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TUESDAY JAKUAHY 13. 1 885
Where's your sled?
Head D. L.13eck and Son's adv'L
Bid the snow sift into your house
The telegraph operator at the cape
reportifc3 skating down there.
These arc great days for the man
who doesn't know enough to shut the
The meeting of the Ladies' Aid
society is postponed to next Tuesday
afternoon on account of the death of
The British bark Ifoss Head is
about given up for lost She is now
143 days out, more than twice the
time consumed in a usual voyage.
From an advertisement in the Or
cgonian it is learned that the Oregon
board of pilo't commissioners will
meet at their office in this city next
The several Knights of Pythias
lodges throughout the state will in a
month's time make fitting celebration
of the twenty-second anniversary of
the founding of the order.
Tickets for the calico ball can be
procured at Griffin & Reed's and C.
H. Cooper's. The grand march will
begin at nine o'clock. Those attend
ing may bo assured of a pleasant ev
ening. The fifteen citizens indicted and
tried at Seattle for alleged complicity
in "riots" iujTacoma were discharged
last Saturday, the jury returning a
verdict of "not guilty" after being
out ten minutes.
There has been a noticeable absence
of theatrical troupes in Astoria during
the past few months. Managers Bay
"Astoria is an expensive place to
play in," and the remark has a good
deal of truth in it
Idaho is building an insane asylum
at Blackfoot. Heretofore Oregon has
cared for Idaho's insane. Dr. Caban
iss says he will be the superintendent
of the new asylum when it is com
pleted. He is now in Salem.
The Salem fire department is ar
ranging to give a series of entertain
ments for tho benefit of the state
tournament fund of 18SG. The pro
gramme includes social, musical and
literary entertainments and a grand
The sidewheel steamer Olympian
arrived in from Tacoma early yester
day morning, and after circling up
and down the stream two or three
time3 started for the interior to be
tied up alongside her twin sister, the
Special council meeting to-night
The matter of raising the liquor
licenses to conform to the new law
will probably come up for discussion.
TheAstobian expressed its opinion
about the matter at the time the law
was passed and still thinks the same
On the 17th of January, 18G2, the
thermometer indicated thirty degrees
below zero at The Dalles. It was
one of the coldest days ever expe
rienced in this section also. The
river was almost entirely impassable
above Tongue Point, and ice floated
down for weeks.
At the annual meeting of the Lake
River Mill Co., held yesterday the
following officers -were elected: Pres
ident, E. R. Hawes, directors; B. Van
Dusen, E. R. Hawe3 and H. G. Van
Dusen. The year's work is satisfac
tory and shows a balance on the right
side of tho ledger.
Mayor Trullinger returned from
Portland on the Telephone last Sun
day. While there he bought a large
boiler and an engine, 14x16 cylinder,
with a view to increase the efficiency
of his electric light plant, thus hav
ing a reserve engine and necessary
appliances in case of need.
With sail and steam vessels cross
ing and recrossing, sometimes a dozen
a day, the Columbia river bar is con
spicuous by its absence from the list
of reports of casualties and disasters,
This is duo in a great measure to the
skill and efficiency of the pilots, and
those in charge at the month of the
The ladies of the relief corps will
give a calico ball at Liberty Hall
to-morrow evening. The floor will
be waxed and put in splendid con
dition for dancing. Refreshments
will be served in tho room adjoining
the hall. Tho ladies of the corps are
sparing no effort to make the affair a
success and will bo glad to see all
their friends next Wednesday even
All friends of Christianity are urged
to attend tho one o'clock meetings
held at the M E. church. During
tho past week evening meetings have
been held with success, and now an
effort is being made to generalize the
work by enlisting tho services and co
oneration of members of other church
es. These meetings are informal, and
businessmen are invited to call, if
only forjfive minutes, and by presence
and words aid in the work which has
We feel the cold such days as yes
terday and Sunday, more than the
state of the weather would seem to
warrant The air is so moist that
20 above zero here is as bad as 20 be
low in drier zones. Our houses and
all our arrangements are not estab
lished with a view to cold weather,
and tlw annual three days of cold al
wayarings considerable temporary
discomfort l'he poor flowers fared
the worst this time, and many an As
torian who rejoiced in blooming flow
ers last week now regrets the sight of
blackened and frost bitten buds.
On Sunday night the thermometer
at the signal service station in this city
indicated 20 degrees, the lowest tem
perature for a number of years. Yes-,
terday the wind shifted to the nerth:
east and in the afternoon small flakes'
of snow fell from the frozen clouds
that rolled in against the wind. At
dark the wind changed to the east
bringing the snow down thick and
fast and all night the flalses fell the
wind drifting the snow in beans. Atl
two this morning over thee inches,
had fallen and it was still-snowingT
Skipped by the Light of the Moon.
TII1I TKIXDIiE SWIXDIE.
PobtiiAJ?d, Jan. 18. Henry Prindle,
an attorney for tho notorious Gus
La Rocque, has skipped from here
with $1,500 which he had collected
on account of the La Rncquo estate.
Prindle has a notorious record, ex
tending from New. York to San Fran
cisco. His swindles aggregate S50,
000. There is no cluo to his where
abouts. nOW WILIi IT EKD?
Poet Towxsekd, Jan. 18. Collec
tor of customs Beecher has gone to
Alaska to head off the steamer Idaho,
which is supposed to have about 700
pounds of opium, hitherto unaccount
ed for, aboard. The opium has been
traced to the Idaho and he hopes to
capture it this trip.
CAXADIAN PACIFIC IN THE WAY.
New York, Jan. IS. The financial
outlook for tho Pacific Mail Steam
ship Co. is a serious one, owing to tho
probability of the Canadian Pacific
Railway Co. establishing a line of
steamers from their terminus across
"the evui that men do lives afteb
San Francisco, Jan. 18. An actress
here confesses to being the mother
of John McCulIonghs daughter
"Birdie," and admits the truth of the
report that tho tragedian had two
Gloucesteb, Mass., Jan. 18. Four
of tho crew of the ship liayless are
badly frozen; one had his leg ampu
tated. It is believed to be owing to
the cruelty of the captain.
CARRYING THE WAB INTO AFRICA.
Philadelphia, Jan. 18. Owing to
tho cutting inaugurated by the Bal
timore & Ohio railroad company, the
earnings of the Pennsylvania railroad
company for the enrrent month bid
fair to be the smallest of any mouth
of the fiscal year.
Pittsbubo, Penn., Jan. 18. The
tug Modoc exploded this morning
with a great crash, killing the pilot,
Joe Davis, and injuring the fireman
Geo. Hassell, an Englishman, was
robbed hero of $300 and some valu
able papers by a robber disguised as
AGAIKST nOME BULE.
Belfast, Jan. 18. Loyal patriotic
unions are meeting here to-day, pro
testing against homo rule.
Lokdon, Jan. 18. Several hundred
Irish families on tho west coast at
Achilla are famine stricken. They
are expecting aid from America.
Editor Stead was released from
prison to-day and will address a
Circnit Court Proceedings.
In the circuit court yesterday in
the case of Parker and Schlusscl vs
J. 3L D. Gray, on appeal from the
county court, appeal dismissed. In
the case of P. Sicommat vs Loeb &
Co., nonsuit In the case of A. G.
Spexarth vs J. T. Mulkey, verdict
for defendant A motion to strike
out parts of answer in the case of
Guro Arvold vs Jno. Hahn, et aL, was
argued and submitted. A demurrer
to answer in the case of C. H. M.
Toby vs F. L. Logan was argued and
submitted. In the case of the state
vs Wong Wa and Wing Chew the
former was fined $100; tho latter was
sentenced to three years in tho peni
tentiary; Jos. Dows was arraigned
and plead not guilty, trial set for
The Seattlo Chronicle of the loth
says tho reason that customs collector
Beecher is preceding the steamer
Idaho to Sitka, is that he suspects
about 627 pounds of opium, which he
traced on board of that vessel, but
could not find after a thorough search,
is secreted in the Alaskan capital.
The revenue cutter Wolvott, on which
the collector is proceeding north is
about as fleet as the Idaho. It it be
comes necessary he has authority to
detaiu the Idaho en route so as to
reach Baranoff island first, to ascer
tain the correctness of his suspicion.
Knowing ones claim that some extra
ordinary developments may be looked
Weather reports from the interior
are all to the effect that unusually
cold weather has prevailed for the
last forty-eight hours. In eastern
Oregon and Washington tho merenry
was about at zero, with clear sky.
Farther east tho cold was intense,
the thermometer indicating 52 de
grees below zero in Manitoba. Tho
Columbia is closed eastward from the
mouth of tho Willamette, and yester
day afternoon ice was running as far
down as Kalama. The Wide West
had no difficulty in coming down
yesterday afternoon and will leave on
time this morning. Weather sharps
do not think that there will be a gen
eral freeze up.
Attention is called to our advertis
ment in another column giving a par
tial list of the goods to be found in our
stock. We aim to carry the best assort
ment to be found in Astoria, ami ca.sh or
short time buyers will find it to their ad
vantage to make their purchases from
us. Goods delivered free of charge to
any part of the city.
D. L. Bkck & Son's.
House to Kent.
Four roems: well lecated: apply at
Spanish Queen Olives at Beck's.
Carl Adler has just received auother
invoice of those celebrated Emerson
Pianos direct from the factory. This
elegant piano is warranted for sev
en years. Getting these instruments
from first hands Mr. Adler is enabled to
sell yon an instrument at very low fig
ures; cheap for cash or on esisy month
ly installments. Remember Adler's
Shrewsbury Ketchup at Beck's.
ORDINANCE NO. 433.
To Provide a Board of Health and to Pro
tect tho Public From Contagions
and Infectious Disease.1?.
The City of Astoria does ordain as
Section 1. There shall be a board
of health, which shall consist of the
mayor, who shall be ex-oflicio presi
dent of the board, the committee on
health and police of the common
council, and a health officer. Tho
health officer shall bo a competent
physician of this city. He shall be
appointed by the common council
and shall hold his office during the
pleasure of the council.
Sec 2. The chief of police shall
be ex-officio health inspector, and
shall perform such duties as are re
quired of him in this ordinance and
as may be directed from time to time
by the board of health.
Sec 3. In case the mayor, from
any cause, shall bo unable to attend
to his duties as president of the board
of health, the board may choose any
other member of said board as presi
dent thereof, and the member so
chosen shall possess the powers and
perform the duties of the mayor, in
that respect, during the absence or
inability of the mayor to act
Sec 4. The board of health shall
have power, whenever in their judg
ment the public health shall require
L To order any vessel at the
wharves of the city, or in the vicinity
thereof (except vessels of war of the
United States), to the quarantine
grounds or other place of safety; and
may require all articles or things
landed in the city from such ve3sel,
to be seized and returned to the ves
sel, or removed to the quarantine
ground. And in case any master,
owner or consignee of any vessel shall
neglect or refuse to obey an order of
removal, made under this section, the
board of health or tho president
thereof may make the removal or
dered at the expense of such master,
owner or consignee.
2. To require the removal of all
persons landed into the city from any
vessel at the wharves or in the vicin
ity of the city.
3. To direct tho cleaning and fu
migation of any vessel or its cargo,
in the port of Astoria, and the de
struction of any bedding, clothing or
portion of the cargo that they may
deem infected and likely to spread
L To order to bo thrown over
board or destroyed any portion of
tho cargo of any vessel in said port
that may be in a decayed or injured
condition and likely on that account
to produce disease
5. To prevent communication be
tween any vessel ordered into quar
antine and the city, except under
such regulations as the said board,
in conjunction with the state health
officer, may establish.
6. To appoint such other officers,
in addition to the health officer and
health inspector, as may be necessary
to carry into effect the provisions of
this ordinance; and to authorize tho
said inspector and officers to enter
into and examine all vessels in the
port, except vessels of war, and all
buildings and premises of every de
scription within the city; and to as
certain and report to said board the
condition thereof, so far as the public
health may be affected thereby.
7. To give cuch directions and
adopt such measures as in their judg
ment may be necessary for cleaning
and purifying an. building or prem
ises, and to cause to be done iu rela
tion thereto, everything which in
their opinion may be proper to pro
serve the health of the city.
8. To prevent the spreading of
contagious disease by forbidding all
communication with a house or per
son infected with such a disease, ex
cept such as they may deem necessary
for any purpose; and by causing to
be removed to a place provided thero
for, any person infected with such a
disease, so far as thoy lawfully can;
and by doing or causing to bo done
any other act that they may deem
necessary to effect such object.
9. To provide (by and with tho
couseut of the common council),
whenever an epidemic disease shall
prevail in the city, as many hospital
buildings as they may deem neces
sary, and furnish the same with such
physicians, nurses, attendants, aud
supplies as they may deem necessary
Sec. 5. Compensation for the
health inspector, physicians and oth
ers appointed by the board of health
under the provisions of this ordinance,
shall be fixed by the common council
upon the recommendation of the
board of health.
Sec. G. The expenses incurred in
carrying out the provisions of this
ordinance shall be paid by the per
sons and property removed, or by the
property subjected to sanitary regu
lations in other respects, or by the
city, as in tho judgment of tho board
of health may in each case be deemed
Sec. 7. It shall bo the duty of the
health iuspector, under the direction
of the board of health, to search out
all accumulations of filth, street rub
bish, foul draius and cesspools, neg
lected privies aud pools of stagnant
water; to serve notice upon the per
sons whose duties it is to remove
such prolific causes of disease aud to
prosecute the persons who shall neg
lect to perform the duties required
of them by the regulations of the
board of health, or by the health or
dinances of tho common council, and
m general it shall be the duty of the
health inspector to carry into effect
all the orders and regulations of the
board of health; and, under the di
rection of the state health officer, to
carrv into effect the quarantine laws
and regulations of tho state ol Ure
gon Sec. 8. It shall be the duty of
each physician in this city to report
to the board of health, in writing, ev
ery patient he shall have laboring
under Asiatic cholera, or small-pox
or other infectious disease, within
twelve hours after he shall be satis
fied with the nature of the disease
and also to report every case of any
such disease within twelve hours af
ter the Bame may come to his knowl
edge; and, further, it shall be the du
ty of every such physician to report
to the board every case of death, from
any such disease, coming to his
knowledge, within twelve hours after
it shall have occurred or como to his
Sec 9. It shall bo tho duty of ev
ery person keeping a hotel, boarding
house or lodging houso in this city,
to report, in writing, to tho board of
health, within tho time mentioned in
section eight, tho name of every per
son boarding or lodging at his or her
houso whom he or she shall havo rea
son to believe to be sick with the
cholera, or small-pox or eny other
contagious or infectious disease, aud
if any deaths occurring at his or her
house from any such diseases; and
every master, owner or consignee of
a vessel lying at a wharf or in the
harbor of Astoria, shall make a like
report and within the same time.
Sec 10. It shall be the duty of
the owner or occupant of every house,
store, building or tenement in the
city, wherein any person may be sick
with the cholera, or small-pox or
other contagious or infectious disease
to give notice, in writing, to the
board of health within twelve hours
after the existence of such disease
shall come to his or her knowledge.
Sec. 11. It shall be the duty of
tho owner or occupant of every hotel,
boarding house, lodging house, pri
vate honse, store, building or tene
ment in the city, wherein any person
may have the cholera, small-pox
or other contagious or infectious dis
ease, to give notice to the public im
mediately of the existence of such
disease in such hotel, boarding house,
lodging house, private house, store,
building or tenement by placing a
yellow flag in some conspicuous place
on the premises where it may be
seen by persons passing on the street
near said premises, and in case the
owner or occupant of any such house,
store, building or tenement shall fail
or neglect to place such flag as afore
said, it is hereby made the duty of
the chief of police, as soon as he is
informed of the existence of such
disease in any such house, store,
building or tenement, to cause such
flag to be placed as aforesaid; and
Buch flag, whether placed as aforesaid
by such owner or occupant or by the
chief of police, shall remainhere un
til such person having such disease
shall havo so far recovered that no
danger by infection shall remain;
and no person shall take down or
destroy such flag, when so planted,
before the removal of all danger by
Sec. 12. It shall bo unlawful for
any person or persons to bring into the
citytany other person or persons siok
with the cholera, small-pox, or other
contagious or infectious disease; and
it shall be like unlawful for any per
son or persons having any such dis
ease to como into the city.
Sec. 13. No person having cholera,
small-pox or other contagious or in
fectious disease, and no person having j
waited upon or nursed, auy person
having any such disease, without tho i
permission of the board of health, j
shall go out in public, or pass from
house to house or building to build
ing, or appear in any street, alley or
other public place in said city until
all danger from infection shall bo re
moved, and if the chief of police shall
see or be informed of any person vio
lating this section, it shall be his
duty to cause such person to be tak
en "forthwith to his or her place of
residence, if within the city, and if
such residence is not within the city,
then to such place as the board of
health mav direct.
Sec. 14. It shall be tho duty of the
owner or occupant of any hotel or
house, as aforesaid, store, building or
tenement in the city, wherein any
person may havo been sick of any
disease mentioned iu this ordinance,
on death or recovery of such person
from such disease, forthwith to de
stroy, by burning or bnrying, the
clothes worn by such person during
such 8ickne33, and to cleanso and.
purify the room and house, store, ten
ement or building in which such
sick person was confined.
Bcklcns Arnica. Salve.
Tiik Best Sai.vk i n the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores,Ulcors, Salt Kheuui,
rover tort. letter, unappeu nanus,
Chi'ibuiiiis. Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
jwrfW-l satisfaction, or money refunded.
1 'r'n-e 25 cents per box. For sa le by W
K. Di'iiii'iit A Co.
Death of an Aged Pioneer.
Mr. Nathaniel Wither, a native of
Scotland, died at the residence of his
son-in-law, Mr. Wm. Edgar, yester
day morning, in the 82nd year of his
age. He had for several years been
affected with paralysis, and his pass
ing from earth was but a release from
long continued suffering. The do
ceased came to this coast from New
York, in the ship Brooklyn, in 1819,
aud for many years led an active
business life in California. The fu
neral will take place at half past nine
this morning, from Mr. Edgar's resi
dence. The interment will be at
A Reliable Article.
For enterprise, push and a desire to
ret such goods as will give the trade
.satisfaction, J. V. Conn the Druggist
leads all competition, no sens vr. uo
winkns Couch and Lung Syrup, because
its the best .Medicine on tne mamec, ior
Coughs, Colds, Croup and rriniary Con
sumption. Price CO cents and $1.00.
Samples free. .
Direct From Baltimore.
Fine eastern oysters, packed in ice,
received daily, at Bergman & Co.'s.
Peaches (halves) 10 fts $1-00
Pitted Plums 10 lbs 1.00
Zante Currants VI lbs 1-00
Prunes 12 lb3 1-00
At D. L, Beck &So:;s.
Rcatlj- For Business.
For a good steak, a delicious cup of
coffee or a plate of fine oysters goto
Frank Fabre's Coffee. Oyster and
Chop House; opposite 31. C. Crosby's.
To tho United States Restaurant for
the best oysters. Private rooms.
This is to notify all water consum
ers that they must box their pipes so
that they won't freeze up or tho water
will bo shut off. Where every one
allows tho water to run it 13 impossi
ble to keep a supply.
J. W. Welch.
All over the- land are going into ec
stasy over Dr. King's Hew Discovery
for Consumption. Their unlooked for
recovery by the timely use of this great
life Saving remedy, causes them to
go nearly wild in its praise. It is guar
anteed to positively cure Severe Coughs,
Colds, Asthma, Bay Fever, Bronchitis,
Hoarseness, Loss of Voice, or any affec
tion of tho Throat and Lungs. Trial
bottles free at W. E. Dement & Co.'s
Drug Store Large size S1.00.
All the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the choicest
Eerfumery, and toilet articles, etc can
e bought at the lowest prices, at J. W.
Conn's drug store, opposite OeMdent
"Hacfcmetack," a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents.
Sold by y. E. Dement
Cheap Canned Goods.
Pie Peaches (2J & cans) 15 cents per
can;S1.50per dezen: S2.75 per case.
A full line of choice table fruit at
correspondingly low prices. D. L
Beck & Sons.
ForaHfeat Fitting Boot
Or Shoe, go to P. J. Goodmans, on Che
naraus street, next door to 1. V. Case.
AH goods of the best make and guaran
teed quality. A ful I stock; new goods
constantly arriving. Custom work.
Harper's Bazar, Horner's Weekly and
Harper's Monthly, only S&50 per annum.
Subscribe at Adler's Book Store.
Having made great alterations in the
Watch and Jewelry Repairing Depart
ment Mr. Armbruster is now prepared
to do the finest kind of watch repairing
with latest improved machinery, at Ad
ler's Crystal Palace Gold and silver
plating done on short notice.
Cheap Tor Cosh.
Cube Sugar. 10 fis S1.00
Granulated Sugar 11 lbs 1.00
Crushed Sugar 11 Bis 1.00
Extra C 12 fis 1.00
GoldenCH tts 1.00
No. 1 Costa Kica Coffee 7 lbs 1.00
No.2 " " " 8 lbs 1.00
Choice O. G. Java Coffee 4K lbs. . . . 1.00
Other goods at equally low figures for
cash at D. L. Beck & Sons.
W.E. Dement & Co. are selling out
their stock of artist's materials at cost,
Greenbacks taken at par at Beck's.
Don't Eat Axle Grease
When you can buy delicious fresh Good
win butter at D.L. Beck & Sons'.
Gcrmea and Breakfast Gems at Beck's.
Parties wishing spars or piling of any
size or length can be supplied by leav
ing orders with J. II. D. Gray. "
The fine hall, 80x25, lately occupied as
I t .-. J.- fT..tI O-l
Apply t0 Jeff.
Foi Dyspepsia andLiver Complaint,
Sou have a printed guarantee ou every
ottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never
fails to cure. Sold bv W. E. Dement
Morton's English Sauces at Beck's.
Happiness and Health
Are important problems, the former de
pending greatly on the latter. Everyone
is familiar with the healthy properties
of fruit, and no one can afford to be sick
and miserable while the pleasant con
centrated liquid fruit remedy Syrup of
Figs, may bo had of our enterprising
druggists W. E. Dement & Co.
A twenty-dollar piece will buy a wag
on load of groceries at D. L. Beck &
A fine lotofthewellknown Henley
skates, in large variety at low figures,
A fine lot of fancy Boxpaper at very
low prices just received at Adler's.
A Iargc Consignment
Of the Hickok burners just received at
the New York Novelty Store.
The Star Skate.
A fresh lot of these celebrated skates
iust received afr the New York Novelty
At a reasonable rate: the fine nev
building opposite KirchhoiFs bakery.
Apply at this office.
Are vou made miserable by Indiges
tion. Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of
Annetite. Yellow Skin ? Slnoh's Vital
izer Is a positive cure. For sale by W.
E. Dement & Co,
Siiilou's Cure will immediately
relieve Croup, Whooping Cough, and
Bronchitis. Sold by W . E. Dement & Co
Choice Breakfast Bacon at BeckV.
Kor lame Back, Side- or Uhesc use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster, Price 25 cents.
For sale by W. E. Dement.
Whv will you coujjn when Shiloh's
Cure will Rive immediate relief. Price
10 ctis 50 cts aiutSl. Sold by W.E. De
ment. A Nasal Injector free with each
bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy
Price 50 cents. Sold by W. E. Dement.
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
Eleasant, prompt and effective remedy
nown. to cleanse the system: to acton.
the Liver. Kidneys and Bowels cently
yet thoroughly; to dispel Headachs,
Colds and Fevers: to cure Constipation,
Indigestion and kinureu ins.
Y. Lussier 01 San Francisco has en
Eased in the photograph business with
Crow the leading photographer.
H. P. GREGORY & CO.
Xo, 5 Xortk Freat St., Portland, Or.
Importers and Dealers In
LatneR. Borlnjc Machines,
UIlHiinnnn, occuiionnsi 1
Rubber and Leather Belting,
IMILIi FLNDIXGS GENERALLY,
Fll I fillip Iftllll-V1!0! 0
s rllLL Hlill Will I Cff 2
Having purchased extensively in Eastern and San Francisco
Markets, I am now prepared to show the Largest and Most Varied
Assortment of DRY GOODS and CLOTHING in the State of
Every Department is Complete!
Being one of the
Largest Buyers of Dry Goofts Clotliinfl
In The North West,
Buying Direct From TrnV Manufacturers and importers,
Saving the Extra Profits of Middlemen, We are enabled to
Give Our Customers the Benefit!
We Only Carry
FIRST CLASS GOODS!
And Our Prices are Low.
Specially Attended to and Filled With Dispatch.
G, H. COOPER'S
Wholesale and Retail Stores, Astoria, Oregon.
Holdeii's Auction Rooms
f Established January 1st, 1S77.
E. C. HOLDEN,
Heal Estate and General Auctioneer
and Commission Merchant,
Chennmns Street. - Astoria, Oregon.
Auction sale of Sundries every Saturday,
at 10 0 A. m., at my Auction Itooms.
Will conduct Auction Sales of Ileal Estate,
Cattle, and Farming Stock wherever de
sired. Cash Returns Promptly made after Sales.
Consignments respectfully solicited,
Notary Public for the State of Oregon.
Commissioner of Deeds for Washington
Agent for Dally and Weekly Oregonian.
1 1 TO 500 MILES THE SHORTEST
CHICAGO, BOSTON, NEW YORK,
And All Points East.
Hates S.30 to 10.23 Hie Cheapest to
AND OTHER POINTS.
Piilluiau Palace nail Kmirnnt Slceplnc Corn hauled on JKxpresa
Train h Kxclnsively -without Chance.
ir you are goln;; east write Tor ltates. Mars, Time Tables, Guides and Full Information.
FKEE OF C1IAHGE.
K. A. XOYES. W. 1. GAItRKTSOA.
AKCiit. Astoria. Asst. Agt., Astoria.
General Acnr, No, 1, Washlntaon street, Portland, Oregon.
MacDonald & Mcintosh
Are now Prepared to
Show a Large Assortment
Goods in Ehrery Line!
Which will be Sold at
Lower Figures than
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The Leading Clothing, Hat,
New Dress Goods,
New Flannels, Etc., Etc.
(Late Cutter with M. D. Kant.)
A Coed Fit Guaranteed.
rants, from 58 up. Suits from $30 up.
Shop opposite C. IL Cooper's.
; 12 TO 48 HOURS THE QUICKEST
Huffs, Omaha, Kansas Cifv,
at any Other House
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and Gents Furnishing Store
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