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About The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1886)
The Henry Yillard is discharging
coal at Flavel's wharf.
W. H. Reed's sporting house has a
restaurant connected with it, ran in
the eastern style.
The Comadre cleared for Kings
Lynn yesterday with 42.GG0 b.
wheat, valued at 30,750.
THe. annual school meeting in dis
tricitrvo. One will be held on the even
ing of Monday, March 1st.
Large quantities of potatoes are be
ing shipped to San Francisco, with
very little profit 25 cents a ton being
considered satisfactory in the lack of
The Astoria:; opens its columns to
the discussion of public questions.
It recognizes the right of every one
to be heard and wants all who feel so
inclined to feel that they can in this
paper have a fair chance to Epeak.
Col. J. F. Backensto is organizing
Cantons. Last Tuesday ho organized
at Albany Canton No. 1, Patriots Mil
itant of the L O. O. F. The News
says Col. Backensto will soon organ
ize a Canton from the L O. O. F., at
Roseburg and another Canton at As
toria. The Gen. Canby went aground on
the upper end of Sand Island in a
dense fog yesterday morning. The
mail and passengers were transferred
and carried through and the return
trip was made by the John West.
The Canby will doubtless be got off
The Mamanita went down to the
middle sands yesterday afternoon and
replaced No. 7 buoy opposite Ft.
Stevens. This may be considered
the "maiden buoy" of the Jfanza
nita. Capt. Gregory expresses him
self as being very well pleased with
his new vessel.
A regular San Francisco fog spread
over the river and city yesterday, al
most entirely stopping navigation.
Steamboat men say that such a fog
as yesterday's, a dazzling gray, with
the sun shining through it, make3 it
more difficult to get along than a dark,
heavy fog would.
Wm. Reid is paying 1.23 a day to
white men and 50 cents a day to Chi
namen on his narrow guage road. He
says at these fignre3 he finds the
white men's labor is more profitable
to the company. His Chinese will all
be discharged when their coulracts
expire on the 31st of March.
Messrs. Cary and "Warren gave a
fine exhibition at Ross' opera house
last evening, their graceful evolutions
eliciting continuous applause from
those present. Mr. Cary is without
doubt the best performer on the roller
skates that has ever been here. "Wil
lie Warren surprised even his friends
last evening with the variety and
dexterity of his acts on the bicycle.
It is doubtful if there is to-day his
superior on the coast in fancy bicycle
The Astobiak editorially stated
last Sunday its belief that a disgrace
ful and false dispatch which appeared
in the San Francisco papers in July,
'83, had emanated from the Orego
nian office. In yesterday's issue that
paper says that the dispatch was not
sent by it nor by any of its employes.
This is plain and positive, and in view
of the denial The Astoriax with
draws its charge.
"When the lying statement appeared
the writer asked the only two men in
this citj' who sent dispatches to the
associated press if they had sent tho
dispatch in question. They each
said "No," and expressed indignation
at its appearance. Circumstances
prior and subsequent led to the be
lief that similar dispatches prepared
in Portland and dated ostensibly
from Astoria were sent to San Fran
cisco. The question now arises, who
sent that particular lie, to Astoria's
great injury. The Astobiak's only
motive in speaking of the matter is to
prevent, as far as in its power, the
possibility of its recurrence.
CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Feb.lG. . Taylur,J.
Rob'L Neilson admitted to citizen
ship. M. G. Haaven vs. Wm. G. Ress: de
cree favor of defendant
Estate M. D. Kant; ordered that
assignee pay thirtv per cent
C. H. M. Toby vs. F. L. Logan;
continued for term. Adjourned.
Changes at the Rier Moutli.
Mr. N. D. Raymond, city surveyor.
has an old map of the mouth of the
river, drafted in this city in 1850, that
gives a good idea of the changes that
have taken place in that locality in
the past generation. There are two
Sand Islands depicted on this map,
both being contiguous and farther
north and west than the present Sand
Island. Chinook spit puts out from
Scarborough Head, stretching west,
and considerably longer than that of
to-day. ThonorUi and south chan
nels are plainly marked, the one go
ing directly by the base of Cape Han
cock, and the other well in towards
Pt Adams. That point puts out far
ther to tho north and west than at
present, and the present site of Ft.
Stevens is marked as being covered
with a heavy forest growth.
SilvjSjApare and Jewelrv below cost
at theCrystal Palace.
A Ward's patent salmon retort Ap
ply fo A. W. Berry.
School Books at cost at the Crystal
You can buy a fine silver watch for S7
at the Crystal Palace.
The clearance sale at the Crystal Pal
ace is a genuine sale. Go and convince
yourself by getting their prices.
To the United States Restaurant for
the best oysters. Private rooms.
Closing of a Large Establishment.
Chicago, Feb. 1G. The extensive
McCormick reaper works closed down
this merning: fourteen hundred men
are thus thrown out of employment.
Certain union men demanded the dis
missal of several non-union men. A
committee was appointed to wait on
McCormick and insist on that point
He refused to meet the committee
and at once shut down the works in
definitely. This may cause much dis
tress as many of the operatives arc
THE &ErMOtm OBSEQUIES.
Utica, N. Y., Feb. 1G. The funeral
of the late ex-Gov. Seymour took
place to-day, from the residence of
Roscoe Conkling. A sculptor took a
cast of the face.
WON' OK A TOUL.
Chicago. Feb. 16. Thirty-five hun
dred people assembled this morning
to witness a wrestling match between
a Japanese and Lewis. Lewis imme
diately began to wrench the Jap's
ankle" from its socket, amid loud
cries of "shame," "kill the coward'
Tho tussle had to be awarded to
Lewis, which gave great dissatisfac
tion. A TEMPE-iT IN A TEAPOT.
Belgrade, Feb. 1G. A conspiracy
has been discovereJ to dethrone
King Milan and put Prince Kare
agogerich in his stead. The latter is
an old pretender to the throne.
London, Feb. 1G. Lord Roseberry
has again informed the Greek govern
ment that England will not permit
Turkey and Greece to fight
San Francisco, Feb. 1G. Tai Duck,
the murderer of the "Wickersham
family was arrested to day on the ar
rival of the steamer at Yokahama.
FROM CAPT. POWELL'S REPORT.
Capt. C. V. Powell in hid annual
report to the secretary of war, in
speaking of bar fishing and fish traps
on the lover Columbia says:
"1 have previously called attention
to an injurious effect on the bar chan-
Lnels of the net fishing; and I took
cccasiou to say tint, I have not seen
any reason during the Last two j'ears
to change my opinion of the injur
ious action of the fishing net on the
channels; nor that the nrevcntiou of
the bar fishing would not retard the
salmon canning interests of the Col
"Pilots have filed written com
plaints in this office of fish trap as
obstructing navigation in the Sum
amish slough, a passage of Puget
sound between Seattle and Whatcom,
and of traps in the lower Columbia
river, one mile below Astoria, and at
Chinook point, between Astoria and
"The fish traps consist of a long
lead running out from shore, and a
large pen or trap at the outer end.
Both parts are made of piling, and
sometimes the lead, and always the
trap, of a network of strong materials
attached to the piling.
"Many of these traps exist in the
lower Columbia river. Their use is
being introduced into other rivers
of the Oregon and Washington
"The traps of Snmamish slough
and near Astoria should be removed.
I have described the fish traps as
permeable dikes, which check the
current and cause a fill behind them.
"These traps are coming into ex
tended use in the Columbia river,
from the month to near the Willam
ette river, about 100 miles distant.
They have been generally located, so
far, to the advantage of the main
channel; but efforts have been made
to build traps where they would be
detrimental to it and obstructive to
passing vessels. Pilots have prevent
ed,! believe, the building of traps at
places where they would encroach up
on the ships channel by threats of the
destruction of the trap's.
"No authority is exercised or dele
gated by tho state in locating or
limiting fish trap3. They are built as
a right of the land owner, the same
as a public wharf or lauding pier
"In order to preserve and maintain
the ship channel, the planting of fish
traps, as tho building of other struct
ures in the river, should be under
the active control of some authority
fully advised of present and probable
future improvements for navigation
of the river and in harmony with the
Attention is called to our adveitis
ment in another column giving a par
tial Ii:t of the "OOils to bo found in onr
stock. We aim to carry the best assort
ment lo be found in Astoria, and cash or
-hort lime biijx-r-? will find it to their ad
vantacu to make their purchases from
us. Goods (leliveied free of charge to
:in paii of thecitv.
To the oflicirs and members of Astor
and Pacific Lodge, K. of P.; you are
lequestcd to appear in faticue uniform
at our anniversary ball on Fridav even
ing the 19th inst
Members of Astor Lodge can get their
tickets and invitations for such friends
as they desire at T. S. Jev ett's office at
tin? Uttv nan; menioersoi racmc Lodge
at Griffin and Reed's City Book Store.
Ceremonies begin at fl o'clock sharp.
Committee of Arrangements.
Silver watches from $7 to S18 at the
Fishermen's alarm clocks for SI -no at
the Crystal Palace.
Roger Bros.' Al 1847 plated knives,
forks and spoons at less than cost
Dr. J Lindeman, the Surgeon Chirop
odist of New York, has arrived and tak
en looms at the Occident Hotel, where
he will only l emain a few days. If you
have Corns, Bunions, or Ingrowing
Xails he will cure them without pain or
drawing blood. His charges are mod
erate. Ladies attended at their resi
dences without extra charge. Remem
ber a few days only.
Baby carriages les than cost at the
JIITCHELL'S CHINESE BILL.
To Be Discussed in Congress Next Tnesday.
On Tuesday next Senator John EL
Mitchell will call up his bill provid
ing for abrogation of the treaty per
mitting immigration of Chinese. He
will be able to show, he says, that not
only was it in the power of the United
States to abrogate a treaty, bnt that
the doctrine had been recognized by
all acts of congress, commencing over
eighty years ago with abrogation of
the treaty with France. He holds it
to be the bounden duty of congress
to provide for abrogation of the Chi
nese immigration treaty.
After discussion the bill will be re
ferred to the committee on foreign re
lations. In the preamble Mitchell's bill re
cites that the treaties with China, es
pecially that of 1853, the Burlingame
treaty, and the supplementary one of
1867, have proved pernicious to the
peace, domestic tranquility and gen
eral welfare of the United States.
The bill then provides as follews:
Section 1 provides that all treaties
between the United States govern
ment and the Chinese empire hereto
fore made and now in force, in so far
as they or any of them recognize or
permit the coming of Chinese to the
United States, and in so far as they
or auy of them inhibit the govern
ment of the United States from abso
lutely prohibiting the coming of Chi
nese to the United States, and all acts
of congress heretofore passed and
now in existence, in so far as they or
any of them, in nny manner, or un
der any terms, or upon any condi
tions, recognize or permit the coming
to the Chinese to the United States
of Chinese, whether subjects of the
Chinese empire or otherwise, be and
the same are hereby abrogated, set
aside and repealed.
Section 2 provides that from and
after the passage of this act it shall
be unlawful for any Chinese person
or persons, whether subjects of the
Chinese empire or otherwise, as well
as" those who are now within the lim
its of the United States and who may
hereafter leave the United States and
attempt to return, as well as those
who never have been here, or having
been here have departed from the
United States, save and excepting
only such as miy b2 duly accredited
to the government of the United
States as ministers plenipotentiary or
other diplomatic representatives, con
suls, general consular and commer
cial agents, including other officers
of the Chinese and other govern
ments traveling upon tho business of
that government, with their body
and house servants, to come within
or land at, or remain at any port or
place within the United States; and
the coming of Chinese persons to the
United States, excepting the classes
hereinbefore specifically described
and excepting from and after the
passage of this act is absolutely pro
hibited. Section 3 makes it a misdemeanor
for the master of any vessel to bring
to or land in the United States any
Chinese, except the classes specified,
and provides punishment.
Sections 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and
12 provide for the issuance of certi
ficates and punishment for falsely
issuing such certificates, or the sub
stitution of persons other than those
for whom the certificates were intend
ed. Section 13 prohibits any state or
United States court from admitting
Chinese to ciizdnship, and provides
that all Chinese persons now in the
United State3, who may at any time
hereafter depart, and all who are not
in the United States, shall be subject
to all the provisions, conditions prop
ositions and penalties of this act
Section 14 provides for the repeal
of the acts of May G, 1882, and July
5, 1881, with a provision that nothing
in this act shall affect any prosecu
tion or other proceeding, civil or
criminal, begun under any existing
A. Great Discovery
That is daily bringing joy to the
homes of thousands by saving many of
their dear ones from an early grave.
Truly is Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs. Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Loss of Voice,
Tickling in the Throat, Pain in Side
and Chest, or any disease of the Throat
and Lungs, a positive cure. Trial Bot
tles free at W. E. Demrnt & Coe.'s Drug
Store. Large size $1.00.
Foi Dyspepsia andLiver Complaint,
you haw a printed guarantee on every
bottle of Shiloh's Yitalizer. It never
fails to cure. Sold bv W. E. Dement
Wti will you cougn when Shlloh's
Cure will giw immediate relief. Price
10cLK)cLsand$l. Sold by W.E. De
ment. Su iron's Cure will immediately
relieve Croup, Whooping Cough, and
Bronchitis. Sold by V. E. Dement & Co
-A Nasal Injector tree with each
bjUJe of Shilolfs Catarrh Remedy
Price 30 cents. Sold by W. E. Dement
W. LussieroiSan Francisco has en
traged in the photograph business with
Crow the leading photoirapher.
Cure is .sold by u
us on guarantee, it
cure consumption. Sold by W.E. De
Will vou suffer with Dyspepsia and
-iver CoinplaintV Shilolfs Vitalizer is
uuaranteed to cure yon.
Sold by W. E.
uemeni ec uo
All the patent medicines advertised
in this papiT, together with the choicest
At a reasonable rate; the fine new
building opposite Klrchhoff's bakery.
Apply at this office.
Head j- For BusiuesM.
For a good steak, a delicious cup of
coffee or a plate of fine ovsters go to
Frank Fabre's Coffee, Oyster and
Chop House; opposite M.C.Crosby's.
Coal. Hay aud Straw,
Tacoma Coal 36 per ton, delivered.
Choice Hay from $9 to $12 per ton.
Cow Hay and Straw S7to f 10 per ton
For sale by
J. H. D. Gba-t.
GOOD WORDS FOR TIIE CLAM.
A clam is unobtrusive. He is of a
retiring disposition and does not
thrust itself upon society.
A clam is peaceful, but at the same
time no coward. When attacked, he
A clam is contented with his lot m
life. No clam ever tried to be an
A clam is trustworthy. No secret
told to a clam has ever been di
vulged. A clam is very close.
A clam is beautiful and wears fine
clothes. No clam would go through
life with a rough and rugged shell
like an oyster.
A clam attends strictly to business.
His business is to be a clam, and he
A clam is self-possessed. He keeps
cool under very trying circumstances.
Be a clam and imitate the industri
ous bivalve when thrown upon a lee
shore by going about business in a
Be a clam, and be useful to the
world by laboring for the sustenance
of others as well as yourself.
Be a clam, and deport yourself so
that, though your exterior may be
rough, you can take as high a polish
as the best of men.
Be a clam and boldly view all
schemes of designing men.
Be a clam, and be honest never as
piring to something you cannot reach.
Be a clam, and attend strictly to
your own business at all times.
Be a clam, and always have plenty
of sand about you.
ine clam grows the fossil does
The clam knows when to shut up.
He exhibits more discretion in this
respect than the majority of the hu
The clam hides in the sand but you
know just where to find him when
you want him, which can't be said of
a politician. It don't tako hard dig
ging to find the clam; for, however,
lie may exclude himself from society.
he still keeps up connection with it
through his breathing funnels.
He's a shell fish, but that does not
necessarily make him selfish. He
never neglects his own bnsiness to
bother about other people's business
a kind of selfishness that wo aro
sorry is not more popular.
He protects himself against in
truders. If a crab pops a pebble be
tween his shell, the clam doesn't
bother himself about ejecting it. He
subjects it to some chemical process
and changes it to a pearl, thus con-
triDutmg to tue weanu or tne worm.
A lady who is convinced that at
least one quarter of the work done
by women is unnecessary, says the
world would go on quite as well
without it. She likens it to an ottoman-cover
she once saw a ladv
She was all bent up, and was put
don't get any time for reading," she
said, plaintively, as she picked up
some beads on a needle. "Yon
must have a great deal of leisure."
And vet she had spent more time
embroidering a ridiculous dog on a
piece of broadcloth than would have
sufficed to read twenty good books.
It did not have the poor merit of be
ing economical, forthepriceof the ma
terials would have bought enough
handsome.damask for two covers.
A friend of mine tells of seeing a
squaw seat herself by the town
pump, unroll a bundle of calico, cut
out a dress, make it, put it on and
walk off, all in about two hours. I
have always regretted that he did
not continue the story b' telling me
that the squaw spent her abundant
I would not have women reduce
their sewing to quite bo simple a per
formance, but a good deal would be
gained if they thought more about
living and less about its accidents.
While money is close, wages and
prices low, expenses should be cut down
in every household. Economy the watch
word for Mothers, head off Doctor bills,
by always keeping in tho house a bottle
of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syr
up. Stops a Cough instantly, relieves
Consumption, cures Croup and pain in
the Client in one night It is just the
remedy for hard times. Price CO cents
and $1.00. Samples free. Sold by J. W.
For a IV eat Fitting Boot
Or Shoe, go to P. J. Goodmans, on Che
namus street next door to I. W. Case.
All goods of the best make and guaran
teed quality. A. full stock; new goods
constantly arriving. Custom work.
Stationery and Blank Books at cot at
the Crystal Palace.
Piirfipn wioliitur snnrsnr nlltiirr nf niiv
size or length can be supplied by leav
ing orders wan .J. u. u. uray.
The Rev. Geo. II. Thayer, of Bour-
bon, Ind., says: uBoth myself and wife
oweour lives to&im.oirs consumption
Oitrk." Sold by W. E. Dement
Of the age in the medical line is the
liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs, man
ufactured only bv the California Fig
Syrup Co., San Francisco, Cat It is
agreeable to the taste, acceptable to the
stomach, harmless in its nature, painless
vet prompt and thorough in its action.
For sale by W. E. Dement & Co.
Are you made miserable by Indiges
tion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of
Appetite, x enow SKinr anion's vuai
izer is a positive cure. For sale by W.
E. Dement &. Co,
Manufactured only by the California
Fig Syrup Co. San Francisco Cat is
Natures Own True Laxative. This
Eleasant liquid fruit remedy may he
ad of W. E. Dement & Co, at fifty cents
or one dollar per bottle. It is the most
Eleasant, prompt and effective remedy
nown, to cleanse the system; to acton,
the Liver, Kidneys and Bowels gently
yet thoroughly to dispel Headachs,
Colds and Fevers: to cure Constipation,
Indigestion and kindred ills.
If you want to get great bargains go
to the Crystal Palace.
WHAT "CITIZEN" THDJKS.
Astoria, Feb. 16, 18S6.
Editor Asterian: In this morn
ing's Astorian you announce the
true doctrine, theory and principle of
our government and of all good gov
ernments, respecting the particular
matter there discussed, namely, the
freedom of action guaranteed to all
citizens in the matter of selecting,
subscribing for and buying, or not
buying such things whether news
papers, food, clothing, servants, em
ployes or other things, as such citi
zens may choose, unawed and with
out restraint, or coercion from any
That doctrine, or principle or what
ever you may call it, is so sound, so
healthful and so truthful that it
might well be repeated, reiterated
and preached npon every day, in ev
ery column of The Astoria for the
next three months at least, and not
be discarded at all then, so that all
new comers and recent immigrants to
the United States, among us here,
should fully understand that one
principle, at least, of our government.
And the consideration of it would not
come amiss to some of our native
Allow me to repeat that principle
here. It is this, concerning the boy
cotting of the Oregonian, you said:
"A man has a right to do as be pleases,
provided he does not interfere with his
neighbor's right to do as he pleases.
That is onr idea of liberty. A man has
a right to stop taking a newspaper. If
he don't like it ho can let it alone. But
he should allow his neighbor the samo
privilege he claims for himself. It is no
more right to say to a man 'You shan't
take the Oregonian,'1 than to sav, 'You
shall take the News.1 One would be as !
justifiable as the other."
Now apply that doctrine to the ac-
finnq nf nonnlo in Aafnrin TOir nra
running salmon canneries, ditching
tide lands, raising vegetables, dispos
ing of garbage about houses, grub
bing out roots and stumps to get
cultivatable land, grading streets
that cost more thau tho adjacent
property is worth after the grading
is done, and I think it must be ad
mitted there is no right, reason or
justice in the present crusade of
some of our good people against the
Chinese in our city.
The Water Boys In Connecticut
The water boy who goes through
the passenger trains in Connecticut,
with his pail of water and tray of
tumblers, offering free drinks to all
the passengers, is a survival of the'
war period. During the rebellion
thousands of sick and wounded sol
diers passed through the State on
their wav home to be nursed, and'
many of them, their canteens being
empty, longed in vain for a draught
of cool water. The late J. F. Trum
bull, of Stonington, who was in the
Legislature at the time, having rid
den on a train in which were home
returning soldiers and noticing their
distress on account of their inability
to get water, at once pushed a law
through the Legislature providing
that all railroads in the State must
carry water boys on their passenger
trains. The statute still remains in
"We should be careful how we en
courage luxuries; it is but a step
forward from hoecake to plum pud
ding, but it is a mile and a half by
the nearaBt road when we have to go
Buclclcii's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve i n the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores.Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
Ferfect satisfaction, or money refunded,
"rice 25 cents per box. For sa le by W
E. Dement & Co.
The fine hall, 80x25, lately occupied as
a gymnasium, next to Telephone saloon.
Apply to Jeff.
Shlloh's Catarrh Remedy a posi
tive euro for Catarrh, Diptheria and
Canker Mouth. Sold by W. E. Dement.
"Hackmetack," a lasting and fra
grant perfume. -Price 2o and 50 cents.
Sold by W.E. Dement
H. P. GREGORY & CO.
.Vo. 3 Xorlk Front St.. Portland. Or.
Importers and Dealers In
XatHeM. llorlne Machine,
It and MnwM. Scroll Shws.
Rubber and Leather Belting;,
31 ILL FIXDIXG'S GEXEIULLY
GOLD MEDAL, PABIB, 1878.
Cocoa, from wLlch the excess ol
Oil has been removed.Ithis thre
timet the ttrength of Cocoa mixed
with Starch, Arrowroot or Bazar,
and is therefore far mora econom
ical, costing leas than one cent a
cud. It la dclicions. nonriahintr.
.strengthening, easily digested.
ana admirably adapted for inral.
ias as wen as lor persons In health.
Sold by Grocers grerywhere.
. BAKER & CO., BorcMer, Mass.
KEEP WARM !
IN PRICE OF COAL!
Ilamllton Scotch Splint, per ton S 8.00
Seattle, Glean, per ton . 7.00
Seattle, Average, per ton .... C 00
Seattle, Screenings, per ton..... ....- 4.00
Cumberland, per ton 1G.0O
OREGON IMPROVEMENT CO.,
E. A. NOYES,
Astoria, January 1. 1883.
n(' it rev u
Ml' ifi is
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9 J V
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WiLLl ML if
Dnring this week we will reduce all onr
TO COST, in order to make room for Extensive Spring
Purchases to arrive.
IV. B. The few remaining odd lengths of Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets, Etc,
we have further reduced in-order to clear them out this week.
G. H. COOPER'S
The Leading Dry Goods and Clothing House in Astoria.
OF SA.N FRANCISCO.
Flavel's Wharf and Warehouse,
Canntry Supplies at Lowest Prices.
Storage and Insurance at Current Rates.
Drafts on the leading Cities of the World
Geo. II. Stewart, Accountant, and
Agent Northern Pacific Express Co.
Books and Stationery!
The Largest and Finest Stock in Astoria to Select From.
MacDonald & Mcintosh
Are now Prepared to
Show a Large Assortment
Goods in Every Line!
Which will he Sold at ;
Lower Figures than al any Other House
IN THE CITY.
The Leading Clothing, Hat, and Gents5 Furnishing Store;
TO PORTLAND AND RETURN
ON THE "TELEPHONE."
Astoria and Seaside
The best Bread, Cakoa and Pastry in the City,
lea Creams and Ornamental Work
Manufacturer of Fine Candles.
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