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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1881)
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ISSUED EVERY MOBNING.
l. . IrrlautI, ftlifor ami IToprlctor
A Marion Bnildinif. "W Street
Terms 0 Subscription :
v sorvoJ by Garrior. per week.... ..... Ceau
seat by mail, fourmoatbp............ ..........55 00
dent he mail, one year.. ........... fiO
Free f Pwrtaiec t Suborifers.
rC Advortuetaents inserted by the year at
the rate of SI 5H per flnuaro per month.
Traniient advertising, by tho day or week,
fifty coats per square for each insortion.
Tlit Weekly .Worinn
Is a mnmmoth heet. ueaii double
the.-lie of the Daily. It is jie-t liie impel-
for the fiivide,oontaining in addi
tion to all the current new-v choice mis-
cellnnj. agricultural matter, market re-
ports, etc. It i furnished to single snb
seribers at S2 00 per j ear in advance. j
3?"A limited nimioerof small aiher-j
lisements inserted at established rate.!
Thk l.ti. astokian tritl m
matt ntljcatl a mmth.frteitf twf. ffd-
cr who cttnt mtintt nitxrtictifritm titf cttn am
Tn: AiTfutiAN fiUbiH- iitfm. Daily
t,r Wbkki.v tilitUm . itt-tf!ke trttk-
udiWitiHul ertn'Hiif'. JildffK hj lie
cnumjed us tiftsn rt nrnlrM. lvc iH-der at
thA itHiiUkw rmnn.
Steamer California due to-dav.
Common Council this evening.
The Elder will sail out to-morrow.
The Scottish Admiral was inkeu
to sea yesterday.
The schooner Alpha arrived from1
The Columbia, arrived at San
1-Yancisco on the morning of the !Hh.
July liith a select parly will be
given at the Sea-View house, Noith
Mr. A. Booth made a special trip
to Brookfield yesterday with the
steamer Clara Parker.
Such nice fish; and so many of
them as canneries are now pelting
makes business livery.
The little daughter of Lieut. Jones,
sick with brain fever at fort Canby,
died on Saturday evening.
The Oregon Improvement companys
stealer Willamet, froni'this port Fri-'
day evening, arrived at Seattle Sun
day. That miserable brute, A. Hoyt,
was placed in the county jail last
evening. Whether for safety or not
depends upon circumstances.
Mr. Albert Butterfiold of the firm
of Butterfield Bros., watchmakers and
jewelers of Portland, arrived last
evenint' and h:is located with Carl
Iu a private letter to Mr. C. Lei
nenweber, of this city, received by
last mail, Mr. Villard informs him
that he expects to be in Oregon in
Tho Glenperis will load wholly at
Astoria with salmon. She is at
Hustlers Main street dock, and has
iaken on about 2,000 case3 for stiffen
ing, before discharging inward ballast.
There is alwaj's something to dis
tract our attention, and intorfeie with
editorial work. To-da3' wc under
stand is the anniversary of the battlo
of Boyne. When it isn't one thing
The companion steamer for tho
State of Ctlifornia, which Cramp A:
Sons are building in Philadelphia for
the Pacific Coast Steamship company,
will be named Queen of the Pacific.
The State is now Queen of the Pacific.
Astoria is surrounded with wood;
trees of immense size free of stump
age, and yet not a stick can be bought
for mone3T. Baldolet & Co. sent the
steamer Clara Parker to Knappa, and
up beyond Oak Point, for wood for
On Sundaj' last Dr. Craug made
a professional visit to a logging camp
-on the north side, going from Astoria
io Knappton by boat, ihoncc on horse
back over the trail to N"aselle .river,
thence down the river four miles to a
logging camp. Speaking of that region
of country, about which but little is
known, Dr. Crang saj's a wagon road
can be very easily constructed, and
the tide lauds and forests of most
magnificent spruce timber are rich in
the elements that constitute wealth.
There are hundreds of acres of grass
land now unoccupied capable of keep
ing large bands of cattle rolling fat,
and the timber is grand.
Saturday night Charley Iveenc
lost Itis purse containing S175 in gold
coin. He peddles fruit, etc., on the
streets and in saloons, and had sold
out his store and stock intending to
go below by the steamer Elder, and
took this money to put into Geo. Hills
safe for safe keeping, but before giv
ing it to Mr. Hill sold something out
of his basket, and laid the purse down
to make change, and thoughtlessly
went away and left it. When he
went back, as quick as he missed
it, about an hour later, the purse
was gone, of course. Charley
is crippled, and is decidedly out of
luck, but if his purse fell into honest J
hands it will be returned, after this
notice. We hope it may. Charley
will reward the person returning it to
Don't Forget It.
When a vessel loads -. Atstona iho
value of the cargo foots up. Look at
tI,e Mertmi $"-14,050. The Scottish
'Admiral loaded wholly at Portland.
nor cnrgo loots tip iuluou over
SI 00,000 lots than the Astoria cargo.
When big ships are wanted, Astoria
must loed'them; not Portland, neither
Yaqmiia bay; and don't forget it.
The trifling sum at which The
Daiia Ahtokian is furnkhed, twenty
five cents per week; should untitle
every citizen and family m the place
t n Mittvwiikmii unv n siiulimr !
it; but we regret to "say there are
. . . . 1
J newspaper thieves in Astoria, whom
we give due and timely notice will be
prooocuted, to the fullest extent, if we
catch thotu in the act. A detective is
on track E tlieiii now.
A severe. iHerciiig, and hitter -rief j
lias overt ken the family of our friimd
Yin Cook, Es., at Clifton. Tlirfr little
son Ralph Xeswilth was dm tied off the
wharf there at nrday. IJtiigeiit search j
has been made for theltody; the river j
drajjgtnl, giant jxiwder exploded, etc., j
but at ill the water refuse to tfive uu 1
1 -, . .t
iik (toaii. i;ur iciMieroBt svnipniniea
are expressed fortliem in their aadnes.
j iVlr.Sencer,iHanietoTHKAsTii:M'. t
says: "Jlalph was four 3'eais and ftnirj
montliK tdd. A brighter or more af
fectionate l4iy never lived; was all
yon oiMild wisli for x boy f iW age;
and his Jos falis heavily ia all of s."
I Comet Claimants.
The Midden and very unexpected
appearance t.f the comet one morning
last mouth, when will ho mist men, ex
cept thoae cmiiected with the news
paper business, stcamlvoMting, ami a
few astronomers, were in IkhI; is likely
to result in very serious civil atrife
unless some way is discovered to .settle
the claims of pj-iority if djsoovery.
Alwlestly waiving our own claims; lo
calise of the surpritn: to our Mr. Nor
ris which caused him to fail to rejmrt
it; in favor of the Captain and crew of
the Canby, we Iiojm; ti see them jMit
in their papers ami take the stakes.
On the eastern sloje tliere are already
I six claimants for the honor, and to
the honor is added a $200 prixe,
ottered by Mr. Warner, of Uochostor,
New York. These six rival claimants
are two from Penneylvxnia. three from
Illinois, and one from Delaware,
How shall the great question be set
tled? Wc propose as the most feasible
plan a fasting match, the survivor, if
there be any, to take the reward, if
no one survives, it will, of course, be
a clear saving to Mr. Warner
The annual state, con von lion of the
Ancient Order of Hibernians, for Ore
gon, was held in the parlors of Asto
ria Engine Company No. 1, last Satur
day evenin:;. There were present a full
delegation from Portland and Asto
ria, and the business of the evening
passed off pleasantly. Thomas-Dealey,
of Astoria, was elected S. I).; J. J.
Byrnes, of Portland, S. S.; J. R.
Wiley, of Portland, S. T. The fol
lowing resolutions were unanimously
Whereas, The present difticuhies in
Ireland demand a firm stand to he
taken by all true Irishmen in the pres
ent crisis. Therefore be it
Resolved, That we pledge our
united and undivided support to the
holy cause of aiding our distressed
counlty in securing those heavenborn
rights which are withheld by the 13'
rairy of a u sniping and heartless
government base, selfish, and relent
less England. And
Whereas, An attempt has been
made to assassinate our chief magis
trate. I herefore be it
Resolved, That this convention
takes this method of expressing
their abhonence of so dastardly an
act. And express their joy at hear
ing of his improving condition, hop
ing that a few days may place hiin
past all danger.
On Sunday the delegation from
Portland chartered the steamer Clara
Parker, visited Fort Stevens, Ilwaco,
and other paints, returning in time for
dinner, and everybody enjoyed them
selves and visit to Astoria and vicinity
very much; which concluded with a
pleasant social reunion at the house of
our fellow townsman, Mr. P. J. domi
nium Our visitors returned by steamer
to Portland, yesterday. "
In conseqeuce of the detention of
the steamer G. VV. Elder, and also iu
consideration (' thercrowded state of
the house lait evening
turned away wl
were anxious to
make tho Wiows facuuiintancc;
Mr. .Tame P. locke, fir. Ilaverlys
representative Jucre, lias xiirrangeu
to give one fnore nWforilance of
.Petrolofni M Nasbyl roailig play.
Don'tforgetf therefore, th:f this is
the illy clance of seeing Bishop as
the Widder," and her amiable suit
The finest quality of Harness Oil
is kopt at the harness shop, for sale by
Gen. J. H. Eaton roturnod from
the Sea-Side yesterday. He onjoyed
the visit and sport of trout fishing
Warrantee deeds at Thk Astokian
Never go shopping without eon
suiting the advertising columns of Thk
Astokiax. They will toll you where
the host bargains are to be had, and just
what merchants are alive and doing
Havorlys "Widow Bedott
This excellent company opened last 1
night to a house that actually totted !
the capacity Uf Liberty hall. Many
vr tuniAil Inwinv itnnlt'ii in find 1
I " S- :
seals, or tfrcA itaiiding room. The
. . .t
roars 01 lnii"Iiter
re incessant, and;
no more AJiijoy
boon fnien 11
entertainment has !
citv for vuar. I
B ti.u.unnri-i..,.,t;nv;.in.u.to suit. ijivcrpwu lactnry niKti.
w riiui uiiiiiMij, u !
was really inn
archill and Bishop Jr., 1
vied witll each
Itther to make the per- j
nil bright. The i
Widow Bishop and her chickens will !
give one mora entertainment to-night.
"This is the only chance t
Timot,,v X'JSK .
Notice to Fixhernven ml Other on
My youngest ..
years old. blm
ee. light hair
from the wharf
on .sat unlay
ward ill le :
A liberal re-
1 iilton. Oregon, .July
Al leu I ion
An adjournal uiclin
Hook ami l.nticr cwnpau
at their hallthis -enm
I All membei are mhiiios'
31 rs. It. t'arrofliers
li-tireit cAlliUK lhe alleu-
lad rrjeml.s, and ladies
thatshtjF will have Lilts
n JTJe JPrcsses for sale, ami
forheirfat Portland piiees.
oniccM to item.
le or in Miile of two. in Tin: A-
toki v building. Prices reanoiialde.
Coarse Liverpool Salt
Kor sale by Ihe ton, at .Snn Franci-eo
prices al N'arren and Katoiis A-toria
On after this date an additional Hi
cents jer cord will be charged on all
orders for sawed wood not accoitiHUiicd
b the cah. at (Jrays- wkhI vaiil. Jiilv
1MMK1. ! -L
A Xcvr Delicacy.
Mr. J. T. IJorehers has just prepared a
choice lot of piccd salmon iu ."lO-pound
kegs. They are the finest eating for
lunches, etc to be had. Call at once
and Mvtirc your suppl.
Hill's Ya 1:11m rs.
Geo. Hill, proprietor ami manager,
Fied Gere, stage manager, Thos. Culleii.
leader of orchestra. Geo. Lambert, leader
of brass band. Gnk ami Nickerson, the
young mekes: Miss Lou Cook in Mings
and dances, etc. New fust part. New
olio, and new acts. Open air concert at
p. m. Performance commences al ss
p.m. Entrance on Benton sreel:pri
ate boxes on Chenainus.
Max. Wagner's San Fnuieisro
timiai brewery beer can't be beat.
Ice cream at Rococ.s oyster and re
freshment aloon iu Occident liotel
Mr. .John Rogers of the Central Mar
ket, has made arrangements to keep all
the finest fresh fish, etc, in their season.
P. WilheliH, Ross saloon, opposite
the Clarendon hotel, Portland. Oregon.
Zephyrs iu all Colors and .shades at
six cents an ounce, at the California
store, iKst-oflce corner.
A tremendous stock of home r.nule
candies, at the Astoria Candy Facing,
next door to the City Rook store. Oj
Kisjtc the bell tower.
The New Testament authorized
edition revised, for twenty-five cents at
Charles Stevens and Sous Citj Rook
Charles Stevens v. Son are iu re
ceipt of a fine stock of mouldings, and
are now pre hi red to make picture
frames to order. Call and iiispivl their
P. J. Goodman, on Chcnamus street,
has just received the latest ami most
fashionable style of gents and ladies
lwots. shoes, ojc.
To celebrate joyously on the coming
till, go to tlie Astoria Candy Factory
and get some of the fine mixture made
for this occasion. Opposite the lel!
.1. II. D. Gray is now selling Wheat.
Bran and Feed of all kinds at reduced
rates, and has also a fine lot of Ash and
Vine Maple YikhI on hand for sale.
Sas one. Kendall's Spaiu Cure is
the liet liuumcut for human llesh eer
used, ami tlHHisands have extolled it in
similar terms. See advertisement.
The bcsl Carter's Cape Ann oil
clothing, rubber boots, etc, sold at .Sin
Francisco wholesale prices at the San
Franciseo clothing store.
S. Danziger. San Francisco clothing I
store, has the largest and iiesi selected
stock of clothing iu the city. Alo, gents
furnishing goods, boots ami shoes,
trunks- and alises. hats and cans.
Caramels. Molasses Chewing Pep J
iiermint, Cocoannt D'ltalia, Cix-oaiiut (
Ice, Butler Scotch, and a lot of good ;
things at Ihe Astoria Candy Faclorv,;
opposite the hell tower.
Before purchasing goodsof auylody
eall and inspect my slock. You are
welcome. I will gladlyshow inj goods,
no matter whether you" Imv or not. New
goods by every steamer. . Danziokk.
Rcforc purchasing jour sewing ma
chines, call and examine A. Van Dusen
Si Co.'s stock. They have just received
anew and elegant lot, which they are
offering at bottom prices.
Charles Gratkc has always 011 ha ml
No. 1 XXX Premium Ale and first pre
mium Lager Iker from the Albnnv
brewery, San -Francisco, at his saloon
on the kondwa. I
Capt. J. II. I). Gray is now prepared I
to supply the best qualities of fir, hem-'
lock, vine maple, spruce limbs, etc.
Leave orders at the wood yard, foot of
S. G laser & Co., successors to F.
Sherman & Co., having lioucht the
meat and vegetable market of F. Sher
man & Co., would respectfully ask 1
continuance of the patronage bestowed
on the former proprietors.
Don't drive a spavined horse as long
as you can get Kendall's Spavin Cure
for Si a bottle. As a powerful liuament
for deciHsealed pains on both man and
beast, it has no equal. Bead advertise
ment. Peter Wilhelm has established a
first class saloon in C. II. Page's build
ing, on oiiupmoqiie street, near the bell
tower, ami has appointed Messrs. Wm.
Bock & Co. his agents. The best oft
everything in the line of wines, liquors, j
beer, cigar., etc-, will be kept on hand, j
Having made arrangements in New I
lork and ban rranclsco ror the pur
chase of all my goods, my facilities for
buying are such as to enable me to
undersell all others. 1 defy competi
tion. S. Danziger, San Francisco cloth
ing store, Astoria.
At 1 iilton
f.d for the
ami IJtCit. ;
g 0 Hi Vlert
ati'EbO r. m. i
lid U1h in al-:
: - -. j
I yi-.i .!.-...-
1'urni.Hlicd lCooinf io lift
At Mrs. Jfunoiis lodyinu Iwum.
Xotlee to Fishermen.
From one to 1.000 ikimiuIs of black
ciiAiiMi frikitt wf niriinti wntitrwl flnili f 'fl.li
ii-.i , .1 T.Roi7ciiKi:s How limn Inn.
Conr-tantlv on hand, and in Humilities
niu Hliil half rn,UMlL Sit
(.5 1:0. W. IlrMK.-
Itrick! ISrieU! Ilriclt!
I have on hand a larse amount of brick
for sale at from $0 to . per thousand.
Call and examine, near Anuria ccmc
iei. .Ioiix WlLMAM-OX.
Sherman IStom. Kxprest
Will receive onlers at the More of 1.
W. Cae for upper AMoria or any other
lrt of Hie city. Leave uiir order on
the late ami "they will be prouijitly at
itoscocs Spw I'laee.
Koeoe. the ptijtHiar enlerer, inxile
all hit old patrons, and a-, iiianv new
ones as max le pleaseil to m.tkc him a
isir. to call at his new Ice (!ream Sa
kMii. on Clicuamiis slroet. Occident
liotel block, which he ha- jnM fitlcl up
in first claiie.
Xu. I lee Cream.
It makes all the difference in iLe
world where ou act ice cream as to I
quant). AH who hae tried it. ever
iKHly, prfiiouiice r rank rulers the ia.-t
in ojmllty. So. I Ice Cream, and equally
as miteh'lo lliedish in quantit.
The Central Hotel.
One of the linot. cleanest ami IhM
kept hotels in Astoria, itmi(cd near the
steamer landing, with firt cln. air
room.x.good board and er rea-ii:ib!e
rates. Bar and billiard rHm. The
I Inst of wines ud liquor., and an eeel-
iciu swi" 01 rwni r niuciM'o necr.
Antoin Biki.oii. Proprietor.
YVillinmspnrt Property .
Great bargains are now offered iu the
eily of Williamsport for any ihtsoiis
wishins: In locate from one lot to live
acre. It is well adapted for gardens,
dairy ranches or plctwtut hemes: well
elevated, .situated one mile south of
Astoria on Youngs baj. with a good
graded road to the place. For further
informtitioii call at my residence near
the cemetery. .Ioiix Wii.mam-ox.
To ra-e Jlpn.
Tin: Astouiax has now reached 11
circulation which places it al the head
or the list of Oregon dailies, and insures
Io advertiser- thereof more benefit fur
the amount paid than ma be secured
elsewhere. To those ho ish to reach
the largest number of readers at the
smallest expense, we offer the columns
of an attractive daily, the success nf
which from the very start has been far
lHyond the cvpertations or the mosl
A Fair Propositi!.
From this date Ihe Astoria pltgraph
gallerx will conduct business 011 the
following plan. We will lake negathcs
of any lad ami eu'rylmdy that will
favor us with a call, we vill print a
proof of tlu same free of charge, no one
being under auv obligation to order
j from such negatives unless they desire
III III! st).
Wc will take the Astoria engine com
panies and all lodges and societies, any
time t!ie. will assemble for the purpose,
and present each lodge or Micictx with
one picture of such group, either taken
all together or in eparate pictures and
We will take vifws of residences and
buildings, hotels, eannei ie-. mills, etc,
on the same term-, viz: We will take
I the negatives free of charge.
We uo this in order that our work
shall stand on its merits, as we are pre
pared to do good work. No one need
wail until they go to San Francisco.
Foi.i.owixit aim: en: imsici::
I'erde. '. iloz.
i or full length loudoirs....fi 00 M .10
cabinets... -100 .TO
cards '2 .".0 1 .".n
ISust pictures and boudoirs. 7 00 ." ()
Vignettes cabinets Ti HO :: 1H
cards :: Ps g on
Tuos. (I. KuooKs a- Co.
J3f""All citizens of Oregon who d&ire
to inform their friends in the states of
lhe.comlitiou and progress of this state,
can have no more complete andconipre-
licusiw volume ol facts lo semi them
than by subscribing for this journal,
and ImVing us mail it weekly to their
friends. We mail it as directed. For
." 00 iu advance, we mail three copies
of Tin: Wkkki.y Astokiaxiiiu year.
For a first-class oyster stew, fry,
nan-roast or fancv ronsi.go to Koscoe
Chenamus street. Occident hotel block.
Families supplied by the hundred or the
sack. ohii or in the shell.
For the genuine .1. II. Culler old
Bourbon, ami the best of wines, liquors
and San Francisco Ikmt, call at the Gem,
opposite the 1mH tower, and see Camp
bell. JMAGXILS 0. CROSBY,
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings.
Plnta ai Steam Filters
Goods and Tools,
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD,
SHEET IRON TIN AND COPPER,
Cannery anfl Fisliermeus Supplies
Stoves, Tin Ware and House
JOBBING IN SHEET IRON, TIN, COP
PER, PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING
Done with neatness and dispatch.
None bat tlrst cIiuk workmen employed.
A lare assortment or
Constantly on hand.
SI. B KANT,
Pianos and Organs
! Of all tnakci eoibtaiitly 011
full stock of
on hand. Also a
VIOLINS. GUITARS, BANJOS, AC-
Alo a large sto"k ofthe best of
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS,
AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
A- well a e cry thins rise belonging to a
HrM Cias Miimc Stm.
1'i.iti'Haml Onraiissolili-LtceinonthU i
stalliiienl p'an erforrnit.
CARL ADLER'sTbOOK STORE.
Thf lai)"-st spn-k r
Biank Boohs and Stationery
of evry description..
sV!mi1 lttioks. HiWes, roetieal
Works. All'iutis and
liesides a full and complete
M-M'K 01 ecri usually
Kent hi :i well resulated B00K
Store. AIo uchs dcHit and asency for
everj i-apcr nnu ihtkhim-ju jmiihlsuciI.
CARL ADLER'S VARIETY STORE
Watches. Clm-ks :nul .tftwclrv.
CJ l'-H-ket aiid Table Cutlery.
1 1 -ja ljniM'c .mhhhls ami joys.
ss. i..i .- V-:....v .. ..:XiZz
&-a-.-uu1liuit Art'lmrv otf
New goods b every steamer. The public
are In mil to cxaiimie my stock and prices,
CHEN AMI'S ST.. - ASTOKIA. OREGON.
HOTELS AND RESTAUR AKTS.
a..i. mi'c.i.xi:. r.s. wuiuiir
MKULKR& WKiUlir. l-rftfrietora.
inn ri:oii:iirroit.s akk iiaitv to
ainHHiHcelliat the alntvc hotel has been
r-Hwnltil:iHd rernilslMtt.:ul(llin greatly to
the comfort of its quests and is now the best
liotM mrth oi San Hraacistii.
O. W. K.NOW1.KS. AI 7.1 KKKH.
I'OKTbAND. ---. OREGON
ZIEBER & KNOW LBS, Proprietors.
Free coach to ami frtMM the house.
CiarTiiK Daiia AsroKiA.v Is on file at the
CtarctMHHi liotfl rrdlitK hmh::.
Pioneer Restaurant Hotel.
3Ir. S. X. Arrlgoni.
rglHKTKAYt'MNG ITKS.tC WILL KIND
JL the ramecr nrst class in ;dt rtviH.Tts.aiul
a share or their ttro4.ase is respectfully
fcsflfcinnl aad lodging 0 Hie day or week.
Fair Wind Coffer Saloon
WATER STREET. ASTORIA.
Nel nWr io Dr. Kiiist "s.
ConVe. Tea anil Chocolate, with
Cake. IO CentM.
C!o;s CuiiKpil to Ortlcr.
Fine Wines. L.iuor.s ami CisarM
llaiu just opeitctl tlM almve establLsh
mt'iit we co nl tally invite oar fnciiils aial the
public t:euenll. lo n e ns a trial.
.V.-tl KOARD E ANSON.
'ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS
MAIN STRXET. ASIORIA.
mill', t N'OEKStGNKD IS IM.EASHI TO
J. ailMOWIK'C Pi Ihe
Ladies' and Gentlemen of this City
lltat he is now n-tKiel to innioh for them,
111 tlrst class si U ami exerv style.
oysti:i:. nor cukkkk. i:v. etc.
Ladies" and Gent's Oyster Saloon,
ThniM' ji e iim- a call.
ROSCOK DlNnN. 1'ioprletor
ASTORIA. - ORKC.ON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
O 3 - 1 S ft
12 yf r - jt
Doner anop sjrjv
All khuls or
l'minill atteiuleil to.
A specialty HtAile of re-mlrim
XEAU KINNEY'S ASTOKIA KISHEKY.
Piles for Sale.
Mr. A. It. McMW-mi H Hewrrl In fHrnNi
Fir or Hemlock Piles
IX ANY AMOl'XT TO ORDKI.'. AND ON
Ixae onlers at the tre f Trenclianl 5.
0r;ihlre. A. 15. .MrMU.L.VN.
-irfv- zn rm.rrx
TALK IS CHEAP BOYS !l
I Money to Buy Whisky!
It Also Eeqires Money to Pay Expenses.
I cannot sell Goods AT COST and pay expenses, but
! I CM AND WILL !
Sell at Lower Pries
Than certain Chatham Street Style of Merchants, who
come before the public in flaming advertise
ments only for the purpose of
SWINDLING THE PEOPLE
the fact of
since my arrival in Astoria, I have nearly doubled
my sales, which has only been attained
BY SQUARE DEALING. .
HTBW Oh 0
RECEIVED BY EVERY STEAMER.
Rsmembev the Plac Vie Old and Reliahla
ONE PEICE I X L
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING HOUSE
Mtmt Miref, 11 cur Parker II011.se, Astoria.
C. IT. COOPER,
The Boss Coffee and Tea Pot
al WlBBff ifcaiS-
El, R, HAWES
TW'O D001IS EAST OF OCCIDENT,
ETTR.NITUPvE S? "BEDDING
AND DEALEK IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades. Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
WINDOW CORNICES AND CTItTAIN POLKS
Complete hi every bnuwk.
IS SUI'KKIOK TO MOST. AND I.
JOHN HAHN, -
ee-Onlcrs left at the CKUMAXIA 1IKKU
HA VINO KVKKY FACILITY FOK
tide, I am novr iirejiareJ to furnii
AT HO OKXTS l'KIt (iAMON
Efft amilies and keepers of public heajei iritly ! retarlr mwHed.
M. MEYER. Proprielor
' First Glass Saloon,
CHICAGO BREWERY DEPOT,
On the Roadway, opiniMte tho Oie--m HmH-
way and NavlfatMn ri wharf.
The choIct?t hrmiils of freHn sad ihnnwtie
WIXKS, LKITOKKAXI) t'K'ARN.
carBcMt Chlcaro Ilet r.-Sa
John Rogers, Central Market,'
Has receh eil a larg. htxte l j
li.UtRELS AND HALE BARRELS!
of the bot ita)Ry.
Aud i now ready to Mipply BHtchem Om-
neries aiid all otaen, cheap for cash.
A SWEEPING REDUCTION
Made en Oh rh4ce.t atl Wt aitiattmum
MENS; YOUTHS AND BOYS OLOTHIS
Also- The Finest Suits Made to Order and, Wzirimntedl
this being the dullest year
JIAY RE HAD OE
i E. R LIAWES
Also. A-tt'Ht i4r ihe cclebratctl
KNCKl.t.hD K NONK ON Till COAST
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UK .MANl'KACTt KKOl A Klt?r CLA&S AK.
tka imblic wltk Iho Scit tuNtT. Am ub.
AT iM no pi:k 1ZI.
ASTOKI V. tRFt;ON.
M-VIN AND OKNYMKNTAL
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