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WEDNESDAY- NOVEMBER 14, 1SS8
J. F. HAliLOEAN & COMPANY,
rUBLlSHEltS AND rKOmiETOItS,
ABTOIUAI BUILDING. - - CASSSTUECT
Served by Carrier, per week
Sent by Mail, per mouth ...
" f " one year
tree 01 postage 10 suoscnuers.
t2BAdvertIsements inserted by the year t
Hie rate of 2 per square per month. Tran
sient advertising fifty cents per square, each
Around tlie City.
Tho A. B. Field crossed out on her
way to Tillamook yesterday.
Reserved seats for the Jay Kiitl troupe
at the New York Novelty store.
In a short time Cedar street will be one
of the prettiest thoroughfares in the city.
Tho Oregon board of pilot commis
ionera will meet next Tuesday in Port
laud. Among other enterprises that are being
talked of, a seaman's home is one of the
Tho Chinamen have struck a bonanza
in tho charred timber at the site of the
If the State gets down from Portland
to-day there will probably be a marriage
in Astoria this evening.
The present weather is a thing of beau
ty while it lasts, and if it were continu
ous would be a joy forever.
Receipts of salmon at San Francisco
from April 1st to November 1st,
cases; corresponding psriod in 1882,
Chas. Slay is removing his stock to the
store formerly occupied by A. John
son & Co., and will bo ready for businjpKS
Tho now pilot schooner City of Xapa,
fourteen days from San Francisco, ar
rived in yesterday afternoon, and came
to anchor below.
The Miles began running yesterday be
tween Hwaco and Astoria, and will con
tinue on that route till further arrange
ments are made.
The Fleetwood which laid over oue trip
to put in a new propeller arrived down
jesterday afternoon m good time. The
new propeller works well.
In the police court yeslcrdav afternoon,
in the case wherein "W. Ericks was
charged with smoking opium, the de
fendant was fined five dollars. In the
case of Jas. Cook, charged with keeping
open a house for tho purpose of smoking
opium, the defendant was dismissed.
AtDEUBEOOE Pnorcirrv. The sale of
Alderbrook property at E. C. Holden's
this afternoon is deserving of more than
passing notice. Situated as Astoria is.
it is the natural desire of the frugal and
thrifty, and saving, to invest their earn
ings in a manner that will bring them as
Rured benefit. To anyone who has a lit
tle money to spare, tho sale this after
noon affords a most desirable opioriuu
ity. The constantly increasing growth
of tho city, the new enterprises in con
templation, determines a purchase of
real estate ol the naturo offered as a good
Wood Business. Tho increasing pop
ulation of Astoria occasions increasing
demands in every lino of trade. In no
way is this more apparent than in the
augmentation of tho wood business.
This season, it is estimated, that there
are 300 men engaged in the business of
supplying wood to Astoria. It consists
principally of spruce limbs, vine maple,
alder and fir, and comes in scows from
Gray's River, Deep River, Lewis and
Clarke's, Knappa and elsewhere, princi
pally from the "Washington Territory
Hide". It is a hard life, and the men en
gaged in it well earn what they make
New Couktt Seat. Word comes that
tho bill has passed the Washington Ter
ritory legislature transferring the county
seat of "Wahkiakum from Cathlaraet to
Skamokawa. This will bo a big benefit
to our Wahkiakum county neighbors.
The greater part of tho population of
that county will find it much more con
venient to go to Skamokawa than the
present county seat to transact their
business. Information is also furnished
that Mucklo Bros.? of St. Helens have
bought the mill site just below Monl-
fomery's mill at Skamokawa, paying
1,000 therefor, and they intend putting
up a saw mill "next season. Lots are al
ready Belling for 100 apiece in the neigh
borhood. A Mkmted Compliment. Capt. Pal
mer of the ship IJalaJclara, reports to
the Commercial Herald that ono of his
sailors named Robert Ray, while lying at
ABtoria, was taken ill and was removed
to St. Mary's hospital, where he shortly
after died, owing to the serious nature of
his illness. Tho captain says the hos
pital is one of the finest he has seen for
years; that one might travel for thou
sands of miles and not find one so com
plete in all its departments, so carefully
and satisfactorily kept, and so pleasant
for patients. He speaks highly of the
sisters who have charge of it, and states
that charges are very reasonable, and
that it is a pity ship masters are not gen
erally awaro of tho many excellencies of
the Astoria hospital.
A Portland Justice Court.
Rumors were afloat yesterday to the
effect that an-encounter had taken place
on Saturday out at Keegan's court, coin
munly known as the "Court of Death,"
in which Aleck and Jack Keegan engaged
in a life-or-death strugglo, and the judge
came out first best. Inquiry failed to
develop the minutta? of the struggle, but
sufficient information was gained to war
rant public mention of the fact, to show
how a certain ono of the justices' courts
is now run in this city and by what class
Aleck and Jack have been at swords'
points for a week past, and on Saturdav
the culmination of their ill-feeling was
reached in a personal encounter m the
saioon aajoimng tno vnounai ot justice.
It was nip and tuck for a while, both be
ing powerful men and evenly matched as
to size and strength, bnt tho judge find
ing his wind about to fail him and a fair
prospect of Jack's mopping the walk with
his legal carcass, whipped out si knife
and inflicted upon his victorious brother
three or four stabs, that sent him to
grass, and may cost hini his life. Jack
was immediately conveyed to his room
and a physician summoned, who sewed
up his wounds and carefully attended
him during the entire day. "Strenuous
efforts have been made to suppress the
transaction, out without avail. Aora.
All members of Rescue Jubilee
Troupe are required to attend this
"Wednesday evening, at their hall at 7.:w
r. m. Jiv order,
C. H. Stocktox, President
Arc "5en Insured X
If you want insurance in reliable com
panies go to Wheeler & Robb. They
represent the Norwich Union, the Lan
cashire Royal, and the Union Ins. Co.,
of San Francisco, with a combined capi
tal of $36,000,000. They are also agents
for the well-known Travelers' Acci
dent Insurance Company, of Hartford.
THE CITY C0OT1L.
d'eoeral Routine Ccslne&s.
The city oountil mot in regular session
last evening: Mayor Halm in the chair;
present. Councilman Carre there. Cooper,
Hume, JoliHK and Tren chard; in attend
ance, T. S. Jewett auditor and clerk, F.
D. Winton, city attorney. C. W. Laugh
roy, chief of police.
After the reading of tlie minutes of the
last regular meeting and of the last spe
cial mooting, n petition from West Sth
street property owners was referred to
committee on streets.
Ordinances regarding Cnshintfs, Court
and "West 7th street wore returned with
the mayor's veto. These ordinances were
declaring the probable cost of improving
these streets; the communication was re
ceived and placed on file.
A request from Carl Adler asking for
permission to erect a clock in front of his
store, was referred to street committee.
A communication from the Independ
ence fire department asldng the price of
a second-hand engine, on motion of
Councilman Hume was referred to fire
committee with power to act.
A proposal to build a crane back hose
carriage, to csrry 1000 feet of hoae, for
$G0, was receive! from the Gntta Percha
manufacturing company of San Fran
cisco. On motion of Councilman Treuch
ard the proposal was referred to the fire
The htrect committee reports on the
Hamilton street improvement, and the
Genevieve street improvement, were ac
cepted and placed on tile.
The committee'lo whom was referred
the charges against Police Officer Hun
ter, reported that the evidence did not
sustain tho charges. On motion of Coun
cilman Hume, the report was adopted.
The reports of police judge, street
superintendent stud city attorney, were
referred to appropriate committees.
An ordinance making appropriation
out of street fund to refund assessments
to Lilian Crosby raid John Hobson was
read first and second time and patted
under suspension of the rale.
An ordinance making similiar appro
priations for the improvement of the
Cass and Squeinocpua street crossings
was passed undos the KUrfpeusion of the
An ordinance making similar appro
priation for the improvement of the Cass
and Jefferson ntreet crotwing was passed
under suspension of tho rules.
An ordinance making similar appro
priation to pay the salary of the city
treasurer was 'passed under suspension
of the rules.
A similar ordinance to pay bill of
"West Shore lumber mills was passed un
der suspension of the rules.
An ordinance declaring time and man
ner of improving Genevieve street was
read third time and referred back to
An ordinance making estimate for im
provement of Hamilton street was road
tho third time and passed.
Ihe v;to of the mavor m Sue ordi
nances declaring probable coat of im
proving Cushmg s court and West bev-
enth streets was sustained bv a unani
mous vote of the council.
The following bills were ordered paid:
"Wilson &, Fisher, $7.K); Astoria Iron
Works. S72.SU; W. A. Sherman, n.'.'Jj:
C. H. Cooper, 2Ar; Surprenaut fc
Ferguson, $2lZ; Tm: Artomax. $47.9.;
5B;W: J. G. Hustler. .$220.21: M. Conley,
1); T. Dunn. $2; M. Ellis. 9: Gutta
Percha Rubber Co.. $G.Cr.. $GG5.W.
$90J0: C. Alexander. $00; S. G. Fisher.
20.5)0; Gus Lingo. 7.rQ; Gil! & Clinton.
7.Cd; A. Ahl, $2i.20: West Shore Lum
ber Mills, 200: W. B. Headington. 288;
Mrs. Jane Radollett, $80; W. R. Head
ington. 822: R. Carruthers. 1; A. W.
Rerry, 10; J. D. Mermnan, ; F. J.
Tavlor, 30; W. W. Parker, 1; C. Adler,
25; O. F. L. & R. Association. 20.50;
Jay Tuttle, 1.
Un motion council adjourned.
Alenr the hacks.
Tlie Blenafell finished loading yester
day; tho Viryo eanie down; the Imperial
and Scottish Prince are expected to-day.
The British barks Harry Jiailey, Sin
clair, master, from Ruoaos Ayrcs, and
the Jioltvia. .. 1'axley, master, from
Callao, arrived in yesterday. Tho Reaper
and Isle of Analesea crossed to so.
Lives of greet men all romind us
That our lives are short and jorky:
And it's time that we should find us
Fach i fat Thanksgiving turkey.
Via JS. t 11. 11.
Fresh Baltimore oysters packed in
ice at JetTs.
Tor The 3aii:cntric.
Masquerade sniU rented at reasonable
rates in largest variety by
31. v. n.vsr.
cooked to perfection is what yon can
ctat rrank iabres.
FttraJi'cat Fitting; float
Or Shoe, go to P. J. Goodmans, on Chc
nanius street next door to 1. W. 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 the Empircstnre.
Ilosicrj-. Hosiery. iIosirj-I
The latest novelties in ladies and
childrens hosiery at Prael Bros'.
ml. F. Stevens & Co
Are offering extra inducements to
one in need of a Piano, or Organ.
to cheer and comfort, at Frank Fabre's,
at his old stand.
"Wiicn Yon Come to Astoria
and want a nice pan roast, go to Frank
Fahre s, at his old stand.
Fran It Fores Ifofcl.
Frank Fahre has the finest accommo
dations for lodgers to he found in As
toria, over his restaurant In Kinsey's
building. lA'eryiiimg is neat ana clean
and the beds are new, soft and comfort
able. It you want good board and lodg
ing go to Frank Fabre's
Oysters. Oysters. Oysters.
at the Astoria Oyster depot; a stew,
fry, pan roast, or raw at Frank Fabre's.
Notice to tlie fculics.
Switches made from combings or cut
hair; new switches made to order from
the best imported hair, in anv shade df
sired. Old switches repaired. All
work warranted. Rates reasonable
Call or address r
Unr.TCxnAjrr & Schokxhk,
Occident hair dressing saloon, Astoria,
mors, female complaints, ec 'Pamph
lets free to any addross. Seth W. Fowlf
A Kasal Injector free with each
bottle ot Minolta catarrh uemcdy
Price CO cents. Sold by W.E. Dement
Brace up the whole system with King
ot the iiiood. oee Advertisement.
Foi Dyspepsia andLiver Compiaint,
vou have a printed guarantee on even'
bottle of Suiloh's Vitalizor. It never
fails to cure. Sold by W. E. Dement.
Furnished or unfurnished front
rooms at Mr. Campbell's, over the Gem
The Peruvian syrup nas cured lima
sands who Avcre suffering from dyspep
sia ilfiiillitAV !5nr rntnr.loiiit- Iwiils hn
DEEP RITEIt DISTRICT.
From An Occasional Reporter.
Deep riverisa tributary to the Columbia
and from Stark's point to Shaw's ranch
all tho vessels in existence could find a
snug and safe refuge on its deep, tran
quil ana piaciu waters.
The present banishes the past so quick
ly on this golden Pacific slope that to
the younger Generation of to-davit al
ready seems n very dreamy and distant
There are aboutfortv families of Rus
sian Finns located in the Deep river,
Salmon creek and tributary country.
They are industrious and encrsretic and
just tho right class of settlera for a new
country as they can grow rich and get
fat on trout, salmon, ducks of all kinds,
pheasants and the fat of tho land.
Messrs. Shaw, Suis, Periiia and Davis
assisted by Shaw Jr., and Louis Hcrsey,
are doing all thoy can do to promote edu
cation in the district. They have three
good school houses.
It would bo desirable to keen these
schools open as long as possible. With
the limited means derivable from the
school fund it is impossible for tho di
rectors to do justice to the children
unless they solicit outside aid.
'I'l.. r 41. f 1 1 i .
-nit: ttuLiiic ui tut; uvjuic nm i laj
supplemented by another larger whistle
of a steamer about to be launched from
the establishment of Mr. Jenkins. The
owner of the Coyote will bo the owner of
this larger steamer, which will do much
to develop the hidden and untold resour
ces of this new section of country. Ev
ery new industry and enterprise 'should
be encouraged. To new and intending
settlers no field offers such inducements
as this section of country. Thousands
upon thousands of acres of land await
here the advent ot tho fortunate settler
who wishes to create a home. This might
well be termed the ''Poor Man's Para
dise.' The new settler on tho lookout
for a home may rest assured of one thing
that he will be aided and not fleeced in
his endeavors to make a home in this
section of country. In a few years from
now thousands of dollars will lio given
for land that can now be had for the
With good landings and good roads in
the near future Deep River will bo known
all over the Pacific slope. In my opinion
coal and oil mines of untold wcafth are
awaiting tho aid of capital and conse
quent development. A great future
awaits this district.
Stark has a bonanza in his "Point" if
he only works it as a summer resort for
pleasure scokcrs and invalids. Anren.
To do general housework in a small
private family: no children. Address
licst Custom Work. Koots aud Shors,
Can be had all. J. Arvold's, next to
City Book Store. Ladies and gentlemen
call there for tne finest fiKin.g boots and
shoes, and lowest prices. Perfect fit
Corsets anil ITmlerwear.
1I the latest makes and styles of cor
sets and ladies underwear at Prael
Bros." Empire store.
I'sc Oiiiimltt's Cousli Balsam.
Richardson & Co.,St Louis, one of the
largest wholesale drug firms m the Uni
ted States, writes: 4Ve have handled
Dimmitfs Cough Balsam in our trade
for the past sixteen years and have,
bought as much as one hundred gross
at a lime, and lrom our knowledge of its
merits believe it to have given perfect
satisfaction to our customers" At W.
E. Dement & Co.'s.
Dinner at-J EFF'S"CliOP HOUSE
every day at 5 o'clock. The hest2r cent-
meal m town; soup, usii, seven Kinds ot
meats, vegetnbles, ine, pudding, etc. A
glass of S. F. Beer, French Claret, tea or
coffee included. AH who have tried
him say Jeff is the "BOSS."
At the Empire Store
You will find the finest laces and em
broideries, of richest quality.
Oysters in Krcry Slyie,
And coffee at Mrs. Lovetfs.
Skates, Skates, Skates!
Club skates, clipper skates, all sizes;
lowest prices. New York Novelty
Tnlxcti Out of KriJ.
Dr. 11. Y. Pierce, Buffalo, 2iew
York.: Dear Sir I have to thank vou
for tlie great relief received from your
Favorite Prescription. My sick
noss had lasted seven years, ona of
which I was in bed. After taking
one nottie l was aoio to oe aoout tne
Amanda K.Ex xi.s,
For the cenutne J. II. Cutter old
Bourbon, and the best ot wines, liquor
and San Francisco beer, call at the Gem
opposite the bell tower, and see Camp
Hale's IIoxev of IIokkhounij and
Tak charms away a cough, cold, or m
lluenza without anv bad effect
Pikes toothache iii:op cure in
-Suiloh's Cintn will immediately
relieve Croup, whooping cough and
Bronchitis, bout ny w. i. ucment.
-Win will vou cough when Shiloh's
Cure will trive immediate relief. Price
10 cts 50 cts and SI. Sold by W. E. De
All llio n.itimt mpiliiMties mlvertlsed
in this paper, together with the choicest
perfumery, and toilet articles, etc-can
Up hnimht nr. t he lowest iiriees. at.L W.
Conn's drug store, opposite. OcMden
uH;iflririttirt." n lasttnf rinil fra-
rrant perfume. Price 2T and CO cents.
oid by w. is. uement
If you don't want to freeze when
it s cold; suner lrom excessive per
spiration when it's warm use Brown's
Shiloh's Catarrh Itemed y a posi
live cure for Catarrh. Dintheria and
Canker Mouth. Sold by W.E. Dement
Are vou made miserable bv Indi
gestion. Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of
appetite, Yellow Skin ? Shiloh's Vital
ize r is a positive cure. For sale by AY.
The Iter. Geo. II. Thaver. of Bour
bon, Ind-, says: "Both mj-self and wife
owe our lives tobnir.ou's consumption
Ct-r.K." Sold by W. E. Dement.
Itoscoe Dixon's new eating house
is now open. Evemhmg has been fit
ted up in first-class style, and hit well
known reputation as a caterer assures
all who like good things to eat. that at
his place they can be accommodated.
Colden's Liquid Beef Tonic im-
. i ii. i - i i.. i ? i
iians sirenuui to uuuy aim niiiiu. iv
otltcr. Of druggists.
Guard and protect your health,
make use of that true and efficient
tonic medicine, Brown's Iron Bitters.
m HE STORE LATELl'OCCUriED Bit A.
JL 3L Johnson & Co. Apply at the store of
Very long ovorskirte are worn with
Sapphires arc the fashionable stones.!
ior engagement rings.
Plush will be much used for children's
suits and wraps.
Plaids, blocks, checks and stripes re
features in fall fabrics.
The nowest plaid costumes have the
material cut on the bias.
Imported hats and bonnets are notice
ably larger than those of last fall.
Capes or large collars are worn on tight !
walking jacketa by young Indie?. j
tY. singular fancy is to combine nuiiua of
roses with gold color. ;
Ajwlonaise for winter wear will lmve'
a full waist to be worn with a belt.
New shoulder capes are cut to iwodnce
a tun epameite enect on tue shoulders
There is a tendency tovra
ot colored wraps tor occasions
Coffee-tinted lace is the latest. Tbo
ladies wear it to the theatre; it matches -
their escorts breath.
Wide worsted braids are much use! in :
trimming fall suits. Sometimes a line of
fine gold soutcne edgts the wide
but this is oulv for houe wi-ar.
Just now it is said to be a craze amoiie:
fashionablc ladies to own valuable cows,
Wffi3i. SffilHARBIARl, MS, STEEL
For dressv winter evening toilets.;
transparent stuffs of all colors will le;
worn, such as silk, gold and silver grazes
and nets, with satin, velvet, chenille and j
feather embroideries, the figures verv 1
solid while the ground? are very open.
Gathered sleeves are becoming ecci :i-:
trie, and modistes are not satisfied with
putting them very high on tho shoulder,
but even those who are usually charv of
ranningftito extremes, are setting stiff
muslin puffs under the top of the sleeve
lining Vb make the sleeve fullor and high
er. 1 his padding with i he leg-o -mutton
sleeve is merely n revival.
x-ansian unues uo noi wear "iovi aur-
the altar without gloves. A prayer-lwok i
covered with ivory or with pearl is cr-
neu oy tne onuo insieau oi a oouquei.
What a p?cnltar shade is that? "What
do you call it:"' broke in a young lady,
turninc to a Tassing costume of dark red,
which emitted spasmodic gleams of in-
uemuio wuito jis us Tearer niovcu cm.
That." replied tho elderlv lady, criti
cally, "was meant, I should sav, to repre
sent crushed raspberry upon which the
cream had- soared.
The f ashionablo modistes who remained
lato in Paris in search of novelties are
displaying costumes made entirely of
velvet, or elso of velvet in combination
with Sicilionne, Bengalene. Victorionue,
or other soft ropped silk, in lhe.se late
importations plain velvet has tho prefer
ence to the large-figured brocades, which
are mostly used for wraps or for the
fronts of "dinner dresses: when figured
velvet is cho?en. it is chieily in very small
Fhe Asioria Passenger Line
WILL AFTI'tt THIS HATE HAVE ITS
f i headquarters at its Statrfrs next to It.
1J. I'ranklhfs. two doors below Tnie Aro-
kia: office, first-class Livery service. Carts
with horse furnished, for imsc- dollar )r
Dour, carnages on applicant
The Atoiia Passenger Line llaokn will
leave for Upper Astoria from tin- taMe$.
Jiorso.s taken to imam.
I'lnest titled up lSllHard!!ri Samirie ltwrns
in tne t uy.
Everything first-cla throughout.
At tho entrance to the O. K. & X. l)H-k.
Gas and Steam Fitting
Doxe by nunnccK & wiikflkk. at
fair rates. Also a complete stwfc of
goods in our ltr.r. Ivtiuia es given ami
Cass street. In iir of TOOT buHtiiiiK.
next to Cias Co's oulce.
SASH AND DOOR FACTORY,
ASTD PLAI'IIIsG- MILL.
A full stock df hnnif manufactured zoous
constantly on hand.
Special Attention given to Orders.
All work suaraulecd. Your lmtnmase so
Brewery Beer Hiiloon.
The Best Beer 5 cts a Glass.
Hot Lunch every la" from l to 12 A. M
The best of Liquor and Cbsira on hand,
i desen'eilly Kjular Aacc of social reMrt.
FOR LIVERPOOL DiREGT-
The splendid A 1 P.ritish Iron
Will heihortlv on the berth for SALMON
In lots to suit shippers. For freight and in
surance apply to
Messrs. BALKOVK. G CTIUHK .t Co
Or to T. Ifc CHEItltY, Astoria.
G.A.ST1NS0S & CO..
St Capt. Kosers old stand, corne: of Cass
and Court Streets.
Ship and Cannery work. llrMlMeiiuf.
Warrons nuulc ami rpjsiie. ( ;-. wnk
-n i ' n
rosier s t
A FULL LINE OF
A "? Tl "KF A 1? T5!
Fruits and Vegetables.
In Hume's New Building
Magnus 0. Crosby
He ale.- in
iron Pips and Fittings,
Plumbers and Steam Fitters
Goods and Tools,
.Qf - JCCT ICAFi QTR'D ICAfl
i uuu uum ulku
S?1t? and Copper.
n j thi . i
Stoves, Tin Ware and House
JOBBING !N SHEET IRON, TIN, COP
PER PLUXBIS'G and STEAM FITTING
Done with hgatness and dispatch.
Hone luit first class workmen employed.
I'oastiuitly un tim-l
L. IL Gr. SMITE,
Importer and wholesale dealer hi
i'f2Rr and Tolsaccn, Smokers' Articles,
S'SaylaK anls. Cutlery, Sta
Th; largest and finest stock of MEER
KCHAIiJA and AMU Hit GOODS in the city.
Particular attention paid to orders from
Chvnamus Streer, Astoria. Oregon.
To Hunters. Fishermen Ranchers.
TF YOU "WAXT THE HIGHEST JLVlt
kt prkt for your produce, go to
and Z'avorite lloat
SS NOW KKADY POE BUSINESS AND
c. ran be chartered for excursions, special
parties. t,. at rea-onaWe rates. A general
.tenttHKi:"ms huslnt-ss transacted.
V. ROELLING, Master.
The new Steamer
N. P. JOIIANSEX. - - - Master.
Will leave for TILLAMOOK, on
iTtOU SAILING DATES AND rARTICU
' lars apply I .1. G. HUSTLEU. Mam
street Wlwrf. Astoria : ALliEN & LEWIS.
Portland;. I. I ffOUY Tillamook.
TS'TItS. KIIYCK RESPECTFULLY IN
lliL forms the tallies of Astoria, that her
uusiiM'ss is carried on as formerly at her
rooius on Cas- street opposite Odd Fellows
Builtlititr. she returns thanks for their nat-
romue lit the pa!, and solicits a coutinu-
anct of the sam.
Suits inade, from 37.00 to Slu.OO.
All Woric Warranted,
Astoria, Nov. 1st. 1883.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
Iy ttie Xicht.Iay, IVccIc or Month,
WITH OR WITHOUT EOAKD,
With ue of Iarior. Library and all the corn-
torts of a iioine. 1 ernis reasonable.
Allly to MltS. E. C.HOLDEN.
Cor. Main and Jellersou Sts.
DAIRY FARM FOR SALE.
954 ACRES ON CLATSOP PLAINS
TTNOWN AS THE P. GEAPJIABTFAP.M
e y toKCinvr wun tiiirty cows, seventeen
head otyoiuiK cattle, one horse, one wagon
and other farming inmlements.
This Is a rare chance tor anyone to secure
a stood dam or mock larm.
For imrtii'ulars Inquire of
d-wtf J. W. GEAKHABT
TtJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THATTHE
xi uuuerstueu uas uecn appointed me as
siifiicc of the firm of A. M. Johnson and Co,
and all persons having claims against said
firm are notmed to present the same duly
verified to nit, at mv office in Astoria. Ore
gon, within three montlis from this date,
uctouer 1 Tin. ik.
tl-8w A. W. BERRY,
TrniVE HUNDRED CORDS DRY II EM-
JL' lock WiMMl. which I will deliver at the
houses of customers for St a conl.
D.-ni tug i-r all kinos done at reasonable
rat-i. P.. It. MAKION.
K's a Cdd Day when the
Boss Gets Left !
PRS He rtlll takes the lent In
Mffl Merchant Tailoring
A fair, square deal to all who
JSL. TR:. A
.The Boss Merchant Tailor and
C. B. COOPER, GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
The Public of Astoria and surrounding districts
are cordially invited to inspect my
ammoth Stock I
Fall anfl Winter
g During the present week
centre counters the largest and most
elegant line of goods ever
shown in Oregon.
if Sofiis in Eray Bepartment!
I LARGEST STOCK !
FINEST GOODS ! and
Dry GooSs anH CMMdi House of Astoria.
C. H, C00PEE.
IXL . IXL
Fipres.iw Lie !
OF THE CHOP HOUSE
Can prove by his books that he Is doing the
biggest business of any
In the city, and he will suaraatee to elve
the best meal for cash.
Scarf Pins. Chains, Watches,
Of vcr)- description.
The finest stock of Jewelry in Astoria.
SyAll gooJs warrantelasrepresented
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
nVERMlTC 1 1
1 laiiuun 1 w
Men's, Youth's, and Boys I !
Just opened at
luit all !
CLOTHIER, MERCHANT TAILOR, AND HATTER.
1W rt GO
s 2 i
I will display on my
LOWEST PRICES !
FIRST QUALITY LUMBER.
IS IN THE FIELD AND PROPOSES TO
We will take orders for lumber from 100
to MX) 31.. at the mill or delivered.
We also manufacture lath and shingles of
riooring a Specialty .
Address all orders
WESTPORT MILL CO.
S. C, BEJtlfKB, Supt.
Ready for Business.
The Portland and Astoria
Is prepared to contract with misters and
consignees of vessels for the
Loading and Unloading of Vessels
AT EITHER PORT.
Promptness and satisfaction guaranteed
In all cases.
the Occident Store.
Quality to Suit all !
Suit all 1
Ed.D. Curtis & Co.
STYLE AND FINISH,
A COMPLETE STOCK.
Comer Benton and Squemoqua Streets,
- East of the Court House.