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Astoria, Oregon Tuesday Morning, June 19, 1883.
PACIFIC COUNTY LANDS.
"We take the following from the
columns of our esteemed con tem
porary the Chehalis Vifletlez
The largest bodies of good,
farming land are on the Willapa
river, and those streams tributary
to it, the lands lying immediately
on this river, have nearly all been
taken for a distance of twenty
miles from its mouth, above that,
there is a large amount of gov
ernment and R. R. lands, still
open to settlement. In this part
of the valley are small prairies,
caused probably b' the heavy
forest fires. The bottom lands are
covered with maple, alder and Cot
tonwood, and in some cases spruco
umber, while salmon and other
light brush, is found on all bottom
land, scattered among the larger
growth. The land on the South
Fork of the Willapa, is nearly all
heavily timbered, although there
is some good bottom.
The largest body of land, tribu
tary to the Willapa, is found on
Smith creek, there are at present
but three claims taken there, al
though competent judges estimate
that there are one hundred or more
good claims in the bottom, or low
table lands. These bottom lands
are very easily cleared, and are
very rich, the table lands, are in
many instances clear of timber
and would be excellent for grain.
A road to this valley, can be com
paratively easy made, over good
ground, and will como to the Will
apa at a point where vessels
drawing twelve or fourteen feet
can come. Just beyond bnnth
creek, and between it and the
Chehalis river, is North river, a
portion of which is in this couuty
and the rest in Chehalis. Those
settling in this valley will have
two shipping points, one on the
"Willapa, the other one, the Che
halis river. The land is of excel
lent quality and it has been vari
ously estimated as being large
enough for from 150 to 300 good
claims. The land is of the same
character and general description
as on Smith creek, alder, maple
and brush in the bottoms, and
heavier timber on the table
lands and lulls. Lying be
tween the south fork of the
Willapa, Columbia and Naselle
rivers, is a large tract of country
of which but little is known, save
that a large amount of it is level,
and that several large prairies are
reported b3 the Indians to be
there. It has never bean explored,
but if one quarter of its farming
land, there is room for from 100 to
I5Q families. It is safe to assert
that from four to five hundred
claims, which are susceptible to
being made into farms, can be ob
tained on the Willapa and those
sections tributary to it. Man'
fine claims can be obtained on the
Willapa river, although the most
of the lands on this stream are
heavily timbered, yet with the
timber off, they will make good
farms, as the land is very rich, and
will at some future day be con
verted into the homes of those
who arc not afraid to go into the
woods and hew them out. There
arc other lands in different parts
of the county, not yet taken, which
will make good farms, these are
scattered among those already
taken. In the whole county there
are from six to seven hundred
claims; claims which contain
enough agricultural land to make
Persons coming to this county,
or in fact to any part of western
Washington, need not come with
the expectation of finding prairie
land, for it is not here, but those
who wish homes, and are willing
to clear land to make them, can
find what they are looking for in
this county. It is a natural grass
country, and land which will not
turn off more than two and one half
ton of hay to the acre, farmers don't
think worth fencing, but there is
little if any so poor.
The average yield of the differ
ent crops raised here is about as fol fel fol
eows: Hay, three and a half to
four ton; wheat, 35 to 45 bushels;
ottsjCOto-SO and 00, potatoes,
from three to four hundred, and
sometimes as high as six hundred
bushels per acre; vegetables grow
here as well as in any part of the
The timber is of the best quali
ty and practicably inexhaustible.
On the Naselle river there are
thousands of acres of as fine fir
and spruce timber, as ever stood
in the woods.
The ridges on both branches of
the Willapa are covered with the
same dense forests of fine timber,
although in this part of the coun
try, fir predominates. All that
part of the country lying between
the upper part of Willapa and
Lewis county, is almost a solid
tract of timber, which will some
day bo made into lumber.
The Mooij's Influence.
The statement that the moon
affects the human body may at
first sight seem nonsense, but the
fact is, when we examine a little,
it docs not seem so absurd after
all. The moon certainly exercises
an influence over all fluids on
earth, and the human body is
about thre-fourths water. It is
said that if we put a human body
into an oven and make it perfectly
dry, it will go down from one
hundred and fifty to fort' pounds.
People who are born when the
moon is rising are more subject to
her influence in after life than
others. They frequently have the
habit of walking in their sleep,
and about the time" of her fulling
they are greatly subject to dreams.
Another curious thing is that, if
near-sighted, their eyes grow
more dim at the opposition and
the changes. It is also well known
that there are animals horses, for
instance which are moon-eyed;
that is, their sight is better or
worse through the month, accord
ing to the condition of the moon.
The same is said of dogs. There
are certain physiological facts in
connection with the female sex
and the lesser luminary which ab
solutely establish beyond any
question the direct and powerful
influence of the moon over the
human body. They cannot be
described in print, nor is the rela
tionship generally understood by
physicians except those familiar
with the very ancient lore of their J
A whole volume might be filled
with the literature of the moon r
not only the astrological notions
attached to her, but- the curious
myths and legends. Nothing is
better known than the insaue are '
affected by the beams at certain j
seasons, and yet there are some,
doctors who deny it. The famous
English physician, Forbes Wins-1
low, who made an exhaustive in
vestigation of the subject, in sum- j
ming up the various theories as to
how the moon acts on the de
mented, says it is impossible to ig
nore the evidence of such men as
Pinol, Daquin, Guislam and oth
ers. The astrological idea is that
the planet acts on the moist mat
ter of the brain. Some of the
French psychologists thought -that
the insane were observed to be
more troublesome when the moon
was full, because the light would
naturally make them so, prevent
ing them from sleeping. But
this is a very poor expla
nation, for, although the moon
is at her full every mouth, the
nights are not always bright
there may be a week or more of
cloudiness but the restlessness
and excitement among the lunatics
is seen to be just the same, and
to exist by day as well as after
dark. Dr. Winslow's suggestion
was as follews: "May not the al
leged change observed among the
insane at certain phases of the
moon arise, not from the direct,
but the indirect influence of the
planet? It is well known that the
rarity of the air, the electric con
ditions of the atmosphere, the de
gree of heat, dryness, moisture,
and amount of wind prevailing,
sra oil mnrc nr 15 tnmlifio1 liv
" - 1
the state of the moon. In thet
generality of bodily diseases what
obvious changes are observed to
accompany-the meterological con-
dition referred to? Surely those
suffering from disease of the brain
and nervous system affecting the
mind can not with any show of
reason be considered us exempt
from the operations of agencies
that are universally admitted to
affect patients afflicted with other
diseases." He jrives an instance
further on, of a lady of much in
telligence employed as matron in
his establishment for insane ladies
during some five years, who in
formed him that the period of the
full moon invariably created a
great agitation among the patients
The Curse of Gulteau.
A Washington special says:
The fact that Michael Sheehan,
one of the Guiteau jurors, has
gone insane, has suggested to one
of the Washington papers that
Guiteau's prophecy that evil would
befall all those connected with his
conviction, is coming true. Shee
han's relatives state.that the fre
quent maledictions ol Guiteau,
dunnsr his trial, upon all who
should find him guilty have
haunted Sheehan for months and
have lately kept him awake of
nights. A local writer suggests
the following incidents which have
occurred in the way of the fulfill
ment of Guiteau's curse: The
death of District Attorney Cork
kill's wife was the first event
which could be called a fulfillment
of the Guiteau prophecy; Juror
Hobb's wife died; Surgeon-General
Barnes, an important witness,
died; Judge Porter's health is
said to be wrecked, Marshal Hen
ry, Bailiff Stahl, Detect ve McEl
ricb, Jail-wagon Guard Perry
Carson and the driver of the jail
wagon, James Leonard, were dis
missed from the service; Dr. No
ble Young, an important expert
"witness, died: Rev. Dr. Hicks has
been libeled; Dr. Gray, another
expert, was shot at in the Utica
asylum; Dr. McDonald has been
the subject of investigation in con
nection with his administration of
Ward's island, N. Y.; Officer Pat
Kearney's removal from the Bal
timore and Potomac depot was
only a temporary misfortune, hut
was thought at one time to num
ber among those of the fulfillment
of the curse.
This ixnvder never varies A marvel o
purity, strength and wlnlesoraeness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold In competition with the mul
titude of low test short weight, alum or
phosphate powders. Sold only in cant. Rov
ai. IUkixu 1'owokk Co.. too Wall-st. N. Y.
King of the Blood
Is not a "aire all," It is a blood-purifier and
tonic. Impurity of the blood poisons thesys
tem, deranges the circulation, and thus in
duces many disorders, known by different
names to distinguish them according to ef
fects, but being really branches or phases of
that great generic disorder, lranrtrity ol
Klood. Such are Dyspepsia, MUtowtness,
Liver Complaint, OmstlpalUm, Kcrvtnu Dis
order, Headache, Backache, General Weak
ticx. Heart Dlsctuc, Dropsy. Kidney Disease,
Piles, Rheumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula, Skin
Disorders, Pimples. Dicer. Swellings, &c,
re. Kins: of the Blood, prevents and
cures these by attacking the cause. Impurity
pf the blood. Chemists and phj slclans agree
in calling It "the most genuine and efficient
preparation for the purpose." Sold by Drug
gists, 81 per bottle. See testimonials, dlrec
Hon2' &' Pamphlet, "Treatise on Diseases
of the Rlnod." wrapped around each bottle.
I. RANSOM. SON & Co.. Prom
Buffalo. X. Y.
IJIIVE HUNDRED CORDS DRY HEM
. lock Wood, which I will deliver at the
houses of customers for $4 a cord.
Draylngor all kinds done at reasonable
rates. R. R. MARION.
.- - -- -w -Ik.
All. " f- - .
Neuralgia, Sciaiica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell'
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
No Preparation on earth eqnali St. J cots Oil
u a safe, surr, simple and cheap External
Beratdjr. A trial entails but the coparatirely
trifling outlay of 50 Cent, and ex try one suffer
ing with rin can bavo cheap and pocitire proof
of 1U claims.
Directions in Eleven Languages.
E0LD BY ALLDRUGGISTa AHDDEALEB3
A. VOGEU3R & CO.,
Haltlmore, 33d., XT. S. A.
To mark toels: Cover the part
to be marked with a thin coat ins
of tallow or beeswax. Then, with
a sharp instrument write the name
in the tallow, cutting clearly into
it. Then fill in the letters with
nitric acid. Let it remain from
one to ten minutes. Thpn dip in
water and rub off, and you will
have the mark etched.
A LETTER PW GERMANY.
i .i-N,Janunry 9, 1SS2.
Very esteemed sir.:
The praise your Liver Pill lm e called
forth here is wonderful. After taking one
and a half boxes of your genuine IIi. C.
XcLAXKS L.IVKU PIXLS, I have en
tirely recovered from my fburycniV.suflor
liiK. AH who k-Mw me wonder how I,
who, for many year, had no nietile.
and could not Meep for backache. M!-li
In my &idc, and general stomach com
plaints, could have recovered.
An old lady In our city, who luto:i.fnil
br many years from Kidney dlean and
the doctors had given her up. took lunor
your Mils, and got more reHeJ limn ln
has from all the doctors. Your- th'v.
J. VON nut HKIJ.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never Mignr-coated.
Kvery box has a red wax seal on tht !.!.
with the Impressien: lIcLnu'i I.itrr
The genuine Mcl,ANES LI Kit
PILLS bear tho signature of C. Mc-Lnn
and Fleming Hros. on the wrappers.
Insist upon having the genuine IK. C.
McLAXE'S MVUIl PILLS, prepar.il by
Fleming Bros., of Pittsburgh, Pa- tl e
market being full of imitations of !:
name McLanc. spelled differently, bul of
If your storekeeper does not hae the
gen til ne 1IL C. MeLANKS C'l'I.I -llltATED
LIVER PILLS, send u- '-T,
cents, and we will send you a .box b nviil.
and a set of our advertising canl.
FLE3IISK BROS., Pittylnn glLPn.
NEVILLE & CO.
Pacific Net and Twine Co.
San Fkancisco, April nth, iss.
For general convenience,
we have sent a supply of Hfo. 30. 12
ply Genuine Scotcli Salmon IVet
Twine, to the care of A. M. .IOHNSOX
& CO., Astoria, which will be sold at
low enough figures to make it an object
for all net menders to use it for repairs,
in place of the more costly Xo. 40, 12
pl.v. Fishermen who have heretofore used
this grade of twine for repairs, claim
that the durability ol the patch is equal
to the balance of the net, after the latter
has had a few weeks ne. We think it
will be money in your pocket to try it.
For prices and samples apply to
A. M. .TOIIXSOX &CO.,
Neville & Co. Sole Agents, I Q e-iw1
31 and 33 California St. JSanFrancUeo.
THE LATEST STYLES
B. B. FRANKLIN'S,
NEXT DOOR TO ASTOKIAN OFFICE.
A very large Stock from which to select.
"Window curtains made to order.
S3TMy patent Trimmer to cut Wall laicr
will be lound convenient to my patrons.
GEO. W. HUME SAW .MUX.
MANUFACTURERS g DEALERS
LUMBER, SALMON TRAYS, BOXES, B1C
Office and Mill
conxEn or west 9tii axd water sts
S3 'ti 11
nri ti hu
Columbia Transportation Co.
Tl.r :k.hi!:ii steamer
W l.ifh has been retitted for the comfort of
pavenj,er ill leave Wilson and
FMier's dock every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6
A.3i, an wing at Portland at 7 P. M.
I'i'tiirdns loaves Tortland every
Tiwdaus and Thursdays at 6 A, M.
Arriving at Astoria atl P. M.
.u adult ional trip will be made on
Sunday of Each Week,
tenting Portland at o'clock
ravsciigers by this route connect at Kalama
for Sound iMirt-. U. B. SCOTT.
iV W A Stoampr "nmeksfpn."
W.II. IIOKSOX, - - MASTER
Is ready for charter, for freight, towage, or
Can be found at Coleman's dock. For
further particulars apply to
Wm. T. COLEMAN & Go's Agency.
Astoria and Portland.
F. II SHERMAN.
Will makn regular trips to Portland and
AMoria. Iea Ing BurnoH's dock, foot of Mor
riMin street, Portland, at C A.M. Saturdays.
And will leave Wilson & Fisher's dock,
Astoria, at o a. m. Thursdays.
E2r-Freight carried at reasonable rates.
WILL 5IAKE TRIPS AS
VI A M
To YOUNGS RIVER. Mondays, Wednesdays
Special trips as required.
Will leave "Wilson & Fishers wharf at
O o'clock .sharp, each morning.
LEWIS G. HAAVEN,
Upper Astoria, Master.
REGULAR STEAM PACKET.
Daisy," and Barge.
Will leave Astoria, from Gray's Dock,
For Olney, and Head of Youngs River,
On Tursitays. and Fridays, nt 8 A. M.
Returning same day,
For Laudings on Lewis & Clark's River,
On Wednesdays, at 8 A. M.,
Returning same day.
For FonntT's Camp.
On I'rltiaj. nt 5 i. M laying oer night
at the Camp, will leave for Astoria, on Sat
urday, at 8 a. 31.: Returning will leave
CiJ-Fnr Freight or Passage, apply on be:
or at lSra s Dock, where Freight will be
ceiveu aim sioreu, u necessary.
J. H. D. GRAY.
C.H. STICK KLS.
A. M. JOHNSON & Co.,
CROCKERY &. CLASS WARE.
ALm Wholesale Dealers In
Paiiifs, Oils, Varnislics, Glns.s,
Puffy. Artists Oil and "Water
Colors, I'nint and Iialso-
iii in c Brushes.
Constantly on hand a full and choice stock
of Staple and Fancy Groceries Only tho
Our stock of Crockery and Glass
Warp Is the Largest and most Complete
Stodccveroixnied in Astoria.
Tea and Dinner Sets, Toilet Sets. Glass,
J-nut, and ater fcets. Uar rlxtures. Ale
Mugs. Ponies. Rustic Bottles Goblets, Tum
blers Lemonade Cups, &&, &c.
Everything sold at Lowest Living Rates.
An Examination will more than repay you.
LOEB & CO.,
AGENTS FOR THE
Best San Francisco Houses and
Tumblers Decanters, and All
Kinds of Saloon Supplies.
J3&AIl goods sold at San Francisco Prices.
MAIN STKEET, .
Opposite Parker House, Astoria, Oregon.
No. 40 I2-Ply
CORK MR IEAD LINES,
A Full Stock Now on Hand.
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
511 Market Street, gaa Francises.
'Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast
Oregon Railway & Navigation
On and after April 1st, 1883.
Ocean Steamers ill sail from San Fran
cisco and Tortland cery three rinya.
Leaving Spear St. wharf San Franasco, at
10 :00 A. M.. and AInsworth Dock, Portland,
ThroHglt Ticket sold to all princlpa
cities In the United States, Canada and
River and Rail Division.
On and After Mfarch 18; 1883.
Trains leave Tortland for Eastern polnls,
at 7 :20 A. M. Sundays excepted.
RIVER DIVISION' (Middle Columbia).
Boats leave Portland for Dalles at 7 :00
LeavePort- " ' " l " i
land for Mon Tu I Wg. Thu. Frl. I Sat
lower uo-l I
lumbU....rAM 6 AM
YictoriJuBCls AM ',6 AM
7 AM J
fi AMJ6 Am(p AMlP AM
Leires Astoria for Portland at 6 a. m. daily ex
Astoria. to Portland.
Steamer Wlde?Wet will leave Astoria
for Portland, X F-M.
Returnlnr. leaves Portland for Astoria.
a A. M., daily, Wednesdays excepted.
, P?lh2H S1"? Ctn Tnaniajc .between Pott
land. Walla Walla and Dajton.,
Superintendent of Tnifflc
A. L. STOKES, Assist. Supt. Traffic.
C. II. PKESCOTT,
Ilwaco Steam Navigation Go.'s
Steamer "Gen. Miles, "
"Will make two round trips from
Astoria to Fort Canby, and Ilwaco,
CofflraeadHS Jane Slat, 1883,
Will leave Astoria, at 7 o'clock A. M. and
ETunx, connecting with tho O.B.&N.Co's
Steamer "Wide West," to or from Portland,
And leave Astoria again, Tor
Ilvraco, direct, at 1 o'clock P. M.
After July 3th, either the
Steamer Gen. Miles, or Gen. Canby,
Will make two round trips, dally, con
necting with the "Wide West," (Sundays,
and Wednesdays excepted,) leaving
Axtoria at 9 A. M , oa Wednesdays,
And 19 A. M. oa Haadays.
Direct for Canby, and Ilwaco.
J. IL D. GRAY,
Oregon & California R.R Co
On an after May 11, 1883. trains will ran as
follow, DAILY (Except Sundays),
Bclvrcca P6KTLA,D and CLEXDALK
Portland 7:30 A. a..Glendale 10.25 p. w.
Glendale 1:00 A. M.I Portland 4 5 p. v.
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN.
Portland .4:00 P. M.f Lebanon 9.20 P. M
Lebanon 4:45 A. M.PortIandlO:05 A.M
Tho Oregon and California Railroad 1 errj
makes connection with all KognlarTraina oa
Between Portland and Corvallls
Portland 9:00 A. M.ICorvallis 4:30 P. h
Corvallis 8:30 A. M.j Portland 3:20 P. il
3IcMinnvillo.5:45A.M.Portland .. 8:30 a. m.
Close connections made at Glendale with
the Stagei of the Oregon and California Stage
03-Tickets for sale at all the principal point
in California and the Eaxt. at Company'?
Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or.
Storage will be chard on freight remain
ing atCompanys WarenoasooTer! hours.
Freight will not bo received for shipment
after 5 o'clock P. M. on either the East or
West side Diviinn.
JOHN MUIR, Sup't of Traffic.
A. L. STOKES, Asst. Sup't. of Traffic.
Shoaiwater Bay Transportation Co.
Astoria to Olympia,
Fert Steveas. Fort Canny, Ilwaeo.
North Beach, Oysterville, North
Cove, Feiersans Pelat, Ho-
And all points on Shoaiwater Bay, and Gray
On Columbia Rivet.
- GEN. GARFIELD " Shoaiwater Bay.
" MONTESANO " Gray's Harboi
Connecting with Stages ovor Portages.
Leave Astoria for Olympia, at - - 7 A. 31
On Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
arriving at Montesano the day after leaving
Astoria through trip In 60 heurs:
Leave Olympia for Astoria on same days.
ASTORIA SAIL LOFT.
A. M. JOHNSON & CO., PROPR'S.
HAVING CONSIDERABLY INCREASED
our facilities for meeting the demand of
Increase In boats this year we would re
spectfully call the attention of
And all others needing sails, to this fact.
Prices Same as Last Year,
WORK STILL BETTER.
Drilling and Best Quality of Rope
Our Work has Given
Satisfaction for Eight Years,
And shall be made to do ao while we e In
NEW YORK LIFE.
Pom viontii f ,fiuuou"i'n'nnif ipm KnflnwiuPHtit. ele. in 1HM&. AJ21.9.S&9.9W
Increase lu Insurance ................................ lS,3S4jt78.
JS-For further particulars, apply for Annual report at the office, 64 aa4 FKOXT
STREET, L'OItTiAXl, OK.
General Agent for Oregon and Washington Territory.
We. the undersigned, take pleasure In declarrng our unqnallfled confidence, in the finan
cial ahiliitv and Integrity of this company, and thorough reliability of the agent:
W. S. LAIJD. H. AV. CORBETT. C. fl! LEWIS. WVWADHAMS, JOHN.MUIR.
PAUL SCHULTZK, A. L. LINDSLEY, JAS. K.KELLEi, KENNETH MACLEAY.
DONALD MACLEAY, G.A.MOONEY.
HOZORTII & JOHNS, Agents for Astoria, to whom all applications should he made.
Doors, Windows, Blinds, Transoms, Lumber:
All kinds of pS9Hik TURZtXXIQ
GLASS, wBMttBB Bl'aCket VrJk
Boat Material, Etc. SkBJE a specialty.
I Boats of aU Smds Made to Order.
fr Orders from a distance promptly attended to, and satisfaction guaranteed to all easea
S. ARNDT & EERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
All kinds of
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Bkjjtox Street, Near Pabkkr Housk,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
Boiler Work, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. Oral I Descriptions made to Order
at Short Xotlce.
A. D. Wass, Prcsedent.
J. G. IIUSTLKK, Secretary,
I. W. Case, Treasurer.
Johx Fox, Superintendent.
F0AED & STOKES,
ANCHOES. ROPE AND
HARNESS AT SAN FRANCISCO
A Enll Line of House
AT THE O. R. &. X. DOCK.
A. V. Allen,
(Kt'CKS.,K TO PAGE & ALLEN.)
Vlioles.ile and retail denier In
Glass and Plated Ware,
TUOPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
For lame Back", Side or Chest use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster, Price 25 cents.
For sale by W. E. Dement.
yr?3--x'iAr j -.zt
"P C. HOIiDEN,
NOTARY PUBLIC, '.
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND IN
rjELO P. JPABKEK.
Clatsop ConHty,aad City of Aataria
Office : Chenamus street, T. MVC A.4SS&
Room No. 8.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
3-Offlce in Pythian Building. Rooms U,;U
ASTORIA, - -. - OREGON.
TAY TCTTIiK. M. I.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Rooms 1, 2, and 3. PytElka Build
ing. Residence. Oyer J. E. Thomas' Dras
Xjl P. MICKST
Rooms In Allen's building np stairs, corner
of Cass and Sqemocqhe stret .
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ChenamusS treet, - - ASTORIA, OREGON
J J. JONES.
Ship and Steamboat Joimer.
TB. J. E. IaFOKC,
Room li. Odd Fellows Buildlnjr, Astoria, Or.
Gas administered for painless extraction
WM. B. GRENELL,
It EAX ESTATE AGENCY.
CITY AND SUBURBAN PROPERTY, TIM
BER AND FARM LAND.
-Office next to F. L. Parker's Store, Cor.
Chenamus and Benton Sts.
GHAS. H. WILLIAMSOIf & C9.
General Commiision Broken.
Office corner Cass and Chenamus streets,
with John Rogers,
A General Agency business transacted.
GENERAL STEAMSHIP AGENCY.
Bills of Exchange on any
Part ol Europe.
1AM AGENT FOR TIE FOLLOWING
well known and commodious -Steamahtji
STATE LINE, RED STAR,
NATIONAL, and AMERICAN LINE.
Prepaid tlckrts to or from any European
For full information as to rates -of f&w,
sailing days, etc, apply to
J. H. D. GRAY.
Wholesale and rr tail dealer In.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED,
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wowl, Etc
LIME, SAND, AND CEMENT.
General storage and-Wharfage loo reason
able terms. Foot of Ber ton-street. Astort.
Oregon. . ,