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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1881)
Vol. XV L
Astoria. Oregon, Thursday Morniiii. October 27, 1881
THE -WHITMAN MONUMENT.
The writer of the following - .oi-hundredths of its contributor! natural vegetation is suffered to, A u xVllfShjo'S mffiH '" "' """ '"'" !Q A"RDT FFRCHFN
In the Willamette Fanner of the
21st inst., is an article from Mrs.
C. S. Pringle, one of the young
" gills that were present at the
Whitman massacre. Mr.s Pringle
says that Mr. Sweairie is willing to
give them two acres, and five years
tobuild ..the monument, but he
says he is not going to wait to
eternit' for them to act. Allow
' me to explain, as I have heretofore
done, what the difficulty in the
When the Pioneer and Histori
cal Society of Oregon, incorporated.
under thelaws of Oregon, com-
fenced an effort to erect a monu-
J the Willamette K inner to aim trie unanimous vine in uiu uccavun me rmiini in xmiiuii iLf i;nu.iPioin. Tnl-t. viii.H '
1 ....I -. . -... lit!-. - .. NIMli-llliill flnwiiii .1 .n- .iiiinr.
his communication- iSocietv and ot tin- board have grew. In tlio cae of ouitivateii - ' ; astokia. - duw.o.n.
nnis communication. v r, About f)n afliT this ilatp un nihlilimial 1U
- . 0i.xnv.0i:i:c.oN0ct.:2. 1881. 'said was the mace lor U. J l tne i crops, wmcu oniy parity return w iwit-wr cnnl will Ik chariri'd on
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uient on the 21st day of February, , rja to tlc roUud that has been
1874, they supposed there would mosty a year within a fourth of a
not be the least objection by the j n,;ie of it. They do not say who
owners of the land in the. vicinity j js ;n Hnilt; but do not propose to
of the ground where the bones j advance more money and dona
were gathered and placed in a , tjons Up()n uncertainty nor the
wagon box and covered in the best ! prom,S(.s f any one ot promptly
manner by our volunteer troops, complied.
then fighting the savage hosts of We have heard of threats, by
Indians who had massacred Dr. other paitles, to build the Whit
Whitman, his wife, and fifteen or . man monument. We wish to as
more of our countrymen who fell sure any party who will give us
about that time as martyrs to our . any reasonable assurance that they
claim to Oregon. A committee of will build it, that the Pioneer and
. . . .
five members of the Society was j Historical Society will aid them
appointed; they in good faith at in every manner upssible, by
once prepared and circulated the giving them all the funds and
following address: (See address properly belonging to that object
enclosed). j their contract, ami all the assis-
The several amounts subscribed lance wilhin their influence per-
for- the monument fund was ona!lv and as asocietv.
841, 30 j amount paid. SloG .50.
A correspondence was had with
the-owner of the land nearly a
year before we got an answer.
We were informed that the origi-
nal owner had sold and left no res-
evvation for the monument. We
then applied to the then owner,
-Mr. Fiske, who gave a contract for
. a deed and made a verbal state- j
ment of the fact to the present j
, , 1 . .1 1
owner, who had not given the
deed to the land which he assisted,
and -was" present when it was se-!
lected and surveyed and now, as ;
per siaiemeni, 01 iirs. 1 nn0iL,
wishes lo limit to five years to
.compioie uip moni.mc..., wi.ei, ne
has been over one year and has
not, given us the deed he promised
to.give over a year since.
Another fact, Mrs. Prmgle re-',,,
fers to the lumber lo fence the
two acres, that Mr. Sweagle has
neglected to jjive to the 'Society
the deed as per his promise, so
, l , . , . .
LltUL l IIC J IHJUIU JMIICCL'U Willi IUCII ,.
work to fence and prepare
ground for the monument
yvrraugciiiiiiiis are aircauy maut, j
and have been for over a year, j
to commence the work, as the lum
ber on the ground at the station j
As to a road Mr Fik in his
contract gave a noa.1 lo tl,e public, chief sources of the agricultural! '"' - ......
This road, it seems, Mr. Sweagle j I of the Empi.e, is quickly MWtaJ. uurfwiHgj,
does not nronose to o-ive buticut "ll uge ravines, and the J bronchitis, whooping cough, .croup, in-
4- -4- - c3 ;
throno-h n fractional strin of a
finest soil 111 Jiiiiropc is being rap lung complaints. r0 cents and$i a hot
Historical Socfety to buy a road j i carried away to increase the j tlg--
claim contiguous to his, or to the j to silt up ihe sea of Azov. Dur
monument. linjr the jrreat floods of 1SGG and
.. Yoti; Mr.'Editor, and all others
who have been interested and kept
themselves posted on this Whit
man monument question, are aware
of the efforts of the P. and H. So
ciety" and its officers to proceed
with the work as fast as possible,
but it would be folly in them to do
more, than they have without a
perfect .deed to the, ground upon
which their work is lo stand. The
Society has not only lithographs of
the proposed monument, but bids
for the work, and arrangements
for receiving: funds as soon as thev
'can say the' have or own the
-ground to put it upon. Mr. Swea
gle does not say he did not give
th ground, which ninpty-ninej
lumber is sold, as intimated, for
storajre. the Historical Society will
look for another place for a loca-
tion for the monument.
The proposed monument wiii
cost from 10,000 to H, 000 dollars
in New York, on ship board, and
will be no disgrace to the country
or land upon which it may be
placed, anil will be an object that
no American will be ashamed to
say be gave a dime or u thousand
dollars towards its erection.
Our executive board have wait
ed anxiouslv for the deed to the
ianfjto proceed with the work, but
ft appears that they must liurrv
a nu.n ., rnn,l in t the mate-
The funds and material for that
object are, and have been kept
I distinct and separate from those
,0 the P. and II. Society. As
stated in our first address, it will be
pushed forward as fast as funds
CHn Dc procured and we will add
a (iee, to the ground upon which J
it is to bc-placed, with an aceessi-
ble road to and from it.
W; H- (.J hay,
Changes of the Earth's Sttrface.
According to Lombardini, the
Po nftw transport
(luce times as
,mict sediment as formerly, the j
- , , i- ,i Jlw, ',, ,i.Q
1111.n-.1n1- i-in in-. .. v iii. . v..u
apsrnc,1oiI of U,p forrt(, alIll the
iH wnl increasc.(i dcnun.lation
of the M Vnwh onnwn
estimate that the delta of the
. , 1 , , ,.,. ,
j greater than it did previous to the
'cultivation of ils valley. In the
. TT .. , c. .,.i,.. .. .
: eastern l.'mtcd States, wncrevei r
i . , . . ..;.,.!
mountain slope has been stripped.
incipient ravines quickly form,
' . .4l -.i:i '
o-ists. This is csneciallv the case
. , , , .. ,-., , ,
with" the sandy sou of -Maryland,
Georgia and Alabama, previously!
- 1 m 1 ..!:& Sons. IJoston.
I nnunra1 ivMtb ninn. Tnrcfc Tim
1 r it
black earth of lntssia, one of the
deltas ol the Volga and uon, ana
1SGS in France and Switzerland,
the wooded soil alone escaped
being washed away. The immu
nity of the provinces of Brescia
and Bergamo from damage by the
great floods of 1S72 was chiefly
due to the forestal improvements.
During ten years the Department
of the Lower Alps lost 01.000
acres of cultivated soil from the
effects of torrents; and the clear
ing: of the
1 has resulted
70,000 acres of good land 't"
uurreii saim aim gravel. .
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It is thought bv many that vege-
. . . e ,
Lion elevates the surface as much
as water depresses it. This, how-j
forests of the ATtecheiie.Heartnteac,Dnprv.Kidneupisfa.v,'j)lxl,l&CVVA.' CAL
13 u Pif. Itheumathm. Catarrh. Scrofula. Shin 'JX Hon U the uiiblla !..
in the covet in"" un of I Disorder, Pimplei. Ulcer. Siccllinas, Ae.i abcio Market will alivays
T I tv irinv tr Tun Rload nnv'inti nnil
ever, can only be the ease, when!
the coil this elevition of the sur-l
face cannot tako place, and its,
1 . . . I
compensating effect being lost, de-:
nudation is relatively greater from
this cause alone.
Hence, it appears that one result
,. , - a i i - i I
of man's influence, by laying bare :
large tracts of land for cultivation, i
nas Deen greatly to increase inej
erosion of the surface. In some!
instances however, the action of;
man has been to check the natural
transport of sediment, tins es-
pecially has been donein the case of,
shifting saud-dunes and encroach-
, , t, , !
ments of the sea. Along that part .
ox" the French coast which extends i
from the Gironde to Adour,
the sea throws up .annually,
1,243.000 cubic meters of sand, j
' ' 'I
which the wind heaps up in I tent fever, from fhirh he was freed by
, ... , .... . , ' the n-,e of the native reined v. the IVru-
hills and carries inland, overwhelm-. vlan bark. or. ris ..it was called in the
in"- villages and converting streams ' languaaeor the fotmtry, J-Qiiininiiiia.-ni0
iii.icm .uiu i him ei uii0 uLiiub (jnffpfni for her recovery, on her return
into marshy pools. The annual i to Em-one in Eti, she introduced the
P . , .... ! reined v in Spain, where ii was known
progress of these sand lulls was so ull,iPr various names, until J,inua'u
rrftt thit in mil- niris of Hrn- called it Cinchona, in hoiior of the lad
great tnat in 111.13 pans 01 uro- wl(,i,a,lbroui:ltithem that whieh wa-,
tajrnc the tops of chimneys above : more iireuinus than the old of thelneas.
- , , , i- 1 I To this da v. after a lapse of two hun-
a sea of sand alone marked the dred and fifty years, science has aiven
.iif. of liiiriiwl villicrne MM.n , ns nothing to tike its place. It effeetu
sile ot tmiiLd Vl.iages. ' no . anv cures a mnrliid appclite for stimu
amount of dune land in Western lants. by reMnrin? Uie natural tone of
. the stomach. It attacks excessic love
hurope has ben estimated t k,f liquor as it does a fever, alid de-lrov
cover u,ore .hn one millio,, .rn.fffeSaTSSySlVriE
and still larger deposits exist in llVruvian Bitters, which arc as etrivtive
0 ' . against malarial 'fever to-da a they
parts of Africa, Asm and America. . were hi the daws of the old Spanish
The destruction caused by these " .bfet'abllfflr
shiftinir sands has from an earlv I)""'. 1a"1I1"r "i" lu'l K,,ow. quality.
. A inal will satisfy 3011 thaMhis e tin-
date attracted the attention of be.it bitter in the world. -The priMir of
. 1.1 1. 1 ; the pudding is in the eating.'' and we
Governments, and the result bus wjiltnclv abide this test. For sale liv
(been to check their ravages by .
i inrfi!l i-liiilinr. Tlins lins man's
Lr,il lailtW. Thus has man's
ingenuity been successfully op
posed to the action of the agencies
which have caused those endless
wastes of drifting sand in Poland,
Peru and the United States, and
to the devastation which has re,- j
suited in the formation of the ;
lcuide8 of Gascbuy, Sologne and
Brenne, and the Gampine sands of
Belgium. Chambers'' Journal
Mother! Mother !! 3Iotl
Are vim disturbed at nicht and broken
: ! of vour rest bv a sick child sutrerniir
!'! crying witli ttio excruciating pain
, oi cuiung leeiu ; 11 m, so ai once aim
gel a ImIIIc of Mr. Window's Soothing
Syrup, it will relic e the poor littlu suf-
furei. immediately uepeiut upon it:
there is no mistake about it.
not a mother on earth who has ever
uswi it. who win maud! ou at once
that it will regulate the bowels, and
irive re-st to the mother, ami relief anil
j health to the , child. opei-ating like magic.
It is pertectly saio to uso in an cases, uuuuuij unu iiuuuiiiiuuu uujjpiiuu
and pleasant to the taste, and is the pre
scription of one ol the oldest and nest ..,. ...
female physicians and nurses in the StOVeS. Till Ware and HOUSe
United States. Sold everywhere. i ' -
cents a bottle.
------- . Furnishing Goods.
A splendid lot of hastern Oysters (
jllSiairiYCU ov uie oi.iu; in .iiiiiuiir.i
it Tom Sinitti's Oyster Saloon, Main
, The ? , , u
i sands who were suffering fiom dy.spep
.ia, debility, liver complaint, boils, hu
mors, female conn
Jets free to any addi
mors, female complaints, etc. Pampli-
res. ."sewi . r o ir
i As -a mild, but effectual laxative, as .
i a safe but sure tonic, blood purifier and
general strengtheucr, use Klnir of tin;'
n ..tlitMlitJ!An 4ilul oil liVft'lf nil
King of the Blood;
Is not a "ttire all." it l a blood-punuer and '
tonic. Impurity of the blood poLsous the syi-
tein. deranges the eirculatinn, aud thns ln-
duces manv disorders, knov.n by different
names to distinguish tlieui accordinstu ef- .,, o
fecLs, but being really branches or phases of ''""' r-f, -Uiatsreat
ireneric t'lsorder. lmnurity on
Illood. Such :e m jspejitia, Ullltoumef,
X.frcr Complaint, .utipalton. AVjtoiw Jf- 1
order, neadache. Backache. General Weal;-
j in canine it tne most genuine aim enicient
preparation for the purpose.". Sold by Drug -
i1sls,1 per bottlr. SeeteMimonials.direc -
IIWI1S. Oil., Ill iruiuinm-i. .itai.iv u n7v.in.i .
0t x mood " wrapped around each bottle.
)N & Co.. Props;
i " !
Wauled FurufoiitM Knnins to Let
u isaii iioiniiitf. fans prove mat i
... . . ..
liCI-J'(lir llt.1l Hill III .1"MM i.i. nu- ll-Jill-
!ar Albany beer. AIi the uenuine Al-
bain llottled IIter kept always on hanrt. j
Xotire to the i'ublie.
After this ilate tlfeie will be no inure
sum - San Eramfceo beer sold at the.
Mint Sniocm. Xothlnti but Mike M vers
in-ued Astoria Urewerv lSeer will
e kMt. . Opposite the Oregon liailway
and Navigation coiunanjsdnelc.
. z . j n . ., .
Mr Anton JlHoiTi
aent while I am absent from this city
aiidany orders left u'ith him lor the
Celebrated ChicasQ.ncer will be prompt
l aii.-mtoi m. oXT.
r.-v -Any orders tor beer from tin
interior, please address: .I.Srn.vrss.
care Axtox Uiki.oii. Astoria, dim
The Count Cinclion was the . Spanish
Virenp IVru inpcwi l The rouutes.
his wife, was nrostrated b an iiiteriiul-
aU druggists, grocoj-s and liquor dealers.
MAGNUS- C. CROSBY,
. p . p jprvrr nqiPPT
HAilU IT AlUIi , lilUil, OlMil,
jpoil Pipe and Fittings..
irn.Pliilii!B and Steam Fitters
Goods and Tools,
oUCCT 1 CAn OTDID I EAn
onttl LtAU Olnlr LtAU,
' QtlCCT IRnil TIU AMfl PflDDfR
onttl InUn I In AnU burrtri'
, , , ,.
QTlllpiin nnr ViohQiimpiin Vnnn inp
JOBBING IN SHEET IRON. TIN. COP
PER, PLUMBING ami i'iTFAM FITTING
Done with neuliirss itnd tlisjutlch.
None liul IliM class wurkiiicii cniilucil.
A laicu assorimeiil of
; -rp q o t-AJ JjJ
- -x- - -
THK WKI.I. MSTAi:l.lSlli:i
Iron and Mteol. llardtvuiv. ripe.
Hi-ass and Plunibinir ootK.
Mluv uud Tinware Itu.si-
MAGNUS C. CROSBY. '
To any one ilelmns of entering Has bullies-,
uo better cliuin'e can lc foiuul : trail.' in
creasing all the limp.
Stork amounts to $7,000.
. Api.U If. 3IASUS C.CitOSIiY.
. ,r -, .
W aSlllllBTOll fllarKet.
,f 0"""5 Wil lacilACl)
A tl orit 1 O '-fyo!
HFAWMAX .t niUiltY
L THE ATTi:.N
tbb fact tbut the
bdsiU'l-lied ivitli n
KIJIJ,V.R1KTV BKST QUALITY
' FRESH AND CURD MEATS I
Which will HaSolil'at Iowat rated, wholesale
and rfctaiL Special attention Iran to fuutli
unicr - s mrsriuvu vxw not accompanied j
. . . . - j . .
l llil I .lll. ill IIIil )IH)I1 aui. .1111
Xotire to the Ladies.
switches, mils and frizzes made from
combingN or cut hair. Call on or ad
dress . W.m. Uiir.r.xiiAiiT.
Oecidi-ut hair dressing saloon.?
Auidher line lot of Eastern Oysters
just ieeeived at Iloscoes; per steamer
Oregon. Occident block.
Uriel; ! Itrjrlc! Itrirk!
1 Im e t'li liaud a larc amount or brick
for sale at from .Si to $8 per thousand.
Call and examine, near Astoria ceme
tery, .loirx Wii.i.ia.msox.
C'liolee Valley Fruit.
Capi..!. U. 1). Oniy has just received
a choice lot of pears and apples, fresh
I from the orchards of I 'oik, and Marion
counties, which will be sold in lots to
Sherman Itros. Kxpress
Will receive orders at the store of I.
V. Case for upper Astoria or any other
part of the citj. Leave your orders on
the slate and "they will be promptly at
(JrcAl barirains an- now offered in the
eity f Williainspnrr for any persons
wishiiur t IiM-ate from one lot to five
acres. Iti- well ailaptod for jjanleiis.
dairy ranehes or lilca-smt lionio; well
elevated, situated one mile south of
A-iOria on Yonntis bay, with a good
inidcd road to the place. 1'or further
iuforiuation call at my residence near
llueemfte.ry. .John Wir.i.tAM.so.v.
othii:r Nliuet or I'nmitaknble
'Cnnreircd upon tens of thousands of
-aflerers eouhi originate and maintain
the reputation whieh AKt:sSAP.SAPA
nu.i.A enjojs. It is a compound ot the
be-l pyetable aKcrativcs, with the
Iodides of roLivsium and Iron, and is
the most effectual of all remedies for
scrofulous, nicrcurial.or blood disorders.
ITnifonnly successful and certain in its
reniedial effec-ts, it produces rapid and
complete ouriis or .Scrofula, Sores, Boils.
Humors, l'imiiles, Kruptions, Skin Dis
eases and all disorders rising from im
purity of the blood. l)y its invigorating
effects it alwajs re!ie e and ofton cures
Liver Cnuiulauits. Female Weaknesses
and Irregularitii-s. and is a potent ri-
uewcr. 01 vnaiiiy. ror puruying me
blood it has no Cinal. It tone's up the
system, restores and preserves the
health, ami imparts vigor and energy.
"For i"ort ,eaiit has loen in extensive
use. and Is tn-da. the most available
medicine for the" stVering sick, anj
wlii're. FekSai.i: k ai.i. I)kai.ki:.
YOU WILL FfflB
FINEST AND ' BEST LINE
BOOTS AND SHOES.1,
The latest and lines! of
HATS AND CAPS.
'1 In most i'irtlil assortment .f
Foreign, Domestic Cloths and Cussimeres
i ihi liv.isi nt:irk: prli-i'sal
M. D. KANT'S,
MiTi-hatit Tailors Mslablishniont,
Main Street, Astoria.
Criu-nsl as-uitthii'iit of'table stock roiisiantly
oa iia-.nl. u-h :ts
CaiuHul Kirnits and Jelly,
Bacon. Hams. Shoulders, Lard,
VAUiS. IIXVVIIK. CHEISE.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
FISH. I'OrirKY AM) :.JK
: :l . n
In the sen-son.
A'Jt.MKS ASI TtniAH't).
i.sl l WIS1S AM) T.lil'"S.
All eheaji fi CASH. Cnods .sold on coin
lnistlon. i'iiiMsli 1. W.t'jtse's store.
I. K. ukki. T. W. Kite:
Astoria Market !
In'ffKIA.--1 -"- -J - - OREGON
"WAISKRX A. KATOX, I'roprletorn.
(Suecrrt i Hurn - iftGvire'.
'' Whole-'ale nrnl lietail Dealers in
Fesh yandj Cured Meats
A full line or
FAMILY C.I'OCKl.IKS, FI.Ol'K. FKKI
' HAY. rAXXKI fhuit. ykuk-
eirlluttcr, k'.ixi,t t'heeae, ete. eonetuntly
ar Ships supplied at the lowest rate3. ' '
tl. n: Mi u: ot
riiiur ifiiiiALftiiui-,4i'iiiriu - i l
int. i iuiiuvi uiuuuniii- uiiujj
AVI) i' -
Boiler Shop &&
All kinds ot
Promptly altemled to.
A specialty made or repairing -
N'EAK KINNEY'S ASTOUIA FISHERY.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
llKNTOJ, STKKET, NK.VR P.VKKKR noVBR,
ASTORIA. - OREOON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
Boiler Work, Steamboat Work,
and Cannery Work a specialty.
A. 1). AVass. President.
.1. it. Hu.stl.kr, Secretary.
I. W. Cask, Treasurer.
.John Fo.v; Superintendent,
Corner Main and ChenamuaStreeta,
ASTlht I A OREUON.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
JOSEPH RODCERS &. SONS
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GENUINE W0STENH0LM
and other English Cutlery.
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
Genuine Bleersliauni Pipes, etc.
A line stock of
VaNln and .Ie-velry. Muzr.k aud
lireerh Loading Mliot Gunx aud
It ill ex. Uevolvern. PImIeIh:
A USO A KIXK
Assortment of line RPErrACfiRS and EYE
New Millinery Establishment
MRS. E. S. WARREN
Ilasa complete Mock of
at her establLshment,
Comer Cavs ami Jefferson .streets. Astoria.
j Hats, Bonnets, Dress Trimmings,
Zephyrs, Kibbons, .ttc.
Is. prepared now to deliver beer to his cils
toiners 111 the citv with hi own convexance
IT IS GUARANTEED THAT THIS
BEET AYTLL X EVER SOV
. CAN BE KEPT POP. ANY
LENGTH OF TIME.
PriccH per Harrel or Thirty
CSnlloiiH .1 S 00
i8H QuautltieM per Thirty
:aIlons. ; 9 OO
One 3 Gallon Kes .... 1 30
J3?Send In your ordcrK.
At the Great Eastern.
I. "W. CASE,
I.Ml'OKTKK AND WJIOLESALF. AND KK
TAIL DKALP.R IN
Curnejr Chenamat and Cass streets.
ASTORIA - - - - OREGON
"TV C. 1&KLAS&.
Office in ASTOEIAN bnfldlas.
Boom No. 2, up-3tlr?.
AUCTIONEER, COJOSSION AND
T A. MelSTWm. , .,. ,
Occident Hotel -Building.
ASTORIA - - - OKM02H
jjis. v.. a . cajtwix.
DRESS 31 AKINQ lND SEWING.
CHENAJIUS ST., A5TOXIA,
Opposite Mrs. MnBSon'sLogtBgtSEoii3e.
jWCuttlnx and fitting, aad" paper patterns
I. T. BAKC1AY. TH. HATCH.
HATCH 4 BARCLAY,
No. 10 California St., San Francisco, Cal.
yM. X. I. JK.VMSti,
PHYSICIAN AND SITRGEON.
Graduate University- of VlrzlaU. rsfli
Physician to Bay View Hospital, Svltlronrv
Okkick In Page & Allea's buUdlng, up
" PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Hnnm Xe. 3. Astariaa SI141bk.
Kesidknck Corner ot Benton and Court
streets, Astoria, Oregon.
JAY TUTTI4E, M..
PHYSICIAN AND SUBGEON,
Okhcr Ovr the-"v?ali House Stos.
Kksidkmjk Next door to Mrs. Munaaa
boardlns house, Cbesamus rtreet, Astorti
Tjl P. HICKS.
ASTOUIA, - - - OXSGOft,
Kooms in Allen's buUdlng up itairs, conu
of Cass and Sqemocqbe utreets.
I Q. A. BOWL"BY.
ATTORNEY AT; LAW.
Chenamus Street. ASTOKIA. OREGON
r-i w. FciiTa.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTOIUA - 0QOJX
Ofnce over rage & Allen's store, Cass atre&t
Q 51. BAIA d&C:K
Deer. Wiadairs, BUaiAa. Trm
All kinds of Oak Lnsaber, Qlaas, Boat Ma
Steam Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. Qaa
e vive and Astor streets.
BOOT AISD 8HO
CHKXAMUt Htkket, opposite Adler'a Booa
store, Astoria. Orzqoh.
E& Perfect HH guaranteed. All wwrk
warranted. Give rue a trial. All onlar
NAILS, 3IIXX FEED AND HAY
Cash paid lor country produce. Small
profits oucash sales. Astoria, Oregon, cor
ner of Main and SquemocQhe strews.
.1. H. D. GRAY,
Wholesale and retail dealer lo.
ALL KIXD3 OT FEED,
Hay. Oats, Straw, WhJ, Etc
Oeneral storage and wnarfage on reason
e on reasoa
3. Foot or Beaton stre
Lot and Improvaatmti ftrSala.
LOT EIGHT. IX BLOCK SEYENTV
rlve In Olneys Astoria, together w Itn
A Good Herue am W4sfce4
MK Ul'XDHEf) DLLABH.
For paitlcnlars Inquire of ,
Astoria. July II. ll.
T. G. RAWLING8,
Wholesale and retad dealerm
Fresh Fruit a Vgtbl
OH HAND irV'KBY DAY.
Main street, opposite Loebs clothing store.
1 X rUA POONDS RAQ9OFiU ktals
lOfUUv clean aad dry, at taetJabrelU
shop. Main street, by J.JOPI4N.
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