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Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning. August 12, 1882
EGYPT IN AUGUST
"Egypt is as deadly in August
as India in June,' say old travel
ers; and this sinster reputation is
only too well deserved. The same
distempers which almost destroyed
the army of Louis IX of France
at Damietta in the thirteenth cen
tury decimated the tioops of Bona
parte and those of his successors,
Kleber and Menou, at Alexandria
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deed, those who have been in lower
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r-rypt during tlie healthy season
may well wonder, not that so maty
should succumb to the climate, but
that any one should escape. The
dreadful "khamsin," or hot wind,
which the strongest man cannot
face without instantly feeling his
muscles unstrung, his skin parched
and feverish, and his whole body
limp and nerveless as a wet nig, is
of itself a sufficient agent of evil.
The fevers engendered by the ma- j
laria of the Nile delta are as viru
lent as even those of European
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few or far between. A less fatal
but equally formidable enemy to
an invading army is the terrible
"Egyptian ophthalmia,' which, al
though often brought on by the
unclean habits of the natives, is at
times generated in another and
very singular fashion. A small
green fly persistently settles on the
diseased eyelid, and, when driven
off, carries the infection along with
it wherever it alights. So common
is this disease among the Arabs
that Mehemit AH is said to have
formed two batallions of one-eyed
men, the one wanting the right eye
the other the left. In 179S this
complaint made great ravages in
the army of Bonaparte, one of
whose best officers becoming blind
in the desert, was forced to cling
to the tail of a comrade's horse in
order to make his way back to
camp. Tt is a common saying in
Alexandria that "an Egyptian Arab
with two eyes is as rare as a snow
ball in June." Ncio York Time..
The Folly of Persecution.
Consul Stanley, at Odessa, gives
a gloomy picture of the state of
affairs in Southern Russia during
the present year, and points out
how the troubles of the people
have been aggravated by the
persecution of their Jewish fellow
citizens. The year, he observes,
commenced most inauspiciously.
The failure of the crops of 3S80
had driven up rye, the staple arti
cle of food of the people, to famine
prices. Then came the assassina
liou of the. Emperor Alexander II.
For the whole month the entire
country was appalled, and was
only just recovering from the shock
and under the influence of warm
summer weather gaining some
courage, when the antiewish
riots broke out. This put a com
ple stop to business, and the pas
senger traffic of the Russian Steam
Navigation company, between
Odessa, Nicolaieff, Kherson and
the Dneiper, and also of the South
Russian railways, fell lnver than it
had done in any previous year.
The Kachovka May Fair was a
complete failure, as half of the
Jews, who do nearly all the trad
ing, abstained from appearing, and
half the xemainder hurried back
their goods before the Fair opened.
At this time (Mr. Stanley tells us)
barges were lured and moored off
the shore, and household effects
and valuable goods placed on
board, to be safe incase of a riot
those Jews who had Christian
friends bring to them for safe
keeping their jewelry and docu
ments. JLondon Ncics.
2fewrich blood obtained by using
UKEGOX BLOOD PURIFIER.
A Pressing Need.
emigrants are now on j
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their way to Oregon, and a great t western end of the load shall
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number are nlreauv Iiere. i"CyirCach Missoula, and the eastern
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are looking lor farms. 1 lie poorer
ones cro to eastern ( )regon and
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eastern Washington IcrritO,!
where they can settle on govern- j bu,it. It will be cmnnletoil, if no
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ment lands or purchase railroad mishap occurs, by Octooer, 1S,
lr.l ..f nlm.,., ...tnc .,,,,1 rm Irmrr! i '
lands at cheat) nxtes niiti on iourir irtii;t-
'ttnn 'V,r.n whn 1iivr- mniiov '
.line. llioe who ll.tr moilC V ,
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because of its elitnatic stiperiontv,
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but because thev want to live m a
settled country and onjoy the con
sequent advantages of society
schools and churches. The. great
complaint of all of them is our
I roads, or as one of them truly re
marked to us, the absence of roads
entirely. "SViil the farmers of Ore
gon insist that their icpresentatives j
on insist that their icpresentatives i
ive us. a law that will do us some j
ooil? Let the legislature enact, j
for instance, that the supervisors
be elected: that road districts
should be smaller; that road taxes
be cut down to one dollar or one
Jollslr "" ll 1,:f Per S lhilt a
road taxes be paid in money, or, if
this change, is not advisable, let
each county elect a road commis
sioner, whose duty it shall be to su
pervise the construction of perma
nent trunk roads, in every county,
the contracts for the same to be
let to the lowest bidder by the
county court. This would also
necessitate the collection of road
taxes in money. lie could ap
point deputies to work gangs of
hands in different parts of the
county on the roads not being re
built. The gangs would travel the
roads, taking team, wagon, camp
ing outfit, etc., as done in British
Columbia, where the climate is
similar to that of our own, and
which poverty-stricken province
has the best roads in the world.
y this means a certain number of
miles according to the moncj'
available of permanent read
every 'ear could be built on each
trunk road leading from the county
seat, the balance being used to
keep the remainder in repair until
the county court shall build the
j roads, assessing the property con
tiguous, the same as is done in our
cities. If these plans won't do,
let some one propose others, but
by all means let us have some
ohangc, a; no law can be worse
than the present.
It is stated, says the Bulletin,
that nine Chinese passengers
boundjto Victoria on the Dakota,
obtained certificates from the cus
tom house entitling them to return.
This probably means that theyi
obtained certificates which will
dispose of the nine other Chinese
at that place who wish to enter the
United states. It is now quite
evident that after the -ith of
August, when j"tho exclusion for
ten years commences, the coolie
trade will be diverted to Victoria.
The Chinese in that place are now
said to equal in number the whites.
The intention is to make of that
place the Zanzibar, so far as the
United States is concerned, of the
slave trade. These nine certifi
cates may be an entering wedge.
They may grow to thousands by
and by. On the same day forty
Chinamen sailed on the Zelandia
for Australia, who also provided
themselves with certificates from
the custom house entitling them
to return. In several of the Colo
nies the Chinese are excluded; in
others a capitation tax of $f0 is
imposed. But there are one or
two places where they can land.
The certificates for Australia were
probably taken out with much the
same idea as those for Victoria
namely, as a merchantable com
modity. Some of them however,
are said to have been issued to the
It is the intention of the North-
ern pacific. management that the
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enj Bo.eman, bv the close of the
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nrfisent. venr. This will lnave but
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l,ltft niore t,an 00 miles to be
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!. t-n nn il fruit in tlmt ort-
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30 every year by dt-cay. Such
ovements will do much toward ;
veloniti"- that territory :ind en-
.etopm uiat u rruoi .um in
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tioii every year
s-rtn rn vt fir flisi rrrAwiiirr rY Ifinr f.r
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our own use instead of sending to
I the Atlantic states for it.
A party of 02 Roumanians, :tc-
L.OM1panieii bv an interpreter, land-j
eti Ilt (Jastle Garden ami wilt set-
tie in Minnesota. They brought
along nine black bears, a number
of monkeys, and a curious collec
tion of parrots, all of which they
will find of immense use to them
in establishing homes in the west.
Thomas Silver, who is descri bed
as 4a well known scientist," wants
the state of California to under
take the experiment of producing
rain by artificial means, and sug
gests that electricity might be
properly employed for the purpose,
lie does not suggest how the
state is to determine when, where,
and in what quantity rain is to fall.
Should that question be left to the
popular vote, the state will never
be called upon to aid the experi
ment. There never was a such a coin
as a "bit" in the United States.
The Spanish coins formerly circu
lated freely in the south, and one
of them, of the value of twelve and
a half cents, was generally known
as a "bit." This custom spread
throughout the west, and forty
years ago this coin, if the pillars
on the face of it were fresh and
unworn,, was called a "long bit,"
but if worn smooth it was called a
"short bit," and was worth but ten
cents. The American dimes also
I came to be called "short bits."
To those who sold "short," and
went in on Comstock mining stocks
in '7o and '7G, the present .stock
list and its prices have a melan
choly interest. .Mines that were j
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listed at hundreds of dollars per i
i i .i o v
share are no longer quoted. Cab-
fornia, which once sold for $G23 a
shate is quoted at thitty-Iive cents.
. I Overmanf which broke the backs
of a whole community in going
from $05 to ?H2, is selling delin
quent at thirty cents, and Ophir,
the fanciest stock of all, that has
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who bought ami held, is now llat
at 2 4-j. Sic transit gloria minus!
The Association of collegiate
Alumna has discovered that the
physical status of educated Amer
ican women is "painfully low,"
and calls upon colleges for women
to remedy the evil by insisting on
sufficient exercise and regular hab
its. Some of the causes the asso
ciation enumerates are: Social dis
sipation and excitement that is
neither recreation nor amusement:
habitual loss of sleep; irrcgulatity
and haste in eating; devouring
candy and omitting breakfast;
tight, heavy and insufficient cloth
ing; too little instruction in the
laws of hygiene and physiology.
A. Varied Performance.
Many wonder how Parker's Ginger
Tonic can perform such varied cures,
thinking it essence of ginjtcr, when in
fact it is made from many valuable
medicines which act boneucially on
every .diseased organ.
Husband! Bring your poor suffer
ing wife a bottle of Pfunder's Oregon
a tnut cannerv started east 01 tnc vi:i:mifh;k between four of mvehil-
mountains to prevent the ls ofol.l' ffiS A i
wj-vts: Aaoutnino years aso 1 iiau.i cuilil
jiv. 3 ears old and almondeau. The doctor I
had nttcnuins hcrconld not tell urbat ailed
iter. 1 aked him if ho did not think it ua-
worm, lie said no. However, this did not
: vts: About nino years asi I had .1 child
lvurm. iicsaiu u- nuvecr, mis um iioi
satisfy me. a-1 felt convinced in my own ,
mind that she had. I obtained 11 buttle of 1
inc. ;. Hplaxe-vk cf.IiKBRa.tkj
VKRMIFl'ta: (genuine . I cave her a 1
teaseoonful in the inornins and another at i
,,av0 never boon without it in my family.
The health of my children remained u good'
that 1 had neclcctcl watching tkeir action- I
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lliiill ilUUUI IU1VI1 II tVA' 4tp.V. llUbil II1U Vt
them presented the same sickly arpearar.ee
that Knnny did nine years aso. .o I tho.isht
jt mun )J0 WOnu.and went to work at once I
with n in.lt o of IK. '. MfliA.Vh'S.i
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(ini! I tt tnrt lAiititont nil ! I lntr I'htirlui
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now have the worms on ehibitirn in mv-iirc.
Voiik truly, -H.MIN IMI'CIS.
The genuine IFK. '. .W-S.AXK-S VKK
Miri'K is mamifactnml only by
Neming Bros., Pittsburgh. ra.,
and bears tbci Fisnatiire. ofC. lofaiio and
i-'lenHii "ro- It L neit-r made in St. i
JBoureyoaBeit7iieBenuine. l'i ice .-. .-ent-
In the Whole HiNtorj of MiMlicinc
Xo preparation ha eer peifori.HMl
such marvelous cures, or inaintaiiinl m
wide a reputation, as Avi:i:"s Ciiki:i:v i
Fr.CTOKAi.. which is recofjui.i'il as the i
world's remedy for all diMa-.e.s nf the j
throat ami lunps. Its lon-vontimiiMl I
series of wonderful cmc in all climates
has made it universally known a-, a safe
and reliable asent to employ. Against '
ordinary colds, which are the forerun- j
speedily ami surely, always rrhVum; j
MiffcrinK, and often bavin,' life. The I
tiers i more .serious uitorucr, u act
protection it aiforils, by its timely ue in
throat and ?hct disorders, makes it an
invaluable remedy to be kept alvas on .
hand in every home. Xo ppr-son ean .
aHbrdtobe without it, ami Hiom' wlm
have onee used it never will. From
their knowledge of its composition ami
effect?, physicians use the. Ciikkkv
Pectoral extensively in their practice, ;
anil clergymen recommend it. It is
absolutely certain in its remedial effects. ;
and will always cure where cures are
rei: .sale r.v all dealei:-.
The. Count Cinchon was the bpanish '
Viceroy m Peru in 1(J30. The Counties, ,
his wile, was prostrated by an intermit
tent fever, ft om which she was freed by
the use of Ihe native remedy. Ihe Peru-'
vianbark. or. as it was called in the
language ol the country, "Quinquina.'
Grateful for her recovery, on her return
to .huropc in iu. sue introduced lite
remedy in Spain, where it was known
under various Halm's, until Liuna-us
calletl it Cinchona, in honor of the lady j
who had brought them that which was
more precious than the gold or the Incas.
To this day, after a lape of two hun-
dred and hfly years, .science has given ,
us nothing to take its place. It effeetu-
ally cures a morbid aptietite for sttiuu-
lanLs. by restoring the natural tone or
the stomach. It attacks excessive love
of liquor as it does a fever, and destroys '
both alike. The powerful toilie irtiiet
of the Cinchona is preserved in the'
Peruvian liitters, which are as effective j
againt malarial fever to-day as they i
were in the days of the old Spanish ;
Viceroys. We guarantee the ingredi-
ents of thee bitters to be absolutely
pure, and of the best known qualiiv.
A trial will satisfy' you that this is tlie
best bitter in the world. "The proof nf
the maiding is in the eating.' and we
willingly abide this test. For sale by
all druggists, groeeis and liquor dealers.
Ordt r it. Loch A: Co-agents for AMoria.
. ...,,, pnIll nr ,, . llPi.t llMll(1 . ,
stopneil. .Neglect frequently result m
an incurable lung disease or tonsuniiv-
tion. iJrown's Uronchial troches lo not ,
disorder the Mnmach like cough yrups
and halsauis hut aet.d.reclly on the in-
"ained parts allajtng nritatioii. give
relief in athma. bionchitis. coughs.
catarrli, and the throat troubles which
singers and public .speakers are suliject
to. For thirty years Jlrown's brouehia!
troches have been recoiitmeitiied bv
physicians, ami always gie petfivt
satisfaction. Having been UMnl !
wide and coiwont usi' for nearly an en-
tire generation, they have attained well-
remedies of the age. S.il.l at iM-eni
"SL". 'V"1".""- 'l, MSI,U
ShilohV Vitalier is what von need
for Conciliation. i.oss of Appetite. Di.-
ziness and all vmptom of sptiiia.
Price 10 and 75 cents per Iw.lile! Sold
by W.E. Dement.
That Hacking Cough can be mi
quickly cured by Saitoh's Cure. We
guarantee it. .Sold by V. I. Dement.
King of the Blood i
Is llOt a CllV fl."il i.lblonil-mmli..r-mit .
tonic. Iiiiiurity of the blood Kiioitsilipss- '
tern, derange the circulation, ami thus In- !
duces many disorders, known liv difiercut '
names to distinguish thent nceiiriiing to ef
fects, but being really brandies or phases nr .
that great generic dUonlcr, Impurity ot
Blond. Such are J)ipiwfrr, i:uiwuw,
Lircr Complaint. Onitlijtallmi. Xcrrou 7x
iirilar. Headache, Backache, General Weal;- i
cw. Heart Dliaxe. Drnpu. Kiilncu Dhca-f I
Pi7o, Rhcumatlitm, Catairh, Scrofula, SUn
Dlmrilcr, Pimple. Ulcer. Siccllinu, At. .
tc. King; or flic Blood prevents ami !
tura i"ce iiy anacKing me cauc. Jinuuritv
'i mi muwi. i.iii;iiiiM:iuiii invMfiaiis asree
In calling it "the hum genuine ami efficient
preparation for the punoe." Sold bv Drif
pists, 1 per bottle. See tetillloniaLs. direc
tloas, &e.,ln pamphlet. Treatise on Diseases
ot th Itlood," wrapjjed around each little.
D. ICAXSOM. SOX & Co..rnnn
Buffalo, S. Y.
ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS
MKVAV.rs sriri'irr. astorla.
Inn: t'NiKi:stJXi:i is "leasew to
. aiiiioinifi' to tl),!iiiM''th:tt lielia oji-
And ftiniih ill liiM lasMli-
HOT COFKKK T1LV. ETC.
l-huics ami uenis uyMur aaiuuii,
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i:o.si-ok mxax. rmpmMor
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SL B. FKAP
Comer Cass ami Sqtienwqlip streets,
ASTOKfA. ... - ORKfiON
'V LllJJVJW OIliVLFIli
U ND E UTA lvK US GOODS.
"Par osgxxi.tl3S i Ti y ,
Plain ami Fancy
SEWING OF LL KINDS!
Sails made in the best stle from
$. to S.iO.
j Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Next door t Weston Houv.
Wilson & Fisiier,
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Iron, Steel. Coal, Anchors, bhains,
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
wwh-ciit wn rrr ruviviyrn
" ,' (,"J N Jl LS' AIL,
S X SS El SR
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&aI-. Pier nlls mid Itiurs.
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Shelf Hardware, jPamts and Oils
Rubber and Hemp Packinq of all Kinds.
Ff.oi'K A:"I 1IIF.T. Fi:il. '
Ajrenis fur Salem Flouring JiilN.
t orneri iieiiainu.sauii Hamilton M reels
John Rogers, Centra! Market,
ll.l- ill II t I'll ,1 I.Uf lilt DILI-1
liAliRKLS A N'l) HALT? P.AltliK
I las rcc ci eil a large in oiee of
r the hest (inallty.
, AlllI slMIW rC:lllv to su,,,,. Butchers Car,
m-rit an.l all others, eheaji lor ea,Ii.
j-j- r , - m
" i Jl V ( )fl I Q x Kil'OW
l ltb.) 3 -,l,t'rti 0 "M '
lima 0rl Pomoiit inrf Qrf
-iiho, uiibn, wbiii&iii aim wuiiu
Wooit Stlivireil to Order.
untying, Teaming and Express Business.
u n w
Horses ana Carriages for Hire.
'WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
v.. f. sti:vi:'s. c. s. 1:1:1 vx
Wlicn joti will liud all Iho standard works
of tlie day, ami a constantly changing
Mock of iiowltics and lanej
articles : we keep the
lies! assortment ir
Steroscopes, Mu- '
Sheet Music, Bijou
terie, & Celluloid
Goods, etc., etc.
- 15 F. STF.VKXS & CO.
NKITHKK Till'. CAPTAIN NOK THE
Consignees of the llntish bark .lames (;,
llain will be rc.siiousiblev.for any debts that
mav be contracted ly the crew.
C. Iv. MOCKLER. Masler.
Astoria, Oregon, Aujjust T, 1882. dtd
PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE WM,
A. MeKlNNlE, Manager. .
For Oregon, Washington and Idaho TerritoriM
OFFI'i:lKS FII5ST STREKT. rOItlXAXD, OR.
CHAS. HOlWIK.or Ho,l. HaisSCo. .M.S. nURRELL.of KMppawfelMSCo.
.l.VlKSTKK!..,:iNhltfrPii'.t National Bank. W. W. SPAULDIXU, Packer aad CarO
.1. A. STUON'lliniXiK, Wiioitnlt Leather Dealer.
ami nnuin". ; AXDKKW EOP.KUTS. ot Fwliel & P.otKT.
;. A. DOJ.Pfi. of Polih, P.rn:inh. Nolpn A- JOHN CllXS.alStiEnCtsaCtiiX).
Simon. u. M. Wlbenr. Boots and Hnoes.
Col. J.MKMtAKl'.N.or J. Mi-C'rakeit &f. ..IOS. rTrrtTTf 1TTf TnirTrTHfiTirlwMlfilln
1 V. HKNl:iClfsi:.. i.r lirnririiieii .-i j. K.illLL.of J.K.ilUl.&Cotatlaneri.
Ureenboiy. . I'lCANK ZAXOVWIfors-BftaMts.
Dr. . K. NDTTAitC. .M. D.. Kxainineraiulj Kacbortae above men has SJO,90Ouww-
Phs!riaii. ance in this Company. "'.
S. ARNDT & FERCflEN,
ASTORIA. - OKKfiOX.
The Pioneer Machine Shop;
IJIACKSMITH .dfiaiSSl&R j
Sti n xmtssmt
JUL VJ JT c fLlHBSWK
All kinds of
LAI UrUS JJi, OAJJI a JUL X ,
3 P f
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a specialty mane or repairing
, . mj'.rnTiTT -t--i-i
vmvr i.' ium viTPi? crnfLT
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
P.KNTON SrnKKT(.XKA!:I I'AKKKt: IIOUHK,
ASTORIA. - ORIiOOX.
JAY TUTTIiF., M. .
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND! jaj.
Dflll CD MAVCDQ REsiDKrK OverElberson's Bakery, op-
DUILtn 1ALflO. positeKarth&Mven' Saloon. -
. 4 is. Kri.TOV. m. . l
LjINDcMARINB BN6IKBS ' J??ZZZ, -.
. Rooms, at the Parker House.
Boiler Work, Steamboat Work, p mcics
and Cannery Work a specialty. dentist,
OASTINQS. !Asn,KIA- -"-U-l " 0ttKG
RiHinit in Allen's buUdloff up sfotn, comer
or nil IteHeriptlonM maile to Order ' of Cass and Siemoeqhe street".
at Short Xotiee. '
A. I). "Wass, President.
.1. ( J. IlL'STt.Ki:, Secretary
I. W. Cask. Treasurer.
Imix To.v. Superintendent.
Corner Jlain and Clienamu'Jbtroetg,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.;
JOSEPH RODCERS A SON
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY!
AND THE GENUINE W0STENH0LM
and other English Cutlery.
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
Genuine Meershaum Pipes, etc,
A fine stock of
lVatchen mnd Jewelry. .IliutyJe ruil ,
Breeek Xieadins Nbot unN nnd '
It I ft cm, Kevolver. Pistols,
ALSO A KI.VKl
rvS.orifinc "r-Ks -k.
fllHE DELINQUENT TAN
r ViP i,ear .188A losettier with a warrant
fhnUhC?"yJ ?,?WJor Vl, collection of
tlii-no- 19QI r ...:: -I"-'':
&haJ!l. S2W& i?M
liayerswill please settln nt.onco nnd saie
. A. .M. TWOMBLY,
aH 5 rn
c gw s?
Aftn'IOXEKl:. COMSU5SIOX AXI
TK- C- HAFTFJi,
Ofllcc over Coun's Drug Store.
Q.KI.O V. PARKFJS.
; 0,nce : .Cbennmu street. Y. U. C. A. hall.
Room Xo. s.
I'. S. I'oiniuLtHleHer, Xtary FaMJc, a4
' iBsamHce Agtmt.
Aent !or lhe Hambuus-Bremen Fire Ins.Co.
iiainDttrs. t'ermany.ana or, ine xrar
conn and Accidcnt Ins' co-of llart'
I Onice iu l'j thian Bulldhiff. Kootna U, 12.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
rH-Onlcuin l'ythian BiiiMinff. Roonwll, 12.
ASTORfA, ... - OREQON.
1 Q. A. BOWLBY.
ATTORNEY AT LA1V.
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May be found at tho Court House.
C II. HA" CO.,
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BOm8 tHmber, Kte.
All kinds of Oak Lumber. Glass,Bot Ha -
Turning and Bracket Work
Steam Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. 0
evive and Astor streets.
Most Complete Stock in Astoria
Frnit Hot It Forties and ftamcfttie
Wines and Liquors
0f s,,Per5or Brand.
FOSTER'S TORNER. O A-N ltOTY
,idV been levied nav
fron.date at the office
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GH'EX THAT AX
assessment of flfty percent, oalbe cant
.,,.. tal stock of the Odd Fellows Land aBdBo3l-
iy oraer or tne ijoara oi Dlrectots.
kt A.J.JL1GLER, Secretary.
Astoria, August 2, 1882 td