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Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, August 5, 188!
HOW CIGARETTES ARE MADE.
"What Becomes of tne Cigar Butts
Gathered in the Staeets.
"Xica lota grassa-hopp,1 said
Cruisseppu Rocca in half tones of
inquiry, while his soft Italian eyes
took in the cat-load of old cigar
stumps that were toasting in the
sun in the lear of Xo. 810 Carpen
ter street on Saturday alternoou.
In the great pile of nicotine-soaked
stumps were the remnants of
Henry Clays and Wheeling sto
gies, reduced to a common level,
as the "grasshopper" hunter rc -
ceives no more for a bushel irath
ered from the sweepings of a fash
ionable, hotel than he does for the
same quantity lifted from gutter-j
oo.e of the slums.
"Where did you get them?''
asked the reporter.
'Eveiybod finda de stump; every
lod sella de stump; everybod getta
de mon." Exhausted by this dia
lectic explanation, Mr. IJocco
showed his teeth in a smile and
lazily stretched his back against
the jamb of the door. There weie jtie sul)pose(i capitalist seeking in
about ten bushels of the stumps I vcstmcnts, or the immigrant look
laid out to dry and about twice ing for u f.inn. XG well-dressed
that quantity of cured butts wcrestrailger nec(i w.,it onjJ. for l,(J 0f
seen in a third-story room. jfcr a fro(J rid1 :ibout thu citv
Rocco is one of half a dozen aud :l vauable guide to explain
Italians on Carpenter and Chris-jllw mauy choice npen;ngs waiting
tinn streets who make a business him a1 hu inonfty.jvrcw iVorth
of buying stumps from the horde' jp
of youthful scavengers who livei ' ..
in the rt.ilinii ntiarter of this citv. .
An active boy or girl will collect
half a bushel of the stumps in an
hour or so, the work being done
between daylight and 8 o'clock,
and between those hours all the
principal streets in the heart
of the city are gleaned. The
children receive no fixed price for
the stumps, but ten or fifteen
cents a pailful is usually paid. The
buyers, men like Rocco, wash the
filthy stumps and spread them out
to dry. A day or so later they are
crumbled into shreds and allowed
to dry twenty-lour hours longer
before being jiacked in flour bar
rels and shipped to New York. A
barrel of this stump tobacco is
worth 2.50, but a few years ago,
when there was a strong demand
for it in Philadelphia, the Italian
dr3Ters received a trifle more for it.
The stumps were made into snuff
in Philadelphia, but when Johnson
& Carlin's factory on Third street,
above Arch, was destroyed by fire
in 1S78, the local demand ceased.
This filth grade of tobacco is now
bought b' the manufacturers of
cigarettes and fine-cut chewing to
bacco. A wholesale tobacconist of
jnnny years' experience declares
that when the stump tobacco is
ground, bleached, flavored and
made up in cigarette paper no one
but an expert can detect the dif
ference between it and new leaf.
Two "Western Towns.
The two smart towns of Fargo
and Morehead look at each other
across the muddy Red river ditch
with jealous eyes. They will not
bridge the stream, because each is
afraid the other would profit by a
convenient crossing. Vehicles fer
ry over on a rude flat-boat, worked
by hand-power applied to a rope
stretched from bank to bank, and
pedestrians are beholden to the
railroad company for the use of
its bridge. Morehead, the Minne
sota town, has three thousand in
habitants; Fargo, the Dakota town,
boasts of six thousand, and styles
itself the Red river metropolis.
Both welter in a sea of black mud
in the season of thaws and rains;
both are largely devoted to specu
lation in lots and lands, and both
are equally unattractive to the eye.
They are in realit' a single town,
commercially speaking, and a re
markably prosperous one, too.
The railroad system has made them
the business center and distribut-!
ing point of the the entire fieri.
P,..,- v.,1W n,l-o..t r.i their.
present jumble of muddy
cheap-pine cottages and shanties,
1 ' . ,
vacant lots, saloons. Stores ami
lumber-piles, will glOW UJ) a hand-
lumuer-piles, Will glOW ill) a liailU-
. ' ,- i t
some city of fiftv tbousand inhab-i
- , . V . m,.M
ltants Within the nrcseut gPIieni -
t1 i .1 - i i l
Aireauv inert is i iiiiiiummuui
, rejoicing' in
ral oddities of the Qneen Anue
craze, a street railway, an electric
light company, waterworks, half a
dozon lwilkSia 4aiiy ow.spaper,a
j number of creditable churches ami
school building.-, and a I'nw pretty
dwellings. leal estate speculation
runs wild. Visions of a second
change have turned the heads of
the inhabitants. The talk is all
about lots and values how much
this or that corner is worth, what
Jones paid foi his strip of mud,
or what Smith holds his at. The
real-estate agents have their ofiices
in the hotels, in order to watch the
arrival of jruests and seize upon
A '-Rustler" in Dakota.
. Uisinarck, in Dakota, has a
"Boomer.' lie is hired by the
chamber of commerce, at a good
salary, to ride upon the trains east
of Fargo and talk to imigrants
about the advantages of settling
near the Banner city. In :t word
he is a drummer for his town.
When J was there he had not
started on his mission, and f fonnd
him plowing a field for oats on the
only farm within sight of the
town. He was :t member of the
territorial legislature, he said, and
he demonstrated his capacity for
the business of booming by fifteen
minutesj of intelligent conversa
tion on the capacity of the. soil of
Burleigh county and its attractions
to people who by the plow would
thrive. He was evidently what
they called in Dakota a "rustler."'
To say that u man is a rustler is
the highest indorsement a Dakotan
can Hve. It means that he is
pushing, energetic, smart and suc
cessful. The word and its deriva
tives have many shades of mean
ing. To rustle around is to bestir
one's self in a business way.
"What are you going to do in
Mandan?'' asked one man to an
other in a Bismarck saloon. "Oh,
I'll rustle around and pick up
something,' which meant that he
would look about for a good busi
ness opening. "Rustle the things
off that table,' means clear the
table in a hurrv. To do a rustling
business is to carry on an active
trade. The word was coined by
the Montana herdsmen to describe
the action of cattle brushing the
snow from roots of the bunch-grass
with their noses. New Northwest.
Death ot George Washington.
"When did George Washington
die?" asked an Austin teacher of
a large boy. "Is he dead?"5 was
the astonished reply. Why, it is
not more than six months ago that
they were celebrating his birthday,
and now he is dead. It's a bad
year on children. I reckon his
folks let him eat somcthinn that
didn't agree with m."Tcx(is
The director of the mint esti
mates the circulation of the urin-
cioal countries nf tb tvnpbl ot-i
P.l1 ooionnnnri -t -o
Uold, ,21,000,000 silver, ,-
538,000,000; total specie, $5,750,-
nnnnnn nr ..rtn iecinnn
O0U,OUU, or paper, 3,bG4,000,-
Broaching Cargo on the Sound
roroiuru year mrge quu.ui
For over a
!, i.A i,ar, ,:.-,?
j irom "nw l" uuw jrom a,,,un UJtf
camofij of tin oei-ill steamers '
P""""1 - "' i,u- Ul," -""-"-?
i " r
Francisco Where the "OOiU wore '
ninc,S(0- "?-eoon. wtn
ffoing to no one se.-med to knmv.i
!e o j
Anion"- the list 01 merchandise
Q b-v the
i sand, Ivoxes of tobacco, cases of
liquor, nuts and fruits, and vari
ous kinds of other goods. Plans
were laid to catch the thieves but
without success. The contagion
spread from the steerage to the
cabin, and a system of plundering
the vessels was carried on seem
ingly without any hindrance.
The company, it is said, paid for
missing goods to the extent of a
thousand dollars a mouth. Some
thing had to be done. So (.'apt.
Lees, of the San Francisco detec
tives was consulted and after i
briefly considering the matter
detailed officer Beunctte to woik
up the case. He found after some
little investigation, that the goods
were Molen while the vessels
were at sea, and immediately de
cided to purchase a ticket and
take passage on the Dakota, which
sailed from San Francisco for this
port on July 10th. To carry his
scheme to a .successful issue he
found it necessary to engage what
is known iu police parlance, as a
"stool pigeon.'' This man was
placed in the steerage, with special
instructions to keep his eye peeled.
As the ship got well uuder way a
wholesale attack was made on the
cargo by attaches of the ship.
Liquors were abstracted and'open
ly sold by the bott'eful to the
steerage passengers while large
quatities were being stowed away
in the various staterooms. The
robbery continued during the en
tire trip, and when the ship touch
ed the wharf four thieves were
placed under arrest. The officers
showed our reporter a list of goods
and the name of the ship on which
they had been missed, and it
seemed almost impossible for such
an amount of goods to be. moved
from one part of the. ship to an
other without the. ship's officers
While Mr. Bennett was here we
introduced him to our chief of po-
lice and lie pointed out numerous j
lw.,1 M.o .. . r Vrn; .
bad characters to Mr. A ooiery.
Mmumf , wi.m i... ,;.,.o,i
." . . '
out hail servcil long terms ol im
prisonment in San Quentiu, for
murder, arson and robbery and
after the expiration of their sen
tence had come up here to work
Seattle. .Mr. Bennett passed here
as a corn doctor and by disguising
himself was able to pass unnoticed
ov nis lonuer acquaintances, nei
. x .. , . .
returned to the bay city on the;
same ship that he came on, and
he intended to take at least one
half of the ships company into
custody on her arrivul below. lie
will more than likely return here
in about a mouth or so to gather
in a few of the familiar faces he
noticed whil. here. Ho claims a
number of them are wanted below
to answer to various charges, they
having escaped. Seattle Herald.
Arabi J3ey is a much-talked-of
individual. He has already been
dubbed the Bismarck of Egypt,
the Parnell of the east, the Bill Ma
hone of Egypt and the Dennis Kear
ney of the Nile. He will be entitled
to the appellation of the Oriental
Robeson only after he has shown
himself capable of getting away
with the British navy. Boston
A Varied Performance.
Many wonder how -Parker's Ginger
Tonic can perform such varied curoa,
j thinking it essence of giii.tcr, vrhenin
I fact it is mado from many valuable
medicines which act beneficially on
I every diseaaed organ.
A LEnER pRQJfl GERMANY. !
Verv i-tciiioJ ;ir:
itie praise your Liver mi uavecaneuior
lhe praise your Liver Pill Lave called forth
i,ankki.ivkr m.i.s.r ha,f.rriv
rSfv?red frol '"' r,r venr Mittcnnj-. All
who knoiv ice won.ler hniv 1. who. for
sleep for backache, m lei. iu u,r ,idc. ami I
sipeu ir uacKaciic. much in mv .-iuc. ami i
seneral stoinneh tsinilnint-. cnuhl Ime re
, A0"1 ,ad' ' ol,r .' ,rh." '" -'p'
for many year. from hi'lncy ili?oap. ar.il ihf .
iV,"."'1 iaa SIVC" 1,,r"i'-.,"oK .: nl J"ur .
thou-tHthidort.,rf. 'urn'x 1)K. j,,,.
riii. aim a)i more n-iiei man mi na uutu ,
BEWARE OF IMITATION.
The genuine nro never 5ugnr runlcil.
Every box ha n red wax p.il on lln? lid.
with llie i m predion : 3IcI.no Ijivor
bear tne -iitnnturc fit C MoJUnnr n::
Fleming Bros. n tUo irraicr.
Ini-t upon limine tli? genuine 1I.
MctAXKS IjIVKH JPILL-S prepared by
Flomins linn., of Pittsburgh. 'a.. the mnr'hCt i
beinzfull ot imitations of the name .Mi-Lane,
spelled differently, but of -ap.ie pronuncia
If your storekeeper does not haro Ihf sjen
uino DR. G. Mor.ANB'S CELEBRA
TED X.I VR PIL.-LS.send u 25 reiiH.
and wo will send you a box by mail, and u
set of our ndverliMii; rani.
Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh. Fa.
By livcr4u! Aertml.
Ayi:i: Catiiaktic Iii.i.-.aretlH SmM
of all purgatives for family iwc. 'Kiev
are tin. iirouuot ol lomj, latinrious. ami
successful chemical investigation, ami
their extensive use by physicians in
their liraclice. ami by all civiliitl na
tions, proves them the best an.l most or-
fectual purgative Pill that medical mm-
enrc can devise. In intrinsic value and
curative powers no other Tills can be
compare! with them, anil every person,
Knowing Uieir virtue!, will cniplm j
them, when needed. They l:eep the.
system in perfect order, and maintain in !
healthy action the whole machinery of'
life. Mild.st'archmg and effectual. tlte
arc especially adapted to the needs of ,
the digestive apparatus, derangements .
of which they prevent and cure, if
timely taken. They are the hc-J. and
safest physic to employ for children and
wuakend constitutions, where a mild !
and etfeetual cathartic is required. !
I-mi: Ji.u.i: nv at.t. iji:ai.ki:s.
Tho Count Ciuchon wai the .Spanish
Viceroy in Peru in IKiO. The Countess,
his wile, was.protratcil by an intonuit
tent fever, from which she was freed bv
theji.se ofjheaiative rcmcilyMhe Peru-1
"VmnTiark, or. as it Aas called in the
language ot the cmttilry, (uiuiUina.
(Irateful for her recovery, on her return
to Europe in lrcw, she introduced the
remedy in Spain, where it was known !
niiuer various uuiues, uiiiu jjiuii;eu '
called it Cinchona, in honor of the ladv
ivl.n liml lirmurlil f!irm ll.nl u-l.inl. v.j .
""" .......... .. . i..ij.
ils nothing to take its place. It clTii'tit-
ally cures a morbid appetite for stimu
lants, by restoring the natural tone of
the stomach. It attacks excessive, love
of liquor as it does a fever, and destroys
both alike. The powerful tonic virtue
of the Cinchona is preserved in the
Peruvian Hitters, which are as effective
against malarial fever to-day as thev
wero in the days of the old Spuui-.li
Viceroys. We. guarantee the ingredi
ents ol these bitters to be absolutely
pure, and of the liest known qualitC.
A. trial will satisfy you that, this is tli.
best bitter in the world. "The proof of
tho pudding is in the eating.' and we
wiiiiugiy uuiue mis ic-si. rorsaie ny :
all druggists, grocers and liquor dealers.
Ordrr If. LelKtagntsff,r Aloria.
A i-ini")i ei.lil nr nn tliro-H vlu.i.lit In.
slopped. Xeglect frequently results in
" incurable lung diseaseor Coilsiiiiih
Uon. j,wll-s ;Fnehinl troel.es do i,!d
disorder the stomach like cousiii : si rm.s
and balsams, but act dircctlv on the in-
flamed parts. all'aing irritation, give
relict in astiima, bronchitis, coughs,
catarrh, and the throat troubles which
singers aim public speakers are .subject j
to. For thirty years Urown's bronchial 1
more preciottshan the gold of the lncns. . -(1, , -
To this day. after a lapse of two hun
dred and fifty jears, science has eiven Irom ('hcnaiuns SI. to C'sisn SI.
troches have been recommended by . , .. , , . ,..
physicians, and alwavs give 1K.rfect j AsrL,"'',frt-S:,,,M" n4,1,n":'-,I,1,i-satisfaction.
J laving been tested by i ..,...... fi ...t n...:i.. e.,...
wide and con
st?nl tiM-for nearly an en-;"
tire generation, they have attained well-
merited rank among the few staple j
remedies 01 inu age. .-sold at i.eeiiisa
. . ,, ,
All is well that cnih well. Tn get
. , ,. ,,?
well. to keep well, well, uiu Wm.
PKi;N1,Klrs 0ro.,ou p,i00(nrifier. for
that is surely :i well of gm.il health
Well, well I will take a bottle ninl
m 111 u:u it accuviiuig m iui'ciiill.
Vuitr iinujijhl .. U and r?r,n
nitJuU it io all his customers.
King of the Blood
Is not a "curr all," It is a Moed-punlK-raml
tonic. Impurity of the hlood iMdsons the svs.
tcm. dcranccs tlie rirrulnlinii. :uni iinw n..
Ilucii inaiiv dlstinleis. kiiiinu l. diiterept
t names to distinguish them acconliii:; lo cf-
iecii, uiu iHuiii; n-auy nniucnes or plia-i-s nf
that great Kcncrlc dUnnlcr, Impurity or
Blood. Such are l)uicithi, ftUliinuiir,
Hctr Q'Mplaint.CiiMlliiatiwi. .Ytrrii Ph
unlet. Jtoidaehc, Daehache, General M'rah
urx. Heart l)lcae.nnpu. Kidney Dli-rarc
Pile, Itlieumaliim, Catarrh, Sciiudf, Skin
Disorders, Pimple. Ulcer. Sicvlliwjs, tVc
it. King er the JSIeotl prevcnLs and'
cures these by attacking the cm.v. Impurity
ofthehlooil. ChcmiMsaml plij.siciansiipree
in calling It "lhe most genuine and emcient
preparation for the purpose." Sold by Dni"
(LsLsf 1 per bottle. See testimonials, dln'c
tions, &c. In pamphlet, "Treatise on Diseases
ot the Wood " vrapjd around each ivottte
D. RAJASOM. SON & Co., Props
ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS
r:n:v.Mi.s stkkrt. astoiha.
.rnilE L'NIi:i'SI('.NKI IS PLKASKl)
X nnnnimee to iliefriiMie that lieha
DEScttixxgr House ,
(Oyster, hot coekek tea, etc.
: Ladies and Gent's Oyster Saloon,
ivc tm a rail.
l.'DSt'OE IMXON. Proprietor
13. H. FKANKLTN,
Comer Ca-- and R'liirnioqhft streets,
ASTORIA. --. - OREGON
V 9 fVlOW KFTA'nF
Drossm StVL. 1 Tl g 9
llulu ninl Fancy
SEWING OP ALL KINDS!
Suu-j m:li in the best stjle from
?." tn S-'-o.
iMlR. GEO. HXLLEU.
Xe.t door to AVc.tott Ilouse.
TO THE L4D1E OF
-..,-,. ,.,..,..,.,. ...
I IAIl 1 LI'. bl I.I-. I.N
nit itial I b:it-
iiiiiimI my Unss-
Xet diM.r to Tiik Asthkian nfilee. I
thank the I:m1h tnr their liberal patronage.
31 S. A.
Wilson & Fisher,
!::.. i.r.ns in
Iron. Steel. Coal, Anchors, Chains,
TAR. PITCH. OAKUM.
J w,.n.c:IT AX rrr C!Al.YAv,zi?o
. A. Urn. 9
-.-... e,,,,.,.- t-s .....i itt.i.r
", f 0,,M p ,,,s m" ",,rrj'
Chplf orHuraro -Pa-te onH nil-,
beli Hardware JSPaints and Oils
! Rubber and Hemp Pacliiaq of all Kinds.
ri.en: ah iii.t. n:ri.
" --..... .... ii.......iuoui-ru.
G. A. STINSON & CO.,
At Capl. lingers old Maud, corner of Ciivi
ami Court Streets.
Ship ami ("aanery work. HorscNhoeliiR.
Wanoni made ami repaired. Cood work
SteBhans Varieties !
A I.IVKLY KXTKKTAIXMKXT
Il:e a now iwwlinj: allev. the laigo.st ami
1M in town. Admittance free.
AMOIJKKX r.l'II.T IIOUSK Ol? FIVK
rTt- Kooms. with Ijit Cf) by ISO feet, llav
u iiulow:. etc. I'or further Information anil
nee inquire of (. SHIVKLY.
Benton Street Improvement.
NOTICE U hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of Astoria
propose to order the improvement of
that iwrlion of JSenton Street from the
south side of Concoinlv street to the.
south side of Astor street in MeCIure's
Astoria, by planking the same through
the center twenty Tcet in width with
new and sound three inch plank, and
and unless a remonstrance, signed by
the owners of two thirds of the proper
ty fronting on said portion of said street
be filed with the Auditor and Clerk
within ten days from the final publica
tion of thisnotice, viz: August 17th, 18S2,
the Common Council will order said Im
provement to be made.
By order of the Common Council.
F. C. JNOURIS,
Auditor and Clerk.
pacific mutual life
A. McKINNlE, Manager.
For Oregon, Washington and Idaho Tarirltor!.
OFFICE-IKS FIRST STREET. rORTLA?iIr 0.
OH AS. IIOJ)UK,of Hodge. I):ivi& Co.
.1. a. MKunuKiuur., .. !ioicau i.ratimr'
ami llndiiijfs. .
C. A. DOI.ril. i if liolpli, l'.ron.iuKli, Uolidi i '
fol. J. MeCKAKK.V. or J.MeCraken SCo. I
I. C. llKNKirilSKN. of llrnrb-liseu & 2
rrr nlierc. .
Dr. (!. K. XOTTAOi:. M. l Kvaiutner and 1
I ' ,
S. ARNDT & FKRCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OKF.OOX.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
All kinds of
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT (IF LAFAYl-rrrK STHEKT.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
BKNTO.V Sl-ttl'.Kr, NlLVIPAItKEJt HiMHK,
AHTOKIA. - OKF.CON.
GENERAL WACHIHISTS AND
i ism .11 a mini mriTitno
I,4VII?1HKIH h ) U IV XI
Boiler Work, teamboat Work,
and Cannery Work a specialty.
Of al I leNerIiitIenN ninUo to Order I
at Short Xotire.
A. I). V'ahh. Froldenr.
J. . Hl'stlkk, Secretary.
I. W. Case, Treasurer.
John Fox, Superintendent.
WILLIAM ED GAB,
Corner Main and Chonamus Streets,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
JOSEPH RODGER8 9l SON
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GENUINE WOSTENHOLM
anl other Endi?h Cutlery.
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
Genuine Meershanm Pipes, etc,
A Que Htock of
Watehea aa4 Jewelry, Muzzle ami
Breeek LeadiBe Shot Cmh auil
IClfleH, KcvalverM, PIstolM.
tzU s liiLti oi. MARIiF.
ALSO A KINK
Aisortmentoflfino SITCTAC'LES ami KYK
THE DELINQUENT TAX P.OLL FOK
the year WSl.toielher with a warrant
from tho County Court for the collection of
tho same. U In my luinds. Delinquent tax
pavers will please ''ettlo at once and save
costs. A II. TWOMBLY,
M. s. liunREtL, of KnippBiitrelf ifrtts? .
V. NY. -SPAULDIXO. Pucker and CartL
AXUKEW P.OnERTgcpfjPiiirt ft Roberta.
JOHN CI'.lN". of John CraaSpo. "
C'.Al. Winery UooVd-rSMfMoriii. re:
JOS. I1Lt1:KHAKDl Bnrkhard$Spautfufiz.
J. K. (J ILL. of J.'lwOUlHfr Cofyflff9.
EKANK ZA NOV ICH. ot Zan JErotKs.
Kachoftbo above men has StQ,Wlaar-
anee In thLs Company.
nt a. CD
Oaf ?2 It 13
in C. HOLDER,
ArCTIONKEB,' COMMISSION AND
TK. J. C. RHAFTKK,
rHV8ICIA.N aaf SITBfiCf.
Ofllce over Conn's Drug Stw.
.F.LO F. P.IRKKB.
Onlce : Chenanuw street, Y. M. C. A. hall,
Koom Xo. 8.
T O. BOZORTM,
V. S. t'omiMlAileiir( SUar Pakli'c. -uetl
A.ont tor the Hambura.-BremtQElJ-o I&-Co.
of Hamburjr, Germany, and of tne Tjw
pUmV Life and Accident Iai. Co of Hart
WOfflcc in P thian Building. Kooms 11, 12.
Xjl I. WIXTON,
Attorney and Counselor at UUu.
KT-Oftire In Pythian BulldJng. Rooms 11, is.
JASTOBIA, - - - ORKOON.
JAY TUTTI03, M. .
PHYSICIAN AND SUBGKON,
OKKiCE-Over the vn&n Hotae Stan.
I kfjidkxck OverKlbersoa's Bakaxy.op
j poslto Burth & Myers' Saloon.
i li. IXLTOX. M. D
OFFICK-Over A. VAUca's grocery storft.
Itoomi, at tho Parker House.
ASTOK1A, .... OXfQCMI
Itooin.1 in Alleu'ri building up 8talW,Cme
of Caw and Sqemocqho streets.
I Q. A. BOWLBY. " '
ATl'OttNKY AT LAW.
Chemumw Street. - ASTORIA. OBEOO
( y T. BI'KXF.Y,
.ITTOWtXEX AT LAW.
May be found at tho Court House.
DoorH. Wiadews, Bliada, Traa
aaats, IiBkerf Ktc
All kinds of Oak Lumber, Glass. Boat Ma
Turning: and Bracket Wric
Steam Still near Weston hotel. Cor. Oaa
evlve and Astor streets
Most Complete Stick in Astoria
FriiitiBeth Fo-relsaaaA atascaUa
Wines and Liquors
Of Superior Brand.
FOSTER'S CORNER, 0 11 AN DOCK
WILLIAM WIGGINS HAS DEFgAUD
cd we and others In this city.' byTear
ing ns without nolico and withal payinif
what he owes us. All persons baYiag "busi
ness with him should be on their vtaft:
. I. J. ARYOLD.