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FRIDAY .MAY 3. 1531
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Advertisements hiMjrted by thejrarat
rhe rate of $2 per square per month. Tran
sient advertising fifty cents per square, e.-ica
THISGS AS THE! OCCUB.
The Aloha is off for Tillamook with
Binger Hermann will deliver an ad
dress here next Friday.
P. "W. Baltes, th6 old-time foreman of
The Astobuk, is in the citj for a few
AUOO-ton scow will ba cold cheap at E.
C. Holden's auction rooms to-morrow
W. B. Bos3 rom to Oysttsrvillo "next
week to organize a lodge of A. U. U. w.
at that place.
Cashing Post No. H, G. A R., propose
giving a grand ball at Uocidentai nail on
the eieaing of July 4th.
The.. A. B. Field left for Tillamook
veaterday. She is advertised to go to
Array's harbor to-morrow.
Candidates ara circulating around the
county inquiring after the health of their
znenas ana ienow citizen.
The county clerk was busy yesterday
dispatching poll books and election pa
pers to the different precincts.
The next meeting of the Grand lodge
of Oregon, I. O. O. F., will be at Salem
on the third Tuesday in May, 1S83.
Alex. McBeth announces himself as an
independent candidate lor sheriff of
Clatsop county at the ensuing election.
The "Weekly Astobxax, in Htamped
wrappers, ready for mailing, published
this morning; full of news and home hap
penings; price ten cent3.
Pacifio Lodge No. 17, K. of P., will have
a"ball at Occidental hall this evening.
The preparations are complete and a
splendid time is anticipated.
Fires are reported in the woods here
and there. Too much care can not bo
exercised to prevent their spreading,
especially in the vicmity of town.
There's a heap of talent goins; to waste.
It is'nt too late yet to hire a hn!l and
give those whom "the spirit moves an op
portunity to define their position.
.The visiting members of the Grand
Lodge and Grand Encampment return to
their hornet this morning with pleasant
memories of th6ir visit to our reaside
Cushing Relief Post, No. 3, will bo or
ganized with twenty charier members
to-morrow evening. This corp1, which
is an adjunct to tho G. A.R., is composed
, entirely of ladies, and is a valuablo addi
tion to the social life and strength of the
The A. B. Field, V7uich is advertised to
start for Gray's harbor to-morrow, will
have a big lot of freight and passengers.
Trade and traffic northward is constantly
increasing. Tho Astoria coast and trans
portation company won't be n day too
soon with their new vessel.
The good ship Sumner It. Head, of
which Park is muster now lying foruinst
the city and bound for the Cove of Cork,
hath cleared with 52,782 bushels wheat,
worth $45,920, and an alleged crew. The
stars and stripes wavo over crew and
cargo and the freshening breeze sits in
the shoulder of the sail.
The Grand Lodge and Grand Encamp
ment, I. O. O. F., installed their neWiy
elected officers yesterday, passed the
customary resolutions and adjourned to
meet at Salem next year. In refer
ence to 'the Odd Fellows Home it
was recommended that the several lodges
throughout the state asses3 each of its
members one dollar per year for the pur
pose of furthering the interests of tho
Memorial Dsy SerrJee.
" Heaqoa.kteb3 Cdshinq Post,
No. 14, Depx. Obeqon G. A. R. f
Astobu, Ob., May 23, 1SS4.
All honorably discharged soldiers and
sailors in this vicinity who served in the
U. S. Army or Navy during tho Rebellion
between April 15, 1861, and April 15,
1855, are requested to join with Cushing
Post, No. 14, in memorial services to be
held in the Congregational church, at 7:30
o'clock, on the evening of May 30, 1834.
Tho citizens are inYited to attend these
services and are requested to display the
National colors at half mast in honor of
-the Union dead. By order
H. M. GBEaosr,
W. B. Boss, Post Commander.
b. A. B. Servlcik.
Hkadquabteks Cubbish Pobr, I
No. 14, Dfx. Obeoos, G. A. R. f
Ahtobia, Ob., May 23, 16S4.
"In acborfiance with the orders issued
from Headquarters, D6pt., of Oregon, G.
A. B.,, Cushing Post, No. 14. will attend
services in the Congregational churoh at
730 o'clook r. m., May 25, 1884. Visiting
octerades are requested to meet the mem
bers Pf the Post at Headquarters thirty
xninutea previous to the time of holding
"serriceg. By Order
Death of a Prominent Odd Fellow.
Past Grand Master Sitton received the
following telegram yesterday evening.
St. Louis, Missoobi, May 22, 1834.
The Grand Lodge of Missouri recipro
cates the fraternal greetings of our
brethren in Oregon, and ii deep affliction
turns to them for sympathy. Past Grand
Secretary Yietch died suddenly to-day,
during the noon recess oi our session.
E. M. Sloan.
Look' at the show window of Jordan
fcBozorth's Crockery Stor and seo the
fine assortment of Pottery for Flowers,
Yu Want Fifty CentV
If yoti-do, bring back that gold quartz
sleeve buttou that was lost yesterday,
sad be rewarded.
A fresh milch cow with calf. AviJy
at this, office.
1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.
JuBt received another large invoice of
the ccieoratea reading matter, uie
best and cheapest in the market. Come
before they are all gone again. At Carl
Adler's Crystal Palace Book Store.
Of lateresC To Tho Indie.
A full line of Ladies' Silk, Lisle and
Cotton Hosiery and Muslin Underwear
at greatly 'reduced prices for a few days
6firy7at The Leading Suit and Cloak
House, next to Rescue Engino house.
At the Empire Store
You will find the finest laces and era
broideries, of richest quality.
"Tke most popular bitters in the market
zjg X)r. Hemlyni Dandelion Tonic.
STATE AKD TEBBITOBIAL T,WS.
There was a 3,000 fire at Seattle on
the 21st. "Fully insured."
The Sta:idai-d thinks that its libel suit
will give it $2.VX)9 worth of advertising.
Five highwaymen defied the sheriff at
Glendivfe, Montana, last 'Wednesday. A
delnchment of D. S. cavalry is in pur
suit. Patrick O'Donnell, a Portland long
shoreman died in n fit of apoplexy whi.t
at work on the Mount Washington last
W. D. Hare, ox-collector of this port,
was nominated for etate senator by the
wasnington county republicans last
Gen. O. D. Greene, assistant adjutant
general of the department of the Colum
bia, will relinquish the duties of that of
fice on the 28th inst, and leave for his
new station at Washington,!. (J.
A 1 tJf-raoTrt'a Trajol Vca Aroll? Kaon
heard from. It is in the hands of the
secretary of state at Washington. It
will soon be three years since he saved
the crow of the Lammerlaw, probably in
the course of three years more the medal
will have reached its owner.
At the term of the state circuit court
just closed at Roseburg, says the Orego
nian, there were three boys sentenced to
the penitentiary. William Rider, who
had scarcely passed out of his "teens,"'
was sentenced for the crime of larceny
from a dwelling; a boy named McClung,
12 or 14 years of age, got a sentence for
falsely impersonating another, thereby
obtaining money under false pretenses,
both getting one year in the penitentiary.
The third was Joieph Russef, who plead
ed guilty to the crime of manslaughter
for the "killing of Jesse Qninn, at Rid
dle on the 12th instant, and who was
sentenced to seven years' imprisonment
for the offense.
Chief Justice Greene, in his charge to
the Pierce county, W T., grand jury on
Monday, paid a high tribute to the intel
ligence, capacity .and conscientiousness
otwomen as grand and petit jurors in
the third judicial district of the territory
during the past sir months. He has
often felt, like Judge Wingard of the
fifth district, "too much hampered by
scrubby jurymen." Since the woman
suffrage act was passed, tho chief justice
has insisted upon giving it, in relation to
the administration of justice, a full and
fair trial. He said: "Holding court,
with women as part of tho judiciary, is
new throughout the territory, and en
tirelv unprecedented in this part of the
third district. Administration of justice
in the household has for ages immemo
rial been regarded as n matter for which
women have b6eu eminently fit and ca
pable. Liberality and good senso, jus
tice, mercy and firmness enough, to
rnnko her perfectly safe person to whom
to commit for nurture, training, disci
pline and development, those understand
ings and wills which, after they have be
come moulded and become fixed under
her hand, shall be the virtuous or the
vicious men and women of tho state."
Another Kind of Cramp.
"Were you ever troubled with writer's
cramp?" eskc-d the statesman of the
groceryman, who was busily posting up
his books; "fingers clench around the
pen vou know, and won't seem to let
"No," resonded the groceryman, re
garding tho statesman with a fixed gazo,
"but I have been considerably troubled
ly fingers clinching around my raisins
and crackers and seeming not to let go."
And then tho statesman seemed to rec
ollect that he had forgotten to call in on
the way down and inquire after a letter
from his wife's aunt, and as he went out
the door there was a far-away expression
in tho back of his coat that tho grocery
man thought he never could tire looking
.Steamer Days for May.
From Astoria. I From San Fran.
State 4,Columbia 2
Columbia 8!Oregon 6
Oregon. 12lState 10
State 1G Columbia 14
Columbia 20 Oregon Is
Oregon 24 State 22
State 23Columbia 26
Columbia, Juno., l! Oregon 30
Oregon Ci State, June 3
Dinner at-J EFF'iTCHOP HOUSE
everyday from 4:30 to 8 o'clock. The
best 25-cent meal in town : soup, Gsh,
seven kinds of meats, vegetables, pie,
pudding, etc. Tea or coffee included.
All who have tried him savJelf Is the
Tor a .Wat Fitting Boot
r Shoe, go to I'. .1. Goodmans, on Che-
mnmu; street, next door to l. v. Lase,
All goods of the best loake and guaran
teed quality. A full steck: new goods
conMnnllyurriviiig. Custom work.
Just received at T. G. Rawllngs' a
large stock of cigars, Cigarettes, and
the choicest brands ot tobacco.
ISoaiK Tor Sale.
Joo Leathers has two fine boats for
sale at the boat shop, one block west of
Hansen Bros.' mill.
Tho Xatent Lamp Filler.
The most useful household invention
of the age. Call and see it. Also, extra
good Coal Oil forsale In quantities from
a pint to a barrel. Jordan & Bozoirni.
A large stock of soft and stiff Hats in
nil the latest styles, at Mcintosh's Fur
Stop That Cough
Bv going to J. E. Thomas's and getting
a bottle of Leroy's Cough Balsam.
It will curk you.
Flue Drews Goods.
A splendid line of ladies dres3 goods is
being displayed at the Empire store.
At enormous expense has just secured
the ien Ices of Professor Ellis one
of the best white cooks in the state; and
Jeff proposes to excell any of hi3 for
mer efforts in the culinary art. Italian
and French dishes a specialty.
Buy your Lime of Gray at Portland
Brae up tho whole sj'stcm with King
ofthe Biiod. See Advertisement.
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint ? ShHoh's Vitalizer Is
cuarauteen to euro you. Sold by W. K.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy a posi
tive cure for Catarrh, Diptherla and
Canker Month. iId by W. PL Dement
Why will you cough when Shiloh's
Cure wlli give immediate relief. Price
10 cU SO c-ts awl SI. Sold by W.E.De
meut. Don't nay so cents elsewhere when
you can get the best dinner In town at
JEFF'S for 25 cents.
'All the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the choicest
Eerfumery, and toilet articles, etc- can
e bought at the lowest prices, at J. W.
Conn's drug store, opposite Ociden
The Oregon Blood Purifier is Nature's
own remedy, and should b- used to the
exclusion of a 1 other medicines in dis
eases of the stomach, liver and kidneys.
Foi Dyspepsia andLlver Complaint,
you have a printed guarantee on every
bottle of ShlJoh's Vltallzer. It never
falls to cure. Sold by W. E. Dement.
BY MAIL AKD TELEGBAPH.
Congress is discussing the Chinese bill.
The Canadian Pacific will not push ex
tension of the road this season.
A few more eastern failures are report
ed, and an uneasy feeling i3 still preva
lent in Wall street.
The veteran Hannibal Hamlin says he
is not a candidate for first or second
place on the presidential ticket.
Endiootthas resigned the presidency
of the Oregon Transcontinental, Elijah
omith succeeds him. bmith has had
twenty years of railroad experience; was
builder of the Burlington and Southwest
ern railroad; he also built sixty mi!e3 of
railroad in Mexico, which afterwards was
s )!d to the Atchison, Topaka and Santa
Fe, and is a man of considerable wealth.
Arrangements have been concluded be
tween the TJuion -Pacific aUd Northern
Pacifio railroads for an interchange of
freight and passexrger traffic at non com-
Smive points. The Agreement will run
jmJunel. Bates "from Missouri river
points will be equal to those made from
St. Paul, the division being.mifde on the
basis of service byeach road. Op to the
present time the ;tfaf2c has" all'gone by
way of the Oentrar Pacifio tb San Fran
cisco, and then bsteamer to PortJpnd.
Freight consigned to Portland from
Omaha and Kanpas City will now go by
all rail route, via the Union Tatific, Utah
Northern, Northern Pacific, and Oregon
Railway end Navigation companiy's
lines. , - .
A Sermon at Sailors' Snnj? Harbpr.
A frontispiece of the June Ckntury is
an engraving of St, Gauden's statue of
Robert Richard Rfindall, tho founder of
"Sailors' Snug Harbor," on Btaten island;
and Franklin H. North contributes alive
ly anecdotal paper on tho harbor, from
which we quote a typical sermon of tho
Snug Harbor preacher: "Chaplain
Jones, already mentioned, presides at the
little church in the grounds of the har
bor. He is a sailor himself, having served
before the mast many years, and
knows how to talk to thow who 'follow
the sea.' When a mere lad he ran away
from his English home and shipped
aboard an East Indiaman. He is about
sixty-five now, and many years ago for
sook the sea to study theology. As suon
as he was qualified, ho went among the
sailors of the great lakes, and afterward
opened a bethel in St. Louis. Then ho
returned hitbor and became the pastor of
the Mariners' church. Worn out from
early exposure and hardships, he was
about to start for Europe in search of
health and rest, when he was appointed
to his present post by the trustees.
"The visitor to the harbor who fails to
hear him address bis shipmates robs him
self of a spectacle at onco interesting and
unique. Familiar with tho characteris
tics of the sailor, Dr. Jones addresses
him in his own language, nnd this is
the primo reason of his influence over
"Hero is the substance of n sermon
. . . from tho text, 'Let go that stern
line,' which is given in substance. ' I
once stood on the wharf watching a brig
get ready for sea,' began the Rev. Mr.
Jones. 'The top-s'Is and courses were
loosed, tho jib hung from tho boom, and
the halyards were stretched out ready to
run up. Just at this moment the pilot
sprang from the wharf to the quarter
deck, inquiring as he did so of the mate
in command, "Are you all ready?''
" "All ready, sir," said the officer.
Then came the cemmand: "Stand by to
run up that jib! Hands by the head
braceal Cast off your head-fast, and
stand by aft there to let go that stern
lino! Let go! Man the top-s'l halyards
Run 'em up, boys run 'em up! Does
the jib take? Haul over that starboard
"She pays off fine there she goes
and' Hilloa! hilloa! What's the mat
ter? What's fast there? Starboard the
helm! starboard!' shouts the pilot.
"What holds her? Is there anything
foul aft there? Whv, look at that stern
line! Heave it off tho timber-head!
Heave off that tumP ,
"It's foul ashoro Bir," says one of the
"Then cut it, cut it! D'ye hear? Nev
er mind tho hawser! Cut it before she
loses her way."
By this time there was a taut strain on
the hawser. A seaman drew his sheath
knife across the strands, which soon
parted, the brig forged ahead, the sails
were run up and trimmed to the breeze,
and the brig Billow filled away.
"So, too, when I see men who have im
mortal souls to save bound to the world
by the cords, the hawsers of their sins,
then I think of that scene, and feel like
crying eut: ' Gather in your breast-lines
and haul out from tho shores of destruc
tion. Fly. as Lot from the guilty Sodom!
Oh, let go that stern-line!'"
Mr. Jeremiah Coloman, Norwich,
N, Y., sustained a severe sprain by a
fall on the ioa. He says he thanks
God for St Jacobs Oil. the great
pain-reliever, whioh oured him.
WHAT! do you think that
JIJFF OF THE CHOP HOUSE
gives j'ou a meal for uothlugand 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 pavs
cash. "That settles It"
The Popular Approval
Of tho now famous Syrup of Figs as the
most efficacious and agreablc prepara
tion ever offered to the world as a cure
for Habitual Constipation. Biliousness,
Indigestion and kindred Ills, has heon
won by the wise plan pursued by the
California Fig Syrup company. Know
ing that one remedy truly beneficial in
Is effects on the system, and at the same
time pleasant to the taste, will meet
with a rapid sale, the Company, through
Its agent for Astoria. V. E. Dement &
Co., gives away sample bottles free of
charge. Try it and judge for yourself.
Large bottles fifty cents or one dollar.
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
childrens hosiery at Prael Bros'.
Syrup of Fijrs.
Nature's own truo Laxative. Pleas
ant to the palate, acceptable to the Stom
ach, harmless In Its nature, painless in
its action. Cures habitual Constipation.
BillouMiess, Indigestion ana kindred
ills. Cleanses the system, purifies the
blood, regulates the Liver and acts on
the Bowels. Breaks up Co!ds, Chills
and Fever, etc Strengthens the orgaus
on which it acts. Better than bfiur.
nauseous Liver -medicines, pills, salts
and draughts. Sample bottles free, and
large bottles for sale by W. E. Dement
fc Co., Astoria,
-Roscoe Dixon's new eating house
is now open. Everything has Been fit
ted ud in first-class stvli oml hi. -oii
known reputation as a caterer assures
au wuo ukc gooa tilings to eat, that at
uis piaco mey can oc accommodated.
Gray sells Sackett Bros.' Al sawed
Tho Rev. Geo. H. Thayer, of Bour
bon, Ind., says: ''Both myself and wife
oweour lives toSniLon's Consumption
uure." aoin oy v. E.uement.
Are vou made miserable by Indi
gestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of
appetite, Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitel
Izer Is a positive cure. Forsaloby W.
Arvold sells Boo s andSnoes cheaper
than any one else In town, because we
buy for cash.
BEAL ESTATE TBA5SACTI0SS."
J. W. and V. Cook to A. P. Ankenv;
Suit claim deed to 642.61 acres, Hunt's
onation land claim, $3,426 10.
A. P. Ankenyto Columbia river lum
bar cempany: same tract, $6,400.
H. D. Fiener and wife to the Columbia
water cempany: right of way over land
and to enter upon Bame; $325.
F. D. Winton nnd wife to J. W. Gear
hart: K S.W K Sec 33, T. 6, N, R. 10 W.;
J. 1'. Mulkey and wife to A. Steabb:
lots 1. 2, 23 and ?4 block 2, first addition
to Ocean grove; $103.
Have Wistar's balsam or wild chony
always at hand. It cures coughs, coltK
bronchitis, whooping cough, croup, in
fluenza, consumption, and all throat and
lung complaints. 50 cents aud.Sl a bot
tle. A full line of ladies and children's
Shoes, latest styles, to be found cheap
at Arvold's, sign ot the Golden Shoe.
Arvold will sell a large stock of Boots
and Shoes at cost, at the Leading boot
and shoe store.
Dr. Henly's Dandelion Tonio tickles
the palate and gladdens the heart,
Boston Baked Beans and Brown Bread
every Sunday at JefFs from 5 a. m. to
Hackmetuck." a lasting and fra-
S-ant perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents,
Id by W.E. Dement
JOHN MYERS, of Clackamas.
Judge of the Supreme Court,
W. Y. THAYER, of Multnomah,
L.B.ISON, of Baker.
W. D. FEN'TON, of Yamhill.
A. C. JONES, of Do jglas.
For Judge. Fifth Judicial District
A. S. BENNETT, of Wasco.
For. Pros. Att'v Fifth Judicial
Clatsop County Democratic Ticket.
For Joint Representative.
(From Clatsop and Tillamook.)
C. LEINEN WEBER, "
W. G. ROSS.
Fon Countt Clerk,
For Cou.vty Commissioners.
For School Superintendent.
B. B. FRANKLIN.
For Justice of the Peace.
A. A. CLEVELAND.
Fob Justice of the Peace.
.Mhdc of Fine
Will Not Crack.
The Gutta Percha.& Rubber Mf'g Co
Coffee and lec Cream Parloro.
Bread and Cakes
OF ALT. KIXDS.
WednluKS autl Parties supplied wltli strictly
o-French autl American-o
Manufactured, Wholesale and EetalL
ON THE ROADWAY.
Business for Sale.
A WELL KNoWN AND LONG RSTAB
Ushed Grocery Store en the principal
street in the city, with a pood cash tradp.
and const&iiL'y increasing. Location made
known on application at this office.
MrThls is a rare chance.
Jordan & Bozorth
The Only Exclusive
7.'B. Slare Sole Right to tke
Patent Lamp Filler,
THE GUN CINE
Cape Ann 0 led Clothing,
SRTRTd, QUMUilOTS, ETC.
And a Complete Outfit, of TU-st Quality, and
at the LOWEST PKICE of any EstabUsh-
ment In tho city.
P. A. STOKES & CO.
Have oponed a New Stock ot A 1 Hoods In
the store, next door to Foard & Stokes, and
TO ALL CUSTOMERS.
Newly Finished Rooms In Suites
OF THREE ROOMS : SUITABLE FOR
families ; the best rooms and beat loca
tion In the city. Plenty of good fresh water
In the building ; all tnev modern improve
ments. Iuqulre of J. W. & D, H. WELCH.
Office In room l, Welch's block, corner West
Eighth and Water streets.
ABOUT 350 FATHOMS, 42-MESH NET
branded on the corks and lrad. I. X. L
Tue finder will tx liberally tewarded by
calling at the I. X L. Cannery.
PICK EO UP NEAR THE BAR, ONE
larjiw Trap Skill, w Ith anchor and chain.
Owner can have the s rae by apidvlng to
Ilwaco. W. T.
To the Voters of Astoria Precinct.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AN
Independent candidate for Constable of
Astoria precinct at the coming election.
S. (J. INOALLS.
Cottage to Rent.
NEXT DOOR TO JIY RESIDENCE,
corner ot Main and Jefferaon street.
Contains six rooms, besides kitchen and
woodshed. Water free,
nijll tf E. C. HOLDEN.
Eight Floating Net-Racks For Sale
VTOW MOORED IN JOHN DAY'd RIVER.
Enquire of 1'erry Tltus.John Day's river,
Delinquent School Tax.
THE DELINQUENT SCHOOL TAX LIST
ot School DLstrict No 1, Is now in my
hands fur collection. Parties interested
will govern themselves acron luidy.
A. M TWOMBLY.
Sheriff Clatsop County.
Astoria, Or.. March IStli. 1881.
Steamboat and Scowmen
r EINEN'WEBKR & CO.. HAVE 30
Li cords of nark to transport, A carra t
for Its dellwrv will be let to the lowest bid
ijer. For further particulars apply to the
LEINESWEBER & CO.
ON THE NIQHT OF MAY FOUR
teenth, above Fort Steven, in South
channel, alnmt CO fathoms of net ; 40 fathoms
of Acotch 15 ply ,45 mesh deep. 9-inch mesh ;
'JO fathom limn. 13-ply 44-mesh deep, 9-Inch
mesh, all In old lines, Corks imnled E.P.C.
t'hider will n iiiru to T. W 1'rancls.E. P.
Co's .station. .klpannn.
ONTnE 12th, NEAR DE9DEMONA
sands, about 140 fa horns tt-raesh net ;
orks marked A. H. Owner apply to IVm.
Curt s. Hanthom .v Co's boat IB, at Jlwacu.
prove pr-p- rty and ny charges.
Rooms to Rent
ROOMS 9. lO. 13. AND 14. IN ODD
Fellows Bui ding, for rent. Inantre at
'ase's Bank, or of A. J. MEOLEtt, Oocldeut
To Whom It May Concern.
THE MILK BUSINESS HERETOFORE
carried on by I.N DARLVNO. will
hereafter 1p carried on by OaRLND &
M KTIN. I. N. Darland having sld an In
terest to Mr Martin.
Drink Milk and Get Fat.
evDon't fonret that I N. Darland always
keeps milk by the Glass. Pint, or Quart.
Small House For Sale
VTriTH A TWO YEARS LEASE.
Y Apply to C. A. MAY.
Away With Rings and Bulldosers!
P. H. FOX,
THE OLD SOLDIER,
For Justice of the Peac.
B. F. STEVENS & CO..
CITY BOOK STOBE,
Have just received a mammoth stock of
Books. The young and old, rich and poor
can all be accommodated.
AGENTS FOR THE
Kranich &. Kach and Jlandgfeldt A
Notni PianoMand TVeterm
Orders for all kinds of Music or Instru
ments will be promptly filled.
B. F. STEVENS & CO.
GERMANIA BEER HALL
BOTTLED BEER DEPOT,
CUenamwa Street, Astoria.
The Best of Lager 5 Cts. a Glass.
Ordors for tho Celebrated.
Columbia Brewery Beer
Left at this placo will be promptly
k"No cheap San Francisco Beer sold at
thLj place. .
Wm. BOCK, Proprietor.
Barnes Patent Foot and Steam
Power Scroll Saws.
Tenonen, Foraerti Etc.
Sol Inats, 838 JUrkftOK.
tl.A..t..l'PAAli TaVtnMV-v an1 HirdwA.
Catalog .e of au our goods snt free on ap
The One Price Store ! !
STILL LEADS IN THE CITY WITH THE
EM .Ms ! Largest Assortment:!
NORTH OF SAN FRANCISCO
Youth's and Boys'
Pine Dress Suits, Long Pants,
Pine Dress Suits, Knee Pants,
Strong School Suits, Long Pants,
Strong School Suits, Knee Pants.
For Men and Boys.
Straw, Wool . and Fur Hats of all Kinds.
White and Fancy Shirts, Overshirts, Underwear, Hosiery, Handker.
chiefs, Suspenders, Neckwear, Gloves, Motions, Etc. '
FOR LADIES' GENT'S AND CHILDREN.
Boots and Shoes of all Styles and Prices.
Trunks, Valises, and Umbrellas, Fishermen's Clothing, Etc., Etc
Sole A geii t Tor Ilutterick Patterns.
Pythian B tiding,
IMMENSE STOCK OF GOODS
TO ARRIVE THIS WEEK,
Direct From The East.
THE FINEST ASSORTMENT OF
Watches and Jewelry,
Books and Stationery,
Fa,ncy Goods, Etc.
All the LATEST STYLES and PATTERNS to Arrive
This Week, at
ADLER'S CRYSTAL PALACE.
New Goods for
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Direct from the Manufacturers, Retailed at
Belne In the. Manufacturing Business I am prepared to sll Clothing that will give
PEUFECT SATISFACTION both In FIT and QUALITY of Goods.
Perfect Fitting Wbite Shirts, Medium and Fine Grade
Underwear, ffewest Ntylos in Scarfs and Tics.
mWA. FULL STOCK OF FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN SUrriNG8.-5
D. A. McINTOSH,
OCCIDENT BLOCK, ASTORIA.
JOHN P. CLASSEN,
French and American Candies
Every'morntofr, fr m the
IN THE FOLLOWING LINES.
Frock Dress Suits
Sack Dress Suits,
coats, White Vests, Etc.
- Astoria, Oregon.
ti Fl imITm 1 'ClSJfc
'j'"'""r,',",i,,,- - .
Spring and Summer!
FIRST CLASS SHAVING
Hair Dressing Saloon.
FITTED UP IN A NEW AND ARTISTIC
manner. Every attention paid patrons.
I have fltied up a d 01 ena a nrst-cla.s
Barber shop at Cal Aiier's M stand oa
Chenam. rtreet, and am "1