The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883, February 05, 1881, Image 1

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Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, February 5, 1881.
No. 30.
Vol. xiv.
WH
PACIFIC COAST XEWJs.
BV MAIL AN TKW OK It'll
Ilralli ra llrfaiiMrr.
San Fkantisi o, Feb. 2. Gideon
M. Berry, who embezzled 31,000
from Ex-Sheriff Xunan, wltoEe
book-keeper he was. and who aKo
jrot a way with $4l,000 from a local
Wilding association, for which he
was secretary, in ISTfl, is icportcd
to have died in Australia, Dec.
24-tli last. liis wife awl "seven
children went from this city to
Australia four month- ago.
Tlie Lost Vouuii.
Fort Tow.-kni. Feb. 2. The
steamer California at rived at ?itka
on the 23d of January. Mike
IWerb, Pryor and their com-
, ...! ...
jianions. who were sijsru tu
have Imjcii lost, were found by the
pai ty tent to their relief. One of
the canons had been wrecked and
the party had suflered very much
from exposute to ;! vi4eiit
weather and srareity of foot!.
lrrcl or It'lri: Msi'IIrrs.
Bv ditection of Captain Glass,
commander of the .Jamestown.
Lieut. Benson arrested three Rus
sians and two Americans for dis
tiilinir lioocheiioo. He captured
their appliance and tools for dis
tilling :md destroyed all the mash
and l'njnor found These men are
under charge of Lieut. Ilanus and
are aboard the California en route
to Portland for trial before Judge
Deady.
Further lrrpl of Illicit I"UIIrrs.
Lieut. Hanus, under instructions
from Captain Glass, arrested two
men at ""Wrangle on the '20th.
They were taken in the very act
of brewing. All their stills, etc..
were captured and the mash and
liquor demolish"d.
I'lSonrro Convened to 1 annua.
As soon as the California came
alongside the dock at this place,
(.'apt. Stoddard placed the revenue
marine steamer Wolcott at the
disposition of Lieut. Hansus to
convey the prisoner-, to Taqoina.
llli'iiiplcd l:iinalitn.
On the IStir an attempt was
made to assassinate Lieutenant;
Benson, who is in command of the
marine force of the.Jauiestown,as Ite
was passing at night near the cus
tom house. Some parly unknown
sprang upon l.im from behind aih
endt-avored to trip hint up and
then drew a pistol and fired one
shot at him. the bl! soiiig thtxHirli
" -
C'ei)lr.il Hotel.
The Central hotel, near the steam
dii'i dock is now oen hh the recep
tion of gtitiats, whet the weli kjKtiMt
c.itei-er, Mr. Anton Celoh will alwas
be found iondy to wait on his jwitrons.
He has had the rUovi naiiiwd house
thoroiihl rentted by Mtwsrs. Pike
ind Stockton, mir wdl known artists.
Call and see him. as he has the miest
bntuda of liquors am! cigars to be liml
in the citj".
Sometliiiis; Xcn mid Clioice.
Have you alleud- tusted the delioi
oiib smoked sardines, excellently
adaited for luncheon or supper? If
not, try them at once. Ask your
grocer for them; they are put U ex
pressly for funniy use.
Iaitie Attention.
A beautiful assortment of coral, jet,
and steol jewelry, now all tlie fashion,
will be opened at Adlers in a few
days. Also a larye stock of other new
ijoods.
31allet. atTant Coiipcr Hiiiullc.
Cannery mens work will be done in
V- good style by Henry Gallon, Astoria,
"()rgon. If you will give him j'otir
orders now he can be doing the work
in dull timus, making it advantageous
to all parties.
Fresh smelt at Warren .V. Eatons.
An excellent variety of valentine?, j
entirely new, at Adlers book store.
Warrantee deeds at The A
toriax office.
iTi lappei oi ms dw. "-jqwentMeiN. i highly eMeeiwed Wj H-Mieriiur is required. The beds VJaiIIH(i i TUStS UlIU .IWljl ,
was nimble to I'.ra an idea ofaUlltsMWrB f Ui,rv. t )ias ftM. a- - . . . , : '
wlulIll .1... viii.iH .-... oti-iiM- io l . i it ' i- lCMM tmrfll w""e " rk-h x Bacon. Hams. Shoulders, Lard.
win mi the villain was. ouing to Uiz ummj been i UriKJis hsc as . , - , '
,, , . i I t i- i. r i - . , , , , heavy dressing of some two or. ,.,.,. 1(r.r,.ri, .nx:w
t he darkness, bat he believed hinr tlnar gtHttdartl biNks, at the nrice ,".,- , . ! '. I l l.l. l Jli.il..
, , , ,. -v, -.. v ,- three inches of manure beinir'
"'"vcb!w"" "!""'- I'-LllIwirJI ru. i ufc ,-...!,,,. irlFresh Fruits and Vegetables,
ukxekal" fokeigx xew.s.
nr JIOI. ANU IKI.KKKM'H.
( faarlrjt Ko : omul Again.
Loxihn, Ont., Feb. 2. It it
probable that the genuine and only
original Charley lioss has been
discovered on the farm of Joseph
Bonn, a German. He was taken
from home one day by two men
in a bugsy, and remember noth
ing more until he arrived among
Indians, except crossing a river,.
probably the Niagara. He was
placed in an Indian family and
cruelly treated and beaten. He
fled, and after many adventures,
last ()cu4er came to Mr. Bonn,
who refuses to give him up except
to his father.
:la!slour Itrsitlt-urr 1'uanlrd.
Lonim., Feb. 2. Fearing a
Fenian attack, the police guard
Gladstone's lesidenee and attend
him at a distance.
A Bogus Prophecy.
It is well known that Mother
Shipton prophesied that the world
to an end would come in 1SS1.
This forecast has not yet had a
depreeiating effect on real estate,
and it is rather, doubtful if the
most super-titiousOregonian would
sell anything any less on account
of it. Mother Shipton wa a gar
rulous old lady, whose manuscript
is dated 1 4A$. 1 ler book of local
prophesies, which i in the British
Museum. tear date 1041. If, at
that time, the lino were written,
that "carriages without horses
would go," and that "through
mountain men shall ride,-" "and
iron swim on the sea.' the book
would be, indeed, remarkable.
But these prophetic phrases, to
gether with the 1SS1 prediction,
are all forjrenes on the old lady.
In 1864 Charles Iiindley, of Brigh
ton. England, published Mother
ShiptouV lxok, in which he inter
polated the lines refenedto. The
3. SSI prophesy was taken from
Piazza Smith's. readinr of the
hieroglyphics in the grand gallery
of the Pyramid. Iiindley after
wards eonicssou his li'n posture
, publicly.
Decisii'e Battles of the World.
Ckwv's eMiviMel
utae nnrmtiii" tint
tcn dicMve battles of the mtrldjsreea hiihwi " " '
thm;fe luittleo .f whk-h a cuntrary
event wmild have eeMtnt ally varied the
r , ,, ,
ttntNiM if the Horkl in a'l it Mibse-Jaiid
American BKk Exchange, New York, j forced too rapidly, the tender) I'lSil. 1'on.TIIY , c.AMl
at the mmiiMal hicc of S3 cents. It (leaves of tin lettuce are subject to I' ' -aMNi.
f..i-Mfc ne of their Acme Ijtbraiv tf!
Hiaiory, which iitdndus Maeauhiy'j
l'3ug!anl, SI 25 (reduced from S7 30),
CiibbimV RHtie, $2 00 (reduced from
Si) 00, Kollin's Ancient Histiny,
SI 73; Froiseait's Chronicle, $1 50,
Hitd to which list will .soon be added,
a; eaiuly low prices, Grote's CSroece,
Green's (laige) England Moiumseu's
Rome. Mason's Guijvot's France, Car
lyl5 Frendi Revolution, Schiller's
Thirty Years War. Catathiguca of the
stambud low-prt id lxioks of the
T,t.is.r-i- 1?..i..lti..l. u.:n 1... -. .... I
a,nlicaiion to the American jookcco, the refuse steals of the ei-ar
Exchange. Trsbune buildimr. New-
York.
We nrc in receipt of a copy of
the Trilwue abtuiunc for 1SS1. It
emtains the official vote of the United
State and also an olSeiul record of
the lMtioiiel census, besides com
plete uongtvssKHial and United States
.statistics and other valuable mtonnh
tKH. It was compiled by Hon. Ed
ward McPhorson, a statistical! of na
tional reputation, and no pains have
1kiii spnred to secure absolute accu
racy. It is issued by tlie Tribune as
sociation, New York. Price twenty
five cents,
Have WistarV bateam of wild cherrv
always at hand. It cures cougiis. colds,
bronchitis, uiioonhi? ronh. nrnun. in-
, J ttuenza, consumirtion. and all throat and
- f lung complaints. 0 cento aml?l a bot-
iic
An Enterprise for "Women
An enterprise which women
iiiight easilv euntsre in is lettuce-
. . ,"i w , l
raising. 1 here 16 a great demand
for it now throughout the winter
IUI II HOW lJIIUIl"IIUUt Ulv. 1VII1M.I.
It is onlv a few vears since its con-
-'
sumption was confined to New' Moment" in 'n- ImhuK .Morice "in o-
Vrl- .lmr:i ..vnltt.'vU- ThU chI - -r- lOhanlHniee Hith his
York almost e.clusiel. " Unm, mI. sta- with In-iliaiuimm
metropolis is still the great market1 ji-.'.'er.-wiihhi ;eniianecenirMities.
. r . :amlair )at belie bahtu li a er i-
lbr it; but there is a constantly : thetn '.lai.ririiial. liwnaine pathetic
i ! - it .i i alv is Nickern. Nine ieoik in the
growing demand m all other large j, wrl. aiMl i.jh'tioii .i,.ial m
cities. Formerly lettuce was forced i
altogether in hot-beds or cold i
- i r it t '
frames during fall, winter and ,
.Mtir- lint tlw. ,n-.yt IhIwm- rf
spnug, nut the great lalnr of
tending tm beds in our severe Mnvi. I'matr Ih)immi ('1i-ii:uihi-.
winter weather, together withtliej" i ISCELLTvX E( l"S.
uncertainty of jettiinr a ootl crop, I
has of late years led enterprisimr j Machinist Wanted.
- 1 tll V T
TJirdeners to I mild larjre irrcen-'
houses for the express purpose
oi lorcmg iciiuce, anu me enter-1
prise has gi-nerally been sucees-1
ful. In spring the hot-bed is ens-!
:i I....1 .,...! i .. : i !
uv HuiM.il mm irum:-.- I.- ifeiiiujis
quite as easily grown in it :ls in
the greenhouse; but during winter
the the greenliouse proves more
satisfactory. When the seed are
planted, and thev are easily sow-
ed, there is little to be none hut
transplanting, weeding, watering
and keeping the temperature
equable. The greatest trouble, of
course, is getting it to market in
crisp condition. The best variety
of lettuce for forcinsr is the'
white-seed tennis ball. It is
a (lUicK growing- sort, anu
makes a good bed in about
three mouths from seed during
winter, or in eight weeks in spring.
The plants are usually trans
planted twice, in order to save
space. The seed will come up in
five das after sowing, and will
need transplanting about two or
three weeks afterward. At this
time it is usual to set the plants
three and a half inches apart: and
when they berin to crowd, which
will be about three or four weeks,
later, to set them at seven inches !
apart. They sliould be ready for
usc and well headed in five or six
weeks after the fust transplanting.
The tcnijerature that is liest suited
to growing gtxxl lettuce is 41) tie-
Zi MlS IV W I4VIIV llllllj
T" '.iwhile Uv sttiilisht the temperate'
jlv mtercstiM" vil- , ; . ' , ,
hwK.ryf the jjf I '"ay le allowed to rise to iH)de-
, ,'r ti... ..l,i irrees witliodt doiuir liann. Thei
beds m-ed abumlaut watering in
i spring; but in tlie damp weathei.
i , f, , , ,
dark da of winter but little
stirt of blirnt or "burn, whteh
often damages a larre share of thei
crop. On the other hand, if the f
. . , , '
lettuce is rrown tot) slowly, at a'
i
low temperature, it is subject to a
disease r funrus, ealled mildew,
which is often very destructive.
To keep a mild, even heat is the
safest way. Lettuce is also often
damaged to a considerable extent
by the aphis, or louse; but tins can
be avoidetl by suiekins: with to-!
factory beinrued fortius purpose.
A larire Scotch company of far
iners and manufacturers are com
ins; to Indiana earlv in the spriu.
and Indiana is preparing to give
them a suitable reception. "Well
they may, for no better class of pop
ulation ever emigrated to this coun
try. When they euine they leave
the old country behind them, and
accept of tlie new. with all its cus
toms and laws. Too many emi
grants in fleeing from oppressions
attempt to bring tlieir countiy
with them with all their erroneous
notions.
Lawyers briefs printed in fine
style, at This Astokiax wfiice.
AMI'S Nil K.rs.
Hill's Vajuktibs.
Ceo. Hill. iroifirtr. FreiU'ere.inaii-
asser. The entertainment will conclude
with l)r. Fowler or "Mesmerism. anil
the -new edHni nartln Niekerson
a,Ml Sta' ' The eenins anmf-
lill,uiI111,.lluu.uil, ilu.uiur iy,iyi.
lar Hrst rt. iekeixni ami M..Ie as
y..'n "", t. mv- inn mutes
erilK'Mn. (nine ami mt for iiiirelf.
New orchestral -t'lftio ami new
nntsie on the irraml -4a ml umivr
yM. hwlor-iiii. of Mr. (;eorsc UmlH-rt
' ' ,5:'' M- The eiilertaiiiiiH'iit will
ilMfslJlt .. ElllRllKH.(M, lu.MitU
j.
THIS OITHT.
Piano
fiei: s,ai.K K KKXT.
7-nMV''" J '"
m i:.-. ii. I'.i:kki:.
n tlif l'.irkr Ili?.
Wood Choppers Wanted
m: dollar and twenty
T lM: OOI.I.AI: AM) T K.NTY-F1VE
A.
1Y. rui" ivr iinl Aiitl at
LTiU ; WII.M. FMHFRssttw.
10B0 Piles Wanted.
BIDS FOR FfRXIMUNG THE FOI.
4iHiHK iKlhisun- ii"irnl :
tm iHk. 12 mclto IfatHH'trr. ."nitti .V ftt-t.
iL".1 jih .. L . . .-, -... f .
IHreknl.
i"iO iilt'. II iwIh iliatarttY, MotC fft.
lieekil.
w Mk. J" iwIk- iliniiHter. rui t ." fwl.
with iwrK
ITm-o Mv n- wantit! :i1nhi1 .Iihh. Imt
Umim- ntHiiii it Ii ive lli Iwrk hi kiwiIiI
1m ! lie rai iH'k :1m ni mn. PikMii
iMTaniilMHililHhi'n'iliiitlH't'iiluiriltiti rhtr. ,
Hiirrr a MtMiiiiHHti tan n-jicii iim-iii.
M. V. CALLKN'DER.
KhiiiiIii. W". T.
KhhKim. FiIi.I. 1.-81. itet-Hlt.
580 Reward.
atUE.vn DOLLAILS WILL RE RAID
fnrllK?rvnT of isi-li irf llM" IhmII-.
otrHirlMiixiiHii ilnmiiiliiiCi4uiHbia ntr
near Rnniktlcltl ihi WvlniMlay Iat. whllf
s:iii; fnnii 1'iSIar n'I to RnmKtk'M. Oim
ma tHfiitHHH" of ae.and lial hi
lu jk-imi" at tlH linia Hi fk f S'ju.unl
fVfii iMIars in ilrr. Tla -iimiI wh
ihc:ii -ihnt tcmin old mihI haI a piol :ihI
m- on iioRsirs in ltT. Tlii'tliirilwa tweiitj
fHir xi-hinoIiI .uhUwI tiin'i Dfiit ilollai
golil li-i. a tvi'iit-lHviviit jMt-r'. ami a
-ilvTWtrli. TIi fourth wa tHi-ntv-i-eikl
vcar-xiklaiHl hail -155 hi KkL Tin- ali.ie
ifwaels hiILIm ikiM Ii tin nik'iNitnuil.
I.VN i 1 1 UNI ; & CO..
Or I'll IN LINli. I'.irtlaiHl. On-m.
Alon.i. Opm -jt Uh 1ih
WELCJL I1ILJ,
' WATER WORKS
Kiiriii-lt Mirt'
Sl'RINi; WATEi:
to IJjltliHI.
Custom Solicited,
l1N-alMlS-IM,nl
u.iIit Htnrv nil-
M.inll on IwihI.
I1iiim!miu? :it n-.t
tt?
iMHl ibh nt-.
iMihi-
Wi-
' '-:" """ ' :.f uriVn ll,v"r-.. ,
.1 - W. Wl.Li II. atni
.na...
,nA-m t it i f-n-t-m
j VV'jM w VARKKT
j J',,'r-u -""-' --
mi lisinl. simIi as
i Cf..lC.s .IAI rois.VCTO.
5m l WLMls A"M) LKllOI.
All -um M caii. i .ihhs Mt .m hm-
lal-shHi. onposttv I. V.r:tsfssiv.
.i. roih.ers.
TTr -, - ,
WaSillllgtOll MaiKet,
; Ji" Nrtif, -
Astoria riregoj
J HEHGMAX ( IlEIillY
i 1L-P!:cthLL call THE atikn.
1A two of the iiiohr to tbe fact thm tb
J :ilMe-Markei will alKx5 bt supplied wits a
FTLL VARIETY RIT (JUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS!
Which will behold at kove-t rates. wholesale
ami retail, special attention jrivon tesupplj
n? sah.
l. K. W kkn. T. U. Eat
Astoria Market !
OIM'OMTK. iKflDKNT HiiTK. ,
ASTOKIA. --- - OKEl.OX.
tVARKKX A. KATO.V. Irir!itor.
fStHMM II an d- NcGnir?
tVbvteMile aad Retail Dealers in
Fresii and Cured Weats
A full line of
FAMILY CROCKRIHs. I'LOt It. FKKI
HAY. CANNEIi FRUIT. VEC.F-
TARLKs. ETC.
iB"R:tor. Ekjm. CLee?e. ete. eunftiintly
en hand.
cB Shihs Miiplied at the lwet rates.
THERE WILL RE A BALL
GIVEN AT MUSIC HALL 0'
THIS
SATUKDAY EVENING.
jflL
as.iss-
rrtv-'9x.Qrr2iZ
ajTTy," v
.. ... . ....
BANKING AND INSURANCE.
BANKING AHDINSURAHGE.
X, TAT, CAfeE,
BROKER, BANKER
VM
IN8URAHGE AGEHT.
ASTORIA, --- OREGON
OFFICE HOURS:
FROM S O'CLOCK A. M. UNTIL 4
O'CLOCK P. M.
Hone Mntnal taraice Co.,
OF CALIFORNIA,
F. F. IIorniiTON. .
I'KA-. K. TOK
GKo. 1 TOl
FreMilettt
s"eer'tr
.At:i'iit for l -(;oii
Otttal iwltl tip in I'. S. gold
in . $ .J0 00) W'
L W C ISi:. Agent.
CtwiiMMib street. Astoria. Oreitn.
67,066,0Qp CAPITAL.
L1YKRPOOL AND LOvrON AND
GLOBE.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCAN
TILE UF LuNDON AND
EDINBURGH.
OLD CONNECTICUT OF HART
FORD, AND
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Rei.resentia? a capital of C7.0OO.000.
A. VAN DUSEN. Ageut.
HOTELS AND RESTATJRANTt.
a..i. MKOI.KU,
c.s. wnic.HT
occmK.vr iioti:l.
MBt'LEK & W'KUSlll. I'roi.rietors.
Attorio, Oregon.'
rnilE FROFRIKTORS ARE HAPPY TO
X aniHHiiK-e that Hh uImhc hotel Int.- leei
n'uuiittil ami refuniLlHil. aihling snwtl t
tlu fonifort of it?iH-.t- anil i now the hesi
hotel north of Shii Fraiicico.
I . W . KOW LKs. AL ZIKIIElt,
t'LARi:.I)0 HOTKr.
I'OKTLAMJ. - - - - OREGON
ZIEBER & KN0WLES, Proprietors.
Frre conch to and from the house.
0S-Tiik Duia AsToutAN isiHi file at the
('lan-mliHi Hotel mulnijr rnuiii.
Pioneer Restaurant Hotel.
MAIN STREET. - ASTORIA
3Irn. S. A. .Arrixoni.. I'roi.rietoii;
rilHKTRAVELIM Vl RLIC AVILL FI.ND
JL the Pioneer llrst cl.is m all resjiects.aiiil
.i siwre of their iwtrtHiage Ls resiiectfuUx
s.rfkiteil.
sFRril aiil IimIkIhkIa theila orweeK.
Post-office Restaurant.
MAIN STRI.irr. - ASTORIA.
.JOSEPH MTTI!i:s. PRliPK
mills Is FIRST Class RlMAI'RM
9 L.-iil ! tin- Kliiolx.l. itl. in Ki-aWkinv..-
Irrs in -,-n sj- M.i. Mn-et. IkIwi.-m1
I iKMiaimis aiiil siiu'IihhiIm. !
I
ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS w-inMSXART"
ltm s!.ilfwui $tlo'0eeidtHt Hotel Httir Dosing Saloon
V4 I S
rim 0
MAIN sTRLirr. AMHRIA.
milK I XllEUMl.XEH Is PLE.VSEH TO
JL aiiiKHim-e to lfci-
Ladies and Gentlemen of this City
That he is mm )iivitreil t fiimih fur them,
in llrst i-L-is, s j ,-. an! - ery h.
OVSTKRs. HOT COKFEF. TE.V, ETC.
VI TIIK
Ladies and Gent's Oyster Saloon.
MAIN n-IKEEI.
lle;iM me me a i:iP.
ROM! IE I)IiiX.Pnirk-lr
The New York Oyster Saloon
Will Mre Io their It'iisttaiHTs .from this
l"" . lo.Hi Ws
TEA. COFFEE. CHOCOLATE.
I'uMern O.i-ters. A5a.- on Hand,
Ami will leketasa Bist ehiss oster Sa
Iihmi. hi hrt el:iss stl.
IiAMEL (.RANT. Manager.
PIKE & STOCKTON.
hcoxjse, sxcrr
-AMT
-CARRIACE PAINTERS,-
PAPER HANGING AND WALL COLORING
A sl'hl-I VI.T.-
GLAZING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
ttJshoi m't diMir to Astoruu tllWce, in
Shiister's liuihlin.
iVAIC IS DEfLARHI) WITIIOL'T
Fl'RTHKK XOTICE
AmiI no teniH of jn'm-e until eprviittni m
Astoria has a ik'h suit of clotlies
1IAIK BV 3IEAXY.
Ijok at the prices .
F.iH to onler fnuu - - - SS w
Pants. GemiiiK French 1'a.ssimere - 12 ft)
Suits from - - - - - -'Sw
Tlie finest Mae wf samples m the coitsi to
select from. P.. I. ME.VXY.
Mi'rehant Tailor. I"arker House. Atona
BUSINESS CARDS.
I Q. A. BOWLBY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. -Clwnamn.
Strtft. - ASTOKIA. OREGON
fi Y. Fl'LTOX.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTOKIA - - - OREGON"
Oftk-e i er Pace & Alien Uro, Cs- street
T W. KOltlt.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTORIA ... - OREGON
Ofliet' o vr AVarr n & Eaton's A.-tHiH llar
ket, oHMfc.r tlte (Venlfht HoH.
i v. iioi.ii:x,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
AlCnONEEK. COMMISSION AND IN-
SUItANCK AGENT.
A YANDUSEN. " '
NOTARY PUBLIC.
( iKMiamus s.rtet. near Oi'fMvttt Hotel,
ASTORIA. OREGON.
Agent WelK Farpo & C.
IS
Til. It. RARER. 31. i.
Okkh K--Net kior to Cairt. Rt raI
(h no. C:l Stifft.
Ofhi-k Hoi u---FriMii j a. h. ti u A.3t.
ami fti'iii i. m. to 4 t. .M.
Tj P. HICKS.
DENTIST,
ASTORIA. --- - OREGON-
Rooms In Alk-nS buiklius up Mans, comer
of Cass ami Siiemocqlie stieet.
TTIt. 31. 1. .TEXXIX;S.
PHYSICIAN AND SfRGEON.
Gnulnate 1'iiIveiMty of Virginia. 1868.
Phj snilaii to IJav View lio-pltal. Ikiltimors
Citj . IStiii-TO.
Ofkick In P.;e S. Allen's bnildintr, up
-tair. Astoria.
JAY TI'TTLI, 1I. I.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Ofkick Otrr the White IIoiue Store.
RKsinRNTK Next iloor to Mrs. Munson's
lionnlm. huit.se, Cheiiamas street. Astoria,
Orejmn
1 v. oJtciiAin.
DENTIST.
Dental Jtoom
SlItsTFUs
I'lnitograuh Ruihlin?
TT A. .HcIXTOSlI.
MEItCIIANT TAILOR,
Oceul-iit;flot-l r.iiihliap.
ASTORIA - "- - OREGON
Q II. IJAIN it CO..
DF.Vl.Mt IN
Doors, IVinilow.. Itlind.x, Tram
soms Iuinlir. Kte.
Alt kinds of Oak. Lumber. Glass, Rout Ma
terijri. ete.
Steam Mill Hear ston hotel. Cor. Geri
ete ami Astor -.tref t-.
G. FAlKFOWL & tJON,
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS
Portlunil and Astoria, Oregon.
Lefur Jv prmyun to toer.MeersJtCo,
Allen Jc LevK Cor oittJtMacleny.
Portland. Oregun.
ASTORIA - OREGON
Hoi.
I'olc!. sliHMrr,
sliani ami siiZplnn- r
C"
liA 1 US'.
3rs"xewl atlfhttoii i h toLidles'and
Inliiren's hair utting
Private Lntnim-e for Ignites.
Ayil.I.IA.U I'R.
PRACTICAL
ISOOT AAI NIIOi:
MAKER.
CllK JUs STUKKT. OpiKisltl Aijk r Boole
store. - ASTOKIA (IKI(.l.
3" lVrfeet Hts uamntceil All work
v arrant .l. Gfe me a trial. All orders
lromHl nl'ci:
J. T. BOROHERS
CONCOMLY TKEET. ASTOKIA,
Maiinf ii'turtr ami P.ukerof
CAVIAR, SMOKED SALMON.
Cash ail lor fresh
11 LACK STTKGEON SPA"VYN.
smoked stunreiai. ami smoki il salmon put
up latins to ship to aii rt of tlie woriiL.
Alo, tnmt Iwit iniIiixhi ep.) not up In cans
ami uarrantcil to keep am length of time
Depot at Rogers Central .Market, eoruerol
Ca?saml Cliciianitt- streets, Astoria.
Music Lessons.
T. F. CULLEN and C E. BARNES,,
TEACHERS OF
VIOLIN, PIANO, GUITAR, COR
NET AND BANJO,
WiHihl like a few pnills on either of thfe
almve instruments.
Terms Eight lessons for five dollars.
"Orders left at Stevens &. Son-, book
store.will be pnnii!) attended to-
DE3. j&.m CTJIZSTKr-
dal-r in
F.UIII.Y 2ROCUIES.
iSAiijs. 3iir.r. rEED xxi hay.
Cash paid for eoiuitr produce. Small'
prollts on casti sales. Astona, Oregon, cor
ner of Main and Miueinocuhe .streeto.
Wanted.
1 ftCf I'OUXDh RAGS OF all kinds.
JL.'JJJJ clean ami dr. at the Umbrella,
vfWiiJrT
Jl&t:
&i,iir
JKux
hoi. Main sheet, bv
J. JOI'LIS?.
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