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01 H? -&. Ml On 11' & -"l5 Jr J4 If Vol. xvii. Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning. May 7, 1882. iSTo. 32. ff9&'i ii . . . IF insli mw mW WJkw &'$'& A STRANGE STORT. REMARKABLE FREAK OP NA TURE. A Yonug Woman rinds It Xceessnry to t'liause Her Garment. From ilie quiet rural district lying between the towns of North east and Erie, on the line of the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern railroad, intelligence is received of a remarkable and intensely inter esting freak of nature, the devel opment and culmination of which has been kept a profound becret by those- cognizant of the facts until now, because, of the stand ing of the family and out of re spect of their feelings. The story is as follews: "William P. Baxter is a farmer and has for many years owned a large farm situated be tween Northeast and Ripley. He is frequently in Erie, and is well known to the Erie reporters and to Erie county farmers, all of whom speak of him as a man of unimneachable intergritv. ear the Baxter farm there lives a fam-' ilybythe name of Fear, highly f and raiment. The astonished B.ix respected by their neighbors. , ters discovered that she had left all About twenty-five years ago there , her female clothing, down to the was born in "this family a little ! minutest article, and th.it she had girl, a "sweet little cherub, that J attired herself in a suit of clothes became the pet of the neighbor- belonging to Dr. A. A. Fiecman. hood. They named her Rose, and at this writing au alderman of the those of the Erie references seen ! first ward of Erie, by your correspondent -say she ' Dr. Freeman was a yearly visi was one of the sweetest little ' tor at the B.ixtcr farm and he fre- girls they ever Saw. Rose grew up to bo a lovely child and in duo time she was sent to school. Here she distinguished herself bv the most extraordinary precociousness. Her aptitude exceeded that of scholars 10 vcars older than v self, and in less than two years ; she had passed every other pupil and stood at tho head of the school, the. holder of all the hon- ' ors competed for. At the age of j 14 she entered the services of j Mrs. Baxter, the first wife of the J farmer referred to above. Rosa proved to be as good a girl for farm house duties as she had been a student. The Baxter fam ily liked her so well that she was treated in every rcspec as though she were one of the family. She continued to live there, and when she had attained the age of 18 her hand was sought in marriage b' a young farmer from a neighboring village. For me reason, unac countable at the time to her friends, Miss Fear declined the honorable offer, alleging that she had no de sire to quit the roof of her kind friends. About this time it began to be noticed that Rosa's features were losing their feminine soft ness, and that the effeminate con tour of her hitherto symmetrical form was vanishing and giving place to masculine angularity. Her hands, that were once so well shaped, began to grow large and course, and a down appeared upon her upper lip. The presence of this latter greatly distressed her, and as it continued to grow in spite of all her efforts to prevent it, she became so ashamed that sh. refused to accompany the Baxters to the family pew in the village church, or to mingle in any of the parties in which she had once -been tho most courted belle. The family, while deeply regretting the loss of Rosa's per sonal attractions, tried to laugh her out of her sensitiveness, but the girl appeared to bo consumed with a secret grief. Her mind was somewhat diverted from its silent sorrow at this period by the approaching sickness of Mrs. Baxter. In the few days preced ing the latter lady's accoucliment Rosa shared her bed, and when the baby was born she waited upon her mistress as a nurse, perform ing the various womanly offices 1 incidental to such occasions. About six months after this Rosa did not appear as usual one morning. 2so answer came from her room and when, it was broken open it was found to have been unoccupied that night. AH Rosa's clothes were there hanging up, even to those she was accustomed to wear about the house. Mr. Baxter sent his son Charles to look into the barn, dreading to go himself, fora suspicion of suicide was upper most in his thoughts. But Rosa was not in tiie b-irn, neither was she on any part of the farm. At last the searchers found two let ters in the trunk one addressed to Mrs. Baxter, the other to her parents. The contents of 3Irs. Baxter's letter created the utmost consternation. It said that the writer had gone away that it would be ueles to follow her; that her life had become unbear able; that within a year nature had worked a complete metamor phosis, unsexing her, and making it necessary to change her home quently spends a day or two there, and he was well acquainted with Miss Fear when she was little Rosa, and he often sw her when j " '"'d w:(" " isaxters. lie i had been visiting there a week her-(before she disappeared and had left t ...... I... . ... v -r a " behind by mistake. A month passed away and a letter came, in Rosa's fine hand. It informed tiie family that Rosa was well, and was working as a farm hand in Ohio, but t!,e 6?alnP of tlu letter gave n0 C1U(V "' "or address. Two years elapsed, and one morning a fine looking young man with a sun burned face, magniGcent beard and heavy, dark moustache, stood at tho gate of the Fear homestead. "Do you not know me, Mary?'' he said to the young lady who came out to ascertain his business. The tones were deep and manly and there was a familiar tone in the stranger's voice. "It is Rosa," said the girl, and the next moment the spectators of that scene were regaled with a sight of Msss Mary Fear clasped in the arms of a young fellow, giv ing back as many kisses on his mustache as he showered on her uplifted face. 'Not Rosa, but Charles Fear, now," said the whilom house maid, and then he told them how, after that wonderful change, he hired out as a male help; that he had made a little money and I had come home to live and work on the farm. Mr. Charles runs that farm to-day. and Ripley has no citizen held in higher estimation than he. Since his return he has twice been appointed a teacher in the public schools, and he can be seen oil the Fear farm every day of the week. Such is the remarkable story. The references given were hunted up, and although there was a re luctancy to speak about it, all confirmed the story and indicated that their reluctance to speak of it arose from an apprehension that Mr. Fear's family would not like I to have the story published. Dr. irceman vouched lor the story about the suit of clothes, stating that ha was well -acquainted with all the circumstances connected with the case. Blanks, Promissory notes, bonds for deed, quit claim deeds, mortgage and warranty aeeds, at this office. Teller's Indian Policy. We are slowly but surely evolv ing from a sad experience im provement in the treatment of the Indian tribes. Secretary Kirk wood decidedly favored grants of land to the Indians in severalty. Secretary Teller agrees that this is the proper way as to such a arc civilized euougli to adapt themselves to labor in the fields, but not good as to the wild tribes. He is probably right. Tlieio would be nothing gained by giving land in severalty to most of the Sioux, Cheyennes, Apaches and Crows, who still retain the nomadic in stinct, and will not work. As lo their children, it will doubtless be different if the plan for the geni-r- i al education of vounir Indians . i- .t o . i,ii i..w mooted in the Senate shall be put in operation. 1 ... One suggestion by the new sec letary from Colorado has a meri torious look It is that the reser vation system shall be abolished, and that, as a substitute for it, each tribe shall have laud patent- J ed to it, securing to them precise- t ly the same title which the Gov ernment conveys to incorporations of white men. This is fair and just' to tne tr:oes, nut, u aiso, iiKe me n'-m nf rrriiit:: in snvproltv- Unnlv p.axi ot grants in seeruit. is oni property. It is the plan pursued toward the Cherokces. Choctaws and Chickasaws, and extended to all other tribes. It leaves the ap- pointed rulers oi each tribe to ! enact the local law for the distri billion of the land among the fam ilies, and affords the amplest pos sible protection agnin-t "jumpers" and white interlopers and land thieves. The reseivatiou plan has everywhere failed the moment the land covered by the reservation became of sufficient value to tempt this class of whites to steal it or cause the ndians to be legislated out of it. Their title should be placed on a par with that of any ' corporation of whites to land pat-' entect to mem above tn- re.ion ot ilr.rr..nc: m vinrr..: r. a -" a- Put on Another Plate A tjood story is told of a couple of farmers who lived a few miles apart. One day one called on the other, happening around at dinner time. The peron called upon, by the way, was a rather penniious old fellow. lie was seated at the table enjoying his dinner. The visitor drew up to the stove, look ing wistfully at the table, expect ing the old farmer to ask him to dine. The old man kept oh eat ing. 'What's the news over your way, neighbor? No news over there, eir?' "No, I believe not.'' Presently a thought struck the visitor. "Well, yes, friend,l did hear one item of news worth mentioning." "Ah I wiiat is that?" "Neighbor John has a cow that has five calves."' "Is that so? Good gracious! What docs the fifth calf do when tho others are sucking?" "Stands and looks on ju st as I do, like a fool.-' "Mary, put on another plate." Put the Agreement in Writing. How many misunderstandings arise from the loose way in which business matters are talked over, and then when each party puts his own construction on the conversa tion tho matter is dismissed with the words "All right, all right." Frequently it turns out all wrong, and becomes a question for law yers and the courts. More than three-fourths of the' litigation of the country would be saved if peo ple would pur down their i applicable to civilized tribes, who "'. -?? ',S.,, '"lc";V"""l"s tiotitoaii tiie earrent news, choice mis . " ., .... , '"iSitetMay.M: was c.viht on a siiat; cellan,e.i;rii-iluir.il matter, market 10 ,are capable ol business and uio in the middle channel, 'lhe coilv. aie iSrtse'e It i tnniK'ied to single sub ! . . i i . . ! marked '('. C. Co." ltcUirn in 1. O. Ai-iciib.TNat ' f. npnwj i'l advalice management ot a large leal estate, N,j. -j L""' '" -- ' '"' J'"f'1' "Uwu.li. aareement in writing and sign their names to it Each word in our language has its own pnrticu- j roumt, lar meaning, and memory mav, I'vLATII'Tv"1 100 fathoms, on j.i. jjiy M, at the Caic. near Kinney s net- the change of its position in a .sen-1 r.u-ir. S.vMirnr. Ericksex. teuce, convoy an entirely different I Xnticr. idea from that intended. -When t, , , , t lof cream, Ice cr.wu, at Roscoe s re once redueed to writing, ideas are freshuient saloon, Saturday and Sun- , , , . Mhvewuinss. Ocouii-r.t block, fixed, and I'vjiensive lawsuits I avoided. Kojsks Jo tti--.it , Anjiuii who wants a nii'i-i furnished se'i'.ii i;i a tilcaoanl rieiislj .xm lie not cniiiiiiod.iti'il at ill-. 30!in C'ursau'-, near the Cojir;sitioiial clime!). TaUc loiter. On altci this date aii additional 10 cents per eon! will iv e!miei mtail orders for sawed v. ood not aceoaiionlni bv tliera-li.at (Jr.v. - nc va:J. .Iiitv 1st. issi. nrtipr.i : Xow. miick. caniiil.-ti' i. urinarv nttVetiim. .Mi:arlinr. Iivir.int lor m&.M m.Mthw. ki.lnv .Wic. j ?; Fr,' ,Vrt"-r,m 1)"lvt n A Vls .SiCU.. 1 'oitlaml. Or. I'or JsJilp. Having other business lliat demand-, iny attuition t ofl'er for salo lay eh"" house, situated in this city. .1. M.Fitojmt.vx. i Treat YCm- I'ot-lh ?.et Loi. i iw. . . .1 .. . . F,fiv or sixty tafhoiiiMSm.slie-, deep, . 'i weni ii. n J'jsiM'riu.i!. L'scMchola's ISalm ol (lileail oil for !-oie or chapped hands, for suleby .loe (. Charters. Tide tables free to ill. I'or the finest baths in theeitv no to U,l "'nt batluns io;.m, opposite i iK.iui'ii - at'ction sioie. .iu.. u. niAi.-ii.i.. nop. , ' ! 1' rusuilit'H ami JlouseUerpei- ( , . , . .1 f .-. , . ,. j nave opemu a larse siot k oi iiu ni-, Altenlioii I. ft. orfJ.'S'. . i., .. . . i. i . After the re-ular 'Cssiou. of Astoria loile,o.O,l.p.or(T. I .,on I iir.si..i oveiimu, May Mb, a degree meetiag ii be held, when any idling degrees ;,nd all degree members are lequcsted to be present, f.ci.o V. J'-JRkeis, . C.T. i-Lor.!-.xcn.inov. x, . b. Kiiy h V. i-ftil.v. Tin. W'l i:ki.y Asroni.vs for tbb ,.UH.lc ;s ri of jst MU., i,irrm.,tj UlUt 11CWS of tllC CO'.llltn a-.VOlir fliejllN la the oast want t ii has ei-j few adverliK'i.-'.cnts, aiu muzzle of information that no i.imih elieek to lie- can siiecessriilH squeeze along wi'houl - TwiKli.ll.irs will Imv t!n uhnbt iv.i.i i..r a year, fl 2.". for six montlis.or ten .. n!s per ropv. ' War! 'War! War! Waterfront oil'crrd free to any pei sim that will build a saw mill in the eitv of VjlIiams)iut. Liiinlicr we mils! ii:r,e tulmild tilts city. V'e Iiaeone vlme in running older :it iresent. Quite a isiiiii ber have already loc.iVd huine.s in this eity, and yet tiieie is room. Sold on time to sr.it purchaser-. Located oi.e mile south of Astoria, on tiie sunny side of the mil. on i oium .s li.iy. .J ttlU.IAMsO.V, M: Will Itemove ilr.C. U.Coojier.of the I.X.L. t.ie hai leased the entile lower iloor of the. Knifxhtsof Pjthlas Imiidin and will' remove his stock on or about the titst of I May. Beins ovorstoeked and wishing! to leducc ids inescnt st-k he v.ill offer i as a special indueeiuciit a verj liberal discount to ail cash uuMnmeis imjiiiL; soods to amimiit of .-10 or oer. " Ke-' mnmher llinf. in lnlrtniyin" IWw s-.le i that the discount will hi; handet! Ii.;ek . , ,: I-iirmshe.loriinfnriiBhedioiinise.nl be had at the Union Hotel. - rt-rnrian Uittor, " Uinchona Hubra. Ti.i. Cm. nt fiiiflmn ei fio vn-miol. 1 ho LOUM : Uliclinn as t.lC :l. ilsh iceroy m I'eru in lufl. rue ( oitniess. lis wile, was pros "rated by an mlennit - icni lever, lrom men si:o was ueeil ny Hatlioi than haye them pulled. l..-tL.i ow",'r.P?u. -e ' i aiiplyitiK. at vonr dentist save all lie can. Yon ilesire V" 1,ra(hkl'1 " '"'?'r store and paying to have trouble. beeaiiM- vou have ,,ot ! t -!t , wa j ,V1C Td i1'!' butwt-'e used .Sozodot. When pwieily Jised, j Smit,,ii P-ini and the black buoy, tlieu rub un l!;e Kozounxr. and k-ep i .ia. t nitnM.yy. them all right tor lime to come. , i;,e werKly isti.nnn 4.. .ui.-.u.u uL-u.uie; u.i uitvv.ra ... j'.uii oat ol the ii.ur. it luriiiblies the niitrf and .vmeinoqun MreeK and v. ill sell at tie principle li w hieh the hair is nour o;ui i raiiciseo ,.r.-e. i on in w i jsiicit and siipportpd. U makes the hair moneybybuyuifrof me. - , moW. soft n'ml eloy, anil is unsur- theiiseorthe native renieilv, tiie rem- 're, j-hum. i.-jcem. . i ton liivl- r,r U r.-ill..il T-. ,;,,.! AC. Kill;! Of till' ItllXIl! i,,or.'r tin. pn-mtrv "fiiiiiiniiii.'i ' 'ures tiic-sf by .ittra'UIliK the ian'u..cc or tin. coaiurj, ijuinijuina. 0itiii.!o.l. niemistsand i to r.uro;.e in lua, siio i:itr.f.i.-.-d the Ipiepar.ifionfui the puruose." SoldtivDru: reniedv in Spain, where it was knoivit 'gists, hi j.r bottle, j-eo testiinoniaN', direc undcr "various names, unlj! l.iiin.pus ' tinn, .?., In Miiiplilet, "Treatise on Diseases called it Cinchona, in honor of the udv:" t1"' JJtoo.l." iipvr;a itiouim cacli bottio who kail bronsht them that which waV h.lANvM.SON &Co..l'roiis more precious than the jjolil of theliscjs. ! i.uuaio.A. . To this day. after a lap-e of two lnu:- dred and fifty years, seienee hn niven i 55. J&. 5. 2t S 3 Sl us nothing to take its place. It efieetu-j allv cures a morbid appetite lor .stimu-! iirvlkh i" iiiaieiui ltir nei leemei v.iiii in: leiuin ;....... . t -ri,.. .r.. lant?, by lestonni; tiie natural tone 'of 'S wero in the ilasof the olii Spanish ' Viceroys. We guarantee th iuqreili ents ot theso hitlers to b.; absf)lntel . pure, and of the best known quality. A trial will satisfy yon that this is Uum best bitter in the world. "The proof of the iniddinj: 13 m the eating, and v.e! willingly abhlo this test. For s-alo by all drustgists, crocers and liquor dealers. Order It. Loeb& Co., agents for Astoria.1 me stomacii. ltatiares smismu' love j vniM Vlfin-nr of Iiquoras it doesa fevcr.and destroj.s ; sltl , vtlt5. 5 OtltlW. botli alike. The jiowerful tonic witue 1 ' of the Cinchona is pi evened in the... . , , . Peruvian Bitters , which are n- ejfeetive . time, SfICk, Cement and Sand. flirniiist malarial fever to-d:iv n.s t-iev ' FarnlsUt'tl ftoum-j to &et At-Mr. Muason's lodging housu. tioii't lic In the House. .sk tlnmsr-t-. for "lc Gallon Hats." It elr:ii out r:U, mici'. liodljuss roaches, cr:niii. Hit's, arts .. jiiM-cts. isc per box. I'ln-Ast-nia Sliirt and Oil Clothing Factory has moved next house to O'L'rien's lintel. IVr-nns wisliiilR good oil clothh:' to keej- them dry will please (Mil. Jitvitissy .Urn. V.MIs' Health IJenener. Absolute riirv form-rum-. I"ii!ity ami weakness of th.-fiieratne lii:jrtimi. ?l,at drac irisU Oi.'iton J)t'iv,t, DAVIS A- CO., I'oitlawl, Or. Sherman Urn. Kxprci Will rcc-iu- oiders at the store of 1. V. ('.ii- for upper Asioria or anv other part of theei'y. eave your orders on the slate ;:!l :l;o v ill le promptly at tended to Scl Vonntt. ! Xei ;iiel.itl up, about forty feet mark i oil "IC. K.," on the lead line 'Xo. 12." k .. ui.imm.uh sheet, double the s'Zt" "f ''''' Iailv It i-. jllSt the pa- nerforll.e iiiesid.eont.iiniti" in n, .11- Tt:-.' Pcruvnn s i up has cured thou sands who were -mUTins from dvspep U.debilit,liu-r complaint, boih, lui iioT, female complaints, etc. Pamph lets fieefo an. add) ess. t-eth W'.Fowlf &Sons.IJostnn. IIai.i. Vcoi:rATim: Sicir.i.vx Il.vin J.- 1.1.11V WII1UIIH1.IUM U. some of the um-t powerful restorative aijent . in the vegetable kingdom. It re- stores gr.iy Iiairto Unoriginal eolor. It makes the scalp white and clean. It f.im., .hindrufi' and humors, and fallinc- eeoliomiea! proparatiun ever offered to the public, as its effects lemain a lonp time, lnakiii!! only an occasional appli- f nun. limning ..ii. . .in iiuasiuinu uopil- calieu nocossan. It is reeommended au ,,. ,v eminent medical men, and Xvx-My endorsed bv the State Assaver of Massn(.lmsoUs. "The i.opuhuity'of u:uh n.tir lJenewer has ihcrersid with Iti,0 t,.,i ,.f mai!-. j ears, both in this , country and in f.uvign lands, and it is now known and u-eii in all the civilized J e.iantiles of the world. i i'.ii: Sam. i:y am. 1)i:ali:iis. i j ., , ","r' 1!ot!iern!! 3Iotlicrfl! ! Are fi .li-:i:rlvd at night and broken " V'ltr r,-1 ': ' ,i"!: i""'d suffering j ami enm.; witn ttie excruciating pam f,f flitting teeth '.' If -.o. go at once and j gel : boiile of Jiis. V.'inslow's Soothing ' rap. it u ill relieve the poor littlu suf- ferer iinuii'iliatei,' depend upon it; , theie is no mistake about it. '('here is not a le.oihe- ..:i earth who has eor is-e,l it, who .m nut t!l vou at once tint it i'.ii! i emulate the bowels, and '-ie re't in i ! iii.ither, and relief and health ! tin- .:,i!d,o.i!.'ratinj;Iikiuiia;icl ii i-; jvuroti". -.net.) use in an eases, and ))liM.sjni t.) the t iste, and is the prc serif.lma of one ot the oldest and best j feui.de !n !!;.!.. :.nd nurses iu tho i L'nited stnt.-.s. s.,t,i everywhere. 25 cents a :.)ttle. rzms JJCr fjf til BlQOd. ! Is nn. :i rio'c ell," It U a biood-punner and 'tonic. Iiupnrit of the blood poisons the svs- tern, deranges the circulation, and tlun in- .luces ni.ui disoiiicis, knonu bv dilTercnl names to dltinp:uis'i t!em accorilin? to cf- feels, but Ut-!ii3 icillx liranclips or phase? of tliatsreat sen. tie li -.mli-r. Impurity or I itl,,;,l!- ;?llcb ''r' 0."JffW'. HiOHsiii, Wro. c,n),latal. Constipation. .Yerroiw I)is- t Uc;llttl,Jt luid.ichc, General IPenA- : in . lUart Wf-ia?, nnpiy. Kidney Discabc, niu. i;niuinai,,,i, ra-ann, .vrmtu'a, Skin muingx, dr., prevents and cau?e. Impurity iliNsieiansasree ViiailIrrlivprctl to Order, Praying, Teaming andlExprcis3 Business, Horses analCarriages for Hire. " " . ..,.. WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. .u a i; 1 1. i .is.--s. i,3S,,Hi ;h a hair uriwsns!r. It is the most i i ?i ? 1 Z Sr I S. ARNDT & FERCBEN, ASTOKIA. - OREGON. The Pioneer Machine Shop &z BLACKSMITH 3 SHOI W3i3? 3r- &, Boiler Shop ". 5 ENGB9B, CANHERY, " ANI STEAMBOAT W0EK Promptly attended to. A spTCjalty nvJo of repahln;? CANNERY DIES, foot or i.uvyi:tti: street. ASTORIA IRON WORKS. Hr:.aox Sthi:et, .Veai. I'aukek House, ASTOEIA, - OfiEGOX. GENERAL MACHINISTS AND BOILER MAKERS. LANDiHARlXB BN01KB8 Boiler Work, Steamboat Vork, and Cannery Work a specialty. OjG.ST'XIKrcs-S. Of nil Dcsci-lptSncsi in:ule lo Order at Sl:ort Xotirn. A. I). "Wass. President. J. (!. HcsTi.ni:. Secretary. 1. W. Case, Treasurer. John Fox, Superintendent B. B. FRANKLTN, UNDERTAKER, S57; Corner Cassais.l H-iiiemotlie streets. ASTORIA, - - - -r OltKGON DF.ALr.lt IX WALL PAPER A XI) WINDOW SHADES AND UXDEKTAKEltS C100D.S. SUIT HOUSE! CLOiKS SrHS SUITS lsliall send toanv IiKKSSMSanil DOLMAN'S at prices that CANNOT Hi: DUPLICATED in America, from $15 upwards, with privilege Ot exiinilnillL' at c-lU-I'mvo. nnd If i.nt gooil v.Uuc 1 pay chaigi-s D01H wavs. Ad-, uiesj, with size. Coruor Third and Alder Stroits, I'OitTLAMl. OKEGOX. 8(57,000,000 CAPiTAL. IiIVKUPOOL ANW LO'MON AND OLOIJK, nokth linrnsii and mfjican- TILE OF LONDON AND KDLNBUIUJIL OLD CONNECTICUT OK UAIIT F0K1), AND COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. Kerreicntins a cupital of -SKT.OOO.OOO. A. VAN DUSKN. Asent. Dress Making. 1!V Jtfj's-. T. S. Jewett. Up stairs, opposite Mr-. linkers' Roanlus House. I. W. OASE, IMI'ORTKU AND WIIOLrSALlfAND It TAIL DEALKit IN GENERAL KHCHAHDISE Corner Clienanius and Cas-s stteeti. ASTORIA - - - OP.KGON Take Notice. John Rogers, Central frlarket, Has received' a large lnvoieeof BARRELS AND ITALF BARRELS of the best quality; And 13 now ready to supply Butchers Can neries and all others, cheap for ca9h. MISCELLANEOUS. BUSINESS OABDS. "O C. DOLDEJ', NOTARY PUBLIC, ACCTIOXEElt, COMMISSION AND SUU.VNCE AGENT. TK. J. C. SIIAFTEH, ravsitJA.N ana sikgeox. (DEUTSCHEB AB2T.) UNeast'H of the Throat a Specialty. OGlcc over Conn's Drus Store. J)R. C. C. GLASS, - PHYSICLVX AND SCEOEON, OCiea ow A. V. Aljen'j Store, ASrOKIA, - OKEGON. XI I. M'XN'TOV, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Otilce In C. U Parker's building, on Benton stecet, opposite Custom House, ASTOKIA, - - - OREGON'. TAT XUTTLE, M. . PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Oitick Over tho Vi'hlte House'Btore. ItrsiDF.NCE Over Elberson's Bdkery, op posite Bartlt S: Myers' Saloon. "P P. KICKS, PENTIST, ASTOItlA. .... OKEGON. Itoonis In Allen's building up stairs, corner of Cas and Sieiiiocqne streets. j Q. A. R0WLBY. A1TOKNEY AT LAW. Chenaimu Street. - ASTOItlA. OREOO Q W. KAIS" t CO., Jir-VLXB is Dooi-h. H IuiIotth, nitndH, Trna nOuiN. Lumber, Ktr. All kinds of Oak Lumber, Glass, Boat Mjv terinl, ete. Turning and Bracket Work A SPECIALTY". Stcnm .Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. Opu evic'imd Astor streets. yai. : UUti BOAT BUILDER, AT Till! OLD STAND, OKAY'ri I1U1LDINO FIBST CLAS3 WORE A SPECIALTY. MAGXUS 0. CROSBY, Healer in HARDWARE, 1R0H, STEEL, Iron Pipe and Fittings, Pinters auS Steam- Fitters Goods and Tools, SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD SHEET IRON TIH AND COPPER, Cannery anil FislerDiBns Supplies Stoves, Tin Ware and House Furnisbing Goods. JOBBING IN SHEET IRON. TIN. COP PER PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING Dans with neatness and dispatch. None but ltrst class workmen employed, A large awortment ofl SCALE? Constantly on band WILLIAM EDGAR, Corner Main nnd Chenamua Street. ASTORIA OKSQON DCALKR CI CIGARS AND TOBACCO, Tiie Celebrated JOSEPH RODCERS &. SONS GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY AND THE GENUINE WOSTENHOLM arJ other English Cutlery. FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS Genuine Ploershanm Pipes, etc. A fine stock ot WntrlifM and .Tewelry, Sluucle aaU Itioceh I.ondlns Shot GuttM and Kiilf., irvolvers. l'lutols, nnd Ammiiultlon" MAKIXR ULAMHKX. A LSO A VISE Assortnent of fine SWaTTACLKS and KTK (;i.AhSHS. SniTPINO TAGS nniK J by HI K 15I3T QUALITY. WILL BE SOLD tho bunilrea. or by me dox. pnnita or nlatn. to suit customer, at Tub Astobus flc i xrgj.-FTteg -jte -.. s