The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883, January 08, 1881, Image 1

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Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning. January 8, 1881.
Vol. xiv.
So. 6.
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GENERAL EASTERN SEWS.
BT MAIL AND TKMWKAril.
Shake VlH I'p.
Chicago, Jan. 6. The TrHmiio's
New York special, eoiiiiiientiii on
the Morey matter, says: When
Lonergun, the detective, decides
to tell his story there will be x
shaking- up such as has not been
before heard of in connection with
the affair. He has chosen lo re
main silent until .layne sliould
make some definite charge, and
now that the insinuation has Ixmmi
thrown out it is quite probable
there will be an airing of the ques
tion that may not be to the liking
of some who have endeavored to
fallen the guilt on outside parties.
Advance on Orkt:ili:im:i.
Si. Louis, Jan. G. George M.
Jackson, one of the Ocklahania
colony leaders, returned this morn
ina'. H says that when he left
there were 100 colonists till in
camp, and a new plan had been
adopted, to be put in force as
socn as the weather mildest prac
ticable. The idea of going en
masse has been abandoned, and the
colonists propose to break up in
small squads and move u: by a
score or more of routes. After
they reach the public lands they
anticipate no trouble. Colonists
are beginning to strike in from
different points and the military
have been forced to split up, a
detatchment having just gone to
Arkansas city to intercept a party.
Disagreeable "Women.
San .lose Jdeicuij.
disagreeable woman is like a
vacuum; there is no place for her
in nature. She is a parody upon
herself. Jf there is a touch of
beauty about her, she gives those
she meets the sort of shock one
would feel on taking what appears
to be wine, and is in reality vine
gar. Fortunately she very seldom
is beautiful, in the true sense of the
word. Nature does not lend it
self to shams. It is pitilessly
exacting. Sweetness of face must
re-.uk from sweetness of disposition.
The face is not a mask, but a mir
ror. It reveals everything with
terrible ingenuousness. Amiabili
ty i not to be simulated to the
observant eye. Vou cannot stamp
the marks, the lines, the (lowing
curves of the agreeable on your
fate, unless you have the quality
in'ywur bicast. For this reason
the disagieeable woman is never
really beautiful. Her features, at
their best, remind you of etchings;
the effects have been "bit in" by
acids. The forms of the disagree
able in women are infinite, but the
effect of all is the same. In place
of attraction there is repulsion; in
place of love, pity if not scorn;
in place of happiness, sour discon
tent. The disagreeable woman is
irksome to every created thing, in
cluding herself. There is positive
ly only one way to deal with her
turn her into a joke. In that way
she may be made tolerable, like
the Frenchman's slippers useless,
but just available as the basis of a
rajrout.
Fishing if made easj by an elec
tric tiah hook which excited much at
tention and curiosity at the Berlin ex
position. It is attached t a boat,
which can le directed noiselessly to
ward any point of the water by means
of a helix and wheel work. When
reaching the desired location it an
chors itself against wind and stream
while the line and hook glide into the
walfcr. The boat contains an electric
battery and an induction coil, so ar
ranged that the slighest bite completes
the electric circuit. Immediately,
with the rapiditj' of a flash, under the
action of an electro-magnet, the line,
hook and fish are raised into the air:
a little bell rings to inform the fisher
man of the capture, so that he can
draw the boat ashore and" detach the
fish.
Letters from the People.
Land for the Innlles.
La Ckntkk, Clarke county, Dec.
2(th. 1 have seen a piece in the
Vancouver Independent copied
from Tiik AsToiciAX, headed "Xe
hnlem Valley.' If settlers want
to come and take up land, let them
commence at the falls of Votings
river, working up stream back of
the Bald mountain to Green moun
tain. light through to Lewis and
Clarke river there is a level bottom
.of land into the Nelmlem, known
as the big bottom. But very few
white men ever traveled that route.
You eau go to Saddle mountain, in
six miles that way, instead of go
ing tlie old military road. 1 here
is. some splendid land this side of
the six mile canyon of Lewis and
Clarice river: room for a dozen
families. Then cross the ridsje. j
alHiut four miles further, alonir the
trail at the other side of the ridge,
you will come across better land
than there is in the Nehulem, or in
Oregon in fact. In a few years
there must be a railroad there.
Some company must see it soon.
Abtorians are too slow in their
movements, they are waiting for
somebody to strike the precious
metals in there or the coal they
want. I tell you it is there. Along
that route of the Astoria and Win
nemueca railroad there is gold,
silver and copper, plenty of it;
also coal, chalk, limestone and lead.
There is not so much snow there
as in Clarke county. 1 found
plenty of snow two months ago at
mount St. Helen and mount
Rainier. lt was like crossing the
Alps in an open boat. t. oV.
The new rules for covering short
age in imported cargoes entered at the
custom huusc require that, m addition
to the aflidavit of the captain of the
vessel, there shall be preduced: 1. A
declaration from the foreign shipper,
attested before a United States consul,
certifying that the missing goods or
articles were not shipped, and that
the value thereof had been refunded
to the consignee in the United States.
2. A similar attested certiGcate from
the agent of the transportation com
pany setting forth the non-shipment,
and that the freight charged therefor
on the bill of lading had been credited
or refunded.
"How to oo"k a salmon" is thus
told by Mr. Friemersdorf, of Cardiff,
Wales, win made a tour of this vicin
ity last winter, wrote a long letter,
upon his return home, to a paper pub
lished at Ayr, England, in which he
vividly describes his impressions of
the conntry in geuend. He says:
"November 18. Bought a silver sal
mon, weighing 1! lbs., fiom an old j
IiuliHii, forlOd. I never tasted a.
finer. It was cooked in the following)
way, which I would highly reeoni
mend. After the iish hd been elean-
edit whs sliced iu pieces 11 meuoB
thick, and after having been seasoned
with pepper ami salt and a little
lemon juice each piece was folded in a
sheet of note iiper, which had been
previously buttered, and tied up and
placed on a griddle and done ovor a
wooden lire till brown. I never tasted
anything more delicious."
The light-house board reports that
little needs t be done to complete
the system of coast lights. Glairy of
the light-houses need "to be rebuilt.
The recommendation m made that
fifty thousand dollars should be appro
priated for experimenting as to the
merits of the electric light as compared
with other illuminations. The total
of the appropriations asked for is
about two and a half millions. In
this connection it may be well to state
that foreign vessels frequenting our
ports are not subject to light dues, as
American vessels ;ire iu the ports of
the United Kingdom and other lead
ing European countries. In view of
the disadvantages under which Ameri
can ships are obliged to contend in
competition with the flags of other
nationp, it would be no more than
right to exact light dues from foreign
tonnage entering our ports.
Frank Fahnr has removed in
to Dr. Kinsey's building" on Water
street. On the road to the steamer
.. .-.... i. , ;": uLr
last, it will now be handy to drop m
and 'et a cup of coffee.
J
Buy The Weekly Astobi.v" in
post-paid wrapper for ten cents, and
send it to some friend in the east. It
.'. lmt. U.n,. , I.....
is better than a letter.
HorM1 Education.
Ill something we have written says
the editor of the Farmer, "we have an
indistinct recollection of having made
reference to a general riisjMfcsition
Among hoys in their teens, as well as
boys of maturer years, to enlighten
and folwss the world with their pro
found knowledge of the horse and his
history. Our books and newspapers!
r n r it i- i r i- ...- ...i
are full of this kind of literature, ana
it varies in style from the production
of the child at school, commencing
with: Thj horse has four lt-s and a
tail:
schi
his
the glory of his nofetrils is terrible,
He siiielleth the buttle afar oiF, the
thunder of the captains xnd the'
shouting. Between those two ex-
treiuus of the child at his first school !
composition, xnd the professional
literature, we have every grade of pre
tention, and each professing to have
mastered the whole subject. As we
approach the clo&e of this nineteenth
century, we begin to look for some
thing better in this department of
knowledge from thooe who assume to
instruct " And it is to he found
I.
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ivenualls l realise on tlie horse, sent .
by niRil to any person for twenty-live
cents, postage paid. Apph to The
Astokian ollicc, or address D. C. Ire
land, Astoria, Oregon.
Syphon Study Lamp.
Hon. I. W. Case, of Astoria, in
placing the new Syphon study lamp
on the market, would call the atten
tiutiou of the trade to some of its
merits. Its lUummatim qualities are
not equnlled by any study lamp m use. I
ti ' i i mi- i-i. i
itnt, a biemiy, uniiiuiit niii; ib
tree xroiii nnpiea-sniu oaor;uocs not imp
either when burning or not burning;)
easily lighted and trimmed, and is ;
...:i. .. fv .a:. .. i, ,.. ,.....:
without exception, the most coueni-
entiampio un ever maue. uirections
accompanying each lamp. Call upon j
Mr. Case and buy one. lie sells them
at remarkable low rates. i
.
3Iallet. ;afT and Copper iiiuulleH.
Canuerymens work will be done in i
good style by Henry ballon, Astoria,
Oregon. If you will give him 3'our
orders now- he can be doing the work
in dull times, making it advantageous
to all parties.
Central Hotel.
TlnCnlrnl liAtnl. mtnr Mu fcfnnm-
up to the elooiteiit tribute of the ' will do a better job for les money than
dar when he quote from Jeb: That " 0TJKY.7.IY "AS -l'1? m l,K
neck is clothed with thunder and ........lajW iofr vim l..t nmr p..m.
ship dock is now open for the recep- j assets, aljequal to cash, amount -to
tion of guests, where the well known SS,o52,S77 11.
caterer, Mr. Anton Beloh will always Julm 1o " lia3 :nsl reCcived at
be found ready to wait on lnJpatrons. the Central market a large invoice of
He has had the above named house , coal oUj :issortcds brand, and for sale
thormighly rehtted by Messrs. Pike at reduced nites. He also keeps a
and Stockton, our well known artists. nwTa assortment of groceries, Ym
Call and see linn, as he has the. finest , MOWt tobacco, cigars, fruits and vege-
oramis ot liquors ami cigars to oe nau
in iim iil'.
Salmon Set Twine.
Geo. W. Hume 1ms just received a I
lur" sliiiimiiiit: ot IluAttnir iyw Sill-
huh net kw which he is soiling' at
.San Francisco prices. Also CotUnt,
tViW om JiiHitfii re, iu quantities
" :""' . ""y,..giulsc.,.mi
IMK1KS ill JI1IUI7.
A nice lot of oastum oysters at
j Columbia. (Jail umiml. Vou will find
J them lirat clu.
Fr tT " hrt-, ,. lor ' Astr:. i
,, 7 . . r ----, j
can ior tne (.;hkiwhi ismeeiy utct
acknowledged to be sirporior to all
others. $
If vou want a ood bitr ovster
stew in style, cull around "to Tom ' r Valuable and lraetical In
Suiiths. next dKr to P. H. Fox, 3Iain i formation, and Containing an
street Astoria, Oregon. Open at all' IXOKX OF OISKASKS.
lours. j -viiic-l gies- the syijiptonis. caase ami the
s!n.. !.. Plunixco ctnrf.wl 1.. hrnw 1 iUr Treatment of each ; a table siving all
7bll,2" "mose rtod to brew u. rtlt.ilnli .inigstiMd fortbe Horse.with
"cheap San r rancisco beer there is the ordinary dise. effects and antidote when
little or no demand for that article nj?g tll$
any more. Gill for the Columbia j for telliiis the age of the Horse : C. engniv
brewerybeor, if you want something " showing the Iiniwrtant iwliiN in the
tttuul structure of the lmise. also illustrating posi-
During the absence of Mr. Carl
Adler from the city, Mr. Chas. Moifett
will have the entire management of
his business, and he will cummence at
once by reducing prices of everything
suitable to dull limes. Everybody
can be assured of being treated well,
and furthermore will find out by care
ful examination of gowds and prices
that Adlers store is the place to do
your buying. You can always find
what you ask for in large variety.
Fresh leaf lard at Warren and
Eaton's.
Cannerymen would gain much by
leaving us their orders for incidental
printing now.to be done leisurely dur
ing the winter months saving time
and money, and avoiding the risks of
a spring rush of work.
Adler is selling school books very
low.
, P. Wilhehn. Boss saloon, opposite
, i.ii siaiciiuon uuiei, i oru.tnu, wrt-on.
,
Yt lien von want a dish of nice
Eastern Oysters done up a la mode, or
a srood steak, or a fmsrant cud ofi
j coffee, call at Frank Fabres on the I
roadway, and he will accommodate,
! A i.iii
I you. Open at all honrs.
AROUND THE CITY.
-A full assortment of counter and
uroeers scales, can lie found at 31. C.
Crosby's, at bottom prices.
P. .1. Goodman, on Main street. lias
just received the latot and moat fash
ionable Ntylc of sent ami ladies boot.-,
-.loe. etc.
For a first-cla oyster stew, fry,
p3ii-roat or fancx ro-t,so tolioseoes,
" 'T1 V r i i0,T! i . i m
I-awilK'wSMpplHtlnv tit hundred or the
,i- oll,wVnr in ilio sludl
Mr. J. Stewart. ouc and marble
cutter of Astoria will mmntutce satis
faction to all ordering work of luui.aiHl
tracts for work of thi kind it "would 1k
well to call upon Mr. Stewart
- - -
AMUSKJttiSTS.
Hill's Vai:iktib. Geo. Hill, pro
prietor. Fred Here, manager. The com
pany at present consists of the following
talented artist.. Cemedians: Mr. Chas.
Nickoron. one of the oldest minstrel
peformers in America: Mr. .lohn llal
let. one of the favorites of the Pacific
coast ; Mr. A. .1. Markey. the celebrated
Irish delineater: Mr. Fred Gere, in
dutchiin: Mr. Dean and Mr. Moricc
iK.in.nli.). fr (Unnnliii- ,-intt nlol.t
lilt Itllltl , .' . V II Itllltl! . IIWHII .UUil)
.Hill lllll lllflll. Jll. V 11111 H" Ulll lll. IIUII1-
: . aml E iiat Mmnimi: Mr. Geo. Lam
bert, lender of brass, band: Mr. Richard
llruee. narc drummer and vocalist.
This evening the eer Hpulnr first part
with Mr. Xiekersoii and hi tamborine,
Mr. Ilallet and his bones, Mr. Cere in
terlocutor. The first part to conclude
with 'All the World a Mage, and Men
and Women merely Actors." Entire
change of programme this evenius. A
new olio of iecialtie. eonsistmir of
solids ami ilanei. Irish. dutcli and ne.iiro
itcentrieities. and the ClirMinas play1
entitled. rk fur All." bv Niekerxm,
Markey ami Gere. ANo a neuni.tkctcli.
"The Demon of the ikkLs." by Ilallet.
lekeixm and Gere. Also Mr. Charles
i;rne in mi appropriate guitar solo.
jir. Kiehard Bruce in a Miare drum solo.
A Merry Christinas and a Happy New ,
Year to all. The performance to open !
with our ever impulnr minstrel tirst
t Nrw orPIPitral sou.ctious and I
cw mXbv ou tu. gRIIM stailli under:
the leadership of Mr. Georpe Lambert
at G p. M. The entertainment will
b !,t,I v- ' h,,tnV'ce on, Uvnimt
street. Private boxes on Chcnamus.
-Handsom' wedding-presents at
the Citj' Uookfetore.
J. W. Gearhart has some A No. 1
apples, and a general assortment of
dried fruits.
Mr. Wm. Loeb is agent at Asto
ria for the Germania Life Insurance
company of New York. This is one
of the soundest companies doing busi-
ness m lue United states. Its total
tables uf best flUn;t.f which he offers
I at small profit for cash.
A Men-iful Man Is Merciful to Ids Ki-Mst.'
O.M.Y 'Mi C'KXTS.
650.000 ALREADY SOLD ! !
Atmitlscon tlie
xvs
AimI Ills I1hc;im. 15
I B.J. A j&A BA LL, M.I).
lions assumed by sick horses in dilTereui dl
eases. A valuable collection uf receipts,
many o which would cost a horse-owner
three to live dollars each.
EVERY FARMER SHOULD OWN
THIS BOOK.
Thousands who have seen it commend it.
and many good horsemen have extolled it iu
tin? higuest terms, even stating that thev
prefer it to books which cost U) to lu u).
llonot throw away your inonev in the pur
chase of costly Itooks on the Horse, which
are so full of Idin phrases and technical
terms as to be unintelligible to the average
reader but,
BUT KENDALL'S TREATISE.
A book of loo page, iu ianer covers, giving
you more practical information than Is con
tained in .some large volumes at far higher
cost. Having examined tills book thorough! v
we are satWied no
HORSE-OWNER
Would hesitate a moment almut investing 25
cents in Its purchase, if he did but know the
value or its contents. Recognizing the de
sirability of having such practical informa
tion as our fanning friends dally need iu
their business, provided at reasonable cost
Instead of being obliged to pav the enormous
profits demanded by the rublLshers of most
Agricultural Rooks, we have secured
Several Hundred Copies
. or lls vama,,,e mtle Treatise on the Horse.
i single copies of which we shall be pleased to
' mail to any reader of tldsaper, postage prc-
raia b us-,,n TO'i" r
S3 OjE33STu?S
IJemlttances'may be made In currency,
vcrorstH,"Ih- i"0'? . v
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Astoria. Oregon.
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BANKING AND INSURANCE.
BANKING ANDJNSUBANCt
X. W CASE,
BROKER, BAHKER
AND
INSURANCE AGENT.
ASTORIA, --- OREGON.
OFFICE HOURS:
FROM S O'CLOCK A. M. UNTIL 4
O'CLOCK P. M.
Home Mutual Insurance Co.,
OF CALIFORNIA,
.1. K. HOL'OIITOV
chas. i:. stokv
t;:o. L. Stokv
President
.... ... . Secretary
...Agent for 0i;on
Capita! paid up in U. S. poll I
coin $ JOO 000 00
I W. CASE. Agent.
Clteii&mus street, Astoria. Oregon.
867,000,000 "CAPITAL
LIVERPOOL AND LOON AND
GLOBE.
N'OSTK 2RITISH 11D MERCAN
TILE OF LONDON AND
EDINBURGH.
OLD CONNECTICUT OF HART
FORD, AND
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
.FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
. . , ,,...
Representing a capital of C-.O00.O00.
A. VAX DUSEX. Agent.
HOTELS AND PvESTAURANTS.
-
. "
a. j. mkolki:.
r.s. WISIOHT
niTni-vr n
otu,,UJ "
MEGLEIt & WRIGHT.
HOTEL.
Proprietors.
Ifttoria, Oregon.
milE PKOPUIKTOItS ARK HAPPY TO
X aiiuounce that the above hotel has been
repainted and refurnished, adding preatly to
the comfort of its quests and is now the best
hotel north of San Francisco.
Pioneer Restaurant Hotel.
MAIN STKEKT. - - ASTOKIA
3Irs. S. X. Arrlsonl. Proprietor
THETKAVELINC; PUBLIC WILL FIND
the Pioneer first class in all respects.and
a share of their patronage is resjectfully
solicited.
Z3f Hoard and lodging by the day or week.
Post-office Restaurant.
MAIN STREET, - - ASTOKIA..
" .lOSEI'H MATTHEWS. PKOPK.
miHS ISAFIKSTCISS KESTAUItANT
JL kept on the European plan. Fresh oys
ters iu eery style. Main street, between
CIiemuniLs and Sqitcuiocidie.
c. w. KNOWI.ES.
CLAICIttTOOX
PORTLAND. - -
AU7.IKr.KR.
HOTEL,
- - OREGON
ZIEBER KN0WLES, Proprietors.
i-ree ciwcii m ami irom me noue.
iH5Tiik I) ii.v Astoihan N on file at tlie
Clarendon Hotel reading rwin.
.J., --"-. Jl ,.-.."
H 0TE LZUR RHEINPFALZ,
henry larriiE. - - manager.
K KnHit street, itctweeii Maui and SaliiKUi.
iviiiti .vii oiii!i.v
ItiKirdaiiu UmIujiut. ikt week
-s5 f0
Iioaiii atMl iigiiif.iKria
1 W I
I m'HH'itiuvr nt'iir ituiiir miuii u :; in
I oniaiHI.
IMMIH turn ifnipm ..., a wi
temrdt without lodging) ht week IWlHau DatS StraU Wnnti Ffr
M.-aisa.-.eeia; iJHtgutgi'ito.ioceiiLs. i nay, Uttia, OlfdW, TiUUU, ClU
ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASSig;
Ovstoi- Snloim.
MAIN STREET. ASTORIA.
fjiiiK. i .Mii-.uniii.r.ii i riiwatu "
jl. annwuiice 10 me
Ladies and Gentlemen of this City
Tliat he is now prewired to furnish for them,
iu first class style, and cery style,
OYSTERS. HOT COFFEE. TEA, ETC.
VT TIIK
Ladies' and Gent's Oyster Saloon,
MAIN STREET.
Please give me a call.
ROSCOE DIXON, Proprietor
The New York Oyster Saloon
Will serve to their customers from this
ate as follow-:
TEA, COFFEE, CHOCOLATE.
KaMern OyHterx Alway.s on Haud,
And will le kept as a first class Oyster Sa
loon, in first class stj le.
DANIEL GRANT. Manager.
IE2. -A.. TJIZKTKr.
dealer in
FAMILY fiKOCERIKS.
xaitjs, 3iir.r. fkki xxn hay.
Cash pidd for country prtMluce. Small
profits on cjlsU sales. Astoria, Oregon, cor
ner of Main and Sqiiemncahe stnvts.
AVAK IS IKC'IiAEI WITHOUT
FURTHER XOTICE
And no terms of peace until every man in
Astoria has a newsult of clothes
NADU JttY MEAXY.
IjM)k at the prices :
Pants to order from - - S 00
Pants. Cenulne Fnnch Casslmere - 12. J50
Suits from - -- -- -25 00
Tlie finest line of samples on thr coast to
select from. ' r.J.JIEANY.
Mf reliant Tailor, Parker HoiLse, Astoria,
BUSINESS CARDS.
THl IMIICKS,
PENTIST,
ASTOItIA,
- OKEGOK.
Itoonis in Allen's Irtiikliag up stairs, corner?
of ChssjuuI Siiemoen.lte street.
T A. MelXTOSSII.
MERCHANT TAILOR,
OccRleat IItel RuildiHg.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON.
i. w. noitit. c. av. FULTOir
1IOBB it FITLTO:.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
ASTOKIA. ---- 01IEGOK"
Ofttee In D. K. "Warren's lHiihling, p stair
nppoiite the Occident Hotel.
Q. A. BOWLRY.
ATTORNEY AT LA"W.
CheiiHiniis Street. - ASTOKIA. OKEGON
TT)K. 31. tK ,TEXXIXS.
PHYSICIAN AND Sl'KGEOX.
Graduate University of Virginia. 183.
Physician to Kav View hospital, Itultimoro
Citv.isni-TO.
tilliee in the Astokian Imihlins:. lately oc
cupied by the Wt stern Unfair Telegraph
ct)iii(Hiny, Astoria.
A VAN DUSEN.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Corner Cass and Jefferson Streets,
ASTOKIA, OKEGON.
Agent Wells, Fargo & Co.
q ii. isAiar & co..
DKAI.KK IN
Iooi-. AVindoAVs. itlinds. Tran
snms, Luinber. Ete.
isa-Kills of tnateral and estimates raada
without charge.
Steam Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. Gen
e vive and At or streets.
WM. niliKXIIAItT.
Occident Hotel Hair Dressing Saloon
ASTOKIA - OREGON.
Hot. Cold, Shower,
Slcain and Sulphur
BATHS.
ES'-'Speoial attention given to ladies' and
hildren's hair cutting.
Private Entrance for I-adies.
TAY TIJTTIiE. M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Ofkice Over the White House Store.
KESinKM'K Net door to Mrs. Munson's
boanling house, Ciienainas street, Astoria,
Oregon
OPILES.
The undersigned Is prepared to furnish
a large number of Spiles and Spars at bis
p'acemi short notice, at reasonable rates.
Apply to C. (5. CAPLES,
Columbia City.
1 G.FAlliFOWL & Sc5n
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS IO
Portland and Astoria, Oregon.
Refer by iermi-sion to KoKers.Meyera&Co..
Allen & Lewis. Corbitt iMacleay.
Portland. Oregon.
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3IAKER,
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store. - Astokia. Oiikcon.
;3r- lyrfcet fit;, guaranteed. AH work
J Joranied. Give ihu a trial. AH orders
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J. H. D. GrKAY,
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Wliolesjile ami retail dealer in.
ILL KIXDh OF FEED,
Oeneral storage and AVharfage on reason
aide terms, root of Kenton street. Astoria
Oregon. ;. l.vi-Aiii.s.
CS-X-AZIER,
ASTORIA. --- - OREGON,
Wiltcontnu't for work iu Ids line and fur
nish the glass, small jobs done to order.
Cass street, next iliMirfn tli.fnnit-nf .Ioffr
son. sireet. Astoria, Oregon.
T V. OltCIIAKD,
DENTIST,
Dental Itoonis
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riiotoraph Ruilding.
J. T. B0RCHERS,
CONCOMLY STREET. ASTOKIA,
Manufacturer and Packer of
CAVIAR, SMOKED SALMON.
Cash paid for fresh
BLACK STURGEON SPAWN.
Smoked Sturgeon, and smoked Salmon put
up in tilts to snip to any part of the world.
Also, troat bait (salmon egs) put up in cans
and warranted to keep anv length of time.
Depot at I'ojiers Central Market, comer of
Cass and Chenamus streets. Astoria.
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Wilson & Fishef
DEALERS IX
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LUBRICATING OILS, COAL OIL,
PAINTS AND OILS.
Sheet, Round, and Square Prepare
Rubber Packing.
PROVISIONS, MILL FEED,
GARDEN SEED, GRASS SEED.
Which will be exchanged for couutry pro
duce or sold at lowest prices.
Corner Chenamus and Hamilton Streets-
ASTORIA, OREGON.
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