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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1881)
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"WEDNESDAY.. MAY 11, 1SS1
ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
I. C. Ireland, Ihlitor ami I'rojiriftor
Astvnan Building, Cass lrci.
Terms of Subscription :
served by Carrier, per weak ..........25 Conu
Sent by mail, four months.. . .......J 00
Sent by mail, cne year......... ... . 9 W
free of Potneo to subscriber.
J Advertisements inserted by tbeyear at
:be rato of SI .V) per squure per month.
Transient ailrortisinc. by the day or woek,
Ifty cents per square for each insertion.
Tlif WiTly .Woi-iau.
I-. a maiiiuiolii hcet. exactly double
the size of Hit Daily. Jt is, just tho pa
per for tho firesld rontaimiix in addi
tion to all the cunent ncv.s, choice mis
cellan.aj;nruttural matter, market re
ports, etc. J L i- iurmtiifd to single sub
seribers at ?- ) -r u.r in Hdvunee.
$;Aiiiuiled iuniir of Miiall adver
tisements i"ertd t established rates.
IHF Dvil.1 AsJ:iA tdlt rttli J
it'iil 4il " ci-t a tHiiitu. frrftf ii'jt.. .Vf
fx ', eoitUmt.Uil. n),f:n-t 4rM the eft
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r ri'.Ki.t l. f.i tn mtH po-l-ttftn: with
on .iMfff.wl rtmt. AArci mcjr he
e i .; j - tfUrn wirtil. lstrr jmvv at
t r.,untitni rl.
The Athe'.stan sailed vefier.lity.
The Moroni had to Iks light utcd
ofi' the hogs back.
- The Orion I sailed fnMti
Francisco for Astoria on Snndav.
anl Historical .ciet.y
-Little Ada May Douglass n sH
very low. and recovery is donlMfiil.
-The Siiiilu'K'k has the automatic
buoy on bontvl again: hence this
change in the weather.
-Dr. J. Welch will Ajc in Astoria
May 24th, to practice his profession
for a few weeks. Mo rail have rooms
at the Occident.
Hawes new building will be con
structed by Surprenaut and Ferguson.
Gill and Clinton began driving piles
for the foundation j'esterday.
--We are in receipt of a copy of the
thirty-second annual report of the
trustees of the Astor library, for the
year ending December ill, 1880.
Readers of The Astoria must
not fail to read tho advertisements if
the' would be posted with relation to
the business going on about this
region,particularly as regards merchan
dising. Capt. J. A. Brown, chairman of
the board of pilot commissioners, ar
rived in the city from Portland last
evening, and the commissioners will
hold a meeting for the transaction of
business at 10 o'clock a. m., to-day
Monday morning as Carl Adler
was examining a pistol it accidentally
went off, the ball passing through the
J70II0W, between the thumb and fore
finger of the left hand, slightly burn
ing his finger and causing him to turn
as white as a ghest, but fortunately
not doing any further harm.
Is Robeson trying to make capital
for himself as he lays in the cell of a
murderer in Portland J Who that
says Robb was in the act of striking
him down with a chair when he shot.
The other story about the fish license
finance is wrong. Mr. Robb made fair
settlement with the committee.
It is safe to take a person at thoir
word, if a threat is made to commit a
murder the person threatening should
be treated as a murderer at once.
Leniency to the assassin Robeson, and
a belief that ho was :i coward, who
would not dare to do as he said he
would, cost J. Y. Robb his life.
Master Francis Connor Ireland
(our commodore), celebrated his fourth
birth-day anniversary yesterday with
considerable delight to himself and to
all present. The practice of observing
childrens birth-day anniversaries is
quite popular in other parts of the
country, and should be equally so with
us in Oregon.
The little four year old son of
Mr. L. A. Loomis is the happy pos
sessor of a live horse, Capt. Fiavcl
having presented him with Billy.
Billy is a noted animal. He is as fat
as sleek as a pet can be made. Capt.
Flavel has owned him twenty-one
years, and when brought to Clatsop
county was winner in all racos, go as
We have authority for the state
ment that Mr. Ceo. W. Hume has
had nothing more to do with the
Steamboat Brand than the bank from
which the Watsons drew to pay for
the original purchaso. Mr. Hume is
now quite rapidly recovering, and will
sowi be able to himself refute the
srfmders. No man on this river has
beeu more tenacious to protect tho
reputation of our fish than Mr. Geo.
If a Columbia river Cannerymcn's
Protective Association could bo
formed, they would be able to very
quietly and effectually protect them
selves from such jobs as Watson and
company put up on them. Suppose a
car load of inferior fish was shipped to
Cincinnati, the association could fol
low it by mail with thousands of circu
lars addressed to individual and firm
purchasers, which would fix the ope
Ondordonk is building a railroad in
British Columbia, and is spending
lots of money over in that country;
but ho is filling the whole section with
some of the hardest secimons of
humanity living any v here. When
the Idaho took tip her load officers
had to stand with revolvers at the
hatches who food was served to the
hulf-savaire crowd. When they arrived
the boys, three hundred strong, took
possession of a saloon and installed
one of their number as bar-keeper.
He disponsed fluids with a lavish hand
to his thirst brethren. The propri
etor of the saloon retired until the
gue.U departed. Onderdonk settled
this and 4.her little kindred bills
when In went back .
A. Goose Story.
I'ndur date of April "2lHh, a cor
respondent a? i'aiersons pwint writes
to the Transcript: "On Jjtt Sunday,
24th int.t it (Uerailr floured. About
tllft MfteriKMtU H i-hvC-Z of j
fell on this point .v
1 the wild geese living over at the time
were jorcen uonn.io me grutuiu. ;b
flfck Hying wr tit sttrf wer forced
down into the breakers, and nv-r one
thousund wei dmwned and w4ied
ashore by the urf. The Indians from
Shoal water bay re gathering thtnn
up. Thty mx' very fat, and the Indi
ans are haviitg a regular feast. They
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1iit.-hI h pim.- ,.! Hrum tit tub-it n lt-tttritli !
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iiimh m me Kvo 10 nmwnau.T ij ;
English Sky-larks in America.
Mr. lohu Burroughs, in his Notes
of a Walker in si recent number of
Scribner, descrilwd the delight with
which he hesrd a attuy English sky
lark, which had evidently either es
caned fittin a cage, or wa.s a survivor!
of those which weiu libsrattid iu Long
island several year ago. He swggeat-
eu tliat there was n reaem way uioi
hkm.k ..oo ..-- .vr-.. ...V
k should not thrive in this country ;
well as in Enro:. Actin on this
suggestion. Mr. Charles 11. Howe, of
Cornwall, England, an enthusiastic
aOmiror of Mr. Burroughs' writings,
has sent him a number of English sky
larks, which arrivod in New York re
cently, and have been forwarded to
Esopus-on-thc-Hudson. where they
will be set free.
The eastern agene' for Burls fine
shoes, 281 Grand street, cannot furnish
a bettor article nor nicer tit than our
own home merchants.
-CajH. Fiavcl has presented his
fine thoroughbred filly, Tilly W., to
Ca; t. Ceo. C. I'lavel, and tho present
owner is training her to the buygy.
She is a fine animal.
--Thomas Waterbnrv. of Lewis!
county, is going to move to Ferndale,
Whatcom county, and establish a
flouring mill and a grist mill, both of
which are much needed in that region.
Children up the valley and the
ladies too, are indulging iu their
annual pleasure of strawberrying.
The fruit is ripening early and said to
hi; very abundant. This seawm will
be one of plenty in the fiuit line.
-The Sanitarian, a monthly maga
zine devoted to the preservation of
health, mental and plrysical culture,
A. N.Bell, a.m., m.ii., editor; T. P.
Corbally, a.m., m.h., associate editor,
1HJ Fulton atreet, New York, should
be in the hands of everybody.
.Mrs. B. M. Washburn, wife of
the proprietor of the Dayton Chroni
cle, has again been adjudged insane.
The unfortunate lady waB taken to
Steilacoom by Sheriff Mustard last
week, whore it is hoped that judicious
treatment will again restore her reason.
The light house board gives notice
that on and after June 1st, a firat
class steam siren, giving blasts of five
seconds' duration, at interrals of
seventy seconds, will be sounded, dur
ing thick and foggy weather, at point
Reyes light Btation, California, instead
of the steam whistle now in tibe.
The sailing schooner Annie F.
Briggs, Capt. Bailey, which arrived at
Noah bay on the 2d. picked up nine
xanoes at sea during a southwest gale,
April 30th. These canoes had on
board eighteen Indians belonging to
Vancouver island, who had got lost
from their vessels during tho galo.
TI1C3' were brought safelv into Neah
The Marengo correspondent of
the Palaha Spirit speaks a truth;
"No town under the broad canopy of
heaven can thrive and grow while its
inhabitants sleep and refuse to be
awakened. Enterprise has built cities
on mountain-sides and desert plains;
and well-directed energy can build a
business point anywhere, in spite of
the hills and croakings. Tho gods
help them that help themselves h a
truism the world over."'
The officers in the Astoria Custom
house have jusi completed a compikv
tion of the number, of times Capt.
Fred Bolles has crossed Columbia river
into this port, and find that from
first to last he has entered vessels hero
at this Custom-house 205 times. As
he has passed out as often this makes
him 550 crossings of the bar, and he
has never yet met with an accident
that cost a general average. Tliis
surely ought to give Capt. Bolles an
opportunity to be able to oxpres3 an
opinion -which should carry weight
with it, aB to the needs of our commerce.
Murder in the First Degree.
The meauing of S3, seen iu nearly
all legal documents, is not generally
known. Many have iuquired the ubo
of the cabalistic device, until the ques
tion having got into the newspapers,
a correspondent of the Globe-Deim- 5
crat, after much research, has decided
that the symbol is derived from the
Latin phrase sues sulataus greeting
those within jurisdiction. Syzgyg
noscism is what Dr. Hammond calls
"the power to commit murder when
asleep. " That is the word we have
been trying to think of for nearly two
vcars. We knew it had seven gables,
a portico front and back, and a man
sard roof, but we could n't recall its j
cognomen. it the uoctor calls the
j power to commit murder when
I asleeii svzgvruoscisin. we want to see
the document which would apply to
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I ll-l.-n'II win illiuucu .-M.i , Klf inning I
1 i . t j r, i
i on hii Hccoroeon. '
University department in
the Eugene (Juard shows ability. It
is conducted bv the students. Mis:
DeEUa Cogswell is at present perform-'
! mg that specialty. She informs ns: !
pecialtv. ne inioniis lis:
That vacjnion is a thing of the past. .
That extra sessions are in outer.
That strawberries are ripe on the'
i,,t rSin "V n XCWdwSl :
""weivjeice in the fraiance
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..I iin lirtr tmirir mi: !
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, reans do not take off their hats to
! them the German saving "they have
: jiiimnjitim .'.. 'J
sparrows under thoir hats."
That Mi.ni Mav Underwood who is
teaching near .Junction came home :
last Fridav. Her many
the loss of her presence, and
On Thursday l last, week, the,
ticjkl ikvntimot iitn
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rismcfi ttini- liiMTnii Snllnsf
-r Li . rj- i f n i
Jllv utToert ivicuornack', oi tne
chiss of 1878, who has been spendnig;
the winter in Eugene, is now visiting'
friends in The Dalles: and intends to
make her future home in Walla-walla, j
That. Miss Emma Cornelius depart-
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ed for Brownsville, near which place j
she will take charge of the district
school. Her first attempt at training
the juvenilo mind.
That scandal ought to be made
punishable by law.
--It is not the style now in first
class printing office to turn column
rules bottom side up as a token of sad
ness. In some cases a black flag is
hung out for thirty days. The rule
in Portland of late has been to hang
out a red flag, and get an auctioneer
to do the crying, while the sheriff
':'o 'SYiietiers and run!! of Pub.
He Schools. 1
Tl... o,v ..W,1 lunl nl1ii;ul-....l hvr ;
A i 1ii'ro X' i.s 4ill -i1kltrul !
the superintendents of Oregon to be
. J. I'ltl uvl - vs- ll4. uti.M'iul '
introduced the present season, are '
just leecived direct from the publish-,
ers, and are now for sale and exchange
at introductory prices set by the state '
superintendent. I, expert fully 3'nu,
Larl .Adler, dealer in hooKs and sta
otiee to the I'nltJie.
The poor, unfortunate young man
that lost his leg last summer in the
VicliprmntiR nnTifre bru; nmr ritli Ilio
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ueip 01 inenus, suincu ;i siunu mure,
where ho 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 keep3
the best brands of tobacco and cigars.
Water street, opposite 0. R. S: N.
Co. s Dock.
Go to M. C. Crosby's and get
j'our lunch buckets, water kegs, bail
ers, buoys and boat stoves.
Mr. John Rogers, of the Central
Market, has made arrangements to
keep all the finest fresh fish, etc, in
Chewing molasses peppermints
and chewing candies of all flavors, at
the Astoria candy factor)'', made fresh
every day, opposite the bell tower.
lust rccoived at Carl Adlers, a
full assortment of Sewing Machine
Needles of all makes and sizes; to be
sold at reduced rates.
P. J. Goodman, on Chcnamus
street, has iust received the latest and
most fashionable style of gents and!
ladies boots, shoes, etc
The Bock beer mado by the Co
lumbia brewery in Astoria is the best
in the market. It was thoroughly
inec iuiu provcu bucii jaai year. 1
Kfifilnrs mirnrm v.ij riininmr in
full blast last evening. It will bo held
again to-morrow at 2 and at t o clock
Cocoanut ice, cocoanut caramels,
molasses cocoanut, chocolate caramels
at the Astoria candy factory, next;
door to Stevens A Sons book store.
Gray's wood j-ard is now fitted up
on the wharf foot of Benton street,
and prepared to deliver wood to any
part of the city sawed to any length,
aud full measure.
Ladies accept of no taffy at the
liands of the gentlemen except such as
is good to eat, and is made fresh
every day at tho Astoria candy factory,
opposite the bell tower.
Carl Adler will sell his entire
stock of wall-pockets, brackets and
picture frames at a great sacrifice as
lie has determined to close out and
quit that lino of trade.
For a first-class oyster stew, fry,
pan-roast or fancy roast, go to Iloscoo's
on Main street, opposite N. Loeb's.
Families supplied bj tho hundred or
the sack, opened or in the shell.
Since the Chinese started to brew
"cheap San Francisco beer" there is
little or no demand for that article
any more. Call for tho Columbia
brewery beer, if you want something
uu.iu,w.,,.Bu,u,,.Bu.ciiml Stockton, our well kiiuwti artists,
second Causar class. Having linwhetl ,.,, .rt ,,;, 1u. h.A Mll finp;. ,
Furnished Koobih to Let
At Mrs. Munson's lodging hnuap.
onircN to Kent.
Single or in suites of two, in The
Astokiajc building. Prices reasonable. !
i'aunry Itlrtl I.ot.
The tinder will be liberally reward
ed by returning the same to the post
office. Piano to Kent.
A good piano is offered for rent at a
fair rate, by Capt. A. W. Berry. Ap
ply at the Washington Market.
Curraii has :i
nxmiK ii let
near the Congregational
, - . .
Oar, eleven feel; caustic soda.
: den lacquer, asphaltum varnish, fund- j
tie t suit at Oko. . Ht'MKs.
UiiNt Jtereived at Carl .tlleri.
new invoice of thoe Celebrated
CnbitH - t Grand Piaii
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Piano.-. Also, a new
mu. He will sell
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:iricw fr ca3i,or on the installment
" -i z-rzr-.
ire Cream Saloon.
Vmnk Kaber's ice cream s;,loon, on
r?,e "?; ; '-'s mill, is now
linen inceiv miiii olivine ruunis lur
- . .1 .
""dies. It is also the depot for choice .
eonfectionen', talTv, etc. llomam
punch served to order.
TheCejitnil hotel, near the steam- j
lmi fli .. - ,wm. ,. fnp 1BIVMn.
tion of guests, whei-e the well known '
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catctvr, Mr. Anton Ilebdi will always
l,u f.,ud read v to wait on his natrons.
,ln llM ll!Mi .-,. ,,,.lV,t IlsllllUli iIonse
tlir.iuill O r..itf.I lit- ATfWSKI. I'lk'ft 1
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brands ot honors and cigars to he had
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Id orcein- lhroal should lie
stonned. N'ealect freouently results in
an incurable lung dieaeor consump-
l,5.011- ,nwns Hroneliinl troches do not
disorder the stomach like rough syrup.
aml baIsams. ,mt avt directly on the in-
named parts, allaying irritation, give
relief iu asthma, bronchitis, coughs,
catarrh, and the throat troubles which
110. nil 101113 teiiia iiomu oiuucioui
troches have been recommended by
phyieian, and always give perfect
satisfaction. Having been tested by
wide and constant two for nearly an en
tire generation, they have attained well
merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 2Ti rent a
The Peruvian syrup has cured thou
sand who were suffering from dyapep
sia, debility. liver complaint. loiIs. bu
ns, female complaint;., etc. I'ampn
thW.Fowle lets free to am addre
& Son. Ilostoi'
- s a mihl. I.i.t eflertual laxative, !
as a safe but .-iiri' tonic, blood purifier 1
and yeinml . r.-euthener, us-' Kinic f
the Blood. Se.- :.dveriiseiuent.
1AV1SM TO CAM. THE ATTENTION OF j
the citizen of Astoria ami Ieinitv llutl Ij
hat ovarii a I
XJfcXXGr STORE i
Xear the O. K. & N. t Vs uWk. Jly stock Is
new and fresh and am one wMmii: any
thing hi my hue may ileju-ml on getting the
1TKEST AND hl-ST.
I have eciirrd Ihe services uf Air. A. F.
Johns, a careful and competent Druttgea of
foMrtefii jears exiK-rlriiee. who v.lSI attend
to Hie lnMTiitIiiu Drjiartinctn.
AKo a xileiiiUd assortment of
Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes,
Gombs, Toilet Sets,
Ami everything usually keiu in a first elas
Drug Store, and tliey will he sold at the
VEItY I)VCST 4'i:iCES.
Uy strict attention and fair dealing 1 v!ieit
a share or the public patronage.
Jtonectfutly. .1. W.COXX.
1. S. I'hysieiwis iireseriptioiK rnmo:tm!
ed day or night.
MAGNIJS 0. CROSBY,
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings.
Ptaters ai Steam Fitters
Goods and Tools,
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD,
SHEET IRON TIN AND COPPER.
Stoves, Tin Ware and House
JOBBING IN SHEET IRON, TIN. COP
PER. PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING
Done with neatness and dispatch.
None hut first class workmen employed.
A large assortment of
Constantly on hand
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TRENClUllil & UPSHUR
A III) WARE.
P A ? Vfjiy ( I l ?Tn
J - i' jl.., v i ojjjj juavi
At:EXCV OF THE
Imperial Mills FlOUr and Feed.
Ichenamus Street, Near Olney,
ii i i: am IlliOW.V.
LeilieilWel)er & CO.,
mnnTTHin 1MT1 nnTTlTTHn
IMIUirind KiW bUnniPlIld.
Mauerartiirers :u:il IiiiKrterot
!.!. KINDS OF
Wlio5eate Dealers in
OIL AND TALLOW.
BOOTS and SHOES
ms-HiSlif.st ca-h pnee pnltl for Hides and
(leneol a"--nHw::i of l;-.We Uh'L constantly
n linii'l. mh'Ji i
Caniio.tl Pniits ami Jelly
i Bacon, Hair.s. Shoulders, Lard,
KiidS. KSf'll'ili:. JIKFSK.
irresh Fruits s:i-i Vegetables,
M II:,- vi-
:;(t.is. tdil on coiii
T. W. Kr4.x
Alt ri.tf :.:
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t. II. :, .
Asloria Market !
v vt:K:v i
i. irr. :.i JrfKor"
U'hi!a'alo and Ketai! Iiealuri in
Fresh and Cured Meats
A hilt line of
FAMII.V OKOCEKIES, Fl.Ot't:. FEED
1IAV. CAXXED FKIUT. VKflE-
oir I5iiter. Ex?. Otiae.e. elf. constantly
e-u" Suipa supplied at the lowest rate.
Wilson & Fisher
. HKAI.Ki: IN
LUBRICATING OILS, COAL OIL,
PAINTS AN' I) OII.S.
Sheet, Round, and Square Prepared
PROVISIONS, MILL FEKI),
GARDEN SEED, GKASS SEED.
Which will ln exi-hnngftl for ninitry nro
tluriMirsoMnt lowest prices.
Corner 'heiiaiuu and lliuuillon .Streets
ASTOIM , OKKGUN.
BRICK ivtjif LAYER
l'hAIX AMI OKXAMEXTAI.
Orders left :it tin Occident lintel, or at my
WarcliiittM. fool of Denton Street, promptly
LIME. SAXD. IIUK'K. I'LASTEK, LATH,
Cement, and all matctinbi iu my line,
furnished to order.
cB"Special attention paid to Furnace work
ami Ihinges. Cistern work warranted cond
or no iiay.
Crf"Asent San Juan and XewTacumaLIme.
MRS. S. T. McKEAN,
All kinds of
LADIES UNDERWEAR, ETC.,
Comer of Cass and Jefferson streets, Astoria.
JSjtatupingdoue to order.
CLEANING and REPAIRING
NEAT. CUEAr AND QUICK. BY
Cbenamus St., next Nicholas' Barber Shop.
THE I X L STORE
LEADS THE VAN ! !
ABOVE THE DIN' AND TIDE OF BATTLE: AMIDST MISSILES FBOM
FLYING SHOT AND SHELL, STILL COMF.S THE CRY AND
GRAND RUSH TO THE I XL STORE,
Where Is displayed one of the largest aud most complete stocks of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
EVER SEEN IN THIS MARKET,
And to be Sold at thelowcst Marginable Profits.
A FULL LINE OF DRESS GOODS,
With Satins, GimpSj Cords and Buttons to Match.
S-LOC3E3S, HTJE1&9 OEXJOIBCXlSrCS-S,
IN ENDLESS VARIETIES.
HOSIERY, CORSETS AND GLOVES,
AT PRICES WHICH WILL ASTONISH YOU.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE INVOICE OF
&Yr& SMryles in Strao7 jEDEVts.
IN FACT HERE YOU WILL FIND EVERYTHING IN THE LINE
THAT CONSTITUTES A FIRST CLASS DRY GOOES ESTABLISH
MENT. I SHALL SUSTAIN MY ONE PRICE SYSTEM AND
Don't Propose to be Undersold.
CALL AND SEE ME. MME. DEMOREST AGENCY.
C. H. COOPER,
I X I. Store, corner Main and Conronily Streets. Astoria, Oregou
The Boss Coffee and Tea Pot
rZ TiiiTn g lUfiil II Mill 11 1 Miiiirl in 1
S, B.. HAWES
TWO DOORS EAST OF OCCIDENT,
Keelar, the Auctioneer,
WILL COMMENCE SELLING HIS IMMENSE STOCK OP
ALL KINDS OF
AT KOLDEN'S AUCTION ROOMS.
The Sale will Continue Every Day, at 2 and 7 P. M., Until all is Sold.
LatHes particularly invileil toaltomlmittKil! curly ml examine (lie block.
E. C. HOLDEN, Auctioneer.
Assisted hy FRAXK KEELAR, mit a license.
FLtRNITUBB s BEDDING-
AND DEALER IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall P?iper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
WINDOW CORNICES AJS'D CDRTAIN TOLES
Complete In every branch.
M. MEYER Proprietor.
HAVING EVERY FACILITV FOK
tide, I am now prepared to fumi
AT 30 CEXTS PEIt ;.VLLO
A JSCOXjIESQ A TijEE.
wsy-fcamilies and keepers of public ho-ises promptly and regularly supplied.
M. MEYER. Proprietor ASTORIA. OREGON
ARNDT & EERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Only .Machine Shop
And the best
In the city.
AU kinds of
lYomptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
MACHINE SHOP, NEAR KINNEY'S AS
MAV BE HAD OF
AImi. AceiU for Uie eelelirateil
HE MANUFACTURE OF A FWST CLASS AB
tha public with the finest quality, forciub.
AT l HO PER I)OZO.
Fishermen's and Workingmen's
MARCUS "WISE, - - PROPRIETOR.
HAVING JUST OPENED THE ABOVE
named store, next door to the Astoria
Bakery and having just received a first clas
CLOTHING, DJIY GOODS, BOOTS,
SHOES, TEUNKSf VALISES,
Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods
And all goods kept in a well stocked Cloth
Follow ing is a scale of some of ray prices :
i Overalls from DO cts to St 00
1 Shaker Socks 0 cts or 6 pair for SI 00
Merino wnueiMiirts ana univers.....i uo
Ladies Iron Frame Hose. ... .J25 cts
Ladies Corsets fronu. .75 cts to $1 00
riease look for the sign ot the Fishermen's
and "Workingmen's Store. Chenamas street,
next door to the Astoria Bakery.
MARCUS WISE, Proprietor.