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FRIDAY JULY 1, 1SS1
ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
II. V,. Ireland, Editor anil I'rujirlrtur
AMoTunx IhUidituj, Chm Street.
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6-sr Advertisements inserted by the yr at
the rate of 51 30 por xutaro per month.
Transient advortisinc. by the day or Keek,
&fty cents per square for each imertioM.
Tin WceMj .tslorinu
is a iiinniinoUi sheet, ueaily double
the size of the Daily. It is just the pa
per for the fireside, containing in addi
tion to all the current news choice mis
cellany, agricultural matter, ntatlcct re
ports, etc It is iurnished to single tuh
.scribers atS2 00 per year in advance.
S8f"A limited milliner of sinal! adver
tisements inserted at established rates.
Tick Daily astokiax iritt in .nt iy
mailat'aient a month, frceofpwtaye. Head
er who amttmttlaicalnHcefnm the ciiy can
have Thk Astojcian folloiL ihem. Daily
itr Wrkkly rtMoiw mj jHv-t-iiglec with
out additional expense. Adore may he
cnanaed a oftm as ticniretl. Jjmvc m dcr at
Vie count I iiu nmm.
The Etliol arrived down from
Portland yesterday, Cliiof towing,
Capt. Patterson, of the bnrken
tine Tain O'Shanter, loading :it
Knappton, is suffering from an attack
The Linn county agricultural fair
begins this year on the 27th of .Sep
tember. The premium list aggregates
88,000 in cash.
The Oregon from this port, and
the schoonor IT. L. Ticrman from
Shoalwater bay, arrived at San Fran
cisco on the 29th.
The steamship California, Uant.
James Carroll, arnvod from Portland
at noon yesterda, and sailed at one
o'clock i'. m. for Sitka.
Wm. Orders & Co. will open their
pleasure garden to-morrow. Every
thing will be in readiness for visitors.
Good music will be in attendance.
Mr. .fames Gleason, a young and
prominent attorney of Portland; also
Mr. Bingham, a member of the Port
land bar, gave us a social call yester
day. The cornelian cross, lost on
Wednesday and advertised in The
Astomax yesterday, was returned by
Mr. Joplm, the finder. It is always
safe to advertise an article lost.
What is the use of buying infe
rior goods, when M. D. Kant sells a
fine selection of clothing and furnish
ing goods. Buy your Fourth of .Inly
suit of him. See his new ad to-day.
The ship Kate L. Davenport,
1,249 tons register, Mallet master,
1G2 days from New York, arrived yes
terday, Columbia and Sol Thomas
towing, Latham pilot. She comes
consigned to Allen and Lewis.
The Oregonian yesterday notices
the arrival hore of the P. J. Carleton
which is news to evorybod', as she
has not arrived. The particulars aro
given so minutely that we dislike very
much to destroy the item of our
Rescue Engine company No. 2
have secured the steamer Lurline for
their excursion to Portland, and will
leave Browns dock at twelve o'clock
on Sundaj'. A limited number of
tickets only will be sold, at the rate of
$2 50 for the round trip.
Miss Ellen Coursen of San Fran-
oUon wok rhnnn hv ibf Htorirv com-
Cisco, was chosen 03 tlie literary torn
mittee for the Fourth of July celc-
bration in that city, from quito a
number of prominent local vocalists,
to sing the Star Spangled Banner at
the Grand Opera house.
Mr. C. J. Smith, of Brookfield,
"got away" with that bear he has been
hunting. He killed it on the 27th.
It was a fine one; weighed about 400
pounds, and had been wounded by a
charge of buckshot about the head,
probably by Peter Lowtz, tw o miles
down the river from Brookfield.
Spokan Falls is just now cursed
with about as rough a crowd as has
been congregated in one place since
the early days of mining excitement.
The Dayton Chronicle says gamblers
and roughs of all kinds are flocking
there by every train. This is a sign
of plenty of money. For where the
carrion is there will be gathered, etc.
While the tug Sol Thomas was
towing the ship Kate Davenport into
port yesterday the tug Mary TaTlor
ran into the ship and carried away the
spanker beom. A block falling from
aloft struck Pilot Latham knocking
him senseless, and fracturing his col
lar bone. Dr. Baker is attending him.
He will be disabled for two or three
The Russell Publishing company,
149 Tremont street, Boston, deserve
a. testimonial from the parents of this
land for Our Little Ones. If the wee
ones could always have as pure and
nutritious food, there would be little
fear of mental dissipation. The de
lightful type, the pretty pictures, and
the well chosen stories, combine to
make this a favorite from the time it
crosies the threshold.
The Columbia Rlvor Pteet. '
Foliowiiig is the fleet f the Orum
Kail way and JNavigatiutt cottipniu', m
ivatHre tf 4 Is a f kltsskWs 1
Dixie Tltompsoii l.v.xSS
Emma Hay ward 177x251
Wide West 212x
.S. G. Jtoed 173X.TI
R. IX. Tltom30H. . ..125x36
Mountain Queen... 176k32
Annie Faxon VZiXX
John Gates 150x32
A 1 mot a jr7x5
Han e4 Queett 300x37
D. S. linker KSx;
Idaho (side wheel i.. 147x21
Willamette Chief... MBxar
E. Cook Io0x2
S.T. Cliutclt 154X;
Xoi tli wot 124x24
Jiewdes tlteae tltere are four barges
ranging in from 1100 to (5' tons,
and several niketa not registered.
When the railroad is tiiifrsited to
Portland tlie Astoria Heet will be
largely increased. The company
are ou-jier tf a fleet f fMtr
hull screw ateatnci.s as fnl-
lows. Tlie three first named have
each two decks xnd two masts, and
were bought of the Oregon Steamship
company; the last with three decks
and three masts, of John Koach,
arriving for the first time in 1880.
Xatue itse. Ton. ValtMi.
George W.Eldcr 230x3 IJW3& H).ooo
Cih of Chester. .202x33 1.KM..21 r,0(W
OlCgMI 2K1X37 2.335.3S 12XK)tf
ColumlHa 3ttX.' 2,721 J 173.KI0
A man by the natne of Aluxsnder
Faust died S4iddenly in his Uod at his
room in the Astor house block yeeter
deay moniing. He hud just returned
from fishing and had eaten his break
fast, and immediately ent to bed.
In alxnit ten minutes after some
friends heard him breathing hattl and
when they enteted the room Ha was
dying Coroner Franklin ws& noti
fied and an inquest 1mM. The ver
dict of the jury was that Utt uiwd tf
A large train of immigmnts p.iss
od iljrough Pendleton last week in
seiireh of homes. Tlie East Orego
nian hopas they will find what (hey
are looking for, and be satisfieil ; but
probably mt, fa they have passed as
good counties on the route as they
cm find by keeping on lo the north
pole, and if they pass Umatilla county
they certainly exnel themselves from
the new Eden.
In the July number of the North
American lleviea Carl Schtua has a
suggestive jiaper on the present as
pects of the Indian ptvMcni, in which
he discusses the Indian oltstaclc in the
way of the countrys development, the
harnKHtixing of the habits, occupations
and interests of the led men, the
1100086113' of educating their 3'outh, tho
making of the men themselves small
land proprietors, and the offering of
inducements to them to sell for a fair
compensation the land the;' do n
cultivate. Tlie Power of Public Plun
der, by James Parton, ajpeals to the
sons of men of character and wealth,
on patriotic grounds, to enter into
politics, and become the safeguards of
their county against rings and bossos.
The cost of cruelty is presented by
Mr. Ueniy Bergh, and "A Stud3' of
Tennyson" comes from the pen of Mr.
Richard Henrj' Stoddard.
Law.vrs briefs printed in fine stk
at Tin: Astokiax ortbe.
Any amount of new goods now
opening at, Adlers. lie haft brought
some veryasty articles lhi trip. Go and
see forjj-our self. Those birthday raids
just opoutHt at Adlers lnxk tJUnv an
Min S. T. MeKean will soon 1m in
iecciit of a full assortment of ImhuUi of
.Inly 1 moons. Mie lias miw aline mock
of laccs- l"H Jackets, white kirk
aml aH kiiih (f pf j,,,. (:jv(
her a call
Capt. J. H. 1). Gray is mw iiemrcil
lo supply tlie iel (pmlities of flr. hem
lock, vine maple, spruce limbs, etc.
Lcac order at the wood yard, foot of
Try Kendalls Savin Cuie, a &me
remedy for spavins, cuibs, riug Imuks.
or any eulaigment of the joints. See
-Tlrousands have ned Kendall
Simln Cine foi lhctimntibm after all
other remedies had fath'a ami lmve ex
pcricnccd iiislanl relief. See ll' mlver-
Heroic pin chasing goods of anytxwly
call and inspect my stock. You are
welcome. I will gladly show 111 good,
no matter whether you hn or not. New
goods by every steamer. S. I)azh.i:i:.
Petei Wilhelm ha established a
ftrt class saloon in C. II. Page. build
ing, on Siicmoihe street, near the bell
tower, and ha appointed 3rers. Win.
Hock & Co. his agents. The best of
everything in the line of wines, liquor.,
beer, cigars, etc,, will be kept on hand.
S. Glaser A: Co, successor to F.
Sherman & Co., Inning bought the
meat and vegetable market of F. Sher
man A: Co., would respectfully ask -i
continuance of ihe patronage bestowed
on the former proprietors.
Mamma.' said a five- ear-old, the
other da., "I wish you wouldn't leave
me to lake caie of baby again, lie was
so bad 1 had to cat all the candy you
bought at the Astoria Cnnd Factory to
Ilaing made arrangements in New
York and San Francisco for the pur
chase of all my goods, my facilities for
buvni" are such as lo enable me to
undersell all others. I defy eomneti-
tjon. S. Danr.iger. San rrancien eioiit
Mr. John Rogers of tlie Central Mar
ket, has made arrangements to keep all
the finest fresh fish, etc., in their season.
iSFAII citizens of Oregon who dc-sire
to inform their friend. 111 the slates of
the condition and progress of this .state,
can have no more complete and compre
henshc volume of facts to &end them
than by subscribing for -this journal,
and haVing us mail it weekly to their
friends. Ycmail it as directed. For
S3 00 in advance, we mail three copies
of. Tn: Weekly AsToniAXone year.
Asking for RcliuT.
route service was cut
unus me iKom lot pomi-
' cal claptrap; lit Wyeming: as well
as elsewhere. I3rady was let out,
of course, and lie had not been out
three montiis wlien buglers i
sounded their Itortis, and trumjieted
the news (m and wide that "the
annual expense of the depart
ment had boon reduced $1,500,
000, while the interests of the
people have ljeen carefully con
sidered." Onr '"fraternal brother
t Bill Xye, i. not pr4ared to ni-
dorse the last clause of the state
ment. Tnoujrh lie went off with
Tray, Blaclie and Sweetheart, in
the pack to clittse the star service
down, he iuw comments a fol fel fol
eows: It is also stated that rcductiuiis thus
far made on star routtw havo onlv iu.t
IwH'im. Wliiln vth iri! in fnvur uf x i
rigid economy in the admmiatmtion
government affairs, we cannot en
dorse as such tho reduction of a mail
service like that from Rock creek to
fort Oustor. Hundreds of jeople who
are grilling thoir bes on the fron
tier fo" the purpose of hewing out
homos for theutsolves and their chil
dren, aro thus deprived of the mail
facilities thoir location and numbers
demand. The military posts, too,
ought by all means to have a daiby
mail service; and we cannot but feel
that we reflect tho sentiments of the j
people of Wyoming, now rapidly bud
ding into one of the most thriving and
prosperous sections of the union, when
we say that, in digging a gr.ive for Mr.
Brady, the diggors have made a grand
mistake in their action rolativc to
routes which at no distant dny they
will Imj compelled to rectify.
Kiiy tlie Weekly
Tin: Wi.i:ki.i Aroi:iAN foi Ibis
week is lull of ju-l siK'b information
and ncw of tin country as otir frnds
in tlH iast want Jo siv. It has ver
few advertisements, and is chock to tin
lMur.r.lc of infortMati(n that iki famih
an succesfully Miueeae along witlWHt.
Two dollars will bu lle wliole wad for
a yenr.?l ."i0 for simoiithsor ten cents
On after this dattan additioual It)
cents ier cord willltijcharged on all
orders lor awel wojfil not accompanied
b thecasif.atGra; rood vard. Jnlv
Younu' Jleni'liritlan .tsioeiutiou
Regular business meeting of the
Voung Mens Christ taiy Association this
( Fi bias 1 evening, at S ffcldyk.
V. V. r.ii)vi:):, .eereiar .
Koquest to all Soeleties.
All Sxietics, Organiaiions, Fire
conimnio, etc- w ho ih tb enter the
jHoccision on the Fourrti 0 July, ISM.
are iwiucstetiio reiMirtatoacc to
Wm. D. B.vuKii (fraud Marshal
The llwaro Steam Navigation cmii
nam begin Daily Trips to the Forts and
llwaco.Jiily lst'lttolyUid the alsoghe
notice iiihpiradxertfseinojit.in another
coluinn7that in order to accommodate
summer liivel aim excursionists from
l'ortlaad, tfie stcjdner Gen. Canby will
eonnet at Astoria three days in each
wockthe tame evening, with the Ore
gon Kailviiyand Navigation eoiiipnuy.s.
sttttfticrs (torn I'oitlaud. Notice of the
das willac ghen when travel begins.
Oflircsi to Knit.
Single or in uiies of two. in Tin: A
to it 1 x building.. Price reasonable.
Co:ire Liverpool Sail
For sale by llc tmi. at San Franei?4o
k'j'S at Warren and Katous Astoria
Geo. Hill, proprietor and mannger,
Fred Geie, stage manager. Thos. Cullen.
lender of orchesi ra. Geo. Lambert, leader
of bins Imnd. Cook and Nickerson, the
yon ng mekes: Mii Lou Cook in songs
and dance, etc. New first pait. New
olio.aml new act. Open airconcert at
8 i. n. Performance commences at sw)
v.m. Entrance 011 Denton street: pii-
vate hcs on Chenamus.
A C-'air Proposition. !
From this date the Astoria photograph !
galk'n will conduct business on thel
folh.wing plan. We will take negatives "WTFif. W 'RTC'nfVPT1
of any lady and everybody that will n iJJU YV lJ12iJLUi 1
favor us with a call, we will print aj
irKfof the same free of charge, no one 1 '(.1E!'!Y i'Jisil-v.
iK'ing under an obligation to order 1
from nch negatives unless they desire'
to do mi. ' IMreet fnHM Ilaxerl)s llih s4net Tbealte.
We will take the Astoria engine com- N' ork;nj. miriHlneinK AHteri-
lanies and all lodge- and societies, anv ,"Jt i'" '
lime llH-y will assemble fortheisuriKise.i ., ,
and present each lodge or .socict with I MR. CKARLE3 B. BiSHOP,
onepictuieofMich group, either taken
all together or in separate pictures and As the. Inimitable "V. Uu" and ih
groujHjd afterwank. ( Famom Faortle
We will take views of residence and 1
buildings, liotels eanncnes, mills clen MR. JAMES 0. 3 A R R 0 W S,
on the same terms, mx: We will lake
the ncgatms Tree of charge.
We do thi in order that our work
.shall stand on it merits, as we arc pre -
naredtodo 'ood work. No one need
wail until they go to San Francisco.
following AKK011: imiicks:
34 or full length boudoirs... ?f 00
cabinets... A 00
4 cards 2 TiO
Dust pictures and boudoirs. 7 00
Yiguelle cabinets ." 00
cards :; 00
Thos. O. I!i:ooks A: Co.
Icci'n'nmai 'oc(it'. oyster ami ro -
fr.inciitnI(Km 011 -Main strorl.
"Max. Wagner .San Francisco
timml Iirewcrv beer can't he boat.
I. Wilhclm. Doss saloon, opposite
llieCIarciulon hotel, Port land, Oregon.
A .snlcmtul asso
lem, of lre,sii
French camlie will
neil to-ilay at
The New Testament aiithorizcil
edition revised, for twenty-five ccnte at
Charles Stevens and Sons City Hook
Fnwli candies made daily at the As
toria Candy Factory next door to
Stevens A: Sons book store opposite the
Charles Stevens tt Son are in re
ceipt of a line stock of mouldings, and
are now preimred to make picture
frames lo order. Call and inspect their
r. J. noodman, on Chenannis street.
1ms just received the latest and most j
fashionable style of gents and ladies
boots, shoes, etc
For a first-class oyster stew, frv,
pan-roast or fancy roast, go to Hoscoe.5
on Main street, opposite N. .Loch's.
Familicssupplied by the hundred or the
sack, open or in the shell.
I'urnlbhctl Itooms to I.ct
A! Mr. Mwnson's lodim; houM.
Frer iHtK'h. Ihh-
ul wlikker to-
mokkoh at IhcGcaJ
Notice to Fithrrtni'ii.
I'rnw (hk lo IJmni ouim1s of Mark
swn Jrota sturgeon wauled. Cs4t
1iW at .1. T. IJomnuits, Dew Drop Inn.
CmiMaiiclr n ImwUimil in MiMmitk j
1 ilt. LfvenwMrf tactorx filktl. I5y !
i eoarst. w lialf giTMiml.at
l (iKO. W. IlfMK-s,
i:tip!:! ::rirU! Itrk-k!
lkaroiihamlalarg.'aMMmitofbrirk;. IOL1N AD Gl ITAU STRINGS,
frsjrai from i to sk per HkmiwihI. SHEET MUSIC.
Call and examine, near Atrfat .erne- AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
tei. .lo WlI.I.1AM"o..j As v!l as rcriliu.s . ! lK-!He'iiHr io a
To the Clti:tre.
All the ettiwlreit wishing lo partiei
jwitc in he Konrth of .Inly eeiettVaiion.
orrMeon the Libert ear. will please
lcae their natne.s at Mrs. Derby nul!i
All fun-loviit? feilous wImi uant to
Min the nHesbHi of the ItoiHek-!
nig HmerMHi tin night of the Komi lb of
Jnlv will nlen.se reiwHt lo Joe Charters,
at the Starlter shft on t'beircnitr stn1"!
Shermait ESrnx. I"xire
Will ieeeie orders at IIk .stote if I.
W. CaM for npjhT Astoria or Riy otlMr
art of the city. Leave inr tHulers on
the slate ami the will be promptly aJ
n. 1 lee Crcxs.
It makes all the difference in the
worbl where ou jri ice cream as io
quality. AH wln hae trietl it. every
IkmIv, prouoniwcs Frank Fabers lint h
in tfuaiity. No. 1 lee Cream, ami equally
as miK'b to tlie dish in iuanlit.
The Central- Hotel.
On of tin ifmM. cleanest ami l!
kejft lMtel?. in Astoria, sit uated in-artlH'
steamer landing, with first clas. airy
nonis. ooil lKmrd am! cn reasonable
rates. liar ami billiard room. Tite
IhsI if wines ami liquors, and an excel
lent glass of San FtaiH-iseo Ihit.
Antoin Biki.oii. l'mpm-t'ir.
Attention 10 Kees briukci.
TIm eelebralt'd Sail FmneiM-o Na
tioual Beer. Max V4gne1 agent. is awa
ahead. TIh men rV'Mijnj'pn-ciale anil
are well pleased S iimisb it tr their
eiistoiwrs are MrlMllh and Mr. Iiuis
Malot in Atoii:tJ aiifMr. W. W. WanI
ami W. R. Haleu Vi Ilwm-o. -And
dont take Iiu borsef shoe awa fnm
Great Itarsaius an now offcnsl in she
cil of Williauisort for an mihis
wi-hingto locate from oik- iot to live
acres. It is well adajiteil for gardens,
dairx ranelMs(H jlaan( ittont; uell
elevated, situated one mile mhiIIi of
Astoria on Youngs Jm. with a gooil
gnnleil nnul to the plm-c. For Inrtbcr
information call at my rcidcticc mar
tlK'eenM'lery. .bntx Wii.i.iammx.
To Live rZe;i.
Tin: Atoijiax ha now leaehed a
circulation wha-h daee 11 at tin head
of the list if Oregon dailbrs, ami inurst
to advertiser thereof more heue4it for
tin amount iwd l ban ma In secured
elscwlierc. To tlne who wih lo reaeh
tin largest number of readers at tin
malkt eK'iiM we onVr Ihe eohtutitx
of an attractive dail. the neee-s of
which from ihe wry .start has been far
lwyond the ecHatioiiN of the most
Fr tin4 genuine J. II. Cutter old
Bourbon, ami the he! of wines, lienors
ami San Franelseo lMer. call at IhcGent.
oiHNi(c tin Im'H lower, and M-efamp-Ik-11.
j i ji Xtt IX 1 1 I'liVl jLi ,
.1. 11. HAYI'KI.V
Wait for the Grand Comedy Boom
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
TiiTr-t ri tt Tii1tt 1 1 1QQ1
lllOHUcly , oTLLy JLI, lOOl
., , , ,
n,e -r.-aie.t III M the M-a-on. 1i.hh eu
1 irk ! Nan Fnne-J--n.
. Snprtetl bv an eeeHMMall Strem: t
1 Taletei Artist
! .... .
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but remewlter the
hr .i ... i 1 . 1 i i 00 1 :
JKMKIilV. tJ til V I i, 1 OO 1 .
l'oitwlar trl'is. No extra charge for re
scnliii: scats at CAUL ADLKK'S.
,xffr fur nn-nnn n nr
W . El, 0EiBES & GO.
Will ojieit tlieir
J PLEASURE GARDEN, i
On IVeM-Sixtli Slreei.
! ON THE 4-TH OF JULY NEXT,
lot Crmm, Strttittberries imtt Cream,
Ami nil t hi ilflicaeies uf t lit- .
! Swings. Target Shooting and Dan -
cinq Day and Nitilit.
ciny Day and Niglit.
AIo Ten i'ius on a 5eu yteale.
A Cootl ll.imt In Attexidnnee.
nanos ana Ursrairs
iM alI Hlak
i-s (iittantl on
full stock of
' VIOLINS. GUITAR?, P. AN JOS, AC
I COKDEONS. CONCERTINAS.
I ALi -i large stck. of t he Uet of
5'irst ( ! is Milsk str-
r uiis:nnl ()r-:uis so!il on the niontiil iH
s..il!iiuiit !.iii or fr rent.
CARL ADLER'S BOOK. STORE.
Tlie l.incst stock of
Blank Books and Stationery
of eery description.
'mIhhiI IJfn. lMI4cs. Pot'tHral
W rks. Alltums ami
lUsili s a full and coinib'te
stvk of ferjt Inn nsually
keit ma well rexulnted VWx.
Mor . Also ih-ws tWK ami agency for
epi ikiimt aul htmmIk-:iI piiMishcd.
CARL ADLER'S VARIETY STORE
2B " rlnrs. Ckh-Ks ami .lewelrv.
vfSl'.H-Vrt aiMl Table Cutler-.
' JS- Yankee Notions ami Toys,
it SjH 1'ietnrt TraMM's aihl ChronMK.
5sJVNtidS Itelij, Carnajies. a complete
v. ,. - .ivsiwtiiM'iit. ArelM'rv. etc.
N"e go4Mls If eery steamer. Tlie public
art inu-l toi-viiniineHi stuck and price.
ritKNAMlN.Si... - ASTOIM A. OREGON.
.WrOKIA At.KNCY OI
HOWE .&, CO.
Ilimler. :irul IiUmlt Book
Hie lHil Itllh'.eTS i
fate that can do
.txvks with Cllt
srsi-rias uitra. si
Kilees. Full Tnrkerf Iai
rlX"iiers. and Full
Gill Sbs. We hiAe llir
is llrst-clavj uork-
men Ioh.i Uh l-e-i
OM llk"ks rebouml.
tMt Alil.Klt. Agent
HOTEI-S AND BESTAU BANTS.
A.. I. MKfll.KK. 1 . -. wnmiiT
MX'lbKK A IVKlCin. 5rKiet.w.
rii:x I'ltoriiinrous auk jiappy w
.E. annomteetlut lhaUTehil-llia been
rcNitnlcit aiMt refurnislMtl. ntbtiiig greatly to
iee etHHHHi m stneisNt js uovv llie ltel
kae! maih of San Fmnrico.
IV W. KMIW IJCs. Al ZIKl'.KK.
AKTi..l. - OKKllUN
ZIEBEK & XKOWLES, Pioprietors.
Free cwrb tw ainl frwa lite houm.
raaTii r M u a Astouian is i-n Kk at the
tlarf-Koim Ilittel rraHlHa roi.
Pioneer Rescaurant Hotel.
rami: tic vvi:;.i rriiur wii.i. kind
jl. Uh- I'mneer llr; i-l:is m M resicts.aud
a share f ilifir iKitnwaae 1 rvectfiilly
QEyllinril and KmIhrIi ttHMi.t orv.eek.
Fair Wind Coif cm- Saloon
Vt".VTi:i: STKHl-X ASTOKIA.
Net ibMrlo Or. Knise's.
foITi'i'. Ten nittJ :ioeonte. Avitb
C'aUe. IO 'entH.
fbop oobeil to Order.
l-'ine IViites.. ijiquon. siul i'isnrs
!Iam jnt ihn-imnI Hi,' alMic estaMish
meitt He rorliaily unite mir friends ami the
HiMte-:iiTa'l lo i us a trial,
.-i-ti I'OAICI) & KVAXhON.
ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS
rsv.iK rNi)Ki:s:cxKi) is pmiased to
i anmmnce lit the
LadiGS and Gentlemen of this City
mat he I ne: preitannl l turne-h for tliein,
in Rrt rtassk ami eer Mj-U.
oystk::s. n-ir cokkkk. tka, ctc.
Ladies and Gent's Oyster Saloon.
Ili'a.' Kle me a eall.
HOSfOK lilXON. rniprietor
First Street Brid?f2 Saloon.
j HENRY ROTKE,
DKAI.KK IX FIXE WIX1JS. I.IQITOUS,
I'.kkk. Ch:ak.s. h Mt bramls uf
H)SHlh First street. Poi:ti.xi, Okrcox.
rMM San FraiH4s- 1'h1 TaWe m the
Piles for Sale.
A. tt. Me.MiilaH is preitriMl to furnish
i , F"' or Hemlock Piles
IX AXY AMOUNT TO OltDKU, AXI) OX
" Ijeave ortlcrs at the store of Trc ncliaril &
Or aldres. A. U. Mr.M I LLAX.
Tlie HiulorseiiL'tl I premreil U ftimlsb
a ktrsc HHinber of Sjirks ami himrs at his
llaivHtslHrt notuv.at reasonable rates.
jjfigy a( 1
TALK IS CHEAP BOYS!
! Money to Buy Whisky !
MfMntiMi....... ,, filli ...,;.,
It Also Beqires Money to Pay Expenses.
T cannot sell Goods AT COST and pay expenses, but
1 1 CAJV MB WILL I
Than certain Chatham Street
come before the public in flaminor advertise
ments only for the purpose of
SWINDLING- THE PEOPLE
Notwithstanding the fact oi this being the dullest year
since my arrival in Astoria, I have nearly doubled
my sales, which has only been attained
BY SQUARE DEALING.
RECEIVED BY EVERY STEAMER.
Remember the Place, the Old and Reliable
ONE PEICE I X L
DRY G00D8 AND 6L0THINQ HOUSE
Main Sti-eef, near Parker House, Astoria.
C B. COOPER,
loss Coffee and Tea Pot
TWO DOOliS EAST OF OCCIDENT, - - ASTOKIA, OREGON.
FURNITURE Ss BEDDING
AND DEALER IN
Carpets, Oil Clotli3 Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades. Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES
Complete In eery branch.
IS SUrEKIOU TO MOST, AND IS KKCTU.KI) i;Y XOXE OX THIS COAST
JOHN FT ATTN, - - PROPKIETOR.
CHENAHUS STREET, - ASTORIA, OREGON.
eg-Qnlera left at the CKKMAXIA BEEK HALL will be promptly attended to.n
M. MEYER Proprietor.
HAVING EVERY FACILITY FOlt
ticlo. I am now prepared to furnis
AT .10 CT.XTK PER C.'ALLOX
"families and keepers of public houses
M. MEYER. Proprietor
First Class. Saloon,
CHICAGO BREWERY DEPOT,
On the Knadxvay, opposite Hie Oregon Rail
way and XaUgation Co's wharf.
Tlie choicest brands of foreign and domestic
-iVIXKS,IiIlUOnS A.D CIGARS.
CB-ilest Chlcaso I5cer."aw
John Rogers, Central Market,
Has recehed alarse Invoice of
BAISKELS AKD HALT? BARRELS
of the best quality,
And is now read to supply Butchers Can
neries and all others, cheap for cash.
A. SWEEPING KEDUCTI
Made on the choicest and best assortment of
MENS. . YOUTHS AND BOYS CLOTHUSjf
Alse: The Finest Suits Made to Order and Warrante'd.
Style of Merchants,
.MAY BK HAD OF
AImi. Am-iit for the eHflmited
HE MAXUFACTUltE OF A FIKSTCLA&S AR
the public with the finest quality, fur cash.
AT $t 50 PI-.R DOZEIV.
promptly and regularly supplied,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
3E X. -aLS T -H3 DEL E3 DEJ.
Onlers left at the Occident Hotel, or at ay
Warehouse, foot of Benton Street, promptly
T IME, SAND, BRICK. PIASTER. LATH,
JJ Cement, and all materials In my line,
furnished to order.
0BSpeclal attention paid to Furnace work
and llanges. Cistern work warranted good
or no pay.
ssrAseut S.ui Juan and New Tacow&Uate.
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