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Astoria. Oregon, Friday Morning, May 13, 1881.
Tiie Turquoise Mountains- CerriUos
Flacers-The Golden Grant
CerriUos, New .Mexico, is- a Na
tion on the Atchison, Topekn and
Santa Fe milrond, a town that Ims
sprung up in the lust few months
on the lank of the Galisteo, and
right in the midst of the placer
diggings Coal of the best qual
ity abounds there, making it a
place where smelters, crushers,
stamp mills and roasters will be
built. On the way to CerriUos
from Santa Fe, about half way up
the mountain, is one of the old
Spanish, or more probably, Aztec
turquois mine. The veins of this
most precious gem, which Persia
has supplied to the world, are
found in a limestone, varying in
thickness, purity and color, and
was sought for by Mexicans and
Pueblos to make into charms,
trinkets, beads and other orna
ments, but. now a commercial value
is found for it, and one of those
old mines is be'iug reopened. You
can imagine Mmcthing of the age
of this mine when it is stated that
the debris stone out of it covers a
fourth of a mile in diameter, and
cedar trees as large as a mans
body are growing out of these piles
that have decomposed with age.
Over the plains which lie at the
foot of the mountains, you drive
on to the old placers, eleven miles
distant, which have been famous
long before Columbus discovered
America, for their gold beds.
They are literally the wash of the
ages from these mountains. Thou
sands of holes of all depths from
two or three feet to forty feet are
found over this field of gold,
on the surface of which quite
a forest of cedars are now grow
ing; thousands, perhaps billions of
millions are lying there unearthed,
waiting only for one thing, which
must be had to make them of any
value, water. All sorts of schemes
are proposed, but all have failed
in the past. Rounding the Tuerto
you drive seven miles over the
foothills and across the new
placers, much larger in extent
than the old placers, and come to
the camp of Golden. This place
has become quite famous, because
it is on the Canyon del Agua
grant, now owned and being open
ed up by a company of capitalists
from Boston. A million and a
half of dollars has already been ex
pended, and they have only stuck
their pins yet. The grant covered
about 4,000 acres, and was given
for pastoral purposes, ami includ
ed a beautiful plain well suited
for grazing, lying at the foot of
these mountains of gold, copper,
silver and lead, bui by some
means the grant was made to
cover these mountains of wealth.
This Boston company is doing a
wonderous work. As water is the
thing most needed, they have gone
up many miles into the canyon
and built two immense reservoirs,
one holding 124,000,000 and the
other S0,000,009 gallons, from
which iron pipes from fourteen
inches to nine inches are laid fif
teen miles to the camp. They are
also building smelters and stamp
mills and roasters, laying out a
town, opening up gold mines and
tunneling through a mountain of
copper. They employ 2."0 men,
work eighty horses and forty
muics. This grand scheme is
simply in its swaddling clothes;
and yet its future, if their title be
confirmed, will be one of the might
iest works of the ae of wonders.
A eolith, cold or sore throat should la?
stopped. Nejjleet frequently results in
an incurable hm disease or coiimuii)
tion. Brown's Bronchial troches do not
.disorder the stomach like cough .syrup
t-rtnd balsams, but act directly on the in
'flamed parts, allaviim irritation, uivc
relief in asthma, bronchitis. coiiihs
caiarrn, ana me inroat trouuie-. wiucu
.singers and public speakers arc subject
to. For thirty vcars Brown's bronchial
troches have been recommended by
physicians, and alvas give perfect
satisfaction. Having "been tested by
wide and constant u-o for nearly an en
tire generation, they have attained well
merited rank among the few btaplc
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
The Peruvian syrup has cured thou
sands who were suffering from dyspep
sia, debility, liver complaint, boifs, hu
mors, female complaints, etc. Pamph
lets free to any address. Seth Y. Fowle
& Sons, Boston.
As a mild, but effectual laxative,
as a safe but sure tonic, blood purifier
and general strengthened use King of
the Blood. See advertisement.
Further from Clyde. j
In his last letter from .Munich to
his mother. Master Clyde B. Cooke
rivcs an interesting sketch of his
visit to the Alps. We quete: "I
wish you could have had a look at
the Alps from Starnberg,or Boden
see as it is also called. When T
first saw the lake 1 said, 'How
much like the scener- on the
Columbia,' and the town lies yery
much like Seattle, but the houses
are so much prettier, they are all
villas, and there is a. very old castle
on the bill behind the town and a
picturesque chapel, and on the
point corresponding to Milton
across from Seattle, instead of old
mills and lumber yards, there is a
smail village, where the king has a
fuse castle. Beyond this point ric
the Alps. They do not need any
thing said of them, for they cannot
be described. Thev s-em to have
that 'presence which no mountain
ever ?aw had. unless it was
Rainier. Mount Hood and the
Olympic might have had it on a
very near view. T1e lake stretched
away altiiou, to the foot of them,
and just about half-way out in the
lake is a little island, Rosen iusel,
which has another beautiful castle
on it. It was almost too dark to
see it well when we passed it. but
(like which I have seen new and
clean ones, which probably would
cost less), a few stringy beads, and
an attenuated crucifix, all of which
he considers invaluable. One sees
crucifixes everywhere. It is truly
Christ crucified from the founda
tion of the world, even until now.
One of the boys said they stuck up
caricatures of Christ, and he put it
just right; they continually crucify
The Xev Scltool Books.
T saw the Alp-row, and it was . ',, . u
. , , , ., line of travel pursued by the Met
charuiinirlv lovely. 1 he niotin- -. . . .
3 , , J , . party. I hcv were provided wi
tains are niled and thrown to
gether in the most whimsical way,
and at the foot of the range iu-
JJIue Bucket Camp.
The usually quiet little Malheur
valley has been thrown into a
fever of excitement lately by a re
newal of the long talked oi and
ever incurable Blue Bucket ex
citement. Rees and Kendall,
of Union county, both prominent
citizens and men of sterling integ
rity, arrived at the .Malheur agency
recently, and after making some
casual inquiries regarding the
route of the Joe .Meek emigrant
party, unrolled a map and pro
duced a letter from Hon. Wm.
Ilerren. of Salem, in which were
very explicit directions regarding
the locality of the gold found by
his brother in 1S45. They de
sired to be shown the grave of
.Mrs. Chambers.. O. R. McDonald
went with them to the grave.
I From Malheur they took up the
party. I hey were provided witn
mining implements and a bounti
ful Mipnlv of provisions. I pon
their return to the agency on the
Messrs. Cluw.Ste ens .fc Son have a full
suppl of tet books lately adopted bv
the state, and which must be introduced
m the public m1io-iU bv or before Oetn
berlst.lKSi. The follow inn books arc offered at in
troducton prices or exchange:
Mouticths Elementary Geography.
Moutielhs Comprehensive Geography.
Brooks Primary. Elementary, Writ
ten and Higher Arithmetics.
The following will be sold, at intro
ductory rates, bnt not uu exchange:
Watsons Childs Sjeller.
Watsons Youths Speller.
Mouticths Kay l.e-ssuis in Popular
Lytes Book Keeping.
etlakes Common School Literature.
City Book .vronn,
SAN FRANCISCO CLOTHING STORE.
TTJ 'S5 C55
(THE NEWS! 1
WELCOME TO ALL !
THK FISHING SEASON' HAS OPENED AND SO HAS THE POPULAR
The Count Cinchon was the Spanish
Vicerov in Peru in 1G30- The Countess.
his wife, was nrostrated by an intermit
tent fever, from which she was freed b
the use of the native rented, the IVru-
Ian bark. or. as it was called in the
language of the country. "Quinquina.
Grateful for her rceoery. on her return
to Europe in I6"i she introduced the
remedv in Spain, v here it was known
under various name-, until l.iumeus
called it Cinchona, in honor of the huh
who had brought them that winch wa
more precious than the gold of the Iiteas.
To this day. after a lapse of two hun
dred and fifty years, science has ghen
us nothing to take its place. It ctfcelu
ally cures a morbid np'tvtlte for .stimu
lants, by restoring tire natural tone of
thc.-tomach. It attack excessive love
of liquor as it does a fever, and destroys
bothalike. The jMiwerlul tonic virtue
of the Cinchona is preserved in the
Peruvian Hitters, w hich are as effective
against malarial fever to-tlay as they
were in the clas of the old Spanish
Viecrovs. We guarantee the insreili
cnts of. these hitters to be absolutely
pure, and of the hot known quality.
Atrial will; sat i-fy you that this is the
hot bitter in the world. "The proof of
the pudding is in the catine. and we
willingly abide this tet. For sale by
all druggists, grocers and liquor dealers.
I CL( )THIK"G STORE I
j opened the laiKe,t ami best
selected tork of j
TATf TlJTTIiE. 3f . .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office Over the "White House Store.
Residexce Next door to Mrs. Munson'a
boardinj; house, Chenatnus street, Astori
I Q. A. BOWLBY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Chenamus Street. - ASTORIA. OREGOJ
"i v. fuitox.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTORIA - - - OREGON
Office over Isu?e & Allen' store, Cass street
J? C. IIOLDEX.I
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND IN".
X O F H zh m
.-3.-titnt- Kt twit? gf -iitrtl-r frjrTKil
' , 1 221 ult. thev were very reticent
border the lake. lion I first saw . . . , A, v
, on tne suoiect oi mesr ui.scuvitius,
it, thero was a. haze over tte range, i ... J . . . .
' , , , f , which so excited the ettlcment
but it soon cleared away: the wind I , . . . ,
, , , A. ithat it was proposed to wnylav
, , i i them and extort from them a can-
waves wn-shed up anion!; the tenth-' ,. , , . . . .
1 . . - did confession, or search them lor
orv -frames "-Towinir in the water, J , . . . t lt
, . , -. , I the color. As the lands of the
and tne atmosphere seemed to dc
full of what 1 .imagined Switzer
land was like something quite
indescribable. It was lovely at
reservation are not 'et open for
settlement, it was decided to
smother the thing for the present.
Tut zing to see ll.e sunrise and the
little mists creeping up from the
lake; to hear the birds twitter in
the cool air, and walk down the
winding streets that had no definite
boundary, between the odd Swiss
houses, which usually stand with
the jnible toward the street and
are built the first story of brick,
plastered on the outside, and the
second story of unpainted wood.
1 wonder if they did not get the
idea of them from t he birch trees
the under story white, like the
birch bark, ami the upper bearing
a resemblance to the brown twigs
and dead leaves. On the lake are
picturesque little boats, something
like a gondola, with the prow run
ning up and curling into a spiral.
They seem to be so light that only
the middle rests on the water."
Concerning furniture and inte
rior decorations, CMde says : " I
send some sketches of furniture
that 1 think would be improve
ments on some of tin; stiff articles
that we see at home. The boudoir
table has x shelf between the legs
at the bottom, and is covered with
velvet or broadcloth, legs and all.
In the way of decorations, some of
the iellows here have tall bunches
of grasse's in the corners beside
the doors; the bold leaved ones are
very striking. They have a very
pretty way here of putting plaster
casts on the stoves (in the absence
of fire), which relieves their se-
j vcrely useful look. The window
shades are hung by rings running
on cords, and slide up, and are
more convenient thnu the things
we have at home. A table cloth
for square table looks much
prettier only going across the mid
dle, thereby avoiding the bunchy
corners. Narrow shelves above
low doors oi- windows, look charm
ing, oven if thoy only have a pic
ture, w an illuminated curd and a
plnque on them. 1 much prefer
seeing bric-a-brack distributed so.
than all collected on a what-not
abomination. ome of the stu
dents have very picturesque roo ms,
but they often have a musty flavor,
as they think if a thing is old, it
needs no other recommendation.
So they go on buying anything,
from a second hand tooth-pick to
a second hand grind stone. Mr.
L. has an art cornor in his room.
with a few pieces of poverty
stricken velvet and gold lace, a
I musty old book, a dirty snuff box
A Big Load of Cotton.
On Saturday, April 2, there ar
rived in New Orleans the Mississ
ippi river steamer Henry Frank,
with the largest cargo of cotton
ever brought into the Crescent
ctv9,22o bales. Other freight
brought this cargo up to an equiva
lent of 10,000 bales. The Frank
is a stern-wheel steamer of not
unusual size, but specially design
ed for the transportation of baled
cotton. Of this tremendous cargo,
only ?,500 bales were stored in the
hold, the balance being built up
over the entire steamer, so that
her appearance was that of a float
ing fortress. Only her smoke
stacks, escape pipes, pilot house
and wheel were visible. Here
and there port holes were located
to admit air to the furnaces, or
ingress and egress to and from the
cabin. The bales were tightly
packed, fourteen tires high, the
joints being broken as in brick
work. A force of twenty men
were constantly on the alert with
appliances for quenching any fire
that might break out. The cargo
was insured for $400,000, and the
average weight of each bale was
.-."0 pound. The Henry Frank's
cargo was picKeu up uetween
Memphis and New Orleans, and
its arrival safely at the latter city
evoked great interest. When it
is remembered that 4,000 bales ol
non-compressed and 7,000 bales of
compressed cotton is considered a
large cargo for an ocean-going
steamer, the size of the Franks
load of non-compressed article
becomes more apparent. The
freight would average $1 23 per
bale, and the money advanced
shippers by the boat oil account
on this trip was over $20,000.
'"o. Hill, iirojvii'tor and nianajiiT. '
Frwl Cere, Mae niaita-'i-r. A. O-rtraiiiler. j
lender or orrlierra, lico. Lantopir, leaner
of brass hand. An entire'v new first
pnrt bv our male and female minstrels,
with Nk-kerson and Cook a the com
inedians, ('ere interlocutor. Finale,
-Our (.'irons. Xew olio, new acts,
oii!;s, dances, etc. Do not fail to see
-The Three Hunters. ami tuat other
fiinnv act. -Alt Echo." Miss Lou Cnf-k
nincnis uU'litly in new sonjs :md J
dances. Mr. .Ino. Cook and Mr. Charles
Nickerson also the funniest of funny
fun; Mr. James Moriee in new vocal
jienis. and ('ere in Dutcliisiii-. Look
out for a new thin?, entitled -Ten Pins,
or Set "Km I'ji on the Other Alley."
Mr. XJill is uiakin:; active "-reparation,
for more amusements, with
which to iileae those or the public who
are fond of popular amusements. New
orchestral .selections by our efficient
orchestra, and new mu-'ie by our excel
lent brass band on the "rami tand at
precisely 7 i m. Curtain rises at ex
actly 8 im. Entrance on Denton street:
entrance to private biixe, on Chenainus
Gents Furnishing (foods,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
TEUNKS AND VALISES, HATS AND CAPS,
Chenamus Street, near Occident Hotel.
Agent "WelLs. Famo & Co.
"P r. hicks.
ASTORIA, --- - OREGON.
Rooms la Allen's building up .stairs, coror
of Cass and Sqemocqhe streets.
TK. X. O. JKXAIXCiS. "
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Graduate University of Virginia. iX6&
Physician to Bav View- hospital, Baltimore
Office In lage & Allen's Imildins, up
t a. Mcintosh.
Occident Hotel Building.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON
-AND THE BEST-
CARTER'S GAPE AN"N
LOST. Mav 7th, about liftv fatliouu nel
made ot ltarbours 40-11 pi v. Cork and
leads marked .1. 0. 11 & Co. fiud-T w HI be
suitably reirxnlcil by
.!. O. H ANT1H )KN" X CO.
May Mh. 1-M.
LOST - Turxtax iH:ltt. May lu. ISS1. about
lot) failiom old and ut iiPt.t-iixfd:
about CO fathom old. tin balance new. Xo.
10 hi old net. Harbours No. is in new. Pork-,
marked K. I jost in the buy of Astoria, below
the Inn, Kiuiii. ntnucry. The llnd-T will
1m suitably rewarded ou leaiiit. the net. or
word for the undersigned, at the .saw mill
eanuerv. AMnrin. JACOB KAST.
Ma 1 1. .SI.
ACAKI. -Astoria. .M:- U. list. I desire
to give not Ue t tin llshrnueii on the
Colniiriwi river that the Argonaut." owned
bv .1. . .t V. Cook of Clifton, res-ieois no
rights that Uslienucn nave lu common on
said river; where the fishermen refuse to
work ror the iineetiiat the .Messrs. ' mik sei
on fish. Tin said boat has ricMmveil for me
a iart of three nets, and the owner of it re
fnistn make :mv restitution to me wliat
eer. although I hae requesiert I hem to do
m He saves other nets when he llouls
them, mine he cuts and lestroys. simply be
cause I refused to funiKh fish for him at the
price he w ished.
ANTOINK X ADAMSAI'I'I.K.
Signature witnessed. Sklwlw
-rii HAVE NOW PI.ACKI THIS 11 KST
t class vessel on the t)crth for salmon
loading to Ijeriool. For particulars regard
ing rales uf freight anil Insurance, apply to
KOI H; HI'S. MKYKK & Co..
9 mm m mm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm9mmmmmmmmmmm
RUBBER BOOTS, ETC.,
"WHICH WILL RE SOLD AT SAX FRANCISCO WHOLESALE PRICES.
REMEMBER THIS IS NO HUMBUG.
IIAVINC 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.
Q U. BAKV fc CO.,
Doors, "Windows, Blinds, Traa
80BH, liHBlbPr, Etc.
All kinds or Oak Lumber. Glass, Boat Ma
Steam Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. Gi
evlve and Astor streets.
liniiKXHART & 8CHOEXK.
Occident Hotel Hair Dressing Saloon
ASTORIA - OREGON.
Sot, Cold, Shower,
Steam and Sulphur
53r"SpeciaI attention given toladies'anC
children's hair cutting.
Private Entrance for Ladies.
t Facts and Figures ! j
-5 1 : '-
COOT ASH- SHOE
Chkxajius Stuket. opposite Adlers Book
Store, - ASTOKIA, OREGON.
XS Perfect ttts guaranteed. All work
warranted. Give me a trial. All orders
l. M'r.vnK, -n3. J' A brown
Astoria. g" Portland.
UROAVX &. 3ICCABE,
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS.
Astoria ofllce At E. C. Ilolden's Auction
store. Portland offlet 24 B street. 13-tt
GREAT SURPRISE AT THE :
mmmmm mmmB.m,m m,mmmmm.mmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmlm.mBmmmmm
San Francisco Store!
Apropos of the excitement pro
duced by Mahoue, who weighs
only uinet- pound:, it is a matter
o speculation why the men who
make most noise in the world are
undersized. In regard to soldiers
and sailors, the explanation ts that
the long raeu are cramped out of
the natal service b the shortness
of bunks, and on the battle-field
the chances of being shot arc in
favor of the tall men. Hence the
survival of Caesar, Napoleon,
Grant and Sheridan. An inch on
a nose is a serious disfigurement,
but a foot on a mans stature im
proves him as a target.
Notice to Consignees
"PURCHASERS OK TIN PLATES AND
J. ronsljmces of iuereuaiidle b the Clan
Grant," will please lake nolle lh.it this ves
sel comuieitees dNehanrhiK at Hustlers obi
dock, 3Iiinda. nth Inst. All iiierrliaiiilisi
left on the dock alter -" o'clock r. M. of the
ilay of its dicharj. will In at owners risk.
ROGERS. MEYER & CO..
.s-d-Ct Con'-ijniees of .es-cl.
ORITISII RARQUEJ-KI-VN GRANT.
JLF Neither the l .iptaiu inor am agents.
Messrs. R-kIsits. Meyer .itu..mill hi res
poaslble for any debtstiitra-nd by the
crew if vdil vcs'l whilnnt Aspirin.
lw Ma-ter i:riliVbiO-k Clan Grant.
City Auditors Notice.
TVTOTICE IS HEREP.V GIVEN THAT the
li City.Vsessnieul Roll or the city or As
toria, Oregon, as returned by the City A---,-.sor
for the year lAit. Ls now on fin in the
otllco of the Auditor and Clerk of .said city
where it will remain open tor iusHction
until the 15th day of May. IRSl. AH applica
tions for corrections or revisions if the sum
must be tiled with said Auditor and Clerk
prior to iid l.'.th day or May. Iksi.
Auditor and Clerk.
.VMona, May 2, lfcl. til .d&w
HERE A HE PRICES OF UOODS THAT Wild. SURPRISE ALL.
MENS AND BOYS
CASIMERE SUITS FROM
EXTRA BEST SUITS "
FINE BLACK SUITS
CASIMERE PANTS "
EXTRA BEST PANTS "
BOYS SUITS. ALL SORTS, FROM
,. 8 00 TO 15 00
, 12 00 " 20 00
... IS 00 " 25 00
. 15 00 22 00
2 50 4 00
4 00 ' 5 50
.. G 00 " 12 00
AT MUSIC HALL,
-el -sl. cTJiixr-Kr-
X1ITJS, aXIIX FKEI AXli HAY
Ca.sli paid tor countr" produce. Small
profits on cash .sales. Astoria, Oregon, cor
ner of Main and Squi-mocnlu streets.
I. W. CASE,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RE
TAIL DEALER IN
Corner Chenainas and Cass streets.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON.
Proposal for Building Wharf at
Ilwaco, W. T.
BIDS FOR EXTENDING THE WHARF
and roadway of the Ilwaco Wharf
company. at Ilwaco, W.T.. from the pres
ent wharf lu a .southeasterly direction, from
j0 to C00 Teet, will be received at the ofllce
of the company until it a. M. May a). lSsl.
Rids should tate the price per lineal foot for
the roadway ; also for t-onstructing tin main
wharf and slip, in accordance with plan and
specifications to be een at the ofllce or J. II.
1. Grav. Astoria, Oregon, until Tuesday,
Mav 17. 1S81. after which time they will be In
the'hands of the secretary of the company at
Ilwaco, W. T. The company reserve the
light to reject any or all bids.
I- A. LOOMIS.
President 1. W. Co.
Ilwaco, V. T., May 'J, 18S1.
.1 L'MPERS "
ALL "WOOL SOCKS
CHECKER SOCKS. SIX PAIR FOR
COTTON SOCKS, THREE PAIR FOR
WHITE SHIRTS FROM
FLANNEL - -
BLUE NAVY . -
FLANNEL UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS FROM
COTTON FLANNEL SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
MAIUNO SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
CO CTS. TO SI 00
, DO " " 1 75
75 " " I 50
S 1 50 u 3 00
1 00 1 75
2 00 4 2 50
1 25 ' - 2 25
LONG OIL COATS FROM
,.. -TJ3 50
... 2 75
Wm. Houseman oi Portland
BEGS LEAVE TO NOTIFY .HIS friends
and customers that he has opened
A FISHERMAN'S CLOTHING
AND FURNISHING GOODS STORE
Next to G. W. Hume's grocery store.
F. HOUSEMAN, Agent
Contractors and Builders,
CORNER ASTOR AND CAS3 STREETS,
Near Congregational Church.
And arc now ready to receive orders for all
Contracts taken to build and repair
ships, noi'SEs, boats, etc.,
AT LOWEST RATES.
J3?-)oow and Window .Frames made to
BOOTS AND SHOES.
MENS CALF BOOTS FROM ...
MENS KIP BOOTS
ELASTIC GAITERS - ...
BOYS BOOTS - ...
... S3 CO
... 2 75
... 1 75
... 2 25
... 1 25
171 debts con
alter this date,
h4 If Lin
responsible for any
. i: lues on ami
loft tnv bed mid
I UAVE THIS SPRING STRAINED EVERY NERVE AIND USED MY
ENTIRE ENERGY AND BEST JUDGMENT IN" PLACING IN OUR AS
TORIA HOUSE TIIE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
OF THE ABOVE LINE OFTJOODS.
CALL AND INSPECT FOR Y'OURSELF. YOU ARE WELCOME.
hlWILL GLADLY" SHOW MY GOODS, NO MATTER WHETHER YOU
reUY" OR NOT. NEW GOODS BY" EVERY STEAMER.
San Francisco Store. Squemocqhe street, next door to Tage Jt Allen's ntore, north of
Walla-walla ReManrant. Astoria Oregon.
r. t. barcuvt. t. ir. hatch.
No. 20 California St., San Francisco, Cat.
C. H. STOCKTON,
PAPER HANGING AND WALL COLORING
GLAZING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Shop next door to Astorfan Office, in
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