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THURSDAY I ?.l MAY 22. 15S1
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AEOUD THE CITY.
The Jessie Jamison vrlil begin loading
A sltgkimproyement is rc-portcd in the
run of salmon this vf eek.
Read the adv, of the auotioa sale at E.
C. Hojden's auction rooms next Saturday
A 425 pound saa has? attracted consid
erable attention in front of Bergman &
Morning prayer and celebration of the
floly communion in Grace church this
morning at 10 o'clock.
Charles Jackson, who deserted from
Fort Canby a few days ago, has been
captured and returned.
The "Portland tug boat oompany report
ihoir financial affairs in good shape 'end
that they will soon declare a dividend.
"The second day's session of the Grand
Lodge of 'Oregon adjourned at 9:30 last
night to meet at nine o'clock this morn
ing. Any one wanting a second hand engine,
two horse power, can get a bargain by ap
plying to The Astosiax office, where it
can be seen in operation.
. At a meeting of the Baptist church last
evening it was arranged that Rev. Win
fleld Scott, D. D., should fill the pulpit
Sundays, morning and evening.
Hon; T. A. McBride, the next district
attorney for this district, .is shaking
bands with many friends last evening.
He brings good reports from eastern Ore
A tattooed woman aud an elephant will
be on exhibition next V, edne3day. Kate
Castleton and Rice's Surprise Party will
appear the same evening, and will play to
a lull house.
Several of the members of tin- Gr.ttid
Encampment take the morning Jioat for
home. The rcmaindrr of thr visiting
members go to-morrow. Tiioy ono and
nil express themselves m tonus of tho
About n hundred of our vitilor look a
pleasure trip to the cape yesterday. On
their return they held an afternoon ses
and after Adjournment attended a com
plimentary ball given by Beaver Lodge.
No. 35, and friends in ho'nor of the officers
and members of the Giaud Lodge of Ore
gon. J. K. Armsby, head of tho well known
firm of J. K. Armsby & Co., Chicago, ar
rived here on Tuesday per Ot rjon, and of
course -came ashore to view the cit3'. J.
K., whose name is a household word
among the general grocery trade, was
sauntering along towards the steamer,
but at the same time the steamer was
making for Portland, and though the Ore
gon is slow, Jake is slower and the result
was that he was "left." He says that
next time he will "come a-purpose."
The "change racket" is now being
worked on a large scale in the interior.
The style is about this: Two sharpers, No.
1 and No. 2, go into a bank and ask the
teller if he can give fhem two two-and-a-half
gold pieces. The gold is handed
over and the Confederates put down a
$100-ndte. The teller hands over 93,
when No. 1 says: "Please let me have a
'$50 bill for this change, it is easier to
carry." 'The obliging bank official hands
out a $50 bill and No. 1 puts down 50 of
the change. Just as the banker finishes
counting it, No. 2 puts the $50 bill on the
$50 in change and says: "If it's all the
same to you, would you please give me
back the $100 bill, as the change is too
heavy tocarry." Tho bill is handed over,
the 50 bill and tho $50 in change is
picked up and put away, the rush of busi
ness goes on, out when the blinds are
pttljed down that afternoon and the books
balanced, tho bank finds that it is just
STATE AND TEKHITOBIVL JfEHS.
The nppjr Columbia is rising fast.
Salem is to have a "red hot" daily
E. Murray was drowned near Albany
The Globs hotel at Albinn has been
closed out on an attachment.
D. P. Thomson gets 500 per month as
receiver of the Holladay property.
The Elite theatre in Portland was near
ly cleaned out by fire last Tuesday.
A "regular ticket," a temparance ticket,
nod a woman suffrage tioket enliven Se
attle local politics.
"Wool shearing is over in eastern Ore
gon, and'1,000 saoks are being daily ship
ped to San Francisco.
The insurance polioies on the burned
Clarendon hotel at Portland had only
two more days to run.
Saw logs iiave gone down in price on
tke Sound to i 50. Considerable dif
ference between now and ono year ago.
The Statesman thinks that investiga
tion" would prove some ugly connection
of ex-Governor Thayer with the swamp
Stanley robbed a Baker county stage
on the 13th, was arrested on the 14th,
tried on the ICth, and sent to the Salem
penitentiary on the 17th.
A fresh milch cow with calf,
ot this OfilM.
' Girl Wanted
To help Ju kitchen, at Fishermen's mess
house, upper Astoria.
'To do general housework. Inquire
, Iflan and Wife
Wanted to keep house on Young' bay.
Inquire at Atoki an Office.
- 1, 2, 3, 4 and G.
ust feoeived another large invoice of
"the celebrated reading matter, the
best and cheapest In the market Come
before they .are all goneagain. At Carl
Adler's Crystal Palace Book Store.
- Ot latorcstTo The tndles.
A full line of Ladies' Silk, Lisle and
Cotton Hosiery and Muslin Underwear
st greatly reduced prices for a few days
only, at The Leading Suit and Cloak
House, next to Rescue Engine house.
At the Empire Store
You will find the finest laces and em
broideries, of richest quality.
The most popular bitters in the market
is Dy. Herdys Dandelion Tonic.
A full Uno of ladies' and children's
Shoes, latest styles, to be found cheap
at Arvold's, sign of the Golden Shoe.
Arvohi will sell a large stock of Boots
and Shoes at cost, at the Leading hoot
and shoe store.
Dr. Henly's Dandelion Tonio tickles
tWpftlftte and gladdens the heart,
At tho ninth annual session of the
grand encampment of Oregon I. O. O. F.,
which closed its session last Tuesday
cvoning, the following officers were elect
ed for tho ensuing year:
A. O. Walling, of Portland, Grand Pa
triarch; D. S. K. Buick, of Myrtle Creek,
Douglas county, Grand High Priest; L
"VT. Case, of Astoria, Grand Senior "Ward
en; J. M. Bacon, of Oregon City, Grand
Scribe; I. R. Moores, of Salem, Grand
Treasurer; R. M. Day, of Eugene City,
Grand Junior "Warden.
Tho committee on petitions roported
favorably upon tho petition for a now en
campment to be located at Ashland,
Jackson county, to be known as the Pi
lot Rock Encampment, No. 1C. The
report of the committee was adopted.
The matter of authorizing or adopting
the ''degree of Uniformed Patriarchs"
was upon motion adopted, and under the
law,' the formation of such uniformed
degroes is left to the option of the patri
arch's in the several localities.
Geo. H. Chance, Grand Representative
to the Sovereign Grand Lodge, made his
report, which is comprehensive. From it
it is learned that at that session the
Grand Sire was authorized to issue proc
lamation commanding all members of
the crier to abandon what is -known as
the "Patriarchal circle," under penalty
CXIFOEMED UKQUSC CAMPS.
The legislation on the new degree had
referent moro'particuiarly to arranging
imd porfectmg somo minor details con
nected with its workings. "In some ol
thejurisdiclions the uniformed degree is
being received with much favor, and
camps are being instituted wherever the
membership is sunicientiv large to war
rant their introduction. These uniformed
degree camps being a component part ot
legitimate udd Fellowship, the members
can participate in public parades and
displays ot the order. They can visit
subordinate encampments in a body in
full uniform, when ever it shall be so de
termined by the commander or the body
itself without in any caso having to ask
for a dispensation for that purpose from
any higner authority." A state grand
encampment may adopt or reject the
Uniformed Camp Degree. Tho report
then treats of matters relating to "the
good of the order," and in conclusion,
r fcrring to the death of tho Sovereign
Grand Treasurer, Joshua Vausant, Dr.
unance ninngiy says:
"Though this is not the time for
eulogy, yet, in reflecting upon the death
of Brother Vansant, your represent
ative is mot forcibly reminded of tho
other two great lights of Odd Fellowship,
and how boldly the throo stand out, eacn
in his own sphoro, as tho exponents of
tho trinno motto of our order, "Friend
ship, Love and Truth," for, if, in the
founding of American Odd Fellowship it
was "Friendship" toward men that pro
moted tho contest in tho breast of the
rugged "Wildcy, and the gontlo influence
of Love, manifested in the life of the Paul
like Ridgely that supplied tho weapons,
it is no less the fact tnat in the life-' and
character of "Honest Joshua Vansant."
Truth concentrated their efforts and led
them on to victory.
"Let U3 then as Odd Fellows of the
Patriarchal branch be living exponents of
the principles they inculcated, and so
emulate their example that when our
bodies, like theirs, snail crumble into
dust, our works, like theirs, may become
The Indian Language.
Ono singular fact is the infinite di
versity of language. Not only every
tribo, but every band, of which there are
sometimes fifty in a single tribe, has its
own dialect or jargon, perfectly unin
telligible to all who do not belong to
the baud. In all times the Indians have
disdained to learn even a few words of
an enemy's language. Stranger yet, the
Cheyennes and Arrapahoes for three
quarters of a century have been firm
friends, camping and hunting to
gether and making war upon the same
enemies at the samo time, The children
constantly romp and play togothor in
the common camp. Yet not one in ten
in either tribe can hold the most ordi
nary conversation in tho lunguage of
Unable to spoak each other's language,
the Indians ot the west have constructed
a wonderful sign language by which they
hold intercourse. Gesture?, signs, are
moro or less natural to every one.
Among the plains Indians alone have
they reached their most wonderful de
velopment. So complicated and elabor
ate is the .cigu language, consisting of
countless gestures and movements, the
slightest variation of which marks wide
differences in meaning, that only a few
Indians in a tribo aro complete masters of
it, and the masses can only use it slightly.
The signs do not indicate letters or words,
as with the deaf and dumb, but ideas
There is one sign to indicate hunger, an
other for "stop talking," another for sum.
ruer, and so on infinitely. Yet an expert
sign-talker will either make or interpret
nlongspeeoh, which consists of an in
finite number of signs, following each
other with lightning-like rapidity. Two
strange Indians will meet on horseback,
each unable to understand a spoken word
of the other, and while holding the reins
with the left hand, will converse for hours
with their right, telling stories or relating
their experience without a single misun
-Dinner at' J EFFSPCHOP IIOUSE
everyday lrom 4 50 to 8 o'clock. The
iht 2.-o!u meal In tewn: soup, fish,
seven kinds of meats, vegetables, pie.
pudding, etc. Tea or coffee included.
Ail who haw tried him say Jeff is the
For a 3 cut Fitting Boot
Jr Shoe, no to P. J. Goodmans, on Che
namus street, next door to I. W. Case.
All goods of the best make and guaran
teed quality. A full stock; new goods
cnnssautlj' arriving. Custom work.
Jut received at T. G. Eawlings' a
large stock of cigars, Cigarettes, and
the choicest brands or tobacco.
Boats Tor Sate.
Joe Leathers has two fino boats for
sale at the boat shop, one block wttof
Hansen Bros.' mill.
The Patent Lamp Filler.
The most uyjfnl household invention
of the age. Call and .see it. Also, extra
good Coal Oil for sale In quantities from
a pint to olmrrcl. Jordan & Bozorth.
A larce stock of soft and stiff Hats In
all the latest styles, at Mcintosh's Fur
Buy your Lime of Gray at Portland
Brace up the whole system with King
ofthe Blood. See Advertisement.
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint ? Shiloh' Vitalizcr Is
guaranteed to cure you. Sold by W. E.
-rShlloh's Catarrh Remedy a posi
tive cure for Catarrh, Diptlieria and
Canker Mouth. Sold by W.E. Dement
Whr will vou couch when Shlloh's
i Pur will plw'immedlatG relief. Price
10 cts 50 cts aud si. sold uy w . is. ce
Don't Day 50 cents elsewhere when
you can get the beet dinner in town at
JEFF'S for 25 oents.
A LETTER THAT TTILL HELP BLAI5E.
There was a big meeting of business
mon in Now York laBt Tuosday night, to
help along Arthur's chances for tho nom
ination. Henry "Ward Beecher and other
big guns spoke. An interesting part of
the affair was the following letter writ
ten by Ex-Attorney General "Wayne Mac
Veagh to Ex Secretary Bristow. It is the
richest thing the present campaign has
developed. Its truth is among the least
of its merits.
At the threshold I ought to warn you
that while nobody envies Arthur his great
prize, as far beyond his expectations as
uis deserts, which he drew in the lottery
of assassination, nobody has forgotten
the pregnant fact that Uuiteau was an
original Arthur man; that he killed Gar
field expressly to make Arthur president,
and that he did make him president by
that act for nearly four years. Now, in
view of this awful tragedy and its result,
it has always seemed to a 'good many
people, outside of Wall street, of course,
that a proper sense of decency and the
fitness of things, would have led Arthur
and his friends to see that his true course
wa3 to be satisfied -with the one term thus
secured to him, and not to challenge his
countrymen to review.his political career.
I assume that your first word" of eulogy
will be devoted to what is your candi
date's chief political achievement and'
noon which his admirers have always
rested his title to fame, the building up
and managing of the republican "ma
chine" of the city of New York, the
lutest triumph of which at Albany causes
the hearts of all true "patriots to throb
with joy, for the defeat of Roosevelt
leaves O'Brien at liberty to continue
those "deals" with corrupt democrats
and politicians which gave Mr. Arthur
ins first renown as a practical statesman.
You will no doubt introduce copious ex
tracts from the commission which inves
tiguted Arthur's administration of the
custom house and found it worthy of
such high commendation. And a rebuke
could be neatly administered at this
point to Roosevelt,- the son, by remind
ing your audience how his honored father
was rejected as collector of the port in
order to keep Arthur in that important
office, in spite of the expressed opinion
of both of his superior officers that he
was an unworthy official and deserved to
be turned out.
If you wish materials for a pathetic
and thrilling picture you will readily fina
them in some of the well known incidents
of tho Chicago convention fonr years
ago. You can tell how everybody was
determined that Conkling must be pla
cated at any cost, and how everybody
begged him not tu force Arthur upon the
convention, and how Conkling retused to
consider any other name. You must re
serve your highest flight of eloquence for
an adoquate description of that occasion
where your candidate desplayed his true
nobility of soul, and made his only rec
orded public speech. 1 need not say l
alluded to tho Dorsey banquet at Del
monico's in February, lSil. You can
tell your audience, without fear of suc
cessful contradiction, that it was tho
first and last occasion in our history
when one man publicly praised another
for bribing vots. Arthur's part in tho
resignation of ConLling and Piatt, and
his conduct at Albany, until summoneu
to Washington by the sound of Guiteau's
pistol, perhaps, you would better touch
lightly. There are some sentimental
Republicans in this state, as well as in
Now York and Ohio, who don't quite en
joy these reminiscences, and I would not
advise you to dwell to long upon that
mad riot of calumny and defamation
of tho dead Garfield in which, for many
months, the inmate friends and associ
ates of Mr. Arthur indulged, without any
signs of disapproval by him, and in the
cases of Gorham, Hatton and Hastings,
with abundant signs of approval.
You will, of course, admit that when
Giteau promoted him to tne preBidsnoy,
Mr. Arthur was proved to be known as an
edthusiastio supporter of the "boss" sys
tem, tho "spoilB" system, the third term
ot General Grant, and the unit rule. He
was then fifty yearsof age, and your task
is to persuade anybody you can that his
dasiro for n second term has effected a
comploto change in the methods, stand
ards and habits of his whole life. You
will offer the appointment of Chandler to
the cabinet as one proof of this change.
You will interest your audience in the
pleasing story of his allianco with Chal
mers in Mississippi; the ma ter.y cam
paign in New York only two years ago,
and its brilliant ending; tho Keogh case
in North Carolina; the Strobach case in
Alabama; the Kellogg cose in Louisana;
the promotion of Barney Biglin's brother,
and the appointment of Proxy French's
brother, etc., and you can truthfully de
clare that Arthur can boast of one dis
tinction, shared with no other candidate
that he is under no obligations for a
single ono of his delegates; all of them
were secured for him by his own office
holders. The only peroration you will need will
be to read tha roll call of the distin
guished patriots whose names you will
rind in the conference with him during
his visit to you of last week, when he re
sumed personal charge of his boom in
your city, and started the movement for
your meeting, and listen to their illus
trious names: Stephen B.French. Robert
G. McCord, John Lvdecker, John F.
Smyth, DeWitt Clinton Wheeler ,and
John G. O'Brien. And I recommend
these patriotic and high minded gentle
men, .and your fellow workers, to your
charitable consideration. In 1876 they
would not have trusted themselves in
your company, and even now they will
harbor a lurking suspicion that yon in
tend to seduce them. That is tne pen
alty you have to pay for having been a
It strikes right in to the acute
agony, and for a cure of pain St.
Jacobs Oil has no equal
Stop That Coujrh
By going to J. E. Thomas's and getting
a bottle of Leroy's Cough Balsam.
It will cuke you.
Fine Dress Goods.
A splendid Tne of ladles dress goods Is
being displayed at the Empire store.
At enormous expense has just secured
the services of Professor Ellis one
of the best white cooks in the state; and
Jeff proposes to excell any of his for
mer efforts in the. culinary art. Italian
and French dishes a specialty.
Gray sells Sackett Bros.' Al sawed
The Rev. Geo. H. Thaver. of Bour
bon, Ind says: "Both myself and wife
owe our lives toSniLon's Consumption
Cure." Sold by W. E. Dement.
All the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with tho choicest
perfumery, and toilet articles, etc-can
be bought at the Ioiwest prices, at J. V.
uonn-s arug store, opposite OcMden
Are vou made miserable by Indi
gestion, Constipation, Dizziness. Loss ol
appetite, Yellow Skin V Shiloh's Vital
Izer is a positive cure. For sale hv W.
A Nasal Injector free with oaeh
bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Kemedv
Price 50 cents. Sold by W.E. Dement
Arvold sells Boofs and Shoos cheaper
than any one else in town, because we
buy for cash.
Foi Dyspepsia andLlver Complaint,
you havo a printed guarantee on every
bottle of Shiloh's Vltalizer. It never
falls to cure. Sold by W. E. Dement.
Boston Baked Beans and Brown Bread
every Sunday at Jeff's from 5 a. m. to
"Hacfcmetack" a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents.
Soldhy W.E. Dement
ACBOSS TOE C05TI5E5T.
The secretary of slato opposes tho
Chinese restriction bill.
There isno laok of candidatesfor offices
in tho new organ zation of Alaska.
Erio, N. Y., is excited over the failure
and flight of its leading bank president.
The bill to establish a uniform system
of bankruptcy has been beaten in the
"The ticket of 1376" was the opening
toast at a San Francisco Democratic ban
quet last Tuesday.
A meeting of New York business men
was held on Tuesday night to endorse
Arthur as a presidential candidate.
Tho first Columbia river 'salmon to ar
rive at New York in a refrigerator car got
there on Tuesday the 20th, after a trip of
nine days from Astoria. . -
Representative Lewis has been in
structed by the house committee on pub
lic lands to report favorably the joint
resolution which prohibits the secretary
of the interior from taking anv further
steps to confirm or parent any land
granted any corporation, state or person
y congress in any case where reports fa
voring forfeiture of such land grants have
been made to either branch of congress?
until after the final action shall be taked.
upon such bills or until the United Btate
supreme court snau ueciae upon the valid,
ity of such grants. The resolution fur
ther nrovide8 that the secretary bo Timt
liibited from certifying or patenting tqc
where such corporation has complied;
strictly with all tho conditions of the
granting act, and that in all cases where'
there is a doubt in construing thoso con,
ditions, tho benefit of tho. doubt shall be:
given the government.
Steamer Dajs for May.
From Astoria. I From San Fran.
State 4Columbia.. 2
Columbia SlOregon '..... C
Oregon lSjStato ltf
State 16'Columbia U
Columbia 20!Oregon 1&
Oronnn Ol'vjfofa on
State SSjColumbia 2tJ
Columbia, June.. 1 Oregon 30
Oregon DlState, June S
AVIIAT I do you think that
JEFF OF the ciior SSQUSE
gives you a meal for nolhlngaud a glass
of .something to drink? 'Not muehl'!
but he gives a better meal and more of
it than anv place iu town for 25 centsi
Tin buys oy the wholesale and pays
cash. -That settles It."
The Popular Approval
Of Hie now famous Syrup of Figs as the
rn'Ht efficacious and agreable prepara
tion ever offered to th' world us "a cure
for nabitual Constipation. Biliousness
Indigestion and kindred ills, has been
won by tho 'wise plan pursued by the
California Fig Syrup company. Know
ing that one remedy truly bonetlcial in
its effects on the system, and at the same,
time pleasant to the taste, will meet
with a rapid sale, the Companv. through
its agent for Astoria. Y. E. Dement &
Co., gives away sample botth's free of
charge. Try it and judge for yourself.
Large bottlo fifty cents or one dollar.
Hosiery, Hosiery, Hosiery!
The latest novelties in ladles and
childrens hosiery at Prael Bras'.
Syrup of Figs.
Nature's own true Laxative. Pleas
ant to the palate, acceptable totheStom
ach, harmle-ss in its nature, painless in
its action. Cures habitual Constipation.
Biliousness, Indlg-stion ami kindred
ills. Cleanxeo the system, purifies the
blood, regulates tho Liver and acts on
the Bowels. Breaks up Colds, Chills
and Fever, etc. Strengthens th organs
on which it acts. Belter than bliter,
nauseous Liver medicines, pills, salts
and draughts. Sample bottles free, and
large bottles for sale by W. E. Dement
& Co., Astoria,
Roscoe Dixon's new eating house
is now open. Everything has been fit
ted up in first-class style, and hi well
known reputation as a caterer assures
all who like good things to eat, that at
his place they can be accommodated.
The Oregou Blood Purifier Is Nature's
own remedy, and should I).- used to the
exclusion of a 1 other medicines in dis
eases of the stomach, liver and kidneys.
The Peruvian syrup nas cured thou
sands who were suffering from dysiiep
lia, debility, liver complaint, boils, hu
mors, female complaints, etc. Pamph
lets free to any address. Seth W.FowIe
Corsets and Underwear.
All the latest makes and styles of cor
sets and ladies underwear at Prael
Bros.' Empire store.
Made of Fine
Will Not Crack.
FOR SALE EVERYWnERK.
The Gutta Percha & Rubber Mfg Co
Coffee and lec Cream Parlors.
Bread and Gakes
OF ALL KIXDS.
Weddings and Tartlcs supplied with strictly
o-Frencli and American-o
Manufactured, Wholesale and Retail.
OS THE ROADWAY.
Small House For Sale
Ufl'lH A TWO YEARS' LEASE.
V Apply to C.A.MAY.
Jordan & Bozorth
The Only Exclusive
Hi. B. Hare Solo Bifffat to 'the
JPatent Lamp Filler,
Ice! Ice! Ice I
A FULL SUPPLY OF ICE
FROM LAKE COCOLALLA
WILL be Kept on band during the rest
of the summer, and will be delivered
In Quantities to Suit
With Promp-nesu aud Dispatch.
Cape Ann 0 led Clothing,
SHIRTS, GUM B )OTS. ETC.
And a Complete Outfit, of Rest Quality, and
at the LOWEST I'KICE of any Establish
ment In the city.
P. A. STOKES & CO.
Hare oponed a New Stock of A 1 Hoods In
the store next door to Foard & Stokes, and
TO ALL CUSTOMERS.
IS HKRCBY GIVEN THAT ALL CITY AS
ses3niont blanks must bo returned to the
office of tho city assessor before the :2 id
inst., or no Indebtedness will be allowed.
GEO. P. WHEELEK.
D. H. WELCH, Deputy.
Newly Finished Rooms In Suites
fF TflREE ROOMS: SUITABLE FOR
families : the best rooms and best loca
tion In the city. Plenty of i;ood frrh water
lathe building; all tuc modotn Improve
ments. Inquire nf J. W. & D. H. WELCn.
( mice In room l . Welch's block, corner West
bigum ana water streets.
Business for Sale.
A WELL KNOWN AND LONG ESTAB
i llslied Grocery Store on the principal
-trtet In the city, with a good cash trade,
and constantly increasing. Looation made
known on application at this office.
BrThis Is a rare chance.
PICKEO UP NEAR THE BAR, ONE
lar:e Trap Skiff, with anchor and chain.
u wuer can nave tne s-me oy aptiiving to
llwaco. W. T.
To the Voters of Astoria Precinct.
r HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AN
J. Independent candidate for Constable of
Astoria precinct at tne coming election.
8. G. INGALLS.
Cottage to Rent.
XTEXT DOOR TO MY RESIDENCE.
L corner of Main and Jefferson street.
contains six rooms, besides kitchen and
vood3hea. water free,
myll tf E. C. HOLDEN.
Eight Floating Net-Racks For Sate
VOW MOORED IN JOHN DAY'S RIVER.
I' Knntiln,.f lrrv TItiia .Tnhn n-jv'
Enquire of 1'erry Titus.John Day's river.
GEO. T. MYERS.
Away With Rings and Balldosers!
P. H. FOX,
THE OLD SOLDIER,
For Justice of the Peace.
11HE3B CELEBRATED MEDICINAL
. Spring situated In Lane County, Oregon,
are uucqua ed for the cure of Catairhal af
fections. Rheumatism, and Dyspepsia, :ts
th- usands throughout the Northwest will
Every care la plveu Invalids and those
who seek the benefits nf the waters
Carriages leav the St Charles Hotel, Eu
gene City, eery Wednesday aud Saturday
direct for the Spring
FRANK AND CLEAR.
flavins Admitted the Strength o
tho Kvidrnrt a Promlaeat Fhy-
airian takes Logical ArtloB.
Tho following letter tells Its own story. The
signature will bo recognized as that of the
Phy.ichu5-In-Chlef of the Do Qulncy Home,
and author of "Drugs That Enslave," "The
Hypodermic Injection of Morphine." A Man
ual of Nursing." and many other popular and
valuable specialtaedieal werks:
191 WE3T TK.NTH Stbeft, I
New Yohjc, August 11. 18S0. J"
Mt3iT9. SEAkCRT fc JoHSSOS,
Gentlemen: Llko most of my profession, I
am cautious about pinning my fai h to any
new medicine or curative agent But your
BENSON'S CAPCINE POROUS PLASTER
has broken through the barriers and won its
way to my good opinion. My attention was
Grat called to it somo eight months ago by a
patient of mine Although I was well ac
quainted with the superior excellence of your
other plaster and antboptic dressing, made
especially for tho profession, tho Benson s
was comparatively new to me. I had heard.
however, of its merits as a remedy, in cases
of Lame Back, Local Rheumatism, Neural-
gia. Congestion of the Bronchial Tubes and
Luns3. Dyspepsia, Torpid Liver and tho like
affection;, and havo since begun to experi
ment with it personally. I find BENSON'S
CAPCINE PLASTER an exceptionally clean
ly plaster to uie. and rapid in its action.
Many tosts of its qualities, made in my own
family and among my patients have convinc
ed mo that there is no single article so valu
able for popular use, nor so helpful In the
diiea03 I have named.
Should you desire to do eo, you may use my
name to that effect.
Very truly yours.
H. H.KANE, A. M..M.D.
The genuine have the word CAPCINE cut
in the center. Price 25 cents.
Seabury & Johnson, Chembts, New York.
Tile One Price Store ! !
STILL LEADS IN THE CITY WITH THE
Finest BofluS ! Largest AssortmBnt !
NORTH OP SAN FRANCISCO
Youth's and Boys'
Fine Dress Suits, Long Pants,
Pine Dress Suits, Knee Pants,
Strong School Suits, Long Pants,
Strong School Suits, Knee Pants.
For Men and Boys.
Straw. Wool and Fur Hats of all Kinds.
White and. Fancy Shirts, Overshirts, Underwear, Hosiery, Handker.
chiefs, Suspenders, Neckwear, Gloves, Notions, Etc.
FOR LADIES' GENT'S AND CHILDREN.
Boots and Shoes of ail Styles and Prices.
Trunks, Valises, and Umbrellas, Fishermen's Clothing, Etc, Etc.
Sole Asont Tor Butterlck Patterns.
O, H, COOLER,,
Pythian Building, - Astoria, Oregon.
IMMENSE STOCK OF GOODS
TO ARRIVE THIS WEEK,
Direct From The East.
THE FINEST ASSORTMENT OF
Watches and Jewelry,
Books and Stationery,
Fancy Goods, Etc.
All the LATEST STYLES and PATTERNS to Arrive
This Week, at
ADLER'S CRYSTAL PALACE.
New Goods for
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Direct from the Manufacturers, Retailed at
Being In tbp Manufacturing Business I am prepared to sll Clothing that will give
PERFECT SATISFACTION both In FIT and QUALITY of Goods.
Perfect Fittiug White Shirts, Medium aud Fine Grade
Uadrrwear. Newest Ntjlos in Scarfs and Ties.
TA FULL STOCK OF FRENCH, ENOLISH AND AMERICAN 3UITINGS.-S
D. A. McLNTOSH,
French md American Candies
Every morning, from the
IN THE FOLLOWING LINES.
Frock Dress Suits
Sack Dress Suits,
coats, White Vests. Etc.
Spring and Summer!
F1RST CLASS SHAVING
Hair Dressing Saloon.
FITTED UP IN A NEW AND ARTISTIC
manner. Every attention paid patrofig.
I have fltied up and oi enta & Orat-cl&sa
Barbershop at Cail Adler's old stand oa
Cueuumus street, and am ready tor Imslaess
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