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.DECEMBER 13. 1S33
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THE RESULT OF TF.STERD.irS ELECTION.
4. W. HUME ELECTED XATOK.
A. A. Glen-land Elected Councilman ia the
Flrfct Ward Tho. Dealr Council
ntaa In the Second Ward.
The Slute arrived down aud loft out in
good time yesterday.
How desolately forlorn an election;
postor looks the day after election!
A harbor master is one of the city offi
ces unfilled. It -will not long lnek an in
cumbent. The P. Gearhnrt farm on Clatsop
plains will be sold on the premises next
At eleven o'clock this morning E. C.
Holden will sell at his auction rooms i
elevon lots in Olney's Astoria.
The Glcnjwis, Virgo and Lakr Erie
sailed for England yesterday. The
Schooner CoqviUr crossed out lbuud for
The Killochun cleared yesterday for
Liverpool. She takes 15.031 bbls-llour,
10,701) bus wheat and 4.800 cases salmon.
Her cargo is worth 103,755.
The stockholders of the Scandinavian
Packing company will hold their annual
meeting at the company's office at nine
o'clock this morning.
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Columbia Canning Company
which is advertised for the Kith, will be
held on the day following, the 17th. at
the same time and place.
The Y. M. C. A. dinner yesterday was
an artistic, culinary, and iiuancial suc
cess. Not all the good things were oaten,
and there will be a bounteous Junch to
day from 11:30 a. m. to 200 v. at., for
wliich twenty-live cents will be charged.
After the dinner at the Y. il. C. A. yes
terday, the tables were cleared away, and
a pleasant social reunion was had by the
members and their friends; the rooms
were well filled; tho ico cream was excel
lent: the intellectual entertainment was j
all that could be desired, and everyone
went away well pleased.
The sixtieth birthday of Airs. Straw
inski, who is at present visiting her
daughter, Mrs. M. C. Crosby, was the
occasion yesterday of a pleasant surprise
(o that fady by .'the arrival of n large
party of ladles and gentlemen who came
to congratulate her. She was the rc-cipi- i
ent of several handsome presents, and a
shower of good wishes. A handsome re
past was served and the occasion was in
every way one of plesaut remembrance.
Omcui. Elixttiok llirrunxs. The fig
ures that The Astokiax presents this
morning relative to the result of yester
day's election are not official, having
been furnished by tho clerks without due
verification. The returns will bo filed
with tho auditor and clerk to-day, aud
tho next daj', he, with Col. Spedde'u and
Judge For will canvass tho returns and
officially declare the result, whioh may
vary one or two votes from those present
ed in nnothor column.
Tjie Pbocessiox Movjjs at Two. Yes
terday "V. G. Ross and Charley Moffitt
made an agreement as folllows, viz.,
namely, to wit: If D. Morgan Jr., was
elected, tho said Ross was to wheel the
said Mbffilt from The Astoeian office
down Squemoqua to Olney, down Olnej
to Chenamus, up Chenamus to Cass, up
Cass to tho point of departure. If J. W.
Hume was elected, Mo ffitt was to per
form the same kindly office for Ross.
The band has been engaged, and u spec
ial detail of polico provided to keep the
road clear. The procession moves at two
o'clock this afternoon, and it is Ross that
gets the free ride.
Astobia's Gbowth. The figures of yes
terday's election are very eloquent in
their meaning. It is not the intent hoxr-
ever at this writing to do otherwise than
call attention to tho increase in the uum
bor of votes cast. It will be noticed that
the votes cast in tho first ward aggro
gate considerable more than the entire
vote of the city at the- last election for
mayor, aud comparison of tho total vote
indicates considerable growth. Then
there were 235 vote3 cast in tho first
ward; yesterday there were 554, an in
crease of G5 per cent; in tho second ward
there is an increase from 175 to 1214, or
'l per cent. The ix-rcentage of m
crease on the city vote is over 50 per
The "Oldest Settleu" Again. "We
hnd supposed that all the counties were
hoard from, and that the "oldest settler'
business had been settled. Now c
Dr. V. C. McKay, who being sworn de
poses and says: "Mr. Sweet claims this
honor for Mr. Gamier. It is all a mis
take. I know of ono G. B. Ganyon, an
older settler. I recollect tho arrival of tho
two above mentioned men at Vancouver,
when I was a wee chunk of a boy (as tho
Missourian would express it). Mr. Gan
yon was an educated Canadian, and there
was more attention paid him than others,
Gobaiu was called one of the best men in
the employ finest physique and trusty.
But Marion county does claim the oldest
pioneer in the country in the person of
Andre liochapcll, living at bt. Jjouis. Ma
rion county. He was one of tho black.
smiths at Vancouver as far back as I can
The New Scnooi. House. In writing
of the now school honso in District No. 1
yesterday, no mention -was made of tho
cost of tho completed structure. The
original estimate was about 25,000. At
the time tho plans were drawn tho lowest
responsible bid was 23,497, and it -was
then derided to do it by day's work, Jj.
Hartwig directing and superintending
tho work. Several important changes
were iounu necessary m tho nlan. nota
bly the arrangement of the stairs. As
they aro now built a safe exit is at all
times assured, and in case of an alarm of
any kind no danger of a panic need be
apprehended. The water closets also,
which, according to the original plan
were located in tho basement, have, in
accordance with sanitary suggestions,
been built at some distance from tho
main structure. Other changes were also
considered necessary, and while the one
jnal cost of the building is increased, vet
it is tho belief of the directors that it will
be ultimately found the wisest economy
to complete the building as it now stands
Tho entire cost of the building, furnished
and ready for occupancy, is estimated at
36,000. It has been suggested that a
stone wall, three feet wide at tho base
and two feet wide at the top, on both the
Court and Benton street sides, level with
the school site, would be in keeping
witu tne rest ot the structure. The cost
of such a wall would be about 1800. The
mcreuseu expenso is a question ior tne
taxpayers ot tho district to consider.
Tho first social of the reorganized
social Club will ue Held at Pythian
Castle this evening, the grand march to
be played at nine o clock. JSono will
be admitted except members of the as
sociation and the ladles they bring with
'tnem. Jiembsrs can procure certin
cates by applying to C. w. -Stone.
No bettor weather could be presented
for outside button-holing than yesterday
afforded. The curling mists from the
river floated to the north and by nine
o'clock the sun was shining bright and
warm as in September. By nine o'clock
thore was also some bright and warm
shiniilg around the polling places, and
at that hour the polls were opened and
the work of regstering votes began. In
the first ward M. C. Crosby, G. . Ross
and J. C. Trullinger were judges; F. C.
Norris and R. V. Monteith officiated as
clerks. In the second ward W. B. Head
ington, Robt. Carruthers and J. W.
Welch were judges; Doc. O'Brien and
C. "W. Shively acted as clerks. B. B.
Franklin cast the first vote in the first
ward; O. Sovev cast tho first vote in the
Hacks profusely covered with banners
and bunting tore up and down the streets,
and tickets and posters were as thick as
flies in a sugar barrel. Groups of men
stood on every comer discussing, com
paring and inquiring; some seemed de
sirous of knowing if any "sugar'' was go
ing, and evinced a willingness to have
their curiosity satisfied on that point be
fore the day was over. Many there were
found to prophesy that at the next muni
cipal election in Astoria ladies would
have the privilege of the ballot: if they
had that right 3'estcrday it is very prob
able that the bright sunshine would have
contributed to the feminine vote which
would have been undoubtedly cast.
At tho polls, though the usual amount
of bantering and buttonholing went on,
there was little disturbance, loth sides
"getting in their work" by means of men
with bunches of tickets at some distance
from the polls, the great majority, how
ever, walking straight up and depositing
their ballot as though it wore a religious
The usual routine of olwlioi: day was
enlivened by two pictorial illustrations
done in oil and conspicuously placed, the
truth or falsity of the assertion having
been a much mooted topic during tho last
At two o'clock there were 123 votes cast
in the Second ward and 320 in the First.
The glorious afternoon had brought out
a large number, to whom the occasion
was a sort of semi-holiday, and seldom
have there been more people seen on the
streets at this season of the year. Some
few there were whose unsteady gait
showed that the arduous duties of elec
tion day had unstrung their frames, and
as tho afternoon wore on an occasional
speech by an impromptu orator here and
there added to the fun and made it
all the more interesting. About three
o'clock James Turk, an alleged candi
date for the mayoralty, was arrested by
Officer Beasley on a clfarge of disorderly
conduct. He was promptly bailed out by
George Hill, who put up 20 for his ap
pearance this afternoon in the police
At six o'clock tho polls closed and the
work of counting the votes began. Fol
lowing is the result:
riBST wabd tok mayor.
W. Hume 319
D. Morgan. Jr 235
THE DATS DOIXCS.
The Tales tho Telerraph Told Teiterday.
Cheap CIgari Condemned When To Indulge
and When to Abstain.
One thousand and twenty bills were
introduced in tho House of Representa
tives last Monday and Tuesday. The
Manitobans are still threatening seces
sion from tho Dominion. In tho House,
last Tuesday, Congressman George intro
duced a bill framed and forwarded by
tho Astoria Chamber of Commerce pray
ing for tho forfeiture of the Astoria land
grant. Ex-Secretary Schurz has retired
from the editorship of the New York
Post. Bud Thompson shot and. killed
Frank Morgan at Prineville last Satur
day. In a crush for alms at Moscow,
Russia, several were squeezed to death.
Parnell's Dublin banquet on the 11th
was a success. He counseled Irishmen to
be patient. The freedom of San Fran
cisco has been extended to Gen. Han
cock, who arrived there last night. The
San Francisco Merchant?' Exchange re
port three schooners lost on the 11th.
The Kiltie Stevens at Albion, the Jdn and
Florence at Rough and Ready, Mendo
cino county, and the 11. B. Handy at Sig
nalporL Captain Lawrence and the mate
of the last named, in their efforts to get
ashoro were drowned. Four inches of
snow in northern Mexico alarms the su
perstitious inhabitants. Tho secretary of
the interior is "greatly annoyed" by the
receipt of letters asking for information
relative to the Texas Pacific land grant.
War is still threatened between France
and China. The Canadian Pacific en
gineers are on a strike. The new Mc
ifinnville bank opened for business lest
Xnrrow Er4e of Casper ttalte From In
jur aud Poulble Dronnln.
Every Asturian knows Casper Baltf-s,
ho though totally blind has for years
erambulated our streets with no other
aid than that of his walking cane. If
nny obstructions are placed in his way
his cane apprises him of the fact, but
he justly complains that sometimes
planking is removed from the sidewalk
and no temporary barrier erected to pre
vent a blind man from falling in, even in
the day time. Yesterday tho old gentle
man was wending his way to. the polls
to denosite his vote and when on tho
sidewalk near Danziger's store, his ami
was providentially seized by two gentle
men just in time to prevent his being
percipitated 18 or 20 feet into tho water
below. Two planks from the sidewalk
had been temporarily removed and no
protection erected. Of course any person
with the use of his eyes could have seen
tne aancer, duc uunu .air. joaues iuluks
that at no time should there be any pos
sibility of his meeting with such a seri
ous mishan as would nave occurred to
him but for the presence and kindness of
Messrs. Brown and Hanthom, to whom
ho extends his sincere thanks. He re
quests that this incident may be inserted
in The Astobian in hopes that when any
one has occasion to move sidewalk plank
ing they will remember there may pos
sibly be a uunu man arounu.
Assault and Battery.
Hume's majority 81
W. Hume 130
D. Morgan. Jr 80
Hume's majority 40
Total vote for Hume 4-19
Total vote for Morgan 315
Hum e's plurality 134
The vote for council stood as follows
. A. Cleveland 291
L Bergman -247
Cleveland's majority. 47
Thos. Deoly 127
T. A. Urcutt 74
Dealv's majority 53
The vote of the first ward was 554; the
ote of the second ward was 214; the vote
of both wards aggregated tUf.
ai me last municipal election in mis
city, held Dec 13, 1881, the vote of tho
urst ward lor mayor was 3.i; 01 the sec
onuwaru, im; total, .'iu, snowing an in
crease in the yote of 2.s.
Immediately upon tho announcement
of the voto the successful candidates
were loudly cheered, and hearty congrat
ulations and hand-shakings were m
order. It was a closely contested fight,
and the most interesting municipal elec
tion ever held 111 this city.
AFTKB THE ELECTION.
"When the vole was announced last even
ing the boys concluded to let joy be un-
conuncu. so nastiy organizing a torcu
licht procession they paraded tho princi
pal streets. In front was the newly elected
mayor mounted on the locKeu wrists 01
staiwnrt supporters, followed by tho new
ly elected councilman from the urst ward
carried in similar f:ishiou. Tho drums
beat, tho homs blew, tho jirocession
cueerea nnu as ic marcneu 11 grew m
numbers and vehemence, unallv march
inc down in full force to tho second ward
where more cheers and hurrahs awaited
Wobk Resumed. Yesterday morning
work on tho Oregon Pacific Railroad
which suspended about four months ago,
was resumed, and 300 Chinamen sent to
Corvallis, from this city, wero put to work
at tunnels. Operations will be pushed
.1 41.,. .i:.:n nr if wi,;i,.
superintendent , who arrived recently
from Kew lork. Whorothe money comes
from to prosecute the work, is not known.
The company was out of funds when
work was suspended. The impression
prevails that the Oregon Pacific is being
backed by the Oregon -fchort lme, who
want an independent outlet to tho Pacific
Coast. It is reported that thev have sev
eral surveying parties in th Minto pass
of the Cascade mountains. Oregonian 12.
Beautiful Ilolidny Gift Books
'You are certain that you saw the
prisoner strike this man?1' asked the
judge of a witness who was testifying in
an assault and battery case.
"Yes, Your Honor, I am certain," re
plied the witness.
"Ana do you Know what he struct
him for?" continued the interested magi
strate, leaning forward, expecting to hear
some startling testimony.
"Well, yes; 1 believe he urst struck
him for l0.r'
Just received at Adler's bookstore, an
May Agnes Flem
J. G. Holland,
Bertha M. Day.
Frank 1. -Benedict,
J. S. C.
Thackeray's Works.Schil!er and many
many more, uome before they are
picked out and secure your favorite an
thor at AUier7 t-rystai jrauicc,
For Toys ami IVovclIicK
Go to Chas. A. May's Holiday Empori
urn, one door east of Rescue No. 2's En
gine House. A full line of goods. Pri
ces as low as tne jowesr.
For the Holidays.
You will find at J. W. Conn's the best
assortment in the city of Rogers Bro's,
Plated ware, consisting of Castors. But
ter dishes. Pickle castors, uerry uisnes.
Nankin Rincs. Knives, Forks and
Sdoous. Spoons and Forks are all the
best, marked XII; also the best assort
ment or Dressing uases, uuor uase,
Gpnts' Spts. Fancy Brushes and Mirrors,
and all the leading brands of Toilet
Soaps, Perfumery and toilet articles of
all kinds, jsxammo my siock ueiore
purchasing elsewhere; opposite ucci
When I first began to smoke," said
the Old Smoker, "you could buy cigars
for two cents apiece, and they were
scented with musk and cinnamon.
There's no good reason why a good cigar
shouldn't be sold for ten cents, but nowa
days you have got to pay at least twice
that amount for anything of the finest
I like a good black cigar," said u
ruling smoker, "and you can buy 'oni for
'Take my advice, young man, ' said the
Old Smoker, "never smoke a cheap, black
cigar of the kind you name. The color
not natural to the tobacco and is pro
duced by dipping the leaves in a chemical
preparation. All large cigar boosed,
manufacturers I mean, employ chemists,
and they doctor the tobacco used. "When
hear of a smoker having a cancer on
the lip caused by smoking, I make up my
mind that he has been using chemically
1 generally go tor a cigar that nis
small yellow spots on the wrapper, re
marked a genius fresh from Salem.
And you get sold nine time out ot
ten." said the old man. "Those spot
are produced by acid, and are not the re
sult of age, as most people immag:ne. I
see that you are a young man who needs ,
advice; let me give you a little. Never
smoke a cigar, at least make r practice of
smoking, before you have one tt-od
square meal in your interior. Smoking
on an empty stomach is very hard on the
nerves, and you can t do that sort 01
thing long without running tho risk of
suffering from nervous diseases. Ex
cessive smoking on an empty stomach
often ends in a sort of St. Vitus's dance,
and is apt to injure the optic nerves.
Fve known case3 of blindness caused by
indiscreet indulgence in smoking.
Nover smoko the butt of a cigar you have
laid aside. The end is clogged with
nicotine, and the smoking of stumps may
produce a cancer on the lip or tongue."
"1 notice sometimes that alter smoking
treat daal I have a dull nain in the
icinity of tho heart." said the young
'"When you feel -that pain, stop. That
pain is an evidence that you aro troubled
with 'nicotine poisoning,' as the doctors
call it. Liquor in moderate quantities
is on antidote."
Evervliody nraises St Jacobs Oil.
from youth to age, as the great pain-
Fine Dress Goods.
A splendid line of ladles dress goods is
being displayed at the Empirestore.
For a Ureal Fitting Bool
Or Shoe, go to P. .1. Goodmans, on Che
namus street, next door to I. W. Case.
AH goods of the best make and guaran
teed quality. A full stock; new gous
constantly arriving, custom work.
A Condit. Clatsop W McLeod, Grays H
U Munger, bac J ililcPneeters.city
C T Stanton. Mont C Martin, do
A J Weiler, Port J ScoUard&wf Jams
H Rhoades, do CD Stewart, Dwaco
w WMasters,Seat'e A J Pollard, d JJ luv
w Wfaackett.Kiv'rs e Alex Maltman
T H Fulder, city S Shean, Cathlamet
P F Bewer, lios An U bpear,city
d Jb btewart, uakland
W H Browning.Port L A Chandler fc wf ,
Wii-braney, do ituanby
AM James, do FB Morrow, SF
J W Walsh, Mont H S Gile. Hwaco
C Palmer, city H Ji Tmkei, do
C Stokes, Knappua T B Goodpasture,
C Spear, do Stayton
d jj uain, city
WIT AT! do you think that
JKFF OF THE CITOP IIOUSK
ives you a meal foruothingand a glass
of something to drink? Xot muchT
but he gives a better meal and more of
it man any place in town tor '2z cents.
He buys by the wholesale and pays
cash. "That settles it."
Ket t'astoHi Work. Uoot nnil Shot.
Can be had at I. J. Arvold's, next to
CilvBook Store. Ladies and gentlemen
call there for tne finest fitting boots and
shoes, and lowest prices. Perfect fit
Just the thing for balls and parties, a
complete orchestra, with dance music.
figures Tor calling dancc3, etc., complete.
To those desirous of having dances, and
not otherwise provided with music, it is
invaluable. Call at the New York Nov
elty store and examine iL
Oysters lit Every Slyle,
And coffee at Mrs. Lovett's.
At the Empire Store
You will find the finest laces and em
broideries, of richest quality.
-Dinner at"J EFF?SC1I0P HOUSE
everyday from 4:30 to 8 o'clock. The
best 25-cent meal in town; soup, hsh
seven kinds of meats, vegetables, pie,
pudding, etc A glass of S. F. Beer,
r rencn Claret, tea or conee included,
All who have- tried him say Jeff is the
Corsets and Underwear.
All the latest makes and styles of cor
sets and ladies underwear at Prael
Bros. Empire store.
Hosiery, Hoslcrj-, Iloslery!
The latest novelties in ladies and
childrens hosiery at Prael Bros'.
Notice to the Tidies.
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. Rates reasonable.
Call or address
UnLKXHABT & ScnOEXHE,
Occident hair dressing saloon, Astona.
tse DlniKltt's CoBgk Balsam.
W. "W. Batterton. Columbia. Mo-says
"I cannot say too much for Dimmitt's
tough Balsam, tor it always cures my
cniidren or croup and myseit.ana tamiiy
ot cougiis ana coius. ' At w. is. ue
ment & Co.'s.
The best Mmce and Pumpkin pies at
Roscoe Dixon's new eating house
is now open. Everything has been fit
ted up in first-class style, and hU well
known reputation as a caterer assures
all who like good things to eat, that at
his place they can be accommodated.
Furnished or unfurnished front
rooms at Mr. Campbell's, over the Gem
ADYICE BT A J0LLT SMOKED.
HOT WATER FOB DYSPEPSIA.
A Lunch Fiend Who Went Jtnt a Trifle Too
It was at the Occident after the doors
were opened last evening that he fol
lowed a number of men in, and gazing at
the bartender in a wistful sort of manner,
gently edged his way to the free lunch
counter. That ho had seen free lunches
before cannot be doubted, from the sys
tematic manner in which he worked
along the table from the cheese bowl to
the pickle dish. The young men left the
place and also left the lunch fiend at
work. J U3tus gazed a t him fiercely as he
wiped up the bar, and mattered some
thing about "beats." It made no im
pression. Baked beans followed cabbage,
and bologna sandwiches followed the
baked beans. As the once heaped-up
table was gradually relieved of its bur
den the bartender could stand it no
"Did you say ale?" he inquired.
"No, not ale but if you can accommo
date me with a glass of hot water for my
dyspepsia you will confer a favor, for
cold victuals never did agree with me."
One minute and eight seconds af ter,the
fiend picked himself from the sidewalk
and, quietly caressing his swollen eye,
murmured : "The dyspepsia racket is
Slayed; hot water ain't no good without
Furnished Rooms to Rent.
Apply to Mrs. Henry, in Carruthers'
building, over G. W. Hume's store.
The Rev. Geo. H.Thayer. of Rour-
bon. Ind., says: "Both myself and wife
owe our lives toSnii.on's Con'sumptiox
Cuhk." Sold by W. E. Dement
Fortify feeble lunas against winter
blasts with H yt.k's Honey of Hoke-
HOUND AND FAR.
Pike's Toothache Drops cure in
All the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the choicest
perfumery, and toilet articles, etc can
be bought at the lowest prices, at J. w
Conn's drug store, opposite Ociden
Why will vou cougu when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
10 cts 50 cts and Si. Sold by W. E. De
Foi 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.
Are vou made miserable by Indi
gestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of
appetite, leiiowbKm? bin ions vital
izer is a positive eure. torsaieny w
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy a oosi
live cure for Catarrh. Dintheria and
Canker Mouth. Sold by W. E. Dement.
A Nasal Injector free with each
bottle of Shiloh's Calarrh Remedy
Price 50 cents. Sold by W. E. Dement
"llackmetuck." a lastinc: and fra-
g rant perfume. Price 2.1 aim 50 cents
old by W. E. Dement
What's the use of having dyspepsia ?
w hv beicii and say you ve got the heart
burn, every time you eat? Be sensible
take urown s iron Bitters and get well
A remedy for Indigestion. Consunm
tiou, Dyspepsia. Weakness, Fever, Ague
ete, Coi.den's IjIqfih Beef Tonic.
fmtfimmiv: ilicnncoc mnlnrtti livor
complaint, are all prevented bv' using
inc Kium uui puuiTiiu Mime, luun in
Shiloh's Cure will immediately
relieve Croup, whooping cough and
n.n.l.?: Cnl.l 1... 1r V Ttnn.nnf
wiumiiiiii.-i. dum ui i . it. senium.
The Peruvian syrup has cured thou
sanus wo weresuneriug ironi uysjep
sia,deUiIity, liver complaint, boils, hu
mors, female complaints, etc. 1'ampn
lets free to any address. Seth W. Fowl
Call at MRS. K. A. HULL'S. A Choice .selec
FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS
rictures and Mottoes of all Descriptions.
Card Doard, 5cLs. a hkept.
Opposite the Astoria Candy Factory.
Holiday Goods !
G-olci and Silver
CoraprlHlnsc Every Variety
of fine Presents
Holiaay Goods Jnst Received,
Willow and Rattan Goods.
Green River Cutlery.
China Dinner and Tea Sets,
And a Full Line of
Crockery H Glassware.
First-class COAL OIL a Specialty.
JORDAN & BOZORTH,
Cor. Chenamus and Genevieve Sts.
Astoria, Nov. 22nd, 1683.
Figures Iw Lie !
OF THE CHOP HOUSE
Can piove by his books that he U doing the
mtjpest unsmcss 01 any
In the city, and he will Guarantee to give
ine oest meal ior casn.
0, Tell Me Where Is Fancy Bre(a)d !
WHY, AT TOE
Astoria Batey & Confectionery
Not onlv SUPERIOIt BREAD AND
CAKES AND PASTRY in great variety, but
THE LARGEST STOCK OF CANDIES
Weddings and parties supplied with the
mom elaborate ornamental wonc on tne
shortest notice and on reasonable terms.
TliLs is the most complete establishment in
ED. JACKSON. Prop
THE THINGVALLA LINE.
Is the only
Between 2EW YORK and SCANDINAVIA
First-class Steamers and good usage.
Ticket Tor sale at A. 31. JOHN'SOX'S,
. Agent, Astoria, Oregon.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned has been appointed admin
istrator of the estate ot A. P. Nash, de-
PMSPit. am! all oersons havinz claims
against said estate are hereby 'notified to
nresent the same duly verified to the under
signed at his ofnee in Astoria, Clatsop county
Mate 01 uregon, wiiiun six iuuiiud itvm
J. H. D.GRAY.
Astoria. Nov. 22nd, 1833. d-4tT
THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE CO
U lombia Canning Co. will be held at the
Company's office, on tne 10m uay 01 uecem
hr iHxa. at ! o'eock i. 3i. sDarD. for tho pur-
ntvM nf pieetin? a Board of Directors for the
ensuing year, and transacting such other
Dusiness as may properiy cuiue uciurc me
meetng. uy oruer
THOMAS DEALY. R. JOHNSON,
A Fine Assortment or
WATCHES CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
AND OPTICAL GOODS.
Agent for the
CHICAGO CLOCK COMPANY.
cerSpecial attention given to repairing
"Watches. Satisfaction guaranteed in all
' In Hume's new building, next to Wheeler
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
AT MRS. GEO. KILLER'S, NEXT DOOR
to Weston Hotel.
STATE AND COUNTY TAXES A ItE NOW
due and pavable at my office. -
tf Sheriff Clatsop Co.
ftTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
1.1 annual ineeunn 01 me siwiuiuiuco uj
tlniMnuHilnl -inil nnil RlllllHmr AssSOCiatlOn
,,-m,. UalA ot the nfflno nt f!nnt. Ceo. Fla-
vel. hi Astoi ia, Oregon, on Weduesday, Dec.
pose' of electing five directors and transact
ing such other Business as may icgaiiy come
netoreme meeting. J0EABHAOTf
Astoria, Nov. 17th, 1S83. d-td
mHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
X stockholders of the Fishermen's Pack
ing Company will be held at the Company's
in Rmu, Actnrla fir . on Saturdav.
Dec 29th. for the purpose of electing a Board
oi Lnreciora ior iue cmsuiuk auu
act Such other business as may come before
tne meeting. p. q. EEED.
S. B. CROW,
Corner Benton and Squemoqua Streets,
East of the Court House.
The Leading Dry Goods and Cothing
House of Astoria.
New Goods Received by Every Steamer.
Finest Stock of Goods
The Latest Novelties and
TOYS, HOLIDAY GOODS,
GOLD AND SILVERWARE,
BOOKS, MUSIC and
FANCY GOODS, Etc.
SSTWe Suit nil in Styles and Prices.
Ed. D. Curtis & Co.IL () E B & CO.
Ii U MJUUJLW IUJL I
Earnfits ITnnn s
V U1MV IN
STYLE AND FINISH.
A COMPLETE STOCK.
AC.ENTS FOR THE
Best San Francisco Houses and
Tumblers Decanters, and All
Kinds of Saloon Supplies.
r-All goods sold at San Francisco Prlcta.
Opposite Parker nousc. Astoria. Orecon.
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Store for the Holiday Season,
PINE NEGKWEAE, SILK UMBRELLAS,
SILK MUFFLERS, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS,
A complete stock of
Underwear, TVIiite and Colored Shirte, Fine Cassiincre Shirts,
Hosiery, Gloves, etc. Tlac largest sioclz of Hats in tlin
city, comprising all tlic standard aud latest styles.
-Sults and Overcoats, ready made or made to order, at the lowest prices, lit. and
quality ot goods guaranteed.
TAILOR, CLOTHIER, HATTER and GENT'S FURNISHER