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(3 JL'h? 3;m xstsrSan. . ASTOltlA, OREGON SATl'KDAY , .DEC. 17.11 ISSUED 3 VERY MORNING. Slonday bieovtert.. J. F. HA Tt, OR AN iz COMPANY, 1'ui:lihki:s ami l'lroi'iriKTOKs. tUrunt lioilduuf, Cam Sired. Terms of Subscription : son e J by Carrier, r-or weofc .23 Canu -nt liy inalJ. tour months........... ..S3 GO 3f b; ;urtil.cn tear. ................ 1iK) (t3 of I'w'uiro toSabscribarf. tr Advorli?cincnn inserted ly the year at Jm ro of $1 5 per fiquare per inonth. I'rnnsiontailvortieiuK, by tho day or weok. jfiy cenU ior square for each insertion. THEJ3ITY. T:ik Daily astokian will h i-itit 1i miiilaiTtcrnt a month, frftuf jmHogr. Itiad er who ait"Hitlalcabficncc from the city con tiocc Tm: AsroniAX follorr than. Daily r Wkkiily edition tn any pont-oftcc irith imt a tftillonal expense. Addn&CA may tc en uiyal a oftrna nrirtii. Isarc order at Iff cmmlin'j nom. A new and specially assorted list of ladies and gents' masts, all from .San Francisco, at erv low rates of rent, at M. D. Kant's, Merchant Tailor. --M. 1). Kant will telegraph ihe last batch of mask suits next Mendav: none later accepted. At 1 o'clock this afternoon K. C. liolden will ofler at public auction, a small lot of second-hand furniture and other household effects to be sold on ac count of departure. One cottage hed 100m .set. two lounges, chair-., tables, lockers, kitchen cupboard, etc., etc. Also, one Dexter cooking stove and fur niture all in excellent condition. The toys and holiday goods at llol deu's auction room aie now open for in spection. Nearly all the articles dis played are useful as well as ornamental, and all are liit class in quality, not withstanding the great reduction in ; prices riding hereloiore. liosr. ('. .J. Treiiehanl lost a huge gold ring wilh a cameo setting yesterday after noon. Tho litider will be suitably re warded b returning it to him. Hansen IJro. are putting v.p live new buildings. There are at present 200 students at the State University. -Candy :uid nuts at AdlerV. Gapt. Hustler gives notice that school taxes are now due and payable at Iur oflice. Holiday goods in endlass varielvat Adler's. -The next annual reunion of the Oregon Pioneer Association will be held at the Salem fair grounds. Fresh candy every daj at the As toiia candy factory. Capt. Taylor, of Fort Canby, has ten days leave of absence to bring up his family from San Francisco. The Jubilee Troupe have engaged a lull Quadrille Jland from Portlandthe bet in that city. H. .1. Hansen found a gold ring at the lire .yesterday afternoon, which can be had of him upon identification. -Por jour sweet hearts, go to the As toria candy factory. The O. 1. Co. have the lumber at Dayton to build a cottage on every available quarter section of their lands in the PaIoubc country. A large consignment of new gomU on the Columbia, for Adler. If you want some handsome New Year's cards leave your order at The AriTOiiiAN office and you will bo suited in stylos and prices. Another of those fine A. li. Chase organs at the City Book Store. "Our women marry e.uly, and their husbands live long and die hard," writes au Indiana trustee, to the Bureau of Statistics. Max. Wagner's ."san Pi-aneisco 'a tional luewery beer can't be beat. -Attention is directed to the ad. of the new coasting steamer Yaijuiua, which will run from Portland to Ya ipuina bay, Tillamook and Cray's har bor. Flush lard, ot their own manufac ture, at Warren & Eaton's. Residents of Nelialoni are inter ested in that petition. R. M. Wooden will have signatures from every resi dent of that section. Circulate and sign. Frank Fabre has oysters in every style. Stew and pan roasts a specially An oxploding lamp at the Snug Saloon at live o'clock yesterday after noon caused an alarm of fire, but for tunately the flames were immediately subdued. -All parties desirous of masking at the coming masquerade can secure' all necessary information from Frank It. Parker. Megler & Wright desire tj thank the Astoria Fire department for the efficiency and dispatch used in extinguishing the fire at the Occident Hotel yesterday. Ihe maskers' tickets are going off rapidly, but we shall have lots left. Call and procure jours. and encourage others to do the same. rnnd Announcement. To tlu public of A.storia, out ami all. take notice of the following dispatch I j leeched lat week from one of the largest house-, in .San rrauofceo, dealing, SC'thirmholidaKoodsJoy,ou.jGd , , . ,. . J . DeakSik: llaviuz received our lioli 1J.. id. x oi.l.u.. ..i.simii:, i. i ,!....,.,.! i. .t.:..j .:..... ii.: . .. ... would like to shin vou Three Thousand J dollars worth, which you may dispone of regardless of cost, as Ave need moncj and have to take this method of receiv ing the same. Answer immediately. Il.vm's DoLrii A- Co., iSan Francisco. Having accepted the above offer I will open this large lot of Christinas and holiday goods regardless of cost, on Monday. Dec. 19, 1831. at the sign or the red Hag on Main street, next door to the White House and opposite N. Loeb's. This is no humbug, nor do I intend to sive the public any taHv. Look out for further announcements'. Respectfully, ynnrs. L. E.Si:r.ir.. J'. .S. yi f,OOD AMI llJK'I.s AMU. "ATIrV THi: I'dlLIC THAT TIIKY IIAVK not r.n:x rrirriiAnn ix point.vvn. Important Discovery. This is the thing we long lia e sought and mourned because we found it n it. 1 The Rosebnnj Independent of the 10th insr., in an article entitled "Useless work," alleges that the Oregon and California 15. II. Co. "is beyond doubt a monopoly with a .soul."' This com pletely upsets the allegation heretofore accepted as true that "n corporation has no body to kick and no soul km damn." The new comets, tho revision of the tariff, the personnel of the Cabinet, nUf have taken up the at tention of many of the leading minds of the nation lately, to the utter ex clusion of psychological subjects, ftnr lloselmrg contemporary ir to be con gratulated upon the dicovery. File a caveat forthwith. Fire. At 1:-15 yesterday afteinuo:. a lire broke out in the laundry of the Occi dent hotel and sent a vulume of dense, black smoke through the ventilator. The fire companies were promptly on hand and after fcouie difficulty in get ting a st i earn mi, oiing to the compli cated surroundings, the tire was put out. The most of the damage is in the cnnseivatoiy, which i.s badly shaken up. Marrying' at a distance by elec tricity, says the Alia, may be legal, but it doesn't afford to the weddied parties oue-huiidredth part of the consolation that the old-fashioned way does. Whips, curry-combs, l-iushcs; new sleck: first class goods, eherp for cash. S. (in ay. Il is thought by parties visiting that country that the whole region between Walla Walla and the Des chutes river, a distance of oter 125 miles, will be an almost unbroken wheat field in live years. ,1. W. (Vum has removed to the old :land of Wan en ami Kalon. opposite the Occident. -On account of the memorial ser vices to be held Sunday evening tho second lecture of the eoui-se proposed by the pastor of the Presbyterian church will be delivered on Sunday morning. Subject, "Dancing." The .Jubilee Troupe have engaged a quadrille band from Poiliand. to play at the masquerade. In a Prineville saloon, last Sun day evening, Henry Vaughn and Glias Long liold a shooting matinee. Henry shooting Charles four times, and Charles shooting Henry twice. Tis thought that both are fatally wounded. The tug Rip Van Winkie has been sold to Jensen and Smith, of Seattlo, for 85,000. The Rip was built hore in 1877 by .7. C. Harlow and is a fast boat. She will, in future, run iu the freight and p-issenger trade on Hood's canal. The Astoria Transportation com pany have liled ai tides of incorpora tion. It is the intention of tin: com pany to build boats and invigafe the waters of tho Columbia and its tribu taries. The company will immediately proceed to build a barge here cipable of carrying one thousand tons of K-ai. The last number of the Scientific Miscellany to hand has a column and a half explaining that the reason milk looks blue is thai "the microscopical bacteria multiply with rapidity pro ducing uu organism akin to aniline and of an azuro tint." See there now; we always thought it was the water the cow drank, that gave the cerulean hue to tho lacteal fluid. It's nice though to know these things. The Orient Raths aie far superior to any in the city. Everything new and neat. Chenaimts stieet. opposite llol den's auction rooms, doe (!. Charters, proprietor. Here is mid-winter, and you oan't a house for love nor moneynor both together. If it is this way in the "dull season" what will be the state of af fairs when the brighter color glows upon the burnished dove, aud the fishes move aud the cthcrial mildness prevails. The hapless mortals that have no houses built for them will havo to camp on friendly roofs or roost in the trees. Memorial Services. Amin.tiriat-e, .services to the meumrv ! f . , , , . , ; i of om ivvw"d aI,(l .cntcl ttro.. J. j L. lltdgely, fSraml Secretaiy of the " - . O. I, will lie held in tlio CMutea- tu,,,nl cJ:"'-f " umlay evening at aovcu o'clock, under suiwriiUendoneo ... , , x. '- ... ,.., ot iJcavcr Jjodge, Ao. .J.. All ( Wl ! Fellows in good standing are expected i to attend: and the public generally: are respectfully iuvitiil tu be present. , Ky order of" Committki:. - Ckatsop County Coal Notes. ii . i . t. " . . f v i rospcciors jniejy aniveu iroiii .e halezn report a god showing in tlie country bounded by lie Humbug cm the cast and the :.v. -Nelialem ..n the ; . v-cst hiki .ouu,. .. ,.,.r,y ..i ..:l-.h( iare tunneling m on a i;ooi win he twecn tho South Nelialem and the t;.,i; Tin. .al n..ir Knm.n. iv- !"- -..-. I-J teen miles above Astoria, is being prospected. Good d large pieces of j . , f r. , a orauch of Grays J coal are louna on a oraucti ot uniy.sjA. Montgomery under the Jlrm name of ;,...,.., rimi'i, iil.,m ,. ,., .,;c;.., ,vnll n or near Klmts place, pnnniMug well as prospecting progresses The Magnet I a propeller, six tons register. 28JL feet in length, ioi feet beam, depth I of hold three feet. She was built at ! Fort Canby by .f. W. Munson in 1877. She runs to various points on the Co lumbia and its tributaries in this vi cinity. The little boat has proved an accommodation to its p'ltrons and a source of profit to her owners, Levi1 C. (iibson and M. O. Morgan. The River flanges, Dochra, Uel lotia and Dunard are outside. Win. Chance was confirmed by the Senate last Thursday as postmaster at this place. The Edith took the fJcii. Canby s place yesterday, the latter having gone to the Locomon after a raft. J. A. Montgomery, agent foi the Ma gee stoves and 'ranges. l'ir.; class workmen constantly employed. Regular communication of Tem ple Lodge No. 7, F. & A. M. this evening at 7:U0 o'clock. Vou would be surprised to ee hov fas! Adler is .selling iIiom beautilul toilet sets. Ron. Truman ha an article in the Christinas Argonaut on the mix ing of fancy drinks. No bettor posted f man than the same Ren. on the sub ject can be found on the coast. Hotel Arrivals. OCCIDENT. Capt Sinnott Kirkwood; A R Pow ers Kuappa; , Westport, E Allien M Young city; R H Patterson Fort Canby; T Doig city: R Roberts (llan padan: Win Evans (llaslyn. I'VKKEK itousr A Coltnuv Lindores Abbey: Ueo D Coven, Win Smith, A Sutherland Sktpaneii: Mi&s Johnson Rainier; Dcnnic Kelleher Nelmleni: .1 Edgar Yonngs river: A L Parker .sfr tTara Parker. AYilliuniHiot-t 1'ropert.v. (Jreat bargains arc now offered in the citv of WilHanisiMirf for :in lierxins wishing to locate from one lot to five I acres. 'His well adapted for gaideus. dairy ranches or pleasant hemes: well elevated, situated one mile south of Astoria on Youngs bay. with a good graded road to the place. For further information call at 1113 residence near the cemetery. John Williamson. Mrs. Twilight and Mr. Illslej have taken charge of the Pioneer Restaurant, which has been thoroughly renovated and refitted. Mrs. IIMey has charge of the cuisine. Cood coffee a specialty. The Cily Rook Store has on exhibi tion oneof the finest selection of holiday goods ever opened. Call and examine for yourselves. Jackins and Paiks will oie:i a stove and tin .slims in the building op posite the Walia Walla restaurant the lirst ot next week. Scolch butler, Russian apricot and lots more of those celebrated eaiulhs and sweet meals jusl received at Vdlcr's, fresh from the factor. Mr. John lingers oi the Central Mar ket, has made arrangements to Keep all the finest fre.sh fish, etc., in their season ASTOltlA FJKK UKIAltT3XI'..T C. .1. TKEXCH AKD Chief lliigineor !'. V. HICKS... -tat Asst. laigineer J. O. lfOZOKTH .-M A-t. laigineer IJOARlJ QVDELKaATES.Kcxuhit meet ing fourth ?.londa in each month, at 7 -.To p.m., at hall of Alert Hoel: and l-iddor Company Xo. 1. OITICKRS.F. .I.Taj lor. rresldenl; l I, Parker, Seeretan : A. V. Kerrj', Treasurer. liKLKCATF-s. AV. W. Parker, J. Strauss. I. Bergman, of Astoria KngineCo. Xo. I : A. A. Cleveland. W.J. Harr. Clia. H. Stockton, of Rescue Engine Co. No. 2 ; Ed. 1). Curtis. A. Yv". Iterrj'. P. .1. Taj lor. of Alert Hook and Ladder Co.'Xo. 1. ASTOltlA EXaiXE COMMAT .Yo. -. Kegular meeting fiist Monday in each mouth. OFricr.is. W. Y. I'.uUer. President ; 1 1. Selig, Seeretarv; William lii!-k. Treas urer; li. K.Ste eus. roreman. . O. IngalN, 1st Asst. Foreman. Joe. O. Charters. -JJ Asst. Foreman. IIESCUE- EXOTXE COM VAX Y Xo. t. Kesular meeting first Mondaj in each mouth. Offiitjis. A. A.Cleveland. President : .1. A. Montgometj-, Secretary: !' "Morris. Treasurer; Chas.II. Stockton, Foreman. A. McKen7.1e.lst Asst. runiiiaii. J. W. Hi own. 'Jd Asst. 1 01 email. ALERT nOOKAXD LADDER Co. Xo. 1. Regular meeting second Monday in each month. Orrrcr.KS. J. O. iiozoith. 1'resident ; C, Brown, Seeretan ; Jay Tultle, Treasurer; I.E. Thomas. Foreman, F. B. Elberson. 1st Asst. Foreman. F, W. Fersuson. 2J -sst. Foreman. ! The Sew Testament authorized edition revised, for twcnl y-fivc cents at , riiivlrv: Stnv.sn mill Sons Cilv I.OOk ' . . ' V. J. Goodman, on Clienanius street, ha. just icceivcd the latest and most lasIHOIiaOIC MVIl 1 UtJius ;wiw .iiuc-- lioots. idioes. etc. Julius Hnlbssutli, nniMC ieaehcr for .piano, orgaij or voice cuKurc. t Ii-ani m .oi-caus will be properly attended to In , !,.,,,... mdnrs :it Adler's book am variety .-ton. Xln.ISf"Xcw Ymr's. and birth-day; card-, the finel ever in the city, at the 'iy Hook .store. j --Hot. cold, and siiower JJaths at tlie Occident hair dressing saloon, twenty- "vo cent Ciroiui C.jtin Blank:-.. Count v .shipping !J!anV. Miscellaneous i:ianic-!i ')mK MnF"J"Ni'ic. f,,r S:,!- al T"r As'iokian otnee. LEOAli ADVERTISKJIENTS. Notice. mill'. fAUTKlSMIIl' UKUKTOl'OKKei- X Klins between CML .laekins ami John Montsomerv under tlie Jlrm name of jaacKins &: .Montgomery, uas neen uus nay (Ui.,olml by n?utu:i oasPiit. John A. J Montgomery w ill collect ami settle all ac- . -uins i s.iui ii nil. ; CIIAS.K.JACKINS. .IXO. A. MOXTCOJir.KY. AMori:i.ogu.le& 2i.ii. U-3M Masonic Land and Building Asso ciation Notice. X7UTICK IS HKUHUY IMVKX THAT the! XA annual meeting of the stocsholuVrs of the Masonic Jtud ami Jiuildin-' Ahsoeiatlou of Astoria, will beheldattheoHleeof (Jeonxe Maei. in AMona on ncuueiiiav, th02jstoi December, lst. at '' o'clock l'.'JL. for the purpose of electing a board of ilireetcrs or the easiiins: year. M'onsiNtliisnf s.-en mem bers) aud for the transaction of such other Inisiiif i as mav come before the meeting. Itv order of the Hoard of Hi rectors. d-3M S. T. A'.i-KKAX. See. Notice. Bltni.SII I5AKK"C.LA8LYX."Cait. kv aus, friim Kio. Xeilhcr the CapSain. nor tnr iinuersiKnuii, cnnsisneesoiineaixne j vessel, will he responsible lor anj debts that I mav be contracted liv tlie crew. 1 d iwk TAYf.OK. YOIW'C & CO. j Notice. TvreTici: is HKunr.Y giykx th i annual meetini; of the stockholders of the Kisliernicns raekin t'ompany will be helil ai their office in I pper Astoria, on the )tli daj of Deceinlier. ltl. at i o'clock a. :.i. for ihe inriOsi of electing a Hoard of Direc tor for the enduing ear. and such other business as mav come iicfore the meeting. l!y order of the President, d-td MIX.!. VOl'XG.Sce. Notice. ritni: sinr aikijayaxjiik v M(Ji:r.' JL is now discharging canro at lirown & He's wharf. I'arties owning sahi merchan ilivi are liciehy notified to lake their trootW away immediately or Hie gooiN will lie stored at their risk and cik:w. itonuKKs. mi-:yi:k .1 co. J. !. Hustler. Auent. Astoria. Dee. U, IMj. ;-tf Notice to Cannerymen. i L.IOK THIKTY 1AY l'KO.M THIS date X 1 will rnutniet to make fish lmes of sat- isiavtoryuuaiity 111 any iiiiaimiv mi the fol lowing pruts: lK.esin the shuck ni1-cents i'ucii ; naiieii miies ii. eenis earn, uenv ered at Ihe Y'et Shore Mills. .i.r.Tiu'i.i.ixr.Rir A-tori:i, Dee. l(i, lisSi. d-jm j City Treasurers Notice. J VOTK'K IS HKKKr.Yi-.IVKV TH 'V ail i.i city warrants endorsed prior to .M.i .".:., ISM) will be tiaid on procutaliou at thei'ilx l r.n.tiRr otlii-c -mil tli'it iiili.ri.t .m cmi'Ii . 1 waiiants. not henMofoic riiUeili ..!. ic:im. ' ironi ihUdnle. D c-iniicr!L I'i . k.d i:ir..T. I d-uVI i'il Treasurer. : Tli. theatie is crowded ni?;hU. and all who har wilnesM-d tie entertainment pi o- School Tax District No. 9-..Upperi,,"1,m''u,0,","":',,,,:,!,J:h'nH'uh,'rr- AStOria. School taxiis rei: this district aienow due and paxahlr at the oilice ot l!ir iiiiCeislgncd. " VM. II. ADA IK. CU rk of District Xo. l. Astoria, Dee.."i, tsM. d-lm FARM AND TIMBER LAND. :i:;.i ACiiKy. Hast '. 01 Huhhaid claim on the YVallusUi j fur Mile. Siv miles fitmi town hv wider e: j county road. Impure of CKI.or.'l'ARKKK.i or at thlsoniec. If I SHIPPING TAGS rpiIK IiU?T QUALITY. WILL ItK .-')Ll J rpiIK IIC?: I by the h t'btn. to Fuit Hundred, or by tat bo. printed or Fuit customer, hi Ihk Aiv,i:i sj oiiiep Sheriff's Notice. STATIC. COI'XTY. AM .SI'AIT. 1. Seh hool Taxes for the earlvil.aie now due and can le paid at m ofiieeat theCourt linUM. A. .!. 1 WU.MIILi, div.tt SherilfandTav Colltjctor. Wanted. A IT.KaOX TO MAXAOK SALMON) rciiuircd at onee. Application to he made 1 letter. luclosinzrrli-iwifcs and terms. Ad.ttvss-. ii'i:M:i:i:!:hioN.vfi... " iciona. 1 rr.AiK.u" ai:ti:i:s di:iaktmkt (j,. ii ihe('oinmi)i:i aneoiiver Harriets YV r.. Nov. J, ISsl. Wrillen pmiHisaN rd linnsvlvn! b the. undersigned, at anemer U'lrnieKn. ".T..' 1111111 .uareii..si. issj.irine nm 4.1 cc li- sii sciniii on tlie J ort :eciis. I'imit Vdauisi .Militar.v Keenaiion. iliitie the next fishinK scavtii. The rijiht to rcjVet uuv or all bids. a imj be deemed liesl. i n" s4Trd bvthe midersitrncd. . . d. ci:i:i:x. M. and Ass't Agt. tleiicral. IIre.et Urisa iliertieneral t ,..rmj. illt Notice of Copartnership. Tiru tiii." itviwif:ii?sTii iii"ii-i.- l J;, . ...iw... Ji.-i ".,... i...,.AV.r,....a ..!.. . .- " ...... ,,, IV., .i...- w-berCoha.totnins:ictthebii.incssoita:i- iiinj:. in A-loria. Onon. SPw S Astoria, Oregon. Dei a (Jiaxn ft SCANDINAVIAN BALL WILL UK .: I i Liberty Hall, Thursday Eyening,! DECEMBER 22, 1881. f 1.001: enuMiTirK: Adolf Christciisen, O. Nelson. Clitis. Wickstrom.i J. M, 0!v4.n i lN'irTIOV eilMMlTTKi: .1. 1, .Inhnoti. O. XeLson, AiloUChrlsteuseit. J. .M.ONen. - si 00 TinKRTS . - MISCELLANEOUS. . 'MAGNUS C. (1R0SBK Dealer in HARDWARE.. IRON, STEEL, iron Pipe and Fittings, Pinters and Steam Fitters ! Goods and Tools. ; SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD! J I . QUCZT D(U TIU AUn OnDDCD I uiiuui iiiun nit Hiiuuurrui'! -r iu j it StOVeS. Till Ware add nOUSe u" ' ,"1 "u,u a,lu ,,UU3S Furnishing Goods. JOBBING IN SHEET IRON, TIN. COP PER, PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING Done with neatness and dispatch. None but Itrst rJas wojknieii eniiiluye1. A large assortment ir SCALES Constantl on liaml 3V3C3ELS. XJE3n.aSX', in vli-k in Xew and Choice "IMILLINERY, T AX : 7 Dcsite to c:ill theaiti ntio'a of the Indies of Astoria to the fact that she has received a lare awirtmnnt of the I.ATKVr STYLUS OF Hats. Bonnets. Trimmings, FANCY Corner Main and; QOOB5. luemoqlie Streets. II IliL'S VARIETIES. UKO. HILI - iMtoi'itu-rroK STAO KMAXAfiKU fllAP. KOHI.ni:, 0in all Hie Year. Performance Kv. ry i2in. r.uiii'c t naiisr 01 i'io sraiiimr Onre MrcU. Comprssiiurall the lali.t ... ouf,wi DANCES AND ACTS. Mr. Hill as a caterer for the public'.-. anue-ciiU'iii -an 1101 ne cxeelleil. Ani)ody wishing lo spend a ;le-.is.iut evening anil .see .sparkling wit and beauty without ul garil. should improve the opportunity aud come. Open air eoee-il ct evening: perform ance couiineuriiu at S: entrance to theatre , 1111 llculoii street ; priuee boes on Cliena , mils street 't2I1 j .1 iT1S j PILLS IHDOttSgt? BY PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND THE AFftlSYfOySHYWHSRE. THE SREATEST MEDICAL TRIUMPH QF THE AGE. SYMPTOMS OF A 1 . ? ,laIi 11 rX t i5&Tm ; S vsr5y LJVE,r. . . r.. - iVKri.itM 'Rr.n..i hnia iio;va ' TfaiK a tKfvff eadjWith a full nendaUon in 1 "- csvk part. Jrain unnar tne anouidor- . bliine. lultnesH citer rating, wich a aiam- Mlnation lo exertion of body or mind, ImtabiUttr of tamper. Ijow Bpmts.Xoaa . nt ,n,mft. witn r iVnlfiof naTimyceff. tecteil soiuo diity. weariueea, JDlzzuiessI ' frluitarinK ot tho Sc&rtTDbts before tho y ea V el i lowr'Skin, Headache. ltastleaa j ceas nFmsnt, highly colored. vTHhc. j ?THE5EWA2HI&G8AXEirirHEDEI, SEHIOUS DISEASES WM1S00H BE DEVELOPED. I -rmvK"PTT.TInracri)eclaHTadarjtadto I ' .nrlicHHfsdiiciloM effects suchachaage i leriiDa.t in amoniHii iub suuerur. Tuevl 'wily "10 Tnlie 011 Vlrob. thus the .Tztem 1 i Tuey (net ense Uir A ppeiite, ana causa ma ...,,. nourlibctLand by Ilu'lrToaleAcUoaon th j5.d. i'ri :?. oiiti. asatarrayst pf.Y. - TUTT'S HAIR OY! :ica v II m r. or Wn iskxsi chanzed lo a Ott is v 4I1 a u by a l.iiiKl. :i;'pli.aailon of this Iirit. It uaris a natural color. cta In&tftntaceoiii'v. cnjuriirr.! r? i ' x. uo r"iif g ornce. 35 Murray St., New Yorh r-i i:,,..,. .... ..:., ar .. ..,..JJ BUY IT. 'THE WEEKLY ASTORIAN TO-BAY. ;IU "rr.., r. ..i.:";l r.iusir 4.-oW tu V4-H1.S. vr -cat .f Qash in advance. & i s JUL Fail and The largest stock of o-oods ever brought to Astoria is now exhib'ited.at, THE LEADING Dry Goods l Clothing House ts. n:. o Fresh arrivals by every Steamer, conse (iieutly I get the Latest Eastern Novelties. STRLCTLY ONE PRICE pjj.jj. -.!. rr.,r. TT nriflMWmfTM II HI III jrji and that ALWAYS THE LOWEST. -- - ' - g-Bo 110L fail t el my prices and examine goods before purchasing. C. 17. COOPER, J X.IA&toi'G, near Parltev JTouse, Astoria. The Boss Ooffee and Tea Pot i--- S !& "S3" JSa i.B JLA a fc.u two noons east op Occident, CHAS. HE1LBORN, MANUFACTUItKIl OF FURNITTJRB 5? BEDDING AND DEALEi: IN Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors, Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings, WINDOAY COKNICES AND CURTAIN VOLES Complete in ewry branch. THE COLUMBIA BREWERY is Mi'i::;on to mosi. and is i m i.i.i.i d r. xo.mc ox this co.wi .JOHN UAHN, - - TKOPKIETOH. CHENAUIUS STREET, - ASTORIA, OREGON. s.tf-Ordeis leli at the UEUMAM.v Ul.lli: MALI, will be juPinptlj attended lo.-t AISTOBIA J311EWERT. M. WEYER ASTOIUA, SLt TCT-if-l-r J5. T . A TTrTTTVTiT'i'yri-TVr-rrS'TVrn I im-.-. 1 . n. -t- REDUCTION OF $7 50 PER BARREL OE 30 aALLONS. LAiicK ounr.ns ix likk l'Koroitriox. Less Quantities. j Botted Beer . . 3"Special attention pant to orders Washington TSIarketvAK : koi,aki wmion Main Steed, - - Astoria Oregon IIEIIGjTAX f- HimilY ! rjESPLCTFULLY CALL THE TTEX j tion of tho nubile to tho fact that the nbovo .MarkotiTill always be aapphcu with n FULL VA RIETY UEST QUALITY FRESH AND CURED MEATS! Which wiU be ld at lowcstnuos. wholesale uirewi Nnect, .itcntiiin tirentoiuntb., i & . w - ug'shliw.; IXL Winter 1881. ti - fi .MAY UP, HAD OF '.K..RHAWES SOLE AC.EXT. Abo. Aeiit for the celebrate, MEDALLION RANGK. is. wes, ASTOIUA. OIIEOON Proprietor. OKKfiON. - -m- - - i.. -i.l.i n - ,.,-m. - a WII0L1 - SALK PRICES. 30 Cents per Gallon . S I 50 pr DOZOn from I'ublie Houses and Fanillie3."5H KVItTHKK XOT1CK -s. And no terms of peace, uuid 1 ox '"r" ,naM in AS'torla has a new kia suit of eliirhes ti AP ."I.VIK BY MKAXY. Look a It lie prices : , rants to order from - Pants Genuine French Casaimere -Suits froie ----. 12 DO . ' 5" ' apl .Who coast to ? ':'. "". .. . x-. j.auiaJJY iviiin KiNmi Main street, opposite Tarker House, Astoria. 00 mi ttK " '. M.