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ASTORIA, OREGON, THURSDAY,. MA V J 5, 1384.
PRICE, FIVE GENTS.
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SHOIiTT BYER-ON'S TAME REAR.
A Painful Tiesuit of rorgetfslEe- on ihe
Parr of Sol il. Landlord I
"A oo J mam tolls Uuiils. when i
the sSebhcrtv r.er?'ja for the fu'
time, tnat some uirna or other lie
must ha' ben a layin' in the saw mill
whar the log had orter ben, with the
mill a-goin' full pplit; but tfcnt ain't
it," said Old Sol, landlord of the tav
ern at" Soi's Bidge. Shorty Byerso:i
had just gone out There -was noth
ing remarkable about his appearance
except that he Tras less than five feet
high, and that eve: square inch of
one side of his face was a soar.
" '"No. that want if said old Sol.
".You see, goin' onler five year ago I j
liad-a tame b ar, an kep him chained
to -that pole out thar in the road.
Him an'. Shorty was p'tieidar good
friends.Tmd when Shorty waV doia'
nothin', which were gener'ly from
daylight one moinin' till tlajligltt
aex mornin', countin' in Sundays, he
war out thar foohn with that b ar. I
Thev'd cuddle down together an' go j
to sleep, Shorty an' the b'&r would,
jes' as nat'ral Vif they were both
b'ars, an' it got so that if Shorty hap
pen'd to be 'way, fur ten minutes Hie
b'ar 'd get po o'neasy that you coul J
Vionr Viim lipllfir lilrp n li.iliv nil 'romiil
the Ridge. Shorty larn't the b'ar :i '
heap o' smart tricks, an' busmecf
tne b ar 'a give.
that b'ar so he'd
"?? "iu,:u "ll". i v. ""..., discussed?"
outsail out a-A,atenin biot pamn t rt is wheMier the osv
TUfm, arJ4ronB" ?V1 ?Ve i , u' . "arse like lnself shall
"The thing that tickled em most own hav or )U'V u abroad,
was the boxm' matches Shorty an 4.T?,.n,. Tnn u,.. ,
jtan no an'
.... a i ij T !
on 'em. That b'ar w ur a liarvcst for ,
Shorty, fur ev'rjboiV ihai i come
long anaiiocau ruon:. an ooio-
-.. 1.1 ! 1 11 Ol I, 1 -
on Shorty named the b'ar Solomon !
'causa he kiow'd so tcr'ble much- ,
wunimezMirai(Biiu',m .'hou to spent! vonr time grazing on
if twan't a sight good nr a lifeamo to , the commons." '
see 'em stan' thar an b . at one ut
another ez if they w.i- p J. 'n' iiir Moiier is it right for a I)eKJOU to
money an' the stakes w w up .,oth- irv to mak'e n ou 1)elievo somo.
er thing that uet; i y u.e ) wllill Lfi doesn-t MoTOr -'Xo,
was the way that bar j .ti iulcrROa. -v.'ell, then, vhv do you try
the tavern with St.oriy wicneyer o makp m0 ,Jolkve j rf bt when
any one invited him to iA- hiimpin , j oue rin the lloor bell to ( aud
an stan' thar JonB-,i o.nman ' 8S ut the window and hee tyIio it
hisglasso'rumez goul ez the bos; 1 , .f ,, - , , - h ell
they'd all call Shorty and Solomon in j ' ' " -.
to hav' sunipin.' Cons'kene." mi that This is the figurative way in which
Shorty and the b'ar had tnor wuth-' the Chicago InUr-Occaii anticipates
less skins full pooty much all the j the Elaine perfoimanco at the Chi
time. They got to be the hardost ' c.:go race: "The Blaine racor seems
drinkers on the .Ridge, an' lusteysay to have burst his ham-string anu
that the fust thing anybody know'd jumped through the collar, and at
they both get the jams. , this junctuio it looks as though he
"Wall, "by-an'-by, Shorty and the -would go down the home-stretch pull
b'ar got to be a nuisance. I got tired ns tilc. pra?identinl wagon by the
o' seein' 'em p'formin' out thar in the beJiy-hand."
road, an' suokin' rnm, an' the hull .
town a-spendin' its time a watchiu' J There are 2,009.000 illiterate voters
'em, an' I threatened timo an' agin' to in the United States. YVhilo pros
shootjthe durn b'ar an stop the hull )oriiy smiles unon our land she may
business. But I hated to do it, an' manage this bufdeu o Ignorance;
kep' a puttin' up with it an' iakin' it ,ut Jet advorsitv come crop failures,
out in cussin'. Shorty alluz com- business prostration, panics and
menced business with the b'ar 'Jong this toniblv dangerous nower will bo
'bout daylight, an' the fust thing on ; f0lt. Let the nation' educate the
the program' wur alluz a sparrin' I masses.
match. One nice mornin' in June
Shorty came slufiin' down ez usual to i An editor in Southern California
begin the day's work. The b'ar wur j managed live different papers in the
cuddled up 'round the pole. Shortv ' last year, and the all collapsed on
.gave him a whack on the side an' :
hollers eut: 'Come, Solomon! Get
up an' put up yer flippers.' '
The b'ar got up an' put up his flip
pers. Ye see whar that paunel o
board fence is, up thar by the hen
house? "Well, Shorty were picked up
ngnt tnar. xney 1001: mm mini air j i:now we ougnt ro do. ' auu tne xi t--sewed
his face up ez good ea they unt thinks iliat would be a good
could, an' the b'ar were gono when pla'form for the democracy.
Shorty came back to the tavern tnree
weeks arterw'da. He never asked no
questions, 'cept to say, "Solomon
must ha' had the jams, didn't he;'
"Ye see the night afore the b'ai
ye, an' arter ev'ry body had gone
hum, th' were a peddler come long
to stop nil uigliu lie Jiaci a duni i
to tho pole, an' by daylight ne-v.' morn
in' Solomon rere on liis way east
An' ye see, I furgot to sen' word to
Shorty 'bout the dicker.' Netr YerJ:
Of all tho men who grew rich by
Pacific coast opportunities D. O. Mills
is, perhaps, the most unpopular. Ho
laid tho foundation of his astfoi tune
by the most grinding exactions and
'rigorous dealing with those Aiih
whom he came in contact. He started
his business career by selling lemon
ade and root beer in Sacramento.
Then ho began to loan money in small
lots to needy miners at 5 and even 10
per oent a month iut rest. He then
opened a little offioe and bought gold
dust .at ruinous shaves, and, anally,
eo great were his profits, he opened a
little bank. For twenty years he did
a banking business in Sacramento,
acoepting deposits on open account
and loaning them out at 2 and 3 per
cent, a month.
George Itfason, the grave author of
the Virginian bill of righin, one of
the "saddest and severost," of men,
had his humorous moments. "When
he was an old man he offered himself
for congress in Stafford, aud Dick
, one of his neighbors, said that
Colonel Mason was acting imprudent
ly; he was not offering himself in the
county where he resided, as the peo
ple there knew that his mind was
failing. Mason's retort was trenchant.
It was true he was old, he said, and
his mind might not be a? strong as in
former days. But Dick has one
consolation," he added, "when his
mind fails him nobody will ever dis
When Senator Palmer, of Michi
gan, go63 to New Tork and stops at
feeJFifth Avenue Hotel ho alwayo
carries a loat of graham bread in liis
"vaiobel. Before going to his meals
bbutsa couple of slices from the
loaf and puts them in his pocket
At tho table be pulls tho bread out
and has always something before him
he "can eat In his house at Detroit
hejbas a mill constructed on purpose
xtOKgrihdliis bread, and at home he
' ;3fitl3eEBr.at bread made from flour
SfiSaalat any other mill.
...In LT ,;tl, I.:, 41. 4 !.-.! i .l.l .
uKyuuiHuuiaj iiaac lieu iuueu i i'lniridplniiij, ifa . 6HV3 that he
lur, an- tne luee struck me to swap, usoti the great pain-cttro, SU
soiomon ior that o ar an' s?iu to boot. ' Oil, in his family for household
an- x um. xno new o ar v ore cnamea
Ad ics "Worth Hcrdimr.
Don't Toie for ai.y party ihatshows
iteelf to be jour enemy. Don't vote
for any party ibst So83 not give prac-
- Prf "f A5 rcainessi t&ke u?
uievxiai questions oiiiie umes, euu
carry out our will in dealing with
them. - -
Start jour own party, if there is no
one that suits you. This is a fundr
mental right of every American citi
zen. Urcct your own platform.
Yotiour own ticket. Get others
who think like yourself to join with
yon. Ifouliave sound ideas, you
will not long stand alone. The great
est of of movements have hs-1 their
origin in this way.
In an;, evea!, do not, uader any
rircumstaiii-f-., oto for any party
j thV Is run by j'our adversaries in
their own intPie3t, and ignores both
your ri2hu and your wrongs. Put
not trail ot on guard in these times
With a IJjs Moral.
Ahor-ewhoso ver.v ribs could be
counted from afar oiF, and who was
not able to travel faster than a walk,
ona day root a fat or, who asked of
"YvTiich "wayt my friend?"
"1 arn on my way to attend si gieat
"Indeeti ! hat vi the subject to b I
ers of lean
i-kii otAiTY irk
t i;v jiuuu ui. i in; imi; ah luabui iiijx
t !kAStvv j-,? KK Slrynrx TflJIei 1"1 nilxTiCA
liivu: wi liiu viizru ii LTatii j u. v t.
her vou're not in?" "Well, that's a
UUH.UUD lUIUn- V. -, -' " -
'!i a i'fl fll
., .if'i ., jiirAnf ti,;
"j . ,f f i,."f rrntiu'Tui SfntV
Y1,en ? "ct ,,oaL A eiMtt'h tatC i
his hands. He has jttit started an-!
other and named it "A?Jd hoj'ds,
because kind words can never die.
'Most of us,"' says faithew Ar
nold, ";ue x.hal we must be, not what
jv nought to be -not even what wo
TIiq question uow is, tvill Blniao
I :md Arthur be strong ouough iu tho
Chicago convention to nib each other
out and leave the field open for a
'x. T. Eevnolds. 81G Walnut Si-
dents, and in his own case for severe
neuralgia, and "I give ou" he fur
i her says "ray full belief in its great
virtues a a cure."
For lame Hack, bile or Cheat use
SliilohV porous Plastei , Price 2T ce!itc.
Tor i!e lv W. E. Dean ni.
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Lumber. Salmon Trays,
ernci: and mill, couner salmon
A'Sli CEDAR STREEfS,
A Renentl Rauking and Evclmige Busi
ness tnius'ictod. Eery fnclllty for prompt
aud satisfactory lmlncs.
Dr.ftsontheUM'ltajjc'tlOT of the United
States and Europe.
Astoria Pliotograjl Gallery,
Cor. of Ronton and Squemoqua Streets,
oiM'OMto the Court IIoilm;.
uiiumi o rEuiyiGd
A SPFCIALTY and SATISFACTION
.. B. CROW.
Xevrly Finished nooius Iu Suites
Of Tnnr.E r.oovs . suitable fob
famllit s ; the best rooms and best loca
tion in the city. I'lenty f good frch water
In the building; all tno modern Improo
ment3. Inquire or J. W. & D. H.-VELCH.
Offlca In room 1, "Welch's block, corner vost.
Eighth hihI Water streets.
THE GREAT GERMAN
JUUcrcs ftsd cens
Stztzts!, Csti, Er&Lef,
Ad til otU r ttjilij nit
Tim cn 1 Borra.
Titn. .2ir3UociJa 1L
Chs Chiriu A.7j2lr &.
EtUlaon, SiL, C.S.A.
Ilcseorration for Enfeeliled Systems
hullerins from a peneral v.aut of toue, and
Its usu.il couenmttant", dyspepsia aud ucr-Miu-iii
s-,. Ik seldom fledrablu fiom the use
of a nourKliiui; diet and stimuli of appeUto,
unaided. A medicine that Mill effict a
tr.oal ot tin-specific obstacle. t, mi i
v,cJ healt li and x& r. ttiatis :i cenulne corn cti v e.
l- the real need. It ii the pnwislon i thU
Ktattd r qutroment which makes Hostet'er's
.stomach liltters so eflecUo as an lnvicorant.
For sale by all Druguists and Dealers
FronxilicsQ sources arise Uuoe-fonrths
of the diseases of the human race. These
symptoms Indicate tholr onstence:
Xtoss or Appetite, Bowels coitlve,
Sick Headache, fullue after eat
lujf, aversion to exertion of body or
mind, Ernctatlou of food, Irrltabll
ity of temper, X.otT8piritstAfceIlBg
ii ess,FlutterIng at the Heart,Iots
before the eyes, hlpUly colored
the Liver. AsaLivormodlcineTUTT'S
1'II.I.S have no onuaL Theiractioaoa
the Kidneys and Skin is also prompt;
removing all impurities through those
three scavengers or the ssUm,"
pttxlucln appetite, eound dUjostion
rcjnilar stoola, a clear skin nnd a vig
orousbody. TCTT'S P1L.LS cause no
nausea or griping nor interfere with
daily work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
SoldeverytrlifcreSaa. OlSeo ilurravSt.N Y.
GRAYlLim ORMTHlKcnHS ehonsrod In.
Btantly to a Gtossr Black bv a singlo
application of this DTE. Sold'byDrug-
Usts.orsentby express on reoefptof U,
Offlee, 44 Murrav Street, New York.
rgrra tmnrAL or terra nsss sa fsxx.
Water! Water! Water!
Wheeler & Kipp
Plumljers, &as, and Steam Fitters
Warranted, and Estimates Given.
Iroii nnd Loud Pipe, Bath Tubs
"Water CIoselN. aud Ga
Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
A SPECIALTY Is made of Tap
ping Water Mains and Running
Water Pipes, as We have Supe
rior Facilities for doing this work
Comer Squemoqua and Hamilton Streets,
Jordan & Bozorth
The Only Exclusive
B. 2Iaic Sole Rlht (o (ho
Patent lamp Filler,
A WELL KKOWN AND ITiXn VST.
a. llslied Grocery Store on the principal
street in ine cut, ww u gooa ca3ii iraui.
and constantly increasing. Location noade
known on application at Inb-plUce.
arThl'j is a rare chance.- -
H W CELEBRATED l
IHO'S fN. hZaHA
rjzgBMm&& r YW
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTb. I
H, B. PAJRJS.F.R. Pxoj..
ASTORIA. - - OREGON.
Ai.Cl'.OSBY. -, - payQerkv
rhU. BQWEltS, J - Night CJert.
Jns; DUFFY has the Ear and BOllird room.
First Class im all Reapecta.
FREE COADH TO THE HOUSE.
XKW AND nTXL EPIPPKD
L. Serra hrw rebaiit his establishment find
is prepared to accommodate tha.trayeUa
A'good meal luniished at any hour ot the
dn or night.
The aiest Llquora and CIrris at the bar.
Two doors westUXIkA Fostert.
nSr,ta LUrai SKBBA.
Fipres Mer Lie !
0? THE CHOP HOUSE
Can iro e by his bookfl that he Ls donn? tho
big:tst huslnts of any.
In the city, and ho will gunnuttco to i7C
tn uest meat tor caw.
3Inlntrcct, Astsrla, Orczsa.
BERGM'lN t UKMMr? rSOPSlCTORs.
RESPECTFULLY. CALL THE ATTEN
tlon of rhennhUc-t the -fact thaf th
tlon of rheiJnbUc-t the -fact thaf the
above Market will always be supplied w 1th a
FULL VABIKTT AND BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS ! !
Which will ba sold nt lowest raUw. tvhole-
s.ile and retail.
CBapfcial attention giren to supplying
N. DAV1CH & CO. - - Proprietors.
Leare Your Orders lor
Fish, Game, Eggs, Butter,
VEGETABLES, ETC. -
Wc furnish 1'rovlslons. Freeh and in Good
Condition, Drt-j-ed. Thickens Veaetablep,
and Market 1'roduce of all kinds In reason.
A Fine tock of Famtlj "Wines. Liquors,
Cigan and Tobaccos.
WHERRY & COMPANY,
Fresh and Cured Meats,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITE -OCCIDENT HOTEL,
J1IF.XAMUH Mtreet. Astoria. Og
Brewery Beer Saloon.
The Best Beer 5 eta a Glass.
Hot Lunch erery Day from 10 to 12 A. M
The best of Liquors and Ctaars on hand.
A deerredly popular place of social resort.
CHAS. A. MAY,
New Store, New Stock
Tojs, Fanc Goods,
Tobacco and Cigars.
rOUKIGrf A2U UOHEbllU
A FINE ASSOETMENT.
R. M. LEATHERS
Has reopened his boat shop, over Arndt &
Ferchen's, foot of LaFajette street, and is
prepared to turn out
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
WYAH & THOMPSON.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS,
Crockery and Glassware.
UMClll iEToeca., ZEIto,
T. G. RftWLINGS,
WboJesalo and Betall Dealer In
Tropical, Domestic,. Green and Dried
MH8.-CANDIES, DWED MEATS, ETC.
Flue CiCr matt fNiccW
Next door to I. J. Arrow's, Squemoa St.
Hardware and SMp Chanfllerj
A. VAN DUSEN & CO.,
Hardware and.Ship CliairdltfY,
Binacle Oil, Cotton Canvas,
Hemp Sail Twine,
Cotton Sail Twine,
Wrought Iron Spikes,
Galvanized CJut Nails,
IPalats and Oils, Groceries, etc.
10,000 BQTTLES SOLD
Great fort(iweitefn Remedy.
These who work early and late noa.Ha
wholesome, relialde Medlcin&IIke Pfaader'n
OrepoB Blood Purifler. As a remedy an,d
prevcnlatioof dis-woa it cannot be beat.
It checks RheoBUiUam. and Malaria, relievos
CoaatlpatioB, Dyspepsia and BilleBraesa and
nuts fresh energ-.hitothesjstem by making
Sew Bleh Blood. All Tinijrists and Deal
ers kecp-it. 51.00 bottles 6 Ioc55jxx
G. H. BAIN & GO.
Doors, Windows, Blinds, Transoms
Turning, Bracket Work. -
ii 1 1 mmm
A'srpecialty, and all rork (ruaroateed.
Oak, Ash. Bay, and Walnut lumber ; Ore
Ron and Port Orlord Cedar. 1 l
All kinds of boat material oa hand.
O. H. BAIS A CO.
Wilson & Fisher, : I
Iron. Steel, Coal, Anchors, Chains,
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,'
NAILS AND SPIKES,
Shelf Hardware, Faints and Oils
FI.OUR AIflilirA FEED.
Agents for Salem Fleuring: Mills,
and Capital 'Flour. '
All rlzes. at Portland Price, in ittoek.
Corner Chenamms and Hamilton Street-.
JL ill t -k- T
Royal Brand Flour
Manufactured by the
OREGON MILLING COMPANY
Ls of Superior Quality, and is Endorsed
by all who use it.
THE HOUSEKEEPERS FAVORITE
Of Superior IUsiojr Quality.
Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction.
WYATT & THOMPSON
Hole Ajcenta for AAteria.
NOT GIVEN AWAY, but made at lowest
LIVING PRICES. All work done at my Sail
Loft GUARANTEED to grro perfect satis
On Cheuamus Street, next door to Astoria
Barnes' Patent Foot and Steam
Tower Scroll Saws.
TcMften, Fonnr, Ete.
Osliorn & Aleianfter
Sole AaU, 828 Xwket St.
Moebuics' Tol(. Haeblnerr. a& Hr4 vara.
CatalosireofoliourKoods cent fr on ap
FURNISHEITfiOS TO LET.
AT MRS. GEQ.TfiELER'S, NEST DOOR
ta5teC8a.-W.3?fv-T - s --.
MILL FEED, Etc.
Jnmf Bul4Iag, Astoris, Or.
S. AENDt & EERCHEN,
- j ... . . , : -.
ASTOBZA. - OEEGOIT.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
S H 6. E
Ail kinds of
Froontry attended to.
Aspeelalty mae of jepalrios
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Bknton SraMT, Neak Pabxes Housk,
KHERAL MACHINISTS AND
MILETi HAKEBS. -'
tj l."" " "TC I-- "
Mlep Work, Steamboat Work
PsCahrmV Work a spe-
" 'cialty. '
0800 INTGHB ,
Of alt DerriptiBB nadet to Order
A. D. "Wass, Preaident.
J. G. HcsxEi?, Secretary,
I. W. CA8V,rTreaur'r.
JOHy Fo, Superintendent.
BOATS AJSD TENTS
FLAGS, ETC ETC.
First Class Blacksmithing
AT LOW RATES AT
Sons on SclentlSc Principles by an Al
General Blacksmithing Done
And SATISFACTION ASSURED, at
HLs 8hopr In rear of Aug. DanieLwa's Saloon.
Carnahan & Go.
i. w: CASE,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL DEALERS IN
Corner' Cbeuaasoa and Can street.
ASTOBIA-.- . - OREGON
Magnus G. Crosby
HAMARE, IRON, STEEL,
IroncPipe and Fittings,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
' " silEET IRON. '
2 rr E o os .
1 sSBS3'I gr U
5 w - i 2. r W on
s 1 - 1 -I p 2. P
S 2 vr S . -S r
. 3 " oq a 5T t,
S a si c v a -i w C3
1 I 9 g- f ,1-1
-j Jt. s.lsuM r J..V.
IQ F. McCOSXAC,
AttTmey aud Coasellr t Iaw
ASTOEBtr - - - - - - Ongoa.
okoa. pbBBia, " v geo.6laVd
If OL4.NI DOmiMS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. "
Office iu Kraney'ff Block, opposite City
Hal, Astoria, Oregon.
Q B. THOMSON,
Attorney and Counsettr at Law.
Room No. 6, orer "White Some,
' ASTORIA ORK)K.
a w.jTtroif. a. crc&roir.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Booms S&ai 6. Odd Fellows BuRdlag.
ATTOBNET AT LAW,
Cheaamus ', - - ASTORIA. OREOOM
T08EFH: A. GILL,
MrOfflce with J. Q- A. Bowlby,
ASTORIA, - - - - - Oreeoa.
Qt J. CUBTIS,
ATTT AT LAW.
Kotary Public, Commissioner of Deeds for
California, New York, and Wasalnctou Ter
ritory - Rooms S and 4. Odd Fellows Building. As
N.B -Claims at Washington. D. C, aud
collections a specialty.
I? C. HOLOEX,
AOCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND IN
ARCHITECT AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Scholars received for Course of Draughting
tar-Office over White House Store.
Q.EJLO F. PARKKB,
Clatsep CoHty,aad Cltyer Antrta
Offlce -Chenamua street, Y. M. C. A. h&U
Room No. 8.
Qt BKXMO.V MAETL, M. D
FkyaJeifea mad 8HrseB.
OyrjCE-Koom. 13. Odd Fellows uUdte .
Residence-Hume's huildlog. up stairs.
TAX TBTTliJE. M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OnncE Rooms i, 2, and 3 Pythian Build
ing. REsiDEKCK-On Cedar Street, back of
St. Mary's Hospital.
F. P. HICK8. A. E. SHAW.
HICKS 4c SHAW,
Rooms In Allen's Building, up stairs, cor
ner Caa and Squemoqua. streets. Astoria.
Bozorth & Johns,
Real Estate and Insurance Agtnts,
Buy and sell all kinds of Real Estate and
represent the following Fire
Insurance Ccupaaies :
Scottish Union and Na
tional, PlUBoix of Hartford
Home of New York,
Hamburg and Bremen,
Phenlx of Brooklyn,
Eolicieswriiten by us la the Pboanlx and
Home and Scottish Union and Nattoaal at
BANKING AND INSURANCE !
I. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ASTORIA, - OREfiOS.
OFFICE HOURS :
From 0 o'clock A. M. until 3 o'clock P. M.
B. S. Worsley,
TOfllce and Ware Rooms on Squemoqua
Street, next door to corner of Oiney .
Advancements made on Consignments
He Claarses for Storage ef Geda.
Tailoring Cleaning, Wm,
NEAT, CHEAP AND QUICK.
Mala St.. oppelt N. eeb', Astoria, .
a. A. STINSON & CO;,
At Capt. Rogers old Bt&sd, corner of Cms
and Court 8txeets.
Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoeing.
Wagons made and repaired. Good work
guaranteed. - -
Boat Sails to be Given Away
Three Private Fishenaa
Can iret NEW MAINSAILS for hextto
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