The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883, October 26, 1881, Image 1

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.Vstoria. Oregon. Wednesday Morning, October 26, 1881.
Vol. XVI.
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TR ANSFORTATION.
A correspondent of the AVilla
mette Parmer, who sijns himself
"Transportation Student,'' lias the
following to say on the question
that now affects the general pros
perity of the. whole Northwest.
Reproducing it in this manner is
sufficient evidence of our endorse enderse
ment: In this letter T propose to
consider the public improvements
required to reduce the cost of
transportation and the advantages
we may expect to result from
those improvements to farmers of
Oretron and the Columbia river
basin. The first in order, since we
must consider Great Hritain as our
great market for our staple pro
duct, is the tianspoitation between
the Columbia river and Europe.
This now amounts at this writing
to about sixtv-three cents per
here and Riiirojie would not be
.. . '. 1- t .1
nnih h. Nnn h raiip.isco and the
.-, , , - .I. r :
Columbia river could be supplied s
the Horn by sail vessels
,- sail vessels. And
here is a scarcity of !
Eastern states and j
again, when the
crops in the
Eu
shijj
disco
..r. .l.rk Rivi -r f.i, nnn n.,1 I
A - ' !
yet the steamer cargo would a r-J
n in i.iig.a.m m.it..c t. i,At ,
harvest The Panama canal work I
u.irebi. im. aiirtiii.i .iui uik
is prqgressiiig linely, and its pro
prietors'now'feel confident that it
will be completed in four years
instead of six years, as first pro-
Poseii-
In order that the cost of trans-1
hncha If 1 iArv hioll lkoe!lllP i X ' '. I 1. ..! 1. 't .il K ..
of a temporary scarcity of vessels 1 whl(h " llM t1"' .,.,.,,-, jmd .. " his wile, was prbstrAted In an inte'rmi,: l
- -n -r ir i i .1 ' tion on wheat, sav .seven to ten In"&" .sim,u. . lent fever. from which she was Heed b
in the Pacific, if we now hail the j ' - There are a number of woris -thoiue ofthejnative remedx. the IVru-
. ,. ..,i ,,a iUn o,i iPnts a bushel, on the average,! vian bark, r.jas it was called in the
isthmus canal completed the ad- .' . . - , Qnvn i t ,m - ;t. wlneh .-ill Hh i.m.m.rtiL.M,n'-i)M; ,.,-
l4tni4l. .. .. . ...,.. .. ...-. ... . . I SI'VITH 1 111 IIS llllllliril. -"llilliril. - i...a,i. tt. l..k.i l. lirni "I'lii. f'.iiiiili...
vantage of ,,nc,, I vo -P - ! foow Mo, , , ...ririii-M.
lptfpr sneli liio-Il Kites between ' 1 ... .. ...,I. r .. I1 1...I ' Minnlr in Snnin. whern it vns l.i-nun
- "- rs
it a : ,u. ... !.-,. ...u::. tionais per uui in iim:i uvi"iu. . . . uieuamiiiiiT ear.s. &eienee nas uiven
with steamers 111 thirty das whicn 1 looking up the new word "ensi- us noUiii.- to take itfj place. It cnVcJu-
wn.ild enrrv the rrain tolMironet ll,e lhthn,usc:,nal ,stl,I,a,OU,i v . . i ' r ' ally cures n morbid uppclite for Mimu
wouKl c.irr tin, gram to j.urope j lage, not vet in tins dictionaries, i..,:, i,Vie.storlii" the natiiml lone of
. well enonii. It doe.s not ask nelpi ' . !. ' . ioriii im uaiur.u toin 01
at ten cents per bushel less than i . i i. i to find that previous to its : iven- IheMimiach. tatta;ks excessive love
. ,- c 1 nor subsidy, only to be let alone of Inpioras it iloe.sa fever, ami destrovs
now carried from fcan V rancisco or -" - t,on t,ere WJ1S no wor(j , t,e both alike. TheSpowerful tonic virtue
Portknd bv siil vessels Our ! -v ,ir government. . . of the CJnchomt, is preserved in the
lortiand ! sail esseis. wur knglish or Irench languagftbegin-, j'eruviau 1 Jitter. which are. as enVetive
grain and flour could at all times improVement of the Columbia. ' ning with what appeared 10 be sola?ain malnrlnl' fever to-da as thev
, , - . , e .1 -rj -t. . ; r - -- a l 'Weio in the days of the old Spanish
oe carried trom .the lacitic coast vm.f.v ; .. u,u,t ,,Vn natural a combination of letters fist Viceroys. We. guarantee the in-'redi-
ehpnnpr bv steamer than -iround Asioi.ian is a stout ailvo-, -.--,.,, . , cuts of these bitters to be alwumtelj
cheaper Hy steamer man arounu . e . favnr of a frP0 riVPr. lt.ltensi." In Latin there is onlv , ,,ure. and of the best known iiuaiih.
rope as at present, we could a.mi 1L.n,sn w: ,us M l""ar!1 -reManclieiM .'reams ami Opm Cara
1 l i Mmt 1'ivpr mm p ii:ivio-.ililo in their liieN at the Astoria Caudv I actorx.
by steamer from San Fran-., ltU of which is com. . -
.T. .- . . . . . . " IMiiiii'i I T'ltifl ! fri'sli iii.-wl.) nvori
or the LolumDia river as late mehdable atld cannot be too ,iav. at the Astoria Candy Faelorv.
portation may be further reduced,! by 300,000 square miles in-'
the Columbia river bar must .lu-bUed now by 250 000 persons,
,
improved, bv scouriiiff or other-h.
wise, so that the largest vessels !
may enter and dei
epart safely and
without delay. It may .seem un-
necessary for Hie to state, that it i
,ai ior KiB xo .sutie. u.ai vl is ,,-j a desired. The ob-
auy for the vesse winch .slniclionS aw ; tll(. Illiddft , ,
ithe grain to enter the nver. upper river. The bars of the
necessary
cai ries
in order to be loaded. We ate
not yet acquainted with any
means by which vessels1 cargoes
jans by which vessels carg-oes
u be loaded into them while the
can
the improvement of the bar would
not be so important. But at
present the size of vessels we can
employ in carrying our grain is
restricted to that which can cross I
the Columbia bar safely at high
tide. This " draft of vessels at
present is twenty-three feel. This
depth admits of large vessels, it
is true, but not so larcre as we
- i i
nan i in uiui;i luiiatiiuui uiuuui'Ui
carried to Europe the cheapest.
"We should have four to six feet j
more water on the bar to allow the
deepest vessels which load at San
Francisco to load in the Columbia
river. The distance that is to
be deepened on the bar is less
than a mile and a half. Would it
not be well to hare the assistance
of James B. Eads of St. Louis,
who has achieved such a great suc
cess at the mouth of the Missis
sippi, in this important work.
From what is already written
you may anticipate that I believe
the improvement of the Columbia
river above its mouth is of secon
dary -importance. So do, and
because thebarges that do not re
quire any deeper water than we
now have in the Columbia can
vessels are outsme-oi tue.LrOium- its permanent improvement i.s im- reiier in asinma, inoneinus. coughs,
bia river bar cheaply and safely. possible, and its temporary im- sjn!,(.r'an(l )ul,Ue VCixkor are subject pro
If any such means were known Provemenl more than doubtful, to." For thirty vcars lirown'.s bronehia'l ,'
" i i i..ii ix.nT-.i .. .,.... .....;..(,. ... i roc lies nave oeen iecoiiiiiienoen uv
I carry our crai:i from Portland, '
Cascades or The Dalles to the! everr one willing to Me the truth.
, - ' .' , i- i i-i i
mouth of the river to be put invit looks a little like jealousy to
j i.: ..!.... ; m I l. l .,f.1 eiflt..ioi.t.
Hie UVeiJ SUlJs, U3 IJtilJJ. II nui
cheaper, than largo vessels can ,
carry it by going- up the Columbia
for it.
Next, tlie
tovement of thel-
fioirrlit nfin lw ivitrip.fi :i5 niu linlfi
. f . rA , i ..
ot tne preseni nues proiuaoiy lruiu
nil .-.i-t.c- Kalrttt' -nwl l nflllltlr 'I'lift I
till iiifjiho Hl. III"! ! ."i,
- i
I .xcnnAaL ., fllH oniUI IMIOl 1 fill flf . J" - I . , . .... ...
YT , i ! longing to it, viz: -'Coffee-kaugh-1 v,Wf ""' ''"'"
the lock, there, is equal in im-j ., TiemoIlcwIaM umJ Afu-r thi.date.lhe.e will he mnnore
nortance to the improvement 01 ' . , , " , . . jsmun Francisco beer -Mild at the
', , . ... , , c i I and you have al-o their svniphi-Mint Saioon. Xothiiig but Jlike Myers
the Columbia river bar. After t lie . M- ,.,.ebnited A.storia I'.rewerv Iieer will
,1;. f ibr. lf.f.L- n-,in iiid I M,c wor"S "Ay "aye, "eye jM. kupL opposite the Oieg'on Kail way
completion of the lock, gi.tin and , , aM vigatlonfcoinpanys dock.
Dalles, and one hair the work will "" 4r ",' fc" ,,ua ""." I K;ni while I am ioM-iit rniin tlu eity
i i t ,i i- r .f II ,i properties,. It is sileut as niiaiMany orderslleft with linn f.r the
be done for the relief 01 all the;' l ' (VIebi-atcd(-IiIcagoi;rerwillbepinuipt-
.... ,, .i ,,. "plough, or lironounced bice "H ' l attended to. .I.stkai -.
settlements along the t olnmbia l . ' . 1, . . , Aenl foiO-u.and W.T.
, . . -i . i.. , as in "tough. It also seem!? to ., s ... ori..r rnl. iu...r r,,,,., ti,,.
river and Us tributaries alone. . 1, -n- ",,,,1 V ni IM.ir. ,,,m ""
. . i,ave ti,e M)WPr 0f .riving an arlu- iitrlrtiilieailijri--s: . m rs-.
To summarize, then, in my opin- ' Care AxTuXjl'.im.oii, Astoria. mi.
if 1
lOU our energies should be con-
cent rated in obtaining the im-
1l 1 .1. . ,,.fr r 4....,r-..-o
j '
'tion some seven and a half cents
i
per bushel on wheal, ami manv
t ' . -
wan(s t,(, Columbia oponed to I
steamboat and barge navigation'
from the British line to the mouth,
cti'Miiflv ltrnrml 'I'll ntilrn.iflc Tin
J .i" i -l t .i
ng to the men building them;;
the sea.
lt.i, tut; uvci.t mill iiiu iurvt-M v t .
th(j (l The latter are a con-
. i i i i . . i
stant check upon the greed ol the
former, as a protection to the peo-'
pie they are invaluable. The Co-
1 I.!-. ...! ;i . . .U....Tn . I....... ..
mm. i a ami u.s iwM.iuwit-a u.i.t- .1
length, said to De available lor
! navigation, by the building of locks ,
and removal of rocks, , 100 miles,
itni nines,
presented
and to drain a rerion lepresented
and to ne innaimen a century
i , . .i... inorin.
000.' This gteat country and .l.i
people have claims upon the nation
"t cannot be disregarded. The
watercourses referred in 5-hnuld
lower river can be attended to by J
the people of Portland, win,
chieflv concerned and whose mil-
Honslp 1(1 ti,oreoiK As for tho ,
,vir nr L lliniI,i. nr (d.nnl,;., -
par at ttie inouin oi tne Columbia
.... i ,iTi-tiAt'WAtii ii iiii i omnium ii:ii
! 1 M . .. A .1 r..:.l.J CVIIIH'I rilllllVr "
., .. ,V phv.sicians, and always gie ierfect t
the matter no more lioveniment'tniufneMmi. iiaihi.r iieen teste.i t.e'
money should be squandered there, i
Appropriations should be applied
where they will do the mo.st pernia-'
jnentgood. This is the position !
taken by congress and by every
body outside of Portland, the
people of which want no work
done other than upon the "par, or
where it will inure to their, exclu-
Isive benefit. Seattle fort Tntclli-
(fencer.
Our Puget Sound contemporary
epitomizes the demands of this,
paper very fairly; but we think is'
totally unfair in its remarks about'
the Columbia bar. In saying uits
permanent improvement is impos
sible, and its temporary improve
ment more than doubtful," it 1
simply expresses an obsolete, idea
that has been proved false by re-.
pcated reports of men competent)
to judge. The remark about
"squandering" more money implies
that money has already been
"squandered" at this point. "Will
the Post-Intelligencer give one
instance where a doliar has been
"squandered' here? 'if it were a
waste of money to make appropria
tions for this work, tne strictures
would be timely and deserved, but
in the light of i'ucU so patent to
liiunv..i - ,n uu.iiiuiii..
j Anomalies in Spelling. j n i-j all nothing. Farts move that 1 1
1 nn.. uwil in tho Fno-llh l-iii- kfep the best beer in Astoria, the reuu-
Urn-wont in the l.nglisli J.m larAmnv jM.r. Also the genuine Al-
! iruaire can be spelled nlioneticallvjhauy Uottled IJeer kepi always mi hand.
I H'lflinnt itviiwi- ' inir n Inllr.r liO- - . ""
lffll V. t , .11. llll IV ! w.i...- w
words embraced in the .same cate-
'im, tQ ;...,i i;i.m 1...0 .,...,i;..
.11111 IJIUIIIIIIUIUIK'U ! iiic- tuui-
' .....
........ ..........a..4..'l.i .. 4 m. A..l
pound "on preceding it, which is
pronounced differently in the'
one "abstemiously., ( an ;m3' ' '
1 .". .10"
your readers gn e the others.
J, i
Ensis (a sword) and its derivations. '
Boston transcript. 1
.
Cocoanut Caramels, fresh tlay, at '
ti.eAMoria Candy Faeion. !
-Fresh lard, of their own nmnufao
ture. at arren & Eaton .
p. Wilhelm, iioss saloon. oppesiiB:
the Clarendon hotel.- 1'ortland. Oregon, j
"
itr..lolm Itoijersof the. Cmitral Mar-
ker, has made arrangements to keep all
"' f'"4' f fish, etc., in their ncxsqii
just
v lill(.11Hi1i inr ..f iit..rn nvsi-.s,.
justauived bv the Slate, of California
jjjnm Smith's Oyster Saloon. Main
Jiic i'eruiansvniniias earcu tium
ands who were siffferuur from dvsnen
&&
let free to any address. SethW. Fowl
i-Sous. ltosjon.
A a mild, but effectual Iaalie.as
a wire but sure tonic, blood purifier ami
g-enl agKffi-lSSK " ,'i
- - -
A cough, cold or sore throat .should be
J1!
tinn. Hiowmi's Itrouebt'.il t.-oebes do not
disorder the stomach like cough syrups
ud h'M- but aet.duccth on the in-,
Uamed parts. alla.ing irritation. gie
wide and cojislant use. for nearly an en-5
f cnAinni i.niiurn .fi .lti
-g YlnT'almhiYhe 't&ntuiut ' .
remedies of the age. Sold at ." cenLs a
tMX every w here. .
Nfc STOMACH &
SITTERS
Diminished Vizor
Is reinilmreil in great measure, to ttiOae
troubled with weak kidneys, by a judicious
use of Hosteiter's Stomach Uitten. which
Invigorates ami .stimulates without ejccitln
the urinary organs, lu conjunction with its
Influence upon them, it corrects acidltv. Im
proves appetite, aud is In every way con
ducive to health and none repose. An
other muked quality is its control over
fever and ague, and Its power of preventing
It. For sale by all druggists and dralers
genenUlav.
UOSTETTFRV
-"" BnRiu lm
4n Sw- '
0-VeN-PB fr P
fppr f :5-liJHiigat.
.r- -.-, - &Ki
f!frG2,Kk1K 53
iaPflppi3PiSlllT
lBRiSiiv
Wanted.
A wmiiun to do awiurai Housework:,
small laiuily. Will ntveun month. .
,, Pmr.ir Condit. ;
ivt "' ' -ipanoii, On'on.
What ! ail Thin Abnut?
.ir. .viiiiui Jii.ioii !, my :tmnurieu
l'r avian Hitter
Cinchona Rubra
The Count (Jiuchoii was the .Spanish
ilttrl.il - rif t. tiOHWi titiftl t till iillt
alll il Cinchona, in honor of the lady
who had broushlthem Hint which was
m0JV ,,m.m,5 than lIie ftoIll of llw ,nra-.
To this day.-after a lapse of two huu-
. nure. and of the le.sl known oualit
I A trial will satisfy vou that this is the
titMU'riS. ' -t he mooof
the puddinj: is in the eatimj.'' ami we
willingly abide tt!iti (est. For sale by
all drti"j'l.sLs. 5roce"fs'nd luiuor dealers.
-. Order il.
MISCELLAXEOUS.
.. . ,,,.,. . ,.,.. ... ,.
MA(tI IS G. ( ROSBY
Praler in
i . - . . .
H AKliW AnH. K IN Js H H. ,
HiJ-lU 1! iiAJ. , 1HU11, OlJbJbJj,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
'DlliiiihQPD nurl Otnoiii TPittoro
lUlHUulu Q1IU UluUUl illlulu
Goods and Tools,
LEAD STRIP LEAD,
j
SHEET IRON TIN AND COPPER,
CaBllBWaDll HShBIMBllS SOBllliES
uuniiuij uuu l nmuiiiiuiiii uuJiiua
Stoves, Tin Ware and House
Fumisbinn Goods
r urillbmiiy UUUUb.
JOBBING IN SHEET IRON, TIN. COP-
PLUMBING unci STEAM FITTING
' '
.
Nim lml rttst class woikincn ciniiloycd.
SCALES
Cniistautly on luiml
"FOE, SALE:
j thk wki.i. rsTAi:i.isnr.i
Icon aul Sleel. l.anlwnee. Iipe,
Hi'nsjj mid I'lumbinr ooiIk.
Slove ami Tinware Hnsi-
neNH ol"
MAGNUS C. CROSBY..
Toan one dc-itottN of cuti riii I hi burners,
no lirtler elmnce can be found ; inide m
ereiiMuall the lime.
Stm-U aiiioiiut if -"7,t00.
Appij i m c.i s c. rr.osi; . ,,
Asjoria, t)r;m.
Wasliington Market,
Main Street, - - Astoria Orr.ynu
RfiSI'SOTKULLY CALL TMK ATTKV
turn of tlio iiublie to tbo fact that the
abuTb Market will alway busuM.llod with a
VVU. VA WKTY UKs-r QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED-N1EATS!
.h.i11 e'.,d. at loweit rated. whrt!iIe
-odrauil. Special attention tdveu tosuppli-
ia,wi.i.i-v. i
-
Xotlee
I-'uniifhtMl Itoouix to Let
At .Mrs. M union's lodging house.
Take STotiee.
I On after this date an additional 10 1
rents jkt cord will be charged on all
onlerAr SetHvrKHl'iiot accompanied
h the ea-h.at Cm;.- wood yard. .Inly
im. l.xai.
" - -
.otiee to the Laities.
Swilehes. einls and frizzes made from
combings or eat hair. Call on or ad
dress Vm. Itiii.kxiiai:t,
Oeeideui hair dre-sin saloon,
Astoria. Oregon
l!a.:erii Oyster..
Another line lot of Eastern Oysters
jur received at Kocoes. jer steamer
Oregon. Oeeident block.
ISrIek: ttriek! Krlek!
1 haeou hand a larue amount of hnek
for sale at fioni ." to ."nS per thousand, j
trail am: examine, near Astoria eeme
leiy. .loitx WiI.T.l mo.
'lioiee Valley Fruit.
..... A 7 4 i.N'KAi: KINXIA'S ASroKlA FISHERY.
Capt.. I. II. 1). Cra has just leecivedi .. . .
a choice Ji.l ot pears ami apples, iresh
from IheorcJianls of I'olk and Marion
counties, which will be sold in lots to
suit purchasers.
Sherman Itros. rlxpre
Will receive orders at the store or 1.
Y. Case fur upper Astmia or any other
part of theeitj. Leave your orders on
the slate and "they will be promptly at
tended io.
Yl'illtaniHiort I'roprrtj".
(Jieat bargains an; now offered in the
cil of Williamsport for any persons
wishin, in locate from one lot to five
acre.s. It is well adapted for gaiilcii.
dairy ranches or nleasant hemes: well
elevated, silualeu one mile south of
Astoria on Vomits baj. with a irood
graded mad to the place. For fuither
informaliou call at ni- residence near
theeeiueten. John Wir.i.i.wiso.v.
Xoriiinr Slioet ol I'liiuiMtnUable
Beiiellts
Con fen ed upon tens of thousands of
.snlicrers eoiilu originate, and maintain
the reputation which AykssSai:saia
uii.i. enj(i. It is a compound ot the
best cjictable alteratives, with the
Iodides of Potassium and Irou. and is
I he most effectual of all remedies for
scrofulous, mercurial. or blood disorders.
Uniformly .successful and certain in its
remedial effects, it produces rapid and
complete cures of sicriifiila. Sines, lloils.
ilumois. Pimples, Kruptioiis. Skin l)is-
eases and all disorders rising from im
purity of the blood. P. its iiiigorating
elTci-ts it alwny.s relieves and often cures
Liver Complaints. Female Weaknesses
and Iriemilaiilics. and is a potent re
newer ol italil.. For purifying the
blood ii lets no equal. It tones tip the
system, restores and -pieserves the
health, ami impaits igor and energy.
For fort j eai it has been in extensive
use. and is to-day the most available
medicine for the snfferiiig sick, anv
where.
Fours u.k v. am, 1)i:ai.kks.
MI?('KLLANEOUS.
YOU Whb fifflflj
TMK
FINEST ANll REST LINE
ur
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Th hiU'st anil finest of
)h:j-xs am c .v-s.
Theiiiiiit .-.uuplete assortment i.f
Foiciyn, Domestic Cloths and Onssimerea
At th liiws! tiKirk.'S prh'eMit
M- . KANT'S,
Meien.iul Tailors Hstablisbment.
i Main Street. AMonn.
'- i
,;en3uai market.
; i.
.Ceiumil 3orlnienl of table stoek constantly
; K ' . oiiiUir.ol. sueli as
Camiod Fruits and .lolly,
Bacon. Hams. Shoulders, Lard,
i:i;:k. mi'miit. ciniKsr.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
risif. i'oin.TRY asi c.m.iif
hi th.' se:ison.
';. IKS IX l TIU(TO.
Hi-Nt r WI1X AM) I.K.I'OKX
All eheap fm t'All. Cmxls sold oncoiii
ifiTss,ioii. i;iiMsiTi- I. U.Cftsesstoie.
.i. kodi:ki:s.
I. K. V KS-V.
T.V.. KiToi
Astoria Market !
OlMllTIMKI'inKNT iiotk; ,
ASTORIA. - - - - OltllCOX
"IVAItitlix JL KATOX. Proprietor.
($ve'rx hi Warren & SltGuitf..
WIm-Ic.tIo and Hetnil Dealers in
Fresh and Cured Meats
A full line of
FAMILY CKOCKKIK3, FLOCK, FKF.il
HAY. I'A.N'.NKD FRUIT. VKOK-
TABLl-s. ETC.
ft-Riiltor. Iv?s. Clieeae, tt. constantly
on hand. - -
5 Ships supplied at tho lowest ratej.
MISCELLANEOUS
,S. ARNDT & FEROHEN,
ASTORIA. - ORF.OON.
1 The PiOfieer Machine ShOD
--.-
ir irKwirrii Sf j
!,''"U,M'" .W!?d:
SHOP-
ym
x: Lm
Boiler Shop
All knuN of
ENGINE, CANNERY,
AND
'STEAMBOAT WORK
I'rompUy atteuiled to.
A specialty maile of repnliint;
cannery-mrcs.
"
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Iti:vrnxSn:KRT. Xi:vi: 1'vkkrr Hoi'sk.
VSTOl.'lA. - OKKOOX.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
BOILER MAKERS.
LMDUMRINE ENGINES
Boiler Work. Steamboat Work,
and Cannery Work a specialty.
A. I. 'a.s.s. l'resident.
.1. C IlL.vri.Kn. Secretary.
I. Cask, Treasurer,
.lou.v Fox. Superintendent.
WILLIAM EDGAR,
Corner Main and Chenamus Streets,
ASTOKIA ORKflON.
DKAI.KR a
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
The Celebrated
JOSEPH RODCERS &. SONS
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GENUINE VOSTENHOLM
and other Hu.luh Cutlery.,
SY AXcarrEEVsr i
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
Genuine Meershaum Pipes, etc.
A Hue stock of
IVatrhr ami Jewelry, luxzle and
ltreeeh l.eudliis: Shot Guiih ami
It I lies. KevolverN. lMwtolH.
nuil Ammunition
.llAKIXK
Ul.ASSKH.
ALSO A KINK
Assortment or line SPrCTACLl-S nuil KYE
Ul.AS.si.
New Millinery Establishment
MRS. E. S. WARREN
Has a complete stock of
ccix,iui?-rE;RLY
at her establishment.
Comer f'.iss :uul Jeftersou .streets. Vstoiia.
j Hats. Bonnets. Dress Trimmtners.
Zephyrs, Ribbons, Etc.
SAW FRANCISCO
kj-li -d rt
JN atioiial Brewery
I "
Beer Depot.
MAX WAOXKIt.
. x ASTOKIA, oi:i:o().
AOKXT
V .
Is prejmted now to deliver beer to tits cus
tomers in the eity with lusowu eouvejanee
IT IS OUATiAXTKED THAT THIS
l:KEii iWILIi NTfEYEJ SOUK.
f'AN UK KEPT FOR ANY
LENGTH OF TIME.
I'riees per Itnrrel or Thirty
Gallon...... ..H OO
Mh. Huantities per Thirty
.'nlln 41 m
iitr " wuuuu J- u
C--Send ill vour order?.
MAX WAOXKR,
At ,,,e ftreat EBtern.
I. "W, CASE,
LMPOHTKR AND V.'HOLESALE AND RE
TAIL DEALKR IN
GENERAL MERCIAUDISE
Corner ChenamiLHand Cas.s streets.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON
: rr
BUSINESS CARDS..'
T C. LRFJ-AXB.
Office In ASTORIAX buildhis.
Room No." 2. up'-slaiH.
E.
C. HOIiDl-X. - - ? ,
NOTAKY PUBLIC,'
AITTIOXF.ER, COilMISSIOX -AND
SUBAXCS AGEXT.
T .HvlTOHH.
ilERCHAXT TAILOR,"
Occidpnl Hotel BHdin,4: .
.STORIA - - - - ORSeOH
WRK. K. A. (OBffLV,
DJIESS 3t AKI-gTaSP SEliYItfG.
CHEXAMUS ST., ASTORIA
Opjioslte Mrs. Mnnson's Lodglns House.
jfta-Cuttlng and fitting, and gaper patterns
rom measurement.
P.T.nARCUVV. . T.HHATCH.
HATCH L BARCLAY,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 10 California St., San Francisco, Cat.
DK.:
. If. D. JF.XMXUSt.
i
PHYSICIAN AKD SUllQEON.
Graduate Unlvexsity oL-YIrsdala. isas
Physician to Bay View no'spUaf, Bulltoorr
City, 13C9-T0.
Omen-In Page Si Allen's building, uv
stairs, Astoria,
jLi CBAXH.M.Dh
"physician andsurgeon,
f
Knaut Xe. 3. Astetla'a Baildiias.
(L'P STAIRS.)
Kksidfxck Corner ot Benton and Court
streets. Astoria. Ore?on
4t- JL , i .
JAY TU TTIK; M. .
FHYSICIAX ANDvaUKQEb
Okkior Over the WhltV House Stcre.
Kksiokxce Next door to Mrs. Muasou ,
boardlnj; house, Chenamm street, Aston
Oregon.
PKNTIST,
ASTOKIA, - -. j"! - OJRta.
Eoouis lu Alieu's bulldlSg up stairs, cortit
of Ca.vsmid Siemocqae3treet-.
J.Q
. A. BOWLBY.s
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Chea-nias Street. - ASTOKIA. 0UH
C XV. FUI.TOX.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTOKIA - - . - OEUSOt.N
Ofrtce over rage & Allen'- store, Cass tre.x
Q II. BAIS Ut CO., -
IKAI-tE; IV
MoerM, Window. JUI-ula, Tra
Mes8, li-r, Kte.
All kinds of Oak Lumber, Glass, Hoot -terlal,
etc.
Steam Mill near Weston hotel.. Cor. Oe
evive aud Ast or streets.
WILLIAM FRY,
PRACTICAL
BOOT AXD SHOE
MAKKR.
Curn'amuh Stkkkt, oppo&lte AdIerA Bool
.store, - ASTOKIA. Okkoox.
tT Perfect flti guaranteed. All wwi
warranted. Che ine a trial. AU orun
promptly 13lle:.
-.. k. XJINT-.
dealer Jn
rAHII.Y SKOCElllE89
?i VIT.S. MUS. FEED ANO HAY
Cash paid for country produce. Small
profits on cash, sales. A-stonfl, Oregon, cor
ner of Main aud Squeuiocqhe ntrtetk.
.1. H. D.;GBAY,
Wholesale and retail dealer in.
ALL KIXD8 OF FEED,
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wwl, Etc.
Oener.il ton;e-and Wharfage on reason
able terms. Foot of Benton street. Asterht
Orenn.
Lot and ImproTmtiti ftr Salt.
LOT KIGHT, IN BLOCX BEVBXTY
five iu Olnej 8 Astoria, together Tfitli
A Ciooil Hen He aad. W-fee4
roR
MF. lIi:XDKK9 ei.LAJUt.
For pailleulara Inquire fit
M. SERRA or YT.H. T WI UQHT.
Astorur. July 11, 1831.
m rt O A YITT TTWQ
-- vT LL L TT 1 i 1 1 " -T-ij
Wiolesale and retail dealer in
l)ALTFORNTA P RUITS.
'
I i
fCyeidDiBS'. CiU
Fresh Fruit and Vgtabl
ON HAND EVERY DAY.
Main street, opposite Loebs clothing store.
Wanted.
1 AAA WIJNDS RAGSOFaUs
JLtM-rvAi clean and dry, at the Uabrn
shop. Main street, by
. j. joruh.
-rBuy a copy .of The "We.i.t As
tokiaj? to-day.
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