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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1883)
The Z: Asiorism.
.7 AJJUAJIY 16,:1J"S3 '
-Weetaim has 392 lawyer.
- L4sal uemi on fourth paa
TImi Gwerl Miles wiH
-AgM uf lumber i roportad i
-0fcmbra rirer salmon is quitted ,
at3s in Liverpool, n shilling higher
iltMi ther brands.
TlMfre ia n'noonday prayer mett-
t tb M. E. church
-The wife of Geo. Glenn, near
talent, recently ijavo birth to a child
weighing twenty pounds.
Tka Salem Statesman say that
T MllAll lilt AtVtlll1 rim tnlftKAlf 111 I
. . , ., - . .
that paper for thirty-two yean. ;
-Tlie Xrtlnwst Kni's impreves: i
.! fr its Model, and promises well.
In viK the JTorthwest JYieic
some unpalatable yet wholesome nd
vk. the Sunday Wdcomr doe3 a ser
vice u the now paper.
A Portland contemporary speaks
of an individual, at present craving
notoriety, as a. ''sublime fool." T!ie
xdjsedve is rapertluous.
Tke boom in PortUnd property
:tll continues; Astoria it doing well
without any boom; that will come a
soon as we ars ready for it.
We are doing job printing work
for cannery won cheaper than can be
Joint eirmwhrtre, and guarantoc satis
fctm in all cases. Call and ?ee
styles nnd pnees. See adv.
The Ynquiua Post thinks they have
the worst mail ssrvicc in the United
State d an thuro. We litre none al
all, um some routes in this county; but
thca Undo Sam is making money; so
wfey should we, on these moist shores,
-Hemlock bark, fine aud in great
ijaanties, valuable for tanning leather,
js to bo had with littlo trouble, in thfs
vicinity. That is it would be were
the Astoria land grant removed. The
bark is hre, but the bite of the
craat holders ic here too.
-Not much doing m the way of
thotricals this winter. It would
seer, that tho last aggregation of tal
ent, wherein "blood"' (and thunder)
hounds s.nda jassax were the principal
performers, the effort to supply
Gill and Clinton are putting in
two rows of piles on the north aido
of Snuoinoqua street, from Hamilton
and Goneviovc, on which a sidewalk
will bo laid; the same will be done on
the south aide of tho street, and pil
ing will also be driven ou Genevieve
street to tho north .
Isaac Barman, of Portland, died
on the steamer State of California, at
sea, last Sunday. Deceased was a
well-known merchant of Portland, and
had a largo circle of frieuds and
acquaintances throughout the state.
His failing healthsome time ago caused
his removal to southern California, in
hope that a chaugo of climato would
be benoficial. Business affairs occa
Monod his return, and last Saturday
he started from San Francisco for his
home which he was destined noror
again to see.
San Francisco papers still refer to
the probable danger of that city from
a foroign fleot, and instance the
Columbia river as being likewise
"dofoncaless ." What? Are the
stars on our banner less brilliant
day than when in tho hour of
trial and gloom, the heroes
honor, they led to the fray
conquer for freedom or hallow
temb: or words to that effect. Perish
the thought. Here are those who on
sea and land have ovinced their valor,
and who, did occasion require, aro
able to use tho experience they
gained in rapelliug the foe.
Improved facilities of transporta
tion are aiding our PaciGc county
friends in tho work of development.
That portion of our sister territory
offers to the energetic nnd hard-working
man groat inducements. A few
mora roads aro needed, and will doubt
less be supplied as soon as possible.
There is no reason why Pacific county
should not double its population in
the next few years. It is rich in all
that makes a county great; has im
mense natural resources and i3 build
in? u several important industries.
Its prosperity is our prosperity, and
whatever helps Pacific count' resi
dents, indirectly helps us.
A young man wants rooms and
board for sell and wife, in a respectable
JpcaUtv. Address A.B.; this office.
The dedication of the new Presby
terian chtircli last Sunday was an
interesting cccaeion to a large number
of our citizens, not alone to tl:oai who
" belong t that congregation hut lifca
wiae to mREy of other denominations
who testified by their nrosonr-e the
.interest thev fait in tli matter. Tko
church r.x filled to overflowing
bih at, morning nd evning srricc.
Th dedicatory sermon wa prcuched
J, Vmv. S. T. Le-, of Port! tnd. Tha
Rov- S-nlluwnn took his text from
John 145 1: "Lfct m,t your heart be
troubled :yo believe in God, believe lo
:n me. iais discourse, rcnicn was
terse in diction and convincing in
1 effect was to the purport that through-
out the circling cycles of Junes
changing course, the sumo Eternal
Ruler guided us in our ehort period of
existence below, and that a trunt in a
beneficent Providence was a present
linln irH floili nnliAA il fliA fllo
that we are all likely to meet.
The trial of Win. Bannister, charged
with kidnapping was in progress
yestorday. During the day the jury
in the case of Win. Franklin, who had
been tried on the same charge sent
word that they couldn't agree and
asked to be discharged. Tkey had
been out ever since Friday night.
Tho judge directed that the jury be
brought into court, and asked them if
it w.-is impossible for them to agree,
the reply being in the affirmative his
honor made a fow remarks relative to
tho matter and discharged them. Tho
jury had stood nine to three for a
while, and at tho last stood ten for
conviction and two for acquittal.
The case of Bannister was given to
the jury at four o'clock; after a recess
ol fifteen minutes they brought in a
verdict of guilty. Court adjourned
till thiB morning when the trial of tho
rest i.f those charged with kidnapping
will be resumed.
Through a private letter the New
JVorihioest learns that there is a strong
probability of ex-Senator Mitchell's
being the successor of Secretary Tel
ler. "Can such things- be and over
come us like a summer cloud without
our special wonder."
The Portland Journal of Com
merce heads an article, "How to im
prove the Columbia bar," and gives
nothing but a brief resume of the tn
ginecrh' report. One way to aid in
the work is not to talk in a half-hearted
"wish-it-could-bo-done' stylo, but to
show its necessity and work for its
J. G. Megler aud wife, whilo on
their late tour, made an extonlvo
voyage. They visited the principal
European capitals, spending consider
able time in Paris aud London. Mr.
M. says our Astoria weather compares
favorably with that of London, whtr
for days together the impenetrable
fog renders all out-door work almost
The Oregon started down Sunday
afternoon and got out; the Euroka
tried it but couldn't get across; she
tried again yesterday, but was unsuc
cessful; tho Stato crossed in yesterday
and left up; the Alpha was outside
trying to get in when the tugs came
up at dusk; tho Jeanic Landlcs has
finished discharging and goes up
stream to-day; the Selene takes her
place to unload.
Last Friday the Astoria Gas
Friday the Astoria
completed their purchaso
of tho two lots from J, M. Shivcly,
on which will be erected tho com
pany's works. The rest of the mate
rial was sliiped on one of Simpson's
vessels from San Francisco last week;
the engineer is expected in a few
days to begin work. It is the inten
tion to have gas ready for illuminating
purposes by April 1st.
Said a very eloquent preacher,
"The hen ia a beautiful creature."
The hen -just for that laid two eggs
in his hat, and thus did tho Hen-re-
Ward J3eecher. And, by tho way,
in yesterday's mail came an announce
ment from an eastern lecturing firm
that the Plymouth pastor as coming
to this coast, and if wo could offer
sufficient inducements we could have
him lecture here. Bring him along;
Everyone will go; bring him and we'll
advertise tho lecture in fine atyle.
Any parties wishing to have graves
m tne cemetery cleared, can ue accom
nioaatea oy applying to
M. Coxley, City Sexton.
A medicine of real merit, prescribed
by many leading physicians, and uni
versal recommended by those who
have used it, aB a truo tonic, is
Brown's Iron Bitters.
Shipper & Rybke, No. 11, Oak street
Portland, are the bon ton tailors of tho
Children of "Woman Suuxagfats.
Roouesteb, JS". Y., November 29th.
John R. King, Esq. Dear Sib:
Mrs. J. Ellen Fotter forwards mo
your letter asking mo to grre tho
facta as to the children of the woman
suffrage women. I will bejji with
Lucretla Mort.5 dauuhters. 1 so n
fclizabeth Cadr Stanton snu. 2 daughtert.T
.Martha C. IVrfcht. 2 sons. 3 daujhtflrs ,1
Antoinette Brown Blacfctrell. -" daughters i
Lucy Stoic. 1 daughter. ........ 1
Harriet Rohhuon.s daughters ..., 3
Mary A. Lh'ermore.2 ilauKhtar . 2
Lillie I)? fioux. Make, 2 daughters -2
Matilda .losvlv Gaj: 1 son 3 daughter t
Helta . lAci v. ood. 2 daughters .2
Elizabeth Itovton Ilarbert.l boy 2 tfirls 3
Helen Ektu Starret . . Sorfl
Myra Bradwell, l boy 2 girl .. . .3
Frances D. Case, c bovs.2 girls.. . . ,S
Mrs. C. I. H. 'lcbo!s. i boi. 1 ulrl 4
Sirs. Olyiapla Brown. I nor, I cui... 2
And of all the pioneer women,
Susan B. Anthony is the only one who
nerer married. Of the earlier of tho
young speakers, Miss Phcobe Coztcns,
is the only one not married. Hence
you seo, sir, how utterly falso is tho
charge of the enemy, both to tho
motherhood and wifehood, of the
women that have been, and are to-day,
at the head of our movement.
Suhak B. Anthony.
To the above honorable, roll might
be added the name of Mrs. A. S.
Du ni way, who has a Urge family of
energetic boys who are demonstrations
of the fact that a woman can be an
earnest worker in the causa of pro
gress and yet fill what some claim to
be "her tru and only sphere."
A girl to do general housework. Ap
ply at N. .loHANsn.Va.
Ilaviu; ioid an interest In the builne-oto
J. C. Dement, 1 take this method ot inform
in; my friends aud those indebted to me
that I wish to collect all outstanding indebt
edness to i.quaro up all old accounts.
T. E. DEMENT.
Frank Fabre'w Oyster and Chop
Frank Fab re announces that he now
keeps his house open all night for the
accommodation of his patrons. Those
wishing to get a nice plate of Eastern or
ShnaTwatcr bay oysters cooked in any
stj-le, or an early breakfast before going
? board the boat, should call and .see
din. Fresh Eastern aud Shoal water
bay oysters received by every steamer.
.Ilothcre ! 3Iotlier.!! JlotlirrI!
1 An: you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering
and crying with the excruciating pain
of cutting teeth ? If so, go at once and
get a bottle of Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup, it will relieve the poor Htllv suf
ferer immediately depend upon it;
there is no mistake about it. There is
not a mother on earth who has ever
used it, who will not tell you at once
that it will regulate the bowels, and
give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases,
and pleasant to the taste, and is the pre
scription of one ol the oldest and nest
female physicians and nurses in the
United States. Sold everywhere 25
cents a bottle.
Hallo! Where arc you going? Why
to Frank Fabre's for a pan roast.
Shoal water bay eysters: fresh every
nay, at r rank sabre's.
P. J. Goodman, on Chenainus street.
lias just received the latest and most
fashionable style of gents and ladies
boots, shoes, etc Agent inSAstoria for
the famous Morrow shoes.
Avery complete assortment of blank
books, all sizes, styles aud prices at the
City book store
For the genuine J. II. Cutter old
Bourbon, and the best ol wines, liquors
and San Franeisco beer, call at the Gem
opposite tlte bell tower, and see Camp
bell. All the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with tlie choicest
perfumery, and toilet articles, etc- can
be bought at the lowest prices, at J. W.
Conn's drug store, opposite Occiden
Averill's mixed paints, tho best in
use. for sale at J. W. Conn.s drug store,
opposite Occident Hotel.
Shiloh's Vitalizcr is what you need
for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Diz
ziness and all symptoms of Dyspepsia.
Price 10 and 73 cents per bottle. Sold
bv W. F. Dement.
Have Wistar's balsam of wild cherry
always at hand. It cures coughs, colds,
bronchitis, Avhooping cough, croup, in
fluenza, consumption, and all throat and
lung complaints.. 50 cents andl a bot
tle That Hacking Cough can bs so
quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We
guaranteoit. Sold by W.E. Dement,
Will you suffer with Disnepsia and
Liver Complaint V Shiloh's vitalizcr is
fuarauteed to euro you. Sold by W. E.
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bron
chitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's
Cure. Sold by W. E. Dement.
For lame Back, Side or Chest use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster, Price 25 cents.
For sale by W. E. Dement
Sleepless Nights, made miserable
by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure Is
the remedy for yen. Sold by W. B. Do-
The only scientific Iron Medicine
that does not produce headache, &c,
but gives to tho system all tho benefit
of iron without its bad effects, is
Brown's Iron Bitters.
Shiloh's Cough and Consumption
Cure is sold by us on Guarantee. It
cures consumption. Sold by XT. E. De
Sheet music in all the latest varieties,
just received at Gustav Hansen's. Sonat
as, operas, waltzes and all the popular
music of the day in stock. If you want
music for the piano, organ, Tiolin, flute,
etc, you Trill find rrnat yon want at
An organ for rent at Carl Adler's.
Miss Clothier will soon be in Astoria, I
prepared to give lessens in Art needle;
work. Lace work, Kensington work i
Selling at Cat-t.
Mrs. A. Malcom is closing out heri
stock of winter millinery ami woolen
goods at cost.
!adeevrvday at .John V. Classen's j
Astoria Candy Factory. Crrain.'hneo-1
ite, French candy. UtTy. etc. j
At Frank Fabre's; in every
""re-di from the beds every day.
rim unrani and plane at Uuta.
Unnien. Cull and examine.
(.'atari h cured, health aud Mvect j
breath secured by Shilohb Catarrli 1 Jem- J
wlv. Priee iW cents. Masai Injector free.
For sale by W. F Dement
For fine Havana, nnd domestic t,i
5ars, such as the Commercial." lor
e Cuba Delicious." ami the celebrated
Calcutta" cigar, nail ar.I. K. Thomas
Physicians' prescriptions carefully
compounded day or night at .1. W.
Conn's drug store, opposito Occident
Have you tried a stew or pan roast
as Frank Fabrc cooks it ? Order or.o and
you'll thank us for the advici.
Carl Adler sells Pianos and Organs
on monthly payments of only Sin.no and
upwards. This enables nil those who
have a monthly income although small
to bur a first class instrument without
the sacrifice of a Miigle comfort of the
household. Musical instruments of all
Fancy soaps and nerfunier of all
kinds can be found at J. W. Conn's drug
store, opposite Occident hotel.
Columbia Rlvor .Export.
1 To Queciulmvn )r 11'. 11. Starbucl:
From Portlanil 40.000 bus wheat Sa,x)
" Astoria S,VM " " Ss.WJ
Totals C3.13C .C7,T0G
3 To Qiuenstown per Lord KinnairO.
From rortlanil 701 bbls flour.......?.13
tt To QueensU 7 ptr Gen. FmrchiUi.
From Portland 51.100 bus wheat- $."t.t!
Astoria 2U.KH " " 23,0-T
Total 73.031 S7S.219
9 Tto (jueauUiim per Wllna.
From Portland 13.st9bb!s Hour '- 71.770
" Astoria fiiu 31 in.'
301 bus wheat , 5,7-1
II To Livcrjwolpcr 1'cndrauon.
From Portland 12.325 bbls Hour .r.3.5
3.0S7 bus beat s.l.'u
- Aitoria 23.180 " " - SVJ95
12 To Liverpool ptr Eshdale.
From Portland Co 572 bus wheat..
' Astoria 5,02( " "
Buttke Extra fancy 70. 75 cent a roll.
DltlXD Fbutts. Ulackberries'c: Prunes
Cala. ll15c; Peeled Peaches 'lo&Xla
SUOAIU Cube, U; crushed, He: fino
crashed. He; extra powd. U)e; dry gram.
13jc: extra eran. lSUc. O. C. la'ic.
Egos. 40 cts ?. dox.
Oats. J 00 f2 23 per cwt.
Potatoes. $1 GO per cwt.
Flock. Superfine $3 -10; Extra $0 00!
Corn iloul V cwt. S3 50; Buckwheat v cwt
Fursh Mkats. Choice cat. La.tnb. 15c;
Beefl520: Pork 15; Mutton 12gH. By
the carcass lie.
Meats. Breakfast bncon ISc per tt;
aides 15317c; hams ls22c; ihouldore
1431Go ; smoked beef 15IGc: corned beef
$10312 "tt bbk: corned pork 12!-c&.
Ijaui. In tins end caddie? IS20c"rn-.
IIoxky. In frames 40c ; in glass 50c.
Mill Fkko. Bran 523 00 "? ton; chop
feed S33& ;. Shoiis $2i C03 ; Hay -
$23?. tonnniddliuES 310. Chop bailor. S37.r0
The receipts in San Francisco, of cer
tain articles of Oregon produce from
January 1st, ISC, to Deeenilnr :nst in
clusive, haVe been as follews:
Flour, qr sks . ... 173,7
Wheat. ctL.......................-.. .-. I2'.'i)
Oats, ctis .218,63 1
Salmon. bbN 22
hi bbls K
nkes ......... . 2?5
Apples, ripe, bxs 13,003
Butter, pkgs . .... 3Jl
Pork, bbls 2
Potatoes, sks . .1SI.3M
Hides. No .
Tallow, pkgs..... ......
Heel, canned, cs
Fruit, dried, pkgi .....
Leatner, pugs . ..
Lard, cs ..
Meal, sks ... .
Hops, bales . ..
Bran, sks ..... ..
Cheese, cs .... ...
Flax Seed, sks......
Canned goods, cs..
Corn, cthi .....
W. E. DEMENT & CO.
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON',
Carry in Stock,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET
Prescriptions carefully Compounded,
AT KN'APPA. OREGON'. SH UKAU Work
oxen and complete outfit for two logging
camps. Including 25C acres timber land in
scctfons2landT8X- Wesu SKld road
are already made Into the timber.
To any person wishing io engage In the
logging business, this Is the best chance on
the Columbia river for about 4.0M.00O feet of
No. 1 Firand Spruce, timber. Terms easy.
For particulars Inquire of
J. F. WARREN,
K Xaappa, Qr.
LOEB & CO.,
AI'KNTS FOR TITE
Gost San Francisco Houses and
t5 2mjI bl at San Frane!sc Price.
lV.tktr llouc. Astoria, OrcRon.
XMPOKTKK AND WHOLESALE Atf D K&
TAIL DEALEP. IX
'irner Cnertanius nnd Can streets.
No. 40 I2-Ply
CORK ANB liitAD LIKES,
A Full Stock Now on Hand.
HENRY DOYLE & CO...
.511 .Marker Street. San Francisco
Sole Agpnt.1 for the Pacific Coast.
Wilson & Fisher,
II EAT. KlVt IX
Iron. Steel, Coal, Anchors.. Chains,
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
WKOCGHT AM) fCT GALVANIZED
rVnlJ.s. ojj)or rsfnils aud litirrc,
Shelf Hardware, Paints and Oils
Rubber and Hemp Packinq of all Kinds.
FLOUR A?iV 3111,1. FEED.
A;eut fur Salem Floiirins Mills.
Corner Chcnannis and Hamilton Streets
Kinni-yS lluilditig, ojiposltc D. K. Warren's
Drugs and Chemicals.
A FIN'i: LINK OF
Toi et and Fancy Articles.
MBRY FOR SALE.
rflHE MOST COM ri.ETF.IA' FITTER Can
X nery on the Columbia Itiver Is lor sale.
With Boats and Machinery.
An abundant inp-.lj f FRESH WATER
Situated nt 1 1 angry Harbor, opposite Astoria.
For particular?, apply tr Allen & Lewis
rertlainl: J. Q. A. Iiowlby, Astoria, or J.
ei on tue premises.
Wo will pay tlie above reward tor an v case
of hirer Complaint. Dyspepsia. Sick Head
ache, ualizolion. Constipation or Costlve-
ne3 we caniioi euro witn est s vesetaDie
Liter Fills, when tho directions are strictly
complied with. They are purely Vegetable,
and nerer fail to give satisfaction. Sugar
coated. I-arge boxes, containing .to Fills. 25
cents. For sale bv all Druggists. Keware of
counterfeits aud imitations. The genuine
manufactured onlvbyJonxC. "West & Co.
The Fill Maker' island ISt W.Madison
St.. Chicago. Freo trial package sent by
mail prepaid on receipt of a 3 ceat stamp,
W E. Denteat. agent.
IE SCHOOL TAXES FOR SCHOOL
District No. 9 are now due and payable
iiv ofllce. in The Flshennan'.s P-ickintr
Company's building. Thee taxes become
delinquent thirty days from date.
Upper Astoria, Jan. 3, 1S33.
rilHE 2ND AND 3KI) FLOORS, 2ND FIX
X islied in rooms : 3rd all la one, 48 x CO
feet, unfinished. Also a space of ground
piled and capped, about 22 x 45 feet, front
ing on Oluey street. Lease given to respon
sible parties for years. Location most desir
able for a Restaurant and Lodgiug Ilouse.
For further particulars Inquire of
BAKTII & MEYERS.
i HAIR BAX&&EL
vfSy. r J1111 dressing
yfcy"!' :b. F'cfcucd by those
s, on sc- f
-$ and purity.
! ' - t"jt :i-e Lcnciicial
? t!-c strain aivl rr?Tr
Hestarei toe Youl!'el Cs'c to C.-sy or Failed KsFr
Frker's llx E.-Jins is Syp rfsd and is
wrnrted op v t i"tn; of t .clulr andto ic
m. ve dn!rU . ciuh -.. Hrcos & Co . N.Y.
: A Snpcf laiivs Health and SirEsgUi Restsrcr.
, If you are a n-ccLinic or Cmu:r, irom oulvrith
rwnrotfc. era mother tt:n dotm Ly fair.ify orhouss
I 1.-JJ duties try Palkx 's Gr'GER Tckic.
If voaasaLtrer. -.initer orbastnsmanes
1. suited by ia:ntal strain o-.iitxiot ares, do not take I
intPx5catingsuniJ:anl$,Iji::utc Parker's G hi gcrToniq i
Ifvoubave Const:r.irt.'-n, Dj-spejisia, Kheuisa
fm, Utdncy ConiiLii:iti, orsnydisorderofUielunss,
ftBach.lKels b!ocdcri:erves.PAi!KCR's Ginger
!xd the Eut and Surest Cocgh Cure Evsr JJjeiJ.
If j-nt are xrastinff a.vay from age, dissipation or
any rswwcaLncssandrequue astimubnttait
(;:s-:F': "loiCCtcr.v.e; it wSl invigorate rndbuili
yr 1 tip fiom the fi-st dose but v.ifl never Into.iats.
It has savcal hundreds of lives; it may save ycaxs.
CAITIO:. ! Hrfair nil rekrtitot!. Yxsin't Gbzr Tosb b
v-. ;f-;iif- rantntef ciifrralssi. Sn.lf rrirrulartc
I cc -. vr s t;::o etyivc pou-vu size.
Its'- n 3 d latnt; frsrancs has mode tl'.is
dc'iht: J jriurre cxccedi.ig!y poptdar. There
innnlliin? like it. Inrts: nocn havinjj Flokss
70:; CcLoc;:Escdlook for stiatcre cf
ra rrtrr Loi'J-t. Ary i -azzl t or di!r ia prfcmtjr
!. .", .N 1 I NC ZZc. S17Z.
BEFORE -AND -AFT
ZltAz Ln'M m s:;t cs 33 2573 Tdsl,
WHO arc snlTerlns from Keht0C3 Deeil
rnr, Isr Vitalitt, I.cc oi Nlevk
FoncBASO Viaon, VisrtxoV.EAKmHEs.ana
clt thoso dLvase-i of a 1'ersos a. Nature ro
KUltlng from Abcsrs ami Other Causes.
Spootj" rotlef nnd complete restoration of
Health. Vioonnnii JIaxhood Gin.vxTrEr.
TI10 grandest discovery of tho Nlneteentk
Century. S-nd at onco for Illustrated l"ain
VOLTAIC BELT C.. MARSHALL, MICH.
A Common-sense Remedy.
No more Rheumatism,
Cout or Keuralgia.
immediate Relief Warranted.
Permanent Cure Guaranteed.
Flct, years established and never knomi In
fail inn single ease, acute or ehror.ie. Ttrfrr
to all prominent physicians rrrnl dmg'jitU for
the olanilinu of Salicylica.
THE ONLY DISSOLVE!! Of THE
POISONOUS U1IIC ACID WHICH
EXISTS IS THE BLciOD OF RHEU
MATIU AND GOUTY PATIENTS.
SAL! CY LIC A is known as a common
sense remedy, because It strikes directly at
the cause of Itheumatbm, Cout and Neural
gia, while so many so-called specifics and
supposed panaceas onlv treat locally the
It has been conceded by eminent scientists
that outward applications, such as rubbing
with oils, ointments, liniments, andsQothing
lotions will not eradicate these diseases
which are the result of the poisoning of the
blood with Uric Acid
SALICYLICA works with marvelous
efleet on this aeid and so removes tlie disor
der. U is now exclusively used by all cele
brated plivMoians of America and Europe.
IliRhr st Medical Academy of Paris reports
35 per cent cures in tlneedas.
that SALICYLIC Is a certain cure for
Rheumatism. Coutand Neuralgia.
The most intense pains are subdued almost
Give i a trial. Ilelief guaranteed or mon
Thousands of testimonials sent ou applica
tion. SlaBox. 6 Boxes for S5.
Sent free by mail on receipt of money.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT.
But do not be deluded into taking imitation';
or substitutes, or something recommended
as just as good!" Insist on the genuine
with the name or Washburne & Co..
on each box which is guaranteed chemically
pure under our signature, an indisiMMisabl'u
requisite to insure success in the treatment.
Take no other, or send to us.
Washburne & Co., Proprietors.
2S7 Broadway, cor. Rendu SL. NEW YORK.
J. R. D. GKRAY.
Wholesale aud retail dealer in.
ALL KTXnS OF FEED,
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
General storage and Wharfage on reason
able terms. Foot of Benton streot. Astoria
AH Work Warranted.
Till further arransemcnls, can be
found at the new Odd Fellows Duililiiuj.
JAS. AV. UUIDOCIi.
ON ACCOUNT OF DEPAirTCRE FROM
the Slate, one lot. In a very desirable
locality In this city, rrlce. S325.
Applv to E. C. IIOLDEN,
lit " Eal Estate Agent.
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Stock Taking Sale!
Dry Goods Clothing House
Previous to our annual inventory of stock on Feb. ist,
we will make a large reduction in all departments.
Fine Dress Goods Seduced
Fine Silks and Safins Refiueeit
fine Plushes ani Velvets
Comforters, Bed Spreads,
Fine Table Xinen,
Overcoais and Ulsters Reduced!
Fine Dress Suits Reduced!
UNDERWEAR, TIES, CLOVES, ETC., i&SliCEB.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
irine Furniture, Carpets, Mirrors Uphols
tery, Wall Pockets, Brackets.
Bzsks? GitommSji Safes, Qlmmbs? mm
Ladies are invited. to call and see latest
styles in Plush and Velvet. Beautiful
TAILOR AND CLOTHIEE,
lias Just opened a large addition to his stock of
Men's and Boy's Suits. Overcoats. Hats and Caps.
Furnishing Goods and Cloths.
Also a full Hue of
Rubber Coats and Leggings, Umbrellas. Trunks. Satchels.
Special attention directed to
Hosiery, Underwear, and fine Neckwear, Gent's Dressing j
Gowns, Celluloid Fronts, Collars and Cuffs.
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New Goods !
fine Cashmere anil Ariires
White and Colored Shirts Reduced !
Business Suits Reduced!
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