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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1882)
Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning, August 1, 1882.
Two lii) sailed out past tin- harbor
One beautiful Autumn day;
Mohj precious than all earth's jen ek are
Was the freight the' bore awa.
I'lierc were fond taiewdls and anxious
And lwellug of loving lips:
There were earnest prayers, as from
Sailed the two love-freighted ships.
The sky was clear, and
:he sun shone
When the left the liai hoi town;
the storm-king lode on lhedeep at
And one of the ships went down !
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1 wo human ships set sail, me d:tj
On a calm and sunlit sea:
Irnni the rt of liome lhey sailed
And one wa lo-d. Ah I me,
There weie hidden ii-ef of etiiui; and
un winch l,is,ft.a,i..w.-d: JJOS icnlon uit..c J, :,Uo highly j
Iheieueie meicile- i-ddie- lo diaw.1 . . M
And he to life was hi.
When .ship's go down in th- lraekie.-s
We weep, and the church-hells toll; !
Hut heaven mourns, and the angels
When is u recked Iheiunuan Mini.
ANNOYANCES IN HEAVEN.
I telated something of a conversa-, Washington nreven in the I'nited
tion between rr. Longfellow audjStjitas. Some of them aie evi
myself on spiritualism a few dently at large in Vienna, Austria,
months before his death, or,rather,jIn that city recently, a man con
a conversation on the influence fessed the crime of murder, but
and nearness which many persons .subsequently became alarmed and
experience in regard to those who concluded to escape, if possible
were dear to them and have none bv emulating insanity. Ho did
into the mysteries of eternity, not succeed vory well except in
Mr. Whittief listened with inter-!
est, adding that he was aware that
Mr. Longfellow had seme remark
able ideas and sympathies of the
kind, but had never talked with i ever, came to the unanimous con
him on the subject, "and for my-1 elusion that he was insane, though
self," he added, "I have felt but J
u ver.y. slightly, that -closeness and
nearness of tho unseen of which
you speak.5' After a few mo
ments, in the process of our talk,
he remarked: "Life is a mystery,
death is a mystery. 1 am like the
Chinese philosopher T?onfucius,
who, whin he was asked, 4Yhat
is death?' answered, 'Life is such a
mystery that I do not seek to pene-;
trate beyond it." "May I ask if
you believe in the progress of the
soul after that?" "Why not?
Surely we are not placed m niches
to remain for ever. Wc shall
doubtless there have what we lack
here, harmony, and that is my idea
of heaven.1' "No troubles, no
vexations?" "Well, I do not think
so. t seems to me we must there,
as well as here, have some annoy
ances, to be quite content is con
tract." This was a novel idea, and
1 laughed in appreciation of it,
and said, "Then you do not fancy
a supreme satisfaction and con
tent?" "No, no, not I," laughing
merrily. "13ut we meet people
who are thoroughly delighted with
themselves, and surroundings
very frequently." "True, and
thee hast seen clams at high tide;
they remind me of sucij people.
Ah! we shall have some trials in
tho life beyond and here the
poet's fine dark eyes lighted up
with a rare intelligence, but our
happiness will be all the sweeter,
and everything will be harmoniz
ed." From a letter in the Church
Lemons are a most valuable
fruit, not only for cooking, but
also for medicinal purposes and
the toilet. If the juice of a lemon
is taken every morning before
breakfast, for two or three weeks
in the spring time, it will prevent
the disagreeable feeling of weak
ness and want of energy peculiar
to the season. Lemon juice, made
thick with sugar, and :i little salt,
will relieve hoarseness and heal a
hacking cough. A piece of lemon
peel, with pulp attached, if bcund
upon a corn, will relieve it in a
few days. Jtisako nn excellent!
remedy for chills and fever, and. ifi
a tenspoonful of sugar and a large
pinch of salt U .stirred up with the
i pulp and .'ateu with a snoou every
t ' -
tnornin"-, it will break malarial
troubles. As a cosmetic, it is of
. . -'i-ti
greatise.rvice m removing freckles j
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and SUli-lumi. Appiv t tic pulp
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and juice at nignt to the face and
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hands and wasn oil with water in
'the iiioruitiir. It is also valuable!
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"" " l'u" ..M.r,i-UJu..g..-
juiis iiijii run-ill. in vtiiuriiu I
ous inrredient in cosmetics, j
powders or lintiiils. 1 lace a tea-
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jspoonlul oi the cosmetic inn wine- boys went and having been sue-i
h and M (. tiUU leimm Cf,,srtil. a returning hoard was up-'
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i juice upon it; if it ellervesces. it pointed and the toes counted, when
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lis a suie proof that the cosmetic
is dangerous and would utterly
ruin the complexion. l-"or small-
liecornineimed, me paueiu ouingi
allowed to drink lreely of lemon-
ade, and to suck the clear juice if
palatable. In all feveis the juice
r , ..,, lS A-,AnA ..tc;c,..,.,.
' 9l IV lllVUO tO tl UlWIWUi (t.-lOlUIJUL.
A Vienna Cranlc.
It is- gratifying to know thai all
th.rt expert "cranks" do not live in
convincing his keepers that he
wets simulating, and that he be
lieved himself perfectly sane. The.
experts after examining him, how-
he had "self-control and discern
ment enough to know the benefit
of being considered insane and to
feign insanity." Such a conclu
sion is none the less "cranky" in
Austria than it would be in this
country; but it was not followed
by such serious icsnlts. The Aus
trian law sends a man to the in-
jsane asylum for life.
The Chinese compositor cannot
sit at his case as our printer's do,
but walks ftotn one case to another
constantly, as the ehaiacters need
ed cover such a large number that
they cannot be put in anything
like the space used in the English
newspaper oflice. In .setting up
an ordinary piece of manuscript, i
the Chinese printer will waltz up
and down the room for a few min
utes and then go down stairs for a
i: .r i . . fin i . .
one oi nnver case, i uen no laKes hjcensc . nuary WlMlt crazy
the elevator and froes into llie!.i,.. i. r i .u. :c ,.. ti
third story after some cans and
out into the woodshed for :i hand
r..l r... :i m .. . 1
iui oi itoiuiiisiii-rs. j tie successful j
Chinese compositor doesn't need to
be so very intellip-ent. but he must!
be a good nedestrian. n mav 1
wnrlr ottit tvo!!.- ,.... 1.. l...TI,K.. I
whole day and set up a stickful, j
and then half the people in the
county couldn't read it after all
, . , ..
The largest amount of malt li-'
quor manufactured by one estab-
lislunent in the United States in I a00MI lwo 0ffir' ' n pftKI '" lau
1881. was bv a WJI wr. M;i.i.v,r 30, lost thirteen days' lime,
waukee firm, which tut tied out
owr 350,000 barrels. In 1881-83 I
tho lin..',M-t .1 .- r i j
the iiea ie&t jnoduction of beer I
vroc ;.. V.. v..i. v?. . i i
was in .New lork Male, the total
being; 5,535,591- barrels; Pi,n '
o j j uarrcis. i . im-.
sylvania ranked second with 1 - '
j v- iwuu, wiui i.-.
GSG,7U barrels. Therewere .nan-;
uuiciurcu in until J.ulib -tiil leir-
, . ,,. - uu,in ",,r
rels; in Wisconsin, 1,1S5,097 b-ir-
. . ' slv"jv'" "
rels: in Missouri, 1,017,4-lG bar-
i . .... Jjvxj,.u udi
rrtlc Miin in lll...vT 1 nn I r'Ctn I
"'.' ' ",w,? 1W4i'OT ar"
reis. auw .lerse;- came next mi
order, with :$3,031 barrels, and'
then California, with 44,480!
nSjS) ol)taincd by nsing j
OREGON BLOOD PURIFIER. I
How Many Toes Has a Cat?
This was one of the questions
asked a certain class in school So.
.'J, during examination week, and
as simple as the question appears
i 1 l
to be, none could answer it. In
the emergency the principal, .Mr.
r. i j
Brands, was applied to for a solu-
jtion, and lie also, with a fOod nil-
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tured smile, gave it up,when one of
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the teacher determined not to be
!.- no bv i simnle :i ntiemioii hit
u,wm Uie mea oi seuuuig imi :.
deler.tion of boys to cour the
(lCie'MllOU OI IJiiVS to COtll Hie .
ruMo-hboi-hond for :i eat. Several
to the relief of all it was learned ,
that a cat possesses eighteen toes,
ten on the front feet and eiffht on
,,. hind fret. Ptftawwi l'res
.September coming the Oregon
legislators will meet in regular!
session. A legislative body with
moie important duties to perforin
has never assembled in the state.
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Prom present appearat.ee a new
law will be framed, and the gover-
nor ofthe .state will appoint a niana-
and the superintendent of the
penitentiary as well, to be concur-
, ' , .i - . . . - w I,
red m by the state enate. mieh
a law has been favorably spoken
of by prominent parties, and we
hope it will meet with the approv- J
Speculation as to the. election of
United States senators are numer
ous here at the capital. "Col.
Sellers" is abroad, and asserts, in
his usual confidential .style:
"There are millions in it."' M. ( '.
George is the last new candidate
spoken of; but time will tell the
tale. Salem Statesman.
Book Aoent Lemon, who was!
selling a work of antiquities, one
fl-ii- lnt xv-Aoi- illoil nu nn M.i
U.i last week called on an oktj
... i i- -i-
resident who was working in his !
garden, and after talking about an
hour to the old man, who, inean-
) while, was leaning upon his knee,
suddenly noticed him grow pale
uiwl liin stno-o-Ai- H'inii t h. ?irronl I
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stopped talking' and caught the
man, who fainted completely away
and was carried into tho hoitsn
before he revived. This is not
the first time a man has been
talked almost lo (loath by a book
The most, astonished man the
clerk ofthe O'Brien county (Iowa)
court ever saw was one
,,tl. ..rlm.I 1W -i mitrrium
-' rr .-
i inn ni; luumi . .mi ju.li. ""-'"j
j four hours before another fellow
had secuied a license to marry the
. . "
Denver claims to be one of the
1-ar-CSt briek m:ikin centera hl
i.i tt.'. 5 rx i . r ; l' i.lii.
the United Stales.
it, is estimated
Uiafc 00000,000 brick will be putlllZ
m u,e waiK in,h hWomi lu"'
! Brick ape ?ol1 ftL t!'C .van,s l'r
'o.CO to -Sli per 1,000, and laid in j
; the wall for 8.50 per 1,000.
An Indiana farmer went to I.iw
paid 8 witness foes afid expense,
a,ld lhen Sl beatci a,,d ,,a(1 lo
foot $2G costs. That's one way of
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1J1(. hast Oregontaii says: 1 h.
i -n . t n .
r.irn;iil amN soon isntnr IVmlleton.
The last biidge is now in course!
r . t i i -i .
;of erection, which is about a mile
. t mm i t i
from town. I he largest bridge,.
i . i -i i
about twelve miles from here, is
vorv iiP:irlv CO.nnb,tnd.
l Varied Performance.
Many wonder how Parker's Ginger
i Tonic cm perform such varied cures,
thinking it essence of gincr,When in
j fact it is made from, many -valuable
4 j. i.:v " l i i :ii..
modicineR which act
every diaeased organ.
LETTER FROM GERMANY. '
KffiieoarLh cr Pill have called forth ;
Jj Ionf$r?,,jur onuiAe im "Sir-.
'AXItn ilivei: pills. I have cntirelv
nvnverod from mv fmir rears siiffrrmir- All
ho know ice wndcr Iioir . who, ror so j
many year. hnd no apnettto and could not 1
sleep for backache. .titoh in iqvmiIj. and j
pencral .lO!.ich complaint-, could hai rr
covered. . .
An old lady in oar rili.who h.i .ilior-d
f'r many years from kidney ilicea-e. and :.V: I
dctoi had sivi-n h'r mi. took two tr.ar
l'di?. and s.t wio relief than he ha from
all the doctor-. Ynr truly. i
.i. Vo. dki: v.V.lir,. 1
BEWARE OF IMITATION.-
Tho scntunoare nertr sncir eoatcd.
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s.mrv ihjv mi :iiyu h:h umi hii j:io mi. f
boar the mature ir c. McLiinn ami
Kft!f-3fM VholSe" bi. r '
?irr..ix xivr.i: rn.KS Drepanil bv
Fi9minsr.n..ofPittOiiirph. ln.. the imirkoi j
Iif-iii" full At iinil-ilinns tiff lii li'iini- M.l.nne.
spelled differently, but of nn.' uronniH-ia-1
"ir'your storekeeper docs net have the sen-
antlwewili cnl you a bov bv mail, anil a
Jct i.f our advcrli-in? rani.
FleminS Bros" Pl3burSh, Pa.
aitip i .nottier:: .tietiiei: : :
i Arc you (lMuibcualnfeht and broken
in viiur ri'si n :i siirir I'liini siiin'riii1
oi your rcsi nya sick
andeiyina with the. exciuciatimr pain
of cutting tcellr.' If social oneeaudj
fleta bottle ot .Mrs. Wuisliiws fcoouiiii:;
.Syrup, it will relieve the poor littlo Mif-
ferer immediately depend upon it;
u,erc is no mWake ahilut it. There is
not a, mother on earth who lias eer
that it will regulate the bowels, ami
-Ill II H jiw tt III Iti'b l II ' alt 1IV.I"
ve rest to iui liiuuicr, aim renei aim
sail h to the ehihl.oeeraliiii: like manic.
H H iwrfccth .safe to us- in all cases.
and jdeasant to the laste, and is the pte-
scriptionof one of theohlot and best
J female physicians ami nunscs in the,
rilitl.l, :lU. s,(1 liyt.ryWwri.. -,
JtfMiNa hotlle. j
! u.r I'niycrsai Arenni. !
r nJl purgatives for family IW. The
arc the product of louff, lahoriou.-., anil
hueeessiui eiieune.u luvcsuauou. ami .
their cxtcn-io use by phs:ciai) in J
their nrnctire. and hv all cfili.ed na-i
tioiis. procs thorn thehest and most ef-
Iii-ciii.ii jmt.iiiK; i in (ii.ii iin.-iin-.ii.sri-, -. r-t Cj f T1 TTT"V I" "I " t J
ence can devi.se. in intrinsic value and I -N L J v:- -L1-- Jl..l.l.ii-illii.
cui-atie imwers no other Pills can he ... .i,. ,. t v .,... n .
j oompannl w ith them, ami every person, j -N,u ,,,,ar u$rtmi Uo,,1
j knowing their virtues, will employ' -
fectual puratte rill that medieal sei
them, when needed. They keen the
sytem in perfect older, ami maintain in
healthy action the whole machinery of,
life. Mild, searehin;r and effectual. iho t
arc especially -adapted to the need or;
the digestive apparatus, derangements '
of winch' they pievent ami cure, if
timely taken. They are the lnM ami)
safest phy.sie to employ forchihlieu and
weakend; constitutions, where a mild
and efTcetual cathartic is required.
Tho Count Cinchon was the. .Spanish J
Viceroy in Peru in HSK). The Counlcss, ;
his wife, was prostrated h an intermit-
lent fewr, from which she was freed hy t
the use of the native remedy, the IVnt-
vian hark. or. as it v.a called in the I
language ol the country, Quinquina." ,
(Jraleful for lieriecover,on her return
vian hark. or. as it was called in the I
IIIC USC OI 1110 ll.tllVC rCIIICIiV. lie IVril-
In l''iirii-w in 1(L'K' !io tit nuln... I tiu
remedy in .Spain, where it was known
under virions names, until J.ir.iueiis
called it Cinchona, in honor or the ladv
who had hrough! them thai which was
To this day. after :t hn.-" of two him-
5 (I red and fifty ears. .science has uiveit
j us nothing lo take its place. It effect u-
illl l-llltt il lllllllllll illICIIIC llll sninil-
:iaiits;hy iest,,ring ihe natural tone or
jlhc stomach. It attacks excv.ssnc he
of liquor as it does a fever, and destroys
re"of the Cinchona is preserved in the
UWlll .Willi'. jiii- in i- llll illlllC l I lie
nf tli. t!iiwliMii-i i nr.ciin-.-.l tn tin.
'eriiviaii Jiiiiers, wiucii are as cilectni
against malarial fever to-tlav
w'ere in the dajs of Ihe old Spanish
Viwroys. Wc guarantee the innredi-
euus oi uicsr iiiiuTs in in aosniuieu
I"'";'-' . ' ) . y; Man y.
best bitter in the wnid. "The prowl nf
the pudding is in the eating.'' and we.
. t t j wii tltli & - tll
willingly abide tins n-st. i or sale liy ,
all drnggistsriH-eisaml I iipior dealers.
K'rdi r it. Loeh ?c Co., agents for Asioiia.
! -A Nasal Iniector free with eneh
j oomc oi niinous i auinii. licmciix
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Price i cent. Sold bv . K. Dement.
IJ " CELEBRATED V
H . ftTOaiACH
Hostctlcr's Stomach Bitten? ctirii:itei il-
tiepsia with sreater certainty and prompti- t tH5 owners or two thirds of the ptoper
tuuethanany knownjrenicdy, nnd u a nitot I ty fronting on said portion ot said street
. .A. TI.Aen r-4 .tr.f Atilt.l. nkn... .
n;Mnr nliVtlrn 1 ltn-lltliTn! ct.mMt .!.
urinarrorrtna. . . - -X '.'.'. ,--.
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For sale oy tin uruggists anil Dealers
.. .v ..v.. V....-K. f-iuiwii ? i niiiiui ivii nays iroin tue miai luiDiica
ofonrconntrjincnand wounn who I ti'nn nFtlMJimti v-,. m,otini, no
o oxpcncnecil lU ollecis nre aware, but (i...em,...,n.i rn.. .',.: I.ltii .i, Vji"
i.oi',i .... iiv :.f nm.i.i K..r, Vi.. tue coiiiinou Council will order said iin-
ROSCOE'S-f I RST CLASS
()Vst01a SaloOll i3
" ' fiT
chkv.ymls stkkct. ASTORIA.
m:r p i-vni-M?cifiVi.i is: Pl.P.mRIi TO
X amionnpc to tlu-Ipiihlii-thatlielias op-
Tlfl.lTlg S.OUSO .
And innus'iie in Ilr-t class stjle
iiwtim-; iwvr mxitvittf tp i.
o.nti-.i..s. hoi ioiii.i-. ir... i.
Ladies' and Gent's Oyster Saloon,
l JJ K.N AMI'S srKKKT.
l'le:iM ttive hi a i':Ul.
i:oscoK 1HXON. Proprietor
It ll. FKANKLTN.
Corner ftis and Siitemnqho streets,
ASTOUIA. --- - OKKCOX
Dressm ettoz 1ng 9
! Plniu ami Fnney
onttrrrTr n-n rr wrnno i
j SEWING OF ALL KINDS !
Sues niade in thr best stIe from
$.. lo .:. "
', Satisfaction Gnaraatecd.
ta tuc i aoic n - aptadii
,u ,Ht L-lJiidr AblUKIA .
1 TAKE Pl.KiM'KK ix IXFOHMIXO
- . that I h:ie removed mv Drevj-
Vo.. Ie,,u. St. o C
Xei door jo Tuk Asroc.tA.N
than!, the ladies for their liberal patronage.
Wilson & Fisher,
' Iron. Steel. Coal. Anchors, UhainS.
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM.
innr AM) CI '1 (SAIAAXI'KI)
S "F 3" K? 1 ?
"ils. 'opcr .nlls and lturrs.
Shelf Hardware ,jPaints and Oils
; Rubber nn.i . PacMna of alt Kinds.
akmih for &uVm !'
FI.or .tXI 1IIM, FKKIK
onion imiinmiis ami iinmiuon.Mrcets
G. A. STIXSON & CO.,
At Cap:. IIiipiTi old Mand, corner of C.Th
and Court Street.
Ship and C.umery work. !Ioriesliocln;.
Wawiis iii.mIc ami icpnlred. fiood work
SteT)liaiis Varieties !
A l.Jl'KI.V KXTERTAIXMKXT
!!ae a now IiowIiiik alley, the lai&vd and
lns.t in tmwi. Ailiaittance tree.
. aioih:i:n ufii.t iiofsk of five
-1 Koouls. with IM .Al liv.150 feet. Uay
windows, etr. I'orflirth'er Tifformation and
. ru-.' in.inire y.' C, AV. SHI Vl.'I.Y.
Benton Street Improvement.
NOTICE Ls herch jjiven that the
Common Cmiucil of the City of Astoria
'1iojom to order the inijirovcment of
, that portion of Kenton Street from the
, Miiith side r ttoncpmly btrect to the
south idc of Astur street in McCIurc's
Astoiia. hj planking the wtnic thiouch
the center twenty lect in widlh with
; new and -ounil three inch plank, and
and unless :i rfmoimli-aiioo clirmwl w
be hied with the Auditor and Clerk
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PlOVClllCllt tO 00 lltadC.
i y oiiu-r oi tuc t.oninion council,
i - r, i .. .,
F. C. jsOICRIS.
Auditor and Clerk
. .' -'s.gm ' L1P"C1J I
PACIFIC MliTlllL LIFE IPURiilE 60MFM1.,
A. McKlNNlE, Manager.
For Oregon, Washington and Idaho Trritort.
OFFICE 102 FIRST NTRF.KT, 1 'OUTLAID. OR.
ril AS. 1I01)(J K, ot Hwlg.'. l)avl. & Co.
.1. A. STJtOWlIKIbltK, Whole?:ile Leather,
and lludhiss. !
C. A. DULl'li. of Dolph, KtoiraiiKh, Dolph & ,
Col. .1. MeCKAKEX. cf J. JkCraken & Co.
I- r. IIKXKH'ILSEX. or lfenrlchsen S.'
Dr. (L K. XOTlAf!K, M. !., Examiner and ' Each of tho ahovft men ha Klo.0ooin.sur
Phslclaii. auce In this Company.
S. AKNDT & FERCHEN, I
ASTOUIA. - OKKtlOX.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
Xl.VIO.III 1 (I
All kinds ot
I'nnnptly attended to.
A specialty made of repalrlns
FOOT OF LAFAYKTTK STUFJO".
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
IJknton' Strkkt, Xkikj I'.MtKKit HotiHK,
astouia. - oi:i:(;on.
CEHERAl IMAGHINISTS ANDi
g f ! o&
o r- HoA m
o 1 SnMo
o 71 z-Sj s
t- .vmr ' o
' CD r-
ii. Fuirox. x. i.
Boiler Work, teamboat Work J itoon. at the ranter House.
and Cannery Work a specialty. P. p H,CKS'
0-LTIKTC3-S. , astouia, .... oaxoon
Of all Defterlptloim made to Orileii Uoouu iu Allen's building up sUire, eoroec
at Nhort Xotloe. ' of Vnn mid Sqemoco.he streets.
A-.P',9S. I'nsJdenL . ; I Q. A. BOWLBY.
J. tr. II L'HTt.Kn, Secretary. .1 c
I. W. Cask, Tieasurer. v , fIV.r. v.v, -,.-,
Jou.v Fox, Superintendent. AllOltAJir AT LiAW.
Corner Main iind Chenamui Streets,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO. I
JOSEPH RODCERS & SON
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GEHUiME WOSTENHOLmI
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
A ilnc ftoi$:pf . ' ...
Watekew and Jewelry. Mozr.lt. aai.l
Bre(fc.:IritHKMli4 Ouuh ami
RlUeH, Revolvers. Jtol.
rs. ' w twwj
- ' s- . r.
AWO A KIMJ
A?5?lJffifSE0,lflne Si'TACLKS and EYE
tho year'-lWl, together w ith a warrant tf ed me and others in thliettv. kuaav.
from tho Cpnrity Court 'for the. collection oH 1,7-us without noS "SfKRK
lh.,?iU. i'IJ ?yJ5?SlK "KrueM to-1 lat'lio owes us. 5AII petaf bff 4kS
payors will ple-.wa sottlo at; onw .and . nef nesTwItll him shoiftd hefiWelrifSnr""
costs. A. M. T OAIBLx. j. j. ARYOLD.
m5'B Shorltf. Orejtonlan copy. iv?
M. S. BUURELU of Kcapp.Butreli & Co.
W. W. SfAUl.DINU. Pacieh and CarrLt
AXDKKW EOUKiCT3. .of Fhhel 6i JJotwm.
JOHN C1LVX. of JohnCran&.Co.
(.. m. winery, lioois ana-aaoes.
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hx -22 2o
SW 5 C
Al'criOXKKlt. CUUMIHSIOX AN1
TK. J. C. NMAFTKK,
rairiU'Lt and KNE!i.
j llcaio ortkeThrata.9piall9'.
Office over Conn's Drug Stare.
rj.KI.0 F. PARHEK.
I OniCK:-ClienamiH street, Y.M.C. A. hall.
j V. S. C'owMliiHleaer, Satmrj FuUUt, MMl
! iHHHrmaee Accat.
i Agent tor the Hamburg-Bremen Fire Ii
' ri llnmhnrrr (Innniv. anil of thj
elcis' life and Accident In. Co., of '
"Omce In i'ythiau Building. Eooma 11, 12.
j TO D. WINTO!f ,
. " Attorney and Counselor at Law.
j ii2-OQlce In l'ythian Building. Rooms 11, 1?.
TAX TITTLE, M. D.
photoiab ua. somjob.
orncK-Over tUo Wbl House Store.
Uksidknck Over Mberson's Bakery, op
posite liartn & Myers' Saloon.
; Ctuiuuuus Street. - ASTOUIA. OBStSOtk
Y T- BCKNK1T,
" ATJ'onjIEY AT UL1
.May be found at tho Court llouse.
C. " BA,:,r c.-
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loorw, niBitown, Slljids Tmm
om, Lawber, KtV.
i Ste:ini Mill netu- VTeton hoie?. Cor. CUto
evive nail Astorstreet.
1 Fo$iers Emporium,".,
j MOSt COfflplCtC StOCk fi AttOHi
.-,. 7 TPJ '' '
' l1'VeWOVflS H L(L$J.
Fruits Btl Fuvelcil m4' tHdtUte
Wines and Liquors,.,,
Of Superior Brands ,, ..,,
FOSTER'S CORNER, 0 E JtS DOCK