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VOL. XXII, NO. 10.
ASTORIA, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1884.
PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
THE RESCUE OF GBEELY.
Orer two years ago, Lieut- Greely,
witk an Arctic exploring party, sailed
. to the shores of the Polar sea. Last
aUifrwasdefcerxained to search for
him0 and a relief expedition was
fitted out under Commando Schley.
.; It sailed from New York in April,and
orvlist Thursday, the 17th, definite
news was received at Washington
that" the Greely party had been
found. Of twenty-five who were with
him, but five were alive, the remain-
. der having perished from starvation
ClJtCT. cjbkkly's kbpom to iiazzs
S St. Johns, N. F., July 17.
For. the. first time in three centuries
Ifingland yields the honor of reaching
the furthest point in the north.
Lieut. Lookwood and Sergeant Brain
erd, on May IS, reached Lockwood
Island, lat 83 24', long. 44 58'.
They law, from a 2,000 feet elevation,
BO.-lA&d to the north or to the north-
t but to the northeast Greenland
yet extended, lost to view. At Cape
Bobert Lincoln 1st, 83 5'. Lieut
Lockwood was tured back in 1883
bv open water on the Greenland
snore, the party barely esoaping drift
ing inro me Jtroiar ocean, ur. iravey,
in 1882, in following the Markham
, .route, was adrift one day in the Polar
oeean, north of Cape Joseph Henry,
-and escaped to land, abandoning
In 1882 I made spring, and later
susimer trips into the interior of
Greenland, discovering Lake Hazen,
60 by 100 miles in extent From the
auaunit of Mount Arthur, 5,000 feet,
. the contour of the land west of the
"' Conger mountains convinced me that
Grinnell land tends directly south.
UEUTEfANT LOCKWOOD's EXPLORA
TION. In 1883 Lieutenant Lookwood and
Sergeant Bramard succeeded in cross
ing Grinnell land, and ninety miles
from Bearateaux bay, the head of
Anchor fiord, struck the head of a
-lord from the western sea.temporarily
named by Lockwood Greely fiord,
-Fwm the center of this fiord, in lat
'80 30', lone. 78' 30'. Lieutenant
Lookwood saw the northern shore,
which terminated some twenty miles
west, and the southern shore, extend
if sosae fifty miles, with Cape Look
woesome seventy miles distant, ap
parantly separate land from Grinnell
land. I. have named the new land
Arthur. Lieutenant Lockwood fol
lowed'the land some distance and re
turned. In, March, 1884, Sergeant Long,
while banting, looked from the north
west side of Mount Carey to Bayes
sound, seeing on the northern coast
three capes westward of the furthest
seenbyKares in 187G. The sound
attends twenty miles further west
'Maen shown by the English chart, but
is possibly shut in by land which
showed up across the western end.
The two years' station duties, ob
servations and explorations, and the
veireat to -Cape Sabine, were accom--flisfced
without loss of life, disease,
- lesions accident or even serious frost
bHef, One scurvy was experienced
atOBfr,-andbutone death occur-
red from it last winter.
AKOTHSB DISPATCH FBOM QBEELY.
A second dispatch from Lieutenant
Greely is as follews:
Sx. Johns, July 17.
Chief Signal Offioer, "Washingten:
Brainerd, Bieberbeck, Connell, Fred
ericks, Long and myself, the sole sur
vivors, arrived to-day, having been
rescued at the point of death from
starvation by the relief ships Thetis
and Bear, June 22, at Camp Clay,
morthweeiof Cape Sabine. All are
-'0r-iavfood health, but weak. Ser
, a neat Bdkon. -was rescued but died
tW"fi-8. .Cross died last Saturday:
Ohristonsen, Bice, Lockwood, Jewell
and Edwards in April; Ellis, Weston,
Whjstler and Israel in May; Kisling--kwf
,-Salor, Henry, Bender, Pavey,
-Gardinerjand Schneider in June.
" We abandoned Fort Conger August
9, and were frozen in a pack of ice
off "Victoria head August 20: aban
doned our steam launch September
.eleven miles northeast of Cocked
rHat; island; when on the point of
lauainy were driven oy BEorms into
Ca&e's'sea, and finally landed Septem
ber 29 in Baird inlet Learning by
.lesypasry parties of the Jroteus dis-
as.ter,1 nd that no provisions "had
been left for us from Cape Isabella to
. SabJne,,moved and established win
.ie&igaaciers.at Camp -Clay, half way
4etwee -Sabine and Cooked Jffat
XKB SEABCH FOB FOOD.
nAn inventory Bhowed that by the
4ealf Eratioa of 4J ounoes of meat,
seven ounces of bread and dog bis-
emits, and four ounces of misceuane-
fjifood.;ifce party would have ten
vJayslfull rations left for orossing
Smith sound to Littleton island. TJn-
lehsAateIyfSmith sound remained
opetfxliB. 'entire "winter, rendering
crossing impossible. Game failed,
despite 'daily-hunting. From early
"February, before the sun returned,
sonlyrfiOO pounds of meat was obtained
jtfeisrjsear, and seaweed, sassafras, rook
-iincfcens'snd -sealskin "were resorte'd
iftoifof'.foqd, with the results as shown
-Miy'ikenmmber of 'survivors. The last
rajular food was issued May 14th.
Ottlf 160 pounds of meat was left by
Marlington, and"!" was compelled to
sead in Nojember four men to ob-
Iaafel44 pnds of English meat at
" Isabella. "During this trip Ellison
jjseoHdJboth.jhaad8 and feet, and
ion mem au, eurvivmg, uuwover,
tksafh orjtenible winterand spring
The survivors owe their lives to the
indoffltableienergy of Captain Schley
aad Lieutenant Emery, -whor preced
ed by three and accompanied by five
whalers, forced'- their vessels from
TJfefltilbc thrcmghMelville bay into
Worth crater, v They., gained a yard
waWeVei cjssible, sad -always held
it Saaith'js sound was crossed and
tgi" seity 'rescued 'jhuriag oae.of the
soft viojeat gales that had ever been
kjKrtrn: ThVboats were handled only
tuJtM j wssMnmt-kkvof wMaping.
Four of us were then unable to walk,
and could not have survived exceed
ing twenty-four hours. Every care
and attention was given us. "We have
saved our meteorological, tidal, as
tronomical, magnetic, pendulum and
other observations; also pendulum,
gale and standard thermometers,
forty-eight photographs, negatives,
collection of blanks and photographic
proofs. Some Esquimau relic3 and
other things -were necessarily aban
doned. The Thetis remains here five
HAZEJf TO OBEEI.Y.
The following dispatches were sent
Lieutenant Greely to-day:
SIGNAL 8EBYICS OFFICE, JUlV If.
Lieutenant A. W. Greely, St Jehns:
Our hearts are overflowing with
gladness and thanks to God for your
safety, and in sadness for those who,
without fault of yours, are dead.
Your family are well, and in San
Diego. TV. B. HAZEN.
Lieutenant Greely, St Jehns: Your
dispatches are most satisfactory, and
show your expedition to hav6 been
in the highest degree successful in
every particular. This faot is not af
fected by the disaster later.
W. B. HAZEN.
CHANDLER CONGRATULATES SCHLEY.
West Point, N. Y., July 17. The
following dispatch was forwarded by
Secretary Chandler to Commander
W. S. Sohley, St. Johns, Newfound Newfeund
land: "JReceive my congratulations
and thanks for yourself and your
whole command, for your prudence,
perseverance and courage in reach
ing our dead and dying countrymen.
The hearts of the American people
go out with great affection to Lieu
tenant Greely and the few survivors,
in his deadly periL Care for them
unremittingly, and bid them be cheer
ful and hopeful on account of what
life has in store for them. Preserve
tenderly the remains of the heroio
dead, and prepare them according to
your judgment and bring them home."
W. E. CHANDLER
Secretary of the Navy.
A Lucky Dog.
Bill Nye, the fnnny writer, is a
lucky and an unlucky dog. He pioked
up a bit of paper in the street on
which was inscribed 2,684. He bought
a ticket in a lottery of the same num
ber and drew 820t000. This he in
vested in a gold mme, and at the end
of six months he took the poor debt
or's oath. He then went to Cape
May, and while walking on the beach
he discovered a young lady sinking
for the third time. He resoued her
and received 310,000 from her father.
That night he found the tiger .and
had to borrow a quarter to get a
breakfast with. Ho then took a job
to put up a telephone wire, and while
doing so he hit upon an idea which
he sold to the company for 5,000.
He spent 83,000 in solving the worth
lessness of a new electric light He
concluded for the first time in his
life that he would salt the balance
down in good real estate, so he
bought a farm and went to work. He
resolved to dig a well, and the third
day he struck a vein of coal, and has
been offered $50,000 for one-half his
farm. Such is life.
Economy of Life.
The true economy of human life
adjusts expenditures to a moral scale
of values. De Quincey pictures a
woman sailing over the water, awak
ening out of sleep to find her neck
lace untied and one end hanging over
the stream, while pearl after pearl
drops from the string beyond her
reaoh; when she dutches at one just
falling, another drops beyond discov
ery. Our days drop one after another
by our .carelessness, like pearht from
a string, as we sail the sea of life, un
til we learn that the waste of time is
a more serious loss than the extrava
gances against which there is such
loud exolaim. The expenditure of a
few dollars on taste is a small matter
in comparison with the wasting of
months and years by thousands who
have every advantage society can of
fer, and exact ever)' privilege it af
fords as a right
The following story is told of an
American traveling in Paris. Having
occasion to take a bath, his physician
reoommended a wine'bath. In the
employ of the establishment -there
wasa colored man whom ho had known
in America, and of him he inquired
how they could afford to give a wine
bath for seventy-five cents. "Why,
massa," said 'the negro, "that wine
has been in the bath room for one
weekand you is the thirty-eighth pus-
son that has bathed m it. "Well, 1
suppose they throw it away "when
they are done with it?" "Why, no,
massa; dey send it down stairs for de
poor people, wno batne for twenty
five cents." "And what do they do
with it then?" "Bottle it up and
send it to America, where they sell it
lor nne irrencn wine."
The attempt to reform the Coticrres
sional Record and prevent the print
ing ot speeones that were never de
liveredjailed, and the Record is still
issued, just as if congress was in bos
sion, for the accommodation of ora
tors who have nothing to say on the
floor, but are anxious to appear olo
au.ent in mint Soeeohes are still
being made on the tariff, on the for
feiture of railway grants, on the river
and harbor bill, and on otner mess
urea whicb'&ttracted.tha' attention of
Mr. George Tindale, in the employ
of Levy Brothers, Melbourne, Austra
lia, says that he suffered extreme
pain:from neuralgia' and received im
mediate relief by-the use of St Jacobs
Oil, the great pain-oura
You will do bnfUWlf -At TOheelM &
TtpiBr aid Pattic la -Water Flpea.
THE GREAT GERMAN
BUre aai cam
Sonaara, Cati, EnaM,
jUi U other bod ebe
nrrr care i mhh.
SI1 br U DroufUU aal
tain. XMrvrOess-M U
7U CkuUi A7Ur i).
(Imhkii to i. TanLo CJ
To the needs of the tourist, commercial
traveler and new settler. Hosteler's Stom
ach Bitters Is Decullarlv adantMi. sin it
strengthens the digestive organs, and braee3
me pnysicai energies to unhealthlul influ
ences. Jt removes and nreTents malnrlsil
fever, constipation, dyspepsia, healthfully
stimulates the kidneys and bladder, and" en
riches as well as purities the blood. When
overcome by fatlcue, whether mentalcor
physical, the weary and debilitated Jlnd, it a
rename source of renewed
comfort. Sor sale
by all Drufflpbtand
Carnahan & Co.
I. W. CASE,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND
HHTA1L DEALERS 13
Mrner Clieuasius and Cs&i streets.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON
$67,000,000 Capital !
Liverpool and London and Globe.
North British and Mercantile
Of London, and Edinburgh.
Old Connecticut of HaTtford,
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
Fire Insurance Companies,
Reprinting a Capital of $67, OOO OOO.
A. VAN DU8EN. Aseat.
Manufacturers and Dealers In
Lumber, Salmon Trays,
OFFICE AND MILL, COKNEU SALMON
AKD CEDAR STREETS.
ASTOK1A. - . Owjcea.
J. W. RUDDOCK,
Practical Plumbing, in Ail Its
Steam and Gas Fixtures,
A Complete Stock of PIrst-class MateriaL
All Work GHRraateed.
Office nnd Shop In Hunie's building rtr
of Wheeler & Robb's, Astoria, Oregon.
FRANK H. LAIGHTON.
Fruits, Notions, Cigars
Water St. between West 8th
and West tit.
Tropical and Domestic Frult3 per every
steamer. Nuts, Candles, etc. at Lalghtou's.
Ever) thing Fresh and First-clas.
Jeff s Notice
SAYS THERE WILL BE
NO INCREASE OF PRICES
IKHK CHOP HOUSE
A ND THAT HE IS DETERMINED TO
2X. maintain his reputation for keeping the
bet and cheapest Restaurant IntownVeveu
at a loss to himself, while the dull times last.
Cigars, Tobacco and Notions,
Cor. Bquenioqua and Olney streets, Astoria.
FIVE HUNDRED COEDS DRY HRM-loclc-WoodwlilchlJrm
homwot cimtaiwi3a4-a cord. ; -
DajTDfc ot all kinds dope, at reaunabl
ft" COEMATED HS
Columbia Transportation Company.
THE POPULAR STEAMER
W I B S X IT OOD
Which has been re fitted for the comfort of paasenjrecs rlll leave
Wilson & Fisher's Dock every
Monday, Wednesday tnd Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M.
Returning leaves Portland every
Tuesday and Thwrsdayrat 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
."? additional trip will! be made on Saaday er JEaek Week, leavlnr Portland
at O'clock SHBday XralBB. Passengers bj this route connect at Kalawa
for Sound ports.
HOTEI AND RESTAURANTS.
II. B. 1URKF.R. Ptp..
ASTORIA, - - .OREGON.
First Class in allBespects.
FREE COACH TO THE HOUSE.
Figures Hem Lie !
OF THE CHOP HOUSE
Can prove bj his books that ha Is doing the
blggost business of any
In tha city, and he will guareatee totglve
the best meal for cash. z- '
Mais btrect, Aatorla, Orexeu.
BERGMAN BEatKT, PS0ratIETK8.
RESPEOTFCXLY CALL THE ATTEN
Uon of the public to the fact that the
above Market wOl always be supplied with a
FDLL YAEIETY AXD BEST QUALITY
FRESH AKD CURED MEATS 1 I
Which will be sold at lowest rates, whole
sale and retail.
w-apeolal attention given to supplying
WYATT & THOMPSON.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS,
Crockery and Glassware.
rvrm csl, xito.
"We fowlaii l'rovtslous. Fresh and In Oood
Condition. Dressed Chlefceus. Vegetables,
and Market Produce of all kinds In season.
AFlne Stock, of .Family Wines, Liquors,
Cigars And Tobaccos.
WHERRY fc COMPANY,
Fresh and Cured Meats,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OP-POS1TB OCCIDENT HOTEL,
CHKBTAM17K StreeU Astoria, Off
A.Oeaex&l Banking and Exchange Busi
ness transacted. Every facility Sor prospt
Drafts on tne leading cities of tlie United
State and Europe.
At The Bureau,
lohegr Baich Brewlap AssVii or
St. Loalg, Mo.
Celebrated AnbeuserBeer on Draught nt
Pinckney's Sample Boom,
G5&, Water Street, (or Boadway).
TbuBerl3Sar superior to any imported
from tbe East? Callafid-sanaple It.
Coleman & Go
U.B. SCOTT, President
S. ARNDT & FERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
All kinds of
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
BXNTON-STBEffT, NKAS PaIUCXX HOUBX,
ASTORIA, - OBEqON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
LAM MARINE ENGINES
BoilerWork, Steamboat Work
.and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. Of all Deflcriptleas saade t Order
at Sfaert Htlce.
A. D. WAS8, President.
J. O. Hustlke, Secretary,
L 7. Case, Treasurer.
John Fox. Superintend enL
Wnolesirfe and Retail Dealer In
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
G. H. BAIN & GO.
Doors, Windows, Blinds, Transoms
Turning, Bracket Work.
A specialty, and all work guaranteed.
Oak. Asa, Bay, and Walnut lnmber ; Ore
gon and Port Orford Cedar.
All kinds ol boat material on hand.
The Str. GLEANER,
B.F.8TEVBS9. - Waiter,
Will leaTe Wilson ft Fisher's Dock
Every "Wednesday, at A, H.
For DMp River and Way Landings, and
Every JSatarday, at A. M,
for John Day's Rlvar.
Oaothardaya Kill do general wcrk. X
xn.i rvw la nn In nnneptlon with thj
itam', and Lumber, Wood, etc., promptly
Oregon Railway & Navigation
During the jnnth-of July, 18S4, Ocean
Steamers will ."sail, from Portland to San
I ranclsco; and from Ban Francisco to Port
land, as follows., leaving Ainsworth Dock,
Portland, at Midnight, and Spear Street
rutui, iu rnuicuw, ai iuA.a.:
Orsaa .gt a
HtAtll nf Hal Thnr In
Columbia .Tnea S
Colombia '..Tun U
Urecoa Man 20
Bute of Cal....Fri S3
Columbia Wed '3U
Columbia Wt :3
Oroa Moo' SI
Oracoa Worn 4
Stata of CaI
Thranrli Tfntrnta cnT n oil .in.l.l
cities In the United States, Canada" and
Passenger Tralnx Ipata Pnrtt an rf fn rnt
em points, at 11 : a. Al. dally.
lasd. aad StvPaai,
aUTKJt BtVWX (Xlddle Colaaiila).
Boats leave Portland for Dalles at 7 :9e
land for jMonl Tu. We.Thu. Frl. I Sat.
Aitoria and I
lambU....l6 AM It. AM SAM
--- ..;- i" l
S AMIS AM
Oorraliu" I6 AM J ...... j
Tacpmaand Beattla. dailj at ISO PM
Victoria Steamer do sot run Bandars.
Learn Aitoria for Portland at 6 a. m. dall ex
O. H. PREaCOTT.
A. L. STOKES, Manager.
Gan'l Frtif ht aad. Face. Art.
Oregon & California K.R
On and alter June 28, m, trains will ran as
follows : DAILY (Except bundays).
Betweea PKTLAK and AHHIiAND
PorUand T JO a. MlAshland 8:40 A. m.
Ashland flOP.MPortland.. 4:25 p.m.
ALBANY EXPRE88 TRAIN.
Portlaad.4 o p. M.Lebanon.& so r. st
Lebanon 4 rt5 A. M.IPortland. 10 :05 a. m
Pullman Palace Sleeping Car leavhs Port
land Monday? andlTBursdays. Ketumlng
leaves Ashland Tuesdays and Fridays. '
atflcoM50ttoa vylthaU Begular Trains
vm tiwiim vijatou.
Betweea Pertlaad aad CarvaUia
Portland 9 4ii viPimiiu it .r
Corvallls 8 M a. m. IPorUandZIs 0 p m!
Portland S M p MMoMlnnTlUe8 MrM
McMlnnvlllcfi:43 AMPortland 8 :20am
Close connections made at Ashland
with the Stages of the Oreeon and Califor
nia Stage Coaptoy.
Tickets for sale at all the principal
points la California, at Company's Office,
Corner F ami Fhiit 8ta., Portland Or.
West side DlTlsloa. "
S. KOEHLgR, K. P. ROGERS,
Maaacar. O.PsP. Art
llwaco Stem Navigation Ct.'t
Attorfa to Fort Stevens, Fort Canty,
' and lluraco.
Connecting by stages and boats for
Oystervilie, Montesano and Olympia
Until further notice the llwaco
Steam Navigation Co.'s steamer
WUl leave Astoria
On Monday Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
(Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays being
Oystervilie and Montesano mall days.)
at 7 A.M.
Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and llwaca
Wednesdays, and Fridays
The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 a.m.,
as formerly, not being confined strictly to
Oa TaesAays aad Thnmdaya
A SECOND TRIP will be made, leading As
toria at 1 P.m., connecting with steamer
Wide West, from Portland.
Fare to Fort Canby and llwaco, ?l 00
Tickets ean bo bought at the office for
EVIlwaco freight, by the ton. In lots of
one ton or over, 92 per ton,
lr For Tickets. Towase or Charter an-
at the office of the company, Gray's
, xooi Qujeowa 3 tree l
j. a. V. UKAY,
Festport aad Astoria
THE FAVORITE STEAMER
Which has been thorouzhlv refitted for the
comfort of Passengers will run this season
Detween vvestport ana Asiona
As follows :
Leave Westport at 7 :30 A.M.
Arriving, la Astoria at 10 0 a. m.
Leave Astoria at 2 P. M.
Arrlfe In Westport at 6 r. m.
Wnl touch at all way landings.
For freight or passage apply on board or
to CAPT. JAS. COX,
Leinenweber & Co.,
ASTOBIA. ... OBEGON
TAMERS M CUBEFJES,
Hanulaeturers and Importers of
'all kinds of
LEATHER AITO FINDINGS.
Wholesale Dealers In
aarJCgbaitaMh plcepald lot HJdas and
CoQaty Seksal SHerlatemateat
Office at Badollet St Co.'s Coanery, Cpper
T FEAXK PAGE. M . S.
F&ysieiaa aad Barxeea.
Office opposite the Johansen building.
ASTOBIA - - OBEGOlf,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Abstracts if Title a Specially.
n iS?.813 5 J a-Zxlthti cf Pythian CU
Balldlag. Telepaaae JTe.4,
Q F. McCOKMAC,
Attorney and Coausellar at Imw
Boom 12, Odd Fellows Building,
A3T0BIA, - - . .' owgoo.
QKO. A. DORBIS, OEO. XOUMD
NOLABD 4c DOBRIS,
ATTOBNEYS AT LAW.
tj?c hL oy'" Block, opposite City
Hall, Astoria, Oregon.
Q B, THOMSON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Boom No. 6, over White House,
C. TT. PCLTOX. n. O. FUliTOW.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Booms 5 and 6, Odd Fellows Building.
ATTOBNEY AT LAW.
Chenamus treet, - - ASTOBIA. OBEUON
JOSEPH A. GILX,
WOfflco pith J. Q- A. Bowlby,
J C HOLDEH,
AUCTIONEER COMMISSION AND IN
Q TF. LEICK.
AHOHITKCT AND DRAUQlfTSMAN.
Scholars received for Course of Draugktiog
HTOSc oyer White House Store.
Q.EIO F. P1KKEK.
Clatsep Oawaty.aBA City ef Astarla
Qraco : Chenamus street, Y. M. C. A. hall
Q BFJV8Q- MAKTLV, M, D..
Phyalolaa aad Srsea.
OFFXCK-Eoom 12, Odd Fellows Building.
BHsroKfOE Hume's building, up stairs.
JAY TUTTLK, M. .
PHYSICIAN AND SUBGBOH
Office Booms 1. 2. and 3 Pvthlon RniM.
BxsiDBKCE On Cedar Streer, back or
St. Mary's Hospital.
F. P. HICKfl. A. E. SHAW.
1XICHS Oc SHAW,
Booms In Allen's Bulldlnz. ud stairs, cor.
ner Cass and Squemoqua streets. Astoria
Bozorth & Johns.
Real Estate and insurance Agents,
Buy and sell all kinds ot Heal Estate and
represent the following Fire
Insurance Conpanles :
Scottish Union and Na
tional, assets 333,000,000
Phcenlx of Hartford " AJOtyBOe
Home of New York, ' TjOOQJMe
Hamburg and Bremen, 2,oojOGO
Western, " aoooa
Phenlx of Brooklyn, " 400jOiO
Oakland Home, " 300,000
Policies written by us In the Phcenlx and
Home and Scottish Union and National at
BANKING AND INSURANCE 1
i. W. CA&E,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ASTORIA, - OREGON.
OFFICE HOUBS :
From 9 o'clock A. M. until 3 o'tloL. I. M.
B. S. Worsley,
aOfflee and Ware Booms, on Squamoqua
Street, next door to eorner of Olney.
Advancements made on Consignments
Kb Cliarsea far Bterase tM4.
Tailoring, Cleaning, Repainnc
NEAT, CHEAP AND QUICK.
Mala St. opp8lte X. Locb's. Astarda, t.
BARRELS AND HALF-BARIELS
All Kinds of Ctoperagt aH.
Saaetinteadftr, at Central MftrkeC -