The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883, August 30, 1882, Image 1

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Vol. XYII.
Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning. August 30, 1882.
No. 129.
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BEAVERS IN THE ROCKIES. ;
Interesting Observations
Their Curious Dams
AVriit
Beavers have been
:ili active
factor III the formation Ot mOUIl--
ark. .NotOi parks Midi as liie ,
Xot of parks Mich a
outh, Middle and North parks in ;
Inn
tain
Those park-, where feed is plenti-
r..l ...1 r... .ivnnlln,,. ., rQ ,lft
favorite feeding places of elk and
deer. When The sun sinks be-
hind the snow-clad peaks the air
above, these peaks irows cliilly
and ihe blood of the vampirisb
J
iiiM-cts, the scourge of the inoun-j
tains in early .summer, circulates
-lowly; and, as the shadows of the
pines advance across the parks,
the-e blood-sucking insects, that
fairly stiffened the light air during
the heat of the day are benumbed ,
and by (J o'clock in the cveningif
the altitude be 11,000 feet, they I
he lioek mounlaiu', in Colorado, ., , ' :. 1 1 .1 -. .mi n ,1 . ..., ck.h-. wu;i a tfiiflwinB niiii:i r.f the JESetlXLST !H.OUSey
. . I .Mm tnt.. rKr. Iw.lvnr- ,.! I to llnl lior. ttlPRltVllll I llfIOIl WaS .. .... I. .......I.,.-- . l .!. ...... Il..1 Iiwr '
ill IUOMJ iro.U one to Clglll , , ,1,,. hi thoto:i; :.: om-isioh:i1 u.tno.i ' uiil rmnMir ill iirt-'lntIc
.,., ; ,., ,k,lir;il.nmn,in ' lev rcni'sd their vounir.- vast campinp rrounrl and the a,ld vnmiiiiiK; M.:.i:t imu. iiin.niiont
ZZ Zl,Z 11. H n :Th" ftn-ilV i.wl PIdl.r. jller . wll ith iIh- uoigi.j JSUSVSf.-Xf.'ST 'SS!? ;m. "r rK . rap.
am i-oiuuues surioumteu i un- ' ' . .... -it .I.m.iii.wi.jv.im-,. ..i:........it,..ii. r the
.rnlron f.roctc .wrl-B tlv.t ftMi More JOU50S eiv- bllllt. OltllC r.eWCOlt .Itld the PIIIIO Ol i lln7l0,IlrliI:it,.Jm;ion.M.lniU.lt.. 'ira1 ,J!n,- ,nJ Pc ncW Clnnn
ioken lorests paiks tn.it are . ,. . n ,. rniI1Ki din fltMia-vnini'mMin hucoiiBii;,., . Ladies, and Gent s Oyster Saloon,
m-orPil with -l donco ornwih of ihc" "OHntaiii valley, thouoh . the .Mormon spank. IJack Jioiiim t,mlloallrtronvlllsivr:iIllC!t v&Illl . Il,1,.vntl.:,n,rn.
i -it .1 jmriiirentiv level above the dam . the OlocK evrenuen me ion"; po- .. ,,,.,...,,, tln. .,.. ,,,.. '
ired for the ni-ht. Then j have lakp" m:U,-v years the first jarcnic display and mighty world
rise from the thick cover UMn -v:,p -!,,wl lll: !1"'3 longer! defying phalanx of zoological
have ret
the deer
; iUn rmet ,.i,n.n ti.n.. u..rt
l I if 1U1 Wl ill 1 I L1IV: iJL .
lnin inoiionlGSS in hidino- from flipe.
and walk slowly toward these icut a perpendicular slot in it, sol up the tune-honored bull-team and
parks to drink of the ccol water,1 to (Irai oiT tl,e ler. .Moving; trail-wagons enough to hold tl.o
and to feed throughout the night. : P l ream to where the edge '-sacred outfit. Western people
These parks have,"almost without !"' ir was befo.e they eutlcnow that a frejght.ng outfit eon
exception, been lonned by the e dam, they dug another trench, !hsi of a large wagon in the lead,
fillinrr up of beaver dams i sinking it to the bed rod;. The with one, two or three trailed after
Many years a -o. Ion-after tliej wood of willow bushes appear in,"- The performance at Ogden was
flow of -ravef 'known anion-1 tliis second dam, showing that ibis postponed thirty minute.-, for the
placer mineis as "swash rravel,f wood was established in the conn- (arrival of one family alone that
had ceased, and vegetation covered
the bottom of the narrow valleys
that had been -ou-ed out of the
-ramie hills by ice'and water, the!
beavers, searching for cites for
homes, entered the mountains.
Avoiding the locky canyous and
deep gorges, where the water was probably built many years ago. :m,ud the minstrel-show reeeipts.-J
wiftandhad sufficient force lolgre.it pine trees mo now standing' '"g Boonummj. .
sweep awav any works the intelli -
.r. o;m.i ,;.hf .. .!,!
j.Jl. '""'io lillIIL in.", ""J
nought the points where reefs "of
rock of extraordinary hardness
had withstood thf gouging of ice
and wear ot water. These reefs,
acting as dams, retarded the flow
of water sufficiently to allow the
sediment it was charged with to
be precipitated. This depositing
of sediment for many years
erealed a comparatively level
tract of land above the reef.
.1 ust above this -ranite point the!t,,e formation of the park was
.eavers began work A deepJcoinl)leto- T,,t' "savers having
rench was due: aeros-s the vallevPerfor,l,ei1 t,,cir Parl in Xatll,cs
1
i
on the line of the proposed Jam.
i.i i. t ... .
mis mtch was invanaDIy sunk;
ihrouffh the muck clav or sand.
a --- 7
and, in the majority of cases
i t .1 . " iii
l.hrnnrrh llin p.-tnnovl n--.lfihnnrtnn- l
c i "' e'- " v.-i. ...0 i
gravel. On the uncovered couch
of the golden gravel the founda-
J '
tion of the dam was laid Select- ,,ulimnS Slles l,lt 'ormatton ol the t C power to move , ie oani voiun. that it will resiulale the ImiwcN, and r--x-M ornr
im. i am was laui. ivirks m the same villcv wereL m 1 -- ri - 5 ve rest to the mother, ami relief ami R O O K STORE
ing trees that stood in proper iP. , Ie nm? alK- wuc- tardy, or the acquisition of twins. 1 health totheehild.oper.itiiiirlikema-ic. l-,fV-,x r "
.-.-,. .1 , . 1 simultaneous; bin in many cases in...; .,t hn ..Mni.rl ilunmrli It is iierfcctly safe to use in nil cms,
positions, the beavers gnawed I ns cannot be .sceuierl thiough aml ,,,(.:wmt to tIu. mUsaml ithe im- nmi.t.-mim whinmiaH the Mamiant worS
them off close to the ground, f1 'iSS
Judging from the many bc,lvcr still inhabited bv beavers. Jt isL.nta3C or 1rosocly. It is the same riliuLl ISS'.ld'm'ry where. ni2iBA',or,,c
dams, the animals thoroughly nwiU l, "PPOf dam of wUl Thl. tmt. h:irrl ;, cents a hoUle. ".
understood the art of fellino- tim- a ,""v' Aua"w"vu "1 caiui - born that way, the same as the
ber. U is seldom that a treeear-!S?en;1,y,n!?Ct'-shmvin t,wt lhe Siamese twins. Genius is eccen
ing the marks of their teeth is T.m.Js rcB,,lwt,w "-ness of trie sometimes, but it beats the
fnniol nnls?,1n nt (Ulinn f ,,,
,inl mmft,. , , v, . i ,
dam. irecs iortv feet long and a
..-i : j: i j.
xiiui in uiauiuiui aru not uncom
mon in these works. The trees,
fell into the trench. Muck and
clay, bound together with coarse
idly into the j
lower logs..
grass, were packed sol
trench around the
making a water-thrht foundation
, . .
for the dam. The upper works
The upper works j
were built of small trees, and, in j
the lower dams, of pine botm-hs
cunningly interwoven. The
, . .
face of the dam that was next the
water was covered with a thick,
compact layer of clay and muck. I mon town. When old John Rob
The absence of all deciduous in son's only and sujireincly i.-o-woods
in the lower dams is mark- Mated world-renowned and .uni-
ed. The dam finished, the family f
were established in their home, j
Houses rude mounds of sticks
3 1 !...:! :., (l.v
auu na nun- wuui m uit .iim.nv.. ...- ... ..-rr....., -
water. Being surrounded
by
the
irntnr flint 'pi .lfr. frVim
- i - ..!.... . --.
'assaults of carmvoious animals1
! .. .1..- ....... A...l rnAAttiiKlf
' f'..
i-. r tmv siifjressiiiiir rosisieuiuiirm me uun teams, aim iiiuir
-' '
actuallv had a jrrea! inelinationJ
IIHU UIC hlUCIv WIUT. UlUU-lt 11 L'.
ii .. i .- i 'i r. .i . i... ... r-..; i. a.,.. ! -'-. ' iv'.". ,.
jlM f j3i lhnk toot conveyance known to modern
moimlain ilank aeros., the. valley, mechanism and took in the entire
.i:.i ..4 ...., .... ; ..,...,. .!..,
UIU IJWI -.h-jii i 11 inwir liiau
tlnrlvnrWtrlWl Alhe VMr
rolled bv. coarse swamp gras- and!
willows sprang into life around
the edes of the water. Sand and of the undertaking may be consul
earth, lorn from the mountain ered and understood when we stop
sides by the tiny streams of water j to think that few of these Mormon
formed during the rainy periods, patriarchs can load their families
and when the snow melted wore " himber wagon. What,
carried by " the creek to the then, can they doV The children
siack water of the dam and there Jcannot be left at home, for the
deposited. Gradually it must! mothers are determined to see the
afford
orded the beavers a safe home.
stead of raisin- the dam they
try at the time of the building of!""" iieeii ueiayea :y a not nox.
the second dam. -The circus manager estimates that
The second woiks an- alwavs'
longer than the first and generally!
hirrher. Some of them are very I
extensive. One is COO feet long
and eight feet high, and though
OM is :lt- 5,,',', !S !
was finished.
The dam completed and the:,'. ... .-,
, i -i i I ships bound for ports in Oregon and
M-iicri i:iilt flirt lkftttrbr? trmsi ia'tit t
, ,. , . . . , . ,
established. Again the deposited
, , ,,.,,, .
sanu anucaiin snoaieu mem out on , , , , .
... . ,it take away ihe wheat of the
their houses. Again thev moved J , . , ,.
., . ." . ... present harvest. Ol these hips
upstream. I hisMiccessiw iiiill-. . , nn
. . . .over twentv-tour an over 1,000
inir of dams up stream v:t earned . . ...
,., . , - , j tons reri.ster, langing all Ihe wav
on until the month of th can von j. rtri .'.Y . , - i
, - from 1.100 to l.Oib, wmch is the
or gorge nevt above the upper i . , . .. ..
,,,,., . register of the new ship Heniv
viuiii nnwiii; iiiiitii-i iiii-i.iiin
i WI t't 111 l 1. 1
-., . I
war tilled up.'
, I
When the last dam
Plan' ,h:l,,dona iwl- Mov-
inir in. cirA.nin it vvliorft firinl lini I
"o -r - , ,, V UJOS tons, and the Wilnn. 1.4S:J
rcei juueu across ine vauey, iney
resumed operations.
Jt may he that several lamilie.i
f . ..,.,, i.., .i,. -,. :...,. I
""" ;,L -l";'"L l",c ""'cannot be acquired m schools and
f11?. ,?e,ccJinS ;lifrfe,lt .rccfs
IIS .11 l
'."S a ! waUT, as tnev nail
'no suitable ground on which to
. ., , . 3,
uuiiu Hiiuiuui iiiiiii
! .ril l. . .s i .1 . i I
The works erected by the bea -
vers resulted in the formation of
the mountain parks. As affecting
lhe il,tcr0&ts of iho animals, it has
been disai5lros- Tcv have been
l0lCei l ,m-ratC in SMrc, r
oiner nomes.
j
Must See the Circus.
ou may talk about gala days
sur-!a,ld fun l you chose to, but you
i . i i i . " .,
do" t know much about it until
O0" nave seen a circus in a Mor
vorse-delying congress of pink-
eyed ponies and measly hyenas
j struck Ogden, nobody seemed to
clnnl-iL'nmv fintv it hnnrnPM. hilt tllf
whole of northern Liali was aflame
with the pink sundumnets, and
beil - tick pantaloons ol tlie uat-
. , , ,
All Hill' S-lintC I iMirr nAlnri MO.--
. , ,
' . .
cession of perspiiitur humanity.
Thev drove into town in even si vie
..snow, iroin ine i:il wn n: r i c
i
SUlC - ShoW to the lleirrO miUStrcl
performance in the ring at the
SHose of the circus. The immensity
gianers ana acroiiaue genius,
'There is no alternative but to hitch
1 "s the circus at an expense of?
M0 an hour, but when the family
got ihr' :,n(1 h(i ligim-cl up tlio
price of ndmission, he was ahead
$35.3. to .say nothing of pennnts '
wi. ii.in il. Tht.re arc OW .,,ioal f,,m, :,H
!iit(i: fC im it.Ll .iKfiitl li Tt i.
aslungton lcrriloiy, and which,,
, " . , , ... ,
to a ureat extent will be utilized J
f ... r p.. -I f t I
railing, of riillanelphia; the two
. .
Iie.Vt largest are the American
.-.is -i firtft . i .t
ship Olendnn J,o!t!) tons, and the
r-r ..i . , . n . i
licnry inara inewj j,yno ions, ;
chartered bv the 0. U. & X. Co.,
is i also the ship .Robert Dixon,
I tons.
Tmonn.i Kiivihiiilirlfi It
I TUC pOCs 1? .1 U.lllliai JJIIl. II
. ......
colleges, but must be a gift, like
nuii.Biici oii 10 u. . ........
"UFM
Bill 2i 'ye.
At an airricultural
an agricultural uieeiiug
iast ;ecembcr an Essex county
English gentleman said: "1 know
jof ?ln.C( ownera Df land in this
colllllry wxo iavc MOw no less I
Lm speaking carefully than .1,000
acres for which they cannot find
. , .
tenants. ' Common laborers are
getting from $2.7." to $3.2." per
week. Essex is one of the "home"
counties, as counties around Lon-
flnn -ire efllled
don arc callca' J
. Varied Performance.
Arany wonder bow Parker's Ginger
tonic can perform such varied cures,
thinking it essence of ginger, when in
fact it is made from many valuable
medicines which act beneficially on
every diseased organ.
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
The oounleiinncc is pale ami leaden-
roi.ioi. w'.th rtocniMiat flihc of o cir-
Mlir .,,,,,! SJrf)T on one or
Ui Jm1' -hill: t'c
both ohcck;
pupil- dilate;
anouiv H-nili-in-h' liui--:don:: ihr hiwvr
o - iii: tii iw-o i- 'n-imnii. mwin, :mi
.vmeliin Meed-; :i.-.u.dlfmfiflhe upper .
1. . I. .....I I ...1. . ...ttl. 1 I....
' i!i..il.hm" i.f tin (-n: :in iiiiiimiuI .--
rr..t.mor -ur :i: -inuv.ir ruriwi t.ii"iie:
i ...1. . -..-, ....! ,.r..-i.....In,l.. Mr. niiirn.
Whenever the iloe
tlip'DIII'.
follll'l u -Wt.
I)K.
('. .MoLANK'S vi:i!Wirri:r.
w.il mrui.iy c.jvinn.r..
, hllvius Vornilr,tB, lc ,,,,.,.,,,,, ,.
iiscnmnei'". ,. .iii:i,..ir. i i.s.
j'l't; j; jjiai;
niauiifnctnred by rieininir li
2i 'nMl sjjroci. Pittsburgh, lu. I'Si.- .
ncirket 1 full of eountcrMl--. Vm will 1
Ih li'lit If it h:is ihe slgnnturi' f( I l.-m-
injf itro-.. :iml CSIcJjtiic.
If oiir storekeeper loes not h:,v,. no
KOiiulm. pleasf rejort to u-.
Semi us it three cent Manip lir : l.n:.i
onie:ilesJi-hiKcanl-.
FLi:.Hi.C HK0S., Pittslinrjrli. J'a.
A. M. J 0 H'N S 0 N , I
iii.m.kk i '
SHIP CH X DT K R V
Groceries, Provisions, Cheese, ,
BUTTER, ECCS, ETC.
C.XXE1 l)ODS OK ALL KINDS.!
Blocks, Hemp and Manilla
Ropes.
Salmon Net Twines,
Drilling, Jib Hanks, i
view ironb) i iiimmos, miibi i
,. . ".T"J.T!
..Villi Illl 111111' UHII" lllrl ! I III ltl iklll t SiJ I.
i.f all kinds.
NE.VI JJOOR TO PYTHIAN HALL.
If W CELEBRATED V
M
9A k. STOMACH
8lTTEBs
IIo.-tcltcrV?hiiiiaehlitteri ctin.aitiljj-
ensianitU sie.itcr eertaicty :iml rronipli-
1)011
tude iliau any known rcmcilv. nnil i. n iur.;t
cental inviRfirant, appetizer ami niil u i-erc- J
ii"u. inivu :in; imi umj'ij :i"Hrill!-, a
tli3ii:anUof oarcnuntryincii iml wmuon who
4 .-.. .T ... VIII 'Illll.l flll.il 11M ll.lilll-ll l.ill.
'hate experienced ii clTeels ar- anare. but
nro backetl ii h irrrr ajsiblo i-n.K 'lhc
Hitter nhn the a liealthl'iil .ctinmln. to :!
urinary nratiF.
Fi.raiei. :)i iirr.ii:imi ivaiiTN
lu-nerallv.
."Mether: .llotliers.'I .llother.s! ! !
1 Are you iliitnrheil at iiitiht ami luolieii
t.f your rest hy a sick child MinVrui;:
. and cryinar with the e.sciiieiatins liaiu
ol cutting icctlr.' II mi. ; at nnee ami '
lid a luittle of 3Ir-. Wiiislow's Sonllim; '
Syrup, it will relieve the poor Iittlo Mif
fercr immediately depend in .on it: '
liiere i? no miMaue about It. There is
not a mother on earth who has eer
A coush. cold or Mire ihnTat should he
stopped. Xeglcct freijueiillj resiili.s in
an incurable hui-' dia-e or coiiMimii-
uon. i.rown.s lironcinai-iroenesuo not
diMirdcr the stomach like cough nips
and balsams, hut art direct) on the in
llamed parts. allaing irritation, give
relief in asthma, bronchitis, eouirhs.
catarrli, ami the tlnoat troubles wliicli
singers and public speaker are subject
to. For thirty years ilrowifs bronchial
troche have been recommended bv
phy.sieiaiis. and alwa.s give perfect
satisfaction. Having been tested bv
wide and eoiudput umj for r.earlv an en
tire genenition, they have attained well
merited rank among the. few staple
remedies of the age. ' Sold at '." cents a
oox everywhere.
-A Xasal Injector free with e;u-h
bottle of Shilolf.s Catarrh. Jlemedy
Price .V) cent. Sold by Y. K. Dement.
All our old friends bring ns new
jLbKsyk.
BWBs&fSiEfis. j5
rmzzz&ifr it tvVv-i .
eM8SPHbhP.
: ti it 11 iiw il ail ii.il leu 11111 .11 iiiii-i
ones, and both old and new are aie;
using that celebrated vegetable coin-1
nound. Pfnndert Onwon Tlilood ?, :
fier. Certainly a flattering testimo-
nial as to the virtue and amelioraliii"
qualities of this Botanical Ueimuty.
Use it now delay is dangerous ami
may piovc fatal.
Siiiloii's Cuur. will tininedlntelv
relieve Croup, whooping cough nnit
Uronchitis. Sold by w. E. Dement.
ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS
UVStCr r-HlOOH.
C1I P.N'A M t'S STKEKT, ASTORIA
rillll-: I NOEUSlOMiD IS PLEASED TO
I iiiur.itiinn in tli.if i.nlili. fl.ot llrt ll!C tll.
lined :i
K'lklT t'l.tDiU
I'L-um "i v. men e:iU.
Kiwrei: OIXON'. IVopri.-tor
Wilson & Fisher,
SHIP CHANDLERS.
OK.VI.KKS IX
iron. Steel. Coal. Anchors.. Chains.
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
wuorcirr and err galvanized
SPIKES,
aful,s-Col,,,op JC,,,,S tt,ul B,,rr'
Shelf Hardware. Paints and Oils
Ru,'ra,lcl Hemp Packinq of nil Kinds.
PROVISIONS.
FI.OTR A.I .1IITX FEEI.
Ai&nN fui Salem I'Jo'.inni: Mills.
Comer rheiianius ami Hamilton .Street?
ASTOUIA.UItEGON.
U. B. FKANKLTN,
UNDERTAKER,
y-
1&&2
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(" mer t'a-aml Siiiimorhe strcels,
ASIOKIA. --- - OREGON
ikvi.m: i.v-'
WALL PAVER
M
v I n i H W 81 1 A DES
AMi
t N I) K UTA K K U.S tiOOI&
Prcssm eCVl ing ,
riaia :iml Faney
SEWING OP ALL KINDS!
Mi:- i.i:tir ii t-i le-t MUe fmin
1 . ?."m.
Sntlsfiuit inn Giinrantcett.
VI I i i S(i Till I Ti"' F?
" J-1 jijx-jx jj...
ViM tl.w.r in Weion 110111.
jell
Boat BiiilcUnft'.
VILLIAM HOWE
II;t ti.tr J:t"l rctuiUfit fiont hiitlsliColimi-i.i-1-
In le fouml at liN
ui.n hi'AMi in i:i:av.s r.ni.DiNi:
W Ihti" lie N iloin
in:sT-n,Aws wiikk o.viiV.
n. F. Ti:vi:S
('. S. RROWN
CITY
j Pnrkpi Knnirc
'cl Duunu.
Picture Frames,
Steroscopes, Mu
sical Instruments,
Sheet Music, Bijou
terie. & Celluloid
Goods, etc., etc.
: I. STKVF.NS & CO.
NEW BOAT SHOP.
L'p Stair over
AUXOT Jt FKRfHK.VH
FIIIST.CI.AMS WORK JDOX'K.
VZT 1'or p.iitiettlaiN infinite at hup.
Take Notice. .
, ii i t mm
I JU" nugers, LBnirai marKCI,
Has reeeUrd a large invoice or
tt.lKBKLH AND HALF BAllRKrS
of the be-t ituality.
Ana 1? now ready to supply Butchers Can
r "" " &- jsm,--7vSvmV
yp w.. r?r-:a j3-ivfc?
:o supply
, cheap to
neiies ana an others
or cash.
P1CIF1C MliTLAL LIFE INSURAMI COMPM,
Of California.
A. McKINNJE. 3Ianagei.
For Oregon, Washington and Idaho Territories.
OFriiT.-lO FIRST STREET, FORTLAXD, OR.
Iefereuef:
CIIAS. Uonft i;, of Hodue. D.i Is & Co. .
JAMESsrrEKI.,ra.hior First National Bank.
J. A. STKOWBRlDOK. WlioIcale Leather
ami 0ndin.
C. A. DOLl'll. of Dolph, Bronaii'h, Do!ih A:
Simon.
Col. .1. McCRAKEX. of J. MeCraken & Co.
1 V. HEXRlCllsE.V. of Henrlehcen &
GreenberK. l
Dr. ;. K. NOTTAGE, AL 1)., Kxniuluer ami
Fhjslclan.
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An.SCELLANEOTJS.
S. ARNBT & FERCHEN,
ASTORIV. - ORKHOX.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
B1J
s
Boiler Shop
2 Irk .
tm
.h nm jl
r 2 f 1H LJ 31 mil
iZL IMP ? i
r. " m i os 2 mt
"w i F J
O f J- g
o im.
te?mvjr-
'sU'SS-., a -A1J fchiiU ot
ENGINE, CANNERY,
STEAMBOAT WORK
rrnmptly attemieU to.
A sjK'flahy iniule uf repairing
OANNEBY 1)1 KS,
FOOT Ol' LAFAYLTTK STRKCT.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
i:KMnvSTi:Ki:r. Nk vi: J'auk kk Hoi'hK.
ASTORIA. -lOBlSldX.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
BOILER MAKERS.
A I.. ITLTO. 31. .
LlNliMMKBlBIHII8!L2rr,SSS
Boiler Work, Steamboat Work.j. Roomattherameriiooge.
.... . . 10 " HICKN.
and Cannery Work a specialty. dentist,
Or all leei'lptIon iniule to Onler
at Hhort Notice.
A. I. "V.fis, lreitlent.
.1. !. HLortKn, Secretary.
1. W. C.sr, Treasurer.
' .lonxVox, SiiperiutentlenL
WILLIAM EDGAR,w.T BLHXEir'
Corner Main and Chenamua Streets. ' AT-J'OKEY AT LAW.
ASTORIA.... 0RE00N t May be found at the Court Hou.se.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO. l eahk
The Celebrated
JOSEPH ROOCERS &. SONS
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GENUINE W0STENH0LM1
and other English Cutlery.
9TATIOKERY! ',
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS ,
Genuine Meershaum Pipes, etc. j
A line Mock of !
WatehfM anil Jewelry, Mnzzie and i
Breech I.oadlHjc Shot ttuu and j
KlfleM, Kevelver. Plotol.
and AumnuItlOH
makim:
GLAMSKN
ALSO A HJUC
Assortment or line SITCTACI.ES and RYE
IASSE3.
A
Notice.
11HE DELINQCENT TAX JIOLL FOK
. the year 1831. together with a warrant
from the County Court for the collection or
the same. U in my lianas. Delinquent tax
payers will please settle at once and sae
costs. A. M. TWOMBLY,
my3 Sheriff.
References:
.M. S. liURRELL. of Knapp, Buireil Co.
W. V Sl'AL'LDINO. Paeker.ana Cattl
Dealer.
ANHRKW ROBERTS, of Fishel r RobMt?.
JOHN ORAX. of John Cran & Co.
C. !. Wiberc. Boots and Shoes.
.IOS. BritKHARD, Burkhnrd & Spauldlns.
.1. K. HILL, of .J.K. GUI & Cflu, StatlOHew.
FRANK ZiNOVICHk of Zan Biotners.
Enchof the above raenha $10,0Wlnsox-
anee in this Company.
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BUSINESS CARDS.
X C. HOLDES,
NOTARY PUBUO,
AlC-HONEEK, COMMISSION AND
SURAXCE AGEN1.
TAR. J. V. NHAFTKI,
PHVSiri.l. am 8CKCEN.
(DEtrrSCUEK ABZT.)
DiNeaxeM ol'theTkrvatAMyerlaliy."
Ofllee over Conn's Drux Store.
r F.l.O F. PARKKR.
5 fl
'triGt&u fatmv f rtr iniriy I' 1 --'i
, mino. -.;.,, j ,wm r .- . - .--- - -,j- ..-
f OiBeo : Chenamns street. V. at. C. A. ball.
Room No. 8.
I J. B,,zo,rr"'
; I . . 4'iRimlsAtHer, .eUrjr fasUe, d
InhuriiBce Arut.
Agent tor the Hamburg-Bremen Fixe lna. Co.
' of Hamburg, Germany, and of the Trav
elers' Life and Accident las. Co., of Hart
ford. Conn.
e-Office in IMhinn Budding. Rooms II, 12.
Tjl 1. "HIXTON,
Attorney anil Counselor nt Law.
. -)nlcc j Pythian Building. Jtooois 11.18.
ASTORIA. - " - - - OREQOK.
ITAY TTTTTE. M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEOH.
Oitick 0ertfae White House 8tow.
RKKiDESCK-Over Elberson's BaVery. op.
poslte Barth & Myers' Saloon.
ASTORIA,
OREQOSI
Rooms hi Allen's buUdlnn un stairs, comer
of Cavs ami hqemoeqhe streets.
I Q. A. BOWLP.Y.
" ATTOKN'EAT LAW.
Clienamu-i Street. - ASTORIA, ORJKfOa
) Uoerx, WladewD, XllaUi. Tr
Hon, liatfcer, Ete.
All kinds of Oak Lumber. Glas3. Boat Ma
f terlal, etc. .
Turning and Bracket Work
A SPECIALTY.
Steam Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. Geu
evlve and Astor streets.
HEADQUARTERS
Foster's Emporium.
Most Completi Stick in Astoria
Fireworks! Flags!
FmitM Hetk Forties aa4 OsaeAtlft
Wines and Liquors
j Of Superior Brand.
voxufc o -w,ww,l v W.
G. A. STINSON & CO.,
BLACKSMITHING, .
At Capt. Hogers old stand, corner of Caa
aad.Court Streets.
Ship and Cannery work. Horsesaoelc
wagons maue ana repaired, eood
guaranteed.