The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883, June 08, 1883, Image 4

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,-ASTORIA, OREGON:
FRIDAY "...
..JUKE S, 1883
GOMMERCEMD TRADE.
' . PORT OF ASTORIA.
ARRIVALS PRO SKA.
SUU t C&Ufer&l. u 20 Debser. 8 F Jnns'
yXXMLS IITTUBTtirxR.
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OUMbnttk, An p
Highland Light, Am. ip
nrsie&,Xnsh
Reaper, Am sp
?DUftt;AaB:p. -
western Eelle. Am sp
Mer.Asi ss
perUl,A& sp
c. Br tk VJ.",
&U6rV3L;
JEu T. CrewcU.
AM. J
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rSSLS tt THE WAY.
o
freak Cerefcu Pert, for the
(feluabla River
CfcMet.Br fcfc Urrjo&l Much 9
Fiacr CrMt, Br ip Sldaey fc
GlwWrie, Sr fek Lirecpool Dec 27 r
tUR7 Biler. Br bk Bubdo Ayrei
Ieferrea. Br H 1091 Greenock. June 2
Kxdw&a, Br sp London April 7
Xdru. Br ttr SoBgko&s
X&ttatfeh-B, r tpGlugow Mirch 2
8eUish Tr. Br bt Urerpool.UArob l s
Shealr. Br bk NwcUe
Victoria. BrwJleackeor
WtetCMkire. Br bk Bretaen March 18
,
. r Xxwm Aaerleaa PortM.
' b&-iriMlr. Am bk N Y March 15
OUr SrSouthard. Am eh, Phil. Feb 12
B44tMt. Am p N Y March 12
S. Ld. p New York March U
TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA
From tables ot United States Coast Survey
ULch Water.
Low Water.
Date. x. v. r. v.
A.M.
p. y.
Vt
- Gehuabia. River .Export. -
SHIPMENTS FOKKIOX.
XECAMTOT.ATIOX JA20JAHY W.
2SH.8TS bus. wheat S 30GPtlO
S"bMs8our...... ......... 27,17t$
Total, 8 cargoes.. .
S .VK.4SG
RBOAPJTUUl.TIOX'FKBRrAKV.
Wfceatnei:Q6 bos., value;
fcFltrar,2S,4a0bbls., ..
IS 179.19?
. 144,493
Total. 5 cargoes .. S 323.S)i
KSCAriTULATION', MAltCII.
"Wheat U97.524 bushels).
216,750
$344,107
13,030
6JPO0
riouri.us.i4i DDK......
balraon (aeofl cases)
Laaber (CW M )
aUKTQL4 carjj5)..
SSW),"ll
HKCAPITULATIOX AIUtlL.
Flour. 24.630 bbls HlSlS5ZT4
Lurabrr, 375 M..,. ... 4(5,000
Trt4,3efles .. : ..1SD.5M
MAV.
S-lCb Xtreijpee! per Sarawic.
From rottlandY942;us t!eaf ..f...Sr.9.o!W
. . 3,jz5"bbls flour 17.1
lesnidse 21
- -T- TW - TJZZZ.
Total .... S77.002
Domestic Hrports.
The receipts of certain articles of Or
rytm produce, nt.S&n Francisco, irom
Jkrimj 1st,' 186S;,to May Otli, inclu
sive, have been as follews:
Flour, qr sks...-
Wheat. cUs
Oats, ctls.
Salmon, bbls.
hf bbls
1G1.0GI-
21.239
33.006
378
161
5215
35
PTCO
89
23.440
34119
16.531
6T0
9
PKES
Apples, Klie. bxs...
BaUcr. pkrs ... ....
Potatoes. sks....
Woal, balcsM ..
Hles. No.
Tallow. nlcRs
Beet, bbtei.
Hay tmWi
OuickKUrS, Baskir.!
Fruit. Dried, pkgs..
Leather, j)krx.
-Hepi,u0cs
liaBM, pkgs .
Cheese, cs.
Flaxseed, sks.
633
003
451
4
14
1,370
Corn.cus..
H
Caaned Goods, cs...
Lard, pkgs
612
9
2 12 3 52! 3 51 9 15
9 2 55 4 28 10 2u 10 07
10 3 46 5 04 1 10 57 11 to
11 4 40 5 45 11 32 11 5C
12 5 41 6 31 - - 0 1C
13;. 6 46. 7 22 ... 0 65 1 OS
14 7 67 6 131 1 56 1 58
15 9 03 8 571 2 58 .- 2 49
16 10 02 ft 43 3 57 3 3G
17 10 55. 10 251 4 46 4 21
Common Council.
Ksfndaraaetlncs second and fourth Tuea
arvreRiBcs of each month, at Vi o'clock
aVFeneas desiring to have matters acted
lmby the Council, at any regular meeting
Mt preeent tho same to tbo Auditor ana
- Oterk e or before tho Friday evening prior
-ib& b-T5e4'n which tho Council holds its
jyE...ietec.metiag.. TII0S.S. JEWrlT.
Auditor and Clerk.
&BtortaliOd6:e No. 40. L O. G.I.
Kelar Meet hip every Tuesday livening
at7e,eIock. at Pythian Hall, Aftoria. Metn
Wm f tins Order, in cood Ftandine. are invit.
tri1tend. Degree mcetinclst Monday if
eaehlaOBth. By order W.C.T.
Temple Lodge, Wo. 7A.P.A.M.
1 Kecalar Communications first
taiva Tacsdar! in each month, at
"sJ?X
'etoek. r- v., at the Hall in Astoria.
X sabers ertae Order, in pood sU
lav! to attead. Rr erde: of the
aro
W. M.
American Logion of Honor,
ttecular nieeUngot AstoriaCouncil No. 'JX,
kltelC en Utet first and third Saturday of
each Month, at 7 o'clock i. ai.
By order of Council Commander.
1L V Moxteith. Sec'tv.
if f' .XKtecrf Ajjlleatlea to Purchase
' Timber LandN.
LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, W. T,.
April 9th, 18S3.
Notice Is hereby given (hat in compliance
TrKhtfceprovfckms of the Act of Congress
awrorcd Juue 3, 1878, entitled "An act for
tbesaleof limber Lands in the States of
California, Oregon, Nevada, and In Wash
clafftM j erriton-," John Anderson, of Pacific
"enty. Wash.'Ter. has Uils day filed In tills
IQco Ms r.pplicaUon to purchase the North
East Kn Action 20, Township 10 North or
nanjtrX West, of the Willamette Meridian.
TrsUaony in the above CLse will be taken
before the Clerk ef the District Court, al
OystervUle, Wash Ter.. on Monday, the
' lMay if June, 18S3.
Any and all persons having adverse claims
to die above described lands, or any portion
tbereaT, Are hereby required to file their
'ctataHta this ofince within sixty (CO. dav.s
fro-milate hrreop.
FRED. W. SPARLING,
1 U M Register.
Nstice.
' Mi4s will bo received until Monday
oei, Jatie 38Ui, at the office of the City
A4iter ami Clerk for fencing all or a
Mrtkm of the city cemetery on Clatsop
ftelits. Bids must state kind of fence
fe4 on, and cost per foot
Ab4 ust include cost of making a
fec rod eight feet wide on each side
tf tiie fence.
i. ; larUer particulars inquire of the
JJt? ewMilUec
Tke cowmlttce reserves tlte right to re
ject any or all bids. -
CLTRENCHAItD,
tn "X S A.-F. JOHNS, .
iPSlil L.W.OASE,
& wJL Ceoimktee on-Public Property.
-HANSEN 3K0S.
MA YE HE MO TED I
' ""Frttir-lketr W quarters io their
UiCTpYKlAK KINNEY'S CAN
Failing!
That is what a great
many people are doing.
They don't know just what
" is tne matter, but they have
a comDinanon 01 pains and
aches, and each month they
grow worse.
The only sure remedy
yet found is Brown's Iron
Bitters, and this by raplcl
and thorough assimilation
with the blood purifies and
nriches it, and "rich, strong
B18bcl flowing to every part
of the system repairs the
wasted tissues, drives out
diseasCjand gives health and
strength.
This is why Brown's
Iron Bitters will cure
kidney and liver diseases,
Consumption, rheumatism,
neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala
ria, intermittent fevers, &c.
Mr. Simon Hlanchard, a well
known citizen of Hayesville. Meade
coamy.Kciituclr .says: "My wife
lad been sick for a long time, and
her constitution was all broken
down and she was unable to work.
She was ad v ised to nc Drou n's I ron
Ititteis, and found it to work like a
chain. Wc would not non I'euitl.
out it for any censider: t -
consider it tiie Lett torn, i i .
world'
Brown's Iron Bitters
is not n drink and does not
contain whiskey. It is the
only preparation of Iron
that causes no injurious i
fects. Get the gtr.: ::
Don't be imposed o'
imitations.
Notice of Application to Purchase
Timber Lands.
LAND OFFICE, AT VANCOUVKK, W.T.,
May 15th, 1SS3.
Notice is hereby given that ia compliance
Willi the provisions of the act of Congress,
approved .June 3, lf78, entitled "An act for
tliesale of timber lands in the States of Cali
fornia. Oregon, Nevada, and In -Washington
Territory," John E. Furry, of Multnomah
county, Oregon, has this dav filed in this of
fice his application to purchase the south
west of Section 22. Township 9, noith, or
lbuige 5 west of the Will.imctte Meridian.
Testimony In the- nbne case will be taken
before the Register and Receiver, at Van
couver. Wash. Ter. on Mondav, the 30th
day of July. 1883.
Any :md all persons having adverse
claims to the above described lands, or any
IKirtion thereof, are herebv required to file
their -claims in this office within .sixty (GO)
days frtin date hereof.
FRED. W. SPARLING,
Register.
Notice of Application to Purchase
Timber Lands.
LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER. '.T..
May 15. 1R83.
- Notice is hcieby given that in compliance
with the prolions of the Act of Congress
approved Junes, 1878, entltie"Anact for the
s:ile of timber lands in the states of Cali
fornia, Oregon, Nevada, and in Washington
Territory." Hazel I-ath:im. of Multnomah
County, Oregon, lias this day filed in this
ofilce his application to purchase the south
east i of .section is. township 9 north, of
rouge i wesi oi me niamene lcnauin.
Testimony in the above case will be taken
before the Register and Receiver at Vancou
ver, Wash. Ten, on Satiirdav, the 28th dav of
July. 1883.
Any and all persons having a Uerse claims
to the :tboe described lands, or anv portion
thereof, are herebv reoulred to file their
claims in tills office within sixty (oo)days
from date hereof.
FRED. W. SPARLING,
Register.
Notice of Application to Purchase
Timber Lands.
LS.ND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER. W T.,
I My 1.1, 1883.
Notice is hereby ghen that in compliance
with the provisions of the Act of Congress
approved June 3, 1878. entitled "An act for
the stile of timber lands In the states of Cali
fornia, uregon, Nevada, and in Washington
Territory." Robert Craj ton, of Multnomah
County. Oregon, has this day filed in tills
office his application to purchase tiie south
west 4 of section 10. township 9 north, of
range .1 west of the Willamette Meridian.
Testimony in the above case will be taken
bi-fore the Register and Receiver at Vancou
a er, wash. Ten, on Saturday, the 28th day of
July, 1863.
Any and all persons having adverse claims
to the above described lands, or anv portion
thereof, are hereby required to file their
claims in tliLs office within sixty ICO) days
iriuii uaie iiereui.
FRED. V. SPARLING.
Register.
Notice of Application to Purchase
Timber Lands.
LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, W. T
Jklay 154883.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
withiherovislons of the Act of Congress
approved June 3, 1878. entitled "an act for
the sale of Umber lands in the states of Cali
fornia, Oregon, Nevada, and In Washington
Territory." Gustav Kopplin. of Multnomah
Comity, Oregon, has this day filed in this
office his application to purchase the north
east of section is. township 9 north, of
range a west of the Willamette Meridian.
Testimony in Uie above case will lie takeh
before the Register and Receiver at Vancou
ver, Wash. Ter., on Monday, the soth day of
July, 1883.
Any and all persons having adverse claims
to the above described lands, or any portion
thereof, are herebv required to file their
claims in this office within sixty (CO) days
from date hereof.
FRED. W. SPARLING,
Register.
Notice of Application to Purchase
Timber Lands.
LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, W. T..
-Mav 13. 18S2.
Notice is herebv given that In compliance
with the provisions of the Act of Congress
annroved June 3. 1878. entitled '-An act for
rhe sale of timber lands in the slates of Cali
fornia, Oregon. Nevada, and In Washington
Territory." Mnthias C. A ten. of Multnomah
County, Oregon, has tills day filed in this
office his application to purchase the cast J-J
of northwest li. and lots l and 2 of section 18,
township 9 north, oi range s west oi tne w u
lauiette Meridian.
TesUmony in tne above case will bo taken
before the Register and Receiver at Vancou
ver, Wash. Ter., on Monday, the 30th day of
JlllV. 1883.
Any and all psrsons having adverse claims
to the above described lands or any portion
thereof, are hereby required to file their
claims in tills office within .sixty (Co) days
from date hereof.
FRED. V. SPARLING.
Register.
ASTORIA
Brewery Beer Saloon.
The Best Beer 5 cts a Glass.
Hot' Lunch -every' lay from 10 to 12 A. M
The beat of .Liquors and Cigars on hand.
A deservedly popular place of social resort.
GEO. HILLER.
For Jame Back, Side or Chestiaiise
Shiloh's Porous Plaster, Price at ceats.
For sale by W. E. Dement.
The Baltimore"&tm has this in in in
formateon: When General Butler
was last here ho expressed the
hope that Harvard College would
decline to confer tha degreo of
LL. D. upon him. He said it
would be worth from 10,000 to
15,000 votes. From what he'Baid
his friends. here have no doubt that
he intends to run again forgovernor
of Massachusetts. He said ho had no
doubt whatever of re-election. If
re-elected, he has cletdrmiued to
contest for the Ddniocratic nomi
nation for the--presidency, and it
is entirely understood among his
friends that he-is to have the sup
port of John Kelly as against
every one else. General Butler
has no fears, or says he has none,
that he will not receive the solid
Democratic vote of the " south in
the event of his nomination, and
calculates that his strength with
the laboring men will give him the
vote of several northern states
which with any other candidate
could not possibly enter into
Democratic calculations.
The results of stripping a coun
try of its trees have been exempli
fied in the French Alps, where the
forests were ruthlessly destroyed.
Good arable land in the valley is
being inundated with sand and
gravel, as the torrents sweep'down
the slopes unhindered, carrying
great quantities of detritus and
cutting great gullies and ravines
into the softer soil formations
The farmers are forced to dam tip
the smaller streams in numerous
places in order to compel the wa
ters to drop their sediment in their
channels instead of upon the valu
able soil. Tfiefdfly of destroying
the forests is aSTast fully appreci
ated, and noTf?1 the farmers are
planting the oare mountain sides
with new treejsft
A CnriSfem Speaks.
When anything worth saying is
spoken in tha&iterse and pointed
way that bearijroe impress of hon
est convictioRpwe like to have
people knowXtne nature of the
communicatiotl Of such a nature
is the following from Mr. W. F.
Haist, Gamp&gn P. O., Lincoln
Co., Ontario.' -, Mr. Haist says:
With great jovjOver my restored
health, I wounnwrite a few lines
concerning tnSwonderful reme
dy, St Jacobs?Oil. For the last
sir years I havB been using vari
ous medicinihternally and ex
ternally, but iroftiing would hlp
me. FinallyJl$rocured a bottle
of St. Jacobsxftu which curffd me
after a fewfcroplications. My
mother-in-lafjvftio has also been
a great suffefeiSfrom rheumatism,
was also instjflKly relieved by the
use of the GffearGerman Remedy.
St. Jacobs OiV'IS'a great blessing
to suffering JiVrnftmity, and I shall
Ldo all in my flower to spread its
merits.
NOTICE' OF .CHIEF OF POLICE.
Notice is heriilven that by virtue
of a warranfrlseued by the auditor and
clerk of tlujiucHy-of Astoria in Clatsop
county, state otOregou, on the iGth day
of Mayv3d,rid commanding me to
levy inJw;an4r3eJl as by law provided,
lot nuB&cr&A 3 in block numbered 117
in thatwortkra of the city of Astoria as
laid outKkvVrccorded by JohnM..Shive-
ly, to 9Mhry,tan assessment of eighty
six 50-lpp., dollars as declared and as
sess4'daonaidlot3 by ordinance No.
.108 of hI city for the Improvement (if
inaL .porviTO or .euar street in sam euy
betVttinj3t .cast side of Salmon street
anq:iaq;ifev.enu oi ueaar street as pr
viw WtKrected by ordinance No..j04
ofistfcfj&vl. have levied upon ta'ul lot
3aTwfpirproceed to sell the same at
THiblfc WiDon to the hichest bidder for
cmitlBfiflid at the court house door of
sftiu-uiaxsop county wnicn court house
Vs in said city, on the 23d day of June,
i&i.!, at the hour often o'cleck: a.m. of
said day to satisfy said sum of SS&50
and costs oLsale. The name or the
owner of said lot as designated bV said
ordinance No. SOTIs G. W. Hume.
C. W. LOUGHEUY,
Chief of Police of said city of Astoria.
NOTICE OF CHIEF OF POLICE.
Notice is liereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the auditor and
clerk of the city of Astoria, Clatsop
county, state of Oregon, on tiie lGth day
of May. 1883. and to me directed com-
Lmandlng me to levy-upon and sell as by
law provided, lot .numbered 3 in block
numbered 113 in that portion of said city
of Astoria as laid out and recorded by
John pf. Shively, to satisfy ai assess
ment of Thirty-four 75-100 dollars as de
clared and assessed upon said lot 3 bv
ordinance .C08 of said city for the im-
Erovement and repair of that portion of
edar street in said city between the
east side of Salmon street and the west
end of Cedar street as provided and di
rected by ordinance 504 of said city, 1
have levied upon, said lot 3 and snail
proceed to selrthe same at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash in
hand at the court house door of said
county of Clatsop, which court house is,
in said city, on the 23d day of June
1883, at the hour of ten o'clock in the
forenoon of said day, to satisfy said sum
of 89.50 and costs of sale. The owner
of said lot as designated by said ordi
nance No, 508 is School District No. 8.
U. W. LOUGHKKY.
Chief of Police of said city of Astoria.
Notice or Application to Purchase
Timber IanriB.
LAND OFFICE AT VANCOU VER, W. T.
May 15th, 1883.
Notice Is Jiereby.ciyen that hi compliance
with the provisions el the Act ot Congress
approved June 3, 1878", entitled "An act for
tne sale of timber lands In the states ot Cali
fornia. Oregon, Nevada, and in Washington
Territory, "Henry Jlenser, of Multnomah
County, Oregon, nas this day filed in this
o&lcehls application' to purchase the east Yx
of northwest X and west X of northeast Hot
section 22, township s north, of-range 5 west
of the Willamette Meridian.
Testimony In the, above case will be taken
before the Register and Receiver at Vancou
ver, Wash. Ten, on Monday, the 30th day of
July, 188X
Any and all persoas havteg' adverse claims
to the above described laads, or any portion
-thereof, are hereby '"required to tile their
claims in this office within sixty (SO) davs
from date hereof, .
FRHD. W. SPARLING,
Reffetsr.
bbbLlhBHIbw
BBBPSTCSfrafmjSr
Vitalize! and Enriches the Blood, ...met
up tho System, Slnkca the MVuk
Strong, Builds up tho Urokcn-
dovm. Invigorates tho
Brain, and
-CURES
Dyspepsia, Nervous Affections, Gsn
"'eTal-Dsbility, Kenralgia, Fever
and Aga: Paralysis, Chronic
Diarrhoea, Boils, I)ropsy,
Humors, Female Com
plaints, Liver Com
plaint, Eemittent
Fever, and
ILL DISEASES ORiGINATiKG CI A BAD STAT!
OF THE BLOOD, OR ACCOMPANIED BY
DEBILITY 03 A LOW STATE
OF THE SYSTEM.
PERUVIAN
SuppLfcs the btocd with its Vital Principle, o
Llfo Jllcincnt, ntOX, :afi2 strength
Vigor and Xpw I.lft L.ta x It rirt cf i' e i tn
8E1NG FRE FROM ALCOHOI .ic ct-
-ng cSccts -ue te: followed by cfTcs;l:.. icic
i"a, bat arc permanent.
SETH V.'. ITAVLE : SONS, Vrjtimtors, I
iimioa tlvcaue. B!cc Scli bv I -jcbts
Notice or Application to Purchaso
Timber Lands.
LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, W. T.,
May 10. 1883.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
With the provisions of this Act oi Congress
approved June 31878, entitled "An act lor
the -sale of timber lands In the states of Cali
fornia, Oregon, Nevada, and in Washington
Territory," Henry Obner, of Multnomah
County, Oregon, has this dayfilfd in this
oEce his application to purchase the east '4
of southwest H and lots 3 and 4 of section is.
township 9 notrh, of range 5 w est of the Wil
lamette .ueriuian.
Testimony in the above case will be taken
before the register and Receiver at Vancou
ver. Wash. Ter.. on Saturday, the 23th dav id
July, 1S83.
Any ana ait persons navmg au verse claims
to the above described lands, or any jwrtion
thereof, are hereby required to file their
claims In this office within sixt (CO) daws
from date hereof.
FRED. W. SPARLING,
Register.
Notice of Application to Purchase
Timber Lands.
LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, W.T.,
May 15. 1883.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the Act of Congress
approved June 3, 1878. entitled "An act for
the sale of timber lands in the states of Cali
fornia. Orccon. Nevada, and in Washington
Territory." Richard Spencer, of Multnomah
county, uregon, nas tins uay uieu m tuts
office Ills application to purchase the north
east U of section 10. township 9 north, of
range o west of the Willamette .Meridian.
Testimony In the above case will be taken
before the Register and Eccclverat Vancou
ver. Wash. Ter.. on Saturday the 2Sth da
of.luly.ltB3.
Any auu au persons navmg adverse claims
to the above described lands, or anv imrtlmi
"thereof, are hereby required to file their
claims in mis omce witiiiu sixty oJ uays
rrom aate nereoi.
FRED. W. SPARLING,
Rcglste
NOTICE OF CHIEF OF POLICE.
Notice is hereby civen that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the Auditor and
Clerk of the city of Astoria, in Clatsop
county, state of Oregon, on tho lrttii day
of May, 1883, and to me directed, com-
manning me, ui icvy upon aim sen as uy
law provided. lot numbered 5 in block
number 121, in that i)ortion of said city numbered 139, m that portion of said
of Astoria, which was laid out and re- city of Astoria, which was laid out and
corded by John M. Shivelv. to satisfy recorded by J. M. Shively, to satisfy an
an assessment of fortv-seven (847.00) assessment of twenty-three 30-100 dol
doilars as declared and assessed upon lars as declared and assessed upon said
said lot fi by ordinance No. SOS of said I lot 2, by ordinance number 308, of said
city, for the Improvement and repair of
that portion of Cedar street in said city
between the east side of Salmon street
and the west end of Cedar street as pro
vided and directed by ordinance No. 304
of said city, 1 have levied upon said lot
u and shall proceed to sell the same at
public auction to the highest bidder, for
cash in hand, at the court house door
of said Clatsop county, which court
house is in said cit', on the 23d day of
June, 1883, at the hour of ten o'clock a.
m. of said day to satisfy said sum of
forty-teven dollars and costs of sale.
The name of the ownerof said lot 3 as
designated by said ordinance No. 308 is
James Taylor.
C. YV. LOUGHEllY,
Chief of Police of said
City of Astoria.
NOTICK OF CHIEF OF POLICE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the auditor and
clerk of the city of Astoria, in Clatsop
county, state of Oreeon. on the 16th day
of May, 1883. and to me directed com
j manding me to levy upon and sell as by
law provioea lot numbered 2 in oiock
numbered 117 in that portion of said
city of Astoria which was laid out and
recorded by John M. Shively, to satlsfy
an assessment of eighty-six .10-100 dol
lars as declared and assessed upon said
lot 2 by ordinance No 308 of said
city for the improvement and repair of
that portion of Cedar street in said city.
"between the east side of Salmon street
and the west end of Cedar street as pro
vided and directed by ordinance No.
504 of said city 1 have levied upon said
lot 2 and shall proceed to sell the same
at public auction to the highest bidder
for cash in hand at the court house door
of said Clatsop county which court
house is In said city, on the 23d day of
June. I8fc3, at the hour of ten o'clock A.
M. of said day to satisfy said sum of 86.-
50 and costs of sale. The name of the
owner of said lot as designated by said
ordinance No. 508 is G. W. Hume.
C. W. LOUGHERY.
Chief of Police of said city ot Astoria.
Notice
BIDS will be received until Monday
noon. June 26th, at the office of the Citv
Auditor and Clerk, for clearing off a
portion of the city cemetery, on Clatsop
Plains. Bids must state cost per acre.
ALso, by clearing Is meant that the
ground shall be cleared of all brush,
stumps, and logs."
Jo contracts will be let to white per
son unless they use white laMr.
Contracts will be received from Chi
nese only for China labor.
For further particulars inquire of the
committee.
Tiie committee reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
C. J. TRENCH Altl),
.1. J', iiuuno,
I. V. CASE,
Committee on Public Property.
CLATSOP MULL
COMPANY
hHeccster or
GEO. W. HUME SAW-.MTLL.
MANUFACTURERS DEALERS
IN
LUMBER, SALMON BOXES, TRAYS, ETC.
Office aiid Mill
corner ofwest 9tu axd water 8TS
NOTICE OF CHIEF DF POLICE,
Xoticc is hereby Riven, that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the auditor and
clerk of the city of Astoria, in Clatsop
county, state of Oregon, on the HJth day
of May. 1883, and to me directed, com
manding me to levy upon and teJI as
by law provided, lot numbered ;:, in
block numbered 121, in tiiat portion of
said city of Astoria, which was laid
out and recorded by John IF. bhively,
to satisfy an assessment of twenty
seven dollars, as declared and assessed
upon said lot .", bv ordinance number
50S, of said city for the improvement
and repair of that portion of Odar street
between the east side of .Salmon street
and the west end of Cedar street, as
provided and directed by ordinance
Lnumber Mi. of said cit y, 1 have levied
upon sain 101 if, ana sunn proceed to
sell the same at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash in-hand at the
court house door of said Clatsop coun
ty, which court house is in said county
on the 23d dav of .Tune, 18S0, at the
hour of ten o'clock A. I. of said day
to satisfy said sum of 27 and costs of
sale. The nameot the owner of said
lot as desicnated by said ordinance
number 308,'is 3lnrgaret McCann.
C. W.LOrGHERY.
Chief of Police of ald CiU of Astoria.
NOTICE OF CniEF OF POLICE.
Notice is hereby ghen. that bv virtue
of a warrant issued b the auditor and
clerk of the city of Astoria in Clatsop
county, state of Oregon, on the ltHh day
of May, 1883, and to me directed, com
manding me to levy upon and sell, as
by law provided, lot numbvied 4. in
block numbered 121. in that portion of
said city of Astoria, which was laid out
and-recorded by John M. Shivelv, to
satisfy an assessment of thirty 'loilars
as declared and assessed upon said lot
4, by ordinance number ."(VS. of said city
for the improvement of that portion of
Cedar street in said citj, between the
east side of Salmon street and the wot
end of Cedar street, as provided anil
directed by ordinance number .104, of
said city, I have levied upon said lot 4,
and shall proceed to c!I the .same at
public auction to the highest bidder for
casli in hand, at the court house door,
of said Clatsop count, which court
house is in said city, on the 2-ld dav of
June. 188:!. at the hour of ten o'clock A
M. of saiu day to satisfy said sum of
30 and costs of sale. The name of the
owner of said lot as designated by said
ordinance number 30S is Margaret Me
Cann.
C. W. LOCGliEUY.
Chief of Police of said Ot of Astoria.
NOTICE OF CHIEF OF POLICE.
Notice is hereby given that by irlue
of a watrant issued by the auditor and
clerk of the city of Astoria, in ClaNop
county, state of Oregon, on the Kith day
of May, 1883, and to me directed, com
manding me to levy upon and sell as by
law provided, lot numbered ::, in block
numbered 13l, in that portion of said
city of Astoria, which was laid out and
recorded by John M. Shivery, to satisfy
an assessment of twentj-three 30-luo
dollars, as declared and assessed upon
said lot 3, by ordinance numbered .ioh.
of said city, for the improvement and
repair of that portion of Cedar street in
said city, between the eat side of Salm
on streeet and the west end of Cedar
street as provided and directed by ordi
nance number 304 of aid city, I have
levied upon said lot 3. anil shall proceed
to. sell the same at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash in hand at the
court house door"of said Clatsop county,
which court house is in said citv, on the
23d day of June, 1883, at the hour of
ten o'efock A. M. of said day. to satisfy
said sum of$23J"0 and costs of sale. The
name of the owner of said lotas desig
nated by said ordinance number 30s, is
J.M.Shhely.
C. W. LOUGIIEUY.
Chief of Police of said City of Astoria.
.NOTICE OF CHIEF OF POLICE.
Notice is hereby siven that by irtue
of a warrant issued by the auditor and
clerk of the city of Astoria in Clatsop
county, state of Oregon, on tho lf.th day
ot May, 18S3, and tome directed, coin-
iuuimiiiSiii,iuii ij i ain, 'j
law provided, lot nnmbercd 2, m block
city, for the Improvement and repair of
that portion of Cedar street in said city
between the east side of Salmon street
and the west end of Cedar street, as pro
vided and directed by ordinance num
ber 304. of said city, 1 have levied upon
said lot 2, and shall proceed to sell the
same at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash in hand at the court
house door of Clatsop county, which
court house is in said city, on the 23d
day of June, 1883, at the hour of ten
o'clock A. M. of said day. to satisfy said
sum of 23130 and costs of sale. The
name of the owner of said lot as desig
nated bv said ordinance number .108 is
J.M.Sliivoly.
C.W. LOrOHEIiY,
Chief of Police of said city of Astoria.
NOTICE OF CHIEF OF POLICE.
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the auditor and
clerk of the city of Astoria, in Clatsop
county, state of Oregon, on the 16th day
01 Jiay, ioN, ami 10 1111 uirecieu, com
manding me to levy upon ami sell as by
law provided, lot numbered 4, in block
numbered 112. in that portion of the said
citv of Astoria, which was laid out and
recorded by John M. Shively, to satisfy
an assessment of twenty-six dollars as
declared and assessed upon said lot 4 by
ordinance number 508 of said city for
the improvement and repair of that por
tion of. Cedarstreet in said city, between
the east side of salmon street ami ire
west end of Cedar street, as provi.led
and directed by ordinance number .",
of said city, I have levied upon s".id
lot 4, and shall proceed tosell the same
at public auction to tiie highest bidder
for casli in hand, at the court hoitx
door of ClaLsop county, which court
house is in said city, on the 23d day
of June, 1883, at the hour often o'clock
A. M. of said day to satisfy said sum of
26 and costs of sale. The name of the
owner of said lot as designated by said
ordinance number 508, is James Mc
Cann.
C.W. LOUGIIEUY,
Chief of Police of said city of Astoria.
NOTICE OF CHIEF OF TOLICE.
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the auditor and
clerk of tho city of Astoria, in Clatsop
county, state of Oregon, on the lOtli day
of May, 1883, and to me directed, com
manding me to levy upon ami sen, as
by law provided, lot numbered l, in
block tiumber 141. in that portion of
said city of Astoria, as laid out and re
corded bv J. M. Shivelv, to satisfy an
assessment of twcnty-tlnee 30-100 as de
clared and assessed upon saiu lot 1, oy
ordinance number 308, of said city, for
the. improvement and repair of that
portion ot uetiar streec oeivveen tne
east side of Salmon street and the west
end of Cedar street, as provided ami di
rected by ordinance number 304 of said
city, 1 have levied upon said lot num
ber l. and shall proceed to sell the same
at public auction to the highest bidder
for cash in hand, at the court house door
of Clatsop county, which court house is
in said city, on the 23d day of June,
1883, at the hour often o'clock in the
forenoon of said day to satisfy said sum
ofS23.50 and costS'Of sale. The nam?
of the owner of said lot as designated
by said ordinance number 308, is E. 13.
Gager.
C. W. LOUGHERY.
Chief of Police of said City of Astoria.
NOTICE OF CHIEF OF POLICE.
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the auditor and
clerk of the city of Astoria, in Clatsop
county, state of Oregon, on the lCth day
of May, 1883, and to me directed, com
manding me to levy upon and sell, as by
law provided, lot numbered 2, in block
112, in that portion of the city of Astor
ia, which was laid out and recorded by
J. M. Shively, to satisfy an assessment
of twenty-three CO-100 dollars, as declar-
ed and assessed ulion said lot 2, by or
dinance number Z0S. of -aid city, for the
improvement and repair of that portion
of Cedar street, in said city between the
east side of Salmon street and the wct
end of Cedar street, as provided and di
rected by ordinance number .101. of said
cit,Ihavc levied tipoiisaid lot num
bered 2, and shall proceed to sell the
same at public auction to the highest
bidder for casli In hand, at the court
hou.se door, of snid Clatsop county.
which court house
ise is in said city, on the
,1853, at the hour often
irenoon of said dav, to
23d dav of June,
o'clock in the forenoon
satisfy the said sum of S2"w0 and co.-ts
of sale. The name of the owner of
said lot as designated by said ordinance
number .108, is John McCann.
C.W.LOL'OIIERV.
Chief of Police of said City of Astoria.
NOTICE OF CHIEF OF POLK'E
Notice is hereby given that hyirtue
of a warrant issued bv the Auditor and
clerk of the city of Astoria, in Clakop
county, state of Oregon, on the 16th day
of May. 18SJ, and to mo directed, com
manding me to levy upon and sell
as by law provided, lot numbered 2
in block numbered 141. in that nor-
tion of said citv of Astoria, which
was laid out and recorded by John
hn M.
Shively. to satisfy an assessment of
tweiity-tlhree 30-100 dollars as declared
and assessed upon said lot 2 by or
dinance No. 30s of said city for the im
provement ami repair of that portion of
Cedar street in .-aid city between the
eat Mile (if Salmon street and and west
end of Cedar street as provided and di
rected by ordinance No. 304 of said city.
I have levied upon said lot 2 and shall
proceed to sell the same at public auc
tion to the highest bidder, lor cash in
hand, at the court house door of
Chit sop count, which court house is in
said city, on the 23d day of June, iss:;.
at the hour of ten o'clock .v. m. of said
day, to satisfy said sum of S23-10 and
costs of sale. The name of the owner of
said lot as designated by said ordinance
No. 308 is E. IJ. Gagcr.
C. Vf. LOCGIIERY.
Chief of Police of said City of Astori :.
NOTICE OF CniEF OF POLICE.
Notice is hereb1 given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the auditor and
clerk of the city of Astoria, in ClaLsop
county, state of Oregon, on the 10th day
of May, 188.'!, and to me directed, com
manding me to levy upon and sell as by
law provided. lot numbered 3. in block
numbered 111, in that portion of said
city of Astoria, which was laid out and
recorded b J. M. Shively, to satisfy au
assessment of twenty-three 30-1CO dol
lar. as declared and assessed upon said
lot :;. byo'dinance No. 308 of said city,
for the improvement and repair of that
portion of Cedar street between the east
side of Salmon street and the west end
or Cellar street, as provided ami directed
by ordinance number 301 of said city. 1
have Ieied upon said lot number 3, and
shall proceed to sell the same at puli
lic auction to the highest bidder for
cash in hand, at the court house door,
of Clatsop county, which court house is
in stid city, on the 2!d day of June,
1883, at the hour or ten o'clock A.M. or
said day, to satisfy .said sum of 23.30
and costs of sale. The name of the
owner of said lot as designated by said
ordinance number 308, is'E. U. Gager.
C. W. LOUGIIEUY.
Chief of Police of said City of Astoria,
NOTICE OF CHIEF OF POLICE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the auditor and
clerk of the city ot Astoria, Clatsop
county, state of Oregon, on the 10th day
of May, 1883, and to me directed, com
manding me to levy upon and sell as by
law provided, lot numbered 1, in block
numbered i:, in that portion of the said
city of Astoria which was laid Out and
recorded by John M. Shively, to satisfy
an assessment of twenty-tlirce30-100 dol
lars us declared and assessed upon said
lot 1 by ordinance No. 308, of saiil city,
for the improvement and repair of that
portion of Cedar street in said citv be
tween the east side of Salmon stree.t and
tlte west end of Cedar street, as orovid
etl and directed by ordinance number
304 of said city. I have levied udou said
lot numbered 1, and shall proceed to sell
the same at public auction to the high
est bidder for cash in hand, at the court
house door of said Clatsop county,
which court Iiouso is in said city, on the
23d day of June, 1883, at the hour of
ten o'clock in tiie forenoon of said day.
to satisfy said sum oi $23-10 and costs of
sale, the name of the owner of said lot
as designated by said ordinance num
ber .108. is J. M. Shively.
C. W. LOCGIIERY.
Chief of Police ot said City of Astoria.
NOTICE OF-CHIEF OF POLICE.
Notice is hereby given, that by irtue
of a warrant issued by the auditor and
clerk of the city of Astoria, rti Clatsop
county, state of Oregon, on the loth day
of May. 1883, and to mc directed com
manding me to levy upon and sell, as by 1
law provided, lot numbered 4 in block .
130, m that portion of the said city of
Astoria winch was laid out and record
ed by John 31. Shively. to satisfy an as
sessment of twenty-three 30-100 dollars
as declared and assessed upon said lot 4
by ordinance number 308, of said city,
for the improvement and repair of that
yortion of Cedar street in said city be
tween the cast side of Salmon street and
the west end of Cedarstreet, as provid
ed and directed by oidinauce number
301 of said city, I have levied upon said
lot numbered 4 and shall proceed to sell
the same at public auction to the Irish-
Lest bidder for cash in hand, at the court
house door 01 said t latsop county,
which court house is in said city, on the
23d day of June, 1SS3, at tho hour of
ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day,
to satisfy the sum of S23.30 and costs of
sale. The name of the owner of said lot
as designated by said ordinance number
308, is J. M. Shively.
C.W. LOUGHERY.
Chief of Police of said City of Astoria.
NOTICE OF CHIEF OF POLICE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the auditor and
clerk of the city of Astotia in Clatsop
county state of Oregon, on the Kith day
of May, 1883, anil to me directed, com
manding me to leraupon and sell as by
law provided, losiumbered 4 in block
numbered 113 in that portion of said
city of Astoria which was laid out" and
recorded by John M. Shively, to satisfy
an assessment of S31.73 as declared and
assessed upon said lot 4 by ordinance
No. 30S of said city for tho improve
ment and repair of that portion of Cedar
street in said city, between the east side
of Salmon street and the west end of
Cedar street as provided and directed by
ordinauce No. 304 of said city, 1 have
lev ied upon said lot 1 and shall proceed
to sell the same at public auction to tiie
highest bidder for cash in hand, at the
court house door, of said county of Clat
sop which court house Ls in said citv, on
the 23d day of JuiielSS3ntthe.hoiir or
ten o'clock A. ii. of said day to satisfy
sald sum of S34.73 and costs of sale.
The name of the owner of said lot as
designated by said ordinance No. 308 is
School District No. 8.
C.W. LOUGHERY.
Chief of Ponce of said City ot Astoria.
NOTICE OF CHIEF OF TOLICE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the Auditor and
Clerk of the city of Astoria, Clatsop
county, state of Oregon, on the lGth day
of May, 18S3, and to me directed, com
manding me to levy upon and sell as by
law provided, lot numbered G in block
numbered 140, in that portion of said
city of Astoria, which was laid out and
recorded by John M. Shively, to satisfy
an assessment or. 523.30 as declared and
assessed upon said lot G by ordinance
No. 30S of said cityfor the improvement
and repair of that portion of Cedar
street in said city between the east side
of Salmon street and the west cud or
Cedar street as provided and directed by
ordinance No. 304 of said city, 1 have
levied upon said lot 6 and shall proceed
to sell the same at public auction to the
highest bidder, for casli in hand, at the
court house door of said county of Clat
sop, which court house is in said city,
on the 23d day of June, 1883, at the hour
often o'clock in the forenoon of said
day to satisfy said sum of S2350 and
coats of ale. The name of the ownerof
said lot as designated by said ordinance
No. r0S is S. P. Marsh.
C. W. LOUGHEFiY.
Chief of Police of said C ity of Astoria.
NOTICE OF CHIEF OF POLICE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a v. arrant issued by the Auditor and
Clerk of the city of Astoria, county of
Clatsop, tstate of Oregon, on the lCth day
rr Afriv. is3. and to me directed, com-
mantling me to levy upon and sell as bv
law provided, lot numbered J in block
112. in that portion of said city of As
toria, wlucli was lam one aim recuuwu
by John M.Shhely, to satisfy an assess
ment of S2.130 as declared and assessed
upon s-aid lot 3 by ordinance No. 303 of
said city for tho improvement and re
pair of that portion of Cedaj. street in
said citv between the east side of Sal-
tnion street and the west end of Cedar
f street as provided and directed oyor-
dinanre No. .104. of aid eiry. l nave lev
ied upon said lot 3 and shall proceed to
.sell the same'at public auction to the
highest bidder, for cash in hand, at the
court house door of said county, which
court house is in said city, on the 23d
dav of June. 1883, at the hour of ten
o'clock a. ju of said day to satisfy said
sum of $23.30 and costs of sale, lhe
name of the owner of said lot as desig
nated by said ordinance No. 303 is James
McCann.
C.W. LOCGIIERY,
Chief of Police of said City of Astoria.
HiLL'S VARIETIES.
GEO. HILL. -WALTER
PARKS.
- - PROPRIETOR
- STAGE MANAGER
Engagement of
MISS SUSIE LEE,
Song and Danco Artist.
MISS MARY MOULTON.
Character Actress and Recitatloness.
MISS FANNIE WALTON,
' Songstress.
P.ABY WEST,
The Child Wonder.
MR. HENRY WEST,
' r Ethiopian Comedinn.-- .
WALTER rARKV
Comedian.
('HAS. P.AEROWS.
Actor.
Together with a new
Under the management of
PROF. CHARLES E1CKARDS.
All the Old Favorites Retained.
Open all th Year Performance Every
Night-Entire Change of Programme
Every Night, Comprising
SO?'CS. DANCES AND ACTS.
We give the Best
Variety
Entertainment
In the West.
Tiie theatre is crowded nightly, and all
who have witnessed the entertainment pro
nounce it to be eitunl to any given elsewhere.
Mr. Hill as a caterer for the public's
amusement can not be excelled. Am body
i wishing to spend a pleasant evening and
see spurKiing wit, ami neauiy wiinout vtu-garltj-,
should Improve the opportunity and
come.
The company comprises the following well
known Artists :
Miss Fa s:;i k Walton.
Miss makv Mour.Toj.
Mr. Walter. Parks.
M it. Chap. Harrows.
Mr. Hj-n'ry Wkst.
AU of which will appear nightly in their dif,
ferent specialties.
Open air concert every evening ; perform
ance commencing at 8 ; entrance to theatre
on Benton street ; private boxes on Cliena
mus struct.
Notv Stars in Ran id Succession !
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JPSK T' :s eicjint dressing-
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jOttt It cont.uns materials
'jEAjSyM t TfrM n only that are bcndidbl
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ZiL'?' and always
Restores the Youthful Color to Srey cr Faded Hair
Piri:ers HairPalsaia I finely perfumed and is
w-.rrantedtopreent Cu'ir oftlichair and to re
move dandrulTat. J itdu ij. Hiscox fi: Co . N.Y.
S"i . nl 1 iiies, at V.Irj in dni and mtUidnrr.
2Z-5Z!ZZ3E3E
A Suparlaliva Health and Strength Restorer.
If -j a rue a mechanic or firmer, vrora out with
cv-rv ort. or a mother run t' jwii Ly family or house.
h-"l duties try 1'AKi.ra'sf ".ctu Tonic.
I f you are a lawycr, nlruter or business roan ex
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stomach, bow eb, blood or nr cs lvr ker's Ginckx
Toctc will cure j ou. 1 1 is the Greatest Blood Purifier
And tbe Gest and Surest Cough Cure Ever Used.
If you are wasting away from age, dissipation or
any y ue or weakness and retruire a stimulant take
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Notice.
Bids will be received until Mondav
non, June 2;th, at the office of the City
Auditor and Clerk for building or con
structing a wagon road from Skipanon
landing to the city cemetery-on Clatsop
Plains. Bids must state proposed man
ner of construction.
No contracts will be let to white per
sons unless they use white labor.
Contracts will be received .from Chi
nese only for Chinese labor.
For further particulars inquire of
the committee.
The committee reserve the right to re
ject any or all bids.
C. J THENCilAlU).
A. F. JOHNS,
I. W. CASE,
Commute on Public Proper"'.
aroonr s
Ko. 40 I2-PIy
SALMON TWINE !
CORK AND JiBID LINES,
SEINE
TWINES-
A Full Stock Now on Hand.
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
51 L-31nrket Street, Son FranciHce.
Sdle'Agents for the Pacific Coast.
mv-wxr-: is w.vrm j
FAMSER'S
r. SIZE.
MAEKETS.
CENTRAL MARKET.
General assortment of table stock constantly
on nand. such as
Canned Fruits and Jelly,
Bacon, Hams, Shoulders, Lard,
EGGS, BUTTER, CHEESE,
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
FISH. POITLTBY AXD GAME
In the season.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ISest of W1TYES AJTD IJQUORS.
AH cheap for CASH. Goods sold on com
mission. Opposite I. W. Case's store.
J. RODGERS.
Washington Iffarket,
Main Street, - - Astoria Oregon
BERGMAN C BERRY
TSPSCTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN.
XLtion cf the public to the fact that tha
above Market will always bo supplied wita a
FULL VARIETY; BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS!
Which will bo sold at lowest rates, wholesale
and retail. Special attention given-to snppb)
us shix3.
LOOK HERE !
We respectfully Inform the public that we
will always keep on hand the best quality of
Fresh and Cured Meats
Choice Family Groceries,
Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Crockery and
Glass-ware.
Ships, Hotels and Boarding Honses sup
plied on liberal terms.
A- share of the public patronage is respect
fully solicited,
dtf, WARREN & THOMPSON.
STAR MARKET.
WHERRY &. COMPANY,
Fresli and Cured Meats,
Vegetatoles,
FRU TS BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT nOTEL,
UIIEXAJSUS Street, Astoria, Or
SAET' M-aJSOTB
HOSPITAL,
ASTORIA,
OKEGON
THIS INSTITUTION, UNDER CAEE OH
the Sisters of Charity, is now ready for
the reception of patients.
Private rooms for the accommodation ol
anv desiring them.
Patients admitted at all hotus;day or night.
No physician has exclusive right, every
patient Is free to and has tha privilege of
employing any physician they prefer.
United States.Mariae
Seamen who pay Hospital Dues, are enti
tled to .Free care and attendance at this Hos
pital during sickness. Permits must be ob
tained for United States Marines at the Cus
tom House.
Sisters op Chakitv
A Common-sense Remedy.
Salicylic A.
No more Rheumatism,
Gout or Neuralgia.
Immediate Relief Warranted.
Permanent Cure Guaranteed.
Five years established and never Tcnoum io
fall in a single case, acute or chronic. Refer
to all prominent physicians and druggists for
the standing of Salicylica.
SECRET !
THE ONLY DISSOLVER OF THE
POISONOUS URIC ACID "WHICH
EXISTS IN THE BLOOD OF RHEU
MATIC AND GOUTY PATIENTS.
SALICYLICA is known as a common
sense remedy, because It strikes directly at
the cause of Eheumatism, Gout and Neural
gia, while so many so-called specifics and
supposed panaceas only treat locally the
effects.
It has been conceded h v eminent scientists
that outward applications, such as rubbing
with oils, ointment?, liniments, and soothing
lotions will not eradicate these diseases
which are the result of the poisoning of the
blood with Uric Acid
SALICYLICA works with marvelous
effect on this acid and so removes the disor
der. It is now exclusively osed by all cele
brated physicians of America and' Europe.
Highest Medical Academy of Paris reports
93 per cent cures iu three days.
S5.3ESjg:TF5TVr:BJaJJb.
that SALICYLICA. is a certain cure for
Rheumatism.Coutand Neuralgia.
'lhe most intense pains are subdued almost
instantly.
Give ir- a trial. Eelief guaranteed or mon
ey refunded.
Thousands of testimonials sent on applica
tion. Si a Box. 6 Boxes for So.
Sent free by mail on receipt oi money.
ASK YOLTt DRUGGIST FOR IT.
But do not he deluded Into taking imitations
or substitutes, or something recommended
as "just as good J" Insist on. the genuine
with the name of Washburne&Co
on each box which Is guaranteed chemically
pure under our signature, an indispensable
requisite to insure success In the treatment.
Take no other, or send to us.
Washburne & Co., Proprietors.
6T Broadway, cor. Reade St., NEW YORK
For Sale by W.E. DEMENT & Co., and
J. E. THOMAS.
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VOLTAIC EELT CO.. MARSHALL, MICH.
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That Hacking Cough can, be so
quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We
guarantee it. Sold by W. E. Dement.
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