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VOL. XXII, NO. 27.
ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1884.
PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
THE GREAT POLITICAL PUDDLE.
Beecher Butler Blaine Cleveland
Sohurz Et Al.
What Onr Eastern Friend are .Sajing
Portland, Me., Aug. G. The recep
tion to Blaine by business men of
this city at City hall to-night was n
brilliant one. The hall was packed,
the seats being removed and the au
dience standing, while the galleries
were filled with ladies. Blaine held a
reception in the mayor's office. At
eight o'clock he was conducted to
the platform, leaning on the arm of
Congressman Beid, and being receiv
ed with, great cheering. Beid, in a
happy speech, presented the business
men of Portland to Blaine, saying,
jocularly, if he attempted to present
them individually it would soon bo
apparent that Blaine was belter ac
quainted with them than he.
George Wood, as spokesman of the
merchants, read an address to Blaine,
signed by over 300 business men and
firms of this city. The address, after
expressing gratification that the citi
zens of Maine had been made the
recipient of the presidential nomina
tion, says: "Although we may not all
be able to agree with you upon polit
ical questions, we have all had con
fidence in your integrity as a man,
and your purity and ability as a
statesman, and wo are united in the
conviction that should the people of
the United States ratify the choice
of your political associates, you will
give the country an administration
unrivaled in its wise solicitude and
practical measures for the promotion
of all our material interests, for its
pains-taking care,and for purification
of all the public service"
Blaine responded as follews: ''Fel
low citizens: I do not know how to
express my sense of the great honor
you pay me in this most cordial re
ception, all the more grateful because
not tendered in a partisan spirit or
for partisan advantages. For the
business men of Portland I have,
from personal knowledge, always en
tertained a profound respect In no
community has a higher standard of
mercantile honor been maintained or
more taintless commercial credit pre
vailed, than in your beautiful city,
and the prosperity you enjoy is the
legitimate fruit of comprehensive in
telligence, industry and courageous
enterprise. Though never a citizen
of Portland, I was a resident among
you for nearly three years, beginning
in 1857 and ending in 1859. During
that time I was editor of the Daily
Advertiser, and was in constant in
tercourse with the business and pro
fessional men of the city. I recall no
more pleasant period in my life. A
quarter of a century has since elaps
ed, marked with, events of world-wide
importance, but the flight of years
has not dimmed my appreciation of
the friendships I then formed, nor of
the great kindness I received in Port
land. Were I to recall the long list
of eminent men of both parties, now
no more, whom I was then permitted
to number among my friends, time
would fail me."
Introductions to Blaine followed,
many gentlemen being presented.
BEEOHER ON THE CHARGES AGAINST
New York, August 6 Beecher be
ing interviewed, said: "A few days
since I wrote a hurried and private
letter to an old friend, in which I
Baid, substantially, that if the charg
es against Cleveland were proved I
should not support him. If he is
such a man as this I am done. This
letter was entirely private, and I am
pained that extracts from it nhould
have found their way into print I
have now suspendod judgment, and
am awaiting more light You know
that sometimes one gropes in dark
ness for a time, but the exercise of a
little patience will generally show the
way clearly. My astonishment at
these" charges made mo determine
to ascertain the exaot truth. I had
never heard a breath against Cleve
land's moral character during the
years he was mayor of Buffalo and
during his gubernatorial canvass,
and tUl a few weeks ago not a breath
of scandal had rescued me. As l
have said, I am now simply waiting,
and when I put down my foot it will
not be to take it up again. I am no
politician, but simply a private citi
zen, aod as such I am entitled to cast
my vote according to the diotates of
my best judgment Cleveland seem
ed to be, in every way, worthy.
When I have made up my mind as
to the truth of these charges against
him I will make my decision public,
and not till then. I do not wish to
give publicity to my process of mind,
and when I speak it will be to some
Relative to Beecher's lata serious
illness, his wife said yesterday: "Tha
truth of the matter is that worry and
anxiety about this Cleveland scan
dal have been the main difficulty
with Mr. Beecher. It came upen
him like a flash of lightning. He
had always regarded Cleveland as a
olean man, bcth politically and mor
ally, and he was completely proatrat
ed when he heard reports to the con
trary. At first we would none of us
listen to them, but soon such pres
sure was brought to bear upon Mr.
Beecher that the matter must be in
vestigated." OABL SCHURZ 3 SPEECH.
New York, Aug. G Carl Schurz's
speech last night fills seven columns
of the Times, he confining his dis
cussion, saye that paper, to one sa
lient point in a single phase of Blaine's
career, namely, his connection with
the Little Bock railroad. After a
two and a half hours'- speech in this
one effort to blacken Bhjine's charac
ter, Schurz illustrated the iairness
and value of his analysis by the fol
lowing whitewash: "The scandalous
stories recently circulated about
Cleveland's private character hpve,
to my knowledge, been inquired into
by several parties, separately, by men
of high standing in Buffalo, by a
clerioal gentleman on the editorial
staff oi the Independent, and by oth
ersj'ancf the reports of all df them, as
they have come to me, based upon a
conscientious study of the facts in
the case, agree in pronouncing these
stories monstrous calumnies on the
man, which all recoil upo the in
ventors. The public wili undoubted
ly hear more from the investigators
through the press. With this con
viction I stand here speaking of Gov
Nevertheless the Herald this
morning follows in the wake of the
Post last evening in admitting the
truth of the Cleveland scandal. It
says: "The story as told by the Post
is true, and we print it for that rea
son. At the time Cleveland was can
didate for governor this scandal
made its appearance. Wo then inves
tigated it and discovered the facts
to be as the Post now reiterates. It will
be well for Blaine if, when his story
comes out, it shall contain nothing
SENATOR HIILER INTERVIEWED.
New York, Aug. 6. Senator Miller
was seen this morning by a reporter,
to whom he said: "The political out
look improves daily, not only in Cali
fornia but throughout the Union.
Cleveland's public life does not tend
to popularize him. Ho appears to be
the friend of corporate power.
Blaine's record undoubtedly shows
him to be the friend of the laboring
classes. I believe that under the re
sponsibility of the presidential office
Blaine would be conservative, yet
have the courage to protect the
rights of the people. As the Demo
crats fought against any increase for
rebuilding our navy, I do not think
wo are in a position to make any very
extravagant demand on any foreign
power, and no one appreciates that
fact more than Blaine California
Bepublicans are perfectly united, and
were never more enthusiastic. Cali
fornia Democrats are not pleased
with the selection of Cleveland and
Hendricks. Logan is also very pop
ular. The sold'er element in Califor
nia is much stn nger than is general
ly supposed. A great many soldiers
have settled there since the war.
California wants protection, and
many old-time Democrats are in fa
vor of it They will support our
nominees. The action of the two
Democratic congressmen from our
state who did not vote against the
Morrison bill will lesult in the elec
tion of Republican successors to
Democratic representatives in at least
SPECIALS TO THE "PRESS."
Philadelphia, Aug. C The Pre&'
Saratoga special says: "I had a two
hours' interview with John Kelly
this afternoon, and know that I state
his position correctly when I say he
has positively decided not to support
Cleveland, but to turn his forces to
says that gentleman has become dis-
gusted, speaking of the campaign,
and he has gone so far as to express
his regret that his name should have
been coupled with that of the New
York governor. I mst United States
District Attorney McAllister of Cali
fornia here esterday. He assures
me that Blaine will oertainly carry
California, Oregon and Nevada.'
The Press New York special says: !
"Senator Miller of California, who is
here in conference with the national i
Bepublican committee, to-day ex
pressed to me the utmost cofidence
in the result of the campaign in Cali
fornia, Oregon and Nevada. Two
more acceptable candidates than
Blaine and Logan could not have been
named, so far as the Pacific slope is
concerned. They will poll a surpris
ingly heavy vote there Secretary
Fessenden of the cammittee said this
evening that the Bepublican national
committee had decided not to touch
the Cleveland scandal at all, but leave
it to the Democratic newspapers and
WHY THE INDEPENDENTS ARE HALT
ING. Philadelphia, Aug. 6. The Ex
2resssaja: "The Independent pro
cession has come to a halt Some
extracts which we print this morning
give the reason for the unexpected
change in the programme Bev. Dr.
Strong, president of the Rochester
theological seminary, whose access
ion to the ranks of the bolters was
heralded in every Democratic and In
dependent paper in the country, be
fore proceeding further in advocacy
of Cleveland's elevation to the presi
dency, and CoL Codman of Boston,
whose zeal in behalf of a campaign
run on moral issues was recently of
such a roseate hue, think there is
nothing for the Independents to do
but to wait and find out where they
stand. George Cook, a well known
dry goods merchant of New York, ad
dressed a letter to the chief of the
Buffalo detective bureau, who for
merly served with him in the army,
inclosing the scandal about Cleve
land, In reply he received a letter,
stating: "In regard to the slip you
enclosed me it has not nor cannot be
oontradicted. As to its truth you
can rely on every word, and not halt
has been told that might have been."
JOHN KELLY'S POSITION IN A NUT
Washington, Aug. 6. A Democrat
to-day gave a very Bpecious explana
tion of the position of Tammany.
According to him Tammany is deep
down in political strategy. It is
holding back simply to help Cleve
land. Here is the scheme: Tammany
knows that there are a good many
Democrats who are drawn to Cleve
land simply because he is not whoop
ed up by John Kelly and his braves.
Many of them would not support
Cleveland if they thought that Kel
ly and Tammany were for him. To
cateh these votes is the reason that
Tammany is holding back, but in Sep
tember she will come out, and with a
big bang, for Cleveland.
THE SITUATION IN MINNESOTA.
Washington, Aug. 6. W. B. Blake
ly, a prominent Bepublican politician
of Minnesota who is at present in
this city, said to-day that he did not
think the Bepublicans would suffer
any loss in the west There is some
discontent, he says, among the Ger
man liquor element, but it does not
amount to anything. It is too small
to be felt in the congressional contest
He thinks the Bepublicans will make
great gains. The fourth district in
the statet he says, is the only one in
which things are in any way mixed.
The free trade element in the state,
he says, is exaggerated. The majority
of the people are opposed to free
trade Those in favor of it are only
the traders and millers, who want to
bring in Canadian wheat free of duty
and have a Canadian market for their
wares. These, he said, are necessarily
very few, and are violently opposed
by the farmers. He sas Blaine's
nomination was received with favor,
all the opposition to him of four
years ago having died out
can't stand Cleveland's record.
Boston, Aug. 6. The Journal this
morning prints a note from President
beeley of Amherst college, one oi tuo
most prominent and influential men
in the independent movement, which
says: "I have advocated laying down
certain principles on which it has
seemed to me important to take our
stand. I havd thus far neither advo
cated nor onposed any particular can
didate, but if the charges concerning
Cleveland are true I do not see how
any one with self-respect can vote for
the .man, or how a party with any pre
tensions of decency can keep such a
man in nomination. To affirm that
the offenses are not venal, because
they have not been flaunted in the
face of the public, or to argue that
since they affect only the candidate's
private life they are no bar to his
election to high public office, indicate,
I should say, a shocking debauchery
of moral sentiment."
BUTLER ANNOUNCES THAT HE WILL
Boston, Aug. 6. The following let
ter is self-explanatory:
Hon. Charles A. Dana, editor of tho
New York Sun Dear Sir: As a
means of reaching more querists than
I can do in any other way, I write you
this note for such use as you choose
to make of it. Answer: I do intend
to stand by my nominations for tho
greenback and laboring men and anti
monopolists, and I hope everybody
will vote for me who thinks that it is
the best thing to do. I will give rea
sons to the public as soon as I can
have the benefit of Mr. Cleveland's
letter of acceptance, that where I dis
agree with him I may do him no in
justice. Very truly, your friend and servant,
Benjamin F. Butler.
TO NOMINATE A CANDIDATE FOR VICE
Chicago, Aug. 6. The following;
will be sent out to-morrow to each;
member of the national anti-mono-!
Hkaob'bs Nat'l Anti-Monopoly Com. I
Chicago, August 7, )
Dear Sir: Under instructions
from the convention of May 14th, it
becomes the duty of the national
committee to select a candidate for
vice president of the United States.
For this purpose, and for the trans
action of other important business,
the members of said committee aro
hereby notified to meet at the head
quarters in the Briggs house. Chi
cago, at 11 a. m., Saturday, August 1G.
le&L xou aro earnestly urged to be
present B. F. Shively, Sec.
John F. Henry, Chairman.
Washington, Aug. C Ex-Repre
sentative Page, of California, will
leave here about the 28th inst for his
state, to take an active part in the
oampaign for Blaine and Logan. Ho
said to-day, "I am just from New
York. I cannot tell how that state is
going. The independent element in
that state, both Democratic and Be
publican. is a matter that must be
considered somewhat important"
"How is the Pacific coast?"
"Oh, the coast is all right It will
be for Blaine and Logan, beyond a
doubt The true Americans intend,
anyway, to take charge of this conu
try." THE FARMERS FOR PROTECTION.
New York, Aug. G. News comes
from Kansas and other states where
the wheat industry has been almost
destroyed by the low tariff, that
farmers aro up in arms and will im
mediately work against the Demo
cratic party, being deeply affronted
by insults offered their represent
atives by the platform of the Demo
cratic national committee, Morrison,
spokesman of the committee, not
even being willing to accord them a
THE AMERICAN POLITICAL ALLIANCE.
Boston, Aug. 6. The national ex
ecutive committee of the American
political alliance, in secret session
yesterday, ordered all councils in the
United States to make nominations
for president and vice president of
the United States. These nomina
tions will be forwarded to state coun
cils, where they will be audited and
be submitted to the national council,
which will hold a convention with
open doors September 5th, and an
nounce their candidates.
Albany, Aug. 6. Gov. Cleveland
leaves Albany to-morrow afternoon
for Upper Saran3C lake, in the Adir
ondacks, where he will probably pass
a two weeks' vacation. The governor
states that all rumors concerning his
letter of acceptance are without
foundation. The governor received a
deputation of French-Canadians, res
idents of the United States, who are
holding a convention.
LOGAN MAY VISIT THE COAST.
San Fbanctsoo, Aug. 6. It is stated
that Gen. Logan will be invited to
make a campaign speech in this city.
The time will probably be arranged so
as to have him speak on the evening
of the opening of the Bepublican
wigvvam, now in course of con
struction. WM, EDGAR,
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Brier Pipes,
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
CORNER MAIN AND CHENAMUS ST8.
Columbia Transportation Company.
TIIE POPULAR STEAMER
PXa HHi T
Which has been refitted for the comfort of passengers will leave
"Wilson & I'ishcr's Dock o ery
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M.
Returning leaves rortland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
f-An additional trip will be made on Sunday of Each IVeeK, leaving Portland
at s t oiocit nannny jiornmc.
for Sound ports.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
11. It. I'AUKKit.
Al. CKOSIJ Y.
First Class in all Respects.
FREE COACH TO THE HOUSE.
Figures iw Lie !
.OF THE CHOP HOUSE
Can piove b his books that he ia doing the
biggest niisiiifvi oi any
In the city, and he 'Rill guarantee to give
I he bo-d meal for cash.
To SMOKERS of Blackwell's
Genuine Bull Durham
This Special Deposit is to guarantee tho
payment of tho 25 premiums fully described
in our former announcements.
The premiums will Lc paid, no matter how
small the number of bags returned may be.
OJic JUacJctteirM Durham Tnbaeeo Co J
Durham, K. C, ifay 10, 1651 J
T. A. WILEY. Esq,
Cathicr Bank of Durham, Durham, A. C
Dfjm Sm:-Wo Inclose jon S1U950W. which
rleare place on Special Deposit to pay premiums
for our empty tobacco Ikutr to be rcturnert Dec.
15th. Youra truly. J. S. CA11B. lTetident
OJiee of the Bant of Durham,
, Durham, A', C, Hay 10, 188LJ
3. S. CARR. Esq .
frtf BlatkweWi Durham Tobacco Co.
Dear Sik: I hae to acknowledge receipt of
tll.9M.oo from you. which we have placed upon
Special Deportt for the object i ou Btete.
' Yonre truly. P. A. WILEY, Cashier.
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used to promote assimilation of tho food
and eurich the blood. Indigestion, the chief
obstacle to an acquisition of strenptli bv the
weak. Is an ailment which infallibly suc
cumbs to the action of this peerless correc
tive. Loss of flesh and appetite, failure to
sleep, and grow inp eIdeuce of premature
decay, aro sbeedlly counteracted by the
KTeat invlgorant, which braces up the phy
sical energies and fortifies the constitution
aglnst disease. For sale by all Druggists
and Dealers generally.
A General Banking and Exchange Busi
ness transacted. Eery facility Tor prompt
and satisfactory business.
Drafts on the leading cities of the United
States and Europe.
H " CELEBRATED M A
;ers bj this route connect at Kalaina
u. u.suorr, rresment
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ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine
All kinds of
lromptly attended to.
A specialty made of repalrlnc
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
IlENTON STREET, NKAR PARKER HOUSE,
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
LAM ana MABDJE ENGINES
Boiler Work, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. Oral I Descriptions made to Order
at Short Xotlco.
A. D. "Wass, President.
J. O. Hostler, Secretary,
I. W. Case, Treasurer.
A. V. Allen,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Wines, Liquors ,Tobacco,Cigars
C. H. BAIN & CO.
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 boat material on hand.
C. H. BAI. A CO.
The Str. GLEANER,
B. F. STEVENS. - - Master.
Will lea e Wilson & Fisher's Dock
Every Monday, at A, M.
For Deep 'River and. Way Landings, and
Every SatBrday, at A. M,
For John Day's River.
On other days will do general work. A
good BCOwls run In connection with tha
steamer, and Lumber, Wood, etc., promptly
Oregon Railway & Navigation
During the month of July, 183. Ocean
Steamers will sail from Portland to San
Francisco, and from San Francisco to Port
land, as follows., leaving AInswortb. Dock,
Portland, at Midnight, and Spear Street
Wharf, San Francisco, at 10 A. ji. :
From Portland. I From San Francisco.
Oreon... ?...Moa 4 State of Oal....Sat 2
Htate of Ual....8at 9 Columbia .Thnr 7
ouiumuu, -laar niuregon ...:.. ..Tuea 12
Oregon .Tnes 19
State ofCal... .Sun
state of ul....Sun U
Columbia Fri 29
uoiomoia tri 22
Oregon Wee 27
State of CaI..Moa 1
Oregon Wed S
Matn of Cal....Mqa SiColmabia ..V.T.Hat
Through Tickets sold to all principal
cities in the United States, Canada and
Tassenger Trains leave Portland for East
ern points, at 11 :4U A. M. dally.
K1TES DIVISION (Middle Celaaibla).
Boats leave Portland for Dalles at 7 :00
land for I
land for iMonl Tu. lwe.lThu.1 Frl.
Astoria and I
lnmbia....l6AM RAM GAM
i. ion. ur. ; i am : 17AM
Co3.?;" SAMl !
Tacomaand Seattle, dally at 10 PM
victona Steamers donot run bandars.
cept'sanda10" '" Port,ftnd l 6 ra- dn"
. T o 0. H. PEESCOTT,
A. L. STOKES. Manager.
Oen'l Freight and Pass. Act. h
. E. A. KOYES. Agent Astoria.
Oregon & California R. R.
On and after June 28, lSSi, trains will run. as
follows : DAILY (Except Sundays).
Between PORTLAND sad AHIUjAND
Portland 7 :30 A. MlAshland 5:40 A. at.
Ashland 0:20 P. ai Portland.. 455 p. m.
ALBANY EXPRE83 TRAIN.
Portland 4 M) p. ar.Lcbanon....o 0 p. ai
Lebanon 4 M A. M.PortIand... 10 rfB a. at
Pullman Palace Sleeping Car leaves Port
land Mondays and Thursdays. Returning
leaves-Ashland Tuesdays and Fridays.
The Oregon and California Railroad Ferry
makes connection vlth all Regular Trains
on Eastside Division, from the foot of F St.
Between Portland and Corvallla
Portland 9 :00 A. M.ICorvallls 4 :30 P. M.
Corvallls 8 :3o A. M.Portland..3 0 p. m.
Portland 5 :00 p MMciI!nnvIUe.8 :00 pm
McMInnvllleJJ:45 a MPortland 8 :30 am
Close connections made at Ashland
with the Stages of the Oregon and Califor
nia Stage Company.
Local tickets forsale, and baguage checked
at Company's up town oftlce, corner Stark
and Second streets.
-Tickets to all the principal points in Cal
ifornia, can only be procured, and baggage
checked, at the Company's office,
Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or.
Freight will not bo received for shipment
after 5 o'clock p.m. on either the Eastside
or Westside Divisions.
R. KOEHl.EB, E. P. ROGERS,
Manager. O. F 4 P. Agt
llwaco Steam Navigation Go.'s
Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort Canby,
Connecting by stages and boats for
Oysterville, Montesano and Olympia
Until further notice the llwaco
Steam Navigation Co.'s steamer
Will leave Astoria
On Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
(Mondas, Thursdays and Saturday being
Oysterville and Montesano mall days.)
at 7 A. M.
Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and llwaco
Wednesdays, and Fridays
The steamer-will leave Astoria at 9 a.m.,
as formerly, not beJng confined, strictly to
Oa Taesdays and Thursdays
A SECOND TRIP will be made, leaving As
toria at 1 F. M"., connecting with steamer
TTWc West, from Portland.
Fare to Fort Canby and llwaco, 31 00
"Tickets can be bought at the office for
l-Ilwaco freight, by the ton. in lots of
one ton or over, $2 per ton,
T"For Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the office of the company, Gray's
wharf, foot of Benton street.
Westport aad Astoria
THE FAVORITE STEAMER
Which has been thoroughly refitted for the
comfort of Passengers will run this season
between Westport and Astoria
As follows :
Leave Westport at 7 :30 A.M.
Arriving In Astoria at 10 :30 A. m.
Leave Astoria at 2 P. M.
Arrive In Westport at C p. si.
Will touch at all way landings.
For freight or passage apply on board or
to CAPT. ,TAS. COX,
W. E. DEMENT & CO.
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON
.Carry In Stock,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET
Prescriptions carefully Compounded
T E. HIGGIXS,
County School Superiatedet
Office at Badollet & Co.'s Cannery, Upper
J FRAXK PAGE. M. .
Physician and Sargeea.
Office opposite the Johansen building.
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Budding. Telephone JTo. 40,
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ASTORIA, - Oregon.
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ROLAXD & DORRIS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office m Kinney's Block, opposite City
Hall, Astoria, Oregon.
Q B. THOMSON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Room No. 6, over White House.
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
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Room No. 8.
Q JBF.XHO HARTLV, 3T. O.,
Physician and Hntgeem.
ASTORIA, - - OREGON.
OFFiCK-Room 12, Odd Fellows Building.
Residence Hume's building, up stairs.
JAY TUTTIiE, M. .
PHYSICIAN AND SUBGEON
Office Rooms l, 2, and 3. Pythian Build
ing. Residence On Cedar Street, back of
St. Mary's Hospital.
F. P. HICKB.
HICKS & SHAW,
Rooms in Allen's Building, up stairs, cor
ner Cass and Squemoqua streets. Astoria.
Bozorth & Johns,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
Buy aud sell all kinds of Real Estate and
represent the following Fire
Insurance Conpanles :
Scottish Union and Na-
Phoenix of Hartford
Home of New York,
Hamburg and Bremen.
Phenix of Brooklyn.
Policies written by us in the Phoenix and
Home and Scottish Union and National at
BANKING AND INSURANCE!
I. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
Astoria, - on era oar.
OFFICE HOUR :
From 9 o'clock A. M. until S o'clock 1. M.
B. S. Worsley,
Offlce and Ware Rooms on Squemoquu
Street, next door to comer of Olney.
Advancements made on Consignments
No Charges for Storage of Goods
Tailorinrx, Cleanii, Repairing,
NEAT, CHEAP AND QUICK.
Mala St., opposite N. Loeb'a, Astoria, r.
BARRELS AND HALF-BARRELS
All Kinds of Cooperage Done.
O-Leave order with JOHN ROGERS,
Superintendent, at Central Market.