The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899, February 05, 1884, Image 3

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ASTORIA, OREGON:
TUESDAY...
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ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
fMonday excepted)
J. F. pA.L,L,ORAN-& COMPANY.
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ASTORIAN BUILDING, - - I'AbS VTHinCT
Toriaii ofSntMcription.
Served by C.irrior. per vk
Sent by M.iH. per month
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Free ot pot.:f to "ubvribeis.
irjcts.
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ST.oo
SAlvcrrieiiK'!its inserted by tbe WHcat
the rate of -J jmt s.qu:ire per month. Tran
sient advertising flfrv cents per square. 'ach
insertion.
Around tlie City.
Some little hatchets are being buried
and others exhumed.
A good many people are burning coal
in Astoria this winter.
The Lilian is carrying boxe and boom
sticks from Knappton.
The A. B. Field is billed to sail for
Tillamook next Friday.
N. Johansen offers his Upper Astoria
store with fixtures for rent.
The Indiana cleared for Queenstown
yesterday with 77,609 worth of wheat.
The streets were gray with frozen sleet
yesterday morning which melted off by
noon.
A pleasant time is anticipated at the
Congregational social at Mrs. Welch's
this evening.
A much-needed job of street repairing
is being done on Chenamus street in
front of the postoffice.
Look out for counterfeit silver dollars!
They are well executed, but the lion's
head is not so distinct as in the genuine.
In the justice court yesterday Leonard
Chance plead guilty to assault and bat
tery on John Johnson and was fined 12.
A Seattle editor declares that be wears
the national colors in his person. He has
a red nose, a white heart, and a blue spot
under his eye.
Political clubs are organising in vari
ous parts of the state. Astoria never
was very partisan in this matter, and is
just as well off.
The circuses have already begun to
chirp. The great and only aggregation
known as the Nickel Plate, will start
from Roseburg next month.
Alf. Bowen, the genial proprietor of
theOysterville Journal, was in the sanc
tum yesterday. He says the Pacific
connty folks will have a railroad. Good.
Courtwright & Hawkins' minstrels are
the next attraction. Vm. Muldoon, the
champion wrestler, is with them. Mul.
does the "plastic statue" business, what
ever that is.
When the papers speak of the prize
ring they mean the circle in which a prize
fight is held, but the girls will have it
that th6 real prize ring is the little
golden band to signify their engagement.
A philosophical contemporary tells us
not to mind small things, but what are
yon going to do in the cape of the feliow
who runs his hand up overyonr vest front
and takes the last cigar out of your upper
watch-pocket?
W. C. T. U. The Women's Christian
Temperance Union will meet in the hall
of the Y. M. C. A. to-day at 8 o'clock
p. m. Members of the Union, and all
ladies friendly to Tempance work are
invited to be nresent.
MRS. W. W. PARKER,
President W. C. T. U. for Astoria.
LUMBBMEX ASKING FOB PliOTKCTION.
A late Washington dispatch says that
Rosecrans has presented to the house a
petition, signed by tbe principal lumber
dealers on the Pacific coast, opposing any
reduction in the duty on lumber. Peti
tioners state that if special industries of
the east require and receive protection,
the lumber industry has a right also to
demand protection. They say if dnty
was abolished, competition in the lumber
trade would come from British Co
lumbia, and would be in the
highest degreo detrimental to
them. Freights on lumber, they say,
from British Columbia to points in Cali
fornia, are quite as low as from Puget
sound, while the difference in freights
from ports in Alaska would be so largely
in favor of British Columbia lumber as
to give the latter a monopoly in the trade
if the duty is taken off. They also call
attention to the fact that the lumber
trade in British Columbia is carried on
by Chinese coolie labor. The petition,
before being presented, was signed by
the entire congressional delegation from
California.
How Thej Fix It.
"How is it that you and your husband
cover wrangle about which is to get up
first and fix the fire?" asked one lady of
of her next door neighbor.
"Why,'.' was the reply, "we settle that
every night before going to bed by a
game of cards. If he beats me three out
of five games I get up first, and when I
beat him he gets up."
Reducing the Boats.
AsTOBiA, Feb. 3, 18S4.
EnrroB Astebiax:
The proposition to reduce the number
of fishing boats on tbe river still agitates
the minds of our cannerymen and I feel
confident that a reduction will be made
to the extent of either one-half, or possi
bly forty per cent of the number, taking
last year's list of boats as a basis for
calculation.
There were some of our cannerymen,
who at first, would not favor the pro
posed reduction from the fact of their
having men and nets sufficient to run as
many ooats as last year, but the better
reflection which they have given the
matter, for the past two weeks, have
made all confident of its prosperity, and
now the proposition has the approval of
all, except possibly one of our Astoria
canneries, and I doubt if they will desire
to stand in the way of the other thirty
eight canneries, who are confident of a
Having of a dollar or more on each case
packed.
Aiialf million dollars, thus saved, dis
tributed among our cannerymen, would
greatly relieve the present feeling of de
pression, and as the only requirement to
accomplish it, is a concert of action, I
reel sure it will be done.
OlXXEBTMAX.
A competent woman wants a situa
tion to do housework in a private fami
ly or hotel. Apply at this office.
For Sale.
A one-half interest in a good, paying
business, in this city. For particulars
inquire at this office.
- . Blacksmith Wanted.
A. blacksmith capable of doing gener
al work is wanted atSkipanon. Apply
to E. M. Grimes, or C. A. ilaguire, Skip
anon. He lice.
ushing Post No. 14 G. A. R. will
meet for general inspection and muster,
immediately after the arrival of the
Portland steamer on Wednesday, Feb
ruary 6th. 1884.
A'prompt attendance of all members
Sg requested.
By order of Post Commander.
jft. V. Moxteith.
Officer of the Day.
The delicious Crescent Creamery But
ter for sale at Wyatt & Thompson's.
WHAT OTnER SEWSPirERS SAT.
The Spirit of the Northnwt Prcw.
The free trade Demormt is a very hard
l'ari,y IO Poaw, lorjearsana years ne
has been grieving over the high prictst
caused 03 tariff, but suddenly his Rip
Van Winkle sleep has been broken and
he finds that prices nio actually lower
i tium before notwithstanding thy tariff.
Yamhill Reporter.
Population is what wc want, provided
it iB of the right material. There is a
lucrative opaning in this stuto for active,
energetic people, and hard work coupled
witn economy will give a family a home
in a few years, while in other states, pos
sibly with the same energy displayed
onlv a bore living can be made. Albany
Hcl-ald.
The people muht sit down on the
monopolies or go under. Take your
choice. Oregon Vidette.
If certain parties appear more cordial
than usual and greet yon with an uncom
monly broad smile, and a shake of the
hand that makes you cry for mercy, why
just et it down that he fs willing toherve
uis county beginning on July 1st next, in
different capacities. This unwonted
pleasantness is human nature, and we
are glad that we have oounty elections
to make it crop out. Albany Democrat.
In our opinion a committee of five
should bo appointed from among the
leading citizens three from Astoria and
two from Forest Grove to grasp the sit
uation fairly and squarely, ana to leave
no stone unturned until the land grant
is forfeited, as the corporation has no
ngnc or claim upon it wnatever. ier us
strike now, whilo the iron is hot, and
much good can be accomplished. Wash
ington Enterprise.
There is no better or more reliable in
dication, at once of the assured pros
perity of a city and of the firm confidence
of its cilizens'm its steady progress, than
the exhibition of an open, hearty and
liberal ,readines3, on the part of its lead
ing men, to expend money and donate
laud for object of public improvement or
ornament. Where citizens are found en
dued with this kind of public spirit, and
actuated by an enlightened regard to the
conditions on which the prosperity of the
community hinges, there need be no fears
entertained that opposition, however
plausible, bitter and well organized, will
ever succeed in staying the onward
march of the place towards assured prom
inence over rn'als less fortunate in their
inhabitants. Seattle Herald.
Private enterprise is one of the prime
conditions of national prosperity and
progress. The more men ure encouraged
to work and save, to build up homes for
themselves, and surround their families
with comforts, to engage in manufactures
and eommerce and mining and other
activities, to risk money and health, and
even life, in works calculated to increase
public wealth and comfort, and give em
ployment to mechanics, and diffuse art
and refinement, the better for the coun
try and everybody in it. Portland
Standard.
The early settlers of the several towns
on Puget Sound have been, and in some
places are still their own worst enemies.
They have lived cheaply for many
years: their wants have been few and
easily supplied, and now that the star of
enterprise has wended its way to the
northwestern shore of this vast continent
too many are inclined to look on the new
comers as interlopers, and instead of
offering inducements for family location,
hold their property at such high rates
that the man in moderate circumstances
is driven away rather than encouraged.
Port of Entry Times.
Thare seems to have been quite a fall
lately in real estate values at Seattle.
All those prominent residents who are
not speculators should rejoice over this
evidence of returning reason. The city
has obtained too firm a hold on business
interests to be permanently checked in
her progress, and the unnatural, fevered
condition which has preceded this stage
could not have been much longer main
tained without permanent injury to the
place, Olympia Standard.
Whatever the final vardict may be as
to Mr. Villard's capacity to manago the
various transportation interests lately
under his charge, there can be no
question that as a "mixer" ho was emi
nently successful. There are said to be
some places where it is a lucky child who
knows his own father; surely, for the
last two or three years he was a lucky
employe around some of the Portland
offices who knew which of half a dozen
corporations he was working for. Taco
ma Ledger.
What is the use of every little one
hors3 paper in tho country trying to
nominate a president? Early in tho
leafy days of June, when fragrant flowers
bloom forth in loveliness, the moguls will
meet at Chicago and the political ma
chine will grind out some obscuro candi
date like Hayes or Arthur for the people
to walk up to the rack and vote for.
Such men as Blaine, Edmunds, Logan,
and other brainy men will ba snowed un
der fifteen feet. Our present system of
selecting a president is a queer concern,
very unsatisfactory and uncertain.
Whatcom Reveille.
Strange, isn't it? Every time a presi
dential election comes on a lot of "inde
pendent" newspapers start up all over
the country. They most always turn out
to be Democratic papers in disguise. But
then "a rose by most any otner name
would smell as sweet," and why not a
Democratic paper do as effective work
while masquerading? It's a good deal
like concealing a blue mass pill in a lot
of raspberry jam. The effect is the
same. Port Townsend Argus.
What valid reason can Mr. George give
in regard to the Oregon Central Railroad
Company's title to tbe millions of acres
of land granted for the construction of a
railroacfrom Forest Grove to A6toria?
Can he siy that the company has not
had sufficient time? Can he say that tho
O. fc C. and other companies desiro to
have the Astoria branch built? Can he
deny that they have refused to permit
the building of tho road when it was
shown that the land grant would pay
tor it? Mercury.
BOTH WERE LOADED.
Kerosene fire!
Kitchen maid gone higherl
Who next will aspire?
Boy owned a gun!
Pulled the trigger for fun!
Joined the maid ero day was done!
Pianos to Kent
On easy terms at Adler's music store.
Extra Quality of Coal Oil
By the gallon, five gallon can or case,
to be found at the Crockery store of
Jordan & Bozorth.
For a Neat Fitting Boot
Or Shoe, go to P. J. Goodmans, on Che
namus 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 wont.
WHAT! do you think that
JEFF OF THE COOJP HOUSE
gives you a meal for notlfingand 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 buss by the wholesale and pays
cash. "That settles it."
"Jeff's" is the liveliest place in town,
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
bis place they can be accommodated.
Brace up the whole system with Klnjj
of the Blood. See Advertisement.
HEBE, TIIEBE AND ELSEWHEBE.
Fourteen Oregon counties havo railroad
communication.
Both National conventions will prob
ably he held at Chicago.
Tho name and fame of J. L. Sullivan
packed the New Market theater at Port
laud to see the champion.
C. P. Collins was banned in Nevada
C ty, Cal., last Friday, for tho murder of
v. r. (Jamming, in September, 1STJ.
It is reported that John Muir has a
three years' contract as manager of the
Oregon Improvement Company, at an
annual salary of 1j,030.
In the Ccenr u'.ilene mining district
flour has advanced to $S5 per barrel,
poUtoej to $11 por bushel; eegs 50 cents
apiece, butter 2.50 per pound, and meals
2.50 cash.
TbG Journal reports that the D. S.
light houso engineers are building a brush
barrier to prevent the sanda from en
croaching on the light house property at
Point Adams.
A colony located near Glendale, are
vegetarians, who never eat meat or fish
of any kind, redgiously believing that it
is wicked to kill any animal and then
feed on its flash.
The belief is gaining ground in Pacific
County that tao "indemnity granf'which
has rested like an incubus on that coun
ty for so many years, will be declared
forfeited during the present session of
congress.
Writing to the Boise City Statesman,
a correspondent at Malheur river says:
A party of railroad surveyors commenced
about New Year's at tne Ontario side
track, and are now running a survey up
the Malheur river. At present they are
about forty miles from tne starting point.
1'hey wjJI not tell anyone who tney are,
who are their employers, or for what
point they are bound.
Foreman Robinson of the Jvnapplon
caunrry, informs tne correspondent of
the P.icinc Journal that tne cannery
men intended having things a little their
own way this season, as the fishermen
had had their's long enough. He says
most of the canneries won't pay more
than 50 cents, but as his pack has been
already contracted for, he will pay (JO
cents to his own boats and 75 cents to
outside boats.
Last Friday 111 meals were served at
the Walla Walla soup-house. In the
morning forty-six meals were given away
without tickets, the superintendent of
the establishment asking the men to
carry in two loads of wood which were
lying in tho street, and that would pay
for their meal. Of the forty-six who
availed themselves of the free much,only
four would so far demean themselves as
to pack wood. The superintendent
thinks he has a very hard crowd with
which to deal.
The New York Star claims tho honor
of being the foremost and most persis
tent of eastern newspapers in demand
ing forfeiture of unearned public lands
voted railroad corporations, and dares a
Republican senate to put itself on rec
ord against the vote of the house on
Thursday, regarding the Texas Pacific
grant. It calls on the house to complete
the work and declare a forfeiture of the
following lands: l,0G2,Ol0 acres granted
to the Oregon branch of the Central Pa
cific, 1,074,OIX) to the Oregon and Califor
nia, 750,000 to the Oregon Central, 37,
400,030 to tho Northern dacific, and 38,
yi9,u00 to tho Atlantic and Pacific. The
Star says: "Tho fact that tho Oregon
brach of the Central Pacific has already
secured patents upon 1,0J2,3M acres more
than it is entitled 10 is one of the mys
teries which only past and present Re
publican d rectors of the land office at
Washington can intelligently explain'"
During this week tho committee on
public lands will bring in a bill forfeiting
the grants of the California and Oregon,
the Oregon and California, tho Oregon
Central, the Northern Pacific, and per
haps one or two other roads. On threo
of thoso the committee has already de
cided to report. A few days ago a vote
was taken in committee, and tho general
principle was declared that congress has
tho power to forfeit all railway grants not
earned in tho time prescribed by tho law.
It is understood this was mado for the
benefit of tho senate committee, a major
ity of who3a members are known to iio d
that congress has no power to perfect
gaants where roads have boon built in
good faith. If tho senate committee en
tertains this opinion the house bills will
probably all be beaten. A reaction from
the monopoly stampede in tho house has
already set in, and several senators have
said to rash so big a thing as the Toxas
Pacific bill through without debate was
positively indecent, and not calculated to
mako the senate respect tho action of the.
nouse.
Boats for Sale.
Joe Leathers has two fine boats for
sale at the boat shop, ouu block vjt of
Ilausun Bros. mill.
Notice.
DIumTsif'J EFF'SCHOP HOUSE
everyday fn.ni 4:30 tort o'clock. The
best 25-rent meal In tewn: soup, fish,
seven kinds of meats, vegetables, pie.
pudding, etel A glass of S. F. Beer,
trench Claiet. tea or coffee included.
All who have triecTlum say Jeff is the
"BObS."
Fine ire.s? Goods.
A splendid 1 ne of ladles drees goods is
leiiig displayed at the Empirestore.
Use Dimmitt 'ousk Ualuani.
W. V. Batterton, Columbia. Mesays:
"I cannot say too ranch for Dimraltt's
Cough Balsam, tor it always cures ray
cnildten of croup and ravself and family
of coughs and colds." At'W. E. De
ment fc Co.'s.
At the Km pi re Store
You will find the finest laces and em
broideries, of richest quality.
Corsets and Underwear.
All the latest makes and styles of cor
sets and ladies underwear at Prael
Bros.' Empire store.
Hosiery, Hosiery, Hosiery!
Th latest novelties in ladies and
childreus hosiery at Prael Bros'.
All the pateut 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 .-tore, opiwslte Oc-'iden
hrteL Astoria.
Sick Headache, Pain in the Back and
Limbs, Biliousness, Blotches. Bolls and
Plmp'es entirely cured bv Wm. Plun
der's Oregon Blood Purifier.
Whv will you cougn when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
10cts50ctsaudSl. Sold by W. E. De
ment. Fot Dyspepsia andLiver Complaint,
vnu have a nrinted puarantee on everv
bottle of Suilolfs Vitalizer. It never
fails to cure. Sold by W. E. Dement.
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint ? Shiloh's vitalizer Is
guaranteed to cure you. Sold by W. E,
uement.
Are you made miserable by Indi
gestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of
appetite, Yellow Skin? Shtloh's Vital
izer Is a positive cure. For sale by V.
E. Dement
A Xasal Injector free with each
bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Kemedy
Price 50 cents. Sold by W. E. Dement
The Rev. Geo. II. Thayer, of Bour
bon, Ind., says: ''Both myself and wife
owe our lives toSniton's Consumption
Cube." Sold by W. E-Demeni.
nOTELAHRITALS.
PARKEH HOUSB.
C A Heath, S Bend J Kenny. Young's B
G Hartman, W J Harold do
CrefcentCity PF Tallert, Helena
E Richardson, E M Grimes,Soa.side
Montana H Sewell, do
ADBowen,Oysterv'e H D Nowbery, city
J Forey, do OM Loughlin, Port
D A Rodway, do E Master fc wife,do
OCOTDEKT.
G W Goethals, Van S S Smith, Port
G Campbell, Cath J F Bylie, do
P H Morrison, city Mrs Aken. do
C Carnahan, Skipanon.
Governors of states, mayors of
cities, prelates of the churchendorse
and recommend St. Jacobs Off, the
great pain-reliever.
The Peruvian syrui na- cured limit
sands who were suffennt: rrom ilv-.eji
sia, debility, liver CMiipiainf. ?'..'-. ..
mors, female voiiiphwm-, c I'atiipn,
lets free to any nddre . Seth . J iwl
&4Sou'" Bo-fon.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
t T MRS. OKO. IIILLKifS. NEXT HOOK
L to We on ilm-.
Notice.
HAVING CLOSED OUT MY BUSINESS
in Astoria :ll paitii-s Indebted to me
are requesteil !oniak-iiuiii'dl itese tlcniunt
of the same at the .nic nf I). I. llcck & .-ons
1 1 this eity. All parties having claims
against me will present the s:nie at the
axovcoflke. OHO.W.HUMK.
J-n. -js, 1831.
D. L. BECK & SONS.
(Successor to Geo. VT Hiuue.)
EALEK3 I.N GROCER ES AND OAN-
D
neiy suuiill. corner Skamuau.i anil
vineysureis. Auna.
On" retinui fruin the alove busme-.s, I
take reat j-lexsure hi recommending my
iticee .-irs to my friends, and bespeak for
5Ii-.irs. D. L. Heck L Sons, a li!--eral share of
their patron -Re. G. U . HUME.
Notice.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OK THE J1EM
bers of th- P. I. &K. xssodatlon of As
toria, will be held in Liberty Ha 1 1 e even
hitfof the 9th day of February, IP, at 7
o'c!ck P.. Wt. L Mi.KWA.
dtd ectv.
Executors' Notice.
ri'HK COUNTY COURT OF CLATSOP
X Count. oregon. Iiavluj; appointed the
undersigned executors of the Iat will and
testament of Titinian 1. IViwers, deceased,
all persons having H:ilms against said state
are requested to present the same with the
proper vouchers, at tne dulce of C. Lelnen
weber. Upper Astoria, within sir months
from this ttnto.
C. LEINENWEBKR.
Wm. WADHAMS.
Astoria. December 14. 1SS.
Wood Yard.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE THE ASTO
rla Wood Yard, (ray's Dock, foot of
Beuion street, will sell wood at the follow
htjj pne s ami deliver wherever the streets
are planked, between Trullinjjcr's Mill and
O'Briens Hotel, bac to AstorMreet :
(Ireeu Alder. 2-cut Si CO per cord, long $3 73
Dry do do 4 7 do do J 00
GrnHemlo'k do 4 an do do 3 76
Dry di do 1 7 do do i 00
Green B ach do 1 7 do do 4 W
Green Fir do 1 7.r. iio do 4 00
Dry Fir do 5 0a do do 4 25
Elra .Maple
and S. Hums do C 00 do do Q 23
Vine Maple
ami S. limbs do 0 1: do do 5 00
Wood of All Kinds ,
Jly the Scow load at REDUCED RATES.
.1 ZI I). G2C.Vf"
Astoria. February 1st. I8S4.
Notice of Dissolution.
I HAVE TniS DAY' SOLD OUT MY HALF
interest In Hie Astoria Sail Loft to C. .1.
Johnson, who, in connect ion with Mr. A.M.
Johnson will carrv ou the business at the
old stand. ' J. HESS.
Mr. A M. Johuoon will col ect alt bills and
settle all accounts of the lato firm of J. Hess
& Co. J. HE-S.
jwr A. M. J.
Astoria, Jan. 14th. 1881.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
3y the ."Vi;:hr. Iny. Week or Month
WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD,
With use of Parlor. Libmry and all the com
forts of a home. Tei nw re:tonable.
Apply to MR-?. E. C. HOLDEX.
Cor. Main and Jefferson Sts.
Notice of Sale.
1HEN SING LUNG & CO. HAVE SOLD
v- their goo sand business to wong Fat
of S.in rancLsco, who will di uus'iioss un
der the firm anie of Wab Ming Jan.
Wong Fat will not be responsible, for any
debt incurrt d ,v Chin Sln-i Lung & Co.
All kinds of Ctiliieie Good- for sale.
WONG FAT.
Astoria. Oregon, Jan. 21th, 168L
For Sale.
FIVE HUNDRED CORDS DRY HEM
lock Wood, which I will deliver at tbe
houses of customers for 34 a cord.
Draying or all kinds done at reasonable
rates. R. R. MARION.
BOAT BUILDING,
R. M. LEATHERS
Has reopened hLs boat shop, over Arndt &
Ferchen'.s, foot of LaFayetie. sheet, and l
prepared to turn out
F1RST-CLAS BOATS.
ALL. WORK GUAKAATEED.
Boat Building.
JOS P. LEATHERS
FoniJdriy over Amdt Firchso'n Mkchina Sho i
IS BUILDING FIRT-CLAS BOATS IN
the -hop formerly occupied by M. John
son on C ncomlv street, one block wedt of
H.insen Bnit' Mill. Model, Materia! mi
F! tilth Flrt-elns. .
EEMOVAL.
The Astoria Passenger Line
WILL AFTER THIS DATE HAVE ITS
headquarters at Us Stables next to B.
B Franklin's, trt-o doors b-Iow Tiik Akt
kiax office. First-class Livery ?ervice Carts
with horse funilslied, for one dollar per
hour. Carriages on application
The Atoria I'asseneer Line Hacks will
leave for Upper Astoria from the stables.
Horses taken to board.
MRS. T. O'BRIEN.
W. E. DEMENT & CO.
XtXJGr3XS'XS.
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON
Carry in Stock,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET
and
FANCY ARTICLES.
Prescriptions carefully Compounded
G. A. STINSON & CO.,
SLACKSMITHING,
At Capt. Rogers old stand, corner of Cass
and Court streets.
Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoeing.
Wagons made and repaired. Goojrt work
guaranteed.
Copper Paint.
JN
HALF GALLON TINS.
At WILSON & FISHER'S,
rA Liberal Discount to the Trade."
FEBRUARY
FOURTEENTH!
VALENTINES
VALENTINES
Sentimental
Valentines !
VALENTINES!
OF EVERY
SIZE, SHAPE, QUALITY,
STYLE OR PRICE,
AT
Carl Adler's
THE LATEST STYLES
WALL 'PAPER
AT
B. . FRANKLIN'S,
NEXT DOOR TO ASTORIAN OFFICE.
A very large Stock from which to select.
"Window curtains made to rirder.
r3fMy patent Trimmer to cut Wall Paper
will be tuund convenient to my patrons.
FRESH CANDY
AT THE
ASTORIA CANDY FACTORY
Patronize Home Manufacture.
All my CANDIES te or the
FlNE-T QUALITY.
A lull iis.sortment
of
NUTS, FOREIGN FRUITS, ETC.
JOII. P. CL.ASSE'.
ASTORIA LIQUOR STORE,
AUG. DANIELSON,
Proprietor.
Rebuilt and Refitted ThreHgkoBt.
The Hest ot
WIN RH.IilQI'O Its', AXD CIGAHM
For a Good Cigar, call for one ol
"Danielson's Best."
Corner "West 9th and Watr Streets, Astoria.
n9-6ra
Notice,
mms is to give notice that 1 WISH
JL ail part es knowing themselves to be in
debted to tne to make immediate settlement
thereof.
N. JOHANSEN.
Notice to the Public.
Notice is hekeby given that i
will not be lespoodble for any debts
contracted In ray name without a written
order from me.
N JOHANSEN.
Astoria. January 24th, 184.
FOR SALE.
TN LOTS TO SUIT, FIMM 5 ACRES TO
40 acre tract in S. W. corner of Chas.
Stevens' P. C. Tirle perfect. For partlcu
l.tre Inquire at offloe of N. P. Raymond. City
Hall ; or on the premises ot O. D. Young.
Astoria, Nov. 3d, 18S3.
EMILE TURIN,
4 cook by profession, is wanted
JjL at Flaherton Cannery.
Tacoma Ledger please copy.
St
Notice.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THATTHE
undersigned has been appointed tbe as
signee of I. J. Arvold, and all persons hav
ing claims against said I. J. Arvold are no
tified to present the same duly verified to
me a my office In Astoila. Oregon, within
three months from this date. January Cth.
18&L a H. PAGE.
d-8w Assignee of L J. Arvold.
Notice.
mms 13 TO INFORM ALL WHOM IT
X may concern that the business formerly
known as Sun Shim; Co., In tbe city of As
toria Oregon, on Chenamus street opposite
me rost usee, and owned oy lion rang.
Wonr Chu. and Honz Yin. has been bought
bv Hong Fang who will assume all the ua
bllltleoftheSunSlngCo.,and will collect
all debts due the same. Hong Fong will
keep Chinese groceries, teas, fruits, etc
Astoila Jan. 28th, 1831.
HAY FOR SALE.
THIRTY TONS OF THE BEST CALI
f orals Oat Hay for sale. Inquire of S.
A. QUINii, at O'Brien's tuxau
Comic Valentines
Crystal Palace.
ANNUAL
Dry Goods an
FOR THE
NEXT 30 DAYS
I will offer tnv STOCK of CLOTHING at GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES in order to reduce previous to stock-taking
February 1st.
OVERCOATS,
OVERCOATS,
AT COST
For the Next 30
GENTS
Furnishing Goods,
Hats and Caps
IXL G.H.C0G
The Leading Dry Goods and Cothing
House of Astoria.
j3HFor special Dry Goods Advertisement see Daily Independent. ,53
FIRST QUALITY LUMBER.
THE
WESTPOET
MILL COMPANY
IS IN THE FIELD AND PROPOSES TO
remain.
We will take orders for lumber from 100
tu ."00 M., at the mill or dellveied.
We also manufacture lath and shingles of
At quality. w
Flooring a Specialty .
Address all orders
WESTPOET MILL CO.
S. C, Bkn'nkk, Supt.
SOLID GOLD
JEWELRY
BRACELETS,
Scarf Pins. Chains, Watches,
SILVERWARE,
Of every description.
The- finest stock of Jewelry In Astoria.
TAI1 goods warrantedasrepresented
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
j.l.wjuj:z:z:ziz.'Z?z.sj.L-J,:
First Annual
btl
Hals, Bats' MsUbi
BeginsTo-day
Will Continue for 20 Days Only.
Men's Overcoats Reduced,
Business Suits Reduced,
Hats Reduced,
D. A. McINTOSH,
Til Leading
TAILOR. CLOTHIER, HATTER and GENT'S FURNISHER
LOEB &. CO
JOBBERS IN
WINES.
LIQUORS,
AND
CIGARS.
AGENTS FOR THE
BMt San Francisco Houses and
eastern Distilleries.
Tumblers Decanters, and AH
Kinds of Saloon Supplies.
sr-Aii good sold at san Francisco Prices.
MAIN STREET.
OWMtf Zteker Bouse. Astoria, Oregon,
OVERCOATS,
Days
FINK DKKSS SUITS,
BUSINESS HQ1TS.
TDVJTIWfyyppjjy
WORKING SUITS.
XL
KB
Magnus C. Crosby
Dealer in
HARD! ABE, IRON, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
STOVES, TiNWAHE
AND
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
SHEET IRON,
T7JTTL AND Copper.
Stop That Horse !
From Slipping.
USE THE PATENT SHOE,
George McLane
HAS JU-T UECEIVhD A TATENT
Horsehof fmm the latent Office, for
the purpni; of preventing all classes of hors
es from slipping ou plank, or stt-en marts,
Hores short with this shoe WIl.1. NOT
SLIP. A trial wl I convince anyone.
I keep T Pimi-t'liiMM jlioer in
my simp. Try the NKW dHOE
r'ornM and Contracted Hoof cure
a specialty.
No satisfaction no pay.
GEO. McLANE.
Clearance Sale of
at the (kcident Store.
Youth's Overcoats Reduced,
Dress Suits Reduced,
Furnishing Goods Reduced.
PEEUVIAN
B J 'ITERS I.
i Wilmerding & Co., San Francisco.
J. , . - .
i L06D & 00., AgeiltS, ASIOricU.
ItOOQS