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AbTOKIA, OREGON: ;
TUESDAY- JU5K fi, 1SS2
ELECTION.
!
Knl I Return?, as Far as lleurd
From.
rot's string band will furnish music
, for the ball.
liosctn., the
bo found at
Attention linishts.
fiimlxliiMl JSooih to T.et
Every member or tin- order i.- rcquest-
ISSUED EVERY MOBNIKQ.
(Monday Excepttd).
J. P. HALLOP.AN iz COMPAQ,
PnHMTEIB AND I'RnrKUTOKS
Atrrvtn Ilulldityj, Ca-a street.
I,
Terms of Subscription :
rerved by Comer, ror week 3i Cent
Sect ty lasil. fouriosctfa.-. ? 'O
brat nj- anil, cao rc)r...............
i fren nf Pouce toSuLaciibur
George
! Smith
Shattuck
Ilirscb
Byers
,Keed
Hob-on
i Adair
ITrenehard
iTwombl.v
Fisher
Lemeuvveber. .
(;clo F Paiker.
lnr,.
,wKln4V
e'.irion.
JTiMoodv....
1 Lord
1 Earhart ..
i7 McKlroy
JTiCaples. ..
j:t.Sinith. . . .
l .Mcviiuru .
1
well-known caterer, will, cil to appear at the. new hall m lull
i ;i ,.-... iivi .,.. i n' uniform on Tuesday next, ut 11 o'clock!
i.u-cr.j uan niter ui A M.sj,arl), t prepare for reception of
o clock, where guests ma hnd ample i visiting Knlgiiis.
, . ,, . , Attest: X.Jo.vr.-,
.' proviMon nruie lor the inner nun, for T q j
AtJMrs. Munson's lodging house.
Catarrh or tlici madder.
C. IL COOPER, GENERAL MERCIIAKDISE.
:! one dollar.
.T1
St'ncing. smarting, irritation ot the
urinarv passages, di-eased discharges-.
ItiwnnTit V .. 1! X- . ICUiru 1:1 IMKlHlu 'I, ilk Ul lUIU'SU. i
""'"""' '-' rlrcnii n,nnt. I) A VIS ITI1 Portland. 1
:-.. .. -, ... - - .
. 1
20
"'tvurtiBoaienta inserted by Hie year nt
to tttte of f 1 5o i.er Rquaro per mor.tli.
transient ftdrertUlnc. by tbodny vr week.
tfty cents cot ssuaxo for each insertion.
THECITY.
Tuk Daily astoman iriil hr cut hp
mall at 73 cent'' a month, frfcnj portoce. llaiit
tr icJio cuntcmplateabttntcfrom the eity ran
Since tuv AsrORIAN futluie tlnni, DAILY
r Wkkklv ttlitian to any jW-oJBceirieh-of
uildittorMl artai. AMrt( maylc
zna ngid a' often o iteiml. IV.irc order nt
ihf ntunttno room.
- -The ngony is over.
dav.
-Bettor luck next time.
"Salmon heads" shows up minus.
-Look out for the grand p.irr.de to-
fliro the visiting Knights n hf-.it ty
welcome.
The days aro fifteen nnd one-half
hours long.
E. U. Holdpn advertises n huii'e
and lot for sile.
General surprise; followml by
chorus, "I thought so."
-The Oregon arrived in at four
o'clock yesterday afternoon.
The Willamette is br.oming. It
ripe at tha rate of a foot a dar.
Xow, then, how is the Fourth of
Julv to bo celebrated in Aatoiini
George
Jorit
Jliisch
Byars
Heed
McGuire . . . .
Welch
Fiiher
l'aiker.. . .
Sloop
Moody
Earhart
McElri ......
Caples
.Smith
Mpeddpn
Heilborn
I'c.-iso
Parker.
Kinsey
Franklin...
Fentou
Smith
wctheiford ..
Abraham
Woithiiigton ..
Cornell.:
Shattuck
Caples
Keid
Smith
McGuire
Welch
f pedden
i-isner
Leincnwtlier. .
Heilborn
Parker
Parker
Sloop
Kinney -.
Sneildeu
ii eicn
Heilliorn
lYase
W W 1'arker
6 Tollman
j2 Adair
l&Fr.iiiklln
Un.iil:.
52 Fenioii
".ljShiittnck . -
."l'Abraham ...
.11 1 Cornel!
ly.Kiunt-v.. . .
45i Adair.
;!jMorrKon
.j2,Twomblj
l ilersmaii
.l, lallnian
Fl) Winlon...
Smith
Wetherfoid.. .
Wortliinuton..
Strode
Holison
Leinenneber. .
Trenchard . . .
I'oole
Adair. . .
51
51
51
51
50
4S
50
11
51
50
'J5
Ytoslpolr.
SOlGeorse
Moody .....
Earhart
llireh
MeElloy. ..
Bjers
siroiie
I.oid
Kinney
l.'I'Ilobson
1) p. r.n I'-orre. Ieitisi,
' Orison.
SIAdair .
"iTwoiiibly
irenciiani
l'oasi-
Morrison . . .
HerKiuau
7. I'oole
20Tallmaii
14 Adair
14 Franklin
The S. G. Reed goes on the route
between here and Portland Ihi
Aveck.
The "Hazel Kirk" combination will
be the no-st theatrical li-.iipe to play
at Liberty Hall.
The echoes of yesterdaj 'a conflict
ar5 revorbctins alon" the Atlantic
slopoihis morning.
The Annio Larson nriveJ in yes
tnr"Jay from San Francisco. She will
load piles at Ranicr.
--The Columbia left Portland at
t o o'clock yesterday afternoon. She
goes out this morning.
If to-day 13 fine wo may -expect a
splendid parade of tlio visiting and
resident Knights of Pythias.
Oregon should have :i regular
registry law. More especially h this
the c.iso in municipal elections.
The- enterprising Stechhnn had
the election returns road to the audi
ence between tho acts in tho Portland
theater last night.
Old steamboat men predict unusu
ally high water this Reason Thoy
base their predictions on the alleged
presence of large bodies of snow in
the upper country.
The Election. . ,. ... ,-.,:., . ,: Urm anil rrve.
i. tuaraniii. . i ,.n n.m i.-i
The cr.iy stre.ii;5.of rarly d in ves- i faction. Kooms over I. W. One' -ion-, j Wi-ll-,' Ilealii! Iti-newer, grr.itevt rem-;
" J - ' ' edv mi earth for impotence, leanness, '
terdny morning s-howed every dead- H-,ir.K,i ' -pu.ii ilebilitv. etc.. SI. at druggist. i
wall, comer and convenient ,lrvg.iJ.- JfW "''l'"'-" 1)AVIS ''- i'ortlanrt. I
bo, pasted with flaming nnonce, .-ft j&? ! " -' '.
nicnts rniicerning tne proper action on fore.Tm at .;.7. per corn, i win iipiiv.t-
n. u,nr -,th1 n tin. mnmiii-i ad-1 the woo.i to my customer'. Tii!? VUmia Shirt and Oil Clothing,
tne u-ter, .mil as tlie morning au K. lt.M.vnin.N. Faetorv has moved next: house toj
vanccd. the eUns gathered oi the j.oll- : O'lirleiVs Hotel. Pprsons wishing good .
inS plac. and the w.,ric In-gan. The Aiimtton liMhern..-,. ollolothing to keep lhemdrywlUPrea.wi
dav vv.is cm1 ami cluudy. ar:i a lorixe re Nicholas iialm of Gilciul 'il fr J
vote was phed at .-u. p.-.rly hour. All (j7cll.,rt(.rV ruh. lahU,A im. w Vll.
.sons of tickets were in circulation, una
the oulv
tell any
down quietly nnil r-.iding hi ticl.i-t.
There was ierylittledistiiibiini-o.no
Inml tnlL-iii" iii.r il.-t.H.nstrjtioiii .f i Ice cieam, ice l.-aiu.al Ro-i-oe"-. ir
.... ....-. .. --
" I XL STORE
l'..."
NEW GOODS '"j-
LOWEST PRICES
"-JJz
1 have removed to the
ltiiu-ii on il:t."
f tickets ciein circulation, and 'Vor'lhe iincst b.Uh, In" llii-rfw g'o to .' hing deir.-;d found at
,, II... iiriMit ti"iiiiiir oom o'w)-.iti' "ruu'nt. lor l.ougn on i.at. lit i
y v. ay a soi ercign elector could V old "miPtiml" t. .r ' '. '!,rs ",,t nl--,nir('- w ""'S bp-1-1 J j
ything a'uo-u it -.m by fittiii" '. ' .I.h:G.Cji KTKi:s.Prp.l '"'S- ''""'i'" '
Sotipo.
nny kind; everyone iwutiipMid loteilt.i ,v. ow-hIiie. Occident block.
.
Mr. .Iidin UouiT-ioi the Central Mar!
k.-t. lia made arningi-mcnts to Uepp al
he liti.'-i fiv-.li U-.li. t-t-v, in their season
fiPshment saloon, atuiday and Min- t'iir-..; Steven-. t Sou havo for sale
IV
mil aie agent-, for tins new Singei sew
ing nnehiiie-..
ICi'- Hie (JiiiHH llnlili
A eompk-tesii-tl: of lioj.s'und chll
dreir .iiiits Jii-t received at Mcintosh's
clothing store.
Wananij liitsJ. quit claim derds
(i.l ii.iirlunile-i. lor sale nt UiHOIUce.
and then went ab-mt his Ini-iiie-is. We
novel- tan much ".-.ci-u-hing'
was don-j jeMurdav, ljfth Iieuioci-ati' If you want asweetmoiithaiid l.r.-.illi.
, ,, , ,. " . . ., iff tl:i: gums become simngv. Ihe l.e
and Republicans e.xeici-ing then- P-!,0ln)0u,r ll(!lDll, tlu! ,ect1 Tie .
nvMtiv. to nn iinii.ual extent. !of SOZODON'T U invnhiablf hpcause
.... .tit tpiiiovi'S the tnnar '.ilileli seiiaratee I
1 he blisses and canneries did a good t ., , ,. am, um -Transient and day boarders can bd
liUMnes-jiUd.-iy.tlHir sides being nrna
niciitnl with certain .statements as tn
the nc-ccssity fur p'-lilieal action. !
About tho time the usual surge takes' - People have road ,o much littelj
, ... ., , , .thatth( .lour kim what to beliew.
place, which generally happens about , iIt r.!rl Adlei'.s goods ate all genuine
antlaieso rea-onabli' m ptic.e a to ex
cite uniiersal admiration. As; ki e(.
A new stuck of .-toies of the lap'
snip-at John A.Montgomerj'-..
The captain of the Stmthanly,
recently arrived in San Fraucisco.with
325 Chinese passengers more than ho
had a right to convoy, was fined $17,
250. It serves the owners right.
Hotel and restaurant men will do
well to attend tho auction sale of
furniture and eflecta of the Cass street
Coffee Houso at half past ten o'clock
this morning. Tho sale is positive.
It is noticeable that whilo all tho
Chincso steamers arriving here aro
clean, and tho passengers in good Mili
tary condition, tho vessels arriving in
San Francisco with tho same kind of
truck aboard, aro filthy beyond de
scription, and tho passengers aro af
flicted with smallpox nnd other loalh-
somo diseases.
The Canopus is on the hay from
Hongkong with an unusually largo
consignment of Mongolian vermin
that at presont arc swarming cast
ward. She is an English steamer,
385 feet long and with a tonnage of
3,850 tons. She carries nearly 1,000
Chineso for tho Canadian Pacific rail
road, "and left tho shores of China on
tho 10th ult;
Thus sadly rnminateth the Ore-
gonian, anent the recent hot wave at
Portland. "Tho barkeeper mixes
sherry cobblers by the bucketful after
10a. m., and the ice cream fiend howls
nlongthe sidewalks until the stare
havo grown pale above u. The ice
swine have also raised the price of that
luxury and aro determined to bleed
everybody while they can. It is now
only a question of whether we shall be
drowned or roasted to death.
Which would you rather do? Or go
a fishinr
M-niiile.
Thru; uric 22 vnte.s c.iivt in this
precinct. The state Republican tick
et leads by 2. The c iiinty ticket
is about even.
l.li.rla.
Them were 70 votes east in this
precinct. Al eleven o'clock there weio
175 voles collided. The staie ticket
al that lmiir was about even, Ilirsch
running nway ahead. Kinney was
leading Reed about 20, the cnimly
ticket being Democratic by about 25.
j-The scratching was unpiecedcnted,
and it will be eight o'clock thi3 morn
ing bf fore the count U completed.
I'l'ltcr .litorlu.
Theie were 130 votes polled.. At 11
o'clock tho Republican state ticket
was alidad; Reed was leading Kinney
20 votes, Treuchaid leading Speildcn
20 votes. Twombly leading Welch the
same. Progress was slow, as nearly
eveiy ti:ket wis scratched.
Programme for Tc-day.
The ceremonies attending the dedi
cation of the lien C'astlo Hal! F the
Knights of Pythias and the meeting of
tho Grand Lodge in this city will begin
this morning. The following pro
gramme will bo follow cd as nearly as
pessible:
The member-, of Astor Lodge and all
sojourning Knights will meet at 11
o'clock shai p on the fith at the new
Castle ITall, in full uniform and march
to tho 0. 1!. & X. Co.'h dock, to meet
visiting lodges t anive bv steamer
Hayward. Tho pi-oee?tifii mil then
form in the following erder:
1. F. C. Young, marshal.
2. East Portland brass kind (13
pieces.)
3. Afctor Lodge Division, 1. C. Alex
Campbell, commanding; and P. O.'s K.
D. Curtis and .Tay Tuttle, Fir-t and
Second Lieutenants.
1. Members of vistiug lodges fiom
Portland, Tho Halle-, Se title. New
Tacoina,Ynncnuver, Albany, (,'orvallis,
Pendleton, Hiker City, eic.
5. Officers and members .if iho
Grand Lodge of Oregon.
five minutes to siv, the n?ual croiwi of
tonglis .started in to show- what their
idea of liberty was by trying to h-dd
back tin- Hue of voters that w.t; try
ing to get up to the poles. Soma
bloua were "truck, but the uoi-y ones
were gathered in by the police and
"remonstrated" with. O.ving to tho
inordinate amount of ycrntchttig, 'tis
'mpowible at this writing to give any
returns.
one of their new clocks.
-Cli.i.-.. Stevens and Son haw a slo.-k
of mouldings and moulders too!-, viliii-h
can be bought cheap for cash to ol.ie
out that branch of the Imsim--.
Generally Approved.
Ouiisideiablo
Fresh ieo cream cci. da al Flank
Fabru"-. Families .supplied in anj
quantilj by leaWng older. A No the
finest oysters cooked to order. Frank
Fabres oysters and ice cream aie know n
every u here as par excellence.
Ice foi -.aleatUtfbcpitlrut Hotel.
comment has been!
ln-ide on a recent ariiclo in The As
toman concerning lisjiiug on the bar.
Roth catineryiiieu end fishermen agive
with Lieutenant Price'.-, .suggestion,
viz: tint fishing on tho bsr bn pro-.faslu.iiiable st)le of gents unit ladies
1,:m. I KT.', -.,. , t ,: r , .. -l oooi-.. Mines, t-ir. .it-iu in .-. su.ji:. mr
hibited. "It s just as fair tor one as 1(1 fa)110lls Mrrw Hsll0f...
fair for one as lor Miother. is the gf n
eral lemai-k. The S'lierniPii sav it
For the genuine .1. II. Cuttei old
Bourbon, and the, best ol wines, liquor-,
and Sail Francisco beer, call at the Gem
opposite the bell tower, and m (":iiiii
befl. .
.1'. J. Gi'Odm.m, on Cheiiamu , -uvot.
ha.-, jti-d reeeheil the latf-st and most
Would suit thein better to fih opjio
site ihe city and fiuthvi up, but as
one of them sai.l to us, while sitting
iu his boat last Siuidiy n...nii:ia;
"Von em walk on toiks alt over the
bar; liny: there isn't one of us that's
stuck after fishing out theie, but whit
are you going to dol You put out
your net, and hue eomes another
right in front of you, and in front of
him another swings in.'' Tiie oati
nerymeu say that it would bj a big
Mving fur them; (hat they aro con
stantly losing nets, and sometimes
boats. Although n vould seem gen
erally satisfactory t everyone, and
'tis probable tint thii i3 the la3t sa-i-6on
when fishermen will imperil their
lives upon tho rough waters of the
Goliiiiibri bar. "
Win' will you tough whriiahiloii-.
Cure will give immediate relief. Fri.v
10 cts 50 r Is and S-l. old bj W. K. I le
nient. Parties ftijhing groi-wies, pinvN
ions or ii'.i-i-ehandise ol any desciiplion.
should leave their oiders with A. Van
Dusen ,v Co. as they are prepared to de
liver goods in :tnj pari of Ihe city on
the shoii.-.-t notice.
-TliOse baby carriages at Adlei's ai,:
meeting vvitli feadv sale.
Have Wilar's balsam of wild cherrv
always at hand. It cures coughs, enld,
bionchitis, whooping cough, ciouji. in
fluenza, con-annption. and all lluoat aud
ping eomnlainl-.. .VI cents and.cM a bot
tle. I have bought the AMoiia Camlv
factory, and am prepareil lo make anil
.sell ihe choicest candies and confection
ery. A full .stock of the liiie-i sweet
meat?, nuts. etc.. always on hand.
J no. P. Ci. s,i..
KOUTF. OF MAltini.
From the O. It. - X. Co.'s dock up
Water street to Ve3t Sixth street,
doivn Wider to Squimoqua, down
Squemoqua to Olney, dow n Olney to
Chenamus, down Chenauius to Madi
son, countermarch up Chrirann-j to
Cass, up Cass toSquemoqiia, up Sq'ue
moijna to Castle Hall, coiner SVjno
moqua and Hamilton streetc
0. Reception of Grand Lodge and
visiting brethren by members of Astor
Lodge.
7. Tournament about 4:30 v. if. on
Chenamus street, near the Occident
hotel.
8. Dedication of Castlu Hall by offi
cers of the Grand Lodge, ceremonies
commencing at 8 r. m.
i. Oration ny Hon. II. Y. Thomp
son. 10. Presentation of banners by
Grand Chancellor D. . Ruchanuan.
11. Grand uniform ball at tho
skating rink, commencing immediately
after the conclusion of ceremonies nt
the hall. The now hall will be thrown
open to those who prefer A pleasant
social reunion after tho dedication to
tripping the light fantastic toe. Par-
Found Drowned.
Eureka boat No. 17 earn.- up tmm
the bar yesterday morning with the
dead body of Adolf Christiansen, who
has been musing since ln-i Wednes
day. Christiansen, who lists a in in of
steady habits, came down with his
wood scow, as usual, on that day, and
tied it up at Gray's dock. He had
considerable money about him, and
when lie was missed the pie.'umptioii
was that be was murdered. "Immedi
ately after the arrival of 'he body,
Coroner Franklin impaneled a jury.
The verdict will bo rendered to-mot-row
afti-niooti, being delayed m order
to pro'cuto evidence. The ap
pearance of the body, and Iho fact
that nothing of valna was found on
the deceased, indicates tint them has
b:-eii foul play. The deceased whs a
man of good character, a member of
the Knights i-f Pythias and of Engine
Co. No. Land was buried ye-.!e:d.iy
afternoon at 5 o'clock from C'nstlo
Ila'.l, his remain being followed to
the giavc bv the members of both
organizations.
accomodated at Mrs. f.ovett's coffee and
chop 11011-1'. nu Main .-trcet. Meals 15
cent- upwards. Day lurd 54.50 per
urek. F.venthing clean and comfort
able. Fii.li nyiers at Mrs. Lovclt's, in
even -tile. All who appreciate a good
stew or pan roast should call. Entrance
through Ceo. Lovelf- tailor shop.
-The largest slock nnd newest stvles
of ofi ami Stlfl flats. at Mcintosh'
Clothing .":oie.
The late-t aud ireshest novels at
Adler's.
-A .a-al Jniector iree with each
Iwtlle ol Shilofi's Catarrh, ltcinedy.
Priee 50 cent. Sold by W, K. Dement.
If vou want nice fie;h lard, or good
sugar-cured hams., just from tho coun
try go to F. I!. Elberson'- bakery.
-If jou want ice cream that is Icti
cream, go to Frank Fabre's.
Pi of. Fred Mayer is meeting with
marked success in his musical instruc
tions. More advanced pupils can be ae -romniodated
with lessons at their own
houses ut tho monthly rate of 48.
MISCELLANEOUS.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS NEW BUILDING
And have, Without a Single Exception,
The Finest and Best Arraiei Store Id OnpL j
)
New Goods Received by Kve.rv Steamer in
JUlth.s Latest Styles and CTovelties
Call and Inspect Stock and Get Prices Whether You
Purchase or Not.
Ho trouble to show goods.
j C. H. COOPEE,
ASTORIA, June 3, 1832.
1 have fine ai-aitments to rent in mv
new building, lo -uitable parties vjlio
maj (le-iieeomioit anna pleasant Mut
ation. II. ,1. II v-;-i:.
fhn-t'viitiii!!ilc-liiit thet'ilv inik
toroari' the l)-st in the cil v. Tliev are
something nice and durable, and ju-t
vtmu mo-i jnnng ladies woui.i :ij.pi.ei
ate from the giver.
You want to get some of Ro-coe's ice
cream loniai : tiesh made and nicelv
llavored.
Thiee -cow loads id drv lir. spruce
limbs, anil bark, jitsi nvlvid ami lor
sale at GrayS duel:.
''A thing of beanlv i-a jn loievei."
So says everyoiu' who see- and adniiies
those" baby cairiagesat AdlcrS.
Cloel.s in endles
variety at Adler'--.
stvleand infinite
Forest Fires.
During the last week a tiro was out
across Young's Ray thai starting at
first :i3 a little smouldering mass, was
fanned into a tierce ilamo by tho dry
winds from the east. Friday last, the
scene as described by au eye-witnesi
was grand. Great trees were clouds
Call Mild examine tho-e babi wagons
nt the i.iiy book stole.
Stevens & Sou have then -t.uc
crowded vviih new good., all marked In
jilaln figuiCs.
--Fu'nc'.s iee eieaiu is the b"-.t.
Phv.-icians .saneliou In- been ac
corded" to that -tandard disinfectant,
Glknn's Si'LViirn Soai". Hill's Hair
Dye, black or brown, 50c.
Dvspeptic. nirvous iieojde, "out of
sortsVCoi.DKN'i LiniiH.VLiQUio !!i::r
axd Toxic Ixviooratois will cure,
.risk or CoWeuV. Of Druggists.
-HacKinet-ick.'' a la-ltng and tra
giant perfume. Prices; and Oo cents.
Sold by W.E. Dement.
Wilsox & Fisher,
SHIP CHANDLERS.
11. M.l.Ks I.N
Iron, Steel. Coal, Anchors, Otinins,
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
VltiiLGIll WD ("II GAI.YA.VIZKO
SPIKES,
.alls. t'ojijei- uils mill liurt-,
Shelf Hardware, Paints and Oils
Rubber ami Hi lap Paakiuq of all Kinds.
PROVISIONS,
n.mi: .!-, .mi.i. n::i.
A5entf..i s;:iiei.) rii'.niiK 51111s.
Corner Chenamus and Hamilton street."
WIO'M ,UUKC.OX.
V ':ml.
Asioiii v, June 1-t, ISSJ
i'.i.nof: -ii.j:i.x:
It i- willi iileasiiiv that I call the at
tcniion of jour re.ul, 1-- to the fact that
t fl..... ..-.. 1.1.1. .1 .. .l...trir,-f,,.li rvnllA,
in Asiori.t. oppo-ite the Courl (louse.
1 earncstlv inviteeverv citizen of your
town and vicinity lo visit it and cxam
ainiue the display ol pictures, firmly be
lieving that the verdict of each one
will be lh.it mv v.oik is not only of the
be-l but that the prices are reasonable.
I am pier-arcd 'o do ail kinds of view
ing, copving and enlarging lo any size
iu all deuailiiiPhts. 1 will see that my
customers s avvav satisfied, and re
spectfully solicit their patronage. ery
titily, . U. ('now. Photographer.
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All New Goods!
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i READY MADE CLOTHING.
HATS,
I Gents Furnishing: Goods,
1 B, A. Mcintosh,
j MERCHANT TJSJLOH.
Ocoidont BloobL.
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ASTORIA BREWERY.
Nl. MEYER Prbprlotor-
ASTOEIA,
OKF.GON.
Ueaulilui ationerv
varietv at Carl Adler's.
.-iidles-i
Freshest and finest cakes, liuil ami
candy at the Astoria candy factory.
Another of those, one A. IJ. Chn.c
organ- st th" City Rook Store.
t CiltO.
i s str.i:: istki:i:sti:i pajiths
i Inve rin-ulatrd Hie -iort that I am a
member ol a certain oi iter known as "Knights
of Hie Miii," 1 take this means or nilNViNO
i in: m.ovc srAti mkst. 1 :un a nipmber
ut im euil order ( vwi'i the order, of Odd
1'ulloi.s. S. !. AD.UK.
Astoria, June l. is--
,. 33:. &- tzmrxTTiEi:,
lailiorter au.t liolesale dealer In
Cigars and Tobacco, Smoker's Ar
ticles, Playing Cards, Cut
lery, Etc, Etc.,
1 he lars -si and finest -took of Jteor-Kjhaum
aiiilAriil.ergoi.,l-iii iliecity. Particular at
tention paid to nr,Ii rs frem the count ry and
vi-'ssels.
clif iiamiis sued. Asioila, Orexon.
nn:o. :ii:arki:i:. M.uiager
GOOD CHEAP BOOTS,
1 have
Lately Reduced the Price
of all m I'irsf-Class
iniois ivii -iioi:- miii: to uuntu.
As follews:
Finest Nsncil Calf Moots - - 11 00
Finest Pewcd Tap Soled - - 10 CO
riiiPstl'pftgp-t Shield Soled - - 10 05
special AigiKro-uisrojsiatiEiBgrT?-
REDUCTION OF WI10IJ3ALE PRICES.
$7 30 PER BAKKEL OF 30 GALLONS.
jt.vuaK ordeks in uKi: pnopoimoN.
LessIQuantitles, 30 Cents per Gallon
Bottled Beer, - - - SI BO per Dozen
sa-Sppelal attention paid to orders itoto Public Hott-cs and FamUles.-
THE COLUMBIA BREWERY
IS Kl'I'KUlOU lO MOS1. AM IS KCi:i.l.l"J 1SV .NOM-1 O.V TIILS CO.VJJt
JOHN HAHN, - - PKOPKEETOK,
OHENAMTJS STREET, ASTORIA, OREGON.
lrOrders left at the GKKMA'IA IlKKU'HALL will l-p prciuptlj attended io.i
of smoke by ihy and pillar of lira by j ,; tu i!o,0oe.s and try the Rostou 1
night. Crimson sheets of tlatn-j I Crystal lee Cream. Occident Block.
streamed out from giaut pin-js and
great hoapj of burning mots blown
through tho air lodged in the tops of
adjacent trees, instautly converting
them into a mass of flames that on-
Siulou's Clci: will immediateiv '
relieve Croup, whijoplng cough audi
Bronchitis, sold bv W. P.. Dement. ;
Nothing bu; the lK-st
Genuine Mercer French Calf
L'-cd iii My Shop.
I. J. ArtoM.
(i;ij:!ie t!.P o it. S . Co.'s Dock.
adjacent trees, instautly converting. . iicmfml-cr I nun. l anre- ice cicam.
, J . ., . " It isparp.eellence.
Notice.
fB'.Hi: UI.I.1N0I EM' TAX I'.OI.I. FOR
. 1!
lipvcr lSsl.ioellier wllU a warrant
ll... ... i!..fi. .... ..n,..it'i. II. o. i ftv,i , ?i l".i;,i.t I -....ft In. llti. .Ilnlinn nf
circled the ti link mid shot high in the ,i;si. or tlit cxouisitely flavored iee-me -nine, i- iniiiv hands. Helliiquenttat-
. . . . - i . .k nlvora v.Ill i. .ic.i' iltlTik it itlifi olli-1 G!IM
The roar of the flames was' cream that i rani: tanro inai.es.- -"-'- - "'."tj-vuMBLY.
Sheriff.
air above.
distinctly hesrd in town. Fortun-' Fine pianos and organs, cheap, at
ately no great damago was done, ' ,y:,r' Adler s.
though vvoodmvu in tho iunnediatt; i-er.side Library at Carl Adler's.
neighborhood had great difficulty in Xow arrival o the ,,,. .)0pular:
saving that which was cut and piled, novels, 10 and 15 cents, at Carl Adler's. j
costs.
niya
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m.ij to found oa
EnlB lion-til. A Co'a
Newapiipcr Alvcrt!3li; Bureau (10 SortiM
. StrecD.wUeremlver
j ilElngcoutractsixuty
uo II...1U tjr i. ui
NEWYORK.
John A. Montgomery,
(MTccjssei: ro jarkjnb s: lOsrcoMF.f.Y.)
JllK.MXli-s I.S
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
A Oei eial As-oitnicnt ol
HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
ViViits for
M:ij;pp SiDVf.s and Range
Tim I'.psi lu thd iu.-ut.et.
1'iuinbliix goods of all kinds ou tiaml. .(at.
woii done In a workmaaUJCH icjumcr.
COU.KK OF MAIXIAM JF.FFKHSOV STHEiTH,
ORBCrOH.
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