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St Mary's Hospital.
Driving the Spiko.
During the year ending Septomber
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 1633 1
-The Garnoch arrived out on the
The Butte Miner describing the last
RniL-n ceremonies, aaid: President
15, 1833, there were four hundred Villard now advanced, and holding
and sixty-ouo patients admitted to the aloft a spike, said: "Gentlemen, thia
hospital, besides a large number of w tho apike which is to bo driven. It
HUb VU1UCU auiftD, . VUU CwW
A Juicy Bcelitcalc
cooked to perfection is what you can
get at Frank Fabre?.
The count' court will meet next
Monday and sit as a board or equalization.
Frank Fabre ha3 removed
chop house to tho old stand on Water
out patieuts were treated. IS early
every disease and injury that the hu
man flesh is heir to was represented in
tho patients admitted; and persons
from every clime and nation met hero
to obtain relief from their different
hJB ailments, requiring quite a number of side,
important surgical operations and
Out of these four hundred and
is not a
plainly soe, but a rusty spiko the
first spike driven in the brat rail ever
laid upon the Northern Pacific rail
road." He then took tho spike, travo
it a blow er two, and handing the
hammer to Mrs. Yillard, she struck it
for her little boy who stood by hor
At this juncture Mr. Rod
Duplex Guirnmc Ueli.
Persons wishing to purchase them
will call on J. W. Conn, who is agent
for them, at his Drus Store opposite Oc
TH.., " :: : -n
it.u-juunmuaw, win ue . onp nt fourteen
around Portland to-day and leave for & rat8 of mortality amountinR spike" to its final resting place.
to a little more than three per cent.
The Portland which has been The cause of the deaths were as fol
finishing cargo at Knappton crossed Iowa: Stab from knife, 1; gunshot, 3;
to sea yesterday afternoon. delirium tremens, 1; purpura hae
-Dr. K. C. Boatman has located inorrhagica, 1 ; pneumonitis, 1; gener-
I i i i i i j: r
- n. -. j , f j i ai Tjaraivaia, x; v.uvuiar uisea.se oi
rooms 9 and 10 Odd Fellows building.
The Iiavcnsioncdalc expects 8,400
sacks of grain to-day to complete car
go. She now has about 18.000 sacks
YiUard's excursion cost nearly
$300,000; the most expensive and
extensive affair of the kind in the
Mr. Crow, father of J. W. Crow
of Kjiappa, and S. B. Crow of this
city was brought down from Knappa
last Monday afternoon suffering from
a paralytic stroke. X o serious results .
A petition is being circulated ad
dressed to the secretary of tho inferi
or, dftniandinz that the land &rant of
tho Oregon Central Railroad compa
ny be declared forfeited and thrown
open to public settlement.
Mr. Clark, who has a logging
camp on Blind Slough, about four
miles from Knappa has not been
heard from for several days, and his
friends for a variety of reasons arc
anxious to learn his whereabouts.
Messrs. Stone & Davidson have
begun a general commission business,
and bay and sell all manner of domes
tic produce. They also have the As
toria agency for several lumber mills,
and transact sales in that as well as
other departments of business.
Kaarly thirty jears' accumulation
of papers was destroyed at tho Olym-
pia land office) by the recent tiro at
that place. The Register says it will
involve an enormous amount of work,
necessitating refiling, duplication of
papers, etc. Tho matter may prove a
prolific sourco of litigation.
Yillard loft Portland in a special
train for Xew York last Monday.
Telegraphic orders for a clear track
went ahead, and ho proposes to go to
St. Paul as fast as an engine can take
him. There arc various rumors about
tho Transcontinental olection next
"Wednesday, but they are not worth
heart, 1; consumption, 3; old age, 1;
strangulated hernia, 1.
The cases of consumption did not
originate in this climate, but the vic
tims were foreigners and either sailors
The above report speaks well, not
only for our climato but for tho man
ner in which the hospital is conducted.
There is not, wo believe, another hos
pital in tho United States that
can show as low a rate of
mortality. The Sisters of Charity
conducting the hospital, deserve great
credit for the good work they are do
ing. Dew can appreciate the amount
of labor necessary to wait on thirty or
forty patients, and it would well re
pay anyone to to through the wards
when they are all occupied and see
the various phases of disease and in
juries requiring aid. Few know what
a life of sacrifice and devotion to work
is that of a sister of charity. Surely
there will be a rich reward in that
other and better world where sickness,
pain and death never linger.
We blazon heroic deeds of men and
crown those who win the victories of
life; their names are written on the
scrolls of fame and their memories
perpetuated on the muster rolls of
history; but no less worthy of jirabe
is the quiet, lowly, unassuming sister
of charity who unostentatiously de
votes her existence to the alleviation
of suffering in its most hideous forms
and consecrates her life to a high idea
of self-imposed duty.
Leggat, of this city, cried out: "Gen.
Grant, drive the spike home! The
crowd took up the cry, and the old
veteran, in respoase to the call, took
the hammer and drove the 'Mast
ing this time two pieces of artillery,
manned by a squad of military,
were Gred in quick succession for
several minutes, and thus amid re
joicings and cheers of the crowd, the
beating of drums and braying of trum
pets, and the booming of cannon, an
event which will pass into and become
a part of .the history of the Nation, as
well as a part of the history of Mon
tana, was consummated.
Dinner at "J EFF'S-CHOP HOUSE
overy day at 5 o clock, i ne oest as cent
meal m town ; soup, fish, seven kinds of
meats, vegetables, nie. pudding, etc. A
glass of S. F. Beer, French Claret, tea or
coffee included. All who have tried
him say Jeff is the "BOSS."
Roscoe Dixon's new eating house
is now ODen. Everything has been fit
ted up m first-class style, and his well
known reputation as a caterer assures
all who like good things to eat, that at
ins place tney can do accommodated.
The finest flavored Ice Cream at
Frank Fabre's, Odd Fellows building.
Physicians prescribe Brown's Iron
Bittera for indigestion, weakness, law
A rr -mi mniii ini-wmhle tiv Indi
gestion, Constipation. Dizziness. 'Loss of
appetite, Yellow Skin? ShHolfs Yital-
izer is u po.suivi; uwrc. rorsairuj t.
C. B. COOPER, GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
save m: ;ey
Time, Labor anu ?.
BY SUBSCRIBING Wini
Subscriptions received for auy Periodical
In the world.
Special rates If several Papers and Maga
zines are ordered at once.
Prices of periodicals given on application.
It will certainly pay you to call before sub-
bcniuiig or Riving an oruer ior your periodi
cal reading matter.
Order Early and Save Delay.
Special Announcement !
THE I X L
The Leading Dry Goods
Clothing House of Astoria,
G. H. BAIN & CO.
Doors. Windows, Blinds, Transoms
Turning. Bracket Work.
A Xasal Injector free with each
bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh itemedy
Price "i0 cents. Sold by V. E. Dement
will you coiiii when Shiloh's
1 cive'imincdiate relief. I'rice
Cure will eive
10 cts CO cts nnd Si. .Sold by V. li. De
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy a post
live cure for Catarrh, Dinthcria and
Canker Mouth. Sold by W. K. Dement.
I talk about homo because I am
rarely there and men like to talk
most about what they know least
about. "There is no place iike
home." Even thosa who live in
boarding houses touchingly warble
that song. Home is more to a woman
than to a man. A man who has no
home is a social tramp. With a woman
it is different; she wants a home,
but does not always have a chanco to
get it. Woman feeds upon affection.
She is never happy sjntil he gets
her ideal man, and then she is cast
down to Gud another woman s pho
tograph and lovo letter in his overcoat
But a man gets Ins home, lot,
house, mortgage, mechanics lien and
all. Ho has all but the mortgage, and
the mortgage has him. All of a man's
life except what he spends at the
, i , , , i- - , ,, ,
mifitinir. is unent in hi home. Man xue Dest medicine or tno age ior
is great in his own house; if he is not quicniy curing moigesuon, nervous-
a king, he is at least a pnnco consort.
Many aro like tho man who, on being
nominated, tor lieutenant governor
said: "lou have nominated the
right man for the right place. I have
been lieutenant-governor ever smco I !
married." It. J. Burdetic.
"Hackmetack." a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents.
Sold by W. E. Dement
Hale's II one v ok IIoueiiound
and Taj: overpowers the most trouble
Pike's toothache drois cure m
The weak, worn, and dyspeptic
should take Uot.den s .liquid uisef
Tonic. Ask for Colucn s, of druggists.
A specialty, and all work guaranteed.
Oak, Ash, Kay, and Walnut lumber ; Ore-
rou and Port Orford Cedar.
All kinds of boat material on hand.
C. H.I5AIS & CO.
Xo. 4. First St. - - Portland. Oregon.
ness, etc., is Brown's Iron Bitters.
For Dyspepsia andLiver Complaint.
vou nave a printed ciiarantee on even
bottle of Shiloh's Yitalizer. It never
fails to cure. Sold by W. E. Dement
A Question Asked Mr. Villard.
The Asteria chamber of coramerco
yesterday sent a telegram to Honry
viiiard at bt. rani, asking him ir a
guarantee could bo given that the
Astoria and Forest Grove railroad
would be built for 30,0(Xra mile, and
terminal facilities furnished without
chargo at Astoria, what action ho
could take in the mattor. His reply
will bo awaited with interest. He
will probably refer the chamber to the
advertisement now running in the
Oreqonian where the O. & C. R. R.
Co. gives notice that it has Bled sup
plementary articles of incorporation
Thu3 saith the (Jregrontcm:
Celebrations and sich have yielded
well this summer notwithstanding tho
drouth. Wo had a three days' Fourth
of July and then we had Beecher and
General Sherman, and then tho last
spike, and here is tho stato fair with
its usual accompaniments, and the
next thing will be the mechanic's fair.
All these put together have furnished
our citizens with a wild hilarious
summer, but they must not forget
that the winter is coming when no
man can celebrate. But wo are now a
terminus, so what's the odds.
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
A NY PARTIES AVIIO II AVE PICKED
JJL ill) canro lettlsoncd from sieamshm
Queen of the Pacific, are hereby notified to
deliver ttie same to E. A. Noyes. at O. It &
N. Co.. taking his receipt for all oods de
livered to nun. rames remsing or negiect
intr to make such deliver. or to notify the
undersigned of the goods In their possession
will be prosecuted tot lie full extent of the
Agent Board of Underwriters.
Clothing made at reasonable prices,
and satisfaction guaranteed.
Gas and Steam Fitting
TVONE BY RUDDOCK & "WHEELER. AT
XJ fair rates. Also a complete stock of
goods m our line, tstlmates given ana
Cass street. In rear of I O O F building,
next to uas co s ouice.
HOUSE, SIGN, AND CARRIAGE
Papar Hanging. Kaisomining, Etc.,
And all kinds of work in my line done in a
prompt and satisfactory manner.
f37"Sliop next east of Grace Church.
For the next 10 days we will make a
liberal discount on all ffoods bought to
the amount of 10.00 and over previous
to the arrival of our fall and winter goods.
Fine Silks and Velvets Reduced,
Fine French and English Dress Goods
Blankets and Flannels Reduced,
Hosiery and Underwear Reduced.
Our stock of Clothing and Gents'
Furnishing Goods is the largest in the
Dress Suits reduced,
Business Suits reduced,
Gents' Fine Underwear reduced,
Hats and Caps reduced,
Boots and Shoes reduced.
I. X. L.
The twenty-third annual Oregon
utato fair opened at Salem last Mon- "authorizing the corporation to engage
day. Some fine horses and cattle are in new enterprises, to increase ita pre-
on exhibition; the agricultural display lerred or common capital stock, or
is somewhat slim. The races attract both, and to construct and equip a
the most attention. The first, race railroad and telegraph lino with all
Monday afternoon, for $200 was won necessary branches from a point at or
bv G. Buss's bav stallion. MetroDol- near Forest Grovo in Washington
Dr. Pierco's "Pleasant Purgative
Pellets" are suyar-coated, and inclosed
in glass bottles, their virtues being
thereby preserved unimpaired for any
length of time, in any climate, so that
thev aro always fresh and reliable.
Xo cheap wooden or pasteboard boxes.
Best Custom Work. Koots and Shoes,
Can he had at I. J. Arvold's, next to
City Book Store. Ladies and centlcmen
call there for tne finest fittiiis boots and
shoes, and lowest prices. Perfect fit
Oysters, Oysters, Oysters,
at the Astoria Oyster depot; a stew,
fry, pan roast, or raw at Frank Fabre's.
itan, in three minutes.
The Seattle Post-Intdligenctr
"gives tho whole business away" by
showing that all the "spseches" made
at tho last spiko driving weru manu
factured m JSew xork, and sent to
rarious newspapers in Oregon and
Washington Territory. The Astoui-
ax was not honored with advance
sheets but it published the speeches
all the same.
county, Oregon, to Astoria, in Clatsop
county, Oregon, to connect with its
existing railroad, and to operate and
maintain the same aud carry freight
and passengers thereon and receive
tolls for the same."
J ust what v lilarti s little game is,
is as Dundreary would say "One of
those things that no fellah can find
For a Neat Fitting: Boot
Or Shoe, go to P. J. Goodmans, on Che
namus street, next door to I. W. Case.
All coods or the best make and Guaran
teed quality. A tun stock; new goous
constantly arriving. Custom work.
When You Come to Astorin
and want a nice nan roast, go to Frank
J? abre s, at ins oiu stand.
to cheer and comfort, at Frank Fabre's,
nt ms old stand.
Will Close at Eight.
A communication signed 'Travel
ler in a recent issue of tho New
Bedford Standard, complains of tin
inadequate service between this port
and Oregon. Traveller refers to the
steamer Pelican, Umpire City, and
states that he made the journey six
years ago on thoso vessels. Few
cnanges tatce place in six years in a
town like New Bedford, but if Travel
ler would come out hero again he
would find a wonderful improvement
in the -country, and steamship lines as
well managed, and probably better
equipped than any he would leave at
home. S. F. Commercial Ifcws.
We the undersiened merchants of Time, labor and risk by subscribing at
our places of
business at eight o'clock sharp (Satur
day excepted) begining Wednesday
September 19th, until April tho first
1884: C. H. Cooper, M D Kant.
PraelBros., H E Manuel, I .1 Ar-
volcL Ed D Curtis & Co., SDanziger,
R. Linn, P S Goodman, J A Mont
gomery, Magnus 0 Crosby, S Schlus-
sel, N Loeb, Bergman & Berry, Wher
ry & Co.j D A Mcintosh, A "VanDu-
sen & Co. , E R. Hawes, Chas. Heii- j
born, Warren & Thompson, Wilson &
Fisher, Chas Eberlo, Geo W Hume, I
W Case, M Wise and Marcus Wise.
magazine you want
ruins is to notify stockiioldeks
X that oue-half at a share of stock will be
sold. Any stockholder wishing to buy same
mast maice it Kuown uciure uct. l. S83.
Astoria, Sept. 13, 1S55, td
Examination of Teachers.
HUE QUARTERLY EXAMINATION OF
aunllcants for teachers, certificates win
be held at my onlec, opposite the Catholic
churrh. on Friday and Saturday, the 2Sth
anu -;u msu, commencing at s a. m.
11. oliUUt ,
til Co. Supt. Instruction.
County Treasurer's Notice.
milERE IS MONEY IN THE COUNTY
L Treasurv to nav all Coitntv Orders -"re
sented nrior to October 13th. 182. All such
orucrs win cease to uraw interest ancr mis
Troas. Clatsop County.
Astoria. August 'JOth. lSS.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TIIATTHE
Li time for the completion of the assess
ment roll of Clatsop county for ISSG, has
been extended to the hist Monday, the 21th
davof Sentember. 18S!: and at that time
sattl roll will be completed and in the hands
oi tne itoarti oi tmtniizauon. at tne court
house in said countv when ail ncrsons Inter
ested are required to appear aud make ob
jections to sucu assessment anu roil u any
AY. W. PARKER,
County Assessor ClatsoD Co . Oini.
Astoria, Sept. 1, 1SS3. dtd
rUONGYEE GEE HAVING GONE TO
Wi China has sold his interest to Won:
"V:th, who will continue the business under
the .same sum. lie has all Kinds ot C hina
goods. Tea, luce, and Oil.
AIho Asent for China JLabor.
WONG KEE, i
LUM KONG GEE,
scplT lm rartners.
SASH AND DOOR FACTORY,
AND PLANING- MILL.
X full ctrwiV nt linmn ttifinvtfafttilrl fTilsvrtc
nnt.ctni.ti,. I...,,, i - i khid and cannerv woric. iiorscsnoeincr.
opiiumi Huei'MUii yivun iu uruerb. i Ruaranteeo.
Your patronage so
C. H. COOPER,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS BUILDING, ASTORIA.
G. A. STINSON & CO.,
At Capt. Rogers old stand, corner of Cass
anu uourc streets.
All work guaranteed.
FIRST QUALITY LUMBER.
IS IN THE FIELD AND PItOPOSES TO
W'fl will t.ikR nrilprn fnr lnmhr frnm lofl
rarf Pine Phciinc Wntrhoc I to "TOM., at the mill or delivered.
OOdl I I II lot UllulllOj V Y dllrlluOj I We also manufacture lath and shingles of
Of every description.
The lliust stock of Jewelry In Astoria.
ST-All Koods warntntedasrepresented
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
Flooring a Specialty .
Address all orders
WESTPORT MILL CO.
S. O, Bexneu, Supt.
TO TRADE WITH ME !
Seasirle Bakery & ConTectionery.
Because my-Goods are the Best,
and Always Fresh.
Cakes Candies etc., furnished for "Wedding
parties, on short notice, and guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction.
Cake ornamenting a specialty.
Opposite ii. W. Hume's.
Notice to Taxpayers of School
District No. 1 8.
THE SCHOOL TAX rOIt SCHOOL Dis
trict No. 18. Clatson countv. state of Or
egon, is now due, and the School Clerk will.
nc louixi nt ms omce on west ctu street,
near Wall street, to receive and receipt for
Taxes unpaid after sixty days from the
date oi tin notice win oe ueiuiquenr.
Save extra cast and pay your tax.
Clerk School District No. 18.
Astoria. Sept. 5, i&S. septc-lm
New Styles in Hats!
Notice to the Public.
The Empire Store
has rc-oucned and displays some hand
some uress gooos.
LL PARTIES INDEBTED TO ME AllE
iu the hands ot Shclman E. Morton, for col-
notillcd that I have placed my accounts
The splendid Al British,
Received at the Occident Store.
The First Shipment
Of Boots and Shoes from eastern manu-
lacipncs 10 vMona. via uie uniiurn wm g0 on the berth at Astoria, on or about.
Pacific will arrive this week, for I. J. the 10th of SEPXEiUiEU.
FOR LIVERPOOL DIREGT.
Silks, SatlnH, Dress Good,
at Prael Bros.
Fine. ClotUni anil Gents' InriisMi-Goots
Largest Stock and Finest Goods
There are ten inmates of the
county jail, Tom Dalzm on a chargo
of killing "Win. Duncle at Clatsop,
Mark Kyle awaiting preliminary er
animation on a charge of stealing a
horse; C. W. Thompson, awaiting the
action of the grand jury on a charge
of robbery; Jno. Dubois on th"o same
charge; Mollio Moran and Slamie
Hart serving sentence; Jos. Reynolds new two cent letter postage stamp on
on a charge of selling liquor at Wcst-
This is the second anniversary of
Pres't Garfield's death: but the
New York Sun hasn't found it out
You are out a treat, and don't you for
get it, if you miss Jt.Fh 'a Dinner every
day from 5 to 8. Soups, fish, eieht kinds
ot meat, vegetables, pies, puddings, coi-
ice, tea, wine, a. r . oeer, or iniiK. jjiii-
ncr 25 cents.
Have Wistar's balsam of wild cherry
alwaj-s at hand. It cures couglis, colds,
new lock for mail pouches will fluenza. consumption, aud all throat and
go into use simultaneouslv with the luns complaints. 50 cents andjSl a bot-
port without a license, and three
occasionals who will be out in a few
In type as in articles of wear,
there are changing modes and fasliions.
The Astorian job office lias received
over twelve hundred dollars worth of
new typo which can be made up into
various styles and patterns to suit our
customers. The Astoeian joh office
has as fine an assortment of type aB
any office in the northwest; wo buy
our paper and stock in large quanti
ties of first hands for cash, aud will
a ran tec to ao work as cheap as it
can be done in Portland or elsewhere.
Whether you only want a bunch of
rwting cards or 500 copies of a bound
book, send in for a bid. .
Oct. 1. Fifty thousand keya have
been sent out to t)ostmastBrs and
For the cenulne J. 11. Cutter, old
other 'persons authorized to have them and San Francisco beer, call at the Gem
They were sent in separate registered opposite the bell tower, and see Camp-
envelones anri avnrtr mm n' tdnm I ueii.
reached its destination.
thousand of the new locks have been
distributed. They are of corrugated
steel, and are lighter aud are said to
be stronger than those now in use.
All the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the choicest
Eertumery, ana toilet articles, etc- can
e boucht at the lowest nrices, at J. W.
uonn's aruc store, opposite- uciuen
Tor Freicht and rates of Insurance apply
to .Messrs. UAi.tuuit, uuiiiuiis cu..
tf Or to P. Ii. CHEEKY, Astoria.
The new Steamer
BABBAGK. - Master.
THOIt SAILING DATES AND I'AltTIClT-
X1 larsannlv to J. G. HUSTLER. Main
street Wharf, Astoria : ALLEN . LEWIS.
roruand ; J . u. qlxm xiuarnooK.
FOE, LONDON DIRECT ! !
The splendid iron Barque Al
638 Tons Keslfilcr,
PRIDEATJX. - - MASTER.
Anv account remaining unpaid after the
SOth of this month will he handed to my at
torney ior iejr.li action inereon.
-ftTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
J.1 undersigned has been annolnted by the
countv court of the county of Clatsop.
of the estate of ILen a. Parker, de- TAILO R, CLOTHIER, HATTER and GENTS FURNISHER.
ceased : an persons navinc claims azainsi.
said estate are hereby requested to present
the same to tne unaerstgneu ac nis ouice on
Chenamus St.. near comer of Benton St.. in
the city of Astoria, iu said county, within
six months lrom mis uaie.
. W. PAKKE1J,
Administrator of the Estate of
Hazen A. Parker, deceased.
Astoria, Aiur. CO, 1S83, d&wot
Grace Church Parish School.
Bear of Church Building.
THIS SCHOOL WILL KE-OPEN MON
dav. September 3.1SS1. The moral train-
iiif- of the ch'ldren will be carefully watched,
and made a special point. In addition to
the oruinarv course oi siuuy mere win De
Instruction in tne elements oi vocal jin-
hIp. Draivincr and Caustnenlc.H. II
found desirable or expedient, classes will be
formed in Hiclier Mathematics. Botany. As
tronomy, Auvanceu .music ana Drawing,
for which light extra cnarges win ue maue.
Terms 2 a month, strictly in advance.
BEV. M. D. "WILSON. - - Bector
MISS ANNIE W. CURTIS: - Principal
MISS M. C. TKKNCUAKD, - Assistant
For further particulars apply to
REV. M.D. "WILSON.
SAL 3VE O 1ST
Good Stand to "Rent.
llooms suitable for a barber shon and
bath, or for other purposes can bo had
oi Li. i. jonnson, on the itoauway.
aces, Lace, Itsces.
at PraelBros. Empire Store: all styles
anu prices, borne nne qualities.
The Peruvian svriiD has cured thou
sands who were suffering from dyspep:
:ia,uuuuuy, aver complaint, uoiis, iru
mors, temaie complaints, etc Painpn
lets free to anv address. Seth W. Fowlf
In cases for the above named port in lots
For terms of freight and insurance apply
to suit Shipper-, and having large en-
caeemenLs will be
ie qidckly dispatched.
WHOAL IT MAY CONCERN. ALL
tinsr ud canro lettl
Queen of the raclflc,"
ner-ons pickins up canro lettisonea
.Ladles Bnyins Tor Fall IVcar
should see those liandsome goods aud
trimmings at the Empire Store.
Brace un the wholo svstp.m wit ) TTlna
in m iiiwu. oco iuvemseracnt.
Rotrers Bros. Plated warn iml Wncf-
enholm cutlery at Jordan & Bozorth's,
Two front rooms for rent,
at Mrs. Munsons.
SmLOIl'S (IlTTll? will i
I . , ItUUlWUIttilCi j
inquire relieve croup, whooplnz couch and
oroucuiiis. com oy yy. js. uement
SIBSON. CHUBCn & Co.
Or to P. J. cuEiiKx , Astoria.
LATH AND SHINGLES,
In Quantities to suit at Short Notice
STOXE & lAV1DSOV.
hereby notified to deliver same at O. B. &
N.Co.'s Main street dock, file their claims
for salvage and take receipts for goods de
livered. Persons olcklnc un this property
are known and are hereby warned that they
will be prosecuted li aoove is not compnea
with. E. A. NOYES.
6tf Ageuc Oregon itaiiway iav. jo.
CTnrE HUNDRED CORDS DRY ILEM-
JL lock Wood, which I will deliver at the
linnj nf imetnmprs ior S4 a cord.
Draylng or all kinds done at reasonable
Ed. D. Curtis & Co.
STYLE AND FINISH.
A COMPLETE STOCK.
S. B. CROW,
Corner Benton and Sqnemoqua Streets,
East of the Court House .
Ajaterla, - - - - Oru
rates. n. n. aj-ajiiun.