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Xiive and let live.
The old schoolhonce iu district No. 1 is
The Gen. ITiles 1 doing a good freight
and passenger bnsmes. .
Tho Wide West comes down with e
cursionists this evening. .
Several state exchanges hoiat the names
of Blame and Logan at the top of their
The city counoil holds a special session
to-night, donbtless to take action regard
ing the public interests of the citizens.
Tbo A. B. Field3 is off for Gray's bar
bor with freight and passengers this
morning. She goes to Tillamook next
Tho weather has been unusually cool
and cloudy for this season, and a spark
ling firo in the evening is among the com-
rortB of life.
A. H. Johnson has bought the entire
Btook of the Star market and will con
" tinue the business undor the firm name
of AVherry & Co.
The indications nut that the Do Vivo
opera troupe, which appears at Occidental
hall next Monday, will have ono of tho
largest audiences eer seen in Astoria.
The annual reunion of the pioneers of
tms state will take place at balem next
Tuesday and "Wednesday. The transpor
tation lines will carry passengers at re
Tho street fakirs who usually work As
toria in the Bummer mouths are not reap
ing as rich a nan est as usual this season
and the peddler nuisance ims almost en
Tho ladies of the M. K. churrh desire
to express their thanks tall lluve vho
assisted in the ontertainment given on
Thursday evening, and albo to Messrs.
Stevens & Co. for tho use of their piano.
The American ship Alameda, 1 171 tons,
of Bath, Me., Nickels, master, litf days
from New York, with railroad material,
arrived in yesterday afternoon, and goes
to Portland at three" this rnoiuim.
The San Francisco steamers aro not
carrying as much salmon as usual this
season, out they make it up on other pro
ducts of tho state. 'I he State of Cali
fornia on her last trip down had on hoard
388,771 pounds of wool.
Tom Gardiner, the veteran newspaper
manager, and an old tiino Sacramentan,
has started the Victoria, B. C, Daily
Times. It is n lively seven-column jour
nal and has a breezy send off that argues
well for its future success.
Green apples, poars and p6aches are in
the market; berries and cherries aro
plenty, and report says the blackberry
crop is something immense. Blackberries
are always red when they're green, but
will be blue when they aro ripe in s few
Note the excursion ad. for to-morrow.
The Gen. Jlilcs will leave Gray's dock at
eight for Ilwaoo and the fort's and will
return in time for those who want to go
to Portland on the Wide West Tho
trip is a delightful one and will be en
joyed by many.
Seattle's new waterworks began opera
tions last "Wednesday. A hose carriage
was run out, tho hose attached to a hy
drant and a stream of water rushed
through the inch-and-a-half-nozzlo "one
hundred and twenty-five feet perpendicu
larly into the air." That was line. By
the way, how about the hydrants in As
toria? This will be a nice cool evening, and
when our city council meets to-night
to talk over putting in hydrants and re
pairing streets and such matters as affects
the general welfare ot the tax payers oi
the city, thero will be excellent oppor
tunity to start toward practical execution
some of the most pressing demands of
Rescue Engine Co., No. 2, will appro
priately celebrate their seventh birthday
as a firo company by a grand anniversary
ball to be given at Occidental Hall next
Thursday evening, the 19th inst.. on
which occasion tho company will be
seven years old. Frank L. Parker,
Herman F. Prael and "Win. E. Warren,
axe the floor committee.
The near approach of the completion
of the Columbia water works is a matter
of considerable importance to citizens of
Astoria. For the last three years the
summer supply of water has been very
unsatisfactory and the cause of endless
annoyance. It is hoped that as soon as
- permanent communication is established
between here and Bear creek, the days
when it was necessary to go hunting for
a pitcherful of water will have passed
O. Carlson came to town yesterday
morning bringing up a partner of his
named Mettlin, who is badly banged up,
"' being hacked and shot till it is doubtful
if he will recover. Last Thursday even
ing Carlson and Mettlin had some trouble
with three or four Greeks at Sand island
about tbe ownership of a net, which
ended in a general attack being made on
Mettlin. He was carried to the hospital.
He was cut to the ribs on tho left side,
and an ugly gash inflicted on the right
Bhoulder, besides a shot from a revolver
that struck him on the inside of the left
thigh, and another that entered his right
side. The 'most wonderful part of the
whole business is that the poor fellow is
Last Monday's Oregonian has an item
about a new barn that Mr. "W. S. Lidd is
building in East Portland, which is quito
a barn as regal ds size. It is G2 x 200 feet,
and has a 10-foot basement. That part
of it is all right enough, but tho Orego
nian says it is "the largest barn ever
built in Oregon." Now the writer is not
nested on barns, but ho knows that Dan
warren has a barn at Skipauou that is
186 x 88-feet, and has a 9-foot basement,
bo that as far as size is concerned, Mr.
Ladd's barn covirs 12,403 square feet,
which is a tidy sort of barn for Multno
mah county and Mr. "Warren's bam
, covers 16,368 square foot. Clatsop is a
.good sized county, and there are several
precincts yet to near from.
GET THE BEST.
Cheap photographs must be poor
photographs. Abeil & Son,- our leading
photographers, do no choap work. They
ask fair prices and give far superior
work to any gallery in tho Northwest
and equal to tho best in America. 29
Washington St., Portland.
Te tlic Ladle.
Mrs. Pilger, of the Leading Suit and
Cloak House of Portland, will
come down on Saturday, June 14th
on the Wide West. Sho will remain
a few days only, and the ladies of Astoria
will have a chance to consult with the
Leader of Fashions in regard to Stales,
etc. Mrs. Pilger has tho reputation of
being tho best fitter and moBt stylish
dressmaker on this coast, and the ladies
who are in need of Summer clothes, will
do well to consult her. She can be found
at ber Branch Store, next Rescue Engine
'lie Looted Around and ITa Gone!"
Tho sad record of "Death among tho
Breakers' is up to tho usual average of
fatality this year. Whether familiarity
with danger causes one to grow indifter
ent to it, as men in battle cease to quiver
at the pound of shrieking bullets, or
whether it is that no human foresight
can guard against the dangers that at
tend tho turn of the tide, certain it is
that no pirt of tho coast has as dreary a
record for death as the sweep of sea that
rolls in on Clatsop spit. Tho latest to
record is tho drowning of John Huhtala,
last Thursday night. That afternoon he
and his boat-puller went down from the
I X L cannery, and at slack water were
off Clatsop spit, all ready to return. A
lew moments delay proved fatal, a chop-
ping.iea unsinj;, cnu men a great wave,
that struck tho boat, capsizing it, end
throwing the occupants some distance
into the sea. The uoat-pnller scrambled
upon tho boat as it turned over, and
lurneu to see aiier nis partner, xiumaia,
but tho unfortunate man had become en
tancled in the net and was swept out on
tho refluent wave. AVhen next tho boat-
puller looked around he was gone. Ho
drifted around for some hours and was
finally rescued by ono of the boats from
the same company.
Huhtala was a man about 35 years of
age, was feet 7 inches m height, light
mustache, and was dressed in a blue flan
nel shirt and ovcralLs,and had on his. per
son a silver watch, lhe 1 a L cannery
will pav a reward of $23 for the recovery
of the body.
"The steamship Empire is to lorm a
union w ith the Wilmington and run in op
position to the steamers of the Pacific
Coast Company. The present trip of the
Empire is the last under a long arrange
ment with tho othor company, by which
the Empire was subsidized at tho rate of
1,500 a mouth, sho agreeing in consider
ation of the receipt of that amount to
abstain from entry upon the Victoria
trade, to keep up rates, and to give to
the Pacific Coast Company its receipts
for freight to Paget Sound ports. A sim
ilar arrangement existed for a time be
tween the Pacific Coast Company and
lhe Wilmi.iglon, by which tho latter re
ceived a subsidy of 1,700 a month.
The passage rates of tho Empire and
Wilmington will be 20 per cent lower
than those of tho other steamers, or
until further changed, $16 to and from
San Francisco in the cabin, and 8 in
the steerage. Seattle Post-Inlrlligai-
I'lrtt Class Photograph GaHtry.
S. B. Crow who for the past two years
has had a picture gallery opposite tho
comt hoiibO has moved to nisnno new es
tablishment in Kinney's building almost
opposite St. Marj's hospital. No ex
pense has been spared in fitting up this
with all first-class requirements, and As
torians who need the best of work have
no further need of going elsewhere. Tho
liberal patronago bestowed on Mr. Crow
is gratefully appreciated, and he assures
tho Astoria public that no effort shall bo
sparod to win their continued appro
bation. Mr. W. A. Bell, of San Francisco is as
sociated with him; his long experience
in the best galleries of the metropolis
will bo of value to thoso who wish to so
cure tho shadow ero -the substance fades.
Tho public are invited to call and inspect
specimens of photographic work.
OFFICERS OK VDL0D0E, F.& K. SI.
Mr. B. Van Duseiwarrived home from
Portland yesterday afternoon, and fur
nishes the following list of the officers of
tho grand lodge, F. & A. M., which were
installed by P. G. M. W. T. Wright last
Thursday morning. G. M., D. P. Mason;
D. G. M., J. C. Fullerten: G. 8. W., A. S.
Nasberg; G. J. "W., B. Van Dusen; G.
Treas., Sam Hughes; G. Sec, F. J. Bab
cock; G. C. J. B. N. Bell; Orator, R. W.
Hill; G. S. D., J. F. Bobinsen: G. J. D.,
J. S. Vaughn; G,S. B., H. E. Harris; G.
S. B., O. F. Bell; G. M., J. C. Nowland;
S. S., J. T. Cooper; J. S., E. H. Burchard;
G. T., G. WilPon.
A Pcriuancut Fixture.
We would inform tho readers of this
paper and ladies of Astoria more par
ticularly, that tho branch store of J.
Pilger's Leading Suit, Cloak and Dross
Goods House of Portland, i3 an estab
lished cud permanent business fixture in
our city. This statement wo have been
requested to make through these columns
to contradict the reports and statements
msdo by other merchants to the offect
that their location in Astoria was only
for a short time. These malicious re
ports do not speak well for the parties
eircnlatincr them, and certainly not in a
manly spirit of competition. We cheer
fully endorse their success and refer our
readers to their new advertisement in to
day s issue, presenting a partial price list
of some leading lines to tno ladies of As
toria; also correcting the Impression that
goods are not sold by tho yard. You can
purchaso any quantity desired in any
goods, bilks, satins, velvets, dress floods,
etc., at the low prices quoted by this en
Ot Interest To Tlie Undies.
A full line of Ladies' Silk, Lisle and
Cotton Hosiery and Muslin Underwear
at greatly reduced prices for a few days
only, at The Leading Suit and Cloak
House, next to .Rescue Engine house.
A large stock of soft and stiff Hals in
all the latest styles, at Mcintosh's Fur
Tlie Patent Lamp Filler.
The inotf useful household Invention
of the age. Call and see It Also, extra
good Coal Oil for sale hi quantities from
a pint to a barrel. Jord.vk & Bozortii.
To Our Patrous.
We do not claim to sell our goods at or
below cost wo sell with a living profit
and oar prices are lower than the pre
tended cost of our competitors. Pilger's
Branch Leading Suit and Cloak House.
Will Close at 8:30 P. M.
On and after this date the Model Din
ing Saloon will close at 8:30 v. ar., except
ing Saturday evenings, and on special
occasions. - Juno 9, 18.
Furnished Rooms Jo Rent.
Inquirc'at Mrs. Campbell's, oer Gem
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 stomach, liver and kidnes's.
Gray selh Sackett Bros.' Al sawed
An old sells Boots and Shoes cheaper
than any ono else in town, because we
buy for cash.
Arvold will sell a large stock of Boots
and Shoes at cost, at the Leading boot
and shoo store.
Dr. Henry's Dandelion Tonio tickles
the palata and gladdens the heart,
Buy your Lime of Gray
The latest patterns and styles of
Ginghams and Calicoes, at the Empire
Just received a new lot of Parasols, at
the Empire Store.
A full line of ladies' and children's
Shoes, latest styles, to bo found cheap
at Arvold's, sign of tbe Golden Shoe.
8TATE A5D TERRITORIAL ITCWS.
Portland nominated councilmen last
Thursday, and will have a municipal elec
tion next Monday.
Tho work of 'ballasting the railroad
track from Portland to Kalama is stead
ily progressing. It is expected that tho
track will be finished by tho middlo of
next month, by which tune tne Dig uraius-
ier boat will be completed.
It is rumored, says tho Seattle Post,
that James McNaucht will soon lose
his position as attorney for the North
ern Pacifio Railroad Company, in which
case he will undoubtedly wheel in hne
with the peoplo of 8eattle, and in fact,
the wholo territory, in urging tho for
fe.ture of the unearned land grant.
Tho "kid" fund of $5003 collected in
tho Cceur d'Alene mining region for the
first, baby bom -rt ithin the territory, was
awarded to tho wifo of n freight hand on
the Northern Pacific, who walked twenty
fivo miles thronahBnow from ten to fifteen
feet deep that her child might first see
the light in accordance with the terms of
the prize and receive the money.
The army reunion and military tourna
ment to bo held Jit McMinnville on tho
15th, 16th and 17th of Julynext, promises
to be a great event. It is on the same
plan as that held at Portland last year.
Posts from all parts of tho state will be
in attendance, several pieces of artillery
will be brought up, and the governor and
staff will be present." Sevend'companies
of infantry and cavalry wilf.be organized
end fully equipped for the occasion in
various parts of the county and state.
The finest and by far the largest tug
boat on Puget Sound, or any contiguous
waters, is now belhg built at Port Lud
low, by the Port Ludlow Mil Company.
It is about 230 feet-long, with a width of
beam of twenty-six feet, and depth of
eighteen feet. It "is built entirely of
native lumber, and is thoroughly and
substantially coppered. Fifty-four me
chanics are now actively at work on the
boat, and by July 15th it will be com
pleted. No pains havo been spared in
auy part of the boat to make it compact,
strong and neat in finish. The conse
quence is that it will be the heaviest and
most powerful in all tho northwestern
The business men and citizens of Rai
nier and Cedar landing are agitating the
question of opening a road from that
place to tho Nehalem this fall. The Mist
learns that a party will bo sent out some
time in July to survey and viow oat tho
most practicable route between tho two
points. The proposed road will pass
through the Beaver and Clatskauie val
leystwo of tho finest vallejs In the
county and will render accessible and
eas3" of settlement some of the best farm
ing land in tho county, besides giving an
easy and direct outlet for tbe settlers on
the Nehalem to the Columbia river, over
a road that will be settled tho entire
length, thus insuring its being kept in
good repair at all times.
"In the uamo of common sense," says
the Tacoma, W. T., Ledger, "what does
tbe active work now going on along this
uncompleted portion moan but good
faith? ' It means buncomb, farud, hum
bug. Nothing less. The section of twen-ty-fivo
miles westward from Aiqsworth
never has been operated as a railroad.
When tho government inspectors came
out the gentlemen who said tho Puyal
lup coal road was all right an engine
and car were ran from tho main line to
tho end of the track on a littlo excursion,
then run back and hauled off. That was
tho beginning and is thus far the end of
active operation on any legitimato por
tion of the Cascade branch. To-day a
hand car furnishes the only means of
locomotion afforded by the Northern Pa
cific Railroad Company on its Cascade
branch, and the force employed in "rush
ing the work" on that much desired sec
tion of railroad could not, unless aug
mented many fold, complete it until tho
middlo of the twentieth contury.
A correspondent in tho Cceur d'Alene
wroto from Eaglo City recently: "At
present the town shows a great contrast
to what it was a fortnight ago; tben all
"was me, bustle ana ma or sanguine
hope; now oven the staunchest shake
their heads doubtfully and prepare to
turn their backs upon the oagorly sought
for Eldorado3. Daily a number of places
aro being closod by tho sheriff, and at a
publio sale of a saloon which took place
yesterday, the building and lot 50x75, in
cluding $600 worth of liquors, sold for
$125; property that was considered of
$1500 value only last week is offered to
day at $600 or $700, and tbe depression
is general. At Murrayrille things look
a little livelier, and a great many
of thoso leaving here have gone
thither, for there some claims are
worked and a number of men have con
sequently found employment, but these
the or six mines can employ but a lim
ited number of hands, and In a few
days Murrayvillo will be a3 quiet and
dull as Eagle city is to-da'.
The Popular Approval
Of the now famous Syrup ot Fig3 as the
most efficacious and ogreablo prepara
tion ever oflered to the world as a cure
for Habitual Constipation. Biliousness,
Indigestion and kindred Ills, has been
won by the wise plan pursued by the
California Fig Syrup company. Know
ing that one remedy truly beneficial in
Us effects on the system, and at tho same
time pleasant to tho taste, will meet
with a ranld sale, the Coinnanv. through
Its agent for Astoria, W. E. Dement &
Co., gives avf ay sample bottles free of
charge. Try it and judge for yourself.
Large bottles titty cents or one dollar.
Dinner at"J EFF'JTCHOP HOUSE
everyday from 4:550 to 8 o'clock. The
best 25-cent meal in town; soup, tish,
seven kinds of meats, vegetables, nle.
pudding, etc. Tea or coffee Included.
All who have tried him sav Jeff Ls the
For a Neat Fitting: Boot
Or Shoe, go to P. J. Goodmans, on Che
namus street, nest door to I. W, Case.
AH 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 an a caterer assures
all who like good things to eat. that at
his place they can be accommodated.
Brace up tha wholo system with King
of the Blood. See Advertisement.
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bron
chitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's
Cure. Sold by W. K. Dement.
A Xasal Injector free with each
bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy
Price 50 cents. Sold by W.E. Dement
All tho patent medicines advertised
In this paper, together with the choicest
perfumery, and toilet articles, etc-can
be bought at tbe lowest prices, at J. W.
Conn's drue store, opposite OcMden
A full lino of Ladies' Lace Mitts of all
descriptions, to be found at the Empire
Shiloh's Cough ana Consumption
Cure Is sold by us on guarantee. It
cures consumption. Sold by W.E.De-
Shiloh's Cure will immediately
relieve Croup, Whooping Cough, and
Bronchitis. Sold by W. EVDement & Co
Dontpay 50 cents elsewhere when
you can get the beet dinner Id town at
JEFF'S for 25 cents.
Sleepless Nights made miserable
by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is
the remedy for you. Sold by W. E. De
ment & Coj
Shiloh's Vltallzer is what you need
for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Diz
ziness and all symptoms ofDysDeDsla.
Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. Sold
by W.. Dement.
THE OLD WORLD ATO THE-HEW.
Tilden's letter surprises the Demo
crats. It is thought that Blaine will take the
On Thursday tho senate passed the
nver ana uaruur appropriation Out.
A dispatch has been received at Lon
don from tho governor of Dongola stat
ing that El Mahdi has been croahingly
aoieaieu oj iuo -Laa.tma times.
In tho English house of commons on
the 12th, tho amendment to the franchise
in favor of female suffrage, was rejected
by a vote of 27 to 135. Gladstone stated
during the course of the debato that if
the amendment were adopted the gov
ernment would not bo answerablo for the
passage of the bill.
Tho London Times correspondent tele
graphs from "Wady Haifa that "Berber
surrendered twelve days ago, so the re
ports already received in London were
true. The correspondent -i3. informed
that the rebel General Aboul. has col
lected 100,000 men around Berber. After
the fall of Berber 30,000 Arabs were aent.
Wall street is flooded with unfavorable
rumors. On Thursday it was reported
that the First National baak of Cleve
land had suspended, but advices state
that the institution is doing business as
usual. It is rumored that the govern
ment experts have discovered a deficiency
of 20,000,000 in the Union Pacific sink
ing fond, and that the money was used
to sustain the market value osthe stocks.
President Dillon states that tho company
has done no thing whatever ircstock, and
that not a dollar was OMd. for such
Bill Nye first wrote in Wyoming for a
little sheet called tbe Sentinel. His de
scription of the year he Bpent- with this
publication, a3 detailed to 'the writer,
shows what ho had to deal witb.
The Sentinel," said Nye, with a kind
of half reproachful, half surprised look,
was a morning paper. "We printed it
before sundown and then distributed it
before breakfast. It thus had tha ap
pearance of extrome freshness and damp
ness. 'Old Jimmie Hayford was the mana-
Ker of tho paper. I don't know whether
o got into the penitentiary or the Green
back party. All that I know about it is
that he was sentenced to a life of soli
tary confinement. The boys used to call
him Deacon Hayford to be sarcastic, for
he was the wickedest man in Wyoming.
Still ho was warm hearted and goner
ous to a fault. He was more generous
to a fault thaii'he over was toanybodv
else, especially to his own faults.
" He gave mo $12 a week to edit the
paper, local, telegraph, selections, re
ligious, sporting, fashion, political and
obituary, He said $12 a week was too
much, but if I would jerk the press oc-,
casionally and take care of tbe children
he would try to stand it. Perhaps I
might havo been there yet if I hadn't
bad a rcdhot political campaign and
measles among the children at the samo
time. Measles and politics won't mix.
So I said ono day Pd have to draw the
line at measles.
"I then drew my princely salary and
quit, having acquired a stylo of fearless
and independent journalism which I still
retain. I can write up things that never
occurred with a masterly and graphic
hand. Then if they occur afterward, I
am grateful; if not, I bow to the inevi
table, and smother my chagrin."
Mr. Nye is 33 years of age, nearly six
feet high, and by profession an attorney.
Ho was police judge of Laramie City for
six years after quitting the Sen fine, writ
ing for the Denver Tribune in 1880-81, in
which year ho became manager of the
Laramie Boomerang, and continued to
act in that capacity until last autumn,
when he was taken with a very severe
and almost fatal illness, in consequence
of which ho has done very littlo writing
the past year. He -is now, however, in
better health than foryears. He lives at
Hudson, Wis., on St. Croix lake.
Just received at T. G. Rawliugs' a
large stock of cigars, Cigarettes, and
tho choicest brands of tobacco.
Stop That Cough
By going to J. E. Thomas's and getting
a bottle of Leroy's Cough Balsam.
It will cube voir.
The most popular bitters in the market
is Dr. Henry's Dandelion Tonic.
Boston Baked Beans and Brown Bread
every Sunday at Jeffs from8,A.M. to
For Gray's Harbor
A. B. FIELD,
Will sail for GRAY'S HABBOB on
SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1884.
arPor Freight or Passage apply to J. O.
Hustler, at Slain Street Wnart.
Astoria and Coast Trans
J. C. TBULUNGER, - - Proprietor.
3IANUFACTUBRU OF AJfD DEALEB K
All Kinds of Lumber,
ON AND AFTER THIS DATE WILL
sell Lumber andBoxos at following rates:
All Rough Lumber, (only to special
agreement), . S10 00
No. l Floonnz and Rustic. (only tospe-
clal agreement). . L. $20 00
No. 2 Flooring and Rustic, (only to spe
cial agreement) 31B 00
Mouldings, io per cent, cheaper tnan any
Fisli Boxes. lli cents at mill, Shooks, 12
cents at mm.
Salmon Net T&reafls
HAVE NO EaiTAL.
The London Fisheries Exhibition
HAVE AWARDED THE
The Barter Brothers Coipany
FLAX NET THREADS.
House To Rent.
INQUIRE AT COUNTY
Monday, June 16.
IT JLLIAIT OFEHJL
Grand Concert Combination.
T&e Finest Operatic Organization
'Ihatever appeared In this city, M give
ONK OPERATIC PERFORMANCE
on MONDAY EVENING,
. . JUNE 10, 1SS4, .
.WJth the;oUo wing. array Df talent:
."" - Mraiallfarle Godlni,
The most distinguished American Prima
Dona Soprano ;
,, aime.Zeppllli VilUni.
STLe lainous Mezzo-Soprano Contralto ;
- Misnots Viacenz Villani.
The eminent Baritone ;
rtlgttor Clewetite Bolt sua,
The renowned Basso, and
-SlffHor Ernesto B Idnnzs.
Tne most celebrated Tenor.
3ine. Bologna audMi-M Kne Wads-
The accompllshea PlanlsM, Accompanists.
The Programme will consist of the
'YlEST PAKT. GrnntLCeacert.
SECOND and THLKDPAhTd -GraadMreurs
in Cuttame, from Ii
Trovulore. including the
For paitlcularssee programme.
SPECIAL NOTICE. Notwithstanding the
enormous expense or this engagement, and
In order to cive nil an oooortunitv of heor-
lug. for the ant time in tms city, this famous
luuian upeia company, me manager uos
adopted the usual prices of Reserved Seats,
S1 OO), to be obtained at the NewYork
French and American Candies
Every morning, from, the
ASTORI A--0 B AK ER-
FOARD & STOKES.
A. FULL LINE OF
Just FinLshed in Kear of Store.
GAPE ANN OILED CLOTHING,
OVEKALLS. COATS. HATS.
SHIRTS, GUM i:OOTS, Ero.
And a compl&e Outfit, of Beat Quality, aud
attne mw kst imuukoi any Estab
lishment in the city,
P. A STOKES & CO.
Hav e opeued u New Stock or Al poods hi the
store next door to Foard & Stokes, and
To all Customers.
Hardware and Ship Chandlery
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,
Palate and Oils, Groceries, etc.
Wilson & Fisher,
Iron, Steel, Coal, Anchors, Chains,
tar; pitch, oakum,
NAILS AND SPIKES,
Shelf Hardware, Faints' and Oils
fXOUR AD MUX Fl.
Agents for Salem Flouring Mills,
and Capital Flour.
All sizes, at Portland Prices, In Stock. .
Corner Chenamus and Hamilton Street
Special Disease Carefully
Office In ong TOnR Hlo Store, on Che
xuimus street, opposite Post Office.
FIRST CLASS SHAVING
Hair Dressing Saloon.
FITTED UP D A NEW AND ARTISTIC
manner. Every attention paid patrons.
I have fitted up and opened a first-class
Barbershop at Carl Adler'a old stand on
re&uy Jui umu
Rioms To Rent. v
ROOMS ft. 1. 18. AND 14. IN ODD
Fallows Building, for wnt,Inqulre at
Case's Bank, or ot A. J. MKGLKR, Occident
fiotl. - t ' - .
C. If; COOPER!
Leading Dry Goods
Silks! Silks! Silks!
We are now shewing: the largest and choicest assort
ment of BLACK and C0L0EED 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 Get Colored Gro
Grain Silks. Latest Shades. Fancy Brocaded Silks, New
Designs. Evening Silks, in all the latest tints. Summer
Silks in checks and stripes.
Coffee and Ice Cream Parlors,
Bread and Cakes
OF AIX KIXDS.
"Weddings and Parties supplied with strictly
French and Ainerican-o
Iacufactured, Wholesale and Ectall.
ON THE BOADWAV.
Jordan & Bozorth
The Only Exclusive
If. B. Save Sole 111 slit to tho
Fateat lamp Fillets
New Goods for
GENTS' FUENISHING GOODS,
Direct from the Manufacturers, Retailed at
Belnc b the 31anufacturlnp Business I am prepared to sell Clothing that will give
PERFECT SATISFACTION both in FIT and QUALITY ol Goods.
Perfect Fitting: White Shirts, Mcdimn and Fine 2raie
Underwear. Newest Styles In Scarfs and Ties.
' -A FULL STOCK OF FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN SUITINGS.-S
D: A. McINTOSH,
and Clothing House
- Astoria, Oregon.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE THE A3TO
rlaWood Yard. Gray's Dock, foot of
Benton street, will sell wood ac tho follow
ing prices and deliver wherever tho streets
are planked, between Trulllnger's Mill and
O'Brien's Hotel, back to Astor street :
Green Aider, 2-cut 91 60 per cord, lonjj $3 75
Dry do do 4 75 do do 4 00
GrrnHemlo'k do 4 W do do 3 75
Dry do do 4 75 do do 4 oo
Green Beach do 4 75 do do i 00
Green Fir do 4 75 do do 4 00
Dry Fir do 5 00 do do 4 25
and S. limbs do C 00 do do 6 25
aud S. limbs do 0 75 do do 5 00
Wood of All Kinds
By the Scow load at REDUCED RATES.
J. II. D. GKAY'
Astoria, February 1st, 1834.
o:o::E3:F:Ei si? i
Royal Brand Flour
Manufactured by tna ' . ,
OREGON MILLING COMPANY
L of Superior Quality, and Is Endorsed
by all who use it.
THE HOUSEKEEPER'S FAVORITE
Of Superior Rising Quality.
Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction,
WYATT & THOMPSON
Nolo AgontH for AHtorla.
FIVE HUNDRED CORDS DRY HEM
lock Wood, which I will deliver at the
houses ot customers for $4 a cord.
Draylug of all kinds done at reasonabl
rates. R. R. MARION.
Spring and Summer!