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'A'hc J!nUij stwiaik
Can be Raised.
- , . ..,.. The wreck of the Escambia, a wheat bends us handsome, reliable dresscM
' Isaac Solomon fell dead i his lish- i m le sold at Sin. Everv garment nuiit '
',, V.,r below ;s Smith's point -it throe ! iacn vcssc1' " iau tranc,sc' rccaUa-behold, as suehaaheWclers from .Mr.;
ins boat belows Miutli h point .it uiicc t inind Jhe wpMk of th(j . Ijune LUn . whQ are KJOiL ftm ,jave
. . . ' o'c oek vesterdav morning; m ueatn. . ,. - , . s- ,.. ,.,r goods charged, nroviding they write
THURSDAY JULY -, S. ' , hv hcnl.uii5onSl. ' ,0"1 ,ahl emuc, -;,, rdcrences. to IL'15. Lilt, comer 1 v
ISSUED EVERY MORNING. His 'is "rc "'S to the head-. ' appliances the ... T,,,,,- :-rrL'rk,..v.1.11,r.. ' MlA
,., ,,..,,, ouartcrs f the Occident packing,. ... , ' . ' . , ,, ' . ;. ", S S S S
C. fi. COOPER, GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
rrr.i.i-ni:i: .r Pi:oci:iktoi:s.
Attnin Ihiildiitg, '"Vias direct.
Terms of Subscription :
Wood for Male.
The arsiM stock of
Blr.nt: Boohs and Stationery I
of every description.
School Jlooks. P.lbles. Poetical
Works. Alliums and
P.esides a full anil complete I
stoctc e: every onus ioikuiv
J. P. HALLO RAN & COMPANY, i company, and will be i buried from the S;m Fnmcisco they have organized a!at Adler's.
.1. K. Church at - o cock- mi? a.ier-1 Miy with a c,p5t!li of .;-, ; '
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'""" . tW to save the wrecic. ine mctnoa -7- -L2 kept in :t well legated Book
l 1- .-ii 1 -.i a' I haw about hundred and hit , akTT m'ws .h-not and awencv for
List of Letters i proposed is to till her with comprised con of ,u.y ,K.n,.tK.k, hieh I will ell j '.'-rv ,mJ1? ailll IwriSifS imblisfcS! 3
"itT,i r ,. ; i.. l..ct jair. The veel at present lies on her' foi -ea.-h at srW-'iiwreord. lwilldHiwr-
teniainini; uncallod for in die I nst- ... 1 tlnvoou lo iuv'uMomei ' .--.
ifiicc at Xtoria. iv.'on. -Inly 20th, pnt aide, with about nine feetot II. R..M i:i.. . Carl Adler'S HIUSIC Store
"erl by Cnrrior. per reel; .tSi C'ont
tiiil by mail, four monthv......... ..?:t r)
i:tl by mail. tn year. ........ .-. 9 Ul
l"roo of Posiaze toriubscribcrt
".-U'crliiOuiont msortcil by theyoir at
he rate of Si "" ier :iiuuro
1 ntnoenr ndvoriisine.
tly cents i.er sjuarefor each
r.Sin!'. a .i;,' i hatches are ..nen and iimrh of the I .5perial siiraiwinent ba been made
j water owr her at low tiK At her .side
Mainland, amiu-l tJ,e WM ,. js f(ty-Mx iVot ilecp. The i
Matthew-. fJ. A. . J , , .t i
Sutif-rlitioii Xpws lejot.
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r.or month. , ii"" ' 1 1,, u Mohl'n i iV wn,'al cas", naS "P1- ' ' '" " " f- ' nnj r. maaazine. or )..riodcal
1 .i. 1 1 i)- ..1 1. V ,. i"i,m.. 1 lr.i.ril li- nii-uis or (lnelS to sijpUII-!ieiI III III l.lllIPO .iao- 01 i-"-l
bytheday oreck.ilIjoinaaanLL.I. NouWionu. M. pu, Us nuans o. uus, 1 1 . .iul,t;s!ll.1v ..;.,. so saw time
insertion. j Liqurtte. 1 jospor 01r1-. ia"- throuh the "nun m the lower hohi, ,, lno ;.v j,v ioovj,,., umr suhM-iip-l
1 uamp mmi, u 11 nor -ar pa. .ioiut- 1 . . , . , , 1 -. i;miv"i ."iii.r
'-i.;i.:....Ir... 11 Voi:,.t. VI libn.nfdi lmtli tin f.ti-waiil and ait' lion at 1 arl .ulU-i-. .
Dnbaz, 3Iichell' Ol-en. .John A int.Mi.. -mil iMvoiif 1110m Throti'di I " . .
' Kachen. Alrv M. o'i:rien..l:imi IwUlu .mn tni!n i.m. inn on, Au f Xolav w,K.al AdlerV
t'tii: Daily astokmn will he att 2j
mattattccntii n month. frccfjxxioyc. Read
er trim cinitni)Uitfiihciicr fmm the citu inn
fuo-f Tnr AsroniAX follnw them. I.it.v
r Wkkki.y nlilivnx (o any jHtxt-opicc with
nut uilitioaal rjcpeiute. AiWrctxc wic
;fMU"at'!ufriii ricirctl. Lraccftrd-T at
Uir ciiitntina non.
-The (Jolumbia is due from San
Frani-i-ico this inorniii";.
Atoiia ganlenn and conservato
ries are in fullest fragrance of blossom.
I'cisvm. .lona- these entrances three lengths ot ml-
?VkV u. bur hose are 10 lie passed into the!
10. cr 1111 m -
Smith, Celle lower hold, but all uniting above, aim
Si-ott. Jloraeet ;rel
Fable's ice cream is the bit.
f hildrcnV Miit- at Mr. Deibj"-.
f ....l .... ?-., tiitoni -mil cfnvtuiili1 i - -
.a ITISirill'll IT11 lilt- IIIFIIL.1 kl&t, S-V '
iifflrV-.SS'MCSwA irf il. vC Hen- .31 W .1 yg? ' ' ""!" "'""
:!jiin,.,.ir,ai,i .I. 'v!Sin.aWlli.. "'"l-K'-S "'' ' ' I"!-"1" " " v ,.. .,,.,: ,-f7lT7 ll. Ial
Klahn. Christian Ww Sarah ( . the surface. P.y moans or a compress- vth-at .lobn .Mo:ituoiner .
Leiuaire.Miv..!. JVarila, M.J.. wl air pnmp ihionli thee ennee- ' ' , -. - - - - : -- . ...
I.oinimii. -loliii lCJCoei". .1. ' " - liieki-n.. nrL-. lui" edition. nlilv L'.
Y. ClUNVK. r. M.
Latee tires .outh and we?t of
Olympin send iliiek showers of ahes
into that town.
-Tho Jul' ineetinj; of the X. Y.
1). A. A. opened 'estenlay at Port-i
land. Some good time is anticipated.
-Mr. Sloop, our newly-elected
county superintendent, has begun
bnsincps by iMiini four teachers' cer
tificates. There will be a furniture sale at
lluldcn's nevt Saturday. The sale is
imperative, and bargains can conse
quently bo secured.
Joseph Holladay has been sued
in Portland bj J. X. Dolnh for al
leged indebtedness for legal fees to the
amount of SI .077.25.
- -During tho twelve months ending
June 00th, 1882, breadstufis to the
value of $177,000,000 were exported
from tho United States.
woik. at fail
Livetson. II. O. WaKke. lloiiii thms. air will lie forced into the hold, I ,.,.) :lt Adler
P.iT-cnic -lllllfr tit" tllcse Itittel.S .....1 ,!.. -.r..l !r !: MiKliillit will
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.ie ..t.tiih iiniti Tiini"iri Mfivin- iki'ii. . . .. . .-...' ..-- --
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right the vessel entiicly at this timeJ ,.,,. ,.f,..r, . . Central .M:.r
but iiierelv to nu.se tier o that tug.kei, ha made arninuementN to ;eep at
During last Saturda jn-occed
ings of tho Congregational association,
at The Dalles, resolutions in memory
of the late Mis. Fannie E. Case were
It is not so that the saloons de
cline io furnish water with whisky
now-a-da3'.s. on the alleged ground
that water in Astoria costs too much
The regents of the Washington
territory university, have tendered
the presidency of that institution to L.
J. Powell, superintendent of public
instruction of this state.
Oongies- hopes t adjourn by
August lt. Tis a matter of mutual
congratulation when the members de
part. - ("ndei- New To-Day will be found
tho announcement of a .ile of real
estate on the .Uh of August. The
fact that real c-tate is steadily appie
ciating in value, suggests the good
sense of investing in desirable prop
erty such as is advertised to be sold
at Alderbrook on that day.
The Wallacetown, now loading at
Kinney wharf, has on bo.ud ."0,7S
j cases salmon. The captain thinks he
may finish with wheat and llonr, but
if that is not forthcoming, will lake
on twenty thousand more ea-us of sal
mon. It will take but Utile more
than what she already has aboard to
"ivc her the most valuable cargo that
ever sailed out of the Columbia river.
-Hank lllodgett, who for the past
twenh years has followed sea-otter
hunting fit the coast above ('ray's
Harbor, V. T.,says that he now aver
ages loO shots for every otter ob
tained. In early times when an otter
was jjhut it would come ashore, but
the animals have become ao shy that,
unless killed instantly, they put out to
se.-u They cannot be approached now
nearer than GOO yawls. ISlodgett uses
a Sharp's rille, fort'-live caliber, car
rying 120 grains of powder. The fur
of a sea-otter sells from 7 to 150,
and is becoming more rare every rea
boat.- may tow her inside the harbor
into calm water, when operations may
be resumed at leisure. Thi-. method
was proposed by Captain I!ob. It is
said to have been tried before in
other similar eases. Tho weight of
salt sea water is tili pounds a cubic
foot, and the piessuie is enormous,
but if sulticicut air can be forced into
the hold without escaping, it is claim
ed there can bono reason why the
scheme should not succeed. A sleau;-
hcliniM I're-h li-h. etc.. in their -ea-on
I'hiNiciaii" pnM-riplioii- earefullj
eoitipouudeil da or night at .1. .
Conn's drug More, oppr-ile (b-eidenl
Call and examine Uiom' baby wagon-,
at the City boolotoic.
For the genuine J. 11. Cutler old
Uourbon. and the best ol wines, liijuor-.
and San Francisco beer, call at thcdein
oppo-ile the bell tower, and-.ee Camj-liell.
NEW GOODS -
1 have. rerooYejrl ?a riic
J trVTTDt-na nv tiuivuiio urorwr nirtriwwi1
lilUlAUUXO W-t JtT J.XAJ.AO XlJCiTT DUlldllJlV
Pianos and Organs.
Of all makes eoiistantl'. on band. AK a
fall stock ol
VIOLINS. (iUITAKS, 11 AN JOS, AC-
COltDKONS. CON CEKTIN AS.
Also a lani" slock of tlin best of
VIOLIN AND (iUITAll STKINUS,
AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
A-v well as veill:in:: i No belonging tn:i
Cirst Cla-s .Nliib .Store.
No mote good weight at the Orient
Uaths. Three Iirt-cJass barbels. AH
work guaranteed. Chililren hair eul-
boat is to be charteied, from which to ting a speeialt. .1.(5. Ciiaimt.Ks.
conduct all operations. It is thuught
a small Is2hooner and a couple of
gcows w ill also be used. When raided,
ing.s will be required to tow tho
wieck in. Work was commenced
last Saturday, and it is thought that
it will take about a month to complete
the job, owing to the variability of the
weather and the danger of strong
1 trace up the whole ystem with King
if the Illood. Sec Advertisement.
Freh fiuit received at C. A. MayV b
every .steamer. No stale trash. F.verx
ariely of Oregon and California fruit
always on hand.
Sleveii-. ,v -Son have their store
crowded with new good -., all marked in
'-. ""I ri.iii.n
And have, Without a Smg-ltt Kxceptloa,
The Finest anil Best Arranged Store is Orefii. :
New Goodij Received b Kverj .,;5tarap in
JUl the Xisitest Stylas and XTovwlttMi
Call and J aspect Stock and Get I'rices !Nf kfttker Yu
Purchaso or Not.
Putins and Organs Mild mi tin monthly in
stallment plan, or for rent.
CARL ADLER'SVAR ETY STORE
Watches. Clocks and Jewelry.
t Pocket and Table Cutlery.
r '"jSK Yankee Xutions and Toys,
r ' TSL Picture Frames and Chronica.
'jgWj'attaby carriages, a complete
New yoods liv everv steamer. The public
an united to eamhio mj .stock irndprlce-.
rilKNAMPS ST.. - ASTOUIA. OP.K00N
Chas. Stevens and Son have a .stock
of mouldings and moulders tools which
can be bought cheap for cash to close
out that branch of the busme-s.
The force engaged in scraping the
bar had a brief cessation from their
labors yostordaj'; some of the machin
ery being out of goar rendered a visit
to the cily necessary for repairs.
-Wo've had a house famine, and a
ad vant-girl famine, and a fruit famine,
and a lumber famine, and now comc3
a wider famine. The next thing will
be something else, in the meantime
the great Columbia Hows rigid by
The Jhvaco Steam Navigation Co.,
and Shoal water Uay Transportation
Co. now furnish tho cheapest and most
expeditions route from the Columbia
river to Olympin. You can save time
and money by patronizing an Astoria
A low-hung fog bank yesterday
morning gave every appearance of
rain, but at nine a. .m., a wind from
the west broke it into fluttering frag
ments that flew to the south, and tho
remainder of the day the sun shone
The Willamette, Farmer thinks
that the present indications are that
the total surplus to come down the
Columbia river the present harvest
year cannot exceod the surplus from
the harvest of 1881, which was not
over 120,000 tens.
- We are in receipt of iuquiries
from various San Francisco and cask
ern jiarties in refcrenco to salmon sta
tistics. Every issue of The Astokiax
contains a compilation of foreign and
domestic shipments to date. If any
one of those writing to us wants to know
ten cents worth ho can fu accommodated.
The recent rise in the price of
lumber at tho mills in Portland, has
caused some of the builders and con
tractors a httlo uneasiness. Matry o
them hal figured on their contracts
before the rise, and consequently will
be losers. Some declare that they
will-send their bills down the Colum
bia, where they can obtain lumber,
laid down in Portland, at tho old
- The spirit of emigration seems to
have taken possession of the Califor
nians early in the season. The move
ment is a good one if not too much
indulged. IJut white emigrants, as a
rule, desire to waeh a mom faorable
locality, there are too many who are
not willing to stop until their means
are entirely exhausted, when they are
compelled to do so. The destination
of nearly all who have pucd this
place is eastern Washington. When
one has once permitted this migratory
impulse to move him. it seems as if an
irresistable restlessness takes posses
sion and controls his futureiiiove
ments. lie is never willing to let well
enough aloue, but is forever searching
for someihing better. It would be a
matter of valuable infoimatioii to
those who annually vibrate between
California and Washington Territory
if they 01113' knew that they pass by,
without notice, the very country they
are adapted to settle and build up. A
country that needs their labors, and
one that wili give ample return for
every day's work that is given to it.
The steamer Umatilla of the Ore
gon Improvement company, arrived in
last evening with two locomotives,
manfact tired by the Italdwin Locomo
tive works of Philadelphia. They
are for the Oregon and California
railroad, and are the last of a con
consignmen of seventeen which have
been taken to PortLnd by k Uma
tilla. They are placed on dew near
the after hatch, and blocked and se
cured 111 place by heavy timbers, and
bolts through the deck and iron
plating. The two engines and tenders
weigh about one hundred and fifty
tons. On deck near the forward
hatch, is a large steam excavator,
weighing about fifty tons. This is
shipped to Portland and is designed for
work on the Northern Pacific rail
road. The steamer has in her lower
hold eight hundred tons of rails for
this road. She has also an assorted
cargo, including a large number of
patent fat m vagons ami agricultural
A plain gold ling marked on the in
.side. To M. D. K. Irom V". II. The tinder
will bcMtitabh rewaidod by icturniug
it to M. I). Kaxt, .Merchant laiior.
-i-Foiind, last Sundav night, a pui.sc,
on the sidewalk in flout of OT.rioif.s
hotel, riie owner can haw it upon
proving properl;. b inquiring at the
On Tues,I.i..uly IKih. iss-J at -Jo.el'k
r. Min the building opjwWdc Wells.
Fargo office. I will begin sciling, and
will continue each centng until sold, a
tine, new slock of good. which weie
j brought here to open a branch More,
bill which must be sold to satisfy an
Francisco creditors. I he stock consists
of silver and .silver plated ware, dam
ask bed spreads. lowcK dress giods,
gloves, shew Is. gents furnishing goods,
and noiiou of all kinds. There will be
fiw line presents given to the ladies ev
ery afternoon. There will be good seats
provided, and cvervlhinjr done to insure
the com fori and satisfaction of my nat
ions. These goods must he Mild, and if
011 want bargains von will attend the
aiiciuoon .sail'.. r.p. 11. im:i;m.
Fresh taffy and caramels even day
at the AMoria" Candy Factor. Main St.
llemciuber Frank Fabre's ice eicam.
It i.s par excellence.
--Tne Aiv:i.s liamh stiAepipc
shelves at John A. MontgonteiVs.
What is nicer on a warm da. than a
dish of that exquisitcl;. Havored iv
cream that Frank Fabre "makes .'
l'uu-hasers for fmtr Sot.-, in nlnev's!
Asloiia, suitable for icsidciice-. Oma
lol in Sliiwl Astoria suitable tor bus
iness purposes. Appl.v to
.l.O. l'o.oi:rn. Agent.
Your Wife "V:iiil
One oT those oil stows; neat and coit
wiiicnl. seconeat Foster's.
Are loud in their praise of Kloreston
Cologne on account of its remarkably
delicate and lasting iragranee.
Our cuttic stock of mouldings and
frames of all kinds, bracket's and wall
pockets, also a lot of other goods, will
be sold at cost at the City i took More
for the next thirty days.
("has. Si i:vk.s X- S.v.
Oui man readers will gladly wel
come the introduction to general use of
the pleasant wined Srup of Figs,
which is ah ngieeabje to the taste as the
fruit from which It Is made, and bettor
than oil. alts. pills, or any of the bitter
and nauseous medicines of b gone das,
Faitics wishing groceries, puls
ions or merchandise of any description,
should Icaw their orders with A. Van
Ditseu A: Co. as they are prepared to de
liver goods in ati part, of the city on
the shortest notice.
I'rof. Fred Myer wishes to organ
izea singing eiase of children ; he also
has a fair assortment of Ccruiau nic.sic
for sale Itoouts over the Oem saloon.
When ott go to Hwaeo. stop in at
Adler.s before on. st-.ut and gel one of
Walter Scott's novels, only '.'."i cents.
A sure cure for dyspepsia. The
Oregon ItLOOD prmFIEK. Use
before meals as directed.
If oiii want nice fresh lard, or good
sugar-cured hams. jiM Horn the coiiu
trv go Jo F. It. Klliei-son's baken.
No trouble to show goods.
i C. H. COOPER,
ASTORIA, J una ll, IRSg.
1. .1. Ooodmau, on Clienamu direct.
has just r.vciwd the latest and most
tashionablc si le of gents and ladies
lKiots. shoe-, etc. gcnt in Astoria for
the famous Moirovv sjoe.s.
Shi Lou's Cn:i: will immediate!
relir-w Croup, whooping cough and
Itronchilis. old by W. K. Dement.
Freshest and finest cakes, n nit and
candy at the Asloria candy factor.
You want to get some of Koseoe'.siee
cream io-da : fresh made and nicelv
Wliv will ou cough when shdolfs
Cine willgiw immcdi.iii relief. Price
10 cts .() its and.!. Sold lv W. K. De
ment. A.sk to .sec one of tho-e patent feed
ers at Fnslcr.
If you want ice cream that is ie:
cream, go lo Frank Fabre's.
When yon want pure drugs ami
chemicals of any kind, go to .1, V,
Conjf.s drug slow, opposite Occident
No. 40 I2-Ply
(iflilK l:t! U:,ll) LINES,
A Full Stock Now on Hand.
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
511 ."Mui-Uct Street. Snn Fraurinre
Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast.
Dairy Farm for Sale.
1 am iiistiin-icit In Mr. . W. CoJlhilvrrj'. to
Her fm sale bis Ititi-lv-liH-atcd farm
OX CLATSOP PLAINS.
It imiisisK of ti4iacjcsof cM-cllcm pasture
laiul .liti-h. with lite ad'niniiHj cattle ranjjp,
is v:ti.ible of sii.M.rtin 70 bead of .stiu-k the
-:irnitmil. Kubt .teics feiit-cd and 1: aircs
I'im-sl Ttcuctabii- ;nrd-u on llir I'laiu.
Ami se,-n:l beiiriug fnnt In-Cs Kanclt Is
pnitccW-d b li-iut: j:rmul and tiinl'fi le
Iwcen it and tiio ix-ciu fnua all heat wlmii
!loiisc Coiilainius 7 Uoniii.
Sinre-oiiiiii. tiiilk-riMini. b.mi. stable, wami
sbi-it.ete.. etc. Ili'svabiable faipi iSstlltated
I' j milos soiirh fr.ua Point Adams LlslU
liniLSc. and if applied lr snon will be sold
at a erv low limine. Mr. Cotiinlcrrv being
old and ib-sirnits- of rciirin-4 troin labor. It
net ld at private s.ilc before the first ol
August, the whole priHri will be disposed
'title indisputable Tor further particular
E. C. H0LDEN,
tr Keal Kstnte Agent.
A. Van Duseii & Co.
W11-1 i:i"SPKt.TFl'I.I.V CALL THE
' attention of the Public to the fact that
ihov arc Agents for the follovvhig sewing
I inncliiiiPs. i4-
Tbo liiepriM.'it Singer.
Anl The Khlridge,
M. MEYER frpric4
REDUCTION OF WHOLESALE PRICES.
$7 r0 PER BARREL OF 30 GALLON
JLAKCK ORDKP.3 IX UKK PUOPOETIOX. -
Less Quantities, 30 Cents per GsNsn
Bottled Beer, SI CO per ffejosn
sarSpec-lal atteuttou paid to orders from Public ilouse.s aud FaaiQiesiVK
THE COLUMBIA BREWERY
is srPKinei: to mos'i. a.m i. kxcku.kd p.y xoxji ox t cvaa?.
JOHN HAHN, - - PROPKIETOlt
GHENAHUS STREET, - ASTORIA, OIUBOOH.
MrOrdrrs lelt at the OltflMAXfA Bl-Jg HALL will be picwptly attended !.
A. V. Allen
(Krei:s.vi: ro i-auk A' au.k.)
Wtinirstib Atnt ret.U irji-riu
The ltcv. Ceo. 11. Thiixer. of llour-
""""- hon. Intl.. sav.s-P.oHi invAelf :md wife "oho-Iithcx arc scUue from s;
ives .satisfaction, everyone i.s using it (iweourltvesl(.Smi.niiVCoxsr.Mino ,iUU an"1 ,l,rv npetition.
Sold by W. K. Dement.
wheiever known, and W. I". Dement Crm
l)ru""ist. has been :iPloiuled ag-nt for ., "," " . . .. . i should call and hispcrt our stock
. ! ,;,,,.,-.. ,.,.,. The parlor set that wason thotage .basing i-New bore a, wepitanu:
Astona. Hodge. l)ais V l o.. -wnoie- at tin performance of I lael Kirke.and pcrfei-t s.nisfnrtinsi as n-gnnU i
sale ageul.s, Portland. Oregon.
(,'rav hairs are honorable but their
Perseus wistiiiar to luirehase machines
itnntmet- to give
wiucii was so much admired was from i prut
the fuiuititie establishment of Mai tin :
! millllilKlXTOKSOP .SCHOOL District
l'rii-e-'-. -mil v i..,i I lion, io e.ninuie ine.ssessiiiciii i.ou otsaiu
Xo. t. wilt meet as a P.oard of Enuallza-
-Hacknietuek.- a. lasting ami fra- -- Xo.t. wiuiiiect asa r.oard ol to
. . . : :...- if.. ..t Luri-m,!.. v.i-. -.-. ....... i 111111. 111 t'Aniniiic inc. vvcsainriii liiiu
premature appearance i .,,,.,o,,,B. p..... ,-..... y....v ... ...... .- .....s. ,)bjrM,on Tuesday. July 25th, 1A2, at the
L'atkers ll.ur li.usaui prevents me - .- ' store ot.i. w. ucnrnari.
. i it. I """ " -"" - - i.- '..lik. Af tlm lioril itf HiiiMiiiv
Win. Pfundi-r's, iregon io.Hl Pu- .!.?. HPSTLliK. cferK.
Crkry. M THEBLOOD BUB M
IBUimED lUM-- Mg-. .. .
.Myke us (it thr VcstaWe ffcipl- A
Glass and Plated Ware,. BKT mim CEBV!
TKOP1CAL AXl l)OMK.s'fIO
KliMitt uiri t.rrcr Catyttte4,
FRUITS AND VEGEfABLES.j vrfc.m,
I rr- Xxc, ayumwH, Ht
Wines, Liqnors, Totecco 1 Cigars r
annoyance by pi omptly restoring the;
The lar",t?&t tuut most complete btock ot J
goods In their line to be found la the city. 1
Corner of Cass and Squemocqbe Btin?l'. i
i ificr will positively be found a valu-j
.Vst.iria. .lul f.th. iss2.
Three scow loads of dry fir, spruce able remedy for chronic constipation. I HOl'Si: AX1 LOT POK
S& r!rftlihJ..ilM rm,h'Wl a,Ul rrUffoetl kidneys, dyspepsia, liver cm-1 ' " "" AMrUl-
- - plain;, rheiiinatisin, ncrofulu. and all I IJOi'si. C)X: STokV .VXD A HALF.
(lc sri.vens X- Son have for sale n j- 1 - t - -I -- Has siv nwins, wood-shed, chicken-!
o.oT -, A "i.mU r or tii, ew .S'ii. "! sCvv i othcr ihw havjnS l,t'- '' ' house, etc.. and a never-railing, living .spring
aiul.iieagenlslorineiHW .-s.n.i m,u '. ,, , r-...f..M..... 1 .,.. k... of l waleron tbelot. Price. sro. l.oca-
ing machine. ltnpuie Dlooit. .d.uint.ictuie.louIy by ,-,,; a!llMlt Kihl Iim,,f.s. aIk ,romPost-
Henry Greville's fascinating woiks
j ust received at Cai 1 Adler's.
Fwsii ice cream every day.at Frank j
T:ibre.s. Families supplied in any
quantity b. leaving ortler. Also the!
nnesi, ovsiers cookci i. om.-i. j.i....n.
Kabres ovsters and ice cream are known
everywhere as par excellence.
' Win. Pfunder A-Co., Portland. Ore-
-A Xas.il Injector free with each
bottle of Shlloh's Catarrh. IJeiueily.
Price 50 cent. Sold by W, E. Dement.
ofik-e. Apply to
1. C. HOLDEX.
Keal Estate Agent.
Coi.nux's LiuiiiR's Liquid BKr.F
and Toxic Ixvioeratoi: will cure
indigestion, and perpetuate bodily vigor
TnfcCTto other. Of Druggists.
mwo acres of laxd. with one
JL story house, situate within aw feet or
wharf HtCathlamct. Washluston Territorv. I
Price $400. Your drussLstkei'ps and recoaMMBlC
One acre of laud, with two-story bouse 1 . c). r o,i ih.tcMLrktiMnh
situate within 0C0 feet of same w harf. Pi ice J " LJ
MA a ad 1U4klr MiWMa,
CfcrMlc Skim TtiW
Has Stood the Test,
For p.utlcuiais and testimonials fsoe wjt
known people in our Stat raA kx3U sAm
Frlesj - - - it. mr MttU,
To Insure a cure tako six lots tat Ifclfc
Farm of 1S acres, with house, and two
wood wharfs. Frontage one-half mlla on
woon wnans. rroniase one-nau mne un nrHK f4UTN
Columbia Klcr;W acres 3ldcr land on puice; X Lstin betw J. T. Borditas S. M.
.sikuaic eut: lime irum auuic nutUJ. i inr i n-i nnii .n , Hh
For particulars cnnulte of Geo. B. Eoberts,
Cathlamet. W. T., or . li. Sixoas. Tortlaad.
Oregon, d-w La
tlie name of ' The AstofU V
a day dissolved tjy