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SATURDAY APRIL 30. 1SSJ
ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
D. C. Ireland, IMIIor nud Trojirlcfor
Ashman Building, Cass Street.
Torms of Subscription :
served by Carrier. por weok...........53 Cents
Sent by mail, fourinonthi.............50 00
Sent by mail, one yoer........ ...... 9 OO
Froe of Postage to Subscribers.
"A(lrertisomonts ids er toil by the year at
;beratoof SI . per square per month.
Transient advertising, by tbo day or week,
5fty cents jior square for oncli insortien.
The lVocIily .Worinn.
Is a mammoth sheet, exactly double
the size of the Daily. It is jut the pa
per for the fireside, containing in addi
tion to all theeunent news, choice mis
cellanv. niriK-.iltui-n! matter, market re
ports, etc. It i furnished to .single suln
senbers at S:! 00 per year in advance.
;""A limited manner of MiialJ adver
tisements inserted at established rales.
rilK D.VII.V Astouian irtM If ' '
trtntUtt 7'ccHtit a mwik.Jrrftf iit-tagf. i.Vwi
tr nhn ciHtcmtlalcawfrHi tke city ran
have Tub atokjan ftAUnr ikem. Iiailv
or Wkkklv ulttirm t any iwnl-nicc with
out additional crtta. .Iddivwo man le
e in in. I oti an oft'n as aoslr&l. fjnrf onler at
I tf Cduntinu rttnin.
The steamship State of California
The. Lizzie Iredale name down
yesterday laden for sea.
-Capt. Deluiey took a run up to
Walla-walla on his late trip.
- -The Ad n lea was taken in tow fur
Portland Yesterday afternoon.
--The steanibhip California Milled
fur Sitka yesterday afternoon.
The steamer Oregon arrived at
noon yesterday from San Francisco.
The steamship Mississippi recently
purchased by the Oregon Railway and
Navigation company will soon be
ready to sail for this port from New
York. The detention is occasioned
by putting in new boilors. The Mis
sissippi has quite a history. She was
bnit in Dunbarton, Scotland, in 1863,
for a blockade runner, and was cap
tured at sea by tlie United States
guubont Magnolia. As a prize Bhe
was worth 500,000. The navy yard
purchased her after condemnation,
and fitted her out as a cutter, putting
a battery of seven guns on her. She
was one of the veMels upon which the
confederate iron-claus made a rant m
1873. She was badly cut up in her
spars and rigging. A shot from the
Mississippi took effect on one of the
pilot bruises of an iron-clad and wreck-1
she was laid tin in ordinary t New i
York, and u the 8th of .June, 18C0,
she was sold at auction. She was
altered, and for a time run in the New
Orleans trade, and lately in the trade
between IJoston and the Western
islands. She is an iro.i screw steam
er, 23G fet tang, 'tit feet beam, and
19 feet hold, lO'.iS tons register, and
lias engines of f00 nominal horae
power, and is, withal, a very good
and serviceable vessel for the trade
she is to be employed in. She is a
good carrier and has excellent passen
Nicoll the Tailor has the finest chain
of first class business fiouses in tho
world. We found then in San Fran
cisco, Cliicago, New York, Brooklyn,
Washington, in act whprever we
went His only authorized traveling
salesman for SanFranciscor, Mr. I. G.
Johnson, arrived m J storia yesterday
by the Oregon, And i tay bo found at
the Occident for a ow -days with a
choice line oy samples, prepared to
take measures for suits, wholly or in
part. Call upon hitn.
Illustrated History of Oregon.
Choir's Illustrated Year-Book
Of Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Brit
ish Columbia and Alaska, is published
by contract, annually, with all the
towns, counties and commonwealths
of the Pacific Northwest It is de
signed to fully supply the United
States market for
L An emigrants reliable artd com
plete guide-book, and capitalists ad
2. A pocket com paiiion fr all trav
elers and pleasure hpnters
3. An authentic pioneers history of
this northwest, genealogical, political
and eventful; furnished and supported
by an association gotten up in each j .Some time since we called atten-
countv. : tion to tho nbovo named puiHica-
4. Pocket diary, calJndar, family tion, and learn now that the work
almanac and business nibns directory, is meeting with a very cordial sup
spelling and ironounmng gazetteer. I port in different sections of the
r. iii..ctR,t.4ni.riL..f.iiriUiHii.: state ami will lie pushed to as
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ice until the end of therebclliowhen and enterpryfing residents, accurate j .. (lflookin through
imute.etc. : u complete publication of an east-
The publisher, Mr. Choir, will make- firn wrf. QU Up ww plan as the
this city his headquarters until he ()regon work w;n bt. finished, and
interviews every place of unto m Clat- ,ece no hesitation in saying that
sop, Pacific and Wahkiakum counties. jt js as fine a specimen of book
We hope our people will engage a self-1 making as we ever examined of its
representation department, in this; kind. We are also satisfied from
popular wide-spread work. ; indorsements shown us, that the
i work win ne aim aim nonestiv
Nicoll The Tailor.
GENERAL EASTERJf SETTS.
BT MAIL AXD TELEOItArH.
Maknae Challenges Mis ArUzobIiU.
New Yokk, April 18th. The
Times' Washington special says:
The sharp words which passed be
tween Mahone and the democratic
senators are not likely to make
any trouble. The days ot duelling
arc past in this country. It is re
ported that Mahone says he can
easily dispose of all the democratic
senators one by one if they will
meet him on the field of diet,
sleep and other habits of daily life.
That is, if they will eat, sleep and
drink as little as he does, and
smoke as much. Any challenges
looking to a contest of this kind
would probably bo accepted.
Buy the Weekly.
The Wkkkly Astoiuan for this
week is full f just such information
and news of the' country as your
friends in the east want to see. It
has very few advertisements, and is
chock to the muzzle of information
that no family can successfully squeeze
along without. Two dollars will buy
the whole wad fur a year, 1 50 for
six mouths, or ten cents per copy.
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED, AND HAVE READY FOR INSPECTION
The receipts of domestic exports at
San Francisco, from January 1st, 1881.
to April lith, from Astoria, is given as I
Flour, qr sks.. .......
written, and should be found in
i the library of every citizen in Ore-
con. It cannot fail to be interest-
A. W. Berry has 1.
Ross new house, on
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Garrigan, of
Oakland, are in East Portland tempo
rarily. Mr. T. A. Gardner is getting
ready to establish a first-class confec
tionery in Astoria.
Strong head winds made the
Oregon a tedious trip. She proceed
ed to Portland yesterday.
The steamer California, Carroll,
did not get out yesterday. She
anchored in Bakers bay.
Dr. Jay Tuttle is acting slate
health officer at Astoria, during the
absence of Dr. Aug. C. Kinncj.
Ma3or Crawford, of Salem, was
among the passengers sailing by
steamer State of California ycstsrda3'.
Ensrinoers do not locate "com
mercial cities'' the laws of trade and
commerce govern in such mattor as
The Thurlund Castle will be taken
across the spit into Bakers bay before
the lightered part of her cargo is re
placed. During the absence of Dr. and
Mrs. Aug. C. Kinney, their residence
will bo occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
The barkentine Portland was tow
ed to Knappton yesterda3T from Port
land, by the steamer Welcome, Capt.
tons of giant powder, re
turned to San Francisco, constitute a
portion of the cargo of the barkentine
Farmer Gray, of Klaskanine, was
in the city yesterdaj, partly on busi
ness in connection with the Whitman
Mr. A. Secord, at lie Occident
hotel, has a never failing remedy for
that dread disease catarrh. See ad
vertisement Mr. Frank Jewett leaves Astoria
to-day to take charge of a logging
camp in Pacific county, near Wood
A firo alarm brought the depart
ment out yesterday morning. It was
occasioned by a burning flue in the
Mr. Jacob Kahn has just received
a Chesapeake dog from Maryland. It
was sent out by Mr. Walter Burrell,
and will be kept in Pacific county.
News from Oakland yestorda'
was to the effect that Mr. Geo. W.
Hume was slowly recovering. His
case is watched with momentary
The ship St. Stephen is at Wil
mington with a cargo of coal loaded
at Liverpool. After discharging she
will proceed to San Diego, to load
wheat back to Liverpool. j
The Ocklahama, with Mr. McCabe
stevedore, lightered tho Thurlund
Castle off Tanzy point. This accident
was occasioned by "an error in judg
ment" The delays and expenses are
The steamer Ocklahama met with
an accident j'esterday, having got in
the trough of the sea, bursting some of
her steam pipes, disabling her so that
she had to be towed back part of the
way to Astoria.
Hanson, Ackerson & Co., of New
Tacoma, have dissolved. Mr. Acker
son disposing of his interest to the
senior member. Mr. Ackerson will
return to the sound and become iden
tified with the territory.
The statistics of the oonimeroe of
the Pacific northwest, beyond us, is
heavily increased by reason of tho
coal exports and large lumber in terosts
of Puget sound.
-Kahn's Cliesapoake-bfty dog is
considerable larger than Booth fc Go's
Chesapeake oysters, sueh xs we eat in
Baltimore with Capt. Crandall and
Mr. Lucas. Both are large enough,
- Oregon eity will vote on a propo
sition to tax the city for a oily hall at
tho municipal election on Monday
next. When Mayor Charman was
here ho thought the Astoria building
was just what they would require at
Bishop Morris intended to be
present at Grace church to-morrow
and administer the Apostolic rite ef:
confirmation, but in consequence of
the death of Mrs. Paddock, at St.
Helen hall, is unable to keep the ap
pointment. The United States soamor Con.
Wright, Capt. Denny, arrived from Ya
quina j'esterday morning. The re
mains of Capt. Ponnoll, her late com
mander, were on board, and trans
ferred to the steamer State of
California, for intermont in California.
The startling intelligence was re
ceived in Astoria yesterday morning
that Mrs. Paddock, wife of the bishop
of the new Episcopal diocese of Wash
ington is dead. Mrs. Paddock was in
poor health when she arrived, aud this
sad event will bring sorrow to many
The cargo of the North Bend,
from Knappton, consists of 440,000
feet of lumber. The Portland and
the Mary E. Buss are now at Knapp
ton ready to load, the Webfoot is also
due there. These three vessels, will
carry away an aggregate of 1 ,300.000
feet of lumber.
Mr. H. H. Brodeck, of Walla
walla, is a passenger to Alaska by the
steamship California. He goes under
an engagement to tho North Western
trading company for the purpose of
spending some time there taking views
of the scenery of Alaska, etc He
will use the dry plate systom, and lias
an outfit for doing splendid work.
The Grocer charges that it is Mr.
Geo. W. Hume who is engaged in tho
Mukiltco salmon imposition, and
doubtfully remarks: "If Mr. Hume
is the party the fact should be known;
if not "he should rise to explain." It
has been supposed for a week past
that Mr. Hume was on his death bed
hence how impossible for him to
rise and explain.
A Miles npe, lx ...
Ituttt r. pkg ... .
1'otaioe. sk-s ....
Wool, bales ......
Beef, cauutil. cs..
Fruit, dried, pkgs ...
"Bacon, es .
Flav Seed, ks ...
Cuuued roods. cs .
ing ana very useiui. Mrs. roru,
70.079 , who comes well recommended, is
to solicit orders for the work in
Astoria. "We have ordered a copy
and wish many in Astoria will
do the same. The work is to be
issued in parts and is cheap and
easily paid for on the plan the
publishers propose. We bespeak
for Mrs. 1'ord a cordial hearing
and liberal encouragement.
. ... 7CS
The Carmelo reached Queenstown
on the 20th from this port
Mr. Ward, the Nasby of llwaco,
aud Mr. S. Geisey of Shoalwater
bay, are at the Occident
We indorse The Dalles Mountain
eer in this, that a newspaper that will
publish an anonymous article abusing
others is lost to all sense of journal
istic courtesy, and a man who writes
such an article over a fictitious signa
ture, is a coward, striking from be
hiud a shield which allows no return.
It's a poor cause that hates to have
the sunlight thrown upon it.
The Oregonian says: There is no
excuse for any man who wants to
work to be out of employment The
Northern Pacific railroad wants all
the men at Aiusworth it can get, and
will give stead' employment Tho
Oregon Kailway aud Navigation com
pany likewise will hire any number.
There is no need for any man of any
shade or color to be out of employ
Gustaf Pirila and his brother,
running boat No. 29 for the Occident
packing company, are supposed to be
lost, as they have been out since Mon
day. The boat was painted lead color
with light pink inside; and the net,
part Barboiirs 40-12 and Belfast 30-10.
They have one brother and two sisters
residing in the city, t whom any in
formation respecting the fate of tho
missing men would be gratefully received.
It appears to us that salmon never
before tasted so delicious as now. per
haps this is because we got nope all
last summer in our travels. There
were no fresh salmon when wo left for
the east a year ago, aud the season
had closed before our return. We
shall not leave in salmon time again,
any more than we would go away from
home as we did last January, when
smelt were to betaken fresh for break
fast People here do not realize what
luxury our commonest food is, until
deprived of it for a while.
.Notice to the Iublte.
The poor, unfortunate young man
that lost his leg last summer in the
Fishennens cannery has now, with the
help of friends, started a small store,
where he keeps tobacco, cigars, pipes,
cutlery, etc He is uuable to do hard
wo-k, and must make out the best he
can. Give him a call, boys, he keeps
the best brands of tobacco and cigars.
Water street, opposite O. It. & N.
OH! re to Kent.
Single or in suites of two, in The
Astokias building. Prices reasonable.
Mrs. D. Curran has a few good
rooms to let at reasonable -prices on
Cass street, near the Congregational
Choice ItoomM to Let.
Everybody in Oregon who has used
the woven wire beds and lounges,
manufactured in Salem by Ede3. &
Dnrkee. pronounce them the most per
fect bed or lounge ever manufactured,
elastic, clean and durable. Each and
every one warranted, and competition
defied. Among those who recommend
them we notice the names of Bev. P.
S. Knight, Dr. Aug. C. Kinney, Col.
I. l. Moores, B. F. Harding, Drs.
McAfee, Chase, Belt, Wade and
Adams, Rev. Isaac Dillon aud a host
of others. Mr. N. Newton of this city
has taken the agency for the 3ale of
these beds aud lounges in Astoria, and
will be pleased to have all call and see
them at the store of Mr. E. 0. Holden
for a few days.
An extra fine suite of rooms, lately
occupied by Capt. and Mrs. A. W.
Berry, to let at Mrs. Munson's, fur
nished or unfurnished, with or with
out board. Also single rooms fur
nished for lodgers.
Oars, eleven feet; caustic soda, gol
den lacquer, asphaltum varnish, furni
ture varnish, tan baak, etc., in quanti
ties to suit at Gbo. W. Hoiks.
(Jeo. Hill, proprietor and manager,
Fred Gere, stage manager, A. Ostrander,
leader of orchestra. Geo. Lambert, leader
of brass hand. New first part with
Staley as Bruder Bones Nickersou tam
bo aiid Gere interloeuter. Two new
acts, one entitled "That Other Fellow,"
characters bv Miss Lou Cook. Mr. Jno.
Cook and Mr. Fred Gere. The other
one called "Who Stold dem Chickens,5
bv Mr. Stailey and Mr. Nickersou.
An entirely new olio composed of
somis and dances, jig and clog
dances. Dutch. Irish and Negro excen
trieities. Mr. 1 1 ill is making active pre
parations for more amusements with
which to please thoe of the public who
are fond of popular amusements. New
orchestral selections by our efficient
orchestra, and new music by our excel
lent brass baud on the grand stand at
precisely 7 r. m. Curtain rises at ex
actly 8 p.m. Entrance on Benton street;
entrance to private boxes, on Chenamus
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET, ALL OF WHICH WILL BE
SOLD AT THE
SSS-LOWEST BED ROCK PRICES.'S
HAYING ENLARGED MY STORE TO NEARLY TWICE ITS FORMER
SIZE, AND HAVING THE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT SEPAR
ATED FROM THE DRY GOODS. I AM BETTER PRE
PARED THAN EVER TO MEET THE RE
QUIREMENTS OF TRADE.
AMONG OTHER THINGS I WOULD CALL ESPECIAL ATTENTION
TO THE FINE STOCK AND GREAT BARGAINS IN
DRESS GOODS, FANCY GOODS,
AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS-
In all departments I have the latest novelties. (live oie a call."5u
G. H. COOPER,
IXL Store, corner Malu and Couconily Streets, Astoria, Oregon
.-..- - - Trrz "..- - 7 . . -. . . r
FURNITURE 55 BEDDING
AND DEALER IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES
Complete In every branch.
M. MEYER Proprietor.
HE MANUFACTURE OF A FIKST CLASS AH
the public with the finest quality, for cash.
Accommodation to FinherHien.
Frieud tishenncn. Get your tide
tables at Max Wajjners.
Teachers nndJPupIl.H of Pub
The new school hooks published by
A. S. Barnes & Co., and adopted by
the superintendents of Oregon to be
introduced the present season, arc
just received direct from the publish
ers, and are now for sale and exchange
at introductory prices 3et by the state
superintendents. Respectfully yours,
Carl Adler, dealer in books and sta
tionery. Central Hotel.
Mr. C. Lemenweber and Dr. Jay
Tuttle of this city, were present at
Trinity church in Portland on Sunday
evening last, on the occasion of the
address by Rev. A. T. Perkins of As
toria to the Knights Templar. The
lecture was a vory interesting historical
allusion to Masonry, and the elaborate
programme shows that the musical
exercises must liave been impressive.
The Ocklahama lightered suffi
cient of the cargu of tho Thurlund
Castle to get the vessol afloat all right
night before last. It was rather an
expensive affair from first to last, but
as no damage to the vessel resulted,
all 's well that ends well. The tugs
Brcnham aud Astoria and Ocklahama
combined, towed hor off. The Mary
Taylor towed hor on alone which is
The annual report of the life
saving service for 1880, contains full
accounts of the wrecks during tho
3'ear, besides much other information
of value. Parts of the volume are of
the deepest interest, and the reports
of the service rendered have all the
exciting features usually supposed to
be the almost exclusive property of
works of fiction. The life-saving re
port is be3'ond question tho most
entertaining work issued by the government.
A small creek divides the farms
of two tillers of the soil, in Columbia
county, aud the little stream is said to
be full of trout. One of the farmers
displaj'cd a signboard on Ids side pf
the creek, warning people "not to fish
here or they would be prosecuted ac
cording to law." As an offset to this
mandate, the other larraer hoisted a
signboard bearing the following in in
scripteon: "Fish here and be d .
Worms behind the barn." This one
takes a newspaper and pays for it
the other fellow bums his reading,
hence his intellect is defective.
Important notice is given, in an
other column, to fishermen, cannery
men, and net owners, by the llwaco
Steam Navigation company. Capt.
Gray informs us that if time is spent
in dodging fish nets he can net carry
the mails according to schedule. And
further than this, that when the
steamer leaves her course to avoid a
net in the way, it not unfrequently
happens that a net, or nets, are run
into which are clear of the steamers
course, thus destroying property when
the fisherman himself is tryine to
"When you want a dish of nice
Eastern Oysters done up a la mode, or
a good steak, or a fragrant cup of
coffee, call at Frank Fabres on the
roadway, and he will accommodate
you. Open at all hours.
The Central hotel, near the steam
ship dock is now open for the recep
tion of guests, where the well known
caterer, Mr. Anton Beloh will always
be found ready to wait on his patrons.
He has had the above named house
thoroughly refitted by Messrs. Pike
and Stockton, our well known artists.
Call and see him. as he has the finest
brands of liquors and cigars to be had
in the city;
Since the Chinese started to brew
"cheap San Francisco beer" there is
little or no demand for that article
any more. Call for the Columbia
brewery beer, if you want something
If any druggist will prove by
analysis that any patent medicine on
his shelves is a betier remedy than
Plunder's Oregon Blood Purifier, his
fortune is made, if he will send for
mula to us
Gray's wood yard is now fitted up
on the wharf foot of Benton street,
and prepared to deliver wood to any
part of the city sawed to an' length,
and full measure.
Prices for cannery and fishermen's
supplies have been slaughtered at M.
John Rogers has just received at
the Central market a lanre invoice of
coal oil, assorteds brand, and for sale
at reduced rates, tie also keens a
ijeneral assortment of groceries, liq
uors tobacco, cigars, fruits and vege
tables of best quality, which he offers
at small profit for cash.
Ice cream at Roscoes 03'Rter and
refreshment saloon on Main street.
Frank Faber has removed in
to Dr. Kinsey's building on Yate
street. On the road to the steamer
dock from down town, before break
fast, it will now he handy to drop in
and get a cup of coffee.
Fire-brick and fire-clay in lots to
suit at M. C. Crosby's.
HAVINQ EVBKY FACILITY FOH
tide, I am now prepared to furnii
AT CEXTS PER GALLON
rjy Families aad keepers of public houses promptly and recularly supplied.
M. MEYER. Proprietor ASTOKIA. OREGON
at si 50 iki5 ixy.i:;v
t5o s?wra z)
IS SUl'EUlOIt TO MOST, AND LS EXCELLED BY NONE ON THIS COAST
JOHN HAHN, - - PROPKIETOR,
CHENAMUS STREET, - ASTORIA, OREGON.
CirOnlers left at the GERMANIA BEEK HALL will be promptly attended to.-W
A fine lot of French candies just
received at Adler'a.
Max. Wagner's Snn Francisco
National brewery beer can't be beat.
JSTThk Wkeki.y Astokiax is an
independent newspaper, devoted wholly
and solely to the commercial and mate
rial interests of Oregon, and will be sent
on trial four months to any address in
the United States on receipt of SI 00.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST April tsuli below steamer Great Re
public mi a spit In edfje of breakers, 180
fathom fiOniesli net. so molies new. balance
old. Corks marked L. G. II.. corks and lines
all new. Any jhtmhi fliullu the same will
be suitably rewarded bv calling iiihjii
LKWIS G. IIAAYEN.
April 1, 1381. West Coast I'k-r. Co.
A Big Lot of Beer arrived by
steamship Columbia yesterday, atJMax
Wagner a. Call around and sec him,
Go to M. C. Crosby's and get
your lunch buckets, water kegs, bail
ers, buoys and boat stoves.
P. Wilhehn, Boss saloon, opposite
the Clarendon hotel, Portland, Oregon.
For the Genuine J. H. Cutter
old Bourbon, and the best of wines,
liquors, and San FVancisco beer call
at the Gem opposite the bell tower,
and see Campbell.
P. J. Goodman, on Chenamus
street, 1ms just received the latest and
most fashionable style of gents and
ladies boots, shoes, etc
For tho best Beer in Astoria,
call for the Columbia Brcictry Beer,
acknowledged to be superior to all
Tho boat stoves made by M. C.
Crosby, with fire-brick bottoms, are
superior to all others in this market.
For a first-class oyster stew, fry,
pan-roast or fancy roast, go to Roscoe's
on 3Iaiu street, opposite N. Loeb'a.
Families supplied by the hundred or
the sack, opened or in the shell.
CIOITNO-Ily Duncan Mi
JL Cos cannery,
and corks, no niarKJ
same on proof of
charges by calling 1
April '21, 18? 1
11 of Hanthorn
e of cork line
er can have the
I payment of
Co s Cannery.
General assortment of table stock constantly
on hand, such as
Canned Fruits and Jelly,
Bacon, Hams, Shoulders, Lard,
EGGS, BUTTER, CHEESE,
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
FISH. POULTRY ASI GAME
In the season.
CIGARS AD TOBACCO.
Best of AVIZTES ASI liquors.
All cheap fr CASH. Goods sold on com
inixsinn. Onnositu 1. Y. Case's store.
D. K. Wabres. T.tt.Evro.i
Astoria Market !
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEV ,
ASTORIA. --- - OltEGON.
WARREX & EATOX, Proprietor.
(Sueeestort to Warren fr MeGuircl
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Cured Meats
A full line of
FAMILY GROCERIES, FLOUR, -FEED
HAY, CANNED FRUIT. VEGE
9 Butter, Eggs. Cheese, etc. constantly
OS- Ships supplied at the Iotreac rates.
Fishermen's and Workingmen's
FOUND. About 73 fathom of pretty new
net.Minie corks narkil C. I". Co. Was
picked up below San) Island, in the cut off.
on Thursday last by hf life savins crew.
proving proiiertyon kfplicatiou to keeper
of Life SaviuR jriatloir No. 3, Fort Canby,
HAVING JUST OPENED THE ABOVE
named store, next door to the Astoria
Bakery and having just received a first class
CLOTHING, DKY GOODS, BOOTS,
SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES,
Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods
And all goods kept in a well stocked Clotli
! ing Store.
I Following Is a scale of some of my prices :
Overalls from ..n0 eta to SI 0o
I Sliaker Socks .a cts or 6 pair for SI 00
1 Merino Undendnrts and Drawers SI 00
Ladies Iron Frame Hose . .........20 cts
Ladies Corsets from .75 cts to SI 00
Please look for the sign ot the Fishermen's
and Workingmen's Store. Chenamus- street,
next door to the Astoria Bakery
MARCUS VISiL Proprietor.
T710UN1). On inornins of
J? 100 fathoms net.r nift
thread, old web: has ue
new and old floats, old on
Co. Owner can have satin
ertv and paving charges. life
At Astoria I'k;
April 23d about
deep. 11 nlv
e and pair
rked A. B. &
A GIRL OR MIDDLE AGED WOMAN,
to take care of childrrii.
Apply nt THIS OFFICE.
4 FINE BOAT. SUITABLE FOR blSU
Annlv at the office of
ASTORIA PACKING CO.
ANEW SKIFF SIXTEEN FEET LONG.
SDmce lumber well seasoned. Parties
At the Parker House.
JL f7l"TnnC! WAXTKDFORNEVT
iLvTHlLN JUj HORSE ROOK
Samples postpaid. 05 cents. Sent from
THE ASTORIAN OFFICE.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL .
:e XiA s a? is ljei ies. i
Orders left at the Of "dent Hotel, or at iny
Warehouse, foot of ..ion Street, promptly
LIME, SAND, BRICK. PIASTER. LATH,
Cement, and all materials in my line,
famished to order.
SpecIal attention paid to Furnace work
and Ranges. Cistern work warranted good
or no pay.
aAgent San Juan and NewTacoma Lime.
ARNDT & EERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
Tlie Only Machine Shop
And the best
In the city.
All kinds of
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
MACHINE SHOP. NEAR KINNEY'S AS
Wilson & Fisiier
LUBRICATING OILS, COAL OIL,
PALNTS AND OILS.
Sheet, Round, and Square Prepared
PROVISIONS, MILL FEED,
GARDEN SEED, GRASS SEED.
Which will be exchanged for country pro
duce or sola at lowest prices.
t nnvnu'D "C T "D A DVP
un. " t . rrr, or- Corner Chenamus and Hamilton Streets
PRINTED OR PLAIN. OF THE BEST oruct " nRT . 0RFGOV
quality at Thc AsToxua oSce. I ASTOKIA., UKfcUUa.
Main Street, - - Astoria Oregon
BERGMAN it' BERRY
RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATXBN
tion of the public to the fact that tho
above Market will always be supplied with a
FULL VARIETY BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS 1
Which will be sold at lowest rates, wholesale
and retail. Special attention girea to suppli
MRS. S. T. McKEAN,
All kinds of
LADIES UNDERWEAR, ETC.,
Corner of Cass and Jefferson streets, Astoria.
-Stamping done to order.