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FRIDAY MAY 13, 1SS1
ISSUED EVSP.Y MORNING.
II. V. Iri-laud, Ildllor ami Proprietor
AxloritUi. Btiifilhuj, ' SfrttL
Terms Of Subscripihm :
aoivod by Carrier. per wek.. ..... Certs
?ent by mail. four iBMtk.... ,..5X i
Mp!nt by mail, one year.. ....... i
Froo of Posture t Subscriber.
CJS" Advmemenu marred by Ike year at
borate of SI -VJ ierfennre por month.
Transient ailvortiiiins, by the day or week,
ifty cents ior wmHre for wwh ine ertien.
The Wei'M Astwrmii.
Is a iMHiitmotli :lieel, csacth double
the six of the Duilj. It jttsi thv nit
per for the lirc-side. eonUinhijj in addi
tion lo ail the curient news, ehoice mis
cellany, agrieiilttirsl matter, market re
ports, etc. Jt is tarnished li siiiplt sulv
sfrihi'is al ?2 OO per yas in advance.
l-f limited utim.H-i of sural! tuier
tisenients inserted M 'stablislied tale.
I hk lii. AMotiAv . t ly
n i-Uitrvtf-4i mmtth. ( ;w. i:tmi-
r t'iw iiHirwtilif IU -ISC' fnrm thr ci4 mh j
'I J.v TIIK .V"TBIAN i't'Uw ilum. AII.V
r '. kkki.v t Vvm tif itwt-utlw irtih
t .ttn,otr rnm.
St earner day.'
I'he OregH oomea;
State of Califoritii
Swells wore so heavy yesterday
that' no surveying could he htov n
The. Signet crossed iit Ueii yes
ierday morniii'4, Mary Tyhr towing,
Howes pili d.
ni. o ..!.. f .. -i i ...
-a lie vvuuiy oi yi arriveii ifvs. ,
yesterday m tow of the ekhthanm,
Spragne Marsh's logging camp at
Westport has just oommouced opera
tions, and is doing finely.
Ulr)cks of J)er, useful mi the
desk ofs.acaount.ints, put up to order
and forale at TiieU.stouiax office.
It is reported that an extensive
steam sawmill will be built at West
port, adjoining the cannery building.
One of the Occident Packing Co.
boats was capsized near Canby 3'ostor
day. The boat puller, Andrew Hakke.
As line work as one will see any
where in the fancy tiesue paper deco
rating line, is that done by M r. John
Rrodie in this city.
The steamer Gen. Canby brought
GOO cases salmon from the Aberdeen
packing company, Ilwaco, to be
shipped to San Francisco, to-day.
In the list of articles shipped from
this port by lat steamer Stale f
California, April 21)th, was one bale of
net, 7,108 sacks of wheat, 2,07S cases
-Henry Henrichsen, caught steal-
jewelry and silver ware from llon-
ison & Orcenbergs store, at Port
land, received a sentence of five j'ears
in the penitentiary.
Sergt. E. W. dive has gone to
Vanconvor to pass examination. He
is a man of considerable ability and
excellent record, who will in nil prob
ability win the straps.
While scaling a fence near the
residence of Mr. Davidson a few days
since, Freds pony was impaled upon a
picket gate, very seriously injuring
the animal. It is thought it will re
cover. Coroner Franklin informs us that
the body picked up near Clatsop spit
was that of poor George Miller. He
was given christian burial in the mili
tary cemetery at fort Stevens, last
TirE Astokian takes no block in
the story of the assassin as printed
from the Mercury to-daj'. Robeson
may have been " highly respected ''
here, but it was certainly a very sin
gular sort of "respect."
There would be no need of
steaming up and going fifteen miles to
see the condition of the bar if that
simple littlo register, operated here so
many years by Mr. Louis Wilson,
could be again placed in running or
der. The splendid totting gelding
Parrot, taken east by Mr. S. G. Reed,
was one of the handsomest buggy
horses in New York and passed every
thing on the road. A few days aftor
his arrival there he dropped dead in
There has not been for years a
time upon Puget sound when men
Trere so generally engaged as at pres
ent. All tho mills arc short of help,
and it seems almost impossible to ob
tain laborers. The logging camps and
even the steamboats are short.
- -XT fine large black bear, which has
been a troublesome enstomor to the
settlers of Pacific county, near Chi
nook, was killed b' Mr. J. R. Hall a
few days since, and brought over to
Astoria. The animal weighed 230
pounds dressed, on Warren & Eitons
The article which we give to-day
of a cargo of cotton lately landed at
New Orleans, will be interesting to
our river men. The arrangement for
consuming sparks on board Mississippi
steamers was described in the Scien
tific American about a year since, lt
should be applied to some of our
Overland in Spring. '
There is a very Rtrikinj; contrast be'
tween this picture of tlie overland
inn in April, written on the 24th
from Council Bluffs, by Mr. D. L. I
Green, i$ the Salem Statesman, ami j
ouriHronRl experiences in January, j
jir. ureen any: "e are here, i
wither bound. ai.J loifiii- -hn .
we will get away. We had to walk
three-fourths of a mile on llat cars to
resell the depot . Nine miles of freight
cars are Jjing here on the tracks can
not ret across, the river. Trains can
not get cher than two and one-half i
miles of the depot, from the oast, and !
no trains are expected to-day. Re-1
norts from the eat are not vtsrv on- I
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couragius t4 tie that expect to go I
1 " I
that wav-WKohowts oh all ihhuIs load- paid hftv cent in every instance lor n.. nt ueii-iiieaniu, none, uie ;ai
" ... , ,..,i- i m i r. laiitioiiiia Imron. the IoeI alcne.llie
itioa-it. We were ub JeU:netl at j bus work. Ihu left i clear g" Swwt puritan maiden, are elearl indi-'
Elkhorn by a washout. A Innit twenty fS oO ti Uobb and Robesn on uach ralwl. .anil are toi.ibimViiii in siluntions'
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mile of road have been washed out
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west f Kikfioril. W. lUl .ie 1
r . , . x- .
signs of a hai-d winter in NobnuikM.
Frcrtn.Svdn.-v t Omh4 Islaml is me!
continuous itriatr f dead oat tie, us
I want io ewj3' this watering jilace as j
Iiieli as f.M-ty-siv n ie pav. witli it curred between them, the murder fol- ('"I t olon. of laaehusetts. whereau-
. . ' . , .... , , ,, , , , etral Unions are handed down for MATrj3
three feet f each other. W e have j lowed. Robb was the opposing attir-1 ,.rntiiries. with religioits eare. The "CXJ--
had veiy phm weathe,- on the j ney in a suit coecte.l with theTanzy S t 131 Aim WP
whole r-nite, so f.ir. I will e!o-. for rHut cnner Mr. V. 1). niton pninie the or.inalit am! ver.atilit ' J :llil Jc, V.IJUO. ilV
muoli art pir-rfiWe. Onlv t00 are here, j another ciu.'e of aggmvation. This ' H,:iv be' continued through the sttl)e
and more are exacted "this af toi n.ron, hist meeting is inferred, by words let . VSnftJv e?N now' ln plrclsl'The '
for the west.
So u lew can have our
Free baths f.r all.
"En Route "
last of pa4cuger dne Jo-day from
Snn Fracic by iiieotuing htcamer is I
Jh A .sehwlat-h-llon T Kronen Ar w
r A f
.i II FlirkiiiKer
W 1 Meheiutaii
.1 W 'Jraffin
I .Sehalzc V w
n pnuii )j,
W II KatlenbMry !fcf
Mist; W rhelps
I' K Spener
A .1 Kane
A II lsham
1) V Prentice
l.t S K. tones
I F McNmnsIiI
Ml- II M MeNeil
A (' Church A-1
(5 T Davis
R C Sanllcx
Mrslt S 3Iaginnis Mrs M .1 Pilkington I
C I) .Seriber
Lt Duncan A:
T I Iomer
C C Ulakcslee
S.I La France
G Hillier A: w
M'hs E Kanoua
.1 C Goodale Jt I
II W Raima
RJE Walker & 1
Miss C Crocker
Mrs II Wilson
W G Morgan A w
R Hughes niA: .
K F Hiehtmei
W 11 Mixes
.1 P. Wolf." A: k
.1 A Fisher
S I.' Condon
A L Simoiuli .t w
C H Kruther
Mrs Mc Urre
A S Funk
Miss P A Clinton
Mrs L Rivers
T IJArranteA w
A D Hughes
.1 II Hughes
.1 Lamphcye A: w
M .SoIipt A: w
U W Tompiiikson
1'uM'ie ftrur hundred imn of wl
t be tiiken on at Ailori.i to-da',
steamer Stale f CaMoniia will c$
1'oM'Ve ftrur hundred tiMtH of wheat
from this port r.ttf) eaes f salmon,
to Ikj shipped by the following linns:
Aberdeen Packing .'o. . .
Astoria Packing Co
M. J. Kinney. .'.
Undollet A- Co
j Culling Packing Co
J Occident Packing Co
( . 1 minions & Co
The bar tug Eronhnm was un
able to inaku a lauding at the Rock
yostorday, in consequence of the
- The boat puller drowned yester
day, was working for the Occident
Packing company. lie had nothing
coming, but the company pays all fu
.1. L. Morgan's camp on West
slough is bringing out the logs rap
idly. His learns and working crew
arc hard to beat. He i.s himself a
most popular person and his hospitali
ty is unbounded.
A few days since a barrel of put
ty, used by stone masons, washed
ashore at the foot of Ronton street in
this city, which is supposed to have
been lost oil Tillamook rock at the
time of the heny storm over a year
Hon. A. J". Dufur reports crops
and stock in Wasco county fine. The
wool clip for Wasco count' will be at
leas' one-third loss this year than last,
in consequence of tho severity of the
winter and want of proper attention to
A wagon road from Woods land
ing on West slough into Nehalem val
ley, is nearly opened. W. W. Ma
coon has just returned from Portland
with a wagon far the roads. Reports
from the valley inform us there are
indications of heavy crops this season.
The steamboat brand, a fraudu
lent transaction imposing upon the
good namo of the Columbia river
salmon; has caused some very harsh
things to be said by the press of this
state and California, in which The
Astorian was about as emphatic as
it ever gats to be. We inquired, upon
report, if it were possible that Bob
Watson was engaged in it and if so
commented a trifle rough. It is a
ploasiire to us to recall that harshness,
so far as we can; and state upon infor
mation, direct from him, that he is in
nocont, and that, to use his own words,
"none of his tribe has, or ever had
anything to do with any such damna
ble rascahtj'." Robert, give us your
hand; we 'ro glad to mako tho amende
honorable, and very much regret
having boiled over when tho fire of
rage was kindled within us.
A fine lot of Fronch candies just
received at Adlcr'a.
Fire-brick and fire-clay in lots to
suit at M, C. Crosby's.
Under the heading The Real Facta,
"What caused Robeson io Ml. IW.-,
the Mercury of Sunday says: "Noni-
the JHercurv ot bunday says: "-oni-
eroua contradictory statements coa J
cerning the cause of trouble between j
Robb and Robeson ving been pub-i
itsned, the .Mercury determined to ,
obt.in tl. fw .-,,.! l,n s.fted tl. I
obtain the facts
-.ml l.n ...ftn.i .l,.,,,, I
and has sifted them
lis: The money col-.
uown io auout mis
it,,i i. .i. r..i. ;;,... -,
looted by the fish commissioner
1879 as a license tax, was paid to Robb
fot snfo keooinjj. When the l:tn wbj
rescinded Robb and Robeson bought ;
up the license for a dollar apiece
from those who were willing to sell. '
In this way they came into Ksbssion
In this way they came into ,H,io "
of a "rent many. Eaeh license ws i
,te i .. ,11
$o, and the commissioner had ucon .
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r 1 1 1 - .1 "i
license. Iot.b having tho nwiiey in
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111 posscafcHt reluswl lo Hiaru Willi
i r iii it . i i '
K.iksmii attvr he Jiad collected Hie
win.!. This made the Intter wild,
several stormy interviews having oc
fall from Robeson, to have been an,
; angrv one from the beginning,
t, :. '.
also said that deceased was about to
j fell his visitor with a chair when the
latttfr liretl the fatal shot. Robeson.
was highly resjiected in A?uri."
i'earhers and I'nriil of l'nli-
i lit Srlinolt.
The new bchool Inniks publishetl by
J A. S. I'tames A' C., and adopted by'
the superintendents of Oregon to be ,
' introduced the present season, are ,
inst v.M'i'iv?.! ilin-nt from tbi nitliliIi. i
nw uml qrn luiir fivv.nl, rm.l xvi1intiir. I
at intnaluctory prices set by the state!
superintendents. Respectfully yours, j
Carl Adlor. dealer in Iooks ami sta-.
vrilliamsport Property .
Great bargains are now offered in the
city of Williauisport for any persons j
wishing to locate from one lot to five I
graded road to the place. For further i
information call at my residence near;
the cemetery. John Williamson, i
- -J. Wilhelm, Boss saloon, opposite
the Clarendon hotel, Portland, Uregon.
See Max Wagners advertisement
of Rock beer, just received by steamer
Prices for cannery and fishermen's
sup dies have been slaughtered at M.
-Go to M. C. Crosby's and get
your lunch buckets, water kegs, Imil
ers. buoys and boat stoves.
- - j
-Keelars auction was running in ,
j acres. It is well adapted for gardens,
dairy ranches or pleasant homes; well " lr, !!: mum varut u.n.i
! elevated, situated one mile south of H"re vaniish, tan baak etc.. m quanti
! Astoria on Youngs bay, with a good I Ucs to smt at GtI0-N HuMES-
Mr. John Ulcers, of the Central j l,,Rn
Markel, has made nrrnueuieuts to !
keep all the lined fn'.sh linh, elc, in '
their sasou. j
-Dr. .1. Welch will be in Astoria
May 24th, to practice his profession
for a few woeks. Ho will have rooms
at the Occident.
Keelers auction room is crowded
day and night with buyers ever ready '
to take advantage of the bargains!
offered at auction.
.lust received at Carl Adlers a '
full assortment of Scwni" Maciiinel
Needless of all makes and stzes; to be I
sold at reduced rates.
P. .1. Goodman, on Chenamus
street, has just receiven the latest and
most iasnionaoic siy;o or gems ana
indies ooois, suocs, etc (
The boat stoves made by M. C.
Crosby, with fire-brick bottoms, are
superior to all others in this market.
The Rock beer made by the Co
lombia brewery in Astoria is the best
in the market. It was thoroughly
tried and proved such last year.
Chewing molasses peppermints
and chewing candies of all flavors, at
the Astoria candy factory, made fresh
every day, opposite tho bell tower.
Cocoauut ice, cocoanut caramels,
molasses cocoauut, chocolate caramels
at the Astoria candy factory, next
door to Stevens & Sons book store.
Gray's wood tardSs now fitted up
on the wharf fof of Benton street,
and prepared tor flefiver wood to any
part of the city sailed to any length,
and lull measure.
For the Genuine J. H. Cutter
old Bourbon, and the best of wines,
liquors, and San Fraucisco beer call
at the Gem opposite the bell tower,
and sec Campbell.
Ladies accept of no taffy at the
hands 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
he has determined to close out and
quit that line of trade.
For a first-class oyster stew, fry,
pan-roast or fancy roast, go to Roscoe's
on Main street, opposite N. Loeb's.
Families supplied b$' the 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 the Columbia
brewery beer, if you want something
Do not be induced to endanger
your life by using mercurial "blood
purifiers," they may dry up old sores,
but leave a death sap in the sj-steni.
Buy Plunders Oregon Blood Purifier,
which is a purely vegetable one, and,
in fact, will remove, by continual use,
all mercurial poison from the blood.
A Xamelc.MH .Yoblcman
k the title of the first volutin of the t
prominent American writers. This
JJjJJJJjJ'' 0"l"riHiniT of '"the '
productions of our recent literature.
writers or late vears has been to wards
fecial analytical . sludiesofsocii-K anil '
special analytical studies of soeielj and
,nnnnpr with slijI,lt ,,,ols a,,,! lin,.
incident. The author of a Nameless
'Nobleman, while outlining the charac--
( tl.rs of ti,e Ntory witli delicate precision '
j and conumniate art, hhs fivcn them j
lllousaU(1 (:iimKlieated pint, equally re-j
movel froni susationalism and from I
p"j" audi ProVnceTl Quebec and
iiio sccnes are iniu in
New Enslfcnd, a'nd rlie actors are
S "S, "Ihe "W "SSl. aS
nietiue - iiil jears of. tlrt colonial em.
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11 lllllilll ir,i u-wii- lit. llilti'll ui .-. in!-
tiinsaiialfi - . the ehiVf fcharaeters. the'
lllli "I IIIUIIAIll I1III WI1P. ii- ml
jN rHjj f ,4inrmiii deserliitiou. stirriii:; "
:.,." -.I.' i .i ". " is.A...s i
iiannt- .um um..i.oit : .-ii.i.iiiuii-. ..im
l,,e veteran readr of romances will fail ,
iii.s the denouenient. Theinteiest
willnot Ik' diniinjshiMl hen it is kinrnn
Ilml tint iilnt i fYiimili'il fin tin- ri it ,i- I
tralitioiis of an lioimnible familv in the
,,f contents which the Initial volume.
, eenainiy uos. ami which we i.oje
puhlKshcrs "are '.lames II. O.-giKaV Co.,
ot liosion. and tne price is one dollar a
Fornislir! ltoonin to Let
At .Mrs. Munson's lodging home. :
Ofltre.N to Itfiit.
e or in suites of two. in Tm:j-r- . l o r
ax building. Prices reasonable. 'JLeilieil We Dei CS (JO..
Caimry Bird Lost.
r,SJTJSKiTAfflHlS MD CUSMERS,
' "V fe
Pinno to Jtcnt.
A good piano i.s offered for rent at a j
I fair rate, by Capt. A. W. Berry. Ap-
' ply at the Washington 3Iarket. .
1 Oars, eleven feet; caustic soda, gol-
litlckl ltrlckl Brick!
t 1 1 f 't it) lionI i la rr Tk n 1 ti m i ti t -. f !
jbnek for sale at from So to SS perj
thousand. Call and pxannne nearl
Astoria cempten". i
Mrs. D. Curraii has a few good
j rooms to let at reasonable prices on
j Cass street, near the Congregational
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J list Keeelved at arl Atlers.
. new iiivon-e oi tuose I etoomteit
Cabinet Grand Piano-. .Also, anew
lee Cream Saloon.
Frank Fiber's ice cream saloon, on
the lmndway near II umes mill, is now j
fitted nicely uith private rooms fori
ladies. It is also the depot for choice
confectionery, taffy, etc. Romain
I punch served to order.
Xotiee to the Public.
I'lio tt.wif tliif.irltlti'iln t'rmtirr mill
that ln&i hie i,Mr Inst sitmimir in fi,
Eishermens cannery has.now, with Hie J
ne'l i,f f"e,uK Waited u small store,
wh?re 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, bovs, he keeps)
the best brands of tobacco and cigars.
nvator street, opposite O. R. A; N.
i;. s Dixsk.
The Central hotel, near the steam
ship dock is now open for the recep
tion of guests, where the well known
caterer, Mr. Anton Reloh will always
be found ready to wait on his patrons.
He has had the above named house I
thoroughly rehtted by Messrs. Pike,
and Stockton, our well known artists.
Call and see him. as he has the finest
bratids of liquors and cigars to be had
in the city.
John Rogers, Central Market,
Has received a large m olec of
BARRELS AND HALF BARRELS
of the hest quality.
j And is now ready to supply Butchers Can-
nories and all others, cheap for cash.
Sons of the Albany Jteer!
Kesjicclf tilly Dedicated to and Soul by
Uood evening kind friends, just listen to me.
And when you have heard mc, I'm sure
I will give you a Mory. and sing it out clear
And the name of m songis the ALBANY
You can find it all round in ttiis city of gold.
And the way tltat they make It has never
Tliat's a secret they keep and hold very dear.
For the whole country Is drinking that
The brewery Ls large and the machinery is i
And cverj" onler is sent to you right up to
They get all kinds of orders from far and
And every one's healthy that drinks AL
For every thing there looks so clean and .so
And their beer is so sparkling, it cannot be
If vou are feeling bad or the blues do appear.
You can drive them awav bv drinking AL
I have an old fathcr.uho'snoweighty-three.
Aim mis is me auviee ne gave unit me.
He spoke to me kindly with a voice bright
and clear :
"If yon want to be healthy, drink ALBANY
Since then 1 have done so, and I'm hearty
At the round age or fifty I can always le
At my dally lalior before the sun doesappear
And each day and night 1 drink ALBANY
Also, on draught, THE CELEBRATED
C. GKATTKE, - - WELCOME SALOON.
Roadway, opposite O. R. & N. Co's Dock.
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'1 OJft j) & j S JJR
ryrrj J3f if itffif J3UU
Rnilrlap 3? iltaneii'sl
IfPdtierJr uanuwa ubiibini
VggfCff J I rt It I MV
aukxcy or tju:
Imperial Mills Flour 2nd Feed.
Chenaraus Street, Near Olney,
I.KiXUVW'.BKi:. IJIItAAl nnow.v.
Manufacturers and Iihm rlcrsut
I.I. KINDS OF
Wliiilesidr I Killers in
OIL AND TALLOW.
BOOTS and SHOES
: iVTt'llicliiait oji-.li i.uof utkl t.r Unlet and
ir,',"l,, :',n"'' ' t.'-! -t constantly
tHl lwu. MmIi as
'Canned Fruits and Jolly
Bacon. Hams. Shoulders. Lard.
KC3S. IH'TTKK. CHEESE.
.Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
'FISH. INH'I.TKY IM) (.',31F
Ill llH NMH
.riiixizs .'i rnt.,'.
i:es r .vi.Mi iMt ;.i:(roi:.
Ai(leMi ! "":i i :- ,.!(! mi ruin
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Aslorhi Market !
oi'l'usri k oiviuknt Hote; ,
A-roiUA. - - - - oilKCOX.
WA Knyy A KATOX. ,.POrietor.
f-' Ha-H. .VcoW.
Whole-'alo and Kctnil Doulera in
Fresh and Cured Meats
a mil line f
family KocEi:iE, FLOCK. FEED
AV 0AX.ED fruit. VF.GK-
i.ur- . r.u .
" 'utter, E?. Cheese, etc. conatantlj
er-shha emi.!iI at tnolowournte.
j Washington "Market,
Alain Sired - - Astoria Oregon
IIE11G3IAX P 11ERB.Y
RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN.
tion of the public to the fact that the
above Market will always bo supplied with a
FULL VARIETY REST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS!
ivMnh ! .ni,i i., r-.M. wj,nii
! and retail. Special attention jriven to supplj-
I ne SnlM-
astoih v. oi:i:cox.
I B R I C K
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
Orilers left at the Occident Hotel, ur at my
Waicliouse. foot of Benton Street, promptly
T.IME. SAND, BBICK. l'LASTEK. I ATI I,
1J Cement, and all materials in my line,
furnished to enter.
SM'ClaI attention paid to Furnace work
and Itanges. Cistern work warranted good
or no pay.
msrAgeiit San Juan and New Taconia Lime.
MRS. S. T. MoKEAN,
All kinds or
LADIES UNDERWEAR, ETC.,
J Comer of Cass and .lefkerson streets, Astoria.
J3T"StanipIngtlone to order.
CLEANING and REPAIRING
neat. cheap and ql'ick. by
Chenamus St.. next Nicholas' Barber Shop.
TRINTED OR PLAIN, OF THE BES1
-L quality at
Tac Astormx office.
THE 1 1 L STOEE
' LEADS THE VAN ! !
ABOVE THE DIN AND TIDE OF RATTLE: AMIDST MISSILES FROM
FLYING SHOT AND SHELL, STILL COMES TOE CRY AND
GRAND RUSH TO THE I X L STORE,
Where i disputed one of the largest and most complete stocks of
EVER SEEN IN THIS MARKET,
And to be Sold at the lowest 3Iarginable Profits.
A FULL LDTE OF DRESS GOODS,
With Satins, Gimps, Cords and Buttons to Match.
SACQES, TIES, H.XJOECIKTC3-S,
IN ENDLESS VARIETIES.
HOSIER'S, CORSETS AND QLOVE9,
AT PRICES WHICH WILL ASTONISH YOU.
JUST RECEIVED-A LARGE INVOICE OF
S3prrLgr Styles ixa. Stxa.T7r BCats.
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
Dotft Propose to be Undersold.
CALL AND SEE ME. MME. DEMOREST AGENCY.
C. M. COOPER,
I X 1. Store, corner Main and Conoomly Streets. Astoria, Oregon
The Boss Coffee and Tea Pot
S, K. HAWES
TWO DOORS EAST OF OCCIDENT,
Keelar, the Auctioneer,
WILL COMMENCE SELLING HIS IMMENSE STOCK OF
ALL KINDS OF
AT HOLDEN'S AUCTION ROOMS.
The Sale will Continue Every Day, at 2 and 7 P. M., Until all is Sold.
tallies partii'tilarlx initcd to attend and call early and examine the stock.
E. C. R0LDEN, Auctioneer.
Agisted by FItAXK KKKLAIt, nut a Iicen.se.
FTJKNITTJRE 3p BEDDING
AND DEALER IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN ROLES
M. MEYER Proprietor.
HAVING EVERY FACILITY FOR HE MANUFACTURE OF A FlKSTCLAfcS AR
tide, I a in now prepared to furni the public with the finest qualitj. for cash.
AT CEXTS 1EK GALLON
w h:oijEs a Tie.
SFamilies and keepers of public honse s promptly and regularly supplied.
M. MEYER. Proprietor ASTORIA. OREGON
ARNDT & FERCHEN,'
astoria. - oreoon. j
The Only Machine Shop
And the best
In the city.
All kinds of
Ilia (tLN hi) jJaJH N Juit Y j
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
MACHINE SHOP. NEAR KINNEY'S AS
.MAY I5E HAD OF
Alo. APiit fur I lie. rclvlirated
AT 1 50 PER IOZEI.
, T" f.
Fishermen's ana Workingmen's
MARCUS WISE, - - PROPRIETOR.
TTAVING JUST OPENED THE ABOVE
nned store, next door to the Astoria
Bakery and Having jiw received a first class
select iou of
CLOTHING. DRY GOODS. BOOTS.
SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES,
1.1 nriips and fipnls Fitrnichinn Rnnrlc
' And all goods kept In a u ell stocked Cloth -
Fol,ow,ns h a "ta,e r ,un,e or my prices :
Overalls from ..To cts to St Oo
Shaker Socks lai cts or pair for SI oo
Merino Undershirts and Drawers.-.. .S1 Co
Ladies Irou Frame Hose ........... 25 cts
Ladles Corsets from .73 cts to SI 00
Please look, for the sign ot the Fishermen's
antMYorkingineii's Store. Chenamus street,
next door to the Astoria Bakery.
MARCUS WISE, Proprietor.