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SUNDAY SEPTEMBERS. 18S3
Alort II. &L. meeting to-morrow
The Gen. Miles will leave for
Gray's harbor next Tuesday.
Geo. P. Wheeler has been ap
pointed a notary public for Clatsop
The first shipment of the North
ern Pacific Express company wa3 on
the Qacen of tfte Pacific.
Occident Council No. 5, Order of
Chosen Friends, will meet to-morow
night at 7:30. A full attendance is
There will bo German service by
Rev. J. Sluellhaupt at 3 o'clock, in
iho Baptist church. All Gormans are
A. F. .Johns and C. J. Curtis, of
this city, have been appointed as aids
to the grand marshal on the occasion
of the celebration at Portland next
Shippers by (he Queen of the Pa
cific will havo to sign general average
bonds, and after an adjustment
pro raia the loss of each will be de
termined. There will be diviuo servico in
the LL E. church to-day at 11 a.
v., aud 7:30 v. w., by Rev. Wm.
Roberts who will in future have
charge of (hat church.
The rain fell all day yesterday,
effectually putting out the forest tires
and removing all fear from the minds
of many who have been in a constant
state of dread for months.
Tho stepson of Mr. Riddle, who
was brought down in a paralyzed
condition from Knappa, last Friday,
died at the hospital yesterday morn
ing, of concussion of the spine.
The work of lightering the C. IK
Bryant began yesterday. As far as
reached the cargo is uninjured,
though there will be doubtless some
damage to that stowed underneath.
Despite its arrogance the Oregon
im is to be commended for its correct
and generally impartial'account of oc
currencoc. It is tho only newspaper,
beside The Ahtoeiax, that had a cor
rect statement in regard to the strand
ing of tho Queen.
Arthur Foley, a four-year-old
boy, who strayed on board tho Co
lumbia at Astoria, and was carried off,
was found by officer Clinton on tho
arrival of the steamer at San Francis
co. The little fellow was all right.
He will be sent back to his parents on
the Columbia Monday.
On Wednesday evening tho Con
solidated Jubileo Singers and Colored
Minstrols play at Occidontul Hall.
Tho box sheet for the entertainment,
and likewise for Howe's San Fran
cisco company will be open at Strauss'
New York Novelty Store to-morrow
morning at nine o'clock.
The Victoria arrived in yester
day with freight from San Frahcisco;
tlie State came in at an early hour
with vegetables and fruit for Astria,
nt which every one rejoiced and was
exceedingly glad, for the onforced
unloading of the Queen had caused a
dearth of provisions. The Orsgun
sailed at A. r. at.
Eastern papers are making fun of
Washington territory names. A
young lady who has been at Molly
ehukamunk, Moosolucmaguntic, Ay
boljockamejus, Magaguadavio, Cob
bosaco, Coutce, Togus, Tomhegan,
Katepskowegan, Brassua, Aziscooa,
Ripogenus Eheeme, Nahraakanta,
Millnoket, Monsweak, Mattawamkeag
and other fashionable resorts down in
Maine, had an awfully nice time, but
she lamed hor jaw in trying to tell the
home circle in her village about her
The steamer Queen of the Pacific
has been gotten out of hor perilous
situation on Sand Island and is rid of
the fate of many wrecks that have
strown that desolate place.
We direct attention to the grammar,
diction, implication, and assertion of
the above. It is from tho Oregon
Mist, and is given as a sample of the
comment that idiocy prompts. In
this case there was no intent to be
wrong, but it was easier to make
mibtakc than a mental effort at
We do not just understand what
tho Walla Walla Union's idea is in
calling the striking of tho Qveen on
Clatsop spit, fa fortunate accident."
Are loss of cargc, detention of
passengers aud mental disquietude
elements of cood fortune? Possibly
tho Walla Walla Union wants to
keep "files of The Astouun" and
show in future editorials rhat a ter
rible place the bar is because a vessel
struck on projecting shore lines in a
fog. Is it that that makes it "fortu
nate?" An explanation in tho inter
st of humanity, is in order.
Best Custom Work, Itools and Shoes,
Can be had at I. J. Arvohl's. nprt tn
City Book Store. Ladies and gentlemen
call there for tne finest fitting boots and
shoes, aud lowest prices. Perfect fit
Two snlnndid ninnrxs tmvo lmnn m
eeivert atGustav Hansen's Pnll nmnTil
and seo them. They are of exquisite
lone anu Jinisii.
About the Size of it
There is no business in which men
can undertake greater risks on less
capital than the theatrical. A specu
lator goes in with a few hundred dol
lars, ecrapes all his credit together,
gathers a lot of amateurs or starving
actors and actresses, tempts them
with largo promises, buys a job lot of
old printing and starts off into tho
country with a piece which has either
never bien tried or has been a failure
Any successful piece falls into the
hands of tho larger speculators, who
have greater facilitius for imposing on
the public. The company gets along
through the firat few towne all right,
but it is seldom long before they get
into difficulties; then money gives out,
then baggage is seized for debt and
the actors and actresses arc left
stranded in some place where they
have no friends, and have either to be
sent homo by the charity of the pub
lic or have to struggle back through
all sorts of discomforts and miseries,
some of them becoming applicants to
the Actor's Fund. This does not only
a severe wrong to the people them
selve3j but it disgusts the people with
theatrical shows and genuine, well
organized, good companies are not
patronized. Every season these
gangs are found in detachments, brok
en up and starving, all over the
country, aud every season another
batch shirts out to meet the same fate.
If the reliable managers of tho lead
ing cities will combine with tho mana
gers of tho smaller theaters on their
circuits to bar out all attractions that
are not genuine, they will not only
save an amount of misery annually
recorded in the newspapers, but they
will relieve the public of a great deal
of unpleasant experience, and they
will find their ample reward in the
profits they will make on the com
panies they do send out. As it stands,
the theatrical business is one of
quackery and imposture. There arc
only few mou in it who are able- to
keep their engagements with tho pub
lic The hand-tu-mouth policy is tho
only oue possible to most of the ad
venturora, and bad plays, bad actors
and aJouchy performances arc all they
can offer. This is simply beating the
public aud it is a point which should
be taken into oarnest consideration by
all whoso capital is invested in legiti
mate theatrical enterprises for their
own sakes as well as for the sake of
the public, who are not willing to bo
without amusement, but who do not
care to support institutions that one
half the time take advantage of them.
S. F. Chronicle.
Two of a Kind.
Tho New Tacoma Ledger divides the
honors with the Portland ifcics for
mean assertions regarding the strand
ing of the Queen. The Ledger in
winding up a contemptible fling, says:
If the sea had been as rough on
Tuesday afternoon as it usually is on
the bar, tho telegrams that burdened
the line irom Astoria to San Francis
co would have carried tho news of tho
drowning of hundreds of people, in
stead of gratulations upon their prov
idential escape from watery graves.
All that the abve precious mor-
ceau needs is the word "only" after
the fourth word, to exactly express
what was in the mind of the creature
that wrote it a regret that the acci
dent was not a catastrophe.
The programme for Henry Yil-
lard's guests this week includes two
visits to Astoria. On Thursday, the
13th, at 9 a. M. tho steamers Wide
We.il and Thompson convey the special
party hero and return to Kalama,
sleeping in tho train, which will be
transferred to bank opposite Kalama.
On Friday, at 0. a. m. the general
guests will start on the Columbia from
Portland, proceed to Astoria, and re
turn to Calama at 9 l. M. Owing to
the limited stay no general reception
will be given as was first contemp
The directors of the Oregon and
California R. R. company, give
notice that they have filed sup
plementary articles of incorporation
authorizing the corporation to en
gage in new enterprises, to increase
its preferred or common capital stock,
or both, and to construct and equip
a railroad and telegraph line with
all necessary branches from a
point at or near Forest Grove in
Washington county, Oregon, to As
toria, in Clatsop county, Oregon to
connect with its existing railroad, and
to operate and maintain the same
and carry freight and passengers
thereon and receive tolls for the
The steamer Emma Hayward nar
rowly escaped serious disaster at the
New Tacoma wharf the other morn
ing. It was very smoky and foggyr
and as 8he glided into her accustomed
berth, she found herself suddenly al
most afoul of the ship Two Brothers,
which unconcernedly lay in the way
without giving tho least signal
of warning to the approach
ing steamer. It was a narrow
escape for the Hayward and all on
boardjtfor nothing could have saved
the steamer had she struck the ship,
and with her would bej'ond doubt
have been lost a majority of those on
board. Intense inuicuation was
aroused among those on the steamer
at the carelessness and disregard of
those on board by the ship. Post-Intelligencer.
Cigars With a Plavor.
"Most people like a flavored ciear'
said an Indianapolis druggist to a
Journal reporter who had stepped in
to buy a weed. "Try one of these, L
think you will like it" The reporter
took one of the brand recommended
to him, lighted it and began to smoke.
I havo to put np considerable cigar
flavor," continued the drug man,
"and I suppose some people wouldn t
find it so difficult a thing to quit
smokiug, if they knew what the popu
lar flavors are made of. On second
thought, though, I don't think it
would make any dffference. The fact
that the old cigar-stumps are worked
over into cigarettes and smoking to
bacco, though thoroughly ventilated in
the newspapers, never cured a smoker
of the habit."
"Tell me something about these
flavors," said the reporter.
Well, since you insist on it, I
will. A flavor 1 have made a good
deal of it's a flavor that, in the
language of the trade, make3 a "ten
cent cigar for-five cents' is mado as
follows: unm gulac, gum tolu,
tonqua beans and essence of pineapple,
of each one ounce; valerian root, two
ounces; laudanum (tincture of opium),
one ounce; oil of rose, mx urop3; Ja
maica rum, Half a pint; macerate for
thirty-six hours and pour off, U3e one
ounce to a pint of port wine, to blow
on the tillers.
'A good many men who get at
tached to a certain brand of cigars
don't know what charms 'em. It's the
opium, and they get in the habit of
using it unconsciously. Valerian
taken habitually renders the heart's
action more rapid but feebler, causes
huricd respiration and may occasion
congestion of tho kidneys. If its use
is long continued, it may paralyze the
spinal cords, so tho books say. Its
action on the tongue and throat is
more prompt and apparent, frequently
causing epithelium. As to opium, its
internal effects are well known. It
would take an almanac to enumerate
all the diseases it occasions. It's
opium and valerian that makea tho
artificially flavored cigar popular."
What is Good for Breakfast
A delicious breakfast omelet is pre
pared by mixing the ingredients in
the usual way and then placing whole
apricots in the golden envelope before
it is rolled. Another that was born
beneath Spanish skies is similarly
made, with the introduction of sliced
bananas laid in the compound after be
ing delicately browned in tho sweetest
of butter, thon turned in tho omelet.
This has been discussed with appreci
ation by the writer at the table of a
Spanish fnend. Leigh Hunt, who was
a mild epicure in his way, protested
against other food for breakfast than
toast, ham, tea or coffee, eggs, and al
ways something potted. In our cli
mate it may be added, aud always,
fruit the year around. For breakfast
eat fruit. The earth and sky shares its
life. Its flesh, filled with suushino, needs
no human basting. Its veins are sweet
with fragrant dew formed into lifo by
soft sighing winds. The ardent kisses
of the summer sun paints tho blushing
cheek of the velvety peach, and fills
with wine the purple grapes ensphered
in purple luxuriance, that drop
through the leafy root of trellised
arches. Such a breakfast is patriarch
al. It has a flavor of Arcadian days
and the mythologic ago of a dead past
The steamer Idaho arrived from
Whatcom this morning about 5
o'clock. In coming down, tho fog was
thickor than pea soup, and tho
steamer ran against Lnmini island four
different times. Tho last time, which
was about 10 A. M. yesterday, she ran
high and dry upon the shore where
she had to remain until tho tide arose
at 4 r. as. In striking against the
island a hole was knocked in her bow
and considerable injury done to her
keel. Jsho was patched up tempo
rarily, but will probably bo laid up
ior repairs. aeaiue Jieraia.
The Grocers Gazette issued a
special edition on August 18th, which
was largely devoted to the Fisheries
Expedition held in London. Refer
ring to the display by the United
btatcssays: "The United States of
America fill such an amount of space
of the Exhibition as constitutes their
Court the largest outside the British
department. In variety and com-
pletncss of illustration the collection
is unsurpassed; and selected from tho
fortjt-three distinct fisheries carried
on in different localities of tho states.
The most important contribution in
the quantity and value of tho produco
are here to be seen. It ia also tho
only department in the Exhibition
which has been arranged historically.
Among the exhibits specially mention
ed aro thoso of Badollet & Co., Tilla
mook Packing Co., and A. Booth.
o. . Comm. Xfexcs.
If j'oii feel dull, drowsy, detail
tatcd, have sallow color of skin, or
yellowisa-brown spots on face or bodv,
frequent headache or dizziness, bad
taste in month, internal heat or chills
alternated with hot flushes, low spirits
and gloomy forebodings, irregular ap
petite, and tongue coated, you are
suffering irom "torpid liver, or "bil
louaness. In many cases of "liver
complaint, only part of these symp
toms are experienced. As a remedy
for all such cases Dr. Pierce's "Golden
Medical Discovery" has no equal, as
it effects perfect and radical cures.
At all drug stores.
The Laut Opportunity,
To-morrow the auction sale ot fine
books at the old I. X. L. store closes.
There are some fine books there, the
pick of Eastern publishing houses, and
any Astorian who wants standard
works of merit can get them at less
than New York Prices.
Look at our figures. A full set of
Dickens illustrated, S8, Walter Scott, S3,
lrving's works, all the great novelists,
writers, poets, etc., at the lowest figures
ever otierea in Astoria.
Silks, Hating, Dress Goodn,
at Prael Bros.
has re-opened and displays some hand
"v uicos juiriu.
flarl Afll(r liavne ni njliv' ctuini,
ci. w uuy an immense siock oi goous.
lie wants it distinctly understood that
he is not going to give up his old stand,
no matter what else he may do. Look
ouc ior something Astoria has been
Young, old, and middle-aped men
and women get health and atrength by
using xrown s iron uittcrs.
Pine Books at AuctioH.
An onnortunitv to nnrchase books
seldom offered. Standard works of Eng
lish literature are sold nightly for half
of their usual rates, or at private sale
during the day at equally cood bar
gains. Such works in cood binding as
Gibbon's Rome, McCaully and Hume's
England, sets of Buhver, Diekens,
Thackary, Waverly, Irving, Elliott,
Bronte, and all the standard poets, in
cludinc Longfellow, Whittier's Farm
Ballads and a fine collection of Juven
ile Works. Call and examine early as
the parties will be here but a few days.
Alert II. & I. Co.
Annual meeting of Alert Hook and
Ladder Company No. 1, will be held in
their hall Monday evening, Sept 10th,
at 8 o'clock. A full attendance is re
quested as important business will be
transacted. J. O. Bozortit,
C. Brow-, President
Why Pay SO Cents
for your dinner, when JEFF will
give you a better for 23 cents ? Here is
nlsbiii or rare tor to-day:
Boiled Salmon, egg sauce.
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Teal.
Com Beef and Cabbage, Stuffed Heart,
Fresn oyster 1'atties, .Lamb uuops
Spanish, Stewed Beef and Onions.
Mashed Potatoes. Sugar Peas, Fresh To
Tea, Coffee, Wine or S. F. Beer.
Dinner 4 -J20 to 8.
.Ladles Buylnr for Fall Wear
should see those handsome goods and
trimmings at the Empire Store.
Laces, Iacen, Laces.
at Prael Bros. Empire Store: all stvles
ffcnd prices. Some fine qualities.
Time, labor and risk by subscribing at
Carl Adler's for whatever newspaper or
magazine you want
A Juicy BccfMcnlc
cooked to perfection is what you can
get at r rant J? aore s.
Oysters, Oysters, Oysters. "
at the Astoria Oyster depot; a stew,
fry, pan roast or raw at Frank Fabre's.
You arc out a treat and don't you for
ma ii, ii juu iuib .ir.r r o jjinncr every
day from 5 to 8. Soups, fish, eight kinds
ot meat, vegetables, pies, pimcungs, cof
fee, tea, wine, S. F. beer, or milk. Din
ner 'St coins.
to cheer and comfort, at Frank Fabre's,
ill nit: wuu x'cuuvkn uiiiiuiiiu.
-Dinner at "J EFFV5"CIIOP HOUSE
every day at 5 o'clock. The best 25 cent
meal in town; soup, fish, seven kinds of
meats, vegetables, pie. pudding, etc. A
glass of S. F. Beer, French Claret tea or
coitee. included. AH who nave tried
him say Jeff is the "BOSS."
When Yon Come to Astoria
and want a nice pan roast co to Frank
Fabre's, opposite the Astokiax oflice.
X'oralVeftl Fitting Bool
Or Shoe, go to P. J. Goodmans, on Che-
namus street, next door to J. w. Case.
All goods of the best make and guaran
teed quality. A lull stock; new goods
constantly arriving. Custom work.
Duplex Gnlrmiic Kelts.
Persons wishing to purchase them
will call on J. W. Conn, who is agent
for them, at his Drug Store opposite Oc
-Avorill's mixed paints, the best in
use, for sale at J. W. Conn,s drug store,
opposite ucciuent noici.
Kor the genuine J. It Cutter old
Bourbon, and the best ot wines. Hutiors
and San Francisco beer, call at the Gem
opposite the bell tower, aud see Camp-
Brace up the whole system with King
ot tne iiiood. see Advertisement.
is now open. Everything has been fit
ted up in first-class style, and his well
known reputation as a caterer assures
ail who like good tilings to eat that at
his place they can be accommodated.
The finest flavored Ice Cream at
Frank Fabre, Odd Fellows building,
-Shiloh's Vitalteer is what vou need
for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Diz
ziness and all symptoms of Dyspepsia.
rncc lu ana to cents per uottie. .sold
oy w. is. Dement.
The Penman syrup lias cured thou'
cnnflu rVi worn CTltTnritifT irnii) l-mn,v
sin, debility, liver complaint, boils, hul
mors, teraaie complaints, etc. i'ampir
leis ireo to any anures3. seiu v . r o wir
That Hacking Cough can be so
quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We
guarantee it. bold by w. IS. Dement
Shiloh's Cough ana Consumntlon
Cure is sold by us on guarantee. It
cures consumption. Sold by W. E. De
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bron
chitis immediately relieved by Shiloh'i
Cure. Sold by W. E. Dement.
Sleepless Nights, made miserable
by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is
the remedy for you. Sold by W. 15. De
Will yon suffer with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint V Shiloh's V italizer is
guaranteed to cure you. Sold by W. E.
Catarrh cured, health and sweet
breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Bem-
edy. Price so cents. Jiasai injector free.
if or saio ny w. is. uement.
For Iarao Back, Side or Chest use
Simon s rorous l'jastcr, i'neo 25 cents.
i or sale by w. is. uement.
Reliable help for the vreak.nervous.
and debilitated dyspeptic sufferer
found in Brown s Iron Bitters.
When the scalp is covered wilh dan
druff, Glenn's Sulphur Soap will be
JIili.'s HniR Dvk, black or brown
A remedy for Indigestion.Consump-
tlon, Dyspepsia, weatness, .r-ever,Ague.
ntn I'yit nrv'a t .Tn"m TttTif TVVTr
Rogers Bros, plated ware and Wost-
ennoira cutlery at jornan cc liozonu7;
Wood Choppers Wanted.
71 TEN TO CUT FOUR HUNDRED CORDS
JLU. of vine maple wood and to slash ten
acres on the willuskL tor particulars en
quire or j. u. v. uray.
l-2wk-dw T, H, ilcGILL.
Time, Labor and Risk, in
BY SUBSCRIBING WTOI
Subscriptions received for anv Periodical
In the world.
Special rates If several Patera and Maea-
zlaes are ordered at once.
Prices of periodicals given on application.
It will eertalnlv nav vou to call before snh-
.scribinjr or Riving an order for your periodi
cal reading matter.
Order Early and Save Delay
ESTAIILISHKD IN 1832.
ARMES & DALLAM,
Iaaufacturers and Importers of
Wooden and Willow Ware
Twines, Brooms, Brushes, Baskets,
Pall,Tul, Charm, Washboards, Kope
Cordase, M'rapplnjc Papers, Paper
Bnus tliilldluu Papers, Matches,
llandSes. Clothes Wringers, Car
pet Swrrnrr. Feather flust
ers, .Stationery, $c.
230 and 232, Front Street,
SAX FRANCISCO, CAL.
.5. Fl. D. GRAY,
Wholesala and retail dealer In.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED,
Hay, Gats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND, AND CEMENT.
Ilpnprul jrnmr nnii Whnrtntra nn roum.
able terras, b'oot of Recton street. Astoria
Figures iror Lie !
OF THE CHOP HOUSE
Can piove by Ids books that he Is doing the
uiggesi Dusiness oi any
In the citv. and he will guarantee to cive
uie utsi meal ior casn. v
NEAT, CHEAP AND QUICK. BY
Main Street, opposite 2. Loeb's.
THE LATEST STYLES
S. 3. FRANKLIN'S,
NEXT DOOUTO ASTORIAN OFFICE.
A vary large Stock from which to select.
Window curtains made to order.
HJ'-.My patent Trimmer to cut Wall Paper
will be found convenient to my patrons.
Hartare anil SMp CMlery
A. VAH DUSEN & CO.,
Hardware and Ship Chandlery,
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish,
Binnacle Oil, Cotton Canvas,
Hemp Sail Twine,
Cotton Sail Twine,
Wrought Iron Spikes,
Galvanized Cut Nails.
. tfcTviii machines,
Paints mid Oils. Groceries, etc.
ESTABLISHED IN 1 849.
SUTTON & CO.'S DISPATCH LINE
Por New York.
80 DAYS to NEW YORK
The New, and Elegant, Al First
GEORGE S. HOMER,
CROWELL, .... Master.
Will he readv at Astoria. In a few days for
cargo, and having the most of her capacity,
engaged will have the usual prompt dispatch
of this line.
Early application should be made for the
balance of disengaged room or passage to
Care of Allen & LrwLs Portland, Oregon.
Consiiniees in .New York,
MESSRS. SUTTON & CO.
TOR G-RAY'S HARBOK.
gE Str. m. MILES
Will leave Gray's Dock for Gray's Harbor
On Tuesday, Sept. 1 1, 1883,
At C o'clock A. m.
For Freight or Passage, apply to captain
on board, or to
J. U. D. GRAY,
NOTICE JS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
city assessment roll for 1S83 is now in
niv hands for collection, and all Dersans that
are Indebted for the same may save live per
cent, by paying said taxes before September
11, 1SKJ. .1. lr. 11USTLEU,
FTIHE BAKERY ON CHEN AMUS STREET.
JL fonnerly owned by Chas. Carow, has
Deen oougnt oy unas tDerie, who will here
after conduct it.
Good Srcad a Specialty.
The public trade solicited.
A LL PARTIES HAYING ANY AC
A counts with the New England Restau
rant are notified to come and settle before
the 15th of September, 1683, as there will
men oe a cnange in me Dusiness.
7-lwk EDWARD YOUNG
C. H. COOPER, GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
GloiMng Souse of Astoria,
I have just reoeived a large consignment of Lace Curtains, and
Curtain Materials, in the newest designs, and would invite an inspec
tion from intending purchasers, confident that for rarity and Low Prices.
NO SUCH VALUE HAS EVER
Sillss and Kress Goods,
"Wo are showing on our Centre Counters a collection of the most
elaborate and richest Goods ever shown ia this City,
AT REMARKABLE LOW PRICES.
All Silk Ehadames,
All Silk Poulards,
All Silk Ottomans,
We are now showing the Largest and most Elegant Line of La
dies' Cloaks and "Wraps ever brought to this City.
Trimmed with Lace, Fringe, and Gimp.
Black Silk Dolmans,
Lined and Trimmed with Guipure Lace and Gimp.
Fine Brocaded Satin Dolmans,
Handsomely Trimmed with Chenille Fringe.
Walking Jackets, Mantles, Ulsters and Dusters.
All Sizes and Colors.
CLOTHING AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT
We are showing, without doubt, the largest, and most complete
stock of Mens1, Youths', and Boys' Clothing ever brought to Astoria
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
Ziarges't Stock, Finest Goods.
Lowest Prices ik JLstoria,
C. H. COOPEK,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS BUILDING, ASTORIA.
Gr. A. STINSON & CO.,
At Capt. .Rogers old stand, corner of Cass
and Court Streets.
Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoeing.
Wagons made .and repaired. Good work
FIRST QUALITY LUMBER.
IS IN THE FIELD AND PROPOSES TO
"W'e will take orders for lumber from 100
to COO M.. at the mill or delivered.
We also manufacture lath and shlnsles of
Flooring a Specialty .
Address all orders
WESTFORT MILL CO.
3. C, Brkxek, Supt.
New Styles in Hats!
Fine CMMi anil Gents' Fnrnisnini Goods
Received at the Occident Store.
D. A. McINTOSH,
TAILOR, CLOTHIER, HATTER
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BEEN .OFFERED IN ASTORIA.
Satin Solei Is,,
to trade with me!
SeasifleBalcery & Confectionery.
Because my Goods are the Best,
and Always Fresh.
Cakes Candies etc., fnmlshedfor "Wedding
parties, on short notice, and guaranteed to
cive perfect satisfaction.
Cake ornamenting a specialty.
Opposite H. W. Hume's.
Largest Stock and Finest Goods
and GENTS FURNISHER.
Ed. D. Curtis & Co.
STYLE AND FINISH.
A COMPLETE STOCK
S. B. CROW,
Corner Benton and Squemoqua Streets,
East of the Court House.