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SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10, 18SS
ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
J. F. HAliLORAN & COMPANY,
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W Advertisements inserted by the year at
the rate of S2 per square per month. Tran
sient advertising fifty cents per square, each
Thbde or a Kind. The spacious pro
ducts of Judge Fox's court -were not
largo enough yesterday evening to admit
the audience that assembled to hear the
testimony and argument in the case
wherein it was alleged that the peace and
dignity of our commonwealth had been
assailed by Thos. Ward and Richard 11c
Carron, who, it was charged, did on the
Sth inst., on board the good ship Star of
Erin, beat, batter, strike, bruise, assail
and maltreat Jas. Cook to his great per
sonal injury, and contrary to the statute
book of the webfoot nation. Testimony
conflicting in its statement and perplex
ing in its effect was olicited and due ar
gument made thereon, and at 8 o'clock
the case was summed up and given to a
jury of six men, who, after some deliber
ation brought in a verdict of "guilty."
His honor flung the protecting mantle of
the law over the injured plaintiff by fin
ing the defendants each $25 and costs.
They deposited that amount for their ap
Isarance at 10 o'clock tiiis morning, when
tho case comGS np for further hearing on
a writ of review.
A Good Orronruxirr. The extraordi
nary dryness of last season occasioned a
good many fires on the hillsides south of
the city to the great fear of dwellers in
tho vicinity, and in some instances sad
loss of property. The result was the
burning over of a large area of surface.
Good effect may now be reaped from dis
aster. 3Jy sowing grass seed it will spring
up on the waste places in luxurious verd
ure, and by furnishing pasturage and
charming the eye with vernal beauty will
combine the useful and the ornamental
in an eminent degree. If such is not
done, the ferns and baby firs will reclaim
their ancient foothold and the opportun
ity be lost.
Fike at Seattle. A fire broke oat at
an oarly hour vest ordajr morning in the
malt room of Slorahs brewery, on Mtll
titreet in Seattle, and in a few minutes
the malt house was totally destroyed.
The flames than spread -to the county
jail, and owing to a difficulty in obtain
ing water the building became a total
loss. Slorah's loss is .$2000. insured.
Thejjail cost .$18,000, on which there is
said to be no insurance. The fire was
got under control and the prisoners
Oldest Settleb. The oldest Oregon
settler has been fonnd at last. His name
is J. B. Gobar; he lives six miles north
of Salem. He came to Astoria in 1823.
After living here awhile he went to Ma
rion county, where he has been living for
the la8t fifty years. Tho relnrns are all
in; there are no more counties to hear
from; tho accounts are made up and Mr.
Gabar is entitled to the distinction. "Ve
always thought that an Astorian would
eventually get away with it.
A NICE ARRANGEMENT.
"You Lot Me Alone and Til Let You
(51'ZCIAL.TO THE ASTOUIAX.)
Poetlaxd, Nov. 1). It in authentically
announced that the traffic department
of the Northern Pacific and O. li. & N.
companies will make public in a few
days the terms agreed upon at tho recent
railroad meeting at Topeka. Kansas.
The principal points of local interest are
as follows; freight and passenger rates
from eastern points will be the same to
Portland, Astoria, Seattle and Tacoma,
by way of the Northern Pacific railway
as to San Francisco by the Central and
Southern Pacific Co.'s rates, and the
ntes to and from the east by way of
San Francisco to Astoria, Portland and
Pugefc Sound porta will be the local rates
added fo the through .rates.
This means that the Central and
Southern Pacific companies are not go
ing to intefero with business north of
San Francisco, and that tho Northern
Pacific company is not to tako a hand in
any California business at present,
Oaf-Half Venice the Other Hair Swiss
But for tho knowledge and patriotism ton. D. C. February 19. 1661. bv Justus i
of one man the valuable lands embraced H. Rathbone, who is recognized as the
in Orecon and Washington Territory founder of the Order. Its crowth at the I
would now bo tho property of Great Brit- beginning was not at all rapid, for, al-
ain instead of tho United States. At a though several lodges were formed dur-
publio dinner given in 1812, at which sev- ing that and the succeeding year, they
eral officers of the Hudson Bay company were but short-lived, and at tho clos or
were present2 news was received that a tho year 1885 there remained but ouo
band of British immigrants had crossed lodge, having a membership of fifty-two. ;
the mountains. Toasts were drank m with the vear lb& the growth of the
honor of the event, and one enthusiastic Order becaino more substantial and that j
Englishman exclaimed: "Now the Anier- year closed with four lodges cud 379 1
icans may whistle; the country is ours." members. The next year was a very J
There happened to bo jiresent at tho din- prosperous one and the lodges grew to
ner an American missionary. Dr. Marcus number fortv-one, having a membership
"Whitman, who, when he heard tho boast of C847. In'lSCS began the marvelous
of the Englishman, resolved that if it growth which first attracted the general j
were in his cower to prevent it tho conn- attention of the country, and which has !
.fcngltsh. xne next uay ne staneu lor the vitalitv ana tue neea ot too uraer. 31 h 1 n i'honH ttt
Washington on horseback, and making At the end of 18G3 there were 1S7 lodges . QUI U VllctiiLLiC1 V
the journey in winter, with frozen limbs and 31,624 members, and the Order began J
Fruits and Vegetables.
In Hume's New Building
presented himself, immediately noon his to find recruits in other fields than the'
arrival at the capital, to Daniel Webster, immediate vicinity where it first sawFresh
then secretary of state. After he had light. In a few brief yeara it was planted j
stated his case, Webster bluffly told him in every state and territory of this coun-;
tho country was worthless, and that try. and active lodges are now at work in i
wagonB could iiot cress the mountains, forty-four states and territories, the Dis-j
The most charming of sub-excursions
out of Portland was that to Astoria.
There are three things at Astoria his
toric reminiscences, salmon fisheries
and canneries, and a distant .view of the
Pacific. The reminiscences are connect
ed with John Jacob Astor, nnd with
Lewis and Clarke, who spent a winter
here, and aware not so entertaining as
the other things. Astoria is half a Venice
and half a Swiss hamlet. One part sticks
like a ily on the wall to the face of a
precipice, dislodging giant pines that
grow to the water's edge the other,
frame and brick business buildings, saw
mills, salmon canning houses is built on
pjles over muddy flats, covered with wa
ter at high tide. Alxne the town, which
looks shabby and weather-beaten, rises
an abrupt hill, 800 feet a!ove the sea
level, which gave us a panorama of the
river month headlands and the bar; nnd,
gleaming like a ribbon of silver on the
horizon, the wide expanse of the Pacific
itself, into which v.e saw the sun set like
a ball of red hot metal into u sea of mer
cury from the deck of the steamer an
hour later. There wasn't much senti
ment in our party, but the view on the
series of Columbia riverUrips which end
ed at Astoria kept the cabin pretty well
emptied and the decks crowded with
.gazers. They saw none of the trumiet
ed wonders of the Columbia dalles, cas
cades or rapids only the majestic river
itself, rollhi" between dark cliffs from a
few hundred to near a thousand feet
high, changing from sheer precipices of
basalt to steep wooded slopes, and mark
ed here and there with the silver thread
of a witicr fall. But there were stores of
beauty enough in these to feed the mind
with memories for a lifetime. There is a
considerable interest at Astoria though
the fire of a year ago burned a ghastly
hole in it; but the place lires chiefly
on fish. It has 7000 population in tho
fishing season, and -iO'JO the rest of the
year. The surplus are the hardy and
daring Italian and Scandinavian fisher
men, who put them into the cans m tho
canneries, lucre are some dozens or
these canning establishments represeut-
iuc a canital of s2.-i0.000. with nu annual
product of f'J0,(XX) cases, worth nearly
.$:j,000,000. Until now tue product has
mainly gone abroad to Europe. Asia and
Australia, but with the opening of the
Northorn Pacific it is proposed to change
all that and turn iiartof tho current east
ward Corr. St. Paul Pioneer Prernt.
that worthless region for some valuable
concessions in relation to the Newfound- At the beginning of the year 1883 there j
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
tress, for ho found ihat the treaty had ship of 126,274 Knights, and the Order ia H fl K W A K H I K 1 1 N v! m fi 1
1 ready been approved by the senate, and increasing at the rats of about 25,000: JU.ii.OAMi UllU , XllUi.li U1JL3UU,
wns awauiuii lonum nuuiwuiuiLmiu iuu i lnenioi'r.s iiunuauv. xusre rn mnu
rmnolnn. nf PiMcnt 'P.-lt-T- TTa ln1ul I , Dnm I?.-,. w. ,.,,,1 ITT.lnl.i I
as a last nopo to can upon mo prcsiucni
himself. After hearing him through,
President Tyler said: ''Dr. Whitman,
your froztn limbs and leather breeches
attest your sincerity. Can you tako emi
grants across tho mountains hi wagons?"
Give me six months, and I will tako a
thousand emigrants across, ' was the
reply: '"Well," said tho president, "if
you take them across, tho treaty shall not CO years can enter only the third class. As
be ratified." With much effort the band often as is rendered necessary by deaths
of emigrant-; was raised, and, though occurring, tho members are assessed 1.10
they were met by a deputation from the in each class, Jind have thirty days in
Hudson liay company, who declared that which to pay it after tho issue of the-
it was impossible to cross the mountains, notice. The average cost of this insur
and were almost persuaded to abandon I auce is about 1 per cent, annually of tho
their wagons before the timo expired, sue- amount that will be received in the caso
ceoded in their undertaking. The patri- of death. Up to June SO, l&B, tho Eu-
otic missionary was vindicated, tno treaty dowment rank has paid, out 1,7.11,970 as
was not mined, and wuat wui aouotiess i benehts to Inmilies ana deceased mem
prove to be two of our best states were i bers.
saved to the Union.
Proposition. Tho latest railroad prop
osition comes from tho Northern Pacific
lines, that that road and the other roads
shall not encroach upon each other's
territory, and as compensation from be
ing shut out -from the San Francisco
business, the Northern Pacific will bo
paid a stipulated sum every year by tho
other roads, which will enable it to carry
passengers at a paying figure by way of
the Columbia river to San Francisco.
Obdinaxce 413. In the police court
yesterday, wore called tho cases of Jas.
Cook charged with setting up, opening
and keepiue a house as a resort for the
purpose of smoking opium, and Wm.
Erecks, charged with tho offense of smok
ing the Beductive drug therein. His
honor continued both cases till tho 12th
AR0U.VII THE CITV.
An I'nltlcly Story.
The new school bell is in place.
The upper town road is in a iniserablo
Candidates for councilmen are being
At half-past ten this morning E. C.
Holden will sell the real estate and water
frontage, steam engine, machinery, lura
ber, etc, of tho Astoria Box Factory.
I. "NV. Case is selling tickets from New
York to U. Ji. tor sj-o-The
State of California arrived at half-
past seven yesterday morning with a large
lot of Astoria freight.
The postoffice is being freshened up by
me uppucuuuu ui suiuu ikiiiu, eic. vt ueii
grained and finished it will look well.
Dr. A. L. Fulton, lato of this city, is
uueuuiiiK vumcs at -oenevue xio.spn.ai,
The scarlet fever holds on. Every pre
caution is necessary to check "its further
Count that day lost
Which leads thee to thy bed,
With by thy tongue
No words of blarney said.
The Idaho went out yesterday without
calling, though freight nwaite'd her at
jvimiey h clock.
Seven dollars will send Tnr. Daily As
tobian to any part of the United States
for one year.
W. G. Boss was one of those who went
down when the sidewalk broke in front of
Danziger-s Thursday morning. Thirty
dollars also went down, which had not
appeared at last account.
The Kapunda cleared for Quecnstown
yesterday afternoon. She carries out.
h2,8G9 bushels wheat, worth $51,037. The
Banffshire cleared also, with 16,21! bbls.
flour, worth 81,133.
The Lizzie Bell, 1036. arrived in from
Victoria yesterday. Fifteen months ago
to-dtty she sailed hence wheat-laden for
Queenstown. The Spirit of the Dawn is
lightering her cargo of fire-brick ima
A driving rain set in yesterday after
noon, and by 4 o'clock lights were in
Part of tho rigging and material from
the J. C. Cousins was sold by E. C. Hol
den at Foard fc Stokes' store yesterday.
Our new dress is from the establish
ment of Marder, Luse & Co.. San Fran
cisco, and speaks for itself.
How do you like tho change?
The Daily Mocking Astoman will bo
delivered Jit your door for fifteen cents a
Oj-slers. Oysters. Ojsvr.
at the Astoria Oyster depot; a stew,
fry, pan roast, or raw at Frank I abre s.
A San Francisco special to yesterday's
Orcaonian says that it is reported that
negotiations had been ponding for tho
sale of the S;in Francisco and Northern
Pacific railroad to a syndicate represent
ing outside capital, lhe same report al
so renews a report extensively circulated
some months aco. of its contemplated
extension to Portland, with a branch to
Eureka, Humboldt county. It is gener
ally known that the road has been for
sale ever since it was bonded to repre
sentatives of Yillard. While tho report
ia not denied at the office of the company
tho intention of the present manager of
the road to build turther north tnau
Ukiah is denied. Several other rumors
in addition to the above are all more or
less vague, and in fact based on a theory
that the demands of commerce create a
probability of a continuous coast rail
road from Portland to the extreme soutn-
ern portion of the state, having the
southern terminus at San Diego. While
these rumors cannot bo traced to. any re
liable source they have recently become
the subject of street cossip and are
given considerable credouce.
"Stand np,' said tho loachor to tho
head boy. "Spoil admittance and give
Thi3 word went from tho head to near
the foct, all spelling the word, but could
not tell the meaning of it. until it reached
a little boy near the foot, who had seen
the theatrical bills of the Grismer troupe,
and who spelled the word admittance cor
"What does it im-anK'nsked the teacher.
Admittance," said the boy, "menus
one dollar; gallery, hlty cents.
I'm- Dim in ill's C'unb ItaKam.
writes: "My mother has had bronchial
and pulmonary affection for forty years
and in that time has tried almost every
thing, but never Xound anything to give
her the relief uinimitts Lxnign iiaisam
has." At W. E. Dement cc Co. s.
ForaKcat Fittiux Boot
Or Shoe, go to P. ,fe Goodmans, on Che-
namus street, next door to jr. V. Case.
All goods of the best make and guaran
teed quality, a lull stock; new goods
constantly arriving. Custom work.
Fine Dress Goods.
A splendid line of ladles dress goods Is
being displayed at tnc empire store.
Hosiery, Hosiery. Hosiery!
The latest novelties in ladies and
childrens hosierj at Pracl Bros'.
15. F. Stevens & Co
Are offering extra inducements lo any
one in need of a Piano, or Organ.
Fki grant CofTce
to cheer and comfort, at Frank Fabre's,
at his old stand.
"When You Cotuc to Astoria
and want a nice nan roast, go to Frank
Fabre s, at his old stand.
Franlc Fabre's Hotel.
Frank Fabre has the finest accommo
datious for lodgers to he found in As
toria, over his restaurant In Kinsey
huildintr. Everything is neat ami clean
and the beds are new. soft and comfort
able. If you want good board and lodg
ing go lo Frank raurc s
nE imorGnT them across.
KNIGHTS OF FTTHIAS.
A Worthy Soclctf.
This order was organized at Wrashing-
IA! & STOKES.
0. H. C00PEE, GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
A FULL LINE OF
Sir George Simpson, who is here, affirms trict of Columbia, the province of Onta-. tVI A It l I N I i I IK OiX K Y i
liat," said he, "and I am about trading rio, New Brunswick, Manitoba and llrlt- llJ-1- U VJ W. . ibVSOU 1 , j
iah Columbia and the Sandwich Islands,
Tho Endowment rank is entirely sepa-!
rate from tho othsrs. save that to enter i
it cna mast 1k a Knight in good standing PLU .MBKRS AND STEAM FITTER
in some lodge of tht Order. There are !
throe classes in the Endowment rank. : finnrfc unA Tnnle
The first pays $1000 on thb death of a WUUUa dUU I OUIS,
t hird class, S1CO0. All members 'under CO , 9. W P FT
years can enter all classes, but those over
CLATSOP COUNTY LAND.
A Vnluable Investment.
The uniform rank is another rank that
is strictly optional with tho member
after having attained to the rank of
Knight. To those fond of display, or pos
sessed of military desires, this rank olfers
a means of gratification. Its uniform is
The land Of Clatsop county, as it Is mmnbers of n. Keerpt nnfer. nnd it ia
improved, increases greatly in value. It rapidly coming into favor and new divis
isnot adapted for wheat, but is admir-1 ;nnQ n cnnfnntlv lwiri
able for root crops; oats, ind above all, Dr. King, p. q. C. and S. of Toronto,
for grass land and dairy products. The js hent on unving three Canadian grand
nvers. Lewisand Clarke s, John Day's, jnrisdictions represented nt the New Or-
iuuuy uuu xuu&Kumuu, .muiu ciccucui leans session ot the Supremo .Lodge in
communication to thousands of acres of irsi. with tlint Mid in -riovr li i ,rw.c-
splendid land, which, when onco re- pondin" with the Deputy Supreme Chan-
clalmed, will prove a uever-f ailing source cellors of both New Brunswick and
The next session of the Supreme Lod"e
will be held at New Orleans, beginning
on tho fourth Tuesday of April,
The present Supreme offi
cers are: r. o. u.. ueorge v.
Lindsay, Baltimore, Md.; S. C. John
P. Linion. Johnstown. Pa.: S. V. C.
John Van Yalkenbnrg, Fort Madison. Ia.;
S I 1 1. K. Allon. Norfolk- Vn S. M. oF
E., J. B. Stnmbh, Indiananolis, Ind.: S.
K. of It. and S.. John J. Ward. Balti
more. Jild.; o. Jti. and A., ueorge ss,
of wealth to its owners. Near Clatsop,
for instance, is a tract of land that has
een dyked by D. K. Warren, on which
he has raised 100 bushels of oats to the
acre. The value of such a piece of laud I igi.
1UL hlUUIV biUUlUl lie uci i-aiiiuutcu. lira
country on the south side of Young's
river is equauy good. . Bartoldes, J . Cr.
Nnrnburg, and others have fine places.
W. Dement has about UXJ acros on
Lewis and Clarke's, about seven miles
from here, which is illustrative of what
can be done. Tho process of dyking it
LEAD STRIP LEAD
SHEET IRON TIN AND COPPER,
Steves, .Jin Ware and House
JOBBING IN SHEET IRON, TIN. COP
PER PLUMBING and STEAM FITTINC
Done with neatness and dispatch,
Nono out first clas3 workmen employed.
A larse assortment of;
Constantly on hand
Importer and wholesale dealer In
t'Iznrs and Tobaccos, Smokers' Articles,
i-iayins larun. caiiery. Aia
The largest and Onest stock of MEER
SCHAUM ami AMBER GOODS In the city.
Particular attention paid to orders from
unennnms btreer. Astoria. Oregon.
Fall and Winter!
The Public of Astoria and surrounding districts
are cordially invited to inspect my
Mammoth Stock !
Fall ana liter IipMois
is apparently expensive SS0 an acre Shaw, Eau Claire, Wis.: S. I.G..G. C.
Moulove, Vicksburc. Miss: S. O. G.,
John W. Thompson, Washington, D. C.
but its great fertility and .closeness to a
cood market justifies the outlay. Fifty
acres that he has dyked this season has
been seeded in timothy, nnd ought to
support forty cows. If all that we hear
about the nrofit in cows is true, n man
lint, cm tj?c rmca fnr fliirlw nr fortr
cows has a good business, a party to The Asioria Passenger Line
kic icici wja luui. uui; UlbU
he owns gives him mill: nnd butter suffi
cient for his family, and ho sells sixty
cents worth or milk a day beside.
Farther south are large tracts of bot
tom, or "brush" land. This brush land
is hard lo clear. It costs comparatively
nothing, but takes an average outlay of
100 an acre, to get it ready lor cultiva
tion. JSvery valley and water course m
the county has an abundance of this land
and in time it will all be tnkn np and
mieu. xne cumvaiion oi me sou anu
the production of dairy products will go
far toward settling the present problem
of high prices and limited suppty.
AFTER THIS DATE HAVE ITS
iieadnuarrern at irs bt:itles m-xt tu It.
15. 1-nuikliir.s. two doors b-Imv Thk AtTO-
RiAXofliep. Kiist-eiiLssIJvprvirriit f?:irts
with horse furnished, for one dollar per
nniir. carriages on application
Tlie Astoria Passenger hliif Harks will
leave for Upper Astoria from the stables.
uorses inKen to iioani.
miS. T. OT.RIEX.
A Juicy Bcertcal
cooked to perfection is what you can
get at Frank .b aorc's.
Corsets ami Umloru ear.
All the latest makes and styk of cor
sets and ladies underwear at Prael
Bros.' Empire store.
Brewery Beer Saloon.
The Best Beer 5 cts a Glass.
Hot Lunch every Day from 10 to 12 A. 5J
Tt.. .r r n..nM. n . .1 r..-. .... i -i
A deserveUy iHipuIar place 01 social rtsojrt
Use Dlmmltt'ft C'ousk Ilnlsnru.
W. W. Battcrton, Columhia. Mosays:
"I cannot say too much for Diminitt's
cough uaisatn. tor it always cures my
cnildren Qf croup andmyself.aud family
ot coughs and colds. At w. jj."
ment ifc Co. s.
Notice lo tho Tnrtics.
Swilches made from combings or cut
hair: new switches made to order from
the best imported hair, in any shade de
sired. Old switches repaired, ah
work warranted. l'ats reasonable.
Call or address
UlHVEXlIAKT & SCHOEXIIE.
Occident hair dressing saloon, Astoria,
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Biicr Pipes,
Revolvers and Cartridges.
During the present week I will display on my
centre counters the largest and most
elegant line of goods ever
shown in Oregon.
if Ms in Every Beprtaeiit!
FINEST GOODS !
and LOWEST PRICES !
Dry Goofls ant ClotMi House of
C. H. COOPER.
To Hunters, Fishermen, Ranchers.
IF YOU WANT THE HIGHEST MAlt
ket price for your produce, go to
Figures Hew Lie !
Steamer TOM MORRIS.
and Favorite Boat
TS XOW HEADY FOR BUSINESS AND
can he chartered for excursions, special
parties, etc, at rcasoname rates, a general
steamboating imsins transacteu.
v. BOEUOZiii, Piaster.
OF THE CHOP HOUSE
Can prove by his books that he is doing tho
! biggest business of any
In the city, and ho will guarantee to give
the best meal for cash. .
FIRST QUALITY LUMBER.
IS IX THE FIELD AND PROPOSES TO
We will take orders for lumber from 109
to MX) SL, at tho mill or delivered.
We also manufacture lath and shingles of
Flooring a Specialty .
Address all orders
WESTPORT ilILL CO.
S. C, BKX NKB, Supt.
FOR TILLAMOOK. JEELEY
The new Steamer
N. P. JOHANSEN, - -
Will leave for TILLAMOOK, on
rm SAir.lN'f? DATES AND PARTICU-
V lHrs.nnnlv to .T. fi. HUSTLER. Main
street Wharf. Astoria : ALLEN & LEWIS,
Portland ; J. L. STORY Tillamook.
CIt. IIItYCE ItESPECTF ULLY IN-
iL forms the Ladles of Astoria, that her
business is carried on as formerly at her
rooms on Cax street opposite Odu Fellows
Riiilillntr. She returns thanks for their pat
ronage Tn the past, and solicits a continu
ance of the same.
SiUts made, from S7.00 to 815,0.
All Work Warranted,
Astoria. Nov. 1st, 1S33.
Scarf Pins. Chains, Watches,
Of every description.
The finest stock of Jewelry In Astoria.
tWAll goods warrantedasrepresented
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
Ready for Business.
The Portland and Astoria
Is prepared to contract with masters and
consignees ot vessels for the
Loading and Unloading of Vessels
AT EITHER PORT.
Promptness and satisfaction guaranteed
In all cases.
. At lhe Empire Store
You will find the finest laces and em
broideries, M richest quality.
Skates-. Sliatcs, Skates I
Club skates, clipper skates, all sizes;
lowest prices. Tew York Noyelty
Is your wife's health
3'onr children sicKiyf
Brown's Iron Bitters.
It will revive
Dinner at-J KKF?TCII01 HORUS
everv !a nt f. o'clock. The oesl 2 cent
meal in town: toup, fish. Mveii kinds jf
meati, ve!etal)les, pie. puddinjr, etc A
kiss of S. F. Ueer. French Claret, tea or
colfee. included. All who have tried
him snv Jeff is the BObS.'
Bct CaMoHi "Worl;. houts and hhncx,
Can be had at I. J. Arvold's, next to
City Book Store. Ladies and gentlemen
call there for tne finest ittin? hoots and
shoes, and lowest prices. Perfect fit
Oysters in Every Slylc,
And coffee at Mrs. Lovctt's.
Shilolfs Vilalizcr is what you need
for Constipation, Loss of Aite.tite, Diz
ziness and all symptoms of Dyspejisia.
Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. Sold
by W. K. Deme.nt.
Aa a true and ofBcient- tonic, and
one that excels all other iron mcJi-
. 1 t t Tr.i
cmes, tai:o Jrwn a .iron inu'.rp.
Koscoe . Dixon's new eaiinjf house
is now open. Everything has keen fit
ted up in first-class style, and his well
known reputation as a caterer assures
all who like good things to eat. that at
his place they can be accommodated.
Have Wlstar's balsam of wild cherry
always at hand. It cures couclis. colds,
bronchitis, whooping cough, croup, in- j
liuenza, consumption, ann an inroai anu
lung compiamis. 31 ceuu :iui;x out-tie.
Coi.den's Liquid Beef Toxic pro
moles digestion: admirably adapted for
females in delicate health. Of druggisst.
Catarrh cured, health and sweet
breath secured bv Shiloh's Catarrh Rem
edy. Price 50 cent's Masai Injector free.
For sale by Yv . iL iJement.
For the genuine .!. H. Cutter old
Honrbon. and the best wints. i'uv.or
and San Fraucisco bit-r. cdl at ilu (!em
opjxisile the bell tower, and w (auii-
Brace up the whole sjvifni with Kins
ot tue uioort. iee AiveniM.-m'ii;.
11ai.i:j? Honey ok Houeiiovxi and
Tak relieves coughs quicker than any
PIKE S TOOTIIACJIK DKOI'S CUHi 111
Shiloh's Cough ana Consumption
Cure is sold by us on guarantee. It
cure consumption. Sold by W. E. De
Notice of Dissolution.
JVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" THAT THE
partnersliipheretortre existing between
Rudolph Rarth and .Mioh:iel ilej-em has been
thiiday dissolved by mutual consent. Mr.
isarth will continue the business in his own
name and on his own account and will pay
ail debts and collect all accounts ami notes
due the firm.
Astoria, Nov. iM. 1SS3. l-30d
Leinenweber & Co.,
C. U1NK? WSBKU. t. BKOWTf
TAMBS AE CIJPBIES,
tilanufactiners and Importers of
IA KINDS Or
T 5n .TtJbL iilSt
A2tD FIN DINGS
Yholesa'e Dealers in.
OIL AND TALLOW.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
IJy the XI ght. Dy, Week or Moath,
WITH OR "WITHOUT BOARD,
With use ot Parlor. Library and all the com
forts of a home.
SIRS. E.C. HOLDEN,
Cor. Main and Jefferson Sts.
DAIRY FARMJOR SALE.
954 ACRES ON CLATSOP PLAINS
TTSOWX AS THE P. GEARHART FARM
1a tonether with thirty cows, seventeen
head ol young cattle, one horse, one wagon
and other farmlne Imnlements. I
Tills is a rare cnance lor anyone 10 secure
a good dairy or stocK iarm.
For particulars Inquire of
d-wtf J. W. GEARHART
OVERCOATS ! !
Men's, Youth's, and Boys ! !
Fall and Winter Glothin
Of Eery Description
Just opened at the Occident Store.
uit all ! Quality to Suit all !
THE STORE LATELY OCCUPIED BY A.
M. Johnson & Co. Apply at the store of
Prael Bros., or to C. S. GUJtDEKSOIi'
CLOTHIER, MERCHANT TAILOR, AND HATTER.
jeHichest cash price paid for Hides and
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
AT MRS. C.EO. KILLER'S. NEXT DOOR
to Wes on Hotel.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersiened has been annotated the as
signee of the firm of A. M. Johnson and Co.
and all persons having claims against said
firm are notified to present the same duly
verified to me at mv offlce ia Astoria. Ore-
con, within three months from this date,
October 17th, 1SS1
d-6w . A. "W. BERRY,
A' FARM TO LET.
fF 100 ACRES. ON' YOUNG'S BAY, AND
Vadfoinincr this city, on wmcn is a nouse,
1 111.1 v-ifc j m vu nutwiM m wuw 1
good spring, and about thirty acres cleared
smooth, suitable for sardenlng,' dairying or
Sleenless IfiKhts. made miserable
bv that terrible coush. Shiloh's Cure is
j the remedy for 3'ou. Sold by W. E. De-
! Vitmicliiwl rvr iiiifiinilcbiwl frnnt
rooms at Mr. Campbell's, over the Gem
For lame Back,. Side or Chest use
Simon's .Porous I'laster, mce 35 cents.
Far sale byW. E. DemeHt
It's a Cold Day when the!
Boss Gets Left !
llr still takes the lead in
A fair, quare deal to all who
ID. ts:, A,3?cra?,
The Bass Merchant T&Uo:
I W d CO m
I s 11 JJ
I x 2 s b
1 S 1 -
n go & 5
IB I fi i
Ed. D. Curtis & Co.
STYLE AND FINISH.
A COMPLETE STOCK.
S. B. CROW,
Comer Benton and Sq uemoqua Streets,
East of the Court House.