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Transient advertisinc. by the day or week, j ness is not only n injury to the en
5fty cents por suaro for each insertion. ' tire class, but is a sore trial to faithful
Tlir Weekly Aloriaii.
ls a mammoth sheet, exactly double
the size of the Daily. It is jut the pa
per for the flrcMde, coiiLiiniiii in addi
tion to all the esurient news, choice inis
cellauv. agricultural mailer, market re
ports, etc. It i- litruKhed lo single sub
scribers at Si 00 per year in adVRtice.
29TA limited milliner of suisll adver
tisunionts inserted .t eUtllihed rnte-5.
Tub !)a::. AsroitiA Kilt In- e lv
mtilntl") citnt a month. Jrtt of wWotff. t'.e&t
erx win eimiem:AaUn:i&ice fmm the citti tan
Thh a-!TOkian M,'.w tlKm. 1uh.y"J
or Whiiiclv itUiUfut tunny pt-njkee rlth-
out muliltonal n-w Ada iHal
if ("Hinting .
May day. Who's the Queen.
Strawberries are in the market.
The Lizzie I
U at fort
The Adulta was towed tip by the .
Chief, Uapt. Pease pilot.
-Wu Xichola 6a!m of (Jileud
oil, for fcore or chapped hands.
Oapt, P. K. Ferclien has
visiting friends in Vancouver.
Mr. Eutrene Thorpe, elork
Mr. E. C. Hdldou, is lying sick at the !
Services of the M. H. Chuich, in
the Baptist church to-day at the usual I
hours, by the pastor.
Portland is preparing fur a big
celebration on the coming anniversary
of our National independence.
It was the Chief towing, Capt. Al.
Betts pilot, which brought the Lizzie!
IretJale into port from Portland.
Mr. Kobert Johnson, of tho
Fishermcns Packing company, has
lost 100 fathom of net.
Sheriff Twombly, who conducted
the assassin llobeson to tho Mult
nomah jail, remained over in Port
land. Lieut S. H. Jones, fourth artil
lery, has beon ordered to conduct an
insane man of battery M to Snn
There might have been a chance
to go to Skipanon last evening as a
steamer "skip'd-on" pa6t tho city in
The Thurlund Castle was taken
through tho swash to Bakers bav I
this is almost equivalent to going to J
sea to get around.
The ship Carrie Winslow, from
Philadelphia for this port March 6th
was spoken April 1, in latitude 7
north, longitude 29 west.
The Bock beer made by the Co
lombia brewery in Astoria is tho best
in the market. It was thoroughly
tried and proved such last year.
The steamer .Alice came down last
evening. She is ono of the fanciest of
the Oregon Railway and Navigation
company's fleet of first class river
Mrs. Ford has succeeded ad
mirably in Astoria, having secured a
list of over twenty, many of our best '
citizens, for the Illustrated History of
Chief Barry returned from Port
land yesterday, having delivered Pilot
Doig to the authorities there. Mr.
Doig gave bonds for his appearance
and was released at once. His bond
was fixed at $1,000.
The present opposition between
the cities of Portland and Vancouver
afford people the luxury of a first
class steamer excursion at a very low
rate of fare; and the people seem to
be enjoying it muchly.
Thanks to Col. A. T. Hawley, of
Taquina bay, who ha3 numbered us
among his friends in Astoria, to be
remembered by pleasant sketches re
ceived by Capt. Denny, of the United
States steamer Wright.
The Brenham and Astoria towed
the Thurlund Castle to Bakers bay
yesterday morning. She will take on
board the cargo that was lightered
from her when on the beach, as soon
;as the Ocklahama is repaired.
The ladies of St. Pauls Guild,
Oregon city, have chartered the ele
gant steamer Lurline for an excursion
to- Vancouver on Decoration day,
May 30, 1881. Having been newly
painted and fitted up, the Lurline is a
most elegant boat, especially suited
for an occasion like this.
The poems of Major Adams will
be published before long in blue and
gilt. Probably first in England, also
those of the Majors sister, Mrs. M. A.
A. Senter, and his deceased brother,
J. I. Ira Adams. Tho Columbian
says the probable cost of the Majors
volume will be $2 00 per copy.
Grace Church School
The Eastor term of the Grace church
school commenced January 10th, and
has had sixty-five scholars upon its
roll since that time. The average at
tendance during January and Febru
ary, was fifty, March and April the
average has been fort'. The advance
ment in most of the studies has been
good, especially in the higher grades;
but those classes have suffered from
Jihe unfortunate habit of many parent3
who allow pupils to attend at will, and
to drop out of their studies ontirely if
they are inclined to do so; or if placed
teachers and scholars. A request has i
' been made ilmt the school should con-,
ttnue a summer session, and if a suffi
cient number can be guaranteed beforo
June 1st it will re-open on the first of
July. The success of the school dur
ing the past year, assurosa pormanent
institution which will grow in future
usefulness if it is encouraged and sup
ported as ui hope it tuny be.
We i eproduce a fine little poem to-
day written in 187C, by Mrs. A. Da
vidson of Oswego. Tualamet island
.g beftUtifljl trftct of ,and 8itnaled itl
I Clackamas comity, on the west side of
the Willaraet river, between the
j mouth of the Tualatin river and Os
5 wego lake. It was formed into an
j island a few yeats since by a canal j
connecting the waters of the Tualatin I
it is surruu
.Mrs. I), originated
met, by taking the first syllable of the ;
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i iUaifUIU IIIIU IHC lii ju-ju njjmuici i i
Oswego lake; consequently prices are as reasonable as any. l tiey tunjty lo .)Ul on rec0rd his position
ndudby the waters of the have telephone connections, ana aiij. . Roberlson case IIc ,,:IS
and Tualatin rivers; hence i the appurtenances of first class metro- j . .. . .
beent,e Wilkmet. Tualamet should
accented the same as Willamot.
The (lenerai Garfield
was iaunctieu;"""""r "' "
at Saint Helen on Wednesday of last
1 littr iittiiitar ?icicnTiiiOprl tn I
1 ..!- l.n ftrof lifl in 41il
IJITI IlllkC: IILI li9i i'Uk t,..i
waters of the Columbia. Many went j
on boant belore iie was .aunonea aim ,
lookaside which they will long re-,
member. o naiail ever supped more i
f..ii.. :.... !,.. vvnva lmn ciio !
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The cheerniL' was prolonged as she
swept down with her joyous freight of
human beings. She floated down
nearly opposite Columbia city before
tho Gazelle brought her lo, and towed
her up to Saint Helen. The Gazelle
also had a big crowd on board, and
old aim young appeared in enjoy uio ;
occasion very much. The Columbian t
informs us, but forgot to say whether !
the vessel is to be rigged as a ship, J
bark, lm, sclioonor, sloop, steamer,
liargc, scow or canoe.
Bishop Havon, of the Methodist
Episcopil church, will visit Astoria
remaining a day or two in June, while
on his way to the commencement ox- j
orcises of Yillamet University.
Presbyterian church Preaching
at 11 a. m. by Rer. S. Hall Young, of
fort Wrangol, Alaska, and at 7:30 r.
M., by Rev. G. W. Lyons, of Sitka,
Alaska. Sunday school at noon.
A San Francisco dispatch of the
29th sa's: The revenue cutter
Thomas Corwin, was to Jirvo sailed to
morrow on an Arctic cruise in search
of tho Jcannette and missing whalers,
but departure was postponed till next
We are ple:ised to hear that a livery
stable is about to be established in
Astoria, where saddle or carriage
horses can be obtained by tho day or
hour. It will be a valuable acquisi
tion to tho city, and a great public
One of the prettiest scenes in Ore
gon is the fishing fleet returning home
ward to Astoria from the Cape Satur
dajT evenings on a fair tide, with a
leading wind. Yesterday we counted
173 boats under canvas. There were
many more, but they were so close to
gether that all could not be counted.
A letter from Gen. H. A. Morrow
to Col. E. C. Mason, dated at Niles,
Michigan, April 9th, states that he
and his wife were called there by the
serious illness of Mrs. Morrows father,
who is not expected to survive long.
Mrs. Morrow, at the time of vriting,
was quite ill from an attack of rheu
matism. A widow masher who lives near
Oregon city, and who had worn a hard
trail through Doc. Howell's newly
plowed field got caught in two beaver
traps at the place where he jumped
the fence, one day last week. It is
said that he presented a worse appear
ance, personally, than the man who,
in descending Ring mountain, got
into camp tn hours ahead of time.
Major Throckmorton, of tort Can
by,informed Mayor Thompson,of Port-
laud, with reference to a rumor of!
small pox among the Chinese of that j
city. Immediately on the receipt of;
this information, Mayor Thompson
called out Chief Lappeus, requesting a
thorough investigation. This the
chief thoroughly inspected and he re
reports that not a single case of small
pox could be found.
Impure blood Symptems: Slug
gish circulation, dyspepsia, liver and
kidney complaint, billiousness, consti
pation, piles, languor, weakness, "the
blues," skin disorders, pimples, swel
lings, etc., etc. Purify with King of
the Blood. See advertisement.
"Death of Mrs. Paddock.
Orcgonian 30th: After a brief ill
ness, the beloved wife of Bishop Pad
dock, the newly appointed bishop of
the diocese of Washington territory,
died at St. Helens hall, in this city,
yesterday morning, of typho-pneumo-nia.
Bishop and Mrs. Paddock ar
rived in this city from the east over a
week ago. The fatigue, excitement
and labors, incident to the trip across
the continent, proved too much for
the lady. On arriving in San Fran
cisco, she became ton ill it leave her
room. When the steamer sailed for
Portland Mrs. Paddock was taken from
a sick bed and conveyed on board and :
. . . . . . i
arrived here in a very precarious state
of wirt,. T1.H condition, notwith-!
standing the most tender care and the '
best medical attendance, has coiitintt-
ed to grow worse until death super-!
vened. The affliction is a j eculiarly :
sad otu', coming as it does upon the
very threshold of her entrance with
her husband ifpou n new fiVld, and one!
widelv remote from all the associations
I that have gathered around her life, i
Messrs. Woodward ancs. Magoou
have made Cornells celebrated livery
and sale stable in Portland an institu-1
that the largest cities
country might be proud lt have.
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Their splendid hacks are made express-
ly for them, and expense is not spared opposing Kohertsoii, and there it
in the build and outfit. They employ' will be in Conkling's power to re
the most careful and experienced port it or not. Evidence all goes
drivers and their horses the best that j
any stable can produce, while their j
f.'i-ny's wood yard is now fitted up
I... ,vi,nf f..r.f nt ltoniy.,, ei-rt
and prepared to deliver wood to any I
part of the city sawed to any length, i
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: aim lull measure.
A Big ljot
eer arrived by
I c?faiftioliin (Vtltttll
W acner s. wall aro
nd and see him.
i Cln fit W f! PrnVv's nml ril
! vonr lunch buckets, water keys, bail
'" .'.. w' J . . e
era buoys and boat stoves.
w;UuAt' 14ftM lomi nflflR:f , .
, Boss saloon, opposite i
)tel. Portland. Oraroii. I
I,,r,olftrpnJonh 't el i ortland. Ore'oii. I
--For the Genuine J. If. Cutter
old Bourbon, and the best of wines
,. . ' v - , ,
liquors, and San Francisco beer call
at the Gem opposite the bell tower,
and see Campbell.
P. J. Goodman, on Chenamus
street, has just receivea the latest and
most fashionable style of gents audi
ladies boots, shoes, etc.
T, , t t , bv M c
Crosby, with fire-brick bottoms, are
superior to all others in this market,
F afiret-class "ovstTstew, fry,
pan-roast or fancy roast, go to RoscnSTs
on Main street, opposite N. Locb's.
Families supplied by the hundred or
the sack, opened or in the shell.
If vott want
jood hot cup of
tea, coffee, or
:olatc after your
it the Pair Ymd
clioi) house wliei
fou will get it, and
don't you forget ft. j
When you want a dish of nicej
Eastern Ovsters 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.
Aiiiiucut Cough Syrup cures roughs,
colds bronchitis and consumption.
All bitters arc whiskey in a dis
guised form. It is far better and
more honorable for a man to "brace
up'' to a bar and call for whiskey than
to sneak in the back door of his house
with a bottle of bitters under his coat.
It's whiskey in a bottle "all the same."
Xo whiskey in Pfunder'a Oregon Blood
Tiiedlstartcd tp brew
"cheap San Fr
fcctftx.i.1 ; lucre is
little or no at
for ttud article
For a long time there has been a
need for just such a liniment as Ken
dall's Spavin Cure. Read their adver
tisement. C. M. Morseman & Bros., ottice
is the head center for all prominent
horsemen of New York city. In a
letter of recent date says: we are per
fectly satisfied that there never was
anything made to equal Kendall's
Spavin Cure nor can there bo anything
made to take its place as it removes
the trouble and no remedy can do
more. Read advertisement.
Fellows' Compound Syrup of Hy
pnphosphites is not only tho most
reliable remedy for consumption, but
it is a specific also for bronchitis and
Prices for cannery and fishermen's
supplies have been slaughtered at M.
Frank Faber has removed in
to Dr. Kiusey's building on Water
street On the road to the steamer
dock from down town, before break
fast, it will now le handy to drop in
and get a cup of coffee.
Fire-brick and fire-clay in lots to
suit at M. C. Crosby's.
A fine lot of French candies just
received at Adl
I5FSome say InnjTTis no use for them
to advertise, that they have been in the
place in business all their lives, and
jvorybody knows them. Such people
seem to forget to take in consideration
that our country is increasing In popu
lation nearly -10 per cent every ten years,
and no matter how old thenlace mav be.
, there areconstaut changes taking place;
some move to other parts, ana strangers
fill their places. In this age of the
world, unless the name of a business
firm is kept constantlj before the public,
some new firm may start up, and- by
liberal advertising, in a very short time
take the place of the older ones, and the
latter rust out as it were, and be forgot
ten. No man ever lost money by judi
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WASHINGTON CITY NEWS.
l'.Y MAIL AXDTRLKOBAPH.
"Washington, April 19. A well
known physician here declares that
Blaine is suffering from Brights
disease of the kidneys, and will
never be a well man. The worst
symptom is the fact that his ears
hare bleached out as white as his
face. This only comes when the
disease is so far advanced as to
render iccovery almost hopeless.
Blaine has the same nervousness
mrl r1iitirlintinn tn Iir rpomrflpd
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sick that marked the manner of
Carpenter, when the same dread
disoiuse was driving him rapidly to
Hare Uotal (,'uili.
The republican caucus commit
tet has been in conference with
the president to day and an ex
ecutive session is certain to be
Held next week. Once in execu
tive session the nomination of
Robertson, along with others, J
wjjj jje referred to
merCe OJ, commutee.
be prevented. A majority of that
liiMiiuiiiiuv; a"iic mill wurvuii" ill'
.,.; :.i. i ....!.!:.. :..
to show that he will report it this
session. He wans to jretan omjor-
si&uces ana coiHiit'ous as lavorauie
In something written we have an
indistinct recollection nf having made
reference to a general disposition
among buys in their teens, as well as
boys of maturer years, to enlighten
and bless the world with their pro
found knowledge of the horse and his
history. Our books and newspapers
?re f 1 thw ,kin;1 ot le
lt vanes in slyle from the
are full of this kind of literature, and
il ." ."!lyIe from the production
ill im; iiuiu iii avuuui, iaiiiiiiiuiiliiiij
with: The horse has four legs and a
tail; up to the eloquent tribute of tho
scholar when he quotes from Jeb: That
his neck is clothed with thunder and
the glory of his nostrils is terrible.
He smelleth the battle afar off, the
thunder of the captains and the
shouting. Between these two ex-
treiues of the child at his first school
composition, and tho professional
literature, we have every grade of pre-
tentioti, and each professing to have I
I mastered the whole subject. As we
approach the close of this nineteenth
century, we begin to look lor some
thing better in this department of
knowledge from those who assume to
instruct." And it is to be found in
Kendalls Treatise on the horse, sent
b mail to any person for twenty-five
cents, postage paid. Apply to The
Astoriax ofiice, or address D. C. Ire
land, Astorin, Oregon.
evening May 2
A full atten
dance is desired.
Company No. 1.
To City Patron.
Mr. L. E. Selig, who now has full
charge of Thk Daily Astoriax routes
in this city and upper Astoria, will
collect to-morrow for the past week.
The free list is suspended. Each sub
scriber is expected will pa' for the
paper. Very respectfully,
I). C. Ireland, Publisher.
Xotlce to the Public.
Tho poor, unfortunate 3'oung man
that lost his leg last sumiaer in the
Fishermens cannery has now, with the
help of friends, started a small store,
where he keeps tobacco, -cigars, pipes,
cutlery, etc. He is unable to do hard
work, 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. R. & N.
Co. 'a Dock
Ofttre to Rent.
Single or in suites of two, in The
Astoriax building. Prices reasonable.
Mrs. D. Curran has a few good
rooms to let at reasonable prices on
Cass street, near the Congregational
Choice ItootHN to Let.
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, elevon feet; caustic soda, gol
den lacquer, aspbaltum varnish, furni
ture varnisn, tan uaaic, etc., in quanti
ties to suit at Geo. W. Hatmbs.
The Central hotel, near the steam
ship dock is now open for the recep
tion of guests, where the well known
caterer, Mr. Anton Belolt will always
be found ready to wait on his patrons.
He has had tho abore 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 nty
Marvel not that 1 say unto you, ye
must pay the printer. Whosoever
neglecteth to pay the printer, hath
not eternal life abiding in him. Who
hath sorrow, who hath woe, who hath
the nightmare! They who forget to
render unto the printer his just dues.
If a man live many years and payeth
not for The Astoriax, behold he
shall not die in peace till he hath re
stored to the printer that which he
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to. lie regards
ntion Sf. I.
. L. E.
GENERAL EASTERN NEWS.
BT MAIL AXD TKLKGHArn.
Sam BraaaaBs Generosity.
New York, April 29. A char
acteristic Broadway scene w.as
afforded yesterday in front of the
Astor house. Immigration latter
ly, as is well known, has been
something unprecedented. Poor
creatures emerging from Castle
garden, where they are cooped up
like fowls, take a stroll along
Broadway and return before tfae
gates are closed in the evening.
A party of Italians dressed as at
home, came sauntering up street
yesterday afternoon, and when op
posite the entrance of the Astor
j house encountered Sum Brannan,
j who was enjoying his afternoon
ciirrtr. Boinr stntek with their
quiet, homely good nature he gave
father, mother and daughters some
money. Overjoyed with their un
expected good fortune, they seized
poor Bratinaus hand-; and repeat
edly kissed and kiased them. A
cheering crowd collected, and
blushing Brannan, as soon as possi
1'ii!1.viK!.piua, April "id. Ten
iron giants for the Pennsylvania
railroad company will be built this
summer. They are to be built for
the particular purpose of making
up time on portions of the road
where there are long itops. The
monster locomotive known as No.
10, was butlt as an experiment and
the result has been satisfactory.
Thr KrntBcky Volrano.
Louis vi i.i.e, April 29. A volcano
has broken out on the farm of N.
A. Jarnagin, in the southern por
tion of Ohio county. One day
last week Jarnagiu was attracted
to the place by the escaping gas
from the earth and found that the
earth was seetniugiy ou fire. He
held sticks over the place and the
heat caused them to ignite.
Everybody in Oregon who has used
the woven wire beds and lounges,
manufactured in Salem by Edes &
Durkee, pronounce them thu most per
fect bed or lounge ever manufactured,
elaftic, clean and durable. Each and
every one warranted, and competition
defied. Among those who recommend
them wo notice the names of Rev. P.
S. Knight, Dr. Aug. C. Kinney, Cel
I. R. Moores, B. F. Harding, Drs.
McAfee, Chase, Belt, Wade and
Adams, Rev. Isaac Dillon and a host
of others. Mr. X. Newton of this city
has taken the-agency for the sale of
these beds and lounges in Astoria, and
will be pleased to have all call and see
them at the store of Mr. E. C. Holden
for a fexv days.
Ceo. 1 lil I. proprietor and manager,
Fred Cere, Mage manager. A. Ostramler,
leader of orclutra. (Jeo. Lambert, leader
of brns hand. New fitt part with
Staley as Bruder Bones Xickerson tam
bo and (Jen- interlocutor. Two new
aeK one entitled "That Other Fellow."
characters b Miv; Lou Cook. Mr. Jno.
Cook and Mr. Fntl (Jon. The. other
one called 4VlioStnhl dent Chickens,"
bv Mr. Stailey ami Mr. Xicker&on.
An ontirely new olio composed of
songs ami dances, jig and clog
dances, Dutch. Irish ami Xogro excen
trtcities. Mr. Hill is making active pre
parations for more amusements with
which to please those of the public who
are fond of papular amusements. Xew
orchestral selections by our efficient
orchestra, and new music by our excel
lent brass band on the craiid stand at
precisely 7 r. 5t. Curtain rtes at ex
actly 8 p.m. Entrance on Benton street;
entrance to private boxes, on Chenamus
Accommodation to Fishermen.
fishermen. Get vour
tables at Max Wagners.
!2ffiiE Weekly Astouiax i an
independent newspaper, devoted wholly
and solely to the commercial and mate
rial interests of Oregon, and will be sent
on trial four mouths to any address in
the United States on receipt of SI 00.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST April lath below.steainer Great Re
public on a spit in edge of breakers, ISO
fathom rx) mesh nt-t. 30 meshes new, balance
old. Corks marked L. G. II.. corks and lines
all new . Any erson nudiui; the same will
be suitablv rewarded bv calling iiiion
I.tiWIS (J. ILAVEX.
April "0. tSjt.e West Coast Pkc Co.
1,'OUNI).- About 200 fathom of lead line
. picked up below the old oil works. No
marks. Oiwirr can have same by proving
proiK'rty and payint; charpes by applying: to
1 Next house south of Capt. Babbidge.
FOUXI By Duncan MeVean of Hanthorn
& Co's cannery, one piece of cork line
aud corks, no mark. Owner can have the
same on proof of property and payment of
charges by calling upon
At Hanthorn & Co's Cannery.
April '.2, ISM.
I710UXI). About 71 fathom of pretty new
. net. some corks marked C. P. Co. Was
picked up below Sand Island, in the cut off.
on Thursday last bv the life saving crew.
Owner can have it by paylns charges and
proving oroperty on application to keeper
of life Saving Station Xo. 3, Fort Canby,
TTlOtTXI). On mornimr of Anril 23d about
JD too fathoms net. 50 meshes deep 11 ply
thread, old web: has uew lines and p3tr
new and old floats, old ones marked A. B. &
Co. Owner can have same by proving pron-
ertv and paving cnarges. inquire oi
At Astoria Pkg. Co's cannery-
A (URL OR
OLE AED "WOMAN.
IX to take ca
ANEW SKIFF SIXTEEN FEET LOXO.
Snnire lumber well seasoned. Parties
t the Parker Iloiue.
Samples ostaId, 36 cents. Sent from
THE ASTORIAX OFFICE.
LETTER HEAD PAPER.
PRINTED OR PLAIN. OF THE BEST
quality at Tut Astoxux office.
I HAVE JTIST KEUE1VED, AND HAVE EEADY FOE INSPECTION
THE FINEST SELECTION"
THE LARGEST STOCK
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET, ALL OF WHICH WILL BE
SOLD AT THE
13S-LOWEST BED ROCK PMCES.-SCr
HAVING 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
QUIREMEMTS 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-
rln all departments I hai e the latest novelties. Give me a call.-tftt
a m cooper,
I X L Store, corner Main and Coneomly Streets. Astoria. Oregon
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EURNTTTJKE 5 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 - - -
HAVING EVKUY FACILITY FOU
tide, I am now prepared to furnW
AT .10 CEXTS PER GALLON
-pTrg-T,T-i a -r,yn
t3rFamilies and keepers of public houses promptly and regularly aappliod.
M. MEYER. Proprietor ASTORIA. OREGON
IS SUPERIOi: TO MOST, AND IS EXCELLED
JOHN,HAHjN, - -
irs-Ordere Ielt at the GEHMANIA BEER
General assortment of table stock constantly
on nand. such as
uanneu j? raits and jelly,
Sacon, Hams, Shoulders, Lard,
EGGS. BUTTER, CHEESE.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
FISH. POULTRY AND GAME
In the season.
CIGARS AXD TOBACCO.
Bent of WIXES AM) EIQUORS.
All cheap for CASH. Goods sold on com
mission. Opposite I. W. Case's store.
D. K. Warrrs. . T.W.Evros
Astoria Market !
OPPOSITE OCCIDEXT HOTEl ,
ASTORIA, --- - OREGON.
WA1UIE.V fc KATOX. Proprietor.
(Sueceaon to Warren X McQuire
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Cured Meats
A full line of
FAMILY GROCERIES, FIX)UR. FEED
HAY. CANNED FRUIT. VEGE
ar Butter, Egza, Cheese, ete. constantly
3 Ships supplied at the lowest rates.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
3P XjAS -3? E3 E.E2 L
Orders left at the Occident Hotel, or at my
Warehouse, foot of Benton Street, promptly
T IME, SAND, BRICK. PIASTER, LATII,
- Cement, and all materials in my Hue,
furnished to order.
a"SpecIal attention paid to Furnace work
and Ranges. Cistern work warranted good
or no pay.
83-Aent San Juan and rewTacoma Lime.
Wilson & Fisher
LUBRICATING OILS, COAL OIL,
PAINTS AND OILS.
Sheet, Round, and Square Prepared
PROVISIONS, MILL FEED,
GARDEN SEED, GRASS SEED.
Which will be exchanged for country pro
duce or sold at lowest prices.
Corner Chenamus and Hamilton Streets
- - - - - Proprietor.
HE MANUFACTURE OF A F1HSTCLASS Ait
the public with the finest qutllty. for cash.
AT 81 HO IT.I5 DOZEZN.
JXOXK OX THIS COAST
- ASTORIA, OREGON.
HALL will be promptly attended torev
Fishermen's and Workingmen's
HAVING JUST OPENED THE ABOVE
named store, next door to the Astoria
Bakery and having just received a first class
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, BOOTS,
SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES,
Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods
oodskeptiu a well stocked Clotli-
I Following h a scale of some of my prices :
Overalls from .50 ct3 to SI 0o
Shaker Socks 'JO els or 6 pair for SI 00
Merino Undershirts and Drawers.. SI W
Ladles Irou Frame Hose .........25 cts
Ladles Corets from .to cts to SI Ou
Please look for the sign ot the Fishermen's
I and Workingmen's Store. Chenamus street,
' next door to the Astoria Bakery.
MARCUS WISE, Proprietor.
ARNDT & FERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Only Machine Shop
In the city.
All kinds of
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
MACHINE SHOP, NEAR. KINNEY'S AS
Main Street, - - Astoria Oregon
BEllOMAN C- BERBT
RESPECTFULLY CALL TUB ATTEN
tion of tho public to the fact that tho
above Market will always be supplied wita a
FULL VARIETY BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS!
Which will be sold at lowest rates, wholesale
and retail. Special attention gives to suppb
MRS. S. T. McKEAN,
All kinds of
WOOLS, ZEPHYRS, -LADIES
Corner of Cass aud Jefferson streets, Astoria.
EFStampIng done to order.
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