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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1882)
Astoria, Oregon. Saturday Morning, August 19, 1882.
Alleged Pacts Explaining the Origin
of trie Egyptian Trouble
The origin of the present troubles!
in Egypt was a speculation of Is
mail. He paid 100,000 into the
hands of his friends in Cairo, with
which they were to buy support
for him. Two negro regiments
were purchased. He was to land,
and these regiments, with Arabi
at their head, were to declare for
him. After he had spent his
money his heart failed him and,
then Arabi determined to act with
out him. JTe at once tnrned to
Constantinople. , and promised
large sums of money if he were
supported. Then commenced a
series of intrigues, into which the
French allowed themselves to be
drawn. "When Dervisch was sent
lo ISgypt his mission was, if possi
ble, to patch up some .soit of re
concilliation between Arabi and
the Khedive, which would have
been followed by the deposition
of the latlei. The Sultan, how
ever, when the crisis came, was
afraid of discovery, and, in the
end, Dervisch, acting under his
instructions, urged Arabi to act
with moderation. IJut Arabi knew
with whom he had to deal, and lie
declined to put himself in Turkish
hands in which perhaps he was
wise, for lie would have been
strangled or poisoned. The gov
ernment are to be praised for hav
ing cut the Gordian knot by the
bombardment of the forts of Alex
andria. But they would have been
wiser had they taken the precau
tion to have some troops at hand.
Had 5000 troops been landed
Alexandria would not have been
burned. Europeans would not
have been massacrecd, and the
troops of Arabi would probably
have gone over io the winninjr
side. The landing of English
troops would have been justified
to Europe on the ground of the
inevitable logic of events. Xo
one can ior a moment assert that
with the means to do so the
English admiral would have been
blamed for preventing incendiary
fires and massacres. lonllon
Ruined by Goose Eggs.
The meanest man resides in
.Merced. His name is William
Fahey, and he keeps a hotel. He
made a wager with George Soper
that the latter could Jiot swallow
two dozen raw eggs in twenty
consecutive minutes. The wager
was for 5, and Soper, as he
waited for the eggs, allowed his
mind to level in castle-building.
He thought how much good he
could do with that $25 and how
many smiles he would bring to the
palid lips of orphans and father
less and husbandless. Soper knew
he could do it as easv as rolling off
a log, and he was just looking out
of the window to call in some poor
little girl ot boy to get a dollar or
two for the poor, hard-working
mother, when the eggs were
brought in. lie immediately lost
all confidence in humanity, for
Fahey had rung in twenty-four
goose eggs, not one of them
weighing less than half a pound.
Soper don't go to Folcys place any
more. It broke him all up.
France used 30,000 barrels of
older in making wines last year,
but a French bottle of cider with
a cobweb twisted around it will
always catch the American wine
A Key West shark, captured
the other da', had among the-con
tents of his stomach a half-dollar
with a hole in it. The shark is
supposed to have taken it at forty
JFive Thousand Dollars Buried
Under a Tree.
Several yoarfe ago a man who
had made a small fortune iu the .
m?n..c .,,.,.. .!,,, m i1,a Willnm- '
have monev and for that verv rea - ;
son. perhaps, kept him
cftlf f.iliiil- "
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ed and lived a heinnl s lih: alone I
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in a small cabin m the middle oi a j
, -ir l l " I
heavv wood. I fere, his secluHon
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was unmolested for several vears
and he seldom came out to the i
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light of dav, and then only to get M
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needed supplies lor the sustenance
ri- it i r -i i J
of his life. Once he failed to go J
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to the village store lor Ins usual
, i r I
purchase;? and a few persons re-
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paired to lus cabin to see wiiat was i
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the reason. He was found Ivmirl
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upon his bed, verv ill, and thevl
took him awav to more comfort-'
able quarters. He giew worse
instead of better and soon was
beyond the hope of life. Just
he tried to tell his attendants
where he kept his money. He
described a tree just one hundred
3'ards from his cabin, but forgot
to mention in just what direction,
and then told them to look in an
other direction a few rods when a
large fir tree with a projecting
root would be seen. Under the
root was his gold, a sum amount
inir to five thousand dollars. Those
to wlinm lie int1 lli; fale in lirnk- 1
villev mill nurclnsed a niece ,at " rtIStBI11 - exemlH,"S uom '. iTpV -.Monr.l he..dr.rh:..wi.h humming 1 pnno.mce to .l,,:,.ni.i.-u.a:
utile -lli prcll.isr.a 1 pw.ee ( ,., .- M nl1 A .,.:. WK(l1, ilu..i.lini; of .he -.u; m, iiiihmuiI v.- -'! :
d near Milwaukee, in Clacka- '"".. . . ,', , twtwjn Vs ' fu: "?,:.,,V,5?,M!.'??51iirs ? kikht .:i.akm
county. He was known to . ? " a ... -': :i'l"te vanam-, sr.nuiiiiu oni- , tct .- --i -
, . .. , , , '. ces alreadv quoted are evidences
en ami almost incohci cut language, , , - " ,
, , . ., , . 7" .of this forward movement. JiitllCs
iniflTiiiftl that. Ilipv linilerstnon lnm I
aright and, when he was dead, ,
tried to find the treasure, It was j The following notice by a Vir
never found and is yet lying where j ginia blacksmith indicates readjus
ting old man buried it. A good I ter sentiment on the part of
many trees are standing around Mose's partner: "Netis: De co
the spot where he built his lonely! partnership heretofore resisting
cabin and it would be a task of ai betwixt me and Mose Skinner is
year to find the right one with his i
meagre description alone to go by. j
Afterward the cabin was burned
and all traces of its hermit owner!
were obliterated but the fact re- j
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mains that his money lies buried
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at the toot of the tree where he
said it did when he lav dying at s
r-t l - flit 1 ;.
Milwaukie. The cabin was in
, . , c r i were presented by the lfoston
what is now known as Sellwood s l ' .
, , ., , , i n J board of aldermen, and consist ot
pasture and the spot has been '
.. , , e ., a large section of the tree and a
visited by manv of the curious. a
e n ," ., li-ii polished veneer of the wood, upon
Some day, perhaps, the gold will . , , . .
, t 11. ,-i -, - i which is photographed a picture ot
be found, but, until it is accident- a l .
,, v , ., . , r'the tree as it stood before its fall,
ally discovered the trouble of-
looking for it will scarcely be re- Another massacre is reported
paid by finding where it is hidden, j rrom the South Sea islands. The
T.aat Portland Vindicator. ;
A Step lii Advance-
The difference in measurement, ono ,nan AVno escaped, were mur
of British and American vessels dcrcd during the absence of the
was pointed out in this journal cattiln :ld second mate. The ves-
some time airo. It is a dillerenceiCf.i ,v.ia ..finrwiiwU luiriiixl.
enuring greatly to the advantage1 rr---: rrr
of the former. In the British' A lazy man near Fort Smith,
measurement liberal deductions Ark- abandoned a well after dig
are made for the space occupied ! &nS four finn- The ,na who
by machinery in steamships, and j bought the farm dug down another
on these and sailing vessels thcfoot antl -stluck :l vein ,)f conl
space occupied by the crew is de-' worth thousands of dollars,
ducted by the gross tonnage. It. The co"nfcre7ie"wliTclthe Sul
t followed that only available canro
and passenger space was nieas-
ureti, or wuai was roany enuiva-1
,.. ....ii.. :....
lent to that. The British vessel j
liiuiuiun; jjaiu -- iiiii iHn anu t
harbor dues, while she carried more
for her, registered tonnage than
the American ship. As a matter
of fact, however, some of the east
ern built ships have managed to !
get very low measurements recent- j
Iv. How it was done is known onlv
to the owners and some of the!
custom house authorities. The bill
which passed just before the ad- j
journment of congress, modifies
the old rule of measurement and
makes it conform very nearly to
that of the British standard.
Another bill of some conse
quence became a law just at the
close of the session. It extends
to foreign steamships the provisions
of the inspection laws now appli-
cable m domestic vessel, concern-
ing freight and combustible mat-
! ter. Senator Sherman intimated
r,..ol ,. KUI
"'" '"- """- '""-- "'
: ablv, this measurement will carrv
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It thus appears that some earnest
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movements have been made look-
t...w .-k !.. ...-.iv.. I tf niirilniic
inn " nil iriimioi v uihubim
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from American shippinir. Lnder
4 . ,.
ttr iMi.ant hilvc A llint'li.'lll Clll.
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ping has heen placeil atsuelt a uis-
advantage that capitalists in this
country have found it bettor, in
. . '.
manv instances, to invest m ships
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sailing under foreiirn hags. It is
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said that Americans really owira
, . .
considerable number of .ships m
this way, and are disposed to make
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still further investment. '1 he
! public opinion of the country
seems to be hopelessly divided on
the question of admitting free of
duty all articles used in the con
struction of ships. Of course the
copper, and other metal producers,
do not want the tariff removed
from metals. The timber men do
not want free timber, and the cord-
! age men do not want free rope. It
may be assumcd,howcver,that there
will be a steady approximation to
a sta'ndard which will finally place
American shipping on something
j like an equality with vessels of
British construction. The install-
hereby resolved. Dem what owe
the firm will settle wid me, and
dem what the firm owe will settle
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rortions of the old elm which
stood on Boston Common, have
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.I...n 1JII l't.t l.,H..I..I.... -l'l......
lllllUC JJ.lll, I IllltlllUil'lll.l. llJ
... f . ? t!.i.r.t t.ii. ltli.t.l.: . 1 .tt f!!i tifv ..t I l.f. tllili.tl I'll
. .ncmrni niioriMo-n trade, iron- - ii-i.i.ii,iwii ......... ....... ........ -,
hrio- .lanet StovarLJ,"I,,ertI'nr,":',,iCiia.su,veiisS:.Siii. :
a . 'j Isthis day dissolved bj mutual consent. All.
while at Mavlata, Solomon island,
the crew, with the execution of
..., ,...Q ,ii.,v .mr i,act fm-
lnow. tiinB onYs when lie meets the
. .. .
fMlint oPiti for his hist wifi-.
IIc was nevcr knnwn to postpone
A Varied Performance.
Mairy wonder how Parker's Oingor
Tonic can perform such varied cures,
thinking it essence nf ginaer, when in
fact .' mrt(1? fn,nl ,uan-v yahiable
meiucmcs wiucu act nenuiuaauv tin
tiYvry diseased rgan.
- -.rz-r. -
TmolppincM derived from the
use ot I'tumier s uregon uioou itui
ficr. People who have tried it once
never give it up, because lliey waul to
New, quick, complete cure 4 days,
nrinnn. nfrAtinn ciilfirtitur 1YntlMir
I or (liflicuit urination, kidney diseases.
81. at druggists. Oregon Depot, u.v v Jb
& CO., Portland. Or.
"IlacJcnietack." a lasting and 'fra
grant perfume. Price 23 and 50 cent.
Sold by W. E. Dement.
SYMPTOMS OF WOHMS,
ikf w.wwnn -. n jult and linden-
i.-j. w.'lt K.-j-'imt ini'-iirv. fA a ir-
ruiii ?: il yi one or loth rlioe'c
-..- ... I. I. .11 - !. .....lt.? .1 n..
ai. zu,- .ii.icinu .... along ... lower '
.-wi: ilu- iK.sc . jrri:.ii4M. oiN :
pumjc. uitli :i unawiiiz itiou of !le
i.imnHi ; at iliv.oniinly mm.-: iWtins; '
i!.l vomitiii.': i.l.-jit iKim ilirnu2liout I
tlio nlxlmncu; Uy.vW Irrouiilnr. ai unit-s
e'tne: st'oN slimy, not unnvqiwitly
tinccavii!ii!..ci:inysvoih - ii:inini.ini;
cull aii'l nei'oiiiiKiniitl ly hicvoiich; vU"li !
ilMuriM-.! sloop, ultliKrindii!!: of lliettolli;
lfiniKT v.'irialtli. Imt Koiierally itrilahle.
noiifV.T llic alMv yiiiitom an:
I'.illllll lo oxist.
Ml. C. Mi-LAXE'S VKKMiFHiE
wll -i'riainl olVoot a imiic.
In biiMiii: oriiiluici He Miii-yiiii v .
tile miiiilno I)!:, c. Mi-LANKW Kl:: i.
ri'SK, inaiiiifaoturoil by t'lomin Hm-...
il Vo.hI Stror.t. rittliursli. I'a. Tin
nnilc.f in full of untcrfiMI. Vmi will
! rmlit if It lias llio simiMinrv n t'lcii
iajr Urn1, anil C SIoLane.
if ymir storokoejor iloe jh! la.. li.e j
..fifiiiln.. nli'iici. rpiwirt t(i lis.
?eml us , a-throo Vent stamp lor 1 .iwn..
J: JLE..H1AU UKU.. J'llISDSirgll. i'a.
A. M. JOHNSON,
Groceries, Provisions, Cheese,
BUTTER, ECCS, KTC.
CANNED GOODS OF AM. KINDS.
Blocks, Hemp and Manilla
Salmon Net Twines,
Drilling, Jib Hanks,
Clew Irons, Thimbles, Mast
And all other tiling needed t lit out e.M'N
or all kinds.
NEXT HOOK TO PYTOIAX IIALU
King of the Mood
Is not a "cure till." il UaMeiHl-purillcrand
tonic. Impurity of Ihe blood (xii-ions thes
tem. deranges tne circulation, and tlnw In
duces many ilisniders known bv difTercnt
names In distiujiih thorn acnirdiiiK t ef
fects, bnt bein really linuirlie-t or itliaM's of
IhatKix-al generic dkoider, Iuiiiirl(y oi
Itlooil. Stich are liuKihi, MUioiMir.
Livtr CompUilnt.OmMpaWin.Xcmiu DiV
undcr. Jlrivhichr, JJneh'ueht, General ll'cttl;
ir.t. 7fru7 Disrate, l)rftuu. Klilncu Ditcnyr,
Pllrn, lllHinnatixni. (itnrrh, Semfisltt. Skia
Dfrmilfr, J'iinplfj'. Ulcer. StreWny, ,e..
Ar Vfiwt. nV 4li tElnnft i.ra.tn..f r .i,l
cures these by awackin the 'f!iiMiiiiuril I
ofthe blood. Clft'inislsand ihMri:m-.:i;:ne I
in allliitr it hj most genuine and eilleient j
preparation for (he puriKise." Sold bv Dm:;- '
KlM-?. HI per boule. Hee testimonials, diree- j
Uoiis, c., in pamphlet, "3 realise on Diseavs
of tin' Mood." w rapped arotind eaeh bottle.
i. it..NNi.ii, su.n a Co.. I'roni
I :u ITnli i. ,V. Y.
twreTici: is iiEitr.ny oiven'that iiu: '
i- nattner.sliiiiheretofor' eistinir beiwpen i
! C'hns. Steveiw and !:. I. Stexens. or this ell v.
iiii-siiiiiiiui iiiiniuiii- itn- in lie mtuiimi nv i
the old firm, to whom ail indebteilnes'-;
should 1n paid. I'HAS. STEVEN'S, t
I!. V. STEVEN'S. I
Astoria. Orepm. .lulVol.st, ifs2. '
Il.vi.is Vi:i.i:tap.i.k Sicilian- II ah: !
15r.NT.wi:i: i a scientific combination of I
some of the. most powerful re-.liir.dive .'
agent-, in the vegetable kiiurdoia. li re-
j .stores gray hair to iU original color. It
ma !:.; I he spam wl.itn nml ..I...... u
cures dandruiT and humors, anil falfimj -
out of the hair. It nirmslics thenutri -
..Mini .iim..uj.wimi. it limii,-i III!.- II. Ill
moibt. soft and glossx, and k uiiur-
passed a a hair dressing. It istl.emost
economical nrenaration ever olfercil to
thenuljlic, as ils effects? remain a lmnr
time, making onlj an occasional appli-
cation necessary. It is ft'eominended '
and used by eminent medieal men. ami :
otiiciaiiy endorsed nyllic Mate. s.a-cr
of MassachiLseiLs. The popuiaruVor
Halls Hair Uencwer ha increrscd ith
the te.it Of many ac.u, Ixitll ill this
country and in loreiun lands, and it is
now known and used in all the civilied
countries of tlie world.
officially endorsed by the Slate .s.ayer i
A cough, cold or sore throat .should be
stopped. Neglect frequently results in
an incurable lung disease or consiimp-
tion. Krown's llronehial troches do not
disorder tlie stomach like rough sirups
and balsams, but act directly on the in
llamed parts, allaying irritation, uive
relief in athma. bronchitis, ronglis.
catarrn, ami tlie throat troubles which
singers and public speakers are suldecl
to. For thirty years IJrowifs bronchial
troches have been recommended bv
phy.sir.ians, and always give perfect
satisfaction. Having been tested by
wide and constant use for nearly an en
tire generation, they have attained well
merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the agr. Sold at 2.1 routs a
In a healthy body is a healthy
spirit. Re healthy by cleansing your
blood with a few bottles of Pfumler's
Oregon Wood Purifier, and thus puri
fy your spirit.
A neW stock of stoves of tho latest
8tyle3 at John A. Montgomery 's.
iROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS
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v ri j uiimmmu
OHEVAMl.'S STl.l.KT, ASTOIHA.
Hi: UXDEP.SION'EI) IS PLEASED TO
lie lias op-
I U.l -a--I -. -,
-c' I v
Ami fiini!sius in fii-.t rl:ws style
l nrfies ?
noi nnii-.i'. ir.., r.n..
Ladies" and Gent's Oyster Saloon,
rirtiM1 nive imp a rail.
ICOStoK DlXO.V. l'lfiiirietor
Wilson & Fisher,
' in:vr.Ki:s ix
Iron. Steel. Coal. Anchors, Giiains,
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
U!Mn;ilT A NO CfT CALVANIZKl)
Shelf Hardware, Faints and Oils
Rubber antl Hemp Packing of all Kinds.
Fr.oiras axi ihitx fkkd.
At'iits Tor Salem Flotirin;: IMills.
Crner Chenamus ami Hamilton Streets
13. B. FKANKLTN,
ConiiT Ci' and Snui'inoiilirt .Htrect.i,
Asrni:r. .... oi:k(ion
I WINDOW SHADES
P.. l STE EN'S. 0. S. l'.nOWX
Whoiv u.i will Hint all tho standard works
of (tie l;;y.:i!iil :ieinistautlyeliunt;in
stot-k or nif!ii-s and iancy
anieliS: v.e keep Ihe
bi-st assortment ot
iu ' tin-
Sheet Music, Bijou
terie, & Celluloid
Goods, .etc., etc.
P. 1 STEVENS & CO.
I'ltiii ami I'aney
OF ALL KINDS!
' ri!i.v ,:uJl. ir. u,,. iC.t sM ltt fWllII
1 :. D s
M?R G-lO I-uLLiTjKJ J
! ' W ULUlJ,J fc
' Vi iii..,r m Wston House.
l ni.n rnM.ni M.b
,onn Sotjers, Lentrai market,
Mas veied a lanjo invoice or
i ILVKKKLS AND HALF DAUKKLS
of Uie l,p,Jt 'luanty.
And Is now ready to supply Butchers Car.
nerles and all others, cheap for cash
Hay, Oats, Straw.
Lime, Brick, Cement and Sand
Wood Delivered to Order.
Draying, Teaming antl Express Business.
Horses ana Carriages for Hire.
j WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
TrEmu:K the caitain 'ok the
JH Connees or the Kritish bark James O.
Bain will be responsible for any debts that
may lo contracted bv tho crew.
C. E. MOCKLEIt. Master.
Astoria, Oreon, August 7, 1SS2. dtd
l t i-L-n3ftu aT'.d.'-9 STVr-fTqeS-
PACIFIC MliTViL LIFE INSURMCE lflMEV.
A. 3IcKINNlR. Manager. '
For Oregon, Washington and Idaho Territo?l9
orrin:-io3 tirst street, roitTLiD. or.
C1I AS. 1IODOK, of HoiIro. Qa N & Co.
JAMESifrEKI..t'aitiIorPlftt National B:uik. ,
.1. A. STKOWIllMlMJE, Wlioio-ale J.oathor
C. A. DOI.I'll. or Iiolph. i;ronaiiJh, Dolph 3c
Col. J. AloCRAKEK. of J. AlcCraken & Co.
U V. HKNRICH.SEN, or Ilenrlchsen &
Dr. (. K. SorrAOE, AI. 1., Examiner and
n Ci L
c o l '
rz so t
a 2 Oo g
S. AUNDT & EERCHEN,
ASTOICIA. - OKKIJON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
S H O X&
All kinds of
Promptly ultemUsl to.
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OK LA1WYKTTK STKEET.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Kknto.v Stukkt. Nkai: Pakkki: Hocmk.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
Boiler Work, Steamboat Work,
and Cannery Work a specialty.
Of Hi I DrtcrSptlocN ninrte to Order
nt Hliort Xotloo.
A. I). Wash. President.
John Fox, Superintendent.
Cornpr Mnin and Chenanius Streets,
AbTOKIA ORKdON J
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
JOSEPH RODCER8 A, SONS
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GENUINE W0STENH0LM
and other English Cutlery.
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
nonninB WTonrariQiiTn Plnoo otn
Watrken and Jewelry, Muzzle and
ltruceh liOadlns Nliot Ciunn and
KlrlcM, Revalvers, Pistols.
AUSO A riXK
Assortment of fine SITOTACLKS and irV'B
rimr. jibiiiuiiJvM- ta. i;ou l-ou
t ii "r .n l"5t:i"er .wu" ; warraiu
lumuiuvuumj uuinb ii iuu vunttnuu ui
tho same, h in my hands. Delinquent tas-
payers will pleaso settln nt oneo and ;ave
A. W. TWOMBLY,
' S-- Q,
- L--jfy r
m- i V
AI. S. IlURBELL. or Knapp. BurreJi Co.
W. W. SPAULDIKa. Packer and'CWtia
ANOUEW ROBERTS, of Ffchel & Roberts.
JOHN CR.VN. or John Cran & Co.
C. AI. Wlbflrg. Coow and Shoes.
.IOS. UU ltKIIARl), Butkhard. &Spauldlna
J. K. GlLX,.ot J. K.GU1 S Co Statlonets.
FKANK. ZANOV1CII, of Zan Brotaera.
Each of th abovo men has 910,000 tosnr-
anco In UiLs Company.
C 3 2
ALCTIONRKK, COMMISSION AN
"lyR. J. V. NHAFTIIR,
lflSIC1.4. mA SCSVKIMi.
! DiMcaHCH of the Tfcxaat Byectalty.
OHlee over Conn's Drug' Store.
KLO F. P.1RKKK.
ClatHop CouatytMitCltrf AtU
omco:-Chpnaraivs street. Y.M.C. A. tfl,
Jtoom Xo. 8.
T O. 1IOZOKTH,
V. H. OiRiiuLuloaer, SmUkry PaMlc. mm
Agent lor tho Hamburg-Bremen FU6IB3. Co.
nl Hamburg, Germany, and of tne lnr
elere IJfe and Accident Iar. Co., of Hart
KVOQlcc In Pythian Building. Rooms U. 12.
j wp n. wijstox,
j Attorney and Counselor at Law.
?i-Onlee in Pythian Building. Kooas ll, 12.
ASTOKIA, ... - OKEOON.
TAT TUTTIiE, M. 1.
PHYSICIAN AliD SDRGKON.
Okkicr Over the White Boose Star
i:Kriinr.NrK Over KlbersonS -Bakery, op
posite north & Myers' Saloon.
i 4 li. 1'CLTOYX.D.
Koonvs. nt the Parker House.
TL1 P. IIICKM,
Ttooins in Allen's building up stalls, eotfiet
of Cass oud Sqemocqlie streets.
i I O. A. BOWLBY.
ATTOWTKY AT LAW.
Cheuaiuus Street. - ASTOKIA. OtUUH9
W. -"; .
May bo found at the Court House.
Q II. BAIr 4c CO.,
( Ioor. Windows, Blla4, TWi
KomN, Laatber, Etw
All kinds of Oak lumber, Class, Boat ita
Turning and Bracket Work
Steam Atlll near Weston hotel. Cor. Cteu-
evivo and Astor streets.
I ros er s Emporium.
Most Complete Stock in AttfHt
, jFiv&lOOVlvS! FlcVQs!
j Fniitu Both Ferelsn aa BaieClo
WinDO onrl I inilArc
' - ",w u,,u -Mvi
Of Superior Bnind.
FOSTER'S CORNER, 0 Kr & DOCK
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AX
jl assessment ot mi
percent, on the east-
i tal stock of the Odd Fellows Land and Bu
ins Association of Astoria, Oregon, has thli
j uay neen levied, payable within thirty dayt
i iror.i uuio ai uie onico oi me
othenrtso be declared dellnaueut.
By order of the Board of Inreclow.
Astoria, Angnst 2, 1882 td