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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (April 17, 1881)
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Astoria. Oregon, Sunday Morning, April 17, 1881.
There i no sMi'li thins us death
In Nature nothing dies ;
From each sad remnant of dec
Some forms of life arKu.
Tlic little leaf that falls.
All brown and "-ere, to enilli.
Ere long will mingle with the UuU
ThHt fdve the llower its birth.
The waves are breaking on the boMcfc,
And on the soft, ct sand 1 stand ;
Far out as human sight can reach
The ocean strelehes from the laud.
What is it that e seek to reach.
Cold, curling, crested waves thttt roar
An uninterruptible speech
Along the endless, wreck-strewn shore?
"Oh, tell me that beyond the sea
A peaceful harbor lies !" I wall :
A mocking echo answers me.
"Lies ! lies !" and 1 em ee n: sail.
.1 TO.W K.VN'K CLIIUK.
Mv name Is Augustus de Fred.
Of" bank clerks I'm known sis the head
I have taught them all how
To "do" Chesterfield's lwnv
And daintly work for their bread.
I'm a'sthetle in many a way.
In art juiteadMiHfr.
In ni)' room 1 now hang
Some Old Masters (by Prang.
Two placijuo and a Japanese tra .
I am short I am sorry to say
Pin a blonde, just as lair as tlie day ;
I've an aquiline nose.
And 1 pay for my clothes
In a leisurely sort of a way.
And of course I am deeply in low
"With a girl who has eyes "like a dove.
She can sing like a lark.
And ailonw Iier bank clerk ;
Oh, she acts like an angel above.
Singular Action of the "Wind.
Liverpool .lournal of Commerce.
During the fearful gale which
prevailed off the Scottish coast
recently, and on the same morning
on which the Greenock ship Chal
lenge was lost, with a number cf
her crew, the large ship Eastern
Empire, Captain Love, was at the
entrance to the north channel, and
experienced the full force of the
hurricane. One of the vessels top
sails had to be cut adrift to ease
the ship. "When the storm mod
erated the remains of this sail were
taken down, when it was found
that several pieces were crimped
and plaited in a most extraordinary
manner. The wind having dashed
the canvass about in a very violent
way, a number of "cloths1' had got
plaited like a frill, about an inch
in depth and several inches thick,
and pressed together as if hy
draulics had been applied. There
after the sail had got twisted,
plaited, and knotted like a man
darian's pig-tail, but in such an
extraordinary way that no human
hand could possibly have succeeded
in doing it, much less could it be
undone without the aid of sharp
cutting instruments. The whole
circumstance being so unusual, a
portion of the sail was sent to the
underwriters rooms, Glasgow, for
exhibition, and the other portion
to the Watt museum, Greenock.
The New Testament
The Revised New Testament is just
- now attracting a great ileal of atten
tion. Mrs. Eliza Shepherd, of this
city, has accepted the agency for the
revised edition and history of revision,
.and is now prepared to offer the work
to the public. It will he sold by sub
scription only. The work which Mrs.
S. has gives a literal reprint of the
authorized English edition, with a brief
history of the origin and transmission
of the new testament scriptures, and
of its many versions and revisions that
hare been made, also a complete his
tory of this last great combined move
ment of the best scholarship of the
world, with reasons for the effort, ad
vantages gained, sketches of the emi
nent men engaged upon it, etc Hub
bard Bros., publishers. We know of
no better authorized edition, and as
almost everybody will want a copy,
we h ive no hesitation in saying that
the edition which Mrs. S. has to offer,
is perhaps equal if not superior to
The Reason Why. Mr. Fellows,
in his Medical Monthly, gives reason
for the peculiar action of his Hypo
phosphites in the cure of diseases,
which seem to be borne out by facts.
From tonic action of the sympa
thetic nerves all the organic muscles
are strengthened, and the patient
overcomes his malady; simply, -pleasantly,
Zionsville, Indiana, November 3d,
1880. Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co, gents:
I have your valuable Treatise on
the horse and his diseases and j'our
Kendall's Spavin Cure. My horses
have the epizootic, one of them could
not swallow for two days I applied
your Kendall's Spavin Cure twice to
her throat and it gave most instant
relief. I think I could sell 1000 of
your books, please give price to agents.
Yours truly, Peter Bowen.
For a first-class oyster stew, fry,
pan-roast or fancy roast, go to Roscoo's
on Main street, opposite N. Loeb's.
Families supplied by the hundred or
the sack, opened or in the shell.
Ask your druggist to show you a
large -bottle of Amnion's Cough Syrup,
and read the label. We can honestly
recommend it as the best, Trv it.
As Viewed Through the Spectacles
of a Reveiend Gentleman.
Paeifte Christ taw Advocate
Having engaged to spend last
Sabbath with lie v. .1. Parsons and
his people at Astoria, six o'clock
a. m. of Saturday found the editor
on the good steamer Bonita. of the
Oregon Railway and Navigation
company's line, and in one minute
thereafter we were steaming down
the Willamet. We had so often
passed over this route, that the
first few hours were beguiled away
by the pages of the AVesieyan Ad
vocate, the Independent, the Meth
odist, and the inevitable Oregonian,
and it was not until we pasod
many miles down the lordly Co
lumbia that we turned to a thought
of river or shore. Ve were then
just passing "Warriors point, the
lower end of Sauvies island, near
which Captain Nathinel "Wythe
erected his trading post and fort
in 1834, and just inside of which
lay the May Ducres when Jason
Loe received his missionary outfit
from her, and started up the Wil
lamet for his selected station on
that river above.
"Wc never fail to be greatly
interested in the wonderful scen
ery on river and land of the lower
Columbia. Xo river we have
ever seen has the magnificent flow
of this. Its sweep and stretch of
watery vistas, its green islands
jeweling its surface, its splendid
margining of hill and mountain,
and the ever changing hues of
water and land, keep visions and
types of beauty and sublimity
constantly before the mind, until,
rounding Tongue point, its great
est and last majesty is before you
at once. Fit type of a reat
human life, growing broader and
deeper and clearer as it sweeps
out beyond the headlands of time
to its mingling with the crystal sea
of eternity. In the midst of these
studies and reveries, at three
o'clock, nearly three hours before
time, we stepped on the wharf at
Astoria, and looked into the pleas
ant face of Bro. Parsons, and met
a real methodist preachers welcome
to the enjoyments and work that
were in reserve for us. "We had
passed but a few roils before we
met Mrs. Robb nee .losie Curtis
who notified us that we were to
be domiciled with them, but, as we
had left the better putt of us at
home, it would now be only thc
hospitality of charity where she
had expected it would lx that of
friendship. As we needed charity i
just then we concluded to accept
that, and soon found that her
charity was equal to ordinary!
friendship. The afternoon and
evening quickly and pleasantly
passed in a stroll in company with
Bro. Parsons through the city. A
pleasant call on Brother Ireland of
The Astoiman whoso latitudinal
and longitudinal, if not his altitu
dinal demensions have wonderfully
increased since we last saw him,
and a few moments at choir prac
tice, when, after a restful night,
we were ready for the work of the
As this was the time for the
regular quarterly meeting and the
presiding elder was absent, Bro.
Parsons extemporised one out of
the editor, to whose mind it
brought back the memory of many
years service in that office that no
Methodist preacher ever filled only
as a great cross? A good love
feast was had at ten o'clock, and a
congregation, excellent in both
character and size, iistened with
tearful interest to the preaching of
the word. At the close of the
sermon eleven persons, quite a
number of them on probation,
united with the church. We have
seldom seen a finer accession than
this. Men and women of charac
ter and culture, of social and busi
ness standing, and oue little, pure
faced, deep eyed girl, intensely
spiritual, and a lad of about ten
summers. About fifty partook of
the Sacrament of the Lord Supper.
In the afternoon I visited the room
of the Young Men's Christian as
sociation and found a large hail
filled with people to whom I had
the privilege of speaking a few
moments. Seven and a half o'clock
filled the church in which the
services were held with an audi
ence that, for appearance, behavi
our, culture, would do credit to
any church in Portland. It was a
real pleasure to speak into tho?e
attentive ears and receptive hearts.
Among the pleasant incidents of
our visit here must be mentioned
the meeting with two ladies, the
growth of whose spiritual and in
tellectual life we have watched,
and possibly aided somewhat, from
their childhood, until we find them
in strong and cultured and useful
womanhood, Miss Ella Whipple,
well known as a successful teacher
in this state, and her sister, Mrs.
We found church interests in
Astoria in a very healthy and
prospering condition. We will
not deal in eulogy, but it is duty
to say that Brother Parsons has
done work there most honorable
to himself as a young minister,
and for which the whole church
ought to be grateful. There are
over sixty names, mostly of rare
worth, on the record, and with that
care and attention to this impor
tant point that the Oregon confer
ence ought to give, Astoria here
after stands in the list of its best
appointments. Xo man need want
a better field for telling work than
this. If Brother Parsons suc
ceeds, if the Oregon conference
stands by him and helps him to
succeed, in building a suitable
church here, he will have done a
work that will place him in the
front rank of young workmen, and
the conference will have done a
duty that has been too long undone
Astoria is cosmopolitan in popula
tion, and, like such places every
where, the strongest elements of
wrong and right mingle and swell
in unconcealed conflict. Jlight is
most vitally right; wrong is most
intensely wrong. Neither seeks
disguises and concealments. Both
hang their banners on the outer
walls. But, with much unsaid, we
must close this account, reserving
something else of this historic place
for another visit, which wc have
promised ourself in the near future.
"Where is Anton Keelit. From
In 184I),one Anton Recht. until then
a. grocer, at Vienna, and at that time
aged "12 3ears, of medium stature,
dark brown hair, and proportionate
features, disappeared from Vienna,
Austria, having previously intimated
an intention of going to North Ameri
ca. In the meanwhile he has fallen
heir to an estate of no trifling amount,
which is being controlled by the
authorities. On January llthj 18.12.
he wrote a loiter from Spearsville,
Wells Township, Fulton county, Pon
sylvania, to his father and brother at
Vienna, addressed: "Johann Uecht,
in Wien, X. Ulrich, am Platzl, Xo.
HI, llandlung zum Matrosen." The
following (translation) is quoted from
that letter: "On June 13, 18T0, I
arrived at Xew Orleans, having been
(. days on the sea; seven persons died
during the voyage. At New Orleans
I remained until December 14, wait
ing for Johann Buclifelder, who, how
ever, did not come. I have already
traveled all over America, without
finding any rest. Xow, I am in east
ern Pennsylvania, with a German
farmer, whose family, however, is
English, who owns 400 acres of land
and a sawmill. 1 have learued board
cutting and agriculture, llore I am
living in a valley in the mountains.
healthy ami content with no other
friend except merciful God, in whom
I place my trust. I met two country
men, a Catholic clergyman, and an
other one from Gundendorf from
Bosel's house; I believe his name is
Baumau." Then follows a hearty
farewell to his father, with an ap
peal for forgiveness, and as an
ending to this letter, he indulges
in the exclamation, characteristic
to his excited, Highly conditien:
"Long live the republic' All infor
mation thus far elicited confirms the
fact of the wayward character of the
individual in question. According to
this information, Becht, in 1852, was
with one Jacob Clippingcr, and later
with -James Doyles, both in Fulton
county, Pennsylvania. Further clues
to his whereabouts arc unreliable,
some leading to Europe, whilst the
majority, and the most probable lead
to the battle fields of the late rebellion.
Endeavors to ascertain where and in
what regiment he enlisted have thus
far been unsuccessful. The missing
man represented himself as a baker
by trade, and as having deserted froia
the Austrian army. If still alive, he
would now be sixty-four years of age,
and the inheritance due him would
undoubtly prove a boon in his old age.
In case of his death, his next kin,
wife or children, if any exist, are en
titled to the inheritance. All human
itarians, officials and authorities, par
ticularly the pres3 of the United
States and soldiers of the late war, are
earnestly requested to assist in ascer
taining the life or death of the said
Anton Becht. Information addressed
to The Astokiak will be promptly
The Count Cinchon was the fepaubh
Viceroy in Peru in 13. The Countess,
his wife, was prostrated by an intermit
tent fever, from which she was freed by
t lie use of the native reined. . the lVrit-
iau hark. or. as it was railed in the
language of the country. "Quinquina."'
Crateful for her recover, on her return
to Euro; in licy. d:e introduced the
remedy in Spain, where it was know u
under various nanus, until 1mufeu
railed it Cinchona, in honor of the lady
who had brought them that which was
more precious than the gold of the Iucas.
To this day. after a lapse of two huu
dred and fifty years, science has given
us nothing to take its place. It effectu
ally cures a morbid appetite for stimu
lants, by restoring the natural tone of
the stomach. It attacks excessive love
of liquor as it docs a fever, and rtfMro.s
both alike. The powerful tonic irtfte
of the Cinclmna is preserved in the
Permian Hitters, which are as effective
against malarial fever to-day as thev
were in the das of the old Spanish
Viceroys. We guarantee the ingredi
ents of thoe hitlers to lu nbsoliiteU
pure, and of the Iks! known quality.
A trial will satisfy on that this is Hit
hest bitter in the world. -Tin proof of
the pudding is in the eating." and we
willingly abide -this test. For sale by
all druggists, grocers and liquor dealers.
mothers ! Mothers ! ! Mothers ! ! !
Are you disturbed at night and broken
or your rest by a siek child suffering
and crying with the excruciating pain
of cutting teeth '. If so. go at once and
get a lnittleof Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup, it will relieve the poor littlo suf
ferer immediately depend tiiion it;
there is- no mistake about it. There is
not a mother on earth who has ever
used it, who will not lIl ou at once
that it will regulate the lowe!s. and
give ret to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use m all eases,
and pleasant to the taste, and is the pre
scription of oue ot the oldest and best
female physicians and nurses in the
United States. Sold everywhere. 'Si
cents a bottle.
The Peruvian syrup has cured thou
sands who were suffering fruit dyspep
sia, debility, liver complaint, boils, hu
mors, female .complaints, efc. Pamph
lets free to any address. Seth W. Fouic
& Sous, Uoston.
Piano for Sale or Rent.
ITI.Y AT THE PARKER HOUSE of
MKS.C. II. PAKKEU.
1 AA (rf GOOD SITJVK SIIIX
1VA.UUU pics, made Trum live tim
ber. Fir uarttfiiiais inquire of
SS-2w .!.(.. HfSTI.Ei:.
ANEW SKIFF SIXTEEN FEET LONG.
Spruce lumber well seasoned. Parties
Sppl to NICHOLS,
At the linker Houie.
1 AAA roUNDS KAGS'OF all kinds
JL O JJJ clean auddrr. at the Umbrella
shop. Main street, bv J. JOPLIN.
C. H. STOCKTON.
PAPER HANGING AND WALL COLORING
GLAZING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
esTShoii net door to Astoriiui Office, m
Proposals for Transportation.
Ofmck ok Ciiif.k (Mai:tki:masthi:'s i
Dkit. or thk Coi.oiuia. i
Vancouver Ilarntcks. V. T.. April 0. tssi. I
SEALED 1'KOIHISAI.S. IX Tl.'I PLICATE,
subject to the usual nuiilitiniK. wilt here
wit od at this omVc.niiil at theoltice of the
Chief OiiartermaNtrr. Mihlart Iiitisinn ol
the llicilie. l'roidio of San FnuieiMti. Cal..
until 12 o'clock noon, on .Monday, .Mav :,
1SS1, at which time ami places they will lie
ojiciied hi the presence or bidders, for tlie
tninsHirtatioii ol military supplies on the
following dccrihcd mutes in the l)cp:nt
uieiit of the Columbia. UiiriiiKthc earcoin
iiicuciitK .Inly l, isi.nml cmlim.liuic :.
KotiTK Xo. l Walla Walla, W. T., to
Fort Ijipwai, I.T. Distance about w miles.
Koitk Xo. H. SpraRUe, W. T., to Camp
Spokane, w. T. Distance alniut .11 mile.
Koitk Xo. 3. Spnisue. W. T to Fort
Colville, W. T. Distance about lot miles.
ItoiTK Xo. 1. UoM'burg, On-Kon. to Fort
Klamath. Oregon. Distance atiout 'JM milrs.
ItoiTK Xo. ."i. For Irausportotion of U.S.
Military Supples between Astoria. Oregon,
and Fort Canbv, W. T. Distance 1 1 miles.
ItoiTK Xo. c. IJctwceii Portland, Oregon,
ami aiicouver. V. 1. Distance about l.s
I'mposals for transportation on any or all
of the mules above named will le receiveiL
The Coveniuipiii reserves the right to reject
any or all proiKisaK
Wank proiMjsjils. form of c.utract and
printed circulars Mating the estimated ouau-
Utlcs of supplies to be transported, and giv
ing iuii iuioniiaiion as 10 me manner ot bul
bing, conditions to be observed bv bidders.
amount of IkiikI to accompany each pro
losal,aid terms of contract and pavment.
will be lunii.-hed on application to this otlicc
or to the olUce of the Chief Oiiartermaster.
Military Division of the TacUic, l'roidlo of
San Francisco, California.
Envelopes containing pmixtsals should W
marked :"rniMMUs lor rrausnortatiou on
and addressed to the under-
C. O SAWTELLE,
Proposal for .unitary .SuppHcK
HKAnnt'AirrKiis Dkit. ok Coli-jhha.
OFKICK OK I'll IKK Of ArKlIM A.STKIt-
Vancouver Harraeks. W. T.. April :i. igst. j
SEALED l'iJOl'OSALS. IN Tltll'LlCATE,
subject to the usual conditions, will be
received at this oftlcc oral the offices of the
U. Quartermasters at the rollowiiig-uamcd
posts, until l'i o'clock noon, on Monday, Mav
t, 18S1. at which places and time they will be
opened in presence of bidders, tor the fur
nishing and delivery' of military supplies
during the fiscal year commencing July l,
tSsl, and ending .lime :, ISSi. as follows :
"Wood, Coal, Charcoal, OaLs. IJarley. Bran.
Hay and Straw, er Hay in lieu of Straw, or
such of said Supplies as mav Ik required at
Portland, Oiegon, Fort Canbv. "W. T
Itolsc Itarracks. 1. T. Ft Walla Walla. W. T.
Ft Totvnsend, W. T. VancouvY Depot , W. T.
FtCVeurd'Alene.I.T. Fort Colville. AV.T.
Camp Spokane. "W.T. Ft Klamath, Oregon.
Fort Lapwal, I. T.
rroposals for cither class of the stores men
tioned, or fur quantities less than the whole
required, will be received. Tlie Govern
ment reserves the right to reject any or all
proposals. A preference will Ik? given to
articles of domestic production.
Blank proposals ami printed circulars,
stating the kind and estimated quantities re
quired at each past, and giving full instruc
tions as to the manner of bidding, conditions
to be observed by bidders, amount of bond
to accomiany each proposal, and terms of
contract and payment, will be furnished on
application to thLs office or the Quarter
master's at the several posts named.
Envelopes containing proposals should be
marked : "Proposals for at ,"
and addressed to the undesigned, or the re
spective Post Quartermasters.
tC. G. SAAVTELLE,
ttd Chief Quartermaster.
I THE NEWS! 1
WELCOME TO ALL !
TIIK FISHING SEASON HAS OPENED AND SO HAS THE POPULAR
SAM FRANCISCO I
I CLOTHING STORE i
; Opened the largest and best
selected stock of
erais Furnishing Goods,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
TRUNKS AND VALISES, HATS AND CAPS,
AND THE BEST
CARTER'S CAPE ANTE"
RUBBER BOOTS, ETC.,
WniCH VlLL BE SOLD AT SAN FRANCISCO WHOLESALE PRICES.
REMEMBER THIS IS NO HUMBUG.
HAYING MADE ARRANGEMENTS IN NEW YORK AND SAN FRAN-
CISCO FOR THE PURCHASE OF ALL MY GOODS, MY
FACILITIES FOR BUYING ARE SUCH
AS TO ENABLE ME TO
Undersell all Others. I Defy Competition.
Facts and Figures ! !
j GREAT SURPRISE AT THE
I San Francisco Store ! !
umiK auk riuaim of goods that wilt. suitpniSF. Ait.
3IENS AND BOYS
CASIMERE SUITS FROM S 8 00 TO 15 00
EXTRA BEST SUITS 12 00 "20 00
FINE BLACK SUITS " 8 00 "25 00
DIAGONAL SUITS 1500 "22 00
CASIMERE PANTS " 2 50 4 00
EXTRA BEST PANTS " .4 00 "5 50
ROYS SUITS. ALL SORTS, FROM GOO "12 00
.1 UMPERS "
ALL WOOL SOCKS
CHECKER SOCKS. SIX PAIR FOR
COTTON SOUKS, THREE PAIR FOR
WHITE SHIRTS FROM
FLxVNNEL .- -
BLUE NAVY -
FLANNEL UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS FROM
COTTON FLANNEL SHIRTS AND DRAWEES
MARINO SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
LONG OIL COATS FROM
BOOTS AND SHOES.
3EENS CALF BOOTS FROM.
MENS KIP BOOTS
I HAVE THIS SPRING STRAINED EVERY NERVE AND USED MY
ENTIRE ENERGY AND BEST JUDGMENT IN PLACING IN OUR AS
TORLV HOUSE THE LAROEST AND MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
OF THE ABOVE LINE OF GOODS.
CALL AND INSPECT FOR YOURSELF. YOU ARE WELCOME.
I WILL GLADLY SHOW MY GOODS, NO MATTER WHETHER YOU
BUY OR NOT. NEW GOODS BY EVERY STEA3LER.
Ten1. S5I?-C SiStor?V SaieowSlie street, next door to Pge r' Allen's store, north.of
Walm-TOilIa Kestauraur, Astoria Orejoa. 1
S3 50 TO
.. S3 CO TO 4 50
I Q. A. BOWLBY.
Chenamus Street. - ASTOKIA. OREGOri
r w. rexroar.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTOIUA - OREGON
Ofllce over Page & Allen's store, Cass street
T l. ROBB.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTORIA ... - OREGON
Office over "Warren & Eaton's Astoria Mar
ket, opposite the Occident Hotel.
"T"! C. IIOI.DEW
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND IN
Chenamus Street, near Occident Hotel,
Agent Wells, Fargo & Co.
"p I HICKS.
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON.
Rooms In Allen's building np stairs, cornr
of Cass and Sqemocqhe streets.
T)R. M. D. JEXXIXGS,
rilYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Graduate University of Virginia, 1868
Physician to Bay View hospital, Baltimore
Office In Page & Allen's building, up
TAY TUTTIiE, M. I.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Okfick Over the White House Store,
Rf-sidexce Next door to Mrs. Munson's
boarding house, Chenamus street, Astort
T A. McIXTOSII.
Occident Hotel Building,
ASTORIA - - OREGON
H. BAIIY &. CO..
Dooth. 'Windows, Bllads, Traa
8omg, iHmber, Etc.
All kinds of Oak Lumber, Glass, Boat Ma
Steam Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. Gen
evive and Astor streets.
j G. FAIRFOWL & SON,
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS
Portland and Astoria. Oreeon.
Refer by pennbaionto Rogcn.Meyers.tCe.
Allen fc Lewis. CorbittiMacleay,
Occident Hotel Hair Dressing Saloon
ASTORIA - OREGON.
nut. Colli, Shower,
Steam and Snlplmr
HP-Special attention given to ladies' and
hlldrcn's hair cutting.
Private Entran -e for Ladies.
BOOT AXI SHOE
CHK.VAMU.S Stkkkt, opposite Adler's Book
.Store, - A.STOlilA. OKKGOJf.
i3T Perfect tits guaranteed. All work
warranted. Give me a trial. All orders
w;. L. M't'AHE,
.T. A. BltOWN
BRO-V.V & airCABK,
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS.
Astoria oQlce At E. C. Holden's Auction
store. Portland office 24 B street. 13-tf
T. F. CULLEN and C E. BARNES
VIOLIN, PIANO, GUITAR, COR
NET AND BANJO,
Would like a few pupils on either of the
Terms Eight lessons for five dollars.
J3y0rders left at Stevens & Sons book
store will be promptly attended to.
AT MUSIC HALL,
E3. jSl. cTJiuarrKr.
nails, anr-i. fi:ei aito hay
Cash paid for country produce. SmaM
profits on cash sales. Astoria, Oregon, cor
ner of Slain and Souemocalm streets.
The undersigned is prepared to furEisti
a large number of riplles and Spars at Ma
place on short notice, at reasonable rates.
Apply to C. G. CAPLES,
I. W. CASE,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND KB
TAIL DEALER IN
Corner Chenamus and Cass streets.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON,
Wm. Houseman of Portland
BEGS LEAVE TO NOTIFY HIS friends
and customers that he has opened
A FISHERMAN'S CL0THIH6
AND FURNISHING GOODS STORE
Next to G. W. Hume's grocery store.
F. HOUSEMAN, Afcent