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.....JANUARY o, 1334
ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
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'a rLTSLIRHEKS AI rKOmiETORS,
A8TORIAN BUILDING, - - CASSJiTRCET
. Term i of Subscription.
Sieved bv Carrier, per week 15cts.
fjent by Mall, per mouth . fiOcts.
jf ,r " one year S7.00
-Free of postage to subscribers.
G'p-Advertlsenients inserted bv the year at
-ftfe rate of S2 per square per month. Tran
sient advertising flltv cents per square, each
V Around the City.
v iConfiiderable ice is reported in the
'An earthquake shock shook Portland
laft Thursday evening.
"Meeting at the Y. M. C. A. hall as
usual this afternoon at 2:15.
i¬her -whale has gone ashore at
Sboalwater bay. Where's S. B. Smith?
'.There -will' be a special meeting of the
'Astoria Social club next Tuesday even-
The Astoria Musical Society -will meet
t the Congregational church to-morrow
-The Columbia is due from San Fran-
cuco to-morrow. The Oregon leaves here
" nxt Tuesday.
o Members of Beaver Lodge No. 35, L O.
- Of F., are invited to attend the funeral of
-GB. Cabanisa this afternoon.
The clerical force of the O. 11. & N.
Company at this place expect to occupy
tfcfeir new quarters next Saturday.
'-The union service of the churches to
night will be heralded by no ringing of
the bells. Let church goers look to their
';ln the police court jresterday C. Har
rison contributed 10 on a charge of dis
orderly, the chronic drunk, Bruno, was
.iGrace church pariBh .school will begin
again to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock
sharp. The school is in good hands, and is
wprtny of support.
.A regular monthly meeting of the
vestry of Grace church will be held to
morrow evening at 8 p.m. A full attend
ance is eppecially desired.
"Clatsop county is entitled to two schol
arships in the state univerity at Eugene.
Here is an opportunity that should be im
proved; apply toSupt. Sloop.
-Wahkiakum county correspondents re
port every stream running bank high.
Several Pacific county booms have
broken, but, fortunately, few logs were
A meeting of the members and friends
of Grace church is called for Mondaj' at
230 p. m., to discuss matters of impor
tance to the church. A largo attendance
is Earnestly requested.
The Chas. Cotesicorth and Starbucl: are
still outside; the former has 7,500 boxes
of tin for Astoria; the latter has about
338,333 pieces of machinery, including a
ferryboat in 55,555 pieces.
'The S. F. Chronicle of December 30lh,
says: Captain Alexander, of the steamer
Queen of the Pacific is rapidly gaining
good health and it is expected will soon
take charge of his vessel again.
From sunset Wednesday to sunset yes
terdayj a period of three days, tho mete
orological record of the United States
Signal service in this city, as kept by W.
E. Griffen, indicated a rainfall of 3.73
"The Y. M. C. A. hall has been renovat
ed and now presents an attractive ap
pearance. Yesterday E. D. Curtis & Co.
put the finishing touch to the improve
ments made by laying a handsome carpet
over the entire floor.
The Oregon City papers have just
found out that the Northern Pacific Rail
road company claims lands in Wahkia
kum county, W. T., as part of the Astoria
land grant. Readers of The Astoman
knew it ten months ago.
"The school at upper town begins its
tegular session to-morrow. So great is
the increase in the school population of
the district that an additional teacher
bis been rendered necessary. Miss Pow
ell and Miss Anderson have been employ
ee by the directors for the term.
-The circuit court yesterday -was en
gaged the greater part of the day in dis
pensing justice to Mongolian applicants
therefor, the parties being the same set
heathens who had begun an exhibit of
tfieir griefs and trials the day before.
The jury, at 530 last evening, brought
in a verdict for the plaintiff in the sum
"; Before U. S. Commissioner Bozorth
yesterday appeared Timothy Sullivan
whose case was continued from Friday.
The evidence brought forward to sub
stantiate the charge was totally inade
quate, and in no way warranted the
ferrest or detention of the defendant. It
is probable that a repetition of such pro
ceeding unless good reason be shown
Tfpuld Tesult disastrously to the prosecu
'"It is with regret we chronicle the death
of B. G. Cabaniss, who died at his father's
'residence in this city yesterday morning.
TJeceased was a young man of great
'promise, was in his twenty-first year and
.was just entering upon a career of use
'fulness, -when thus untimely called away.
The sympathy of the entire community
is extended to tho sorrowing parents in
i their bereavement. The funeral will
"take, place at two o'clock this afternoon.
The city council will meet in special
session at eleven to-morrow morning.
At twelve the newly elected councilmen
.and mayor take their seats. Messrs.
'Hume, Johns, and Carruthers retire from
'the council, tne terms of the two former
expiring; find the latter having moved
from the ward in which ho was elected.
At a recent meeting of the council M. J.
Kinney was elected to fill thevacancy
'occasioned by Mr. Carruthers's removal,
but that gentleman having failed to
qualify necessitates another election. At
inoon to-morrow the council will consist
., Case, Cooper, Trenchard, Dealey, Cleve
. A New Sebies. The pastor of the Bap-
tiit church, Rev. Mr. MacLafferty, since
his advent among us has evinced a com-
7 mendable desire to interest and instruct
his hearers. Having concluded two series
of .Sunday lectures, in the interest of
i those who attend church service in the
t evening, he now announces a morning
t series on "The Parables of Christ."
The,we are informed, will bo treated
' in a popular way. He certainly chooses
'a beautiful portion of tho gospel from
vi which to impart instruction, and we
think we see in the proposal a purpose to
j, meet, at least half way, the unmistakable
. demand of the times. All teaching that
; is 'forcible, that arrests" attention and
fixes" truth in the minds of men, must
largely be illustrative. Christ spoke by
.? parables, and this, doubtless, was why so
'joany heard him gladly. The promised
t series will be inaugurated this morning,
( and the parable chosen for the occasion
fc. is that of "The Talents."
- The delicious Crescent Creamery But
v ter for sale at Wyatt & Thompson's.
"Wants a Situation.
A young man wants a situation in a
- tore or effice: good reference given:
wages not so much of an object as a per
i anent situation. Address A. B.Po3t-
-; A Half-grown Rlrl to help in the work
: of small family. Apply at this office.
PUM9S t Reat
Oa tasy terms at Aflers music store.
Lat Erenlng'i Performance.
The rain fell in unceasing torrents last
evening, and an ordinary performance
would have played to a beggarly account
of empty benches, but despite the storm
every seat in Occidental hall was filled,
the occasion being tho second entertain
ment given by Rescue Jubilee troupe.
On the rendition of ''Among the Break
ers' the first time a large part of tho au
dience recognizing the spirit with which
the several characters sustained their
parts requested that tho performance bo
repeated. Accordingly, when tho curtain
rolled up last evening that fine drama
was presented in splendid style to one of
the largest imlieuces ever gathered in
That Astoria possesses dramatic talent
of a superior order has often been demon
strated, but seldom has there been
evinced such universal appreciation of
the fact as was shown last evening.
Second only in interest to tho drama
which was repeatedly applauded, was tho
olio which followed. The first to appear
was B. S. Worsley, in his inimitable make
up as n darkev in "Swing Low Sweet
Chariot,' followed byF. D.Blake, who
sang the beautiful ballad of "Loreua,"
and responded to an encore by a recita
tion "Tho Tramp.' E. Clough then sans
'Ta"ko me back to Home and Mother,"
and being vociferously called back, again
insisted on being taken home to mother
and disappeared. A. A. Cleveland in
humorous verse recited the troubles
of a much diseased man and
the course of treatment prescribed,
after which Paul Parker appeared in a
song and dsnce,"ln the Sunlight." John
Fox as "Moriarty" elicited hearty ap
plause, and some gigantic floral tributes,
which after responding to tin encore
with "Mary Kelley's Beau,"' ho carried
from the stage. 'Flv Across the Ocean"
was then sung by John P. Betts, who
when encored sang "Jnanita."' Where
all did well it would he invidious to dis
criminate, but it is tho opinion of many
that the last singer left nothing to bo de
sired in the way of vocal niolody.
Both entertainments have constituted
a grand success, and when next tho
troupe give a series of entertainments
thoy will secure, a good house on the repu
tation so justly won.
Inconsequence of the week of i raver
meeting being held in the Presbyterian
Church to-morrow evening, the meeting
of the directors of the Astoria Seamen's
Friend Society, which was to have met
in the same place and at the same hour,
is postponed till Monday evening, Janu
ary 14th. at the same place.
F. B. ELKKllSOK,
WttK or PitAYEK. The week of prayer
commences (o-day. In its observance
tho Protestant churches of our city will
unite. The service and sermon will be at
the Baptist church at 7 r. si. Tho ser
mon will be by the llev. Mr. Roberts of
the M. E. Church. During tho remainder
of the week daily services will be held in
tha Presbyterian church. On Monday
night the sermon will be by Rev. B. S.
McL;fierty: on Tuesdav. by Rev. S.
Wood; on Wednesday, Rev. J. V. Milli
gan; on Thursday. Rev. Mr. Wilson.
There will bo preaching on the remain
ing nights by some ot our clergymen.
The public are imilsd to attend all these
Rocsco and Beaten. About one
o'clock yesterday morning Lars Peterson
and another man started homoward to
ward Union town and shortly after pass
ing Trulliuger'rt house and while this
side of tho Cutting Packing Co.'s premi
ses they met four men who at first stood
aside to let them pass. As they wero about
going by, the group of four separated,
two going on each side the roadway.
One of tho four said as he bumped
against Peterson "'excuse me, damn you,"
then drawing what appeared to bo an
iron bar he dealt Peterson a fearful blow
on the fore part of the head, cutting the
scalp to the bono and prostrating tho un
fortunate man. His companion was un
able to render any assistance, and when
Peterson recovered consciousness he
found his pockets empty, having been
robbed of 20 in gold and a few dollars
in silver. At a later hour he had Dr.
Baker dress the wound which is a severe
one. Nothing is as jet known regaiding
the perpetrators of tho assault.
Phesi'NTAtion'. Yesterday afternoon a
party of gentlemen assembled at Alex.
Campbell's and one of tho number pre
sented him with an elegant jewel case
accompanied by the following remarks:
"Friend Campbell: Our late lamented
president Garfield said -The wine cup has
been recognized in all ages as the
emblem of hospitality and friendship.
In drinking this toast we indorse the
sentiment and pledge you a continuation
of the friendship wo have hitherto
cherished for you, believing thai 3ou will
in the future remain as true to your
friends as you have been in the past." In
testimony of your kindness wo present
you this little badge.' Tho case on be
ing opened displayed a handsome gold
shield on which was engraved "A. Camp
bell; from nis many menus, as we
journey through life let us live by the
way." " The reception of the costly gift
was a complete surprise to tho recipient
who in fitting terms expressed his grati
fication for the kindly feeling that
prompted the gift and his appreciation of
tho sentiment it conveyed and the torm
in which it was bestowed.
Oh, I Say!
Have you seen the new Archer pat
ent barber Chairs, recently imported
from Rochester, X. Y.. by Mr. Heilborn
for Joe G. Charters? They are without
a doubt the three finest chairs of the
kind in this state. For the finest work
in the tonsorial line call at Charters'
opposite Hume's store, corner of Olney
and Squenraqua streets.
Murder 3Ist Foul.
About eight o'clock last evening the
attention of several passers by was
startled by a succession of shrieks that
rang out in bhrill and startling distinct
ness on the eveuing air. They appeared
to proceed from the rear of
Jeffs restaurant, and rushing into the
kitchen the affrighted spectators beheld
the proprietor and four stalwart assist
ants with glittering knives butchering
sundry turkevs and chickens for to
day's dinner, the bill of tare for which
is here appended :
DIXKER BILL OF FA1M'
Tongue, Egg sauce; Corned Pork and
Turkey, Cranherry sauce ; Beef, Mutton,
I'ork, atunea v eai anu ui-axi.
Kidney Stew on toast, I ami) Chops
Spanish, Veal Pot Pie,
Sheep Tongue, Pigs' Feet, Boiled Ham.
Boiled and Mashed Potatoes, Green
Pickles, Worcestershire Sauce, Tomato
Cranberry and Mince.
Jeff's Plum, Brandy Sauce
Tea, Coffee, Claret or San Francisco
Meals, 25 cents. Dinner from 4 50 to 8.
Corsets and Umlcnrcar.
'AH the latest makes and styles of cor
sets and ladies underwear at Prael
Bros.' Empire store.
Circuit Court Proceedings.
January 5, 1884.
Estate of T. Bailey; ordered that as
signee pay GX por cent.
Steele et al vs. Ross Bros.: settled and
Foard & Stokes vs. R. L. Jeffrey; judg
ment on verdict.
State vs. C. W. Thompson; plea not
Stato vs. Talzan; same.
State vs. F. Wedig: same.
State vs. G. W. Andrews; same.
State vs. Wm. Gill; some.
J. Rogers vs. G. W. Birchard; default
C. A. Lawson vs. Jno. Lawson; default;
referred to G. C. Fulton.
A. J. Clontrie vs. J. T. Mulkoy; decree
Bigelow Sr Morris vs. Condit; continued
M. J. Kinney vs. E. D. Heatley; contin
ued for terra, and time to take testimony
F. M. Knapp vs. P. R. Knapp: contin
ued for term.
Worden vs. WorTJen; continued for
Trullingor vs. Barry; continued by con
sent. Taylor vs. McCaun; continued for
Madden vs. Madden; continued for
Cook vs. Cook; continued for term.
Adjourned to Mondav, January 7th,
Foreign Salmon X-rlet.
Tho tone of tho market for salmon in
Liverpool has boen decidedly dull, if al
most entire neglect may be said to indi
cate any tone at all. Most of the houses
interested in the trade are too deeply
occupied with dried fruit and other
Christmas season produce to pay just
attention to canned goods. John West's
salmon, which we noted as being of fine
quality, has been secured for this season
by a large house here, as also has the
favorite brand of J. Williams & Co. by
another firm. Two or three small lot's
of second-rate brands have been picked
up, but, with tho exception of the brands
montioned, it mav bo taken for granted
that nearly the whole of tho new season's
salmon will bo warehoused by tho im
porters. Another account in connection
with this most important branch of busi
ness, says tho arrivals this season are not
so numerous as at this time last year,
and the shipments from tho salmon
ports will bo more widely distributed
throughout this season, thus overcrowd
ing will be-avoided. The quality is not
quite equal to tho average, as some tins
open soft, as though overcooked, and
consequently lack flavor. The low price
of hog meats appears to affect demand
somewhat, and tho attention now given
to dried fruits by grocers also lessens the
volume of trade at present. For Columbia-river
the quotations are from 23? Gd
to 25s Gd. Liverpool Corr.London Grocer.
Substantial Recognition. At tho
time of the stranding of tho Queen of the
Pacific on the 4th of last September,
prompt and efficient aid was rendered by
Al. Harris, in charge of tho life-saving
station at Ft. Canby, who, with his bravo
crew, put off to the immediate relief of
tho vessel and the hundreds of passengers
thereon. All that day and through the
night thoy worked, some of them to tho
point of exhaustion, and stayed by the
vessel till all likelihood of danger was
passed. The owners of the vessel inrecog
nition of their valuable services, mado
provisions for substantially recognizing
their services at the time. In further
recognition of their services on that oc
casion additional compensation is now
tendered as indicated by tho following
OmoK or the 1
Oregon Railway & Navigation' Co., !
Ocean Divlsion. f
San Feanoisoo, Dec. 23. 1883. j
CapU A. T. Harris. U. S. L. S. S., Fort
Canby. Hr. T.:
Deab Sic Wo acknowledge receipt of
your favor of the 14th inst. in relation to
crew of life saving station.
Confirming our letter to you of the 7th
inst. wo desire to give each of the crew of
the life boat 2."J.
Wo beg to hand you herewith a check
for 100, of which pleaso pay 12.50 each
to the eight members.
Referring to the caso of Mr. Pound, we
would say that we instructed Dr. Cohn
to have him placed in the company's hos
pital at Portland and wo would pay all of
his expenses while under his charge. We
have already paid his bill while at Asto
ria. May wo ask you if the government
paid the men anything for their services
while in tho boat ?
Thanking yon foryour kindness, we beg
to remain Youre truly,
GOODALL, PeBKINS & Co.,
Air. G. W. Heinken, Benone P. O.,
Pa., has been entirely cured of rheu
matism by the use of the great Ger
man Bemedy, St Jacobs Oil. Previ
ously he could find no relief
1'or a IVcat letting ISont
Jr Shoe, go to P. J. Goodmans, on Che
nanius street, next door to I. W. Case.
All goods of the best make and guaran
teed quality. A full stock; new goods
constantly arriving. Custom work.
lt Dltiiniltt'k Cousli Ualfiatu.
W. . Batterton, Columbia. Mo-savs:
"I cannot say too much for Dimmitt's
Cough Balsam, for it ahvavs cures my
cnildren of croup and myseland family
of coughs and colds." At W. E. De
ment & Uos.
Dinner at"J EFF'S'CHOP HOUSE
everyday from 4.'"0to8 o'clock. The
best25-cent meal in tewn: sonp, fish,
seven kinds of meats, vegetables, pie,
pudding, etc. A glass of S. F. Beer,
French Claret, lea or coffee included.
All who have tried him say Jeff is the
Win will you cougn when Shiloh's
Cure will Rive immediate relief. Price
10 cts 50 ct and SI. Sold by W.E. De
ment. Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy a posi
live cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and
Canker Mouth. Sold by w. E.DemenL
The Rev. Geo. H. Thayer, of Bour
bon, Ind., says: "Both myself and wife
owe our lives toSniLon's Consumption
CtiRK. Sold by W. E. Dement.
allacicmetaclc." a lasting and fra-j-rant
perfume. Price 2" and 50 cents.
Sold by W.E. Dement.
For D yspepsia andLiver Complaint,
you have a printed guarantee on every
bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never
fails to cure. Sold by W. E. Dement,
Have Wistar's balsam of wild chnrrv
alwaysat hand. It cures coughs, colds,
uroncmus, wnooping cougn. croup, in
fluenza, consumption, and all throat and
lung complaints. 50 cents andjSl a bot
tle. Brace up the whole system with King
of the Blood. See Advertisement.
Hoscoe Dixon's new eating house
is now open. Everything has been fit
ted up in first-class style, and his well
known reputation as a caterer assures
all who like good things to eat, that at
his place they can be accommodated.
Alt the patent medicines advertised
ia this pnper,toether with the choicest
Certumery. and toilet articles, etc can
e bought at the lowest prices, at J. W.
Conn's drug store, opposite Ociiden
H S Wheeler, Skip C W Fulton, city
P U MacHale, W T J H Langwortby,
J L Morgan, Wcstpt FKrosel,Youngsbay
j.- uiuucj, xuri m jrampiuxz, .nuuo
u uonnson. - T JLiat nam, city
O C Thompson.Port T Howes, "
D H Prescott,Knap C Richardson, city
M Ryan, Walluski GWW'ood, '
A H Chase, Westpt M Jackson.
VTIJLA.T1 do you think that
JEFF OF TIIK CHOl fZOTTSE
gives you a meal for nothing and a glass
of somethinrr torirint- Vnt mn.!i I"
but he gives a bettor meal and more of
it than any place in town for 25 cents.
He buys by the wholesale and pays
tu. iiim aciuo ii.
Its Dim nil it's Coush Ha'sam.
.1. M. lantis, Sweet Spring.-., Mo.,,
nie-: .u liiumur nas mm nroneniai
and pulmonary affection forToilv years
and in that time has tried almost every
thing, but never found anything to give
her the relief Dimmitt's Cough Balsam
has.' At V. E. Dement & Co.'.s.
HoNierj. 2!oMcry. ISosicrj!
Tin- latest novelties in ladies anil
childreus hosiery at Prael Bro.
Fiuc Jre.'f.s Goods.
A splendid line of ladies dress goods is
being displayed nt the Empirestore.
At tlio Empire Stovr
You will find the finest lacits and em
broideries, of richest quality.
Smiloh'm Cum: will iimmd;r.;cs
relieve Croup, whooping coimh ami
Bronchitis. Sold by W. K. Dement.
Are yon made miserable U Indi
gestion, Constipation, Dizzines'Lov-, of
appetite, Yellow bkinV Shilo'.:. Vt'al
izer it a nnsitive cure. For al 5v V
CANNERYMEN ! ! .
PACIFIC METAL WOSKS
Importers and Manufacturers of
Canners' Solder a Specialty.
Strip Lead, for Leading Lines.
Plate Zinc, for Cutting Acid.
Bar Copper, Pig Lead and Pig Tin.
4S 3orth second St., 5orltiml, Or.
113 tk 117 lirj.tt., Xau Sranrixrn,
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum end Brier Pipes,
GEKUiNE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
Mrs. a. aunra,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CrocStery ::nl dlassnarc.
NEW GOODS CONSTANTLY RECEIVED.
Northwest rornrr Squi'inoijiui and Main
The Astoria Passenger Line
WILL AFTER THIS DATE HAVE ITS
headquarters at Kt htr.ules nes.t to 15.
B. Franklin's, two doors l-lov Tint Asto
kixs ofllee. First-class Li ery ervlce Carts
with horse furnished, for one dollar per
hour. Carriage- on amplication
The Astoria Passenger Line Hacks will
leave for Upper Astoria I rosn the stables,
norses taken to board.
.MRS. T. O'BRIEN.
Gas and Steam Fitting
DONE BY RUDDOCK & WHCELER. AT
fair rates. Also a complete stock of
oods in our line. Estimates given and
Cass street, in rear of I O O F building,
next to Gas Go's olllce.
FURNISHED ROOMS' TO LET.
T MRS. GEO. HILLER'S.NEXT DOOR
L to W'cs'on Hotel.
FOR SALE. -
IN LOT.-. TO SUIT. FROM 5 AGUES TO
iJacre tract in S. V. corner of Chas.
Stevens' D. C. Title peifcct. For particu
lar! inquire at olllce of X. l. Raymond. Citv
Hall ; or on the premises of (. 1. Vi:ne.
A&toria, Nov. &1, 1SJ.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
By the XlRht. Dny, Week or Jloiitji
WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD,
With use of Parlor. Library and all the com
forts of a home. Terms reasonable.
Apply to MRS. E. C. HOLDEN.
Cor. Main aud Jefferson Sts,
STATE AND COUNT V TAX F.S A RE X ) W
"due and pavable at my onletf.
A. M TWOMBLY.
tf Sheriff Clatsop Co.
THE ACCOUNTS OF THE LATE FIRM
of A. M. Johnson & Co. have been
placed In the bauds of Wheeler & Jtobb for
collection. All parties knowing themselves
to be Indebted to said firm are hereby noti
fied to settle the same within thirty days
lrom tne date ot tins nnucc.
A. W. BERRY,
per Wheeler SrRobb.
Astoria. Dec. lth, 1KO. d-tf
B. F. STEVENS & CO.,
Have Just received a mammoth stock of
Books. The young and old, rich and poor
can all he accommodated.
AGENTS FOR THE
Kranich & XSrtch and 31 antlsfeltlt x
Xotnl Pianos and "Wcntem
Orders for all kinds of Music or Instru
ments will ho promptly tilled.
B. F. STEVENS & CO.
J. H. D. GRAY.
Wholesale and retail dealer in.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND, AND CEMENT.
General storage and "Wharfage on reason
able terms. Foot of Benton street. Astoria
J ' .
IT WILL PAYj P 11 IP I! I I 0 II I C I
' to II Mil II BR 01 M
K3fe a mam a re
"V - T3,- ; C1.a-aS ?
JOW Xl'ICSS Still !
"Stles j&eies "bs: 33 des detL,
WILL &TOT BE
FIVE CENTS EACH.
I'iroside Companion. X. Y. Weekly
Ledce,r. .Satuntn. Night, Arm Chair,
Family .Story Paper. Boys of Xow York
Weekn Doingi, Texas Sittings, S. F.
Chronicle. Call, Oregonian, News, and
ASTOKtAST. Pt, vie.
8 Cts.. 3 for 25 Cts., 13 for $1.
l'i"Crt tiazette. Police News, IIIns
tratcllJ'liiies. Pm-k. Wasp, and Judge.
llsrper Bazar ::r.l Weekly, Leslie's
Weekly and Chimin;. Corner. Argonaut
am! many other.
I have nrintef tieSrel for flni n?i
per5,!o make exact change. Biclc num
bers always on hand. -' '
OC PCIJTQ Leslie's Popular Mont hi v.
&v UCtliO. Young IauIcs' Journal, et
I Iarper4 Monthly, etc.
Having made arrangements with all
publishers 1 am enabled to give the
imblii! a benefit of tlu nlinvn nnm-fl re
ductions. 1 have also IScdtxcciS the
Erice for Nubscripfioi;. which will
Harper's Weekly, perycar...S 3 75 not Si 00
Bazar ... 3 75 " 4 00
' Monthly " ... 3 ) " 4 00
All three for " ... 10 00 " 12 00
Lealie Weekly. . :: 75 " 4 00
Comer " :; 75 ' 4 00
Monthly, " . . 2 85 " 3 00
Fireside Companion, 2 75 ' 3 00
New York Ledger, ' ... 2 75 " 3 00
haturdav NiRhr. " . 2 75 ' 3 00
Family Story Paner. " ... 2 75 "3 00
Arm C'ir.lr. " " ... 2 75 3 00
S.F. Argonaut. " ... 3 75 " t CO
And all others ton numerous to mention
attlu; same rates. Now is your time to
Mibseribe for the new vear. Rempifl-
SUBSCRIPTION NEWS DEPOT.
Dissolution of Partnership.
1JOTICE IS IIEREI'Y GIVEN THAT THE
jLt linn heretofore existitiKUudei the name
and stylo of (5eo. W. Hume (limited) and
Joseph Hume, doing business in the Citv of
San Franeisoo. Mate of Cal'fornia. and City
of Astoria, state of Oregon, and other points
on the Columbia river, is this dav dl&olvcd
bv mutual consent. Mr Geo. W. Hume hav
ing purchased th" entire interest of Joseph
Hume In the concern. The said Geo. w.
Iliuncnssuuii's sill debts and liabilities of
the late firm of Geo. W. Hume (limited) ami
,lxeph Hume. ind will collect all debts due
J"ai-d Sftu Fi-AiiPtsrti. Decembers. 1833.
JOSEPH HUM f
Duly acknowledged before Eugene If.
Thorp, a Notary Public in the City and
Couutv of San Franc'scj, on the 22d day of
December, A. D. 1SS3.
d-lwk E. H. THORP, Notary Publle
SASH AMD DOOR FACTORY,
ASTD FLAI-IXI-TG- MILL.
A full twk of home manufactured goods
constantly t:i hand. "
Special Attention given to Orders.
All work maranteod. Your raironase so
ASTORIA GAKDY FACTORY
1'atrouic Home ?.Ianufactur.
All my CANDIES are of tho
A full avsortiucut
NUTS. FOREIGN FRUITS, ETC.
..OII.V V. CLASSJSTV.
0, Teli file Where Is Fancy Bre(a)d !
WHY, AT THE
Astoria Baiery & ConfectioHery
Not onlv SUPERIOR DREAD AND
CAKES AND PASTRY m Rre.it variety, but
THE LARGEST STOCK OF CANDIES
Weddings and parties supplied with the
most elaborate ornamental work on the
shortest notice and 011 reasonable terms.
This is the most complete establishment in
K3). .T.1GKSON. JProp.
FIVE HUNDRED CORDS DRY KEM
lock Wood, which I will deliver at the
houses of customers for St a cord.
Draying or all kinds done at reasonable
ratcx iu it. juvkiujN,
HAS. k MAY,
'New Store, New Stock
Toys, Fancy Goods,
Tobacco and Cigars.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
A PINE ASSORTMENT.
Squcmoquastreet.next door to the Empire
' && a mm & a ssa w
,. i 4 L "
r will oiler my STOCK of CLOTHING at GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES in order to reduce previous to stock-taking
'-"J'- """ v"' '"" nil
01 100 mM tjy UdJfS.
til. II IV W
Tke Leading Dry Goods and Cothing
House of Astoria.
gjjTor special Dry Goods Advertisement see Daily IndepcnUent.jgl
FIRST QUALITY LUMBER.
TS IN THE FIELD AND PROPOSES TO
We will take oirten for luinbtr from lu(J
to rOo jI., at tbe mil or delivered.
Wo aLso iiiuuutacture latb and shlnglas of
flooring a Specialty .
Address all orders
WESTl-OKT MILL CO.
."3. C. UnxKu, Supt.
Scarf Pins. Chains, Watches,
aj xr icz 'wr.s is,
Of e ery description.
Tue finest mock or Jewelry l:i Aatorb.
t"g""All goods warmntedasreprescnte!
6USTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
First Annua! Clearance Sale of
otlimff, Hats, Beats' FuraisMnff Boofls
Begins To-day at the Occident Store.
Men's Overcoats Reduced,
Business Suits Reduced,
D. A. Mel
TAILOR. CLOTHIER, HATTER and GENT'S FURNISHER.
Suits made to 1
Order, m Fit e
Rtvln frnni Sfirt
upward, and a
Neat Fit guar-
H. D. EANT'3
J' si -s" Sfe
FINE DRESS SUITS.
gi'wirrTirwTT-mr-'"- "" y '11 " it rn """ -"
3gagmis Q. CrOSbv
liRJtffll, M, SH1L,
Iron Pipe and Fittings, '
Plumpers and Steam Fitters
Goods and Tools,
SHET LEAD STRIP LEAD
2?1rrt &sv Copper.
Stov25, Tin Ware and House
J0B3ING Hi SHEET IRON, TIN, 'COP
PER PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING
Done with neatness and dispatch.
None Out first class workmen employed.
A iargo assortment of
I'onstantly on hand
Youth's Overcoats Reduced,
Dress Suits Reduced,
Furnishing Goods Reduced.
! Opposite the Parlter Houe.
20 Days Only.
CNew York Novelty
"S. STOKE! sY