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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1882)
Astoria, Oregon. Friday Morning July 7. 1882.
Washington Letter. . various kind, to the page-boys at j invitation with many thanks, and .. . -. 1 1 2 U 2 54 1 -31 si -?
-t n T T" , . the cunitol and Uk- watchmen and 1 if lie at cents, which it is presumed; : -5 :: I .-5 : 7-2 " " s: 5 2I? "sS'sa oSgo .r
From our Regular Coi respondent, j iu-wwu. ... iw ! . j 4j. -sa i - j'j jj -;. qSSiic .sS0 '
AismraTON D.C., June ,18S2. scrub-women everywhere. Two) he is quite sure to. do. he first in- g - l0lzt ef 7 o 11?- i- o3?o ?
Speculation on the alleged ! j,er cent, of the pay received is the jdulges in tin bath. pri himself; 7fJ'J: :" f -- . ; 5Z -ss Hj"lc ISg -5
probability of Mr. Conkling enter-inmount demanded. This, amounts j up in his best array. patro'ir.s his g J ET t !"- fflso SH - JUi 5ge
in.; the cabinet of President to from I)toS10 each from the perfume bottles and hi po'mndes, j "- 7 " -; 2 S-i-s fTr--". iNrCs-i-? a2
Arthur nfrr rliA 1r.flmn this fall 1..l.,.r..rs md .t.rnwtitiox off. . smil :iml :lt the Hnnniutfd hour :miear ! . I S.S - r- E-5 "5"?. a Z wn b ".':: "fci 55 2
continues to break out every few to mnch larar sums from, the bet- j promptly at t lie door if his lady .s j 7: u-e o. 2 .- ifs & 2ai-2S- - j-p
days. Sinee the nomination of" rr naid classes, ft is not ea-v to '.apartments. She is there tn ic- "2 o - b-"5j: fl ' . intSlbs- sS 3
Judge Folgor for governor of New! tej wuai the iitire levy will jeeive him, dreed like a queen.- J 5 3-- 7.S --'?.3? t OS c5"fl 2 2g S
Vork has ceased to be considered jamount to, but the legislative., ,x-j wearing orange blossom-, in her- 1 gsa?ll"Zl .fxll lof-?! skSw
probable, it has been again said Jecutive and judicial appropriation j hair and on her bosom. She con-i t - iS s5 "2",'i i 2 J fco-a--sf.'E lal
that Mr. Frelinglmysen would
shortly succeed Mr. Lowell as
minister to England, and Mr.
Conkling thus be provided for in
the cabinet. Undoubtedly noth
ing would give the president morej
pleasure than to have Mr. Conk-j
Jing re-enter public life as one of
his advisers, bul have it from the
most unquestionable authority that
the ex-senator will not consent to
eome back to public service throuh j Interest in ihe star-ioute trial
the means of an executive appoint-1 now in proffres hre does not eem
ment. When the president was to be as great here as might he
in New York Mr. Conkling ex- expected, probably because those
pressed to him his sincere gratifi- j wi!(, understand the ins and outs
cation at his kindly offers, but hejof the matter do not expect that
said that he felt more happy and
contented as he was now; that Ii'Jn the firM. place pi oof of a con-!
fully recognized the unjust
hty exhibited towardnm, and that
even if his individual inclination!
should tempt him to accept the
piesident's offer he would decline
because of his resolve to do
ing to embarrass the ydtninistra -
That interesting and amusing;
difference of opinion as to the
salaries, which has existed between j Uncle Sam, which prevail here at
the housed and senate for several the capital, render the verdict of
years, has lately broken out again, a jury in such cases "mighty onsar
t hough not in a new spot. The tin." With, also, such a galaxy of
question of senatorial dignity also legal strength a is anayed on the
enters into the matter. Tho house j side of the defense there is daily
every now and then undertakes to! manifestations of the fact that the
equalize the salaries of employes prosecution is heavily ovcrweight
of the two branches of congress, 'e(l. The attornev-general does
but the senate regularly sets down
on tho effort. Fortunately the
pa' allowed by the two houses was
the same, but in the days of Demo
cratic 'economv, six vears ago
the time when Sam Randall and
ITolraan undertook to save fortvl
millions by reducing the salaries
of clerks and scrub-woman the
pay of all employes of the house
was reduced about twenty per
cent., thus leaving that of senate
employes one-fifth higher. The
house employes ask for an equali
zation that will increase their sal
aries to the same figure that is
paid by the senate. Tho house.
however, after talking tho matter
over, thought that an equalization
could be effected as well by re
ducing the salaries of the senate
employes as bj increasing those of
tho house7Fhich action was ac
cordingly taken. It is felt certain
that before tho bill leaves the
seate all the portions reducing the
salaries of employes of that body
will be struck out, as the senate
has always contended for the right
to fix its own salaries, regardless
of what the house thought or did
as the senate is not as economi
cally inclined as tho house. A
proposition to allow each senator
a clerk at $1,200 a year, payable
out of the contingent fund, recent
ly received the votes of nearly
half tho , senators. It was not
such an unreasonable proposition
no mirrhi- Kr cmArtCrtfl Kir t.IlOA vllf" I
6 , 1 , -. J
do not understand what an cnor-
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I11UU3 UUI 1 taUUIIUSIll.1. v.... ...-
upon a senator with people from
every quarter of his state and
even outside of it.
Tiio Republicans have never
worked the 'mine of political as
sessments for campaign purposes
with sucfi boldness and energy as
they are applying to it now. Cir
culars are being sent to every em
ploye of tho government, male and
female, from the heads of bureaus,
clerks, postmasters and officials of
HilI, which includes the greater
part of the employes of the gov
ernment, calls for &1 Do ? r,000, and
two per cent, would be 395.
oAO a snug sum for a campaign
fund. Most of the money will be
disbursed this year by the con
gressional committee, and they in
tend to put it where it promises to
do the most, irood. There is to be
no delicacv or backwardness.
anything serious will come of it.
hosti-lSjnit.v 0f 1 1ilr- kind, where every-
thing is done under the form of
Taw, is an exceedingly difficult
matter to establish. All circmii-
stances and common sense conclu-
noth-jsiOMS ,ay point clearly enough in
jone direction, while distinct legal
i evidence fails. And furthermore,
with the lax notions of moral ob
liquities in official relations with
give much personal attention to
the trial, and such lawyers as
Cork hill, Bliss, and Merrick arc
no match for tho half dozen ablet
ones on the other side. Spot.
rwpttuai vourauip. ,
The Mexicans of the wcalthv or
well-to-do classes have a custom!
in married life which seems to me
a pretty one. Husband and wife
have entirely separate apartments,
and neither is expected to enter the
apartments of tho other except on
invitation. "When the husband de-1
jircs the ennmiiiv of his wife in i
sires tue conipam oi nis um in
his apartment 1
invitation in terms
'.lofty and form
closes it in a perl
seals it and sends.
silver trav in the hands of a serv- i
suertra3 mine nami.s oi aser-i
ant. The ladv acknowledges the j
invitation in tho same way, ami if J
dies in waiting. These then re- j
tire. The husband receives her at:
tltn. Ann. Inn,).. I. in .. i:itt -..1.1- I
uiu uuui, ivuua iiv;i lu .1 iiimj uiUli:, '
where he treats her to chocolate
or tea, cakes, fruit, etc. In the
midst of his aoartnients he has a !
room, furnished in the most ex
quisit way he is capable of, which
he holds acrcd to his lady, and
never occupies it utiles she is
lirOtlf 'I'liic T-rtrt..! tc K.o rtrln
io writes a note of as nicking it up in the road. The . to im nay. alter a lapse or two lum-1 Second str.vi m lively s Astoria, from
ai noliteness en-' marking- "Yell that is ehe-m ; cJr,,' w,Fm, "Plielito for stimu-i ing the suiim with three-inch planking
ai poiuencss, u-1 m.irhiug. t h, mat is cue ap , huts, by restoring the natural tone of and b stnugnteninsr the Diliie' where
.Jin. v.!,i.iw, .....i... .-I... i iu.ui i juiiijj u j i..... iiL " i pare, aim oi mo nest Known uualily. F.C.
most likely to do. she nnnears at blowed aud 1 had to run lUvwlf'Mv&JVJi.? "" -' IS-V-'- Auditor
" l i uoiuiuiT in ieu orni. " i lie prooi Ol --
i.l. .1 r t . a .j ; ...! . .i.i. . . i.-i.-i. r. s i thn iiini.itiii, i ; tin .....i..... ....i ..-
i in. uuui ui ins aiiiiiuneiit ai mo iil-uii oi oeuLii io much ii. "", "t1"'' "1."n' i-mum. iiu Strppt imnrnvpmnnf
. . ,. ..... . ... willingh abide this test. For sale bv .. :nprQvement
appointed Hour, in brutal costume i you see l run even' "' all druggists, grocers and liquor dealers ' -yl,t- Is hereby
i u.. .. .s e u i-' ..: ...,i ! .. . ' Ordf r it. LoebArCo..a2eits forAstorln! S t'uuuon Council of th'e i
;nv;uiiu.i u uuu u iiiuii; i;i hit in- hiiiij ii.w.t.y nun ivm uiv e.op I ijil- H.r.tw.cn t f.... u,
:T ' , .i"his was nt Gloucester. As she
lie bintres no expense to make it ' ,. , . . , , ,
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.... uiuuuv. 11J. Llilllllllll" .IT. IJV..S3I-
hie. When the jrciitleinaii has ie-!
ceived Ins lady in his apart ninnts;
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it is not proper to leave hr until j
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they have breakfasted, which does!
not usuall' occur until 0 o'clock. .
After the lapse of 5ome days j
I do not know how many eti-
quette requires that tho lady shall j
return the husband's comiiliment !
b- a siuiilur invitation, nicely seal
ed in a nerfumed enveloDe on a
c;tr. u i i j i
silver tray. He acknowledges the
duets him 10 a little table, when;
he is offered wine ami cake orl
chocolate and cake and fruit. ... , - , . " ,
Seattle coal miners .shipped
After t!iis pleasant repa-t she re-j,,-nAn. ,. , , .
, '., , . lii.009 tons of coal during Juiif.
gales him with songs and music on j ' "
the guitar. She also 1ms in the! Your Wife Wants
J One of those oil stoves; neat Hint ron-
midst of Iut apartments a room veulent. See one at Fo-ter-.
which !.. holds sacred 10 her; Mavv Wisiarhnts-ua of w.ht ,-l.err.x 1
ImtvMul ..tn) wliinli ! tii'vpr on- s always at hand. It;ures roiiiihs. wiM-j.
. ' . j bronchitis. wlinoiineouh. eroii!. in-1 titT.
riiuc unless he is present, it mav t Jliier.ra-naujiii'tion.anil all ilire.nt and -
be supposed that t his' saer. nxiin ,,,!ltr 'Plt-- 'iN aniljSl a 1m,- j .V m , .,. w, ln.uh-.
. . I. 1 i 1 m-im iii imai'tiian.' n'liei. rre
is her nnde above all 1 lungs, :inI - -"- - - n -t- - .-t :ml -1. soidhy W. k. De-
to adorn and watch over it the
occupation and joy of her life.
Thev remain together in the hulv.'
u-liJMi ilmv- rr-titi scnii-Mi,. TIiik i .- i- i T. i il elothiin; to keep tln'iii dry will plras"
v.mcn tne again epai.ue. iiutriicuuiutiMii, u. I'liiuder Onnn.iiii. , .
there is a continual interchange
of courtesies and perpetual com t-i
ship. Galveston Netrs
Ho'wr to Cook Rice.
PPu,ar artclc of food than h"re-;
tofore. ft is frequently sub'-titut-;
ed for potatoes at the chief meal
the dav. bein-r more nutritious and
G ,., ,. . .
much more reanilv digested. At i
i'-s present cost, it is relatively j
nrt"eni COt. It is relatively'
cheaoer than potatoes, oatmeal or"
' . ,. i-ii !
gr.iin-gnt-. ol any kind. In pre-
paring it only just enough cold
,-..,. , 3d. at Washington,
luce is. becoming a much morej,
water snoulcl be nourco on to pre- i " " us"irnei aim.siii ami iirnKen i . t m.m. station l). ew lrk (Mtv.
, . , ' . 'of your rot by a sirk cluM suifering : r- . zz -z
vent the nee from burning at the and crying with the excruciatiuc pain' v.ui.u.- i. .,- . -.,. i ..
, 14A f ,, .'i-i iA nJofeufllimteelh? li M.oaJ oneeandi- oll,lu" Nl,or,f 0l "mmtaknlile
bottom of the pot, which should. j,ota iM,UJ(M,f r. wi,," .SioUiiiir; Keneitts
lne a cloe-filtiii"- cover and with "Syrup, it will relieve the poor litt!sul"- tloufern'd iiimju tens of thousands of
a moderate hie the rice is steamed ! there ino mistake about it. 'fh'-re is the reputation whieh AYKns.s.viys.veA
A. . . -. i -i - i .not a mother on earth who has 'ever I nri.i..v enjoys. It is, i compound of the
rather than boiled until it is nearly -so,i n. who will not. Ml vou at once : ,K'-t vegetable alteratives, with the
done- then the cover is t-iken ofi tnat i ttin 'hite tin bowels, ami . pilules of Pol.issium ami Iron, and is
oone. inen tue coens i.ik n on, lyp to u,,. ,n0,I4r, ami relief anil : nuwi eiT-tual of all remedies for
it . -! . 1 .j 1 Tl 111. 1.. it !!- j . . fCSlV.fttlitt lit.lnit:.-.l nH 1 . 1 j- -. .1 .1 J . 1
inc surplus sieam aim moisture at-
, . , . .
m?gy n,ass. as a fine mealy potato
jis .suPerior tn ,hf" wator-soakiid
How He Lost Hia Ciop.
A few days ago a farmer from
mi: uumury was Ufa oiuupiei, via., i
flnfhmn- tmv .iiwl ftiiifnr.l l.nri I
doming .store, and Uailor-t nact j
vain to sell tniii suit ol
i. . . m
clothes,. Failing in this, he then
tried Jo p1! him n tpnw bit viuvir, .
ttiett u eit mm astraw tiat tne.ip
I low's th.it v" snid Jilord "You '
iiow.stmu. .saui HHiioru. i ou .
see 1 had a straw hat once and !
when I was at work it
nin1 arter my hat. I just took it
to the house in the fall and craw led
.....1.... ..... !..,,! ...1 ..... ...... O... '
uuuci iiij uuu iuu iiuii iwu lill
irons on the dinged old thing and I
told it to stay thar, and it's thar
Tin yftir 1T13 was a reat era
in American naval aunal.s. In that
j year Captain Andrew liohinou
, huill the first .schooner ever sem.'
riiuiMi nun mi' water, a nvbianuer
1 ., . , ...
rt nrl- -l rfil.- li..tv l.f v.-li, .-..: '
r, ,. ,, , ," .' 1
Catchina: at the word, Cant, liob-
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mson replied, A sehoor.ei ht her
no ncw n eauio at onee
into wi(le llcctiVimico.
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Young men bavin; unfonuuatclj
cwitractctl disniaos, poisoning, tho
Wood, can find nothing better to re-,
hoallh tIwn lfl--" Oregon 1
-A Xa;al Injector free with each
ihoUle of Shiloh's Catarrh. Remedy. 5
1 Price 30 cent. Sold by W. K. Dement.
" iuc3uiiL,iuiu "-'"'-tui". aim picasaui in iiiu taste. aim is tiirpns. 'innimi eiieci.s, u prouuees rapid ami
nut n tniss nf mimv-wliite kernels- script ion of one ol the oldest and lMst V,."niloU )r,,s,uf Syrofnto, Sores, Koils.
ouLamassoi snow -white kernels, f.maIo j,,VSjciims a,.,, niirspj! m tho Humors, lMmplc-s, Kruptions. Skin Dis-
cach separate from the other, and United Stab. Sold everywhere. 2o . eases and all disorders rising from im
'. - . cents a bottle. ' purify of the blood. Bv its invicoratiii!?
I as iuucii superior 10 in' usuni ;
of the most, countryman looked at the hat, re-j us nothing to take its place. It eifeclu-i mirth Hneot Ileniiook sireei, by sheafh-
iimed euvelone, j enough, init it would be dear to i tho t-toiuaclj. it attacks excessive love ever out of repair, and nuless a remon-
if to her on a line if vou would rin it to me." both alike. The nowerful tonie Virtual thirds of fin. nnu'wrtv rrr.iiti..w .. r.i"
2 r - z 08. g 2 Z 5 1
- izn-xi -. s
Oit the '.in. u slupuii-n: of !r2
MuJinii;) converts arnveii at New
York, under lilder Irvine.
... .ns:Wll 1M.(ini.. sutK-rln.. with
IHoihI I'liriiier. .SM it ono dollar .
The corner stone of the Uariie M
! Memorial church was laid on the
New, quick complete ciuv l ua -.. j
urinary all'ections. smarting. I'r.Hiuent
or ditllculr urination, kidney diseases.!
Sl.atilnisjsisls. Oregon leiHt, DAVIS :
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-.: Miun.i mu ueimuii; ivwiiru
"ere mm: L-al norma.
.Tioin.-r- : jiouirm:: jioi uer: :
ncaao 10 uiu uuuu.openuuisuKemaic.
It is wrfeetlj safe to use in all cases,
I,,, wiiiuviiiuiiiii hm uir ciw iimi
!'? SMftf Otrtnli rn vi !..! t. ...!.. I.
L. -v -"'"-' " y'"""w;;m
his wile, wa.-, prostrated by an intermit- j
the uje or the native remedy, the IVru-
vianbark, or. as it was called in thn
language 01 mo country, -ijunupiina.
Grateful for Iicr recoverx, iu her return j
l0 Europe -, hXil. she intrtHlueoil the
.i..t .... ,. .. .
eiueni moi.:ui, wnere n was Known
tinilur Vtrifill li'lmn; until I hiiki.hl
called it Cinchona; in honor of the. lady
vl, ,ia1 lro"!',t them that which was
luoro precious tir.m the gold of the ineas.
? - Umi!01m .P,0" in the
Peruvian Hitters, which areas eifeclive
uraIns.1 wnlHrml fever ItMhu as they
" Merer uiiiiictiiateiv (Icikmki noon it r .s.uhtlt-. coiuu onzmaic and ninmrnin
,, . OY,i'rc m lno 1,av"; t the old Spanish ,
would just. Viceroys. e guarantee the ingrcdi-
,i wi'iiL'! these bitters to be absolutely
If" CELEBRATED lA
P fc STOMACH
Tho feeble and emaciated MiiTctir" frnui
2",1? Ifffl1 SP5?9!T-I0.!y Hostettof stom-
ach Bitters. Ladie:nr tlm in.t iiiiMi
?lAUrl.i,tify Jtsbannless and 'restora
tive nronertles. ihT!iiniw nvm... v.. .h
S"J1 n'iiJjl""? tfd Hquon of m-
Suabfeof ail Si.n?w
-,-.' ....- . "- sut-si auu Hum
gists and Dealer
fiPT-a'PrEXi x . nyyyg .
r iifrirn jtr-. we .
Cattle sell at S2o per head in
Scrnfulvu-t eruptions, auch as )im
jiifs. iliscoJ.Ji-aiifui f skin epecillv
n f.ivO. will iHiiji:ir rapidly bv
uiig riiitnU-i's Onijon liol Pun-
The A.tiia Shirt and Oil Clolldny
I Vf f'tll- !... tlrt .11 t.tvff l.ta I -
' "' Hotel. J'tirous wMiIns uuod
j .u. i aeuoco. wue. Ol Me eon
m .. . i ..i. ?- .
' Ti'S.s!lli!Il fwmi I 'nliTrirnifi
dangerously ill at Washington, and
her life is despaired of.
Don't Die in flic Hohmp.
Ask Uruutjists for-Koushou Jiats." II
aVsrs out rats, mice, bedbugs, ronches,
vertnii:. llies, ants, insects. 15c per box.
. To all who an' sufTeriug from the
V1...1J.IUU1HUI -t.ii-tiuiii jl uuui, ner-
: hootl. etc., 1 will eiul a recipe that will
'cure yon FKEK OF CIIA1!GE. This
i snat rcuiedv was iHwovpiwI in- mta
MOnnry in .outli Ameriea. .Send a self
niitiresM-u envloj)e to the IJev. Joskph
:,Viu,",r"" - 1';"ll,,,"1
I uniformly .successful ai
and certain in Its
effects it always relieves and often cures
Liver Complaints, Female Weaknesses
and Irregularities, and is a potent re-
llUWer of italltv. For vmrifvinrr thrt
J blood it has no equal. It tones up the
sy.stem, natures aud preserves the
svmciii, leMorcs ami preserv
iic.u.ii, juni imparis vior ami energy.
For forty .wars it has b"cn In extensive
medicine for the suuering sick, any
F: Sal:: i:v all. Dkalkks,
w " "-"'-" ""
. Vl'Plf'P !o 1..i-f.l... .:.-.... .!. ...
I Sitraaf. ln.nrnAmanf Mnt .
t Common Council of iiio City of Astoria,
j propose to order the repair and Improve
ment of that portion of Salmon or East
j nortir.ii of .said str.et, belfilcd with the
I Auditor and Clerk of said city, within
.ten dus from the final publication of
this notice, the Common C
ordersaid repairs to he ma
hJr of the Common I'ouiicll
made, ily or-
given that the
L'itv of Astoria.
, repair .11 vuar street in SliIveIvTs As
, tona, from the eastsiile of West 6th St
i to the west line of Salmon street by
sheathing Hie same with plank three
niches in thickness ami lv wi.fi?rinT
j the railings and straightening pilings i
t wherever out of repair, ami unless a iv-
I luensimia: ..! ikhI bv thrt nu'iiois of
i two-thirds of the juopcrty fronting on
siuu iin ion oi saiu sircer. no rued with
tho Auditor and Clerk of said city, with-i
in ton rlays from tlu final publication of
; this notice, the Common Council will
onier saol miintveinent to be made. Uv
or.h-r or the 1 onimon Council.
F. C. XOJtKIS.
Auditor and Clerk. I
Astoria. Oiv"ou. Jnlv 2d. 1S8 t
Street Improvement Notice.
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iwiivr. i neiviij mven mat me
Common Council of the City of Astoria.
propose 10 onier tnp improvement and
lepiiir of Hemlock street in Shively's i
Astoria. iM'twet'ii the east line of East!
Seooiid street and the east end of said I
Hemlock street, by healliiiig the same j
with plank three inehes in thiekiuss
anilb repairing the railings thereon
;uidb .stniishteninjr the piling wher-j
ever lue same an out of repair, and un- j
iess:i renioiisiranee sipneu oy ineown
ersof two-thirds ol the proporty front
in: on said portion ofsaidsuect.be tiled
with the Auditor and Clerk of said city,
within ten days from tho final publica
tion of this notice, the Common Council
will order said repairs to be. made. Uy
order of the Common Council.
F. C. NORMS,
Auditor and Clerk,
Astoria Or- July 2d, 1882.
wwfic mm life mmmi mm,
A. 3rcKINNIK, Manager.
For Oregon, Washington and Idaho Twrttotiiisl
oFt'iri-: io iiirsr stkekt. roixxtAn, b.
CHAS. IIODOK, of HodR.', Darl- & Co.
C. A. DOJ.PH. of Doli,h. Kroaauh, IJolph 4
V ,, VtS-JSVStSft'Al11 J- -lJnUien & Co.
n.l - ..m.-n. ..-- .
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n,AceAW.ir ... .v tt. .
Ph liir.n ' "" "" ammci aoi
S. ARNDT & FERCHEN,
ASTOltlA. - OKKt'ON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
r - ' ,m--j
TrompUy attended to.
A specialty made of ropalriru;
FOOT OK LAFAYKTTK STIJEKT.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Hkxto.vSiukkt, Xki: r.iiKi:it Hoiisk,
ASTOIUA. - ORKOOX.
GENERAL MACHINISTS ANO
Boiler Work, Steamboat Work j
Of till OentrlptlOBH inndu to Ortliii
at Nhort Xetico.
A. D. WAS8. Preildcut.
J. O. Hcstlkk, Secretary.
I. V. Cask, Treasurer.
3$ -J Jr t CO - " -9
x HjKz z & w s s
MS wit- m
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Ciirnw SInin and Chenaxau Stieets.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.:
JOSEPH RODCERS SON
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GENU I HE W0STENH0LM
and other Kpduii Cutlery.
FAIRCHILD'I GOLD PENS
; Genmne Meerahaus Pipes, etc.
I A One ;tock of
atehtt ana JTevrrlry. Xnz7.l1 jui.1
Ktveek TieaafaK SUot CIhum and
RJMck, Jtrvelvcr. llftolM.
ALSO A VIXK
Assortment of JH no SITCTArLKS and KYK
f!IE l'AUTNEKSintHKRETOFOUK EX
A tathie bftween J. T. Borehers aud F. 31.
Collund In tho flsh packUig business, under .
Uie name of "The Astoria Variety Packlns. A
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w imib. noon ana saees: -
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-ksc or uie abOTe nea his Sio.ow tasar
ance in Ujis Company.
AUCTIOXKEIs COMMISSION AXl
TAR. J. C. RMAJFTEX,
PMT.SICL1A aul MWUrMS.
Diseases orttie Thrat aM ectalty.
Onlce over Conn': Drag Store.
! Q-'-t' F. PARKO.
Of Clattip Countj Otflce : Cbeaaxntts strer,
. M. Cf A ILOU-Itoom 8.
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C. S. CotumUsivcr, .ury XmMf e,
I Axeut trfr thcHainbiug-BremenTlre taa.Co.
oi iiarauurs. c.erroany.and oi tao Tjav
clers' IJfe and Accident Ini. Co.t of Hart
MTOflice tn Tj-thlau Bulldins. Booms 11, 12.
Tjl D. Will TOW,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
irarOfllee Hi Pytblan BulldJas. KoofiU 1, 12.
ASTOIUA, - - - c OREGON.
JAY TUTTIiE, M. .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Offick O'ver the "Walt Houae Mara,
ltBHiOKXcc OTer Elberson'a Bakerr. oo.
pwlto BaxUi & Myers' Saloon.
A m. rrirox, M. .
; Phyxlriaa and Sivea.
! OFFICE-Ovcr A. Y. AJ1 grocery store.
Koonu. at the Parker House.
F. p- hick.
AHTOKIA, .... OUOOM
I Kooiivi In Alien' bulldiag up fttlrs;
', of Ca-tt and Snoiuocotie streets.
.Ulen'g buUdims up t
I Q. A. KOWLBY.
j AlTOKNT3AT LA ft.
C-lieounuw Stnl. -' A5T0KIX, O&StKMt
ATIORTIET AT LAW.
.May be found at toe Court Hoaea.
II. OAJK 4t CO..
nobs. Lamber, Kte.
; aU kind.1) of Oak Lumber, Glass, Boat tf
, tcrlal, etc.
' Turai"s: and Bracket wk
, stesam MU1 near Weston hotl. Cor. Qm-
erive and Astorstrrets.
Most Complete Stack in JUttria
Frait Htk VnrolSH aatt AaasMitSv
Wines and Liquors
Of Superior Brand.
FOSTER'S CORNER, 0 R &XJMCK
SteBhans Varietiet !
' boM Use aUer. the buiwt i