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This paper j on Jl! ai ibe-St. Charles
Hotel, Poi'laml, Or.
The Allahabad went to sea yastertluy.
The circuit court will be in session to
day. Daring the lost two months over C,000
immigrants have arrived in this state.
Sqnomonua street is finished and was
the scone of a lively ran last evouiii by
Onos and Two3.
There aro 1,003 cn.-s silniou of last
year's pack on the 0. K. & N. dock, and
15.000 cases of this year's.
E. G. Ilolden will liavn a special auc
tion sale of some fine fnrnitnro next Sat
urday afternoon. See adv.
The body of August Soa Jer, who "died
on the Oregon on the UJth ult., was yes
terday buried by the coroner.
Three thousand people on Sfpiemoqua
street at eight o'clock last evening:
twice that many nest Tuesday.
Letters are still being received asking
for the issue of The Daily Moexixg As
toria:; of Jan. 1st, 18S5. Next time we
will have the annual review of Clat
sop county and Astoria's industries eloc
trotyped and can then supply back num
bers at any time.
Charles O'Connor cuunciatrd the prin
ciple that a "reporter should get all t'ie
news he can and give it lo the world, but
a lawyer should get all the news he can
and keep it to himself." This probably
explains why thero are so many good re
porters and so many poor lawyer.
Of nine deaths since March 11. iu the
order of A. O. U. W., for the jurisdiction
of Oregon and "Washington, not one of
them occurred in Oregon. For the past
four years, "Washington territory, with
ono-lhird of the membership of Oregon,
has furnished nearly three-fonrths of the
Mr. S. B. l'eltengill, a woll-kuown
journalist of this city, has purchased
the daily and weekly Standard and
will take possession of that paper on
or about the lGtli inst. Mr. Pettengill
is an able writer and a gentleman wuo
has made many friends in this com
munity, and will" conduct the Standard
in a first class manner. News, :;.
R. E. Jackson and wifo leave next
Monday for Springfield, Ohio, where
they will in future reside. Mr. Jackson
has had charge of the city delivery of
The Astobiax since September. 183J and
during that time ho has always been
prompt, reliable and thoroughly trust
worthy in all his business relations with
this papor. The Astobian wishes him
good luck and -a prosperous career.
Jo. Pinschower was busy yesterday sec
tioning tho reserved peat list for the
new opera house. It is an extensive af
fair and requires considerable laying out.
A. S. Gross, the manager of the Casino
troupe which opens here next Tuesday,
says the theater is a better one than the
Newmarket or Casino at Portland. Tues
day's performance will bo an event in tho
history of Astoria. .Reserved seats at
tho New York Novelty store.
Tho circulation of Tm: "Wkukly Asto
riak which was at a stand for a while is
again on the increase. It contains a
good deal that does not appear in the
daily, and thero aro a good many things
of trivial import that appear in tho daily
that aro left out of tho weekly, making
it a concise, solid resume of the city,
county, nation and world's history for a
week. Two dollars puts it on your table
for a year.
Russian flour, oquM in quality to that
made from choice Minnesota spring
wheat, is offered for delivery in Now
York at C per barrel. This attack upon
our grain is as bold as tho snubbing of
John Bull in Central Asia. It must be
admitted that tho Muscorito has his
strong points in traffic an well as diplo
macy. A nation that can sond its flour
'1,099 miles from tho xoint of nmanufac
turo and soil it in Now York at competi
tive pr:ce3, will surely command its share
Tho tournament committee met yes
terday evening and prepared a program mo
and order of exercises for next Tuesday.
The matter of decorations will be mostly
left to tho citizens who will doubtless see
that buildings, residences, etc.. will be
properly decorated. The firemen duly
appreciate the efforts of all to aid in the
matter and aro particularly grateful to
tho ladies who aided by lest week's fair
and bazaar to so materially increase tho
fund, which is none too large at best to
D. K. Mcintosh assumed charge of
the city delivery of The Daily As
toriax on the lt inst. All payments
are to be made to him and he is author
ized to receipt for the same.
.1. F. Haixorax & Co.
Evening Star Social Club will meet at
tlw hall of Astoria Engine Co. Xo. l
this evening at 7:.'.
War! War! War!
The latest news lo hand states that
5,000 men attacked JclTs Restaurant last
week. They were galantlly met by that
veteran, and got the bejt and cheapest
meal in town. Jeff intends to fight it
out in tiiat line if it takes all hummer.
Just as good as yon usually pav a bit for.
can ba had FOI. FIVE CENTS at C. P.
(.j-mnasitii!.; Boy C2ass.
A class for boys from the ages of 7 to
13 years will bo formed at the Astoria
Gymnasium. A competent teacher will
be provide.!. Apply at the gymnasium
between the hours of 10 a. i.and lOr.jj.
W. E. Johns. pr.ip.
Former price 33 and 40 cents, latent
out, comic, sentimental, etc.. at 10 cents.
Gr.irFix & Heed's
City Book Store.
Buy your Lime of Gray at Portland
-iti'mlto xnr. aitokiix.i
"Walia "WAX.IJI, June 15. Tramps are
getting troublesome and sauey. Three
oHJieni were put off a train west of here
this morning and one persisting in get
ting on a third lime was shot by a brake
man and dangerously wounded.
KILLED BV nOUSK THUSVIX.
Slmitee Valley, Or.. June :i. Louis
Rivers, a rejected resident of this
soct'on was shot and killed yester
day by hor-e thieu-s. The body was
riddled with bullets and his horse killed.
E. J . Allen, a blocknian living in this
valley is missing, and it is thought that
ho has also besn killed. Citizens are in
1HE OIUN'OHRS" l'ICSIC.
J::jrr.Bov, Or., June 3. Oregon gran-gt-rs
to the number or five thousand are
assembled here haring a grand picnic, at
the crossing of the Oregon and Califor
nia railroid and tho Santiam. The
gathering is the largest seen here in many
yeans. I ho grango was addressed this
afternoon by Judgo R. P. Boise, grand
master of the grange, 21. A. Shipley, past
master. W. R. Bilvea and Mrs E. Ship
Chicago, Bis., Juno 3. A car load of
shad passed through this city this morn
ing lo be placed in Oregon waters.
Her ColiMon With thu 0;caa Dock at .Seattle.
Steamer Olympian this morning at
half-past 1 o'clock, as sho attempted lo
land at tho city dock, struck tho south
east corner of the oceen dock, carrying
away the piles supporting tho same, and
demolishing that corner of tho building.
Tho total damage thereto is estimated !
at $3,030. Tin Ol'jmpiun herself w.n
badly damaged. There were but few eye
witnesses to the accident. It is said that
tho steamer was-coming at full head lo
tho building when sho struck against the
wharf. Ono man said: "I thought sho
was making for the spit where the Emnvi
Hayward was lying." The Olympian
was damaged from tho stem to the pilot
house to the extent of somo 1,000.
Captain "Wilson, formerly of tho North
Pacific, was commanding tho vessel, but
was not at th'o wheel until too lata to
avoid tho accident. It seems tint his
having been overworked of lata caused
him to leave tho vessel in c'uargo of tho
mate, with orders to b? called iu timo to
mako tho landings, while ho took same
rest. Ho was called too late, however.
and reached the pilot house, when tho!
courses of the steamer could not ba
change. The parly in charge of tho i
wueei ar me unie siysne miscalculated
the distance of the ocean dock.
The Olympian proceeded lo Victoria
after discharging her passengers and
freight here and will probably return
about six o'clock this evening.
On her return to J'acoma sho will bo
hauled off for repairs. Steamer Qcorgc
E. Starr will take her place meanwhile,
and arrive at midnight from Tacoma. J
Tho Olympian was making her second
trip to Seattle last night since sho came
back from San Francisco, The accident
will undoubtedly cause great incon
venience to tho traveling public tem
porarily unless another vessel is added
to tho Victoria route. It is jast about
a year ago that the Quern ran into tho
citv dock. Seattle Chronicle.M.
rOHUIUX SVL3I0X XOTES.
Tho continuous steady demand for
salmon has made very considerable in
roads on the stocks, so much so that it is
discovered on inquiry that there is very
little to be had certainly none at tho
ordinary level of prices which have been
rulins for some time past. Considerable
sales have been made within tho past
week, and heavy parcels iu the aggregate
have changed hands, all required for act
ual stock purposes. Tho deal era t hrough
out the country having supplied thera
solves purely from baud to mouth, will
now nnu id uimcuit to replace at lormsr
rates. Certainly within the experience
of tho oldest in the trade, stocks were
never so low as they aro at present to
meet tho usual requirements. Parlies
not given to cultivating an alarmist
frame of mind declare that tho bare con
dition of tho market will b3 apparent
upon tho slightest extra demand from
the country. Salmon practically doe.?
not exist to meet tho requirements. The
forces which have contributed lo this re
sult are tho ruinous prices, tho remarka
ble abbonco of lobsters, the loss of f3,000
cases by tho foundering of the
Kirlncood, and tne short supply' (esti
mated at f0,000 cases) at the beginning
of tho season as compared with previous
years. A rise has taken place to tho ex
tent of Is to Is Cd per case, and this will
in all probability bo followed by a fur
ther advance. Other reports say tho de
mand is fairly sustaiued and is much
better than could have been anticipated
under tho present pressure of stock duty
paid goods. Tho -visible supply of really
Sine and choice brands is becoming very
restricted, whilo tho demand for low
priced goods is likely to bring a great
quantity of that class into the market.
At tho same timo it has become evidout
that the retail prices of 4d and 5d per
tin have groatly increased the consump
tion. A reaction in salmon seems about
to take place. The present low prices
have caused the ruin of many packers,
and quite a number of canneries on tho
Pacific coast will not open this year.
Correspondence London Grocer.
Our sale of Ball's Corsets is unprece
dented. Phael Brop.
To Accommodate His Patrons.
Alex. Gilbeit 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
For :i Xcat Fitting Root
Jr Shoe, go to P. J. Goodmans, on Che
nanuis 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.
Don't pay 23 to 50 cents for dinner
when you can get a better one iit the
Telephone tor 15 cents from 11 to 2.
Grav sells Sackett Bros.' Al sawed
cedar 'shingles A full 11 guaranteed.
Do You TIi Ink that Jcff" of
The Chop House
Gives you a meal for nothing, and a
glass of something to drink? "Not
much I" but he gives a better ineal and
more ofit than any place in town for
2T cents. lie buvs by the wholesale and
pav cash. '-That settles iL"
At Franlc Falr's.
Board for S22.M a month. The best
in the city. Dinner from 3 to 7.
Shipments !y Rail and Ocean: Foreign and
Tho Ilanmstrant, tho first vessel to
load salmon in "85 in tho Columbia river
for England is laid on and has begun
to take her cargo. Salmon shipments
begin a liltlo late this year. Last year,
on tha 12th of Juno the first salmon car
go went across the bar, tho Eslzlalc, with
9500 cases, worth 17,023. Thero was
considerable salmon shipped from here
to England last June, as tho following
table will shew:
Tuno 12Esklale. ... OJQo
.Tune lSltata S.tiSO
June 27.AberstvuhCastie 12,060
July i3.Jess!e Janiiesoii 22.516
Aug. c Citv of Delhi
Sept. cBelle of Oregon-
315,813 SI, 579,3 tS
The above is a'summary of shipments
of salmon from here to England for tho
twelve months ending June 1st, 18S5. All
the above vessels arrived safely except
tho Kirlncood and the Pertlishire. The
former, it will bo noticed, had a cargo
almost as largo as all tha four Juno vessels
together, and went down when nearly
home. As tho careo was fully insured
S and tho English market was already over-
; stocked, tho Columbia river shippers wcro
1 not entirely inconsolable. The Perlh-
sit ire got into iruuuiu iu iuu riiinmuu la
lands April 17th, and at last accounts was
in a bad way.
For the year ending March 31st, 1835,
the totals of monthly shipments were as
San Attain Great
Fran. Sis. JSritaio
April, lSSt 1,613 :S0
Mav U.477 12,017
June 13.7-12 11,940 53.S33
July 15.221 17.678 CGC21
August 273 41,351 H3.020
NNitember 12,247 31.140 5,5Sl
October 5.70 22.76S 9,311
November 9,7ls 23.118 .........
December. 10.769 fi,297
Jiiiiar.'. 1SS3 2.2j 11.9J3
FVbrnarv. 4lX) 7320 11S90
March. 7ro 12,402
ToUS 109,031 211,037 313.SS7
The November shipments to tho Atlantic
states include 29,634 cases by tho llr. IT.
SlarbitcJ: (or New York; the remainder for
tho Atlantic states went by tho Northern
Pacific railroad. The total shipments for
the year wero as follews:
To San Francisco .....
To New York Iv j-ail
To Atlantic States by mil
Tho monthly shipments for tho year
wore as follews:
i Apri', lSsl
. Sl.54ul)ecc!nber ..
. 91.7M.Ian. lSS1.
.1G4 .979 February.
LOSS OK THE (JKOIHSK JK1X.NE.
People were shocked to read in recent
dispatches the account of the destruction
of the French fishing bark Georgs Jeanne
by collision with tho City of Home, on.
tho banks of Newfounland. People who
have crossed the Atlantic can roadily
realize tho catastrophe. The bark lay at
anchor in n dense fog. Sho was not seen
till she was twenty feet distant, and al
most instantly tho great steamer crushed
down upon her cutting her in two like an
apple and hurling her entire crew, villi
the exception of two sailors, iuto eter
nity. It was all over in n few seconds
The bark was seen, was run over and was
lost sight of in the fog m almost less
time than it takes to tell the story.
There is nothing new in the catastrophe.
It has happened over and over again.
She question is, are such accidents pre
ventable, and if yes, how?
In inland waters tho law is That -vessels
must slow up in fogs. Captain
Munro of the City of Home clnims that
he had done so, nnd was running at half
speed, sounding his steam whistle iuct3
sautly. Tho practice of vessels on the
Atlantic varies in this mat lor. Now that
speed is the great desideratum, and tho
fastest steamer gets tho most passengers,
it is believed that very few vessels slow
up on the banks. They go through the
fov just na fast as they can. The late
Commodoro Judkins of tho Canard fleet
justified tho practice. He argued thus:
'Tf mv clfin Viinr !.4s m.lliinn ml v..tlt
auij iutu lull .llljtuiu Jb HJI1
matter little whether sho is running five,
ten. or fifteen knots; she will run it down.
And in tho fogs which prevail on the
banks, when the bowsprit is often invisi
ble from tho bridge, you can never see a
vessel lying in your way till you aro on
top of her. If I go slow 1 am so much
the longer in tho fog; if I go fest tho
danger is the sooner over. Besides, I am
responsible for tho people 1 carry. If I
go fast I know that in the event of a col
lision I shall go over the other vessel, but
if I go slow and sho happens to go fast,
sho may go over me."
It is shocking to think of an unfortu
nate fishing craft being suddenly de
stroyed, as if by a stroke of lightning, by
a great steamer like tho City of Home
coming down upon her out of the fo.
Almost every ono who has crossed tho
ocean has felt his heart leap into his
mouth, when, in tho passage through
that dreary thousand miles of fog,
somo wretched little fishing brig or
schooner all at once loomed into view
closo under tho steamer's bows, preserved
from destruction by just a few feet of
water. Lots of fishing vessels have been
run over and no ono has known it.
"Of ten and often,.' said an old steamer
captain, "we foci a thud as we are rush
ing.through the fog at night, and pass
engers are told it is nothing but an
unusually heavy wave, but we know
that some poor fishermen have gone to
Davy Jones' locker.' "SVnat can wo do?
We couldn't help it,"
Buclricu's Arnica Salve.
The Bhst Salvk in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores.UIcers, Salt Kheum,
rover aores. xeuer, snapped Jlanus,
Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or monev refunded.
Price 23 cents per box. For sale by W.
E. Dement & Co.
When others fail try Crow, the lead
ing Photographer, Xo. G) Water slree t
The Karest oi' Combinations,
True delicacy of flavor with true efll
cacy of actlou has been obtained in the
famous California liquid fruit remedy
Syrup of Figs. Its pleasant taste and
beneficial effects have rendered it im
mentely popular. For sale bj W. E.
Dement & Co.
If you want a first-class picture go to
Crow's gallery and you will be sure to
be suited for his work recommends
.. 17.CC I
I'll tit VCTEG IX TI1E BEARD.
It is not generally known, but it is a
fact, that a better idea of character is
expressed by tho beard oftentimes than
by tho countenauce. The art of reading
character by the beard is taught as a sci
ence in Paris under tho name of 'philo
graphy,' and I understand a book is
shortly to be published in which the
principles of this science will be given in
detail. Did you ever notice that people
of very violent temper havo always close
;.. i,n;.? t-? n ?-.- i.i. -"
mu.wiij; mm. a.. i i, mm, every man
having clo3-growiug hair is tho owner
of a ueciuea temper, it's enough for mo
to note at a glanco how a man's hair
grows. Then I know how to handle him.
ilen of strong temper are generally vig
orous, but at tho same timo thov are not
always fixed in their opinions. Now, the
man with coarse hair is generally rooted
to his prejudices. Coarse hair denotes
obstinacy. It is not a good business pol
icy to oppose a man whose hair is coarse.
The eccentric man has always fino hair,
and yon never yet saw a man of erratic
tendencies, who at the same timo had a
sound mind, that was not rofined in his
taste3. Fino hair indicates refinement.
Yon may havo noticed that men engaged
in intellectual, or especially in esthetic
pursuits, where delicacy of taste is re
quired, havo invariably fine, luxuriant
hair and beard. These same men as a
class, particularly painters, are always
remarkable for their personal peculiari
ties. Tako Oscar Wilde, for example.
His hair is as fine and soft as a child's
and you remember how much fun was
made of him because he persisted in
wearing Knee-oncnes. uscar Wildo
couldn't help that, however. Ho had to
act differently from other men because
his mind had an erratic bent. I went
to see him when ho lectured here, just
to satisfy myself whether ho was a hum
bug. The moment I caught sight of his
hair, which you remember he wore down
his back, I was satisfied the man was in
earnest, though very eccentric. Tho bril
liant, sprightly fellow, who by the way is
almost always superficial, has generally
a curly beard. If not his hair is curly.
Its easy to bring a smile to tho face of a
man whose hair i.s curly. He laughs
where colder natures see nothing to
laugh at. But that's because his mind
is buoyant and not deep enough to pen
etrate to the bottom of things. Thero is
a good deal of difference between coarse
iiair and hair that is harsh, though it re
quires an expert to distinguish it. For
example, a man's moustache may be of a
texture as fino as silk, and yet cannot bo
trained to grow into a graceful curve.
That's becauso tho hair is harsh. Now
peoplo whoso hair is harsh havo amiable
but cold natures. They aro always ready
to listen, but it's difficult to arouse their
feelings. In men of this disposition
tho hair on their heads is gen
erally, in fact almost always, of a darker
shado than their beards. "When the
beard is full, covering the entire face, the
color varios from a dark shade near tho
roots to red, which colors the end of the
hair. These men have very rarely good
memory. Thoy forget easily, and often
leave a cane or an overcoat behind them
in a barber-shop. They aro great pro-
crastinatora, and aro bad at keeping ap
pointments. Think over your acquaint
ances and see if the man who is habitu
ally slow has not a mustache or beard of
a lighter shade than his hair. It's al
ways the case. Thesa are men who come
in late at tho theater and get to tho de
pot just in timo to miss tho train. But
philography is a scieuce. It takes years
of study and observation to acquire it.
From long practice and a natural liking
for tho art 1 havo attained considerable
skill in discerning character. Now, I
knew you were a reporter as soon as you
camo in, and you see I havo pleased yon
by giving you a new subject to write
about. Chicago Xcws Interview with a
Cr:ip. Whooping Cough and Uron
rUi'U isnme.liatc.y iclievedby Shiloh"
c in- !;! y v. b. Dement
tmola. at the TeltziiiJtt
From 11 to 2 every day.
A fine lunch with drink or cigar, 2.1
Xo charge after two oVIo&k.
Tin' average female heart is left in :i
pei feel Hutt"'rb3' our latent arrivals of.
novelties in Dress gniw!. TarasoK etc.
All the patent medicines advertised
in tin-? paper, together with the choicest
HTlumery, nn-l Unlet 'articles, etc- can
! bought at the lowest prices, at J. W.
Conn's dru:r store, opposite Ocident
?vvtli IS intern nnd. Hhonlwatcr
Constant! v on hand, cooked to any style
at Prniik Fabre's.
i'i iva'e card rooms at JelFs ne.w ui
limn "The Telephone.'
.Siiu.oifs Cvnn will immediately
lclteve Croup. Whooping Cough, and
Bronchitis, bold by W. E. Dement it Co
Dm of the finest billiard tables on the
i o ! at .Jell's 'Telephone.'
Foi DyiMM)sia andLiver Complaint, '
von have a printed iu.irantec on every !
bottle of Shilolfs itahzer. It never
f.ii! to eur. hohl by W. . Dement.
A Nal Injector free with each
bottle of hilohs Catarrh Kcinedy
rrice ) rriit-. Sold by W. E. Dement
Firemen's Shirts from
For Dinner Parties to order, at short
notice, go to Frank Fabre's.
Aievon made miserable
section. Constipation, Dizziness. Loss ol
nnnelite. Yellow Skin ? Shiioh's Vital
bcr is a posithe eure. For sale by W.
The Kev. Geo. 11. Thayer, of Bour
bon, Ind., says: lioth myself and wife
owe our lives to Shiloii's Consumption
Cukb." Sold by W. E. Dement.
For lame Back, Side or Chest use
Shiioh's Porous Plaster, Pnco 2." cents.
For sale by W. E. Dement.
THE HEYNEMAN PUNCH CIGAR.
Fully Equal to the Usual Bit Cigar.
Try It, -
To Be Found in Astoria only at
C. P. VIL,SONV3.
OFF PEACOCK SPIT ON THE 3IORN
im: of the 2Sth Inst., about ioo fathoms
net old and new. old in two pieces. 40 Bar
bour's twine, corksimarked C. C. & Co. Leave
with V. McAllister at Cook's. Station, Saud
Test Your Baloiig Fowcler To-Day!
Brands -drertlsed u ftbsolatslj pun
TUn a. can top dotrn on & hot rtoro emit
. JSrf' tDen removo Ue corer nnd mU. A chem
lt win not bo required to detect tbe orescaca C
DOES K0T CONTAIN A3DI0XIA.
Its Uesll-I-lMS. UoJ NEVER Ectn QcctUc-td.
liij -tood tne consumer's rill-hie teat,
THE TEST OF THE GVE&
Price Baking PoTrdcr Co.,
Dr. Price's Special Flavoring Extracts,
The stro-cest, most delicious and natural
D?. Price's Lupulin Yeas! Gems ;
icr Light, liealthy Bnrad.Tho Seat Dry Hop
Yeast In ttu world.
FOR SALE BY GROCERS,
CHICAGO. - ST. LOUIS
kt Healthy Bread,
The oeat dry hop yaaat In the world.
Bread raised by this yeast Is lisht.whito
and wholeqomo like our prondmothor'a
GROCERS SELL THEfVl.
PRCP&RCO OV THE
Price Baking Powder Co.,
HanTis ol Dr. Price's special Ylmmi Extracis,
Chicago. III. St. Louis, Mo.
For sale by CciTiXG.MniiLR & Co., Agents
Isjiot constituted only or good health
Flav:: prominent part in the same also. Now
Ha? tho finest assortment of Ready Made
Men's, Youth's and Hoy's Clothing, also
makes them, too. and guarantees all his
work to you. He has an Immense stock of
Gent's Furnishing Goods, Boot", Shoes. Hats
and Caps. Alo has just received the latest
and best of Athletic and Bathing Suits, and
sells goods at the lowest bed-rocx prices.
Merchant Tailor anfl. dottier.
San Francisco and Astoria
Carrying freight; running every tea or
The "JNO. O. NOKTH" will leave San Fran
rfsco on the 30th inst.
$1-50 per Ton.
S. II. HARMON,
310 Stuart St., Sjm Francisco, Cal.,
CLATSOP MILL CO., Astoria.
Bids for Building Pilot Schooner.
WILLBERECEIVED UNTIL JUNE 10th,
time having been extended until that
date to give all sufficient lime to prepare
and put in their bids. By order
BOARD PILOT COMMISSIONERS.
G. W. LOUNSBERUY, Secty.
Astoria, Oregox, Ju.ve i. 1SJ5.
You are authorized to say that I will tight
Thos. "Ward for $250 a side, with hard qloves
to a flnlsh, Marquis of of Queensbury rules
to govern : the winner to receive the enure
proceeds honld there be any ; the said light
to take place In Astoria ten days from sign
ing articles. Yours Truly,
J-?3t .FRANK SILVER.
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Our itoek is now complete in every department and ladies wishine a choice
selection of first class goods at very LOW PRICES would do well to call early.
Tn the following lines of goods our selections and prices will compare favor
ably wlih Eastern and San Francisco houses carrying first class goods.
Rich Black and Colored Silks.
Handsome Brocaded Black and Colored Silks.
Evening- Silks, in all the latest tints.
Fine Imported Dress Goods.
Embroidered and Fiorured Combination Suits.
New Ginghams. New Prints.
New Lawns. New Charr.brays.
New Table Linen and Napkins.
Embroidered Table and Piano Covers.
Lace Curtains and Curtain Nett.
Novelties in Lace Goods, Buttons, Gloves,
Parasols, Ribbons, Fans, etc., etc.
Having bought more largely than this seasons trade seems to demand we
have concluded to reduce our immense stock to cost price.
THE LATEST STYLES Itf
Ladies Cloaks, Traveling Ulsters,
Wraps, Jerseys, etc., etc.
The Leading Stationers and Tews Dealers of Astoria.
The Latest Notions and Novelties, Etc.
We defy any and all competition. Call, examine our goods and be convinced.
OPPOSITE PARKER HOITSE, ... ASTORIA, OBEGttM.
GO TO THE
Hair Dressing Saloon
Xarlicr House, Mniu St..
For "a flrst-class Shave, scientific Hair-cut.
and hygienic Shampoo, etc,
II. Dti PARK, rrop.
SHEET MUSIC AND
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The Leading Clothier and Hatter.
Men's, Touths' and Soys'
Hats and Furmsfcing Goods.
-FINEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES.."3
WATCHES AND CLOCKS.
W. S. DEMENT & CO.
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON
Carry In Stock,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET
Prescriptions carefully Compounded
Agents for Steck's
Little Giant, and
Kranich and Bach's Pianos,
Taber, and Western
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