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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 15, 1882)
gjltc JUvttvj jstavJUm.
nut hotlv contested, by any iiikiiw, '
uvuiM- iy' i i i r- .t tj,'
Al'OUM io. lSs2;iroiiaed a jjoixl deal of interest, Ihu
I3SI7BD EVERY MORNING,
.M..muy Bxcc,..a,. .
J. F. 3ALLORAN & COMPANY. I
ITvii-hm-s M;j'::n-:MKToi:. !
fre of pi.t:i2ti to Subscriber., i
-" AdvcnceniPntB inserted by iho year tj
he into of SI ') ier square ior luontb.
li'inaient advertising, by thedny or week,
afty cents ier squarofor each inaertion.
UK D.VII.V ASTOKJAJf icHl hi at hy
matinl 7" cents a month, frccoj iKittayc Head
frit whn cvit,'mplatcalcncefrom the city can
;:.tr- Tin: Asto::ian follow them. Daily j
;r WKKKl.V ftlitlomt to Mill intl-nfficc icith
on; a.idltinnat crci"f. Adnrsm maul
zno.tQtd iu oftfn n. dMlrcd. Isnrc order." at
tits cinintitii roitm.
Hon. IM. C. George is expected
home about the 2Jjth inst.
-Sunda' was a. glorioti3 day, and
every one enjoyed it to the utmost.
-Hon. J. 11. Mitchell was met at
the wharf last Sunday by Geo. Steel,of
Portland, and others.
- Tho meeting of the Washington
Territory board of pilot commissioners
will be held at Jlwaco on the 2ith
The new steamship. Queen of the
Pacific, is expected at San Luis
Obispo, to discharge her cargo of rail
road iron, about Saturday next.
-To-day is a feast of great import
ance in the Catholic churches, both
Grcok and Roman, being the day on
which is celebrated the Assumption.
We shall be glad to hear that the
projectors of the road to Clatsop are
yetting their petition in proper shape
to place before the coming legislature.
The Ocklahama started up with
tho Leucadia last Sunday morning,
but broke down, and drifted back to
the dock. She started again at five
in the evening.
The new and commodious steamer
Gen. Miles will sail for Tillamook at
four o'clock this morning, and will be
back this evening. She will leave for
Gray's Harbor on the 2Cth inst.
The wharf that used to be for
merly known as the N. V. T. Co.'s
wharf, and later Hustler's wharf, will
in tho future, together with the new
wharf, bo known as The Main-street
Tho Rritish bark A Ron, Gihnorc
master, seventy-one days from Ade
laide, arrived in last Sunday after
noon. TheAmcrican ship J . "W. Marr,
from New York, sailed in about the
One hundred dollars is the re
ward that Wilmerding & Co., will
pay for information leading to the
conviction of parties refilling Peru
vian Bitter bottles. See ad. I.oeb
fc Co., local agents.
-Everything was quid in and
about the court house yesterday.
The regular grist was on hand, but
the mills of justice were not moving.
The trouble goes on at one o'clock
this afternoon, as usual.
Attention is directed to the ad
vertisement of A. M. Johnson, which
appeara this morning. Mr. Johnson
has just finished -his building, and in
addition to his sail loft, he opens in the
lower story a large and well-selected
stock of ship chandlery and groceries.
A letter from Mr. Stcchan, who!
is now in San Francisco, informs us
that on next Thursday and Friday
evenings the Hattio Moore Comic
English Opera company will appear at
Liberty hall. .The comic operas as
presented by this company arc the
standard attraction in San Francisco,
where they have been played to
crowded houses. On Thursday even
ing the opera of "Olivette" is an
nounced. Saturday afternoon a marriage li- i
cense was issued from the office of the j
county clerk, authorizing any minis-
...... , ,. , i were one nuiwrctt :t:w rur vowi casi, w i mih.i-mi-h uu-u u .wuriii.. n mi.- .,v,.,,,..,. ,i()M imt t u. u! ar butt es
..." liiuidm;. On. cJrri. . . ... Occasion ot their nsairiage: ,. , . , .. , . ... ,, ,
jof which . .I. Harry received sixty-j .Mr. and Mrs..lohn i'eterson. Mr.and i:ar. ibainlui'bh-. bur sale V, . h. i
' seven for Chief En"incer- C. II. Stock-j Mrs. Andrew Yoiiiil 3Ir. and .Mi.i'it.-r ivim-ii. Urussgr-t. wln ha- !jihu aji-
Terms Gf Stittscrjjfhcr, . .,.." ., ,.. ' Holmes. Mr. and Mi. August Olson. ;i! :,'cnt for Won.:
,, ,. . -,. ,a ! tm received t3mty-even. ur rust t Mr nml Mr j. hm naVM'lh, Mr. ami- l,"'m, A-" ' . V.. , .
..dbyUrnor.mk 2, teaa. . ,, ; , ;,,, all Mr. Chris Sorenm. Mr.' and Mi. Aug. .! I ::vi o.. wholesale agents
..i.yiaail.f..r.riaonth W Assistant. I . c . Hic.s n.cei.i n j):,nit.,M, Mr. .,,, M,a.r.cI.i;Hl,.rt. l-..lail. On-smi.
--i anil. .ae yonr . M '' e.ven iUUMtie.i votes, and ''' second chola Nl-oit. Eric Hansen. John :r -r - '
ter or diilv-qiulified official to unite in branch Candy store next to Stevens &
the hmwla of linltr rnifi-mumv Mr C0S l)(K)k StOie.aild Will hereafter lllll
the bonds ot holy matt 11110113, Mr. bnl pac(,c KnfSl mmly ahvavs ou
T. F. Squires and Miss Nellie Sloan, ami.
A similar document was issued to the j When you want pine drugs and
same parties just seven months ngo, I ?&Wf J1". HI1!?'.-?" V! J-'V;
, , ,.. . . , , . ' Conns drug store, opposite Occident
the only difference being that the then hotel.
groom was at liberty, and this time, r. John ifogeroTthe Centra! Mar
he is in jail for having married tho ket. has made arrangements to keep al
woman tn whom lie was remarried last j '"' nes- fri'Nhfisluciiiilhuir season
Saturday evening. Ho comes up for' THlii,iCvc?iU,.e 1"r?if
J n l . : and most complete stock of hats in the
sentence to-morrow. Till the case is!cjty. Men's sizes from ; to 1.
out of court we defer further com j NoveUit.s iu household ai tides at
The Firo Department Election.
Tim election nf nfMeers of the Asto
'. 7,. T. . 4 , . . ,i.rtlli,
, n:i 1- ire DeiKUlmunt yeetcniay, though t
, luiniiticcs tvexe men who always ni.Tiii-
1 feat the heartiest interest in aU mat-,
practical working and
prosperity of the dopailment. J here j
Assistant. Jo. Cliai-in al
The entertainment at Liberty hall
to-night deserves the liberal patron
age of our citizens, not alone for the
intrinsic merit of the entertainment
and the assurance of a pleasant even
ing, but, also, because of the purpose
for which the proceeds arc to be ap
plied. The first part of the enter,
tainment will be of a literary nature,
consisting of vecal and instrumental
music, readings, recitations, etc., after
which ice cream and other refresh
ments will be served by tho ladies of
the Presbyterian church.
The Modern Horse-Thief.
The Chico Record tells how the
crafty scoundrels swindle tho fariucis
of Unite county. These fanners fre
quently have occasion to advertise in
the papers about eatray stock, and the
modus operandi of the sharpers who
cheat the unsuspecting agriculturalists
is thus described: "Tho roughs watch
the papers for Oatray notices. When
one is published, one of them goes and
looks at the animal. Of course, on ap
plication, the unsuspecting farmer
shows the beast, and the fellow de
cides ihat it is not his. and then he
returns to his partner and describes
him minutely. Number two goes to
the farmer, and after proving by his
thorough description that the animal
is his, says he cannot take it away.
and offers to sell at a bargain. The
farmer buys, and in a few da3's tho
rightful owner comes along and claims
the animal, and of course the fanner
is out just so much.'
The Times and Mountaineer,
published at The Dalles, have consoli
dated, and will, hereafter, be issued
as the Times-Mountaineer, with Mr.
Michel, as editor. Tt will, doubtless,
be successful as "in union is strength."
The annual distribution of the
interest arising from the common
school fund for the state of Oregon as
made b' the state board of school
land commissioners, at Salem, last
edncsday, aggregates (.",214 school!
children, an increase in numbers ot
3,570" over the icturus of last year.
Clatsop county is credited with 0(1
childrou of school age, and gets
At tho close of the services at the
M. E. church last Sabbath a serie.-. of
very complimentary resolutions were
passed in reference to Hew John Par
sons, the retiring pastor of the church.
During his entiro pastorate this gen
tleman has served with energy and
untiring zeal, and the memory of lus
presence will ever be cherished by his
parishioners. He goes to conference
n?xt week and will there be given
another field of duty.
Carl Adler can furnish the latest
news. In uup.icking some San Fran
cisco goods yesterday afternooon he
came across a bundle of San Fran
cisco AUas of dates in the summer of
18(51. Tis singular to read these old
papers. One of July 20th, 1SG1, has
the "latest news by pony," and con
tains news of occurrences in St. Louis
eleven days before. Another, giving
election returns, sums up "Union
Democrats,' "Rreckenndge Demo
crats," and "Lincoln Men." Tis like
swinging back the pendulum of time a
generation, to read the old yellow files
that were of such pressing import
twenty-one years ago.
The achnlars. of Oracu (Kpivopal)
Chinch Sunday School will meet at the
church on Wednesday morning at nine
o'clock A' m, bringing their lunch bas
kets for the picnic
Parents and friends of the school run
-Mocha colfee, at A. M. JohusonV.
Astoria Ire Depot
Frank Fabro is now procured to ui-
iIy rainilies, restaurants, hotels saloons,
' ,;. ...-..,, ., ' ,.,: ;,.mi tho nnm.
ispa. Fresh ice cream every day. 11
parties ami dinners supplied with
.niii at hoil notice.
Card of Thank.
.Mr. and Mr. Otto Peterson wish to ,
r - cpra - their warmest thanks to the
fomvi n nanu.(l frk,,llls alll others.!
Ainquist. Elegance and Purity.
Sam OJson. August Xonlb-.-ig. , rj,., ff j,., ..pn-date eU-ane.- and
Xu"on.X?L?iSr': U,aAe' rtl- nni.y W .." Parker's Hair H,.1-
Martin Xoteon. Alfied Olson. NMchoh- sam. ft is the best article sold fr i u-
J (Miristianson. John Peterson F.nberg. P.;
J l.johnson, u. u. Hansen, swan n u-on,
August 1-or.sbcru. i.uuvig Agren. n. n
Anderson. Cha. .Strom. Knock Peterson,
(i. A. Nelson. JJ. IJorgeson. James jJnl
itv. rienrv Plath, August Palm, John
KIiaon. J. V. Olson, John Berggren.
IVooct for Sale.
cords of dr hemlock, which I will sell
1 llilt- illiiili t. uilliuiui iiiii mij
for ca-Ji at -S.7.i per eord. 1 will deliver
the wood to mv customers.
FurniHlitMl Kooiiih to I.ct
At Mrs. Munsoifs lodging house.
New, quick complete cure t days,
uriuari affections, .sinaiting, freciuent
or diflicult urination, kidney diseases.
cl. at druggists. Oregon Depot. DAVIS
t V(K rortiand, or.
The new J-'nipire store with the lincst
and best selected stock of dry goods and
ladies" shoes ever brought to AMoria,
will open in Johnson's new building,
about the middle of August, by Prael
Wanted to Kent.
House of live to sewn rooms, for fam
ily of two. For a suitable house a good
rent will be paid. Apply to this Office.
Hnn't Die in the II0ump.
Ask druggets for "Rough on Rats." It
clears out nils, mice, bedbugs, roaches,
vermin, thes, ants, insects. irc per bo.
To all who are suffering from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, nerv
ous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc, 1 will send a recipe that will
cure vou FREE OF CHAHOK. This
great remedy was discovered by a mis
sionary in South America. Send a self
addres'sed envelope to the I tew Joseimi
T. I xm am. .Station 1), New l'ork City.
Wells" Health Renewer. Absolute
cure for nervous debility nnd weakness
of the generative functions. SI, at drug
gists. Oregon Depot, DAVIS & CO,
A delicious odor iR imparled by
Floreslon Cologne, which is always
refreshing, no matter how freely used.
A sure cure for dyspepsia.
Oregon RLOOD PURIFIER.
before meals as directed.
lirace up the whole system with King
of the Hlood. Sec Advertisement.
Siui.ohs Crm: will immediately
relieve ("roup, whooping cough and
IJrouehUis. Sold by W.R. Dement.
In a healthy body is u healthy
spirit, lie health by cleansing your
blood with a few bottles of Pfnnder's
Oregon RIood Purifier, and thus puri
fy jour spirit.
-MlacfcniPtack. n lasting and fra-
rant perfume. Priced and 50 cents,
old bv W. R. Dement.
Are you made miserable b Indi
gestion, Constipation, Di7ziiiP.ss, Loss of
appetite, Yellow Skin V Sbiloh's Yitat
i.er is a positive cure. For sale by W.
Physicians prescriptions carefully
compounded day or night at J. .
Conn's drug More, opprsite Occident
Fresh talfv and caramels even day
at the Astoria Cindy Factory, Mam St.
Joitx P. I i.akx.
P. J. Goodman, on Chenamus ;treet,
has just received the latest nnd most
fashionable stle of gents and ladies
boots, shoes, etc. Agent in Astoria for
the famous Morrow .shoes.
What is nicer on a warm day than a
dish of that exquisitely llavored ice
cream that Frank Fabre makes?
Shipper & Rybke, No. 11. Oak .street
Portland, are Inchon ton tailors of the
J. G. Daidson, photographer. Port
laud, still retains the negatives taken at
Astoria last year, and will furnish dupli
cates from them on short notice. His
landscape views are much admired and
in large demand. dwlm
Use instead 01 unwholesome cos
metics, Glkxn's Sui.wiui: Soai
"Hii.i.'.s Hah: axiWhiski:i: Dvk,"
A Naal Injector free, with each
bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh. Remedy.
Price TiO cent. Sold by W, E. Dement.
Fabre's icecream is the best.
Fine cutlery at Carl Adler's.
Prcsh fiuit received at C. A. May's by
everv steamer. No stale trash. Every
varielvof Oregon and California fruit
ahvavs on hand.
Lessons given in Wax tuirt Paper
flowers taught in tho latest style. Ap
ply at the City P.ook store.
If von want nice fresh lard, or good
.sugar-cured hams, just from the coun
try go to F. B. Elberson's bakery.
For the genuine J. II. Cutter old
Bourbon, nnd tho best ot wines, liquors
and San Francisco beer, call at tho Gem
opiM)ite the bell tower, and see Camp
bell. Remember Frank Fabre's ice cream.
It Is par excellence.
It Never Fails.
If all other remedies have failed to
-afford relief there is one that will never
disappoint yon, and that one is Syrup of
Figs. The strong and the weak alike
find it powerful for good. Harmless, yet
, thorough, always giving strength to the
bowels. H) that regular habits may be
wnmil and tic
Hof tie .iitaius
frnicd :,ml t"C system restored to a
on. iach turn ill:ir
from twentv !( thirty
storing grav hair to irs oi igin d color.
beauty and lustie.
For chills, fever, ague and weaklier
Toxic Ixyiook.vtok. Coldrn': tnkc
niooUirr. Of druggists.
I 1l spun" nmt titt:ir ilisniiiwvir
.... .,.... ........... ..-1. f. .
hrom moutli ami tnetli. though tlaik
And all becomes fresh, pure and clear, I
If we but SOZODONT annly.
.11111 1.11 ,
That manic wash all now confess
Oivcs to the mouth new lovebnes.
Foi Dyspepsia ami Liver Complaint.
ou have a nrintetl guarantee on eery
bottle of biiilolfs Yitalizer. It never
fails to cure. Sold by W. K. I lenient.
Fresh ice cream every da at Frank
FabreV. Families supplied in an
(iiiaiititv b leaving order. AIm the
hiiPM oysteis cooked to order. J-rank
Fabres ovsters and iee cream are known !
everywhere as par excellence.
Have Wistar's bal.sam of wild cherry
alwaysat hand. Retires coughs., cohl
uroucuiiis, wuoopin cougu. croup, in
fluenza, consumption, jind all throat and - nieenlaml. Australia, who make herb cul
1 ting complaints. .'0 cents and;?l a hot- uin-a .specialty.. It docs not contain any
Why will you cough when Shi lolfs
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
10 cts rrfi et.s and Si. Sold by W. K. De
ment. No more good weight at the Orient
Daths. Three first-class barbers. All
work guaranteed. Childrens hair cut
ting a specialty. J. G. Uhaktkks.
Highest price aid for old web and
junk. Cinns. Evaxson.
lin 1 nquire of Foard it Stokes.
The Uev. Geo. H.Thayer. of Iiour
bon, Ind., sas:"Roth myself and wire
owe our lives toSniT.oif.s Coxsumitiox
Crm:.' Sfddby W. K. Dement.
--The "Always Randy tovepiie
slielves at John A. Montgomery's.
A. V. Allen,
M'lH.'r.sSOt; 10 I'AI.'K A? AI.LKX.)
Vluilcvtle:ui(I retail t-al.-rj lit
Glass and Plated Ware,
TKOl'IOAL AND DOMKSTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
The laiypst ami aiist ffniI-t' sIik i!
Uo.U hi their line !o tic found In the ci.
Corner of Cass and SqiiPiuocqlie Street.
Wilson & Fisher,
Iron, Steel, Coal.. Anchors. Chains,
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
wuorr.HT and err calvaiziid
Nails. Copper Nulls :ml lturr.s,
Shelf Hardware, Faints and Oils
Rubber and Hemp Packinq of nil Kinds.
ri.orrt and hi ix ffki.
Agents ror Salem t'ioaring Mill.-.
Corner Chenamus and Hamilton Streets
" r . -.,,-s. I eeiptof price. WcKnarantce six boxes to
15. F. STEVENS. . ?. r.I.OW N , cure :,nv m; With each order received by
.. my . as for si boxes, accompanied with live dol-
7J- JL jl. , jars, we will send the purchaser our written
I guarantee to return the money if the treat-
CD f"N " L O "T" f D I I ment chws not effect a cure. Guarantees is
D s- V- rX w I V- r C- - sued only by . E. Dement. dnigRist, As-
, toria, Oregon. Oiders b mall at regular
Where ou will Iind,all the standard worVs pricts.
.rTliAlnv nnl ; .niisinnllllli!tli'iliif i - - -
stock" of noveltirs and tancy
artirlis: we Keop ti:e
best assort ment of
Sheet Music, Bijou
terie, & Celluloid
Goods, etc., etc.
F. STEVENS & CO.
j'rtn rea1 AiKtrnllmi Remedy for
I1 ' u-w,v' IWIVI-
' Tootli:icali. Xcui:il:i,1SneIarIi
Si'i'.iticn. moitt. I.unibngo.
Spruius :mI Suelliiifrs.
1iii':ih :iiiI Senlds.
ltriiises.lle:il:iclie. FfostcI Feet
:mI I!:n. Sore 'I'll roat. PhIu
in (lie Che.st. KarAelie.
C(rns :iiiI Itiinloiio.
And all Uodily
This remmnrd Australian Kciueityisinatli
evcliishelj o( AiMr.iliau herbs, "ronn by
the Cvriiuiisnrtlienisewnod scrub district.
iNiisnuoiis ingrcilit'iit whatever, anil i Hit'
BEST PEEP ARATI0N
in the woilil for t lie above com plaints.
A Perfect Cure Iiiacanleel in Ev
It wrsts tint Go cents ner bottle, and it is
.simply fooliMuicvi for those who are sinter
ing pain not to use it.
Full Directions accompany each Bottle.
Solit livaM DniRKists and Tatent Tredichie
TltOF. .11. A. SCOTT Jk CO.,
Solo Proprietor A. .lamiractinNTH
in. ! .'.:: iiutl nr, Urlilue street. Bulla
rnt. Victoria. Australia.
Alli:i:i('i nr.roT - - Santa Clam. t'al.
IV. K. I)C3IET, Sole ARCnt for
G. A. STINSON & CO.,
At (.'apt. Kogers old Mand, comer of Cass
and Court Streets.
Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoeing.
Wayons made and repaired. (Jood work
A.AIODKKN r.ru.T IIOUSK 01? FIVE
Konnis. with Ut TM lv 150 feet. Bav
windows, etc. For further information and
lice inquire of C. YV.SIUVKLY.
L W. ( JASE,
l.Ml'OHTKi: ANTD U'llOLESALK AND 11 K
TAIL DKALEi: IN
''oilier t:iica;ttnu and Cass streets.
ASTflKIA - OREGON
n-i'rnrci: ''"'- caitaix nei: the
X Coasiuees or the l.ritMi hark Wolfe
will he responsible for any debts that may
he iiiitnicifd lv lite crew:.
Astoria, Oregon. August 7. lS$y. did
Equalization of Assessments.
"fcjeTici: is iii:i:i:i:y oivex that ox
y the last .Mom1:i in August. ISS2. the
lUianl if Equalization of Clatsop county
will attend at lheoflteetif the County Clerk
iu said county, and publicly examine the a-.ses-Mieiit
roll for the pi;rose of correctiiiK
all (-mus therein, in the ahiation. discrip
tlon or qiiahtv of lands, jots or other prop
ertv :attd it is ihedatx of all persons inter
ested to appear at said Hoard at that time
and place with their complaints or requests
if.iuv i!tcv haxc in that matter.
W. . l'AKKEK.
Clatsop Count . Omi.
Astoua. AupiM 7. Insj. um
tetici: is iir.itKr.v t;i vi:x that the
JLl pari ncrvhip heretofore e.istin between
Chas, Stevens ami 15. F. Stevens, of this Pity,
miller the linn name oi l lias, htevens xon.
is this ilav dissolved by mutual consent. All
oiitstaudmir liabilities are tu be settled by
the old tinn. to whom all Indebtedness
should be paid. CHAS. STEVENS.
15. IV STEVENS.
Astoria. Oregon. July :51st. lSSi
" Health is Wealth.
Dr. E. '. West's Nerve and Brain Treat
ment: a .specific for Hysteria. Dizziness,
Convulsions. Nervous Headache. Mental De-
nrcssion. Loss of Memory. Spermatorrhoea,
iinpoiciie. iuvouuuai.v r.niissioiis. j-reiua-tuiv
Old Aye. caused by over-exertion, self
abuse, or o cr-hitftilgciicc. which leads to
inNerv, decay and death. One box will euro
recent cases. Each bov contains one months
treatment. One dollar a bov. or six boxes
i for five dollars : sent bv mall prepaid on re-
f L. Jc. Xr Jt, JCC, XV, jks Jn
Hay, Oats, Straw.
' Lime, Brick, Cement and Sand
Wood Delivered to Order.
I Drnyiiig, Teaming and Express Business.
Horses ana Carriages for Hire.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CICARS.
C. H. COOPER, GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
I V I CTODr
1 ha removed to rhe
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS NEW BUILDING
And have, Without a
i The Finest aiii Best Arranged Store in Orep.
N'eu Goods Received
JU1 the Ziatest Styles and XTovaltlMi h
Call and Inspect Stock and Get Prices Whether You
Purchase or Not.
No trouble to show goods.
I C. H. COOPER,
ASTORIA, June 3, 1882.
REDUCTION OF WHOLESALE PRICES.
$7 50 PER BARREL OF 30 GALLONS.
ILAKCK OKDWtS IN IJKK I'llOrOKTION.
Less Quantities, - - - 30 Cents per Gallon
Bottled Beer, - - - S I SO per Dozen
avSpeclal attention paid to order from Public IIou?n and Famllles.M
IS SUl'EUIOit TO MOSn. AND IS EXCE1XED 11Y NONE ON THia COAirt
JOHN HAH1S, - - PROPRIETOR,
CHENAMUS STREET, - ASTORIA, OREGON.
JTOrders left at tho CKRMANIA RKEltJlLALL will be promptly attended toV
LOEB & CO,,
ACENTS FOP. THE
Best San Francisco Houses and
KS"VI1 goods sold at Snn Fnincisco 1'riccs.
OpiMibltc l';irker Houp. Astoria, Oregon.
Astoria to Liverpool Direct.
The fine Al Ship "Elwell" 1461
Is now receiving Cars:o, and having larjxe '
ciifpigenients will have quick dbpatch, to be j
followed by the
A I irH Barque .laale John- '
son" 997 tent Hcgister.
For I'relght etc., apply to
K ALFO 0B, GUTHRI E & CO.,
dtf Portland. Oregon I
Ha lug lately ret urned from British Colum
bia, is to be found at his
01.1) STAND IN OKAY'S BUILDINC
Whore he Is doing
FIRBT-CIiAKS WORK OXLY.
Meeting of Pilot Commissioners.
A MEETING OF THE BOABD OF Pilot
Commissioners for "Washington Terrtto
5, will ho held at llwaco, W. T.. on Thurs
ay, August 24th. 1382. By order of the Board.
H. C. COMEGYS, Sect'y
Kalama, W. T. August S, 15S2. alO 2t
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Make use nf the Vegetable Kingdom. Abw
BEST KNOWN REMEDY!
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N'cvr er ld CliUU,
Fever. Asue. UyipciMla. ete.
Kldner and Ktaddcr BImsmh.
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Has Stood the Test
For particulars and testimonials from well
.Known people in our State re&d locals and
I'rlee - si. per Settle.
To insure a cure take .six lota tor $3.00.
Your dniggNt fcreps and recommende It.
Ask Tor. tind seo that you get the genuine.
f 1H E AN NUAL MEETING OP THE Btock-
J. holders of the O.F.L.&B. Association
will be held at the hall of Beaver liOdgs No.
3o, immediately after Its session on Thursday
night, August 24th. for the election of offi
cers for the easulng year, and for the trans
action oi sucu otner Dimness as may eote
A. J. msgls:
XKOIRXBZO KAXCHSS. 1879.