01 r PRICE, FIVE CEHTST; TOL. XXT, NO. 57. ASTORIA, OREGON THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1884. A BELIEVER IX rOXFEDERATK 'RIl'. One of the curious characters of the state was an oldj fellow named Broughey, who formerly lived in Po- cahontas" countv. and who died two or tli'ree vears ago. He was most uncompromising, re used to be reconstructed, and up to the time of his death never lost faith in the final success of the confederate cause. This he showed by the fact that he would take confederate money for anything he had for sale. He used to maLe a great many canes, and when the circuit court would meet in his county, he would come into town loaded down with a bundle of them, which he would sell to the members of the bar, or anyone else who would give him Confederate money. He said that "old coiifeiF wan good enough for him, and that the depre ciation in its value was but a scheme on the part of a few men who would gather it all up for a song, and then nave it redeemed at face value. The neighboring county of Green "brier issued during the war a great deal of county scrip, which was noth ing more or less than a promise on the part of the county, then claiming to be a part of the confederate states, to pay full value in legal tender of the realm. Colonel Joel 31 cPhorson was clerk of the county court of Green brier county at the lime the scrip was issued, and'every piece bore his sig nature. Our old friend Broughey walked into Colonel McPherson's office ono day, several years after the war, laid his heavy walking stick down on the table, pulled a big bowie knife out of its sheath and laid it by the stick, took the mate to his bowie out of his boot and deposited it alongside its twin, unstrapped his belt, to which was appended two navy six-shooter revolvers in their casp, and then tak ing from his pocket an enormous wal let, spread out before Colonel Mc pherson hundreds of dollars of the old county scrip. "Now," said lie. when he iiad it nil displayed, "I want this redeemed. Your name is on every .pitee, saying that it is good for so miH-h. I want my money:" The colonel looked at the siotker, then at the array of scrip, then at the arsenal. The scrip was genuine, the artillery ready for action, and the old man in earnest. "Why, my dear sir," said the colonel 'I have no funds with which to pay you. I was but the officer of the county, and am not personally re sponsible for any of the county's debts." "I don't know anything about that," was the- reply: "your signature is on there saying that the scrip is good. Now, I want my money, and mean to have it." "Those things were to be paid in confederate money, anyhow," saidt Colonel McPherson. "That was all the kind of monev we had in those days." "Well, that's what I want," said Broughey. "Confederate money is good enough tor me." Colonel McPhersou drew u sigh of relief. Excusing himself for a few momentSj he went out and soon re turned with enough confederate mon ey to redeem all the old man's scrip. He was out of a bad box, and the credit of Greenbrier county had been saved. Charleston (W. Va.) Cor. Detroit Free Press. A New Raiting Euterprls. B. Robinson, of the Pacific Lumber company, arrived by last steamer and brought with him more materials for rafting the piles and logs that the company is preparing to have towed to San Francisco. The first lot will be readv to start by the first of next week. If the tug Escort JVo. 2 be not employed to do the towing, a tug will be sent up from San Francisco for that purpose. The company's mill has not yet been built, and the piles to betaken down are for use in and about the mills and wharves, which -are to be constructed at Ahneda bay. The theory upon whioh the new com pany proposes to do business is a new one on tuis coast, they believing that the cheapest way to move the Inmber is to tow it below in tho log, as they propose, and saw it there, where all the refuse can bo mado available for one purpose or another. Robinson brought up with him several hundred feet'bf cable ohain, to which the raft will be attached, in sections, by shorter chains, each section being entirely independent of the others. The long chain will rise and fall with the swell of the sea or tho strain that may come upon it by any prticular section of the raft, and therefore is not liable to breakage. The different sections of the raft will be bound at each end by wire cables, tightened by heavy turn-buckles. When this scheme of transporting logs and piles to San Franoisco wa3 first broached here, some of our expert lumbermen expressed the opinion that the plan would prove a failure. It does not look that way to us at present The men engaged in the enterprise mean business and they will convey the piles and logs to Sau Francisco in the manner proposed, but thev may not realize as great a profit 'in the business as they anticipate. We are somewhat inolinod to hope that they will not. Our millmen have repeat edly been accused of laying waste our forests without correspondingly bene fiting the country. If the Paoific "Ltunber company makes a success of ' the new departure, we are liable, one of these days, to seo all our logs and piles taken away by a tug boat, now and then, and then the occupation of ourjnill bands and the many schoon ers engaged in the lumber trade will be gone. Coos Bay Mail. " i TJnin.43pokano county the bailiff in charge of a hung jury on which thero were several ladies informed the hus band of one of them, for a joke, that the jury had put the lights out The way that doubtful husband made tracks for the court house was very .amusing to the boys. BMkaabe indicates kidney trouble jwbiblx St Taoobs Oil will cure. A Point Well Taken. The Chicago Tribime brings an old fact freshly into the foreground. It is the certainty that no Pacific coast state will rote for a man who favors the curse of Mongolian immi gration. The record made up by that paper is as follews: When the Chinese bill was under consideration in the senate, March, 152, Edmunds voted against it; Sher man was paired with Pendleton against it; Hawley aa paired with Butler against it; Harrison was paired with Maxey against it; and Logan did not vote. President Arthur vetoed that bill April 4, 1832, and in his veto message he took occasion to speak in derogation of the bill, and in the mo-st complimentary terms of tho Chinese. On the passage of the bill over the veto in the senate, April 5, 13S2, Senator Edmunds wa3 paired with Senator Garland, and, it was an nounced, would have voted no; and Senator Logan was paired with Sen ator Ransom, who was for the bill. Thus it will bo seen that Mr. Arthur, Mr. Edmunds, Mr. Sherman, Mr. Logan, Mr. Hawley, and Mr. Harri son stand in a hostile attitude to the prohibition of Chinese immigration. It would appear from the record that the Pacific coast Republicans can consistently have but one candi date, and while this ono Blaine was not in congress when the Ohinesobill was under consideration, his views wero expressed in the senate in a speech made in February, 1379: Ought we to exclude them the Chi nese? The question lies in my mind thus: Either tho Anglo-Saxon race will possess the Pacific slope or tho Mongolians will possess it You give them the start to-day, with tho keen thrust of necessity behind them and with the ease of transportation be fore them and with the inducements to come, while wo are filling up the other portions of tho continent, and it is inevitable, if not- demonstrable, that they will occupy that great space of country between tho Sierras and the Pacific const In a republic es pecially, in any government that maintains itself, the unity of order and of administration is in tho fam ily. Tho immigrants who como to this country from all portions of tho British islands, from Germany, from Sweden, from Norway, from Den mark, from France, from Spain, from Italy, come here with tho family as much enirraven on their minds, and in their customs, and in their habits as we have it. The Asiatic, who brings neither wife nor child with him, can-! not go on with our population and make a homogeneous element. The; idea of comparing European iinmi-j graiion witu an iisiatiu liumigruwun that has no regard to family; that does not iccognize the relation of husband and wife; that does not ob serve tlTe tie of parent and child; that does not have in tho slightest degree tho ennobling aud civilizing influ ences of tho hearthstone and fireside! Why when gentlemen talk loosely about immigration from European states as contrasted with that, they are certainly forgetting history and forcettinsr themselves. The states of California, Nevada and Oregon have fourteon electoral votes. In a close election these vote3 will be wanted. It can never bo pre dicted of a candidate that ho is to carry tho election by an overwhelm ing majority. Tho Republican candi date may need these votes; they may be the pivotal votes in the pending election. If it be asked why the Pacific states are for Blaine, it is because his record is satisfactory on a question which has become a vital ono, and because it is certain that these states cannot bo carried for any Republican candidate who in speech or vote has shown hostility, or even indifference, to the measure to limit Mongolion immigration to this country. Bret Karte's Enemies. I remember Bret Harte telling me that after he had published his first successful story, multitudes of ene mies sprang up around him and filled the papers with comments on the im mortality of his matter. His fir3t successful piece was "The Luck of Eoaring Camp," describing the baby of a castaway woman which was adopted by the oamp. The treat mentof the story none could assail in point of oharming stylo and poet ical insight and touch. The very fact that he had proved himself to be a master made these unseen enemies, who lie around every bright man's path, redouble all their exertionB on the bad morality of the baby of a castaway. He said that the fiercest of these articles was published in a paper where he had once set type, and ho protested to the editor, who was his friend, and said that that man must be a very violent enemy. "Why," said his. friend, "it is not a man "at all, a woman has been writing these attacks on you. She keeps a table at a charity entertainment giv en bv the ultra-fashionables, and I will walk through with you this eve ning and point hex out" When Harte stood abreast of tho woman he wa3 astonishod to find that it was ono he had known in his wilder youth, when she was unmarried and had be stowed her fondness upon him. She recognized him at once, and stood ready to meet him with scorn. She had married a rich and prominent person, and, aware that ho knew jof her lapse from grace, had' hated him with that extraordinary hato those who have sinned themselves oxpresB for those who sin a little. Cincin nati Enquirer. W. E. DEMENT & CO. ASTOltIA, - - - OREGON Carry in Stock, DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET and FANCY ARTICLES. Prescriptions carefully Compounded THE GREAT GERMAN REMEDY FOR PAIN. Rft&rei isd ecru RHEU3tATl'S3r, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, BACKACHE, HX1D1CHL T00TH1CEI, SORE THROAT, . QCDfflV. swxixisa3, SPBAIXS, i2sH Cats, BtcLm, rB03TBIXE3. nvstxs, scaxds, mn ms l Bonn Ditlen. DIikUccj la U SfcattsjAYegalsiC:. (? ksxtua A. Tcebe A C.) BiJUaan, X&, F.5.A. King Blood Is not a "cure ell." It is a blood-purifier and tonic, lmpunty of the blood poisons the sys tem, deranges the circulation, and thus in duces manv disorders, known by dlnVrent name to dulinguUh them according to ef fects, but being really branches or phases of that great generic disorder. Impurity or Itlood. Such are Dyrcpsla, mUiavutnc, Liver Complaint, GmliMuton, Xcrrous Di order. Htadaclic,Bac(acht, General Wcak ne. Heart DIhom, Dropty. Kidney Dineewe, FHh, i:heunalUm, Catarrh, Scrofula, Skin Disorders, Plnmlcx. Ulcere. Suxlunfjfi, Jcc.. Ac. KInjr of the Itlood prevents and cureR tb&s? by attacking the cavte. Impurity of the blood. Chemists and physicians agree lucAUiuglt "the most genuine and efficient preparation for the purpose." Sold by Drug gist, 81 per bottle. See testimonials, direc tions, &c, in pamphlet, "Treatise on Diseases of th Blood." wrapped around each bottle. D. RANSOM. SON & Co.. Frops wuTalo. N. Y. TUTT'S PILLS torpid'BowelsT disordered liver, and MALARIA. From theso sonrccs arise throo-fonrtha of the diseases of the human race. These symptoms indicate their existence: lou of Appetite. Sowels costive-, Sick Headache, fullness after eat Inr, aversion to exertion of body or iniad, Eructation of food,TrritablI lty of temper, Xjow spirit, A feeliag of havlnaxneglccted lemt duty.TMx zIuessjFlutterlngatthelleartjDoU before the eyea, highly colored rrlue.COKSTlPATIOW.ttnd demand the UBoofaromody that acta directly on thoLivor. AsaLivormodlclneTITXT'S PIXS have no oqual. Tliolr action on tho Kidneys and Skin is also prompt; removing all imparities through theso three scavengers of the system,' producing appetite, sound digestion, regular stools, a clear skin and a vig orous body. TUTTS PILLS cause no nausea or griping nor Interfere "with daily work and aro a perfect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA, bold everywhere 25s. OfHco AlurrnyS LNY. TUTTS HAIR DYE. Quay Hate orTThibkebs changed In--stantly to a Glosst JJuck by a single application orthls Dte. SoldbyDrua sists,orsentbyexpres9onreeeIptof$l Office, 44 Jluxrav Street, Nevr Yorfc. 17770 m?Aii or trairn accia no. Drugs and Chemicals J. E. THOMAS, DRUGGIST Prescriptions carefully compounded Day or Night. CLATSOP MILL COMPANY Manufacturers and Dealers in Lumber, Salmon Trays, BOXES, ETC OFFICE AND MILL, CORNER SALMON AND CEDAR STREETS, ASTORIA. Oreeoa. WBL EDQAR, Dealer In Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes Meerschaum and Brier Pipes, GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY Revolvers and Cartridges. CORNER MAIN AND CHENAJITJS STS. The Gem Saloon. The Popular Resort for Astorians. For tbe Finest of Wines and Liquors Go to THE GEM. SALOON. ALEX. CAMPBELL, - - PROPRIETOR. ?Jli&?85l53S of the -A AND Jk Pharmacist. fS iastoriaVc? A I k 2 HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. - : PARKER HOUSE, IT, B. PARKER. Proi... ASTORIA, - OREGON. v r ,? rosur, fh'UUf Dci Clerk. Night Clerk. f First Claas in-aU Eeapecti. FKEE COACH TO THE HOUSE. Campi Restaurant. XEW AD WELL EQUIPPED THROUGHOUT, L. Serra has rebuilt his establishment and is prepared to accommodate 'tbB traveling public, A good meal nualsned at any Lour 'ol the day or nlgbt. The finest Liquors and Cigars fit the bar. Two doors west ot Ike Foster's. nS-Cra LUIOI SERBA. Fipres Sew Lie ! AXD JEFF OF THE CHOP . HOUSE Can prove by LU looks that he U doing the blssesl business ot any RESTATJEANT Iu Uio city, and bo will Ruarantoe to give tho best meal for wvsb. MARKETS. WASHINGTON MARKET, .Haia Street, Astoria, resoa. BXKGMAXWtSEKBY, PK9PJUETOK8. RBSPECTFCLLY CALL THE AtTEN tlon of tbe public to the fact that tho above Market will always be supplied V lth a FULL VARIETE ANDTJKST QUALITY FRESH AND, CURED MEATS VI Which will do sold at lowest rates, whole sale andrctaU. .!! Bi'-Special attention given to supplying ships. WYATT & THOMPSON. DEALERS IN FRESH AND CURED MEATS, CHOICE GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Crockery and Glassware. TVrm Feed,!to Pacific Market. N. DAVICH & CO. - Proprietors. Leave Your Orders for Fisli Game, Eggs, Butter, VEGETABLES,. ETC. "We furnish Provisions. Fresh and in Good Condition. Dressed Chlcteni. Vegetables, and Market Produce of all kinds in season. A Fine stock of Family Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Tobaccos. STAR MARKET. WHERRY & COMPANY, Fresli and Cured Meats, Vegetables, FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS. OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL, CHEN'AHUH Mtreet, AHtorU, Og G. H. BAIN & GO. DEALERS IX Doors, Windows, Blinds, Transoms Turning, Bracket Work. A specialty, and all work guaranteed. Oak, Ash, Bay, and Walnut lumber ; Ore gon and Port Orford Cedar. All kinds of bo.it material on band. c n. baix A, co. T. G. RAWLINGS. Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Tropical, Domestic, Green and Dried FH.UITS. .NUTS. CANDD2S, DRIED MEATS, ETC. Fise Cigars and Tefeacce. Next door to I. J. Arvold's, 8qneraoqua St. Brewery Beer Saloon. The Best Beer 5 cts a Glass. Hot Lunch every Day from 10 to 12 A. M The best of Liquors andClcan on hand. A' deservedly popular place of social resort. GEO..HTLLBR. S. ARNDT & EERCHEN, ASTORIA. --" OREGON. The Pioneer Machine Shop BLACKSMITH SHOP Boiler Shop ---- . All kinds ot ENGINE, CANNERY, Aim - STEAMBOAT WORK Promptly attended to. A specialty made ot repairing OAJN1VERY DIES, FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET. ASTORIA IRON WORKS. Brsrox Stbket, Nkab Tabkxb Houak ASTORIA. - OBEGpN. GENERAL MACHINISTS AND BOILERMAKERS. LAND anaHAEfflE ENGINES BoilerWork, Steamboat Work ana tannery wonc a spe , ciajty. CASTINGS , Of all Descriptions sandc to Order at Skert Xetlce. . A. D. Wabs. Prsldent. J. Q. Hustlrk, Secretary. L W. Case, Treasurer. JOHN'Fox.Superlnteadent. BOATS AND TENTS 4 o S3 3 cc Est 5" 3? o 8 - o o o pr 3t 2 o - D a 2 S.S p xn ' P a c 2 2 re o 5 ;3B "V o us 3 t 13 c a. a. 3 3 o 3 O cr o P a. o 3 2 cr Si C N 3 3 3: S3 a o o a. o 3 FLAGS, ETC ETC. 10,000 BOTTLES SOLD Great- Northwestern Remedy. TAKE IT W.PrUNDER'S. OBEQPNBJLBODPORinER KIDNEY $.UVE&DlSEASS,.nYSPEPS!A" LJUJHt.3 PIMPLE9.K.0TCBES AND SKIN DISEASES headache; cosnvENEsa. Those wno work early and late nee I a wholesome, reliable Medicine like Pfunder'a Oregon Slow Parlfltr. As a remedy and preventative of diseases it cannot be beat. It cbeck3 BbeoaiUsm and Malaria, relieves Coaitipatloa, Dyipepsla and Biliousness and nuts fresh energy into the system by making .-lew juca juooo. au urugi;isrs ana Deal ers Keep ic. su ooiue? a inr 95.0a A. V. Men, Wholesale and T.etall Dealer in MILL FEED. Glass and Plated Ware, TROPICAL-AND DOMESTIC FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. Together with Wines, Uquors(Tobacco,Cigars Garnahan & Go. SUCCE8SOE8 TO I. "W. CASE, IMP0RTKR8 AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IS GENERAL HEBCHAKDISE Corner Chenamus and ASTORIA - - - Cass streets. - OREGON Magnus C. Crosby Dealer in HAfiDf ABE, II, STEIL, Iron Pipe and Fittings, STOVES, TINWARE AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS SHEET LEAD-STRIP LEAD SHEET IKON, i3P TRANSPORTATION LINES.1 Oregon Railway .Navigation COMPACT. OCEAIIfIvisiOS. Dorfnz the month "eTMune.lg&i: Ocean Steamers', will sail' from. PortlandMo-' San Francisco.-nnrf frnm Kan 'Prnnnl.seo TA-.Port land, as-follotrs: leaving. Aln-vsvorth.-Dock,. .roruanajrar auanigiu. ana. spear oneei-. Wharf,S3hTrancLscor fcft'A. M."'.- , w.um. . 1 uuiuuuutiauwovu. Jnnol - . r- j"-" Juno Oregoa .Thur 3 SUtaofOal....Ta. 3 MaaUa ...:vHob S Oregon ..-.'..-.-..Tri II SUtn of Ctl....Wed 13- OolnmbU Moa 53 Drsgon sat 2 Jolr Sttt9oICaI....Tanr X Oolttmbtm Jinn '14 Oregon Prt i"M HIM ot C(U....Wed .23 WHuoaiua moa July Onsoo Sat - C TkraHsh Ticket r sold tnsllnrInpJn.il does In the United States. Canada and Europe. RAIL DIVISION. Passenger Trains leave Portland for East em points, at 11 :4 A. M. dally. PnUma:-Pllac Oars maaiajr fcatireen Pon- usA. ua at. rt.ni, RTFOt BITISIOX (Middle Colambla). Boats leave Portland for Dalles' at 7 :00 AM. " " ALSO : J Leave Port !land for Monl.To. We. Thu.l Fri. I Sat. Attoris and I lower Co-I lnmbla....lAM SAM GAM 16 AMIS AM 6 Ail iajton. Or.S. AM! AM IT AM 16 ASti CorralU8..ji6AM Taeoaaaad HeatUe. dulyot 10 m v leton.atamrs do not ran a an days. Leajei'ABtoria 'for Portland at 6 a. m. daily es- . r o. c. n. rBKscoTT, A. L. STOKES, Manager. GenT Freight sad Pass. Ajft E.A.KOig. Agent Astorin, Oregon & California R. R. OREGON & TitANSCX"TI2vENTAL COMPANY, JSSEE. On aniTafter May 4, 1SS1, trains will rnn as loiiews1: UALL.X iKxcept bnndays), EASTSIDE DIVIIOK. Betwes reiaxA.NDandPiiexiX. MAIL TOAI. XEAYE. AERIVE, Portland 7 :30A.MAsliland ..... 6:00 a. m Ashlan . G:20 p. Ml Portland Srlo p. M. ALBANY EXPRES8 TRAIN. -LEAVE ABBIVE. Portland 4 :00 e. M.Lehanou 9 sop.a Lebanon4. H5 a. ai.'PortIand. 10 :0S a. m Pullman Palace Sleeplne Car leavhs Port land Siondajs and Thursdays. Keturninr jenvca auiiiuu auesuays ana rriuays. The Oregon and California Railroad Ferry makes connection with all Regular Trains on E&stside Dirulon. WE3TSIDE DIVISIOX. Between Fortlnud and Corvallla MAIL TRAIX n LEAVE. ARRIVE. Portland. 9 :00 a. MJCorvalll 4 jo p. m. Corvalllj S :D0 a, m. Portland 3 in p.m. EXPEKSS TfiATK LEA'E. ARRIVE. Portland. ,.5 too MlMcMInnvllla 8 :00 r M MCMtonvIIle5:45 AaHPortland 8 -JO AM Close connections, made at Ashland with the Stages of the Oregon and Califor nia Stage Company. a-TIckeN for sale at all the principal points In California, at Company's Office, Corner F and Front &ts rortland, Or. Freight will not be received for shipment after 5 o'clock p.m. on either the East or West side Division. R. KOEULKR, Gen'l Manager. E.P.ROOER8, Act'ff G. F. & Pass. Agt llwaco Steam Navigation Go.'s WINTER SCHEDULE. Astoria to Fort Steuens, Fort Canby, and llwaco. Connecting by stages aud boats for Oysterville, Montesano and Olympia Until further notice the Hwaco Steam Navigation Co.'s steamer Will leave Astoria On Mondays Thursdays, and Saturdays (Oysterville and Montesano mall days. at 7 A. M, FOK Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and llwaco ON Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 a.m., as formerly, not being confined strictly to scueauie ume. Fare to Fort Canby and Hwaco, ....75 cts. fy-flwaco freight, by the ton, In lots of one ton or over, $2 per ton, EarFofTIckets, Towage or Charter ap ply .at. the office of the company, Gray's wharf, foot of Benton street. J. H. D. GRAY, Agent. $67,000,000 Capital ! Liverpool and London and Globe. North British and mercantile Of London and Edinburgh. Old Connecticut of Hartford, AND COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA Fire Insurance Companies, Representing a Capital of 67,000 OOO. A. VAN DUSEN. Aeent. First Class Blacksmithing AT LOW RATES AT Gilbert Christiansen's HORSESHOEING Done on Scientific Principles by an Al norseshoer who ;uarantees GOOD WORK. General Blacksmithing Done And SATISFACTION ASSURED, at His Shop, In rear of Aug. Danlelson's Saloon. H. B. PARKER DEALEK I Hay, Oats, and Straw, LIME Brick. Cement, and Sand. Wood Delivered to Order. Draytng, Teaming, and Express Business DEAIXIt IN WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. . Fim8T01iA8B. BUSINESS" CABD&i - ATsstraetiVr MQfi M?.' Rooms II and 12. Kniaits cf PvtiiI'Cfa BuildiDg. . ",'', "Z mm-m mmmmmmom G.-F: SfcCOXXAC, J Attoraer aud CeysUWli"J EooinlS, Odd FelloWgBTiTI iMpfg-Stt ASTOETA. - - - - -MpH. ' '-'ML. GEO. A. COBBIS) 2XO, 'xoxjjar ATTOBNETS AT LAW- . . - Office hi Kinnev'a .Blook.-oiiSQifilts GUT Hail, AstorlarOregOJU."" Q B. THOMSOJV, " Attorney and CottistJif ctltw. Room No. 6, over White Hoie.- ASTORIA, OREGON. p; 0. Vf . FDXTOX. Q. C. EXMZQS. FULTOM BROTECUM,' ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 5 and 6. Odd FeRows BsU4tig?' iSJ T Q.ABOWIMT. t -? & ATTORNEY AT EAW, 3u Afti . . , c .-.' "" unenamus rreer, - - atukia, obmni j? TOSKPH A. GlXIi, AITORNEY-AT-LAW., iWOfflce rith J. Q- A.Bowiby. ASTORIA, ..... Orefeta. 7TT- Q J. CUltTIS, ATT'iT AT LAW. " Notary Public, Commissioner firTrfHUfcVlir C Califorula, New York and. WashlngtoaJt- j ritory. - Rooms 3 and i. Odd Fellows BalldiBa, A5 "' torla, Oregon. - ; N.B -Claims at Washlnatoo. D. Of 4 collections a specialty. Jg C. UOLDEX, ' - f NOTABY PUBLIC. . AUCTIONEER, COMMTUSION AHUf' 8UBANCB AG1N1-. ." O. W. LKICK, ARCHITECT AND DBAUaHTOLXKf .. Scholars received for Course of Drauglta. P-Offlce over White House Store., ""- Q-kO F. PARSES. - 8URVEYQ&0F Clataop Ceuaty,aal City f Asiacla Office -Chenamus street, Y. M. C. A- aaU Room No. 8. Q BEAWOA HAHTIX, M. D Physician and 8bt(h. ASTORIA, - OBEGOy. Office Room 13. Odd Fellows Building. Residence Hume's building, up stain. TAX TUTTIiE, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SUBGS02T Office Rooms 1, 2, and 3. Pytbiaa 8Hd lnir. Residekce On Cedar Street, baek of St. Mary's Hosplul. F. P. HICKS. A. . BXAW. HICKS & SHAW, DENTISTS. Rooms In Allen's Building, up stab&'eW ner Cass and Squemoqua streets. Aitwia, Oregon. Bozorth & JoMs, Real Estate and Insurance Aotnts, and Brokers, ASTORIA, Oregoo. Buy and sell an kinds of Real-.Esuuaod represent- tne xouowin tm Insurance Conpanlea i ' Scottish Union, and Na tional, Phoenix of Hartford Home of New York, Hamburg and Bremen. Western, Fhenlx of Brooklyn. Oakland Home, assets $33fiBQJXQ .8MHH0 310,090 Policies written by us in the Phoenlz and Home and Scottish Union and" National at equitable rates. BANKING AND INSURANCE 1 I. W. CASE, Broker, Banker, and Ininr ance Agent, ASTORIA, - OKEGOH. OFFICE HOURS t From 9 o'clock A. M. until 3" o'clock. E. St. B. S. Worslejv AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSIOF MERCHANT gyofflco and Ware Rooms on Saaeaoi Street, next door to corner of Owey. Advancements made on Cosrtumyii No Charses for 8tra f : GE0EGE lOVETT,- Tailoring, Cleaning, Beppit NEAT, CHEAP AND QUICK. Mala St.. opposite X. ImVi, AatkxW, rl Gr. A. STINSON & CO.; Xv'l BLACKSMITHING, At Capt. Rogers old stand, entarr6frCiM and Court htreets, ; Ship and Cannery work.- Wagons made and repaired. guaranteed. -l ; -s- -rrH : s'sd 't:J t-ri w 1 . . J ,- - V J .a!" s: v V .JmA. I ww - - z: iti la X iV. C 4 ' vk 3, y v' - U s.-feSik yixr'in''