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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 28, 1881)
Astoria. Oregon, Wednesday Morning, December 28, 1881.
Nick 1 1 4L'
Ex-Secretary Blaine was a ibr
rnidablft candidate for the Presi
dential nomination less than two
years ago. He has recently said
that he was "discharged cured."
From which epigram one might
infer that aspirations for the Presi
dency do sometimes amount to a
disease. IE" otherwise, why sug
gest that an aspirant had been
cured?" Cass had the malaria. So
did Webster, Clay, Seward, Cal
houn, Chase and even Horace
Greeley. None of them had it
worse than Grant has it to-day. In
his case the malady seems per
fectly incurable. He is a promi
nent lay figure in the present Ad
ministration, and is now pretty ac
tive in rewarding his friends and
punishing his enemies. He will
never forgive Blaine for having
been an instrument in defeating
his nomination at Chicago. The
latter has retired from office. But
there are rumors that he is looking
to the succession three years hence.
Reasoning from wlia't is already
known, it would not be so strange
if Blaine and Grant should be can
didates for the Presidency before
the next Republican convention,
notwithstanding the laconic say-
itig, for no aspirant has ever been
known to be cured when once he
liad set his heart on being nom
inated for the Presidency. It is
also worthy of note that those
aspirants who work the hardest for
the nomination are generally de
feated. Hayes and Garfield did
not work for it, although the
former had the backing of his own
Slate earl'. Sherman worked hard
for it and was defeated. Hancock
worked for the nomination, and
secured it, but was defeated in the
canvass. The Presidential bee in
the bonnet is as lively now as it
has ever been. It is humming in
General Grant's bonnet, in Blaine's
and in Hancock's and in half a
dozen others. Nothing as yet can
be predicted as to Arthur's aspira
tions. Vice Presidents who have
been elected to the highest office
by accident, have not had much
political good fortune afterward.
It was so with Fillmore, Tyler and
Johnson. Neither was thought of
sufficient consequence to be taken
up by the people afterward. John
son was an exception to this ex
tent, that he won the election of
Senator, but died before he had
fairly entered upon the office. The
humming of the Presidential bee
in the bonnet does not, after all,
indicate success. S. J?. Bulletin.
Tibbits tried to worry one of
these Parisian, salesmen and for
once succeeded. He stopped the
party promenading with him on
the Boulevard des Italiens at a
jeweler's, who displayed in his
window the legend, "English
Spoken." The "English spoken"
in the shops is good enough, as a
rule, to explain the nature and
quality of the goods, and that is
all. Further, the English speak
ing salesman has no more idea of
English than he has of Ashantee.
UDDitts marcnea in ooiaiy, ana
the English speaking man ap -
peared. He was a very well pre-
served, bald-headed man of fifty,
and at him Tibbitts went.
uo you speatc angnsiir
liouitts graspea uis nana en
thusiastically. "It's refreshing to meet one in a
sirauge iu.nu wuo can speaK ones
'Well, what I want to know is,
is the Chicago and Northwestern
railroad cutting rates the same as
the other roads, and do they out
THE PRESIDENTIAL BEE
for western-bound passengers the I away the Slur route .tra ailou.s
same as for eastern, and do you : the Post Office Department to ask
have the remotest idea that the less than usual for prospective de
cutting will be kept up till Sep- J ficiencies. But the other depnrt
tember, when I return, and doesiments all want an increase, and
the Pullman sleeping car company j the Interior asks double last year'
cut the same as the railroad com-1
"Eh Monsieur? Zee watches
"STou don't quite understand me.
., r, ,, , .
You sec the Pullman sleeping car
company is quite distinct from the
railroad companies, and one may
cut rates without the other. See?
Now what I want to know is ''
The bewildered Frenchman, who
spoke English, stared in n wild
sort of a way, hut his politeness I
did not desert him.
"Ees eet ze watch, .e diamond, !
lino-, and is .Miller fc-ino- to be a?
tail to Lapham's kite, or arr- they
both snuare ban"- n men and
ooui squari . nang up iik u, .nm j
"wnon you announce
spoken' you should
or at least understand
morning, or, as you don't under- J
".Not vet. What 1 want
know is who is this Lanham and -orK experiment wim a eouee potinu powes-e. tne jteeuiuir pnqtertie-. pouiinieiits. Third street, in j;. u
' -, Li ..,,.. ...i.:. , i",m i t? ! which o exactly suit the ,iiioaseondi-:Thomp-ios'sbliek. opposite Capt.Ain. I
Miller who have been elected to jshop lor orkiugmen tailed. Por tions of the human hair. i worth. Kihiuh b; tin- day, week or n
fill the vic-ineies oeensioned liv several months after Wilkes Booth The superiority or Jiri:vi:i-r's Fi.av- month. Mns.K.Ai:itwo.vi.
nil me acancies occasionuu n . omxo Kxtkact: eonist; in their per- z .-- i
the rcsin-nation of Piatt and Conk- I was shot the owner of the saloon . feet purity and -reat strength. . choic-i- Fruit.
"Will .Moiibicur look ai ze drink" said he, --out of that bot-. ut at i' remed v! tlu" Vnf-' --v, quick,, complete cure 4 day..
Li i-wi . i ..i w . ri lxi.il l.nrL- l.r "il u M- ) niir.!! ;,, ,., . I urinary affection!. smvtuiK, irequcnt
goods?" tie." "NMiat bottle' -Oil, , I JJjJ; ,-, sc,in ' h ' r iliniciilt urination, Sidney diseases.'
No, no. Is the Chicago and the Lincoln-killer, of course." Ttl&ruffSJl&AS.onW Oregon Depot. DAVIS j
Northwestern in this row-" wasgivenhim. "Did Booth really B?fi AU,ftl!S iVTi "
Bv this time the Frenchm-ui dr5nk this?" he asked, after the,.'"r various names, until I-iniut-u-. winiamiport Property.
l inib uiih. uu iri.iicuiii.iii ! called it Cinchona, in honor orthe hulv I
was out of natienee first sip. "ou bet vour iife he who had biouyht them that which was .Orcal barcains aru now offered in. the
n.-u luijiwuibi.. , - ; ; more precious than llu-jjolil of the Inen. i city ; of W ilhanisport for anv persons
GMin.mP.nr talks wliat. vein pnll I ltl. "ilOU UlUCli. -W Iiy, a j M'o Ibis d:iv.:ff.T n I.iikk nf Iwr. hun. Wishllicr to locate from one lot to five !
,. . .t.i i . i ..t j.. drpilnnd ffftv enrs. .(.iMein'f 1m4 oiroti lieres. It is well adapted
'im -gibberish. 1 ave not v.e time "' S--s lu "- -- - uo" l . inothiimto take its nlm-e. u ..ir..-tn. dairy ranche.. or pleasant
. ur :t- .. .-i. wonder he did iht deed." --With i allv cures a morbid annetite for stimii-1 elevated, .situated one
lu wwlt' J-uHiuawuwi. laiiLs. hv reslnrincr the imhirnl tniw of .Astoria on 1 0UI1JIS bay. V
c TiliViitrc cfiArAlx tonly Halt a "lass and liei1 lie tlie.tomnoli. it U:ii-s nvi'ivi. im-.. ' Jiraded road to the idace.
stand the plainest itgnsu,jU?fl,LiiJ54iAJa
He had succeeded this time, and ;
snouia nave resicu on nis laureis.
But TihbitLses. alas, nlwavs over-?
do what they undertake. " He had
exiracieu so niucn ainuscmuni
-.i i- j i
from his first experiment that he'UK,uu "- wo-,!, --"- hLUI u'1
' i .i . !
, j. ... . -. ailU Hie worms were CWlCUres ill to-
tried ic over again the next dav. ,-"-- "' -- '-i'"'"'1-1 ;
1T frH o .;,;io-. i-mi o.wl I b.icco, and would touch only the i
lie entered a similar place a net j '
nnmmonpof, tbo -.nmn tliinn- : bcst- -"ut tne chemists soon found
commenced the same thing. c:,nint:n tuni. mrn,
'What I want to know, is the'1 way ot simulating tnes worm
Chicago and Korthlen. 1. th. , $ " P1"'1 "'" j
raUroad war, a,dao you supposo! Th- 'hlruSn0o.l,cr,n,l,:
tbo .Mitflnn-of mtP will .-rmtimio i "ut nc "Snes. Jl lllCSC huriUHl ,
till Septclnber, when T mm,
UIIU ' I
"Indeed I cannot tell you, sir.
It is something I do not keep the
run of. You had better apply to
the American exchange or the
This in the best and clearest
American English. Poor Tibbitts
...i tn.. ..., i .l, a.n. .would always be a sure guide.!
ad taiien upon a bright American J n-voti ni-ule mise-ihlc hv Indi
?ho was turning his knowledo-e of ! And so h would be' but ",,fortu- jsestion. Constipation, DluhwXn of
, & , . a ; nntelv Jome of the manufacturers appetite, VellowSkin? MiilohV Vital-'
rench to account by serving as at uu -v -0,,,t Ul mau ,,ULl "' J: izcr is apnsithe eiire. Firah-li W..
r rencn to account nv sen-inn- as ai
salesman in Paris. " Mr. Tibbitts
in in Paris. Mr. Tibbitts!
n iiocti,..x;i0 o0t,a iinx.i
ot f 'th. nine,. RnilUell as the Havnnas.
marksmen who, bv chance hit a
bull's eve should bo verv modest
Duuseeiiouiuoe er mouest
anci ritisn ro snnnr nn-nin. n.von
. . .. ......
Napoleon, great as he was, fought
one battle too
The aggregate of the estimates
for the next fiscal year is 340,-
562,507. This is between forty
and fifty millions more than were
those for iho current yonr
Enormous as this' increase is,
the actual appropriations will
doubtless outrun the sum named,
j Last ye after a goneral outcry
against the extravagance of the
, departments, Congress, while cut
tinff down some estimates, appro
priated, on the whole, a great
many millions more than were
. weu toward 3
haps even 8400,000,000.
The great reductions of the ua- J
called for. So it will be this vear. side nlankino- is of oak. miioo
tional dobt have of course reduced! 'rhose writing deks at the City IkmiIc
, . , ; store are the best in the city. They are
the treasurv estimates, there being soincthins nice and durable, and just
lflMi.aJf n ,, nnA . thvliat most yonns ladles uouldapprcci-
l ;jnf i.n .. ,
less interest to pay, and pruning
appropriation, thanks to the arrears
.swindle. The War Department j
land Navy Department call for!
i sundry millions extra, principally
j on account of the rise m the prices
.(, j i i. .. . .i .i i
i iuuu mm uvuui .supjjiif, aim uiu,
Navy talks of a year's installment
on the thirty millions necessary i
for u new fleet. '
The last Congress was a teriiblvl1'? fm ncrvou-i dcbillt. ami weakness J
b - J of the generative functions. .-I, ntdrug-j
costly one for the ceuntry: there Intel Oregon Depot. T)AV1 & CO.,!
:-:, . .... r .. ,' :... lWllaml, Or.
is unit; ij nupc lur y;i lnnii u
successor. iVVic York Sim.
Vrtiv Vrb 'I'-in t 1. 1! .. i
lc xorx j.ints " -" l t
show whv the recent New
when lift took lus last drink made!
money by selling the liquor out of
'--sa-ntl hottle. One evening a'
stranger entered: --dive me .a
i? v'v. ' emntied his own into -i ueiMibor-
unce -English emptieu ins own into a uugnooi
sneak Fnn-b'sh ing spittoon ua man would jnur -
.iiahi.ii0uiu,i o j
and if. Goodi"1-'-" his grandmother. So with
I tion to
lho.v "- lo that a good
j.ciSnr could he- known h7 ll,(i 15Sht
!i 1 .. :a ni
mown MieuK uu ii. i iiim- were
th. oirrav Sod; ii
bad. But the enterprising tobac-i
i f j . i
cuuisus soun inmiu ii way in maue
the vilest cabliagenia bum as spot-
lossly white as the besr Havana,
. . A ,-.. ,, .,
Another test gone, r-umlly the
makers of choice cicr-irs nut -i little
inauens 01 cuoice cigars pui .1 nine
I red label a-ound each. This was
thought to be .somcthiiio- which
have' bv a slran k(; pt
"ave- " a sU-an mistake, put j
the labels ox. the cabbagenias usj
I An mterest,nS c-Jcription ol
i yM . s. repentlv n -
earthed in Norway , and taken to
Christiana for exhibition. i give
) r -n i i
in one of our Kastern exchann-ns.
, .-. 0 -
, At a recent meeting of the British
. . n
I Association, .). Harris Stone staled
j that although 000 years have claps-:
ed since the construction of the
ship, she is found'to be a smart,
; trim-looking craft, built on beauti-'
ful linei, and was admirably adapt-'
ed for speed and seaworthiness.;
The. vessel was 77 feet in length
and 1( feet 11 inches beam, and ,
uater. She Was clinker built, the
ilnnthropi&ts coffee. Xo -fSSn! V. W SSnS" thi iffSSlE ' 'I'o all who are sufferiuK from the
1. l. .-I.. -t -.. x.nt m H...V.X -lYlforfrtxUKr.i-iF-&"-UUSKaW -ik--JJl-fi--
SHZiwJiWi I,-u,,"-in-J1i r T... iv. f i-,.V... . ;.i-V.J ou weakness, early decay, loss orman
!n?KLL,i T?.,a",,r.VHr..!h:: h x S.,ll,h. .: IioH.I.e-lwlllseiid a recipe that will
" -'" " "" i,o ri,tt .r in ti w. ;;V, ".'Am V t V ' "EH OF CHARGE. This
it. . nmSn ,Mrl; . ." ,, I'- Wf x"x ' - wmwlv was discovered by a mls-
the nuddiii; is m the eatiim. and we 5o. .. f s -llti. vn.prjp,, spnil n ;plf.
, wlllliifrix nlilii.. tliU i.t. t.v.rvni,. ,,.. -puarj niftout n .vnerica. aenuaseiL-
rxliinUc -incl timlior nf tlirx fratno Is 1-ot :i "'' tfl." it la litood-piirifieraml
ipianks ana timuer ot tne trame unjc inipnnt of the iikm1 immsIhis the .
! hpinn- ffpnnd InirofliMr ...itli J tein.deKinso the elrenlatlwi, ami Ihns hi- "
withes of tree roots. The bent
timbers were natural crooks. Thel"';1-
, ill a fine state of preservation.
I wnat most yuuu;; i
I atc from the giver.
ns may run up 1 planed and firmly fastened by ltnfALJf.'!l!S!-, JP!
- o ' . itirutiv.jict'tmcnc.iiaci;acnc.iicncrai n cai.-
o,0Ul,0U0 or per-1 iron rivets, and the entire vessel is QtMnirtv. Pihiph. ujcav. sttviUniii: Ac.
i ac. jilius: or me uioou ttrtireuis aim
fall ar Ccni ml Market fur tin bvt of
turUet,-. -roese. cliieken. fruit-;, and
vegetable--. He., fur Chri-slnius nnd New
Year. John IJookb-. i
Jtoiih on JJats."
The thing dc-ired found at last.
DnijjqlsU for "JjJ V-Mrlx-d-'
lui?. i.'boxe--. J
..,. . ...
. Case for upper Astoria or any other
pari of thceity. Leave our orders on
tUp slate and thevwill he promptlv at-
Wells' Health lieiienur.
I'nlHa all Other Slair Ire.-sli-
Is- the le-.t for iiromoliiig the urowth of!
udbe:mtifv in-the hnir. and rendering I
t dark anil tflo... TheCoeoninehold:.!
in a liquid form, a Rtrw propmtion of
deodorized eoeoamu oil. prepaied ex-
prevtij ioi mi, iur)iie. .mi oiucri'om- ,
The Count Cinrhnn was the .Spanish
Vieeroy in l'eni in Hv"0. The Counte--.
hU wife, was nro.: rated bv an lniernilt-
"r ,im,,,r :,s u :i fovr. and destr.is '
J ,oUl ankp. The powerful ionic virtue,
' f the Cinchona is preserved in tin-'
.against malaiial fever to-dav as they
all dnijiKi, Kioeer, and Iup.or denier;.
0rd. r it.
Urace up the whole .y.teiu with,
Kintr of the Iilotvl. SeeaiKertisemenl.
-Whips. curr -combs, briishe; mv
i..i.. ft i t i ?.i. .. .-.. ,
suh-i.; nr.-i-eia-M;oou-. eneap ior ean.
- j. (.,, vy
, ,. :, . ' ,'
.luliu.s Jlalbsutb, music teaeher for,
piano, organ or voice culture. Cleaning (
orcans will be. properly attended toby
iK,vinS order- at AdlerS book ami
" "? !
brought to Astoria. COUMotiug of ner-1
bmshes. hand glasses. and tni!rtiirtiilispiraiions -.vill produce the gloss and
1 nf -ill kltlil; lillMwlllI liri'nnl fur flu. --,,1. ...... ,.r . ...1. fn..tnnn .....I ,...-
i ; --, - - --. --. - " .
nouuays. i.aii ami examine goods ami
i S-.'SSK' ,R',S!rnil!l! m'm?11
.1. W.K oniLs ilrug sior. opposite () - el -
'dent llolel. Astoria, Oregon.
. ., ","7" . .- -i i
-A NsmI liiu-etor tiiv with iuch
I V"-t,,,-Jl,f S.h,,e .". .Cn f ! , 'elJUM. - - v -
inee50 eent. Sold b . K. Dement.
,lr ,., 7.7.. ,m7: "..... r..i M....J
' ket, has made arrangements to keep all
. the finest fresh fish. etc.. in their season .
izer is a no
, K. Dement.
-Whv will yon uiiikIi when Shilotf.s
! i&Sl.gSJftrSiri K'ifcl""" KniitS and .Telly,
,.,o, " :
por Dyspepsia anil Liver Complaint,
ireWi!"Xa W?r1? ?V
'. fails to cure. .Sold li V. K. Dement.
i oiiiion. x inu.i-i. n hch-j
The lVntviaii svnu has enr.il thou
saiHUwlmwi-resiifferiuu fnmi dypep
I ni a a xviiu xx-reMwii-riu 11.1111 hiiii-j
I, .ii.:i:... it r.ti i...sr '.:.
i Mii.m-uiiux. iixi-i uiiiiiiiiii,i. imii-., uu
"p1- 'i,i',-, comnlaints eje. 1'auiph-
Met-jfreetoaiiyaililress. h-.-lh W.lowlf
t s Sons. Doton.
! -&i-&g Of tll6 BlOOdj
j "" f ''Kx&r ."n !" .7
! f-ircr ('mnpMnl.C'tnitiiMti'iii.y, mm DiV- j
cures tlu'M- by attacking the caur. Impurity
of the blood. Chemists and plijslciansauree
hi calliiiK it "the most Renuliie and efficient
preparation for the purpose." Sold by Dni;--bts,
si per bottle. See testimonials, direc
tions, itc, in pamphlet , 'Treatise on Diseases
ot tbe Mood," wrapped around each bottle
. 1LVNSOM, SOX & Co., Prop?.
i-'urnlHlted Uooms to I,ef
At Mr- Mm win's lodging hoiw.
.FUit received per steamer Columbia, i
c fine lot of eastern oysters, which will
b served up in first class style. at p.os-
eoes. Occident block. !
j Ou after this date an additional 10
cents ner cord will be charccd on all
... - . i .. ! i i t i
orders for sawed wood not accompanied i
by the eah, at Grots wood yard. July (
I Another fine lot of Eastern Oysters
'just received at Roseoes, per steamer
Oregon. Occident block.
Notice to the Ladles.
Switches. etr3:i and frizzes made from .
combing or out hair. Call on or ad-j
usfii ti .i. j iii,r..ii.y.. j ,
Occident hair dr.siiijj; saloon,
Arrisoiii Lodstn Houie. Joet-t
land. On-con. . 1
. - .. . j
.M'v jioiisi -tini nri ciass in u.s aji-;
All of the elioicest kinds of applet in j
Ithelarpest boxe-: for sale at J. 11. U. !
CSrny V. I
mile south of
rith a eood
informat on call at my residence ncai
the eemetery. .Tonx AViLi.tAatsoy
information call at my residence near
. r. iNMAitiim IlorkCitj.
Advancinj? yeai-s, care, sicklier, dis-i
app(.intment. and hereilitarv predlsposi-
firm all rmomlo t. turn flin linir riv
v ... l rl, " V":,"" :: " i-i
and either of them inclines it to .shed
prematurely. Ai:ks llAir.Tir.or. will
iesiore faded or gray, light or red hair
to a rich brown or deep black, as may
be desiml. It softens and cleanses the
scalp, giving It a healthy action. It re-
K S? SSia?BS?S .SS
Proved or tin- L'lands doe.irncl. Itsef-
in its operation, it is iucomparablo its a
' d"rVn!?'an,i I1Ml'r,al,y Vsi1"ed f-V -t!u'
' .soft lustre and richness of tone it im-
parts. It contains neither oil nor dvc,
t and will not soil or color white cambric;
xt.t blasts long on the hair, and keeps it
1 fresh and vigorous.
pft, c . , .. .... ... rjK . . . v-
iixrsiiiix-ss in xuiitii. jimiuinn .iim Mm:
- - -- -
GeiienUa.ssoitiiu-iitnriai.ie stock militant
. m iinmi. -tueh ai
I Bacon, Hains, Shoulders, Lard,
VAUiS. KUTTIIK. CHEKSE,
preSf- ffllltS afld VefletablCS.
I1 -tuno ii ibtjumuma,
I'irr.TKY ,1XI G.OI1S
In the season.
C'ICi.llfiS A'I TOR.ICC'O.
BiHt ol WKiVS AXI LIQUORS.
All c!ie,tp fm CASH. I'oods sold on corn
mKvii.n. iii;misu I. W. PaM-'s store.
I. K. uhi-1. T. V. Kxtos
Astoria Market !
COR. f'Hi:XAMi;.S AND HAMILTON STS.
ASTOKIA. - - 0P.EGOX.
n'AKRl'A' A 5-LVTOX. Proprietorw.
(SteC','ont i Wurrtn t UcGvlttl
Who1o;nlc rtndKetail Dealers in
Fresh and Cured Meats
A full line or
FAMILY OKOCEKIES, FLOUK, KEEH
HAY. CA.XXKD FRUIT. V&1E-
B-Butter, Ejces, Cheese, etc. constantly
" Shi pa strpplied t the kwesi rates.
S. ARNDT & FERCIiEN,
TU Dl.,o !flU:r OU
I he rioneer Machine onop
S H O P?l8lllllsS
t r",Tr.i r avn :--i jv ;r
.-. -. fa- i,z &r. -.
All kinds of
. fanni? & luron a m irnroTrl
w SJa.iAJ vf Z&.JL y fMtL
noinptlr attended to,
A specialty nude of rejuilifii"
TOOT OK LAK.UKTTK STRKtX
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
K.NTON hTUKKT, KI1 1!.Khi: llOfSi:
ASTOIIIA. - OISKOOX.
GENERAL MAGH1HISTS AND
Boiler Work, Steamboat Work,
and Cannery Work a specialty.
A. 1). W as., Pn-slilent.
.!.. HcsTLEi:, Secretarv.
I. W. CASETreasurer.
.loiix 1'ox, Superintendent
Corner Main nntl Chcnamus Streota,
ASTOKLV - OREdOK.
CTG'ARS AND "TOBACCO.
JOSEPH RODCERS & SONS
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GENUINE VOSTENHQLM
and othor English Cutlory.
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
Genuine Iileershaum Pipes, etc.
A line steck of
VnteIi. and Jewelry. Sluzyslt kiiU
ISeeceh Ijonding; Shot un- and
ItltlfM, Itevolvei'.s. l'l.str.lM.
AL.no A KINK
Asottuient o fine Sl'JXrrAfLKS alid KYE
rerUrituh bark "Waultiek" due at Astona
100 Tons No. 1 Glencarnock Scotch
40 Tons English Foundry Coke,
350 Tons Best Hard Steam Coal.
GERMAX1A BEER HALL
BOTTLE BEER DEPOT.
Ciiy tsirs SritkET. Astori .
The Hcst of Layer 5 L'ts. a Class
Orders for the
Celebrated Colombia Brewery
1 v - liL. TCrTl"TC2
IIt at thLs place -will be promptly nttend-
S3SNo clieap San Fninciseo l"eer M)ld at
W.M. JiOCK. Proprietor.
AT THE OLD STA XD, OKA V'S IU'I LDINO
FIKST CLAjB WOKK A SPECIALTY.
OPPOSITE O. K. & N. COMPANYS DOCK.
None but thebe't liquors and cigars passed
I. W. CASE,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RE
TAIL DEALER IN
Corner Clienamas and Cass streets.
ASTOKIA - - - OREGON
E. c' 1101-DEX-
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND .
SURANCE AGENT. ' K
T A. MolXTOSH.
MERCHANT TAILOR, '
Occident Hotel Building,
ASTORIA - - - OREGON
Xp D. WIXTON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Office In C. U Paiker'a bulldln--, on Beatoo
stecet, opposite CustomHouse,
TAY TBTTIiK. X. J.
PHYSICIAN AND SUBQEON,
Okfick 0er the "White Houae Store.
Uksidknck At Mrs. Munson'a boarding
hoiiM-. Clielianm street, Astoria, Oregon.
P CRASH. 31. D
"PHTHICIAN AND SURGEON,
ltoom Xo. 3. Astorian BHlldlax.
UKsiDKNrK Corner of Benton and Court
vtreets, Astor.a, OreRon.
1 1. UKJKS.
ASTOKIA, --- - OREGON
Uooins in Allen's building up stairs, conn
orCis-jaml Sienioeqhe streets.
Q. A. BOWLBY.
xVTl'OKNEY AT LAW.
Cni-naniiLS Street. - ASTOKIA. OKE0
q ii. nvi. !fc CO..
Doors. AVindOTH, BliBdn, Trnw
hoiun. La-aber, Y.tc.
All kiuds of Oak Lumber, Glass, Boat Mn
Steam Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. Gu
e vi e and Astor streets.
J. H. D. GRAY,
Wholesale and retail dealer In.
AIjL kixds of feed,
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc
d'eneral storauc and Whartnge on leason-abU-
ternis. iMot of Benton street. Astorln
John Rogers, Central Market,
Has received a large Inrolce of
BARRELS AND HALP BARRELS
of the best quality,
And lb now ready to snpply Butchers Can
neries and all others, cheap for cash.
if ew and Choice
Desires to call the attention orthe Ladles ot
Astoria to the fact that she lias received
a larue assortmont of the
LATKST STY'IiFJ OF
Hats, Bonnets, Trimmings,
Corner Main andSquemoqhe Streets.
Wilson & Fisher
LrilHIOATING OILS. COAL OIL,
PAINTS AND OILS.
Sheet, Round, and Square Prepared
PROVISIONS, MILL FEED,
GARDEN SEED, GRASS SEED.
Which will be exchanged for country pro
dace or sold at lowest prices.
Corner Chenamus and Hamilton Streets
Mrs. P. 3L Williamson,
1)11 ESS TRIMMINGS,
All kimls of
LADIES UNDERWEAR, ETC.
Corner of Cass and Jefferson streets, Astoria
-Stamping and Dress Making donaro
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