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Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Mornins:, November 26, L881
MERE FORMS OP LAW.
t Y !... .. !, t ,. ... I. r .hm- cirmmnlc l'l.or.- ic Olll'l.
in J line ox iabi jcai uw uimim -.-j -is' "-
ami the vm-cinntion not taken will please
Furuinhed itnmns to Let
( ,i. o;:oio r 7,.c,;,. a t ,,.,ci- cr.nnrl :tri1 ho. ' razillv no reason to sunioo that All who have lee.n vaceimiied -by me
Iit; Ul Hi-. UIULIUI Ul uaui.b tUlMH." lillWU v....-- .... - -- . ,
At Mr. Munson's loiteln'j house.
Kaurn Cy stern.
t S. ARNDT & PERCH EN, D e. msusa
Ofllce in ASTOKIAN DUUUlflg.
Room No. 2, up-stalrs.
allev was the other dav called j came separated from the whaling ; Congress, in lixiiijy the present rau aaiii. I now linv ivliabh vlrii.
J " l . 1 . .. . ; Vrc. I', kixvvv.
upon by an old gray-headed farm-! fleet, pushed up Prince Kegents .maximum 01 u.e amn, was .g ,- . . : . . fiiR q f
erand his wife, together with a ; inlet, but was driven out by the " e Ia-1 " IL - -2ilV past m.vlved at Itncot per steamer j jl PinnpnraM2rhinp ihrmi
neighbor, and outside the doorjiee. Crossing Lancaster sound, impossible to bring -5,000 men ..SSihur ftcan ' " ' "e nOneer.WiaCmnB aan0pR r. hi
i,Qtr l,;-nLwl or. L1 hnlt' hlm.l vidinil TWfW iclnnrl. rmrrie his into actual hciu servico, sineo no at mvonireantl settle aceniuitsliiuaeili- Votioo. iu.pkrmith S)fe9.
horse whose cash value was reek- vessel to the head of Wellington army maximum means a maximum ftM . .L A.Low 1.1 . ,llM im.hlMl 1K.r MM
oned at $25. channel, and thence back into JSar- oi nniMcots. ami een ixen. iut- moire Valley s'rnii.
"You see," explained the old I straits. Ho then boldly ventured i " reckoning gives a possibility r.q)t... n. i.(jniv has just uwinil ws. (H-idcm bloek
farmer, "nabur Jones wants to buy into Peel sound and penetrated ; ol 2J,31!i coiiioaianis, oxcuisivc oi -; parVbt;! ivdk And Marhm I
.i.- ,u i ...... .i i...i i. I .. -i .. .1 . .i:... .r ii., t!m nnnimissiniiPfl ollireis and the . enmities, whieh will Sc suhl in hits to 1
mo om iiusb out in.-ie, um n ; wiiiuii a mhhi. .i.u... - ' Miii wifehiiveK. SuiicheN eurl ami frizzes nm.le from
wants -a bill o' salo signed by wife place where John Franklin's ships, i Indian fccout. . - .eoml.Ins or eut hair. Call on or ait-
andl. We want you to draw up the Embus and Terror, were; When Congress further read., in , Sherman jJros. ixpee j ;idenihairdiAsln?salSIAKV'
one ior us." abandoned. Had he not been on the General report that "no seri-' Will re.-rhe onk-r, at the i.w 4,r 1. .... AstorIa- Oro"on
i T i - a ii t isi; iiii iiik-ivi siiiiti hi mil uiiii-i --
! .lust leceheil per steamer Columbia, cj t a o Sxfiff?- i "
; a line lot or eastern oysters, which will O 11 O I - fJmsM$&i0g
, be .served up in first elass style at o- S'M-F "
Acr-noxKKir, roiunssiox ani
otiee to the Lad I cm.
The justice reached down one
of the printed blanks, filled it out,
and then said:
"Now you listen while 1 read
this over and see if it is all right.
All ready, now:"
Boiler Shop :sS
All kinds of
...1...1: I.,nr.i:.nni,.inn: Imlinn nr other Will" li:is e- ,.r .,. ..:" -.l...... y...
u w nuuiig U) aiicami i:u. m .w.sv.. - - un m uin-u,. y.v .,.. .,t . ..v.s ., Orient Bathliiff Kooui.
ery, he ays he could have gone, on j curred, but great progreas lias neen ; l.''J -' ' "' .
I to Deaseand Simpson'.-, strait and
made the Northwest passage,
which never yet been accomp-
llisheu. Ieturninrfro:i Peel .ound
made in collectiu nnd locating'
Indians, hitherto hostile, on their
Hy I'lilyerxnt Aeeont.
linest Liiilliiniz rooms in the. cltv:
everthimr first elass. Hot and cold
, tiaths from 7 a. m. to y p. M.. oj)j)oslte
A -.-i. I' .iir,i.TP Pir t .,i-,.ll...!..l ! noiueii s aiieiioii niorc.
that Similar; nf":.ll Mmyntis for faiiiiU i'se. "Tliev , Jo "AKTERS, Proprietor.
TCnll nnrl hU iillioinnts hip iniw are ihe produet nf lou. laborious, anil ;
Uull and lu aillieients aio mm sllco,r chemical iiiuMlmiiinii. ami
-Know all men by these pics- he again tried Prince Regents in-1 held at Fort Randall as prisoners Jheir jSSi HnSl : On nicer this daleui additional t,
ents. That " ' let, and this time successfully, ad- j f war though they certainly . t;nns. proves them the best aii.l mostef-;eeuts per eon! will bo charged on all
n .i am ii . i .'"-r- 1: i ,i. :.. .. ......I., ti.at tbo fectual puriatie Pill thai metlieal ei- orders for sawed wood not accompanied
''Presents! Why, 1 m not going i vancing to the entrance ol b ury lm not come m m. sum, tnat the eiMV ra c0 j.. i i,,trinsie alue and j by the eali. at (!. wood yard. July
no other Pills eau bell-., tssi.
to present him with the hoss!" in- jand llecla strain. Then, a the Lies are safelv lodged in Ltah;,curatmM
terrupted the farmer. brief open season was ended, ho land that- uth guilty Apaches are j knowing their virtue, will emplox'i
, , , , ., , , . , , ! lii. : - r.. :i : them, when needed. Tiiev keep the
"And we don't want anv pies- sailed for home, with a full cargo now tiekl a pnsonei.s toi trial, tUvstCm in perfect order, and maintain in
ents from him!" added the wife. of oil. Cant. Adams sav he be-' is not likely to see anything in the . gHIiy aetion Ai';;; ''""J'Ti,,?''
-Thafs all right-only a legal lieves the Northwest passage can ' military situation to call for more ?. .-poeiaib Jl lSStSiAli
a tin tMB" tmtni in inMv.im in i v..- V..-VWV..WV -,..,.
be mado bv wav ol Peel sound, . lighting men. ,tf hieh the prevent and inre. if i Prompt attention will .save costs.
,, ;, " , ,, .... r, , -r- timelv lalcen. "Thev are the best ami. Freo. Suermax,
form," exolahned his honor. List-
" j aild by no other, and that it r rank- Sayings of Eminent Men r.'i phvsie to implo for ehildren and .
"Count v Wavne first part 'hVs vessels had been tamers he ', . weakeml eonstitmioiH. where a mild
- - ; ' 1 have found more beiieht front and effectual cathartic U reipiired.
consideration sum ot 525wouhl have made it in 1S-18. He. . , , . . . . . Foiisai.k ry ai.j. Dkat.kik.
. ... ... . an inch ad. in the columns o! the -. - i
grant bargain and sen , hopes to live long enough to go;, . . t . n.i i iot
1 . ... I .... ....... r . , 1 """ i
part' seconu pari ins ex- oacK into j-ancaster ouna aim
ecutoiy, administrators ' ' report himself at ifonolulu. In the j
1 wish all parlies Indebted to me to
make immediate payment, as I want the
money. A list of indebtedness will be
Late of Citv Market.
The MYeMj Astormu
Ii :i leamuioth sheet, nearly double
tvi.ir rli-ifi from -ill the -ulu. ""- J -"Uotlier.'! Slot lier.! ! ihis.l.iir the 1 Jail'. It IS 3 list the pa
paper than liom .ill tn. .idu i :Hrforihe fireside. containing In addi-
: lation that is ottered at the shrine. Are ou disturbed at night andbtokeii tiontoall the eurrent news, choice mis
; . . .. vi ol onr rest bv a sick ehild stifferui" cellany.aj?rifuUural matter, market re-
"1 haven't got any executors or 4 course ot his voyage in the Arctic I - r.rpiiiiniiTtee!i!- ir qi..o.ii on7..nii i -eribers at i-2 00 per year in advance.
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A well-written and wvn-ms- iv ,."-",' V : ' i ' -V Buv tin- Weekly,
administrators!" interrupted neigh- iseas he had on board a very iutel
bor Jones. lirent Esquimaux from the north-
"XJn? all li's unt is a wife and tvoctMrn nm.r nt" the. Melville. P -
-'J O - I '"-"-... -.-. ... ..-,
two girls!" added the owner of the '
peninsula, who said that when he
was a boy nnd traveling with his
fnthor he met three men. heino
. ' . r ... Words of Jlenry
the survivors of a party ot seven- J
teenteen who had traveled from' Whe" Charles
two English ships far to the west, i a,)OUt lo la.v h'3 head
Thev were verv much worn and ' h sighed, and mum
frostbitten. One was a oreat eao-! comes of not advertising in the lo-'
'tain and was looked up to by the 1 cal paper." -English Ifislonj,
"All form all rneie form," ex
plained the justice, and he went
"And -assigns forever cove
nant and agree defend the
same heirs, executors and ad
"William, I shall never sign no ' others
such paper!" suddenly exclaimed by
the wife, as she rose up. j The
"Nor I, either," stoutly replied hut
the husband. "Why, I'd shake in died. All three were buried in i
inv boots ererv time T met a con-1 their clotl
stable!" tsessed, ac
leriT iiiiiiicuiatui) ui'pruu iiimmi ii; -
ed advertisement, kept oon-1 there is no mistake 'about it. There Ni Tjij vyKt;KLV Astoriax lor this
stantlv before the public eve, will ,,,-it" j , Vill nit I'll von at i.in-M xm'k K luyr J"t5uel1 inwrmation
, . - ' , , J : V, ;,i i, ,. ,, r ,. i amt news of the eountry as your friends
bring more trade to a merchant U J. kj , re,u Utel j. Ij, :jfcr gg ; few IlSvStfiSSJts ch&VfS
than a million hand bilk-Zart Lalth lo the ehlhl.o,M.n.tinK like ma.,ie. gfj S&oSit U?
! STEAMBOAT WOEK
l'nmiptly atteniled to.
A specialty niiiite of repairing
FOOl OK lrAYl.TTK STRCKT.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Bkntin-Strkbt. Xki: Paukkr Hopsk.
VSTOUIA. - OltKUOX.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
Boiler Work. Steamboat Work,
and Cannery Vork a specialty.
A. D. Vr ass. Pxesident.
J. . IIcstlkr, Secretary.
1. V. Cvsk, Trfasurer.
JOUn Kox, Superintendent
Ociilent ITotel Itulkliag;
ASTORIA - - - OBEGOH
1. T. 1JAK"UVV. -T. H. HATCH.
HATCH &. BARCLAY,
No. 10 California St., San Francisco, Cat.
1 V of France '. IlVnmVLS VtTj", Muf1? I can suecewfiilh squeeze along without, j CornPr Mfl,n nml onaniu, reote.
it. oj j rimct. and leas nt to the la to, I Is pie-; T d n, b llMArtl07e wad for A5rr0ti A OREdON.
.i. i?.. seriptionor one ot the oldest aiulbesM- Wnr si .-jirnrdv WmiMfa nrteiiemita -.i. .. . . .
im iM,.,t ." female plu-sieiaiis and nurses intherr ,f "" ' "XBkAcMafiA
on the block. 1 un" .? .-soi'i-ewrywnw. sir5--.r-'-..- - . .rilT-ylFrfo'r
': oents a bottle. 'UlurAno MiU uDnuuUi
,..r. "TIiIb, Witllauispori Property. iu ,UM,,U MM ivuriwvvt
(J i eat baruiiius are now olfered in the !
tlt of Illiamsisort for auv persons
The Count Cinehon was the .-Spanish wisniniMo loea j irom one lot to live
. He di.l and was buried! A .T . . ...-. ... ... lOTiS
them, and thev cried verv much.- S"'""1 " "V. " " fr1'1 fwTr,n V
1 rriniM oni Irncl nT.rt In ne5 tvlin 1 tln iiviwtf tln unlive n.i.i.'iK tlif I'itii- .Vsioi l.l on l iiunv tm. mill .1 J,oou
. 1. --. 1 til-m-W "" '""'" .. ., ....w,.... ........... ......... ,....,. . ,,..!. ,.l,w... Cr... ti.tl..-.
Other two lived ill HIS lather " . ... .. i v an Mr., nr. n, ii u:is ealleil in lie p111"'1" n.. mi- I'luir. j.u xui luuii
. ,ims just arrived irom i anama, ; lanuuaneof the eountrv. -Quiinuiina.' uunrinauoii eau ai my resmeuee neuri
IIII- lllflt lllllf. 1111. LIII'V I1ISI1 t .-..li .. ... 1 " ,. I I !! flIIUM.r- .11111 l I I I . I A II SI IX.
, -, :.,, n ...i. ..lnnm.t .nnmiiii nf i m uraieiui innier reenver,oii ner return " - -
to Kpropit in lisy. sl'.e introduced Hie,.
JOSEPH RODCERS &. SONS
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GENUINE W0STENH0LM
ami other Fnlih Cutlery.
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
TTK. M. 1. .IF.XXIXGK,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
di-adnnte TJnlversIiy of Virginia, i86
riiysk-ian to Bav View hospital, Baltimore
Okkick In Vase & Allen's bulldlny, up
H' V.ItA'Sti, r. ..
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Room 'o. 3. Astorias Baildlnsr.
Rksidknce Corner of Benton and Court
streets, Astoria. Oregon. .
TA TCTTLP, 31. .
PHYSICIAN AND SUB6E01S.
OFKJcn-Ovor tle "White House Store.
Residue k-AI Mrs. Munson's boarding
house. Chenamus street, Astoria, Oregon.
ASTORIA. .... OKfiGtm.
Rooms In Allea's building up stairs, conn
of Cas and Sqemocqhe streetd;
I Q. A. BOWLBY.
ATl'ORNKT AT LAW.
Clienanius Street. - ASTORIA. OREGOh
Q H. BAIN &. CO.,
Uoot-s. Vlndow8, JBItada, ftTW'A'
Steam Mill uear Weston hotel. Cor. Gi
"It is all mere form according lo
law," explained his honor. "All
bills of sale read this way."
,;Looks to me as if it were sort
o' tangled up," said neighbor
Jones. "The old boss is blind in
clnta s-hf f Illflrr2 Ol I ALCOI1C "IIIMI rfMllOfl- 111 7Mi:!i:i. Wlllri II WHS I. IlllW II .M . . mu. IvHIllllUM HIMMrmi'IIIll T'lllfi. HUT.
les, with all thev pos-l., , , . . . under varimts names, until I.iniueiLs. ' . . . ,
cordiiur to the custom of 1IW WW 'aie a,arn,in& -,callo.l irnnrlioiia .in hono.of u,,, lady. TIE vii.i:iax Hbh now n-jclil a I ,"""wu"
cording to tuc custom ot . fltri.wFnn nr -W,! who had hrousht them that which was L.Jr,..,,a,iofl .,.,,,.,. ,,Ltces it at the head! Wairhr, mid .leweto. .iiu.zle au.i
. Capt.Adani.slie. m -m ' .V , -. 1.., iiirr :?,tl!;t vo11. I A -Ll" l"SJ1 Loudly m. Hum. a
tlinc.i tliroi wrr I liv. ; '5"1'""" Jt-" " ,"" ""' i V VV-j. '- i- . -. . i l,J aoviTiisf rs ineii-oi iuuic i;t:ni-iu ji ..... .. , .....
tllObe ttireo were Cro- dredand hlty eai-. seienee has meii S ,,,., ,.5l ,j, mn. i..-, ewnnxl ISMe. Krvolveri. lItoIw.
, the last sur- Ist live weeks, and who arrived lS nothing to take its phee It etfeelu- ;,.N.; lwn.m '-oU.osi. who wish To reach j ami Ammunition
of Sir John ruddv and vi.r.roiist eioluy-Hve '. S, u-1 .wNinVT.: .. "..?'. r, "" J1 iu.iu!u-rot readers at tile
. . . - . : . i V; ""n i - i miuiiicm expense, we oneriue. eoiuinu.s b. opssk
had died when he It-It. and nearlv llte.sloiuaeh. I atlaeks eeerixe lue, , an jmraelhl. ,:lnv the success of linAMK,
., . . . T oil .pun;asiiooesaieei auoues.n.s uhil.hromlttu.l start has been far cfejS- -seujg
Ull llic iHJiri.s ukic in iiu.simai. . limn aiiKc. im- umniiu mini- iiim.- i., i , ...,...ni.a nf tin. most ' -
- iiii v.ii rin nitiuui i J ii'rfci -j
zier and companions
vivors of the crew
r3.An Qh.rmfin'ii T7irArfr
w... uv."." ...-w. t. r .1... .T..f., : ,..,.-. ..I :.. .1...
mi j, ii- - . ii . , i mi iiii inula is jin-i-i -ii iii mi- viiiiiii.
This year Gen. Sherman in his im uaMI "'J?r '"' '" IVriii:m P.ttrrs whlehaiv ejl.viive
mwrniiidnflaiiniienriiienini uer trie lniscnKOii uiiprcsMOii i nui icpwj s u e "iianuuee me lusreui-! tmiepemieiiF newspaper, uevoteu wnouy i new illlilinui V Cbiauiibllllieill
lecOmmendatlOlls Ot HIS OWIl. . . ' .. . enLs or the.se IhIIit-s to be absolutely ..in,i ,i,.i. , ii. ,..,millpr(.inl and mate-
these the foremost is a plea'11 w (k,iah,e thoni lo witl.Ma.iU ,,.. and of the i,m kiuwn eiualjty. : - MRS. E. S. WARREK
1 .it i:...... i.:i :.!... ..:...!.. A Irial willsattsf vou shut this is Ihr. r,'u mii si.s oi unnii. Jiiu.iu ol mhi ... i .,...,..,. .,r
increase of the nnnv. The! u,tt " i 1' " ""3 lH"w. . best bitt.-r in H.. unrUI. "The nroof of Jon trial sK niomh, t am address in ..-.u.,,,
uue oc, mm uuw rau uwj irnu , .... - ,...,. .. :,!niiisl nmhirinl IWi-r tt.-d.n sls llie
,. w "..! .. ...l.i, .1 . ' uiaiinv uiiu aijsiniin; i i-ri-.v me "T" . V. Vi. . .V" ' . r .1. . ii . : i.
Iltm. uiiuuai itiiov icuuii. ;iuLib iiiui'.mo were in nn oavj in uir niu .jiani.sii ;
"And what has this boss sale to ' some
do with his heirs and covenants?" ; Of
innmrnrl llio nlrl mar ' for ail
"I won't sii-T Wthaveany- maximum number of enlisted men'lJ "PPOStlo el eel, :ind Ihs f tl,fiAjl.n we
thing to do with it!" exclaimed allowed by law is 25,000, exclu- coin,ff ? iCertnm ' all .JruKl-oeers and liquor dealers,
the wife, as she walked around, jsive of the Indian scouts and the Ameneans will not be tempted by
..,,, . . . . - . 1 i 1 1 1 - -. nnv waires to remain. 1 lie onlVi Neer j shoppiuit wilhont eon
"We've always kept clear ol the j signal corps, wnicn wouiu unu"; it J . " . . . 4 . sulilns Hie ailwrtWiiU eolumns of Tin:
law, and we hain't going to get
into no scrape and lose our farm
now not if we know it!"
r.sO A Kl .NK
Assertinen of fine SPKOTACLKS and KYK
rfrni: Wkp.ki.y Atoi:ian is an)'
the railed Slates on receipt of Si hO.
1 c i : 1 1 ... , 1 .1 : aaniiiji iiu .mu .nsiiiii 1 iiiiii.uis in 1 in. 1 l'j.l I I1-IV .UA.llll'J
Ito 55.800 The actual streivth . workmpn w" cnn w,l,,stal1" l,ie A.to.:iax. They will tell you where
I : , ' ' s.-4rt rT horrors of the he-it and rain-; are t tJu' htsL bargains are lobe had. and just ,;,.u,.I-IUa-u.Ttiu.-ntot table -jtoekcnns
j at present is about SSfiQO. Get.. "onors ol ,no '" ,r- What merehant- aie alive ami dolmj .. .,-! nuehin
j Sherman proposes to make the!,hp Wcst Il,dian nerro, and U.Mn.ss. j
"r j nt her CstablLslunent.
1 Corner t'avs and Jelfersun streei',. .Vstorin.
. j Hats, Bonnets, Dress Trimmings,
Zephyrs, Ribbons, Etc.
.those around Uarthagenn. Ofi Jlave wTstar's balsam of wild eherrv CnillH'rf FlMIlts lllicl Jellv -N &tH011flil J5r6W6rjr
. 1 .,.,. ,o .;il .,. rL- i always at linml. It cures eou-hs, eolds M
'Phft mnro thn .Tiictina ir'tnA tn , maximum 30.440. This. llOWftVPf. '
i; ,v,Q k:., . ,.,le k nnlv thft lntPst ,.f Mev.Mil num. coursc lheb0 men Wl11 not uork bronchitis, whoopiu." eouh. eroup. In-
' "r6c J f ' liUrt rnirllisli -ind Fienrli n-ivvies I Hitenza. consumption, and all throat and U ci .u t.
looked, and the trio finally walked! hers he has suggested in annual 10- "ke l.nglisli .1.111 1 if ncii iuies hing comi,iaillti .-iOceiiUa.ulM alwt- Bacon. Hams. Shoulders, Lard,
out. While thev were unhitchiiur! ports. His principal -round for a,MI command ..even ue.e.ss u.e r ue.
n . . .w
ROOT AX S1IOK
Cuknaml's STitf.Kr, opposite Adlprs TiooV
ston. - ASTOKIA. Obkoon.
gir-Perfect tits guaraateed. Ad worl
warranted. Jlive me a trial. All order
j".H. D. GRAY,
Wholesale and retail dealerln.
ALL KIXDS OF FEKD,
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
Oeiicrat storage and WharfaKe 00 re-asou-ulile
terms. Pont of Benton .street. Astorki
Lot and Improvements for Sale.
T Of ElOIIT. IN' BLOCK SEViQiTY
1J live In Olnej.s Astoria, together with
A iioori Hon ho and Woodshed
M.YK Hl'MJUKD DOL.fiAH8.
For paillculars hinalro of
.M. SKRRAor V,'. II. TWILIGHT.
Astoria. July 11. 1C8I.
the horse, along came a house urging an increase is that there-7" I " "w ,,s"''(7 ,3
painter, and when he had heard! are 3,781 non-combatants among that work e,t.,,uUed.oco.stthrec
their story he picked up a piece of Uhe enlisted men, and that hence, 00uts a i00t n;,s ('ost l '- "
paper in the alley, pulled out the 'in speaking of the army as 25,- dor these c.rcumstances .M..le
stub of a pencil and wrete: 000 strong, a wrong impression is LPS ca "feoinplish his tusk,
-We hereby sell this horse to i given. But, ot, the other hand, ,11. justly win a conspicuous ,
John Jones for $25, cash down. . reckoning about 2,700 comtnis- r.mown.-AgJc lorkbim.
"SVe raised him from a colt, and sioned officers and the scouts and "Have vou been to the seaside,!
his name is Andrew Jackson." signalmen in the so-called army of cjnra darling?' The speaker was
The paper was signed, passed ' 25,000, we really get one of about a pretty- dimpled brunette, whose
over with the horse, and as the 128,500. In the force which Gen. Cyes were 0f ,mt peculiar kind
farmer received the money he said: . Sherman calls non-combatant, are tuilt oan Klua,n with merriment,
"That's all there is to it, law or J included :00 Indian scouts. lf:sparkle with anger, or look with
no law, and it didn't take two. these are not combatant, taking. meit',cr tenderness on tho-e whom
minutes to do it. Why, I'd take ' the battle record of the last ; ix(ir possessor loves. The person
Andrew Jackson back home and. few years, it is difficult to saywloin .sllrt addressed was a tall,
knock him in the head afore I'd j what three hundred men are t statolv blonde, who wore lit r own
put my name to that paper bind-I General Sherman would hardly M)aek hnir. "Xo," responded Tiara,
ing us to keep on covenanting and (like to exchange these auxiliaries ' a mournful cadence in her tones;
agreeing and assigning and ad- forare giment of six hundred white ;Inave not been awav this sum
ministering a whole life-time oni ,,.e ., . , , , 0-, nae not oeeu jw.h ih ..mn
one old boss." soldiers. Another body ol l,2ol 1 ner? but j have saved enough
j men, styled non-combatant, in-' m0nev bv doing my own washing
.arcuc voyage. i eludes recruits . and station, re-1 . i... i, iir.ee coalebin cneniin nn
cruitmg parties, and musicians. ! this block, and don't you forget
Other large bodies include hospital j it." . Such is the.power of woman's
stewards, ordinance sergeants, and j love.
H " CELEBRATED
The late voyage of Capt. Ad
"amSj the adventurous Dundee
whaler, is the most remarkable on
K;;N. Kt TTKB, CIIKIISK.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, j
fisii. imi'i.tuy asr a.i:tK:
MAX-WaOXEK. - -iAdKNT
Is pteimred now to delieibeer tt Ids :a-.-
i is picnureu now 10 ueiieiuetr u ins i:u-
j tiiiiienrln the elt?tvllh' m owTicotn ej mici
la the easoI.
t'KMRS A3IR TOISAtTO. j 1T ls G1jARANTEEI) TJLVT TIHS
e,( of WIAIvS .WD MIIVOI1S. j UEER WILL NEVER SOUR.
CAN BE KEPT FOR ANY
IJ2NOTI1 OP TIME.
AH Clli-.lp f.U dASH. (iOOdK sold on eojn- J
iiiLsstiiu. ijiiMilii-1. W. Case's store.
.1. ROIM5F.RS. i
PriML .per. itnrrel or Tlilety
nl loVisi S 01)
Is reimbursed in great measure, to those
troubled with weak kidneys, by a Judicious
use of Hosteller's Stomach Riders, which
invigorates aud sUmulntes without exciting
the urinary organs. In conjunction with Us
itiuuence upon them, it corrects aciditv, im
proves appetite, and Ls hi everv way con
ducive to health and nerve repose. An
other marked quality Ls its control over
fever and ague, and its power of preventing
It. For sale by -all druggists and dealers
I). K. rt ukk.v T. W. Etos
Astoria Market !
Less Quantities per Thirty
COR. Cll lN AM L'S AND HAMILTON STS. allon -... O OO
John Rogers, Gentra! Market,
Has received a large Invoice of
1IAKRELS AND HALF BA.11ISKLS
of the best quality.
Anil now ready to supply Butchers Can
neries and all others, cheap for cadlu
We are constantly receiving new additloan
to our stock and have the finest and
largest assortment of variety
r Roods in the city.
Sisticneiy.. i n
AllourgOuds an marked ia plain flgures.
Call and examine quality and note prices.
CnAS. STEVENS & SON-
I One 5 Gallon Kog.
... 1 50
WAKltKX A K.VTOX. lroprIetorH. j
5fnd in your ordt-rs.
At the'CJreat Easteni.
I Smrriar to a nrr-fJl a -HcCrtf i
Wholenalo nd Retail Dealer in ;
Frosh and Cured Meats j
A full line of !
I'AMMA OROCKKIKS, rlAJCK, rKKU
I. W. CASE,
PORTiat AND WHOLESALE AND Rl
TAIL PKAI.ER IN
"AV"'tl"sRrVK"B- iGEESAL MERCHANDISE LADiES U"MRWEAR, etc.
irtuur, r.n.. . corner of Cass and Jefferson streets. Astort
P.. 3f. Williamson,
All kinds of
ai" Baiter, Esea. Cheese, etft. constantly
on nan J. - !
tar Ships iupplied at the lowest rates. ' -ASTOKIA
Corner Cheuamas and Cass streets. I
! 23BfStrwnr.lntr nnrl Tk-paos Mobi.n j
- - -..- OREGON i ordir. r - "M1 uuaB