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U'ite AsToiiiAX guarantees to it
vertisers th; lamest nrulati:i of
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ASTOKIA ASH VIL'IXITV.
The Slate .sailed yesterday for Situ
The Sea Kij has arrived at Antwerp,
lir3 days from Astoria.
A Xoltner, proprietor of the SiuiiiJurJ,
came down from Portland yesterday af
ternoon, Hills of lading, drawbacks, etu.. m
stock or printed to order at Tu k Astouian
. Job office.
An insane woman we examined yes
terday at the court housr- and poe.s to Sa
lem this morning.
The sale of reserved seats for 13.3 Vivo
opera company .begins at the Now York
Novelty store this morning.
The Jessie Jamison. EsMale. Chin.
Cotesaortlt, Aberlsivyth Castle and Rata,
are loading ytfmon for Liverpool and
The Astoria and Coast Transportation
Company will dispatch the A. I:. Firtd
to Grav's harbor next Saturday. .She
goes to'Tillamook on the 21st inst.
At llvo vesterday afternoon tilt unwel
come sound of the fire alarm seut ihe do
partment whirling down to Uuiontown.
Fortunately no damage was oceasiourd.
On Monday, the 7th prox., those who
drew prizes in the lottery of the 2d inst..
will have some niconew ceriificates to
that effect issued to them ?y the county
Glenn Peterson, from the Chehalis,
was in the city yesterday. Ho has done
as much as auYother one man to bring
his part of tho country into prominence
and propoww to do more this .season.
A technical ouestion now arisos regard
ing the legality of action taken vt the
last adjourned meeting of tho city coun
cil. Tho matter of the city attorneyship
seems to be tho principal point at issue.
Leaves hnvo their timo to fall, and
stars to set, and flowers to wither at the
east wind's breath, but just, when the Co
lumbia Water Company proposes to pup
ply a patient and thirsty community i
not yet made clear.
The petition to rojeal ordinance No.
o57 is receiving n good many signatures.
People must drink something, and unless
the Columbia Water Co. can pet over the
John Day difficulty the probability is
that the list will grow.
Of course you will take your sister or
soniebodv else's sister to the social that
the ladies of tho Methodist church give
at the church narlors this evening. Some
of our best local talent appear in an at-
traotive literary programme.
Tho schedulo of nrices charged for
travel over the Pacific railroads is issued.
From it is loarned that clergymen are
charged SG0 for a tioket from Portland
to St. Paul; government officials, $50;
drummers. 75: newspaper men, -S70;
"charity," $G0; railway employes, 50;
theatrical people, ia.
S. U. Crow has fitted up a fine suite of
rooms in Kinney's new building and will
to-day begin to take pictures in style
seoond to none. His establishment has
been furnished and designed with special
reference to fine work, and no expense
has been spared in the execution. Mr.
Grow is a permanent feature of the city
and deserves Astoria patronage.
No matter how big the berry or the po
tato or other product that is brought into
our office from the ousido, Clatsop always
calls the turn. "When tho mammoth ber
ries noted in yesterday's Astobiak were
brought in from Mt. Coffin it didn't soem
as though anything in tho berry line
oould discount them, but Clatsop beats
them, E. M. Grimes brought in threo
yesterday afternoon that were plucked
on John'Matier's place yesterday morn
ing. One of them, tho "boss" berry,
measures 5 inches in circumference,
and weighs an ounce and ? half; tho
others are not far behind in seize and
weight, the threo together being equal to
. a saucer full of ordinary berries. Matter
-fcaa about a half acio of them and ex
pects to clear $400 off of his patch of
strawberries this season, which ih not so
Cunauu) Aceldent Suicide.
About four o'clock yesterday afternoon
a girl known as Aimee, while riding in a
buggy with a compaion was thrown vio
lently to the ground striking on her head
and sustaining injuries which it is
.thought may prove fatal. Tho accident
'occurred near Wiliiamsport, and was oc
casioned by the buggy striking against a
etumn. The unfortunate girl was car
ried into town on a stretcher last eve
ning and was found to be completely
paralyzed from hor head downward, ft
is the opinion of the doctor in attendance
that sho cannot recover.
About the same time another inmate
of the Club, known as Julia, took a dose
of ether, giving as her reason that sho
was "tired of life." Prompt moans were
Xnmlufiter 3K3 ii ?S
probable that her rash resolve will nnibe
About half past live, u woman knov.'u
as JoBie Smith, living next to Music
Hall, shot herself in the left, breast, the
ball entering and lodging within. She
had.expressed her intention to kill her
self ana left two letters, ono of which
was not to bo opened till after her death.
It was thought last evening that the
wound would prove fatal.
Itfethodist Church Sochi!.
Tho ladies of tho Methodist Church
will give a social in the" church this
(Thursday) evening.- it will bo pre
ceded by a musical and literary enter
"tainraentof which the following is Ihe
1 Qu.vnTKTTE, Mrs. Middlebrook,
Miss F. Dickenson, Messrs. If. Middle
brook and S. Bozorth.
2 Reading, Miss Minnie Warren.
3 Vocal Solo, Mr. Godsey. -
4 Instrumental Solo. Miss "N'elHo
n Reading, Miss Helen Dickinson.
6 Vocal Solo. Mrs. Middlebrook.
7Reading, Miss Belle Lawrence.
8 Vocal Duet. (In costume) Miss
F-Bickinson and Mr. Godsej
Admission 25 cents. Strawberries
nnd'ico cream 25 cents each.
To the ladies.
Mrs. Pijger, of tho Leading Suit and
Cloak House of Portland, will
como dowu on Saturday, Juno 14th
on the Wide West. Sho will remain
o fa-a davs onlv. and the ladies of Astoria
will have a chanoa to consult with the
-rndnr of Fashions in regard to Styles.
etc. Mrs. Pilger has tho reputation of
being the best fitter ana most srynsu
dressmaker on this coast, and tho ladies
who are in need of Summer clothes, will
do well to commit her. She can be found
nt her Branch Store, next Rescue Engine
Gray sells Sackett Bros.' Al sawed
STTK VD TKHKITOKllI. MriVS.
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iuja:.jCrtUH 16, Uiiuucrais 14; bou&t.
ilopublicaub oj, Democrats 25. Republi
can majority on joint ballot, 12.
Eastern Oregon and Washington Ter
ritory papers say that $90,000 have been
paved to the- wool growers of the Terri
tory through tho recent reduction in
freigM rates on tho Northern Pacific.
Orders have been received at Vancou
ver barracks for tho exchange of the
Twenty-first infantry, Gen. Henry A.
ilorrow, colonel commanding, with the
Fourteenth infantry, Col. Hunt, of Fort
Sidney, Xebraska, department of tho
Mrs. Louise A. "Woods was, atSauJow?,
Ca!.. on the 10th, granted n divorce from
ox-Governor Georga L. "Woods, on the
grounds oi abandonment. Custody of
the minor child is awarded to Mrs.Woods.
The parties were married in Yamhill
county in 18j2. Abandonment is alleged
to have occurred in August, 18S2.
The t'xercssf of tho eighth annual
commencement of the Oregon state uni-
liacwilanreate sermon by the Itev. G.W.
Izerot J'ortlanu. llie number ot grnu
uates this vear is nineteen, twelve in tho
classical and scientific departments and
Mine in the normal department. Tho
whole number of students is 21G. Thero
is no primary department connected with
J. 11. Kiggi5, a horo raiser, was killed
on his ranch near llot valley, Wasco
county, on Sunday last. A mun in his
f mplov had lasobed n wild horse, which
had -iiec?eded in pulling tho lasso away
frc-m htm. Mr. Riggs rode after the es
caped liors.- end got hold of tho laaso,
which ha fastened to the horn of his sad
dle. I'lit wild horse being a strong ani
mal palled over tho pony on which he waa
riding, throwing Mr. Itiggs and breaking
his neck. He lived about half a day after
The following Chehalis county. W. f .,
items are taken from the Montesano
ViJeltc: At KIma, sheep are selling at G&
cents a pound; beef at 11 cents a pound
and upwards. There are plenty of cattle
up the river but the ranchers hardly know
what value to put on them. The Monte
s.uio city council protests to the postmas
ter guieri.l against the removal of the
postoflice from that city to a point one
and it half miles away." It is claimed to
be a case of pure stealing. Montgom
ery's stage, from here to Montesano, is
makiiiq throe lrip3 n week. Chehalis
has eight lawyers. The lioptist church
to h built in Chehalis will cost 1000.
Tlit 3Iornlug Prjt)Pr.
UV CA.1T. i:. :. KICUOL8, Or 7ITK SHU' TABS
Oh thou most merciful Judge, who
mnkelh the laws to govern tho soa; look
Thou over and have meicy upon up; grant
that wo may this day bo blessed with fees
to enable us and our friends to live in
luxury. Grant that new offices may be
made, and m.-w fees imposed for the ben
efit of thoo of oar friends who are too
proud io beg, and have no chpneo to
steal, and shii-owners how wholly they
uri la our hands, and at thy mercy.
Giv us strength Oh Judge! and an iron
nim to deal with any one who may repre
sent u-5 to the publio in our true light;
Thou kuowost there aro many ship mas
terswho rebel against our fust claims
and would withhold jegal fees! May
Justice and Vengeance pursue and over
take them as it did the capt. of the bark
in Hoston who had tho audacity to have
a pieco published in tho paper detriment
al to us, because he had to pay G for
shipping his cook, he knowing that it
was no fault of ours that two ran nwav,
and that they were not offered ono half
of tho fee for po doing. Thou knowest
how soon Jnstico was on his track, and
how it snubbed him off IJoston Light.
Thou knowest how Vengeance followed
him to Algoa bay and cast his ship upon
the shote, and that thv watchful ovo was
over that Wreck, from tho procoeds of
which the proceeds were paid. May thiB
bo tho fate of all who daro oppose thy
will. Oh merciful Judge, in times of de
pression wilt .thou instil into the hearts
of seamen to leave town the day they
sign to enable us to get a double fee for
shipping. Wo thank thee, Our Father
which art in congress, that thou hast got
this law; that thou haat permitted us to
almost wholly do away with English
phraseology; that wo have had wise men
and just, to insert new articles for tho
benefit of our officials both at home and
abroad. When the ships leave our shore,
watch over s.nd deliver them safely into
bunds of our foreign tepresentatives; giv
ing tho strength, power and firmness of
mind, lo collect all they can bring with
in their grasp. Wo know that many
consuls do not carry out thy law, there
by withholding money from tho treasury,
Disown, and recall them, and wo will
furnish men to fulfill thy laws.
Now look upon this day, and may wo
feel that wo aro one day nearer tho time
when foreign ships may gather under
Our Flag, thereby increasing fees ten
fold, and enabling us to build poorhousca
and asylums for our present shipmasters
and owners, and good houses for our
selves. Thou knowest that freights must
ba good to maintain all of our officials,
with our reduced number of ships, there
fore gathor in tho foreigners thptwe may
be enabled to increase tho number of our
officials, and also to preclude the possi
bility of having another president "re
moved" for want of a consulate.
rirst i'lsm Photograph Uallerj.
S. 1J. UroK who for tho past two sears
has had n picture gallery opposite the
court house has moved to hisnno new es
tablishment in Kinney's building almost
onposito St. Mary's hospital. No ex
pense has been spared in fitting up this
with all first-class requirements, and As
iorians who neod the best of work have
no further need of going elsewhere. The
j "& ffiiK". S5,S S
is gratefully appreciated, and he assures
the Astoria public that no effort shall be
spared io win their continued appro
bation. Mr. W. A. Bell, of San Francisco is as
sociated with him; his long experience
in tho best galleries of tho metropolis
will be of value to those who wish to ae
cure tho shadow ere -the substance fades.
The pub ic aro invited to call and inspect
j specimens of photographic work.
At tho annual session of the grand
lodgo of froo and accepted MasonH, held
in Portland last Tuesday, the following
officers were ole ted for tho ensuing year:
Grand ma.sier, D. P. Mason of Albany.
Deputy jjrand master, J. C. Pullerton of
Senior m-aud warden, A. Nnsburg of
Junor grand warden, B. Van Dnn of
Grand treasurer, Baxuuel Hughes of
Grand secretary, F. J. Babcook of
George Price, brought np from Astoria
by Constable Grant on a chargo of at
tempting to poison his wife.was arraigned
in Justice Green's court yesterday for ex
amination. Owing to tho refusal of tho
woman to prosecute and lack of ovidence
to sustain the charce. tho case was dis
missed. As to whether Price made an at-
tomnt to Txnson his better half or not
there is no information to be obtained.
A full lino of Ladies' Lace Mitts of all
descriptions, to be found ait the Empire
The latest patterns ana styles of
Ginghams and Calicoes, at the Empire
Dr. Henly's Dandelion Tonio tickles
the palate and gladdens the heart,
Tire 2U3 IKE'S CREW.
The Pacific Mail ateaniship llio tie
Janiero brought to this port Capt. Sam
uel H. Morrison of Bath, Me., master of
tho American ship JRawtfer, which was
wrecked last January on ono of tho
islands of tho Marshall group; also on
the same steamer the Captain's daughter,
the mate of tho ship and a part of the
ship's crew. Mr. Humphreys, the mate,
and tho Captain's daughter were married
tho day before tho ship sailed, making
their bridal tour on a now ship on hor
first voyage. While sailing along on Jan
uary 2d last, in water laid down on tho
chart as clear, and- ten miles from any
island, the ship stuck hnrd und fast on n
reef. When the ship wa3 found to be
hopelessly grounded and in danger of
breaking up, the officers and crew, twenty-eight
all told, accepted the -advice of
friendly natives and landed'oh the little
island Djai, where they were kindly
treated by the islanders, 'fne natives
live upon a paste made of arrowroot and
cocoanut, and on Jread-fruit.and fish,
and wear very little clothing. They had
never come in contact Avitn white per
sons before and were consequently very
curious. As soon ts possible tho sailors
began to build a -schooner which was
fortv feet long, aino.feai beam and had
fivo "feet depth of hold. In this the mari
ners sailed March lSch. On "the 10th of
January the second mate and four men
had sailed in the long boatfor Jaluit,
400 miles distant to get succor. March
15th the steward died of dropsy. On
the island were left, -alter tho
sailing of tht Schooner "with tho
captain, eleven sailors and two natives
tho mate, his wife and nine sailors.
The captain continues the narrative as
follews: '-We reached Jaluit. or Bonham
Islands after a rough passage of five days.
Found two German trading houses there,
strictly on the make; not so hospitable as
tho natives at Biai. Bv hiring money
from them at C per cent per month and.
giving mv curonomeier aau stuwuci aa
socuritv we managed to live, but they
would not send one of their schooners
to relieve my people left at Cjai. April
13 United States sloop-of-wcr Jissex res
cued the crow on Ujai, and sailed April
20 for Yokohama, whero we arrived May
o. The long-boat'fl crew was picked up
by the English bark Calatrfa-in sight of
L'lan or Armstrong island, January 21,
and then taken to Saigon. Arrived in
March and wore taken to Hongkong by
"General Mosby, tho United States con
sul, made timely exertion in procuring a
government steamer for our rescue, which
proved so successful. On board the Es
sex we were received and entertained
with mo3t o ordial and generous hospi
tnlitv hv nil tho officers and crew.
"From mv observation and what I
learned from tho traders tho chart3 of all
the coral reefs and islands of tho Mar
shall group and surroundings should be
blottod out and marked 'position and ex
istence doubtful' until they havo beon
surveyed. Tho Essex was fourteen hours
hunting for Ujai after her arrival nt the
position laid down on the charts. On
May 1G went on board tho American
steamship City of Rio de Janeiro, bound
to ban iTancisco, where we arnvea juno
4 in the afternoon."-S. E. Bulletin, 7th.
A Permanent Fixture.
Wo would inform - the readers of this
paper and ladies. of Astoria more par
ticularly, that the branoh store of J.
Pilger's Leading Suit, Cloak and Dress
Goods House of Portland, is an estab
lished and permanent business fixture in
our city. This statement we have been
requested to make through these columns
to contradict tho reports and statements
mode by other merchanta to tho effect
that their location in Astoria was only
for a short time. Th6se malicious re
ports do not speak well for the parties
circulating thorn, and certainly not in a
manly spirit of competition. Wo cheer
fully endorse their Bucce&j and refer our
renders to their now advertisement in to
day's issue, presenting a partial price list
of somo leading linea to the ladies of As
toria; also correcting tho impression that
goods are not 6oldby the vard. You can
purchase any quantity desired in any
goods. Silks," satins, Tolvets, dress fpods,
elc, at tho low prices quoted by this en
Oi Interest To The fcudles.
A full lino of Ladies' Silk, Lislo and
Cotton Hosiery and Muslin Underwear
at greatly reduced prices for a few days
only, at Tho Leading Suit and Cloak
House, next to Rescue Engine house.
Look at the show window of Jordan
& Bozorth's Crockery Store, and see the
fine assortment of Pottery for Flowers,
Odd lots of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
Corset3, etc., etc., at much less than
cost, at Cauka-UA-K & Co's., successors
Joo Leathers has two fine boats for
sale at the boat shop, one block west of
Hansen Bros.' mill.
A large stock of soft and stiff Hats In
all the latest styles, at Mcintosh's Fur
The Patent Lamp Filler.
Tho most useful household invention
of the ut?e. Call and see It. Also, extra
good Coal Oil forsale In quantities from
a pint to a barrel. Jokdak & Bozobtit.
The Oregon Blood Purifier Is Nature's
own remedy, and should be used to the
exclusion of all other medicines In dis
eases of the stomuch, liver and kidneys.
Brace up the whole system with King
ofthe Blood. See Advertisement.
Sleepless Nights made miserable
by that terrible cough. Sliiloh's Cure is
the remedy for you. Sold by W. R. De
ment fe Co
Shlloh's Vitallzer is what you need
for Constipation, Los3 of Appetite, Diz
ziness and all symptoms otJDyspepsIa.
Price. 10 and 75 cents per botile. Sold
by W. F. Dement.
All the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the choicest
perfumery, and toilet articles, etc-can
be Iwugbt at the lowest prices, at J. W.
Conn's dniK store, opposite Oc.Mden
Just received a new lot of Parasols, at
the Empire Store.
A full lino of ladies' and children
Shoos, latest styles, to be found cheap
at Arvoias, sign of tho Golden Shoe.
Shiloh's Cough and Consumption
Cure is sold by us on guarantee. It
cures consumption. Sold by W. E. De
ment El Tropuo,'' the best 5-cent ciar in
Astoria, atXaighton's, Water street, be
tween W 8th and W 9th.
The most popular bitters in the market
te Dr. Henly's Dandelion Tonic.
Boston Baked Beans and Brown Bread
every Sunday at Jeff's from 5 a.m. to
Don't pay CO cents elsewhere when
you can Ret the beet dinner in town nt
JEFF'S for 25 cents.
The Peruvian syrup has cured thon
sands who were suffering from dvsnen
sia, debility, liver complaint, boils, hu
mors, female complaints, etcramph
lots free to any address. Seth W.Fowlf
Croup, Whooping Couch and Bron
chitis immediately relieved by Shlloh's
Cure. Sold by W. E. Dement.
Ten of twenty-seven Mexican states
hold elections this fall.
All tho little Morrison tadpoles aro
turning into Tildon frogs. Philadelphia
Give him microscope enounh. and But
ler can sco his boom.- Nexo Orleans Pic
ayune. Somebody ought to endorse the busi
ness men of New York right away. Cin
The Bepnblicans of Maino have nom
inated all their present representatives
in congress for re-election.
Now let Pasteur, who has discovered a
romedy for hydrophobia, try his hand on
Borbonism. Richmond IVhig.
A ticket for wemen: For president,
Becky Jones of New York. Platform
Don't talk. Philadelphia Presk.
All that Ls needed to make Massachu
setts a tariffiiefoim state is thorcugh and
persistent agitation. Boston ' JJcrold
The 1Vashinylon Post ont-Wattersons
Watterson. Its platform is: "A tariff
for revenue only, with unavoidable pro
tection. The verdict of the Washington Post
(Dem.) is: "The Democratic party is as
broad as the continent, but it has no
room for a protectionist."
The McDonald boom is unfortunate in
its proportions, being too small for a tent
and too large for n napkin. Colonel Wat
terson's squint eyed goddess of reform
will have to work it up into a crazy quilt.
Should Mr. Tilden die before the con
vention it will only be necessary to run a
stick through an old suit of his clothes.
put his hat upon it and march up the
unanimous. Louisville Post. '
Gen. Benjamin F. Butler has written a
letter formally accepting another presi
dential nomination that of tli3 anti
monopoly party. He will drive a four-in-hand
through 'the Democratic national
convention. Washington Republicun.
The completest failure of the season in
politics, remarks the Chicago 'Tribune, is
"our own Colonel W. I. Morrison. He
was courageous at the wrong time and he
was panicky at tho wrong time. He has
never once blundered into the risht di-
Tection at tho right time."
The conntryho3 never seen anything
like the Tilden boom. It is sweeping
every state without a break. The unin
augurated ex-president will havo tho
honor of being the only man who ever re
ceived a presidential nomination with
out n ballot' by acclamation. St. Louis
GOOD WORK FOB ALL.
Largo, little, small or tall, whether
from city or country, are promised tho
most artistic photographs that ean be
produced from the largest and only
complete gallery In the Northwest.
Abell&Son, 29 Washington St., Port
land. To Our Patron.
Wo do not claim to sell our goods at or
below cost we sell with a living profit
and our prices aro lower than the pre
tended cost of our competitors. Pilger's
Branch Leading Suit and Cloak House.
YFI1I Close at 8:30 P. 91.
On and after tbia date the Model Din
ing Saloon will close at 8:30 p. m., except
ing Saturday evenings, and on special
occasions. June 9, 1834.
Dinner af'J EFF'SCHOP HOUSE
everyday from 450 to 8 o'clock. The
best 25-cent meal in town; soup, fish,
seven kinds of meats, vegetables, pie,
pudding, etc. Tea or coffee included.
All who have tried him say Jeff is the
Just received at T. G. Itawllngs' a
large stock of cigars, Cigarettes, and
the choicest brands of tobacco. .
Stop That Cough
Bv going to-J.E. Thomas's and getting
a bottle of Loroy's Cough Balsam.
It will cube you.
For a Neat Fitting Boot
Or Shoo, go to P. .1. 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 work.
RoscOe 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 cat, that at
his place they can bo accommodated.
Buy your Lhne of Gray at Portland
Arvold sells Boots and Shoes cheaper
than any one else In town, because we
buy for cash.
For a number one cigar, try Laigh
ton. Arvold will sell a large stock of Boots
and Shoes at cost, at the Leading boot
and shoe store.
SmLon'3 Cube will immediately
relieve Croup, Whooping Cough, and
Bronchitis. Sold by W. E. Dement & Co
FIRST CLASS SHAVING
Hair Dressing Saloon.
FITTED UP Df A NEW AND ARTISTIC
manner. Etery attention paid patrons.
I hare fitted up and opened a ilrst-class
Barbershop at Carl Adler'a old stand on
Chenamus street, and am ready for business
Business for Sale.
A "WELL KNOWN AND LONG E8TAB
lUhed Grocery Store ou the principal
street in the cltv, ulth a good caih rrade,
and constantly Increasing. Location made
known on application at this olllce.
a-Tlils Is a rare chance.
Oregon Paint and Varnish Works,
Paints, Varnish id Lacpr.
Any shade mixed and ground to ordor.
O. F. PEARSON A Co.,
P.O. Box 14S. Portland, Or
For the information of certain persons
and for my own interoat, I will state
thntlhaTe practiced medtcino on this
Coast Binca 1851, having graduated at
th6 University of Maryland in 1848.
Twentv six voara of thin time has beon
devotod to the treatment of diseases of
Men, Women, and Children, Tho' bal
ance of the timo I havo been in tho ser
vioe of tho United States.
T. T. CABANISS, M. D.
Astoria, Juno 6th, 1884.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
ATMRS.GEO.IIILLER-S, NEXT DOOR
to Weston Hotel.
Rooms To Rent.
ROOMS 9. IO. 13, AND 14. IN ODD
Fellows Building, for rent. luqulre at
Case's Bank, or of A. J. MEG LKR, Occident
ATA MEETING or THE BOARD OF
Directors of the Astoria and Coast
Transportation Co. heldat their office June
10th, an assessmr nt of 25 per cent on the
capital stock of the company, was levied,
payable Immediately at tho oalce ofthe sec
retary. All stock on which said assessment
ls not paid on or before the 10th day of June.
ism. will be declared delinquent, and sold
according to law as provided bytha By-J
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A. VAN DUSEN & CO.,
Hardware and Ship Chandlery,
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish,
. Binacle Oil, Cotton Canvas,
Hemp Sail Twine.
Cotton Sail Twine,
Wrought Iron Spikes,
Galvanized Cut Nails,
Pniuts nnil Oils, Croecrf e. etc.
- NOTICE. -Boat
Sails to be Given Away
Three Private FlshetinVn
Can'get NEW MAINSAILS iornextto noth
tag by calling on A.M. JHNSONr
Wilson & Fisher,
Iron, Steel. Coal. Anchors, Chains,
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
NAILS AND SPIKES,
Shelf Hardware, Paints and Oils
STEAM PACKING, -PROVISIONS.
FLOUR AWI MUX FEKI.
Agents for Salem Flouring Mills,
and Capital Flour.
All slzos, nt Tortland Prices, In Stock.
Comer Chenamus and Hamilton Streets
J. C. TItULLINGER, - - - Proprietor.
MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN
All Kinds of Lumber,
OX AND AFTER THIS DATE WILL
sell Lumber andBoxes at following ratal:
AIIEoukIi Lumber, (only to special
agreement. .$10 00
No. 1 rioorlnz and Kustlc. (only tospo-
clal agreement) JS20 00
No. 2 Mooring and Kustic, (only to.spe
clal agreement) 810 oo
.Mouldings, io per ceut. cueaper tnan any
body. Fish Boxes. 14j cents at mm. Snooks, 12
cents nt mill.
Manufacturer of -
French and American Candies
Every mornmff, from tho
ASTORIA o-B AK ERY-
BARRELS AND HALF-BARRELS
All Kinds of Cooperage Done.
ese-Leave orders with JOHN ROGERS,
Superintendent, at Central Market-
J. W. RUDDOCK,
Practical Plumbing in Ail Its
Steam and Gas Fixtures,
A Complete Stock ot Flrst-clawi Material.
AH Work Guaranteed.
Office and Shop In Euro's building, rear
of Wheeler & ltobb's, Astoria, Oregon.
CANNERYMEN ! !
PACIFIC METAL W0BKS
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.
48 TVorth second. St., Portland, Or.
115 4t 117 lrt St., flan Fraiiolflee
FOARD 4 STOKES.
A. FULL LINK OF
Just Finished in Rear of Store.
GAPE ANN OILED CLOTHING,
OVERALLS, COATS. HATS,
SHIRTS, GCM BOOTS, Etc.
And a complete outfit, of Best Quality, and
at the LOWEST PRICE of anyEstab
lishment in theclty.
P. A. STOKES & CO.
Have opened a NewStock of Al goods In the
store next door to Foard & Stokcsahd .
To all Customers.
House To Rent.
INQUIRE AT COUNTY
C. H. COOPER!
Leading Dry Goods
We are now shoving the largest and choicest asaort
mentof BLACK and COLORED SILKS ever shown in
Astoria at REMARKABLY LOW FIGURES.
Ladies in need of such goods and want to get the
genuine article would do well to give us a call.
Bonnet's famous Black Silks in all numbers. Rich
Brocaded Silks, Rhadames, Moires and Cet Colored.Gro
Grain Silks. Latest Shades. Taney Brocaded Silks, Mew
Designs. Evening Silks, in all the latest tints. Summer
Silks in checks and stripes.
Coffee and Ice Cream Tarlors.
- CIIEXAIUUS STItKET.
Bread and Gak
OF AUL KIXDS.
Weddlnjcs and Parlies supplied with strictly
French and American-o
Manufactured, Wholesale aud Retail.
ON TIIE ROADWAY.
Jordan & Bozorth
The Only Exclusive
ft. IS. Hare Solu Right to llie
Patent lamp Filler,
New Goods for
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Direct from the Manufacturers, Retailed at
Being in tho Manufacturing Business I am prepared to sell Clothing that will civo
PERFECT SATISFACTlON-both In FIT and QUALITY of Goods,
Perfect Fitting White Shirts, Medium and Fine Grade
Underwear., fewest Styles in Scarfs and Ties.
CV FULL STOCK OF FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN SUITINGS.-Wr
d. a. Mcintosh,
h -I OCCIDENT BtOCK,
and Clothing House
- Astoria, Oregon.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE THE A3TO
rlaWood Yard. Gray's Dock, foot of
Benton street, will sell wood at the follow
ing prices aud deliver wherever tho streets
aro planked, between Trulllnger'a Mill and
O'Brien's Hotel, back to Astor street :
Green Alder, 2-cut $1 CO per cord. Iour 93
Dry do do
r fi'nTIomln'L- tin
and S. limb do
aud S. limbs do
a oo do
do 5 25
5 75 do
Wood of All Kinds
By the Scow load at REDUCED KATES.
J. H. D. OKAY
Astoria. February 1st, 1834.
Royal Brand Flout
Manufactured by the
OREGON MILLING COMPANY
Is of Superior Quality, and is Endorsed
by all who use It.
THE HOUSEKEEPER'S FAVORITE
Of Suporlor Rising Quality.
Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction.
WYATT & THOMPSON
Nolo Agents for Axtorla.
17MVU HUNDRED CORDS DBY flEAl
' lock Wood, which I will deliver at th
houses ot customers for $4 a cord.
Draylujr or all kinds done at reasoaahl
rates. R. B. MARION.
Spring and Summer!
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