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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 16, 1882)
Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning. August 16, 1882.
WHY PEOPIiE CHANGE THEIR
Some for the Sake of Business.
Others to Coincide with the Eng
lish Language, and Children
Whose Mothers are Di
vorced. I'lcrk Jams, of the court of
common pleas, said on Tuesday
in answer to a question of a "World
icperter: "Main- persons come to
our court every year to have their
names changed. They have to file
nflidavils giving the ieaoiis for
making the applications, and if the
reasons are good ones, affecting the
social, leligious or business rela
tions of the petitioner, the judges
issue a mandate giving sanction to
the change. The legislature also
has that power, but few persons
ever apply to that 'body on ac
count of the publicity."
"Some of the reasons given for
desiiinjj a change must be euri
nusV' suggested the leporter.
"Well, 1 should say so." said
.Mr. Jarvis, turning to a record.
"HereV Kavy Mouskoy who
changed his name the other day to
Kavy Rosnuslcy. He is one of
those pcdlcrs of knick-knacks who
visit the towns of Ling Island and
Stolen Island. Listen to what he
says in his prayer to the ceurt:
The boys in the places 1 visit, per
ceiving my name on my wagon
write in chalk thereunder the
word "monkey,1' and others en
deavoring to ridicule me call me
"monkey.1' have acquired con
siderable money and contemplate
marriage. The continuance of the
name of Mouskey is prejudicial to
the social standing of your peti
tioner and subjects him to ridi
The reporter looked over the
record book and found many other
lemarkable reasons for changing
names advanced by residents ol
this city of late. Mr. David Feig
enbaum was made Mr. David
Welch on May 3d. His father,
who died, was a Jew, while his
mother, who was living, is a Chris
tian. The son was baptized as an
Episcopalian. He preferred the
maiden name of his mother to the
name of his father.
When Lewis and Maria Levy
came, to New York in 1SGS they
were told they could not get along
under the name of Levy, and as a
matter of business they adopted
the name of Lewis instead. They
now ask that official permission be
given them and their children to
be called Lewis instead of Levy.
Edmund Morganstcrn will here
after be known as Edmund Stern
Morgan. Ho claimed in his affi
davit that Morganstern was a. Jew
ish name and that all of his family
bearing that name are Jews and
believe in the Jewish faith, but
that he, though born a Jew, has
since his arrival at ycais of dis
cretion wholly repudiated the Jew
ish faith, lie is not a believer in
its creeds and never associates with
Jews. The petition closes with a
paragraph declaring that his busi
ness success depends on his name
being Edmund Stern Morgan in
stead of Edmund Morganstcin, as
his customers are believers in
Wm. Wemyss Wells takes the
name of "Wn.Wemyss "Warren. lie
was born in 1SG0 in this city and
his mother died two years after
wards. Mrs. Georgiana Warren
assumed charge of the half-orphan
child and took a motherly interest
in his bringing up. He has alwavs
called Mrs. Warren mother, and
only a few personal friends knew
that he was not her son. His
father has not seen him in fifteen
years. Here is another queer
father. Miss My ra Clarke became
Miss Myra Clarke Van Tassel!.
Her father deserted her while a
child and the familv of Mr. Wm.
Van Tassell adopted and educated i
ner. i ne young iay s miner is.
living, but he has not contributed
to her support in fourteen years.
lohii Mathews, broker, of No.'
2TrKt Vmntml, trn..i. t:ikos!co,"ltry already vcll supplied
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the middle name of Jay. He did
not like plain John Mathews, be-
cause he ls other liooitlc's letters,
uma hi. Ru.s mini )LujntMu.i.,
and his letters o-o a.strav.
When (leo. Kirclihoff. jr., was!
five voarsofafro his njilcnts moved :
to Scranton, Pa., wliere they now
reside, leaving him with a family
named Geo. Uieit. an undertaker.
, x. .n i...i, .r ., Ti.. lw ..
at Ao. ,.) rorsvtli street. 1 lie noy
. , ,. ., -,.;'
h(r:llll(' tllllU II !! I H'O. lrill. II
and uses .hat nam,. !n wrltin!, of miles is xlO,000,000; the .
to his parents he signed himseifi"" wil1 1V00,000 i-'XKcS,:;
, .. ,. " . , bonds and the same amount of i " iiinnufneturcji by Fiemiiis j:r-..
by that name. 1 he court allowed . Jim w'o.i Mrppt. I'ltHimnih, ia. :in
, . . , . . ,- i
him to be known as deo. Kirch-:
Xoah Green married Mine. Fe-
licie, a modiste. She retained the j
name of Felieic. This caused
gossip and Mr. Green asked to
become Xoah Green Felieie and
now tongues are hushed and he
takes his wife's name instead of
she taking hi.s. Leopold Jaros-j"s"1sc"p,, first ami the public
lawskiand family concluded that .afterwairt. When the subscrip
their name was a jawbreaker, so; lio ,,ooks :ire casl "P il is ftmnd
they chopped off the Lawski. For i ll,at "we" h:ive tukcn a" the bomls
the same reason Emil and Edward j whh lhft stock l,onus- sW' then
Lashauskey are now E. I), and E. conclude that "we" don't want the
L.Lambert. ' bonds, so "we' float them at a
John C. O'Connor, jr., after' price as much above cost as pos
marriage, did away with the O insible, leaving the voting power
his name. The Judge decided he : which controls, the. load, clear
could be John C. Connor, jr. (profit. In the meantime, an agent
Carl Alexander Todtenhaupt is; is sent out along the proposed
a sailor, lie admitted in his pe-' route to solicit subscriptions ftom
tition that it was a bad name to the counties, cities, towns and
own. Superior ollicers in giving: individuals. Should a town or
orders would stutter over it. They 1 city refuse to "come down,5 a
could not call him Carl because
there were generally too many
Carls in the crew. Carl Todten -
haupt was an injury to hi.s calling.
Charles Brown is the substitute
Km a Sinotte changed his name
to Ezra Sinotte de l.oiselle. The
latter is claimed to In the oiijri
nal Canadian name nf his father's!
Somehow or another
"de r.oisclhV was loM in New ,
who adopted the maiden names ffirstj oOOO, or the enti.e
their mothers as tlu; result ol li-:capUai st0rk of !ht. roII,lanv, ,,ie
vorce cases. iv. Jr. World. if . . , , ...
subscription gathered on the line
Sensational Report from Russia. ,,f the road and the difference be-
A special hat the following j twen the ground floor cost of the
dated London, Aug. Olh: It is i bonds and the price at which the
admitted in political circles that) public is pleased to take them,
Russia is making extensive war! which is generaally at about par.
preparations. Troops have been ! ,.,. . v r .
, -it . , , .. I v inciunati gets up, ami goes and
hurried down toward the Can-, ... f .. i ;. .
miwis. whnr. il ic -liil lAfi ilflfl '
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mrn nri imu- orniim witli ollj
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thlir Ctnrosnnn minnlinni.' nl .....,
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phorus, should the opportunity1
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offer, ft is said that the delay in!
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Lngland in not forwarding her
army to Agypt lias boen caused by
i i y o j
a knowledge of these facts, and
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the calling out of hnglish reserves
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and the acceptance of the services
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of some of the volunteer artillery
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arc due to that knowledge. The
iiiw.TMi.it crorn rt -..a ..s....i. i...i.i
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any change would be for the bet
ter. Not only is the great bulk of
the people discontented, but among
the upper class there is consider
able hostility to the present Czar
Under these circumstances the
Emperor turns toward foreign
affairs with the expectation that a
war witli England, which would
be very popular, would unite all the
Rtissian classes against the com
mon enemy. The only obstacle to
war is the attitude of Germany.
Count Bismarck is said to give his
unswerving support to Gladstone's
eastern policy, and in .the event of
a general European war, Germany!
would be supported both by
Austria and Italy.
bottle of hhilnu's Catarrh. Remedy
Price 50 cent Sold by W, E. Dement.
Railroad Building-The Oldand New
TJie Cincinnati Gazette devotes
' considerable space to the futility
, of building a new road through a
,,,p, ,, .-i"
The old way ol taking a given
" of atock and paying one
nunu,C(1 CPUls ftn l,,e "oI,ar ,or u
and t"e" 1)0n,1,nS t,,e property for
i . i. .! i .... . i i..-
aiiuiiL oiu-iiiiu oi ii.x cahii viuut: i
iJo.trwl .tit M'li iirt. wMi- in,c '
Dinved out. l he new vav nans
nnr" l.rtttnt- nltlin.nrli nvi- lio n
out Jettei,aitiioiign it ma ne a
liit In Kit r(T ..filnr ivlinn fniiiiMinfl
little lit oil color ulieu comp.iied
with lipoid inv nmin;o tint
Willi llie oiu wi. . uppnsi. inai
t"' lowest estimate for construct-
ting and equipping a given num-
? I I I O
stock, making the bond and stock;
. . ' . ... !
"e,:)L -J,o00,0u0. Ihcu it is
agreed that every pm chaser of a
1,on(1 5l,a11 ,,:ivti a like aiont of
stock free, as a bonus, as it were.'
Then it is agreed that they will
sell the bonds at eighty cents on
the dollar.. Subsequently it is
agreed that ;:ve" have the right to
'surveying party is sent out and a
. line run near enough lo the place
, to convince the inhabitants that if
a rival town should be started on
the road within a mile or o of
i them their bunr would be ruined.
j A wo!l (o the wiH1 -IS gIMIPR1v
!cnii::mi, .,.i ,i,.k .,CcrtJciort.. ;-
! agreed to. These subscriptions
are clear iniin to the rompanv.
T,al u.as the wav a lonir thneairo.
1)Ut lhev know lWr n"OWm Tms
i it will be ftonn that the profit to a
isvndicate on :i ten million road arc
I niiui- iui iiiiui, iiiiitn it, .Lint neiiua
her boats after
it. They get it
and take it to her.
sits still and waits for mil roads to
bring it to her, and, while Cinci-
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natti is getting awav with all he
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can liandle on steamboats, Lotus.
-,, , , ., , . n. ,
villc brushes the dust ofl her
Ui nnn i . . i i
i ?i000 breasti)in, sits down on her
, . , , , - . , , .,
j velvet-cushioned chair to hide the
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- hole in the bay window ol her
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i breeches, and with an aristocratic
- k!AX- .. , ., ,
air savs: w e must build more
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ll. 1llW. Illi illH. lll IIUII
tiiiw' is at stake, sail!" Oh, we're
poor, but we're proud! f)nhr.Ule
The following order will be ob
served in closing the star-route
L',. :c tn ap fr il.n
Kerr is to open lor t He
government; he will be follewed:
by two replies from the defense;!
j i ' j
Bliss will then deliver his address,
jto w,ucn l" defense will be al-
lowed three replies. The attorney
general or Merrick will speak next,
followed by three replies from the
other side and then the attorney
general or .Merrick will close the
.A. Varied Performance.
Many wonder how Parker's Ginger
Tonic can perform such varied cures,
thinking it essence of ginger, when in
fact it is made from ninny valuahlo
medicines which net heueGcislly on
every diseased organ. ,
SY&PTQWS OF WORMS.
lln -.-un:rtin. )'.' In ale and leaden-rol-irvl.
. illi iMoiinl HiwIip- 01 a eli
c:m ri5wl ): on one or hotli ehecks;
the eve- lw -iiinr dull; :he pupil. dilate;
an azure iineirele run-. -iSi-siu 1 li lower
e-lid: the Jinv i- irritated, -weIK and
sometimes l!tssK;:i .-welling il the iipm-r
lip: ihniinioiihi iie.ii.neiie. Willi liiiitimiiii;
eimiN-wiih a snawiuc .Ms-aloi. of the
JMln. in'IP ,,..;,; .u.-tioii..i nau-Pi
lip: H-iiisioii:il lie.iitiiehe. witli liiimmuu;
u. j,ionieti: iw.weU Irregular, at tinier
to-llo; Mtots liin. not uiifrfiUeiitly
.........i -;t. i,uui.iiK-,v..i,... ...wn,..,r.
aim i!iiiin. nufiu ii;uii iiinii"iiiiii-
" ,1,r,,,fl ;,NiiInUioiioei'si-loii:!ll ililli-
,.,, s,R,,.lc,N,n,,MUjMniyhi.ol,h. ,,,
M.iiirUiiicdryiiiid eonVUlive:mie:l.. nn:l
s l""r Min.ilde, but generally irritable.
wiieiuver llio nlove wiiuitour. are
I',,u,, l" ev,s,
tti . ytt, ivpnj 'Tpuiriwi'
'J. ! i ,-, '
11 ..rt.iiiiU- niV.rf-f i .nr..
tuirl:. t is full of ounterfrit. Yon win
!.- :i.:ht if it has the signature i riiia
intr ItniN. ami C. .Mel.ane.
If your Morekceter doe not Irr.e ine
"Ciitiine. pleaM report to u.
Semi us a three cent stamp for I hami
ionic mi! (rl Mutuants.
FLK.MIX.' BROS., lHlslnirgIi. fa. i
A. M. JOHNSON,
AX 1 1
Groceries, Provisions, Cheese,
BUTTER, ECCS, ETC.
OAN.N'KI) cnriDS OF AI.li KINDS.
Blocks, Hemp and Manilla
Salmon Net Twines,
Drilling, Jib Kanks,
Clew Irons, Thimbles, Mast
All-! all oilier tliintis iireileil to lit out eM-K
of nil kinds.
NEXT DOOi: TO PYTHIAN II A LI..
If " CELEBRATED V
M STOMACH &
Ho.-tet tor' Stomach Hitter cvt!rii.ttis !-
lop5i.i with sreater certainty ami tn)iiiili
tmlc than any known roincily, ami i a nn-i
Rcninl iiivijonuit. :t)eticr and aM ! .-i-cie
lion. 'J'htyn arc not i-mity :iertiun. :i
thousands of intreonntrrnipii aiul lrnmen uln.
have cxicrionccit it. effects are aware, but
(are backed ii liy irrcr as:ible prfxil--. 'ilio.
j letters ls felve a Iie.illlifitl .Miumla to the
Tortile liy all IiniuNtsaml le:ilT
NOTK'i: IS HKUKIiY :iVKN THAT T1IM
partnei thiii liorplorori' cmhIIij between
Clias, Steens anil II. 1. Sleeiis. of (his eit
under the linn name of Ch:n. Steven-. & S.in.
isthi-J day ditMihed li niiitual e.ii.vcnt. All
outstanding liablliliesnie to lie vltled In
the old linn, to ulioni all uidelHedneC-.
.shimhl he imid. I'll AS. STKVIIX.s.
u. f. sti: i:ns.
Astoria, Onon. .Iul ::tt, is-jj.
(.Methers: .Hotliers!: .Hot!ier-! ! ! I
1 Are .nu (listmlicri at nisilit and broken
of your rest by a siek child Mincruix
and cry in j: will: the excruciating pain
of cutting teeth .' If so, go at oiu-e and
get a bottle of Mr. Wiiislow V Soothing
Syrup, it will relieve l lie poor littlv .suf
ferer immediately depend upon ii:
there is no mistake about il. There is
not a mother on earth who has eer
used it, who will not t-11 von at onee
that it will legulate the ImiucIs. and
j give rest to the mother, and relief and
, health to the ehild.oper.itinglike magic.
his iieiu-eii .saie to use in nil eae,
and pleasant tf the taste, and is the pre
scription of one ot the oldest and ln-st
female thyiciau and nurse in the
l,mru.0,:,u na,n 'eriwiiere. 'Si
0ont. a 1oltIt.
kkm.w hi: is a .scienlihc combination of
Mime of the most powerful ietonilive
agents in die vegetable kingdom. It re
stores gray hair to its original color. It
makes the scalp while and clean. It
cures dnmlrutr and humors, and falling
out of the hair. It furnisher the nutri
tive principle by which the hair is nour
ished and supported. It makes the hair
moist, soft and glossy, ami is unsur
passed as a hair dressiiig. It is the most
economical preparation ever offered in
the. public. as its effects lemain along
time, making only an occasional appli
cation necessary. It is recommended
and used by eminent medical men. and
oflicially endorsed hvthe State A.sayer
of Massachusetts. The popularity of
Halls Hair Itenuwer has increased with
the tet of many years, both in this
country and in foreign lauds, ami tl is
now known and used in all the eivili.ed
countries of the world.
Foit Sale by all Dealeus.
ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS
uvsTei kaiooii. i'ii:
j ci!i:v..i rs s n:i:irr. astoiiia.
(riiiu-: i'xdhksicnhi) is pleased to
! .1. aiiiitiiniee lo tliejullie that heh:w ip
I elieil a
1 3Svtjin.s JBIonse ,
Aiul nintislii's in Iitst el:iNstle
ovsrEKs. nor coffee tea. etc.
I AT THK
; Ladies and Gent's Oyster Saloon,
j (MIKNAMrS STItKET.
I rieaM'te tneaisill.
j KOSCOE DIXON, rioprfot or
! Wilson & Fisher,
Iron. Steel. Coal. Anchors.. Chains.
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
w'Korr.MT and err oalvaxizki)
lYniln. Copper ZValts :aiil Itnrr.
Shelf Hardware, Faints and Oils
Rubber and Hemp Packinq of all Kinds.
h.oik am :tiiT.i. i i:r.i.
Agents ftir S:!em Flouring MilN.
Corner Clienaimis ami Hamilton Streets
. ASTOIIIA. OIIEUOX.
13. B. FKANKLTN,
Comer 0;lsn and Snneninijlie streets,
'ASTOIMA. --- - OKKfiON"
' NDKKTMvKKK (J()OJ)..
n. i n: i:xs. c. s. p.kowx
lien ii ui!l find ail ihu standard work-.
stork of no-llie and ianc
:irllelis: ue keep the
ImM asNurtment ef
in ' Hie
Sheet Music. Bijou
terie, & Celluloid
Goods, etc., etc.
i; i". srr. j:.s & co.
Drossxa IsLixxg: ,
I'lain :tiiI Fancy
SEWING OF ALL KINDS!
Dili's uiaile ir tbe hei sjie fint
;." to sTi.
M US. G aO. 3 ILL UK u.
Xe iloor l. WeMnn House,
John Rogers, Central Market,
Has rereucd nlare invoice of
U.VJIKKLS AND IIALFT.AHRET
of the let quality,
And I-, mm ready to supply Butchers Can
; neiie.-, and all others, cheap lor cash.
'HC. 33. PARKER,
Hay, Oats, Straw.
Lime, Brick, Cement and Sand
Wooil delivered to Order.
Draying, Teaming and Express Business.
Horses ana Cairiages for Hire.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
tiii: caitaix xon the
JJ1 Couslmuvs of the-Bnti-h bark .lames G.
Bain will he nsnon.iblp for anv debts that
may he eontmeted hv the crew."
C. Ii. MOCKI.Ki:. Master.
Astoria, Oregon. August 7, ls2. dtd
PAOIFIC MUTUAL LIFE imUMi COWAW,.
A. rc K I N N J K, Manager.
For Oregon, Washington and Idaho Territory.
OFFICK J 02 FIRST STREET. FORTJLA3II. OR.
CllAS. HOlHlK.or Ilodse, Dais&Co.
J AMKSSTEEUCasliIer First National liauk.
.1. A. STKOWBlMlHli:. Wholesale Leather
C. A. DOI.ril. of Dolph. llronauKh, lohh ,V
Col. J. 3leCRAKKX. of J.MH'niken &('o.
I.. '. HENlriCHSEX. or Ifenrleliseii &
Ur. li. E. XOTrAflK, M. l.. Ev.unlnerand'
- & H
CO M g
CO ,-H 3
T, O L
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S. ARNDT & FERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - ORKCOX.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
All kinds or
Promptly attended to. 1
Aspeolalt made of repairing
FOOT OF IVFAYEITE STREET. !
ASTORIA IRON WORKS. ,
IttoTo.N SrnKK.r, Nkvi:.1'vi:kki: Hol'sk,
ASTORIA. - OKKMON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
Boiler Work, Steamboat Work,
and Cannery Work a specialty.
Ofal! ItehoriptloiiK marie to Order
nt Short Xotiee.
. A. I). "Was. President.
J. (J. llu.STi.r.n, Secretary.
1. W. Cask, Treasurer.
Joiix Fox, Superintendent.
Corner Main and Cbcaamus Streets,
ASTOU I A - OR EU ON
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
JOSEPH RODCERS & SONS
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GENUINE W0STENH0LM
ard other KnglUh Cutlory.
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
Genuine Meershaum Pipes, etc,
A fine stock of
WatrhrM aail Jewelry. 31uxxlr nml
Breech TeartiBC Nket Chim mid j
KlflcH, Revolvem. PlNtolr.
ad Amnuuitlen '
.VUSO A KIXK I
Assortment of lOne Sl'FCTACLKS mid KYK
?ksmitii &4S3'j : IJJ
THE DELLNQUENT TAX ROLL FOlt!
Ilio e:ir 1881. together with a warrant
from the County Court Tor the collection of
the same, u In my hands. Delinquent tax
payers will please settlo at onco and sae
eosts. A..M. TWO.MBLY.
ray3 Sheriff. I
M. S. IIURRELL. of Knapp, BuxKil & C.o.
W. vr. SPAULDINCT, fticXer and Canl
AX DREW I'.OnERTS, at FWiel & BoboxK
.I01IN CRAX. of John Cran & Co.
(.'. .M. VIbel:. Boots and Shoes.
.10. Bl'ltKllARD. Burkhanl & Spauldlac,
J. K. 51I.l..or .1. K. tiill &Co.,-Statloaew.
FRANK ZANOVICH, of Zau BroUiets."
Kticli of the above men has SlO.ow umut
anco hi this Company..
rim r m Is
n m cos . r 1 w
iP5 3xo kg
If ni ?2 52: i
ALfllONEER, COilMISSlON ANl
kK. J. :. NHAFTEI,
DiNraMfM ofthe Threat a Specialty.
Offlco over ConnDrus. Store.
TJ.KI40 F. P.IKKKB.
Oltlce :- Chenannw treet. Y. M. C. A. ball.
Room No. 8.
I. H. t'oniiHlsHlouer, Xatarjr rmMlc,JUl
Aeut tor the Hamburji-BreiueuFlre Ina.Co.
of Hamlninr. Oermany, and ef tbe .Trav
elers' Ufe and Accident Ins. Co., of. Hart
vomer iu I'jtldan Building. Rooms 11, IS.
Tjl D. WINT03T,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
KjrOflk'e in iMhlan Building. Koeii)!, 'i.
ASTORIA, .... OllKCOK.
TAY Tl'TTLK. X. Wt.
OrriCK Over the White Housa 8tof
; Ri-MiDKJrK OverElbersonS Eatery. op
polite Barth & Myers Saloon.
T I.. FI'LTOX. X . .
PkyHieian aa NraeB.
OFFICK-Over A. V. Allea'5 grocery mow.
Rooms, at tho larker House.
T,l f. HICKS,
Rooms in AlleuS building up statxa, caner
of Ca."S and Hqeraocuhe 8tret.i.
I Q. A. BOWLBY.
ATTOIINEY AT LAW.
Chenanms Street. - ASTORIA. OKKUO
y T. BITKXF.Y,
ATTORNEY AT JkW.
May he found at the Courtfloase.
Q II. BAIA' A: CO.,
Ueorm. WlntfewB, Xllsa. TrM
All kinds of Oak Lumber, Glass, Boat Ra
Turning and Bracket Work
Steam Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. Gau
cvlve and Astor streets.
I Most Comiriete Stick ix Aittrta
' Fruits Beth Forelffa aad JlaavrsUe
Wines and Liquors
Of Snperior Brand.
FOSTER'S CORNER, 0 N HOCK
jTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN"
J-1 assessment of fifty per cent, on tbe capi
tal stock of the Odd Fellows Land and Buflrt
inAoclJtion of Astoria, OrezoB, has tlirs
day been lei led, payable wlthm thirty da?
from date at the office of the Seeretary, or
oinerH iso ue ueciurea aeimquenu ,
By order of the Board of Director.
a. j. aiUL.KK, secieour.
Astoria, August 2, 1S82