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THURSDAY JULY 21, 1SS1
ISSUED BVBBY MORNING.
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Axtttrian liuihtinq, Gtuu Struct.
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per for the flresidceontaiiring in addi
tion to all the em rent news, choice mis
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er who contetn)lalcjiUe nee from tltc ctiu can
have Tiir astokian follow tficm. Daily
r WltKKlA 'IlfWK Id any poxt-otfee wi4h
nui additional expense. Adlrtc may he
cnattuod an uftsn rx licir&l. Ix-are nrdcrx at
the e mutiny room.
Xotiec to Fishermen and Otltcrx on
the Columbia Kiver.
My youngest son, four jears old, blue
eyes, light hair and completion, fell
from the wharf at Clifton on .Satuiday
evening, duly nth, IKKl. A liberal re
ward will be paid for the recovery of his
body. YixrijNT Cook.
Clifton. Oregon, Jul to, lssi.
Steamer day to-morrow.
The barkentine Portland is ready
The steamer State arrived in .San
Francisco on the 19th.
Mr. das. Fisher, formerly of As
toria, is here on a visit.
Mr. H. B. Litt will be obliged to
defer his visit to Astoria on account of
a rush of business in Portland.
Regular convocation oE- .Buints
John it. a. Chapter, this Thursday
evening at eighcclock slirp,
in M. 3i. degree, "i
There wilK bei a meetmi df th
chamber of commerce this ev
special busines.4. WA.s full
as possible is desird.
An excursion will he down from
Portland in tho Fleetwood on Satur
day, to return Sundnj They will go
to Canby and Ilwaco.
The increased run of fish is not
profitably worked, as many canneries
are short of help and out of tins. Night
gangs work on tins, then pack fish
day times, doing double dut3.
It is reported that the Pacific
Coast Steamship company have sold to
the Oregon Improvement company the
steamship Dakota and the new steam
ship building at Philadelphia, and
with them, it is supposed, the Puget
aound and Victoria route.
Charles Mitchell was not dis
charged, but Adams was; both were
working for Adair. Mitchell had
nothing whatever to do with it. He
was compelled, in self defense, to
fight Adams, but is now under bonds
and is attending to his work at Adairs.
Hills Variety Troupe have volun
teered to give another entertainment
at Liberty hall, on Wedncsdayjtfter
noon of next week, for the benefit of
St. Marys hospital. Messrs. C. S.
Wright and H. B. Parker have kindly
volunteered to take charge' of the
tickets and money. Thar programme
will be published in a shortime. The
tickets may be secured at various
places. This will be the second bone
fit tendered to St. Marys hospital by
this troupe, who will give a first class
entertainment, specially intended for
ladies and children.
Very Narrow Escape.
Mr. Andrew Schuring, -who picked
up the boat of Mr. Lewis, on Satur- j
day, saw Wm. Bakers boat disappear
twice in the breakers, and he feared
that Baker was lost. Once his boat
shot high and dry from the crest of a
breaker, but when it came down it lit
square upon tho keel. Baker aban
doned his net and pulled for No. 1
buoy, and afterwards returned through
the north channel and got it. Mr.
Schuring hung to his net. Baker was
farthest out to sea. When Schuring
came in he met three nets at the
whistling buoy going out at the north
channel. This side, at the second
striped buoy, he picked up Mr. Lewis
boat bottom up; hailed a boat near
by, got assistance, righted the capsized
boat, bailed her out, put his boat
puller into her and sailed into Bakers
bay, when the Canby towed her to
Astoria. The boat was turned over to
the claimants yesterday for the family
.of Mr. Lewis, the owner, who was
A portion of Jerome PelU consign
,ry goisas arrrvedjrom Port-
oncfeys steamer and the
balance n j-ekerdays. Tlij auction
commenfes ih evenin at 7p0, in the
store urjaer the OcoTdent This sale
createdconsiaeral)l(jinteest in Port
land, as it undoubtedly will in Astoria.
Blanks, Promissory notes, bonds
for deed, quit claim deeds, mortgages
and -warranty deeds, at this office.
Common Council Proceedings.
Council met pursuant to adjotirn-
merit Tuesday evening, Mayor D.
i C Ireland, presiding. "
Councilmen present Baker,
Hahn, Headinglon, Spc.Kttli, Tay-
lor and right.
Jn attendance 11. H. Card well,
auditor and cleric, and "V. J. Burry, I
cmei oi ponce.
RKPOIIT OP COMM1TTKICS.
Report of committee of one,
consisting of Councilman Spex
arth, appointed by the council to
look after the matter of working
the city prisoners on tire streets of
the city was received and placed ;
Report of C. W. Kulloii, city
attorney, upon the matter of the
improvement t V t-Siv.h ., .,
was reiMMved and )lnce(i on file.
An ordinance passed providing!
tor me time and maimer oi im-,
., ; c ,....... !
jiiuwiijj cijucuiwiiiin i bci. I
vn orumanf e passetr provruing I
for the time and manner i im
proving "Water stiver.
An nrdin.innn itnttsotl iimvulimri
r... i.. :.., ..,.! ,...A .r ?..f I
for the tune ami : maimer of H -
proving West-sixtn street. '
An ordinance passed declaring1 j
the probable cost of
An ordinance passed to provide
for working the city prisoner.
An ordinance declaring the
probable cost f improving Vater
street was read first and second
time and referred to committee on
streets and public way1'.
An ordinance declaring the
probable cost of improving West
sixth street was read the firt and
second time and referred to com
mittee on streets and public ways.
An ordinance making an appro
priation of one hundred and twelve
dollars and fifty cents out of the po
lice fund, for the purpose of paying
the claims of Win. Dench and
others, for attending the small-pox
case, was read three times and
Councilman Taylor olTercd a
resolution instructing the auditor
and clerk u give notice of the as
sessments against the property
along the line of the proposed im
provement on Squemocqha street
as proposed by ordinance Xo. 417.
The following claims against
the city were ordered paid by war
rants: William Dench...
A. C. Barn u in
Si 0 oo
On motion of Councilman Spex
arth the council adjourned.
The biwit picked up by Andrew
Schuring, and artvoriieod yewterday,
belonged to Mr. Win. Lewis who was
fishing for Win. Hume Astoria can
nery. Mr. Schuring picked it up on
Saturday afternoon outside, and it
was identified yesterday by Mr. K. D.
Curtis, book-keeper at Win. Humes,
and to make assurance double sure,
Mr. Schuring had a IkkiI; which he
found in the boat, which proves to
have been Mr. Lewis account with the'
cannery. Mr. Lewis leaves a family
in this county. Ue was assisted by
Mr. V. R Finlcy; and both wore
splendid men. As soon as Mr. Schur
ing found that the boat belonged to a
man who had a family, he made no
furthor charge than the sum of $7 oO
which he had expended for help, tow
ing, and advertising, but surrendered
the boat he had risked his life and
worked from half-past throe till eight
v. i. in the effort to save. His act
deserves special montion.
The Biggest Fish.
Kaolk Cliit. .laiy I'O. lssi.
Enrrei: Astoiuax :
At Win. Humes cannery, at Eagle
Cliff, Wm. Arnold brought m, this
morning, the largest salmon ever
known to be caught on the Columbia
rivor. It weighed eighty-four -ounds,
J and when dressed, filled sixty-nine
Yours very tralv.
15i:ookimki.i. .Inly -"n. lssi.
I am convinced your little fish is a
youmj porgio, and expect it "rained
down from heaven" in the same souse
as the other infants do. Am I right ?
C.. I. Smith.
t'w Chamber of Commerce
A spookl meeting of thtr Astoria
Chambers oi Commerce will be hold
this evening atfthe oflico A. tjic Presi
dent, Ho!i. .T.TL A. Bywlb at 7:30
o'clock. f 7
E. C. Holdkx, Sccietary.
To Live Men.
Tin: AsTomAX has now reached a
circulation which places it at the head
of the lhtof Oregon dailies, and insures
to advertisers thereof more benefit for
the amount paid than ma be secured
elsewhere.' To those who wish to reach
the largest number of readers at the
smallest expense, we offer the columns
of an attractive daily, the success of
which from the very start has been far
beyond the expectations of the most
Warrantee deeds at Tint Astokian
P. Wilhelm, Boss saloon, opimsitc
the Clarendon hotel, Portland, Oregon.
For a first-elass oyster stew, frv,
pan-roast or fancy roast, go to J!oscoe'vs
Chenamus street, Occident hotel block.
Families supplied by the hundred or the
sack, open or m the shell.
For the genuine .1. II. Cutter old
Bourbon, and the best of wines. liquors
and San Francisco beer, call at the ("cm,
opposite the bell tower, and see Campbell.
Office to Kent.
Single or iu suite5; of two. in Tiik As
tokia x building. Prices reasonable.
Sunday Mercury KnuXc
j Mr. IJ. F. .Stevens begs leave to notify
I the subscribers of the 31ererrry in As
toria that he has purchased the route
from Mr. K. L. Thorpe. All siiberiji
tions uiut he paid to him.
If thcpnrU or parties who toIe the
Watch and Vocket-Book from Mr. O.
Sovey's saloon, on Main street, Saturday
morning July ifith, will return the same,
they will be pnid S10 reward, ami no
First-Clans Wat eli Itipairins.
I A. h. J.itlfcrfielil hsis arrived, and is
now prepared to do all kind of Watch
Repairing, and Watch Making in all its
branche-5. AI5), .lcwelery Work ami
tion.at prices to defy eonipetition.
Kngraving done up iu first-elas tyle.
Carl Atller Hook and Variety More.
t:onrc Liverpool Salt
I'ralchv the ton. at fcnn tranci-sen
jiriiw at Warren and Batons Astoria
On after this date an additional 10
oonts iht cord will be ehurgeil on all
rtnjl.K,,fwsnwol wood not :iceoinpnied
by tlH' cash. at tlrajs wojm! yard. .Iul
IM ' ' . .
KrieU! ItrirU! Itfick!
I have on hand a large amount of brick
for sale at from .." to SS per thousand.
Call ami cvaiainc. near A.Moria eeme
leij. donx Wii.i.iam,-o.
Sherman liros. Urvjire
Will receive orders at tle More of I.
W. Cae for upper Astoria or any other
part or the city. Leave yoar order on
the Mate and they will he promptly at
ItrCK Aew IMaco.
Ilocoe. Um popular eaterer. invites
all his old jmtrons. and as many new
ones as may be pleaded to make him a
visit, to call at his new Ice Cream Sa
loon, on Chenamu street. Occident
hotel block, which he has jusj fitted up
iu lir-Jl class style.
Xo. J Ice Cream.
It makes all the difTcrcncc iu the
world where you get ice cream a to
quality. All who have tried it. every
body, pronounces Frank Fabers the beat
in quality. No. 1 Ice Cream, and equally
as much to the dish iu quantity.
The Central Hotel.
One of the finest, cleanest and le.st
kept hotels in Astoria, situated near the
steamer lauding, with first class, airy
rooms, good board and very reasonable
rates. Bar and billiard rooms. The
best of wines and liquors, and an excel
lent Jglass of San Francisco beer.
Axtoix Bir.Lou, Proprietor.
(5 co. Hill, proprietor and manager,
Fred Gere, stage manager, TJios. Culleu,
leader of orchestra, Oeo. Lambert, leader
of brass band. Cook. Xiekcrson, Sta
Icy and Petty, the Big 4. Mr. Win.
Glenn. the silver voiced tenor. Mr. Fred
Gere in new Dutchism. Miss Lou
Cook in new babuls, songs, dances, etc.
will appear nightly. The best variety
entertainment outside of 'Frisco on the
coast, anil don't you forget it. Xew
olio, and new acts. Open air concert at
8 r. m. Performance commences at s -30
p.m. Entrance on Benton street ;pri
atc boxes on Chenamus.
Max. Wagner's San Francisco Na
tional brewery beer can't he heat.
The finc-st iUitlity of harness oil is
kept at the harness shop, for sale liv.S.
I ice cream ai rococoy.sier ami re
freshment saloon in Oceident hotel
Zcphjrs in all Colors and Shades at
.six eeuLs an ounce, at the California
store, post-ofiiec corner.
Mr. John Rogers of the Central Mar
ket, hns made arrangements to keep all
the finest fresh fish, etc iu their season.
The Lest Caller's Cape Ann oil
clothing, rubber hoots, etc ohl at San
Francisco -wholesale prices at the San
Franeisco clothing store.
Caramels, Molasses Chewing I'ep-
fiermint, Cocoanut D'ltalia, Coeoanut
ee. Butler Scotch, and a lot of good
things at the Astoria Candy Factory,
opposite the boll tower.
The New Testament authorized
edition revised, for twenty-five cents at
Charles Stevens and Sons City Book
A tremendous stock of home ramie
candies, at the Astoria Cnmh Faclorv.
next door to the Cit Book store. Op-1
Misiio me oeri tower.
-Charles Stevens & Son are in re
ceipt of u fine .stock of mouldings, and
arc now prepared to make picture
frames to order. Call and inspect their
P. J. Goodman, on Chenamus street,
has just received the latest and most
fashionable .stvle of gents and Indies
Iwiots. shoes, etc. ,
S. Danziger, San Francisco clothing!
hlorc, has the largest and best selected j
stock of clothing in the city. Also, gents
furnishing goods, boots and shoes.)
trunks and alise, hats and cap".
y on the coinins i
4th. ;-o to til
and get .some
lonavL aiHiy j-nctorv .
mixture made I
for this oeea
site the hell I
J. II. I). Gray is now selling Wheat.
iJran and Feed of all kinds at reduced
rates, and has also a fine lot of Ash and
Vine Maple Wood on hand for sale.
Charles Gratkc has always on hand t
No. l XXX Premium Ale and first pre-j
miuin Lager Deer from the Albany
brewery, JSun Francisco, at his saloon
on the Roadway.
Before purchasing goods of anybody
call and inspect my stock. You are
welcome. 1 will gladlyshow my goods,
no matter whether you buy or not. New
goods by every steamer, b. Danziger.
Capt J. II. D. Gray is now prepared
to supply Uic best qualities of fir, hem
lock, vine maple, spruce limbs, etc
Leave orders al the wood yard, foot of
Before purchasing your sewing ma
chines, call and examine A. Van Duscn
&Co.'s stock. They have iust received
a new and elegant lot, which they are
offering at bottom prices.
Peter Wilhelm has established a
first class saloon in C. IL Page's build
ing, on smicmoqiic street, near the bell
tower, and has appointed Messrs. Win.
Bock & Co. his agents. The best of
everything in the line of wines, liquors, 1
beer, cigars, etc-, win oe kept on hand.
Having made arrangements in Xew
York and San Francisco for the pur
chase of. all my goods, my facilities for
buyrng are such as to enable me to
undersell all others. I defy competi
tion. S. Danziger, San Francisco cloth
ing store, Astoria.
Furiitahetl Rooms to Jet
At Mr. Munons lodging house.
Xotiec to Flxhrrnti'ii.
From one to 1.000 ound of black
spawn from sturgeon wauted daily. Cash
paid at .1. T. JJokcuehs Dew Drop Inn.
Constantly on hand, and iu quant it iia
to suit. LivcnwH)! factory tilled. Ray j
coarse, ami nan ground, ai
UV.O. YV. lll'Mr.
Williamxport Property .
Great bargains are now offered iu the
citv of Williamsport for any persons
'wishing to locate from one lot to live
acre. It i well adapted lor gametic,
dairy ranches or pleasant home-: well
elevated, situated one mile south nf
AMorht on Youngs bay. with a rood
graded road to the place. For further
information call at nij residence near
fheecmclerv. .Iohn Wii.i.iam-ov.
A Fair Proposition.
From this date the Astoria photograph
gallery will conduct business on the
following plan. We w ill take negative
of any lady and everybody that will
favor us wfth a call, we will print a
proof of the same free of charge, no one
being under any obligation to order
from .such negatives, unless they desire
to do o.
We will take the Astoria engine com
panies and all lodges and societies. :m
time llicy will assemble for the puriwe.
and present each lodi;e or Mieietj w ith
I one picture ot such group, either taken
. all together or in separate pictures and
! grouped afterward.
e will rake icw.s oi residences ami
buildings, hotels, eaiinerie--, mills, etc
on the same terms, viz: We will lake
the negatives free of charge.
We do tliis iu outer that our work
shnll stand on it merits, a we are pre-
I 'Hired to do good work. Xo one need
j wait until they go to San Francisco.
follow ix: mm: en: riMci::
r or full length loudoirs...s; no -4 :)
m cabinets... -I 00 J .")
cards 'i :t i .to
lliist pictures and boudoir. 7di .' 00
Yigncttes cabinets .'.. r no :; oo
cards :: oo - oo
Tno. (I. Dkooks a Co.
LOsT. Three hundred oilhoiii of now net,
with small piece of old net on each end.
fort v-mx mesh deep, corks marked .1. K. stud
S. 1. C. : wa lost t Point Klllce .Inly 1Mb
Finder will 1h rewarded by appUiu'- to
.Scaiidiliux Ian PaeXing Co.
IJIOLXn. Fifty fathoms thirty six mesh
. net. Manilla cork and lead lines, marked
31. &.I. on lead lines. Owner rnu lnueJsunc
hi iinn in; pnipertr and imvint; eliarefs.
Astoria, July IS. 1SSI.
IOCN'D. About 300 ratiiimi of new net
? w:is picked up on the lwr to-day : no
marks. Owner can lme same by imiiKr
elmrss and proving property, bv appll ins
to l.KWIS 151UWX.
Astoria. .Inly It. d&w-lw
IOUXl). Sunday night, July PKh.a lot of
? web. on the territory side abreast of
Point Kilis. Hccc of lead line with Icul
marked "W. 1' Owner will find it at Cutting
& Co, rack, Skipauon, on proof and jw
ment ofchnrge. Apply to
July 13. Itel. O. PETHIWOX.
I" O.ST. Sunday night. July 17th. on beacon
j It, mImuc Tongue Hiut. about : fathom
of -10 iiicMi net. alout 12.". fathom ol loft
hnnded cork hue, and the balance rigid
handed. Also a piece ot about is) fathom 40
mesh 1'clfHst twine. A private net. "Tinder
will Ieae word at Martin Foanls.
July 18. 18SI. Wm. WAI1 1.CIM'.X
LOST. About two hundred fathom ot new J
net. X'o. 12. 11-nly. was Iot down at the !
bar IcmIbv : some of the cork are marked! ,,,.. ..t.,,...-- "
F. I).andsotneK..ithcoatoil nmni end J A1X hll.hhr. - -of
net. Tlie finder will 1m iew:inli'd by ap-', ,. . . . .
pljinglo IJ'.WIS IlKOWX, S-iIi-s. .-.. . iVrnsonl.
Astoria. Jul) H.
- IRL OR MIDDLE AGED WOMAN.
VT IiHUlaat THIS OFl'ICti
Notice to Trespassers.
ALL PERSON'S ARK I1EKEP.Y FOR
blildcuto trespass iu an) inaiiiuT iijmjii
lot 1, block .12, 01nes Astoria, under cii
altv of irxseciitinn. J. G. MI'GLI'R.
Astoria. Oregon, July 13, ISM.
To the Public.
4.SiirKRr.RVUIVKX TO TIIK
p:rtitularly uf Kuippa prcciih'l.
, elajmxmy nf-idVirte in Kuhji'ih
pn'cinM, :Vid ;na onl teiuixi-'Aillv absent on
busiucs,allddo not InKiuocto ebaitge m
! resbleiH-6. irAXIEL G. ROSS.
July nth, ltSl.
otice IS IIERI-.P.Y GIVEN THAT Hie
1.1 City Assessment roll for Isjsi. Is now in
my bauds for collection and all or said taxes
an uow due. All itersous that are hulbbtctl
fur the same may s.ni, e five iter cent, by pav
ing said taxe ltcfnre AneiLst 11. l.ssi.
W. E. DEMENT.
Cl-iIXwtd Cdy Treasurer.
13 IDS WILL 15E lfLTTJtN'ED RY THE
JL uiidcrslgiiLnt lhelliV of IVrgmaii
& Rcrr) -in AstDrii. unTAr.l23, Uj. at ID '
o clooK 4.M.. wneiuuevcwill
the eftcbslon ofttljtf laK-"jiY 1mm FKtnU
to a ptuiit 700 to liyTect alMe. Work to lie
sliiilfirtjo that already constructed. Bids
iniiU stlue the price per foot. The prhllege
of meeting an or all bids Is resened.
A. W. BERRY.
Dciwty Supervisor Road District Xo. 1.
tr i HATiTii ri nnnnmr
Milb-AUO U. UltUOJU.!
Iron Pipe and Fittings.
uooas ano ioois,
n t r
SHEET LEAD STRIP
i cAn i
SHEET IhWTINAND COPPER,
Stoves, Tin Ware and House
JOBBING IN SHEET IRON. TIN, COP
PER, PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING
Done with neatness and dispatch.
None but llrst class workmen oini-loyed.
A large assortment of
Constantly on baud.
IME. B. KANT,
Pianos and Organs
Of all makes coutantI on band. Also a
full stock of
VIOLINS. GU1TABS, BANJOS, AC
CO RDEONS. CONCERTINAS.
Alo a latjje stick of the best of
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS,
AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
As well a eventliiiiK i'm belonging to a
First Class 3Iiisic .SSirc.
Ptnuiisaud Orau- sold isu tlte monthly in
stidlment p!:iu orfcr rent.
CARL ADLER'S BOOK STORE.
Tlie largest stock of
Blank Books and Stationery
Of eer deeriitIon.
S-1hm1 lUxtks. Itildcs. l'oetle:iI
Works. Album and
IU-.lil -t full ntul fotmilt'lt'
5r4lMk of eeryt!iiug usually
9tsfiJ' Kent in a well rrimlatcd lltwilc
Store. Alo news demd and agency for
eery p:iK'r and criodlc:tl published.
CARL ADLER'S VARIETY STORE
egg Watclie. Clocks and Jewelry,
jsn I'iK-kc-t and Table Cutlery,
ifcl M Yankee Xirtlon and Toys,
Jr tjL IVture Frames and Chromos.
SiVjiIk'iy Carriage, a complete
it. At ... ""nvMirUneiit. Archery, etc.
. X'cwcimmI 1 eery steamer. The public
are Iinltvd to eainiiH my stock and prices.
CI I KX AMI'S ST., - ASTOKIA, OREGON.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
AlEGLEU & WKiiJUX. Proi.riotors.
miiK i'KOl'KIETOKS AlIE IlArTY TO
JL anuimiice that the above hotel has been
rcirrdntcdaiid refiiruihetl. adding greatly to
the comfort of it guests and is now the best
hotel north of San Francisco.
c. w. knowlks. al zrEiiKn.
PORTLAND. - - - OREGON
ZIEBER & KN0YLES, Proprietors.
Free coach to ami from the house.
t55-TiiK Daha Astokian is oh file at the
(lan'inhm lhKel reailinK rmmi.
Pioneer Restaurant Hotel.
milKTRAVLLtXC I'lRLlC WILL FIXD
JL l lie Pioneer Hra ii:ts in ::ll respects. and
a .share rf ll:-lr KUnmat- K n-secl fully
2?lVaidail bxlgingb) t'teila) or week.
! Fail Wind Colli-i- Saloon
WATER S-l REE1. ASTORIA.
Nel ibrt-lo Dr. KIiimVs.
I'onVr. Tea mid i'hneolnte. with
fake. 10 CVnts.
liop- ool.e! to Oeder.
Fine 4VInes. Jjlqunr-s aiut Ci-cnr
Having just oiened Uh- hImic i-s1hI111i-nient
wecordhitl) Invite mir rrH-udsand the
public generalU to give ik a trial.
.V.-H FOAUDS. EYANSON.
ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS
CIIE.NAMCS STKEKT. ASTOICIA.
rwffi. iviinili.vpi iw lf iti?iii nn
i ..im.-iii,.!. tn th..
Ladies and Gentlemen of this City
j That be Is uow preimred to furnish for them.
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Ladies and Gent's Oyster Saloen:
ROSCOE DIXOX, Proprietor
S. AUNDT & FERCBEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
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I Boiler Shop
All kind s of
Promnlly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
j CANNERY DIES,
NEAR KINNEY'S ASTORIA FISHERY.
' Piles for Sale.
Mr. A. Ii. McMillan is prepared to furnish
Fir or Hemlock Piles
. IN ANY AMOUNT TO ORDER. AND ON
' SHORT NOTICE.
I Ieave orders at the store of Trenchard &
j U'felmr, Astoria.
Or address, A.R.McMILLAX.
j OIney. Oregon.
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TALK IS CHEAP BOYS !l
Money to Buy Whisky !j
It Also Beqires Money to Pay Expenses.
I cannot sell Goods AT COST and pay expenses, but
1 1 CAJV AND WILL I
Than certain Chatham Street Style of Merchants,
come before the public in flaming- advertise
ments only for the purpose of
Notwithstanding the fact of
since my arrival in Astoria, I have nearly doubled
my sales, which has only been attained
BY SQUARE DEALING.
RECEIVED BY EVERY STEAMER.
Remember the Place, the Old and Reliable
ONE PRICE I X L
DBY MODS ANB htTBfflG EQWBM
Main Street, near Parker House, Astoria.
C. H. COOPER,
The Boss Coffee and Tea Pot
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TWO DOORS EAST OF OCCIDENT, - - ASTORIA, OREGON.
jTUENITTTBE SS bedding
AND DKALEIl IN-
Garpets, Oil Cloth,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains,
a i r
IS SUPERIOR TO MOST, AND IS
"tt-ft fr i&ria!
JOHN HAHN, - - PROPKIETOK.
CHENAHUS STREET, - ASTORIA, OREGON.
gg-Ordcrs lclt at the GERMANIA BEER HALL will be promptly attended to."Ja
ffl. MEYER Proprietor.
HAVING EVERY FACILITY FOR
tide, I am now prepared to farms
AT 30 CEXTS IEi: AIjLOX
rFamUte3 andkeopors of public houses
M. MEYER. Proprietor
First Class Saloon,
CHICAGO BREWERY DEPOT,
On the Roadway, opposite the Oregon Rail
way and Navigation Co's wharf.
The choicest brands of foreign and domestic
yjJe8t Chicago JBecr.-5a
John Rogers, Central Market,
Has received a large invoice of
BARRELS AND HALT BAPJIELS
of the best quality.
And is now ready to supply Butchers Can
neries and all others, cheap for cash.
A SWEEPING REDUCTION
Made on the choicest and bet assortment of -"
JIENS. YOUTHS AM) BOYS OLOTHM0
Alse: The Finest Suits Made to Order andAarranted;'
this bein the dullest
MAY BE HAD OF
AImi. Ajieut for i lie eelebnited
Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Picture Frames and Moulding
A2ID CURTAIN POLES
in ever) branch.
EXCELLFD 15 NONE ON THIS COAST
HE MANUFACTURE OF A 1 liST CLASS AR
tbo public with the finest quality, for cash.
AT $1 no pnt DOZEit.
promptly and regularly supplied.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
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Orders left at the Occident Hotel, or at my
Warehouse, foot of Benton Street, promptly
T.IME, SAND, BRICK, PLASTER, LATH,
-" Cement, and all materials In my line,
furnished to order.
f3-Speclal attention paid to Furnace workn
and Ranges. Cistern work warranted good
or no pay.
ea-Agent San Juan and New Tacoma Lime.
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