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hc Jlattu Stetoriatu
...DECEMBER 14, 16S3
- ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
J. F. HAI1L1OKAN & COMPANY,
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Term of Subscript ion.
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Free ol postage to subscribers.
J3?Advertisements inserted by the year at
the rate of Sis per square per month. Tran
sient advertising fit tv cents per square, each
Life In thn Manitoba Woods.
The loggers are hurrying into the llnn
toba woods. One of them tells a reporter
the story of a logger's day. He says:
'The first thing to be done in the fall is
the building of a shanty, which is gener-
Around tlie City.
The Queen of (he Pacific is due this
The Maid of Orleans finished loading
at "Wcsport yesterday.
H. C. Bonner, superintendent of the
Wesport mill, is in the city.
Major McMurray, the Ft. Canby com
mandant, Vi'pr in the city yesterday.
School bogins in district No. 18 new
school house on the 2d of January, 1881.
The circuit court for this judicial dis
trict convenes on Weduesdny. January 'J,
The ladies who had charge of the Y. M.
C. A. dinner and lunch cleared .G3 above
The caso of Gus Henderson, charged
with attempt at burglary, comes up m
the justice court to-day.
The Miles finishes the carriage of 13.-
000 cases of salmon from Ilwaco this
morning. They go aboard thecfiTinflf.
Never was there such a magnificent
display of holiday goods in Astoria as the
show windows of our merchants now pre
The Caitluch, Ilamj Bailcu; Antwerp,
bark Oberon, ship Obcron, Ironside, How-
land Hill and Gro. S. Homer wont to sea
The MalUgate, let King and Lizzie Bell
arc at the O. It. fc 2s. dock: the Bolivia,
Glennijfcr, Imperial, Inch'jrecn, Spirit of
lite Dawn and Ktllochan are m the
Beginning next Sunday there will be a
tri-weoklv mail on the Olvnipia route. A
dailvmail to Ovsterville is one of the
necessities that must be provided for m
the near future.
The raflle for the handsome Gf mir
ror at Carl Adler's last Wednesday ni"ht
resulted in a tie between A. J. Megler and
F. L. Parker. The mirror was thirdly
won by the former yesterday.
George McLane has a patent horseshoe
that he guarantees will keep any horse
from slipping if properly put on. Ho
has two hrst-class horseshoers and war
rants satisfaction in every instance.
Before Drs. Fulton and Cabaniss, yes
terday, was brought Jonas Bentella, a
19-year old young man who was pro
nounced a fit subject for the lunatic
asylum whither he goes this morning.
Tho officers at Ft. Canby are in hopes
of getting a band of music located at
the fort. They have applied for ono of
the bands located at the Presidio. San
Francisco, as fbat post has two bauds
The editor of tho Seattle Herald lias
broken down by too much severe work
and resigns his position. Mr. Hawley
has put a good deal of conscientious
work into his paper and his retirement is
a matter of regret.
On Christmas Eve there will be a grand
ball at Ilwaco, and on the day following,
numerous sports will bo in order, includ
ing a foot race, 150 yards for $150 a side.
The Knappton folks are also talking of
having a party Christmas night.
Capt. lleynolds of the Higland Litjht,
last Wednesday received the sad news of
the death of his daughter, a young lady
sixteen years old, at tho family residence
in Chatham, Mass. The Captain leaves
for home on to-morrow's steamer.
Tho recent break in tho government
telegraph wire was caused by a break on
the opposite side of the river some dis
tance east of Ilwaco. Tho break has
been repaired and instant communica
tion is maintained between here and the
"When vou meet a man these days with
a care-worn expression on his customarily
hanov face, do not misjudge him by con
cluding that his business or domestic af
fairs are in a bad state. He is simply
wondering what on earth he shall lmy
for Christmas presents this year.
The first party of tho season given by
the Astona bocial club took place at
Pythian castle last evening. By 9:30 tho
snacious rooms were filled by some thirty
members of the sor-iety with their guests
and a delightful evening was spent. The
music was under tho direction of Prof.
Naef. thirteen pieces being played con
sistinc of the usual order of dances. Ac
cording to agreement tho party broke up
Tho postmaster general has directed
postmasters to exenange lor tue puouc.
as applications are made, three and six-
cent denominations of postage stamps
and stamped envelopes for others of dif
ferent denominations. Stamped envel
opes will be exchanged at full current
rates. Stamped envelopes bearing print
ed cards and special requests will be ex
changed; also stamped envelopes that
bear printed addresses, btamps and en
velopes issued prior to 18G1 will not be ex
Y. JL C. A. llegular monthly business
meeting this evening at 730 o'clock. All
members and persons interested respect
fully requested to be present.
C. A. Hanson, Secretary
Losers of bets paid over cheerfully yes
terday. About .$2,000 changed hands on
the result. Plenty of the boys had new
hats yesterday; they wore all of excellent
aualitv and nerfect fits. At tho hour
agreed, upon Charles Moffitt, according to ally constructed of logs, roofed with lum-
agreemeut, yesterday wheeled W. G. Itoss uer. This is fitted up inside with bunks
in a wheelbarrow "around the block" to -, i, -,otiv,i,
the intense amusement of a large crowd for Ble8P8 purposes, m which hemlock
who had gathered and who accompanied or bproco orusn is commomy umu as ocu-
ine procession aiong me line 01 niarcu. "? .-.-." , --
- - packed with moss and chips, and the
An Astouia Sunset. The sun that shanty is heated by means of what is
sank behind the hill last eve went down n "caooose,- or open nrepiace, irom
, , , , . - i wuicu mo bmo&e mutes im exii. uv au
in a crimson blaze whose glowiug flame openinc in the roof. Tho cooking is gen-
was as brilliant as though ten thousand erally done by a man, who is often paid
ocean isles were burning. The scarlet the highest wages in tho camp. The fare
sky grew darker and the brilliant colors consists of barrel, or rattlesnake pork,
gradually faded to gray, while in the east beans, potatoes, dried npp!s, and such
the rising moon silvered the waves of the came as the men find in the woods. A
Columbia with a wavy, tremulous light. I shantyman doesn't get much time to loaf
j.ne w asmngion snore, seven mues away, i arounu me nouse. .every morning two
seemed scarcely a mile oil, and the stars hours before daylight tne .foreman's
glittered in the frosty air. 'Hurrah, boysP is heard, and a few xnin
Tho steamship Queen of the Pacific is
due from San Francisco tins morning
with the following passengers:
Francis Darr, .
W A Urick, wf
AY L Culver.
P Matthews, dau
L S Lawrence,
Mrs Mary Gill,
Mrs A Beldner,
Miss Emma Hard'g. J Halsinger,
W E Boone,
E S Johnson,
Miss Frankie Lerov,
HE Bailey, wf
A H Flynn,
H C "Wvatt,
G Strode, inTt ch
A H Brummer.wf.ch
Mj P iionan, fain
A H "Weaniers,
A J Lawrence,
AH Fury, wf. sister j
J Goldstein. !
Holiday Ms Just Receivefl, Wholesale 111!
Fine Dress Goods.
Dividino the PcorEETr. The sheriff's I are creasine boots, fixing helves and
jury in the Bachman furniture case, met grinding axes, whilo others are perform-
them. The lawyers spent several hours the different canns set out to the
arguing tlie matter, alter wuicu tue jury scene of their worx.
i .1 t I 1 : .ri..!).,. .1 .i . i .
irdav, and tho testimony already 1U2 ir ablutions and running their fin- r " ;;c"1 11
. , V - , r gers through their hair as a sort of an Or Shot, go to r. .1. Go
ished was gone over again bafore apology for combing. Breakfast over, nainus strw't, jn-xt lr
For a Aunt Fitting Boot
Gooilinans. on Che
nor to 1. . ('just
All gonl of tin bi-st mak- and iriiuran-
of their work, which in tWHlniLUlty. A full stock : nw j!ihmI
retired. A short deliberation resulted in 1 some cases is from four to five miles I constantly arrivma. Oustom work
a verdict awarding to Mrs. Bachman all from this shanty, and as work is alwavs
ner suver weuamg pi-esenis; mree cuairs, commenced uy dayiignt, you can easily i Jr urnixiieu kooiiis io ucui.
a mirror a trunk which she brought from sec we havo no chance to be late risers.
San Francisco, and which were the prop Tho men work all day, merely stopping iu
eny oi uer iormer nusuanu, auu a sew- io devour meir umner, wuicu is generai-
mg machine, which she bought and paid ly eaten frozen or half thawed by the
for with her own money. All the rest of side of a log fire. About dusk a start is
the household furniture the jury be- made for the shanty, which is reached
Iieved was subject to attachment to sat- long after dark, bupper eaten, the weary
isfy claims against her husband, and men 'bunk in and are soon asleep.
therefore the sheriff should retain pos
session and sell as lefore intended. IViuttr "Voveltle-. In Gentlemen's Attire.
Rogers Bros.' Platedware.
Willow and Rattan Goods,
Green River Cutlery.
China Dinner ani Tea Sets.1
And a Hull Line of
Crockery $ Glassware. Lg
T1ii Int Miifrf- mid Pntniilriti nii"
About dusk a start is Astoria Bakery.
Roscot Dixon's new eating house
Is now open. Everything has been fit
ted up In first-class style, and hi . vil!
known reputation as a caterer assures
all who like good things to eat, that at
ti. , t.;-i. ;ni!f Ct-.i.-w? I li is ntarf thev ran hi nopniiinifiilntHil
firrrnrr.Tlk.Tn;.-Cant. PhiUohnson. . W5t " "1 J1 t. Jf.tl ' '
i iv nn emeniruin nnn mis a iomz itjii
who brought down the Inchgrecn yester-1 want, and no man need button his coat
day morning, is in a badly bruised condi- up to his neclc now, except lor warmtn.
tion. He reports thnt wh le walking up pone Tobo torToff when soiled!
ashington street m Portland last lues- jj.. Rreat ouo Qf tnese pas will last
day night he was accosted by a group of six 1. An extra gloss bosom is put up
five men. one of whom asked him, "Is ;.,
Furnished or unfurnished front
rooms at Mr. Campion's, over the Gem
The Kev. Geo. II. Thayer. of Bour
bon. Iud., says: '-Both myself and wife
oweour lives toSmi.on's Coxsumptiox
Cukk." Sold by W. E. Dement
Fortify feeble luncs against
blasts with II axe's Honey of
HOUND AND TAR.
One would not suppose that there could 0ne minute.
cfcl a fnr tica run crwrin!
your name Johnson?" He replying that casing. The bosoms are self-fastening
it was, mey immeuiaifiy icu upuu uim, nnd adjusting, and are adapted for quick
tholeaderof the iiaii" and one other man Ltroco'nfT Tt innVa no tlmn7h tbn nhirt
with loaded canes, and though ho made .jn. aaye to go next summer in case of
the best fieht possible under the circum-
stances, five to one was too great odds Qne would not :
andhewasoverpoweredandbentensense- in jinewstvln of wfearinr hair on the
less. His assailants struck him on every tnnn i,nt 41,0 nv 'nn. rhnnomno
nart of the bodv. kicked him in the stom- r.iLi -t,f All the patent medicines advertised
. - outci nuu "i".u turn qu uuiiLu. b-'- 1 , a, . . 11 .ti. t. -i.
acn anu injured mm rnosi severe-, nisi tion yesterday by a ccntlemanpassini; by. 1 111 Ul9l'al'i nmiuHiwiiHctau
lacerated, and nis n,ft fwxaestrian wafl fashionably dressed periumerj, auu ioiiki ariicius, etc. can
Nothing defi- in taste, but would not be noticed e bought at the lowest prices, at J. W. U'
First-class COAL OIL a Specialty. jL
JORDAN & BOZORTR,
Cor. Chenamus and Genevieve Sts.
Astoria, Nov. 22nd, 1683.
- Fipres lew Lie !
wrists and arms are
head is also severely cut
nite is known as to who were his assail- Larticnlarlv Wo it not for hw face, ponn's drug store. opiosite Oe-iden
:r .i ' I hrfnl. Astoria.
THE CHOP HOUSE
build. The old bell-topper has been pestion; Const! pation ,DizzinessLoss of
f,k -SAf appetite Yello'w Skin? Shlloto Vital-
" -" . ' " . " , tzer is a positive cure, r or sale oy .
door of an up-town residence on tho head I v T)olllPn
of one of the Astoria Social club last iu.nu
4 nr t,nn.ie 4f,nV r. eveninc is tho successor. The rim isnar-1 Vocol TniAPtnr tv. with
dealt and played whilo the game w.ns Fow.ftlonRj,h08idM of Shiloh's Catarrh Hemedy
.going on. Tho' lest thing to do is to "j"'""- ."."' ;' rnce wi cerns. oom oy . r.. i -eineni
limn ii. fnr rmv nun Hull. kmTK it Jilivo H'K" uuuiuluucs iu "1"'"- H""J-
is no friend to the best interests of neMiawtonis-manenW-nth Hacknietuck," a lasting and fra
Asloria. a buckle on each side. Tho material of grant perfume. Price 25 and r0 ccnte.
1',-...t-,. ,v.- 'iv.nir--n Afwir'lrirr n flir. I rather of medium doss. Taken as a I
nmv;e;nanf ti.oinf n, rir,n A h.. hat bcaJ ?5d & a Whaft the use of having dyspepsia;
j,. w. ..... r rnvnritn frnm thn ctnrt. Whon in fnll
ing the tax on
which went into effect
were allowed a rebate on the stock on
hand at that date, provided they made
nnlication in due form. About all of
them have done so, and tho internal rev
enue commissioner in his report recom
Contagious diseases, malaria., liver
comnlaint. are all prevented bv uslnsr
the gentle bur powerful tonic, iirown s uone at once.
-Silicon's Cuke will immediately
3L T. Hanson to E. S. Hlldreth, 1C0
nmntml. in rnimhnrsn tlin claimants. Thifl I v1"-''
is the latest information received at tho F. W. and S. L. Welch same to IL T.
pollefitor of tlm din- Hartson: S5SQ.
trict. and the claimants shall bo notified Parker & Jiowlby to Ulatsop Mill corn-
through the newspapers wiien and where pany, ioih 1, o, iu, xi uuu i, oiock it, reHcve Croup whooping cough and
tney can getj tne money due tnem. iue oiweiy a .wrm, : . . . Bronchitis. Sold by V. K Dement.
loiiowmg is tue wnoie numuer ot claims rmiiii cu jxrey iu xiuuni vuiuus, ioia i
presented: 40,8X1; amount of rebate and 4, oiock jj, nrsi adimion io Aider- naVe Wistar's balsam of wild cherry
claimed, $3,2a,U13.9; number of claims nrooK; 5-4.kf. always at hand. It cures coughs, colds.
auowed, rsj; returned ror correction, yw-au vuuuiuK cuiup.ni wuiuuuu bronchitis, whooping cough, croup, in-
rejected, im amount oi ciaims -"' 'i-i'""' ,-"UJ " ' ' "uu 7 Uuenza, consumption, and ail throat and
paid. J,n24,lC7'; rejected, il,7S7.4r; iock i-h, omveiy s Astona; .-wu. .unR complaints. 50 cents andl a bot-
minuiaciurers, omj; umounr, ixu.ui: i i tie.
dealers, 46,0i:; amount, JJr"JK.o;i; all J xiIE WEAKER SEX
mo Claims oi manuiacmrera were ai-1 nrn ;t,c. ctrann,n-nnA i. ..c
Tue Cotnrr. Tho afternoon levee of
his honor, the police judge yesterday was
largely attended. Tho caso of Sam Mil
ler vs. Ah Jim, charged with assault was
dismissed. John Mathews was fined 5
on a chargo of drunkenness, likewise Peter
.Nelson, "iho irrepressible John Doe for
feited 5 on a similar charge. The case
of J as. Turk was continued till to-day.
in the case ot the totate ot uregon vs.
A. P. Butler, wherein "Wm. Palmer ac
cused plaintiff of disorderly conduct and
abusive language was taken under advise
Miairr Have Bees "Wobse. Tho Oc-
lohama brought down the barge Colum
bia yesterday with wheat for the Bolivia
and just after tying up to that vessel to
discharge, a strong ebb tide running at
me time, me yjicmjjcr uraggea uer an
chor and tore away tho barce, which
swinging athwart the Bolivia, bent that
vessel's jibboom and then started
down tho stream, finally bringing up
across the bows of the Imperial. The
OcJdohama fastened a line to tho barge
imd finally, with the assistance of thi
Dixie Thompson, got matters straight
An East Wind. Tho morning air was
frosty yesterday, a keen wind from the
east turned the Columbia to a deep blue;
and the full moon tide lashed noisily
against tho piers and lapped along the
sides of the ships in the stream. In
sheltered spots on the lee side of vessels
tho water was smooth and the passing
keel of a sail or row boat cut the shining
water as a sharp knife would rip a seam
of blue silk. Down toward the bar the
trampling of the surf along the sand was
faint, and the white winged sea gulls
flew to the sheltering shoulder of Sear.
borough head. In the city the air was
crisp and though tho sun shone through
tho day in unclouded splendor an over
coat was an indispensable requisite of
comfort to those who left the fireside.
Ill Timed. Yesterday's Standard has
which was wonderfully attired. From nciei. Astoria
fnn ot ma onra ifnvrn tr n linn Hrn rrn I
across each cheek from tho bottom of his Why will you cough when Shiloh's
mi jiiiwrwi iniM-mm from Astoria, in -nm in ihn ini,n rf i,a Mo fnr trna Cure will give immediate relief. Price
l.- i. 1.: r -ir,..T...i.. cmnnt'ilrchnrnn. Ttion lin'r lwrrni nnrl 10 cts 50 ctii and SI. Sold by W. E. De-
zi .ti:: ii 4i. i : i lormeu aninveneu riuui-aiimeu inuui'iu
dates olected were Democrats, but politics jt under his lower jaw. A small tuft of Foi Dyspepsia andLiver Complaint,
did not enter into the contest. They hair grew under his chin. Ho woro no you have a printed guarantee on every
wore also members of the vicilanco com- moustacne. tuo euect was very striKing ootue oi jjiuion s vuanzer. ix ne
imMw rrUnn cnrrir-BS wnrn wnnirwl nnf. uu "JO uuouuuu 4b uioh muiuu uui uo iaiini.tFi.uit;.
ir.,. i i,.i0. t,OMfoc pleasant to a modest man,
Wo"do not think any such message was B n hiSh 1'at1Iis.of very peculiar Ar0 yiu made miserable by Indi
pent .and even it it wcre,it showed very poor
judgment on the part of the standard, to
pnbli6h it. There has been altogether
too much fuss about that "vigilanco
business, too much holding of post mor-
Can prove by his books that he is doing the
Diggest Diism-tss ot any
In the city, and he will tniarantee to cive
i tie Dest meal ior caiii.
A. JL JOHNSON.
Astoria Sail Loft.
The Leading Dry Goods and Cothing
House of Astoria. .
New Goods Received bv Every Steamer.
SAILS, TENTS, AWNINGS,
And everything else pertaining to our
fnvnrilA from thn fitnrt. "Whrm in fnll I Wliv belch and savvoii'vp. rnt th lipart-1
manufactured tobacco, ares8 the wearer adds a tassel to the left- burn, every time you cat? Be sensible, Lowes tPrice and Best Work
)ffect last May, dealers hand bucklo nnd the head-gear is com- take Brown's Iron Bitters and get well.
Ileal Estate Transactions.
A remedy for Indigestion. Consumn
tion, Dyspepsia. Weakness, Fever. Ague
etc., uot.den's Motrin ukkf i oxic.
For your Honey,
At the Old Stand.
Leave your orders and get your work
J. II ESS & CO.
Finest Stock of Groods
0, Tell Me Where Is Fancy Bre(a)d !
WHY, AT TIIE
nJSSS fot DrXercFte-Preript LADIES NOTICE
; amount, fi2.Jl; 2 claims not tion whic cures aU fema,c .igran. ljLAJ JZlJ WUI JJH
Astoria Baiery & GoDfectionery
The Latest Novelties and
allowed: amount, $118.10.
nients, and cives tone to the system.
bold by urnfiRlsts.
3For Toys and IVoreltlcs
Finlay, wf, Ft Can Tictures and Mottoes of all Descriptions. We.ldin-ra anrt
kelson, Port I n..r. . r..n 1: r ,i- Card ltoaril. Sets, a Hliec.l. I most elaborate c
iVeiler, l n- nnnnu a rK shortest notice and
nv u inn tui; luimu 1 j.j j - .
C C Harriman, S-tl F
B H Shirley,wf,MouMifi3
U rolm, iSaselle A J '
A Sutherland, Skip II Alderthcimer, S F
T C Kearns. Port A C Southmaved. wf
JlIoDrouch, St PI N Ahlborc, Wes'pt C-.c miutultt' CohrU BaUam.
O Zimmerman, Uys Al Ucrnard,ban Jose Ilichardson & Cobt Louis, one or the
AV W "Ward, Ilwaco Sam Oliver, Kamoqa largest wholesale druc firms in the Unt
il M Leathers. S JI A JPollard-JD'snv ted States, writes: Vc have handled
N Howerton, Ilco J Hardman, Tacoma Dimmitt's Coimh Balsam in our trade
for the past sixteen years and -have
Call at MRS. E. A. HULL'S. A Choice selec
FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
B Young, city S Elmore, city
jljMCiUuray,wf,rtt; U A JVlcLruirc, Ulat
Geo Clouah", cv 31 Haeick. cy
S McMullin, Port CW Francis.wf ifcM
A P Spauldinc Ska J Lamont,wf, P R
T 11 loss,wf.J D 11 j Davenpon. Port
H Brenner. S F C Kohn, Port
AV Porter, AV'pt T Kelley, cy
J A Cook, Mrs Bell, Port
T r ifitzeerald. ft J E
J Bondiu. cy B A
boucht as much as one hundred cross
at a time, and from our knowledge of its
merits believe it to have given perfect
satisfaction to our customers" At V.
E. -Dement & Co. s.
Holiday Goods !
G-olca. and sUver
A Woman with a little child would
like a situation inn small family to do
house work. Inquire at this oihce.
IVilAT! do you think that
JEFF OF TIIE CHOP HOUSE
cives vou ampal for nothinirand a crlass
2 Frayalse, Ovsv of something to drink? Xot muchT
LBullard, AV L but he gives abetter meal and more of
it llian nnv nlnefl in town for riTi pi'iits.
lie buys 'by the wholesale and pays WATCHES
cash. "That settles it."
CompriKlns Kvery "Variety
of Fine Presents
A Flue Assortment of
A irood cirl to do house work in a pri
vate boarding house. Address E. W. ZIa
ti,is no?. guaranteed
Ilcht Custom AVork. Boots and Shoes,
Can be had at I. J. Arvold's, next to
CitvBook Store. Ladies and centlemen
calf there for tne finest fitting "boots and
shoes, and lowest prices. Perfect fit
AND OPTICA!. GOODS.
Agent for the
CHICAGO CLOCK COMPANY.
Xnt onlv SUPERIOR BREAD AND
CAKES AD PASTRY In great variety, but
THE LARGEST STOCK OF CANDIES
narties sunn'.ied with the
ornamental work ou the
on reasonable terms.
This Is the most complete establishment in
ED. JACKSOX, Prop.
THE THINGVALLA LINE.
Is the only
Between NEW YORK and SCANDINAATA.
First class Steamers and good usage.
Ticket for sale at A. 31. JOH.VSO.V3,
Agent, Astoria, Oregon.
TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
J. underslsmed has Been annointea aanun-
lstratorof the estate or A. P. Nasli. ue-
craspd. and all nersons havlne claims
IPWFLRY against said estate are hereby notified to
signed at his office in Astoria. Clatsop county
State or Oregon, wltmn six monuis irom
Astoria. Nov. 2md, 18S3. d-4tT
TOYS, HOLIDAY GOODS,
GOLD AND SILYEEWAEE,
BOOKS, MUSIC and
FAIfCY GOODS, Etc.
2We Suit all in Styles and Prices.
Ed. D. Curtis & Co JLOEB & CO.
Carpets, Moisted w
rwspecial attention given to repairing
"Watches. Satisfaction guaranteed In all
I take this opportunity to inform the
public that the nag noisteu on ino uen
rF THE STOCKHOLDERS O "THE UU-
Just the thine for balls and parties, a & Itobb.
tower on the i2tli. was not the action of complete orchestra, with dance music,
any one of the committee, who thought gsures fo1; cajlins dances, etc., complete,
thn same destroved as there was no To those desirous of havinc dances, and
further use for the same. It was imrae- !"- oiucrwibB pro, mm au muaic, , it is
riintpiv t-iv-on Hnvrii. nn.i tho nr.iion dis- invaluable. Call atthecw York Nov
elty store and examine it
lombla Canuintr Co. will be held at the
nnninanrvnffiiA nn inn lhin niv oi uecem-
In Hume's new building, next to Wheeler hpr o'cock p. m. stiaro. for the Dur-
l Villi. I i -.1 . T 1 .tni.timi fn. tin
1HIXH 111 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .V XMllll Ul J IlLbLUJ J IU. .uw
ensuing year, and transacting such other
business as may properiy comu uuiorc uic
meetng. uy oruer
TUOMAbiiEALil, ii. JuniwUA,
STYLE AND FINISH.
A COMPLETE STOCK.
diately taken down, and the action dis
AGENTS FOR THE
Best San-Franclsco Houses and
Tumblers Decanters, and All
Kinds of Saloon Supplies.
E2--A11 goods sold at San Francisco Prices.
Opposite Parker House, Astoria, Oregon.
Beautiful Holiday Gift Books
Oysters in Every Style,
And coifee at Mrs. Lovett's.
Just received at Adler's bookstore, an
May Agnes Flem-
Mas. A. L. Wister.
J. G. Holland,
At the Empire Store
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT XilE
annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Masonic Lana ana uuuuing Asssociauon
will be held at tne omce ot uapt. ueo, ria-
(I. P. Koe.
J. S. 0. Abbar,
Thackeray's Works.Schiller and many
many more, uome ueiore iney are
Sp.flrf Pins. I .hams. WatrhfiR. vel. In Astotia, Oregon, on Wednesday, Dec.
ww- m w Math. 1SS3. at the hour oi 7 p.m. tor tne pur
Of every description.-
Dinner at"J EFF'S3 CHOP HOUSE
cvervdav from 430 to 8 o'clock. The
best 25-cent meal in town; soup, fish,
seven kinds of meats, vegetables, pie,
puddincr, etc. A class ot d. jj. iieer.
French Claret, tea or coffee included.
All who have tried him say Jeff is the
Corsets and Underwear.
A 11 1io 1-itpcf. tnnVis nnil strvlrvs nfrnr. I
picKeu out anu secure youriaiunwiiu- sets an(j jadies underwear at l'raei
thor at Adler's Crystal Palace,
Bros.' Empire store.
For the Holidays
You will find at J. W. Conus the best
assortment in the citv of Rogers Bro's.
Plated ware, consisting of Castors, But
ter dishes. Pickle Castors, Berry Dishes,
Napkin Rines, Knives, Forks and
Spoons. Spoons and Forks are all the
The fluent stock of Jewelry In Astoria.
jyAll goods warrantedasrepresented
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
G. A. STINS0N & CO.,
At Capt. Rogers o!d stand, corner of Cas
ana umn eireeis.
nose of plectimr five directors and transact
Ing such other business as may legally come
Deiore iiic meeung.
Astoria. Nov. 17th. 1883. d-td
INew Goods!! Hew Goods!!
Clothing . and Gent's Furnishing Store for the Holiday season.
Meeting Notice. T T e
MEETING OF THE JfLMJS JMiUJi. WiAt, Bliili. V UlUXi.iJU,
SILK MTTPFLERS, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS,
Hosiery, Hosiery, Hosiery I
The latest novelties in ladies and
childrens hosiery at Prael Bros'.
Ship aim Cannery work, uorsesnoeiu-.
Wagons made and repaired. Good work
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THATTUE
XI undersigned has oeen appointed the as-
IVoficc to the tallies.
Switches mado from combines or cut
hpsr. ninrkd XII: also the best assort- hair: new switches made to order from
ment of Dressing. Cases, Odor Cases, the best imported hair, in myMJSroS.
notify e k'nnni' (nic hiiqnnn m lrrnrs. i cirprt . mn swiionns renrurpn. ah i i i . t.i
and all the leading brands of Toilet work warranted. Rates reasonable, firm arc notified to present the same duly
Soaps, Perfumery, and toilet articles of Call or address verified to me at ray office in Astoria. Ore-
all kinds. Examine my stock before Uhlesiiabt & Schoexhe, gon, within three months from this date,
purchasing elsewhere; opposite Occi- Occident hair dressing saloon, Astoria, uctoowiiin, i&jxj. w BERRY
A. stockholders of the Fishermen's Pack
ing Company will belield at the Company's
office In Upper Astoria Or., on Saturday.
Dec 29th. lor tne purpose ot electing a uoara
ot Directors ror tne ensuing year, ana trans
act such other business as may come before
the meeting, uyoraer
S. B. CROW,
Comer Benton and Squ8moqua Streets,
East ot tna (jourc nove-.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
, T MRS. GEO. HILLER'S, NEXT DOOR
L to Weston Hotel.
A complete stock of
Underwear, White and Colored Shirls, Tine Cassimcre Shirts.
Hosiery, Gloves, etc. Tlie largest stoclc of Hats in tlie
city, comprising all tlie standard and latest styles.
-Sults and Overcoats, ready made or ira-ic to order, at the lowest prices, fit, and
quality ol goods guaranteed.
TAILOR, CLOTHIER, HATTER and GENT'S FURNISHEIl.