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Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, June 9, 1883.
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riM ing i S 1 111 II
A CALIFORNIA JUDGE.
"You have often heard the ex
pression, 4If tins court knows her
self, and I think she does,' I'll tell
you where it originated. In early
times, long before the California
excitement, a young boy from
Pike County, Missouri, by the
name of Blackburn, ran away from
his home and went out to the
mountains, lie became hunter,
trapper, Indian fighter and guide,
d at the period where other
jK'opte Income satisfied with their
stature and stop. Blackburn kept
em growing until he towered G feet
4 inches into the air. In addition
to Wis unusual height he was very
ltm and unapproachably awk
ward. His joints were large so
wv his hands and iVet, and in
Wsgnit he seemed to imitate the
undulatory motion of the giraffe.
In his numerous encounters with
griwsly hours and Indians he had
bean pretty thoroughly mangled,
and when he made his appearance
on the coast he was minus an eye.
The ball was there, but the sight
luid been scratched out by the
claws of a grizzly. His hair on
the top of his head was rather
short and uneven, and it stood
straight up. His method of cut
ting tt was to grab a handfull and
saw it off with a butcher knife.
Around the sides and back of his
cranium he didnt bother with it,
so it hung in graceful confusion
about his shoulders and back. lie
had no book larnin' whatever, but
in lieu of that he had a keen wit
and good common sense. "When
the gold fever broke out Black
burn made his way to the mines,
and the miners in a humorous
freak elected him Alcalde, which
corresponds to the office of justice
of the peace. The first case
brought before him was an action
brought by the husband of a
comely 30 ung Mexican woman for
damages against a jgambKer, who
"While on horseback and Intoxica
ted, had run over the lady, knock
ing her down and producing seri
ous consequences.. The trial took
place in the largest cabin in the
vKxnity, and the room was packed
with rough-bearded and red
skirted miners. For a table a
huge dry goods box was placed at
owe on (I of the room, while the
juige seated himself with dignity
upon a smaller one. The gambler,
who was rich, cnrared the best
OMtnscl, and prepared to make a
bitter fight. The judge called the
yog woman to testify. She told
hor story in a simple, straight
forward way, and, when she had
fmitiiied, Blackburn closed the
use. The attorney for the de
foMse protested, but the judge
was firm and stern. Running his
hamls through his upright hair and
fixiug his one eye on the defend
ant he proceeded with duo de
liberation and emphasis to deliver
Uis judgment. He said: 'If this
court knows herself, and she
tMnks she does, 1 fine you the
smhi of 500 damages and assess
upon you the cost of puttin' this
yens gal in good condition.' When
asked to explain his precise
meaning he said he meant for the
Tmbling chap to pay the doctor's
bill and the cost of her illness.' '
When all with one accord give
spontaneous testimony in favor of
St. Jacobs Ojl, we know that its
virtues are such as to merit it, and
we are heartily glad of the gen
erosity which does not hesitate to
give a good article its due need of
praise. Mr. William Hadeler, at
the Marathon Hotel, Wausau,
Wis, relates the following experi
ence: Some time since, said Mr.
U.. I took a severe cold, which
settled in my limbs, and gradual
ly developed into a bad case of
rheumatism. After suffering for
some time, and using many differ
ent preparations (among which
was a remedy prescribed by a phy
sician) all without receiving any
benefit whatever, a friend advised
me to try St. Jacobs Oil. I did so
expecting to receive but little ben
efit, and was considerably sur
prised to feel somewhat easier af
ter the first application. The use
of only one-third of a bottle per
fectly cured me. From a state of
complete helplessness, I am now
just as strong and healthy as ever,
and gladly give all the praise to
that wonderful remedy, St. Jacobs
Parneli's Reply to the Pope.
A cable special from Loudon
says: Parnell has at last made an
official utterance in the-form of an
open letter to a Paris journalist
concerning the Pope's circular.
He announces that he is pleaded
with it because of tiie effect it will
certainly have upon the fortunes
of the real Irish party. The
breach the Papa! circular has al
ready caused among the papers
which affected to represent the
Irish cause, Mr. Parnell says he
regards with delight, because it
will place the Catholic religion
just where it belongs m the poli
tics of Ireland. Some of the truest
republicans in Ireland have felt
themselves compelled to conceal
their sytnpatey with the Irish par
ty and to hold aloof from all par
ticipation in its movements be
cause of the general impression
that, Ireland being the stronghold
of the Catholic faith, no general
Irish political movement could
ever occur, except it were domin
ated by the church. Xow that
the Pope has officially declared
that the church does not recognize
the Irish party, but forbids its
priests to make themselves con
spicuous in its actions, the Irish
people can realize how completely
Irish politics are divorced from re
ligious domination, and Catholic j
and Protestant republicans can i
work together in complete harmo
ny. Parnell concedes that the
Pope's action may have been
astute from a Roman point of
view, but claims that Leo XIII
overreached himself if he intended
to give to England the influence
of the Catholic church in Ireland,
because the principal effect of his
recent circular would leave among
the Irish Catholics the conviction
that in politics they were absolute
ly independent of the church and
among Protcstautsjie conyiction
that they can act with the republi
cans without subjecting themselves
to the domination of Home. Par
neli's letter concludes with the
statement that while a majority of
the Irish people may be submis
sive in matters of faith to the
Pope, in matteis of politics and
nationality they respect them
selves jl Case of Iaterect
"We are informed that the sec
retary of the interior has decided
the Gowen vs. Spithill ease, and
in so doing has reversed the de
cision of the Olympia land officers
and of the commissioners of the
general land office. The case as
represented to us i& a-, follews:
John D. Gowan several vcars aro
pre-empted a valuable quarter sec
tion on Port Susan Jjay, in Sno
homish county. He did little or.
nothing on it, however, and, disre
garding his claims, Alexander
Spit lull shortly after filed his ap
plication to purchase it as a tim
ber claim. Gowen disputed Spit
hill's right, w hile the local land of
ficers sustained Spithill. Gowen
appealed to the commissioner, who
sustained the land officers. Gowen
lurther appealed to the secretary,
who now, we learn, has. reversed
the prior decisions. The effect of
this action will be, as we under
stand it, to violently disturb tim
ber land claimants, who are con
siderably weakened in their pos
sessions by its terms. This par
ticular piece of land is said to be
very valuable, it containing not
only much good land, and choice
timber, but it also being the out
let or natural route to a large body
of timber behind it. In this con
nection we may say that the old
simile of a third dog running
away with the bone while the two
first were fighting over it is likely
to be verified in this case. Spit
hill has been ousted; Gowen is
said to have acquired no title,
while a third man, named Peter
Daley, has quietly taken posses
sion, and begun the cultivation of
the land under'the homestead act
and will in all probability obtain
the patent therefor. Pott-IntcUi-ficnccf.
Serves, brain, and muscles gain
strength and the power of endurance
by using Brown's Iron Bitters.
A Fable lor the Brave.
A fly observing one day a sheep
running with great rapidity iroma
j forest, inquired, "What is the
jmalter, my friend.'" ".Matter
! enough,' panted the sheep. '-Dear
fly, in yonder wood there is a
lion!" "Really, and what of that?"
returned the flv. "Surely vou are
not afraid of a lion?5' ''And doi
you indei'd not fear hiin'f" gasped
the sheet). 'Certainlv not; to
continued, uVou are ri;ht my
friend, he is there; but really there
is no occasion for fear. I con
versed with hun for some minutes
and I even flatter myself that it
was I who annoyed him. Pray do
not be so timid!" At this
moment a spider, who had
just completed his web near
by. appeared suddenl' on the
scene. The fly turned pale, and,
without warning, fainted quite
away. The spider seizing him,
bore him into her web, whence he
never reappeared. "Alas: my
friend," sighed the sheep as he
walked quietly away, "it is not so
much what you are afraid of, as it
is the being afraid!"
ThK powder nerr varies. A maw el o
purity, st renin U and w miesoincness. Ior?
economical than the onliuarj kinds and
cannol be .sold in eomnetitiun trill i Hie iiikI-
litude of low test snort weight, alum or
puospnaie lenders, isoldimluin can, ltov-at-
15aki.n; rewnr.i: Co.. iw Wall-st. X. Y.
RUDDOCK & LEVAKE.
lia- and Strum Fitter.
Have constantly on hand a general assort
ment of goods in our line. Jobbing prompt
ly attended t. llstimates given.
N. 1!. We guarauico our oik.
Shop nearly oppositeO. It. & N. Cos doc!:
Plumbing and Gas Fitting.
Plumbers, Gas. and Steam Fitters.
Jobbing Promptly Attended to-
A Full Supply of
I'.AS FIXTUKES. COCKS, STKAM F1T-
TIXOS, lrrc, ALWAYS OX HAM).
Cannery, and Steamboat Work
Chenamus street, oppose Demeut's Dru
Stoie, Astoria, Oregon.
NEVILLE & CO.
Pacific K"et and Twine Co.
.SAxFi:.xri., April lltli.ISS::.
For KPM'ral convenience,
we have sent a supply of IVo. 30. 12
Ily (ii-iniinc Scotch .Salmon IVct
Tw inc. to the care of A. r..TOHN.SO
fc CO.. Astoria, which will be sold at
low enough figures to make it an object
for all net menders to use it for repaire,
in place ofllie more costly No. 40, 12
Pl. Fishermen who have heretofore used
this grade of twine for repairs, claim
that the durability ot the. patch is equal
to the balance of the net, after the latter
has had a few weeks use. We think it
will be money in your pocket to try it.
For prices and samples apply to
A.M. JOHNSON &CO.,
Xeville & Co. Sole Agents, I o ,-.!o
;:i and re California St. tSan nuicisco.
ASTORIA STEAM LAUNDRY
Is now ready for business.
Is mot respectfully solicited.
ALLWOKK DONE IX A SATISFAC
tory manner at ihlng rates.
All reasonable repairs mado free ot charge.
Garments of all kinds will he repaired
at fair prices, if so requested,
That Hacking Cough can bo so
quickly cured by Stolon's Cure. We
guarantee it Sold by W. E. Dement,
prove it, I will myself enter tLsgMS I T. , .!a.,s ami Thuisdays at 6 A. M.
wood," The fly hurried away, Mf .!mV rff Aslo.ia at 1 P. .
and returning after 'some timej 'Fil!JlJr n iai .w! infill bnwideim
I a a I 1 ;
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of iho Chesf,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Sire!'
ings and Sprains, Burns and
" Scalds, General Bodily
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
Ko Pre piratioa oa earth cquaut St. Jacobs Oil
cj a afe, sure, simple aa J cheap External
Bemedy. A trial entails but tLe comparatively
trifling outlay of 50 Cents, and every oao suffer
ing nUh pain can baro cheap end p atlrc proof
cf iu claims.
Direction in Eleven Languages.
SOLD BY ALLDBUGGISTS AHD DEALERS
A. VOGEILER & CO.,
Baltimore, Xrti, V. S. A,
Boston posesses a tobacconist
who has conceived a plan for the
vfholesale killing off of wealtlry
idlers. He says: "Did 3011 ever
see a workinginan smoking a ciga
rette? Of course not. Cigarettes
are smoked exclusively by wealthy
chaps. Xow, I don't mind telling
you outright what it was that I
hinted at. I'm a cigarette hand.
I work in a factory where o00,000
cigarettes are rolled every day.
AlnrA tlntl 4 ten, if,, r,n,i .t,.i-t.ir ....
"" """j "- s "a
are Socialists. What won H ho.I
i i ---- -
easier than lor us to put
a deadly poison into a whole day's
batch of tobacco? Then away
would go thousands upon thou-j
sands of our oppressors at a puff.
Here and there a good enough
man would fall, but the great ma
jority would be the kind that hurt
Us, and the kind that the world
would be happily rid of. "When
the time comes to bring about an
archy and mighty soon thai may
be, I can tell you we've got it in
our power to destroy multitudes
of the non-producing classes by
just making them smoke them
selves to death. it i perfectly
simple and feasible. We know a
poison one uhifl of which would
llu' otu,it!i v i" pile and Iiridoii
! I, w.tii i .-liit !!ilii oi a tir
ci;n tiIh! jm oi. i:if or UIh Hieek;
t..e .-u-. Ihsi hi, 'i'II. tlu cupiN dilate;
r.a az.irc hiin- n ! n s !. I'n lower
ejt -mi; hi- in, in r- t ,nl, Mti-lh, and
sojiietiii:ellHNs;a ui'tiuistf i! e upjier
1Sj: ot-i-MsioiiHl h id.u'lte, il!i liiuiinuug
or lUToUUUnr, of Uio u.ir.; mi uuuMinl vt
Ttftn of saliva; siliny or furnsl lonue;
brea'li ery fool, jMrikuilarly.in tlte morn
ins, iN.iai :uiitl.le, sometimes om
clous Willi a Kawin4 M.-nwiiion of the
Ktomacit ; at otlivr-, entirely Kone; l!epiliij
pains in Hie toiiiiu'li ; oo-icmoiuiI nmiseu
mid vomiting; ioIcnt pains throulioiit
the ulxliiineii; Im.wcIs liTetinlar. at limes
eo-ilive; stHK luny. not uufrequontly
lineil w ith llord ; holly sv. Won ami hard ;
urine tiirlnd;r(ypimt ion im i-risioiiailydslli-cull
and acN!ii)tnifd hj li!inmh;cugli
sometiiueMilryaiid eoiiiilsie; uneasy ami
liMiirhiii sleep, with Krintllimor the lot-Ui;
!emiKr vari.tlde, hut nenerilly irrithle.
Wheeer the aliow m-iuiHoihk .are
found In exist,
UK. ('. ilcL-iXFAS Yr.KMIFLT('G
wjll eiTtaiuly efi'tvl a cure.
lu l)iiiiiK VruiiriiKo Jmj m;iv ou cvt
them-iuiltie !Ii. C. ?Iel.AXK'S 'j:i:.MI
ll';i:, iiiaiiufttcturtsl by riciiiinn !Jro-.,
it WikI sint-t. Ilttshun;lit l'a. The
urirket is full of counterfolLs. Vou will
he ii-.Lt if it has the signature of l'!iu
inir Itros. ami O. MeLanc.
If yinr .vtorekeeer doc no hive the
genuine, pleae rejort to us.
Send us a three .rent Mainii for I Irui.i
some :,lMrli!lu; cards.
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, l'a.
Kins: of tiie Blood
Is not a "cui all," It Is a blood-purifier and
tonic Impunty of the blood jhiIsous tliesys
tem, deranges the circulation, and thus In
duces many disorders, known by different
names to UlstlnKUish them accordiuto ef
fects, but being really branches or phases of
that great generic disorder. Impurity or
Blood. Such are DuKpsla, liillloiumuf,
Liver Complaint, Constipation, JVcrrotw DU
ordcr. Headache, Backache, General Ifeak
noof. Heart Dltcnse, Dropsy, Kidney Dlcac,
Piles, Rheumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula, Shin
Dlmrderg, Pimple. Ulcer. Strelling, lc,
&c. Kins: or the Itloocl nrcrenls and
cures these by attacking the catnc. Impurity
ui me uioou. Luemisuana pnysicians agree
In calling it "the most genuine and efficient
preparation for the nurnose " Sold hv Dm?-
glsta, SI ier bottle. See testimonials, direc
tions, kc, in pampmet, - iTeatise on Diseases
ot the Blood." wrapped around each bottle.
D. RANSOM, SON & Co.. Props
Buffalo, N. Y.
i . 'r v:?3"55r-.'.i '2a - ,
jFv. Y?iSf$5& V. I... ; !., lufiii ivRJIeil for the citfnfort of
ZfcSr fi &&S&fyS-?'ss-: i-- iu-ct- will lee Wlteon ami
il ItfsSwSMi Fi-5.erV.Jock ccry
F ,i; $3& '' '''J' Wednesday and Friday at 6
."-',, v-- f JvM I ' " riving at Portland at 7 P. M.
- )SmjkSeim , ... .. ,
i ; &. js1 v.-rvsr 1 9 - x3x-ti tirs. i m .ii- iHft i iiniiihi I'vnrv
MfatlBftZeW EiS33?BE,5a9 29 u
i .V JUM -i
umbia Transportation Co.
Sunday of Each Week,
lAStM!t Portia:! at is oVIorlc
jte connect at K:dai:ia
I !" v.! i.rl.
U. l:. SCOTT.
Astoria and Portland.
V.'SSl make regular trijK to Tortiand and
AMoria. leaving llumcirs dock, foot of Mor
iim slreet, Portland, at C A Jt. Snturdavs.
And .M leae Wilson & l'lslier's dock,
Aon:. atfi.. 51. Thursdays.
ja"Krf.s!it c.irrietl at reasonable rates.
WILL MAKE TRIPS AS
To YOIJXCS RI Vi:i:, Mondavi, Weilnesdaj s
Special trips as required.
Will leave Wilson & Fishers wharf at
ii oVIoc; j!tarp, eacli morning. ,
I'pper Astoria. Master.
REGULAR STEAM PACKET.
"Daisy." and Barge.
Will leave Astoria, from Gray's Dock,
For OJney, and Head of Youngs Itivcr,
On Tucstlio h. ru1 t'rldaj v, at S A. 33.
Uet uniiiit; same da ,
For Iir.dins on Lew is & Clark's lliyer,
On Wcdncsdnjs, :1ts A. 31.,
KetuniiiiK same da.
For Fonner's Camp.
On rni!:i. sitr. i iZ layinrovcr night
at the Camp, will leave for Astoria, on Sat
urday, at 8 A. 31. : Kciuming will leave
Astoria, at .; 1. 31.
i?B-For Freight or Passaic, apply on board.
- Qr aLurays wock,mic.c i relent will ue re
Tccived and Morcil, uneeevnry.
V. II. STICK ELS.
A. EE. JOHHSOHf & CO
CROCKERY & CLAS WARE.
Al Wholesale Dealers in
I:ii:iN, Oilt. V:irni?Ixos, OIn.ss.
Pa3'. Aviiiiu Oil and V.'iifer
Colors. I'stinl and H:i!mi-
Constant on hand a full and choice stock.
of Staph-and lvnc Grocenes Only tho
Our Mock or Crockery ami IJIas.
V:ire K the Lari-vt and xmwt Complete
Stock e er oj-ned iu AMoria.
Tea ami Dinner Set-. Toilet Sets. Class.
Flint, and Ws.ter ts. Bar Fixlurcj.. Ale
Mupi. Ponies. KuMie Bottles C(Wei!. Tum
blers I.".'nonade Cups, Ac , a e
i:erythim sold at howet I.iinK!httes.
An Inanimation uilliiioroiimu rejwx ou.
LOKB & ()().,
ACKXTS l'Olt T1IF.
Best San Francisco Houses and
Tumblers Decanters, and Ail
Kinds ofSaioon Supplies.
rBAIt goods sold at San FraiirHnii I'rlee.
Oposite rarKer MiMt-e, Atoria, Oregon.
MAGNUS 0. CROSBY.
EABBWARE, IRON, STEEL,
iron Pipe and Fittings,
PLTJ rDIilJS AXD FTExUr FITTER0,
Goods and Toois.
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
SHEET IRON Till AND COPPER,
Caanery anfl Msieraens SnpBlies
Stovas, Tin Ware and House
JOBBING IN SHEET IRON, TIN, COP
PER PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING
Done with neatness and dispatch.
None but IlRt class workmen employed.
A large assortment ofj
Constantly ou hand.
$&&M pi pjrrwnnrv i55P-
Oregon Railway & Navigation
Cn and after April 1st, 1883.
Ocean Steamers. will sail from San Fran
eico and Portland ecrv three dajs,
U-aving spoar St. wharf San Francisco, at
10 Mi A. M.. and Alrtwortli Dock, Portland,
Tiirousti TielvPts sold to all principa
Hties in the United. Slates. Can.ula and
Rivor and Rail Division.
On and After March 18, 1883.
1 rains leave Portland for Eastern points,
at 7 :0 A. -M. Sundays excepted.
line: DlllSIOS (Middle Columbia).
Boats Ieae Portland for Dulles at :00
IJJauTI'ort-l ""T'T" -- -
land for Mn 1 Tu. )We. iTliu. Fri. I Sat
AtonJ and! I I
lftAr fk.l I I
lntabia....lCAM hAM GAM BAM BAM GA31
Darton. Or !7A3l! ITAM.1 7 All
LoaTe Astoria for Portland at 8 a. in. daily ex
Astoria to Portland.
Steamer Will o "West will leave Astoria
for Portland. I I22.
KetHrnhiir. haves Portland for Astoria.
." A. J5I., daily, Wedueidays excepted.
Pullman Palace Cars running betweon Port
land. Walla Walla and Durton.
Superintendent of Trafllc
C. II. IMtFCOTT.
Ilwaco Steam Navigation Go
Astoria to Forts Stevens, Canby,
Connecting by Stases for
Oysterville and Olympia.
r4j"jw Steam Navigation Co'a stearaors
?S ITnfil fnrTiir wnliii, IVia Tlfffns-
GEX. 3ILLES, ouGEX. CAMBY
Will leave Astoria
On Mcnday3t and Thursdays, at 7 A. M.
Fort S(eu:i, Tort Canby, and Ilnaco
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and
Saturd ci : .
The steamer will leavo Astoria at 9 a.m.
as formerly, not being confined strictly to
I'ire to Fort Stevens ............Soeto
Canby and Iiwaco .. Si oo
es-llnaco frelgltt. by the ton, in lots ol
one ton or over, $2 oo per ton.
JtS"For Ticbots. Towago or Charter applv
at the oSco of Iho Company, GrayV wharf,
foot of Bentua streot.
J. II. D.G BAT, Agent.
Oregon & California R.R Co
.On an altor May 11, 13.e3. trains will run at
"" follows, OAH.V (Kxcept sunilajs).
Ketvtccn I'OItTL.V.D riiiI LE3DALK
Portland 7:30a. u.iGIendale I0.?5 r. v.
Clendale 1:00 A. m. Portland J.-25 v. m .
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN.
l'ortiHBd.. 1:00 P. M. Lebanon 9.20 P.M
Labnooa 4.41 A. M.!Portland10:05A.M
ThoOresoa and California Railroad 1' errj
wakes eartio!' rrith 1I 'ovular Trains on
i'jtJid i ivui'tou
Sletwcen I'urfliinil miI Corvnllin
Portland !.0u A. M.ICorralhs -4:,W P. 51
Corvallis : A. M.Fortland 3:3) P. M
Portlmul - -5:00 r..jMcMinnvilIe.S:oo r.i:.
MciMinnviIleJ::y.",i Jl'ortiand .. S:30 . ii.
C!ois contractions utado at (ilendalo iritb
thoStazo of th 'Iroon and California Stago
xwTkket? fvr s!e at all the principal point
in California and tbo Hast, at Company'?
Corner F una Front Sts., Portland, Or.
ston-jci? will be ohr',i on trcisht reiuain
in atComi.uiy i .irehuicc uvor J4 hours.
Freight will nut 1 roreivoil for sbipmen:
lifter o o'clock P. M. on eitber thu East ot
J. URANDT. Uoc'l Sup'i
B. P. KOilERS.
tfcn'l 1-roightand Paaengor Agent.
Shoalwater Bay Transportation Co.
Astoria to Olympia,
Fort Stevens, fr'ort Cuiiliy, Uua'.
Xorth l.enclt, 03 ntfi-villv. Xorth
Oovo. lctirsons roint. Ilo-
And all points on Shoalwater Ray, and (I ray
Strj. or On Columbia Itiver.
GEN. CANBY. J
- GEN. GARFIELD Shoalwater Uaj
" MONTESANO " GrayS Ilarbot
Connecting with Stages mer Portage.
Iave Astoria for Olympia, at - - 7 A. 31.
On Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
arriving at aiontesaKo the day after leariug
Astoria through trip in CO hours.
Leave Olympia for Astoria on same days.
W. E. DEMENT & GO,
ASTOJtIA, - - - OREGON
Carry In Stock,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET
Prescriptions carefully Compounded,
BOZORTH & JOHNS.
Real Estate Dealers.
A general ageney business transacted
navo Columbia City, Alderbrook, Astoria
and Seaside property for tale.
NEW YORK LIFE.
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Inid lleatli Jjoases. Annuities, Endowments, etc. in 18WJ5 ,31y.gg .
lurrease in IiiHurauce ..... ..............i........ li4WTS.
JSFor further particulars, apply for Annual report at the office, 64 asd FKOST
General Agent for Oregon and Washington Territory.
Wc Hie undersigned, take pleasure in declarrng our unqualified confldenca-ln the flna.
eial aijuiltv alul iiitecnty or tins company, anil iiioroucn reuaouuy 01 me agei
W.S.1.AI31), li.w.coRBErr. c. 11. lewis. Tv.ayadhams, jo
PAUI.hCIiri.T2E. A. U LINDSLEY, JAS. K. KELLEY, KENNETH
DONALD MACLEAY, G. A. 5100NEY.
ROZORTII & JOHNS, Agents for Astoria, to whom all applications should be made
Boors, Windows, Blinds, Transoms, Lumber.
All kinds of
Boat IVJaierial, Etc.
i Boats of all Kinds Made to Ordr.
11 mum --------- lTlfm,,i.,,im...i.... 1,
J37"Ordcrs from a distance promptly attended to, and satisfaction guaranteed In all
-gry ?'" -.se j-,-i r'j'
S. AllNDT & FEE0HEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
Boiler Shop -&
All kinds of
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Bsntox Stkekt, Near Paiikkr Hodsk,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
BoilerWork, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
Oral! Descriptions made to Order
at Hhort Xoticc.
A. D. Wass, Prasedent.
J. O. Hu.sti.eu, Secretary,
L ". Casf, Treasurer.
'SUCCKSHOR TO PAOK & ALLEN.)
Wholesale and retail dealer In
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Wilsom & Fisher,
Iron, Steel, Coal, Anchors, Chains,
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
WROUGHT AND CUT GALVANIZED
Sails, Copper Nails and Btirrc,
Shelf Hardware, Paints and Oils
Rubber and Hemp Packing of all Kinds.
FiOUK AITO MlJLTs FEED.
Agents for Salem Flouring Mills.
Corner Chcnamus and Hamilton Streete
Tra.W?sH.l r I A-
Tt iri amTTt
c-t ::""::? 'Ljccsjjjiay l.im-'Oks
.IU . .J. . tt
"P C. HOIiDCN,
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION ' AND IN
Q.EI.O F. PARKLEK.
Clatsop County, aiad City of Astarta
OfBce :-Chenamus street, Y. M. C. A. hall
Room No. 8.
"P J. WIJiTN,
Attorney and Counselor at Law
ea-Offlce in'Pythlan Building. Booms 1142
ASTORIA, - - - ; OREGON.
JAY TBTT1E, M. .
PHYSICIA2' AND SURGEON
Office Rooms 1, 2, and 3 Pythian Build
ing. Residence Over J. E. Thonaaa' Drat
Tjl P. HICKS,
ASTORIA, --- - - OREGON
Rooms In" Allen's building np stain, eorner
of Cass and Sqemocqhe stret 8.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ChenamusStreet, ASTORIA, OREGON
Ship and Steamboat "Joiner.
WM. B. GRENELL,
HE.it ESTATE AGEIf CY.
CITY AND SUBURBAN TROPSBTY, TIM
BER AND FARM LAND.
SrOftlce uet to F. L. Parker's Store. Cor.
Chcnamus and Benton Sts.
General Commission Broken.
ORlee corner Cass and Chenamus streets,
with John Rogers,
A (!enerl Agency business transacted.
Suits made in the Latest Style, and on short
est notice ; also
Fainted Flowers on thaBreues
SIidies are invited to call and-sea aaaa
ples of this fine worlr.
GENERAL STEAMSHIP AQENCT.
Bills of Exchange on any
Part ol Europe.
T AM AGENT FOR TIE FOLLOWIN
A well known and coinmoiLutLsl.?:nansliJp
STATE LINK, RED STAR,
NATIONAL, and AMERICAN LINE. "
Prepaid tickets to or from any Enropeaa
port. ' 4
For full information as to rates of farev
sailiiiR davs, etc, apply to
I. W. CASE.
I. W. CASE,
IMPORTER AND WH0LE5AEI AND R
TAIL DEALER IN
Corner Cbenaraux and CASf.Areeto.
ASTORIA ... - OJKKOK