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TinjltSBAY XOVKMilKK 35. 13
I33UJSD BVBStY MORNING.
J. V. HAIjLiOXAN a oompaky,
lUKUHHKB M ntOtfUKTCMCH,
AbTQtttAX KOU.IHM.. - - CA8S STREET
SiTverf bv Currier, jwr week jcls.
M. per month ttfr-ts.
Free C ptlage to ratacr bets.
rTA4 e rtlseunut s mserttxl toy the vau M
i lit ni or $2 iter square imr imwdi. Tm
Hm ndrertbtfug ftftr oetit er wftuw. eah
Around tlie City.
Tbe cnneragalion of the M. ". cttareh
hit ampleting a iit building ut Hit
rear oC Untie new church, K'hich will Us
ued s a jwrnonapp.
Tim -Kind blew fresh from Ibc ltorth
v.iHt vesterday. and it chilliness oeert
iotoa it demand for overcoats.
The Imperial. Scottish Primer, and Ataf
tiMucm oame down yetilerday. The t'Af.
Hunmrn. lumber laden, crowded oat.
The little daughter of Mr. and Mis. P.
(iiirmwi diod otf scarlet fever yesterday
fternuoM. The funeral will take plaee
?ii it; afternoon.
'ilie State fi&iix-d for San Fnaieiiwu yes
terday; the freight Kteainer Hcnttu Cruz
arrived in: the Amami and :t"rtf'A
i't-imrs cleared for Qneeiwrtowa. The
charter of the lAuirtock exiire to-day;
'1m- is rat 7& dvs from Isewcswlle.
An alarm f fire at hnlf-;xtt six yes
terday morning wan cauiied by a burning
tine at the ltosfiital. that was fortunately
tr.it out witltoat doing much damage.
tli fit alarm tolled a sickly sort of a
t ll and HOHuded as though huhic one wag
dead. Not one in ten heard it.
Among other "fdRiifi of tlx4 tiroes,' the
new su;ns leiug put up on Caws street are
artistic, linddock t Wheeler recently
had a pmntatic scroll placed in front of
their lHaoe of bositu'ss, and yesterday the
new linn of Eaton A. Camaliaa had a
von- luutdriome sign vai in pasitioti.
'ltwjmle of Aided rook property yes
terday afternoon at K. C. IJoldonH auc
tion rooiuK. ivMdted in the disposition of
sixty-two lots. lHMtght partly by those
who saw a good opportunity for realizing
well on their investment in tlte future,
and oilier who propose to '.mild and t-1
tie. The propL-rtv -.dd brought, in total,
At the conclusion of the regular busi
ness at the meeting of the Recue Jubi
lee troupe last evening n handsome sil
ver lmdge was presented to 1". P. Hicks,
chief engineer, A. F. D.. oa behalf of the
t roiipe. It k x liandttoiue affair, appro
priately inscribed ami was appropriately
received by the ciiief who assured thV
donors that the weariug of Um badge
would le to him a reminder that his
office re(uired not only silent precept
bat active duty.
The new pilot schooner City of AVfjxf .
came alongside "Wilson A: Fisher's dock
yesterday. Pilot Wood reports Ii0it and
bailliitg winds all the way up. Tlte vowel
is a trim craft and will lie reniodc-iod .ml
altered to suit. She displays good anil
ing qualities, and is in every respect sat
itfnctory to lKr iairchaern. "While in
San Francihco Ca)t. Wood left an order
for a 7.r-tn loat to be built in ejcnct ac
cordance with instructions and capable
of making thirteen knots an hour!
iMPBOVKwaris. At Arndt & Ferehen's
mschiue sdiop oousiderable work is being
done: the engine formerly used at the
Astoria Ivor faotory is leing reconHtruct
cd, and othor vrork is under way. A luUch
wy is longest to lower iaoliier- from
the fccoml story, whiciiwill be twed next
season, and a now office Is Iteing Imiit
H.mth of tbe main building.
Watmr Hats. It is reixried that an
organised IwukI of river pirates at Port
laml are plundering the steamers and
sailing vessels. The plan is to row along
side in a small boat and by the aid of a
confederate aboard nip anything that
may le ''lying around loose."' a coil of
ropp. a sail, lelaying ran, block, anything
that can bo lugged off and sold for jimk.
The UUoek.J-:. T. Potcrtl, Umatilla. Clut
stp Vhiff and others are reported to have
lot minor article in that manner.
Silas Smith's Whale. About a week
ago a whale came ashore on Clatsop
beach and wag captured by Kaf Goodwin.
He was about fortv-five feet long, and
f rom appearances was good for 1000 or
im gallons of oil. S. JJ. bmitit having a
littk leisure time on his hands bought
hit whaloship. and is now eiig.-igeil in tlie
odoriferous manufacture of whale oil.
lie calculates that he will clear $T03 on
his purchase, as the oil yielded is of first
rate quality, and worth four bits a gallon.
InxT Vakt Tuck. When the Jio-
lirin arrived in last Tuesday afternoon,
while still below the city a boat with four
occupants put off to board her for the
iHirpose oi luoetmir somo returniiit'
irutids. Their hook having been flung
oh wiey were oongeu to arm with the
tide, as it was impossible without a sail
to make any headway against t he strong
ebb. Their non-return led to the rumor
that all hands were drowned, but they ar
rived safe yesterday evening, having
spent the night at Fort Stevens. They
uaven i goi inrougii ujossmg the captam
SIabkihd. The marriage of 3Ir. ller
man Yi'ise and Miss Sarah Oatroski took
place yesterday morning at the resilience
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Fisher. The
ltev. Dr. liettloheim, of San Francisco.
performed the marriage ceremony accord
ing to the Jewish rites. It was a private
auair, none oeuig present but a lew in
timate friends of the young couple. Mr.
isc came to this country from Germany
about three years ago, and during his
residence bore has made many friends.
The bride is a niece of Mr. Samuel Ostro-
ski, of Oroville, CnUforuia, and is an ac
complished young lady.
Indian 1ult.ed. From Tillamook
comes report of a fatnl encounter in
which an Indian named King lost his life
a short time ago. It seems that King
aim nnouier muiim named do. Uunkul, a
brother of the Duukel that Talzant
killed at Clatsop a few month ago, got
into an altercation, in whioh King drew a
knife and attempted to carve Dunkel,
who naturally objected t j such pointed
attention. In the scunle that ensued
Duukel got the knife away from liing
end stabbed him. King dying in the
course of an hour. DunLel was arrested
Ihi( it being ulKiwn that he had acted in
sett-defense be was allowed to go iree.
SuNBisr The scene at oarlv dawn ves-
terday was one of groat natural beauty
Fleecy vails of fog hang over tha groat
rivor that flowed iu silence underneath
thestar-Ht sky. Tlie moon at its fell
swung westward behind the firfc. and
from the north lloated light clouds loses
The light at tbe Cpe vie4 iritt t5T
era nioming star in brigiitnxfu. The
lessening aaure in the eastern rfcv us-
tunned a pearly gray that deepened into a
rosy glow from which Phot strtutras of!
yellow light. The setting moon faded
mtoaghont; tbe Cape light wont out,
and the ships in the stream glistened iu
the level rays of the morning sun.
Tor The Masquerade
llasquerade suits ranted at reasonable
rates In largest variety by
Ai. D. JvANT.
THE PACIFIC CAS COXPA.M.
A 3kw nartHrt la tlie Csa 5Ursctnrc.
The salmon busanoss on Uie Columbia
1ms Krown to vast nrooortions in com
parisou U the extent of operations whou
Vm. Hume Jiegan packing. scTentean
ytMrs ago. xeor ny year vim.- pacx. m
erexaes in value: season after season the
antiauces miuired entail numerous and
costly stores of various goods, tin, sol
der, thread, boats, laoquer, vanuwi,
iabeit!. and the amount iuvosted, togeth
er with interest, insurance, etc. makes
a considerable plant. Though it is to
the interest of the cannerytaen to carry
as light a store from one season to an
other cs they possibly can. vet a possible
rise ia i rices or a "corner on certain
requisite supplies compels them lo take
time In- the forelock and lav in a lsrge
supply months before the goods may be
In no depjatment of the iHisiiieSri is
iis more lunniitxi iiutu in iik cru
nuuicfactorv. A considerable stmce in
ewv canucrr is devoted to the inanu-
faoture of cans, and anyofMj wimj has
ever baen around one of these establish
ments kuown tlie familiar sight of a row
of Cniuaineti each with a little charconl
furnace in front of him, und has doubt
less followed tin? operation from the dc ft
Mongolian who slices tlie t initiate to the
twentieth man from whose hand the
superintendent takes th finished can,
saying There, you will notice thsi not
a drofi ;f acid is on the inside of tlte can.
and in tvTv rjpc-cl it is an A 1 can."
etc, etc. The can are well made, and
very rare r.re the cornplaints arising from
any deft ct in that branch of manufac
ture. lut any movement looking to a re
daction in tlte jrice of furnishing the
30.000.000 cans that are filled at Astoria
and viciuit v every year wili Uv tf iutert-s:
to those directly OMKtriKtl.
It is now iu "contenijiltitiiiu to start a
manufactory r.t Astoria by the Pjicific
Can CiMupiiny of Jim FrancteW. The
intention is to snjiply cjuls to the Co
lumbia river canneries at ltter quality,
an at a cheaper rate than the canneries
themselves manufacture them. It is a
noticeable fact that thero is under the
present aysteui an unr.vdable waste;
the refuse which accumulates at every can
nery in the shape of heaps of rasty tin
scraps can, it is aaid le utilixed by this
cosnpituy in the manufaciure of othor
articles and thus entail a great saving iu
that rasprct. Xcgotu-.tion are now in
progress" looking t tlie starting of a
factory lo turn out tlie cans by wholesale.
The patent under which they are to lie
made Is held by Norton Bros., of Chicago:
the cans are made entirely b3' machinery,
and thirty men can turn "out 1-10,000 fin
ished cans every day. Tlie cost of the
cans, including' tope, is staled to be $1!)
per thousand. !
AxoniKR IxvExnox. At the Astoria
Iron Works the regular amount of
work goes n. Tlte foundry and ma
chine shop are kept busy and a fine grade
of work turned oat. The latest invention
of Janw-n's laity brain is a can-o)deri&g
machine, which Ataea l ox is pultnu in
his odd minn4 c iu constructing. It is a
half circle of c-st-imn to be set over a
brick furnace, and to hold molten solder,
in which tin' can l evolves. The cans
eonut sliding down an inclined plane, are
caught by transverse linger and whirled
arouiwl t he .-ef t hing ring until complete
ly soldered ami then dropped into a bin
below. Thus far it is purelv experimen
tal, but there seeius no leuaou witv it
shouldn't answer tlte purpose required.
Last season a .New York party named
ISiirtf was here lo kim? up an alleged in
fringement of iatenl concerning a sold
ering machine iu operation. The appa
ratus now being built ig intended to do
the work in a 1 letter and consequently
more satisfactory manner.
Attention, Xo. X !
.SiK'cial meeting this weiiing. Nov.
15, at 70. Uusincss of iinporlance to
every incuilicr of this company will
come up before. ly order
L. K. .Sici.k;. (!. l Viikkt.i:k.
Are Van IiiMircd?
If vou want insurance in reliable rom-
imnles g to Wheeler fc Kolib. They
roprosent Jin. Xorwiiii I'nton. the Lan
cashire Koyai.amS the I'nion ln. Co.,
of San lnmeisco. with a conibiiKd capi
tal of &ft?,W)0,XiG. They are also agents
br tlie well-known Travelers Acci
dent Insurance Company, of liar! ford.
Via X. I, it. K.
Fresh Ualtimore ovters paekeil in
iee at .leff.
CwrNciN :ntl I'm! er xveu r.
All the latest makes and style; of cor
sets anil ladies underwear at i'rnci
Hros. Kmpire store.
HimitiKt'.s wti:li Itnlmi.
J. M. Yanlis, Sweet Springs, 3Io-
writes: Mv mother has had bnniclrial
and pulmonary atfexlion for forly years
and in that time has tried almost every
thing, mil never found anything to give
lier t he relief Diiitnult's Cough Balsam
has. M W. !C. Dement & Co.'s.
A T:jIe.v IJfKrfKteak
coaked to )ierfeeiiu is what you can
get at Frank r abre s.
Vavzi Iceisl Fitting Boot
Or.SlMte, go to 1'. J. GoodMttns, on Che
uamus street, next dnr to I. W. Ca?e.
All gofNls of lite best make and guaran
teed quality. A full stock ; new goods
ciiiisSantlj arriving, Cuslom work.
Fiuo Dress ("oc3s.
rV splendid line of ladies dress swmIs is
being displayed ai the f.tpire store.
Hosiery. Ifosicry. IIsicryI
Tin; latest novelties in Indies and
ehildrens hosiery at Pracl Bros'.
ISc IlitmniJt'.s t'ousb ibilsam.
W. W. Batlerton, Columbia. "Nfo-say
I eautint say too much for Dimmitt's
Cough Balsam, for it always cures my
cnildren of croup and myself and family
of coughs and colds. At W. 15. De
ment & Co. s.
Dinner at "J P:FF'SCH0P HOUSE
every day at f o'clock. The best i! n cent
meal in town; soup, fish, seven kinds of
meats, vegetables, pie, puddi ng, etc. A
glass of S. F. Beer, French Clnrei. tea or
conee inciuaeii. who nave inun
him say .left is t he -UOSS."
U. F. Stevens & Co
Are offering extra inducements to any
one in need oi a 1'iano, or urgan. .
lo cheer and comfort, at Frank Fabre'a,
at his old stand.
IVEtesi Yon Come to Astoria
and waul a nice pan ronst, go to Fraiil
Fabre s. at hta old stand.
FraisSi Falres 5Ite.
Frank Fabre has the finest fteramtmn
dntions for lodpers to lie found in .s-
j tona, over Ins rotfaurant In iviuaey's
i buildinjr. ICvcrythiuc i neat nd clean
gj "'W u STS
?.?ie , Vrank JE
ln" " to h rftr,K 1 MlHX N
4k . : "
Oysitrs in verj tj-le.
And coffee at Mrs. Lovelt's.
Ojslers. Oysters. Oysters,
at the Astoria Oyster depot; a stew,
fry, pan roast, or raw at Frank Fabre's.
Furniaheti or unfurnished front
rooms at Mr. Campbell's, over the Gem
AH SIN'S SUSDAY-SCHOOL.
Abaead-tlyed PnpHs Who Flirt With Their
"C. A. T." Cat "D. O. G." Dog. This
is the way the Chinose Isundrynian of
the poriod begins to leam English. He
learns it out of a child's primer, and his
teacher generally a good-lookingyouiig
woman who thinks it great fun to try and
enlighten the heathen every Sunday af
ternoon. The mission Sunday-schools for the
heathen Clnnoo arc nearlv all taueht
gratuitouslv by young ladies under the
direction of a superintendent. There are
several of these mission schools in San
The Chinaman wants to learn English
for commercial nnmoses. and he is verv
glad to learn it from the lips of a pretty
it is a very amusing sigut tnis um-
nese mission school. Pigtails, oiled silk
tunics, embroidered toswilh thick white
soles, form a pleasing contrast to bangs,
frizzes, Gainsborough hats, fluttering
ribbons and black silk niittp. The girls
take the matter seriouslv, from the scho
lastic and religious standpoint, but the
laumlryman regards it in the light of
The same Chinaman w!m will stand up
with the school and sing "Hock of Ages'
in Chnu se, looking as pious as a tlieolog
ical student, will sit down by his bt-ue-voU-nt
voani! teacher and lead the con
versation round, as far as his English
will carry him, to his worldly prospects
and his ambition for matrimony.
Uue tjav Chinese deceiver gently inti
mated lo his teacher that he was in pur
suit of a wife a "Alebcan 7 wite. lie
!K-toWid numerous crimson silk hand
kerchiefs upon her, which she accepted
ixscause alt the others did. in acoordauce
with what she supposed to be Chinese
custom. She took groat pains with her
pupil's English and taught him useful
sentences, such as "Some American men
are good: somo American men are bad."
In which original sentiment tlie youth
This vouii" man looked about sozteen
and had the merriest little countenance
and the most ingouious manner imagin
able. But behind it lurked duplicity and
"Teaclier, I own a laundry make fif
teen dollars a week."
Teaclier "That is good, Lung; you will
be a rich man.''
Chinee "You no call mo Lung my
name uuoug iiuug. in umna voung
ladv no call man bv last name.
Teacher is silent, much abasued at
this reproof. Meditates over the fact
that wisdom issues from the lips of
babes, sucklings and Chinamen.
Chinee 'Teacher, keep mv monev m
tomato c?n under board in back part of
shop. Melicau man like to find it, ok?'
Teecher suggests that it would lie ks
well not to enlighten "Melican man' on
Chinee Jeaeher, own house m Clima
most nice house now want wife-
make plenty monev. mc Pav hundred
dollars for wife not too much for good-
Iookiu gal. Pav forty dollars no good
ugly, common thing. For hundred
dollars brsl-class wite. ieaeuer, jou
nmdder and fader 'live'?'
Teaclier "Onong Lung, 1 want vou to
read some English before it is time to
sing the last hymn.
Chinee (producing gold nngi- 'loacher
give you that if you take nice ring
real gold plenty ladies in China be glad
o have that ring.
Teacher (not caring lo liare a Chmee
for ''steady couinamv replies as sternly
as the smothered giggles around her will
permit) "Quoag -Lung, you have not
said your lesson yet. What have you
done with the book;-'
Chinee ( in language of the Bowery;
O. let up on Tigion ! Better read and
spell learn somethin kelp get money:
Tlie teacher is so hornhed at this senti
ment that she no longer insists upon
her pupil's acquiring a knowledge of the
principles of the American religion and
falls back on the spelling-book, while tins
Chinese masher.' satisfied to leave his
salvation in the hands of Confucius,
flirts his handkerchief, twists his book.
wriggles and squirms, ogles his teacher
from the corners of Ins wicked little
almond eyes and behaves badly.
The teacher, who carries a pnilan-
Uiron'o heart and a tender soul under the
crooked biases of her black dumaum' and
Spanish lace fichu, feels her spirits droop
at me muugui oi. ncr pupu pusi -iuojujiu
prospects and begins to lecture him on
the vanity of all earthly things. Even
money in a tomato-can cannot satisty
the heart forever. She tells him, lmt he
takes no heed.
Presently the last hymn w given out,
and all the Chinese, big and little, sixtv
or sixteen, cropped-headed or pig-tiled
rise ami mg Komuiuiiig umi sjiuuih uku
"Chew a-clicw a-cbew, tooth,
Munch, munch, niccy,"
but it is only a Chinese version of a
Moody and Saukey hymn. It is followed
by the doxology. also m Chinese,
and then all the tea.hcrs shake
hands with their pupils and tell thorn to
be sure and come next Sunday, and those
promising infants, still maintaining a
sanctified demeanor, troop home to
smoke opium and play Chinese poker uu-
lu Monday morning recalls thom to the
ironing board and the cares of the com
lU'M Custom VTir!;. Ztaui.t mid Shoes.
Can be had at I..I. Arvold's, next lo
Citv Book Store. Ladies and gentlemen
cali there for tne finest fitting boots and
shoes, and lowest prices. Perfect fit
At tbe JJmnire Store
You will find the finest lace and em
broideries, of richest quality.
Sliaies. Skates. SUntcs !
Club skates, clipper skates, all si7.es;
lowest, pric(. Xew York Novelty
For the genuine .J. 11. Cutter old
Bourbon, and the best oi wines, liquor
and San Francisco beer, call at the Gem
opposite the bell Tower, and see Camp
Fot Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint,
von have a printed guarantee on every
bottle of Sliiloh's Vitalizer. It never
fails to cure. Sold by W. E. Dement.
Have Yistar's balsam of wild cherry
always at hand. It cures coughs, colds,
bronchitis, whooping cough, croup, m
ihienza, consumption, anil all throat and
inns compiainls. z-o cunts amu-i a uot
A Nasal Iniector free with each
bottle of Sliiloh's Catarrh Remedy
Prlre -TO cunts. Sold by V. E. Dement
An von iiiniln miserable bv Indi
grvtion. Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of
, yeiiowsKin.' anuous vnai-
izer in a iKiitive cure.
Uraei up the whole s;em Wti ixtvn
of ttii 11!mi:I. i?-e Advi-n iM'iinM.t
The Her. Geo. II. Thayer, of Bour
bon, lndM says: "Both myself and wife
owe our lives toS'iiim's Coxsumptiok
CJukk. Sold by W. E. Dement.
iloseoe Dixon's new eating bouse
!e now onen. Rvcrvlhliiif has Ihhmi fit -
tel up in Grst-class style, and his well
known reputation as a caterer assures
all who like good things to cat, that at
his place they can be accommodated.
B lJlll 11 Ul.i-.l- lU.Mi; Jlll-j
parts strength to botly and mind. Xo ,
other. Of drugcists.
Guard and protect your health,
make use of that true and efficient
tonic medicine, Brown's Iron Bitters.
Wholesale and Ketaii Dealer ii
Glass and Plated Ware,j
THOl'ICAI. AND DOMESTIC j
FRUITS AfcD VEGETABLES.!
F;:ieM Rltfd up i:itlIardaMi Saniph Kihhns
in the City.
Kvf-ry tiling flrt-elav thnmghotit.
At th ciitramf to the O. K. t N. iv,.?:;.
W. S. DEMENT & CO.
ASTOHIA, - - - OKECON
Carry in Stock,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOiLET
Prescriptions carefully Compounded
Clean iii-Q R, ep airing.
IS'KAT. C1IKAP AND QUICK. I'.Y
Mala Street, oppoiile N. Ijel's.
22. 5 5 .15: jS 2Et.
Hay, Oats, Straw.
Ll-aa, Brick, Ssmsnt and Sand
Wont! l;el"vret to Order.
Drayiny, Teaming and Express Business.
Hones ana Carriages for Hire. V
W1KES, LIQUORS AliD CIGARS.
Gas and Steam Fitting
DOXK 1JY ltUDDOCIC & WHKKLUi:. AT
fair mte-s. Afso a v:it;le: stiK-k it
jroivU iu our iUe. Kt;ii::i;es Kivcu mill
Ca street, in roar or I 0 ( F iHiildiup,
next t t.as Co's otltee.
HANSEN BROS. .
SASH AND DOOR FACTORY.
AlSi) PLANING- MILL.
A full stook of hoino iia:iiifaetiireil s;oo(Ls
cuiitaiitlv on hand.
Special Attention given to Orders.
All work guaranteed. Your iwtrniiace so
ASTOKIA. --- - oioroii
Brewery Bee! Saloon.
The Best Beer 5 cts a Glass.
IIt bunch every Day from Pi to 12 A. M
Tli'.' bc-u of I.hpiors and Clears on Iihu.1.
!eerveil!y popular place of social resort.
FOR LIVERPOOL DIRECT-
Will he .shortly on the berth for SALMON
in lots to suit shippers. For freight and in-
sunincc apply to
M-ajrs. BALFOUR, ti UTIIRIE . Co..
Or to 1. I CHERRY. Astoria.
G. A. STJNS0N & CO.,
At Cap:. Rogers old stand, corner of C;iss
and Court Streets.
Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoeing.
Wagons made ami reiwired. Good work
Delinquent City Taxes.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I.
the undersimieil. Chief of l'oliee. have
een furnished with a warrant from the
City Council requiring me to collect the tax
es assessed for the year 1SS3, and now delin
quent upon the list and make return of the
same within sixty days. All parties so in
debted will therefore please take notice and
govern themselves accoubnglv.
C. W. L'OUGHERY.
Chief of l'oliee.
Asionn, Oregon, October aitii, 1SS3.
T:u splendid A 1 British Iron -i-i
A FULL LINE OF
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
j In Hume's Mew Building
Magnus 0. Crosby
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
Plumbers and Steam Fitters
Goods and Tools,
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
l:iT AND Copper.
Canceii anOlsiemns Supplies
Stoves. Tin Ware and Kouss
JOBBING .V SHEET IRON. TIN. COP
PER PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING
Done with neatness and dispatch.
None but tirst, class workmen employed.
A tare assortment of
Constantly on hand
L. K. Gr. SMITH,
Importer aud wholesale dealer in
t'lrnr atul Tohnrrot, Smokers' Articles,
rcayliiK I'ariN, Cutlery, Sla
T!i. bnrest- and finest stock of MEEK-
SCllAli.M :uid AMBER GOODS in the citv.
rartlcular attention paid to orders from f
Thko. BBACKEK. Manager.
ChenaintLs Htrent. Astoria. Oregon.
To Hunters. Fishermen, Ranchers.
Tl'YOU WANT THE HIGHEST MAK
i ket pricf for your produce, go to
mid Favorite ISoct
S NOW HEADY FOIi BUSINESS AND
J. can 1r chartcri'd Tor excursions, special
partios. ido.. at reasouahle rates. A general
steaiiiboiiiing luininess transacted.
V. BOHLLING, Master.
Tlie new Steamer
N. .IOHANSEN, - - - Master.
Will leave rorTILIVMOOK, on
T?.OK SAILING DATES AND PAETICU
1; lars apply to .1. (J. HUSTLER. Main
stnvt Wharl. .Vstoria : ALLEN Jfc LEWIS,
rortland ; J. L. STORY Tillamook.
MltS. BRYCE IJKSPECTFtJLLY IN
forias the Indies of Astoria, that her
business is carried on as formerly at her
rooms on ua-w .street opposite uuti i-enows
r.uiltUn''. She returns thanks for then- pat
ronage in the past, and solicits a continu
ance. 01 tne same.
Suits made, rmms?7.00 to SI5.00.
All "IVorlc Warranted,
Astoiia. Nov. 1st, 1SS3.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
Sly the Xijsht. Inj Week or Month.
WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD,
With use of Parlor. Library and all the corn-
torts 01 a nome. 1 crms reasonable.
Cor. Main and Jelferson Sts.
DAIRY FARM FOR SALE.
954 ACRES ON CLATSOP PLAINS
KNOWN AS THE P. GEAKHATtTFARM
together with thirtv cows, seventeen
head at young cattle, one horse, one wagon
and other farming implements.
mis in a rare cuance tor anyone to secure
a goou uairy or stocK iarm.
For particulars Inquire of
d-wtf J. W. GEARHAET
-JVrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THATTnE
Xi uiulersisncu lias ceen anuointeu the as
signee of the linn ofA.M. Johnson and Co.
aud all persons having claims against said
linn are notified to present the same duly
verified to me at my office In Astoria. Ore
gon, within three months from this date,
Octouer inn, ib.
d-tiw A. W.BERKY,
TrtlVE HUNDRED CORDS DRY HEM
JD lock Wood, which I will deliver at the
hotwes of customers forS4 a cord.
Driving er all kiads done at reasonable
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nilf IV. -44. JILIUUU.l
It's a Cold Day when the
Bess Gets Left !
He still takes the lead in
U Merchant Tailoring
A fulr. square deal to all who
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The Boss Merchant Tator and
C. H. COOPER, GENERAL nLERCHANDISE.
The Public of Astoria and surrounding districts
are cordially invited to inspect my
Fall ai Winter Importations !
During the present week
centre counters the
Figures Never Lie !
OF THE CHOP HOUSE
Can prove by Ids hooks that lit-is doing the
uiggesi unsmess 01 any
In the city, and he will guarantee to rive
the Jjest meal lor cash.
JEWEL R Y
Scarf Pins. Chains, Watches,
Of every description.
Tlie finest stock of Jewelry in Astoria.
taT'All goods warrantedasrepresented
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
if Soois i Every Deiarieiil! I
I LARGEST STOCK !
I FINEST GOODS ! and LOWEST PRICES ! 1
I Dry (Boiu and. Clotliii House of Astoria.
I C. H. G00PEE. I
XL I X L I
Of E-sresy Description
.hist opened at'the Occident Store.
!uii a!l !
R H CO to
mm vT1 r4- tj r
51 Ph rt
il & I 0 $ v
rlH r, o ,1
1 V Vri ft
M 0 O ft ft
m B a
I will display on my
largest and most
of aoods ever
TS IX THE FIELD
AXD PROPOSES TO
We will take onion? for lumber from 100
to MX) M.. at the mill or delivered.
We also manufacture lath and shingles of
flooring a Specialty .
Address all orders
WESTFORT 3IIT.L CO.
S. C, Kksxek, Snpr.
The Portland and Astoria
Is prepared to contract with masters and
consignees of vessels for the
Loading and Unloading of Vessels
AT ElTHEli POUT.
Pioniptiiess and satisfaction
in all cases.
Suit all !
TAILOR, AND HATTER.
Ed.D. Curtis & Go.
STYLE MB FINISH.
A COMPLETE STOCK
P H OTO GrR APBLEK,
Ooraer Rentou and Squemoqna Streets,
East of the Court House.
iReaily for B
and Boys ! !