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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (July 22, 1882)
Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, July 22, 1882.
'WHAT THE FACE SHOWS. I
Round-eyed 'persons see much, j
live much in the senses, but think
less. Xarrow-eyed persons, on the
other hand, see less, but think
more and feel more intensely. It
will be observed that the eyes of
rhildreii are open and round.
Their whole life is to receive im
pressions. 1 1 is only when child-.
hood is maturing toward man or
womanhood that thought comes, if
it comes at all. But what is it
that most lends (o reflections?
Kxoerienec. Our errors, our
shortcomings, our failures these
teach us to think before we act,
to consider each step, to weigh
. every moLive. When, therefore,
the upper eyelid for it is that
which has the greatest amount of
mobility droops over the eye, it
indicates not merely reflection but
something painful to reflect about.
Uence the lei.gth or drooping of
the upper eyelid be tokens confes
sion and penitence.
The drooping of the half of the
eyelid from the outer angle to the
center indicates the disposition to
confess one's faults to parents or
seniors, to a "lather confessor," or
to the Supreme Being. The
drooping of the half of the eyelid
from the inner angle to the center
betokens the disposition to repent,
and to "do works meet for repen
tance.15 Closely added to these
signs are those of prayfulncss and
humidity. The former is indicated
bythe muscle which turns the eye
directly upwards. The faculty of
humidity is indicated by the
muscle which turns the eye direct
ly dowmvards,as represented in the
pictures of the Madonna. Prayer
fulness is usually large in con
nection with the sign of confes
sion, and humility in connection
with that of repenitencejthe reason
for which is, that between the
faculties of penitence and humility
there is the same close connection
as between confession and prayer.
One who has more prayer than
humility has the eves turned
habitually somewhat upwards, so
that the upper part of the iris is a
little covered by the upper eyelid,
and so as to leave a slight space
between the iris and the lower lid.
The reverse is true of one who
has more humility than prayer.
The faculty or truth that is,
the love of it is indicated by the
muscle which surrounds the eye,
causing folds and wrinkles. Jus
tice is indicated by the muscle
which causes perpendicular wrin
kles between the eyebrows.
Fullnes and wrinkles under the
eye, for which some persons are
remarkable, indicates the love
of mathematical accuracy; and
wrinkles curving upwards from
the outer angle of the eye and eye
brow, indicates probity or personal
truthfulness. There are three
degrees of the faculty of justice.
The first is a kind of exactness or
strict honesty in small mone mat
ters, which some people would
call closeness, and is indicated by
a singular perpendicular wt inkle or
line between the eyebrows. The
second is the disposition to require
justice in others, and is indicated
by two perpendicular lines or
wrinkles, one on each side of the
center a very common sign.
The third degree is conscientious
ness, or the disposition to apply
the rule of justice to one's self,
and is indicated by three or more
wrinkles or lines, especially noti
ceable, extending above the eye
brow when the muscle is in action.
The love of command is indicated
by one or more short transverse
wrinkles across the root of the
nose, exactly between the eyes.
It may be seen in great military
commandersj in masters and teach
ers, and in those generally who
are fond of exercising authority.
Jll UIOSO wno arc wanunir Jn uic i
T .1 1 a. . .1. ..
power to command, and have no
desire for renonsibilitV this sill "
UKa hi it .-puii:iijiui, una ''
is also absent. The facultv.ot com-
mand frequently acts with that"
uurf. nf mcrlr-o wliie.h renriiiianil.
i ,i"--' i i
or ron litres others to do riht,
i e .
and both together produce that!
frowniii"-and lowering brow whirli i
TT v 1
is SO terrible to evil-doers or to i
those who tove to ie improves J was only irvmg id ujoi ou. .u . jucceuku: coukJi sometimes itry and convni-. ,. . . V.
, , , ,,, j . , . . , " i 11,,. .... Ifive; uneiFyauddi'tnrhetlpIopp. nilhs;rint;-' Lathes and GCIll S UVSter SalOOII,
rather than condemned. Phrcno- bold Arkansaw heart beats lor t inK: the teeth: tmcr variable, but t,-entr- wem wjom.i "'
, .,,,-. ii--. .,..,,,1 , A '' irritable. - OKKN.VMUS STRKCT.
lOftC'tl MiiguztUC. VOU, my uo. 1 jest uatlteil to Whenever th nWo -yiui.t.i are found tu
" .. " teaeh you a lesson. Xeer let any , e iir. r. .sicLnue Venuiru nili ; '"aM KUO"T;os')K DIXON, 1'ioprletnr
About the year 18:.I the most j W :inybudv insults yon, just tell
inilucntial man in Ain Atuiiio!tllcm lhat Jol, Augustine, tho
was an alleged desperado named: 1,vrei- is vunr frieml "
" ' .IIU(HU,11 uui iiii.il t.
Bob Augustine. Hob came to San j
. . , i itrl
Antonio Willi a fearful record. Jloi
- , . '
enjoyed the reputation of having ;
killed a dozen or so oi men, and
was resneeted accordingly. While j
he was in .San Antonio he. did not:stcr wj,jci camo m,bncklil.
reduce the census at all, but that ;(j, n vt,jj nl- dismay the ties
was not his fault. Ho had a se-j nttRUn pllr,Sed out through the
ductivo way of drawing his eight-1 window-, carrying off the sash, and
inch Arkansas toothpick andex-rau down Commodore street, the
amining it critically with a sinister principal thoroughfare, with the
smile while humbly retptesling the ash on his neck, howling, "Police!
temporary loan of live dollars. police!" closely pursued by Win
Thus it was that Hob went about throp, who kept on tugging at his
acquiring wealth and warm per-1 holster, trying to get out his
sonal friends, but creating no fu- j money, he believing that the des
nerals. There were some rumors !pCrado was running to his room to
that Hob was playing bluff, but procure a shotgun with which to
that was after he had marched commjt mimier. All thai after-
"' . . noon Winthrop kept hunting the
It was ilurmg the reign tl ol) . .
e Itoarer to purchase peaeo on any
Augustine, ''the long-ranged roar- . , , ,, , -, , if
" . ' terms, and the Koarer hid himself
er of Calaveras Canyon," as he . , . . , . . .,
... , ,,..!., ' to avoid the pistol of the Loston
familiarly called himself, that a N- . . ,
J ' .man. JNext meriiius: the Jong-
vouns' man irom Boston, named. , ,, e ,,
i ranged li oarer of Calaveras Can-
.lohn W mthrop. came to an zvu- . . ... ,.,.. .
. , . , - von was missing, while mthrop
tomo, presumably in search of; ,, .. - , . . .
,,,,,, ,- i was the lion of the dav lor having
health, as he brought verv little : ... . , .7 .-,..
. , , . T 5 -. run oil the terror of Alamo I it v.
with him. I Ic was far jjone m Con-'
sumption, and nothing but the fact
that he had but a short time to
i:,. .,r.iec 4i... i;m., .,r ...ce..
lexas saved him. induced him to;
come to San Antonio
. :"-- uiiiuiis; i- i..i1l... .umi
ic to ban Antonio. As every- , , tributo of tho
,r Mm'rwl , .iwtrl WJi ttlinn J inouu. oi
y cat tied a pi.stol. intlirop j f ., Xone knew of his com-
not care to insult public de-'- , t. , .
mil iiui citic iu iiisiiiL iniuiii hi; -
T - & . !
such a course might as seriously
. - j
mterfcre with his restoration to
health as putting on a clean shirt. i
. " . . i
Ilis I uritau training caused htm
to revolt, at the idea of carrVmg
fire-arms, so he resorted to artifice.
' . !
Ilc wore a holster, but instead of
' . .
1.W1.-1..1.,.. .. ....t.nl ... . I... I...1 I. to 1
' J3 'A , ' . '.
the long-ranged Roarer, at least i
ten times a day, and he
vised not to be particul
askinir security for the debt in
case the Roarer wanted to borrow
a small temporary loan, unless he,
Winthrop, did not wish to regain
As might have been expected,
the long-ranged Roarer called on
Winthrop to collect his usual as-j
sessment from strangers. Win
throp was of the opinion that if it
would save his life and lose all his
money he would be doing unusu
ally well. The long-ranged Roar- j
er's idea was to chase the blue
bellied Yankee around the room
for a tinw or so, collect 3 or 810,
and perhaps make some ear-marks
a la Whittaker, so he would know
him in a crowd if he should meet
The long-ranged Itoarer saun
tered into Winthrop's room at the
hotel, but before the desperado
could open his mouth or draw a
weapon, the unfortunate Yankee
threw open his coat and with trem-1
bling fingers tugged nervously at
his pistol-holster to get at his
casii litniis Mureu ;iuv 111 11 aim 1 . .. ., , , . ,n , 1 iiu nan urouitiu uiciii mat wnieii u:b 1
, , t. :. .. ,. landing,thostraiiger cleanod the ,fish ,0re precious ithan the gold of tho litens. ROO ( QTfiDP
nobody was the wiser lor ,t On . ,.,,,.,,. A fisl.or-! iSlrt'TSl?".? 'RS. -.f .K0, .I-'"n- i - " b ' UKt"
tho contrary, AN mthrop was looked - j J
up to by the best citizens just the . w . , , , ally cures a morbid npiu-tile for .-thuu-1 XN an " ".vUIns ne.waddltu.m
.P1 111, .,, j i squeezing them between Ins hints. by restoring the natural tone, of 1 n nm-Mooi; ami havn ihenuet ;unt
same as it he was loaded down with , , 1 1 .1 . 1 . Ithestomaeh. It attacks excessive lie
, , hands, crushed them t(t dust, ,,, jIn "' . "-, ,u " , fww i i Zin . tanrf a.irtim-nt of var et
iIomiIIv rnnnii lf nmirio nvnrc I OI liquor .! II UOl . iePr, ailll (IO.SlroS 1
Ue.ull we..pous. Ulconttcerv- ... , ls(.nill-.n miinviea slt Ixithalike. The powerful MmV irti.e p-Nin th.-elty.
body tried to make the stranger , - . . -, , , Mf " Clitehona is preserved tu the.
, " ,r , , ,& his strength. A nika appeared and Peruvian Ihtters. which are a- eflcetiu-
from .vTassachusetts feel as comfort-; , , ,lrtlllIv t -, ,lllfl against malarial fever to-day as thev
nhlnnqif he W,: -,t bnme- ;n he ' WOre ! ,1''1 days of the old .Spanish I
able as if he was at home, sc he tin , ttJl , !ailirhed j Vicerovs V guarantee the ingreili-I
wjls told al about lloh A no-iictinp. . . . . ...; . t onLs of these hitters to Iv absolutely
money to appease thu would-be-
. .--.- r a fir ? Kr. Hni Kunrl OC
rauaaiu. n "- .-. -. -
soon us the Roarer saw Winthrop
trvm" to ifftt out his pistol, he
".-; a i
turned as pale a a ghost. 1 he
alleged desperado's knee, knocked
toy Other, the cold sweat boiled out
c-. i j i- .
all over him and he extended his
hand and said m trembling ae-
"Don'i draw, good .Mr. Yankee! I
i i m
: darned galoot gel the drop on vou.J
Winthron who vaJ mure senretl. !
:r ,)0t.sible than the Uoarer. re-i
i " ' ;
OhJ'll irivo you what yon want,"
ailf kept on tu"--in- at tho hoi-!
A Legend cf Lapland.
The li.,,! is verv familiar
. . ' . .
turousfiiout Archangel It
among the Lapps. Autka
, - t .. t i
jing or going, but he was always
seen on the shore when the boats
. ,, . -,
came m from sea. lie penoiti-
, ., , ,, r ,
callv challenged the fishermen lo
c .". . . , . . f . , .
ught, but his enormous sue fright-
, .. n ,
ened them, cor man' years ho
, , . e ,,., ", . , .
was the terror of Jubatscln. One
, , , . -
day a voting man presented Inm-
n- i i i .t r i
self and induced the fishermen to
take him fishing with them. ()n
15 ' ( the o-ifint- "he -:iretiM tiv III tin. I mmv :iinl of llu ll Irmniti
at least! ,. , . ., ,,,, n , . JAtnal will sal isryou that this is the
jmolish thee. I hoy agreed to uwst hitter in llfiworhl. -Theprooi of
"R fight in this ring on the hill and iuil;Iludli,Hi.V,,t",,n.,'n7, ni,.d Y'
ar 'lbout 'willingly abide this te.-L J'orsr.Ie bv
' . the following fashien: Kach' all druggists, grocers and liquor dealers.
combatant, was to turn a somer
sault and strike his enemy iu
the chest with hi? feet. Anika
took the first turn and struck tho
youth, who did not budge. A
second blow and the voting man
rc("c" :i :ir,lJ luu l,,,ni ulw :i
latnor.i. it was tne. strangers
turn now. .At his first somersault
he drove tho Yiking back a
fathom, at the second, three
fathoms; at tho third ho flung tho
huge sea robber seven fathoms
outside the ring dead. Thoy j
buried him and erected the huge
stone heap over him. ,lThank
God, each of you," said the youth,
"your cnenvy is no more. Hence
forth none shall molest you fishing.
God be with you." Then he disap
peared. A Clear Complexion
Can bu had by every lady who will
use Parker's Ginger Tonic. Regnlat-
in2 tno internal organs and purifying
mo oioou ic quicKiy removes punpiea
and givea a health bloom to the cheek.
Read about it in another column.
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
dull: the mil dilate; an arara semicircle
runsaloEg the lower eyc-hd; the no;c i irn -
f ,1 n0
tengue: breath very foul, particularly in the
iworninj:: appetite variable, foiocitweji vora-
iou3, mihnsnaninsspnaiiionof ; tho -torn
ach: at uthor.s entirely Keno; doetinRpain in
tho.-toiuach;oxa5iocal nauscanand vouut-
ms: violent jait:a throughout the abdemen:
bowel irregular, st time? cestive: iooN ;
.. nut imrftiiKtnlli Tinirnil rrtf ltlrwt.l
belly swollen and herd; urinn turbid; rwiiru'
tionoceasionally difficult and accoiftpanied by
J g?flSJSr.Ai,,Th!5 SkSt1! ffiirf
.counterfeit. You Kill boricht if it hastlis
inifitiriftrPlMiiIn Itnx unit f. Hrliinr
. lfi"our storekeeper does not havethoKenu-
Sondma threoi-ent .-tami. fot-1 hniid-i.me
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh. Pa.
Fitrni.sheti Kooms n i.et
At Mrs. Million's Indtui: Iioiim.
Mothers ! Mather!! Mothers! ! ! I
I, Are you disturbed atnilit nudltrokeii
rtt your rest by a siclc flukl sutFcrm;
anil eryim; wills the pxcruriatinz laln
of cuttuu: tcetli .' I f so, o at once ami ,
yet a brittle ot" Mrs. Winslow's .Sothuiir i
Symii. it will relieve the poor Htllo sur-
ferer tininfdi;iloK- ili'tifini iiiimi it
there is no mistake almut it. There. Is
not a mother on earth v. ho Inn ever!
used it. who will nor tell vou at mice
that it will regulate the bowels, and
health to the child, operatini; like niagie. !
It is n;rfectly safelo u;e hi nil cases, j
anil pleasant to tho tasto, ami is the lire- j
senptton ot one or tue oldest ami i.-st
female jdiy.ieiaijs ami nurses in tho
United Stales. .oM everywhere. 'Si
c"nts a bottle.
Uy ViMVerMal Aeeord.
A- KKs (JATliAl:TloPir.f.s:uelhe ittst
of all purgatives for family use. They
are the product of Ion?. lalxtrions, ami
sttcceru! chemical investijj:itiin. ami
their extensive una by physicians in
their practice, ami by all efvilizcd na
tion. proves them the bat and mor ef
foetual purgative Till that inodieal sci
ence ean tieviie. in intrinsic value ami
L'tmitive powers no oilier I'HIs ran be
eommuva with thorn, ami everv nelson.
knowiug their virtues, wm employ
; them, when needed. They keep the
system In perfect order. ami maintain in
1!fc- AlihJ.earchinamlelfeetual. the j
in-.uui.t iiriiuii im- lumii- uiuuiiiin-rv in
arc especially auapicti to me needs oi
the digestive apparatus derangements I
lof whidi they prevent and euro, if!
j timely taken. They are the best ami
tuneiy taiccn. t ucy are tne Desl ami
safe-t l,,,ys!c Ut ''"I'loy nr children and
J wfakvutl constitutions, where a mild
ami eiTectual cathartic is required.
! Kon Sau: kvai.t. Dka 1.1:1:.
Thy Count Cinchon was the bpanish
Viceroy in I'eru in NEJO. The Counte.-.s,
his wife, was prostrated by an intermit
tent fever, from which she w:is freed by
the ii..e of the native, remedy, the Peru
vian bark. or. as it was called iu the
language ot the count r, 'Quinquina.
Grateful for her reeovery. on her return
lo Europe iu PEG, she introduced the
under various names, until ijiun:cu -
remetlv in Mialn. where it was known
i Order it. Loch fc Co., agents for Astoria.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedx a posi
tive euro for Catarrh, Diptheriu and
Canker Mouth. .Sold by . E. Demetit.
-A Xasal luiector free with enrh
bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh. Remedy 1
Price ro cent. Sold by W, K. Dement, j
King of the Blood
Is uot a v hit all." it isahhiod-puiiiicraiid
tonic Impurity of the Mno4lMiIiiiMhe sys
tem, dentmres tue clrcuhition. :m.i time !,".
duces many disorders, ktnmn h ditlerent
names to distiiiguKii them accon'lintj to t?r-I
fects, hut being really branches or phases of
ui.uu-.ii ki-iii'iic iiiiiiniiT. irapiiriTy oi
Illooil. Such are DurWia, WlHeiumf:
Liter Complaint, Cnntl)Hit!nn. Xenon Dlt
ordem. Headache, Backache, General ll'eak-
'7 ";;' "j"-. "' ;'-y. n.mci incac.
cures these hi' attacking the coh.-. Impurity
of tho blood. Chemists and phv.siciaus aree
in callin'' 11 "the most genuine and efneient
prcpamt Ion for 1 he puniose." Sold by DniL'
gists, SI per bottle. See I e&th nonial. dircc
uPi' ; to.P""npliIct, Treatise on Diseases
ot the Blood." wrapped around each bottlo
b. RANSOM, RON & Co.. IProps
oenniiuy oiipci a enrc.
called it Cinchona, in honor of the Imlv .
ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS.1
'IIKYAMI'S STKKRT. ASTORIA.
1 :mr,WTn tiVo riiitiiat iVhli oP-j
,M,J n :
FIRST 4'l,AHtt j
JEDett-lXLg Blouse ,
nd furnishes in tlrt-ehisstj It- i
j OVSTKK". II
OT COFFKK TKA. KTC
B. K. FKANKLTO,
Comer (V.vtnnil Squriiioili; streets,
W A I J, 3 A "PP"K
i " JLi A X1.J. XJA
WIMhrtW QITA ItfWl
" Illl OEliUCiO
Wilson & Fisiier,
Iron. Stool. Coal, Anchors.. Chains.
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
wkol'cht An err hai.vanjzed
( 3iiiil.. 'iipT A'uils and Iluri.
t Shelf Hard warePaints and Oils
I Rubber and Hemp Packina of all Kinds.
Fi.orn Ai 3iii,i, ri:i:i.
JasimiI- .': Sa!r in i-1oiirlii 5'
A.;ei,i-f.: Sainn Fioiirliis MilN.
Corner rhenamus and Hamilton Streets
AMOKI . OK1-.GON.
G. A. STINSON & CO..
At Cap;. Kiits old .stand, conitr of CiiH
and Court Streets.
Sh'qi ami Cannery work. Ilorsohoeln;:.
WaKote inadi ami rtj:ilred. 5oml work
AHonrxoodS arc inatked in plain lhcurcs
Call and examine quality and note price".
L'HAS. STKVKXS &S0N
lMaiu nntl Faney
SEWING OF ALL KINDS !
Sii'Us r.i.idt' in the best stvlo fnmi
?." to S.".
MliB. GEO. IIIXiLER.
.N'l doar ! Weston Hoase.
X.. K. tr. SMITH,
Importer ami WP.olesale dealer lu
Cigars and Tobacco, Smoker's Ar
ticles, Playing Cards, Cut
lery, Etc., Etc,
The Iaiwr and llncst .stock or Meerschaum
and Amber sootls in the cltj-. Tarticular at
tentnm jiald toonler- from the'eountrvand
Oheiiaiims .street. Astoria, Oregon.
THF.O. IlUACKEi:. Manaoi-
TO THE LADIES OF ASTORIA.
TAKK I'l.HVSCKF. IX INFOUMINO
X you that I have, removed my nres
From Chcnaiuto Si. to Cans St.,
Xext door to Tuk Aptorian olllce. I
thank the ladies for their liberal patronage.
JIUS. A. ItxPPI.FA'KA.
rg-jjv iii' ';vyPrVg?vfl?FgPrmJP t
puiFH mmi life mmm mtm.
A. McKINNlE, Manager.
For Oregon, Washington and Idaho Tfftf rfdy
OFFICK-102 FIRST STREET. rORTXASD. OK. "
CIIAS. IIODOE, of llodw. Da Ls & Co.
.1. A. STKOVTRRIDOK, Wholftwle Leather
C. A. DOLf'If. ut Dolpli, Rronansh, Ro'.ph ,t
Col. J. MeClLVKEN. of J.MeCrakcn &C'o.
Ii. C. llENRICHSF.y. of lfenrlehwi A
Dr. O. E. XOTTAUE, M. D.. Kvanuner and
-r. O l
3 5! ' ii
a T" L
? Z -aco
S. AKNDT & EERCHEN,
ASTOIMA. - OKEUOX.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
All kinds of
i iiiiiiiiut iiiiriimu .
A spechdty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STKKiri.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
HKNTON Stkkkt, XKAC r.VUKKR IlOUSK,
ASTORIA. - 0t:Efi0X.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND!
K M-K MAKt-H.S
Boiler Work, teamboat Work.
and Cannery Work a specialty.
Of nil IfPMerlplIonH ainde to Ordrr
nl Hliort Xolco.
A. I). YVass. rresideut.
.f. L IIchtlkr, Secretary.
I. W. Cask, Trejisurer.
Joiix Fox, .Superintendent.
Carner Mnin and Chenamu8 Street.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
J08EPH ROOCERS & SON
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GENUINE WOSTENHOLM
and othor Knaluh Cutlery.
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
Genuine PTeershaum Pipes, etc.
a ana stock of
IVatehri and Jewelry. UtuuJe nn.1
Brcerk Leaoinx Nhot CJurm and
KIHch. Revolver. Pl.tteln. '
.r.o a kink
VoiAlSor'fine srFCTArI'ES aml KYK
sxlwZtTi "S t
Rvrrere: , u
M. S. RURRELL. Of Knapp. Burrclii-pi.
Dealer. -rvrmt rr-cTi
AKDIUIW ROBERTS, otFIliel"&.Kbrt!.
InllV 1IY i1 nhr. Hm r-!fVi - j-
lt' -"'n'--'i.... in
. JOS. HCRtvXLARD. BnxkKl&p(uatttaA
i FlUNK ZANOViClfi
aelf ,th above-..BteJjjfm.r.-anca
In this Company.
-r : ' . I jto
T? V. HOliOKX,
ALrrtONKEK, COMMIION AKD
J. J. V. NHAFTUtf,
PHYSICIAN' aa AnttCCMf.
DiHea.sex of the Threat a Baertaity,
ODlce over Conn's Drus Stre.
Q.KLO P. PARKKB.
Of ClatMin County. OttScfl : ChettaH9 etttti
Y. M. C. A. hall-Koom No. 8
j o. JlOKORTH,
" r,.H,tt.U,l..er, Vary rmW-c.
Agent lor the Unmburg-BremeftFUe Iua.C.
ot iiamDurg, uennaay, ana ot vae fjvt
elers' Life and Accident las. Co., of Iurt
fcirOfflce in Iythla Bulldinjj. Rooms tl. IS.
CI D. -ITO,
Attorney and Counselor at Lmux.
1T0Mcfl InP.vthian Building. Bombs 11, 1?.
ASTOUIA, --- - OREGON.
TAY TIITTLE. M. I.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Ofvicr Over the Wttii House Staaa
posite warm s atyera-&woa.
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PkyMiclaa aad tTtauveaa.
OFFICE Over A.Y.Allea'i grocexy sloe.
Eooms at the Parker House.
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Kooius in Allan' building up stain, coraer
or Cass and .sqeiaoeae streets.
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Cheuamtts Street. - ASTOKIA. OBSUO
7:w T BCIMEY,
ITJORS EY AT LAY.
.May bo found at the Court House.
i DEALER FN
DoorM. Vlndaws, Bllaaa, Tram
Hmm, Lumber, Ete.
L -V Wml of OalcLmnb-,GlaBofrtM.
. Turning and Bracket Wftk
Stnuii .Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. (!
evlve and Astor streets.
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j Foster 8 Emporium.
MOSt COWpletC StOCk ll AtttHal
rniita Beth Ferelsa aaa Aaaaeatte
Wines and Liquors
j Of Superior Brand.
j FOSTER'S CORNER, 0 S &N10CK
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