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ASTORIA, OREGON: J
TUESDAY MAY 17, 1SS1
ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
O. C. Ireland, Editor mid Proprietor
AsUtnau Building, Cass Sired.
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The WwKlj Asloriau.
Is a mammoth sheet, exactly double
the.M7.eof the Uail. It i jut the imi
per for the firfcshle.'eontainini; in audi
tion to all the current news, cltoice inis
cellany, agricultural matter, market re
port, etc. It i lurnKhed to single sul
Mriben at S2 (K) per year in advance.
;3fA limited nuinoernl miijiII :uici
tisenients inserted .it ftnhliheil late-..
Iiik I)au. aviokja i?H f ; ''j; I -A telegram was teceived yester
mailarncnit a in..iw j.-mIw.vwi- I day ,ullItlIII"lcmg that the Clnn Crant
er irliii cmtiemfkitoahtcitcf (nun the. city can , ., , , . . .
MwTint A-w.kia.n fubnr ihem. Daily ws 3'ul"1 " 0Hmbia city.
ir Whrki.v nUion tmmu pn(-npirr with- The OcklaliKtna was dispatched to her
nut tuittitlnnal zximc. AiMrcc inau 'c assistance,
c uttHwi it. nffru Oit neintL lsVf Wfterx at 1
I rt'imtUie rKm. j The cargoes of the two vessels,
. . ..,. rr-. - - - Odulio and Oak worth, amount l
-X trn line weath K. i 53,092 coiita! wheat, valued at $70,-
Mr. A. Booth is a passeilgur on
the incoming steamer Columbia, due j Portland, 'ut tnne of it was produced
here to-morrow. x t'urt'
-The fishermens strike "look, very j - On Sunday three vessels were
much like as if it was a Bull and :l! lowed frm Astoria to bar anchorago,
Bear movement. aml !t was with -iftcuUy tl,at they
mi i.'- , , , .1 were taken to Bakers bay. They
IJie rsowlon water works ve.stcr- , ,.,,,!.,
, ., , , (came from Portland loaded. Whore
day threw a handsome stream from a',, -. , A. . . ,
, ,. . , , , there were uve fathoms of water only
small nozzle over O linens hotel. . , , , . , .
recently, between Astoria ami Baker
Trout streams are now visited
quite often in this vicinity, and they
bountifully repay the fisherman in
numbers taken. The trout are said to
be much more gain' than usual.
The interior of the Astoria iron
works presents a busy appearance.
Steam was turned on lively yesterday.
They are well equipped for all kinds
of work. See advertisement.
Pilot Bochau did not go through
to San Francisco by tho steamer
State of California as usual, on her
last voyage. He remained to take
soundings and study the bar channels.
Regarding the fishing boats re
ported as having gone to sea yester
day we learn last evening that threo
of them were picked up at point
Adams. Ne particulars. Only rumors.
-Badollet & Co. believe there is
nothing lost by giving nets to white
inen to make, to support their families
during long winter days when business
is dull. Their high boat yesterday
was one hundred and fifty seven.
From and after this date tickets
for San Francisco or Portland, by the
steamers Columbia or Oregon, will be
sold at the companys Astoria cilice,
instead of on board, or at Portland,
as has been tho case heretofore. See
Four boats were seen pass into the
breakers yesterday morning, and three
of them disappeared almost instantly.
The bar tug Brenham, lying in Bakers
bay went to their rescuo but with what
result we were unable to learn as the
Brenham did not come up to the city
last evening. The Taylor picked up
The stricken parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Douglass, and tho grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Kinsey,
hare the heartfelt sympathies of the
people of Astoria, on the death of
their little child Addio May Douglass
whose death is announced in another
column to-day. -Tho funeral took
place yesterday afternoon, and was
Mr. H. B. Parker's new steamer
was launched Saturday night at high
tido. It was impossible to keep her
on the ways any longer without loss
of valuable time, and all being ready
she glided into the water and is now
added to- the fleet of Astoria bay
steamers. She was named Clara
Parker, in honor of the youngest
daughter of the owner.
The fishermen at tho Scandinavi
an Packing companys cannery say they
will quit rather than fish for 50 conts.
A meeting of fishermen has been called
t be held at Liberty hall to-day to
discuss tho matter. We were in hope
that one season would pass without a
strike on the Columbia river, bt it
seems that such will not be the case.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Megler were
among the passengers to Portland by
Bteamer Bonita yesterday. Mr. Megler
gceB as one of the representatives of
Beaver lodge of Odd Fellows, to the
Grand Lodge. The other representa
tives aro Messrs. J. H. D. Gray, J.
Wm. Welch, and A. M. Twombly.
Messrs. G. Heed and I. W. Case rep
resent the camp. Mr. Case proceeded
to Portland yesterday, also accom
panied by Mrs. Case.
Mrs. McKean has jfist received a
nice assortment of Ladies underwear,
ckildrons dresses etc, t which she in
vites the attentionof the ladies of
Astoria and vicinity.
Tho best brand lof genuine granite
ware at Jackim : nd Montgomerys
stove and tin stoi 2, Main street.
Prices for caunery and fishermen's
supplies have been slaughtered at M.
Ship News and Notes.
Tho Geo. Bewley was taken to
sea yesterday. v
The Patliisen went to sea on Sun
day in tow of the Mary Taylor.
Tho Bellaporte has hauled in at
Fiavels dock to discharge coal.
The Odulio came down on Sunday
in tow of the Ocklahama, Strang pilet.
The Odulio loaded wholly at Port
land. She draws fourteen feet six
The Ellerbank came down on
Sunda' in tow of the Dine, Pease
The Ellerbank will take on board
four hundred tons of salmon at this
port, for Europe.
The Marion King hauled in at
Browns Main street dock yesterday,
and i3 now receiving snhnon cargo for
The. Briiihh bark Martha Fisher,
sixty days from Newcastle, N. S. Y.f
consigned to 1 lodger, Meyers A" Co.,
arrived, yesterday under Bail, Olson
800. This wheat is all shipped from
bay, vessels drawing soveutoen feet
now drag over tho sands. This may
not be palatable news for the fresh
water advocates of the interior, but it
is nevertheless the fact, and the New
York board of ongineers and all in
terested in killing the appropriation
needed for the bar improvement; as
well as the liars, slanderers and
blackmailers employed in thai
scheme to blacken the name and repu
tation of Astoria pilots, are respect
fully requested to put this in their
pipes and smoke it.
Rescued From a Watery Grave.
A private boai, name and number
unknown to our reporter, was rescued
by the pilot schooner J. C. Cousins
yesterday. The boat went out across
the middle sands. While going over
the sands took three breakers which
upset the boat, throwing the net
tender out in the ae. and the boat
puller under the boat. While the
net tender was trying to gel on the
boats bottom he caught hold of the
j centerboard, which had slipped down,
and in doing so righted the boat aud
the boat puller popped out from under
the boat. They then rigged an oil
skin apron on a boom as a signal of
distress and sat in tho boat, up to their
necks in water part of the time, until
the Cousins sighted them, about 10
x. M. and took them on board. Soon
afternoon the Mary Taylor went ofl' to
the Cousins and took the men off, and
then ran to the boat and took the
boat and net aboard landing every
thing safe in Bakers bay, much to the
satisfaction of all parties concerned.
The Mercury says that Peter
Blagan, a fUhcrmau mourned as lost
in the fleet of 1880, is returning in a
British vessel. The story runs thus:
"He was carried safely over the bar
and blown out to sea, where ho was
picked up by a vessel bound for Aus
tralia. On reaching Sydney he de
ferred communicating with his friends
until a short time since, when a mis
sive was received at Astoria stating he
was then a sailor on an English ship
bound for Oregon, and his arrival
might be expected in Astoria about
the middle of June. His rescuo may
give rise to the hopo that others beside
him may have been saved in an equal
ly Providential manner from a watery
A fine lot of French -candies just
i received at Adler's.
Fire-brick and fire-clay in lots to
suit at M. C. Crosby's.
Tse Nicholas' Balm of Gilead
oil, for sore or chapped hands.
Max. Wagners San Francisco
National brew cry beer can't bo beat.
See Max Wagners advertisement
of Bock beer, just received by steamer
Go to M. C. Crosby's and get
your lunch buckets, water kegs, bail
ers, buo's and boat stoves.
Blocks of paper, useful on tho
desk of accountants, put up to order
and for sale at Thk Astorian office.
Keelars auction was running in
full blast last evening. It will beheld
again tomorrow at 2 and at 7 o'clock
Mr. John Rogers, of the Central
Market, has made arrangements to
keep all the finest fresh fish, etc., in
Pfnnder's medicines are made
from Oregon roots, herbs and barks,
and aro not patent medicines, but
purely vegetable families remedies.
The public school in district No. 1,
has closed f(fr the sJommCr vacation.
Miss Wliprjle wilb begin a private
school "vhf r room wJnorrow (Mon
day) a. if kll grades Vail be admitted.
If a sunicfent jftumtr attend, the
school rill continue.
Letter tromMr Caples.
In your very excellent paper of the
date of May 12th, my attention as
district attorney is called to the fact
that "a half crazy being, etc,, without
cause or provocation, had threatened
to put an end to the existence of an
Astoria man of business, and had ac
tually applied to the chief of police
for a weapon." The same paragraph
(not inaptly) suggests that there is a
place for all such persons, and the
sooner they are cared for the better it
will be. An act of the legislature of
this state, as recorded at; pages 394
and 393, in what is known as the
Geueral Laws of Oregon, compiled in
1872, provides a perfect remedy in
such a case, and m fact the law,
whenever appealed to and properly en
foiced, furnishes in every case ample
protection tn the life and property of
every human being within our
border. I most earnestly deprecate
any idea that it docs not. Such
threats ought not in any instance to
be allowed to go unpunished, aud the
necessity for the prompt enforcement
of the law is very apparent in view of
th recent deplorable tragedy in your
city. But your city and county offi
cials, however zealous, can do but
little in such h case unless complaint
is made by the person against whom
such threat is directed. Iu the in
stance referred to, the person threat
ened should have madu complaint at
once. Hon. Frank .J. Taylor, whose
faithfulness and efficiency are well
known, is deputy district attorney for
Clatsop county, aud any violation of
the law reported to him will (I engage)
bo promptly attended to.
Allow me to repeat, tho law encir
cles with its invincible arm every man,
woman and child within our bound
aries. Let your good people when
occasion requires, invoke and receive
its protection. Let the law abiding
be protected and sustained, but ''let
no guilt j' one escape."
John F. Capi.es,
Cortland, Oregon, Mav 1G.1K81.
Which 19 the Htrencet:
Answered yyeiterday by the Mary
Taylor towing the Paaithea. to sea,
while the Astoria snd Brenham were
compelled u tbw their vessels back to
compelled tb row thei
Bakers bay, t
Astoijia, May lRth,
Teacher and Punllfc of Pub-
The new school books published by
A. S. Barnes & Co., and adopted by
the superintendents of Oregon to be
introduced the present season, are
just received direct from the publish
ers, aud are now for sale and exchange
at introductory prices set by the state !
superintendents, ltespectfnlly yours, I
Kjari .uipi ueaier in dooks ami sta- j
Yf'illiumHport Property '
( Jreat bargains are now offered in the !
city of Williamsport for any persons j
wishing to locate from one lot to live .
acres. It is well adapted fr gardens, j
dairy ranches or pleasant homes; well I
elevated, situated one mile south of
Astoria on Youngs bay, with a good
graded road to the place. For further
information call at my residence near
the cemetery. John Williamson.
1. Wilhehn, Boss saloon, opposite
the Clarendon hotel, Portland, Oregon.
Dr. .7. Welch will be in
May 24th, to practice his profession
for a few week?. He 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 Sewing Machine
Needles of all makes and sizes; to be
sold at reduced rates.
I. J. Goodman, on Chenamus
street, has just rcccivcu the latest and j
most tashtonablc style ot gents and
ladies boots, shoes, etc.
The boat stoves made by M. C.
Crosbj, with fire-brick bottoms, are I
superior to all others in this market. !
Chewing molasses peppermints
and chewing candies of all davors, at
the Astoria candy factory, made fresh I
every day, opposite tho bell tower.
Cocoanut ice, cocoanut caramels,
molasses cocoanut, chocolate caramels
at the Astoria candy factory, next
door to Stevens & Sons book store.
For the Genuine J. H. Cutter
old Bourbon, and the best of wines,
lifpiors, and San Francisco beer call j
at the Gem opposite the bell tower, j
and ice Campbell. j
Capt. J. H. D. Gray is now pre- j
pared to supply the best qualities of
fir, hemlock, vine maple, spruce limbs, j
etc Leave orders at the wood yard, j
foot of Benton street.
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 the 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 detennined to close out and
quit that line of trade.
For a first-class oyster stow, fry,
pan-roast or fancy roast, go to Roscoe's
on Main street, opposite N. Loch's.
Families supplied by the hundred or
the sack, opened or in the shell.
Peter Wilhelrfc has established a
tirst class saloon j in u. aii itages
the bell towi
ud has appointed
cU & Co his aurents.
The best of
erything m t
1, beer, cigars,
be kept on hand.
Have Wistar's balsam of wild cherry
always at hand. It cures couglis, colds,
bronchitis, whooping cough, croup, in
fluenza, consumption, and all throat and
lung complaints. 50 cents and SI a bottle.
'Farnlnhcil Seoms to T,et
At Mrs. Munson's lodging house.
OffireK to Rest.
Single or in suites of two, in Thk
Astokiav building. Prices reasonable.
l'iano to Kent.
A good piano is offered for rent at a
fair rate, by Capt. A. W. Berry. Ap
ply at the Washington Market.
Oars, eleven feet; caustic soda, gol
den lacquer, .asphaltum varnish, furni
ture varnish, tan baak, etc, in quanti
ties to suit at Geo. W. Humus.
Itrirk! II rick! Jlrirk!
'I have on hand a large amount of
brick for sale at from $5 to $8 per
thousand. Call and examine near
Astoria cemetery. ,
Mrs. D. Cnrran has n few good J
rooms to let at reasonable prices on j
Cass street, near the Congregational '
Church. 2. '
JtiMt Kerelvrd at Carl Atlrr."
A new invoice of tin we Celebrated J
Cabinet Grand Piano.. Alio, a new '
invoice of Esty ( )rgaiis. He will sell I
pianos and organs at manufacturers i
prices for cash, ! on the installment j
Ice i'renm Saloon. !
Frank Faber's ice cream saloon, on 1
tile roadway near Humes mill, is now ,
fitted nicely ith private rooms fori
ladies. It is also the depot for choice
confectioner', taffy, etc. Remain
punch served to order.
.Votlcc to the Public
The poor, unfortunate young man
that lost his leg last summer in the
Fibhenuens 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
wori;, 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. B. & X.
Co. 'a Dock.
The Central hotel, near the steam
ship dock is now open for the recep
tion of guests, where the well known
caterer, Mr. Anton Beloh will always
be found ready to wait on his patrons.
He has had the above named house
thoroughly refitted by Messrs. Pike
and Stockton, our well known artists.
Call and see him, as he has the finest
brands of liquors and cigars to be had
in the city
(Sen. IlilL lirnnrii'Iiir nnil iimim"fr.
Kretl Cere, .stage manager, A. Ostraniler. 1
leaner 01 oreueMra.iieo. iumut'ri, leader
of brass hand. An entire v new fir!
part bv our male ami female minstrels,
with Niekerson aud Cook :is theeom-
median, (iere inlerioriiior. Finalf.
"Onr ('ireiis." r olio. mv aets. i
ongs-. claim's, i.jf. Do n., fcnl in mt i
-rile Three IluuierV and thai oilier 1
runiix act, .n i.fho. iis i.iu rook
appears uighth in new i.nN and
dances. Mr. 'no. ("00k aud .Mr. t'ltarlcs
Xicke rson also in the funniest of funny
fun: Mr. .lames Moriee in u- vocal
gents, and (lore in Ditlrhi.sms. Look
out for a new thing, entitled -Ten Pins,
or Set F.m I'p on the Other Alley.
Mr. Hill is making nclhe prepar
ations for more amusements with
which to ple.tsf those of the ptililie who
are iond of popular amusements-. New
orchestral selections bv our etlieieiit
orchestra, and new miMe bv our excel
lent brass baud on the grand stand at
nreelselv 7 i r. (nrinin r!vi :it v.
actly ft r. m. Kntmuce on Denton street ; j
entrance to private boxes, on Chouainus
Ice cream at Iloscoes oyster and
refreshment saloon on Main street.
Brace up the whole system with
King of the Blood. See advertise
inenr. "Jake" Niederauer, from Astoria,
has located his barber shop at 09 First
street. "Jake" is one of the "boys"
aud should be patronized. Mercury.
Sons of (lie Albany Kerr!
Kcspcctfully Dedicated to and Sold by
C1!AS.(I:aTTKK. - - - - astoima.
Good evening kind friends Just Ibtni to me.
And when you have heard me, I'm sure
I will give you a Mnry, and sing it out clear
Ami the name of 111 v ving is the AI.I1AX Y
You cm find it all round iu this citv of gold.
Ami the wav that they make it has never
That's, a .secret they keep aud hold very dear.
For the whole country is drinking that
The brewery i large and the machinery k
And ever' order Is sent to von right up to
Tlicy get all kiuds of orders rrom far aud
And even oiie'5 healthv that drinks AL
For eery thing there looks so clean and so
And their beer is.so darkling, 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 father, who's now eight j'-thrce.
And this Is the advice he cave untM me.
Hcajtoke to me kiudlv with a voice bright
and clear :
"If. you want to lie healthv, drink ALBAXY
Since then I have done so. and I'm heartv
At the round age of fifty 1 ran always be
At my dally labor before the sun doesappear
Ana each day and night I drink ALBANY
Also, on draught, THE CELEBRATED
C. GRATTKE. - - WELCOME SALOON,
Iloadwaj', opposite O. R. & X. Co's Dock.
F. SHERMAN & CO.,
MAIN STREET, - ASTORIA. OREGON,
Is prepared to .supply
Fresh Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
Corned Meatu, Poultry. Game. Ktr.
Also constantly on hand
Fresh Butter, Eggs, Vegetables.
SIUIS SITPLIEI) AT LOWEST BATES.
Shermans Truck, Dray, and Ex
Orders left here will be promptly attended to.
TRBNGUARD & -UPSHUR
Builders t General
PAINTS. OI LIS, ETC.
a;i:.cy or thk
imperial Mills Flour and Feed.
Chenamu5 Street, Near Olney,
. I.KiM-'NVKItKK. IIIUAM UKOWN.
Leiiienweber & Co.,
TAMERS AM CUREERS,
Manufacturers and Iniorlerso!
i I.I. KINDS OF
Wholesale Dealers hi
OIL. AND TALLOW.
BOOTS and SHOES
afrlligtirst eatli pnee paid for Hales and
Genera! assortment of table stock constantly
011 nand. such as
Canned Fruits and Jelly,
Bacon, Hams.. Shoulders, Lard,
!'S. IH'TTKIS. CIIKI-XF.
Fresh Fruits ami Vegetables,
rssii. iMre.Ti64 ami -hif
ill tlW S.,, t
ru.'Aiss ii Totnrro.
U-h1 r W LYSIS u t.un'oiis.
All elu-'p fi 'SH :imhIn -it!l on iiuii
ftisMou .ji.i.. j . f " More.
I. K. rt KK"5.
T. W. IIto.-. I
Astoria Market !
lll'1'OSU'K IMVIDKXT IIOTKt ,
ASTOKIA. ... OKEOO.V.
VTAltItr.. .5. KATOX. Proprietors.
(Sure tt iriri?rt J- Metiuirel
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Cured Meats
A full line of
FAMILY OUOCEKIES. KI.Ol 11. FEED
HAY. CANNED PKUIT. VEGE
o'r Hutler. Egg. Cheese, etc. constantly
Crf- niig supplied st the Innut rates.
Alain Street - - A&toria Oregon
11E11G31AX tV- IiEURY
RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN.
tion of tho public to tho fact that the
above Market will always bo supplied with a
FULL VARIETY BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS!
Which will be sold at lowest rate, wholesale
and retail. Special attention iriven tosupplj
PLAIN AND OUNAMENTAL
Orders left at the Occident lintel, or at my
Warehouse, hot of Pcntnu Street, lirotnptly
LIME, SAND. ISKICkTpLASTEK. LATH,
Cement, and all materials in my line,
fumhhed to order.
e3"Sieclal attention iald to Furnace work
and llangcs. CWtcrn w ork warranted good
or no pay.
3AcentSan Juan and NewTacoma Lime.
MRS. S. T. Mc-KEAN,
All kinds of
LADIES UNDERWEAR, ETC.,
Corner of Cass and Jefferson M reels, Astoria.
ISStaniiinj;lone lo onler.
CLEANING and REPAIRING
NEAT. CHEAP AND QUICK. BY
Chenamus St., next Nicholas Ilarber Shop.
LETTER HEAD PAPER,
PRINTED OR PLAIN, OF THE BEST
qatlhy at ThkAstorux ogles.
LEADS THE VAJST ! !
ABOVE THE DIN AND TIDE OF BATTLE: AMIDST MISSILES FROM
FLYING SUOT AND SHELL, STILL COMES THE CRY AND
GKAND KUSH TO THE I X L STORE,
Where is displayed one or the largest and most complete stocks of
DBT GOODS, CLOTHING,
EVER SEEN IN THIS MAltKET,
And to be Sold at the lowest Marghmble Profits.
A FULL LINE -OF DRESS GOODS,
With Satins, Gimps, Cords and Buttons to Match.
SACQES, I?X3E2S, jELTTOSHCXISrG-S
IN ENDLESS VARIETIES.
ECOSX3KJ3L1T, CSOXtSElTS AND QTOVE3.
AT PRICES WHICH WILL ASTONISH YOU.
.HST RECEIVED A LARGE INVOICE OF
S3prn.sr Stylos ixi Sx-a,T7- BCa.t-
IN FACT HERE YOU WILL FIND EVERYTHING IN THE LINE
THAT CONSTITUTES A FIRST CLASS DRY GOODS ESTABLIBH
MEXT. I SHALL SUSTAIN MY ONE PRICE SYSTEM AND
Don't Propose to be Undersold.
CALL AND SEE ME. MME. DEMOREST AGENCY.
a E. COOPER,
1 X 1. Store, corner Main and Conennily Streets. Astoria, Oregon
The Boss Coffee and Tea Pot
IS, Iti.e XI
TWO DOORS EAST OF"OCCIDENT,
mmmsmwm W ,,,mmrmm
Keelar, the Auctioneer,
AV1LL COMMENCE SELLING HIS IMMENSE STOCK OF
ALL KINDS OF
r n w
AT HOLDEN'S AUCTION KOOMS.
The Sale will Continue Every Day, at 2 and 7 P. M., Until all is Sold.
Ladhs particularly h:itcd to attend and call early and examine the stock.
E. C. ROLDEN, Auctioneer.
Agisted by FKAXK KEELAR, mit a license.
FURNITURE 55 BEDDING
AND DEALER IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN TOLES
Complete In every hrancli.
AVING EVERY FACILITY FOR HE
tide, I am now prepared to furan the
AT 39 CEXTS PER GALLON
tSFamHies and keepers of public hone3
M. MEYER. Proprietor
ARNDT & FERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Only Machine Shop
And the best
In the city.
All kinds of
rromplly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
MACHINE SHOP. NEAR KINNEY'S AS.
MAY BE IIAI) OK
A Wo. Ajient for the celebrated
MEDALLlOiX RANGE, '
jfL iaT E S?
MANUFACTURE OF A F1KSTCLA:S AR
public with the finest Quality, tor caao,
AT $1 5t I'MIK DDK..
promptly and regularly supplied.
Fishermen's sad Workingmen's
MARCUS AVTSE, - PROPRIETOR.
HAVING JUST OPENED THE ABOVE
named store, next door to tne Astoria
Bakery and having just received a flrt class
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, BOOTS,
SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES,
Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods
Aud all goods kept in a well stocked Cloth
Following is a scale of some of my prices :
Overalls f rom...... .50 cts to Si 00
Shaker Socks . io ets or G pair for 31 00
Merino Underslnrts and Drawers..... SI 00
1 .allies Iron Frame Hose...........25 cts
Ladies Corsets from. 75 cts to Si ou
riease look for thesign ot the Fishermen's
and Workingmen's Store. Chenamus street,
next door to the Astoria Bakery.
MARCUS WISE, Proprietor.