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This paper i on file at theSt. Charles
Hotel, Toil land. Or.
Road the adv't. of the Low Price Store.
Scandinavian celebration this after
noon. The Tillir ,'. starbvsJ: c-ame down yes
terday. Sinca the rain the hillside residences
are embowered in llowors.
The Carnnvan Castle previously report
od, arrived in last evening.
The Oregon is due from San Francisco
this morning. The Slate goes out.
A man should be like whisky. The
older ho nets the better ho should be.
In stores whero barter is the rulo the
tpughest chickens are considered legal
"Blue eses are stylish." So says the
fashion items. This office is right in the
The members of the Congregational
Sunday school go on a picnic to Smith's
Point this morning.
The divorco list does not play so prom
inent n part in tho docket for the coming
term of court as heretofore.
Pacific Lodge No. 17, K. of P. will have
their second anniversary ball next Fri
day evening, tho 22nd inst.
Tho Shubrick on her last trip to Port
land removed all tho buoys between
Wnlkor's Island and Portland.
Tho newspapers throughout the state
aro publishing tho result as far as learned
of the census now being taken.
Portland excursion parties have en
gaged the steamer Telephone every Sat
urday from now until tho middle of
"NV.J. Ingalls of Chadwell leaves for
California to-day to dispose of some coun
ty rights in his valuablo patent of im
proved axle cutter.
Tho Chinese, liko others, aro affected
bv tho strike and largo crowds of idle
Mongolians are lounging around the
streets out of a job.
Tho third annual commencement of
tho State Normal school will be held at
Monmouth, Oregon on Juno 17th. The
exercises will begin at 10 a. m. on that
With ham at sixteen cents a pound
and eggs at sixteen cents a dozen tho old
established firm of Ham fc Eggs are do
ing a lively business.
It was currently reported on tho street
yesterday evening that Mr. Jno. Hobsou.
the newly appointed collector of the port
had received his commission from Presi
The North Pacific canning compauy of
East Portland are contracting for a
large amount of Oregon strawberries to
be delivered at two and a-half cents a
pound. Cheap enough.
At eleven o'clock this morning, E. C.
Holdcn will sell two show cases, two
largo tables, a lot of shelving and sun
dries. At 7:30 this evening ho will sell a
bay horse, seven y ears old, broke to har
ness and saddle.
For the first time in his long career as
n packer of salmon, "Vni. Hume yester
day discharged tho -whito men in his em
ploy and hired Chinamen in their places,
being tho last canueryman on tho river
to adopt that system.
A largo delegation attended the funer
al of the lato P. M. Linguist, at Knappi
yesterday afternoon. It was the inten
tion of Sheriff Ross to be present, and
nothing but the mostimperative necessi
ty kept him in the city.
The seven men arrested last Wodnes
day afternoon and held in the sum of
$1,00 each tho next day, wero yesterday
bailed out and released. ' Bonds for tho
amount required were furnished by R. L.
Jeffries, Mrs. O'Brien, Martin Foard and
There will be a fair and bazaar in aid
of tho firemen's tournament at Liberty
hall on tho evenings ol the th and 2ath
inst. The matter is in the hands of sev
eral ladies of Astoria who feel that tho
"fund needs encouragement on their part
-and the enterprise calls for tho substan
tial support of every one. Further par
ticulars will be given in duo time.
A special to Tire Astoeian from North
Yakima, "V. T., last evening says: "By
orers from headquarters all tho engineers
and oight hundred of tho men employed
on the construction work of the Cascade
branch of the Northern Pacific railroad
have been taken off; whether permanent
ly or temporarily is not known." This
is worse and more of it for the laboring
men on this northwest coast.
A private letter from C. "W. Barrage
who took an exhibit of Clatsop county
lumber to Now Orleans says that tho
wood attracted great attention. Speak
ing of labor saving machinery at the ex
position, he says: 'I saw a machine into
one end of which is put a two-inch plank
eight inches wide, and out of tho other
end comes four pieces of planking,
planed, tongued and grooved.' Mr.
Burrago is now at Leominster, Mass.
Jack Edwards, Mark Kylo and Leland
Sherman who were indicted in Columbia
county for larceny from a dwelling, were
brought into court at &t. Helens on Tues
day last. Edwards and Sherman pleaded
guilty and were, on Thursday, sentenced
to one year's imprisonment in the peni
tentiary. Kyle pleaded not guilty and
went to trial. Upon motion by tho dis
trict attorney tho case was dismissed
because of insufficient ovidence. The
boys are nil under age and it is to be
hoped that tho present trouble will bo a
The Oregon and California railroad
announces a new passenger tariff which
goes into -effect to-day This is to con
form to the Hoult railway bill passed by
tho last legislature which prescribed that
tho faro on railways in this state should
be no more than four cents a mile. On
short trips from Portland tho reduction
doesn't amount to anything; from Rose
burg south the difference is considerable.
Tho old rate from Portland to Ashland
was $20.15; tho new tariff makes a ticket
to Ashlana irom Portland cost $13.C8.
Ajioticeab'o feature is the odd cents;
Just how "$2.13," $3.C1," "$4.96," etc.,
is going to be in the .matter of ohange is
Found Dead in the Hillside Ceracterj.
Yesterday afternoon a man named Mc
Donald who has charge of Capt. Flavel'fl
cattle on the old "Williamson place, was
taking a stroll through the graveyard on
the hillside .when he was horrified by
coming on the body of a man lying face
downward with his hands under him, in
the northeastern corner of the enclosure.
He immediately sought assistance and
upon turning tho body over tho ghastly
features of a dead man wete shown, the
revolver with which tho deed was com
mitted lying close to his right hand, a
dent in the wet soil showing where it had
fallen after the pulling of the trigger.
The coroner was notified and the body
having been brought to the morgue, a
coroner's jury was impaneled at eight
o'clock last evening. Mr. McDonald,
who found the body was the first witness
examined, after which H. K. Dahlen was
sworn. His testimony was as follews:
"I live on tho beach next to John A.
Devlin's. I know the deceased. He
came to my house a little over two weeks
ago, from Portland. He said ho wanted
work. He looked forwork but could find
none. He told mo after being in my
house a few dajs that he would go to
San Francisco. After that he said ho
would go to Tacoma and try to get work
there. Oa the evening of Woducfldry,
tho 13lh, ho settled his board bill. Ho
took breakfast before six o'clock Thurs
day morning and when I told him about
his oil coat and blanket he said it didn't
matter, ho wouldn't need them. Ho
started down toward Astoria, and I sup
osed he was going on the boat. His
name was O. Lindstromor G. Lindslrom.
He told mo ho bad been in Portland and
vicinity about six months; ho had coma
from Colorado where ho had worked on
Mrs. Dahlen identified tho body as the
body of the man that had boarded with
them. Sho knew him by the broken
knuckle on tho third finger of his right
hand, and by tho pockmarks on his
face. They were both positive it was the
man that had been stopping with them.
Tho supposition is that some time Thurs
day morning he went np to the grave
yard and shot himself where found.
A British bull dog revolver with two
loaded and three empty chambers was
found lying under him; ho had evidently
killed himself by inserting the muzzle in
his mouth and from his position death
must havo been almost instantaneous.
Ho was a man apparently forty years of
ago, light complexion, heavily pock
marked, sandy beard and was dressed in
a suit of clothes bought a few days pre
vious to his death. In his pockets were
two copies of tho Rock Island, Ills., Au
gustan JUissionarien, and $27.70 in coin.
Not a scrap of writing was found about
him. Tho coroner's jnry brought in the
"Wo the jury.impaneledgin this caso do
find that the deceased was a native of
Sweden, aged about 40 years; that his
name was Lindstrom and that he came
to his death from tho effects of a pistol
shot wound inflicted by himself.
J. i?. uax.x.obas.
L. E. Selio.
C. P. MOFFITT.
H. P. Hanson.
J. C. R03S. Coroner."
The strike of tho fishermen still con
tinues. Scarcely any boats went out
from canneries in this vicinity yesterday.
The Aberdeen, P. J. McGowan, Hapgood
fc Co., Wm. Hum 9 and the Eureka Pack
ing Co. aro running. The strikers stop
ped nearly all work at Clifton yesterday
morning. At Pillar Rock, Brookfield
and other canneries up the river the men
express willingness to go to work but are
afraid of tho consequences. There was
another procession and another meeting
at upper Astoria yesterday at which it
was resolved to demand fifty-five cents
for cannery boats nnd sixty cents for
outside boats. The cannerymen declare
that at present prices it is impossible for
them to pay that price for fish, and thero
the matter hang. It is said that the
cessation of work mako a difference of
10,000 cases a day in the sum total of
tho season's pack, every day's idleness
meaning that much less in the total out
put of tho 6eason. It is argued that no
matter how plenty the fish may come fn
in July that a day's work onco lost can
not bo made up and that ten days' ceas
ing work means 100,000 cases less salmon
packed on tho river this year.
The present situation seems to bo one
of defiance on tho part of tho fishermen
and indifference on. tho part of the can
ners. Reason and argument seem aliko
thrown away and without any desire
whatever to create alarm The Astobian
suggests to thoso concerned that a spe
cial guarding or their property may not
bo amiss. There are men who boar the
same relation to regular fishermen that
camp followers do to au army and to that
class disturbance means simply a cbanoe
for wreaking personal spite. The situa
tion is a grave one and calls for coolness
and determination on the part of those
most liablo to suffer by any outbreak.
To-day the Scandinavian residents of
Astoria and vicinity will celebrate the
71st anniversary of national indepen
dence. The afternoon and evening w 11
be signalized by a procession, which will
form end march at half-past one fiom
the Columbia cannery. Thero will be an
address in tho Scandinavian language by
Mr. Bjellenes, and by Mr. Carl Hanson
in the English language. Thero will also
ba Scandinavian songs. There will be a
grand ball in tho evening for which ex
cellent music has been provided.
nucIilcrTw Arnica Salve.
Tim Best Sai.vk In the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores,Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sotes, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains. Corns, and all bkin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded.
Price 2T cents per box. For sale by W.
E. Dement ic Co.
For Dinner Parties to order, at
notice, go to Frank Fahre's.
At Frnulc Fabrc's.
Board for $22X0 a month. Tito best
in the citv. Dinner from 5 to 7.
Hot Lunch, at the Telephone
From 11 to 2 every day.
A fine lunch with diinlc or elgar, 23
.No charge after two o'clock,
"Haekmetack, a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price 25 and 50 cent.
Sold by W.E.Dement.
Don'tpay25 to 50 cents for dinner
when you can get a better one at the
Telephone for 15 cents from 11 to 2.
CLIPPED A'D CONDENSED.
East Portland has 6,000 inhabitants.
Portland is importing pressed brick
from tho east.
Willamette valley cherry trees are
breaking down with their weight of
The general rain all over the state
mskes good the old saying, "crops never
fail in Oregon.'"
A salmon was caught in the Willam
ette under the falls at Oregon City last
Sunday with a hook.
Col. Henry A. Morrow is sugeested for
the position of Judge Advocate General to
succeed Gen. Swaim.
More than S3 ver cent, of the immi
grants arriving at the rooms of tho state
board, aro from the northern btntep. .
Theanti-treatiuglaw in Nevad.t is a
dead letter all xver the srate, and wi.l
probably be repealed at the aszt -.
Harney valley, Grant county, is uhoul
30 miles 'long and 40 miles wide, nnd the
population numbers nearly r.'rju. lne
principal industry is stock wising.
TbeNehalem correspondent of the Mitt
says that people are still going into tho
Rock creek country, and that an effort
will soon be made to develop .nio of the
Last Siturday morning u tiro broke ont
in Mnrtin Larseu's residence at Cowlitz
station. W. T. and the houfe and contents
were totally destroyed. Insurance, $'30.
Tho loss will probably be f rum -$l,"')0 to
The Grand Army of the Republic num
bers 823 members. Among these are
comprised representatives from 3i states
and territories, representing in all 4'Jj
regiments. The navy has 2i representa
tives, tho signal corps 3.
The Walla Yalla Union says: Dr. Bra
den. Receiver of the land office, returned
on Wednesday from Indiana. He reports
snow, rain, ice, a backward spring, only
half crops, hard times, oxtremo dullness,
everybody blue, back in Indiana."
The Willamette steamboat company
has been organized in Portland. Tho
incorporators aro S. G. Reed, II. W.
Winch and W. H. Pope; the capital stock
is 30,000; the object is to ply boats on
the Willamette and lower Columbia.
Various territorial papers are having a
dispute as to where the blame should
re3t in tho last legislature for the fail
ure to piss the bill authorizing the tak
ing of the censusof the territory for 1883,
at the expsnse of tho U. S. government.
Between 1830 nnd 1831 the first salmon
fisheries in Columbia county were estab
lished just below Oak Point, by Jotham
Reed, who had afterwards associated
with him in tho fishing business Thomas
Hodgkins, who still resides at Oak Point.
A few days ago tho O. R. & N. Co.
raised tho freight rate on material for
Northern Pacific construction on tho
Cascade branch, depito remonstrance.
Iu retaliation the Northern Pacific, Wed
nesday evening, refused to haul O. R. &
N. cars loaded with construction material
for tho Palouse branch.
The Skeena river mines in" British Co
lumbia aro said to ba very rich. About
100 men are at the mines, but very Iittlo
work has been done this season as the
canyon is covered with snow. The gold
is generally found in tho "bed of the
stream, in crevices and is coarse, several
pieces having been found valued at from
$18 to $23 each.
The Yakima Farmer estimates tho
monthly consumption of beer in north -
xakima at iuu,uuu a montn. rue town
has a population of about 1,000. This is
an average of $100 worth of beer to each
a month. Supposing that not nioro than
one-third of the inhabitants aro beer
drinkers, thev average per man n daily
consumption of $10 worth of beer, which,
at ten cents a gouiet win give xo eacu
man 100 drinks a day.
Orders were received this wtek from
Northern Pacific headquarters in Now
York to cut down the construction force
now engaged on tho Cascades branch to
the smallest limit possible. A good
many men were discharged. It ia also
reported-on good authority that a sweep-"
inc reduction will be made next week in
oparating expenses by cutting down the
number ot employes and tne salaries oi
those who remain. This step is consid
ered necessary on account of tho unex
pected largo decrease in earnings last
Thero is every indication that th6ro
will be tin unparalleled influx of immi
gration to this state this fall; especially
from tho states of Iowa, Minnesota, Da
kota, Michigan. Illinois and Nebraska.
An immigrant who has been at Yankton,
Dakota, for tho past four years, and who
arrived on the 15th, tells tho Orcqonian
that the people aro preparing to flee from
that locality just as seon as they can
harvest tho growing crop. He says
many of them will abandon their farms
rather than remain to endure the dis
comforts of another winter. He says it
is not a good place to live, where a man
has to struggle through threo months of
summer in order to provide fuel enough
for nine months of winter. Much the
same report is brought by the Iowa and
Cheney Sentinel: The gold seekers
havo discovered a new use for fowls. It
is a common sight there to seo men and
women carrying a hen under ono arm
nnd a basket of chickens under the other.
When they reach their destination the
hens are picketed and being hungry
scratch and eat. After two days' honest
toil they are killed and their craws are
examined for gold. As much as $S has
beon found in one craw. Tho fact that
hens will pick up this bright substance
has been fully demonstrated by the find
ing of a piece of gold the size of n pea in
a hen's craw near Medical Lake by Mrs.
Denny. These circumstances may lead
to the discovery of gold in our midst, and
wo advise every ono killing chickens to
examine tho prize packages inside, and
yon may,find a mine.
TItc Rarest of Combinations,
True delicacy of flavor with true effi
cacy of action has been obtained in the
famous California liquid fruit remedy
Syrup of Figs. Its pleasant taste and
beneficial effects have rendered it im
mensely popular. For sale by W. E.
Dement fc Co.
ForalVcnt Fitting' Bout
Or Shoe, go to P. J. Goodmans, 6n Che-
namus street, next ttoor to l. w. uase.
All goods of the best make and guaran
teed quality. A full stock; new goods
constantly arriving. Custom work.
Former price 25 and 40 cents, latest
out, comic, sentimental, etc-, at 10 cents.
City Book Store.
When others fail try Crow, the lead
ing Photographer, No. C Water street.
Seth Thomas Nutmeg clocks at Gus
tav Hansen's for eighteen dollars a
ThO Rev. Geo. U. Thayer, of Bour
bon, Iud., .says: "Both myself and wife
owe our lives to SnrLon's Consumption
Cube," Sold by W. E. Dement.
A SETT EIU.
Astobia. May 14, "84.
During my recent visit to the Atlantic
slope I visited Petersburg, Norfolk and
Portsmouth. Virginia, and also tho coun
try about. There were two things which
surprised ma very much. These were the
sentiment expressed by the people iu re
gard to the "result of the war, for the
Union, and the abolition of slavery.
Many who had been participants in the
w.ir nr.d had, lits!de- htng their prop
erty, lost iinuiy uf tht-ir lelativcs and
friends m i.:UR txprcss'il themselves
emphatically rejoiced m the fj'd tluit
the 'cjnfedtfr.ite statos u:d not g-t the
better of the United State-i. I'll y real
ize th fact now that it the south had
won, s!.iver3 could nir have beta sus
tained eu: ! the umuu when it w.. un
safe Witum, the federal government
being b'jnd t. defend it when the
union was intact however lunch the free
states did to iolate the rights of the
south guarantee d by the constitution of
tho United Stale.
The people did net know what an inca
bus the institution of slavery was until
it ceased to exist, and the fact that the
whites could take care of themselves.
without tho aid of the ne?roc.s. Thtois
shown by the readiness with which the
ptople, men and women, do the work
which was formerly done by the slayes.
There is the be.-t of feeling between the
two races, and none of ths abuse which
political papers harp on so much.
The abuse and insults which the Chi
namen receive in this state are not wit
nessed toward the negroes, nor are they
interfered with in any ni inner whatever.
AH of the work about the streets is done
by them, and the stores employ them ns
portera nnd draymen. The negroes are
well behaved, sober and polite. During
my stay in Washington and Virginia I
never saw a negro drunk, nor did he ever
hesitate to do mo a favor or perform an
act which required courtesy and polite
ness. This evidence of good manners
has been acquired during a long tnition
from the whites whilst they were slaves,
as to be polite to tho white race was as
much required of them as this rare virtue
is required by well bred whito people of
their sons and daughters.
The greatest enemy which tho negro
has, is tho man who is continually filling
him with hatred against the whito peo
ple of the south, by making him believe
that he is imposed on, and in many in
stances that tho Democrats if in power
would relegate him to slavery. This idea
I found was quite common among them
before the election of Cleveland, and un
principled white men as well as negroes
kept this feeling up. Such men could
not ba reached by any statutory law, and
as a matter of self defence, and to fur
nish those who would so jeopardize tho
welfare of both races by circulating this
dangerous falsehood, the only remedy
was that which an indignant people
would on this coast have meted out to
them for smaller offenses, though there
was no violent measure resorted to to
teach these politico 1 hyenas that the law
of self-preservation would justify tho
good people in giving'them lessons which
would stop an evil that might lead to
most dangerous results to both races.
Apart from all strictly partisan consid
erations! believe that the election of
Mr. Cleveland has had a most salutary
influence, and that when the next presi
dential election comes the sectional is
sues which wero so much talked about
will be buried, and tho bloody shirt will
be thrown into tho gutter that some rag
picker may gather it for paper, and in
stead of it being- waved again to ezcite
sectional hate, be used by the printer to
disseminate sentiments of 'good feeling
and lovo for each other, from Maino to
Texas and from the Atlantic to the Pa
cific. T. T. Casaniss.
The Proposal 0. K. A N'. Lease.
Boston, Mny 14. Messrs Oake3, Har
ris and Siackpole, of tho Northern Pa
cific, met to-day with Messrs Ames, At
kins and Henckley, of tho Union Pacific
system, and n long conference was held
upon the Uregon Jtailway nnd .Naviga
tion matter. No settlement was reached,
however. It is admitted that a hitch ex
ists in the negotiations, but whero, it
could not be learned. It is denied that
any compromise on V per cent, has ov
er been talked of. It is hoped to over
come tho hitch before long and arrive at
an agreement. The next meeting will be
hold in New York on Tuesday or
Wednesday, tho date to be fixed bv the
Northern Pacific people, and it is expect
ed matters will be settled then.
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 Ills Putroiib.
Alex. Gilbert will keep his saloon
open day and night. Fishermen can get
a good iuncli at any hour of the night.
The genuine French sardine constantly
One of the finest billiard tables on lite
coast at Jeff's "Telephone."
Private card rooms at Jefl's new sa
loon "The Telephone.'
Cixvhliicr Post Xo. 11, G. A. K.
Astoi:ia, Oregon, May 9th, 18S3.
Post Orders No, 2.
The Officers apd Comrades of Gush
ing Post No. 14, G. A. R. will assemble
st their Post Hall at 12 o'clock on Sat
urday, May .50.1885, for the purpose of
attending to the proper observance of
Memorial service in accordance with
the rules and regulations of the Grand
Army of the Republic
By order of R. Y. Monteith,
W. B. Ros, Adjutant
Gray sells Sackett Bros.' Al sawed
cedar shingles A full M guaranteed.
Do You Tliluk that 'Jcfi" of
The Chop House
Gives you a meal for nothing, and a
glass of something to drink? "Not
much r lint he gives a better meal and
more of it than any place in town for
25 cents. He buys Dy the wholesale and
pays cash. "That settles it'
That Ilacking Coucn can be so
quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We
euamntee it. Sold hv V. K. Dement.
By a joung girl to take care of children
nnd help do general housework. Amer
ican family preferred. Inqnire of Thos.
Lawson, next door to C. P. Upshur's
COMMON COUNCIL PROCEEDING.
The common council met in special
session yesterday evening, prwaut coun-
bllmen Bergman, Cooper, Dealy, and
.Gratke. Tn the absence of Mayor Hume
Councilman Dealy took the chair.
Several communications were received
from taxpayers asking for a reduction of
of their assessment. Tho communica
tions wero referred to tho committee on
ways and means with power to act.
The following was adepted:
Wncani. The asscAjnient loll for the
joir 18H3. has liren returned to the coun
cil rn 1 dae nottsv given of the a huh.
ei le tl. That the agae::vi nt roll for
the year 1S83. Mid nil i'.n;i::cations for
corrections nox on file iu tlu ofuco of
the auditor nnd clerk be referred to the
uqmunttee on ways and ui-ans, who.
with the assistance of the assessor and
and-'tor, .shall examine thi sirac-, as pre
scribed by Ordinnnc No. 405, of the
city of Astoria.
Dated at Astoria this 13th d:v of
May. A. D., 18S3.
The claim of C. E. Jackins for A.59.13
was ordered paid, and on motion couucil
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hra:oJathen remot c the cover ami -mell. A cliem
lt vrill not bo required to gcti-cl tbe prcseaco ,
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d Price's Lupuiin Yesst Gsrr.s
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soht Healthy Bread.
The oest dry hop yoast in tho world.
Bread ral9ed by this yeast is light.whlta
and wholoBome like our grandmother's
GROCERS SELL THEM.
PREPARED OT Trie
Price Baking Powder Co.,
BaaTrs of DrrPrics's special FraYormz Extracts,
Chicago, III. St. Louis, Mo.
For s.i!o by Cititixo.Mf.rlk & Co., Agents
Steer Yourself to My Estab
lishment. I am selling FINE-FrmKG SUITS of
Best Quality and Designs
At Remarkable Low Prices.
Do you know that I can give you a Nobby
sun oi gooa maienai at
$10, $12, 15, 18, 20.
See Our New Hats,
Latost Styles at $2.50, $3, S3.S0
A Fine Assortment of Straw Hats.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO TRADE 1YTTH ME
And I herewith respectfully solclt a call.
. D. KANT,
Merchant Tailor anil Clothier;
y1" "$. V l
11 ' a i mimii a a a
C H, COOPERS,
A Few Brief Descriptions of Some of My Finest Styles in Fine
lst-ls a SINGLE BREASTED SACK SUIT in imported Corkscrew Goods
with flat hindniR, a closo fitting cut, and equal to anv work made to order. They
come in two shades, DUO rX and D AKK JSr AY Y BLUE.
2nd-Is a SINGLE BREASTED FROCK SUIT in dark Navy Blue Crepe
Cloth, without binding, which makes up one of the finest, and most durable Dress
a black Diagonal Cloth with a fine thread
win, vtiiiiuu. iiiiiiuiil;.
l-Is n SINGLE BREASTED SACK SUIT in a very fine fancv Cassimere.
in color, in style, a broken nlaid with a little IiIur ami oronrrp mnnimr
rfi, civinir it a very handsome appearance, without bindmi "
-Is a SINGLE BREASTED FROCK SUIT in a fine dark funo.v ftnsalmiw.
3th-ls a DOUJiLE BREASTED SACK SUIT in a fine dark mixed Cassimere,
a uiuKcu iu.uu mm .in uiu j;uiu suk lurcau running mrougn, iormmg a large anil
almost indistinct plaid. Very neat and durable. No binding.
Gth-ls a DOUBLE BREASTED FROCK PKINCE ALBERT SUIT in a fine
olack cloth with black satin lining and stitched edre. Also havn same .tv!i
suits with Farmer satin lining, and bound with black silk hindinc.
7th-ls a SINGLE BREASTED SACK SUIT in an extra fine blue Cloth with
a fine black silk fiat binding, the finest Goods made up in Gents' Sack Suits.
Besides these few mentioned lines,
DOUBLE BREASTED SUITS, and
bill lb witn Knee or long pants.
To go with these FINE DRESS SUITS I have an elegant assortment of
Gents Fine Furnisliing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots or Shoes.
THE LEADING DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING HOUSE IN THE CITY.
The Largest Stock. The Finest Goods. The IiSTrcst Prices.
Phythinix Sulldlnsr. ASTORIA, Or.
naroi naro en
1 liH lliafW I lei il UllWifllWollll if
The Leading Stationers and News Dealers of Astoria.
The Latest Notions
Wo defy any and all competition.
OPPOSITE PARKER HOUSE,
GO TO THE
Hair Dressing Saloon
Parker House, Main St.,
For a flrst-class Sliave, scientific Ilair-cnt.
and hygienic Shampoo, etc,
II. Da PARK, Prop.
-- GITY BOOK STOR
SHEET HIUSIC AND
a lis WM'WHBH a vmmumz
The Leading Clothier and Hatter.
Hen's, ,,2,o,u.t2a.s, and Boys'
Hats and Furnishing Goods.
-FINEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES.3
of green and red silk running through-
I have a large assortment in SINGLE or
SUMMER OYERCO ATS. Also BOYS
WATCHES AXD CLOCKS.
and Novelties, Etc.
Call, examino our goods and be convinced.
... ASTORIA, OEEGOS.
Columbia Candy Factory.
Ed. Jackson, Proprietor.
Candies. - 20Ctsperlb.
Bread, Ties and Cakes delivered every
Agents for Steck's
Little Giant, and
Kranich and Bach's Pianos,
Tabor, and Western