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ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY ...NOVEMIJEU 27, 1BS3 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. F. HALL-OBAN & COMPANY, ruRLisiTKRS a;;i ritoi-juRTOirs, ASTORIAX UUILDING. - - CASSSTREK Terms of Subscription. Served by Carrier, per week Sent by Mail, per month " " one year ............... - lads. . flOCtS. -S7.00 , b rec or postage to subscribers. Advertisements inserted bvtbevoarat tne rate or $2 per square per month. "Tran sient advertising fifty cents per square, each insertion. Around the Oitv. Street work is about ended for '83. " Tbe torn cod fisheries are a thing of the past. This weather is rouh on the duck hunters. " Cashing Post No. 14, G. A. meets this evening. - Peter Blankholm advertises a line stock of cigars and tobaccos. Large quantities of oysters are being received from Shoal water Bay. The barkentine Melancthon arrived in Sunday and came up yesterday morning. A. M. Twombly rises to remark that state and county "taxes are now due and paj'nblo at his office. H. Caruahan represents Clatsop county in the board of managers of tlie Oregon State Agricultural Society. J. U. Deas1 Jubilee singers appear at Occidental hall to-night. Miss Mpggie "Webb, the colored nightingale, und the great Novello quartette are among the at tractions, Ed. Jackson who has the Astoria bake ry on Chenamus Street is fast earning a reputation for baking good wholesome bread and cake. He's doing a good busi ness and deserves sue ess. A largo number of witnesses went to Portland j-esterday and almost as many go this morning, subpoenaed to appear in the case wherein Jioyle brings suit for alleged damages last July. Tho Shvbriclc came down Suudaj' after a four weeks' vifiit to Portland, where she was rejuvenated. Harry Lord is quiie sick, having contracted a malarial fever while the vessel was lying in the "Wil lamette. iliss Kate Taylor arrived on the Co lombia yesterday from a visit to Califor nia friends. Carl Adler returned with fresh novelties and holiday importations. W. L. ltobb also returned "in safety from tho metropolis. Passengers on tho Columbia report that that tho Oregon arrived in San 1 raucisco about an hour before they left, and that while crossing tho bar on her down trip tho boatswain fell overboard and was drowned. No particulars have thus far been obtained. Shubrick Norris, formerly state senator from Multnomah, now in business in San Francisco, who was a passenger on yes terday's steamer, had the misfortune- to fall on Sunday night and dislocated his right arm. "When the vessel reached As toria yesterday Dr. Baker was summoned, vdio set tho injured member. Tho manifest popularity of the Rescue Jubilee Troupe's forthcoming masked ball has induced the management to make further provision for competition by placing two more prizes of the value of 25 at tho disposal of the next two best sustained characters. Tho prizes are now on exhibition at G. Hansen's jewelry store. Wake 'Em Ur. The VideUc goes after the Salem boys as follows: A Salem boy at a ball is tho deadest live thing on the face of the earth. The girls have all tho life, the boys aro regular sticks with few exceptions." It is the scarcity of energy that causes this stagnation of life. It is hoped that they will outgrow this terri ble malady, for if they do not thero will not be enough life in their frames to ask a girl to marry them when thev are old enough to become benedicts. Wake up, boys, and show moro life and energy. Take partners lor a quadrille. New Saw Mux. Robt. Miller has about finished his new saw mill: it is at tho mouth of tho Nasel river, about seven miles from Oysterville. Ho calcu lates to be able to turn out daily 40 M. Effort iB being made to get a post office at the mill, tho site of which is call ed Springbrook. It takes about as much effort to cet a postoffico as to get u first- class postmastership. Tho Springbrook people have been over since September trying to get a postofSce, and haven't yet given up trying. At last accounts ome mail clerk at "Washington didn't like the name and suggested a change. Lumberman Drowned. James Collins yesterday received the sad news of tho death of his brother John, who - drowned in tho Hoquiam river, "W. T., at 10 o'clock on the nieht of the 10th iust, He was in the employ of tho Hoquiam Mill Company, on Gray's harbor, and while crossing the river in a boat the nicht being dark and stormy he was up set. His cries were heard by the men at the mill, but before they could reach him ho had sunk. The tide was running out strong and carried the body out into tho harbor. Even' effort was made to re cover it, but, at last accounts, without success. Mr. Collins was a native of bt, John. N. B., 3. years old and unmarried, He was well known among lumbermen all along the coast from Puget Sound to Coos bay. Urcgonxan, zc. Foreign Salmon Market. The de mandfor salmon has slackened some what during the past week, nevertheless the inquiry from consumers is active. Retailers, it would seem, are reducing their stocks in anticipation of lower prices when new season's fish arrives, but tnose aoie to express an opinion uo not think there is any probability of such a movement taking place, masmucn as nresent ..rices are held to be as remuner- live as might be expected under all tho circumstances. It is regarded with satis faction in somo quarters that tho at tempt to give an impulse to the market which was recently made by alleged in terested speculators, has palpably failed ana tue caution given to reuwens is nuv intr tbe effect of nreventinc anv unnat ural advance. Columbia river salmon is quoted at 2323s, and other kinds at 23(221s. Liverpool Correspondence Lon don Grocer. Heayt Blow. All day Sunday the rain fell in sheets and the wind blew in fitful gusts from tho west. About ono o'clock yesterday morning it piped up strong from tho southwest and over the hill came a blast that shook many a found ation, burst open doors, shattered win dows, tore off gates, prostrated fences and wakened many from their peaceful slumbers. Sundry stovepipes and pieces of tin clanged and clattered as though a small section of the day of judgment had struck this part of the nation, but nm great amount of damage was done. In the stream the Corsica and Ladstock dragged their anchors but sustained no damage. At tho caps the wind blew with, steady force, and whatever shipping was in the vicinity stood well off to tho northwest. It was the severest storm of tbe season. All day yesterday tho rain ease steadily down, and the lew hung etevds enveloped the mastheads of the Toocclc at the dock. Nothing was dis- taagninhable in tho universal shroud of fee. a&d when the incoming Columbia K$d feer gas at 1:30 r. if., it was with wiyow ijwi many jearoeaoi ner arrivsi WHAT Tire in EES SAID YESTERDAY. A bill will bo oarly introduced in con gress to make Alaska a judicial district. O'Donnell, on trial in Dublin for mur dering Carey, is an American citizen. The new New York Postal Telegraph and Cable company will be organized next month. It is thought that Germany will soon rescind her decree concerning the prohibition of American pork importa tion. Tho Russian czar is about to adopt a more liberal form of Government. --Ohihualraa gives 2."0 apiece for Apache setups. Armur ana jia:ne are so iar me leading Republican presidential candi dates; Tilden goes to Cuba. Immense numbers of trade dollars aro being shipped to China. W. IT. Neilson, a San inmcisco "journalist, "was rotten-egged at an attempt to lecture in that city last Sunday. Gen. Rosecrans is credited with originating n masterly scheme foi insuring Democratic success next year. He proposes to divide the Democratic voters into sections of tens, fifties, hun- reds, thousands, ten thousands and twenty thousands. Each section shall have a chief, whose duty it shall beto see mat mo voters unuer mm saati ne luiiuo for p?rty service, at the polls or else where, in obedience to orders received by him from the head canter. Carlisle is thought to have tho inside track in the race for the speakership of the house next JHonuay. work has been stopped on tue Washington monument. Secretary Teller denies his reported intention to refer the Southern Pacific land gr?nt matter to congress. Tho German crown prince is holding high jinks in Madrid. Tho O. R. 5c N. Co. earned fi23.2l in October. 1832, and .(i2,0TU in October. LSSS. A Scrap of HKtarj. In answering the inquiry of a friend, John Minto furnishes the following scrap of unwritten history: But niv friend. I gather from the tone of 3'our letter that your interest in the old pioneers and tlu-ir action, extents alovt and beyond the driving of the first j sheep across the plains. 1 therefore take pleasure in calling your Attention to the fact of this movement on the pHrt of a few Americans here in JtSN adventurous sailors, mountain nu n and missionaries, together with a ft-w free Canadian, trap pers, like the Iato Joseph Gervais, to be independent of the Hudson Bav company in regard to cattle, was in fact tho begin ning of the division between the friends the British and American govern ments, then in the immense territory of Oregon. It occasioned tho holding of the first public meeting at which the scream of the Jold Ameri can eagle can be distinguished. The subsequent ""Wolf Meeting" which is claimed by Mr. Gray as the initial point of civil" government here was the second occasion. The election of Mr. Geo. Abeniethy, the first provisional gov ernor by tbe missionaries, mountain men and tho "Home Builders"' (as Hon. W. Lair e?lls them) who had crossed tho plains previous to 1HJ5, was the third. lbe latter element by tins time outnum bered tho others, but all joined in the support of Abeniethy as tho represent ative of tho American side or against Mr. Russell, who was an American born believe but being supported bv the Hudson Bay Co. people was deemed their candidate, "and opposed as such, I know, as on that occasion I first exercised the oting privilege. John Minto. CKbAIt STKEET lTIJMC SCHOOL. 'nil of Honor fur the Jlonlli Ending 'n- vem!cr ii, 18S:t. miss lvwrbxoes class. Myra Stephens, Ethel Merriman. Ellen McCann. AJico Wood, Lottie Levings. Gussie Grav, Mary Deftly, Cordie Jiobb, 'Dixie Rain, Miunio Warren, Emma Gratko. Josio Dealy, Belle Douglass. George Welch, Walter Douglas-;, Jacob Forrill, Ella Belcher, Aimie Sievert, Louis Peterson. Willie Levings, Harry Gray, Jidward roster. Georgo Coifenberrv, Hvrani Brown, William Grant, irank ilcCaun. MISS COKKKLLt's CLASS. Nellie McCorraic, Mary Hunter, Nellie Morrison. Annie Hunter, Nettio Tultle, Nauc3' Tultle, Oliver Bottom, Nace Grant, w illie Belcher, Dick Carruthers. The following names deserve especial mention for perfect attendance and de portment: Myra Stephens, Mmnie Warren, Alico Wood, Lottie Leviug. Josie Dealy, imma iiratke. Ella Belcher, Belle Dougians, Auuio Sievert. The Old Ssttluk Mattkk. Some time ago an item went around in refer ence to the oldest sottler. We supposed the item was a settler itself as far ns sot tling this much-vexed question. Tho statement made was that Mr. J. B. Gaban came here in 1823, and was thus the old' est settler by a large majority. Under date of the 22d inst., Mr. 1. A. Chamber lain writes us from Gervais, Marion county, saying that the J. B. Gobin al luded to came to Astoria in ISiJ, not .5, and has been living in Marion county ever since 1842. Hanoiib ev Vkjilaxtcs. The mystery which has long shrouded a dual tragedy has just come to light in the Big Rend country, "Washington Territory. Over two months ago a man named Erazier suddenlv disanneared from his ranch bearcliwas diligently made loruim lor weeks without avail. A short time ago an Indian told a number of Erazier's friends that ho had been brutallv mur dered by another Indian, who was horse thief, and his body thrown into Moses lake. To convince them he took the party to the lake and pointed out tho place where the murderer threw tbG body. Search was made and the body of Irazier recovered. Ino Indian than di vulgod tho name of the murderer, and told where ho could be found. A party of vigilantes were organized immediate ly, and proceeding to tho murderer's auuuf) uuuf Luui in un uiuul. iuu xji- dian was missed and inquiry made wnicu has brought tue wnolo matter to light, No nrrests have been made, the action of the vigilantes being justified. The Genuine Cluli lkatc For sale at Carl Adler,s. The best Muice and Pumpkin pies at Astoria Bakery. Bracelet liost. A little girl's bracelet was lost last Sunday on the street, linder will please leave it at lrv. Stevens' and be re warded. Gushing Post "So. 14, Grcml Army or the Ilepublio, Department of Orecon. ASTOltIA, Or.EGOX, Xov. '24, 18S3, Special Ordi-r No. 1. The Officers and Comrades of Gushing Post No. 14, G. A. R. will meet for trans action of important business. onTucsday November L'Ttli, at 7tj o clock, v. r. By order of Post Commander, It. Y. MoxTKiTir. Officer of the Day. Fine Dress Goods. A splendid line of ladles dress goods is being displayed at the Empire store. Skates, Skates, Shafts I Club skates, clipper skates, all sizes; lowest prices. New York Novelty Store. Furnished or unfurnished front rooms at Mr. Campbell's, over, the Gem saloon. SOXGS OF TIIE SEA. What wl How tho Stllors SlncJIerehant men's "Saantlfi. "The men don't sing much except on a long voyage; but when they really get settled down for a trip then you will hear them at it," said an officer. ""What do thoy sing?' 'Tho songs of the sea aro peculiar. Thev bt-lone to a musical world of their own as much as do the negro melodies of ! tho South. What peculiarity there is inj tne music mat souots moss ovc x am not A , ff t M LowtVSm enough of a musician to toll; but songs that ono would at first eupposo woald be t . JTT popular with 'Jack' ho docs" not sing at Outers, Oyster, Oysters, all. What moro beautiful sen songs have ' at the Astoria-Oyster deiot; a eiew. ever been written than those bv Stephen ; fry, pan roast, or raw at Frank FabreV. Adams, such an 'Nancy Lee' and the Mid-, shipmate,' and vet you never heur them ! At the Empire Store sung by sailors." j You will find the finest laces and em They sing Dibdm's songs I supposer" broideries, of richest quality. iCSo, strange to sav, they do not. 'Old I - - TomBowlin"is the only ono ofDib-i r1111c,!i',i,.1rM dins songs I ever heard them sing. In Corset and Lmlwrenr. that Dibdin struck the right chord, and j AH the latest makes and styles ofcor twrvwhere that English sneakine sailora sets ami ladies underwear at Prael. sail tho ocean that song is loved and I suii. How often from tho decks of men-1 of-war or tho forecastle ot uiercnaui i ships I ltavo heard that song roll out into the night: Here a sneer nulk lies poor lorn xiowuu , The darlinu of our crew: No more he'll hear tho tempest jiovrlm', tor ueain nas Droacutu mm io. Manvof the songs popular in tho navy have never been given to tho general tuhlio-thnt I know of until the publica tion of that excellent little collection of sea fongs recently compiled and pub lished by Commodore l.uce. ."oiiie or the songs in this book have been alruopt forgotten even in the navy, and were taken down from the lips of old sailors, who had sung them when they and lifo ere new. 'What is the nature of these songs; Most of them recount victories of the American navy. There is one song very j popular in the navy called 'The Constitu- j tion and GuerriereV It tells how: : The Gucrncre. a frigate bold, j On the tumbling ocean rolled, i Commanded by proud Dncrefi. The Grandee, oh. and it ends with the statement that: I'hc Yankee boys for fighting are tho dandv. oh. The time has a rolicking swing to it well suited to the words."' "Y.'hat are 'shanty' songs?"' "Shanty' songs are working songs, and re sung in the merchant service. The word "shanty is probably from the French chanter, to sing. These songs are in sets, each of which has a different ca dence adapted for the work to which it is sung. There are songs for sheeting home- topsails, for weighing anchor, and for all that sort of thing. One, which i-5 exceed ingly popular, goes: I'm bound away this very day. I'm bound for the Rio Grande. Ho you,. Rio: Then fare you well mybonuy blue bell, Tin bound for tho Rio Grande. Jack' sings this with all sorts of queer quavers in his voice, making the cadence by hauling on tho ropes. Blow the man down, oh. blow the man down, Give me somo time to blow tho man down, Is also a -popular 'shanty.' Then thero are others in which tho sailors improvise largely as they go along. A good "shanty' singf-r is never at a loss for words." "Is this singing a help to the racaf "Ob, ves. Thev alwavs work better on merchant ships when they sing. A good merchant olncer sees to it that ms men sing at their work. If they are silent, ho will sing out, Mako a little music theref Thero is always a loader in the singing of these songs, some man with a good voice anu a great stocK or lungs. Such men are much in demand on merchant ships. There is a song had almost forgotten to mention, it is one of the most popular of those sung in ma naw, anu it is cauea mo uiomcwaru Bound bong. Iho scene is laid at Ten sacola, and tho song says. It's off to the sign of tho dog and bell, It's there they do good whisky sell, In comes the landlord with his usual smile. Saying go it my boys it's worth your while. For you know we are homeward bound, For you know wo are homewaid bound. These songs may seem musicless and thin to thoso who do not spend their lives on me ocean, nut you Know tue story of the Count Amaldos: how that he heard an ancient helsman sing a wonder ful song of tho sea and prayed that the oiu man woniu tsacu it to him: Woulda't thou then, the helmsman an swered Learn tho secrets of the sea? Only thoso who share its dangers Comprehend its mystery. Young and middle-aged men suffer ing from nervous debility, and kindred affections, as loss of memory and hj'po- cnoniina. snouiu inclose three stamps for Part VII of World's Dime Series of pamphlets. Address oklu's Dispkx- saky Mkmcat. Association, Buffalo, Will Temporarily Close. Jeff of the chop house gives timely notice to all his natrons that he will close his restaurant for repairs, from 5 A. M. Monday, 2i inst. until :; P. M. the following iuurcuay, when he will re open with a grand thanksgiving din n er. JEFF. Rest Custom VorI;. Knot aui! Shoes Can be had at I. J. Arvold's, next to CitvBook Store. Ladies and gentlemen call there for tne finest fitting boots and shoes, and lowest pr:cfs. Perfect fit guaranteed. IVotlcc to the Toadies. Switches made from combings or cut hair; new switches made to order from the best an ported hair, in any shade de sired. Old switches repaired. All work warranted. Rates reasonable Call or address Liilenhaut & ScnoEXiii:, Occident hair dressing saloon, Astoria Oregon. Tho Peruvian syrun has cured thou sands who were suffering from dyspep sia, debility, liver complaint, boils, hu mois,ieniaie complaints, etc. raiupn lets free to any address. Setli W.FowJf &fcODp TJoston. Brace up the whole system with Kins ot the Blood. eo Advertisement. IIai.e's Honey or Hoheiiouxd and Tak has a. larger ale than any other cough medicine. Pike"s Tooth a cue Dirors cure In one minute. Siiilou's .Cuke will immediately relieve Croup, whooping cough and Bronchitis. Sold by W. E. Dement Why will you cough when Shtloh's Cure will give immediate relief, rnco 10 ctsSOctsandSl. Sold by W.E. De ment. aHackmetack," a lasting and fra grant perfume- Price 25 and .0 cents. Sold by W. E. Dement The nnlritlve properticaof Colpen's Liouii) Beef Toxicuwstain the body without solid food. Coldcri'8 no otJicr. Many who never complain aro never theless seriously Hi. use Browns iron Bitters and there will be no cause of complaint. WJicn yon donJtknow justr what ails you; when j'oufeel aches and pains all over; when you leel tired anu laint use Brown's Iron Bitters. A wonder ful reviver. Thanksgiving Tnrltoys. Any one wishing ono of these noble birds, can leave their orders at the Star Market. The Clariona. Just the thing for balls and parties, a complete orchestra, with dance music, fi?iirt5 for mlltnt? dnncpj. ptp.pnrrm!iti To those desirous of having danre.-, and not otlierw ise provided witii music it is invaluable. Call at the New York Nov elty store and examine it. Bros." Empire store. X'nuih Vuttvn's Hotel. Frank Fabre ha the finest Heei-nnuo-dation for lodger- to be found In As toria, over his restaurant. In Kfisey's building. Ever thins: is neat -and c'-jiu and the bed-; are new. soft and eomfnrt able. If you wantgottd board and Jifdsr ing go to Frank Fable's A Juicy Kft'ak cooked to jH'rftvtion is what tu ean get at Frank Fabivs. ThnitliSKiUm TiirUrjs. .Some chtdee turkejs a. Warren & Thompson's. Leave your orders early. Hosiery, BSosierj, Ilo.tiery: The latest novelties in ladies and childrens hosiery at Prael Bros'. For Tbe JlnMiurrmle. Masmierade suits rented at rea-nii;ble rates in largest variety ly 1). Kant. U. F. Sic veils & C Are offering extra inducements one in neeu oi a l iano, or urgai Fraraut Coffee to cheer and comfort, at Frank Fabre at his ohrsfftml. IVotice. Dinner at -.1 EFF'SC110P HOUSE i everv day at ii o'clock. The bistJ."i cent meal in town: soup. iisn,se.ven kinds ot meats, vegetables, pie, pudding, etc. A j glass oi c. r . lieer, r reucn uutrer. ica or coffee included. All who have tried him say Jeff is t he 'BOSS. For a Sent Fitting Bool j Or Shoe, go to P.. I. Goodmans, on Che-i namus street, next door to I. W. Case. All goods of the best make ami guaran-! teed quality. A full stock ; constantly arriving. Custom Vnien Yon Come to Astoria and want a nice nan roast, go to Frank t abre s, at ms old stand. Itir.sc Fouml. Last Friday evening a purse contain ing money, looser can nave tt by applying to Mr. E. Liddicoat at Hansen Bros. Via X. P. . It Fresh Baltimore oysters packed In ice at Jeff's. All the patent medicines advertised in this paper, together with the choicest Ecriunicry, anu louet amen,-, cic can c bought at the lowest prices, at J. W. Conn's drug store, opposite fvMden betel, Astoria. For the trcnulne .1. 11. Cutter old Bourbon, and the liest ot whirs, liquor and San Francisco beer, call at the Gem opposite the bell tower, and see Camp bell. . Roscoe Dixon's new eating house is now open, bveryimng lias been lit- ted up in first-class style, and hi-well known reputation as a caterer assures all who like good things to eat, that at ins place they can be accommodated. Arc you made miserable by Indi gestion, Constipation. Dizziness, Loss of appetite, Yellow Skin ? Shiloh's Vital- izer is a positive pure, tor sate ny w. h. Dement. -Foi Dyspepsia andLiver Complaint, you have a printed guarantee on every bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails to cure. Sold by V. E. Dement. -A Xasal Injector free with each bottle ot Shiloh's Catarrh Kemedy Price fiO cents. Sold by V". E. Dement Notice to Stockholders. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TIIE annual meeting of the stockholders of the Pacific Union I'k'c Co. will be held on Saturday l)ec.22lSS3,at their office in As toria lor tne purpose oi ciecunx a imam oi Directors ana the transaction of sucli other business as may come before the meeting. J. R. GIIjSTIIAI. J. A. CAKLSOX. See v. Pres't. As'torla Nov. 23, 1883, DRESSMAKING. MIW. BKYCK KESI'ECTFITLLY IN fonns the Ladies of Astoria, that her business Is carried on as fornieily at her rooms on Cass street opposite Ocbl Fellows l!uilditt. She returns thanks for their pat ronage in the past, and solicits a continu ance of the same. Suits made, from S7.00 to S15.00. Alt Work Warranted, Aitoria, Nov. 1st, 1ES3. NOTICE. To Hunters. Fishermen. Ranchers. IF YOU WANT THE HIGHEST MAlt ket price for your produce, go to JEFF'S. SELECT MASQUERADE BALL. Si Rescue Milee Troupe J Fifth Annual Masquerade Ball, Thursday Eve u In- Ifor. 29th, 1883. At the Skating Kink. HOjrOKAKV COIIMITTKC C-uit.Geo.Flavel, Ho. v Chance. -!. K.K.Sneddeii, Hon. .bum llahn. If- " Megler, MAXAG EMENT COMMITTER. Clinton, F. L. Parker, C. 11 MocKton, r. u. wane. KKCIZFTIOX COMMITTER. MKMIJEKS OF TIIE TBOUPE. INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE. , IT. Stockton. J. W. Hare. .1. W. Brown. INVITATION COMMITTER. P. I'.tTker. X. Clinton. J. H nlHim. J.D.Hare, A. A.Cleveland Kl-OOH X4NAGEKS. . S. Y .rlov. J. A. Davidson. F. 1 I'.trker. P. I). Parker. J -e. HepbuRj. Vt. C. Iticnaidson. i'rtcri r-f AtloiissIuD. Lndt M:skei-i. - kuek (lent Muckers. - - - SI 50 Ijt'lv SjHrrlittors. - - m tleat Hnettatow. - - - - 1 00 Ti-keN mav l.t; procured ot members f the "liKiijte. MiLsker"iIei.eisc u ba procured ouly at J!:e store of K. b. I";irkrr. Two eleiranx prizes will tie awarded to best su-itaiiieil 1 dv :ii s. iitM-mau clianic'er ORDAN&BOZORTH to 3yiHoliflay Ms Just Receive!, roMrnisiNo Rogers Bros.' Platedware, Bisque Figures, Fine Majolica, Japanese uOOQS. Willow and Rattan Goods. Green River Cutlery. DECOKATRD jorr'ICMi Dinner and Tea Sets, Crockery i Glassware. ALSO First-class COAL OIL a Specialty. JORDAN & BOZORTH, Cor. Chenamus and Genevieve Sts.l Astoria, Nov. 22nd, 1S83. FOARD & STOKES A FULL LINE OF Fancy Groceries. WINES AND LIQUOKSI HARDWARE AND Ship Chandlery: Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. In IIume'sNew Building Notice of Dissolution. OriCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Lt partnership heretofore existing between Duck Fontr under the linn name and stvle of Lung "WinK as pawnbroker In the city of Astoria. Is this day dissolved by mutual con sent. The business will be carried on by the new firm name of Goon Wine Co Duck Fong will pay all the debts of Lung ving uo. GOON WING CO. Rv LAM FAT. ' LAM DUCK Manager. Delinquent City Taxes. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I, the undersigned, Chief of Police, have been furnished with a warrant from the City Council requiring me to collect the tax es assesscu ior tne year ikg, ana now aeun nuent unou the list and make return of the same within sixty days. All parties so lu- ueuieu win tnereiore piease tase notice ana govern tneinseives accordingly. aW. LOUGHERY. Chief of Police. Astoria, Oregon, October 2oth, 1883. I AM OVERSTOCKED IN CLOTHING AND Furnishing Goods! And will therefore try and re duce it by offering Men's, Youth's, and Boy's CLOTHING, Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, Rubber and OH Clothing At a Large Dlscenat. Anv n.irtv huvincr coods of me from this date forth will be al lowed ten per cent, on purcnases ot over 510. Jimorace me oppor tunity and buy your doming or M. X. SL-AJXra?. Wholesale Hf The Leading Dry House of LARGEST STOCK LOWEST New Goods Received FimiM Iw Lie i JEFF 0F CH0P H0TTSE Can prove by his books that he Is doing the biggest business of any RESTATTBAHT In tho city, and he will Guarantee to clvo the best meal for cash. solid gold EELR Y BC?3KaI2;XSt5 Scarf Pins, Chains, Watches, Of every description. The finest stock of Jewelry in AstorI:u 0?"A11 goods warrantedasrepresentcd GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER. Men's, Youth's. a,nd Boys ! ! Of Every Just opened at Styles to Suit all ! Prices to Suit all ! D, A. McINTOSH, I Th.e heading CLOTHIER, MERCHANT TAILOR, AND HATTER. SB CZ2 LU I J t 1 K m z! 01 o fA u o Q W i co sg o - 3g g q - I -J i and Retail Goods and Clothing Astoria. - FINEST GOOD F by very Steamer. FIRST QUALITY LUMBER. THE MILL COMPANY T3 IN TIfK FIELD AND PROPOSES TO JL remain. We will take orders for lumber from 100 to f 00 31., at the milt or delivered. We also manufacture lath and shingles of At quality. flooring a Specialty . Address all orders WESTroitT arm. co. 3. C, Bex nek, Supt. The Portland and Astoria STEVEDOEE COMPANY Is prepared to contract with masters anil consignees of vessels for tho Loading and Unloading of Vessels AT EITHER PORT. Promptness and satisfaction cuarantced in all cases. Description the Occident Store. Ed. 3). Curtis & Go. I QFimfc mhn wwm At -r-r tit uuipuio, upuioiui UNBUSPASSED IN STYLE AND FINISH. NEW A COMPLETE STOCK PHO Corner Benton and Squemoqua Streets, East of the Court House. Astoria, Oregon Reaflyjor B Quality to Suit ail !