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Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, January 20, 1881.
GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS.
KY MAIL AN1 TKtWKAI'H.
A Memorial lo llailliir-
T ...r.av f 1-;A JoiuitnticMl
J.VF.S1V.'. Mll" A. --J. , - I . ' 1
, , .. .. . i ! though the wheat market m hng-
of members of pariMnt V"!1 1 lNd is slowly improving, prices
on Gladstone to-day on the irs"jhero do not respond, awl many
land question, nnd presented a me- j hold t is are ;onvineed of the futil
morial roconimemling', us esheiilinl i ity of further waiting for better
I onler to secure unity and en-
thusiasm among the liberals in
parliament, nnd contentment in
Ireland, tlmt the land bill bhall
include a comprehensive soh'iine
f peasant prosperity; also recom
mending the consideration of the
subject of the reclamation of waste
lands. The deputation discussed j
the sullied in a conversational j
manner for fully two hours. Glad
stone said he was glad to have an
opportunity of hearing their views,
ami he hojved that he would not
introduce any bill which would le
ineffectual. The Standard this
oveniii"- say: Wo understand
the deputation deemed the result J
of their interview as unsatisfac
tory. Irish Oniccr in Parliament.
LoxikjN, -Ian. 13. On th-j re
sumption of the debate on the ad
dress to the Queen, Shaw Lefevre,
secretary to the admiralty, said he
believed the mere parsing of coer
cion bills would probably be sulli
eicnt to terminate the state of
tenor in Ireland, and the govern
ment would not be obliged to en
force its exceptional powers. The
present state of Ireland, he said,
was largely due to conservative
neglect of the Irish question, and
he trusted that parliament would
now be prepared to deal with live j
land laws in a generous spirit, so
as to secure their permanent set
tlement, and that the question
would be dealt with in accordance
with Irish, rather than English
ideas, and the debate was then
Minn in I'anscr.
London', Jan. VI. A dispatch
from Buenos Ay res, dated the 10th
ays: The latest telegrams an
nounce that the Peruvian army is
encamped at C-horillas, nine miles
s.outh of Limn by rail, and that
he Chilians are at Lurin. A bat
tle is believed imminent. Lima is
guarded by the jHlicc and the
foreign toideiits. A number of
dynamite mines have been placed
at various points outside the city.
PACIFIC COAST XEW.S.
15V MAIL AM TKI.K:Kl'll.
Tccsox, Jan. 1.1. The overland
-.fka;e was attacked by Indians mid
way between Alesilla and fort
I'uiiiuiinrrs, New Mexico, yesler
lay. The driver and all the pas
sengers, so far as known, were kill
ed, and the bodies were horribly
mutilated. Two mules were killed
in the melee, and the lemainder
were stolen, together .with other
stock in the neighborhood. The
bodies of three men and the driver
have been brought into Cuinminjrs
for burial. The Indians are sup
posed to be made up of a remnant
of Victorios band and other rene
gade Indians, and number from
forty to fifty warriors. Two com
'panies of soldiers have been sent
in pursuit of the Indian, but as
the latter have about eighteen
hours start, will hardly overtake
them before they reach the fast
nesses of the neighboring moun
tains. Notorious Convict Kscnpctl.
San Rafaki Jan. 15. Yhen
the time arrived for lockiii"; up at
the. prjson yesterday, Jacob Clark,
the notorious stage robber, was dis
covered to be mission1. He was
one of the celebrated Shorty Have
gang, and w:us sent over at the
same time as Hayes. It is said
that he had about fifty years to
BY MAIL ANJ TKMSCK lll
- ,s i i-
bAN l'KANCISCO, .lull. JG.
- AS ' T.2. 7. ' T 5.T
1ITIM Ul wimui iriii;i nii; ai tur
rnt rate, and exporter find 110
difticuhv in supplying; ihir wants.
It Iih.s Im'cii said at the uuattrac-
1 . . . ...
t"'e pries ,M're " s'MIhes Jrom
last bteaniiT broujrht 11,33!) cen
tals, which is of no iiuiortance ex
cept as indicating that the present
strimjency of tonnage on the Co
liin the low" pi ices inline
for wheat in that quarter will prob
ably eause dealers to seek an out
let for their grain through this
port, and in that way the surplus
for export Itere will be consider
ably swelled. The disengaged
tonnage in jxirt is being steadily
riMluced. and as much of that'NiirliLs
ciutrtered'isin the hands of produc-'of
i i i
or. or speculators who are snipping "ine writer reniemners to nave
their wheat for market, loading 'heard is about as follews:
will proceed rapidly if the weather In the early days of the mining ex-
continues favorable, and a marked chemunt in California, a miner, more
reduction in the wheat tonnage advoiitumiiB than any of his fellows.
mav be looked for during the etir- Pod h,s Sf,',ta' acr the
, . . , . coast nuiuc. and armed with his trusty
rent month. 1 he barlev market is ride aml uppllcd with necessurv niIll.
quiet, and overland shippers are ,, impleniunts, explored the ulches
indifferent about purchasing ex-.and ravines of the foot-hills near the
cept when concessions are made, seashore. One lucky day he struck it
bv sellers. Holders of choice
ness in nrorress and rates ireneral-
Iv are steady. The market for
made in (juotations
The followinsr was anion";
lm;ini;s. t r:m;ftoil in rho So-
f.tir.rk! .rrtni.Ti Mir rotnnin firm
-. , i"n i - i i solitarv miner with no one at first to. ",e,"m,,rrs'He un" " M,r uul ? (H CI MEAT
Feed is dull and weak. Corn and sowry mmcr, wtin no one at nrsi to hs (, s Al,,.rsOI, knw , ., .asiWr nwi-. . vi.i
13 fpi. .,.. .molest him, erected a cabin in the muuity of .Worm. Ami in ihk1umhi. wlh I ,..., -,, ., .,,.
oats are neglected. I he merchan- ; wiidornes3 tvith thc sulc thtlII..ht of" lhat i.' fl C. S. Amler..m MfcULEK & UH.
dise ni.irkct iThiIiit no ehauro of' :.... r. ..j i r. .. Ietttr m hi wlfes imisscisIihi. ami all im- :
. ;.,: . ,f .- .iihiiiS . online ami leuiiuii i; tc .SJK..,k fr jts,.lf. n,.,,, ,A.aM. Anioria,
importance. 1 here is a good bust- his home and friends. Ami there, in $ npy-v Ver- re-m-cifnUx. '
. - - i !.?.. nf n il lx.niiir lukfn linn M.o lii.li-H.. Wi.sOII. I . A. Haaif Isull.
Linnn nee is weaK, una prices ior i.:. r. .""'... x. . o Xeii .i i ciriou. tne eonuori oi usgncsisaiuiisnowiue
mixed tend downward. The de- -hunter toiled as il for hie; and; F y.OlMin. hotel north of San FrancLsco.
j c -i-i i i dav after dav, tor nmnv wean' months, ' - - - ... .,.,... ,, .,,......
maud for uuicksilver lists ceased ad,icl to his store f wenltluuntil the! Have WjstarV I.alam of wild cherry "' K"- auziki.kk
since Ihe departure of the China time drew near'when he conlil wturo ! j'S CF.-ilSEADOA HOTEL.
steatner, but no chanire has been to hi, home with his imcfceU heavy . &J .... n,rEx
preme-court at Washi,..rtn, on'!?8 on tLe. .Ti11, Tre" S - '
jiiLuiu uuiiil n .. .i.-iiuiiwn, " i HOWeverf lus gold was too wollliidtleiLi
tho 10th: Isaac W. Lord, plain-!
.-.. . . . r -. i. - mi -
rsuites, district oi amoriua. i nis ,
was a suit brought by the plaintiff.
in error against me sieaniMiip com-,
. " i ir
pany to recover the value of a .
tiff in error vs. Goodail & Perk- t ", ".e savages set ure to BAN 10
I the cabin, burning it to the ground. mjj,
ms steamship company, in error, After they had left, the miner re-j. Wmihl like a few jniplls o eitln-r irf t
to the Circuit-court of the United' covered cMiiciousiivs.. but not his a TenJ-V?i!Jbj '"ilw r.n- sv.. .um
ciuautitv of goods shipped bv him back to his friends, the leend snith
c -!..:-. . J . . , 'iJii.it. But he did succeed in reacliins.
ami an Uiego, on tne compunys
steamer entuni. which was lost
.iii- . .
through negligence, as it is assert-
ed, of her oflicers. The court lie-
low chariied tlwt the provisions of
' , . ' .
sectHMi 4,M., oi the revised slat-
utes of the United State exempt-
ml the owners of vessels from all! " e k,Seml of, lh lst
...... , , , . , i cabin ami however improbable the
babiiity where damages, which oc-'torv mny ;
curred through negligence of the
master, but without the knowledge
or privity of the ownei. A
diet and a judgment were there-
fore rendered in favor of the de-
fendait. The plaiiitiiT in error
here contends that a steamer run
ning from port to port in the same
state is subject to state and not to
federal laws, and that, under the
laws of California, the defendants
in error are liable. This court i
holds that a vessel upon the high
seas, even thontrli she be running;
from port to port in the same state,
is in every just sense engaged in
commerce with foreign nations?
and that, therefore, she and the
business in which she is engaged
are subject to regulation by pow
er of congress. If the shippers of
the goods iu controversy had been
content with the facilities of trans
poitatiou which California as a
state possessed, their contracts
would have been governed by her
laws; but, since their goods enjoy
the protection of the United States
while on the high seas, they must
submit to the rules and regula
tions which the government has
prescribed for the protection of
those who enirajre in that kind of
commerce. Judgment affirmed,
with costs. Opinion of Chief
TIIE LOST CABIN 3I1XKS.
The History of Del Norte-A Leaf
Prom a New Book.
The history of Del Norte, by
A. J. Bledsoe, a new book to be
issued in April, promises to be an
interesting and instructive work.
The Record is permitted by the
author to make the following ex
tract from the manuscript:
Like many other twwns in
California, Crescent citv owes its
origin to that insatiable thirst for
gold which actuated and controlled
the movements of all early immi
grants to the Pacific. The event
which resulted in awakening an
inquiry in regard lo this part of
the sUite. and which eventually
brought about the earlv settlement
I of Crescent city, are of peculiar
interest. In jM!I-.jw a story was
circulated through the Pacific
Ciiast nvallins: the lerend of Cap -
. 1-- n T- i i i '
tain Kliuls hidileu treasure, and
surpaSMii": in imaginative tiuah
It'es" the Tables oi tlie Anibian
Tli... r,. .......v. .N!ni,ll,,,rti ." jasi a nniay
the storv, but the one which
. . i
rich. J lie rich earth yielded its yel
;lw treasures in abundance', and the '
the depths of the forest primeval, with
the giant trees, landing like Druids j
. i !
with hard-earned gold dust. Uut the ;
unerring Indian, ever eager for the -
blood of the white man, found his re- j
,rCatat last, alld attacking him with'
ovcrwliehiiin' numbers, left htm .sense-
to he easily found, and failing in their,
the light of his mind hnd "one
dJrf - flickerills flanie ufdhh
connected thoughts; bereft if his'
,.- ;, , ; . .,r "."""
:in" 't the home of civilization.
hv he succeeded in finding his way
his home, and tli
lere, after a short
l ir i
v hours before his
and memory re-
time, died. A few
Uotl ,,,s reason and nieinorj
Uiinied, and call.nc his fnend, to him
iiiiiiL-u, aiiii vieiiiii: ilia iiiL-iiu.i hi nun
hetoltl'tht;ln - (f hij, ,liUel
treasure. de;rihiiiir minutelv the lo-
iiy .f hif cabin .aml fnwi the
description he gave, it was evident'
ti.Ht lt wws humvA somewhere iu this
that it was circulated far ami wide.;
and that manv parties were fitted .
ver-jo"tnt different times to search for!,.,-
lu!,0,,n,,7JV l-sl one of these ;
V . " ""'."", '".-i"-
jivijri tiiuii, were in ine mciiiuy
of what is knowi
vi, as French hill,
lies from the ocean.
about twentv mi
Ascending the hill, they" saw be-'
fore them a broad expanse of.
ocean, with here and there an J,,.'
dentation in the ciMist line, and at!
one point in particular, a ueop in-
ueiuaiion in me tockv coast caused
.i . i ...i: i.. i... .
mem m ueiiee nun iiieie w;i iu
be foiMid a bavof consideiitble ex-
tent. 1 hen follows in the same;
chapter a description of the van-
nut? nvtwiHiliioio t I'--if- f I
wUJ vru.L.v.. .w l..... ..i.
George, and of the settlement of!
The New York Tribune of;
the 13th savs of Grant's article: I
"Tins paper will be sure to produce
a profound impression on both;
sides of the Atlantic. If it does,
not float the Nicaragua enterprise,
which Grant commends to the
American people as an American
canal on American soil, it will go
far toward sinking the French
scheme, which is already fasd as-
suminir the appearance of a giijan-
tic stockjobbing operation.-"-'
-.Neer gi slMpj)in without eon-s-ilthiji
the adviTll.siiMt eoliiiims of Tiik
Aao!tiAX. They will tell yon where.
thi' le?t Imrsaius are lo ln hiul. and just
w imi liieicimm are nnvc ami uoiii
To the Public.
A STOKIA. OKEOON. JANUARY. UXh.
JLX. issi. beg leave with a rejdy tyi s.
AHderMMiS answer iu to-days AsTftiUAN.
Wc dny hK talient gtren ami prMitrumi
him a liei. No doors wei clocked w UiNC.
S. Anlcro on Saturday turning last; h
siihi4 -iM"t a pleasant riming together
without any dnuikeitHe or diorderr any
nhvslral force whatever antiiLst Ihi fali-
Rer. ". S. Amlepon. a man of Ws siaii that
Hill acknowledge hi- oa ii crime in practice
ii mau wiuu-ssrs, ;ts nr if :;im r-aiumay
cveiif. ami lay tttuai Name on h, woman
h had mined, ami then come Ant with a
wrer to the public : such a' man JcH-ni's to
b- lareii ami lealliereil.
AmlerxHi i rom-erned
how a short time with 1
i irom itome
Imi have know -i In
hnt neerknew him
:eii bnite, a
;ieol l re-
IKtred te show an i
dation in writing
ear lutst in this.
him in the
'. W. Tiiayer.
warme-4 lrin it ixeriMr
In-, uei 'hhor for man 1
hbdi and inltneutia)
Ixith I-Iat and
et rortlaml. (
iiMn. strowlm.lpu Hro.. and a iiuiuIkt of
others who have known .laeoh a a ood.
whhsi ami imlii-vtnuti": man lor itianv vearx.
The eharse-. tliat .I.eol made atriisl tlii
l". -S. AmlerxHi la.-t .satnnlar evening, ami
tin" iiueUon that he aked him wa plaiidv
aii-wTed by this l. s. AmlerMHi. ami his
answer was an aoknottledsmeiil irf hisc rime.
ami if this U not salif;rtorv Hh-ii .laoli
i prewired to sImiw this r. s. Anderson
letters he liad written to his i.laeob'si wile
loiii ayearajjo. letters as found by daeid
lH"ani jotdn-. and s(jonHd. ami iHMoftWt? I
date. etc.. and the contents of sahl letters.
siM'ak for themM'Ive-. of the crime whieh
CTeiiing. Wo an- sorrr lor .lacol. that he
l.. ...1.1 ... S.. ............ .. ..I. . 1. .. x.. I
Hhmni nimr 111 nin.iii nun sih 11 a Hl.lll III
Amjnst. 1ST: : and anv woman that would
lake any fancy to sm-h a martted seiHimlrel
ibiii have a very poor choice. A manlm
Iris broKcn the heart of a wife in Sweden,
ami itcrc broken up a happy home in Kat
Portland. One year ago to'-dav .lacoh w:is
on his way to Seattle alter his- wife, who had
ncen there a few weeks with a lad v friend
ami while Mm? wh there this c. S. Amiersmi I
kept up a steady com'spondeiice of their ,
Irt of going to San Francisco, as well as '
writ nit: alHHit the crime committed long he-
fore she left hmtie. One ear ago to-dav
Tacoh found this t". S. Anderson on his wa'v
lo Seattle lint branched off at Kalama after
mailing a letter to Jacobs wife, and afer ar-
r'n itm in .Vstorui thw C. S. Anderson wrote a
letter, t ne evening oi tnc same day. to.iacob
Anderson. In justice to ourstdves'and warn
I. X. OImhi.
" "- vi-ioiiiii. iini nil iiiii'nt mill
Inm; complaints. .v cents aml-l a hot -
, ThACIIhi:. OF !
VIOLIN, PIANO, GUITAR COR
! ;6"OnIers left at Stevens & Sows book
,. will w promptly attended to
vM. M'A .1:
uan a ifisht
M IiiC lite
Hi yC Kili
men of 1
' f.mi: sale ok KENT.
. xH m.i. to juln r n pvkkfk '....vctlit
. 7-Ihi " at tin-Parker !&..; MAIN STI,hfc
0n it,- n:-i..-
IV07", K's "KUI-T.Y C.IVKX THAT tlh-
- co-part iiiTMiui hcrvtilori" -itins Ih'-
,.,,. luMt kK Knllon m the iwtav .rf U
i thisdax disMdvid l mutual .ihimiu.
AMtna. ,,. ., M ""
t w. Holt:t.
ATTORNEY AT rAW
iiUUKJIty AL LAW
astokia .... ORKCON
OBIcrow-r Wanra . liu.rtiN A-toiia jiar-
. Q w. FCI.TO.V. .
ATTORNEY AT LAW, j
astokia ... oi:i:t:ox.
JleiTlil 5C JfJclirlTffOl-,
j Blacksmiths and Machinists,
(apt. Kogt-r's old stand. AMK-a. Oregon,
neatne and di.tk.
-og Horseshoeing, Wagon
vjb mm j ,- , ,
f5fr!iS5. and Farm Work
e-Ali worK warranted and at reasmmWe
.1. A. MOVroOMF.KV.
STOVE AND TIN STORE
Sole Agents for the
Magee Standard Ranges. Etc.
astokia. - okkgox.
rERMAXIA BEER HALL
BOTTTjK BEER DEPOT.
CfiDf Ans Street. Astokm.
; Thtlle.t of Layer, t Ct.. a Gtttss.
t orders for tm
; CeleDKtfio CoiBiBDia Brewery
I"ft at this place will le prwtly atteml-
cheap San Frahrlsi'o P.ccrsoM at
t Vi nCir.K Prai.rinrnr
BANKING AND INSURANCE.
BANKING AND INSURANCE.
X, W. CASE,
- - - OREGON.
FROM s O'CLOCK A. M. UNTIL 4
O'CLOCK P. M.
il IwaDce Co.,
.1. K. HOt'OIITON
Pa. 1 Stouy
Atreiit for t "-"oil
CaHtal nh1 H hi U. S. &M
coin 5 ,iHt (n.Hi oo
I IV. CASIU Agent.
Cheiianms street. Astoria. Oregon.
42T 1100 000 PflPITiM
tpU I JJJiJJJ Onrllril-,
LIVERPOOL AND L0vn0N AND
N'OSTK BRITISH l?D MERCAN
TILE OF LONDON AND
OLD CONNECTICUT OF HART
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Kepreientinc a capital of S4J7.0O0.00O.
v VAN DUSEX. Vent.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
a. j. mkci.ki:. .s. wkigiit
rniiF. puopunrrons are happy to
JL anniHiuce that the above hotel has been
rcHiiutedamt refuniisheil. adding greatly to
1 ZIEBER & KNOWLES Proprietors. '
Free cw,ch to :u,1 from the ,,0lbe-
I cSion JffiSnt " men,lhC.
Pioneer Restaurant Hotel.
MAIN STKEET. - - - ASTOKIA
"IrM. S. X. Arrlxoui. I'roprietor
rTIHETKAYELIM; VcilUC WILL 1'IXIJ
JL the Pioneer first cla m all n.ixfts.anil
a Mmre of their patronage is respectfully
tsTPonI and hMlginshj theday or week.
:ET. - - ASTOKIA..
JOSEPH MATTHEWS. PKOPK.
i kcH iii th KnrnHn'phinr Fn-sh'ov
... ,..,. v..i,. i.,i vtn.it Iu-ihwi.
i;.VlnlIV.md so mmhIX-
i iHiiamnsami mpmimk.iiu.
mills IS A 1-TK.STCl.AS.S KETAlKANT
.HOTEL ZUR RHEIIVJPFALZ,
IIKVUV UllTIIK. - - M ANWOKlr
I K Front street, net ween Mam and Salmon, j
Iimrl and Lodging, jmt Hifk ?." Co :
I (Irani aiwl I jmI'Iii la-r il;i
1 00 i
i lsir.t i witlt.HU l..dxm m-'r wt-t-K.
MeaLs i'i ivnts ; intgrng i" to .lo cent'.
KememlMT Henry Kolhe when oit o to;
ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS
MAIN STKHKT. ASTOKIA.
rilHE CNDKKSICXKIi IS PLILVSEO TO
JL aniHMim-e to tin
Ladies' and Gentlemen of this City
That he N now v wred ti funiL-h for them,
in Brst clas siy K-. and every style.
OYSTEIIS. HOT Co'l'FEE. TE.. lTTC.
Ladies' and Gent's Oyster Saloon.
Please plve me a call.
KOSCOE DIXON, Pniprietor
The New York Oyster Saloon
Will .sene to their customers from .this
ale as follow :
TEA.. COFFEE. CHOCOLATE.
Eastern Oyiter Always on Hand.
And will he kept as a tlrt class Oyster Sa
hKin, in first cIiins .style.
. DANIEL (1KANT. Jlanager.
XAirS.lILI. FEKD AXD HAY.
Cash paid fir country produce. Small
profits on casii saW. Astoria. Oregon, cor
ner of Main and Suneiiioiiilie streets.
1VAK IS lKCInKI) WITHOUT
And no terms of 'Kwe until every man in
Astoria ha a new suit of clothes
niAI): KY .1IKAXY.
IjKk at the prices :
Pants to onler from - ?S CO
Pants-. (Senuine French Caslinere - rj CO
Suits fnmi - - - - - - 'St CO
The finest Hue of Miinples on the coast to
seleot f roni. - P. J. MEAN Y.
iterohttitt TaHor. Parker House. Astona.
PHYSICIAN AND SUltGKON.
Cnwlnate University of Vlreiniu. Ig68.
Physician to Iliiy A'iew Uosidtut. Bultfmora
Oi-kick In Page & Allen's lmildiitg, up
AVpi- I. HAKKlt. .11. I.
Okkick Next door to Capt. lingers rcsl
tieiH't. Cass St reel.
Offii k Hot its FrniM i a.m. to U a.m.
and from 2 e. m. to 4 i. m..
1 I HICKS.
Kootns in Altai's lwilding up stairs, corner
of Casaml SciiMWihe streets.
T A. -llflXTOSill.
Occident Hotel P.uiWing.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON".
Q. A. BOWLUY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Chcminnis Street. - ASTOKIA. OP.EGON
A VAN DUSEN.
Chenaiuits Street, near Occident Hotel,
Agent Wells, Fargo & Co.
Q II. BAIA ifc CO..
Doors "Windows. Itlinds. Traa-
Moms. I.unibir. Etc.
flsa-l!il!s of materials and estimates made
Steam Mill nearWoton hotel. Cor. Gen
BOOT AAD SHOE
Cukxamts STUEhrr. oppo.site Adler's Book
htore. - ASTOKIA. OllKGON.
3? Perfect fits guaninteed. All wert:
warraiited. (Jive me a trial. All orders
Occident Hotnl Hair Dressing Saloon
ASTOKIA - OKECON.
Hoi. Cold. liomr,
Slcani and Sulphur
E2T"Special attention given to Indies' and
hildren's hair cutting.
Private Eutnmce for Ladies.
TAY TUTTIiR M. D.
PHYSICIAN iV2CD SUltGEON.
Ofkick Over the White Hoioe Store.
Khsiokntk Nef dKr to Mr. Munson'a
boarding house, Chenamas street, Astoria,.
G. FAI11F0WL & SON,
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS
Portland and Astoria, Oregon.
Kefer by ionni?ion to Kogers,3Ieyers&COM
Allen i: Lewis. Corbitt & Maoleay, 4
AJsTOIUA. - OKFGOK.
... . wimuuix.
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LUBRICATING OILS, COAL OIL,
PAINTS AND OILS.
Sheet, Round, and Square Prepared
PROVISIONS, MILL FEED.
GARDEN SEED, GRASS SEED.
Which will he exchanged for country pre
dnce or Mld at lowest prices.
Corner Clu-namus anil Hamilton Streets
First Class Saloon
J. .1. KILEY. - - PKOPKIETOK,
On the KoiulwutopHisitetIic Oregon Kail
way and Navigation Co's whurf.
New Bagatelle Table,
(The CliiueM must ro.)
The choicest bnuicLs of foreign and domestic
AVIXES. IiKJUOHS AXD ClttAKS.
RS"IJest Chicaso Beer.'Titi
J. T. BORCHERS,
COX COM LY STREET. ASTOKIA.
Manufacturer and Packer of
CAVIAR, SMOKED SALMON.
C:ish paid for fresh "
BLACK STURGEON SPAWN.
Smoked Sturgeon, and smoked Salmon put
up iu tins to ship to any part of the world
Also, trout halt (salmon egg) put up in cans
and warranted to keep any length of time
Depot at Koger Central Market, corner of
Cassund ChenamiLS .streets. Astoria.
PRINTED AD BOUND TO ANY SIZE..
L and ruled to" any order, at
Xjie Astobia.x office.