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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1883)
Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, June 14, 1883
An Isolated but Attractive Region.
A visit to the country immedi
ately south of Clatsop county
shows a great stretch of coast line,
ccjual to any of the coast counties,
and a country whose natural at
tractiveness is a source of surprise
to all new comers. Leaving As
toria at G A. M., on Leinenweber
& Co.'s new steamer, A. 11. Field,
Gapt. Steve Babbidge commander,
:i run of six hours down the Co
lumbia, across the bar and out to
sea along the coast the summit of
which is still encircled by the melt
ing mists of morning, and we come
to Tillamook Bay, the natural en
trance to a region rich in re
sources, and which is destined to
play an important part in the fu
ture history of our great state.
The bay which is easy of access
opens to the southeast; at its en
trance is a bar which has fifteen
feet of water on it. To the
right as we enter is :i sand spit, a
long narrow peninsula, widening
to the south, and extending down
the" ocean coast for several miles.
This is a resoit for tourists and
pleasure seekers, who contemplate
abiding for a season by the sea
shore. The east or bay shore af
ords admirable shelter in which
to pitch one's tent, while the west
shore has a broad and firm beach
on which a wheel would scarcely
make a dent forming a natural
roadway for miles to the south
where a great cape puts out its
spruce-crowned summit. Crossing
the bar, and rounding in a cove to
the east wc come to Garibaldi,
where at the houses of Mrs. Gal
liou, or P. Byram, visitors can
procure accommodations. At this
place the Miami river finds an out
let. About two miles up this
river, is a large tract of fine land,
now known as Foley valley, so
called from the Foley river which
heads above. Cedar, spruce and
"'firare tbbe found of a size and
quantity one would scarcely ex
pect to see so close to the coast,
and so situated on benches as to
be easily got out. On the point
at the south side of the Miami
.Tos. Smith has a force engaged in
leveling off a mill site, on which he
will build a saw mill which he ex
pects to have in running order by
the 1st of August. A short dis
tance below is the new town of
Hobsonville. Here all is bustle
and activity. Leinenweber &
Brown have built a cannery and
extensive buildings, including a
well stocked store, boarding
houso and outbuildings, and are
making preparations for the be
ginning of the season's salmon
pack. They expect to start up
about August 1st. J. E. Sibley,
the postmaster is the general su
perintendent and is the right man
in the right place. Chas. Brown
is his general assistant, the fact
that he has gained nine pounds in
weight since he came here tiiree
weeks ago, speaks well for Tilla
mook air; he is a favorite with
everyone about the place, Dan
Pike keeps the boarding house,
and anticipates a busy time from
now on. Last year this canner'
began operations, and the experi
ment has proved a success. The
enterprise has infused new life into
this part of the country, and will
form a nucleus for permauent
Heading to the south we strike
the channel en route for Hoquar-
ton. On the left we pass Fuller
Bros, saw mill, and farther south
Idasville comes in view; below,
the Kilchis empties, and still
farther south Wilson's river comes
from its far-off mountain sources.
This is a splendidly watered re
gion, as well as a splendidly tim
bered one, and a country that has
such great areas of timber, through
which flow logging streams need
wait but very little longer for the
echo of the settler's ax. On each
side of the winding channel stretch
great areas of rich bottom lands,
covered with a luxuriant growth of
jjjrassion which feed herds of fat
cattle. These tide lands are only
covered two or three times in the
yMVaiaat' a comparatively small
outlay, could be dyked so as to
insure permanent immunity from j
overflow. The channel grows nar-j
rower, and it is only by the ut
most skill of our captain that he j
can keep the .-1. B. Field from
running into the projecting banks.
At a distance of sixteen miles from
the entrance we reach Iloquarton,
Lincoln, or Tillamook as it is sev
erally styled, thp county seat of j
Tillamook county,and the Portland
of this section of country. This is the
largest settlement in the county, is
the county seat and is a thriving
and prosperous little town, ft is
situated at the northern extremity
of the Iloquarton prairie, at the
head of navigation, and has all the
natural elements of successful
growth. The country immediate
ly surrounding Lincoln is fertile
and yields good grain and root
crops; the town is headquarters
for a large settlement. Until
recently a saloon in the place had
things pretty much its own way
but now the proprietor feels like
one who treads alone some ban
quet hall deserted, whose lights
are fled , whose garlands
dea-1, and all but he de
parted, as the good templars
have displayed renewed interest
in the formation of Tillamook
Lodge No. 415, which at present
boasts of 55 members. At Kilchis
is Kilchis Lodge No. 41G, with 3G
members, and thc3' are both of
considerable influence. Miss
Edith Warren, a clever young lady,
successfully conducts the Lincoln
public school. The principal
business houses are owned by J.
L. Story, Tiik Astorian agent
for Lincoln, Wm. Olsen, Ed. Starr,
Mrs. Nellie Hutchins and G. W.
Fernside. The county offices are
in the second story of Capt. Ed.
Starr's building. The salaries are
such as to discourage the art of
office seeking, and probably it is
as well it is so. The county seems
to be as well governed as if it
spent thousands where it does not
spend hundreds. The climate of
this valley, and indeed the whole
county is similar to our own coun
ty; cool foggy mornings, bracing
breezes from the ocean throughout
the day,bright sunshine and a never
failing rain supply. Tillamook is
emphatically a dairy country; in
that industry lies its greatest
present source of wealth though
the natural resources of the county
appear almost inexhaustible. To
the sportsman and hunter it offers
unrivalled attractions. Its waters
teem with fish; its woods are full
of game from quail to grizzly
bears, and whether it be fur, fin
or feather that the tourist seeks
he can be amply accommodated.
There are few sections of Oregon
which contain more vacant land
than Tillamook county. It was
more to look into this matter of
land than for any other purpose
that we visited Tillamook, as there
is constant inquiry from intending
The best land in Tillamook
county is of course, taken up, and
some of it has been in pasture for
a generatien: there is very little
cultivated land; the chief reason
seems to be that a good living and
an easy one can be made from
dairying and stock raising, by those
who were fortunate enough to get
in to Tillamook at an early day.
Anyone coming in now, if he has
some money can buy excellent
land at what we consider very low
figures. He should have enough
left after buying his land to stock
it, and by a fair industry he can
make money and grow rich. The
settler with limited means can
find plenty of opportunity to
make a home. He can homestead
or pre-empt 3 GO acres of land and
from the start can make a living
for himself and family. The
waters will supply him with trout
that a king would relish, the shores
and inlets abound in clams, his
rifle should furnish him plenty
fresh meat, and a small garden
patch can supply vegetables which
need only planting to grow. But
unless he has lots of grit, energy
and goaheaditiveness he cannot
expect to amount to anything.
It is hard work; there is bruih to
slash down, land to clear, the sun-.
light must be let in, roads must(
be built, and while such a life has'
attractions for the men who go to
make up a country, it would scare
a laz3r man or a slouch who likes -.
to stand with his hands in his i
pockets, should he start on such aj
job. The reward is certain. A
willing man whose wants are few
can in a few vears have a fine
place that will be a home for him I
and his children as long as they
want to keep it. But anyone
who is looking for "a soft job,"
has no use in going to such a
country as we traveled through
the first three days of this week.
Nature has done a good deal for
Tillamook country; she has been
lavish in her gifts; she furnishes
soil, climate and resources of in
comparable value; he who pos
sesses must earn the right of
enjoyment. The country needs a
good many things; the greatest
need is immigration; it needs
sturdy men who will make
homes, they are of even
more value to the county
than moneyed men would be, it
needs settlements of sober, in
dustrious citizens who want to
raise families and enjoy peace and
plenty. This is what will add
most to Tillamook's wealth. There
are in Tillamook county men who
discourage immigration, men who
think new people and .the bustle
of industry may interfere with
their present pastoral style of life;
men who want unlimited cattle
range, and grudge a. "stranger" a
quarter section, even though he
add to the value of the whole
county by improving it and caus
ing a greater demand for the ar
ticle they have to sell. These
men act as though their names
were forever stricken from the
muster roll of duty, and they wer
content to slip down Time's back
stairs to the must and dust of ob
livion. They are "well-to-do"
because they couldn't very well
help themselves, and are unable to
see that nothing will so add to
their own u.ltimate prosperity as
the coming of industrious men
who will create demands and call
for markets hitherto unknown, and
thus cause money to flow into
their pockets. Another of Tilla
mook's needs is prompt and rapid
communication with the outside
world. Small craft have hereto
fore put in semi-occasionally, but
their irregularity and the high
price of freight have tended to
keep the country in a state of
isolation. A small government
appropriation would improve the
channel to Lincoln so that vessels
of large carrying capacity could
come to that port. At present it
is about all the Alpha or Ona or
A. I). Field can do to get there;
the last named vessel is the only
one that runs with any degree of
regularity. Another need is in
creased mail facilities. The Tilla
mook mail leaves Astoria Satur
day and gets to Hobsonville Mon
day. There should be at least
two mails a week: the question of
land or water carriage of mail is a
secondary consideratien: probably
a steamer making regular trips
could be better depended on for
doing this work. Any movement
on the part of Tillamook residents
in relation to this will find an able
second in The Astorian. These
suggestions are only hints to our
friends to the south. It is for
them to act in the matter.
It is not the province of this ar
ticle to attempt any description of,
the county. From where the Ne
halem flows into the ocean to that
wide tract of country towards the
Nestucca which was burned over
many years ago and is now prac
tically a prairie, there is, through
out, a diversified area of land that
will justify any intending settler
on any part to take up an unoccu
pied tract and improve it. Along
Trask river, and farther south on
the Tillamook is a stretch of coun
try that should be made produce a
large amount of dairy exports aud
all that is needed is men to open
up the country. As we 'said be
fore a man that goes to Tillamook
must bo a man that is willing to
take hold, and not be in too great i
a hnrry to get rich. Riches will
come to him who will labor and
wait. The present condition of
Tillamook county is best illus
trated bv the remark that was
mnde to us twenty times during
our brief sojourn among its hos-,
pitable peopler "If I only culdj
get lumber I would build." This,
in a country where a man looking
for a spar or mast could take al
most the first stick so hand with
surety that it would answer his.
purpose. t. present though the'
great forests grow in dense lux
uriance down to the ocean line,
yet lumber is an article of import. I
It is bought in Portland aud Asto
ria, and high freight is paid to
bring the manufactured article to
a country where the raw material
is in tne most oounuicss quanti
ties. This state of affairs will pass
away. Tillamook will awake to a
new life, and in the development
of her great resources aud the
filling up of her fertile valleys aud
hillsides will take the place in the
rank of her sister counties which
Nature manifestly designed for
Reports from the grain produc
ing sections of Eastern Oregon,
Washington and Idaho, are to the
effect that grain never looked bet
ter than at this time. At no
point is there indication of a bad
yield, or even a light crop. If the
weather continues favorable until
harvest, the yield will be at least
30 per cent, greater than the largest
previous year, 1S81. A low esti
mate on this years' surplus for ex
port is 200,000 tons. One fair
shower between this and the 20th
and ripening weather thereafter,
will secure a heavy crop beyond
all peradventure. About 25,000
tons will be raised in the neighbor
hood of Moscow, and of Polemann,
a new town, south and a little
west of Colfax. The settlers
expect the Palouse branch of the
O. R. & N. line to be finished in
time to move this ear's crop, but
it is almost certain the company
will not be able to finish the line
before January 1st. Something
must be done or serious loss will
Tills powder never v.irie. A marvel o
purity. Mrenctli and w li jle.sumentss. Mire
economical than the ordinary kind, and
cannot, he sold In competition with the insl
titude of low test siiort weight, alum or
phosphate powder. Sohlnnlyin emu. ltov
alBakixc Powukk Co.. 105 Wall-sT. X. Y.
King of the Blood
Is not a "cure all," it is a blood-purifier and
tonic Impurity of the blood poisons the sys
tem, deranges the circulation, aud tints in
duces many disorders, known by dlfTereul
names to distinguish them according to ef
fects, but being really branches or pauses of
that great generic disorder. Impurity ox
BIood.Such are Dyspepsia, UlUlousncss,
Liver Complaint, Constipation, Xcrrous Dis
order. Headache, Backache, General Weak
ness, Heart Disease, Dropsy. Kidney Disease,
Piles, Ilheumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula, Skin
Disorder, Pimple. Ulcer. Sicdlinos, Ac.
Ac. Kins: of the IIIoocl prevents and
cures these by attacking tiie cause. Impurity
of the blood. Chemists and physicians agree
in calling it "the most genuine and efficient
preparation for the purpose." Sold by Drug
gists, 81 jer bottle. See testimonials, direc
tions, &c, in pamphlet, 'Treatise on Diseases
ot tlii Blood." wrapped around each bottle.
D. RANSOM, SON & Co.. Props
Buffalo. X. Y.
Gleaning R ep airing.
' EAT, CHEAP AND QUICK. BY
Slain Street, opposite X. I,oeb'j.
- r. w a '-nAMi
" "" w HllHHKs'H
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scafds, General Bodily
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
No Preptrxtlon on earth equals Sr. Jacobs Oil
u a safe, sure, simple and cheap External
Remedy. A trial entails but tho comparatively
trifling oatUy of 50 Cents, and eTery one suffer
ing with pain can have cheap and podtiTO proof
of iU claims.
Directions in Geren Languages.
A. VOGEU3R & CO.,
2JaUlmore,2XtiL, XT. S.JL.
There is says the Vidctte a va
riety of land in Chehalis county
not often mentioned in the public
prints. It is known as beaver
dam land. It is found in tracts
of 200 to 2,000 or 3,000 acres,
generally covered with a growth
of willow, alder and other small
brush which can be cleared and
grubbed thoroughly for from $12
to $15 per acre, and when cleared
produces enormous crops of either
timothy, redtop, wheat, barley,
oats, and all kinds of vegetables,
all of the best quality. Quite a
large portion of the Black River
valley, which is a branch of the.
Chehalis, is this hearer-dam land.
SYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LIVER.
Pain in the right side, under edge ot
ribs, increasing on pressure; sometimes
the pain Ls on the left side; the patient Is
rarely able to lie on tho left side; some
times the pain Is felt under the shoulder
and is sometimes taken for Rheumatism
In the arm. The stomach Is affected with
loss of nppctitc and sickness ; the bowels
in general arc costive, sometimes alter
nating with laxity; the head Is troubled
with pain, accompanied with n dull, heavy
senvatiou in the back part. There is gener
ally a considerable loss of memory, nccom
panied with a painful sensation of having
left undonu something which ought to
have leeu done. A audit, dry cough Is
.sometimes nttendant. The patient com
plains of weariness and debility; he Is
easily startled ; hLs feet nro cold or burn
ing, nnd he complains of a prickly sensa
tion of the skin; his spirits are low, and,
nlthough he issntiMied thnt exercise would
be beneficial to him, yet he can scarcely
.summon up fortitude enough to try it.
If you have any of the above symptoms,
you can certainly be cured by the use of
tho genuine 1K. C. McLANE'S LIVER
When you biiyMctanc's Fills, Insist
on having IK. C. McLANE'S CELE
liKATED LI Vint PI LLS, made by Flem
ing liros., Pittsburgh, Pa.
If you can not get the genuine DR.
C. McLAXK'S LIVER PILLS, send us
SS cents by mail, and wc will send them
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Ta.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Bexto.k Stkket, Neau Pakker TIOtlSK,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
BO!! ER MAKERS.
BoilerWork, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. oral I DexcriptlonH made to Order
at Short Xotlce.
A. D. Wass, Fresedent.
I. (5. Hustler., Secretary,
I. V. Cask, Treasurer.
milE UNDERSIGNED WILL OPEN A
JL School for Dancing, at
Occidental Hall, June 6th,
On Wednesday and Friday
Afternoons, from 2 o'clock until 4 r. m.
and in the evenings from S to 10 o'clock.
Lessons will be given in all styles of dan
cing. Those wishing to Join my class will
please call and see me.
iSeiitleiiion Fifty cents
PROF. J. F.3IE VER,
Brewery Beer Saloon.
The Best Beer 5 cts a Glass.
Hot Lunch every Day from 10 to 12 A. M
The best of Liquors and Cigars on hand.
A deservedly popular place of social resort.
OregonRiilvvsLy & Navigation
Onand aftorApririst, 1883.
Ocean Steamers will sail from Saq Fran
cisco and-v Portland, rverr tkree days,
Le.avlngpear-St. -wharf -San -Francisco, at
10 :00 A. M.. and Alnsworth Dock, Portland,
ThrsHgk TIcketM sold to all prlndfa
clUes la the United States, Canada and
River and Rail Division.
On and After March 18, 883.
Trains leave-Portland for. Eastern point,
at 7 :JJ4 A. M. Sundayss excepted.
SITEK BIYISIO.VMMlddlc Columbia).
joats leave Portland for Dalles at 7 :OC
land for Mon Tn. I we. IThu.
Fri. I Sat
Astoria and I
Salem ....) r kXil
Corrallla-J G I
Victoria.BC!s AM 6 AM
7 AM J
Learea Attorixfor Portland at 6 a. in. dally ex
Astoria -to, Portland.
FAST-J.INR.- - -
Steamer Wide "IVent will Ieare Astoria
for Portland. 1JP. JSU
Returning, leaves Portland for A.storia,
5.A. M., dally, Wednesdays excepted.
Pullman Palace Cars rnnninjt, between Port
land. Walla Walla and Dayton.
A. L. STOKES, AssLst. Supt. Traffle.
C. II. PRESCOTT.
Ilwaco Steam Navigation Go
Astoria to Forts Stevens, Canby,
Connecting by Stages for
Oysterville and Olympia.
Until further notice the Ilwao
Steam Navigation Co'a steamers
GEN. MILES, onGEX. CANBY
Will leave Astoria
On Mondays, and Thursdays, at 7 A. M.
Fsrt Stevcax, Fort Caaby, and Ilwnro
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and
The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 a.m.
as formerly, not being confined strictly to
Fare to Fort Stevens-. ..
" " Canby and Ilwaco ,
911 waco freight, by the ton, in lots oi
one ton or oyer, $?oo per ton.
. arFor TJekaUTowac or Caartq? apph
at-tVeeSee efthe Company', Gray' wharf,
foot of Benton street.
Oregon & California R.R Cc
On an alter May 13, ISM. (rains will run as
follows, DAJ LJf (Lxcept Sundays),
Between rOKTLAXD and GLE.1 DALE
Portland 7:30 A. .,Glendalp.-10 5 p. v.
Glendale 1:00 A. x iPortland 4:25 p. .
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN.
Portland-,...! :0t P. M.ILebanon 9.20 P. Al
Lebanon 4:45 A. iI.Portland10:05 A.V.
The Oregon and California Railroad tern
makes connection with all Kegular Trains on
Oetwecn 1'ortlnatl and Corvallln.
Portland 9.00 A. M.ICorvalli- ....4:30 P. M
Corvallis 8:30 A. M.Portland 3:20 P. M
McMinnvilIc5rt5A..FortIand.. 3:30 a. u.
Close connections made at Glendale with
the Stages of the itrnson and California Stage
Tickets for sale at all the principal poinb
in California and the Eaat, at Compnny'f
Corner F and Front &ts., Portland, Or.
Storage will be charM on freight remain
ing atCompanys Warehouse over 2-1 hours.
Freight will- not be recrired for sbipnien
after & o'clock P. M. on either the Eat o
M est lido DivLioD.
J. BRAKDT. Uen'l Suit
R.KOEIILER, Manage .
E. P. KOUERS.
Gen'l Freight and Passenger Agent.
Shoalwater Bay Transportation Co.
Astoria to Olympia,
Fort Stevens, Fort Canby, Ilwr.r
Xortk Beach, Oysterville. Xortli
Cove, Petersons I'olnt. IIo-
And all points on' Shoalwater Ray, aud Cmy
On Coluiubi.i Rivei
- GEN. GARFIELD " Shoal water Ra
" MONTESANO " Gra ' Harbor
Connecting with Stages oer Portages.
Leave Astoria for Olympia, at - - 7 A. 31.
On -Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
arriving at Montcsaso the daT after leaving
Astoria through trip in 60 hours.
Leave Olympia for Astoria on same dajs.
I. W. CASE,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RE
TAIL DBALER IN
Corner Cbenamus and Cass streets.
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON
Twenty-five Dollars Reward.
A REWARD OF TWENTY-FIVE DOL
f. lars -will be paid for the recovery of the
body of HAZEN A. PARKER, who was
drowned In the Columbia, from off the Clara
Parker whatJ (i tliciraomlng of the 12th
inSt - H.-B.PAJIKER.
NEW YORK LIEE;
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Paiii ioViViV.nMwj.u"A"iinniMM. ijadawiBCHts. etc lm.lStafc. 9&)
increase In JiisHrance...
E?For further particulars, apply for Annual report at tb office, 4 ulM J"JiM
STKEi:T. lOItTliANl,OK. - -fc
General Agent for Oregon and Waaainttoa Toritocy.
if,, ii.i, i.i.jnwinnn,i t.ii-n ntnocitra in aoi'irmir nnr unan&llfled confldencs.In tM
tV :.;....."..., , i.V-,TX .S
r.OZORTII & JOHNS, Agents for Astoria, to whom aU applications sbould.ba Bd
Boors, Windows, Blinds, Transoms, LnmWr.
Boat Material, Etc.
1 Soats of all Kinds 3ad to Order.
iSOrders from a distance promptly attended to, and satisfaction guaranteed in a&
Columbia Transportation Co.
The popular steamer
Which has been refitted for the comfort of
paseneers will leave Wil$on and
Fisher's dock every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6
A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P. M.
Returning leaves Portland every
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 A. M.
Arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
An additional trip will be made on
Sunday of Each Week,
Leaving Portland at 9 o'clock
Passengers by this route connect at Kalama
for Sound ports. U. B. SCOTT,
w.ir. noBsoN, - - master
Is ready for charter, for freight, towage, or
Can be found at Coleman's dock. For
further particulars apply to
Wat. T. COLEMAN & Co's Agency.
Astoria and Portland.
F.II SHERMAN, - - MASTER
"Will tnak regular trips to Portland and
Astoria, leaving BumeU's dock, foot of Mor
rison street, Portland, at 6 a.m. Saturdays.
And will leave "Wilson & Fisher's dock,
.tonn. arc a. m. Thursdays.
errrelglit can led at reasonable rates.
, WILL MAKE TRIPS AS
To YOUNGS RIVER, Mondays, Wednesdays
Special trips as required.
Will leave Wilson & Fishers wharf at
9 o'clock sharp, each morning.
LEWIS G. flAAVEN,
Upper Astoria. Master.
REGULAR STEAM PACKET.
"Daisy," and Barge.
Will leave Astoria, from Gray's Dock,
For OJncy, and Head of Youngs Elver,
On Tur.minjs, and Fridays, at 8 A. 5
Returning same day, j
For Landings on Lewis & Clark's River, '
On Wednesdays, at 8 A. 31.,
Itcturnlng same day.
For Fonner's Camp.
On rridnjM. nt 5 I. 31., laying over night
at the Camp, will leave for Astoria, on Snt
urduy.nt 8 A. 31.: Returning will leave
Astoria, at 3 V. 31.
ffS-For Freight or Passage, apply on board,
or at Gray's Dock, where Freight will be re
ceived and stored, if necessary.
J. H. D. GRAY.
S. ARNDJ & FERCBEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
All kinds of
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
A. Nasal Injector free with eacli
bottle of Sbiloh's Catarrh Remedy
Price 50 cents. Sold by W. E. Dement
' "" h'uEmKM
n;Si t,nwm rSllabnnVnl this ntmar-
A.L.LLTOSLEY, JA3. K. KELLEY, XNCTMIOTl I .
DONALD MACLEAY. G.A.MOONEY.
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AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AK&- DJ
SUEANCK AGSN2 '
Q.ELO F. PARKER.
Clatsop Cematy.aaA City tfAatwta
Office :-Chenamo5 street, T. M. C. A. Mtn
Room No. 8.
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Attorney and CoanaiwatL
S-Offlce in Pythian Boildisc.-tM lWfS
ASTORIA, - - OMCOJf.
JAY TUTTU5. M. I.
PHYSICIAN AND BUJHJJOHj
Office Rooms 1, 2, and SPtI&mBbIM
Residrkcb Over J. E. Thomas' Draj
Store. ' - i
TCT P. SICKS.
PBNTHT, . ,
ASTORIA, - - - "i " tjfaaoyr''
Rooms In Allen's building. up stalls, eonier
of Cass and Sqemocqhs strata. -
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ChenamusStreet, - -ASTORIA, OREGON
T jr. JOXES,
STAIR BUILDEM r
Ship and Steamboat Jimr
TAR. J. E. LaFORCE,
Room 11, Odd Fellows Building, Astoria, Or..
Gas administered for painless extrat!o
WM. B. GRENELL,
II EAJL ESTATE AGEHOY.
CITY AND SUBURBAN PROPERTY, TIM
BER AND FAEM LAND..
EF"Office next to F. L. Parker's itor. 0.
Chenamus and Beaton Sts.
General Commission 3riktri.
Office corner Cass and ChesaaiK
with John Rogers,
A General Agency business transacted.
Suits made in the Latest Style, and em 9feact
Fainted Flowers on tkrj
7Lad!es are invited t call aad. sf i
pies of this fine work. "
GENERAL STEAMSHIP AGENCY.
Bills of Exchange in-tiy
Part oi Europe.
1AM AGENT FOR TIE FOLLOWHff
well known and commodious stCHMftfp
STATE LINE, RED STAR.
NATIONAL, and AMERICAN LINXl
Prepaid tickets to orfrosa aay -gwepety
For full information as to-rateac an,
sailing days, etc, apply to
Shiloh'a Catarrh Eemedyr-a posi
tive cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and
Canker MoatteSold by W.EJiaait -