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ASTORIA. OKHOON:
TUESDAY JUNK rt, 1SS
J.f. U.41LOUAS..
.minor..
i
Gray's Harbor.
Irs" an article on Clielialis valley,
the Seattle Chronicle say?, that
which may properly be termed a j wpb g. lhncim,raE aTFsT?. FiiTSS.
portion ofthe Chehal.s valley, as j nQ other vessd bas faMn , i., 5..eyv a,.,,,-.:,
it is the outlet of the river thereto. ! ,i . , ."", sjsoiit one stoky and a imr
.... ., . !m fishing on the oanks of the ii iis w rWit. Vvood-si"d (iil'n
is noT7 attracting considerable at-., ar,t of Fun P?-Pnt -... bU3e. etc., and a never-fading. Pvlisnihii;
. . . VI'e .-uau ui ruca. extent o,va- ..f .si,nIi,,-.it.... rimi,..- p., ivj. i
tention. It 13 a miniature inland
r ,. , , i -.i
.v , ...... ,
the racihe ocean by a teep olian
uel from one-half to ttiree-quaiters
of a mile in width and a mile
long. The haibor is from three to
ten miles wide, and extends inland
twenty-two miles. It is aecessiale
t r llriAilll i-tn.. lvi 4.i-in ll.-k n .n ..nn I
... .... aiv.,.,,..u... w.i..1.....
of the channel back to the mouth
.,.,.. , , .,
ot the Chehabs river. At low tide
.t. -i i r. .... ........
u.B uuauuci ib '".ijCelueepjtheft.rsenl j.,,;, fe ., ,
in its shallowest place. The en- .- .- t , .-n n .
trance to the harbor is said to be
clear of rocks, bars and reefs, and
the navies of the entire world
could find safe anchoratrc tlieteiu.
Excellent landings exist in main-i
-
'""lc-vum l''.y "'".' -
per end of the harbor. The coin,
trv immediatelv surrounding'
, -
iTra-'s harbor is an excellent stock-
grazintr mntre and is especiallv
, . ' -
.irtupteu to the dairying business
hxcent on the low lands and tide-
flats, the country is not, strictlv
speaking, adapted to agricultural
pursuits.
A.. noM.ni:.... ....! .. , - .
-in .ini, n,m i; ami icrv pnuni-
. . , .! -, ," ; . ome oi mem result attin - "rt.irni -
nent feature of the Grays haibor , ,,,., -,. ,,
,. , , , , 1 houses" for halibut iisluii, .M-
country is the fact tiiat the ocn'. ... , . .. '
. , . . iing to tho number of (ishcnn"!i.
beach for miles and mi es ahovo ,." .. ,-,.,, . .,
,, , ... I lint the (Jtiilleuti' tnoo as ay;iMior-
and below the harbor entrance isi ,., , , , , " ,
t n tiitiirr fin unr rlPiinirl .f nnii i
as smooth and level a ;i floor'
the hard sand being .scarcely sus
ceptible to the imprint of a horses
hoof. The famous drives at
Long Branch or Newport cannot ., . . ,. - , ,
. f , ' ' visit that loc.llitv in :nvn.nl-f itur
rival tho natural road iv that ox-' - i( ,,
, , , - 1 ing the .summer months.
tends from the channel "23 miles I . .. . , , ,, . ,
I I lie .Miii:aii iismilv go to il.
north, rimUoiilh 1" uiile.s to Shoal . , - , . , ' ' . .
, ,,,, . 1 li.uiKs ni iare six-it cauo-s at tt.e
water bay. Jms fact, coupled I , ,. ,,
. . , ,,.,,, , ' e.'iiiimeucement ol the .s:ison.
with the cielightfulsiiiiiinei-cliinate, '...1 , , . ,-
iiealth-giving nroporties of the 1 , ,7 "
, , ! cano?. and usuaiiv carry six
ocean breee, the. scenic beauty iT ,. ' , jt " ,"
, , , - I Indians. As the season advances
and grandeur of the Mirroiindings, I , ., ., ,
11 t r. ... 'land tho weather becomes h-.oic
will make of GrayV harbor one of ; ... , .,
the most popular summer resorts
on the Pacific coast.
Only a few hours" tide Lack
into the interior will take the
sportsman and tourist to the finest j
hunting grounds in the territory,
where elk, deer, bear and grouse
are too numeiotis to be interest
ing. It is believed that there are
0,000 elk ranging on the head
waters and streams and tributaries
heading up in the Olympic, range
and putting info Gray's Harbor.
Fish, both salt and fresh water, are
abundant. It is simply a paiadise
for sportsmen.'
This country is now being open
ed up by the enterptise of As
torians and men from Pacific Co.,
W. T., and will undoubtedly re
ceive a large share of immigration.
Wc are in receipt of a letter fioin
.Mr. Glenn Peterson, one of the
oldest settlers in Chehabs county,
in which ho says that a noticeable
amount of immigrants have already
begun to come, and that more are
expected. That country has all
tho boundless resources tiiat make
up an empire, and is deserving of
the attention of all who wish o
secure a home for themselves ami
their children.
Halibut.
Jsevekal years ago, says the Se
attle Post-Intelligencer, an attempt
was made to procure halibut off
Cape Flattery by vessels fitted in
Sau Francisco, and also belonging
to Puget Sound, but without suc
cess, and the enterprise was aban
doned. In 1S79 tho schooner Emily
Stephens, of Astoria, OS 80-100
tons burthen, Capt. Alexander A.
Henderson, arrived at Xeah bay
on the IGth day of July, from San
Francisco, and sailed on the ISth j
on a cruise for halibut, and ie-1
turned on the 2Gtli with 1C,000!
pounds of halibut on ice. These
fish were renorted to have been
taken 10 miles off Cape Beale, at
the entrance to Barclay sound, in
35 to 40 fathoms of water. Capt.
"J ---- ---.r rsjLiLjajj.vrjJigJgrfr'.rr,",,.--T:
Henderson stated that lie caught!
ri quite a number of large halibut,
some of them measuring seven
feet in length and weighing 250
pounds.
,.,, , ... ...
tnese halibut were sold in the
,San Francisco market, and al-
though good prices vvero said to
have been realized.yet the voyage
was "ii urmmfilnliln .. -...I
sionallv for f;lstilllt, A .' i.,.T
iMOUJ" "r pastime. A tug liont
wU run off an(, ta,;e a few ,iajil)ut
and lock fish. Th. whole busi -
ness on the American side is ther-
fore, confined to the Ssheiios of
the Makah Indians.
mi i -.. , , ... . , -ti. ft. huih iin-vvst snu' ui .'lain 'strt'fi
the hanbut is a staple article ot i , the cast side or Siirnei'Mroct.in Me
food for these Indians, and takes J '- WT Sl"
piaccof tue (r;eii samoil f,tlH following d.-seiibed lots froinii)-
' - . . nM npoii that part of Cinieoialy street from
Ithc interior tribe. Hie season I the wr-t side, .f Main ticit ti.tlieoast
, side oiiniu'P street, is mm due and pa -
commences in Juno, a soo.i is ai,ieat the oilice f the CHv Treasurer.
continues r.t intervals till Uctui,-i.
n ..CU,.. ..e 1 1,., -t),o.. -;i! ..,.,..
"'' " .-..... ..... ('v.
mit canoes t.. go to tho fishinr
'
'. frrnnrids.
" ...i ;n ,-.i m i i , -i i
1 lie villages ol tho .Mauali tiihi-,
,x-.i, i i i .i i
arc at 2eau iJay, where is also tin-
1 official residence of the Indian
I h c pml .,,p b,vs
! V ,i . ,: ,i i i ,
of the reservation, tho w.iolf oi
r, n ., . , v.
C'ape r lattery biMiig reserved nv
.. , , .. T ,-
tne government for the Indian-.
South of Flatterv Uoelcs is ih
.i, . . " , , ..
fliiilionffk rirnp trlmio i li'Hwl nl
inaians ot ttie same iiauiv ivsi.j.-.
, , , , ,,. . ,
Tnese belong to the Jilakah a'. m -v,
and during the summer ni'mths
... , ...
, ",, ,-. . , .. , ...
tiu:
Makahs do. The Quilleutes take
'quantities .of sattiun in the river
I infl nri" fr.t.c nf CHrf cmi.lt wl.tr.Ii
l.iUlilVll. IIU' U' O MllillM-l l..lIIUl'2t
with two or throe men in each.
Their usual time of starting is
early in tho morning at the top
of high water. They then run
out with the ebb tide, and on
i caching the banks they fish until
the return of tho tide, and as
oon as the current runs too strong
to enable them to keep their linos
on the bottom they start for homo,
and usually return late in the
Hfternoon.
Owing to the .strong cuireiit
and tide rips al the entrance to
Fuca sfrait, and the danger ol" go
ing to sea in an open canoe, Hiis
fishing can only bo pursued at sueh
time as the .winds and tides are
favorable; consequently - the
amount of fish taken is lift as
large as might be expected, nor as
large a would be the result il"
schooners wore employed capable
of remaining on. the liani: at
anchor to ride out gales or await a
favorable state of the tide.
During the usual run, common
almost nvety season, the tribe
catch and cure enough halibut not
only for their own consumption,
but have large quantities to noli to
the Indians of other tribes. But
I as they cure their fish without the
addition ol salt, they find no -ale
among the whites.
The ancient method adopted by
these Indians for taking halibut,
which is pretty generally altered
to at preseut,.is by fishing lines
made of the giant kelp, and by
hooks made of splints from hem
lock knots steamed and bent into
a shape like an ox bow, with a
barb of bone fastened on with a
thong to the underside of the bow,
and the line being made fast to
i thc upper side
NTEV TO-DAl
-- ...... '
SSS E?lEJWi?kB.S5-
mm: X'Xto.v packixg company!
A.nSlS, IS? SIfKSEL.W.ff
luirrco's wreck lies. Is a man ai)0Ut(,Ieet
le.gn. dark complexmned. dars hair and a
snum lnousracne. wore a mue ovetsairt
and had .1 uairof mbber boots on. Had a
sliver watch on his person and somemouy
in his pocket. jeSdtt
NEW 10-DAY.
"XlbT I.OST.
fN" im 3d OF JCNK. AliOUT CCO FATII--?
oms Scotch "o. 40. l'.'-plv, 50-inch;
corks marked r. V. 1. Co., audA. AV. The
llsulerwill be suitably rewarded by deliver
ing or giving infornntioii of tup same :it
ijuniuw.'
i H-per .w.oiu.
1 PACIFIC CNIOX PACKING CO.'S office.
.Ia-5 dDt
sr.T i.o.,t.
j liauiiisol
( e!''-& li y&,
, I WiPQ. JeCd3t
Hon. about eight minutes" wii; from rWc- 1
(lR;C0. A,.,! , r. C. ilOI.PFN
Je..-u iwai t,i.iie Agent.
. Concoralv Street.
oticK IS HEHFJU (SIVKV
;lll:u l .".cessment ma.K- !.y Ordi-
naiifv
l. 4i... Vol
riTiil r.?i'iip
th.'
iiaiJir.vt'
incut
it
COlK'lllll
-insalrt city, lit Unitwl .Sb,iM giiMan.1
ilvuroiii.iinil uiiless vaid villiiu fio
days jrum Ihei-xniration of tliisiiotire.
v-r,!!Alleni:iii.n('omicil
ill order warrant., issued tm ihe rol-
H-ftion Ihenv.f.
i i licassesiMe
'assssiaen: 5s as inllni
, IMt OF OW.VI.K
OF T.OT.
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A llininau
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Mis Maitiii Dillon
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: 3far A Gray
Mrs Oiilht I'oilh...
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.IlJvbee I 2
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and Cordelia l!obb...i i "
TA II yland 5
V W Parker I 1
V AV Parker. i -
XV V Parker. '!
U XV Paiker. ! 4
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Mi.s Ti enchant. MisCi 12
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15
.TO 0-1
T'.v order of the Common Council.
F. C. NOUltlS.
Auditor ami Clerk.
Ast.-.rw. .Uuieii. 12.
SPECIAL AUCTION SALE!
Tuesday June-6--!0:30 a. m.
CivTIIMM" I'KOM UVSlStSS.
I am ir.tnicted Li Mr .1. l
Vr.-.Jilaiai) of ttir
S'ijS"- Street 'o!SiN- tJojiM'.
T11 S'll at 1'iiMie Anctinii, 11 flip pri'i'iies
111 thi'
ASTOIIIAX BLUCII.
To tin- highest ir.dder, for o.li. all ti:c
cll-keit
IlnIn-5ou:!s ansl Iiliii.n :'iiriiitm-H
S Contained in tint cstaluislii.ient
Kieiy article 1,
A3 GOOD AS NStV,
And consists ill pail ot .
Ttii Ilustanrant Tables -'dozOaUlJimiiK-Kioni
Chairs .1 jiair lce Cunains 1 IIat
injr Move. C llatnlsonie Silver-Plated Cas-toi-s.fi
Uracket Iunps I'ino lot lilated 1'mKs
and Sjwohs. D.nnask 'lable Chillis and Nap
Kins, fin? lot C'rofklry and (l!asiaie, 1
C.iolvin-i Stove with etenion toji, boiler
aiei furniture complete, 1 Hot Cotloe I'l.ller
with Coal Oil Stov e. lot Saucepans ami Conk
ins rtf-nsils, I'rm isions. Ororf-rii'S et. el'.
E. C. KOLDEN, Auclioneer.
-Till til
DtKISODJliy
il II8IIIIH
- AM).
ARE THE BEST.
Ami cost ao inore't'ijit other bniuds ; and if
the Merchant with whom you trade does
nut keep our CnotlsH b because it pays
Iwtlertose'IapairoM'oots orWiof ciery
two niiintlis than even four or live. W'iz
'"'"-'AUANnn-: z:vo:y paii: xv m.uce.
-in "soo'l nsiit cani.iuw
, "icCooilsat onrn.ireloano, m PeitlaiU
; "r ""' r nuitisco.
Trour "HERCULES" Patent Boots
HECHT EROS. & CO.
ss7guAMbaJUJj.,-s-jjixn,i
MISCELLANEOUS
ari JLdfes'J
BOOK STCQLiHS
lyST-, The largest .-.lock oi
tijfe;'lv& Blank Books and Stationery
'Iwi Of ecrj-ilesCjti!ioii.
'SinTW'1'00' Roi'k. Bib'es. i'wtU-:!!
tS? (inMtVim.
fiiiUii ilt-sidos a full ami i"mi-i-ic
"gasfr-i stock of oiorjlliins usiuJIx
" &j j;(.j,t in a .-clt leuiilatcd lVo!c
Stmt' Also. iiMi. dcjwt ar.d aeao Ut ,
oM-ry i',ipcrand jiPriodu'a'Jjiab'iHlH .1
Carl Adler's Kusio titniu
Pianos and Organs.
Or all ia.i1.es (nuManth uti !. md. ANi. a
full sunk Ot
VIOLINS. (JUITAIIS, I'.AN.Htf.AC-
COIJDKONS, CONCKKTINAS.
IIA KMO.NICA.S, KLl'TKS.
ANiia J.in;.' stock of the lest uf
VIOLIN AND GPlTATv STUINGx
SIIEKT MUrfiC. ,
AN!) MP.SICAL INSTItt'.MKN fri '
A i II ai i-icntliai, !(
I 'us.? !:-! llihic -
l ..taitnjr
wmr
Pianos and (i.tir suM on i n maihi. ni
si Ulnifiir. plan, or lyr rent.
CAHl. ADLER'S VARtSETY STOHE
e
Watehe-s. Pint i, .mil ,!ow,lr .
asMi.-lment.
Xi'W sonits i'i" eei stcaniri. IP.- pislih.-an-muted
to esaiiiir..' my st vu and p;u-c.
rurv ait's r wtoim 1 iii'i'rf'nv i
Whi'lfMleup.Irel.iilil, .ill 1
WoiHlnnd Willow -ware,
G H 0 C E H i E 3.
Tobacco. Cigars. Wines and Liquors
1 Oi:i:iC.. AM) DOMCsllC
j-i . , -, -r., . , -, ,
JirmAs and vptpJnMfss.
- '
JTiSa, OO:, STEUSSJ,
COTOTIJ Y P!J()J)UC!E.
General Commission Merchants
A!T01SIA. OlliXaiM
Xel to OiRnii lhiihva .-l N'.i e.r- H..-K
iliw
n ILL'S TJBIBTffiS.
GKO. till.!., -
WAf.Tr.n r.vitirs,
fi:ii'i:!i:rni:
sTAtin MAXAeni:
KTniv Str.rs in Ranid SucCMsion !
KnsaKcineni ol
MISS HITA EilRLE,
Tim (jrrrx of soxn and dancc!
Open nil the Vear, IVWoi-.tiaare i:.ry
isJit. J"nlire CIuiii'i- or Ten.
raiisnie Once n MVol.,
Comprising all the latest
SONGS. DANCES A?4D ACTS.
We give thc Best
Variety Entertainment
In the We:t.
Tho theatre is mnulfri muliily. nd all
v.ho have witnessed the entertainment pio
iiriiniee it lo he canal to any ;-'l 11 elsewhere.
Jlr. Hill as a caterer foi the puhlie's
amusement it.n not bo exeelled. Anvbodv
v.ihhiir to spend a pleasant eionhiK anil
see sparkling wit andlieant without 11l
pitlty.shuuM lmiroe tlieoplxiltiniUyand
eoine.
Tlie eoiapan.x eomprises the li.Hitnli"; uell
Known Artists :
Miss c.v.Nsm Wai.tox.
itis l.euisi: Coiik.
Mi:. Cirvinxs Koiilici:.
Jin. John Cook.
Jin. .losr.i-ii ettv,
Jin. Wai.ti:i: rAinti.
Allot Nihiehuill appear nilitlv In ll.eirdif
forent sjiceialties.
Ol)f.i air concert every e emiis ; perform
ai.pecommencinKat S; entraee totlieatie
nii)Hnton street; prUate Poxes on Chena
111 -is street.
Look out for Our Stars.
Notice to Contractors.
"131ns will un iinc.i:ivr.D i;v tiij:
undcrshnicrt at Astoria until noon.. 1 11110 I
0. 1SS2. for fnriiisliiii'r thu materials ami la. .
borfortho coustniction of abiiek building !
.flTtnO fii.t . LlnpW Inirli I., lir. rti-i..trtil In I
AsionaiorineuauteiiowsiiEiiaiinniuui -
111s association, j-ians ami Fncciacanons to
be seen at the Occident Hotel. The nshr is
eserved to reject any and all olds.
l!y order of the Koard of Directors.
a. j. ju.ui.ei;, sec'y
Oregonian copy.
JU4 dtd.
g? watelie-s.l'lnih ,ml .It-u.'Ir . ----- -,.- 3. (
vFvSsQ ''''' '"' la'' Oiili-r..! I STW-E ff. fj ftf "B TS? i
JdisssSiRiiisrs and S!a EWeRiihebossGoffeeaiidTeaPot
FOARD & STOKES. ,, w.m a v, I ki feMftJftSSWlfer
j..'i'j:irg
MISCELLANEOUS.
ST1?"
Allen
(Sl.( 'T-SSoll '10 l'.OK ,t ALLEN.)
Wio!"sdtniul reudl iH-h.Vi ,h
Provisions
Glass aRd P,ateu-- Wapei
TKOriCAl .'.Ni DOMlSTtt
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. I
.lsi;twi v.iili
1 -5-7.
i ly-ittD
Wines, Liiiaoi'a, Totacco ft Cigars
1 The l.irKi: ami aioit et'inpl.te s;,i.-u of
L'ofH's m ihir IaiA.i lie h.'in.l in the city.
I
1 'tnH'rr.fCis.,inISiiWi.oe.lji Ssiifts,
-" : - -'- -
JIAttMJ T. CROSBY,
.vsi"Oi;i v. iii:i.i;dn.
! HARDWARE IRON STEEL
! .'".'..
iron rips ana s-"Kings.
Gootis and
Fog!
SHEET LEA0 STRIP LEAD
!SVesi Tin Wa'e l Housb
urnisDingi Uoods.
JOBSltiO W SHEET IRDH, TIK. COP, I
PER PLUMBING .:rf STEAM FITTING',
1 uonu wuii r.eainesz ami aisnaic,
Done with neatness ami dispatch.
Xone liut llrst i-l.ws Korfcinen ciiiplo-.ed.
a Ian;., asso.tine.it or,
H i A I . K &
.w,,,,,,.. .. h..,
Chcnamus Street.
XOT1CE IS jIEI'EI'.V GIVEN that
the assessment inaile ly Ordinance So.
101, for the improvement and repair of
Cheiiamus -treet. between the west Side
of Cass strent and the east -ide of Jack
son street, in McCluie'.s Aatoria. in the
maiinei provided In Ordinance No. KB,
on!iicli of the following desciiiieil lots
fioutins nion that part of Clienaimts
street trout the west sideot Cas stiect
lo the east side of Jackson street, is now
due and payable at the office of the Citv
Tieasurer. 111 saideitv. in Tiiiled State's
Kold and silver coin, and unless paid
iT-;il.!i, i., r. .in... r. -.... .1... ,.. ..:.:..
...tuiii iiv; ii.ijs jiiioi 110; eiiiio;ii ui
this notice, i?.: June 12, 1&S2, the Com
mon Coiincit will order warrants Issued
for the collection thereof. The assess
ment is as follews:
, 1 'tr
! - 12
"5 O
Vami: or ewxi.i:
or LOT.
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' b
C Jtocliiii" .-j
CJioellhiK ! 1;
tJlSoellinj; j 7
J W t'earhart '. 8
?10 00
10 00
'io 00
4.-0(1
So 00
::oo
is 00
-is 00
4"! 75
4.. 7."i
13 7.j
43 75
;soo
S3 00
SSO0
SS00
;uoo
;s 00
III! Farter. .-.
iiCor''ellill 1 i,
1 Bersman and A XV
Uerry
1 lierginan and A W
Uerry
l'i"Oaresse l.&l! Asso
ciation T A Hylaiid
C Jtohr
( IIKIliolt.,
Aits C 1, Parker
Mis CI, Parker
JaniesUjiiee
J.impscf !vhe
(.'I.Parker
CL Parker
Jacob Kainm
Jacob JCaann
(Seorsc I)aidson
('corgc Davidson
John Hobson j
11
11
U
11
1L
12
12
12
IS
1.'!
T 13
! 1.'!
1 I 2il
2 20
.". 20
ST. 00
S3 00
2S 00
23 00
2S00
r:oo
S."!00
sr; 00
s;s 00
457.-.
45 75
45 75
15 75
so 00
so 00
so 00
so 00
l00
aioo
40 00
10 00
40 00
I0I111 HoIiaoii 1
1 1 20
J XV Jltinson ..
1
21
J XV Munson
A Crosbj. rnniiic
Crosby. 1'red Cros
by (heirs of A Cros
by, deceased)
i
1
i
'I
21
21
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2"
22
22
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United .States
United fetates
CI. Parker
Henry lierendes...
Oeorjel''lacI
Ueorfce. Flavel
(Jeorgc riavel ,
1
I'.y order of the Common Council.
f axor.Kis.
Auditor and Clerk.
Astuiia. Or.,.Ma 2J. ISSi
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I J!-ST "t-CEn LI) AT THh UUS I rciti:
' iimu.iiiiytMun:oi v,iias. iieimorn a large
stock of lirusscls carnet. In idrranf
patterns al from 85 cents to $1.25 per
yard.
1 1 1 n t - 1 - - 11. 1 1 1 -. 1 : 1
.. ... ' Ktf5ffea.'irrr:H-sUTE!i't.ii -- -
,, (I uUn K Nil H KS lS3S9k9"-i VIm.. AKent for the eeloUntal
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JtJLOl.JlS-i.l.UtLUjmi.
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I Dissolution of Partnership
K THE FOLLOWING :
ft-
Is it an object to save Five Dollars on a Beautiful Cloak
01 Dolman, the handsomest in Astoria?
Is it an object to save a Dollar on a Dress?
Is it an object to save Fifty Cents on a pair of Shoes?
Is it worth -while to save money in purchasing Corsets
from the largest assortment in Astoria? If so,
1
CALL AT THE
i Thc are closing out business.
iClDiliflf $ Less 011 a Suit
i
ra.cyn cnxbor lioeation:
i'322' stohe, opposite p. o.f
' I Astoria, Oregon.
fj7
W. ". m-vrg.
'rJt5Xi-:5s!i liiivjt h 1 iii'ii( Luuiiriiuii
1 r!SWjiJi 31l
i k"
&n JeliAWiS,
TWO DOOF.S EAST OF OCCIDENT, - - ASTORIA, OEEGON
CHAS. HEILBORN,
MANUFACTUKEU OF;
FXTPvNITUEE S BEDDING
AND DEALEIt IN
Carpels, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Wiiuic-iv Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
7II)ov"cop.ICEs axd curtain voles
Completo in every branch.
MARTIN OLSEN,
dkalei: in
FTTBNTTUKK zb BEDDING.
Cui'iH'i' jluin ami Siiuenioiina streets. Astoria, Oresou.
WINDOW SHADES AND TRIMMINGS; LOOKING GLASSES, ETC.
I Complete Stock.
PHIC2S A3 CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD.
.lu. uimj.s v rriixiTrisi: riaiki:i xxn vakkished.
Leinenweber & Co.,,
e. t.r.i.vK.wr.i:i::;. ,t. nnoN.
i:sTAr.Lis.u'u ttiG.
ASTORIA, OREGON,
UBS AH CuRRIEES,i
Mauufacl urers and Importer! of
A 1.L KINDS OF
s&'r&EEnEi. i
AND PIXDISOS
Wholcsaln Dealers in
OJJ, AND TALLOW.
t-rf-lli'lie-t cash price paid for Hides and!
Tallow.
xr.T i'orx.
TJY f. it. rirriinsoN, ox a sitt ix!
f- Cray-sJIarbor.iMay 10, lsS2, the follow-1
ins-.n-striiii-ii net 1.1 nvo pieces: mo two
iiicasiirhiK about lo fatlioms. f, meshes
deep. 12-piy thread ; no marks or brands,
theiewasone ca lion and somo fish in the
net u hen found, but it doesn't appear to be
much damaged. The owner of said net can
liac the lame by pnivini; property ami pay
ing charges.
AXT I.OST. I
ON Till. JIOUNTNC OF 3IAY .11st. SEV-euty-livc
fathoms of weh 40, 12. 15-mcsh !
deep, part of corks branded "C. T. & Co.'M
lietum to C. TI3UIINS, Upper Astoria. -.Vstorla,
June 1,1332. diw '
?o
rcmz
650- '.
S5 "
&$-
CALIFORNIA STORE
toil any other Store in Astoria !
:e: L-
MAY UK HAD OF
R.HAWES
HBDALLION RANGE,
vri'.AM F1TT INCS A SPECIALTY.
Vone hut the hest workmen employed.
Ul work .'guaranteed or no charge.
r-j aw39 Sfa pm
THE ESMOND,
A First-Class
Saloon and Lodging House
Newly Ilcflttcd in the Most Attractive
andCoinfortable Style.
-
San Francisco Xntionat Beer.
That eelchraled beverage fresh on draught ;
Also the finest
WINES, LIQUORS, and CIGARS
ISOEERT bl.VCLAIB. Proprietor.
Opposite thc O. It. & y. "Wharf.
! - E B (fe CO.,
.IODISE ItS I.V
1 WINES,
HQUORa
AND
CIGARS.
AGENTS FOR THE
Best San Francisco Houses and
Eastorn Distilleries.
37.M1 soods sold at San Francisco Frlces,
MAIN STREET.
Opposite Parker House, Astoria, Orejon.
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