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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1881)
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Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday iVloriiiiig. October 5, LS8L
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AX ANTIQUE CRAZE.
"We do considerable trade in
June and July," said a dealer to a
reporter of the New 1'ork Sun.
"People often come in from the
watering-places to get the first
chance at any good things we may
have discovered at the May auc
tions. It takes us some time to
patch tli em up to suit the market.
Yes, there is always a certain de
mand for those worm-eaten but
pathetic relics of the infancy of
the republic. We sell to many
nice people who have a taste for
the ancient and honorable in furni
ture, and then we have another
class who buy freely and pay high
prices. T refer to the newly rich.
During the past ten years many of
them have taken a kind of dislike
to the word '.shoddy;' they have
found out what it mean;-, you &ee.
As a consequence, there arises a
regard for the 'old antique," as
they call it, which increases our
yales and raises our profits on
everything classical and lickety in
the way of furniture and decora
tives. Folks that cannot show a
long line of ancestors make up for
it by good collections of not strict
ly reliable tables and chairs."
"Is it in men or women that this
mania predominates?' ,
"Women. Men get the fever
second-handed like, from their
wives. We have to be wide awake
in selling, for we can't make sales
without asking high prices. Some
months ago a hostler came in with
an ugly rag of a rug to sell. It
was large, but, an ugly, queer,
faded-looking thing, evidently a
worn-out imitation of those Persian
or Turkish mats which look as
though they had been dragged
through some retail paint shop. I
gave the man a dollar lor the
article, and my porter gave a half
hour's experience with a club.
Then I cut a long breadth out of
the threadbare center, squared up
"the ends, and put a carpet sewer
to stitching the pieces together,
adding, of course, a heavy black
fringe. Within a week two ladies
called, and being of the new
artistic school, the', of course,
picked out that mat, the ugliest
thing in the shop. 'How tender
in color,' said one, and she about
hit it. It was tender in other
respects, too, if she had only
known the fact. CA precious relic,
indeed,' said the other. 'Is it Mos
lem, sir?' '-Pure Moslem, ma'am,'
said 1 ; 'all wool comes from the
Adams family.' 'What is the
price?' she asked. Now, I'm an
old dealer, but I hesitated for fear
I shouldn't ask enough to impress
her. She took my confusion for a
reluctance to sell, and from that
moment her mind was made up.
She took a careless turn around
the room, and by that time my
mind was made up, too. No, no;
I wouldn't be willing to state the
figure we settled on; it was private
"Did you sell manr of these old
'The sales are not so very large,
but profits are quite fair. Antique
furniture is our main hold; it sells
right along. It is hard to keep
up a really good stock. Here is a
fine old set all mahogany. I had
to pick up that piece by piece,
and some of it was pretty well
smashed up. You see, it is finished
in 'a peculiar style; all the table
and chair legs are mounted on a
lion's claw, holding a brass ball
handirons -to match. It's very
rare and valuable worth 81,000.
Some call them Hancocks."
"After the general, of course, so
solid and heaay."
"Oh,blessyou,no! After old John
Hancock, governor of Massachu
setts, and signer of the Declaration
of Independence. There have
been at least one thousand sets of
that respectable old gentleman's
furniture .sold here in Boston.
Mine is the only original set, and
this is why I have taken the lib
eify to carve a rudimentary II on
the back of the remotest arm
chair. Eveiy perfect set contain
tains the old patriot's favorite
chair. We alvay put a handsome
silk baud across the arms
because we wish tn retain for
the purchaser the sole right to
sell it. This, fine did chair is the
one known to have been used by
Gen. Howe dming his lesidence
in Boston at the 1 evolutionary pe
liod. 1 have two letters strictly
authenticating it. I 1 egret to say,
however, that from the number of
Howe chairs in the market, that
officer must have spent most of his
time in moving ftoiu one chair to
another, and done considerable
more sitting down than fighting.
This one is genuine.
"Certain lines of revolutionary
ai tides are always good; people are
only too anxious to believe in them.
Washington, however, are diffi
cult to sell. The public must
draw the line somewhere, and it's
generally at AVashingtons and Jef
fersons. A dealer spoiled the
market lor Washing-tons. You seel
he sold a secretary with a contem
porary certificate, and some fool
held it up to the light 'and found
the water mark to be ISoO. Such
manifest rascality injures business;
it wound up the Washingtons, and
1 had to mark down a Martha
Washington bedstead to an Aaron
Burr. I did sell a Jefferson hat- safety. If anything had been left sPPaK xne senument 01 an mat .rerny in rem in iim . 1 ne rountess.
. ! ,J .'a , . . , his wife, was prostrated by an internut-
stand three years ago, but it by the Jeannette in a cairn 011 j poiiioii 01 our people wnen we t,.nt f,.u-r. riomwhieh she was freed by
stretches an honest dealer's reputa-i Vrangel Land it would have becn!sai- that we scnrji at and ridicule '".rk'or 'waraViilriM4!!
tion to make many very ancient left in the place most accessible
sales. Mayfloweis T cannot con- to exploring vessels, or at such a
scientiously handle; no amount of place as they would be most likely
swearing will make them go. De'to land. The Corwin, in the brief
"Witt Clintons and Hamillons are j exploration, found no evidence
all sent to Boston just now, and 'that the Jeannette had ever
they send us B. Franklins and
Adamses, all having ancient cer-
tificates and Boston postmaiks in
short, the most reliable evidences.!
Some of the lettei-s. von will ob-i
' r J
serve, are pasted under the seat. I
Here is something from Philadel-I,
Y.l..n .. .1...... ...1....1. I.j-k I . figi I 1
JUKI .1 Uliail Mllllsll DtiVIJi-fll 111 I
the honored I enn. See Us strength!
and capacity evidently made to
order. Now, here is the original
stool which Nathan Hale sat on
just befoie his ex "
"I see. Have you any sale for
tlYes, but it doesn't do to keep
more than three or four dfctin-
ffuished foreign aiticles in sight at !
0 . , . .
a time. There's some furniture 1
nni ,-...1.1.. ...,.... 4 t . ilrf-.. nnrtltt
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Something Added to Geographical
Since the first repotted discov-1
ery of "Wrangel Land it has been
an open question whether the
land was not a myth, or whether it
was an island or an Arctic conti- i
nent. The Corwin has established
this much, that .Wrangel Land ac
tually exists, and so far as is known
the first white men who ever set
foot on that land were those from
the Corwin. It is not now known
whether it is an island or a conti
nent. The fact that a large river
was flowing down to the sea would
I seem to indicate that the land was!
extensive. No signs of the Jean -
nctte were discovered. It was the
intention of Capt. De Long to
touch at "Wrangel Land, and to
leave there some account of his
voyage. It is not even known
that the Jeannette ever touched at
any part of this land. The search,
Ai z riiii iiiriijrrii 11 iz viio inr ! 1 t
dealer to act tin to the orincinle ' - prevent if the sisvor.il oulleLs t sste,nlii peircc.oi.uu-ana maintain in
ueaier 10 act up 10 me pnncipit. ... Tf ulPnse to e-dl it ', , , health action the whole machinery or
that his -oods are as likely to be au- ". " P ,? T ,- th soa wer0 0)0nlJ,1 aml ll,a'1 ,i,V Mreliiiip ami pffechial. they
,. . ,,,,",, IT will command anvthui": in this :I , , v x.,.; -w.. aie cpcciallj ailapted to the nccilsof
thentic. as not. If he doesn't know 1 , " . , ... available. Uo)vallts Ucurtto. the digestive appamtu. ileranijemcnts
. ., , . . . . JV ' room to move. I said will you rrrr - "or wliieh the preent and eiuc. if
Lf,i,r "wo,1., rJir rov;',iease ,o ,nve """ ""' ? -&wiil&2&
inat men articles .ire wliat tlie , , nmninnnd that lonL-- n.wl Tim nonal rode of China cou-.weakeml" coiistitntioiH. where a mild
., .- -..., ...v.ft... .v ... -. "' " 1 t I -I. .. A 1 1
ii.. i- . ' 1 " 1
however, was necearilv brif.
The land is desolate, and verv lit-j
, .. ,,,. .
tie animal life was- seen. I he fact
that Wi angel Land has been
found and a lauding made, goes to
Teduce the chances somewhat of I
finding the Jeannette. Whether
she was crushed before she
reached this point, or touching it
and go'ng further north, and has
not been crushed at all, is still the
The Rogers is the best equipped
ship which has ever entered the
Arctic through Behring .straits for
exploration. .She will make a most
thorough search, jroinjr far beyond
Wrangel Land if possible, and far
beyond any latitude which the
whalets have ever reached. No
less than fifty-four whaling ves
sels have been lost since 1ST! in
that part of the Arctic frequented
by whalers which enter by way i f
Behriug straits. These vessels
were only of the usual strength,
and, of course, took unusual haz
zants in order to make successful
voyages. The Corwin sends the
intelligence of the los of the
Daniel "Webster during the present
., , n ,.
.season. Besides the re-discovery
of Wrangel Land, wheh s in- "" "' ....- .,,....,..1.
portant as a geop-raphical Tact, l lie! r,vcr biir i ws "
mik- mhnr L. nf i.nnnrhnn.. iJto look after Portland's interest,
only otner laet ot importance is ' -
that the exploration reduces ,iie.
it ?i-.. f t .t 1
prooaoilllies OI ever llliailljr tliei
Jeannette. altliniiffli if in an onen
sea she had jone much further!
north and had then become fast in
the ice, the brief exploration on
"Wrangel Land would not estab
lish a theory adverse to possible
reached the land. S. F. Bulletin.
Who Moves Materials by Will.
.. . . .
lir. 1 eebles. Who was loriliei Iv
p - Trh:7nT .1 lins k
. . r -, , . n
lecturiuvr on iiuua ami tens
11 I 1 .1 7
following, which excels the powers!
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: f .1 01 -. . . '
of the average Spiritualist: .
The old man said "If vou will . .. , . . 1
111c 0111 m.111 sain. 11 ou A'"jthe people of the whole state and
tnice your seats 1 win say my,4Vork lo (lt.voll), lho inttM.K llf
prayers; then T think I shall have j evm. oraIi (Tllil ead, a
power to move any object in this , outet n Ue Js fI v (,(..
room. Tie prayed most devoutly. ' .1 ..i ...1 : i .i ......
I saw on the table a manuscript
book; over on the corner were
. :niiir nnnrriolr nlnmr nr fr?tllinic
TT ' ,. , ., . .
Ii went through with his prayers,
and burned incense. He then
praved ainun. Now, said the old
, he pointed to it, and said come
this way, and the book trembled,
feu to the floor, and slipped along
the floor to his feet. He told the
I feathers to come out of the case.
1 They leaped around the room. I
j was nstonished. I was surprised.
T said, "Tell inc. how you do this.'
He said, "You, an enlightened
man, ask a poor Brahmin heathen
how he does this. 1 believe in
Brahm, the one living and true
God, as you sa-; and Brahm is
powerful, lla moves all material
things, and just so far as I become
Brahm-like or God-like, just so
far as I control my passions, sub -
due my earthly nature and live
' in the divine, 111 the same
ratio do i nave power to
move anytmng wiinin me range
of my voice or my radia
tions. "And bo," said lie, "by
prayer, by the holy life T have ob
tained this divine nnwer from
Brahm." And then he told me
how he lived; about n bathinirj
about his food, about his prayers,
.. i ,iv v, .. x "
a most devout lite, before I arose
to go, 1 said to him that in our
country we ale considerable animal
food. He replied, I have so heard.
He said furthermore, I have heard
that in your country you actually
eat swine's llesh. Is it so? 1 told
him yes, we ate swine. Said he,
"As the lobster is t lie scavenger of
the sea, swine are the scavengers
oftheeaitli. They eat the filth
iest food, they are unhealthy anil
full of scrofula, fot bidden by the
oitiK. And I have heard vou
actuallykilltho.se hogs and bury x,.u :IilHMer.v Kstab1Isiiniit.
them, 'and eat them when they; 5r,x. E. s. WHrren"o,-ns t.wlay a new
have been six months dead! (Jood ! ami complete stodc of milliner at here:
, ., , . . ,, j tahlishment, rui ner ("ass and Jefferson
day, said he, and the old man , sd.vts. Her stork comprises nil that is
...,.. i.i ... d. .!-. i......i ...;! . ! neu . in I he mutter, of haN. hounds.
would not shake hand:, with nic. ,ih( .,,.,,. fa, enirs. rib-
"Xo Pent-iip Ullea, I'.lc"
The East Oiegonian sas: l-Joiu-nals
in different parts of the stale
are already clamoring lor a man ' Asthkuv has now reached a
CT , .circulation which places it at the head
to represent some pet schemes ol ' (r the list of Oregon dailies, and insures
fhiMrmi-irtm mtf luvr:f orii r)ii.-,,":l,,'t'r,i,,"s thereof more benefit for
their quarter, toniiwcsicin Uie- ,h. limml lliX ,ha:, wai besccured
2-on demands a man from that nor- H-ewlim: To those vho wish to reach
. , , ' the largest number of readers at the
tton of the state, because it wants smallest espouse, we offer the columns
Yaquina bay improved; the north-
western notion wants a man from
1 w w.mus .1 man mm
lit 1 r i. (it i.:..i
while p.:usiern urepm wanta rep-
rncmitntivr wlin will irl ;m !Miiirn-
" vi- 1
Potion for the Cascade lock?.
III legard to the above as-r-: furwile at from .T to s per thousand.
tions we e-in onlv ,lPol- for the ' C:i11 an'1 ,ixaminp' near AstPrIa cenu!
lions wc can oni speau 101 uie ,oiy .Ioii.v Wii.uamso.v.
people of feoutiiwetern Oregon,
or the friends to the improvement
of Yaquina bay. V believe we '
dea of suppoitng a man to
... , , .1
sent us 111 the counsels of the
to?nn rvlir;o concur .liitv. wiw c.
narrow and contracted that he
,, ., .. , ,
WOUld ffO there lor the sole and
onhT furthering the interests of the
Yaquina bay improvement. A
, man elected whose duty it w.i.s to
renresent nil ivirK ol the ,t-ile
represent .111 p.ius 01 tnc si.iu
ja'e.one with another, aim wno
... .1 1
would so lar disregard that duty
i i- .,.... . ...!.
. . a"enno" "-wai-
Lon ity in disregard of others would be Viccrovs V guarantee the ingredi
the' i. 1 t mi ''n'N " these hitters to he r.b-oluteh
. too dishonest and contemntible to pure, and of the lust known quality.
n,nni .,,. c.,.. VV ......
P(lnr1S1Illsit:v1 wllM u.:,i r.,nrIM1I
..... ..... n-..- .........
. VIMIlllfMl Tlllfl NIllllVI'll. 1 III' .i.iiir
. v.-l-. -. .... - J-- -- - - -1
can never enjoy the commercial
advantages which nature has sup
plied her with and until that time
arrives, the people will always
have to pay tribute to some mo-
H. - 1 .... , ,
y which eoinpetilion would
. a 1 t 1
tarns a provision which is correctly
translated a.s follews: "All per-
sons rpnonnpinp- their country ori
,!..::. !. ,.,nc ti..nr ...,n
uoim! l., ...t.-..o ..., .-.
be beheaded; ami in the punish
ment of this offence no distinction
,n,i hotween luineiivds syl. t will relieve the poor little suf
maile cuu 111 piincip.11; ftfrpr illlllMn5atclv depeml upon it;
ssories. 1 he property i ; tlioic i-.no mistake about It. 'L'here i
all such criminals shall be con fis-mot a mother 011 earth who. has cer
, , , .. 1 i-.i .. 1 used it, who will not HI jou at once
cated, and their wives and children Uiat R wi rPniale the bowels, and
distributed as slaves to'the gieatiuive rest to the mother, and relief and
rtfr;-- r cinto Tlio ,Vironie hoalth to the child, operating like magic,
officers of state. 1 He parents, . . K . , rwtv f . ,' llSP m aH p..
grand-parents, brothers and clul- J aInl pleasant to the taste, and is the pre
dren of such criminals, whether j-eript ion or one ot the oldest and best
1.-1 11.. ir..T ...:n. ,1' i.,i?nh' iihysieiaiiH and nurses in the
linn iu.my 111113 iiu inciu uiiw.i.
the same roof or not, shall be per- cents :i bottle.
petually banished to the distance. 7" -
of 2,000 leagues. All those who'.. , ""?M," i,o:"e'.r... .
'purposely conceal or connive at
this crime shall be strangled.'
Those who inform against crimi-!
j nals of this class shalPbe rewaided
1 with the whole of their properly 1 '
If the plan is contrived, and not rjunM.i Flavoring ltract.s alwajs"
executed, the principals are to beUtandaid.
strangled and the accessories pun
ished with blows and banishment-."
This provision which has only
lately become known .plains why
I John has no desire to naturalize.
f Croat bargains are now offered in the
ictij of Williamsnort far any persons
ttish:ntr to locate from one lot to five
acre. It is well ailapteu lor Enruens,
dairj randies or pleasant home?:' well
elevated, situated one mile .south of
Astoria on Youngs lutj, with a xood
uraili-il road to the place. For further
information eall at my residence near
the eemetery. .loiix Wii.i.i vmsox.
3Iu.t loji:iv"iy 4'Iose. .
Pi r.i.isin:i: A .tow x:
Dear Sir: -J am compelled toaiuiouiice
that m branch .gallery must positively
olos ltusimss iii Astona on net Wed
nosdux menint;. October ."th. It is with
resirot that 1 make this, posithc an-UMMiu-omciii.
for Uiisines.s still keeps up
b.n.nnl my expectations. Ur.t other ai
rannemonis made cannot longer he de
Iti ed. ltaspeeifiilly , ours.
I. (J. 1) vviiwvw
t Ikuis and all the bijouterie usually
! found in a first-dass millinen ami
' fancy ijoixls store. ' i i
To Live .'!(n.
10 'Start liSEST far
lyoml the expectations of the most
. Another fine lot of K.usiei u Oyst.'
just - lecened at Itosroes. iicr steam
jitsr leceneil at Uoscoes. 1
un-011. 1 menu,ioci
I li.t-j. 1.1 ! ttil . Ifit if.k o.tir.tiiif i.r In ...I-
I The Count Cinchon was the .Spanish
language f the countiy, ''Quinquina.
("raleful for her reeo en. on her return
, Knrn ; llta iu. jtrmuced the
reined in biuin. wheie it a known
under various names, until Juui.eits
called it Cinchona, in honor of the lady
who had biought them that which was
,.,. nreeioii4l!innthe!ro!ilnf tlii.Tnen.;.
To this day. after a lapse of two bun
dled and Iifl e.ir-. science has gien
us nothing to lake its place. It clfeetu-
alia .. Kklkl titvitllitii I -
knits, by restoring the natural tone of
Ihl" stomncli. ItattacKs eces,ie Ioe
nr,;(..mr ... u tin.. r... or .alI,i .h-trov
....... .... . , .. . . . .
n... aiik... 1.0 ,. crau umic x.r me
jvrutiaii Hitters, which are as etfecthe
:i-':iiiisl in:il:iiinl ft.tT to-d:iv ns tbev
r0 in u. iU r llu. oi;i Spanish
:V"'"","S"",N,J " ,ni"s ":
,.I i(r in i. wilt III
im'si mud-in Mir wmiii. in"iinii ui
the pudding is in the eating; and we
l!uigl abide tins test. For sale by
all druggists grorei and liquor dealers.
IJy I'ni;ei:il Arcortl.
ir all iiurj::ttiv Tor fainih use. Thej
aie tlif iroluet of loii. hiliorioiis. anil
.iii'v,-cHil clu'iiik'al iuvetiatiuu. anil
their extensive iim by jihysiciaus in
their pnietiee. anil 1 all chilueil na
lioiiN pinves them the hot an.l most ef
feelual iiiratii Till thai mcilieal sci
ence ean clete. In intrinsic alue and
euratie powers no other Pills can In1
eomiureil with them, ami every person,
. know in" their irtnes. will empIo
h(.H m.lHrt. Thl.y keep the
aiui 1 1111 luui iiiuuiii ti iiiuiiu
1i:.sai.i: r. ai.i. 1)i:ai.ki:s.
.!! nftatj.ll1 tlt ll'lf f tl lw irtiti fllil
.llotliei! mother I ! lUothcrs ! ! !
! Are oil uHuiheilatnishtandhroken
of xouV rot M a slck -.nU(l Mlffcrlu
amlcnimr with tlu excruciating pain
of cutting teeth ? If so, go at once and
let a bottle of .Mrs. nislow s hoothin4
, j;m.,i .state-., .sold every where.
One . car ago m hair commenced
i j,:ie now a thick growth of new hair.'
Yl.r.X VXDEU ltUXKY.
X'.-. Oil Vnf nimi .1 ....
The Peruvian syrup lias curcU thou
samls who wore suffering from rtyspep
Ma, debility, lier cnmplaiut, boils, hu
mors, female comiilaint ete. Pamnh-
let free to anyadttress. Seth W.Fowlf "
& Sons Boston.
S. AENDT & FEROHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
UU..U. up -zssszrss
All kinds of
Promptly attended to.
Au'ci;illy imidcor repairing
.VKAi: KIXXKV'H ASTOKIA FISHERY.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS. '
1 Bento.v Stkkft. Nkai: I'akkfr HorsR,
ASrOKIA. - OKKrtOX.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
Boiler Work, Steamboat Work,
and Cannery Work a specialty.
A. D. Wacj, President.
.1. (J. Hl'sti.t-'r, Secretarv.
I. "W. O sf. Treasurer,
.loiix Fox, Superintendent.
Comer Main and Chonninus Streets,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
JOSEPH RODCERS & SONS
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GENUINE W0STENH0LM
and othor Enjlish Cutlory.
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
Genuine Heershaum Pipes, etc.
Jl tint: .tck of
Vntehe anil .Jewelry. lur.le anil
tireerh f.nnriius; Sliot c:uim and
Itiilew. Kevolvers. Plntols.
ALSO A KIXF.
AsMirtiniMit of fine Sl'nrTACI.KS ami KYK
C. K. .lA"laS. J. A. HOXTOOMFIiV.
STOVE AND TIN STORE
. Holi Agents Tor the
; ' - . 4 r ,v
IVlagee Standard Ranges, Etc.
ASTORIA, - OREGON.
JSTaw Sliooling Gkillpvyl
Nt dit(r t. .loe Cliarteix Hair Hres-slng
CII t:N AMI'S ST.. - ASTORIA, OREGON.
Pistol and Rifle. Practice
Tor both Uidbwuml Gentlemen.
I. Y. H..IAUK3. C. K.-I.U1TOX.
t , AKOMATIC
Suprior to any other on this coast.
Tor sale at all fust class N.ilnuns.
Sparkling Champagne Cider,
GUM AND RASPBERRY'SYRUP
In quantities to suit,.
Manufactured and bottled by Columbia
Soda Water Company.
' LHPTON & JAMES. PROPItlETORS,
Foot of Main Street, - Astop.ia.Orfoo.v.
BUSINESS CARDS? -"'
"jT? C. HOliDF.X,
KOTART PUBLIC, t
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND,
T A.McIXTOSn. .
MERCHANT TAILOR, '
Occident Hotel Building,
ASTORLA. - - - OREGON
iis. r. a. coBwiar.
DRES3 MAKING AND SEWING.
m CHEXAMUS ST.. ASTORIA,
Opposite BIrs. Miinson'i Lodging House.s
"Cnttlnjand nttlng. and paper patterns
V. T. B HL.V V. T. II. HATCH.
HATCH & BARGLAY,
No. 20 California St, San Francisco, Cat.
rK. 31. 1). JF.M.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
(Jraitnate I'nUerslty ot Virginia. 1S68
I'hysiclan to Bay View hospital, Baltimore
Okkipe In Page & Allen'3 building, up
L1 CRAXtt, 3f. 1
'physician and surgeon,
Hooin N'o. 3. Asteriaa BHildlax.
RraiDKXCE Corner of Benton and Court
streets, Astoria, Oregon.
TAY TUTTIiE, M. I.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGRONi
Office Over the White Hous Stora.
Rksidknck Next door to M. Hansen's
boarding bouse, Chenamus street, 'Aston
T? V. HICKS.
ASTORIA, .... ORKQON.
Rooms in Allen's building up stairs, corur
of Coys ami Sqetnocqbe streets.
I Q. A. BOWLBY.
ATTORNEY AT LA'W.
CUenamas Street. - ASTORIA. OREGOit
ri x Finrox,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTORIA - - - OREGON
Onic o er Pjye & Allen's store, Cass street
Q II. BAIN & CO.,
Doors. Wludows, BllRds, Traa
Hows, LiHHiber, Etc. ' '
All kinds of Oak Lumber, Glass, Boat Ma
Steam Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. Gen
eiveand Astor streets.
BOOT AND SHOE
Chenamus Stufht. opposite Adler's Book
store, - Astoria, Okkook.
CBPerfeet fits guaranteed. All worn
warranted. Cive me a trial. AU orders
3E3. a.. QUINW.
NAILS. HULL FEED AKD HAY
Casti paid for country produce. Small
prolltn ou cash sales. Astona, Oregon, cor
ner of Main and Squemocqbe streets.
J. H. D. GRAY.
Wholesale and retail dealer In.
ALT. KINDS OF FEED,
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
General storage and Wharfage on reason
able terms. Youl of Benton street. Astoria.
Lot and Improvements for Sale.
LOT F.IfiHT, IN BLOCK SEVENTY
ilvr in Olnejs Astoria, together with
A Gpod House and. Wosdshed
XIX'E IIVSDMZD DOLLAB.
For particulars inquire of
M. SERRA or W. H. TWILIQHT.
Astori.w July It. 1881.
T. G. KA.WLINGS,
Wholesale and retail dealerin '
Vegetables, Etc. ,
Fresh Fruit and Vegetable
ON HAND EVERY DAY.
Main street, opposite Loebs clothing- store.
Entrance mr Chenamus Street. AstorlaOgn.
-The best quality of "Wines,-Llquois and
Cigars, and't he best Alley la Oregen: