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' J?E1g'tTa ) $hc gaUjj tomtu ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY JULY 31. lSbo I3SUSD SVERT MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. F. HAliliORAN & COMPANY, ruiiLisnKJta and rnoritiRrons, ASTORIAN" UUILDING, - - CASS JsTREKl TorniK of Subscription. Served by Carrier, per week locts. .snt by Mail, per monlli . (Wets. " ,r " one year ......$7.00 Free of postage to subscribers EsT'Advertlscnients inserted bv tbe year at the rate of .2 per square per mouth. Tran .sient advertising llftv cents per square, each insertion. notice To Adrcriiscrs. Tiic Astorian guarantees to its ad vertisers the largest circulation of anv newspaper published on the Columbia river. This paper is on file at the SI. Charles Hotel, Portland, Or. The kantjaroo shoes have arrived at C. H. Cooper's. Skating at Iioss' opera house to-morrow evening. There are 2G,000 cases salmon on tho O.U.&N. dock. An np-country exchange discourselh about Grant's "funeral obsequies."' There are several fires on Young's and Lewis and Clarke's rivers, This is good weather to clear off land. E. C. Holdon advertises a special auc tion sale of household furniture next Monday afternoon at two o'clock. The Gen. Canby went into service yes terday, taking the Ilwaco passengers, from the Telephone to their destination An upper Astoria chimney near Johau sen's caught fire about 0:4.1 yesterday morning, but was fortunately put out without damage. Beginning next Sunday the It. It. Thompson will leave Ft. Clatsop at 5 v. ai., Astoria at G r. si., on her Sunday re turn trip. Tho Pacific can company of San Fran cisco, has made 8,000,000 cans this season. They are going to build a branch factory here next spring. J. B. Fithiau. late city editor of the Portland Standard, has bought tho Union Sentinel. As a Union sentinel ilr. Fithian will doubtless bo a success. A man named Rosenfeld, living near Kalama. was stabbed in tho eye with a dirk by Luke Weaver last Tuesday, and was taken to St. Helens for treatment. Up at Whatcom, f. T., when a man buys a house and lot, if tho house hap pens to bo on blocks tho seller moves at off and claims "tho house is not realty." It may not bo "realty,' but it is swindling all tho same. The Ancon from Alaska brings 100, 000, the result of a twenty days' run of the Douglas island mill, benators Miller, Dolph and others disembarked at Port Townsend on their return trip and started home overland. Tho U. S. man-of-war Gen. Wri-jht with a double row of guns rounded up to the Main street dock yesterday afternoon. The Shubrlch had already arrived. Two English torpedo boats ver reported off the mouth of tho river, but no fears wcro entertained. Tho postmaster general, " in recog nition of the nation's loss in tho death of Grant, and in participation of the lamentation and expressing reverenco for his honored memory,'' has ordered all offices of tho Union closed between 1 and 5 p. si. August Sth. A dpek hand named Jos. Gibson while trying to go aboard tho E. N. Cooke at the O. It. &. N. dock at 5:30 yesterday morning, missed his footing and fell be tween the boat and the dock. Before as sistance could reach tho unfortunate man ho was drowned. Ho was drunk at tho time. The Bcda brought from San Francisoo 120 bales, 1,392 sks salt, 100 cs giant powder, 15 bbls rosin, 12." pigs lead, 32 pkgs tin, 2 cs caps, 28 brs nails, C3 kgs horseshoes, 7 bdis steel, 1 bx lanterns, 1 huggy, 1 piano, C cs plaster decorations, 2 cs mouldings, 1 cs cotton goods, 9 nsts tubs, 1 cs wine, 9 pkgs saddlery, 42 pes mill machinery, 1 bbl oil, 1 cs ax grease, 2 c3 stove polish, 3 cs 2 bdls glassware. The Carnarvon Castle finished loading yesterday evening: Following is a list of salmon censigners: J. O. Hanthorn, G, 17G cases; Cutting Packing Co.. 2,03: Oc cident Packing Co., 1,00J: Wm. Hume, 2.000; Scandinavian Packing Co., 8,000; Hapgood and Co., 1,500; J. G. Megler, 2,000; Fishermen's Packing Co., 1.000; Aberdeen Packing Co., 1,000; .Tas. Wil. liam3. 1,000: Thistle Packing Co., 1,000: total, 20,711: She also takes 7G5 bushels wheat. One of the difficulties in acting on tho Chinese on this coast has been tho apti tude which they have displayed in link ing themselves with tho worst phases of official life. Tho Coolio always stands ready with a bribe in his hand. His first question is, "How muchee.' and when ho is made sensible that ho must, he pays down tho coin without a murmur. That is an accomi lishment which he has brought from his uativo land, wheio all offenses even up to murder can be oendoned in money. The game is usual ly played for all it is worth and a little more." ' The Best.' Concerning ''Johnson's Kcw Universal Cyclopaedia," Dr. J. H. Seeley, president of Amherst college, says : "I find my children coming to it for light all the while, and I deem its presence in any family invaluable." C. H. Libby is tho general manager for the Paciflc coast., at Portland, Oregon. Turps. Eastern Turpentine in quantities to suit at Wilsox & FisrtER's. Card of Thanks. The Lalics of dishing Belief Corps No. 3, take this method of acknowledg ing the generous courtesy of the cap tain and officers of the Telephone on their late excursion, the efficient aid rendered by theMisscsfcchlussel in their ifc excellent penormanee on inc piano, io .air. airauss aim outers who boiu hckkis and to the public generally for their lib eral patronage on the occasion. The ex cursion was as satisfactory financially to the corns as it was socially to all who attended." Again we thank all who helped to make it a success. Committee. Coffee Mill. Foard & Stokes' coffee mill is in oper ation. Fresh roasted coffee ground in quantities to suit. All brands of coffee at the lowest prices. Your coffee ground while you wait. We guarantee posi tive satisfaction to our customers. W. Lussier oi San Francisco has en gaged in the photograph business with Crow the leading photographer. PROPOSED MOXTJXEJfT. Meam of R&UI117 Contributions to a Honu meat In Utmorj- of General Great. special to t;ik astouian.j San Fisaxcisco. July 30. Tho executive committee of the Western Union Tele graph company resolved at its meeting to-day to subscribe tho sum of 5,000 toward tho fund for a monument to Gen. Grant. It also resolvod that tho man agers of the companj-'s offices be in structed to receive subscriptions to the fund from the public All tho man agers will display in thoir offices notices to the offect that they are prepared to ac cept such sums, and to give informal re ceipts therefor, which receipts will be re placed subsequently by formal receipts from the committee of the Grant monument association which has been appointed by the mayor of tho city of New York. Each manager will have a pass book in which, under appropriate heading, ho will ask each subscriber to write his name, postoQico address, and tho amount of his subccription, and for which sub scription the manager will give an in formal receipt. Each manager will transmit to tho hoad office tho amount subscribed, ac companied by a transcript of his pass book. This latter will be forwarded to New York for auditing when tho sub scription is finally closed. Fishier In August. There aro several prominent reasons which furnish sufficient argument, if argument is necessary, against any probability- of salmon fishing on the Colum bia in August. First and foremost, it is illegal, is directly antagonistic to tho !.; ln.. it Cr Mii.RfAlJrk 41. r i1...s. I that aro coming injnovr aro of the white, Smith, F. B. Elberson, Thos. Linville, razor back variety, and aro of a kind J Albert Dunbar, C. AV. Loughrey, W. E. that no packer with tho slightest regard Warren, P. A. Trullinger, L. A. Allen, I. for his reputation would allow to go out ' S. Gragg, Jno. J. EUigen. F. C. Norris, under his brand; it is nuwisc: tho few Chas. Steinhardt, W. T. Chutler, H. C. miserable cases more that would bo ! Thompson, F. A. Fisher, C. W. Fox, F. packed would deteriorate the entire pack 1 T. Jordan, L. H. Holt, N. H. Webber, in commercial standing; it is unneces- Jno. Fox, E. J. Liddicoat, B. V. Mon sary; the pack is already up to half a, ttitb, J. D. Monteith, B.Y. Monteith Jr., million cases; what in tho world any ono ' C. W. Fulton, C. J. Trench:ird, W. Kyle, wants to swell tuo pack to greater uimeu- 1 sions for is one of those things that aro inexplicable. Inero are seventeen other reasons, but these aro sufficient to cite. A Itaca on the Kiier. The steamer Telephone and steamship Stale of California had a livoly race into port yesterday afternoon. Both met at Kalama and the raco began. Huge col umns of smoke issued from the stack of the steamship, but sho was unable to overtake her adversary, and entered tho Telmhfmi: !iml m.-uln thron lnnilmnfl in 1 u"illnnA4in llmti rafn ltrll '111 tho meantime. The JeJcnlione landed at her dock at 2 1. si., and tho ocean tramp camo along about forty minutes after. Tho State has the reputation of being tho fastest steamship on tuo racilic coast. Portland Xews, 30. Y. 31. C. A. Monthly business meeting this evenuri at 8, r. si. All members will please 19 present. By order U. A. JiANSKN', President. The Uretcd Interior. The dry refuse that is piled many feet high along tho city levee took firo yester day, probably from spontaneous com bustion under tho heat of the sun. Port land Orcjonian, 30. SXJAZ PERISJflVTOKY! 1 am instructed by Mr. Carl Adler to commence at once the closing out of the balance of stock remaining in the east half of his establishment, as the prem ises must he vacated within a few days Commencing al seven o'clock r. m., on TIIl'RSn.VV, JULY 30, I will offer at public auction all the goods now contained therein, consisting of a large assortment of first class slock comprising a complete assortment of Stationery, Books, Fine Albums. Pict ures, Fancy Glassware, Notions and Toys, and other articles too numerous to mention. Also Clocks, Watches, Fine Jewelry and Silverware. Special attention is called to this im portant sale. The- public may rest as sured that every article put up by the auctioneer will be sold to Ihe highest bidder without reserve and regardless of the cost. The sale will be continued on Fri- uay,.5isi, ami every evening tnereauer till further notie E. C. Hoi.dex, Auctioneer. An Kiognnl Substitute For oils, salts, pills and all kinds of hitler, nauseous medicines is the very agreeable liquid Iruit Syrup of Figs. Recommended by leading Physicians Manufactured only by the California FigSvrup Co.. Sin Francisco, Cal. For sale Wy W. E. Dement & Co. D. A. Mcintosh has received a full stock of hats and gent's furnishing goods, fine tics and underwear direct from the cast. Get vour photographs taken at Crow's gallery by W. Lussior of San Francisco Good Dwelling House For rent or sale, one block from Post office. Apply to Jeif. At Frank Fabre?s. Board for $22.30 a month. The best in the eitv. Dinner from 5 to 7. So 3Jorc Hard Times Free JJoard ! Ton live in vain if vou do n t go to th.; Telephone Saloon, and try Baldy George. NO MOKE charge for Lunch. Free all the lime. Hot from 11 to 2. Soup, Clam Chowder, etc., etc. Whiskv, Boca Beer on draught, Half-and-Ha!t; Latest Papers, Billiards, Piano; Best place in town. A Good Cigar, Ju-t as good as vou usually pay a hit for can be- had FOB FIVE CENTS at 0. P. Wilson's. All the patent medicines advertised in Ibis paper, together with tho choicest pertumery, and toilet articles, etcean be bought at the lowest prices, at J. TV Conn's drug store, opposite Oflden hctel, Astoria. THE MILITIA C0MPA3Y. Farther Orffanlxation Election and Appoint ment of Officers Full List or tbe Members. Pursuant to notice, the recently organ ized militia company met at tho hall of BescueNo.-2 last evening. Optain C. W. Fnlton in tho chair; E. D. Curtis act ing secretary. A committeo of one, con sisting of A. E. Shaw, was appointed to secure plans and specifications for a hall and armory. The following non-commis3ioned offi cers were appeinted: First sergeant, A. S. Beed; quartermaster's sergeant, B. V. Monteith; first duty sergeant, F. E. Shutc; second duty sergeant, H. G. Smith; third duty sergeant, J.O. Bozorth; fourth duty sergeant, J. C. Boss. First corporal, Peter Grant? second corporal, Charles Bichardson; third corporal, F. I. Dun bar; fourth corporal, Wm. Logan. Be cruiting committee, C. T. Thomes, P. A. Trullinger, L S. Gragg. Treasurer, T. S. Jewett; secretary, Ed. D. Curtis. A com mittee consisting of Messrs. Johns, Monteith and Boss, was appointed to procure a temporary hall for" tho meet ings of the company until a suitablo armory is erected. On motion adjourned to meet next Tuesday evening at 8 r.si. Following is a complete list of tho members: J. O. Bozorth, Ed. D. Curtis, J. W. Hume, Jas. A. Davidson, A. E. Shaw, A. A. Cleveland, Jay Tuttle, Theo. Broom ser, Chas. Bichardson, Geo. W. Wood, James Macomber, W. G. Boss, IL F. Prael, F. P. Hicks, C. H. Cooper, A. S. Beed, J. N. Griffin, W. A. Sherman, F. H. Sherman, Tho3. Byrie, J. E. Thomas, J. E. Campbell, F. L Dunbar, Wm. Lo gan. F. W. Prael, Grant Trullinger H. J. Wheritv, J. C. Boss, C. T. Thomes, Pet er Grant, J. F. Page, T. S. Jewett, O. F. Heilborn, G. A. Stinson, W. W. Wherry, 1. Jj. Jjevmcs, t. E. Snute, M. is. iio ....!. A X TL C T Wl. -. TT "2. H. A. Webber, L. b. Staples. Tho young est on the list is IS; tho oldest 53: tho lightest weighs 121 pounds; the heaviest 202. The tallest stands six feet, three inches; tho shortest, five feet, six. Twenty-seven of the number havo blue eyes, eighteen have gray eyos, fourteen brown. eIe.Yen - f.our b,ack The7 to nil war, nnd will compare favorably with any similar organization in the state. THE CALLAO PAINTER. "The Callao painter" is tho bele noir skippers. A vessel will enter tho har bor of Callao, Peru, with its timbers aa white as tho virgin snow and its plunking as clean as holystone and elbow greaso can mako them. The disgusted skipper may awaken in tho morning and find everything covered with n brown, nsty film, which penetrates tho cabin and even the battened hatchways of tho ves sel, filling tho air with a repulsivo odor, and clinging to tho wood-work nntil it is scraped off. It looks liko a chocolate colored frost, but does not melt in the sun. When it is damp one can remove it easily, but if it once dries its tenacity is not easily overcome. Tho origin nnd source of this mysterious and aggravating artist is unknown, and it is peculiar to tho ill ace. Nowhere else is tho phenome non noticed, or at least ship-mastera who havo sailed tho world over say that Cal lao is tho only place whero a ship can bo painted insido and outside in a single night. Scientific minds have argued. and will argue interminably about it. Sbmo say that tho guano that has settled at tho bottom of the sea is forced up by vapors into the atmosphere, while others assert that it is a species of volcanic dust driven th rough th e water by subterranean forces. However, the only point on which all j agree is that it is a repulsive phenome non, aim uas oesn me causo oi moro pro fanity than anything elso that seamen encounter. EtticIilcn'N Arnica Salve. The Bet Sai.yk in the world for Cuts, Bruges, Sore-sUIcer.s Salt Rheum, Fever bores, letter, unappra nanus. Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Erup tions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by W. E. Dement & Co. Syrup oT Figs. Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Co. San Francisco Cal. is Natures Own Trun Laxative. This pleasant liquid fruit remedy may be had of W. E. Dement & Co, at fifty cents if nnn ilrtllnr n:r Itrtltlo It. tc tlio rnnt j,iPa.Sant, prompt and effective remedy known, to cleanse the system; to acton, the Liver, Kidneys and Bowels gently yet thoroughly; to dispel iieauaciis. Colds and Fevers: to cure Constipation, Indigestion and kindred ills. WHAT! Do You Think that Jcfr' oi Tire Chop ITouso Gives you a meal for nothing, and a glas of something to drink? "Xot much r but he gives a better meal and more of it than any place in town for 25 cents, ne buys by the wholesale and pay cash. "That settles it" Anv one desiring the services of Mrs. Kate Duffy as nurse from the 10th of September until the loth of December will please address her at Little Falls, Lewis Co., Washington Territory. Hhoatwater Bay Oyalers Constantly on hand, cooked to any sylo at Frank Fabre'5. Compressed Tfcast. A irood manv ladies would make thoir own bread if they could get good yeast in convenient sh inc. A. V.Allen has it in small cakes, the famous compressed yeast. Call and get. asamplo cake. It is the best made and is in such shape that you will have no inconvenience. To be had only at A. V. Allen's family grocery store. Something "Scvc. A. V. Allen has a splendid coffee mill. Call and seo it. Fresh roasted coffee of all grades received daily and ground to order. If you like good coffee leave an order and you will be pleased. For n ZVeat Fitting Boot Or Shoe, ro to P. J. Goodmans, on Che namus street next door to I. W. Ca$e. All sjoods 0f the best make and guaran teed quality. A full stock; new goods constantly arriving. Custom work. HE IIAD LIGIIT, But it Via Eongh on tho Landlord. One night, says Burdette, I was shav ing myself preparatory to the evening's entertainment, in a small room of an economical hotel. Tho room, as usual, was arranged with special reference to the comfort and convenience to the guest who shaved himself. Tho gas bracket witn its singlo burner, was high up on tho wall above the head of tho guest. Tbe bureau, holding tho mirror in it3 gaunt arms, stood on three legs away over on tho opposite side of the room, as far away from the gas and tho window as it could get. Tho gas being economically administered, burned with a f eeblo blue light, and occasionally coughed in a hec tic manner, as though it would go out tho first timo the door opened. My friend, the commercial traveler from Bridgeport, who sat watching mo with tears in his eves, said: "Aren't you often annoyed by tho miserably small amount of gas vou are permuted to burn in these little hotels?"' I said that tho illumina tion of my apartments I always call my room apartments seldom reached that degree of brilliancy that enabled mo to find tho bed without first falling over all tho chairs, to wit, one chair in the apartments. He went to his room ana in a moment reappeareu. "Here," he sail. " -"'is something right in my line, and it's just what you want. With theso littlo tong3 you can take off any burner in tho United States, seo? And with them you put in place of tho stingy fellow, this twenty-four foot burner, like tnis." Ana iook, a lanligut as big as a piece of pio blazed up and flooded the room with radiance. ETen the accumulated lint and burned match es of years under tho bureau rejoiced in tuo wonderiui iignc. "no caretui" said my benefactor, "and take off your own burner every morning." While we talked, tho landlord, passing down tho hall, opened the door without knocking nnd loosed in. "Urn" no said, "excuse me; but I saw the glare ov er tho transom, and thought tho room was on firo." But we said " Oh! no," and went on talking about the Bartholdi stat uette, and tho landlord didn't say any thing, but just stood and looked at tho gas jet, and kept looking and looking. At last ho went away and we neard him sigh wearily as he tottered down stairs to order tuo bread cut turn for suDpcr, and scratch eggs, which were at that timo sixty cents a dozen, off the bill of faro. Four years I carried my friend's gas fitting apparatus up and down the land with me; sometimes I broke the old burner and sometimes broke the new one, but I never broko tho tongs, and I never again shared in the dark if there was any gas in tho house. The Clam-Bake. The modus operandi of a bake is as follews: A rude floor of stones i3 laid and upon this floor a pilo of sticks or cord wood is thrown. Tho wood is set on firb and allowed to barn until tho stones be gin to crack with tho heat. The half burned brands aro then removed and a thin layer of seaweed tho ordinary rockwecd of tho shore is spread over tho heated stones. Tho first layer is used to prevent tho lowest clam3 from being burned or discolored by the intenso heat. Tho clams aro laid on tho pile in a layer of uniform thickness and another coat ing of rockweed is placed over them. A piece of old canvas i3 then spread over tho whole to keep in the steam, nnd tho fragrant pilo is left to itself for about forty minutes. Tho bako is then opened and tho appetizing repast begins. Some times ears uf corn, potatoes, lobsters, fresh fish rolled in corn husks, and vari ous other edibles, aro deposited in tho midst of tho rockwecd. Tho steaming vapors from the clams permeate tho j whole mess and impreguato everything with their rich odor. Alany men would j any day willingly leavo the well-appoint- j ed table of a lirst-clnss hotel to partake of such a feast. Tho relish for it seems to J incroas6 rather than diminish as it be-1 comes moro familiar at this season of i the year. A i.ife Savins: Projiriil. Mr. M. E. Allison, Hutchinson, Kan.: .Saved his life by a simple Trial Bottle of Dr. King's JJew Discovery, for Con sumption, which caused him to procuro a large bottle, that completely cured him, when Doctors, change of climate and everything else had failed. A&lSuna, Bronchitis. IIoarseness,Scvere Coughs, and all Throat and Lung diseases, it is guaranteed to cure. Trial Bottles freje at V. E. Dement & Co.'s Drug Store. Large size S1.00. Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint;' &mio:is itnlizer is guaranteed to cure you Sold by V. E. Dement. Blanks. Warrants, deeds, mortgages, etc. A full line of legal blanks on hand at this office. Shiloh's Vitalizer is what you need for Constipation, Loss of Apatite, l)iz ziiifSa ami nil symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. Sold by W. E. Dement. Sleepless Nights made miserable by that terrible cough. Sluloh's Cure is the remedy for you. Sold by W. E. De ment & Co. That Hacking Cough can bo so quickly r-isrvd by Shiloh's Cure. We imaranlw It. Sold by W. E. Dement. Sluloh's Cough ana Consumption Cure is sold by us on guarantee. It cures consumption. Sold by W. E. De ment. For Dinner Parties to order, at short notice, go to Frank Fabre's. For lame Back, Side or Chesc use Shiloh's Porous Plaster, Price 25 cents. For sale by W. E. Dement. Simons Catarrh Kemeuy a posi tive cure for Catarrh, Diutheria and Canker Mouth. Sold by W. E. Dement. uIIael:nietack," a lasting and fra crsnt perfume. I'rice 25 and 50 conts. Sold by Y E. Dement. Commemoration Services. IlKAD QUAltTEItS CUSHINO TOSTNO. U,) Dbpaktmext OK OBECOX G. A. 11. y ASToniA, Okegok, July si, ib83.J Ordrrs No. 3. IX OBEDIENCE TO GENERAL ORDERS No. 4, Department of Oregon, G. A. R , Julv2lih, 18S4. Tiie ofllcers and comrades of Cinhlng Tost No. H, G. A. U. will assemble for special memorial service In honor of our late com mander and comrade Gen. IT. S. Grant, at their i'ost Hall on Saturday, August ttie 8th, lR&i. at 12 3i. Ami to also participate with such associations a3 may join the municipal authorilicsin rendering honor to the Illust rious dead. .. R.V.MONTEITII. Post Commander. W.B.ROSS, Adjutant. Test Tout BaMng PoWuST To-Day ! Brands adrcrtbctl as absolutely para COW 'JL'j THE TEST: Ttaeo a. can top dorm on a tot tiara trnUI reatcd.thenremoTOtbacoTernnduneU. Achcra Ut trill not bo rcQulred to delect tho presence at DOES EOT CONTAIN A3DI0NIA. lit IltiUkfaiMis lki NEVER Bees QcnUoaeJ. Inarillllonhcriesforftqaartcrofaceatarj U li uood the consumer's reliable teat, THE TEST OF THE 0VE8, Price Bating Powder Co., Dr. Price's Special Flavoring Extracts, Ibe strongest, mo?t dellclens and natural HaTorknowu.autl Dr. Price's Lupuiin Yeas! &ems lurUcht, HMlthy Hresd.The Best Dry Ho? Yeast In tho world. FOR SALE BY CSOCERS, ST. LOUIS,- EALTHY $W HEM The test dry hop vooat In the world. Bread raised by this yeast la Ught.wliita ond wholoRome lihe our grandmother' delicious, bread. GROCERS SELL TKEM. PRtPASCO BV TMC Price Baking Powder Co., EanTis oi Dr. Price's special Fk7cnEz Eiiracis, Chicago, III. St. Louio, Mo. For salo by Cottixg.Mkrlk & Co.. Agent Portland, Oregon Re auction IN OLOTHCIN'G- A stylish business suit - $10 Former price - - -A stylish business suit - 15 11 16 20 25 25 Former price - - -Fine Diagonal suit - - Former price - - -The very best dress suit Former price - - 30 Boys and youths' suits at greatly re tluccil prices, also all tho extensive as sortment of Men's Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes. Trunks and Valise3, Soldatcojthy M. D. KANT, THE BOSS Merchant Tailorand Clothier. Notice. THE ASSESSMENT ROLL OF DISTRICT No. t. Astoria, Clatsop county. Oregon, Is completed, and now in the hands of the Directors of taid district. The same can be seen at the ofUce of the clerk. Tartles inter ested ran examine the same and file objec tions If they have any thereto, until the 7th day of August. 1SS5. on which day the Di rectors will sit as a board of equalization to consider the same. . .. Byorderotthc BoaidDIgJog. Clerk. Astoria, July 27th. 1SS5. Notice to Taxpayers. ALL PERSONS -WISHING A CORRECT representation of their taxablo proper ty on the county assessment roil should hand in their statements immediately to the assessor. He will be found at his office In the court house from 6 a. m. to 8 p. m. AH assessment blanks must be In by August 1st. J. F. WARREN. County Assessor. CHICAGO. Light H mm, Mlfrb B3aWWfigS &,3&&tffl ra 1S1YEAST Aitier A L OF MEETS Clothing if And Must With the expectation of a large Clothing Trade at the end of the fishing1 season, I placed large orders in MEN'S SUITS ot all kinds to arrive before July 15th, and whereas these Goods are now upon my hands, and must be sold within the expected time, I have concluded to put the knife clear in to the quick, by marking the Suits at prices that will close them out without fail. LOOK AT PRICES Men's Dark Mixed All Wool Business Suits $10 00 Men's Mixed Cassimere Sack Business Suits 13 50 Men's Mixed Cassimere Frock Business Suits 18 50 Men's California Cassimere Sack Business Suits-. . 15 00 Men's Silk Mixed Black Sack Business Suits 17 50 Men's Black Diagonal Sack Dress Suits 17 50 Men's Black Diagonal Erock Dress Suits 17 50 Men's Finest Dress Suits from $"20 to $32.50, equal to any Suit made by Merchant Tailors. I also have just received a largo stock which must be disposed of, in Boys Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Shins, Underclothing. Hosiery, Etc., Etc. NO GOODS MISREPRESENTED ! ATI GrOOC3.S Marked in Plain Figures Lb Hi PYTHIAN BUILDING, GO TO THE 0. K. Hair Dressing Saloon Parker House, Main St., Far a flrat-class Share, scientific Hair-cut. and hygienic Shampoo, etc, H. Da PARK, Prop. w CITY BOO GRIFFIX STATIONERS f - Everything new received B C. K. BAIJT, H.J. nAUT. EXCELSIORM ILL. Having built and reQtted tt! Tft naprOTgd. m'Jchtnery the above mill at la go expense, ive aro now prepared to MANUFACTURE And Fnrnlsh all Kinds and Sizes el Sash, Doors, Blinds, And every description of Mill "Work with Promptness and Dispatch. Mouldings, Turning nnd Bracket "Work a Specialty All Kinds of Finished Lumber for Sale. We eordlally Invite onrlriends and the pub lic to give us a call. Cor. GcnevieTe and Astor Sts., Astoria, Or. BAIN & IIART, Proprietors. MiHiinniiiasiniBtiis33asBisiEti:si3EBaasiKSSira:a:! D A MO N 1 i 5nicaaiaiiiiiiiiii2Ksax3X35SEs::i:: The Leading Clothier and New Goods! IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. Men's, ovitlis' and Soys' CL0TH1N Hats and FurmsMng Goods. &"Fn?ZST GOODS AT THE LOWEST PKICES..S: d S Uulli Be Sold AND QUAL1T and One Price to ASTORIA, OREGON. W. E. DEMENT & CO. exyes: sts, ASTORIA, - - - OREGON Carry in Stock, DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET and FABGY ARTICLES. Prescriptions carefully Compounded & KEED, NE W SJ3EALER S - as soon as published. Holdeu's Auction Rooms f Established January 1st, 1S77. 1 E. C. HOLDER, Real Estate and General Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, henanuta Street, - Astoria, Oregon. Auction sale of Suadrles every Saturday, at 10 :30 A. at., at mv Auction Rooms. Will conduct Auction Sales of Real Lstate. Cattle, and Farming Stock wherever de sired. , Cah Returns Promptly made after Salfs. Consignments respectfully solicited, Xotarv Public for the Mate or Oregon. Commissioner of Deeds for Washington Territory. At;ent for Daily and "Weekly Oregontan. y Styles! JCSrEBST! I.wuic-ixa M 1H HH 0FX im. fli V 2& ifriliife&..