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THE VERDICT IX THE ItOYLE CASE.
To get any telegrams from Portland
during the progress of the case which
tormiimted "Wednesday night, was im
possible. The simple fact of there being
something of importance to telegraph
always insures the line being down
whether it be January or July. Nearly
all who participated as defendants or wit
nesses in the trial, returned to this city
on Thursday. Considerable feeling is
manifested in relation to the termina
tion of the affair. The following appear
THE MASKED BALL.
About the only public event that oc
curred in Astoria on Thanksgiving Day
was the masked ball at the skating rink
in the evening. It was well attended,
pud everyone present had a good time.
The music was under the leadership of
Prof. A. F. Kaef. The grand march be
gan at U r. it. Among the maskers were
Sirs. P. E. Ferchen, Red Domino; Mrs. F.
C. Larson, Spanish Princess; Mrs. J. W.
Hare, Rlue Domino: llrs. P. 11. Rutler,
and Miss Chamberlain, Twin bisters;
to be the U in the case. The suit was , Miss Crook. Captain: Miss Coe, Snow
brought by I yle as a foreigner, before Hake; Miss Flora Ferchen. Domino; Mrs.
Judge Doway in the U. S. Circuit Court. Edgerton, Queon; Miss Lctta Ferchen,
at Portland! t j recover damages alleged Domino; Miss Agnes Stockton, Laun
to have bei sus-tainedby a whinniucre- dress: Miss LenaRrown, Evening Star;
ceived at the hands ofa vigilance com- j Mrs. George "Wright, Quakeress: Mrs. X.
The following extract from a letter
by A. T. Townsend of Crown Point, New
York, to his sister, Mrs. Clara Honchton,
whose home is on Clatsop Plains, is sug- Iron, Steel, Coal, Anchors, Chains,
gestive of the healtbfulness of one other j taR PITCH OAKUM
place than Clapsop. The- also read Tiie ' ' '
seventy-four and his sister here is sev- NAILS AND SPIKES, ggg
emy-SLx. xmjiu arc in ruuu ueniiu aim at
the present time active workers. He says: c.irrj t j mi-
Since I twwn writinc this letter 1 have attxuwcire, jroiuia a.uu uus
heard of the death of our cousin. A. T.
Around the City.
Where is that man that prophesied "a
The Queen arrived yesterday: the Co
lumbia sails to-day.
r There will be an auction ai'e at E. C.
Holden's at 11 this morning.
Dr. T.' T. Cabaniss, late post surgeon
at Ft. Stevens, has moved to this city.
The Abncr Cobvru is loading ,500
cases of salmon at San Francisco for
The Minnie M. Watts is now out 102
days from New York. Fears are enter
tained as to her safety.
The Pacific Journal continues to im
prove. It is one of the most valuable of
our weekly exchanges.
Mr. Thos. Dealt, secretary Columbiu
Canning Company, gives notice of a
meeting of the company's stockholders
onhe afternoon of the iCth inst.
H. 13. Parker left Montpelier on his
way to Chicago last Monday. He calcu
lated to leave St. Paul to-day on his re
Oregon judges are all resigning; Judge
Hanna, of the first judicial district ten
dors his resignation to take effect the
During a nine months" steady run the
Knapptou box factory has turned out
130,000 boxes. For the first 99.000 10
cents per box was received: for the re
mainder, 20 cents was paid.
I. Groenwald was the name of the un
fortunate man who was swept off the
Oregon while crossing out on the 22d ult.
He was quartermaster of the vessol and
was heaving the lead at the time.
Mr. and Mrs. Gorman have lost their
little four-vear-old daughter, Lottie, who
died of scarlet fever last "Wednesday
night. This is the second death from
that scourge that has afflicted the fam
ily in the last month.
The Queen and Idaho arrived in yester
day; the Obcron, Ironside and Harry
Bailey came down; the Morayshire, City
of Madrid and Sovereign of the Scan go up
stream to-day: the Sea King moves east
ward on Tuesday.
Major McMurray is energetically push
ing the work of building the road on the
military reservation between Canby and
Ilwaco. Enterprising citizens of Pacific
county will finish it from the reservation
to connect with the present road.
The schooner Martha W. Tufts, of San
Francisco, has been engaged for the trade
between Astoria and Gray's Harbor and
will begin loading at that point on Mon
day. Messrs. Gray, Esmond and Ander
son are the contracting parties.
On Thursday evening, November 29lh,
Beaver Lodge No. '55, 1. O. O. F., elected
officers for the ensuing year as follows :
N. G., John Hahn; V.'G., IL E. Nelson;
1L S., T. S. Jowett, re-elected: P. S., L.
Wilson, re-elected; Treai., I. W. Case, re
elected. Look out for spurious dollars. A
United States detective reports that large
numbers of spurious standard dollars are
in circulation. The counterfeit is of
white metal dipped in silver. The wesh,
die and milling are nearly perfect, but
they lack the ring.
During November nineteen vessels
cleared from this port foreign bound. Of
these, seventeen cleared for Queenstown,
one for Hong Kong and one for Calais.
France. The clearances were 844,231
bushels wheat, and 49,118 barrels flour,
aggregating in value 1,079,052.
The Overland Montldy for December
is on our desk. In those days of maga
zine perfection a monthly periodical
needs strong merit to insure success. In
all the essentials the Overland possesses
the attributes of merit and is a grand
exponent of our Pacihc coast literature
Our music-loving people will do well
not to miss the vocal and instrumental
concert to be given at the Congregational
church on Tuesday evening next. Tick
ets have been put at the low price of 50
cents, and may be uau at the Uity 15ook
store, Jordan & Bozorth's, Carl Adler's,
Aheo. .cracker s and YVm. idgar s.
A change has been made in the sailing
of the ocean steamers northward from
San Francisco. Beoinnim with the
Queai which left "Wednesday, and arriv-
.d here yesterday, the Oregon leaves
there to-day, the State next "Ved11csda3,
the Columbia next Saturday, continuinc
in the same order. Tho purpose is to
nave a large and small steamer alternate.
Each number of the West Shore is an
improvement upon its predecessors and a
pleasant surprise to the subscribers.
"Progress" is the publisher's watch-word
and perfection his aim. "With its Janu
ary number the journal enters its tenth
year, and will then appear in an entirely
new dress of type, lo generally remod-
eieu anu nave eigui pages auueu 10 11s
inittee in this citv last July.
Tho defendants were cited to appear on
the 27th. ult., and did so, engaging coun
sel. The line of defense seems to have
been to acknowledge everything that was
Clinton, Moss Wreath; Mrs. F. C. Blake,
Mary Queen of Scots: F. C. Larson,
Spanish Cavalier; Frank Mordaunt, Serf;
Win. Joplin, Uncle Sam; P. D. Parker,
Tramp; J. Koyce, Dandy .Mg; uon ."ac
claimed bv tho plaintiff, and to make it t Kenzie. Paul Pry; A. A. Cleveland. Royal
appear in testimony that the state of j Punch and Judy; J. W. Brown, Beggar
affairs in this city at the time justified j Woman; It. M. Leathers, School Boy;
the extraordinary' action" taken. The 1 J. D. Montieth, French Captain: M. Lar
jurv was composed of farmers from the j son. Domino; F. A. Langford, Bichard
Willamette vtlley, good, well-meaning I HI: J. W. Hare. Clown; Jas. Fox, His
men, but as devoid of information con- J Boyal Nibs; Mike Hustler. As lou Like
cerning the run of events in Astoria as! It:W. Coleman, Fat Man; Wm. Kussell,
though they lived in another hemisphere.
The first day was taken up with state
ments proving tho case of the plaintiff:
nothing was denied, the counsel for the
defense siruply attempting to impeach
the veracity of the witnesses, while the
counsel for the prosecution handled the
defendant somewhat roughly: the second
day the defendants liad several
witnesses on the stand in an
Jcckey;B. S.Worsley, Benedictine Monk;
U. liraj-, llaiser Wilnelm: J. A. David
son, Hungarian Noble: F.JD. Blake. Page;
Wra. Clinton, Bussian Finn: P. W. Chi
nidon, Bussian Czar; Nic Clinton, Con
vict: A Boper, Scottish Prince; Al. Hew
ett. Midnight: Wm. McCormick, Scotch
man; C. H. Stockton, "Washerwoman; B.
Monteith, French Valet; J. Hepburn, Chi
na Sam; Ed. Hallock,-Softsoap;N. Wilson.
Irishmun: .J. 1. Jlidulebrook, Kicnard
effort to show that in the judgmont of
a majority of the people of Astoria the) Hump Back: FredHewett, Barber Pole;
action of the committee was rendered ! F. D. Babbidge. Harler Pole; Master
necessary bv the then existing .state 01 jiaiMJidge, Prince; 11. vuilets, J'nu
Hopkins. He died at Potsdam, his age
being eighty-three. There has beeu five
deaths hero this summer Brother Brad
ford, aged 78: George Brown, aged 83:
Enos Bradford, 77; Smith McCaullv. 70.
and George Woods, TO. Our time must
soon come if we should even live to be ps
old as ourfather was when he died, at
the age of llow quick that time will
pass by! Yes, how quick!
1 see bv 1 uv AsToaiAX, which wo get
regularly each week, that Oregon and
Washington lerntorv form a very rich
part of our rich country, and that they
are fast being settled up by an energetic
class of people. Thev are attracting much
attention throughout the country at ornr Cheiiamuuint Hamilton Street1
present.' Thanks to the able Oregon
and Washington papers, which are nit
over the countrv etch week.
D. F. Staitoisd.
Sl;i.anon,Nov. 27. 18S3.
Hr-il ('iiMnnt lVo J. Uoutt nut "li!t-v
Can be had at ArvItl. next to
City Book Store. Ladies and ueiitiemen
all there for tne finest tjttinr IwmVnml !
toes, and lowest jrir-.. .Perfect fit :
affairs. Jud"e Deadv's charge to tho
jury was a very fair one. He said in
sub'stance, that "it was for the jury to up
bold the majesty of the law and at the
same time to talce into consideration the
circumstances under which the apparent
outrage of the law was committed. The
jury, on its first ballot as to the amount
of '"damages" that Boyle should be
awarded, stood all the way- from twenty
five cents to $8,000, a young man a resi
dent of Portland, who was presumably
acquainted with the facltT-in the case,
holding out for the former amount. It
was finally agreed that a verdict should
be rendered awarding the plaintiff $1,000
damages, and it was so ordered by the
court. There are rumors concerning
future actions to be brought by Beilly,
Giuder, and others. The fact that such
cases if brought would have to be tried
in this county, may be adduced as an
argument against their being so brought.
Ron Portland Look At It.
The jury in the case of John Boyle
against 1. W. Case and others, compris
ing the vigilance committee, returned a
verdict yesterday afternoon in the United
States circuit court in favor of tho plain
tiff. Judge Doady. in his charge to the
jury, stated that neither the judge nor
1110 jury uau a ngui 10 recognize any
courf trial or punishment except that ex
pressly provided by statue: yet he had no
doubt but that there are times, under cer
tain circumstances, where citizens were
obliged to deal out summary punish
ment. It is understood that the city of
Astoria will back the committee. It is
also reported that Bovle will sue the city
fnr n.l.li(i'n.in1 .In.nfifLc Tim rmiimtb
is not at all set back 13' the verdict, and
is still determined that lawless characters
shall not run the town. Tho only differ
ence the verdict will make is that tue next
ono who falls into tho hands of the vigi
lantes will not be troubled with subse
quent proceedings after thej- get through
with it. Standard, 2!K
Hakd Fulling. Getting wood and
provisions on the hillsides constitutes
one of the present discomforts of life to
dwellers thereon. The soft clayey soil
is so sticky as to render progress almost
impossible, and where one loaded team
has passed, the water from above makes
such a'mixture as to render it almost im
possible to pull an empty wagon.
White Help. It is reported that the
superintendent of the Knappton Packing
Company intends to do away with
Chinese help next season, and employ
girls to do a part of the work now done
by Chinamen. There are a good many
kinds of work in a cannery that could be
done by white labor, and on the other
hand there are a good many objections
to the move. Prominent among them is
tue Qitncuity in getting girls to work,
not so much in inducing them to work.
either as the scarcity of the material it
self. Girls are in demand for house
work, and if a cannery superintendent
were to get twenty-five or thirty girls to
take the Chinamen's places in his estab
lishment, it is ten to one that the girls
would leave after tho first week and look
for situations readily offered them in
private families. At present the gtrl is
the 'boss" and doesn't propose to have
any one iorgei ir.
Wouldn't Have It. Many are the
tales told of wandering Webfeet "back
in the states" on the occasion of the late
excursion. Capt. West arrived back from
New York last Thursday. Of him it is
told while standing bn the corner of
Canal and Broadway streets one after
noon, a spruco vouno man came briskly
up, and holding out his hand, said: "Why,
Mr. West, how do you do? I am glad to
have met you; I want von to do me a
f ovor. I want to send a cane out to my
father; you know my father, W. S.Ladd.
Come on: my room is inst above here.
How glad I am to have an opportunity of
sending tne 01a gentleman a cane." Mr.
West took m the lout ensemble of the in
dividual who was "so glad," etc., and
.said: "Yes, I know Laud, but I don't
know you, and I believe, young man, you
CTA 1 T cr " rTTVi n vnnnn man .t rtvJ
- DQt U9 pjan't seem so giad.
ces.4 Marv: P. E. Ftrcheu, German
Knight: Wiu. Vaughn, Prussian Hussar;
'J'had. Trallingr, Bondito; Wm. Logan,
Chinaman; l W. Prindle, King's Jester:
W. H. Jergman. Prime Minister; M.
Chance. Captain; C. W. Loughrev. Bad
Character; F. L. Parker, Skule Boy: T.
H. Craug, Skule Boy: H. J. Hansen.
Admiral; S. M. Marvin. Your Uncle:
Lon Dalson. Bootblack.
Considerable taste was evinced in the
selection of costumes, and tho characters
were uniformly well sustained. C. Lein-
enweber. Bich. Hoyt, and Jas. Orcutt
were chosen as judges. The first prize
for the best sustained character was
awarded to Miss Agnes Stockton: second
prize Miss Coe; for the lest dressed
character Jas. W. Hare received the first
prize and F. D. Blake the second. Danc
ing was kept up till time came for un
masking and the awarding of prizes.
aiier wuicn came an imormissiou lor
supper, but owing to tho stringent na
ture of our ordinances, which do not al
low for anyone getting hungry after mid
night, the lust named necessity was not
asily obtainable. Jhe auair was a
social and financial success, was heartily
nioyed by the spectators and all who
participated, and reflects credit on the
efforts of the projectors, the Bescue
L'.sc Dhnmi tt'v Coimlt iCaI.-tin.
W. . Baticrton. Columbia. Mn..a.s:
I cannot say too much for Dimmitt's :
Cough Balsam, tor It always euro-? my
cnildrenof croup and mvse'lfand fainilv,
of coughs and eohK" At E. De-j
nient A: Co.s.
AraAiD of Getting Mixed. Tho Ore
gon City Enterprise says Oregon has a
county named Clackamas, a river, a rail
road station and post office of the same
name. Washington Territory has a place
called La Camas (words -with a meaning),
but the people and newspapers of that
territory have corrupted tho words into
Lackamas. liefore long the two words,
Clackamas and Lackamas, will be con
founded and give trouble. Nothing like
retaining names in their original purity.
Bilks. Astoria has the reputation of
being "one of the bast show towns" on
the coast. No matter what kind of a
snide "troupe" comes along they are gen
erally sure of their expenses, and when a
company of genuine merit appears, the
success "is directly proportional to their
auiniv. Auviumg 01 mem, wuemer 11
be Sheridan, Charley Beed, Janauschok
or Beecher, is well patronized 111 Astoria,
but the one-horse "shows ' that at
tempted to give performances hero this
last season have disgusted a good many
Astorians. The fact that our citv has the
reputation of liberally patronizing theat
rical exhibitions sends every stranded
combination" here m hopes to make
enough to get to San Francisco on. Tho
last effort of that kind we mean the
latest is the failure to connect on the
part of the "J. B. Deys' Troupe" They,
uowever, are more sinneu against man
sinning, lhev were badly beaten bvthat
prince of bilks, "Prof. 31. A. Scott,-' and
are trying to get back to ban Francisco
that .Mecca ot "busted performers.
BETUCNiNa Excuesionlsts. On Thanks
giving Day Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mmison
Mrs. A. J. Megler and Byron Kimball, of
this city, and Captain West, of West
port, in this county, arrived home after a
most pleasant excursion with the pion
eers. As with all tho returning pioneers.
so with this party, who speak in the
highest terms of the accommodations af-
loroeo anu care oesiowea oy me rail
road company on their journey going
and coming. While at Abercorn, where
manv of their friends and relatives re
side, a complimentary ball was given in
i 1 . - 1 n'i. l r 11. : :
dedicated "To our Webfoot nends from
Oregon, by friends of Abercorn, which is
in Kanadv." Following is the order of
dances which, it will be seen, was got up
with spe;ial reference to the guests:
L March and Circle: 2. Quadrille Mun-
eon's Choice; 3. Quadrille Clatsop;
4. Waltzr-oliua; Portland Uregon
Fancy: 0. Money Musk without: t.
D. M. Sutherland to May A. Mcintosh,
lots Tt and G, block 71. McClure's Asto
John and E. Williamson to C. N. Hes?.
lot 0. block 21, town of Williamsport;
A. an Dusen and wife to M. u. van
Duseu, lots ft and G, block 7, Shively's As
J. U. llanthoni and wife. J. U. Uozortn
and wife, and A. F. Johns and wife to J.
H. Mansell. lot 12, block 40, and lot 7,
block 42, first addition to Alderbrook,
B. P. bhopherd and wife to Peter John,
lots 1 and 2, sec. 4, T. 8. N. B. G W.,
71.11 acres; $500.
Oh. verdant j-outh, what perils great en
When fooling 'round the village black
smith s forge.
Beware the brand-new piece of clean-cut
Don't pick it up, for if you do, by
You'll yell (or we're no prognosticator ),
And drop it quicker than a red-hot
C F. Slc;vcns & Co
Are offering, extra inducements to any
one 111 necu 01 a Piano, or urgan.
Double French Beel. Supper. 13. Cho
rus Jig Whooper up; 14. Quadrille-
Ladies Choice; lf. Fisher's Hornpipe-
Shad; 1G. Quadrille Willamette; 17.
Double Scotch Beel, 2 gents, 1 ladyj 18.
Polka Bedowa Astoria; 19. Washmg
tonian Never told a lie; 20. Polka Our
Friends: 21. Quadrille Webfoot;
uadnlle W altz Mocking Bird: 'Si,
bur Frenchmen O. F. F. 0.; 24. Band's
Choice. oN emohuoyeesmaU,
The best Mmce and Pumpkin pies at
Boston Brown Bread and Baked Beans
as usual, to-morrow morning at r rank
Elberson s. Leave your order.
A fine assortment of wedding presents
have just been unpacked at Adler's
Oysters in Every Slyle,
And coffee at Mrs. I.ovelt's.
For a IV'eat Fitting Boot
Or Shoe, go to P. .1. Goodmans, on Che
namus street, next door to 1. W. Case.
All goods of the best make and guaran
teed quali!j A full stock; new goous
constantly arriving. Custom work.
At lhc Empire Store
You will find the finest laces and em
broideries, of richest quality.
The GeuuLac Club Skate
For sale at Carl Adler.s.
Young anil mtddle-aged men uffer- L. . . . ...
iiiir from nervous debility, and kindred titaKS and riatefl Ware.
affections, as loss of memory and hyiw-'
cnouuria. niioiuji ineiose mree siaum. ., ,..,. , ..... ,.-.
for Pari VII of W orld's Iliine Series of " i.uconv
pamphlets. Address Wour.n's Dispbx
sakv Mkhicai. Association. Buffalo,
Have Wistars balsam of wild cherrv
always at hand. It cures coughs, colds,
bronchitis, whooping cough, croup, in
fluenza, consumption, and all throat and
iting complaint.-. A) cents and&i a bottle.
Heal Estate Transactions.
Fiue Dress Goods.
A splendid line of ladies dress goods is
uemg oi.spiayeu ai me r.iiipiiexoie.
Slmtes. Sltntes. Skates!
Club skates, clipper skates, all sizes;
lowest prices. New York Novelty
Dinner at "J EFF'S"CHOP HOUSE
everv day at ft o'clock. The bet 2" cent
meal in town; soup, fish, seven kinds of
meats, vegetables, pie. pudding, etc. A
glass of S. F. Beer, French Claret, tea or
conee included. All who nave tried
him say Jeff is the -BOSS."
Hosiery, Hosiery. Hosiery!
The latest novelties in ladies and
childrens hosiery at Prael Bros'.
Via N'. I. it. II.
Fresh Baltimore oysters packed in
ice at .leu s.
Corsets and Underwear.
ll the latest make-5; and styles ofcor-
sets and ladies underwear at PraeJ
Bros.' Empire store.
Just the thing for balls and parties, a
complete orchestra, with dance music.
figures for calling dances, etc., complete.
To those desirous of having dances, and
not ouierwisc provmeu wuu music. 11. is
invaluable. Call at the New York Nov
elty store and examine it.
Notice to the "Ladies.
Switches made from combings or cut
hair; new switches made to order from
the best imported hair, in any shade de
sired. Old switches repaired. All
work warranted. Bates reasonable.
Call or address
UlILKXIIAKT & bCHOKXHK.
Occident hair dressing saloon, Astoria,
All the patent medicines advertised
tt...' niTuf fnirainar with t hn n 1 1 ninocr
perfumery, anditoilet articles, etc-can
be bought at the lowest prices, ?t J. W.
uonn's urug store, opposite ueiuen
Fresh Cranberry, squash and mince
pies, Cream Puffs and an endless variety
01 cakes at r ranK juoerson s.
Many who never complain are never
theless seriously ill. I se Brown s iron
Bitters and there will be no cause of
R?he nutritive properties of Coldex's
iouid Beef Toxic sustain the body
without solid food. Coldcn's 110 other.
When you don't know just what ails
you; -when you feel aches and" pains all
over; when you feel tired and faint,
use Browns Iron Bitters. A wonder
Furnished or unfurnished front
rooms at .Mr. Campbell's, over the Gem
A Lone-Llred Family.
Wilson & Fisher,
C. H. COOP
n.iu'it asd nrrLT feed.
ut3 for Salem Flouring Mills,
and CppicaJ Flour.
All size, at Portland Prices, in Stock.
YSTOKIA. 1 KEG ON.
A. "Va .A.ll6ii
Wholesale and lietall Dealer In
Wliy will you cougn when Shtloli s
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
10 cts 50 cLs and SI. Sold by V. E. Dement.
-F01 Dyspepsia andLiver Complaint.
you have a printed Guarantee on every
bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never
fails to cure. Sold by W. E. Dement.
A Nasal Injector free with each
bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Kemedy
Price fiO centi?. Sold by . E. Dement
allackmetack," a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price 25 and TiO cents.
Sold by V. E. Dement.
llAI.K'S IIOXEY OK lIOUKltOl'XIl .VXD
Tah has a larger ale than any other
Pikks Toothache Duoi'. cure in
-Shiumi's Cuke will immediately
relieve Croup, whooping cough and
Uronciiitis. bold bv W. l! Dement.
Are von mailt miserable bv Indi
gestion, Constipation, Dizziness. "Loss of
appetite, Yellow Skin V Shiloh's Vital
izer is a positive eure. r or sale by .
The Hev. Geo. II. Thaver. of Bour
bon. Ind.. says:uBoth myself and wife
oweour lives toSiui.oii's Consumption
Cuuk." Sold by V. E. Dement
Mrs. E, QJJINN,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
C'roelcery and (Jlusswnrc,
NEW HOODS CONSTANTLY RECEIVED.
Northwest corner Squemoo.ua and .Main
IMPORTED XSV DOMESTIC.
THE BEST BRANDS OF TOBACCO.
S 31 OK KS AKTICIiKS.
Cor. Squemixpia and Oluey Streets, Astoria.
No. A. First St., - - Portland. Oregon.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Wines, Liquorsjobacco, Cigars
Drugs and Chemicals
Prescriptions carefully compounded
Day or Night.
The Leading Dry Goods and Clothing
House of Astoria.
LARGEST STOCK - . FINEST GOODS
New Goods Received by Every Steamer.
Fieres Iyer Lie !
CHAS. a. may
Or THE CHOP HOUSE
Can prove by his hooks that he Ls doing the
In the cKy, and he will guarantee to give
the best meal for cash.
FIRST QUALITY LUMBER.
New Store, New Stock,
Toys, Fancy Goods,
Tobacco and Cigars.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
JP IO. TJITS
A FINE ASSORTMENT.
Rquemoqua street, next door to the Empire
Call at MRS. E. A. HULL'S. A Choice selec
tion ot .
FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
Pictures and Mottoes of all Descriptions.
Card Hoard, Sets a Sheet.
Opposite the Astoria Candy Factors'.
Scarf Pins. Chains, Watches,
Of every description.
The finest stock of Jewelry in Astoria.
t-All goods warrantedasrepresented
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
IS IN THE FIELD AND PROPOSES TO
We will take orders for lumber from loa
to TOO M at the mill or delivered.
We also manufacture lath and shingles of
Flooring a Specialty .
Address all orders
WESTPORT MILL CO.
S. C, BRXNEU, Supt.
My for Business.
The Portland and Astoria
Is prepared to contract with masters and
consignees of vessels for the
Loading and Unloading of Vessels
AT EITHER PORT.
Piomptnes? and satisfaction guaranteed
in all cases.
Clothing made at reasonable prices,
and satisfaction guaranteed.
The Gem Saloon.
The Popular Resort for Astorians.
Finest of Wines and Liquors
Go to the GEM SALOON.
xnw axi iveltj KoripPEi)
L. Serra has rebuilt his establishment and
Ls prepared to accommodate the traveling
A good moal furnished at any hour of the
day or night.
1 lie nuest liquors aim cigars at me uar.
Two doors wet f Ike Foster's.
n2S-Cm LUIGI SERRA.
AT OTIC E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the undersigned, executor of the last
win it-MAiur-iik ui lruuiiiii tt. xaiuii,
deceased, has filed in the County Court of
the State of Oreeon f.r Clatsop county, his
final account as such executor, and the
same has been set for hearing on Monday.
January 7tn, isjh. at me nour 01 ten o'ciock
in the forenoon, at which time and place all
persons interested may appear and be heard
in reunion tnereto.
d-ot-e sat D. K. WAKREN.
TIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JLstate of Oreeon for Clatsoo county.
Henrietta Winchell, plaintiff, vs. John
Winchell. defeudaut :
10 tne aoove nameu ueienaant. joiin
Winchell. vou are herebv retiulred to annear
ana answer tue complaint ot tne aoove
nameu n aimiu. nieu acainsi vou in ine
above entitled court. In the above entitled
suit on or before the first day of the next
regular term 01 sara court, to wit : on rues
day, January 8th, 18"J. and falling so to do.
tne planum vtur,piy to tne court lor tae
relief nraved for In said comulaint. which In 1
substance is. a decree dissolving the bonds of
matrimony neretoiore ana now existing ne
tween plaintiff and defendant. This sum
mons is puDusnea oy virtue 01 an oraer
inmln Ii,- tlia IT.tn A C nnnaf (twlrra iif
saia court at cnainoers, uctoDerzra, 18S3,
Attorneys for plaintiff.
I OVERCOATS I !
Men's, Youth's, and Boys ! !
Fall and Winter Clothing !
Of E-yery Description
Just opened at the Occident Store.
Styles to Suit al! ! Quality to Suit
Prices to Suit all !
D. A. McINTOSH,
CLOTHIER, MERCHANT TAT LOR, AND 'HATTER.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
JLi the undersigned, executor of the last T f "TT T P f
will and testament of Henry Miller, de- I . ( ) H 1 lS (vT ( J V
ceased, has filed hLs final account n mnh I -1 1 v-7 - 1 K-XJ v-y
ceased, has filed his final account ns snnh
executor In the County Court of the State of
uregon tor Uiatsop county, and the same
has been set for lip.irintr on Mnnilnv .Tnnn
ary Tth. 184, at ten o'clock In the forenoon,! WTlMTfi1
and all persons interested may then andl JLJLnJUKJf
mere appear ana ne nearu m reiatlou
dow JOHN HOBSON.
Roscoe Dixon's nev eatintr house
is now open. Everything has been fit
ted up in first-class style, and his vrell
fcnown reputation as a caterer assures
all who like good things to eat, that at
his place they can be accommodated.
Ed. D. Curtis & Co.
l AM OVERSTOCKED IN
And will therefore try and re
duce it Dy offering
Men's, Youth's, and Boy's
Furnishing Goods, HANSEN BROS.
Boots and Shoes, SASH AND DOOR FACTORY,
Rubber and Oil Clothing ANB PLANING MILL.
At a Large Discount,
AGENTS FOR THE
Best San Francisco Houses and
Tumblers Decanters, and AH
Kinds of Saloon Supplies.
fyAll goods sold at San Francisco Prices.
Opposite Parker House, Astoria, Oregon.
Any party buying gOOUS OI llie a full stock of home manufactured eoods
ironi tuis uaie iuriu win db ai-i constantly on nana.
iqweu ten percent, on purcnasRS c naf,r onHnn niuontn flrrlerc
WJbVIUI nilVllllWH JJllWH vr w mwi
All work guaranteed. Your patronage so
ASTORIA. - Oregon
of over 310. Embrace the oppor
tunity anu uuy your ctotmng ot
2VE. X. HLA3STT.
STYLE AND FINISH.
A COMPLETE STOCK.
S. B. CROW,
Comer Renton and Squemoqua Streets,
East of the Court House.