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She glaUjj Htftotm
MAY 15. 1883
ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
J. V. HA1.L.ORAN & COMPANY,
runi-isiiKits and rnorniFrrons,
ASTORIAX BUILDING, - - CASShTKEEl
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sient advertising fifty cents per square, each
Notice To Advertisers.
The Astoriax guarantees to its ad
vertisers Hie largest circulation of any
newspaper published on the Columbia
This paper is on file at the St. Charles
Hotel, Portland, Or.
Special council meeting this evening.
The plasterers are busy at Ros3 Bros.'
new Opera House.
Next in order will be the Scandinavian
celebration to-morrow, as the 17th falls
Salmon shipments for April this year
wero G,iyi cases, against 1,975 cases the
samo month last year.
Tho British bark Carnurcon Castle, 729,
Griffiths master, SS days from Sydney, is
ontsido with a pilot on board.
H. V. Jlonteith, Post Commander
Cashing Po3t So. 14, G. A. 11., is making
arrangements for proper celebration of
Memorial Day, the 30th inst.
And yet no official notification received
concerning tho forfeiture of tho Astorin
land grant. Has Sparks exhausted all
his firo and energy on tho N. P. domain?
Tho British iron bark Jlemonstrant,
1045 tons, has been taken up by Moyor,
"Wilson, & Co. for Liverpool, loading pri
vate. It is understood that sho will load
Tho chango racket fiend was discharged
yesterday there being no evidence to
hold him. He'd best skip fast and far,
as the water here is very wet and his
kind aro liable to fall overboard.
Geo. "W. Sanborn has a hundred dollar
typo writer in his now olfice that is a
beauty. Ho is agent for the Union Firo
Marino, tho Koval, tho Norwich Union
and Lancashire Vire insurance compan
ies. Tho Tillie E. Starbuck comes down
with 00,974 centals wheat. Sho
takes on 300 tons mora hero and goes to
Qacenstown or Falmouth. She '3 tho
first full rigged sailing vessel built of
iron in this country.
Thero was a largely attended meeting
at tho Columbia cannery at four o'clock
yesterday afternoon. No definite action
was takon nor any settled idea resolved
on. Largo crowds of men went up to
ward Tongue point later in tho after
noon. A special business and social meeting
of Astoria lodgo No. 40, L O. G. T., will
bo hold on Monday evening tho 18th
inst., at tho lodgo room. Every member
is expected to be present as matters of
vital importance to the lodge will bo dis
cussed. Tho seven men arrested at upper Asto
ria last "Wednesday afternoon, wero
brought before Justice Goodell yesterday
morning, given a preliminary examina
tion and held in the sum of $100 each to
appear before tho grand jury which meets
About midnight on "Wednesday, a man
named Ericson had n narrow escape
from drowning by falling overboard be
tween tho Olympic saloon and tho New
York Novelty storo. Cabin passage is
tho best such slippery weather as tho
present, for the lower decks are out of re
pair. A meeting of tho Albany firo depart
ment was held last Monday evening. It
was decided to attend tho state firemen's
association and tournament at Astoria,
and to send as many competing teams as
convenient. It was also decided toac
copt the O. & C. railroad's offer and leave
there Tuesday morning, being met at
East Portland by tho steamer Telephone.
P. M. Linguist, an old and respected
citizen of lvnappa, died at that placo yes
terday morning. Deceased was a mem
ber of Temple Lodge No. 7. A. F. and A.
AL, and Astor Lodgo No. G, K. of P. The
funeral will tako placo at Knappa this
morning. Tho Clara Parker leaves
Main street wharf at nine, sharp, with
members of both lodges and suoh friends
nnd acquaintances of tho deceased asmay
wish to attend.
An imitation of an imitation; a coun
terfeit of a copy; a paraphrase of a paro
dy; a reproduction of a representatien: a
prototype of a figure; a lac-simile of a
likeness; a simulation of a transcript; a
mimicry of a model; a personation of a
monld this indeed is something new
which is offered us by an enterprising
dealer in printer's materials who asks
The Astobiak to buy somo typs which
would enable us to successfully imitate
tho type writer's characters which wore
invented to imitate printing. Invention
goes mad when it invents a copy of a
copy that it expects to put in place of the
onginal icouograph of the parent ma
trix. Messrs. Jensen, "West, Hutchincs and
others have introduced so many improve
ments and inventions in tho business of
canning salmon that a comparison with
tho methods employed to-day and those
of a few years ago shows a great saving
in methods and means, time, labor and
expense. Tho latest invention is from
tho ingenious brain of M. Jensen. It is
n capping machino to put on the tops on
the tilled tins, ream and crimp them nnd
complete the whole business in a style
hitherto attainable only by hand. The
Astoria Iron "Works have just finished
ono which was on oxhibition at J. O.
Hanthorn's cannery yesterday.- "When
tho machino is feeling real good it will
cap 100 cans a minuto and can bo run at
a ppeed that will dispose of 120 cans in
the samo time.
By a young irl to take care of children
and help do general housework. Amer
ican family preferred. Inqnire of Thos.
Lawson, next door to C. P. Upshur's
Members of Temple Lodge Xo. 7 A.
F. & A. M., and Astor Lodge No. 6 K. of
rM are requeued to meet at their re
spective lodge rooms at8 o'clock, sharp,
thl Friday morning, May 13th to
attend the funeral of their deceased
brother, P. M. Linguit. at Kuappa.
-The Clara Parker will leave Main
street wharf at i), sharp. All Masons
and Knights in good standing nnd all
friends are respectfully invited to attent'.
Bv order W. M.
If you want a first-class picture go to
Crow's gallery and you will be sure to
be suited for his work recommends
For Term of Circuit Conrt Beginning Maj 18,
1. P. A. Trail inger vs "W. J. Barry.
2. Mary "Worden vs "Wm. "Worden.
.!. J. V. Welch vs O. K. & N. Co.
4. M. P. Madden vs Isabella Madden.
5. "W. J. Barry vs J. "W. Hume, et al.
G. Jno. McCann vs O. B. & N. Co.
7. G. G. Smith vs J. G. Fairfowl.
8. "W. T. Coleman & Co. vs Seaside
9. J. G. Elliott vs Otto Peters, et a!.
10. Jno. Hob3on et al vs Thos. Mon
teith et al.
11. G. H. Briggs vs M. E. Briggs.
12. Mrs. Wallman vs Joe Brown.
Mrs. "Wallman ts Geo. Smith.
H. J. Hansen vs School Dist. No. 1.
J. H. Beddington vs J. E. Thomas
Bozorth ii. Johns vs P. P. Hen-
Walter Bros, vs J. "W. and Wm.
18. A. Younc vs Chas. A. Anderson.
A. M. Simpson vs "W. G. Ross.
Andrew Anderson ts B. M. Ander-
Chas. Heilborn vs A. G. Spexarth.
Sophia Daccett vs Surprenant &
23. M. D. Norris vs Darius Norris.
M. G. M. Spexarth vs A. G. Spex-
Sophia Daggett vs OttoLandross.
Mrs. McCann vs O. R. fc N. Co.
W. T. Coleman vs J. G. Hustler
and A. E. Noves.
23. "W. E. Doment et al. vs J. G. Hust
ler et al.
29. Thomes & Kuowles vs C. M. Stark.
30. H. B. Parker vs J. H. Close.
31. H. B. Parker vs M. A. Leahy.
32. Binneman & Martinoni vs G. Dis
pascuale &. Go.
34. Astoria Iron Works vs L. G. Haa-
Wyatt & Thompson vs L. G. Haa-
Wilson & Fisher vs Clatsop Mill
A. C. Fisher vs Clatsop Mill Co.
A. S. Bassett vs C. IL Wheeler.
M. G. Haaven vs Wm. G. Itos3.
Isaao Bergman vs L. G. Haaven.
Laura Collins vaTho3. Collins.
G. H. Turner et al vs E. P. Par-
O. H. Bain vs L J. Arvold.
C. Pennar vs J. O. Hanthorn et al.
45. Isaac Bergman vs. E. P. Hoff.
4G. E. A. Wheeler vs D. Hart et al.
47. Jno. Thomas vs Jno. Walsh.
4S. M. A. Schnidt vs H Schnidt.
49. Wm. Howo vs J. & A. L. Fox.
50. D. E. Peaso vs Wm. B. Adair et al.
CI. H. McCormack vs Jno. Fox and J.
52. It. Houseman vs N. Pinkuey.
53. J. It. Dawson vs A. T. Brakke and
W. G. Boss.
54. J. V. Stark vs. A. C. and J. Kin
F. L. Parker vs estate A. P. Nash.
J. F. Mulkey vs A. F. Johns et al.
A. G. Soexarth vs J. F. Mnlkev.
ro -tr xi t, iir Tr.7 1 - J
ixj. hid. anmoTsxj. w. jviipsiein.
State of Oregon vs Ah Jim, Frank
White. Ah Him. L. D. and D. Falanfros.
Harry Koester, Chas. Burgreen, Jno.
uiuDons, J3.enry uugne3, noot. jueauuet
ter, Kitty Burke, Len Fom, Pasqualla
Cammctta, Hormpn Schmidt, held to
await action of grand jury.
Ilido a Wee.
We got tho wheels of the Tiger ho3o
cart eight feet high. Tho cost was $G00
at the factory in Now York; it was made
bv the Silsbee Manufacturing com nan v
at Seneca Falls. The metal is steel, all
triple mckel plated, weight, 580 pounds.
It is a racing cart, and is expected to take
the cako at Astoria in the near future,
which will bo a feather in tho cap of tho
Tigers. Salem Corr. Nexcs.
Manufactured only by the California
Fig Syrup Co. San Francisco Cal. is
Natures Own True Laxative. This
pleasant liquid fruit remedy may be
had of W. E. Dement & Co, at fifty cents
or one dollar per bottle. It is the most
pleasant, prompt and effective remedy
known, to cleanse the system; to acton,
the Liver, Kidneys and Bowels gently
yet thoroughly; to dispel Headachs,
Colds and Fevers; to cure Constipation
Indigestion and kindred ills.
To Accommodate His Patrous.
Alex. Gilbert will keep his saloon
open day and night. Fishermen can get
a good lunch at any hour of the night.
The genuine French sardine constantly
One of the finest billiard tables on the
coast at Jeff's "Telephone."
Private card rooms at Jeff's new sa
loou "The Telephone.'
Ctisliiiig Post Ko. 11, J. A. R.
Astoria, Oregon, May 9th, 1833.
Post Orders No, 2.
The Officers and Comrades of dish
ing Post No. 14, G. A. It. will assemWc
st their Post Hall at 12 o'clock on Sat
urday. May 30, 1883, for tho purpose of
attending to the proper observance of
Memorial service m accordance with
the rules and regulations of the Grand
Army of the Republic.
By order of JR. V. Moxtkitii.
V. B. Ross, Adjutant
For Dinner Parties to order, at short
notice, go to Frank Fabre's.
At Frank Fabro's.
Board for $22.50 a month. The best
in the city. Dinner from 5 to 7.
Hot Lunch, nt the Telephone
From 11 to 2 every day.
A fine lunch with drink or cigar, 23
No charge after two o'cloek,
"llackmetack," a lasting and fra
gi ant perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents.
Sold by W. IS. Doment.
PrcMh Katern and Slioalwater
Constantlv on hand, cooked to any style
at Frank Fabre's.
Ulust lie Settled.
All outstanding accounts of the late
firm of Bergman & Berry remaining un
paid on the llth inst will be placed in
the hands of an attorney for collection.
Please note this nnd save costs.
Grav sells Sackett Bros.' Al sawed
cedar shingles A full M guaranteed.
Buy j-our Lime of Gray at Portland
All the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the choicest
Eerfumery, anaioiiet articles, etc-can
e bought at the lowest prices, at J. W.
Conn's drug store, opposite Occident
hctel, Astoria. ;
Portland rents aro being reduced.
Tho Orcgoman is printed on homo
Potatoes are fiftocn cents a buabul t;u
Prisoners cut their way out Of the Seat
tle jail with a jack-knife.
Thero is said to bo nearly l'0,0D0 mut
ton sheep in Grant count-.
Strawberries are five cents n pound in
Portland, eight cents here.
Thirty thousand dollais has been tnib
scribed to baild a road from Vancouver
Hav is in considerable demand on
Gray's harbor. A number cf sales have
been made at 12 per tou.
The Oregon llailway and Navigation
company has declaredn dividend of
per cent, payable June Itt.
The Norwegian bark diss, with 71
soars and 5031 lumber sailed from I'urt
Townsend for Arendal, Norway, mi ihei
H. P.Ispncs, of Walla Walla, estimates
that the country east of tho Cascade
mountains will have 200,003 tons of wheat
for export this year.
A committee of eastern capitnlNts is '
expected at Spokane Falls shortly, to buy ;
tho water power. It is understood that!
they liava raads a io.v bid, whicli vr w ac- J
Oregon's commissioner say.s that the
Oregon exhibit at Now Orleans, though
small, is a stanuer. and is calling forth
the commendation of the cxnaiis ioat
of other states.
Another lead rich in silwr hu biia.
discovered four miles back ot Colviile.
W. T. Tho ore found yields well, and
the mine is said to be tho bast 3et dis-
nnin.u.l ? ilia fUft lMl ftTTT-1 fl It Hjtriff
Bids for the construction of the North
era Pacific tunnel through the Cascades i
will bo opened to-morrow. It will be
two miles long, and except the Hoosac
tunnel, the longest in the United States.
The O. It. A'. N." Co.'s steel steamer
Olympian sailed from Tacoma at 1 p. m.,
Tuesday, for San Francisco to go into
the dry dock there. Sho cleared from
the custom houso at Port Townsend at
daylicht Weduesday, and passed Capo
Flattery bound south at 11 a. m.
Tho old garrison buildings at Tho
Dalles are going to decay, and by the
ravages of tiino and human beings will
soon bo destroyed. They aro historic
relics, and several of the prominent army
officers of the war wero at ono time
stationed there, General Grant among
The women of Pierce county, W. T.,
can not complain of not having their
full share of tho privileges granted bv
tho suffrage act, at the present term of
court. Tho twenty-four persons impan
eled as petit jurors aro all women, and
out of the forty impaneled for the grand
jury, thero aro thirty women.
Tho American bark Amethyst, which
in early days plied between Portland and
the Sandwich Islands, is now engaged in
trading in and out of San Francisco.
The AmeOiyst was launched at Boston,
Mass., in 1822, and was deserted by her
crew at S3n Francisco during the gold
excitement of 1849. Sho has been re
paired a fow times and is yet staunch and
serviceable, and a few years ago was en
gaged in trading along tho coast or
McMinnville was located on tho dona
tion claim of Thos. Owens, who sold his
claim to S. Cozino in 184-1 for a shot gun.
The town was named in 1855 and it now
has 1000 inhabitants. The aggregate
wheat yield of Ypmhill county for this
year is estimated at 1,500,000 bushels. J.
G. Baker was tuo hrst settler between the
two Yamhills; and ho was tho first sheriff
holding tho office four years under tho
provisional government, nnd two years
under tho succeeding territorial govern
ment. When ordered by tho judge to
take out tho first jury for deliberation
(thero being no public buildings), ho
asked, "Where shall I tako them?'' "O,"
said tho judge, "just stake out tho fora
man, and I gues3 the others will stay
J. S. Carman writes as follows from
Corvallis to a friend in Pertland: "All
freight and passenger trains havo been
discontinued on the Oregon Pacific un
til father notice. Many attempts wero
mado to wreck the trains, nnd the com
pany thinks it is justified in taking this
step to insure itself from damage suits,
arising from psrsons being injured by
train wrecks, etc. It was tho intention
to run trains each way as far as tho
burned tunnel, and thero transfer pass
engers, baggage, etc., until tho tunnel
could bo retimbercd, but tho action of
law defyers in obstructing the track had
made tbo risk to life and limb and the
destruction of property too great. A
reward of 500 has been offered by the
company for tho arrest nnd conviction
of tho person or persons who set fire to
the tunnel on the night of April 28th."
Rneltlcn'.s Arnica Salve.
Tub Best Salvk in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores.Ulcerri, Salt Khcuui,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapprd HaiuK
Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Erui
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
nerfi-ct satisfaction, or money refunded.
Price 25 cents ner box. For sale by W.
E. Dement & Co.
Firo Co. No. 1 proposes to send J. A.
Bone and Al. Bateman to tho firemens'
L tournament at Astoria, and chief engineer
Wentworth will go and represent tuo
department. Vancouver Independent.
Being More Pleasant
To tast, more acceptable to tho stom
ach, and more truly benficial in its
action the famous California liquid fruit
remedy Syrup of Figs is rapidly super
seding all others. Try it. For sale bv
W. E. Dement & Co.
For a Neat Fitting Koot
Or Shoe, go to P. J. Goodmans, on Che
namus street, next door to I. W. Case.
All goods of the best make and guaran
teed quality. A full stock; new goods
constantly arriving. Custom work.
Former price 3.1 and 40 cents, latest
ont, comic, sentimental, etc at 10 cents.
GniFFix & Herd's
City Book Store.
When others fail try Crow, the lead
ing Photographer, Xo. 6K Water street.
Seth Thomas Xutmeg clocks nt Gns
tav Hansen's for eighteen dollars a
Don't pay 25 to 50 cents for dinner
when you can get a better one at the
Telephone for 13 cents from 11 to 2.
For lame Back, Side or Uiiest use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster, Price 25 cents.
For sale by W. E. Dement.
Are you randc miserable by Indi
gestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of
appetite, Yellow Skin V Shiloh's Vitnl
izer is a positive cure. For sale by W.
AS INCIDENT OF TI1K CIVIL TTAK.
When the Trent affair occurred Thur
low Weed was in Lonicu, haviug been
sent thero with others by this govern
ment to indnco tho queen to recognize
our blockade of tho southern ports, and
he tells the following anecdete: All En
gland was reused to indignation by the
insult to her flnj. and loud was tho cry
for war. For the iist time .since 1S15
the navy yards were working double
IihiuIikI ingl.t and day. On this side of
the .ati?r public . nsmmt vxs in the
the SKint- condition, lite eoanti-j uttsiu
arm anyway, tbo w.ir spirit was rife,
and the cry wa that we wonld not give
up Masou and Slide!!, the rliel coiuairs-sioner.-.
Mr. Sawiml w.s cratlJy emor
rassed. Jn-liCv demanded iht "return of
the prisoner.-. The American people de-mn-idiN
inc.r retention. Luckily :hera
was n:i e.ab'.e, ami as it was in "winter,
o:: , two steamers a mouth. So the
pri-viofthe two connine t.id It-" mis
chief than is usual under snob circum
stances. Wlun Lord PalmiTntcui took
the draft of the dispatch to ho Kent to
Mr. Seward demanding tho release of the
u.mnuisti:oncrs, to Windsor, Queen Vic
t j.-ia found fault with its wording, which
was harsh, arrogant, and war-provokm-..
riie too.- it into tuo room ox tne I'm c
Consort, then in his last illness, and
asked his advice. He took n pan ard
though every exertion caused him the
most exquisite p.un, struck out
liassage alter passage of tho message,
substituting for them sentences of
his own. Iu this amended form, no lon
ger bitterly aggressive, but courteous end
forbearin" in tone, the document was
forwarded to Lord Lyons for Mr. Ssw
ard, So great was the anxiety of our sec
retary of state as to tho couteuts of the
message that ho asked io he nllowed to
read it over before it had been commu
nicated to him officially in order to avoid
receiving it if possible if it wero aggres
sive and stave off war pending negotia
tions. This was done, and Mr. Seward
having road il,at once proclaimed that tho
UnitedStates would cheerfully liberate the
fonr persons taken from the Trent, but.
as ho afterward said, tho entire question
of war or peace, "hinged" on tho word
ing of tho dispatch. Tho country de
manded war. A dictatorial messago
would havo brought it'on, nnd with tbo
sonth on our hands what would havo
been our fate had wo gone to war with
England? All honor to the noble woman
who stood by us in tho hour of our sorest
need and by her timely sympathy and
friendliness saved us from possiblo dis
ruption. Xrw York Corr. Chicago Trib
une, May .?.
"Present arms!'' there they are
Both stretched out to me
Strong and stnrdj, smooth and white.
" Fair as arras can be.
'Ground arms!'' on tho floor.
Picking up his toys.
Breaking all within his reach,
Busiest of boys.
'Right wheel I" off his cart;
"Left wheel!" too, is gone;
Uorsey's head is broken off.
IIorse3's tail is torn.
'Quick step"" "F0rward4uarc.il!"
Crying, too, ho comes;
Had a battle with tho cat
'Scratched off bofo my fuma!"
"Shoulder armsF' hero at last,
Bound my neck they close.
Poor Iittlo soldier boy
Off to quarters goes.
Army and Navy Journal.
Smi.oif.s CiniK will immediately
relieve Crnun. Whoonintr Couch, and
lronebi;i.. Sold by v. FJ. Dement & Co
The iiev. (ioo. II. Thayer, of Bour
bon, Ind.. says: "Both iny.eir and wife
owfonr lives toSmi.oii's Coxsritro'inx
CaitK." AihlhvW. E. Dement.
The 17th of May lb a
NORWEGIAN AND SWEDISH
4th of July,
And a "mud celebration of th hl-doric-il
events of the day, will be held by j
Norwegians and Swedes
On Saturday the 1 6th of May 1 835
(The 17th belns Sunday.)
Preparation are In progress and good sreak-
ers as wcILa ' goud music for the
day wtiThu furnlilied and a
GRAND B ALL IN THE EVENING.
Ily onlur of the Committee.
FOR LIVERPOOL DIRECT!
Tin line VI Iron Ilarque
Will bo RKADV TO IiECKIVE FREIGHT
AT ASTORIA. about JUNK Ut
or earlier if required.
Will be taken at REASONABLE RATES.
For particular apply to
SI IfcSON. CHURCH & Co.,
Or to 1. I CHERRY. Astoria.
VITI LL DK RECEIVED BY THE UNDER-
iT signed at the ofllre of tho Ilwaco
Steam Nav. Co.. In Astoria Or., until 2 v. at.
Monday. May 18th. 1885. for rebuilding the
steamer ('n.Canby." Also forbutklmga
new Inn! and cabin, ucconlmz to nlans and
specifications. The boat to be built In As
toria or roruanu. J lie company uereoy re
serve me rignr in reject any or all outs
J. H. D.GRAY,
Agent I. S. Co.
Watches, Jewelry, Clocks,
ASTORIA, - - Orecon.
All Goods Best Quality, and Low Prices.
S. M. Coffinberry goes to Ft. Stevens
Hon. O. Leinenwplipr rp In rued from
Judge Bowlby and family returned
from Gervais yesterday.
Dr. Alfred Kinuev and wife, of Sntom.
ara in tho city on a visit.
Wm. McCabe goes to Portland to-mor
row. The absence of his partner, Capt.
Brown, on an eastern visit, makes it
necessary for him to look after the busi
ness in PortlanJ as well ns A storia nnd
for the neii two month:? bo will aavo
money by buying a t?n th h-j,:i.I uilo
ticket between here and Porrloid.
IN THE PASTRY
.' & jSS. ia sL! sj
"Vnnllln, lesion, Oranjc, cic.,fiTO?
Cakes, Crcnmm, Paddings, bc, as dell
cately and natnrally as tho fruit from
which they are made.
I lPor Strength and Truo ITraifc
Flavor They Stand Alone.
FRCPJ.FEO BY TH6
Price Baking Powder Co.,
Chicago, lit. St. Louis, Mo
Dr. Prices Cream Baking Powder
Br. Price's Xupr.!:n Yeast Gems,
licat Ury Koj Yeast.
TOR SALE BY GROCEKS.
WE UAK BUT OSS QUALITY.
The oest dry hop yeast In tho world.
Bread raised by thio yoa9t 13 Ileht.whlte
and wholesome like our grandmother's
PREPARED Br TMC
Price Baking Powder Co.,
Kai'f rs ol Dr. Price's special FteTcnna Eitracis,
Chicago, III. St. Louis, Mo.
For sale by GcitixcMrslk & Co., Agents
Steer Yourself to My Estab
I am selling rINE-FITTIXG SUITS of
Best 0.naIIt3 aad DcsIjrnH
At Remarkahle Low Prices.
Do von know that I can give you a Xohby
Suit of good material at
$10, $12, $13, $18, $20.
See Our New Hats,
Latest Stylos at $2.50, $3, S3.50
A Fine Assortment of Straw Hat.
IT WILL TAY YOU TO TRADE WITH 3IE
And I herewith respectfully solclt a call.
M. D. KANT
Merchant Tailor anfl.
Restaurant and Lodging House
TTTITn STORE ATTACHED FOR RENT
tT -at a bargain.
Inquire of BOZORTn 5: JOHNS,
ANY ONE LOSING A NET LAST SEASON
about three weeks before the close raav
eetnrobable information bvaDDlvinc to T.
S. L. Astoria P. O. The net was 4:J mesh,
Barbours twine. No marks.
"ipy. riff S
l.Ssf -r i
light Healthy Bread,
A Few Brief Descriptions of Some of My Finest Styles in Fine
Sml-ls a SINGLE BREASTED FKOCK SUIT in dark Xavv RIhr CrenH
Cloth, without binding, which makes up
::d-Js aSlNGLE BREASTED SACK SUIT in a very fine fancv Cassimere,
dark in color, in style, a broken plaid with a little blue and orange running
through, giving it a very handsome appearance- without binding.
4th Js a SINGLE BREASTED FROCK SUIT in aline dark fancy Cassimere,
a black Diagonal Cloth with a fine thread of green and red silk running through
out, witheu: binding.
."tli-Is a DOUBLE BREASTED SACK SUIT in a fine dark mixed Cassimere,
a broken plaid with an old gold silk thread running through, forming a large and
almost indistinct plaid. Veiy neat and durable. Xo binding.
nth Is a DOUBLE BREASTED FBOCK PRIXCE ALBERT SUIT in a fine
black cloth with black satin lining and stitched edge. Also have same style
suns wan i-armor satin lining, and uouiul with black silk binding
7th- Is a SINGLE BREASTED SACK SUIT in an extra fine
a line black silk fiat binding, tho finest Goods made up in Gents' Sack Suits.
Besides the?e few mentioned lines. I have a large assortment in SINGLE or
DOUBLE BREASTED SUITS, and SUMMER OVERCOATS. Also BOYS
SUITS with knee or long pants.
To go with these FINE DRESS SUITS I have an elegant assortment of
Gents Fine Furnishing Goods. Hats, Caps, Boots or Shoes.
THE LEAD2NC DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING HOUSE IN THE CITY.
The Earnest Stock. Thc'Jb'Incst Goods. The Iiowest Prices.
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Fliyihiau Itaildintr. .-- ASTOKIA, Or.
Toe lew Yorlcwovelty Store
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The Leading Stationers and News Dealers of Astoria.
The Latest Notions
We defy any and all competition.
OPPOSITE 1'ARKEn HOUSE,
GO TO THE
Hair Dressing Saloon
Parker House, Main St.,
For a first-class Shave, scientific Hair-cut.
and hygienic Shampoo, etc,
II. On PARK, Prop.
SHEET HIUSIC AND
IfiasiSl i iLittlll s
a as b i w a y? a i n f w i -
The Leading Oioihisr and Hatter,
New Goods! j
Men's, Souths' and Boys'
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Hats and Furnishing Goods.
"FINEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST PBICES.3
one of the finest, and most "durable Dress
bluo Cloth with
AVATCIIES AND CLOCKS.
and Novelties, Etc.
Call, examine our goods and be couvinced.
- ASTORIA. OltEGOX.
Columbia Candy Factory,
Ed. Jackson, Proprietor.
Candies, - 20Ct3perlb.
Bread, Ties and Cakes delivered every
Agents for Steck's
Little Giant, and
Kranich and Bach's Pianos,
Taber, and Western