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VOL. XX, NO. 122.
ASTORIA, OREGON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1884.
PRICE, FIVE CENTS:
"Wrecked When n Boy ami Brought Dp
Ah a Man-eater.
mi m- -. .,,., '
The "Otis Cannibal, as he is known ,
throughout Berkshire count-, has
figured in the criminal court as. le-
fendant in a case for robbing an old
-woman's nnrfc Wrrf nml jmvpt.
womans port barrel, and inven a
month in jail for the theft. "You'd
better have stuck to man meat and
let the pork alone," said an old gran
ger to the prisoner as he passed, out
of the courtroom in charge of an
officer. The prisoner evidently did
not enjoy the banter, and replied: I
wouldn't want ter chew your tough
old carkiss." The cannibal's real
name is Edward. Hazard, and many
people believe that he has really
eaten human flesh. For several years
he has been one of the attractions at
neighboring cattle shows, the little
tent that concealed his not-over-attractive
person bearing the card,
"Only five cents to see the oldest can
nibal in Berkshire county." "While
western Massachusetts has had a
good many queer characters, no one
had. previously supposed that the
county which boasts a college and
such, summer resorts as Stockbridge,
Lennox aud "Williainstown, did really
possess a collection of cannibals of
Till within a year or so Hazard has
led a semi-savage existence in a hut
on one of the Otis hills. He fished
and hunted, and if reports are true,
more often ate his fish and game raw
than cooked, expressing a decided
taste for it in that state. In his hnl
he kept a "boudisb," a hideous idol,
which he worshipped, performing
strange ceremonies- before it in the
dead of night. This he finally burned
saying that it was impossible to have
it bring him good luck unless he
could offer human sacrifices before it.
He continued, however, to worship
any freaks of nature which he found
in the woods or fields, such asstraugo
rock formations, or gnarled tree
According to his story he was
thrown on one of the South Sea
islands when a boy, the ship on which
he was serving as a cabin boy being
wrecked. The island was occupied
by cannibals who made short work of
Hazard's companions, who escaped to
land with him. Two were offered up
to the big "boudish," or idol, of the
tribe, after being tortured terribly by
fire and by other means. The three
others were fattened after they had
apparently been taken into the tribe,
and then slaughtered for a banquet
which the king gave in honor of
friends who came to see him from a
neighboring island. Hazard's youth
saved him for the time being, and ho
won the good will of the king by his
ingenuity in the iise of various tools
taken from the wrecked ship. He was
given a wife, taught to eat human
flesh, and raistd a family. He also
learned to worship the idols of the
islanders, and says he cannot entirely
lay aside the "religious habits" he
formed there. After living with the
savages a dozen years, he escaped to a
passing vessel, paddling out to the
ship on the pretence of decoying the
crew to the island. With all hib
eccentricities he is apparently a
harmless sort of a man, and. the yearn
ing for roast baby which he occasion
ally expresses is laughed at by the
people who live about him.
How a Bear Caught Fish.
Very few people know that bears
take to water naturally. They roam
over the mountains and through the
forests,, dig open rotten logs for ants
and worms, and secure all the hor
nets' nests they can, and tear them to
pieces and eat the young grubs, pick
berries of all descriptions and eat
them, and would seem to belong to
the dry-land animals. The fact is
different They love the water; not,
perhaps, as well as the moose and
deer, hut better than most dry-land
animals. They are very fond of fish
and are expert fishermen, and show
more cunning and instinct, if not
reason, than many city chaps 1 have
seen about the lakes. I camo sud
denly upon a very large bear in a
thick swamp, lying upon a large hol
low log across a brook'fishing, and he
was so much interested in his sport
that he did not notice me until I had
approached very near him, so that I
could see exactly how he baited his
hook and played his fish. He fished
in this wise: There was a large hole
through the log on which he lay, and
he thrust his forearm through the
hole and held his open paw in the
water, and waited for the fish to
gather around and into it, and when
full he clutched his fist and brought
up a handful of fish, and sat and ate
them with great gusto; then dowii
with the paw again, and so on. The
brook was fairly alive with little trout
and red-sided suckers, and some
black suckers, so the old fellow let
himself out on the fishes. He did
not eat their heads. There was quite
a. pile of them on the log. I suppose
the oil in his paw attracted the fish
and baited them even better than a
fly-hook, and his toe-nails were his
hooks, and sharp ones, too, and once
grabbed, the fish are sure to stay.
They also catch frogs in these forest
brooks,-and drink of the pure water
crater in hot summer days, and love
to lie and wallow in the muddy
swamps, as well as our pigs in the
mire. They often cross narrow places
in the lakes by swimming, and also
rivers, and seem to love to take a
turn, in the water. I once saw one
swimming from the mainland to a
big island with just a streak of his
back out of the water, looking like a
log moving along. Sometimes you
see only their heads out of water; at
other times half of their bodies are to
be seen. We account for this differ
ence by their condition. If fat, the
grease helps buoy them up; if lean,
they sink lower in the water. East
Our ermy and navy; our Police and
Fire Departments; our prominent
men and women on land and on sea,
declare that nothing equals St Jacobs
Oil, the conqueror of pain.
Sick Headache, Pain in the Back and
Limbs, Biliousness, Blotches. Boils and
Pimples entirely cured by TYm. Pfun
4er'g Oregon Blood Purifier.
THE REPUBLICAN STATE CO.NVESTIOX
' A ltenublican convention for the jjtate
of Oregon i& called to meet at the city of
Portland, Oregon, on Wednesday, the
30th day of ApnI,lS&, at 11oc1oca. m.,
f r the purpose of nominating candi-
lates for tlle following offices, to-wit:
itepresentntive in congress, judge 01 rw
suprvrue court, the presidential electors,
and di irict officer for the several judici
al districts, and to select six delegates to
Attend the national Republican conven
tion, and to transact such other business
as may properly come before the conven
tion. The convention will consist of 205 dele
gatas, apportioned among the several
counties, as follews:
Baker 5Loke 2
Benton -. 9Lane 10
Clackamas lOjLinn VI
Clatsop CMariou- 18
Columbia 4Multnomah 33
Coos ClPolk 8
Crook .-JITillamook 2
Curry 2Lniatillu. 12
Douglas 12JUnion 7
Grant 51 Wasco 8
Jackson GWashington 8
Josephine SJYanibill 9
The sume being one delegate at large j
from each county, and one delegate for J
every I2.r votes, and one for every frac
tion over one-half thereof, cast for Hon.
II. C. George, congressman, at the last
The committee recommend that the
primaries be held on Saturday, the 12th
of Anril. and tlin ronntv nniiv'jiiinnQ nn
Tuesday, the 22d day of April, unless'
otherwise ordered by thG proper count
The committee earnestly recommend
thwt the delegates elected to the state ,
convention attend in person, and if uol ,
convenient for them to so attend person
ally, that they send their proxies by
electors of the county they represent. "
The Kepublicau voters of the state,
without regard to past political differ
ences, who are in favor of elevating and
dignifying American labor, giving free
popular education to the masses of the
people, effectually protecting all human
rights 111 everj' -section of our common j
countr-, uud who desire to promote
friendly feeling and permanent harmou
throughout the state by maintaining a
go eminent pledged to these objects j
and privileges, are cordially invited to I
unite in selecting delegates to the Be-'
publican state convention. '
SOL. HIItSCH, Chairman. '
Portland, Oregon, Feb. 21, 1SS.
French and American newspapers
have generally reached the conclusion
that England must do a little fight
ing to recover her military prestige.
It is true that there were but few
Englishmen in Pasha Baker's army,
and still fewer in the garrison more
ncently massacred at Sinkat. But
England is responsible for the policy
which involved this loss of life. Eng
land's course in Egypt has alienated
the native population. The Egyp
tian troops have no interest in the
coLtest to which English policy
cubical 10 wnicu .&ugiisii policy
makes them a party. The Egyptians
wanted Arabi Pasha for their ruler.
The English gave them the khedive.
Behind the khedive is the sultan of
Turkey. The English tithe-gather-
ers are the conspicuous figures in
this shadowy government The
Egyptian people are working to pay
the interest on the bonds held in I
England. The policy of England'
has been to collect taxes with as lit
tle show of responsibility as possi
ble. It shrinks from the task of tak-1
ing military possession of Egypt, pre-,
forring to occupy the position of re
ceiver. It, in fact, administers upon 1
an estate in anticipation of the death I
of the owner. England nnd Turkev,
between them, have taken all thn'
manliness out of the Egyptian people.
Armies of rats are ravaging por-
tions of Central America. This is a 1
frequent occurrence in tropical cli-'
mates. In portions of. Brazil these in- J
cursions are periodical, occurring
about every twenty years. This is said
to depend on the ripening of the seed
of the bamboo, which occurs at the j
age of about twenty years. Seeding I
covers a period of four or five years,
each bamboo producing about a peck 1
of seed. During this period the rats I
in the forests multiply in incredible I
numbers. But this is followed by
the fifteen years of bamboo irrowtb, I
when it ripens no seed Then, fol-;
lows the rat famine, and their emigra-.
non to tne cuiuvateu ueius destroy
ing everything edible in their path.
Judge Stockier of New York, sent
to the ministers of this district for
lists of the worthy poor in order that
he might give them a Christmtis din
ner, and when the list showed him
that 5000 and odd dinners would be
required he didn't flinch, but went to
Washington market and bought the
biggest lot of poultry ever sold to a
On the Devonshire coast, in Eng
land, a sea grass (porphyra laciniataj
is collected and made into bread by
cleansing, boiling, chopping, mixing
with a small portion of oatmeal and
baking. This bread keeps from four
to eight days. Most of it is sent to
the small town of Swansea, where the
poorer people are fond of it
General Eosecrans has been de
posed from the chairmanship of the
Democratic National committee, "be
cause," it is stated, "he is regarded as
too scrupulous and conscientious to
be chairman during the presidential
year." The California congressman
could have no higher compliment
paid him than this.
According to the rule of the Eng
lish postoffice, Queen Victoria is re
quired to pay postage like her sub
jects on her letters.
When the territory of the United
States is as densely settled as that
of Franco there will be 6S0,000,000
Pinchback's luck at poker adds
815,000 a year, it is said, to his salary
of" $5,000 a year as collector of New
The Peruvian syrup nas cured thou
sand who wercsuffenng from dyspep
sia,debllltv, liver complaint, oous, nu'
mors, female complaints, etc Pamph,
lets free to any address. Seth W. Fowl
"Hackmetack," a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price 25 ana 50 cents.
Sold by W. E. Dement
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Soro Throat, Bwelllnrs Sprain, BruUea,
Bunt, Scald. Front Bttea,
.158 XIX OTUTE BODILY Fa US ISO 1CHC9L.
SoU bj Drniu i Deiler trtrjwktn. Ftftf Ceou a
bulle. Dirtctloni la 11 Linuxxe.
THE CIIARLEH A. VOOELEIt CO.
csw.T'i:kcM rniuaon. a-t, c. a. a.
jj CELEBRATED 1 1 X
. STOMACH &
They ho work early and late the year
1 round need, occasionally, the healthful stim
ulus Ini:titfI by a wholesome tonic
, like Hostette s Stomach Bitters. To all. Its
purity and eillcicucy at a remedy and pre
venmoof dlscasr cnmnieud It. It checks
incipient rheumatism and malarial symp
toms. reltees constipation, dyspepsia, and
biliousness, arrests piemature decav of the
pli sled energies, mitigates the- Infirmities
of age and hastens convalescence. Korsale
by all Druggists ami Dealers generally.
FOAi & STOKES.
.V FULL I.1XE OF
V I fa K
" iil JUO
en rri ji
OlllD LJiailCLierV I
Fruits and Vegetables.
In Welch's Mew Building
oftlie diseases 6ftho human nice. These
sick Headache, tuiineos after eat-
Inc. aversion to exertion of bod v or
mind. Eructation of food, Irritabil
ity of temper, Low spirit, A feeling
before the eyes, highly colored
tho uso of arcmeily thnt acts dlrectlyon
the Liver. AsaLivermetllclnoTOTT'S
PILI.S have no emial. Tlielr action on
tho Kidneys and Skin Is also prompt;
removing all impurities through theso
three ' scavengers of the system,"
producing appetite, sound dljrostlon,
regular stools, a clear skin nnd a vig
orous body. TUTT'S Pit LS cause no
nausea or griping nor interiero with
dally work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
boldevervwUereSsa. Office JiurrnySt.N Y.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
G rat Hate ou Whiskees changed kv
stantly to a Glosst Black by a single
application of this DVB. Sold by Drug,
'osts.orsentby express on receiptor jL
Office, U Murrav Street, New York.
HT73 KAHUUi C? ttZFUIi 2i:iff2S 7SXZ.
Astoria Shooting Gallery
Next Door to A. G. Sppxarth's
Chenainus stieet, near Main.
Try Tour STx.111
.Kt a MarKsman, and win a
FltsT-clais Guns : Charges Moderate.
Open till 10 -.30 P. M.
A . IV. GATES, - - Proprietor.
Oregon Paint and Varnish Works,
Paints, Varnish ana Lacper.
Any shade mixed and ground to order.
C. F. PEA USD & Co.,
P.O. Box 148. Portlaad. Or.
On Genevieve street, opposite Boiorth &
W&ZZ&r ft wm
Ed. D. Curtis & Go.
STYLE AND FINISH.
A COMPLETE STOCK.
Hardware aid Slip Chandlery
A. VAN DUSEN & CO.-
Hardware and Ship Chandlery,
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish,
Binaclc Oil. Cotton Canvas,
Hemp Sail Twine,
Cotton Sail Twine,
Wrought Iron Spikes,
Galvanized Cut Nails,
Paint nnd Oil. Groceries, etc.
H. B. PARKER,
Hay, Oats, Straw.
Lime, Brick, Cement and Sand
Wood Delivered to Order.
Graying, Teaming and Expreaa Business
Horses ana Carriages for Hire.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Wilson & Fisher,
iron. Steel, Coal, Anchors, Ghains,
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
NAILS AND SPIKES,
Shelf Hardware, Faints and Oils
FLOUR AI ItllLI, FKK1.
Agents for Salem Flouring Mills,
and Capital Flour.
All sizes, at Portland Prices, In Stock.
Corner Chenaimi and Hamilton Streets
C. H. BAIN & CO.
Doors, Windows, Blinds, Transoms
Turning. Bracket Work.
X specialty, and all work guaranteed.
Oak, Ash, Bay, aud Walnut lumber : Ore
gon nnd Port Orford Cedar.
All kinds of boat material on band.
C. H.BAIX AGO.
B. F. STEVENS & CO.,
CITY BOOK STOKE.
Mora (net received a mammoth stock of
Books. The youiiR and old, rich and poor
can all be accommouaieu.
AGENTS FOR THE
Kranleh A Bach sad Mamlsfeldt A.
Xotnl FiaH88Hd Western
Ordera for all kinds of Music or Instru
ments will be promptly filled,
m s B. F. STEVEN'S & 00.
JOS. P. LEATHERS
Fonnerij over Arndt & Frchen' Machine 8ho
IS BUILDING FIRST-CLASS BOATS IN
the "hop formerly occupied by M. John
son on Cncomlv street, one block west of
Hansen Bros' Mill. Mode!, Material and
R. M. LEATHERS
Has reopened his boat shop, over Arndt &
Ferchen's, foot of LaFayettft street, mid is
prepared to turn out
AXJ. WJKK GVAMAMTKED.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
H, B. PAJBKF.If. Proj,..
ASTORIA. - - . OUKQOtf.
AI.CKOSBV, - - Day Clerk-
Phil. BOWERS, - - Nljrht Clerk.
Jas. DUFFY has the Bar and Billiard room.
First Glass in all Respects.
FREE COACH TO THE HOUSE.
IT ISA FACT!!
JEFF'S. CHOP HOUSE
On Concomly Street
That he has always on hand '
FRESH SHOALWATER BAY AND
"JEFF" IS THE 0SS CATERER.
Ue hat been Proprietor or the "Atirara
notel" In Kfiapptos nerea yearn.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
A Good Cup of Coffee
AND OYSTERS AT
Mrs. Powell's Coffee House;
On Main Street next to Oregon Bakery.
HV A3D WKLL EQI'IPPKD
L. Serra has rebuilt his establishment and
is prepared to accommodate thu traveling
A good meal furnished at any hour of the
day or night.
'ihe finest Liquors and Cigars at the bar.
Two doors west of Ike Foster's.
u&i-Gra LUIGI SERRA.
Fiffures Nw Ue !
Or THE CHOP HOUSE
Can prove by his books that he l doing the
biggest business of any
In the city, and he will guarantee to give
the best meal for cash.
HALF GALLON TINS.
At WILSON & FISHER'S,
rA Liberal Discount to the Trade.-S
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Bknton Stbket, Near Paukkk House,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
LAM MAKE EEIES
BoilerWork, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. CSTIlSTGhS ,
Ofall DeNcrlptionH made to Order
at Mhort Xotlre.
A. D. Wass, President.
J. G. Hustlbb, Secretary,
I. W. Cask, Treasurer.
John Fox, Superintendent.
S. ARNDT & FEROBEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine .Shop
All kinds of
Promptly attended to,
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
ASTORIA CANDY FACTORY
Patronize Home Manufacture.
All my CANDIES are of the
A full assortment
NUTS, FOREIGN FRUITS, ETC.
3MN P. CldUMA.
Oregon Railway & Navigation
During the month of February. 1884, Ocean
steamers win .sail from roruanu to son
Francisco, and from San Francisco 10 Port
land, as follows, leaving Alntworth Dock,
roruana. at uiauignt, aua apear aireei
Wharf, San Francisco, at 10 A. at. :
iroraSan Francisco.l From Portland.
Columbia .... :;.... 9State of Califorcla.10
Oregon ..l4iColumbia 15
State of OauforiiIjl9iOregon . 10
Columbia , 24 State of California2
Oregon . 29Co umbia March 1
State of Cal..MarcU 5j Oregon L. 6
Throush TicketH sold to all principal
cities in the United States, Canada and
Passenger Trains leave Portland for East
em points, at 7 :30 P. M. daily.
RITER' DIVISION' (Middle Celambla).
Boats leave Portland for Dalles at 7 :O0
IMonl To. IWe.lThu.1 Fri. I Sat.
Astoria and I I I
loner Co.1 I I
lnmba....lSAM RAM RAM RAM CAM
Drton. Or :7 AM JTAM; II AM
coUShs::!!5!- ! !"'.
VIctorixBCifi AMG MCAM(fi AM,-AMiC AM
Lsarea Astoria for Portland at 6 a. m. daily ex
Pullman Palace Cars rnuninx bat wee a Port
land, and St. Pan!.
C. H. PltESCOTT. JOHN MUTE,
Manager. Sup'tof Traffic
A. L. STOKES, E. P. ROGERS,
Assist. Sup't. General Agent
of Traffic Pat)enger Dep't.
Oregon & California R. R
OREGON & TRANSCONTINENTAL
On and after February 24th. 1SS4, trains will
run as follows : DAILY (Except aundays).
Betneeu POKTL.t.Dnnd PIICE.V1X.
Portland TOA.MIPhonnix 5:00 a.m.
Phoenix 7:tf P. M Portland 4:25 p.m.
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN.
Portland 4 :00 p. at.1 Lebanon. 9 o p. M
Lebanon 4 -AC a. m. Portland... 10 :03 a. m
The Oregon and California Railroad Ferry
make? connection nith all Regular Trains
on Eastside Division.
Between Portland and Cor-ptlllft
Portland 9 :0o A. M.iCorvalli- 4 :30 p. M.
Corvallis 8 :30 a. M.lPortland 3 :20 p.m.
Portland 5 :00 P M'McMInnvllle 8S0PM
McMlnuvllle5:45 a m Portland 8 i3U A M
Close conuecilons made at Phocniq
with the Stages of the Oregon and Califor
nia Stage Company.
esTlckets for sale at alt the principal
points In California, at Company's Office,
Corner F and Front Sts., tortland, Or.
Freight will not be received for shipment
after 5 o'clock P. 31. on either the East or
West side Division.
R. KOEHLfcR, JOHN MUIB.
Gen'l Manager. hup't. of Traffic.
Aaat Sup't- Ueneral Aa't
of Traffic. Passenger Dep't.
Ilwaco Steam Navigation Go.'s
Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort Canby,
Connecting by stages and boats for
Oysterville, Montesano and Olympia
TTnMl fitthot nnHna thft riuronn
b Steam Navigation Co.'s steamer
Will leave Astoria
On Mondays Thursdays, and Saturdays
(Oysterville and AIonte3ano mall days.
at 7 A. M.
Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and Ilwaco
Tvesdays. Wednesdays, and Fridays
The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 A.M.,
as formerly, not being couflned strictly to
Fare to Fort Canby and Ilwato, .T5cts.
t3T"Ilwaco freleht. by the ton. In lots of
one ton or over, $2 per ton,
HT"For Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the office of the company, Gray's
wharf, foot of Benton street.
J. U. D. GRAY,
Columbia Transportation Co.
Tin iiuliir steamer
Which has been refitted for the comfort o
passeneers will leave Wllon and
Fisher's dock every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6
A.M. arriuing at Portland at 1 P. M.
Returning leaves Portland every
Tuesdays and Thursdaus at 6 A. M.
Arriving at Astoria at 1 P4 M.
An additional trip will be made on
Sunday of Each Week,
Leaving Portland at 9 o'elock
Passeneers by this route connect at Kalama
for Sound porta. U. & SCOTT,
THE THIN6VALLA LINE.
Between NEW YORK and SCANDINAVIA.
First-class Steamers and good usage.
Ticket ftr sale at A. M. JOHNSON'S.
Agent, Astoria, Oregon.
The Astoria Passenger Line
WILL AFTER THIS-BATE HAVE ITS
headquarters at its Stables next to B.
B. Franklin's, two doors blow Thk AdTO
biax office. First-class Livery service Carts
with horse furnished, for one dollar per
noor. carnages on application
Tha Astoria Passenger Line Hacks will
leave for Upper Astoria from the-stables.
Horses tako to board.
OEO. A. DORBIS, GO.0tJ3.
ATT0RNEY3 AT LAW.
Office iu Kinney's Block, opjtllti CUf
Hall, Astoria, Oregon.
Q JR.. THOMSON, -
'Attorney and Counsel a! Lim.
Room No. C, over White House,
ASTOKiA. QREuoar.- ;
a vr. Fuvros. o. & rttiaba.
FULTOft BBOTHEBS, -'
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. '
Rooms 5 and C. Odd Fellott 1
ATTORNEY AT LAW. '
Chenamus treat, - - A3TOKIA. O9f0iS
JOSEPH A. GILL,
aa-Offlce with J. Q- A. Bovrtby,
p J. CUliTIS,
ATT'ir AT LAW.
Notary Public, Commissioner at DtttgUt
California, New York and Waaalagtosi nc
Rooms 3 and 4. Odd Fellows BoUdscA
N. B -Claims at Washlnjic. D. X tmt
collections a specialty. ,
A V. AIiL.ES,
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIM."
rp C. UOLDEX,
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AXU IS
SURANCE AGENT. 'J.
ARCHITECT AND DRACGHTsUU.
Scholars received for Course of DrUflhilfetf
rOmce over Walt House Stow.
r ELO F. PAKKKK.
Clatsop CouHty.aall CltyCAafH
Ottlce :-Chenamus street, Y. M. 0. A &&
Room No. 8.
F)B- 3T. BO ATM AS.
Physician and Surfee:
Rooms 9 and 10, odd Fellows BuUUkc
ASTORIA, OREGON. "' '
JAY TUTTIiE. M. . .
PHYSICIAN AND STBOSCH
Office Rooms l, 2. and 3. PythlaaBmiU
Residkkce On Cedar Strwt. back'of
St. Mary's Hospital. -
f. r. hicks. . x. ail.
HICKS tfc SHAW,
Rooms in Allen's Building, up stair. r
ner Ca-s and Squemuqua streeU;-AUt
GEO. P. WHEELER.
WHEELER & ROBE;
Real Estate i Insurance Aiettl
We have very desirable property la As
toria and Upper Astoria for safe. A1m, laa
farms throughout the county.
Accounts carefully adjusted and coOm
We represent the
Royal, Norwich UnioH aad I
Hhire lBsnraaee CU
With a combined capital of SI
Travelers Life and Accident LaMir
nnce Co , or Hartford, andthaaa
hattan Life JnMnraaee C..
of New York.
Wo ow irronts fni- tha Tn1Ut nmtt Wdfc?b
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GENERAL STEAMSHIP AGENCY.
Bills of Exchange on My
Part oi Europe.
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well known aud commodious sttMMUp
STATE LINE, RED STAR,
NATIONAL, and AMERICAN LDTZ. .
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sailing days, etc, apply to OAJK.
Shoalwatcr Bay Transportitlwi 'Ct.
Astoria to Olympia,
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Connecting with Stages over-Fortafet.
Leave Astoria for Olympia, at - T A: WL
On Mondays, Thursdays and SMarday.
arriving at Montesano the day after MMtaf
Astoriathrough trip In 60 oomif.
Leave Olympia for Astoria oa saaa 4af a-