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ASTORIA, OREGON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1884.
VOL. XXII, NO. 4H.
PRICE, FIVE CENTS:
TLf I8S IIATT1E B1TKJ.Y,
TEACHER PIANO AND ORGAN.
Apply at O. W. WOODS',
lteft is hy j.fniiiv.:(:i 5u 5iof. f'ooV.
r 1:. minus.
Comity Krliool SijpcrSnlJisSoii
Office at I!ji!(l!'t A ( t '-. rj::iif 5'pjn'r
I fkaxk. rxuz.. m. a.
Vly nlvUwx nudursfon.
Office opposite the Jolianseu building.
ASTORIA - - - OKKiiOX.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Abstracts i" Title n Specialty.
Rooms 11 and 12, Knights cf Pythian Ca'tlo
Building. Telephone 3T0.40.
Attorney :t ml Counsellor at i.:itv
Room 12, Odd Fellows Building.
ASTORIA, - Oregon.
QEO. A. DORUIS. GEO. NOI.AM)
XOK.ARI & DORISIS.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office in Kinney's Block. pposlte Cit
Hall, Astoria, Oregon.
Q B. TnOMSOA,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Room No. G, over White House,
c. w. fultox. :. o. kiti.tox.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Rooms 5 and C, Odd Fellows Building.
X ..A. BOWLBY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Chenamus trcet, - - ASrORIA. OREGON
JOSEPH A. G1I,L,
JWOmce with J. Q- A. Bowlby.
"P C. HOLDKX,
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AXU JX
AECHITECT AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Scholars received for Course of Draughting
ES"Office over White House Store.
T.KIiO P. PARKER.
Clateep Comity, and City or Astoria
Office : Chenamus street, Y. M. O. A. hall
Boom No. 8.
,r EXSOA 31 ARTIST, 31, IK,
Physician and Surgeon.
ASTORIA, - - OREGON.
Office Room 12, Odd Fellows Building.
Residence Hume's building, up stair-;.
JAY TUTTJLE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AUD SUKGEON
Office Rooms 1, 2, and 8. Pythian Build
ing. Rksidence-Oii Cedar Stieet. hack of
St. Mary's Hospital.
F. P. HICKS. A. K. SHAW
HICKS & snxiw.
Rooms in Allen's Building, up stairs, coi
ner Cass and Squemoqua sti eels. Astoria
Bozorth. & Johns,
Real Estate and insurance Agents,
Buy and sell all kinds of Real Estate and
represent the following Fire
Insurance Conpanics :
Scottish Union and Na
tional, assets $33.C0Q,O0o
Phoenix of Hartford 4.500.000
Home of New York, 7,ooo.0oo
Hamburg and Bremen. " 2,000.000
Phenlx of Brooklyn. " 4.000.000
Oakland Home, soo.ooo
Policies written by us In the rhcenlx and
Home and Scottish Union and National at
BANKING AND INSURANCE !
I. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ASTOIUA. - OREGON
OFFICE nOURS :
From 9 o'clock A. M. until 3 o'clock P. M.
A General Banking and Exchange Busi
ness transacted. Every facility for prompt
and satisfactory business.
Drafts on the leading cities of the United
States and Europe.
CLATSOP COUNTY BRANCH
Room No. li White House building, Astor.a
Hilts collected in any part of the United
States or Canadas.
"This association has over 5,000 correspond
ents. - LANGJWN, STICKLES & GO.
This medicine, combining Iron with ruro
vegetable tonics, quickly and completely
Cures Djspcpsla, IndiRCKlIon, WrnuncsK,
Impure Hlond, JIal aria, Chills and Fe cm,
It is an unfailing remedy for Dbniases of tbo
KirfnrjK nnrt l.lver.
It is Invaluable for Diseases peculiar to
Women, and all 'who lead fcdentary lives.
Itdocsnot injure the tecth.caiLebeadachc.or
produce constipation oUit Iron medicines do.
Itenrichesand purifies the blood, stimulates
the appetite, aids the assimilation of food, re
lieves Heartburn and Belching, and strength
ens the muscles and nerves.
For Intermittent Fevers., Lassitude, Lack of
Energy, &c, it has no equal.
V3" The genuine has alwve trade mark and
rcsscd red lines on w rapper. Take no other.
u)r.lybj IlEOHXClIEaiUL Ok, BlLTirOUE, HR
HEMXJTO.V, WOODAKI) X CO., Portland, Or.
From these sources arise three-fourths
of the diseases of the human race. These
symptom indicate their existence:
lioss of Appetite, Rowels costive,
Sick Headache, fullness after eat
ing, aversion to exertion of body or
mind, Eructation of food, Irritabil
ity of temper, loxr spirits, Afcelinf;
of having neglected some duty,Dlz
2incgs,FlutterinattlicIIeart,Iota before the eyes, lilRhly colored
the use of a remedy that acta directly on
the Liver. AsaLivermedicincTCTT'S
PILLS have no equal. Their action on
the Kidneys and Skin Is nlso prompt;
removing all impurities through theso
three scavengers of tlie s stem,"
produchig appetite, sound digestion,
regular stools, a clear skin and a vig
orousbody. TDTT'S PILLS cause no
nausea or griping nor interfere "With
daily work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
boldeverraere25s. O nice 44 AlurraySt.N Y.
GeatHaik ok WniSKEES changed in
stantly to a GLOSSr Uiu.ck try a. single
application of this Dvc. Sold by Drug
ssts,orsent by express on receipt of $1.
Ofljce, 44 3Iurrav Street, New York.
nrr3 iluttal c? tcinrL sxcsifss izzz.
A&i W t &&
Wholesale and Retail Dealfr in
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Drugs and Chemicals
t j i m
-T Ul XJ i.XXVi.Ii.JJ.IJl fm
Prescriptions carefully compounded
Day or Night.
SAYS THERE WILL BE
NO INCREASE OF PRICES
IX HIS CHOI HOUSE
A XD THAT HE IS DETERMINED TO
tft. maintain hU reputation for keening the
brst and cheapest Restaurant in town, even
at a loss to Limn If, Ah:Ie the dull tim last.
J. C. ROSS
Has Opened a First-Class
ESTARLISIDIEXT OX MAIN STREET,
Above Pioneer Restaurant.
Funerals attended ; everything necessary
provided, and in all cases,
B. S. Worsley,
CBOfflce and Ware Rooms on Squemoqua
Street, next door to corner of Olney.
Advancements made on Consignments
No Chnrffca for Storage of Goods.
The Story of an Idaho illnlut
It- llappy People.
Tbi're is a little valley in the Moun
tains of we will sny Idaho. I 's
isolated from the world ly oio hun
dred miles of nionutaius. oer w'suni
there is only a trail. A fronti rv.. :n
had settled it origina'ly an 1 1 .ken i:
the land. After a while n pro;-(r
came along and located a '& mine
iu the foothills just outside t'je val
ley. He sold his claim to a er.iitai.st
wlo had a quartz mill packed in.
With him came a merchant, a hele:
keeper, a saloon keeper, a d cj'r. a
lav.3er, a hntcher aad some inincio.
The original rancher concerted the
Avihl acres iuto a farai and raised a
luxuriant crop. The mine jielded
splendidly; the miners were regularly
paid; the" farmer received an extrava
gant price for his farm preducts: the
merchant did well; the doctor was
kept busy; the lawyer did the lcal
business for the camp; the butcher
was thriving, and it was the most
joyous and prosperous camp in all
Idaho. The denizens christened it
"Happy Valley." But the merchant
in one of his "visits to a lower city
had purchased among other things a
lot of second-hand books These in
cluded the works of several eminent
English, authors on political econ
omy. In mining camps through the
long evenings people will read almost
everything, and so these books were
read" These writings gave the people
of Happy Valley new ideas. The
farmer concluded" that the merchant
was charging him too much for tea,
coffee, tobacco and clothes. So slyly
he sent away to the nerest town for
supplies for a year. When they ar
rived he chuckled over his smart
stroke of business. About the same
time the butcher concluded that if
he could substitute goats for sheep
aud get the samo price that he was
receiving for mutton, he would bo
getting rich twice as fast So he
slyly drove in goats and was careful
to slaughter them down the canyon,
where the heads and pelts were con
cealed. He wa3 happy. The men who
were subject to attacks of illness con
sulted together and sent away for
patent specific?, which cost only halt
the charge of regular physicians. The
merchant s charges nail become a
cause of remark; so that the whole
settlement", on the sly, sent for clothes
and.groceries, and all the loose money
of the camp was sent ont About this
time the owner of the mine concluded
that there was no sense in paying SI
per dav to white miners when China
men could be employed for 81.50. So
ho paid off;hitr Chinamen. and-pjaJiarjddi&Qa-to the $23QQQJreura'n1huU
their "places Chinese: The Mongol-fed to. The present management of
iaus brought their own rice, opium,
fish and clothes. That winter the
merchant sold few goods. To save
expense the people did their own
drawing up of contracts, and the
lawyer suffered and grew reckless.
The goat meat was not relished, and
so the people lived mostly on such
wild meat as they could kill, and the
butcher was ruined. The doctor had
no practice and no money. The farm
er could not sell his crops, because
each man had laid in his own sup
plies. The hotel man committed sui
cide. The Chinese, not understand
ing mining, permitted the mine to
cave; half of them were killed in the
cave, the rest of them fled the coun
try, and the mill was closed down.
The only place where any life re
mained was at the saloon. ""With in
creasing trouble people drank harder
and harder. Having no money, they
incurred heavy bills. To brace up the
saloon keeper determined to send for
some drugs and make his own liquor.
He did so, but not being an expert,
the compound which he produced
was something to briug tears to one's
eyes. But the people drank. It was
all they could do, though the bever
age furnished them was as uncertain
and unyielding as the time-lock on a
patent safe. The farmer's crop was
drunk up, and his farm mortgaged;
the goods of the merchant were
slowly absorbed, the butcher, the doc
tor and lawyer all had long accounts.
At last the fatal drugs began to do
their perfect work. The old farmer
suddenly collapsed and died. The
lawyer soon followed him; the butch
er succeeded him. When the snow
melted from the trail the next snrin
a solitary proprietor visited the place.
He found no living thing to greet him
but the bone3 of the former residents
wero scattered all around as the wolves
had left them. The barkeeper s body
was lying in his saloon. In one hand
was grasped a piece of charcoal, and
on the outside of the bar was writ
ten the follewing:
"We were prosperous, but thought
the tariff too high. We all went in
for free trade, and"
The hand had apparently grown too
heavy and the eyes too much glazed
to pursue the theme further. It was
thus that the great problem of tariff
and free trade was finally settled in
the deep fastnesses of "the Idaho
mountains where Happy Valley
Uluet Justice lireen holds that
while a man was killed during a
drunken row, his widow has a good
cause of action for damages against
the man who sold the liquor to the
killer. The decision was rendered in
the case of Westfall against Dunni
gan. "Westfall was killed by Jack
They were sitting in the front par
lor, and he observed that he "really
onght to go, as it was getting quite
late." "No, wait a few minutes long
er," she pleaded; "I -want you to see
tho funny little man that brings
around the morning papers." He
passes the house now Tvithont look
ing up at the windows.
The Arab compels his horse to
eat from the ground in order to main
tain the curve of his backbone. This
is the natural way of feeding, and is
an argument for low mangers.
I was cured of rheumatism, says
Mr. Albert Smith, 221 W. 24th street
N. Y., by St. Jacob3 Oil, after suffer
ing eight years.
As to KicKinj; Cows.
A correspondent of the Ohio Far
mer, who evidently has an abundant
supply of muscle force, aud depends
upon the use of it, gives his method
of curing kicking cows in the follow
"I once had a cow. eight jears old,
tiM was the worst kicking cow I ever
fcjtw. from her youth up. She had
been cor.xed and whipped and whip
ped and coaxed, but all to no pnr
pov.'. I made up my mind that the
next time she kicked I would tnke up
her hind log and hold it while some
one milked her. I only had to wait till
the next morning to see the fun. The
next niornhyj soon came around,
the cow kicked as usual, and the in
stant she kicked I lifted up her hind
leg, and iu spile of her, held it up
until she gave up all effort in trying
to get control of her leg again. I
called a hand to come and milk her,
I holding up her leg all the time; I
then let her have her leg again. I
kept her three years after that, and
she was never known to kick again.
I have broken a number of oows of
the habit of kicking, in the same way.
The instant your cow kicks, lift up
her leg, and hold it, just as a black
smith would hold up a horse's hind
leg to set a ahoe. If you let your cow
go until you can call your neighbors
to help you, she will never get the
idea that you hold np her leg because
she kicked. The above treatment is
more effective than all the halters and
tying legs ever invented to break a
cow of kicking."
Making a Settlement.
It is stated in a pamphlet recently
issued by the Oregon Improvement
company, that the sale of the com
pany's agricultural lands to the O. I?.
& N. company, reduced the floating
debt about S520,000, the number of
acres sold being 130,000, at SI per
acre. The Oregon Improvement
company invested about $220,000 in
the Cedar Eiver extension of the
Columbia and Puget Sound railroad.
This extension was intended to be
built about twenty miles from Eenton
Junction to the Green river coal dis
trict, and was projected after the
company had arranged to become the
owner of 30,000 acres of coal lands
under the agreement made with the
Northern Pacific Uailroad company,
through Henry Villard, then its
president, to purchase the said lands
at the government price of S20 (?) an
acre. On the strength of this agree
ment the Improvement company ex
pended some $70,000 in exploration".
surveys, anil in .opening a mine, in
the Northern Pacific company has
declined 4o recognize the agreement
between Mr. Villard and the Improve
ment company, and np to the present
timo no settlement of the difficulty
has been made. Tho officers of the
Improvement company have intimat
ed that as the amount Mr. Villnrd
agreed to sell (30,000 acres) was prob
ably more Hum the company would
require for its use for some years to
come, they would be willing to con
sider the acceptance of 5,000 or 6,000
acres, and it is expected that there
will be a settlement on that basis.
As we have of late alluded to the
superstition of the Chinese wo would
further impress this fact upon our
readers. Au actual illustration
comes jrom Silverton as follows;
Some Chinamen who were stopping
in a cabin above town got scared
and jumped their grubbing contract.
They claimad that they heard a ,;Mel
ican devil" walking on the roof at
night, and when they looked for him
he wasn't there. For superstition
the Chinese take the palm. It is more
than probablo that their "devil" was
an Oregon wood rat. Sam, who is a
Chinese contractor, gave us these
facts, and when the Ingersolian re
porter told him that the "devil" was
played out, Sam said: "No, not
muchee. Bob Ingersol old flaud."
He then proceeded to say that his
cousin had to laave a cooking job in
Astoria on account of the interference
of a "Melican devil." The aforesaid
devil changed tho clock so as to get
Sam's cousin up at two o'clock in tho
morning instead of six o'clock. The.
same devil would stait fires in tho
stove at the most unseasonable hours
in the night. Of course Sam's broth
er left Sam stoutly believes in dev
ils, and no "Melican argnment can
convince him to the contrary." Port
An acquaintance of Jas. G. Blaine
gives the following version of the
way in which Ingersoll came to apply
the name of "Plumed Knight." When
Blaine's hair begau to turn gray, a
strip across the top of his head turned
first, and became nearly white, while
the rest of his hair and beard was
dark. The strip resembled a white
feather laid across the top of his
head, and was spoken of by his
mends as Blame's feather or plnme.
A Michigan justice of the peace,
eager for business, has iasued this
card: " Marriage ceremonies per
formed at all hours of the day or
night. Especial attention given to
claims of soldiers who vrere frighten
ed or disconraged during the war.
Office hours from one o'clock in tho
morning to midnight, standard time."
The Greatest Canal In the World.
It is the Alimentary Canal. It goes
straight from your mouth to your
stomach. Every morsel of food you
eat goes through it. It is intimately
connected with your digestive appa
ratus, with your comfort and with
your ability to get along in the world.
But if the machinery to which it
leads gets out of order, look out for
"worry and misery. Keep the Canal
and the whole system in prime order
by using Brown's Iron Bitters, the
"world's great iron tonic. Mr. D. E.
Taft, Vail, Iowa, says, '1 used
Brown's Iron Bitters for my dyspep
sia; and found it excellent and satisfactory."
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache.Toethache,
Bore Throat, BireWax. Sprats Braise.
Bursa, Scald. Froat Bite.
ISO ALL OTHER BODILT FUSS AXD ACHX8.
SM by Drucxitu and Dnlen eTerrwbcre. FlAr Ctnti a
bottle. Direction, la 11 LD(uti.
THE CHARLES A. VOGELEtt CO.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
II, D. PARKEU. Prop..
ASTOIUA, - - - OREGON.
Pirst Class in all Eespects.
FREE COACH TO THE HOUSE.
Fipres toer Lie !
OF THE CHOP HOUSE
Can prove hy his hooks that he is doing the
biggest business of any
In Hie city, and he will guarantee to give
the best meal for cash.
Oysters, lee Cream,
The New Model. Everything First
Cast Street, rear of Odd-Fellows Building;
Every attention paid my customers, and
the best set before them In first-class style.
Wishes to announce to his rlcnds and the
public jjenerally, that he has opened
RESTAURANT AND BAKERY
In the Hue new building opposite the
O. R. & N. Compan 's Dock.
The Best the Market Affords
Cooked to Order.
eii:ar at as.t. ;ioufits.
S. B. CROW.
New Rooms. Her 'Material
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS.
U3" Mr. W'n:. A. Bell, of Fan Francisco,
one ol the most ski'lful photographists on
the Coast, assists in tho operating room.
Fine Work a Specialty.
On the ROADWAY nearly opposite St.
Columbia Transportation Company,
FAST TIME! FAST TIME!
THE POPULAR STEAMER
"Which has been refitted for the comfort of passengers will leave
Wilson & Fisher's Dock every
Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M.
Returning leaves Portland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
C-An additional trip will be made onJIaaday ef Each Week, leaving Portland
at -9 O'clock. 8riBIay,MrHlajc- Passengers b this route connect at Katoma
for Sound ports. - U. B.SCOTT, President
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
BKrrox Strket, Near Parker ITocsk,
ASTORIA. - ORF.GO.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
BoilerWork, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. CASTINGS ,
Or all Descriptions saade to Order
at Short Notice.
A. D.Wass, President.
J. G. Hcstlkr, Secretary,
I. W. Case, Treasurer.
3. AKNDT & FERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
All kinds of
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
Magnus G. Crosby
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
TMti and Copper.
FEANK H. LAIGHTON.
Fruits, Notions, Cigars
Water St. between West 8tl
and West Oth,
Tropical and Domestic Fruits per every
steamer. Nuts, Candies, eta. at Laighton's.
Everything Fresh and First-class.
Cigars, Tobacco and Notions,
Cor. Squemoqua and Olney streets, Astoria.
Westport aad Astoria,
TOUCHING AT KNAPPA.
THE FAVORITE ST.EAMER
"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.
Knappa at 8:30.
Arriving In Astoria at 10 so A. si.
Leave Astoria at 2 P. M.
Arrive In Westport at 6 p. ar.
"Will touch at all way landings.
For freight or passage apply on board or
to ' CAPT. JAS. COX,
Oregon Railway & Navigation
During the month ol July. 18, Ocean
Steamers will sail from Portland to San
Francisco, and from San Francisco to Pott
land, as follows, leaving Alasworth Dock.
Portland, at Mldnleht. and Shear Street
"Wharf, San Francisco, at 10 A. M. :
From Portland. 1 From San Francisce,
State of Cal.
Sute of CaI.
bUto of Cal.
. ..Hon 4
SUte of Oal.. ..Sat 3
Columbia. -Thar t
Oregoa .Tan U
bUteof Cl....hw 1
ColoaakU 7ri , $
Orecoa We XI
SUta of Cal... .Moa 1
ThroHsh. Tickets sold to an principal
cities In the United States. Canada aoC
Passenger Trains leave Portland log East
ern points, at 11 :4) A. M. daily.
Pullman Palace Cars rranhj betveea Port
land, and St. Panl, T
RIVER DIYISiex (Middle Calaaakla),
Boats leave Portland for DaU G 7 ;
A hi. x
Leave Port-I j l I I ' I '
land for JMonl Tu. We. Thu. Frl. 1 Sat
lumbia.. ..16 AMIS AM
Salem ....) i- . ,,i
Tacpmaand Seattle, daily at 1:98 rl
itiuni oieamera ao not nu Manaars.
Le&jes Astoria for Portland at 8 a. m. daft ta-
C. H. PJIESCOTT.
A. L. STOKES, Manager.
Gen'l Freight and Paae. Agt.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
Oregon & California R. H
30 Hours between Portland and San Fran
Cisco. Only 21 hour' staging. -Fare
to San Francisco $32 ; to Saenuaeaio f W
Leave Portland at 7 i30 a. m. dally (except
Sunday) : Arrive at San Francisco
6 H0 p.m., third day.
ninqn fnrmprtlnna miHi of jtnVilan.
with the Stages of the Oregon and Califor
nia Stage Company.
Between POKTLAXB and AMMXAjrlV
Portland 7:30 A. MlAshland 4:45 a.m.
Ashland 6:20 r.MPortlan6 4:2$ p.'m.
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN.
Portland 4 :00 p. M.ILcbanon 9 3r. M
Lebanon....4 :45 a. M.PortIand. 10 M A. M
Pullman Palace Sleeping Carleavea.Port
land Mondays and Thursdays. Hetamias
leaves Ashland Tuesdays and Fridays.
The Oregon and California EallroadFaur
makes connection with all Begular TraLaA
on Eastslde Dlvtslon, from the root ol F SC
IletweeH Portland and CorvaiMa
Portland 9 -.00 a. ar.CorvallI. 4 Mr.u.
Corvallls 8 :30 a. M.Portland.3 : Km.
Portland 5 :00 p MMcMlnnvllle-8 :08 PM
McMinnvlIle5:45 A MlPortland S -JD a m
Local ticket? for sale, and baggage cheeked
at Company's up town office, corner Stark
and Second strrets. Tickets to all the prui
cipal points In California, can oaly be pro
cured and baggage checked, at the Com
Corner F and Front Sta., Portland, Or.
Freight will not be received for shipmeat
alter 5 o'clock p. m. on either the Eastald
or Westslde Divisions.
R. KOEHLER, K. P. ROOKR8,
Manager. O. F 4 P. Act
llwaco Steam NavigitiM Ct ,'t
Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort Canty,
Connecting by stages and boats for
Oysterville, Montesano and Olympit
Until further notice the Ilwaca
Steam Navigation Co.'s steamer'
Gren. IAXUoiv, -
Will leave Astoria
On Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, outf
(Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays belaft
Oysterville and Montesano mall days.) -
at 7 A.M.
Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canby and llw'acs
Wednesdays, and Fridays
The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 A. uH
as formerly, not being confined strictly ti
On Tuesdays and Thursdays
A SECOND TRIP will to made, leaving As
toria at 1 P. 31., connecting with steamer
Tride Wat , from Portland.
Fare to Fort Canby and Ilwaeo, tl pi
HyTIckets can he bought at the oStca (or
lIlwaco freight, by the ton. In lots at
one ton or over, 32 per ton, t
lFor Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the office ol the company, Grafs
wharl, foot of Benton street
J. JU. U. UXU.X,
The Str. GLEANER
B". F. STEVENS,
Will leave Wilson & Fisher's Dcek
Every Jloiidny, at 9 A. XI.
For Deep River and Way Landings, aad
livery JbTlday, at A. M,
For John Day's River.
Kvery Sutnroay. at A. X.
On other days w 111 do general work. A
good SCOW Is run In connection with the
steamer, and Lumber, Wood, etc, promptly
CUNARD STEAMSHIP LINE
WE BEG LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE A
great reduction in rates over the above
well known line. Parties desiring to go t"
Europe, or wishing to send for friends ia
the old country will find It to- their advan
tage to purchase tickets over the Cunard
line. Tickets Issued by us good. from aav
part of Europe to Astoria.
BOZORTH & JOHNS,
ANY PERSON DESIROUS OF SECUX
Ing the scholarships at Eugeae State
University or Monmouth 8taw Normal
school should apply without.delay ta U
county school superintendent.1
J. E. HIGGLNS.
Office at Badollet & Co.'s, Upper AMOria,