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Clatsop farmers want rain.
Daily service at Grace church this
Rainfall for March 1J51 inches; for
Judge F. J. Taylor opened court at The
Dalles yesterday morning.
J. J. Murphy is said to bo the speoial
postal agent for these parts.
Boys' and children's suits just received
at Mcintosh's clothing store.
Spearing flounders by torchlight is the
favorite sport at Yaquma bay.
Tho City of Athens, one of the last of
the November fleet, has arrived out.
About $230,000 has been paid out of
tho state treasury since the close of the
The Albany fire department has or
dered n 000 hose cart to bring down to
tho June tournment.
There will b a spring opaning of mil
linery at Mrs. Eaton fc Carnahan's next
Wednesday and Thursday. See adv't.
Tho Banca crossed out on Sunday. Tho
Josrfa cleared yesterday for Bristol di
rect with 4 1-110 bus. wheat, worth $32,
07C. The Xews says i-overal capitalists are
quietly buying up all tho wheat they can
find. "They aro gambling on the prospect
of a war.
Invitations are out for a ball to ba given
to-morrow evening at tho Parker house
on the occasion of tho opening of tho new
Parker house restaurant.
ho State of Ca't forma, which leaves
jrtland to-night fo- San Francisco, car
ries 150 tons old raioHl iron to the San
Francisco rc!ling mills to be worked over.
The Xcws says a large Columbia river
salmon will be shipped this week to Queen
Victoria, and it is oxpocted to go through
from Portland to London in fourteen
The A. B. Field was loading tin at
Flavel's dock yesterday. She has been
put in fino shape for tho season of '85
and will mako her first trip to Tillamook
the latter part of tho week.
Next Saturday tho Tcleplionc will come
from Portland without making any stop,
and will show what can be done in the
way of speed. She will go back tho samo
afternoon, leaving hero at 2 r. ai.
C. E. S. Wood, late first lieutenant in
the twenty-first infantry, and a member
of General Howard's staff, is spoken of
as tho probable successor of Brigadier
General Kapus, O. S. M.f resigned.
Charley Heed, the plain comedian, and
twenty-eight standard minstrels, will ap
pear at Liberty hall next Monday even
ing. They aro immense; reserved seats
for salo at tho New York Novelty store.
Generally there has been about ten
shillings difference between English
freights from San Francisco and the Co
lumbia river. This year thero is not over
three: present ratings being 39.6 and42.G.
Thero will be a grand excursion on the
Telephone to Cathlamet this afternoon.
Tho boat will leave Wilson & Fisher's
dock at 2 r. at., will touch at Knappa
and return on tho Washington territory
side, arriving hero at C o'clock.
The Allabahad made the run from San
Francisco to Sydney, a distanco of 6,000
miles, in thirty-nine days fourteen years
ago. Sho loft Hong Kong for Astoria on
tho 14th of last November, and, in all
probability, will never bo seen again.
Carpet cleaning season having ar
rived, tho Orcgoman reports a boom in
beef-galls, which are in high favor as an
alleged detergent. Tho modesty of the
Oregoniaii's local forco deters them from
suggesting an unlimited source of supply.
Tho 66th anniversary of tho founding
of Odd Fellowship in this country will be
oelobrated on April 25th by tho lodges of
I. O. O. F. of this state at Portland.
Members of Beaver Lodge No. 35 of As
toria will be carried on the Telephone for
2.50 for the round trip.
Tho tournament executive committee
met last ovening and adopted rules for
racing, etc A special meeting will be
hold next Saturday evening, when the
programme will bo made up. The com
mittee have met with most encouraging
success and are being pledged material
The moon was full last night; sho was
also partially eclipsed by the earth get
ting between her and the sun so that the
earth's shadow fell on her surface, but
tho mists that of late have in the deep
bosom of the ocean been buried came
rolling in over the hill and wo hero saw
nothing of the eclipse.
Rescue No. 2's engino is out of service
again, an attempt being made to have
her put in working condition. The hose
cart with 850 feet of hose has been sta
tioned at Capt. Flavel's dock, and in case
of a fire his force pump will be called
into nso. It is but a short timo ago that
a new boiler was put in the engine at a
cost of $1,275.
It. Y. Monteith, post commander Cash
ing Post, G. A. R., No. 14, received a com
munication last evening stating that Gen.
F. H. Lamb, department commander, and
staff and past department commander
Gen. G. E. Caulkins and staff would be
hero and participate in tho social recep
tion given by tho post and Belief Corps
No. 3, next Tuesday ovening.
The story about finding $1.45 in cold
in a chicken's crop was a little slow this
year. It is to hand by last evening's mail
in the Spokane Falls Revieio. This story
usually appears March 1st. The old lady
that made a patch-work quilt with 47,384
pieces in it should show up this week.
The ninety-year-old man who sawed a
cord of wood and then walked four miles
for the mail is over due. Ho should have
paraded on the 20th inst.
Wm. Chance and Emsley Holton went
out to the Elaskanine on Sunday, and
whon near W. H. Gray's placo found nn
enormous wild cat eating a sheep. Hol
ton's dog grapped the varmint by the
throat and both tumbled in tho water;
after scuffling considerable the dog got
away with him. He was on exhibition
yesterday afternoon and few who saw the
bloody monster would believe that any
dog would tackle sueh a fierce brute.
Bovs' and Children's suits just re
ceived at Mcintosh's new store.
An InterMiting Account of & Cnxtotn OtHtrred
for 3,376 Tram.
WitiTTKX For The Astorian.1
To-day begins the celebration by He
brews of commemorating tho passing out
of Egypt by tho children of Israel.
After Israel was conquered and in
bondage, Pharaoh, king of Egypt, perse
cuted them greatly and his Ivrauny be
came oppressive; yet in spite of all hard
ships the Jews prospered and increased
in numbers. Pharaoh, fearing they
might becomo too numerous tnd power
ful, issued an edict bidding all tho first
born, male children of Jewish parents, to
be thrown into the water, (for which rea
son the first born son in every family, is
supposed to fast the day before Pessach,
up to the hour of noon; of course bo
doesn't do itnntil he is "Barnitzway," 13
years of age, up to which timo the father
fasts for him.) But Moses, who himself
was rescued from the water and raised
by Pharaoh's daughter, interested him
self in behalf of his race.
He pleaded for them before the king,
but to no purpese: finally he threatened
and commanded Pharaoh in the name of
God, to cease his persecutions or the
Lord would punish him. At this the
king only became incensed, whereupon
God sent the ten plagues among Pharaoh
and his tribe.
1st, all tho waters turned into blood;
2nd, every place became filled with frogs;
3rd, vermin; 4th, wild beasts; 5th, mur
rain; 6th, boils; 7th, hail; 8th, locusts;
9th, darkness and 10th, slaying of tho
first born. Pharaoh finally yielded and
ordered the Israelites out of Egypt; and
Moses led them out of thB land on the
14th day of Nissan, but in such haste
that they had no time to prepare nor
bake the dough they carried along; they
dried it in the sun, for which reason Mat
zos or unleavened bread is used during
Passover; nor are the Jews allowed to
drink liquor, beer, or use. anything sour,
nor rice, flour, oatmeal, etc., etc. Matzos
is used instead, which, by the way, makes
excellent panoakes or dumplinga.
The feast of Passover begins the day
the Israelites started to leave Egypt the
14th day of Nissan and continues for
HOW PASS3VEB IS GEXEI1ALLT OK3KQVED.
A few days before the holidays, every
orthordox-Jew commences cleaning house.
The house is either papered or calci
mined, to suit the size of one's purse.
Every nook and corner, every drawer and
pocket is emptied of "chomez" (anything
not allowed to bo used during these holi
The next thing in order is to dispose of
all tho "ohomez' in the house, or store.
A kind of contract is entered into with
some Gentile, whereby he agrees to buy
everything named in the document, for a
sum stated therein; ho pays a dollar or
two, as a pledge of good laitn, and if, at
the emiration of eight davs, (after Pes
sach) ho fails to pay tho balance due, the
contract is declared null and void.
Then tho dishes, tubs, in fact all kitch
en utensils, must be cleaned with boiling
water, and scrubbed; or, as in most casos,
a now set of household ware i3 used alto
Un tho 12th day of .Nissan m the evon-
mg, tho head or the houso lights a candle,
and with a wooden spoon and feather
duster, he coes in search of chomez, pre
viously scattered in different parts of tho
house, on purpose; ho then ties all, can
dle, duster, spoon and chomez, into a
cloth and hides it until next morning
when the janitor of the synagogue calls
for all the ohomez, which he finally
Chomez is. however, permitted to bo
handled and used until the 13th day of
Nissan (Pessach) at 10 a-m.
Tho first two evenings (Mondav and
Tuesday evening) are called Zodar
nights, on these nights, niter tne head or
the family returns homo from the temple
of worship ho puts on a cap and gown of
white muslin, (which outfit is only worn
on rare occasions, as the two Zedar
nights, Jour Eipur or day of atonement,
and by tho bridegroom at tho wedding
ceremonies, and neithor would any He-
uruw oe Duriea wuuout meso garments;.
The head of the family then sits down
upon the bed while tho rest seat them
selves around the table near the bed.
Glasses aro filled with wine of raisins,
and God's blessing invoked; after this
the children, from the oldest down, ask
questions, as to why is this or that differ
ent this night from any other night.
Whereupon the father answers them
The next thing is to give each one a
piece of Matzo with somo sharp, bitter
herb (generally plain horseraddish) to
remember the hard and bitter life our
forefathers led; then follows somo groen
parsley with chroses(a mixture of apples,
nuts and wino) signifying the relief af
forded by tho retirement from Egypt.
The history of Passover is then recited
without interruption, except when the
door is opened, inviting the Prophet Eli
jah to enter and partake of a glass of
wine, placed in the center of the table
for his use exclusively. After reading the
Goode (history) comes the feast, and the
oeremonies of the evening end with sing
ing of psalms.
The first two days of Passover aro
called Jom-tof (holiday) on which days
no business is done, but in the next four
days, Chal a mowd (half holiday) one is
permitted to transact the necessary busi
ness, smoke, light fires, etc., and two
more days of Jom-toS make an end to
one of the most important of Jewish hol
Commander-in-Chief Eoantz is the
youngest commander the Grand Army of
the Bepublic has ever had, being only 39
years of ago. In 1862, in his 16th year,
he enlisted in the thirty-seventh regi
ment, Ohio volunteers, as a drummer,
and served through a number of battles
in that capacity. At the battlo of Mis
sion Bidge he threw down his drum, and,
seizing the rifle of a fallen comrade,
fought manfully until he fell, wounded in
the leg, whioh was afterward amputated.
From this episode Commander Kountz is
nationally known as "the drummer boy
of Mission Bidgo."
For a ICeat Fitting Boot
Jr Shoe, go to P. J. Goodmans, on Che-
naiuus street, next door to l. w. uase.
All goods of tho best make and guaran
teed quality. A full stock; new goods
constantly arriving. Custom work.
Does not mako any second-class Pic
tures at his New Gallery, No. G13, on
At Franlc Fabrc'a.
Board for $2150 a month. The best
in the city. Dinner from 5 to 7.
Gray sells Sackett Bros.' Al sawed
cedar shingles A full M guaranteed.
Buy your Lime of Gray at Portland
Don't pay 25 to 50 cents for dinner
when you can get a betterj one at the
Telephone for 15 cents from 11 to 2.
WHAT OCR XEIGHBOBS SAT.
Arrangements have been mado by
which firemen will bo taken to Astoria
and back on one of the river steamers to
the tournament in June, for $4. This
will probably induce soveral to go.
You can receive tho cuffs and kicks;
you can work like a Trojan for your
friends; that's all right, my son; but
when there is anything lying round loose,
you will have to bo mighty spry if you
get it. Tlic Dalles Journal.
The travel into tho Cocur d'Alene
mines has become very heavy. Tho Sun
says there is already a surplus of miners
and laborers, and that tho wage-worker
who goes in now solely with tho idea of
procuring work in the mines, is likely to
A gentleman jast from tho New Or
leans fair savsthp tall the Oregon agent
has to advertise this state is illustrated
circulars and a few cases of cannod salm
on. The agent was allowed bat $500
and he is not able now to show the gen
erous spirit 'of Oregonians by asking
visitors out to tako a drink. Standard.
"Better suffer wrong than do wrong."
No person may pass through extended
experiences without being subjected to
wrongs, and these may sometimes be too
great to endure. The dictates of highest
man hood may compel him to resist, and
it is then his duty to compel tho authors
of wrong to desist from placing them
upon him. AVxtny Herald'Dissemina
tor. Chinamen don't let a load of wood get
cold in the streets of Portland. They
watch it in squads and companies from
the time the granger crosses the city
boundary till it is unloaded, then they
pounce upon the purchaser liko a pack of
hungry wolves to get the job of cutting
it. A poor white man stands no chance
in an uneven contest over a wood pile
A glance at the loads of fresh halibut
and other salt water fish broaght to our
docks these days ought to convince any
one of the wonderful possibilities of our
waters in this line. Some day the busi
ness of bringing ice from Alaska and
packing these fish therein for tho coast
markets will furnish employment for
hundreds of men and thousands or dol
lars of capital besides bringing untold
wealth to our coffers from the salo of
tho product thus marketed. Who will
work up this scheme? There is a fine
chance here for eastern capital seeking
investment. Port Townsend Argus.
The prosperity of every community
depends upon the public spirit and pn
vate enterprise of its citizens, as well as
upon the fostering and encouragement
of home industries. It is a recognized
prinoiple of municipal economy that no
city can secure for itself a substantial
and permanent existence unless its in
habitants shall bo possessed in a liberal
degree of the disposition to aid each
other in other words to put their shoul
ders to the wheel, and labor with a com
mon purpose for the general welfare.
No greater stigma can fall to the lot of
any municipality or state than a common
reputation for salfishness, or lack of
enterprise, or mossbackism. Corcallis
The Dominion government is moving
in the matter of having the boundary
between Alaska and British Columbia
surveyed. It is important that this ques
tion should be settled as soon as possible.
Whilo the debatable country is not worth
quarreling about just at present, there is 1
no telling when it may be brought into j
sudden prominence by tho discovery of
wiitiniNil wniffl 4lA l.TA?rw Ant rf
some of its unsuspected resources. Then
it woald be a very dolicate matter to de
cide to which nation the new found I
wealth should belong. Wo should dis- J
liko very much to have a serious quarrel '
with our Canadian friends, and tho best I
way to avoid an nnfortunato misundcr-.
standing is to divide the country in I
question now. while both claimants think
it worthless. Seattle Post-1 nletligencer.
Death of Urs. How.
Mrs. Mary Ross, wife of Job Boss, and
pn old and respected resident of this city,
died at her residence at half past five
la?t Sunday afternoon, the 23th inst. She
had been suffering for several months,
and her death was a releaso from pain.
She was conscious up to within a short
time of her death, and spoke with affec
tionate remembrance of the ninny who
knew and loved her in life and who, dur
ing her long illness did so many little
acts of kindness to smooth her last hours.
She leaves a large family of children and
grandchildren to whom she had been
counsellor and a friend. Sho was bom
on tho 18th of April, 1817, and in a few
weeks more would have completed her
63th year. The funeral took place at two
o'clock yesterday afternoon, and after
appropriate ceremonies at the house the
remains were conveyed to the family lot
in the hillside cemetery.
A magnificent chinook salmon was for
warded to President Cleveland yesterday
by J. W. & Y. Cooke. It weighs forty
pounds and will grace tho presi
dent's table. But it is well known that
President Cleveland is adverse to re
ceiving presents, and when ho sits down
in his shirt sleeves to read his copy of the
Oregonian and finds that the fish was
captured out of season and that J. W. &
V. have been guilty of "flat burglary" in
the taking thereof, it is more than likely
that he will return the fine fish to tho
donors and perhaps throw in a dog or
two which ho has received from some office-seeker
and has no use for. It is not
known what office J. W. is aspiring to,
but from his well known pious proclivi
ties he probably wants to be a minister
somewhore. -Sunday Oregonian.
How He Got a Position.
ui applied for a position in a banking
house in Wall street six months ago,
and although I proved my competency,
they would not take me. I had been
down on my luck and looked old and
shabby. An idea struck me I got up a
new growth of hair with Parker's Hair
Balsam, raised a decent suit of clothes,
applio.l again, and they took me in a
minute." So writes a clerk with 2,000
salary. The moral is plain. Parker's
nair Balsam gives a person a new face
Choice Seed Oats
For sale at J. H. D. Gray's.
One more Behr Bros.' celebrated cylinder-top,
grand, upright piano and one
fine Chase organ aro to be liad at a great
bargain at Adler's. These instruments
speak for themselves and the price set
on the same Is within the reach of every
body. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry will be
sacrified this week at Adler's. They
will be warranted in the bargain.
Bo You Tliiuk that JetT" ef
The Chop House
Gives you a meal for nothing, and a
glass of something to drink? "Not
much I" but he gives a better meal and
more of it than any place in town for
25 cents, lie buys by the wholesale and
pays cash. "That settles it"
Tho steamer Barrowmore, owned by
Messrs. W. Johnston & Co., from Balti
more to Liverpool, arrived on Saturday,
having on board the captain and crew,
16 in all, of tho ship Kirkicood, which
was abandoned at sea, and through which
disaster the crew had a narrow escapo
with their lives, it will bs remembered
that tho White Star steamer Germanic
passed the' Kirkicood dismasted several
days ago, when the captain of tho latter
refused the offer of the steamer to take
the crew off their disabled vessel. It now
appears that the crew wore then keeping
tho water down by continual pumping,
but in their noble endeavor ttrsave their
vessel they were frustrated by the weath
er. The Barrowmore fell in with the
Kirkicood last Tuesday 'about 400 miles
Wt'sl of the Fastnet. She was then dis
mantled and her decks swept of every
thing, not a boat rumninins. A tremen
dous gale from the WSW was blowing
and the sea running terribly hit;". The
crew of the Kirkicood asked to be taken
off, but it was patent that it was a most
dangerous task. Nevertheless, Captain
Amlot, of the Barrowmore, soon got suf
ficient men from his crew to man the
steamer's li'e boat. The crew consisted
of Mr. Thomas, chief officer; J. Aird, Ja?.
Gee, John Walsh, Thomas Smith, John
iritzgibbon and Patrick iuirle, A. lis. it
was somo time before the lifeboat could
reach the disabled vessel, and then it
could not approach near enough to take
in the men. The sea was jbreaking over
the Kirlacood, and tossing her about like
a straw. In order to calm it large quan
tities of oil were thrown on the sea, end
the tiny craft thereby rode easier. A line
having been made fast to a lifebuoy, the
whole of the crew 16 in number, were
drawn one at a time through the water.
By this means all were saved, though tho
boat and its gallant crew had to mako
several trips before the rescue could be
completely effected. There were several
feet of water in the hold of the Kirkicood
when she was abandoned. The crewwero
in a partially exhausted state in conse
quence of the continued efforts they had
been making for the previous days to
keep their vessel afloat. So rough were
the waves when the rescue was taking
place that the lifeboat was time after
time lost to sight, appearing again on tho
crest of a large wave, and it was a source
of relief to the captain and crew of the
Barrowmore to seo their brave comrades
return with tho shipwrecked men. The
Kirkicood was gradually sinking when
last seen, and as ver3' heavy weather was
subsequently encountered by tho steamer
it is assumed that tho ship went down
soon after being abandoned. It appears
that Captain Amlot, of tho Barrowmore,
has on several occasions been instru
mental in saving life at sea, and has al
ready received several awards from tho
board of trade. Lirerjwol Journal of
Commerce, March 2.
THE LORD'S DAY.
Believing that Sunday evening can be
spent in n great many ways worse than
going to church, I attended tho Episco
pal church last Sunday evening and am
glad I did, for tho sermon preached hy
the Rev. M. D. Wilson was both inter
esting and instructive. His text was
from Er. XX: 8-11; "Remember the Sab
bath day to keep it holy. Six days shalt
thou labor and do all thy wotk;"but tho
seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord
thy God; m it thou shalt not do any
He first wid tho Sabbath was made
for man and not man for the Sabbath;
showed how a cessation of work one day
in seven benefitted n man mentally and
phj-sically and proved it an institution
alike humane and divine; then went on
to show that at one time seels, in their
observance of the Sabbath, had so many
rules and laws that in their observance
of them they almost forgot worship of
tho Lord; but that things had changed
so now that tho majority of people for
got both laws and worship; how Christ,
when on earth, performed miracles on
the Sabbath, but that such acts were not
violations of the day, inasmuch as they
were worns ot love and morcy.
I cannot trespass on yonr space to give
any real idea of what the sermon was
like, but feel sorry that a greater number
did not hear it. It put me in mind of nn
oasis; a great mauy people believe they
are to be found, but few go to prove their
Rufldcii't Aruictt Salve.
Thk JlEvr Sai.vk in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sorcs,Ulc'rs, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It i guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by W.
15. Dement Ss Co.
Frrah Eastern uud Shoal water
Constantly on hand, cooked to any style
at Frank Fabre's.
One of the finest billiard tables on the
coast at JefFs "Telephone."
All the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with tho choicest
Eerfumerj, and toilet articles, etc can
e bought at the lowest prices, at J. W.
Conn's dntii store, opposite Ociden
Grand Clearance Sale!
J. Straus, of the New York Novelty
Stare, hits returned from San Franc'st o after
personally selecting aua uuyinga large anu
varied assortment of goods ; in consequence
thereof, wp offer
3Por th,e ITest
Special bargains on preseut stock; we
have materially reduced the prices on all
classes of goods, and "the public" will find
it to their advantage to call, examine and
price our varied stock, consisting in part of
Clock, Plated Warp,
Pictures and Frames,
Albums, Baby Carriages,
Catlery, Bird Capes, Playing Cards,
Accordeons, Tiollns, Banjos, Guitars,
Stationery, Roller Skates, Toys, Etc.
All we ask of the public is that they call and
we will guarantee to at once prove the tnith
of our assertions and satisfy them. Kemem
ber that this Ls a bona Ddo clearance sale
and will hold good for twenty days only.
New York Novelty Store.
Opposite Tarker House,
.MAIN STREET, - ASTORIA, OREGON
HOW THE KIItKWOOD'S CREW
Test Tour EaMBg Powder To-Bay !
EranJj aiZTcrtlscd as absolntolj- pcra
COa fJJ I TJ r Twr-'vrr-TTrr .
IT-ico a can top down on a hoi rtoro nntlt
1 t will not bo required to detect tho prcscuca or
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THE TEST OF THE OVEH,
Price Baking Powder Co.,
Dr. Price's Special Flavoring Extracts,
The strongest, most dcllcimis and natural
flaror Vnorrn, &id
r. Price's Lupuiin Yeas! Gems
lVr Light, Healthy bread. Tho Bert Dry Hop
Yeast In tho world.
FOR SALE BY GROCERS,
CHICACO. - ST. LOUIS..
i8HT HaiTHY OREAD,
The oest dry hop yoost in tho world.
Bread raised by this yeast is lipht.white
and wholesomo liko our grandmother's
CROCER3 SELL THEM.
PREPARES OT IMt
Price Baking Powder Co.,
KaaTrs dI Dr. Price's ssscial F&Tonng Eitracts,
Chicago, III. St. Louis, Mo.
For sa by CnnNO. Mkklf. & Co.. Agents
M W W I
I have just received an
STYLE AND QUALITY
My tailoring department Is filled with the
Cloths and Cassimeres.
Salts to order front
Pants ' " -
818 toSG5 69
3 to 13,68
In fact the lowest prices are found at my
store. Call and sec me.
M. D. KANT,
Merchant Tailor ant ClotMer.
lint Xitincli, at llic Tcleplionc
From 11 to 2 every day.
A fine lunch with drink or cigar, 25
Xo charge after two o'clock,
Flower pot brackets, and flower pots,
the latest styles, at John A. Montgom
ery's. That Hacking Cough can ho so
quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We
guarantee it Sold by W. E. Dement
A large assortment ot Neckwear re
ceived at Mcintosh's Furnishing store.
Go to Wilson & Fisher's and see
something new in window slops.
Will j'ou suffer with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint ? Shiloh's V italizer is
guaranteed to cure you. Sold by W. E.
Private card rooms at .Jeffs new sa
loon "The Telephone.'
Catarrh cured, health and sweet
breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Rem
edy. I'rlce 50 cents, Masai injector free.
For sale by Y. E. Dement.
v r n - -, a mnnax.
V jel I
Vjj Vr BOOTS,
JJvK JP SHOES,
This 3ear brings a great reduction in the prices o kinds of MEN'S
AND BOY'S CLOTHING, and the styles are superior, and the
variety is greater than in all former years.
I am now showing a large stock of GENT'S SACK, FROCK
AND CUTAWAY SUITS in Imported and American goods, in
beautiful desi.o-ns. different shades and natterns. which are mndft un in
style, fit and workmanship equal
are mane oy practical tailors ior nne nrst class tracie.
Gent's F-u.r22.ish.i3ig Goods.
In Gent's Furnishing Goods I am showing new styles in Fancy
Colored Percale Dress Shirls and Underwear, Hosier-, Neck wear, etc.
Straw and Fur Slats.,
A large stock of new stylos in Straw, Soft and Stiff Fur Hats just
received from the Eastern market direct.
Soots and Shoes.
I am closing out my stock of GENT'S HAND MADE ENGLISH
WALKING SHOES at 5 00 a pair. I am receiving new styles in
Button, Gaiter, Lace, and Low Cut Shoes at prices unequaled.
A fine assortment of Trunks, Valises and Umbrellas constantly
Etc., Etc. g
The Leading Dry Goods and Clothing House
ig?Sole Agent for Butterick's Patterns.
Cannery for Sale,
THE MANHATTAN CANNERY
IS OFFEHED FOIl SALE.
Price 84,400. Applv to
Mlfc. L. FALANGOS.
Astoria, Feb. 23th, 1S$3.
SHEET MUSIC AND
Sliavii anfl. Bathing Saloon.
Ladies' HairDresser and "Wig Maker
All kinds of
HAIR WORK MADE TO ORDER
Ladies Hair cutting and Shampooing a
specialty. All work done in tho most artis
tic manner and in the latest style.
Ii. DnPARE, Prop.
Tarker House, Main St., Astoria , Or
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g I have removed my entire stock into the S
S new store formerly occupied by R. Dixon, g
2 and opened with a large stock of new 3
S goods for Spring and Summer S
to any goods manufactured, as they
Boots and Shoes.
0. H. COOPER,
; Astoria Bakery
Columbia Candy Factory.
Etl. Jackson, Proprietor.
Candies, - 20Ctsperlb.
Dread, Ties and Cakes delivered every
Agents for Stock's
i Little Giant, and
j Kranich and Bach's Pianos,
Tabor, and Western
One E. W. BLISS, Latest Improved
HOWE SOLDERING MACHINE,
With West's Crimper attached.
This JIachIno Is Nearly "eir aad I Sold far
Want of Use.
GEO. W. D QNBAR'S SONB,
New Orleans, La.
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