The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883, September 17, 1882, Image 1

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Vol. XYII.
Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, September 17, 1882.
No. 145.
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A MERITED COMPLIMENT.
The administration of Governor
Thayer is now a thing of history. !
On his accession to the executive '
chair he found the affairs of state!
in great confusion, resulting from
I he profligacy of the preceding ad
ministration. The state was deep
ly in debt; its credit was debauch
ed until its bonds weie below par.
A board of political leches, fos
tered and fed by the carelessness
or corruption of his predecessor,
had fastened themselves upon the
body politic, and were fattening at
the expense of state. The state
was paying an enormous price for
the keeping of the insane; had no
asylum of its own; no public build
ings that were worthy of the
name. He can look .back with sat
irfaction over the record of the
past four years. The credit of the
state has been restored and its
bonds are at a premium. Its float
ing debt has in a great part been
dischaged; the "organized offices"
bummers have been cast into outer
darkness. The state now boasts a
fine asylum, built cheaply and paid
for. Moic than that there is now
left from the proceeds of the build
ing enough tax money to furnish
the building and make it ready for
the reception of its unfortunate
occupants. To bring about all
these desirable results, Governor
Thayer has labored with an eye
single' to the public wealth and to
their accomplishment he has con
tributed in no small degree.
Oregon City Enterprise.
Queer Apples.
Some paities in Ilarrisburg, Alas
ka, ordered a lot of apples in
boxes by the Elder from San Fran
cisco. The steamship did not
reach Townsend in time to rcship
on the Alaska boat, so the fruit
was sold in Seattle and New Ta
coma. Stone & Co. bought a large
number of boxes. Upon opening
one Mr. Stone found snugly hid
den away in the center of the box
a bottle of Cutter whisky. Several
boxes have been "sampled," and a
general average of one in three
has been found to contain a bottle
of the genuine brand. Those in
Tacoma gave equally spirited re
sults no joke intended so that
there must have been in the entire
shipment something like four
dozen bottles of whisky. Those
poor miners at Ilarrisburg will be
sorely tried when the California
arrives 'there and it is found there
are no apples aboard. For if there
is ai.y thing the average miner
does like, it is apples of that
va riety. Seattle Chronicle.
It is the duty of this legislature
to send to the U. S. senate a man
who will be an advocate of civil
service reform, who is reliably a
friend of purity in politics, and a
fair representative of the public
and private morality of which the
state of Oregon has reason to be
proud. Whoever fills this meas
ure of manhood and true citizen
ship will be acceptable to the peo
ple of Oregon. A senator of the
United States should be the peer
of any man living. He should be
above the plane of the mere politi
cian. There should be no scram
ble for this high office. Acting for
the people and representing the
state in all its dignity .and strength
this legislature should and we
have no' doubt will select from
among its distinguished citizens
some one who can safely be en
trusted to represent its interests
in the senate of the United States,
and will never prostitute its honor
to selfish ends. "Willamette Far
mer. The Sultan of Morocco has 3G-t
wives,
have
What a nice Jtirae he must
when his mother-in-law
comes to see him!
Too Mucli Legislation.
There is alwavs a flood of bills
proposed before ever' legislature,
and the great majority of them are
useless. The work of the legisla
ture is as much to leave well
enough alone as to attempt to
amend the laws we have. There
are multitudes of people who have
axes to grind, and enough mo:e
who have hobbies to ride on
crochets thev have faith in, and;
the result is a host nf measures i
that cus-ht never to nas. Thol
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forty days, and there h no tune to J
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waste. Olympia Jranscnpl. j
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The Liverpool Courier ays a!
terrible alarm has been wealed
among the ladies by the announce
ment of a visitation of the most
dreadful kind nothing less than
the arrival of the hoirible disease
of the hair, known as the plica po
lo7iica, which has hitherto been
confined to Poland and the fion
tiers of Russia. No medical sci
ence has been able as yet to ascer
tain the exact cause of the disease,
which renders its victim a most
hideous object to behold, trans
forming, sometimes almost bud
denly, the most beautiful and luxu
riant crop of hair into a matted,
disgusting mass of snaky ropes,
which stand out in hoi rible confu
sion, alL over the head, through
which no comb can ever be drawn,
and which can never be cut, owing
to the agglomeration of the roots
into one united mass, which, as
the roots are filled with blood,
would cause the sufferer to bleed
to death were they removed.
To uphold the Sunday law is
the duty of every man. It is not
necessary for him to believe in
God, the Christian religion, or the
sacred character of the Sabbath.
Every man toils with .brain or mus
cle, and every man who works for
himself or for another, owes it to
himself and his physical organiza
tion to see that he has the legal
right to a holiday once every week.
Every laborer should demand it
for himself, and even' employer of
a man or beast should concede it
in the interest of humanity.
8. F. Argonaut.
Horace Greeley's famous stage
driver, Hank Monk, is now em
ployed on the proposed line of the
Northern Pacific in Montana. A
particularly bold but inexperienced
road agent attempted to stop
his coach the other day, but Hank
whipped up his horses and dashed
off with fire bullets whistling after
him, one of which struck a horse.
The animal did not, however, break
down until the stage reached a
freighter's camp.
It has been announced that
Charles B. Wright, whose donation
of a fund for the building of an
Episcopal church edifice in New
Tacoma is .well known, has
promised Bishop Paddock the sum
of $100,000 for the erection and
endowment of an Episcopal col
lege in that city, as a portion of
the fund of $130,000 required for
this purpose.
A body was found last week in
the Columbia near the mouth of
Lewis river, which is supposed to
be that of .1. M. Fletcher, of Van
cover, who so mysteriously disap
peared about five months ago.
Mr. Fletcher was the first register
at Vancover and afterwards was
elected prosecuting attorney of
his district.
A writer in the London Field
says that no two tigers arc alike.
One may run away when vou
whistle to him, and the next mav
obey the whistle in a manner as to
convince you that he is coming to
dinner.
CLIPP1NCS.
An Arkansas girl refused to
marry her lover unless he per
foimed some heroic deed. He
eloped with her mother.
The Chief Red Cloudy who was
kicking up a row the other day.
has the scalps of foi ty-eight white
persons hanging in his lodge. It
would seem as if he had lived long
j enough for an Indian.
A woman at Lincoln, 111., left
"iiiCiO in rvicli lr will "n tho widow
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in Lincoln who shall first secure a
i i 1 t -v -1 J
husband.' One widow secured a
. . . . .
husband and that casli in forty
. A fi ., . .,, ,
minutes after that will was read.
England is biding mules ull over
tt SOuth to send to Egypt. If
she could only get hold of some of
the old vets, of 18G1! Thov would
nray Arabi Bey out of his own
country in less than a fortnight.
No one need feel so bad about
the American round dance. The
most popular dauce in Hungary is
one in which ever' man hugs two
women at ence, and Hungary is
jretting along right smart as a
countn'.
An instrument has been invent
ed by means of which a person
can see a distance of sixty feet
under water. The man who fishes
for two hours without a bite can
now take a look and see what the
trouble is.
A stranger called at forty-eight
different houses in Cleveland and
asked, "Is the boss home?" There
was no man home in any one in
stance, and yet forty-seven of the
women promptly replied: "Yes,
sir what do vou want?"
Dan. Longfellow sold his log-
ging camp on North Bay, Mason
county, last week, ior 25,000, to
Samuel Coulter, of Seattle. The
claim contains over 200,000 acres
of fine timber lands, and the sale
includes camp, cattle, railway,
lands and outfit.
The American consul to Japan
says that a Jap. can live and grow
fat on one-sixth of the provisions
thought necessary for an Ameri
can. This country will never be
great until its corn cobs and po
tato peelings are untilized outside
of its boarding houses.
Washington Territory boasts the
widest gauge railway yet reported.
It is an eight-foot gauge logging
road running back from Skagit
river. The rails are wood, eight by
eight inches. The cars are large
and are carried on eight wheels of
nine-inch face with double flanges.
The barkentine C. C. Funk,
recently built at Marsh field, left
that place for San Francisco lum
ber laden a few days since. She
has been built at a cost of $3?,000,
and will carry 700,000 feet of lum
ber. The assessor and tax collec
tor caught the Funk for 2-l2
taxes.
Judge Ho't in a recent card in
timated that he would hold that
the counties of Washington Ter
ritory had the right to tax lands
sold b' the Northern Pacific to in
dividuals, notwithstanding the fact
that the company had not re
ceived patents from the govern
ment for the land sold.
"That,' said Bigglin to his wife,
when she told him that a now silk
dress was necessary to her health
and happiness, "is toodiaphonous."
"Now, Bigglin," she answered tart
ly, "I want you to understand that
I am not to be put down by mu
sical terms. You may call it a for
tissimo or a trombone, but I'm
going to have that dress."
Sparkling Eyes.
Rosy checks and clear complexion
only accompany good health. Par
ker's Ciinger Tonic better than any
thing, makes pure, rich blood, and
brings health, joyotig spirits, atrength,
and beauty. Ladies try it Bazar.
OTIPBIBff fill
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RHEUMATISM
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Meuralgia, Sciatica,lumbaao,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scafds, Genera! Bodily
Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
Ko Preparation on earth equals St. Jacobs Oir.
a a afe, sure, simple and cheap External
Braedjr. A trial entail but the comparatirely
trifling outlay of 50 Cents, and erery one suffer
ing vrith pain can have cheep and podtire proof
of its claims.
Directions in Eloren Languages.
E0LD BY AILDBUGGI8T8 AND DEALERS
Iff HEDI0THE.
A. VOGEUER & CO..
Uaitimore, Xtd., V. 8.A.
SHORT BITS. .
"Docs your mother play cards?"
inquired 13illy of his chum. "1
don't know,' responded Jimmy;
"but she often plays a lone hand
on me.'
Anna Louise, Gary's husband,
Mr. Jiaymoud, says that since her
marriage she h&s entirely recov
ered her voice. We thought she
would.
A Milwaukee woman has kept a
kettle of boiling water on the
stove every night for the past
twenty-two years in order to scald
burglars.
MOTHERS, READ.
Gents: About nine year nso I h-id a
child two years old unit almost dead. -The
doctor I hud attending her i-ouM tint u-II
-what ailed her. 1 asked lilin if he did not
thiuk it was worms. He said no. How
ever, this did not satisfy me, ns i re .-on-vlnccdin
my own mind tha -h,. . ,;.
obtained a bottle of I. C alcl.A n::s
CLXEBKATEI) VKRMIFlHiKigciii.iut '.
I gavo her a teaspoonful in the mo-t'lr.i
nudnnothcratnlRht,nitenvhichhPia-cd
seventy-two worms and un: v.rll htld.
Since then I have never boon vitt.mit U
in my family. The health of my ch'l.n.-n
remained mi good that 1 had nrk.ifl
wntehing their actions until alHm H.nc
wcelcs aso, when two of them rc rptt-d
the same sickly aimeanmre that lannv
did nine years ai;o. So I tlnuilit .1 unr-i
bo worms, and vent to work atonrr utili
n bottle of IK. C. ZUol.ANK'S Ki:i:i.
FliOi: between lour of my -hii'.r.n. lb lr
aqes Icins as follow, j A her. S y. v.--; i 'hur
ley, t ears; liuma.GjearNniui.'iyt it.
Now come, the result: A lift am! .-.inm.t
cameoiitaIIl:;ht,tu! fharlry :'m 1 frr'j
llvc and Johnny about -i.t wn..-. T c
result wus so gmaifyin:; that I .iit !o
day. In showing the wonderful t-ll'rr nt
f'our Vermifuge around, t'tloa. and in w
rivp the worms on exhibition ifi iii :ore.
Your, truly, .Ion:. ril'KK.
The .nuii.o lilt. C Mel VN'f. Kit.
MUTCi: i. jiiauuf.u.'!umii!ji
Heming Bros., Pittsburgh. Pa..
:,n: -.r Ihe siguiitutv of C. 3'cl.iic
and ririiiinfr ro-. It i nevor made In
.-.t. luisor W'heeliuj.
It. ur you a tin enuhio Trice, i"i
rent iKiilk.
FM'XUH; BKOS., i'HI.Nlwnrh, ia.
IJ M CaEBMTED' l A
W STOMACH
SlTTErtS
That terriblo 5Courcc fcrcr and acue. nuil
its convener, biliou." remittent, bc-ides nffec
tions of tho ftomach. liter and boircli, pro
duced by miasmntic air and water, aro eradi
cated and prevented by tho use of Hostctter's
Stomach liittcrs, a purely vesotablo elixir,
indorsed by physicians, and more oxtcnsively
u?cd as a remedy for tbe above- class of dis
orders. 03 well as for many other, than anr
medicine of the ace. . t
For "ale by all Druggist; and Dealers
Eenerally.
K&&fr wl Vv'jRl -
SROSCOE'S first class
Oyster Saloon, ikG)
fimVAMKS STREET, ASTORIA.
mUE.UXDERSlC.XliD IS PLEASED TO
JL announce to thc!pull!c that ho has op
ened a
FIKST I,A$.
353ati32.s; BCouse ,
And furnishes in lirst-elassstvle
oystki.s. nor cofki:i-' tea. irc.
vr TICK
Ladies and Gent's Oyster Saloon,
nu:xA.Mt;s stkeet.
15 .W'uhf i:m .i rail.
r.OVOE'MXOX, froprietor
A. K. JOHNSON & Co.,
lUii 0.11,1 111
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lu aim ul
Koi'i". :iii1 C"ori":?ij of'ill Eiiutls.
RlocKs. i':iJis anil 31oti:iliiicof
nil sizes.
Th 4'mitii I.'s"h NYotrli
Sa'mtMi nvi Twiue.
Il'fi'riiixxri Tt"iri; Camas, nil
3To"s ("oiirTiipeI Oats.
The best astnicnt of
GROCERIES
In Town.
The Rot CiH-TKES ami TKAS.
TrjoiiiI"3eIroje Ita!iinj;IonIor
l'Mticly the best eer made.-
CJj&JSJXEIXZ GOODS
nf all kinds put up l best l'arkors.
l!idiant".i:"s and Itobbln's fanned Uooils.
Tprins t'esli. ProlltK Small.
im cm: rs a calli
13. B. FRANKLIN,
UNDERTAKER,
Comer Cos and Smicmoqlio streets,
ASTOBIA, ---- OKECJON
UK.VI.Ktt IN
WALL PAPER
AND
WINDOW SHADES
AM
UNDKKTAIvKKS G00D6.
XX,QggX3Q.gi'hg,lTl S 9
Plain and Fancy
SEWING OF ALL KINDS!
Suir- mailo in thi' IM stjle from
?."i t.j ?.
Satiifactinc Gnarantned.
MHR. OKO. IIX.IA.KK.
Xi'' door lo Weston House.
Joll
Boat lOixlXcllxisr-
WiLLIAM HOWE
IImmii-; lately lctunioil from British Colum
bia, is to be fciiiid at his
OLD ST WD I I.ItAVS BI'ILDINC
When lie Is doint;
VI IIST-'li.SS "JVOStlv OXI.Y.
ST. HELEN'S HALL,
ART SH'.I'AK'WIKXT.
miii: coin's ok teachers lon; en-
JL iMged in St. Helett's Hall has jast been
rcintortrd hy the addition of sl.v new teach
ers, ihe of iht'iu from rromiuent educational
institutions of tin E.Lsleni States. Two or
these an eniraued in Ihe Musical Denart-
! input, three in ihe English and one (MISS
' l'ULLIUKi in the Art Denartmeiit.
.MISS l-'ULI.TCIv is a laoy of En-jlish birth,
but educated in this countrj. She was
radu.ited at Vassar College, and lias since
s.'ent much time in the best private Studios
in the Eastern Slates. She comes with the
highest rccoiiuiu'iiilatioiL. for her attain
ments and skill as a teacher of Tainting and
Dmnimr. Tt:e-.e cover the whole ground of
iiistruetieuin the best Art Schools, embmc
lii'tOH P.iiid'nsj in luidsenpe. Flower and
Slill-lhV Studis; Cravon. Charcoal, "Water
Crlors. rcncll. Ten ami Ink, and Decomtive
Art in all its brant-he--.
MISS FCLLICK is a lady of liberal edu
cation am! .superior culture, and the Hector
and rrini-inal of St. Helen's Hall recommend
I tliisdeparlnieut of tlieir school toits patrons
with enllre conndeuce, being well assured
that ii wr.s never under a more competent
) Instructor, or one nf moie varied acquire
I menls. s.o.d.lm
Equalization of County Assessment.
NOTICE IS JJKUEBY GIVEN THAT the
Asses-sincut roll t.r property liable to be
taved in Clatsoji County for the vear 1SS2,
will be completed by the fint Monday in
October. IS-. ; and the County Court pursu
ant to law has lived that day as the time for
all persons interested to examine the same
at th" County Clerk's onice in the Court
house in Astoria, in said county, and to note
objections thereto if any there shall be.
W."W. PARKER,
did County Assessor Tor Clatsop Co., Or.
Astoria, Oregon, September St h, 1SS2.
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S. AKNDT & FERCBEN,
ASTORIA. - OKKCOX.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
BLACKSMITH
.tr-.
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Boiler Shop
All kinds or
B'" vll SUf UAil M Jjil X .
AND
STEAMBOAT WORK
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
CANNERY DIES,
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Bkntom SrjtKKT, Nk.vk I'AKKr.n House,
ASTORIA. -; OREGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
. BOILER MAKERS.
i
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LAND MARINE ENGINES
Boiler Work. Steamboat Work,
and Cannery Work a specialty.
Or all lcoriitIonH biuiIc- to Order
at Short Xotlcc.
A. D. "W.vss, President.
J. (5. IIustlrr, Sccretarj.
I. W. Cask, Treasurer.
John Fox, Superintendent.
WILLIAM EDGAR,
Corner Main and ChenainuiStreots,
ASTORIA OREGON
nr.Ai.v.ii in
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
TheCehdimted
JOSEPH RODCERS A. SONS
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY!
AND THE GENUINE WOSTENHOLmI
and other English Cutlerj"
STATIONERY I
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
Genuine ETeershaum Pipes, etc.
A fine .stock of
WatehH anil Jewelry. Muzr.Ie anil
Breech Loading Nlint Gbiih iuiiI
IlilleN, Revolvers, IMmIoIm.
and Ammunition
MAK1.VK
,VUSO A FIXK
Assortment of nne Sl'FCTACLRS and EYE
(tluVSSES.
IV A It IN OKCIAKi:i WITIIOI'T"
n n ni vo i ic i. i
And no terms of peace null! !
every man in Astotia has a new i
l,-rj.-pt..suil JI -i)lliel
&v
1IAIK IJY 3IKAWV.
Look at the prices
pfvnts, Oenufne FrSich Cas.sim"ere "- p w
Suits from - -- -- - 25 no
Tlie fltiest line of -aninli im ti.,- .,
.iuch uuiii. r. J.ilKAY.
Cass street, ne.M to Hansen's .Jewelry More
School Tax Notice.
lUUdS. at IllV Ofilco at. tlli Miliu ctrnof n 1, . .
for the net sivty days from date hereof.
ray onr Lives In time and save costs.
.T.G.irUSTLER,
Clerk School District No. I.
Astun.1, Oregon, Sept. loth 18S2. dCOil
BOAT FOIIXIK
A ROUT THE 21st OF JUNE A BOAT
jj-came asnorc at my place on Elk Creek.
White boat. 23 feet lomr. 7 feet beam. The
owner can have it by applying to me at Neh-
icaniKum creek, proving property and pay-
ingcharges. JOHN' WALTERS.
Sept. 12th, 1SS2. d3t-wlt
-s co i P i 5
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shopJIAi
..itrt.eWc- 9 a. J
xpauragfSfck&a
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7 t. a
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dB,"W
B tVl.i
mnTin'1'.vD.v..n..r.,. ouuuuir oi a cannery on tne property, or
f po 1 llh 1 AX PAY ERS OF SCHOOL IMS- said company. Plans and speciffcatWsean
-i. tncto.i, Clatsop county Oregen: You he seen at the ofllce of A. w. Ferguson, No.
are herehy notified that the assessment roll 2. Pi thian huiidiug. Proposals may be ad
ror "''J'".'0 tax in district No. l. for the dressed to Rov 200. The right to reject any
TearlSS2 is comnleted nml will l.n , ,n, n-nii hi.i nr,..i J
H,Z-CiM.
BUSINESS OARDS.
I? V. 1IOI.DKX,
Notary public, .
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND
SURAXCE AGBNl.
TJR. ,1. CJ. NHAFTKR,
fUVSICHX and grTKCE..
A iUKUTHClLKK ARST.J
; DimrnHCK oftho TkrtmSyeuaty.
voice over uonn s urns inon.
Q.KLO F. PARKE8. 31
' SURVEYOR OF
Otflco :-Chenamus street, Y. M. C. A. baU,
Room No. 8.
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Xtary pmbUe. amA
Insurance Ageaf.
AKont tor the Hamburg-Bremen Fire las. Co.
of Hamburg, Germany, and ol the Tmt
rfeis' Life and Accident las. Co., of. UJHT
ford. Conn.
3)fllce In Pjtldan Building. ooas U, 12.
p D. WIMTOIf,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
jrorace in Pythian BuUdlnjr. Rooms ll, 12.
ASTORIA, - - - - OSBGOK.
TAY TVTTMt, M . 1.
thysician ans myfl'gM;
OKKicK-Qver the,lrtite BWifJKtril
Rksidknok OverElbersoa's BAketyT'dp-'
posite Rarth & Myers' Saloon.
1 L. VUE.TOX'. 31. .
n.
1'hynleiau and. Srce.
iSH
TCI P. HICKS,
HENTIST,
ASTORIA, - - - - OR8GON
Jtooms In Allen's building up stairs, cenier
of Cass and Sqemocqhe streets.
T K. I.hFOKCK.
DENTI8T
Denial Koohh arer Cuc'i Stre
Clienamus Street, - - Astoria, Oregon.
I Q. A. BOWLBY.
l.
ATTORNEY AT LA"W.
Chenamus Street. - ASTORIA. OREQUtt
w."T-ras,OT'
( ATTORNEY AT LAW.
May be found at the Court House.
G. A. STINSON & CO.,
m iouitiiiiia
DLAorxoriii i ninu,
At Capt. Koers old stand, corner of Ca
and.Court Streets.
Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoeing.
Wagoai made and reptiired. Good woni
Kuaranteed.
TA.XX.ORI1TO.
Cleaning Repairing.
N'KAT. CHEAP AND QUICK, BY
CKOKE L.OVETT,
Main Street, opposite N. Loeb'a,
HEADQUARTERS
Foster's Emporium.
Most Complete Stock in Asttria
Fireworks! Flags!
KruitM Both ForelSR Oatetto,
Wines and Liquors
or Superior Brand.
i FOSTER'S CORNER, 0 R &K DOCK
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! NfttlPP in Riliirfr
PKOPOSAI-S WILL BE RECEIVED AT
the ofiice of the Point Adams Papains-
i Company, until noon, Tuesday, Septeinher
2Gth. 18?j, for tuniislung Uie material, aad
dtf
,
J.C. LID WELL,
President.
BOOKS .
FOR THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS!
CAftL ADLER.
A complete stock of School Books and.
school supplies. Any book used In tha pab-
lie schools of Clatsop County can be obtained
at my store. CARL APf-ElT