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Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, August 3,. 1882.
ON THE DESERT.
While passing ovor the section!
of the desert southwest of town,
it is particularly noticeable that
even on the hillside?, where ap
parently everything else is scorched
hy the heat of the sun, and the dry
winds, the fields of rye are flour
ishing, and promise a fine yield
this year. Tn many places where
lhre was nothing to attract the at-iof
lion ol the farmer, who has tilled
the rich .'oil of the valley, men
who ate less ambitious, bni per
hap more energetic, have carved
out boautilul homes for themselves,
and aie now sni rounded bygteen
hills and pastures. The chief draw
back in the settlement of these
places is the scarcity of water,
natural fountains being very raie.
Though in many places water may
be found bysinkimr wells, it MJemsl
that little labor in this diiection
has been done. The tockmen ic
ly upon the surrounding streams to
supply their cattle and horses, ;md
this will probably account for the
abundance of grass on the interior
desert, for the quality and quantity
of the grass increases as the dis
tance from the river lengthens.
The ravages of civilization ate ob
servable by the scarcity of trees,
that have been taken from their
native soil and used for fuel.
Though farther on the desert mil
lions of cords of sun-dried juniper
aie silently ..waiting the demand
that must be made of them before
many years. In traveling over
this desert one is forcibly impress
ed with the natural beauty of lite
surrounding country, the outlines
of which cannot be excelled any
where. Large tracts of land, in
many places reaching for miles,
thickly carpeted with luxuriant
bunch grass, and dotted here and
there -with groves of evergreen
juniper, help to make more beauti
ful landscapes than can be imagined.
From the elevated portions of the
desert can be seen the summit of
the Cascades, on which several
snow-capped peaks are visible. To
the south of Diamond peak, and
following in order are the Three
Sisters, Mount Jefferson, and far
to the noith, Mount Hood. All
these, with the beautiful scenery
of the mountains, foothills and in
tervening plains, make a grand
picture that defies portrayal.-jV?
Several eastern journals arc pol
ing fun at our territorial nomen
clature, seeming to argue that a
people who would name their
counties and riveis Palouse, Kliki-
tat, Clallam, Puyallup and the
like, arc unfit to be trusted with
government of a state. Our Jn
dian names are generally, we be
lieve, among the most euphonious
in America, and as compared with
those of eastern Canada, Maine or
Florida, are beautiful. We are re
minded of this by the appearance
in the August number of Harpers'
Monthly of what is termed "A
Florida Madrigal" a poem of ten
stanzas, in which appear the Flor
ida names follewing: Hatchen
aha, Istokpoga, Tustenugge, Hick
pochee, Micoluggee, "Wlthlacoo
chee, Kissimmee, Pithlachestcoa
tee, Waceassa, Catahooache, Ca
loosatchie, Okeehumkee, Wakulla,
Wckiva, Ilomosassa, Apalachicola,
Okeefinokc, Ocklockueee, Apala-
chee, Tsala, Apopka, Wyomi,
Pemmiwa, and Miccosouki. There,
if any one will testify to these
names being in any way preferable
to the Wallula, Tacoma, Seattle.
Snoqualime, Samish, Chehalis,
Cowlitz, Skamania, Yakima and
Spokan of Washington Territory,
wfsil give up that he s a donkey.
New rich blood obtained by using
UKEUU.X BLOOD PUH1F1ER.
Speaking of the death of
Andeison, the tobacco lord, the ;
T.,,. 'P;tnn- c,-. ArifWnn
Iiov J lines sab. Ancieifton
having closed his stoi ,. and Deguu ,
the manufacture of cut tobacco,
Lilienthal, another tobacco king,!
introduced at the same time a new J
brand, while the Lorillard soon
after stai ted
still another. Each
jscs became wealthy, j
Anderson left nearly cue million brusque and burned atiorney
of dollar, the Lilenthals became general. His whole face from
immensely rich, and the I. orillards j his eyes down is a cicatrix. He
aie among the .-potting pi ineer. was horribly burned when a iiw
of the day. When one considers I year old child in attempting to
the immense use of tobacco 1Z1 1 IVMMIC a little sister from the
Great Britain and Europe, the
question arises how did people
formerly get along without
it? Notwithstanding anti-tobacco
pledges, the consumption of this
stimulant is on tin increase, and
our last census report states that
the number of acres devoted to
this cultute in the United Stales
is MX hundred anil thirtv-eijjh
thousand eight bundled and forty-
one, l his is equal to nine hun
dred and fifty squat o miles. The
crop on this territory is estimated
at two hundred and fifty thousand
tons, and all of this is smoked,
chewed or snulTcd. Our tobacco
product would load fort of the
argest ocean steamer..
Fvety .school-boy knows that
there are small heavenly bodies in
our solar system which arc known j
as asteroids. 'They do not seem j
to be of much account, and are j of a maltcse cat. lie drives around
probably fragments of planets j in a white and yellow coach, cin
vrhich have been shattered, or are blazoned with his coat-of-arms.
segments of the larger globes
which have been hurled out into
space, li this took place when,
according to the nebular hypoth
sis, the various bodies in space
were incandescent, they would be
come globular in shape. Prof.
Ilornstein, of Vienna, has recently
communicated loathe world the
result of his researches in connec-
tion with asteroids. He thinks ! hand. His language is chaste and
the number of those with u diame- j clear, and cuts to the marrow,
ter of more than twenty-five gco- j His "insulting' ugliness reminds
graphical miles is extremely small, I me of a "speech Tom .Marshall
and the' were probably all difc- made, when under the influence of
covered some years ago. Tie is of liquor, to a man whose wife he dis
opinion also, that fiiwof them have liked. Said the Woodford orater:
less diameter than five miles.; in- "Bill, vonr wife is a d d ugly
deed, the vast mas-s of asteroids woman.' 'Well,'" replied Bill
seen through our leleseopes aie flushing up, "that is her privilege.'
between five and fifteen miles in "Ves," replied Tom, ubut she
diameter. There b, little seientilic abuses the privilege." And it
value connected with these inferi- j looks thaf way in Btewster's o-ase.
or planetary bodies; they have no j lie is said,however, to be a charm
atmospheres, and cannot support ' ing man in eoversalion and in the
life. We know that the material social circle.
of which they ate composed is1
very similar to that which fanned Staining He. Reputation.
this earth, but they may help
some time to solve the great my--1
tery of the creation of worlds.
The latest craze is the hat llirta-
tion. The following is the cede:
"Wearing- the hat squarely on the
head, 1 love 300 madly; tipping,
over the right car, 1113' little brother
has the mcasies; pulling it over
the C3es, 3'ou must not recognize
me: wearinir it on the back of the 1
head, la! ta! taking it off and
brushing the wiong wa', my heart
is busted: liol(Hnr it on thu right '
hand, lend me a quarter; leaving
it with your unnle, 1 have been to a
church fair: throwing it at a police
man, 1 love your sister; usin"- it as
a fan, come and see ray aunt; car
rying a brick in it, your cruelty is
killing me; kicking it up stairs,
is the old man around? kickino- it
down stairs, where is your mother?!
kicking it acioss the street, I am
engaged; hanging it on the right
elbow, will call to-night; hanging
it on the left elbow, am badly left; j
putting it on the ground and sit
ting on it, farewell forever.
The Ugliest Man.
In describing the appearance of
the counsel m the .Mar route cate.
,n- fm tri-il in Wncliiiifrtnti tli.
now on trial in asmngton, tu
correspondent oi the i-oui tor- ,
Journal says of the attomey-gen-1
eral: But the head and front
the trial, and the queerest, oddest,
most indescribable individual von i
will meet with in a year's travel is I
Benja mm G. Brewster. thej
flames, and he is as hideously ugly
as any "false face'' or caricature
you ever rested your eves upon,
lie is the observed of all observ
ers. His costume contributes to
the euriousness of the character
before you. He appeais in court
dressed in patent leather pumps,
with whilti gaitei tops and strap,
iavcuder pants, a double-breasted
buff vest, a turtle-green cutaway
coat, a blue, white-dotted silk
scarf, diamond pin and tall, point
ed collar, the ends of which pro
ject out and upwaid like sleigh
runners. Instead of cuffs he wears
lace ruflles about hi.s soft, Mtiall
white hands. Each hand .supports
handsome rings. A tiny gold
watch chain sweeps around in a
crescent acioss his waistcoat front.
and he dries his weeijinr eves with
a snow-white lace kerchief. His
tall, old-fashioned,yellowish beaver
hat has fur on it longer than that
These and a bunch of other ec-
centricities and idiosyncracies
make up one ol the ablest lawyers
m the land and the Attorney-
ronnr:il of l.hf TTiiihHl Stuffs. FTo i
is of good height, witli :i well
poisecl and phrenologically-ronnd-ed
head. Ilis argninents are clean
cut and trenchant as the circle of
a Damascus blade in a giant's
Young llostetter McUniiiia, one
of the, fashionable young bloods
nf Austin, took a young lady to
; chinch Sunday evening. As he
had been up quite late the nirrht
before, he was very sleepy, conse
quently he did not flirt with the
fashionable young lady, as she had
heietolbre been in the habit of do-
ing in church.
'"What is the mutter with 'im?
ul am not feeling well," he an-j
You wake up and giugle a lit
tie, anvhow. If we don't niishe-j
have ourselves in church, people
will think we aie married, and 1
want you to understand I've got a
reputation to .sustain."
After that Ilostette.r McGinnis
and the young lady acted so im
properly that the sexton had to go
and whisper to them to keep qui-
ot.- Texas Si flings.
jDl. Varied Performance.
Many wonder how Parker's Ginger
TYiiiiiT pjiii nrfnrm biipIi vnrifd tMtiv
thinking it essenco of ginger, when in
fact it ir made from many valuablo
medicines which act beneficially on
every diseased organ.
A LETTER FROM GERMANY.
ibe i.rnise your I
Ibe nrniso your Liver Pill have called forth '
"er0 wonderful. After inkim: one ana a i
,httlf t,x- nr vour eomiine bk .nc-1
one ami a i
rec0VCrC(l twm my foiir vcars sujrerillg. A11 .
Svk "Taufe hclxUot
I,,lSir.SLIVKK PILLS. I have entirely
r many year.
in unr riur. who ha M.ilerod ,
doctors had shen lrr mi. took tiro of ur ,
I'iSN. and jrt more relief than ho bn- from
all the doctor". mir truly.
.. vo.; ni: I'.Klto.
BEWARE OF IMITATION.
The gcmiinearc never 5ii?ar-roatcl.
Every box has a red wax foal on tho lid. (
iviih the innires-ion : JlelaiiP't Lir
Tbf genuine .HC2.AXKS LI VKK 1'ILI-S
hear the sh-nature ol' C. McHnitn aie.l
Fleming Bros, on the wrapper-.
lim-t mon liaiu;r tho eenuine 111!. ' ,
McLAXES I.lVKIt PILLS i.rojmrcd bv
Fleming liro-.. of Fitt-burgh. Fa., die iimrket (
hcinfull oi imitations of the name Mci.oii,
spelled differently, but of Mime iiominrin- I
If your storekeeper does not have the t'en- j
nine DR. C. Mc LANE'S CELEBRA
TED Xtl VJER PILLS, --end its 25 eent.
and tve trill cnd you a bov by mini, .tnd a I
set of our adverli'iin,' card-. j
Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh. Pa.
Wood for Salt.
I li.jve titimit s'v htimlifil miiiI iill '
rordof dry Iicnilock, whii'h I will mMI
lor oasn al .".j. iereoru. I will dolier
Hie Aood to my customer.
.llothcrs ! rtlorlu-r!! .1Iolhci-! ! ! j
1 Arc you dislurbcilat night undlirokcn
of your rest by a sick child siiuVriu;
ami crying with the excruciating nain I
of cutting teeth :' 1 f mi, go at once anil !
got a bottle of Mrs. Window's toothing
Symp. it will relieve the poor littlv Mif-!
tcrcr immediately depend uion it;;
theie is no mistake about it. 't'liere is '
not a mother ou eartli who lias ever,
used it, who will not t-II ou at once j
that it will regulate the howeK and
give rest to the mother, and relief and
liealtblo the. ehild.oppniting like magic.
It is perrecth .safe to ue in all case, I
and pica&inllo the t:ite, and is the pre-
soription of one ot theold&st and best"
feninle physicians ami nurses in thu
United Slates. Sold everywhere. JT
cents a bottle.
ISy I'niverxal Arconl.
of all purgatives for famih use. The
are. the product of long, laborious, nnd
successful chemic:il imcstigatiou, ami
their extensive Use bv phvsiciaiis in
their practice, and by all civilized n:i-
tions, proves them tlie best and most ef-
fcctuai puigative Pin that iimik-ai sci-
ence can dcVise. In intrinsic value and
curative iower no other Pilis can bo
compared w iti; them, and every person.
knowing their virtues, will emnlov
meiii, wnen neciieu. rnev Keep the
system in perfect order, ami maintain in !
healthy action the whole machinery of
life. Mild, searching and clVectual. thev
are. especially adapted to the needs of
tht! digestive apparatus. Hlenuigemenls
of which they prevent and cure, if i
timely taken. They are the bet and
safest physic to employ for chiliin'ii ami!
weakend constitutions, where a mild !
and effectual cathartic is ventured
Ton .Sam: uy ai.i. Di:ai.i:i:s-.
Tho Count Cinehon was the Spanish
Viceroy m J'eru in lisa). The Counties-.
his wife, was prostrated by an intermit-
tent fecr. from which she was freed bj
the. use of the native reniedv . the IVi u-
vsan bark. or. as it was called in lb
language ol the country. "(Jminiuina.'
(Srateful for her rccowrV. on Iut ri-tnrn
toKurope in KCt.? .shc'intr.idueeiMhe
remedy in Spain. Yiheie ii was known.
under various names, until liii-.ii.i'iw
ealhil ii Ciuehona. in honor of the l.nl
who had brought them that which was
more, nrecioiis than the cold of the hn-as.
To this day. after a lap-e of two bun-
dredandliflv yeai. .sch'iiee has six en
lis nothing to take its place. It cu'eetu-;"
ally cures a morbid appetite for stimu
lants, by restoring the natural tone of.
the. stomach. It attacks excessive loe
of liquor as ii does a feer. and dr.-tro.s -
not 11 alike. 1 be powerful tonic 11tue
of the Cinchona is iresered in tl...
Permian Hitters, which are as eiVcrlhe
against malarial fever to-daj as t!ic
weio in the d.ivs of the old Spanish
Viccros. We gtuu-.niice the iitgivdi-
ents of these bitters to be absolutely
pure, and of the best known MuaIitC.
A tri.il will satisfy ou that this is tlu
best bitter in the world. '-The pioof of
the pudding is ju the catiiiir." and we
willingly abide this let. For -ale In
all druggists, groceis and liquor dealers.
OrdiTit. Loebk Co., agents for Astoria.
.nvsS"?,1 :S!'ri, ",'!!.;!;, 's
C-iiilriT ATriiiili OiM i. w i' IV,,., .,.-
CtliKi r Jiouni. oll l . I.. Dement.
King of the Bipod!
Isnnt a "ri:i(tl."it h:ili!iMul-turirieraud .
tonic. Imintntyor tliebliMMlimlMinMliesis.
tern. deranges tlie eireulatihn. and ttmi in.
duces main ilisonlen. known liv dliu-rent '
names to disiuunii-u tlicm acrou'llugto ef- j
fects, but being really bninrlirs or phases of J
tnat gwsr generic uwonicr. impurity or
Diwnlcrg. JVnmcx. Ulcer. Sinllhtus. .tr.
,Cc. Kins: of tho Blood prevt-nts and
cans these by attacking the cauc. Impuritv
of the Mood. ChemMsand pli sirlans :u?i re
KiiiK of the, Blood prevents and
,by"i" 1' "y"!
in calling it "the most genuine and efileicnt
preparation for the purpose." Sold bvDrng
gists, 1 per bottle. See testimonials, direc
tions, &c., in pamphlet, "Treatbc on Diseases
oi tne lwoou. " wrapppu arountt eaen bottlt
I." wrapped around each bottle
D. RANSOM. SON & Co.. l'rons
v 3SR.C' 1
r ComplaM 0, e '-I ' he eenie?wUe ,liMav?P.i!,r!,
irdtn.Ihfidachc,lJncl.achc,ninrnl irt-, ""."., " ,,Ht- "J V,,,,,t,,t Wlt1
uc.rrarlJ)hcatc.liviy.KMneiiTJirae, i lu'w anl """'I ree inch plank, and
Pile.. Iihcuinallnn. Catarrh. Stm'fnia.ss.in and unless a reinoustntiice siL'tied hv
'ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS
cMKVAMr.s STi:i:rrr, astoria.
,. rNn.SM; NFI, ,s m.eask T(
. jn,,,,ro ,n """ t:,r " "i
'" PIRCT :IjAMM
JE3EVtJ3.S EOUSO ,
,i fumMios in liit cLw st It
Ladies' and Gent's Oyster Saloon,
t -jj kxam rs Ti:i:irr.
ni ni o nit a raJL
KOSCOK OIXON, 1'roprlt'tiir
k R FliANKLIN,
Crnor C.sand .S.iucnKhe streets.
W I M I""i'Vir U! U I h I?U
V 1 Ll UJ OrliU HiO
Wttdant r l?TdrTrtn
W ILSONT X, CIS HER,
.. n....M. MM
:sai i:i:s ix
J Iron. Steel. Coal, Anchors. Chains,
' TR, PITCH, OAKUM,
wkoi':iit AX!) err OAI.VAN1ZKD
" . ,"'V1 "''
... ,. . .,
:"'' "lier AuiK ami litirrv,
ei .- , , . , tl
aheif naraware,!Faints and Oils
Rubber and Hemp Packinn of nil Kinds.
ri.ers: xsn hit.i. ffki.
i Am;nt r: s.dc:-.i rhciruiK Mill-.
I ( " ( benaiiuis :lud Hamilton .Streets
R A RTIIVSIfliV Vr f!H
' At (,tt. trovers old Mam!, cnrnrr of ('.io
! aii.l Court Streets.
' ship ami Canneri M,rk. Horsv.lioLin.
I Wanns inailc -muC repaired. Cood work
"Tlo3c--i Tx: -i --
- --- .a j
t'Inin mid !-':iiic.v
SSWIWTG OF ALL KINDS!
Siiik iii:i.1i m ij-5hm stU rnmi
M1?K CfKO. M II jI toW.
Nit i!o..r to stoa Hou-x'.
,u '"- t-Jtr: ur
. 5 TAKK fi.Kvsi KV. IX i.NTOKMIXi;
' - ou Hint I haw teiitored iu lrcss-
, From (Iioh-muhs w i ... v
i "om ""u,,s 's- s-f
" Nct dour to Tuk A-iokian office. I
"ank the laUies lnr tlu-ir liiteml patronage.
1 -m-w . 1-.iT.r ix 4
-"ls. A. hAPPLMLi.
' - -
' FOR SALE.
; ak!5 ..p-fl? ,"s?iE, k ",s?
Jooms, witli ijii .) i 1.4) feet. l.a
. umib.us. ct I'nr fnrtluT mriiniintinn and
ricn iiiiiir of C. M'.SHIVIUA.
A islius Ijft ween. I. T. lurchers :iiul F. M.
CoHmimI in the Ii-.li parking luine--.. under
n: name ot l ne Astoria anoty racKIns
Co.." is thisila rlivtohrriliy mutual ronsent.
Tin' iuisiiic-s will heiealler he condurtetl
lv.l. T. IJiireiier. who willlsettle all debts
due or liivoiniiu ilue atKiinst the firm ami he
will i oltrri all iU-lls iu or becoming due to
lli firm. .1. T. liUUClIEKS
. (ivo. F. M. COLLI'XI).
vm'ICF U li..r..hf ;..r. i.f ti.
(v,u. r ...-.i r ?". r"alV ll tt
lomnion Cnuneil of tnuCity of Atnria
lil5 to order the improvement of
tnat iHirtion of Denton Street from the
south .side of Concomlv street to the
I -oath .side of .Utor street in fcCIure's
the owners of two thirds of the nioner-
tv fronting on saiil portion ot said street
I"!. J with the Auditor and Clerk
.''-fi - & ?-'" '-
witiun ten nays trout the final luiblica
tion of this notice, viz: Aupjust 17th, 18S2,
the Common Council will order said lin
piovement to he made..
Bv order of the Common Council.
Auditor and Clerk.
PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE
A. McKINNJE, Manager.
For Oregon, Washington and Idaho Territories
itiTin:-io-j rut st street, roitTL?si, or.
CHAS. llODttK.of Hodce, Da is & Co.
J AAI12JMTKKI..C'isliirr First XutlonnI Jiaixk.
J. A. TKOWKi:lDtlK, Wboie-jlo Latlier
C. A. DOI.I'il. of Dclpli, Drouangh, Dolpb i:
Co!. J. iteCRAKEX. of J..McCrakcn &Co.
U C. HKNUICIISKX. or Jfejirlcbsen .1
Dr. ii. K. "O'rrA0i:, SI. D.. ExamlnPT antt
S. ARNDT & FERCHEN,
ASl'OKIA. - OitKllOX.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
ah kiuds or
" ' i ai mm a j
rmniptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYKTTK STKEIH'.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
DKNro.vSruKKT, Nicwti I'.vuKr.i: lloirsic,
ASTOHIA. - OKKGOX.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
Z nk .
o l o r-gJ. vw rn
i po j? 1' Hw --
1 Ii. KIXTOX. 3f. .
Boiler Work, teamboat Work . Q.at the Parker iio
and Cannery Work a specialty. !? HICKM'
CASTINGS. jASTOl-JA, - - - - OKKUON
Or nil llenerlptlmiH iuatli tn Onter Koouei in Allen's building up stale, corner
ttt Nliort Xotiee. of Cas ana Sqeaioeqhe streets.
A. D. W'ass, I'resident. I Q. A. BOWLBY.
.!.(. HutTi.KK..Secretarj. i , .
I. V. Cask, Treasurer. 4 Tnoviv at t j
John Fox, .Superintendent. AllUKiNJ-.I AJ. UW,
i Cht-uaraul Street. - ASTOIOA, OILKUOA
Corner Main nnd ChenamusStroeU,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
JOSEPH RODCERS &. SON
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERYl
AND THE GENUINE WOSTENHOLM .
aiul other English Cutler;.
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
Genuine Meershanm Pipes, etc. ;
A flue tock of I
WatehCM and Jewelry. Mtuuele ani
Breech I.eadintr MUot iiuiN and
Kitten, Kcvolver. JItol?.'
.WmenJSp.no srifCTAClSJand 'gggiTER'S CORXEB, 0 H XWMi
mUK DKLIXQUENT TAX K(
, tii" 5.ear t8i.tosctiier wttli a warrant
iei,,li"fS.u?iy S.? or tno .collection of
the same is In my hand,. Oelinquent Ux-
wwwm pleaco settle at pncaVl 1 sa
coif3. A.M. TWOMBIA,
SI. a. BUKRELL. of Kr.app. BurrcU Si Cp
AXDKEW P.0BEKT3. ofFIanfel 6 Roberts.
JOHN UKAN or John Craa &Cp.
C. SI . Wl ben;. Boots and Shoes- . '
.IDS. liL'I'.KHABD, iiurkiuml & SpauidlB.
J. K. t I1IX. or J. K. G1U- CoZ HpUaasrs:
riJANK 2L.NOVlCU.of ZaaB55
Eaeti of tho above merfbisSlO.OQQ Insur
ance in tlus Company.
V V. HOLUK.,
AUariONKKK, commission and
IK. J. C. NHAFTEB,
rHVSICIA.V and OTBCfX
DiMoaMM ertktt Tkr tSectalty .
Omce over Conn'3 Drug Site.
j Q.KLO V. PARSKB.
Clatsop C'oBiity,ajiA City T Atri
Qffleo : -Chcnamus street. Y. M. C. A. haU,
Iioom No. 8.
! J- B,ZOBT,,
i l . 8. C'uuiuiLssloarr, Salary rakUc,aat
Ai;ent tor the HamburK-Bremen FIro Ins. Co.
of Hambnnr, Germany, and of the Trav
elers' Ufo and Accident Ins. Co., of Hart
iWOfiice in J'ythian Building. Booms tl, 12.
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Attorney and Counselor at Law.
jsorOnlce in 1'jthian Building, noows li, Vi.
ASTOIUA, - - - OKEOON.
JAY TETTJJB. M. D.
PUYSIOIAN AND 8UROKOK,
, Okfick Over the Whlto Hooaa Btoc.
Kiujidexcf Ovor Elbejson's Bateiy, op
' poslte Hartti & Myers Saloon.
yy T. HIKXEY,
ATI'OBSET AT LAW.
May be found at the Court House.
ir. BAIN & GO.,
( Uoorx, WlHdews, Bllsds. Traa
; NentR, Lumber, Kte.
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Turning and Bracket Work
Steam Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. Q--evlve
Most Complete Stock in Asttrii
' ftlVBWOVllsl Fl-ft&s!
' Frui Both Foreign aad MciiUe
Wines and Liquors
Of Superior Brand.
and Jeffcfn s treeU PntnTd c5
tlons catf eni fthe TaSk g CA"
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houso on the lot north-west ceraiTrlEn:
. C HOLDER
Real E3tte Agent.