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WEDNESDAY JANUAKY 30. 1834
ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
J. F. HAL.L.ORAN & COMPANY,
PUBLISHERS AND PKOMUKTOaS,
ABTORIAN BUILDING, - - CASS .STREET
Terau of Subscription.
Serred by Carrier, per week
Sent by Mall, per month
" .r .. one year ......
Free of postal to subscribers.
HTAdvertisements inserted by the year at
me rate 01 $2 per square per imiutii. lran
slent advertising fifty cents per square, each
Around the City.
Why didn't we buy O. R. & N. stock? :
Cannery work of all kinds at The Ah
The Gen. Banning crossed out to Gray's
Major Blakeny is going to establish a
The 147th anniversary of Tom Paiue's
birthday was celebrated in Portland last
. The domino party by the Astoria So
cial Club, to-morrow evening, attracts a
good deal of interest.
Caples and Fenton are talked of as
congressional nominees. All in good
time. This is bad weather for booms.
The banner for the month ending
January 25, in district school No. 1, was
won by the first grammar department.
A man with $10D,00D spare cash would
have no present difficulty in making
loans on approved security in this burg.
The British bark Henry James, 945, 31
days from Honolulu in ballust, arrived in
yesterday. The vessel han a wheat char
ter. Judge Briscoe's house on the weather
beach was burned last Wednesday.
Nothing was saved but a few clothes.
Loss, $2,000; no insurance.
The Katie. Putnam troupe comes down
on the Fleetwood to-morrow. The com
pany will play to the biggest audience
ever assembled in Occidental hall.
"Yes," he said, 'Tve met with many
successes in my life. That's the trouble,
you know. The things a fellow meets are
always going the other way."
There will be a general meeting of rep
resentatives from all the canneries at the
court-house at 9 o'clock next Saturday
morning, when the general policy of the
season will be outlined.
A good many visited the plan and
draftings of the proposed court-house in
Col. Spedden's ornce yesterday. The gen
eral expression is favorable, though the
"proposed cost $50,000 is another thing.
The beauty of the weather is a con
stant theme of congratulation. It is un
usual. The beautiful weather last Jan
nary was also unusual. The beautiful
weather next January will likewise be
The G. A. TJ. is nourishing in Oregon.
Since Cashing Post No. 14 was estab
lished a short time ago, seven new posts
have been established. Another new
post Burnside, No.22,will be established
at Independence next Friday evening.
It will be remembered that a few days
after the loss of the pilot schooner J. C.
Cousins, one of the yawls came ashore
on the beach. It now appears that the
other is used by the Suislaw mail carrier.
How it got away down there is a mystery.
Arrangements are reported in progress
to place Sylvester, apoweriully-built res
ident of this place, in front of Sullivan
next Friday night. He is said to be will
ing, providing $1,000 can be raised. If
any man in Astoria can get away with the
champion he can.
A prominent Astorian has made the
citizens of llontesano an offer to furnish
them with a steamer costing $55,000, to
run between Astoria and Gray's Harbor,
providing they will take stock to the
amount of $6,000. The proposition meets
with favor there.
The Festive Goat. It is a base slander
upon the Upper Astoria goat to say he
eats salmon can labels and circus posters
and old hoop skirts and things because
he likes them. He is driven to this coarse
and not very nutritious fare by hard
times and destitution. When he can
stand on his hind legs and eat his luxuri
ous way along a clothes line, all the Sulli
van posters in the world can't lure him
away from the night shirt and the par
boiled sheet. Be just to the goat. And
how he does love a web of old net, of
the vintage of '83. The fact is, the goat
is gifted with a fine, rather epicurean,
taste, and if we could afford to feed him
the things he is fond of he would never
touch a salmon can.
A Sullivan Pre. There is a little
seven-year-old that belongs to a Second
Ward family who is always creating a
laugh by some funny speech. Yesterday
at the dinner table they had some very
nice apple pie for dessert and the little
fellow seemed to enjoy it very much so
much so, that when be had finished his
first piece he called for another. It hap
pend that there had been but one pie
made that day, which was just enough
to go around, and when politely informed
by the domestic that the pie was all gone
he looked up with a "twinkle in his eye,
and said: 'I wish that you would make
a pie that couldn't be knocked out in one
round." The girl promised to make a
Sullivan pie for him to-day.
The Episcopal Social.
, AU the world and their aunts were at
the Episcopal social last evening and ev
ery one had a good time. The spacious
suites in the second story of the Odd
Fallows' building were filled with one of
the merriest social parties ever assem
bled in Astoria. The upper lodge room
usually devoted to the mystic rites of
Beaver lodge, were thrown open, and not
since the evening of its dedication was it
so well filled. Music and games filled
the hours, and at 10 o'clock a handsome
cupper was served by the ladies of Grace
ohurch guild, who desire to return thanks
to all who aided to make the entertain
ment a splendid success.
BedoclBf the Boats.
To every canner on the Columbia river
the following oircular, numerously signed,
was recently sent:
"Bibs: In view of the losses in the
salmon business on the Columbia river
this season past and the dull outlook for
any better price than one dollar to one
dollar and a bit per dozen for canned
fish next year, it is thought by all can
nerymen advisable and necessary to re
duce the number of boats for the season
In order to bring the matter to a set
tlemehtrone way or the other at once we
nclose' herein, a plan which we would be
pleased to have you approve or disap
'provtfwith reasons for disapproval if
any, jn'writing, and return before Febru
ary 421884, to M. J. Kinney at Astoria."
Jfe,tfco9e who have returned the pro-
l pitw vaere umu uui in tuiy uiio ttto
any disapproval of the idea.
In connection with the above an out
side opinion may also be indicative.
Writing to an Astoria canning estab
lishment under date of the 28th, a large
eastern buyer says: "It does seem to us
folly for the fishermen to give to the
trade all the profit in this line of goods.
There is ns reason for it. The trade
here would just as soon pay $1.75 for
fish as what they are now paying $1.40.
AW3 the fishermen could jnst as well have
a rood round .brdftt out of the work as
set if they would only agree upon some
CH1BGED 1YITH EMBEZZLEMENT.
To and From the Sandwich Islands.
One of the sensations of S3 in San
Francisco was the discovery of immense
frauds in the office of the harbor com
missioners. The sudden flight of Gray,
the chief clerk, confirmed the supposition
that he was guilty, and when, after a long
search, he was arrested at Guaymas,
Mexico, and brought back to San Fran
cisco, some of the most strategic de
vices of his numerous friends were em
ployed to effect his Telease. He was,
however, given ten years In San Quentin,
where he languishes. One of his col
leagues, J. J. O'Brien, is also in hock,
and a third gentleman is now in the city
jail at this place.
About the time that the alleged thefts
were discovered, J. F. Quirk, a clerk in
the office, skipped by the light of the
moon, and diligent inquiry on the part of
the San Francisco police, elicited the in
formation that he had gone to seek the
seclusion that the Sandwich Islands
About a week ago Clark Loughrey re
ceived a telegram from Chief Crowley, of
Sun Francisco, asking him to arrest a
man, on board the Henry James, en ronto
from Honolulu to Astoria. Accordingly
when that bark cast anchor yesterday in
the stream, Clark was there in a boat,
and selecting his man, who had shipped
before the mast under the nameof James
Oliver, brought him to shore and put him
in jail, at tho same time acquainting the
San Francisco chief of the capture. The
Columbia, which leaves San Francisco
to-day, will probably bring some one to
to take him to that city, there to stand
trial in regard to his alleged crime. The
reward, which is considerable, gow to his
Concerning the libel suit of the Canby
soldiers against the Queen, Capt. Hall of
the Gipsy, at that time first officer on
board the former vessel, is reported as
saying that when the work of throwing
overboard the cargo commenced the
officers of tho ship had their hands full
in keeping the liquors from the soldiers.
Many of them got roaring drunk in spite
of the precautions, and it was only by
throwing overboard everything drinkable
that work was carried on. The boys got
away with many cases of fine wines, and
every man helped himself to from one to
four suits of clothes. Those who came
aboard in blue uniforms went ashore in
civilian dress. Many of tho boys had on
three suits of clothes and looked as
plethoric as aldermen. When the united
efforts of the tugs succeeded in pulling
the ship from the sand and she was safe,
Governor Perkins called all the boys for
ward and from the bridge made them a
speech. Among other things he said he
was glad to see they had gained so much
flesh while on board (referring to the
bulky clothing they had), and asked how
it happened. One fellow bawled out in
reply: "They fed us on dried apples and
this d d water made us swell!"
"Capt." Hall may be just a little pre
vious in his hasty accusations respecting
the plaintiffs in the suit.
A Rule of Action.
If everybody would accept as a rule of
action, never to grieve over what they
cannot help, they would b3 much better
off. In the presence of death it is al
together useless for us to say that wo do
not wish to die. We might just as well
say. and had better say: I must die, and
I will make the best of it. AU of God's
laws are as immutable as the one that
says we must die. We cannot change
them one jot or tittle. But there are al
ways to be found men who are wearing
their lives away, mourning over spilt
milk. If the milk is spilt, a barrel of
tears cannot save it. Better devote your
time to netting some more milk. If we
spilt it ourselves, so much the more rea
son ior nnamg do iauit. um anting ou
the fence and mourning over the dead
past, will never pay one cent. It is the
most profitless business imaginable.
The present and the future claim our at
tention. Our hope is centered in the
present moment and the next. The past
is gone; the record is made up and it
cannot be changed. Hence tho futility
of lingering among the tombstones.
The Commebcial Teaveleh. What
would I do without "the boys?" How
often have they been my friends. I go
to a new town. I don't know where I go.
The man with his samples gets off at the
same station. I follow him without a
word or a tremor. Ho calls the buss driv
er by name, and orders him to get out of
this now, as soon as we are seated. And
when I follow him I am inevitably cer
tain to go to the best house there is in tho
place. He shouts at the clerk by name,
and fires a joke at the landlady as we go
in. He looks over my shoulder as I reg
ister after him, and hands me his card
with a shout of recognition. He peeps
over the register again, and watches the
clerk assign me to ninety-three, "Nine
ty nothing," he shouts, and says. "Who's
in fifteen?" The clerk says he is saving
fifteen for Judge Dryasdust. "Well, he
be blowed," says my cheery friend, "give
him the attic and put this gentleman in
fifteen," And if the clerk hesitates, he
seizes the pen and gives me fifteen him
self, and then he calls tho porter and or
ders him to carry up the baggage and put
a fire in fifteen, and then m the same
breath adds, "what time will you be down
to supper Mr. Burdette?" And ho waits
for me, and, seeing that I am a stranger
in the town, he sees that I am cared for,
that the waiters do not neglect me; he
tells me about the town, the people and
the business. He is breezy, cheery, so
ciable, full of good stories, always good
natured he frisks with cigars, and over
flows with "thousand-mile" tickets; he
knows all the best rooms in the hotels;
he always has a key for the car seats, and
turns a seat for himself and friends with
out troubling tho brakeman, but h& will
ride on the wood-box or stand on the
outside to accomodate a lady, and he will
give up his seat to an old man. I know
him pretty, well. For three years I have
been traveling with him, from Colorado
to Maine, and 1 know the best far out
weighs the worst. I could hardlyget
along without him, I am glad he is so
Hosiery, Hosiery, Hosiery-1 .
ThH latest novelties In ladles and
childrens hosiery at Prael Bros'.
Boats Tor Sale.
Joe Leathers has two fine boats for
sale at the boat shop, one block west of
Hansen Bros? mill.
Pianos to Rent
On easy terms at Adler's music store.
Extra Quality of Coal Oil
To be found at the Crockery store of
Jordan & Bozorth.
Roscoe Dixon's new eating house
is now open. Everything has been fit
ted up In first-class style, and hi- well
known reputation as a caterer assures
all who like good things to eat that at
his place they can be accommodated.
The delicious Crescent Creamery But
ter for sale at Wyatt & Thompson's.
Sick Headache, Pain in the Back and
Limbs, Biliousness, Blotches. Boils and
Pimples entirely cured by Wm. Pfun
der's Oregon Blood Purifier.
"Jeffs" is the liveliest place in town,
HEBE, THEBE AM) ELSEWHERE.
Congressman Mackey, of S. C, died
last Monday at Washington.
The project of cutting a canal through
Nicaragua peninsula is reported to have
The bodies of tho victims of the Jcan
nette arctic expedition arrived at Moscow
last jiionaay. American resiuenis piacea
flowers and wreaths upon the hearse.
In the senate last Monday Senator Sla
ter presented a petition from citizens of
Oregon and "Washington Territory, pray
ing that lauds granted the Oregon Cen
tral railroad be restored to the public
domain; also lauds granted to the North
Antelope have recently been so plenti
ful between Green River and Granger, on
the Union Pacific railroad, as to impede
the passage of trains at times, u train
to-day being obliged to come to a full
stop. Owing to the snow in the mount
ains and foot hills, they congregate in
large droves on the alkali desert between
the places namod, as but very little snow
ever lies in that locality.
The ship Juno, from Liverpool for Cal
cutta, foundered in the Mersey on the
23th, and all hands were lost. Many
barges were sunk in the Mersey during
the storm. At Newcastle-upon-Tyne the
spire of All Saints church was badly
damaged, iirnl tliH roof partially de
stroyed. In Ireland a railway train was
overturned uear Londonderry. Sixty
yards of embankments on the Northern
railway were swept away.
A Wall street dispatch of the 23th says
the stock exchange has been the scene of
great excitement. Northern Pacific and
its kindred stocks have been the great
features of speculation, and shorts nave
been more badly twisted than at any
time since the famous nt iu Northern
Pacific, which preceded the closing of
the book for uu second mortgage loan.
Ori;on Navigation sold as high as 111
regunr, and 119 cash; the latter being u
rise of 33K" par cent from closing quota
tions Saturday. Oregon Improvement
advanced 5 to 49; Northern Pacifio pre
form! fK to 49; common, 2 to 23. The
main cause for the sharp rise was the
purchase, Saturday, by syndicates, of
30,000 shares of Northern Pacific pre
ferred, 30.0CO shares of common and
10,003 shares of Oregon Navigation from
tho Oregon Transcontinental, with a pro
viso that htockswere to be withheld from
market for a year. This places the Ore
gon Transcontinental Company in an
easy financial condition, and it is further
stated that the syndicate agrees to fur
nish the conipaay nny further sum of
money which it may need in the futuro
at 6 per cent per annum.
The New York Times, of the 28th, says:
"Robert Harris, the new president of the
Northern Pacific railway, labors under
some of tho disadvantages of a cat in a
strange garret. When he was before the
senate committee on public lands on
Saturday he was asked by Senator Yan
Wick whether any arrangement had been
entered into between his road and the
Central Pacific which prevented compe
tition in rates botween San Francisco
and the east. This question Harris
could not answer. He had been only a
few days president of the road, and "was
not fully familiar with the details of its
affairs." It is probable that Harris will
not go far in mastering the details of
the affairs of the Northern Pacific road
before he learns that; notwithstanding
the government's splendid gift of 43,000,
000 acres of land to this railway, and not
withstanding the generosity and leniency
of congress in overlooking its many
shortcomings, it offers no relief to trans
continental business from the exorbitant
rates prevailing before its completion.
It is not a rival of tho Union Pacific and
Central Pacific roads; it is only a third
partner in their profitable monopoly."
Johnny's Little Sled.
Johnny had a little sled,
It slid along the snow,
And everywhere that Johnny sleighed,
That sled was sure to go.
He coasted by the school one day,
The teacher stood too near;
Her 1-1-imbs got tangled in that sleigh,
She slipped up on her ear.
Then np the teacher quickly dashed,
And johnny boo-hoo-hoo'd,
To see his sled so swiftly smashed
Right into kindling wood.
Go to Jeff' To-day
For the best dinner In town. He has a
'hyi: like aheacle''oii the market,
and buys the best.
FonirVeat Fitting Boot
Jr Shoe, go to P.. I. Goodmans, on Clie
natnus street, next door to I. W. Case.
AN goods of the best make and guaran
teed quality. A full stock; new goods
constantly aiming. Custom work.
At the Kmpire Store
You will find the finest laces and em
broideries,, of richest quality.
INr Illiumilt Cough BaKam.
J. M. Yantis, Sweet Springs, Mo.,
writes: 'My mother has had bronchial
and pulmonary affection for forty years
and in that time has tried almost every
thing, but never found anvthing to give
her the relief Dimmitt's Cough Balsam
has." At YV. K. Dement & Co.'s.
Corset and Under near.
All the latest makes and styles of cor
sets and ladies underwear at Prael
Bros.' Empire btore.
Dinner at"J EFFS"CHOP HOUSE
everyday from 4:30 to 8 o'clock. The
bet 25-cent meal in tewn: soup, fish,
seven kinds of meats, vegetables, pie,
pudding, etc. A glass of S. F. Beer,
French Claret, tea or coffee included.
All who have tried him sav Jeff is the
WHAT! do you think that
JEFF OF THE CIIOP HOUSE
gives you a meal for nothing and a glass
of something to drink? 'Not much!"
but he gives a better meal and more of
it than any place in town for 25 cents.
He buys by the wholesale and pays
cash. -That settles it"
Sleepless Nights, marie miserable
by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is
the remedy tor you. Sol1 by W. E. De
ment Shiloh's Cough anu Consumption
Cure is sold by as on guarantee. It
cures consumption. Sold by W. E. De
ment The Peruvian syrup has cured thou
sands who were suffering from dyspej.5
sia, debility, liver complaint, boils, hu
mors, temaie complaints, etc Pamph,
lets free to any address. Seth W. Fowl?
That Hacking Cough can be so
quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We
guarantee it Sold by V. E. Dement.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy a posi
tive cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and
Canker Mouth. Sold by w. E. Dement
Catarrh cured, health and sweet
breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Rem-
euy. rnee ou cento, Masai Injector free.
for sale by W. E. Dement
Shiloh's Vitalizer is what you need
for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Diz
ziness and all symptoms of Dyspepsia.
Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. Sold
oy v . i. jjemenc
All the patent medicme3 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 Oclden
BEPOBT'OF PUBLIC SCHOOL
In District So. 1, for Month Ending Janu
ary 2o, 1S84.
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3 I dumber Regit-
3 2p?3 tered.
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S tZispUpis Eelonginq.
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T. cJaSc Attendance.
3 gp232 Attendance.
I r. Daily
g Vr, Absence.
O I W- -133.
w pHj8l!p Remaining.
Names of pupils neither absent nor
SECONTJ GBABIilAU DEPAET1IKKT.
SECOND INTEBIXSDIATE DEPABTMEST.
FIBST FBIMABY DEPARTMENT.
Albert Leigh ton
SECOKD PBIMABY DEPABTMEST.
David Beaslev Carrie Berendez
EttaFergy " Delia Herbert
Eddie Hobson George May
Fine Dress GooiU.
A splendid lne of ladles dress goods Is
being displayed at the Empire, store.
SniLOH's Curk will immediately
relieve Croup, whooping cough aud
Bronchitis. Sold by V. E. Dement
For lame Back, Side or Chest use
Shiloh's Poni:. Plaster, l'rui'i cents.
For sale by V. E. Dement
JORDAN & BOZORTH,
A FULL I JKE OF
Crockery and Glassware.
R. HI. LEATHERS
Ha reopened his boat shop, over Arndt &
Ferchen's, foot or LaFayette street, nud Is
prepared to turn out
AL.L. WOKIt GUAKAXTEED.
G. A. STINSON & CO.,
At Capt. Kogers old stand, corner or Cas
aud Court Streets.
Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoeing.
Wagons made and repaired. Good work
HAY FOR SALE.
THIRTY TONS OF THE BEST CALT
foinia Ont Hav for hale. Enquire or E.
A. QU1NX. at O'Brien's Hotel.
Notice of Dissolution.
I HAVE THIS DAY SOLD OUT MY HALF
Interest In the Astoria Sail Loft to C. .1.
Johnson, who. iu connection with Mr. A.M.
Johnn will carry on the business at the
old stand. J. HLSS.
Mr. a M. Johnson will col ect all bills and
settle all accounts of the late firm or J. Hess
& Co. J- "ESS.
per A. M. J.
Astoria, Jan. 14th, I S3 1.
-L 40 acre tr.ict In S. W. corner of Chas.
Stevens' I). C. Tide perfect. For particu
lars inquire at offlCM or N. I). Raymond. City
Hall ; or on the premises or O. D. Young.
Astoria, Nov. 3d. 1S33.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
AT MRS. GEO. HILLER'S, NEXT DOOR
to Wtttcn HoteL
Fair Sir! to you my maiden intuitions
Shy but sincere ingeniously incline,
And if I find you answer the conditions,
I'll take your bid and be your Valentine.
I know your worth that is your genial
But when your mourned and wealthy
Pray tell a simple girl, did you inherit
His virtues only or a bit beside?
Yes, I admire your lofty reputation,
Dear to my artless spirit as my own;
But tell me this to still mv trepidation
Are you an owner in Bell Telephone?
Your learning, too, has bound my heart
For you are wise, if street report be true;
I, too, a childish fanoy have for letters
I hope you're solid on "C, B., & Q."
Your noble presence "dignified and
With inexperienced ardor I adore;
But those Villard stocks! Have you tried
And were you long or short on that Lake
So, gentle Sir, if you aright but read me,
And will with all your bonds and stocks
Then into Mutual Union you shall lead
And I will be
HOTEL ABBIf ALS.
W H Tackett, Skip P J McGowan, Gh'k
C F Johnson. Pion J W McGowan, do '
C C Brower, St Hel C McGowan, do
L Christensen.Port F M Sweet, Skam
M Nagle, Ft Canby Thoa Boyle, Wept
TNorris, do GeoHartman, do
F Miller, do O Spear, Knappa
Alex Moe, Skam J T Moody, do
H C Ardken, Port
Capt & Mrs Latti- L A Chamberlain
more, Belfast Son, Canby
Dr Owens, Ft S S Dockar, Cath.
AAHendorson.YRivWG Seabury, Port
J H Hazlett, Wilm- H G Smowden, do
ington "W B Bush, do
J Hull, Minn S C Benner, Wport
W Humphries.O CityD McKenzie, city
T Oliver, city.
SIZE, SHAPE, aUALITY,
STYLE OR PRICE,
CHEUK. NO. 031. DRAWN BY THE
undersigned on 1. W. Case banker. As
toria, Ore., payable to order of Sealy, Mason
& Co. to amount or S39 95, having been lost it
appears, all parties are cautioned against
negotiating ror said check, as payment or
its face value has been stopped and no val
ue attaches to said check, unless presented
by said Sealy, M:son & Co., or their order,
properly endorsed therpon.
Astoria, Oregou, January 25, 1854.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT I WISH
all part-es knowing themselves to be In
debted to me to make immediate settlement
Notice to the Public.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
will not be teaponsible for any debts
contracted in ray name without a written
order from me. ...
Astoria. January 24th, 183L
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
By the Xlght. Dy. Week or M oath
WITH OE WITHOUT BOARD,
With use ot Parlor, Library and all the cora
rorts of a home. Terms reasonable.
Apply to ME3. E. C. HOLDE3T.
Oct. Mala aud Jelenon an.
Dry Goods and
NEXT 30 DAYS
I will offer .my STOCK of CLOTHING- at' GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES in order to redupe previous-krstock-takino-
February 1st". -
For the Next
Hats and Caps
The Leading Dry Goods and Cothing
House of Astoria.
tgyFor special Dry Goods Advertisement see Daily Independent. J
FIRST QUALITY LUMBER.
S D THE FIELD AND PROPOSES TO
We will take orders tor lumber itiim loo
to FOo M., at the mil ordeliveicd.
We also manutuctuie lath and shingles ol
Flooring a Specialty
Address all orders
WESTPORT STILL CO.
d. C, Bknnkk, Supt.
Scarf Pins. Chains, Watches,
Ot every description.
The finest stock or Jewelry in Astoria.
SrAH goods warrantedasrepresented
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
Clotliinff, Hats, Gents' Fiirnisliini Goofls
Begins To-day at the Occident Store.
Will Continue for 20 Days Only.
Men's Overcoats Reduced, Youth's Overcoats Reduced,
Business Suits Reduced, Dress Suits Reduced,
Hats Reduced, Furnishing Goods Reduced.
D. A. McINTOSH,
TAILOR. CLOTHIER, HATTER
faults mnilo to
Order, mFI p
c.Tn ... eon
oi.wc 1 1 (.ill cuu
upward, and a
Neat Fit guar
I M. D. KANT'S
iff I 1
I III I I
FINK DRESS SPITS.
Magnus G. Crosby
HAMARE, IRON, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
Plumbers and Steam Fitters
Goods and Tools,
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
TJLm AND OoDer.
Cannery and Fishermens SnpBlies
Stoves, Tin Ware and House
JOBBING IN SHEET IRON, TIN, COP
PER PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING
Done with i.eatness and dispatch.
None bur tiret class workmen emplojed.
A large assortment of
Constantly on baud
Clearance Sale of
and GENT'S FURNISHER I
Wilmerding & Co., San Francisco.
Loeb &Co Agents, Astoria.
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