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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1882)
aihc JtaVUj jstca'Aan Asusuai
' ijt- - -- ----. The Tiiumnh, xx'hich left licic for1
Purchasers, for four lot in Oluey" !
Astoria, .suitablo for residence.-. Unci
lot in Shi wly's Astoria suitable for bus-.
ine purposes. Apply lo
.1. 0. BozoRTir, A "fiit.
AHtorla Ice Depot.
T1IIKI lV"S I'KOCKEMW.
jl'ort Towmend yesterday iiiumin?, j imcl J. Mira natural!"!.
.,,, went to that port to load L.uOU.UUO J (; chapman s Julia ami IS. I'olin-
ritlDAY AUGUST 1. lhM!jfeet of lumber. She would have :lrt, ja,v. Chapman, Winton for plfl,"
' T - ' i,.,,f.,1.i .. i.....i i,a,. K.w ....iii.:, Pulton for deft.
'nmmrPtliPhitiibfr It Vn Wn o J:vti to fiI oomj.lnii.t. Frcnk Fabrc is noxv prepared In s,,p-
jnouire the lnmbci. it u.i.s ixu. so Iar::a,vt crno v,. .j0M.,,i, o,no, di-. ,)ly f:,muies. restauranti hoteN. saloons.
ia good man v times before, ami xx ill vorcv- inion for plft. etc.. with pure mountain Iceon the ptem-
'..,.;,.,, -;ii .. l,-.v.. .,w..,,.,. f.,.iiii,.i,' IMnult of dott. entered: lefeim! to Kro-h ice cream everv dax . Hal!-
continue .ill we hare "ic.itci facilities 0 jjll7ortll , tal:,. testimony. ( p,,,,-, ami dinners su,vdicd with iee
here for .sixvin:' lumber. A it i- the Cathei ine Mraii''e s. S. L. MntnyM cient.i at hort notice.
ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
J. P. HALLORAN & COMPANY,
Prr.i.i-iii-it an ii I'lmeiM iToif..
.tjrt HuiUhwi. J.-w Sirec.
Terms rt Si'bsciiphon
t l:y Carrier, i or week ..'i Cents ! .
Sound has the call onfall this luisin. i drvorce. " ,I1,,,M ,,,r """ r,mn" ' l
Lojis me .!.. 7l a thousand cheaper! Ifoicircd to IIooilli to take tostinionx.
Maitin vs Martin.
Referred to Do7orth to lake testimony.
X"tu inliel ItooillM to I.i'f
liere than n tlje Seund: the lumber
--nt lr mail, four month- .
t by mail, one yenr.. .............
Free f Postauo to subscriber.
..; ojlifl f '' g""d iiilitv. and yet if
A i M-. .Muiison. liulginu Iioiim".
,, , ii...... ..,.fli Piii.i "lliiuah o Itat
-clreehranfl..tK..s.u int) tj in t,,n fw n'ff Wimoii 1011 . T7 ,
, , , r tonlorp,n..xintoiiiorut-ir. The thine desired found at last. .k ,
search of it clscx.heie. erdici foi pllf. UruL'?Ms for -J.'uiicli on irai-." It
rtr.tei-tisBtnoats inserted by tbeyotir at Uie J riumph xv ill. after lodin' :
bo rate ,f 51 i iorEqaaro per month. I lott Tv.n:end. nioceed to Xanaimo. .... 1... .... . .
. , . ' ' iaieoi uii"ou v- .ioiui ' ii-.iiH. - - -
IransicntuJv-ertwinc, by thoday or week, .,,,,1 nfj,.r rtnUldii'r bk-.ilin.r tliir- with I i:.-nl.lnn ifiu.rt int Inn-hitt. Alwavs Refreshing
.State vs Cliri. Sullivan and Fnuikl A deltciou- ddor i-. impaited hyj
.lohnton.dcfts. ....... . i UloreFton OoJoirue. wliich i- alwavs i r... :... v,i,tHi n.....,..t.- r..
ifty cents ier stiuaro for each insertion.
Iiik I).t:.r AsioniAN iritt he Kent .,j,Mpr",y
aiml til'ZiefnU amunih.frtcof ixmtaijc Heart
i ichitcontnaplatenlitciict froux thceilucan
.'j.j.-t Tiik AsrojciAN' follnw iiicm. Dxn.v
oi KrfKi.r tiliihr.H ; ttny jurd-nflce irltli
imt .i LilC.ntttl cr,wst.-r. iiMren nay hr
ziuiuijtd a ttftra ii ilr!rcrt. Leave ttrilcr at
tin-1 ni n! in v room.
-The Eiwcll tnolc on 8,000 pases of
Air. Thos. Merry and wife aie
d..ui from Porlland una brief visit.
Head the excursion ad. of the
(Jen. .Miles, for next Smuhry.
Reports from up river ate to the
elleet that the water is fallinj rapidly.
There will be target practice at
Fort Stevens at one o'clock tiiis after
noon. Note P.alfour, Guthrie .V Co.'s
ad., relative to the EJnell and Annie
- Tlie schooner Alj)ha aimed in
from Tillamook yesterday with daily
- Hansen Uros. have t contract for
building u dwelling hotiu for P. .1.
W. L. McEwnn, of the Dalles, is
in the city on a seaside sojourn. He
will remain here about two weeks.
(Irand Jury returned two bill of in- clearom rats. inice.'"ioaehP., the-;. h?d-
and after finishing loading there with
coal, will steam for Hong Jvonj;.
-The Lizzie 1 Jell came down ves-:
The steamer Lieu. Aliles willo
to Tillamook about Monday or Tues
day net, witli a carj; consisting 'f
salt, tin canuei y supjilies, Jifty boats,
nets etc., for the canneiies at that
place. It is the intention of Messrs.
Leinenwebcr A. Co. to htart opemtions
there about the lOili hist.
Fifty -six shilirngs Is the iresent
charter price from San Francisco to
U. 1C, sixty shillings from Portland.
The first consignment of new
American wheat which reached Liver
pool this season, sold for si. 05 per
'Tis thought that were the tons
of kelp that come ashore on Clatsop
beach, burned, a very fine iodine
could be extracted from the ashes.
Sales of real estate continue at
good figures. The residence of Chas.
Maguire, with the adjacent lots, was
bold to Carl Adler a few daws ago, for
S 1,500. '
The steamer Vaouina has been
rebuilt, and will make an excursion
to Newport about the 10th. There is
room on the vessel for forty cabin
Uishop Morris will officiate in
(.'nice church, Astoria, Sunday next,
Aug. Gtli, morning and evening. The
Holy communion will be administered
at the morning service.
Marvelous stories come to hand
from Xchalcm of seventy bushels of
peas to the acre, and over so many
blackberries, the latter meeting with
ready sale here at eight cents . pound.
.- A hiindle-colored book, styled
"The adventures of a Virginian," is
teccived. witlT a request for a notice.
The book is of a fickly class and in
about as near being woi thles3 as good
paper ever gets. It is devoid of wit,
logic, or common sen-e, and is for sale
by the misguided publishing house of
Cliixtou A" Co., Philadelphia.
--Though a good many of those
lately employed in fishing naturally
drift off. yet :t is a noliccable fact that
the steadiest and most reliable of them
remain. Particularly is this the case
the present season. Men w ho ha o ac
quired a little property, other whoso
interests are identified with the place
are remaining, and will no doubt be
better till, in cvciy eense. for it.
Mr. 1.. A. Loomis. was in town
yesterday. Ho tells us that though
the mail contract iequire.s that they
carry the mail to Oysterville twice a
week, yet they are running u daily
mail, and letters posted by even a. m.,
in Astoria reach Oyslervilleat 1 i i.,
the same day. There ought to be pro
vision for a daily mail to ilwaco, any
how, and for a tri-weekly mail to
points uoi th.
The Triumph put ashore all her
Chinese last Wednesday evening, and
started out at live yesterday morning.
Her charterers pay 811,000 a month
for the vessel, and as the captain did
not consider it safe to take a vessel of
her size up to Portland, he left his
passengers at Astoria, agreeing to pay
for their passage to that place if they
wished to go. Piobablv four-fifths of
them went up on the morning boat,
Wo were agreeably surprised
j'csterday afternoon by the appear
ance of Mrs. Keegan. in charge of the
refreshment tables at the ladies fair,
who kindly remembered the weary
compositors, with a large tray of cake
and ice cream. It was thankfully re
ceived and immediately absorbed. If
that sho brought is a fair simple of
the refreshments on hand, we don't
wonder that they are doing .such a
rushing business. The fair only holds
two evenings more.
Airainnedand allowed till thi. aftei-
noou to plead.
Stale of Oregon vs Tho. x Stiuin.-..
indicted a .la. A. Law rence.
Arraigned to plead next 1 ueMlay.
MrCulIum vs McCullum.
Kefeired to T. .1. Tax lor to take testi
mony. .Max O. ISrown el al x Fltsra Maon
A. M. Tuombli, J. W. Gearliait and
A. W. Herry appointed referees to par
tition leal estate.
Comt adjourned to '. o'cloek this
W'oort for Sale.
1 have about sW hundred and fifty
cords of dry hemlock, "Aiiieh 1 will sell
for cash at S3.T. per cord. 1 x ill uelixer
the wood to mr customers.
refreshing, no matter how fivelx' ned.
a,,,,,,,,:,.,,., or, n,,,.,,', JRHEUMATISM1
stopped. Neglect frequently result; in
nil inriiraiJii mi is uiM-a-eor eoiiMunp- 'Iiilh:ielu.. :Viir:il-ri:i llnrkurlit
To all xvho are suffering from the
criors and iudiscietions 'f youth, nerx
ous xxeaknes. early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will solid a recipe that xxill
cure you FKKK OF CHAKRK. This
great reincdx xx-as discovered bv a mis
.sionary in South America. Send a self
addressed envelope to the Hex. .!oi:i'ii
T. I. wt am. Station 1. Ncxv York City.
train anil Xerve.
Wells' Health I.euexver, gieatcst icin
edy on eailli for impotence, leanness.
seual debilitv. etc.. Si. at druggists.
Oregon Depot." DA VIs" A- CO.. Portland.
The Golden Opportunity.
Kxerx ufleier from lixer complaints
and constipation will doubtlessly axail
themselves of the golden opportunity
presented of testing the ncxv remedy,
S rup (f Fig-, fiee f charge. Cases of
long standing, which haw oiilx been
aggravated by the harsh griping medi
cine, former! used, xield piomptlylo
the gentle yet thorough iniluence of
S rup of Figs. Those xvho have tried it
praise, it highly. Trial bottle-free and
large bottle- for sale by W. K. Dement
Druggist, ".vho ha-been appointed agent
for Astoria. J Iodge.Daxis.fc Co.. x hole
sale agent.-. Portland, Oregon.
Catarrh of the Itladiler.
St'iiging, smarting, irritation of the
urinarv passage, di-eased discharges,
cured hv lluchupaih.i. 1. at druggists.
Oregon 'Depot. DAVIS & C(V. Portland,
Elegance and Purity.
L-ulies who appreciate elegance and
purity are using Parker's Hair Bal
sam, it is tlie best article sold tor re
storing grav hair to its original color.
lion. Uroxvn.- Uronchial troche- b not
disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, hut act directly on the in
llamed parts, allaying irritation." gixe
relief in asthma, bionehitis. coughs,
catarrh, and the throat troubles xvhieh
singers and public speakers are suidect
to. For thirty years IJroxx'n- bronchial
troche- liave heen recommended bx
phy-icians, and alxx'ays gixe perfect
satisfaction. 1 taxing "been tested by
wide and con-tiwit use for nearly an en
tire generation, they haxe attained xwll
merited rank among, the fexv Maple
remedies of the age. " Sold at '." cent- a
Fresb jce cream every dav at Frank
Fabie's. Families supplied in any
quantity by leaving order. ANo the
nne.-fc o.-ii:i.s vooki-o oi orncr. rraiiK
Fabres oysters and ice cream are known
exeryxvhere as par excellence.
Mr. John lingers of the Central Mar
kct. has made arrangements to keep al
he finest fresh fish, etc., in their sea-on
Aie you made, miserable .by fiidi-ge-tion.
Constipation, Di7iiie-5,Los- of
appetite, Yellow Skin'.' ShiloV- Vital
izer i- apo-itixe cnie. For -ale b W.
-Haclcinetuck." a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price i"i and ."Hi cent-.
Soldbx W. K.J)ement.
It should not be foigotlcn that) We are in receipt of a bound
the Ladies' Fair closes to-morrow j volume of U. S. consular reports,
beating the frank of Senator Slater,
xvhom we thank for this and many
other favors. These books are of in
incalculable value, and may be ob
tained by our icadei.s upon applica
tion at the government printing office,
and payment of ten per cent of their
actual cost. They constitute an au
thentic history of the various coun
tries at xvhieh our consuls are sta sta
teoned: not a dry resume of historic
annals, but a life-like representation
of the country and its commercial re
lations xvith the United States.
nighf, nnl those xvho have not vol x-ia
ited it haxe only two evenings left in
xvhieh lo ax'ail themselves of tho op
portunity. The president and secretary of the
board of fire delegates give notice this
morning of the annual election of
officers of the Astoria Fire Depart
ment; tho election takes place on tho
14 th inst.
Under Ncxv To-Day Mr. E.
C. Holdcn advertises that to-morroxv
morning at 10 o'clock he will sell at
auction a quantity oT household fur
niture, and two second hand sexving
machines. Here is a good chance to
Portland papers are agitating the
snnject of docks; and claim that they
should not be alloxxed to extend too
far into the water; that a-vcssel should
at least have room to turn around. It
docs look that way. No trouble about
room to turn around down hero.-
The Peruvian syrup has cured thou
sands xx'ho xveiesutlering from dvspep
sia, debility, liver complaint, liolfs, hu
mors, female complaints, etc. Pamph
lets tree to any address. Scth W. Foxx If
Sllll.oii's CL'KK will immediately
relieve Croup, xxiinoping cough and
Uronchiti. Sold by W. K. Dement.
" D.x-petic, nerx'ou- ieoiilc. -out of
-oils" Coi.dkx's Lti:r.t(;s Litjrii)
Iki:k and Toxic Ixvicouatei: XX ill
cure. AU fur Gulden's.
--The "Always Handy stovepipe
shelves al .John A. Montgomery's.
Fiesh fruit received at C. A. .May's bj
every steamer. No -tale tra-h. Lxcry
xariely of Oregon and California fruit
alxwax's on hand.
Nox'elties in hou-ehold ailiele- at
For the genuine .!. 11. Cutter old
Uouibon, and the best ol xvines, liquors
and San Francisco beer, call at the Gem
opposite the bell toxvor. and see (.uiiii-bcll.
3Stuaiils and i lrolVor
Four itillereiit courses in tlie College and
six hi the Academy iiicliiilini; a Itusine-s
course ami Teachers' course fir which diplo
mas are axvanled. 'Jxeiity-txxo new rMms
added to the Woman's Cillcj:e.
S144.OOis.ill it eo-ts a 'Ung man for
tuition and heard for a j car.
S1KS.OM is all that it cost- a lady for tui
tion and board In the Woman- College a
" yFIKSTTKIt.M r.l'C.lXS SKITKMl'.EU
Kt-nd for CatnlostD to
Tho-. Van Wooy, I'l-enldenu
d-al-tm haleiii, Oregon.
SVinlicii. oitt. S.iim1ii;of
Spniin-. :iiid Sxvellliitf"..
lturtio :uid Scalds.
BSriiiscs.lIiMwlnrhc. Frosted Feet
and I:irs. Sor Tliront, Pnlu
in Hie Chest, F:r.4cln.
Corns ami Tftiiiiioiis.
And nil Rodllj
Tin- ronowiit'd Aiftndian KeuiCiSy i-inade
eveliishclx of .Mitndiau lierlw. gnwu by
lliet'emrinsonhprn-cxxnnd sprub di-triet.
i jsirrn-Iuml. Atbtnilia. who make herb cui
turi'a specialty. It doe- not contain anx
poiMtnons ingredients wliatexer, and w the
in the world fur the aboxc complaint-.
A IVrfeel Cure "iiarnnteed in Kv-
It cost-hut Ut cents per hot tie. and it is
simplv fiH)lishiuss for tln- w Iio are siifter
uigpaiu not to use it.
Full Diivetionsaceomp.inx each Hot tic.
Sold by all Druggists and Patent fcdlcino
lK0F. 31. A. SCOTT Ac CO.,
Sole I'eopvieloi-s A ."Hniiuraeturers
Vo. 'il .:; and .' i:rldgc street, Unllii
rat. lit-toria. Vnstralla.
AIIKKICAV DEPOT -- - Santa Clam. fnl.
XV. K. lK"i:.T, Sole AKCiit Tor
C. H. COOPER, GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
I have removed to the
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS NEW BTJILDIIfG!
Ant I haw, Without a Single Exception,
j The Finest and Best Anawl Store in Ortfii.-
New Goods Received by Every Steamer in
All the Latest Styles and ITo-mltLM
Call and Inspect Stock and Get Prices Whether. You
Purchase or Xot.
No trouble to show goods.
C. H. COOPER,
ASTORIA, Jiinp 3, 1R82.
MAGNUS G. CROSBY,
HARD! AEE, IRON, STEEL,
iron Pipe and Fittings,
I'l.IWI P.KISS AND SI KAJI KITTEBS
Goods and Tools,
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
SHEET IRON TIN AND COPPER,
M. MEYER Proprietor.
ASTORIA, - - OKEGON.
REDUCTION" OF WHOLESALE PRICES.
$1 50 PER BARREL OE 30 GALLONS.
JIA1U1K ORDERS IX IJKK rKOPORTIOX.
Less Quantities, 30 Cents per Gallon
Bottled Beer, 3 1 60 per Desen
tfVSppelal attention paid to orders from lublle Houses and Famllles.
j A gentleman who leturned ves-
terday from Tillamook, states that the
buoys in Tillamook hay are so placed
as to mislead marines. Inside the bar,
opposite the toxvn of Garibaldi, hidden
at hili tide, 11 a cluster of rocks
knoxvn as the "The Soxv and Pigs."
The f'eneral Aliles narrowly escaped
beinii xvrecked on them a fow dava
since. The xvnrtun; Imov, xvhieh
. . 7" ". ; , , .should be between the rocks and the
xx e call attention to the sale that . . . ,. , , , , ,,
, ,. , , . , , ar, is oeuwiu me rocics, auu tne
is adx'ortised to take place to-morroxv J , ,, . . , , ..
. , . . A .., channel buoy is far out of position. At
morning, of suburban lots, at Alder,. ,,.,,. -,, - ,.
. , ,. . . . . . ,n hijh tide there-is 21 teet of water on
brook, adjoining tipper Astoria. lo(l, . . , ,. , ,
, , , . , . tne bar, and vessels of medium draft
urshcrmen xvho desire to invest a por- ..- , .... , , . .,
r , . . . . would find no dithcultv 111 entenn' if
tion of their earnings in securing at x. , , ,
, , , , Ai e buoys xxciv properlv placed. Oir-
hotne, to speculators who want to re-. ...
alizo rapid i-cturn on tlie amount in
vested, or to others xvho wish to hax'e, What is nicer on a xxaini day than a
a desirable niece of uronertv the on-' l,is" of, th:.lt 0lUely tiavored ice
a ucsiraon. niece 01 uioptnj, tin, up t.RMm xlmr Fnuik Kabre inake.sV
jiortunity is particularly titneiy. The;
sale begins at 2 o'clock. The recorded , Any one x ishiii!,' xvells clnaret! or
. . , . ,, a. r -c r. logs removed auiekly and in good .shape,
platmaybcfloenatthe ofhee of E. O. will enrimre at John Rogers. Central
Holden, the auctioneer. Market.
A ncxv .tock f Moxcs of the latest;
slyles at John A. Montgomery's.
It is the manifest destiny of
(I i:xxsi.Si i.ruri: So.vi to supersede
oily unguents for cutaneous eniidions.
All is well that ends well. To get
well, to keep xrell, well, use W.m.
Pri'.vnr.K's Oregon Tilood I'nritier, for
that is surely a xvell of good health.
Well, xvell I will tako a bottle and
will use it according to direction.
Your ilriujgUl .v. it ami moji
mdul.t it lit all Ins mstoiiicr.
For tiiat Headache! Try the Ore
gon 11L001J PURIFIER, the vege
table remedy, it's tho cure.
P. J. (Joodman, on Olienunuu street.
ha just received tho latest and most
fashionable stylo of gents and ladies
boots, .shoes, etc. Agent in Astoria for
the famous Morioxv shoes.
Aveiill's mixed paint, the nc.st in
use, for sale at J. W. Conn,, drug store
opposite Occident Hotel.
1 f you xx ant nice fresh lard, or good
sugar-cured hams, just from the eouu
trv go to F.'IJ. Eibcrson's bakery.
If vou xxantpure xvincsand liquors
of all "kinds, go to .1. W. Conn's drug
store, opposite Occident note:.
Foi Dyspepsia andldver Complaint,
..i.. I1A1.1. " ,ti,ffifl triiortntifrn fill in nri'
till IliklUil Milliiil .illinium --. X..I..J
iw.ttle of .Shiloh's Vitalizcr. It never
fails to cure, .sold ny xx . I-- Dement.
No moie good x-eight at the Orient
Hath.. Three lirt-cla.i barbers. All
xxork guanintecd. Childrens hair cut-J
Lessons gixen in xxaxand raier
lloxxers taught in the latest stx le. Ap
ply at the Citx RHik store.
.Mcintosh has leceived the largest
and most complete .slock of hats in the
ciix. .ieii ?i.t-s iiuiu mx f
I'nh talTv and caramels ex-cry day
at the. Woria Candy Factory. Mam JSt.
Joux 1. Cr.AsK.v.
1 H.A1.1 l.NTEItESTIXAf.DOli I "A VIM".
LV business In this cits eau he ttoiiitlit tor
iV. Toa man xxitols willnmto work. thl
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r
Isnifooti ehaiHV 10 make nminn. In.iiiri
at nils ninei'
Stoves, Tin Ware and House
JOBBING IN SHEET IRON, TIN, COP
PER PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING
Done with 1 outness and dispatch.
None tuit ttrst class workmen employed.
A large :isMrtnniit ofj
I'lnislantlx on hand
ITsiy, Oals. Straw.
Lime. Brick, Cement and Sand
Wood l4'licrcri to Order.
Dititiiny, Teaming and Express Business.
Horses ana Cairiagcs for Hire.
WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
i:. f. -VITA r..vs. ('. s. i;i"nvx
TROI'IUAL AXO I)0.MI"STIC OITT5T
FRUITS AND VEGEfABLES. BOOK STORE-
A. V. Allen,
(st'iCFAfiii: TO fAUK xj- .XLUKX.)
xviii.Ji-s..!! and ret.i t iraiif in
Glass and Plated Ware,
IS SUl'KKIOU TO MOST. AX1 IS KXCK1.I.K1) KV XON ON THIS COAti"
JOHN HAHN, - - PROPRIETOR,
0HENAHUS STREET, ASTORIA, OREGON.
"Oiitets; Ml at the CKKMAXIA 1EKK!IALL will be promptly aitend?d to."
LOEB & OO.,
Bast San Francisco Houses and
twAll goods sold at San Fr.mclso lrlcs.
Opposite Parker House, Astoria, Oregon.
YACHT BLUE SKIN.
Where on will lind all tho standard woiks
Wines, Liquors, Tobacco Cigars !
of tne d.iy.aiid a constantly changing
sIin-k 01 novelties auu l.uirj
arta-li's: we keep the
; Pocket Books.
Tlie largest and aiost complete stmk f: PlCtllPC Frames
Roods in then line to be found in the cits, j
Corner of Cuss and Squrmocqlu StroeUs. ;
Steroscopes, Mu- .
1 Sheet Musk Biiou-
terie. & Celluloid
Goods, etc., etc.
l: 1. sTr.x'KVs-v. r.n
istingbetxxeen.T.T. liorcliers and 1". .M. . .
unci 111 tin (Kh onrkiii" lni.ini-ss miil.-t-
ltemcniber Frank Fahre's ice cream, the name of "Tlie Astoria Variety facnint: Cilv Taxp;.
It is unr excellence. 1 to.," is thLs day dKsoixed by mutual consent. J
1 Til. lmiltir... ttlll 1inrf?iff ir liA inin1iifilnrl mTurtrr , T,., ,.. ..f s r,r .M.nrT.
byJ.T.r.orchers.who will settle all debts- 1H citv assOMiicid roll Tor t&2 is now in
due or becoming due against the linn and he 1 mv bands for collection, and all omsoik- tbat
111111u1n.11 .in iivnis ,iiiv ,fi '.-LwiiiiiiK urn- in are inuenicii ior u:c same may saxe live per
the firm. J. T. BOUCIIEKS I cent bv ia in said taves heron? Ainr. 2Sth.
3h0LLU-ND- 18S2. J. O. HUSTLER.
muc l'Ain.'XKi'siiip hei:etofoki: i:-
JL ISt IIC 1
. Collund In
Shipper fc Kvbljc. Xo. 11. Oak .street
Portland, are the Ihui ton tailors of the
Fabre's ice cream is the best.
Xtorla, Oregon, July 27th. ISfc".
Clipper built, copper Listened,
double mast xessel, lies at
Cases wliari. ueady to re
ceix e passengers, freight or ex
cursion parties to all parts of
the Columbia river and vicinitx.
to 1 in iiuini'i juiriiruiiiis immune ti .hiiiu
Itogers. Central ifarket. Or or . I
C'mpt. Weod. e
xiaster and owner '
FOR THE BLOOD ISTHKLffK
Makr use of the Vegetable Kingdom. Abw
BEST KNOWN REME0Y!
UIimmI ami iter ComplalaU,
New or ld CUllt.
rr. Asue. ljsye9U. clc.
rilWO ACRES OF LAND. WITH ONE-
J. storv house, situate within S00 feet of 1
xxharfatCathlamet. Washington Terrltoiy.
One acre or land, xxith txxo-storvhnuie
.situate w i thin :tt0 feet of same x harf. Price '
Fami of 1ST. acres, with house, and txvo
wood xx barfs. Frontage one-half mile on !
hituate one mile from nboxe wharf, l'rice
For particulars enciuire of Geo. B. Roberts.
Cathlamct. W. T., or . R. Strong. 1'ortlaiid, I
uregon. a-w ira
Kidney tiud KUdder lsws,
Chroalc kln TtMlMf
Ha Stood the Test
For particulars and testimonials from welj -knoxvn
people in our State read locals ana
Prier - 41. er Bttl.
' To iusiuxj a cure t:ike iix lots for 93.80.
j Your dniKsistkeeps and recommeBd! It
; Ask tor, aad ce Uiat you set the gtnuliw.
X.. K. CJ.. fMITH,
Importer and Wholesale dealer in
s- . .1 .A C t A
uigarK auu luuaitu, omuKra nr- -..i u..i;..
tides, PUjing Cards, Cut- Annual ein.
lerr. Etc. Etc. rpiii-: annual ubeting OFTHEStoefc-
rr. , . j .. 1, t. 1 A holders of the O.F.L.&B. AtoOcUtttft
The l:irj:est and flncst stock of Slwrbclidiu'i win Dc ht.ii at tne Lail of Beaver Ledge .
and Amoer coods In tho city. Fartlculai- at- 33 immediatelv later Its session onTnutwtoF
tention paid to orders irom the country and I night. Auj;ut 2th. for the election of offl
vessels. .,. . ,A,. ,., . cers for the ea-minR year, aad for the trus-
Chenamus sueet, Astoria, Oregon. action or such othernslneis as may con
THEO. BRACKER, Manager before lr; A. J. MEHLSB, Sec.