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'?-" -4--- - 'Jf ''c-4-- Vol. xvh. Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, June 25, L882. No. 74 "&&m Stafovirtit. V DOMESTIC -HELP. A ladv subscriber of the Far hit writes to ask if the editor of the Home Circle can assist her in getting some sort o help for her in her country home. It seems as if help was as difficult to get in the city as in the country; yet town people can got along easier with out help than "those who live out of town can, and the groceries and bakeries will afford great help in the cooking department, while washing can 1)0 put out at all times to China wash houses But the poor sister in the couutrj-, she has . to depend upon herself for every detail. She must see that the milk that makes the butter is cared for; then the butter must be made; the very yeast for bread making must be looked after; every bit of meat must be raised, dressed and preserved under her own eye; all vegetables, if she is so fortunate as to get any, are to be planted, watched and dug by some of the family, and so her wearv limbs begin their tiresome toil as soon as day breaks, never to rest till after the sun goes down, one endless round o.f work. There arc not many families who can afford to hire help, but such as can find it difficult to get it, and why is it? There must be many girls who would be glad to earn wages. The lady who writes has a. small family, averaging five, two of whom aro children. She is willing to give three and a half or four dollars a week to an extra good, willing girl; she would make her one of the family, as far as possible, and would not re quire anything unreasonable, giv ing every privilege that was-neces-sary, and yet no girl can she find who will do the work. And yet there are plenty of nice, smart young girls who would eagerly iiccept a situation from almost any young man who would offer marriage, even when she knows ho has not enough to pay for a license at the country church. She will accept an offer to wash a man's dirty clothes, to go from one rented farm to another, dragging out a miserable life, without the comfort of decent clothing or decftnt treatment, every year add ing a child to her weary life. A girl who works out is mistress of herself; she gets pay for her labor and spends her hard earned money to please hersolf, while, if married, she never sees the benefit of a penny,, working" like a slave night and day. She is not only a ser vant, but she lhust be also a wife and a mother, all of which soon drams her down to an invalid life or an early death. Girls, why can't you see that you had better be old maids unless you can bet ter yourselves. It is no disgrace for a girl to work out in a good iamily, and there are plenty of homes that would be glad of the assistance of young girls, giving good pay and good homes in re turn. Willamette Iwrmer. A Live Camp A gentleman who has been en gaged in gathering statistics in Ne vada for the government writes from Knoxville, Tenn.: "Among the statistics I was gathering in reference to Pioche, is this: 'Pi ocho has tho graves of 119 mur dered men 3 in one row called qurdorers'row.' Colorado claims that the above is incorrect, and that Pioche has been overrated. Colorado claims to have the 'boss planting ground' for men." Pi ochejias been underrated rather than overrated in this respect. There is no mining camp that will campare with it in this respect. During tho early days and lively times, tho minors employed by several of oar companies never thought of "oiii" to work witheut: the six-shooter by their side, and -- the companies oinployed men at 20 per day whose only labor to - perform was to light when occasion j the Utah and Northern, it is sixty required it. A pitch-battle once sjx miles, makinjj a total of 215 took place between the forces of ti j t .1 c. iri.. riiccnix unu nayiiiouu v i--.iv cum- panics in a drift- 400 leet below the surface. This camp had sucl a bloody name in its early days that its citizens could iut even travel in the state but what the people would stare at them in wonder, a though that they were a kind of wild beasr. The people in Colorado don't know what a live camp is. A Nice New Game. Some of the old saints have now invented a now kind of pedro. , Whenever anybody catches any-' bod- clso's pedro, the party win ning has tho right to kiss the other five times. The game is played with an equal division of the sexes. The other evening, old Bishop started up a game right in among some of tho prettiest giilsofthe ward. Tt happened, however, that the girls anticipated his little game, and had a pack all ready without any pedroj in. They rung in the cold deck on the old follow, and started the game, lie made some big bids, expecting to cap ture some pedros and get back on the board every time. All this time the gills kept exclaiming, "Oh, ain't this a nice game, so ex citing." After playing an hour tho old fellow didn't see the color of a single pedro and the glances and giggles of the girls caused him to suspect that the daugh ters of Zion were rather get ting the best of him. He finally got so far off the board "that he was, comparatively, speaking, out of sight, and finally gave up the place to a young man, w ho was seated near by watching the game. In a twinkle the gills transported the pack again, and for the next two hours the sounds of smacks that the youn g man won could be heard all over the loom. Salt Lake Tribune. It is the history of all the floods on the lower rivers for the past fifteen or twenty years, that after a rise and fall of the water at Tho miles, mere comes very burn water from the upp ', er Columbia and its tributaries. The present rapid rise has evidently come from the high waters of the Snake, Clearwater, and possibly Spokan, but still to come is the drain of all the vast territory on tho southei 11 slopes of the mountain ranges i bordering on tho 49th parallel, the waters of the Kootenai and Okangan rivers and their hun dreds of tributaries, as well as the smaller streams below. From those who reside at Colville, we learn that-vast bodies of snow still lie in the mountains north and cast of that section; the weather is warm, and this snow is melting ' rapidly. The same state of things exist in the Pen d'Orcille coun try. Theie will be a still greater rise ia the Columbia, there can b e no doubt. In British Columbia they arc having very high water. W. IK. Statesman. If wo judge of what is to be from the active work now being done on the Oregon Short Line Railway, it is safe to predict the completion of the road throught to Baker city, Oregon, at a very early date. Startiug at Granger, the track is already la'd westward a distance of eighty-two miles. Tracklaying has commenced in earnest from that point,, and is going down at the rate of one mile per day. From Grange it is 119 miles to Soda Springs, upon which the grade has been complet- ed, eighty-two miles of track laid ... and many of the bridge put in place. From Soda nrinw to 1 Portneuf, where the line crosses miles from Granger. On' this gap ... -. c in. oetween soua apnng- ana roca- tella graders are now at work, and already a portion is completed. West of the Utah and Northern , track is laid sixteen miles, and in about three wcekvill he compiel-' cd to American Falls, six miles ' Anther. The track wost of the . .... t T., , ,-.. i-i -.. Utah and Noithein is laid with broadgauge ties and rails placed to accommodate nairrnw gauge rolling stock.- -Seattle Post-In- tclUftencer. "Woman's Achievements. Among the women .who have tisen to great success and piomi nence through great difficulties, who in spito of seemingly insur mountable obstacles have achieved a snlisrintinl footino- amonn- their i l'l J families, restaurants hotijs. saloons, a substantial looting among iiieirj(ltcat..C(,Ilts per ,,0uiul, on the preni- fellow-men as an equal and ct-, fees. Fiesh icecream every day. Ball. . . ,- - rV,. r, ft 'parties and dinners supplied with lee worker, is Clara fc. i oltz. Cantor- cream at shot t notice. nia's lady lawyer, who got her stai t in Orccon when engaged in 1 t-iisino- babies keoniii"- boarders raising oaoics, Keeping uo.irui.ra, making dresses, clerking in stores, , e ,. , , , . and waiting and houBO-cleaning; the while, her primal object her nhildien's bread, and sccondarilv . , ci -Astoiua, June 1st, 1st; , her own advancement, tshe wasiPniTois Astekiax: married at the age of fifteen to a man much her senior, and naturally their life was not all sunshine. Five children were born to them. A few voars since Airs. Foltz followed her hatband's fortunes to California, where despairing of ever benijr able to reconcile the ..... . . incompatibilities of temperament that had rendered their conjugal .r llie unnappy, snu umnueu a "i- Vvorce. ltie motner reaounieii ner , ... , . , . 11 failing physical energies, ami by dint of suavity, addiess and ex-. traordinary ability, worked herself I thrrmcrn thi nriiiris; mill fnilTnt nor t . ir 11. - .T' , rr,,;,! .! 1 way through Hastings la bchool,f siinnnrtimr her children the while. bu ipuru .g uy I.H.I...C.. it ..-, and leaving the gate, aiar for other. women to"co...e Jt..r her-iTm women to louil .iiu r nti. no Northwest. A man canyinjr a sack of flour' up a ladder, propped against 11 - J wall, had nearlv reached tin-top, i. .r..i i. : i., nun. 1 junwiMiMi-ij nixing umi way caned a?a 11st the bottom to' , scratcti its iiiue. .it Tii.M.i l- "I wish, said tim man,spe.tking down thel-iddor "vou would make "ie P1!,t Pcctnal of all remedies for nown ineiuuuor, jou woum maKO .ScrofuIoiis.inpiMui.iI,orbIooldi'!ordeis,. operations as brief as pessible: and Uniformly .successful and eertii'm in its , T T -ii .remedial effect, it produces rapid and when I come nown 1 will reward complete cm es of Scrofula, Soies. Roils, vnn bv ornctincr a fresh larliW eo-' Humors, l'iniples Eruptions. .Skin Dis- yotl in creciin0 .1 iresu laiuier ls ..!lSf3 nnl all disorders rUinu fioni ini- pecially for vou.'" "Tlii hi one i quite ijooit enough m lmir'' in? tln rot.K-- lint i a lioir, wa tln replv, but I for n.n ninmnc tr l.-nnvr if .nt. v kpfin vour ntomi.se. &o I'll itiat - r- j--- - - it amuse .i,.,., " myscll until vou oomp Anil tnkinir tho liottoiu runp; in liifi nioutli, lie moved oft" uwftv from the wall I'crtiviait Kittero dnchoca Hubra The Count Cinchon was tlio bpanish i Viceroy m IVru in 1UX). Tho Countess. ' his wite, was prostrated by an intermit tent finer, from which she. was freed bj the use of the native remedy, tho l'eru uanb.trk. or. a it was enlled in the language ot the country, 'Qiilnqiiina."' (Jrateful for her lecoverv. on her icttiir. to Emt).e in 1H.G, she introduced the remedy in Sp.tin. Where it was known under Virion-. iMine-s until Linna-iw called it Cinchona, in honor of tho lady who had brought them that which was moio precious than thesoldof thulncas. To this day. after a lapse of two hun dred and fifty j ears, .science has civ en us nothiiijj to take its place. It effectu ally cures miuoruiu appetite ior stimu lants, by lestoring tho natural tone of the stomach. It attacks excessive love of liquor as it does a feer. and desrrovs both alike. The powerful Ionic irtiie of the Cinchona is preserved in the Peruvian Hitters, which are as effective against malaiUl fever to-tlav as they were in the days ot the old Spanish Viceroys. We guarantee- tho ingredi ents of these bitters to be absolutely pure, and of the be?t known quality. Atrial will satisfy jou that this is tho best bitter in the world. "Tho proof of the pudding Is in the eating,'' and wo willingly abide this test. For sale by all druggists, grocers and liquor dealers. Order It. Loeu & Co., agents for Astoria. ItrsMii anil Acr .. . .-i, .. i. . ';BJ'i'' sftuial ihbilit). etc SI. at druggists. n..m Il,.iii IUVKA-IIII p.irrl.unl Oregon - . J. Catnrrli or the Bladder. t-tttw.lnrv LmiLmr irHlnt inn rtf flin I urinary pavwiie-s iliseaytl discharges, cured L'v jsiidiu mum. i m arngKiw Oro01, Depoi, )AVlS-'0 Portland, Oregon. 'Kousih on ItitH.- The tiling desired founl at last. Ask lru''uM;, lor 'Koiuib n Rats." It pIion out ml. mifP. rontlif1. Hies, hm- k - " .---., . ,...- 1hijs. 1 V. boxc . " " ' I have about six iuimtvil mid lift w-onls of tin hemlock, wliHli I will .ell j r . BX73 cnrt.UUMnor I'.J'ulAitiuN. Attention pmhrrnon. Le .Nichols's Halm oi (Jillad nil lor j Mire or chapped hands, for slip Ijv Jon' I Kor the fmPst baths in thecity .'f to i (.Charters. Tide tables 1'iei to ill. t tin1 Orient lutli'm'' room opposite Hohlen'-. auction store. Joe (. CiiAi:tr.i:s, l'rop. Astoria ice Ioptt, frank Fable is now prepared to sui- : Notice. The Astoria -Shiit and Oil ClothlnK j-nctory lab mmvi icxt house to O'Br'eu's Hotel. Persons wishitiR good oil clothing to keep thenidrvw ill please rail. - - . 'llV1J.').!"r?.t',nAA.'?Ii .ti"J.,"t: tcntion of vour readers to the fact that 1 luwe established a photograph cnllerj- -In Astoria, opposite the Court 'louse. 1 earnestly in lto every, citizen of your ' town and vicinity to visit it and exam--' amine the display of pictures flrtulybe-' hevlnc that the venlffit of pnrh oim 1 best buUha"tlib7rlces lcSSS&Sfto Sn,-'"' Tirlll Tin Hi of mi' tivmL le nAf r.! if li i i " auucDanmenis. l win see mat m Iciiitoniers gft away satisfied, and ic- spectfrclh solicit tlieir patronage Ver ' k. ij, pion l!itographer. Mothei-s ! .llothrr!! 3IolhrH! ! ! , ltl 7 ,, J -""' JO" uiMMieeuainisiiittiiiiurohelt of your ret bv a s"k k child u!rering cntn g a 1,0", ;f .r- WJjisCjw'a Soot lime , ojiuj', il n 111 luiiuti; iiu (Mxir. iiiiiv sin- ftrnr iinmnllot!t' riitnnml mum if- there is no mistake about it. There in ot u inot,Pr on rarth who hax ecr " l it. who will not tll 10.1 at onee that .t nI re;Julle (ho fm u-ul ie ixt to the mother, and lellef and u is perfectly sale to ue 11; all eases, I and pleasant to thu taste, and is the pie-' scription of 0110 ot tin: oldet and host rt-inale physicians and nurses in the Vl.liAwl,s!?,te' Solil I'verynheie l-l-llll 1L 111111 If- xh," shorJ "r i'l-taKnW .. . . B'Vefl'V . - uoiucrreti upon tens oi thousands of u"cl3,c,"la Wl"1?10 ami maintain "ie reputation which -Vykks Saiisai a- Hir.T.A enjojs. It is a compound of the "''C vegetable alteratives, with the iodides of Potassium and lion, and Is purity of the blood. J5y its im igoratinji Llvor Complaints. Female ty'oalincsi's ni"l liTCsnlariticw, :uiil K a lmtunt n- ; ,iewer ot italitVi Kor puriijltiK tlio . .wv. . ... ,. . . ...luav tlll v.i.i t.u nits. Kemale weaknesses ' blOOll it llJS HO ClUinl. It t01H"5 lip till' ' avstpm t rttnnm fiiifl ii.-i?.i-... tl... I health, and lnni.iit ilcrnf nml mw.rr,,. . - - - - - : ----- (!- J use a Kor foil Wv Vrn it lA n7,.n i. , VniL?5, it cai-s it ha-, been in o.tcnslu medicine for ilic MitTuiiiiR .sick-1, any- 11(1 IS lO-ua till niOSt A:ilial)ln ii imu. , roitSALKiivALi.DnAi.Ki!. i - " KOSIIFERJ tol fc STOMACH 0 oiTTEBs Tho feeble and emaciated, sultcriug hum , oyspepsia ana niuiKcsiion in any lorm, are advised, for the sake of their unit bodily and mental comfort, to tr Hoatctter's Stom ach Bitters. Indies of tho most delicate con stitution testify to Us harmless and restora tive properties. J'lnsicians everywhere, dls custed with the adulterated liquors of cora merce. prescribe it as tho safest and most reliable ot all stomachics. For sale by all Druggists oncLDealen. 9BPSaa.s:?tiiSjji MLSIJELLANKOUS. CITY BOOK STORE. "W are constant!) receiving new addition to our stock and have tho finest and l.Eet assortment of variety goods In (lip city. Combs, Brushes, Stationery, Frames Celluloid Goods. AlJinirsniMls are marked in plain flsures Call ami examine quahl) and note prices. (.'HAS. STEVEN'S &SOX HAXSKN BROTHERS, Architects and Builders, All kinds of Ilousojwork done at Mhortcxt notice. Simp Corner of Caw and Astor Street, ASTOMA. - - - oiseoox Barbour's No. 40 I2-Ply SALMON TWINE ! COM 1KB LEAD LINES, SEINE TWIttES. A Full Stock Now on Hand. HENRY DOYLE & CO., 1 1 -"Work et Street, Hau Francisco Sole Agents Tor the Pacific Coast. r a. tt rmTTwn A J7VA.4N JC and REPAIRING N'KAT. cilFar ai, QUICK. BV UK01!(: LOVETT. itam t-livt-t, ovposito N. Lopb's, w m. lionr. BOAT BUILDER, iwy ci.a wohk a srEOiALTT. - '; A -WW LOT von HALR, n OlnfjV AMorln. Ildl-SK ONEtfTORY AND A HALT. 1 ih..:!' Sm1,ikMnr0Mm,'5?inCJ1!; iioii.aiiout HsW tnumtes' walk from l-ost- offlco. aiiiIj to E. C. JIOLDEX. Jofi-tr Ral Estate A-cnt. Street Improvement Notice. -N'OTICE IS HEREBY firVF.N Srtorii priVose tJ ortoMhetaprovS mentof Hamilton street in McClure's that the Common Council of the City of Astoria, lietwecn the south side of Chc- namns street and the south side of As tor street, bv nilinir. ennninir noil planking the .same, in the .same manner that tho other poition of said street is immwed. and unless a rmlmnM signed by the owners of two-thirds or tin. propwtj fronting on said portion of said street be tiled with the auditorand clerk of s.iid cit within ten days from the final publication of this notice tlir. Comnion Council will older said lm- mtucinont to bemadp. Uy order of tho Common Council. x j. Alifl.l.in. Auditor and Clprk. A,toiia Oregon, June lti, 18S2. $500 Reward. We will nay tlipnboiereTWud for any ease nj"r Complaint. Djspepsla. Sick ftead uclie. lndlre.?tion. Coriitlnarton or Costive liManAmimntiium M.fhWttot'o VnrrntSfn J.Uer PUN. tu-n tho directions aro strictly complied witb. Thcv aro pure!" Vegetable, and never till to kIvo satisfaction. Sugar toatcd. .arsn boxes, containing so rills, 23 cents. For sale by all Druggists. Ilcware of uounlerfeits and imitations. The cenulne tnaiiulactured onlv bv.Jonx C. West & Co., "The Pill 3I.ik-r.'' ist and 18J W. Madison i.t Miibtgo. i roe trial paeKaxo sent by mail prepaid en receipt of a 3 cent stamp. W. h. l)euient,:iKent. Health is Wealth. Dr. K. (J. West's Xene and Brain Treat ment : a specillc for listeria. Dizziness, Conviilsionj, .Nervous Headache, Mental De nresIon, Low of Memory, Hpermatortboea, linpotencj, linoluntary J&nUsions. I'rcma tuni Old Age, cjuspU by ovcr-exertlon, self alupe. or over-indulgence, which lends to miser, decay and death. OneboxwiU euro recent cwses. K icli box eontalni; one months , treatiuent. One dollar hot, or siv. boxes for tire ilnllart ; sent by wall prepaid on rc- ceiptof price. We guarantee six boxes to eure au ease. Willi cicli order recei ed by usforsilioo, aeconipaiucd with Ave dol hrs, we will send tlio purchaser our written cuamnlep lorptnm thtmnnpvlf Hih treat ment does not t'lteet a cure. Guarantees is sued onI h . K. Dement, ilniggbt, As toria, On-gcin. Ordfrs by runil at rcpilnr nnces. Dress Making. r.v 'Mrs. T. S. Jewett. j Up stairs, opposite Mrs. Rotors' lioardng IIUUSI-. Croup, Whooping Couch and Bron chitls immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. Sold by W. E. Dement Tho "Always Handy" stovepipe shelves at John A. Montgomery's. fiWPIP MUTUAL LIFE IH8UUKSB WEASI, Of California. A. 3IeKINNIE, Manager. For Oregon, Washington and Idaho Territories. oFnci:-io2 niisT stbf.et, roRxiLusw, or. Uefercrfcen: CII Ab. IIODOK, of IIodf , Dav Is & Co. JAMES HTKI:i.. Caller tlrst National Bank. .1. A. hTKOWBKIDOE. Whoioalc LeutUer' CIIAS. HODGE, oIHodse.OatLs&Co. and Uftdliii's. CA.DUJ.rJI.ot DolpJi, Bronausn. Dolph& aimon. Col. J. MeCItAICEX ot .T.McCraien & Co. L. C. HEN'KICHSRX ot Iteurtcnsen &- ureenocrg. Dr. G. E. KOITAGE. M. 1)., Examiner and rhyslclan. MISCELLANEOUS. S. ARNDT & FERCflEN, ASTORIA. - OREGON. The Pioneer Machine Shop BLACKSMITH SHOP Boiler Shop All kinds of ENGINE, CANNERY, AND STEAMBOAT WORE I'rompUy atti.ndpd to. A specialty mado of repairing CANNERY DIES, FOOT OP LAFAYETTE STBKET. ASTORIA IRON WORKS. BKiTOX STISRKT, NE.I! PAIIKEU ITOCSE, ASTORIA. - OREOOy. GENERAL MACHINISTS AND BOILER MAKERS. ' LUBlNJUUHBBHBIHHI Boiler Work, Steamboat Work, and Cannery Work a specialty. Of oil Descriptions mado to Order at Short Xollre. A. U. VARfl, President. J. J. Hcstleb, Secretary. 1. W. CAhF, Treasurer. .Iohx Vox, Superintendent. WILLIAM EDGAR, Corner Main and Cbonuum Sueeti, ASroitlA ORKQOJ. I . . wu u " 1W T. BBR3TEY, CIGARS AND TOBACCO.i B?15r11A"5r- The celebrated ' May be found af the Court House. JOSEPH RODCERS A SONS GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY AND THE GENUINE WOSTENHOLM and other Knzlbh Cutlery. STATIOKERY! FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS Genuine Idoershaum Pipes, etc. A one stock of 1Vatht anil Jewelry. Slncele nail Breech Loading Shot Oonn and ft inert, llevolvers. IMstols. and Aismunltlon MABISR ALHO A K1KK Assortment of fino SrFCTACLKS and JJYE OLAS3E3. B. B. FJRANKLTN, UNDERTAKER, 4& iiZiM Comer Caas and Snuemonho streets, -ASTORIA. - - OltKGON DR.M.KK IS WALL PAPEK AND WINDOW SHADES AND UNDERTAKEBS G0()D3. !B-flL ls3?5iiiiJ$l QJ25r?v4rj-"T5S ppa-3V? VN Berereueen: M. S. UURKELL, of Knapp, Butrell ft Co. W. W. SPAUli)ra!lKckeir.CUe Dealer. ' ANDIiEW BOBERTS. at R!luU & .KniuiN JOUN CILWf.ot Jean eras ft Oo. C. 3U Yilb&g, Boots andJMioes. JUS. BUItKHAKD. Burkhard & Spaaldlce, J. JC. tiiix. ot J. K. GUI &Coa StMjoaect. FIUKR ZANOVICH. otZaa BrotUerK- Eachof tne aboTe iseanaa S19,CKln.?w onco la tais Compaay. ' " BUSINESS CARDS. j o, nozoBra, V. s. ComjiiUsloner, Vetarjr labile, am4 Insurnoe AstBt. Agent tor tho Hamburg-Bremen Fire Ins. Co. 01 uamDurg, uermany. ana or ins Trav elers' Life and Accident Ins. Co., ot Hart ford. Conn. "g V. UOLDES. NOTABT PUBLIC, ACCTIONEKR, COMMISSIOH AND 8URANCE A0EN1. TB. J. C. SHAXTEK, rnVSICIAV oad SVBGEOX. (DECTSCBETI ASZT.) DUeaHes or the Throat a Specialty. Office mtx Conn's Drug Store. J)R. C. C. CLASS, PHYSICIAN AND BOEOEON Onieo over A V. AUea's Stow, ASTORIA, - OREGON. Q-ELO F. FABKBB, , County Sorreyar - ?t Clat.wp Countv. Omee : Cacnamus street, . SI. C. A. ball-Room No. 8. "P . WISTOS. Attorney and Counselor at Lata. bb-OB1pi In Pythian Building. ASTORIA, - - - OREGON. TAT TUTTI. X. D. PHYSICIAN AND SUBOEON Offick Over the "iVhlt House Store, Kfjuden'ce OrerRlberson's Bafeery, op posite Carta & Myers Saloon. 4 li. JXLTOX, 2M. D. r rhynlclan and Sarveoa. OFFICE Over A. V. Area's grocery tow Rooms, at the Parker House. Xj P. mCKH, IENT1BT, .aTOWA. - - - OR8QOH Koocu in Allcn'ii bulldlmj up atalw, corses ot C.ks and Bqrmocqhe streetd. I Q. A. BO.WLBY. ATTORNEY-AT LAW CtHMiamus Street. - ASTORIA. OBEOO& r xi. uaxx & co.t DKALKXIX Uoorx, Windows, BUn&M, Xr soma, lituBber, Etc. All kinds oi Oak Lnraber, Glass, Boat Ma terial, etc. Turning and Bracket Work A SPECIALTY. Steam Mill .near Weston hotel. Cor. Gt evlve and Astor streets. I. W. CASE, IMPORTET. AND WH0LE8ALBAHD B& TAU. DEALET. 15 GENERAL MERCHANBISE' tinier Chenamus and Oass streets. ASTORIA - - - - OREGON lELoxxxotrml. TO THE LADIES OF ASTORIA. 1TAKK TLEVSUBE IN UTFOBHrNO yon that I bare- mnoTed"Biy Dress making rooms From Cheaajnus St. to Cass St., Next door to The Astoriax otBce. I thank the k-dies for their liberal patronage. niHS. A. KAPPI.EYEA. jei? GOOD CHEAP BOOTS. I have Lately Reduced the Price Of all my First-Class BOOT 1VD KHBE8 Jf ABE TO eBES. Asfollews: Jlnest Sewed Calf Boots' - - U K Finest Togged Tap 8oled - . Finest 1'eggea Single Soled - - WW Nothing but the Best ' Genuine Mercer French Carf UsedloMySbop. ' LJ. ATOM. Opposite the CXB. 6 S. Co& Poet.