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S & J Hi 1 VjdI. xvn. Astoria, Oregon. Friday Morning, June 16, 1882. No. 66. BETH GREEN ON FISH. I any other member of the human "I have made some of my most; interesting studies of nature in the morning,"' said Seth Green. "That i" the time to see the insects at their best to see the mad wasp stinging the spiders without killing them, and packing them away where they are kept alive for weeks to be used when needed. I have seen a small green worm hanging down on a web. An ant, stationed on the limb above, pulls up the web and, just as the worm comes within reach of its tiny claws, down drops Mr. Worm. The ant pulls up again and again, and the worm lets out another reef and goes down. This continues until finally the ant grapples the worm nnd both go down together in a grand scramble, in which the worm manages to shake off the ant. This leaves the worm on tlio ground. His web is so strong that the other end is still fastened to tho limb above. "What does Mr. ant do? Give it up? Xo, sir. I have seen liim go up the trunk of that tree, crawl out again on the same limb and go to work pulling up the same web. Then, after another battle, I have known the ant to get the better of the fight and lug the worm off to his hole, three rods away. 'Yky, talk about rea-oniig powers! The perseverance and instinct of these little creatures are wonderful. People go out to fish. They splash around, stand up in the boat, drop their lines three feet away and wonder because they don't catch trout. They for get that trout can see. Fish learn the tackle, and fish are as a rule, local in their habitation. There are not as many gypsies among fish as among men Any man who will take the pains to study fish or who may remember a tithe of what he reads about them can catch them. Thev arc smart but our brains will beat them. I remember once fishing for salmon trout a long time and taking noth ing. Finally I concluded to get down and look into the water, and so throwing my coat over my head I got the required shade and peered down. The salmon would sail up and look at the minnow. Then with a quick dart, he would close his teeth around one-half of the minnow and opeu them again like a flash. He did not attempt to cat the minnow, and half of the sev ered body would drop to the bot tom. When it had fallen to the bottom of the lake the salmon would go down leisurely and cat it. The next time when I dropped my hook and fet the quick bite of the trout I let out enough line to send the hook to the bottom, and the result was that when the sal mon went down for his meal, he ' was fooled and I had him. (Iticu JTerald. family. The young man who sits between two girls at a picnic, and maintains his composure with two red ants boring for his marrow in different sections of his body is more of a hero than he who wins a thousand bloody battles. One pe culiarity of the red ant is that the red ant is the male member of the firm hut leeogmred as an uucle. When a red ant decides to make himself noticed at a picnic, he is inconsiderate, uncompromis ing, and rabh iti the treme, and what makes him more to be dread ed is, that he relishes one p.irt of the human anatomy just as well as another, and is liable to fasten on right between oneV toes. True, people don't generally attend pic nics without shoes on, but the m,eans that this animal will resort to to bring himself into prominent notice at a picnic arc terrible to contemplate. ' Where Three States Meet. There is- a stone near Poxviial, Vermont, when; three counties and three states meet, viz: Massa chusetts, Vermont and New Yoik. A while ago, a man leased the spot, and erected a three-cornered shan ty containing a tluee-corneied bar, with the stone at the center, and began to dispense corn-juice with out a license, to the sovereigns of the three states. When the Day j state constable came in due time ! with hii. wounds, has had a telling Mother. effect on his health and h i much broken will probably matter. Stan Mothers!! aiothirfl! ! !' C v'flrv 1 I r ,.., .lf.itiirfijt.1 HtmtrnT iiml tirn..-i.n .. ' . .. . ..Jfcv..y. . .. 1 . . m ..I. ... 4ki. .. mimrt mmtn I it. . . ,.!-- r...t l'-l (!.- Ml -llftl-rHHT IILI- IIJC U3-C-OIIH.-.11 1UUUC UJ dnn-n. Norm :i.-tuill '" 1 ..'.-: . :...t .: 1 UJlK-e ifl. H5. for tllP - - anil CI III;; Ulili nit- itaiiiuliuiiii-: I'i.iu I , . . i.. .i ... i... fir,ofi1M,...ih? If vo. co at on?.. an i "'. .1.. rf,-uir . .of . - .... 1 17. r.. '..:. :.:i. ,. .:.... t .i:m.. -., totlliM'flst siilo of MirueiJ street. ' ' ferer " immediate! y-loieml 1.1.011 it : p."1-' Astoria, in the wanner tllli n li Utfc.H- l.i"l llll ! IT On the Stump. not a mother on i-mtli who lia-s cut il.w. nf r,ihimnr': wf'i,.,l !im- UXHl It, WHO Will 11.11 VII Joll .11 OlllV nts oi iiammoros icineu eapi- . ., ... ,.,I,,. ,.. t..,,.i .,,,,1 .lilt. I . ! n ,.i.. uti' ...-. i.tii. lo rit to the moiiier, ami n-iifi ami limit h to the HiiM.niitfr.it.n2lifci-jiia.nV. , It is iierfwtlx .-..Hi-lo u- in ail u-iscs. i' score oli- of f.-ilists was formerly an Ohio tican of some note. A cais ago, wnue niahiug a -"-,,,,., nf ,. ... .i. ,,.,. ,,.,,1 iW for the Legwlature, he took the' fMiiale jihyMri.itw anil nursis in Hit " ' . , VnitcJ .State-.. Sol.l i'eryxliir. t!3 wl.il,. .:iki...r ., ..n.ivass ' !" l'lc-i-iaiu; n in.- inMf. i m i- .up pi,-- stunip, and in one of hi- .-peeches ,.pnt a bottl at Dayton he was intemipted by a man in th- crowd, who c.illed eut: Concomly Street. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX Ordl- nnnrove- Concomly i street in Mc- proviiletl each of the follouiii'i iltciibcil lots frontiii" iih.ii that part of Concomly street from the we-t.-iileof ilaiu -treet to the oast -utcoi Spi no.' street, is nowilue and pay able at tho office of the City Treasurer, in said oity. in United Mates cold and silver coin, ami uiile-s paid within live day from the expiration of this notice, viz.: June 'J2, 1M2. the Common Council will order warinats issued for the col lection thereof. riiea-.seniiicnl is as follews: In III)' At'lmle llixtorj oricitlriiic Xo iiienaralinn has eer nerloriniil . sttHi niarvelmis cine-, or maintained so N'ami. or oivvEi! or lot. "Fiazer litis opponent savs ou vldea reputatinn, as Ayei-.sCui:i:i:v . i . , l " ' i:eioi:i.. whieh Is recosiiizi-il asilm' i mil the poor.' I woild's lemedj for all disease-of the l (iraJiam .! 7 "I rrrmil t1.i tinm ' l.'n-it li.. iv-' throat aim iiiii-j!. in lonu'-eonrnniea .'jiium.ii. lgiiim tin: pool, uii.it UJ-,c..1ji,,ofwonderfiil.wsinalHimates. Alliniiwn. ens! but last I all I gave away .K) hasmadeit uiuvcr-jlly known a-, a tare i II Iijown. , ... , r " reliable acenl to employ. Asalii-t N, 1'an.er blisiiels of DOtatOfs to the 00r ni nrHln.iiv i-nliK. whieh are tliofnieriin- -MrsMflltlu 1)111(111 ibis il.t,:tf' I net of "tnoio serious di-oi.ler.-, it act-, Mrs C S Wiicjlit, .! tins ti.su. ct. Upcoililv and uie)y. alwtus iolieini ISu-eII. illiam Kas- "Fra.er savs you an-a temper- . suffcriri!,', and often savins life. The1 sel.... 1 i urnlivlinii .1 nnnr.U. I.v lis t.nielv Use in i ! r otarJC :mco man 'Merciful Scott"! but wha liar! Why, my fiiends, lain so drunk now that I can hardly stand on this box!' ilirnnt nnd sliest ilitOnlers. ninlres it no i.laeob Kamill . iivnlnli1( rnmeili to Ii ke.it :ilu:. -; nil .1 WtJrace. K I) Ili-atU. i l.ntui in m-ftfi li'iimn V- Tnrcfiti cflu .1 M Tenboub. trustees Jlllilf 111 VvVI ili'liii 1' - I -vii llll -- .-j.-. afford, to be without it. and tlm-e. who -u .1 Kinney have once used it never will, from , H Ji UirnT. Iliolr l.-nnu,liil!Tn of its eoiniinsllion :ind 1 II I Turner. .effect-, nhvsiciaiis use the ("ltr.tmv Kate Hobson.W'm llob- l,i-ifrint.pt.'iisieli. ill llieiruraetiee. Sim. Ma IlobsO" r.itu 1101.-011. V.IKI1 'e Fraer say- you got your start ami HciKYmen recommend il. It is hlta lob-on. ( J n - .. absolutelj certain in its remedial effeels,1 Iloii-on iv bnvingskuiik-skins," continued and will alvas cute where cures ate r J'lajlor ." " possible. C IJMcr.wan... roil s.r.t: nv ai.i. iii:ai.ki:-. I't-ritvian Bitter by the man "Fioes lie? Did he say that? Alas, my friends, Fr.ier tell the truth about that; but it was Fraer cmchona ttuWa. , . ,- . , , , . , The Count Cinchoif was the Spanish himself who tmpped the skunk-:, j Viceiov m Peru in HiTfl. The Countess, in.! hex tvr.r!.-,..! in u, mini- nrrnmwl ' ''IS VitC. W.IS prostrated by ail illtenilit- .111U 11c worked in soman giounu-, . . ,,r fmi,.i,ii, air ,. fr..,Hi 1... 'theu-eofllie nativu leineily, the lVru- hog jielts on me that I lost -s!00 .lames Taylor . m .owian 'M Xowhin KCCiow- EC Crow II P. Parker.... lames Taylor . C 1. 1'aikor.... Moes Honors., Man A (Jraj. Maty A Gray. -!n on the lot.' i.tn li.uk. ni . as it was e.illed in the Mrs'Otilla Fiirti' lancuatte nt the country. -Quiniiuina, - Cr.ileful for her recovery, on her return to Europe in NIB, she introduced the iciiiedv in .Spain, where it was known Duwling?" , under ".rious names, until Juiiwiis caned it uinciiona, 111 nonoroi tne lauy Dcwling "Now who kimws wuii tus nami-citns Jinu warrant, .,.i.,vj if.ir.M-nn Divis in 1 V..w 1 ," ''V'""1"" i1" w. ' 1 . .is.eu .iciteison iais in .1 .sew wilo had brought them that which was the culprit stepped into tlie mont conic intcrveni The same happened with the Vermont officer. Then those con stables connived to meet and seize him together. While they were pulling out their warants and (' Uocllint;. (' Itopllins. (' ISoelliii!; .las Tfiray .1 I) Mcrrjiiian . (lent so Hill r isaiti- it stepped into the Ver- Orleans address the other d.iv, ad- more pr.vi.Mis than tlieiWofi iheliieas.j j, jf iva-e:::.".:::':: ner, and. pointing to the j And t;lK ; X-: .? ng stone, defied lm. hol,l hlgi.or than LconWas!" Dow- 'ram?rw" afe formu:!;:;-;;;:;;; lin- comnianded iort v-t wo men in,":"! n?,0""5, ''. n"?1. !"?...' A Tax lor " " 1 iiiCMomacii. iisiuarKs e.fene itnu 1 isrnwii . 1 mud fort at befoi iron- hands with Dowlimr. he saving to t ... . 1 - t ... o r? nanu-euiis tne iew orKci tjiok-e f,,i. t.v .;n a,t t;i! ,.. .i; .abm l'as aim iust ,f lupmrasit does a fex errand Uerojij q a Uowlby . , ,. , .. , , 1 both alike. The poweriinttoincirniejo lteul. .' TV. en haul light with a federal of the Cinchona is nre-ened in the .iiuk-a clad fleet these men shook IViuviaiiltitteis. which sire as ffwlHi-1 ,j j( Knbb. W 1.' Koub. cj.ui iili i nits, nun shook airaillsj malarial lever to-da aslhcy' .,,,,1 (Tnr.iru l:..M. ... atsun-t malarial lever to-daj as I he v and Cordelia lb weie in the da of the old patii-h 'p v Ilvland.. . Viceroxs. We miaranteo the injjredi- y" Parker. ... axx-ay fiom them and got over into the state of Nexv York, where ho was beyond the jurisdiction of both. Then the majesty of tho law in three states xvas aroused and three officers moved upon the shanty at one and the same time, and the defiant rum seller xxms now in hot x-ater. lie earned out the "joke'" to the end, hoxvever, for, getting on the top of the stone which stands partly in the three states, he sheuted: 'Come on and divide me into three parts, but I'll make it hot for the one that takes Chicago is the greatest lumber The single ents of the-e bitleis to be absolute! v pure, and of the be-l known iruality. 1 A trial xill-.ilial xou that this is the j best bitter in the xoi Id. "The proof ot market in the world. item of saxved lumber received all dniL'jii-ts,ro(Tis and liquor dealers. , . ,,, ... . , t)r(K r it. l.ofii.vi;o..a;emsior.siori:i. there in lbbl would lay an inch Iloormg lourtcen lect, xvide louno p. J.ibhidman, on CbenamiLs street rlirt nnrt li -it i lw niinotu' " v " ,,,v- "l - I r.ish innnbln stv V W Parker. V W Paike... W W I'arkcr.. I? 1; ti i li k ." 0 7 8 ." It 1 8 1 frit b the liiuhliiiK is in the eatintt." and xxei Mr, Tienohaul. Mrs C willmjjly. abide thi- te-t. Porsale bj ! ITp-hur.C.ITreiich- 13 14 14 14 11 15 11 .". I lo 4 in n T Sos H.5 nZ,T MO 00 50 00 50 00 .V)00 CO 00 50 00 50 00 7,0 00 50 00 50 00 50 00 50 00 50 00 50 00 50 00 50 00 42 00 17 00 44 50 4150 4J 00 42 00 42 00 12 00 12 00 42 00 42 00 42 00 42 00 42 00 42 00 42 00 42 00 42 00 42 60 42 00 42 00 47 00 42 00 12 00 50 00 30 00 M00 SO 00 SO 00 woo 30 00 SO 00 so 00 38 00 30 00 SOCIO SO 00 so 00 so 00 so 00 PMIFIt IDTD1L LIFE IHSDIillli COMPANY, Of 0tlJLforxxli. A. 3IcKINNTE, Manager. For Oregon, Washington and Idaho Territories, orncr.-ioa rinsx stukkt. roitTrAXD, on. Kpleivuces: CH AS. HODO E. of Hods". Davis & Co. .M. S. UUftKELL. of Knapp. Euxroll i Co .i;v..uusMitr.i...;.'.sini'ri ir,i.anonaii;anK. xv. x. scaijjji.m, J. A. MliUWUKllHiE. XVliolesalrt Lcatuer Denier. ncs. II, 0 ltererenee: IL. of KnanD. Cu SPAUU3IXU. facker and Cattle and Undines. . ANDKKW ItOBEETa. of FIshel & Koberts. C. A. DOI.P1I, ot Dolpb, EronauKh, Dolpli Jt JOHN CKAN. oi John Cran & Co. blnion. C. 21. Wlbere. Boots and Shoe. Col. .1. SIcCEAKKX. of .1. ilcCraken &. Co. l.los. BinKHvPJ).Barkliail&SpauldInr. U C. lniNiacilSU.N, of Hrnrlcbieu & J. K. (JILL. oIJ.K. GUI & Co.. Stationer. uiccnoertj. - hiask zamjvich, oi zan tiroiners. in. ii. 1.. .M.u. -..!., .11. v., i.caniiiicrnn.ii uciioi me aoorc Physician. ( ance In this Company. men hn ?10,ooo Insur- MIPCELTANEOUP. BUSINESS CARDS. S.AKNDT & FEltOHEX, E.c OL":a" NOTAUY PUBLIC, ASrOKIA. - OKKGON. AL'OTIOXr.En, COMMISSION AND Tho Pinnoor Mflphino Shnn SUKaNCE AQEH1. " 1 llUVCKSMlTIl e 14 n xfi yj x.m. v j Boiler Shop &$m?& 9?fHSSa-at? asaKH . lKj3Kmf i -ss T5!i4Ji F All klmU ot Tyi. J. C. SIIAFTER, l'II"iSICIA. anil StBGCU.N. IPEUTHCIIER AH2T.) ltlHi-ae orihe Throat a Mpeclaltj. OOlce oxer Conn's Drug Store. J)R. C. C. CLASS, rilYSICIAN AD SOROEOX. IXnir-A nvip A . V lllf.na SlnM ENGINE, CANNERY,; astok.a, - obkg'ok. STEAMBOAT WORK Promptly attended to. A specialty in.nK of repairing CANNERY Dli:S, KOOT OK L.rAYKTTi: STItEET. (GE LO V. VARKER. County Surveyor ASTORIA IRON WORKS. Itio ton Stukkt, Xrai: Parkfk H0C8R, ASTOItlA. - OliKCON. iot Clatsop Cnuntv. Office : Chenacm? street, Y.Jl. C. A. hallKoom No. 8. ! "1 . WIJtTOJf. i 1 Attorney and Counselor at Law. inrOEco in Pjthlan Bnlldta?. ASTOBLV, - - - ' - OUEOOX. JAY TIITTIJi M. 1. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Ofi'ice Over tho White House Store. . Bksidf.nce Over Elberson's Bakery, op poilte Barth & Mx ers' Saloon. - Vj.., has jit -.t reeoix eil the l.ikM n:ul most, MMiionalilc style nt geiiK :unl I.ulie :inl... lv orlei of the Common Council. F. U. XOUKIS. Auditor and Clerk. A-tirl.i,.!iin::,l'$!. lioots. bhoc. etc. Asent in AMoiia for the famous Morrow -.hoes. ?21 Ldlers nuioiint if liimlicr inauur.ictitred in the three states of .Micliiyan, iscoiisin and jltnncsota (lurmtri IVulic. x-.iliim,' ro.vin-, l'"--. , J .. ,, ,,, , . 4 loiHormeicliamli-oof auj (leseiiiition,!:BC50jEak. TOmES ISSl would lay siich .1 lloor foi ty I should Ieaxc their outers xxithA. Van1 ...-. ' ' Duscn it Co. as thev aie meiiared to di-, icet w ni. -1VPr jjooits in any part of ihe eiix on iiifsiioitesi notice. -I h.ixc Iwniyhl the .W.iiln t'aml.x I 1 III tin coure of its xvoii; in fun , 1 ,. ni. , , -TI10-.C liahx cairi.n;e-,.il Aillor's -.tie ' ! !ocI;-niakinr a hocliester firm ,n,,.tlii!txxitli fc-.ul sale. iitna mnm' iiiKiilrnfc rt cnroin. i.r ' lift fn-n-tliSwIc rtf tni li4 ilr I ' . . .. , ,r , . t i small that tlio inroads cannot . , .... I (listiiiEriuslied lix' tlic- naked t? ' 1 - ' I onfl ilrt (.t.niililr.i' .on li'ii-llt- t i iiienis. mils. ete.. :ilix.ion liniul. oxvn meilicinc to enable him to ' '" t. '. Ji'm. r. Ci.x- 11. 1 1 icy cost .-s,i aim - a iioss, preserx'e his equilibrium on lop of the stone and while still defying the constables, he fll off nnd roll over into the state of Massachu setts, xvhere lie xx-a.s socuted by the officer of that htate, and taken ox-er to Willi.iinstoxrn in triumph. I'C f.ietorv. and am meiiiiied to lnal.e and 1 m ."::.!.. v. :.':. ..., 'l!civ. A full slllrl, Mm rim Lirgtst stocli-ol Blank Books and Stationery Of ex(-rydesei!.tiou. S.1hmiI liooka, Hililes, Poetical Works, Alliums and Cold 1'enJ. l!elih's a full ami complete -loel. nt exerillihii; iivijllv knit 10 .1 v.fll lPL'iil.ilr-d lte.it: of till tilHM sweet- Store. Also, news depot unit agenry for and a man can take itito his mouth at once 100 wnrtli l or lame Hack, bide or rhe! ue , Shiloh's 1'orous l'laMer. Trie-'.'.'; cents, 1 . For sale lix- V. JM)ement. 'X IT p.lTallil JH'llmllKll I'Utlllitli'd, Carl Adlers Music Store .MItCELLASEOUS. Judgment Affirmed. The Ant The .supreme court ye.-terday ntliimcd the judgment of the cir- .cititcouit of this county in the "Go to the aunt, thou sluggard, lease of John C. Powet, xvho xx-as and if she is well fixed you may 1 convicted of the murder of Uen strike her for enough tin to enable Cornelius, on tho fouith ot last you to setup the. ice cream to 1. Inly, and sentenced to be hung, your girl." That, or something j An appeal xx-ns taken t.i tiie sn- similar, is what Solomon, a x-ery j prenie couit and after diaggin intelligent gentleman, xvho lived some years back, said, and he never diffused any advice that has been more liberally or cheerfully acted upon. Sol is dead now. The aunt still survives, however, and her Tiephexv continues to take the ad vice of llie gentleman above al luded to. There are several species of ants, one of which is.known as the red ant, but this one is not related by consanguinity to the sluggard, though it is sometimes attached to him, in which case he displays more than usual energy. Statistics shoxv that there is more real business to a square inch in a red ant than in along for a month it has at length been "decided against Poxx-ers. Accordingly another day xvill be fixed for his. execution. The cir cunistancc surrounding the un fortunate killing of Ben Cornelius xx-ere of such character, that the conviction of Poxvers xxas a sur prise to many acquainted xx-ith the ifOSTETTEHV P CELEBRATED 3 A Pianos and Organs. 8tf 03IACH &t ittebs Citanh eiued. health and sxxivl , breath seouicilli.x b!iiloh'(it.iuh Item ' edx-. I'riee JO cents, .Masai Injector fnv. FoVsaleh.x W'.K. Dement. t That ll.iekliiij I'oucn can oe so 1 (iiticklv cured by ."shiloh's Cure. We : S'lannitee it. .Sold by V. K, Dement. 1 i'i)t.tu:s" I.iKitinVl.iijriiillnnrAMi Tnic fvir:iii;.viiii: I-. eiitlnr.sett liv 1 physician. Akhlor Colttcn'. Talc n of '" makes ion,t.mtlx 011 hand. Also a other. Of niusist. ... . mil o 01 YIOJ.IMS. tiUiTAKS, I5ANJOS, AC Ilrace ill. the whole sj.tem xxilh Kins UKUJ-.WKH. CUKUrinxi.NAS, oflhePdood. SeeA.herSisemeiil. HARMONICAS, FLUTES. Al-o".i l.ire .(ock of the best of Wiii xou suffer xxilh Di-neii-u ami . VJtH.IN AND- (5UITAR STR1NC1S. LhcrCeiiiiilnint: .Miiloh's Vitalier is .SIIKKT 1IUSIC. Siiaranteeil to eiirC xou. Slid by W. K. I AN I) M UrfICA l INSTRUMENTS, iLiiiein. , r :w ,.Xl.nl,infS ese i,ejnKiJW tu a SI11I0I1- Comjli and Cuusiiiiipiiiui Cine i- -old lix 11- oil u.inintee. It 1 eiires eoii-i'milloii. Nild by W. 1". Dj-- , ment. . -' 11 xou want pure xxiiie-.i.iid i;.jaor-j of aH"kiii(N. fjo to .!. . Cfiiui's ilrus! stoie.oplio-.ile Ut'CKleiit Hotel. GENERAL MACHINISTS AND BOILER MAKERS. LANDiMAUINE ENGINES Boiler Work, Steamboat Work, and Cannery Work a specialty. CASTINGS. Ol'nll IeerlptIous made to Order at Mhort A'otlre. A. D. AVass. President. .1. (J. HcsTiXR. Secretary. 1. xv. uask, iTeasurer. Joux Fox, Superintendent. B. B. FRANKLIN, UNDERTAKER, tm 4 I.. TII.TOS. 31. D. riiynlelan and Sursreon. OFFICE Oxer A. V. Allen's grocery store. Kooms, at the Parker Uoiue. "P I. I1IUKH, PENTIST, ABTOIMA, - OliiMiO.N Itoouvi lu Allen'H building up stain, comer of Cass and bqemocqbe streets. j Q. A. BOWLBY. ATTORNEY"" AT LAW. Clienaiaas Street. - A3TOUIA. OBRQOA "y T. BCKXEY, " ATTOUUElf AT JTJLW. May be found at the Court Home. wmjmzmim Q II. BAET & CO., DEAtKU IX DoorM. Windows, Blind, Tr&N MontM, Lnmber, Ktd. Alt kin, Is r.f flak I.nmhr fl !:)'. Rnat JLl- j terlal, etc. Turning and Bracket Work -a specialty: SiraiuMlU nearliVeMon hotel. Cot. lien exlx e and Ator Greets. "T. "W. CASE, lMI'OHTHl: AS1 WH0LK3ALE AND RK TAlb HEALER IS GENERAL MERCHANDISE' 1 ('urner Ctiriianiuf and Ca streets. ASTORIA - - - - OREGON l'lr-.t C'l.w .Music Sturt". u OX'SfS- jBOOK STORE. 'Hie feeble and emaciated, suffeiiu fiom IxsuensiH mid inile'i'stion ill anx fonii. are adxiseil. for tlio -.ike of their .'mil bodily 1 .... .,, ,.. , .,,, r-iii,.r ,, ,1.1111..., and mental comfort, to tiyllo-tetter-sbtom. ' Wo :,rc 'onslanllx rereixuts ncn addition., acli Hitters. Uuliesof the liiost dclieite eon-I tnourstock and liaxe the liiu-.t and 1 t r T.-' tt 1..., r. -inuiioniesiiij x 11s iianiue-.s ami rcsiora- ... tacts, .xlr. 1 oxx.ers last Cliiincelor tixeiiropertics. i'lijsleiausexerjxxhere, dls- largest assortment of xariitx lfe lies 111 an appeal to the trover- )m.rCe. serine It as. the wfest and most ! booiMii ti.eeltx. nor for hib interposition. It is ,re"OTic"yTimstsaiHll)ealcrs j CombS, BrUSheS, more than likely that a petition. ' , ., ClntlAnnplI &.l.onr. 1 oiaiiunci;, 1 1 allies Comer Cass find Squeraoqhe streeti, ASTORIA. .... OiaJOON DEALER IX WALL PAPER AND VINI)0V SHADES' Removal. ami 1 TO THE LADIES OF ASTORIA. UNDERTAKERS GOOD.S. I . TAKK n.KASUKF. IN 1NFOKMINO - , A xou that 1 liaxe removed my Dress- WILLIAM EDCrAli.rroiii CI.eimmuN St. to Cass St., "et door to Tnr. Astemas: oOce. I thank the lrd.es for their liberal patronage. Mils. A. BAPPI.F.YEA. lell Corner Jtaln nnd ClienamuiifaireaU, ASTORIA OHKllOM DiuLr.r. 11 CIGARS AND TOBACCO., The Celebrated JOSEPH HODCERS &. SONS GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY AND WE GENUINE WOSTENH0LM and other Knduh Cutlery. STATXOR&RV! FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS J for his pardon will receive n vast number of signatures in this city, and that influential men xvill inter est themselves in his behalf. Mr. Power's long confinement, coupled Notice. milE UELIXQVEXT TAX ltOI.1, 1'OIt ! X. t lie j ear lsxi. tosetlier xxith a xxnrraut 1 ironi me conniy x.ourt ior me eoueciion 01 the same, is In my hands. Delinquent tax payers xxlll 11'case settle at once and saxe costs. A. M. TWOJIULY, my3 'Sheriff. Celluloid Goods. AllourKOOtls aie marked In plain figures Call and eiamlue quality and note prices. CHAS. STEVENS &SON 1'i.uius and Oifianssold on tne monuily in st.UIment il.in, or for rent. CARL ADLER'SVARIETY STORE Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, Pocket and Table Cutlery, r 1 "Tim Yankee Ivotlons and Tojs, e rlisi llcturo Frames and Chromos. iis& . -ag liahx- Carriages, a coropleto " assortment. Nexv goods liy every steamer. Tho public nr limtcd to examine my stock, and prices. CnENAMUS ST., - ASTORIA, OREGON GLEANINO and REPAIRIW& NK.VT. CHKAl AND QT7ICK. BY CKOIKIF. 1.0VKTT. , Slain Mreet, opposite N. Loch's, "good cheap boots. Ihaxe Genuine Meershaum Pipes, etc. , Lately Reduced -the Price A One stock of of all my Fint-Cla Watehen and Jewelry, Muxxt and . ROOTS AM .SHOES MUE TO OBOEJC, Breech Londlne Shot unn and) As follows-. Rifles. Jlcvolvers, PIstolw. Finest Sexxed Calf Boots l . . lnA IV. Dnliu. nnd Ammunition" i Finest Feeted Single Soled Sit on 10CO - 10 00 1 hakim: GX.AMSEM j ALSO A VINE Assortment of 0no SPECTACLES and EYE QLAS3EA Nothing but the Best Genuine Mercer French Call Used In My Shop. J. J. Arvald. j Opposite the d.'B. & !. Co.'s Dock.