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Astoria, Oregon, Wednesifaj Morning, June 20,883.
. Good. Old Man Gone
Last Monday evening, the ISth
insu, the most Reverend F. N.
Blanchet, D. D. arclibishop of
Oregon, died at St.-Yincent's hos
pital, at Portland in the 8Sth year
of InVage. ITe was born at Que-
dbee, Canada, September o, 1705;
and was ordained July IS, 1819.
At that time Oregon was simply
the name given to a territory ex
tending along the PaciGc coast
from latitude 42 deg. to oi deg.
40 mm. X., until finally, in 1S4G
the year of the accession of Pius
IX. to the see of Peter all the
territory south of the 49th parallel
was ceded to the United States.
In April 1S3S, Archbishop Sig-
jnTv Instructed two ol his mission
aries the Very Rev. F. X. Blanch
et and the Rev. Modesto Demers,
to take charge of the mission
situated between the Pacific
ocean and the Rocky mountains"
a mighty charge for two men;
but the men were apostles, and
therefore us full of practical zeal
as of practical faith. Father
Blanchet was vicar-general, with
(Father Demers as assistant.
The journey of the devoted
missionaries to their new mission
was a long and most laborious one,
familiar enough in the early Amer
ican history, though almost incom
prehensible to us in these days of
. rapid and. easy transit. They la
bored on their route, baptizing
and confirming in the faith many
Indians, who at various forts gath
ered to meet the long-looked-for
black-gowns," as they were call
e"3. Their destination, was Fort
Vancouver, which thev reached
November 24, 1S3S.
Vancouver was at this time the
principal fort of the Hudson Bay
Company, and this the mission-H
arics, Blanchet and Demers, made
their headquarters, while for four
A years they toiled unaided up and
down the wjde domain of their
mission. The letters of these
t fathers describing their work and
surroundings were full of interest
and afforded valuable material for
t history. They learned the Indian
tongue and taught the natives
prayers and doctrines of the church
in their own language: Father
Demers attending more to the In
. dians, and Father Blanchet to the
In 1S4C he was made bishop,
and in 1S7S, after 32 years of ar
duous labor Bishop Seghers was
. appointed coadjutor-to Archbishop
BUncfect, whose long life in the
cause of Christ and his church,
icalled for some assistance in his
On July -3, 1S79, Archbishop
Seghers, the coadjutor, arrived in
5PorUand and was received by the
veneroble founder of the diocese,
surrounded by his clergy and
faithful flock. In a few words of
touching- simplicity and sweetness
the aged prelate received and wel
comed his youthful co-laborer to
the field where he had planted and
sowed and reaped so well. After
initiating Archbishop Seghers into
'the work of the diocese, the ven
erable man chose wholly to retire
from the scene of his active labors,
and published his farewell pas
toral on the 27th day of Februa
ry, 1SS1, announcing the accept
ance bv the holy father of his res
jignation, from which we make an
"After sixty-two years of priest
hood; after forty-three ye'ars of
toilsome labor on this coast; after
an 'episcopate of thirty-six years;
after thirty-five years spent at the
head of this ecclesiastical prov
ince, Tire may say with the
Apostle St. Paul: "The. time of
ydi5olution is at hand. I have
finished ray course.' 'Let, there
fore, the Lord dismiss his servant
ntpeace, for truly my eyes have
seen the wonderful works of his
- lVatori. We came. - to this
,COntry, accompanied by the late
Afoocste Demers, the first bishop
"tvfVancouver's island, in 1S3S, to
pcii tha true gospel for the
first time; and where then we saw
KoUuog bt darkness and the
s&iiMdowo.deafh,' we i have now
flourishing dioceses and vicariates,
prosperous mission5", a zealous
clergy, fervent communities, and a
Catholic people of whom we ex
pect great works and noble
Since that time he has resided
at St. Vincent's hospital, passing
his last days in reading, writing
and making occasional visits, un
til in the ripeness of his old age he
was plucked from the tree of life
by the angel of death.
He "Threw Out a Hiut."
A subscriber to the S.ivanmih
Record sends the follewing:
"When a Georgia, farmer found
out that his sou John was spark
ing a certain farmers daughter
for a year or more without set
tling any question, he called him
out behind the stack and -said to
"John, do you love Susan Tink
er?' "I guess 1 do, dad."
"And does she love you?"
"That's what I duuno, and I'm
'fraid to ask her."
"Well, you'd better tluow out a
few hints to-night and find out.
It's no use wearing out boot leather
unless you aie going to marry
That night at ten o'clock John
came home a wieck. His face
was all scratched up, his ear was
bleeding, his hat was gone, and j
h back was covered with mud.
"John! John! What on earth
is the matter?" exclaimed the old
man, laying down his paper.
'Bin orer to Tinker's,' was the '
"And and "
"And I- threw out a feu hints to
"What kind o' hints?" ,
"Why, I told her I'd been hoof.
ing it two miles four nights out of j
the week for the last year, to sot i
up with her while she chawed i
gum and sung through her nose, j
and now I reckoned it uas time
for her to brush her teeth, andj,
darn up her stockihs,cure the bi!e
on her chin and tell the old folks ,
that we're engaged."
"And her father bounced you?" ,
"No, dad, no; there's where I'm
consoled. It took the whole I
gasted family, including Susan,!
two hired men and three dogs,
and then I wasn't moic'n half.
licked. I guess we moved on Vm
too soon, dad 1 guess it wasn't
quite time to throw out hints."
A great many-prominent citi -
a , -
zens of the Eastern States are con -
templatmg trips to the north Paci
fic region this summer and fall.
Among those mentioned are Hen-!
ry Ward Beecher and Genera! '
Sherman. The General is about'
to retire from the :inn and will i
leave Washington about the 20th
of June on his journey across the
continent, the last tour he will
make as General of the army. His
party will consist of Chief Justice
Waite and Justice Gray of the
Supreme Bench, and Gen. Tid
ball and Col. Bacon ot his staff.
They will go by rail to ib.. iaul,
and thence to Fort Ellis, Montana,
where they will be provided with
an escort and outfit for an over
land journ ey, reaching Washing
ton Territory some time during
The Mongols ascertained the
number of enemies slain by cat
ting off the right ear of each of
the dead. In 1239 they collected
270,000 of these from the plains of
Russia, and after the battle of
Leighnitz in 1241 fiilled with
right ears twelve enormous sacks.
Iiiterestinr to everyone is the
case lately referred to by the
Brooklyn Eagle. It was told by
Mr. YT. A. Davenport, connected
with the house of Messrs.
Butler, Pitkin & Go., 47G Broad
way, New York, and concerned
the marvelous cure of Mr. Ezra D.
Clarkson, near Newark, N. J., of
a terrible case of rheumatism,
which other remedies had failed
even to alleviate. He was on his
way to a hospital when Mr. Da
venport met him and induced him
to try St, Jacobs Oil, with tho re
Croup, Whooping Couch and Eron
chitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's
Cure. Sold ly Wt E. Deraeat.
A Ton of Tiout in Half an Hour.
Yesterday morning, about ten
o'clock, one of the men who was
working alongside the Lake Big
ler wood flume at the lumber-yard
in Carson called out to the men
below that all the fish ;n lake
Bigler were coming down the
flume. A second later a school of
fish struck the apparatus which is
placed in the flume to turn sticks
of timber over the edge of the
flume, and being suddenly de
flected, they fell all over the work
men. The water was fairly hri.st
ling with trout and suckers, and
they came in irregular numbers,
about six inches long and all
alive. Nearly a ton of the fish
fell under the flume, and the
workmen took them away in
baskets. A ton of fish in half an
hour is about the best score on
record in Nevada. It is believed
that they were crowded into the
supply pond of the flume by tho
storm, and then driven into the
flume in bunches of say two or
three dozen in a bunch. They
would strike the deflector and
fly in all directions. This thing
was kept up for nearly half an
hour, when ihey got beautifully
less, and then ceased coming alto
gether. They erc mostly brook
trout. Carson Appeal.
The Crow Indians have been
caught putting rock in the bales
of hay they sell to the govern
ment. The day is not far distant
when all Indians will be civilized
enough to vote.
,. . , ,
This powder ncwr aries. A man el o
.iunt,MivmrtIi and ttlijlesonu-ness. More
i economical tlian the ordinary kiuilt, and
J cannol be sold In competition with the mal-
j t,.tH(U'1 of lfm ,teit Pf1 weiglit. alum or
i phosphate ponders. 6W onlji in emu. Ho-
1 amukims powdkr Co.. ioc Waii-M. N. Y.
hfc STOMACH 0
Jlostcttcr'? Stomach Bitters oimLo tlm r
quirements of tho rational medical phil jo
pny which at present prevail?. It is a per-
jvij I'uio c6cmuiu ruiucuy, cmurnClDK IDC
three important properties of a preventive, a
tonic and an alterative Jt fortifies thebody
against disease, inriiroratcs and revitalizes the
torpid Ftomnch and liver, and effects a salu
tary chance in tho entire f)stcm.
For snle by all Dracrists and Deslew
IN THE CI RClTr COUNT OFTHE STATU
of Oregon, for Clatsop Conntv.,
Mary A. Leiuenweber and C. Lelnenweb
er PlatntiffR, s. c. fi. Glass, Defendant.
ToC. G. Mass, the alnne nameil defen
daut: Iu the name or the State of Oregon,
on are hereby reulred to appear and an
.swer the complaint filed against Jou In the
aboe entitled action, on.orbeforeTuesday,
August 7th. 18S3, .said day being the first dav
ot the next regular term of said Clrctift
Court : and if jou fcdl so to appear und an
swer for want thereof the plaintiffs will take
judgment against on for the possession of
the premises described In plaintiff's com
plaint : to wit the premises situate In Clat
Mip County, Oregon In sections twenty-fic,
twenty-sK. thirty -De, and thirty-six. and
Known and described as the Donation Land
Claim orT. 1. Powers and Man Powers his
wife, saving and excepting one lmndred and
thirty-five acres off the west side of said Do
nation Land Claim, together with the sum
Of nflV 1n1l.ir dnmnmil tlr U-ltlltmMltlr. nna.
, session of said premUes from plaintiffs and
lueiunnersuraoi eignty two SO 100, the
reuLs, Issues aud profits of said premises
and for the costs and disbursements of ac
tion. Tills summons Is served by publication
thereof In tho 1) ulv Aktoriax. pursuant
to an order made by the Hon. A. S. Bennett.
Judge of safd Court, which .said order was
made on May 22nd, 1883.
F. D. W1NTOX. ,
. . , ,. . . Attorney for Plalntlfls.
t Astoria, May 2th, lsst. wed
If V CELEBRATED f
HAI'K . iMpJ.
Heuralgia, Sciatica, Lumkago,
Backache, Soreness of thi Chest',
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Tooth, Ear and-Headache, Frosted
Feet and tarsand alfothan
Pains and Aches.
Ko PrtMntloa on eartlrraMls St. Jaoom Oil
u . safe, sure, simple and cheap External
Bnjfdj. A trial entail but the conptnUrely
triflicR outlay of CO Cents, and erery one suffer
ing with pain can biro cheap and poiUre proof
J)irectloai In Eleren Lanpasgea.
E0LDBT ALLDEUQQIBT8 AND DEALERS
IN MEDI0IHE. "
A. VOGEIiER & CO.,
Hattlmore, XcL, U. 8. A.
Earnest Hart, agent of tin: Iris);
political committee, revcal a state
ment as to the distressed condi
tion in Donegak Hesas 14,000
destitute persons :aro" living on,
dims from America. Four million
acres in Ireland have been alii
lowed to fall out of cultivation
He recommends reclamation of
waste lands on a largf scale by
large companies, to be divided in
to thirty acre farms.
A LETTER PPM tERMANY.
i .K.v,Jauuarj-9. ISJtL
.i r w "--. " -
tlrely recovered from my four cap.' -u tn-r-
ItiK. AH wlio ioow me wonder liow I,
who, for so many years had' no apiKtiio,
and could not sleep for ltackncln'.Mlti li
tT'WC l.mflf UTTTO 1 t - ...
In my .side, and general Mouuirh ifiiu
r. mill foTinrfil .fttitiali M.m. I
r. -v v i
iautus couki nave reco erol.
AnoIdladylnourclty,wliolia !-t-rtl ' x-"' .iix-ox. f. n. stick kls.
for many years from kldne.x dlv,. M niid, - -. .
the doctors had ghen her up. timkiw.M.f A TUT -THTT WfiflTff Ar f!n
your Pills, mid got more relief tlitiu xi.J ilt Hit dVHilOVll OC JJ.j
has from all the doctors. You tu . I nt-,i
J. VOX UM( nn;. i , Dealers In
beware of iMiTATiQHs. 'Stop CWleiT anfl GroGBries
The genuine are never sugar-en ilinl.
Pver- lox has a red wax wal on the l.d. ,
with the linprushion : McLnuc'h Mir
The cenulne 3IcL.ANlTS LlVKlt
PILLS iMSir the signature of C. 3U Ij-.iic
anul-letnlBgltroH. on the wmprHt.
Insist uon having thcgenuiiie'DIt. c.
McLuVXK'S LIATilt VlVUy, prepared l
riinnlng Bros., of Pittsburgh, I"si.. iV
market being full of imitations of
2SfiSSSSBSafd d"rc&""v- t
If vmir clnrlj-iwr .lrui. lima flii
genuine DIt. C. 3IcXANir n:i.:-
ItRATKD T.lKll pills, -end u a.-;
cent-, and wcwlfl send vonn box U imiil,
and nset of our ndvertlslng ainls.
FLEMIXa BROS;, Pll.sliiiigli.,'la.
NEVIJLLE ,& CO.
Pacific Net and Twine Co.
Sax FnANCisc-o, Airil lilh, IK:.
we have senta hiipply of IVe.' 30. 12-
itlv Aniilnn VAf aIi Cnltn.iti 'X'.i
Twlncto the care of A.M. JOHNSON i
v.u..vMunii, vviucii win ue mhu ni
low enougli ligmes to make it an object
for all net menders to use it for repairs,
In place of the more co.dIv Xo. -10. 12
Pl.v. Fishermen v ho have heretofore used
this grade of twine Sox repairs, claim
that the durability ot the. patch is equal
to the balance of the net, after the latter
has had a few weeks use. We think it
will be money in your pocket to try it.
For prices and samples apply to
A. MfJOIIXSOX & CO.. .
Xev Hie & Co. Sole Agents, I Q., VrinMn
31 and 33 California St. t ! Francbco.
GEO. Vf. HUME SAW MILL!
MANUFACTURERS ' DEALERS
LUMBER, SALMON TRAYS, BOXES, B3Cd
Office ami Mill
CORKER OF WEST 9TII AND VATpRSTS
Ice Delivered .to Order. -
IS PREPARED TO DELIA'ER THE BEST
quality of Ice at 2J4 cents iwr umind. iu
quantities from ica pounds up. to Hotels.
Saloons. Restaurants, or Families, leaving
their orders with him. Large quautltles of
Ice constantly on hand. tf
Ice Cream Fresh Every Baj'.a
ifmbia Transportation Co.
i in- jH.jin.nr sienmer
AVirirli ins iivn refitted fdr the comfort of
ii.i'fiitrnni leave WlLon and
FMier't lick every
Monday, Wednesday and'-Friday at 6
A it. arriving at Portland at 1 P. M.
Itel imiln, lea e Portland every
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 A. M.
Arriving at Astoria at 1 P. H.
An additional trip will be aatle on
Sunday of Each Week,
l-caviiij; Portland -at VcIeck
Sanday Meraikf:. -
I,a'eiigers by IhN
f.r S'inid ikK".
route connect at Kalaraa
TT T CnYTT
. jftjQj Steamer "Quickstep'
W.H.IiOBaOX, - MASTER
Is ready fnrrharter, for freight, towage, or
.'excursion "ivirtle's. v
Can be found at Coleman's dock. For
further particulars apply to
VYm.T. COIEifAX & Co's Agency.
Astoria pand Portland.
F. II SIIBKMAN', -
- - MASTER
Will make regular trips to Portland and
Astoria, leaving Burnett's dock, foot ofMor
rioii Mri-et, Portland, at C a.m. Saturdays.
And will leavu Wilson & Fisher's dock,
Astonaatc a. m. Tliursdajs.
Br-Prelght carried at reasonable rates.
Steamer " RELIC."
Wl LI, MAKE TRIPS AS
To YOUXGSIilYEK.Mondays, Wednesdays
Social trips as required.
Will leave Wilson & Fishers wharf at
O o'clock sharp, each morning.
: ' LEyISG.flAAVEN.
Upper Astoria. Master.
:iRE&DLAS STEAM PACfflJ
'Daisy," and Barge.
Will leaw Ahtoria,jrom Gray's Dock,
Fr Olney, and Head of Youngs River,
(in THntilnys. and Frldsya, at 8 A. X.
Itetnrtiing same day,
For landings on Lewis 3: Clark's Itfver,
On Yf cdacudaya, at 8 A. M
J'or ronmr's Camp,
Hetundng will leave
tor Astoria, on itai-
jvsiona i a i-.-jf.
iF-For Freight or PsL'isage, apply on board,
oral n), ITock, where Freight w 111 bo re-
tvlvcil and stored. If uecexsari.
J H d ORAY'
CROCKERY &. CLASS WARE.
ALso Wholesale Dealers in
! h....j.. am.. - t..i ....
y . ' """"" --
Tnliy. Arflsls' OH and Water
Color, lnint and Kalso
1 mine BrusIicN.
iSl TOffSSSS .TtiS
Coustaully on hand a full and choice stock
I -"est ivcji
ur slock or Crockery and Glass
M are I the I,arceMt and mast Complete
' Stock ever opened la Astoria.
Tea and Dinner Sets, Toilet Sets, lilass.
Fruit. :uid Water Sets.-Bar Fixtures. Ale
"Mugs. Ponies, Kitstic Bottles Goblets, Tum
blers Lemonade Cups, &c, &c.
Kverythlngsoldat I-owest Uvlng Bates.
An Rvamination will more than repay jou.
L,OEB .& CO.
lOBBKltS Uy; .
. .HT v.
AGENTS FOR THE
Best San Francisco Houses and
Eastern Distilleries. '
Tumblers Decanters, and All
v ,... . .
Kinds ofsaloon supplies.
X3fM goods sold at San Francisco Prices.
OpKMite Parker House. Astoria, Oregon.
No. .40 12-PIy
ATull Stock Now on Hand.
HENRY, D0AYLE & CO.f
51 L Market Street. Stem Fraaelses.
Sole ARentfor ttio'raciflc Coast.
On and after April 1st, 1883.
Ocean Steamers will salt from San Fran
cteeonde Portland feverT ikree days.
JTig,KpatSt..'vliarf;5iBn Francbco, at
10 SO A. JL. and Ainsworth Dock, Prirtland
ThroHsrk Tlcketn sold to all nrinefna
lcltiesln JheJInIted States, Canada and
Europe.. j i j
River nd Rail Division.
On and After March 18; ($83.
Trains leave Portland for Eastern rInts,
at r zX9 A. M. Stmdajs excepted.
KITER mvmax (Middle Calniabla).
Boats leave Portland for Dalles at 7 iOO
ii? 1 ., A130'; ""
Frl. I Sat
AtoriBdl I H J
- ! -,
l U IF'fllU'V
l'n- i i r m
DTton. OrljtAM,1 s
"Vleton.B&i AMf AM
.iTec Aiifr 'Portland t 6 s. m. daily ex-
cpi oaor. '
Fft will leave Astoria
, RetufslSr. '
d for Astoria.
-iPnllawa yWi A
lasd. WalU Wla a
-T JOHK MUIR,
Superintend en t'of Traffic
, A. L. STOKES Assist. SMpt. Trafflc.
- '- v j "Manager
Ilwaci Stcwn Navigation Go.'s
i.,uteBier "Gen. Miles,"
, "Will make tivo joundrtrips from
Astoria to Fort Canby. and llwaco,
.. CumBclBX Jhbc ?Iit, 1883,
Will leave Astoria, at 7 oV.leck A. M. and
kkturx, connecting rtth the O. R. & 2f. Co's
SteamerWide WesrV'toor from Portland.
'Aai leave Astifla aalB, ffor
'Ilwacrf.'tilreeC, atlVcIeck P.M.
u . After Jaly stkelther the.
Steamer Gen. Miles, or Gen. Canby,
Will make two round trim, dally. on
aectiRwlth tl)e 4'Wlde "West," (Sundays,
and Wednesdays excepted,) leaving
AHtorla at9 aVm. oa'Wedacsdays,
And 1 A.H. eHHHadays,
Direct for Canbv, and Hwaco.
On an after May 11, IS83. tralaa will run as
follows, DA1L? (Ezcopt Sundays),
Kclncra lTLAM and ULEAD iLE
Portland ..'7:30 A. u.llendale 10 Jo p. u.
Glewiale -1:00 A.m Portland 45p. v.
' ALBANY EXPRE88 TRAIN.
Portland.! A$.V. M.Lebanon.20 P. W
Lebanon 46 A. M.Portland10:03A.M
The Oregon and California Railroad Ierr
makes connection with all Hegular Trains on
Bgtween Portland and Corvnllln
Portland S.-flO A. M.Corralli3 4:30 P. M
Cexnllis ViSO A. M. Portland 3:20 P. il
J. . KXPKKS3 TKAIX
MdMlaBrttlc:45A.cPortIasd 8:30 a. v.
CIojo connections mad at Glendalewith
the Stages of tho Oregon and California Stage
aTkkets for sale at all the principal point?
in -California and the Eaflt. at Company'?
Corner F and front Sts.j Portland, Or.
Storage will be chard on freight remain
ing at Company WareaoiueOTor hours.
e'reiebt will nut be received for shipment
after $ o'clock P. M. on either the East oi
West tide Diviim.
JOHN MUIR, Sup't of Traffic.
A. I STOKES, Asst. Sup't. ot Traffic.
hoalwater.Bay Transportation Co.
Astoria to Olympla,
Fert Steveaa. Fert Casby, Ilwnro.
CaTe, Fetemaas Pelat. Ilo-
And all points on Shoal water Bay, and G ra
On Columbia River
" GEN. GARFIELD " Shoalwater liny
" MONTESANO " Gray's Harbot
Connecting with Stages o er Portages.
Leave Astoria for Olympla, st 7 A. M:
On Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
arriving at Hontesano Uic day after leaving
Astoria through, trip la 60 hours.
Leave Oiyrapla for Astoria on same days.
ASTORIA ? IL LOFT.
A. M.JCrHNSON & CO., PROPR'S.
HAVING CONSIDERABLY INCREASED
our facilities for meeting the demand of
Increase In boats this jear we would re
spectfully call the attention or
Aad all others needing sails, to this fact.
'Prices Same'as Last Year,
WORK STILL BETTER.
Drilling and Best 'Qnality of Rope
OutWork 1ms Given
Satifactionjfor Eight Years,
And shall be xaade to do so while we are In
NUW YORK ilFE.
Bas rat Dft ... ....M.M...... . .
Pnid ipaTh"L,BHseHl AHHalties.EHdowmeHta, etcialtjc
Increase In Insurance.....
'For f urtlier particulars, apply for AnnualTeport at the office. 4'at4MhMXT
SXRKET, POJtTIiA3fl, OK. - -,,
General Agent for Oregon and,WaAlaitoa Taultoqr.
We. the undersigned, take pleasure In declarrng our unqnaufled conlaotfontfta ft
W sri"V;UH CcbRBETT."'"'
PAUL HCIllLTZE, A. L. LINDSLEY, JAS.JK. KEUJEY KBNNKraUCAfLlAT.
DONALD MACLEAY, ' G.A.MOONEY. " TTTi
BOZORTH & JOHNS, Agents for Astoria, twhom all appllcatlonasaaaiaJte :
Doors, Windows, Blinds, Transoiai, Luatlatr.
All kinds of
Boat Material, Etc.
I Boats of all ZiLdslad .to(.CMw. i
-Orders from a distance promptly attended to, and sallsfactten guafait&A'aVUI
S. ARNDT & JFEROHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
Boiler Shop SEjpSB
All kinds of
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LA FAYETTE STREET. ,
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Bkntox Stkert, Near Parker Hocsk,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
BoilerWork, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. OTall DcKoripUoBH raade to Order
at Short Notice.
A. D. "Wass, Presedent.
J. G. H dstler. Secretary,
I. W. Case, Treasurer.
FOAP.D & STOKES,
ANCHOES. EOPE AND
HARNESS AT SAN FRANCISCO
A Full Line of House
- Furnishing Goods.
AT TILE O. R. &. X. iDOCK.
A. V. Allen
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Wholesale and retalldealer Id
Glass and Plated Ware,
-TKOI'ICAl AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS' AND VEGETABLES.
Wines, Liquors Jobacco.Cigars
For lame Back, Side or- Chest use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster, Pnee 25 cents.
For sale by W. E. Dement
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Gas administered for painleM ,estratfoa
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CITY AND SUBimBAKPROPKBTY.IM-
BER AND FARM LAND--fOffice
next to F. C ParJcers.tej, Cor.
Chenamus and Benton SU.
Ofilce corner Cas and CheaaHma'afceeii,
with John Rogers,.
A General Agency business transacted.
GENERAL STEAMSHIP ASUCY.
Bills of Exchange tu, tiy
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1AM AGENT FOR TIE TOLUWlH
well Known and commodtoas-9BMB
STATE LINE, RED STAB,
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Prepaid tickets to or from any S)
For full information as, to rates ef awa
saillnj: days, etc, apply to H.
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J. H. D.'(J&.
Wholesale aud refjul deiter la.
GROCERIES, FLflUR, AUTfEEl,
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wm etc
LIME, SAND, AM0 CEJKNT.
General storage and WbartafftXkaSaMMKw.
able terms. Foot qt-Ber. tea ateW-AJtori
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