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..SEPTEMBER 13. 18S5
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i'ree of postage to subbL-ribcrs.
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sient advertising fifty cents per square, each
Notice To Advertisers.
The Astoriax guarantees to its ad
vertisers the largest circulation of any
newspaper published on the Columbia
This paper is on file at HipSL Churl ns
Hotel, Portland, Or.
The State is due from San Francisco
this merning: the Columbia sails.
Lsave orders for North Pacific browery
beer at "Wra. Bock's or Chris. Eversen's.
The British Benevolent society will
have a business meeting this Tuesday
The O. R. & N. companv is carrying
passengers from Portland to Vancouver
for ten cents.
The international yacht race between
the Puritan and the Genista will bo
In early times there were no flies in
Oregon." Even now flies are compara
tively scarce in Astoria.
A special meeting of Co. H, O. S. M.,
is called on to-morrow evening at 8
o'clock, at the company's armory.
Henry "Warren, state senator from
Yamhill county in last winter's legislat
ure, died at McMinnville last Sunday af
ternoon. Mrs. Leinenwebor, clerk of school dis
trict No. 9, invites proposals from teach
ers for that district for the coming term.
Two teachers aro required, a principal,
and an assistant. See adv't.
The steamer Kootenai, which has been
running between Kettle Falls and the
Canadian Pacific railroad at the second
oro3sing of tho Columbia ran on a ledge
of rocks last Friday, and it is thought
will prove a total loss.
Tho opening exercises of the state nor
mal school at Monmouth will take place
to-day at 10 a. m. The opening address
will be delivered by Hon. J. D. Lee, of
Dallas. Musio and short addresses will
constitute the remainder of the exercises.
Judge Taylor returned last Sunday
from Alkali where he had been holding
court. It was tho first timo that district
court was held in that newly fledged
county seat and tho Alkalites duly ap
preciated tho distinction that the last
legislature so kindly conferred upon
There was much tribulation in Astoria
on Sunday and yesterday occasioned by
tho failure somewhere, somehow of tho
water pipes to work. Toward sundown
the pitying clouds grew merciful and
came to the city's relief: by night any
one that had a tin can had plenty water
to drink or cook with.
Frank Silva, a local sport of some no
toriety, and one Harlan, of Portland,
had a fighting "contest" in th3t city last
Sunday night which ended in a general
stampede on the part of II19 spectators
at the appearance of the police and tho
capture of the principals. The fight was
for $1G0 and "gate money."
Portland and the valley towns are in
fested with burglars. Private residences
seem to suffer the most. There aro two
or three in Astoria who during the day
spot the crib they intend to crack. They
are very innocent, have some "smuggled"'
goods they want to S6ll, or some other
excuse to get inside and look around.
Shipmonts of wheat for the cargo of
the ship Benjamin F. Packard, now
loading at Tacoma, are being made from
Portland. On Thursday seven car loads
went, Friday five, Saturday eleven and
Sunday ten. The wheat is transported
in box cars provided with air brakes. It
will take 230 car loads to make up the
cargo of 3,200 tons which the Packard wil 1
The steamer Yaquina will sail from
Yaquina for San Francisco to-day,
carrying passongers and about 300 tons
of wheat. The wheat shipment is an
experiment, but it is thought may prove
successful. The present rato for wheat
between Corvallis and Portland is $3 20
per ton, and $3 from Portland to San
Francisco, making the rato $G 20 from
Corvallis to San Francisco. From Cor
vallis to San Francisco by the steamer
Yaquina the rate is $4 50 per ton, or
$170 per ton less. The passenger
fare to San Francisco by the Yaquina is,
cabin 14 and steerage $7.
SCHOOL I Jf DISTRICT 0. IS.
The fall and winter term of school in
district No. 18, began yesterday with an
attendance of 131, which will probably be
increased a hundred more in the
next few weeks. The district has a fine
new building which when completed will
bo fully equal to the demands of tho dis
trict for many years. Four large rooms,
each 3G feet square have been built on
the front of the old structure. Miss
Lawrence, the principal of tho school,
occupies the west lower floor, Miss Con
nolly's pupils being in tho room for
merly occupied by Miss Lawrence, and
Miss Atkinson's primary pupils in the
room directly underneath.
Though yesterday was the first day of
the term, and the school could not be ex
pected to bo moro than organized, a visit
to the several rooms showed thatregular
hcIiooI work was eoiuc on. tho brieht, in
telligent faces of tho young folks, the
quiet attention to school duti03, and the
evident efficiency of the teachers, speak
ing well for a prosperous term.
At the last meeting of tho board of
school directors, it was decided that the
teachers should be required to consider
the calendar months as school months
this term; the usual order of things is to
reckon a school month as being four
weeks of five days each; under the decis
ion of the directors the months shall run
from September 14th to October 14th as
one month, then to November 14th, and
so on, which would give twenty-two
school days in the month begun yester
day, and twenty-throe days in the next
All those who have invitations do not
forget the entertainment ami social
dance at the Gymnasium hall Friday
Goodwin's Clatsop butter at Beck's.
Reopening ofSahool in District
School books cheaper than ever before
at Carl Adler's Book Store, also ex
change of "books at prices adopted by
State Board. Slate pencils, lead pencils,
ink, etc given away at Carl Adler's
Who Tr Taxes o 83,000 and Orer.
Allen A. V. $ 4,480
Allen & Lewis 21,723
Astoria Iron "Works 4.GT0
Astoria Packing Co 13.200
Astoria Gaslight Co 7.200
Badollet Jno. Est. of 11,57.5
BadolIetMrs. Jane 4,600
Beck D. L. & Sons 11,420
Bergman Isaac 5.G01
Boelling Conrad Est. of 18,300
Bergman &Berry 4,0G8
Booth A. &Sons 30,750
BowlbyJ. Q. A 5,701
Bergman & Co 3,115
Case LAV 19,127
Carruthers, K 5,850
Columbia Water Co 35,800
Columbia Canning Co .'.... 9.000
Cook J. "W.& V 5,431
Cooper C. H 7.700
Corbett, H."W 21,800
Coleman& Co 41,200
Crosby, Alfred 3,400
Crosby, Lilian 3,200
Crosby, Fred. A 3,000
Crosby.M. C 4,422
Columbia Biver Lumber Co 8.G80
Cutting Packing Co 25,000
Davidson, Gao 4.G00
DeForco, J. H 3,070
Dement, "W. E. & Co 4.000
Dement, "W. E 7,820
Devlin, Jno. A 9,500
Eagle Canning Co 14,050
Edgar, "Wm 1,320
Elmore. Sam'l 5,003
Fisher, A. C 5,595
Fishermen's Packing Co 8,345
Foard & Stokes 3,700
Forth, H.O..Mrs 3,700
Fulton. C. "W 3,850
Gearhart, J. W 8,010
George & Barker 4.635
Gilman, M. M., Estate of 4,133
Gray, J.H.D 3,215
Gray, YV. H ,930
Graham. Dan 4,870
Grant, Mrs. Bridget 3 500
Grimes, G.K 3.3G9
Hanthorn, J. O. & Co 13,050
Hawes, E. R 4,025
Hill. Geo 4,925
Hobson, Mrs. Kate and heirs. . . . 5, 135
Hobson, Jno 12,1 il
Holladay, Jos 9,903
Hume, Jos i,850
Hustler, J. G 4,7a'
Hyland, T.A 1,470
L X. L. Packinc Co G.250
Johnson. Phil, and Mary 4,300
Joplin, W. E 3,025
Kam, Jacob 31 vx
Kelly, Jas. K 4,195
Kinney, M. J, 13,250
Kinney. Eliza 10,091
Knapp, A 4,013
Kneimeyer, YVm 3,100
Lob, Wrn.&Co C.510
Loomis, John 4,3G6
Loinenweber, Mrs. C 9,10
Masonic li. & is. Asa n j&Jj
McGuiro.C. A 7,381
Megler, A.J G.38S
Meglor & AVright 5,300
Meyer, M G.100
McDonald, .Lois A a.uiw
Mendell. Geo. H 7,102
Montgomery, A 7,300
Morgan, L., dr ii,uw
Nowlen, M 11,935
Northwest Timber Co 11,810
Nurnbnnz. J. G.
Uccidont racking Vo..
O'Connor, E. and E...
Page, C. H
Parker, (x. W ,
Parker, (J. L.
Parker, Mrs. C. L 4,050
Parker. H. B 9,103
Pease. D. E 7.9G5
Pythian L. & B. Ass'n 4,575
Portland Savings Bank 7,800
Rogers M. and M 5,795
Scandinavian Packing Co 8,000
Sherman Fred 4,000
Shively S. L. Est. of 5,057
ShivelyC. YV 5,705
Sibson, Church & Co 9,000
Shively Jno. M 11,200
Simpson A. M 7,000
Stone A. H 4,448
TallnianS. AY 3,300
Taylor Jas 34,400
Taylor Mrs. E 5,100
Thisllo Packing Co 5,703
Taylor E. A 5,203
Trullinger J. C 21,337
Turner H.L 0,400
Union Packing Co C.800
Van Dusen & Co 0,739
Van Dusen A. Est. of 11,245
"Washington Packing Co 7,500
Waite A. E 3.G9G
Warren D. K 19,359
"Warren S.E 3.430
Warren W. E. and M. S 4,125
Welch Mrs. Nancy 13.725
Welch D.H 10,420
WestJosiah '. 7,575
West Jno 20,210
West David 3,550
West Coast Packing Co 8.40G
Wherry & Co 4.04
WhitoJ. W. 9,450
Wingate R 3,227
Wise Morris 4,305
WoodG. W.andS.F 8,147
Wright & Hubbard 3,200
Wright Chas 3,900
A Kcliuble Article.
For enterprise, push and a desire to
get such goods as will give the trado
satisfaction, J. W. Conn the Druggist
lends all competition. lie sells Dr. Bo
sanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, because
it's the best Medicine on the market, for
Coughs, Colds, Croup and Primary Con
sumption. Price 50 cents and $1.00.
Alert H. A L. Election.
The annual election and meeting of tho
members of Alert H. fc L. No. 1, took
placo at the company's rooms last even
ing. The following officers were elected;
President, J. O. Bozerth: secretary, F. T.
Jordan; treasurer, Jay Tuttle; foronran,
F. P. Hicks; 1st assistant, Thos. Aiin
ville: 2nd assistant. L. AV. Holt;
delegates, Clum Brown, C. B. Martin,
Carl Adler. A vote or tnanus was tend
ered Capitals No. 1, of Salem, for a hand
some picture received from that company,
toM.D. Kant, for his efficient services,
he being about to depart for San Fran
cisco, to the officers for their efficient ser
vices, and to Me33rs. Allen and Wagner
for sundry boxes fino cigars, whereupon
the mooting adjourned.
ttucltlen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salyk in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores.Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or monev refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sa le by YV.
E. Dement & Co.
Employment by a German girl who
understands cooking and house-work.
Apply at Germania Hotel.
LAYING THE CORKER ST0XE.
A Short History of Grace Church Prhh.
When the hour for tho deferred cere
mony of laying the comer stone of tho
new Episcopal church rolled round yes
terday, tho clouds hung low and tho fall
ing rain prevented the full attendance
that would have been thero under bright
Rt. Rev. Bishop Paddock, assisted by
Rev. M. D. Wilson, the rector, performed
the ceremony of laying tho corner stone
of the new edifice with appropriate cere
monial, after which Bishob Paddock de
lirered the following
According to the only records that are
accessible we find that Grace church, As
toria, Oregon, was established September
4, 1804, by tho Rev. Thomas A. Hyland.
At that timo tho services were held in
the court house, where they continued to
bo held until tho year 1SC7, when the
present church building was erected.
The Rev. Mr. H viand remained in charge
until tho year 1878, being hero as mis
sionary in charge until 1875 or 70 when
the missionary stipend was diverted to
more needy points; from thut timo until
his resignation in 1878 ho drow his 6ntiro
support from this community, aB all his
successors have done.
Besides the regular entries of baptisms
and confirmations the following facts
are found recerded:
That tho present chancel carpet was
given to the church by Mrs. Capt. J. W.
White in 1872.
That the malting in use on the aislo of
the church was the gift of Miss Mary R.
Morris in 1872.
That the baptismal font was the gift
of Miss A. E. Twcddle, residing, in 1S74,
at 107 E 3Gth street, New York city.
That tho first vestry was formed in
March, 1875, and consisted of Gen. O. F.
Bell and S. D. Adair, wardens: Capt. J.
W. White, Gen. Adair, A. Van Dusen, P.
Cherry, and Hon. W. D. Hare.
When Mr. Hyland came here in 18C4,he
found two communicants, Miss Mary A.
Adair and Mis3 Emma Brown, who had
been confirmed tho year before. When he
resigned in 1878 thero was a list of 45 mem
bers. Dnring this time thero aro re
corded 120 baptisms, 49 confirmations
and 02 marriages.
So nearly as can be gathered from tho
records and from tho memories of those
living hero at tho timo there was no va
cancy between tho going away of Mr.
Hyland and the coming of his successor,
tho Rev. Octavius Parker. Mr. Parker
camo in tho summer of 1878, and re
mained but ono year, going away in tho
summer of 1S79. Mr. Parker has left a
record of 12 baptisms, 8 confirmations
and 3 marriages and n list of CO com
municants. Mr. Parker left hero lato in the sum
mer of 1879 and there was but a very
short vacancy until the Rev. Alfred T.
Perkins became rector of this parish 111
the early autumn of 1S79. Mr. Perkins,
nntil August, 1881, leaving a record of 52
baptisms, 13 confirmations, 8 marriages
and a list of 07 communicants.
After Mr. Perkins went away there was
a vacancy of 13 months, nntil September
2. 1832, when tho present rector, Rev.
Mardon D. Wilson came, tot these
three years since this last dato there are
72 baptisms, 17 confirmations, 25 mar
riages and there is now, September 12,
1S35, a list of 75 communicants.
From all of which wo find that there
have been in this parish since its com
mencement as a missionary station, 202
baptisms, 87 confirmations, and 99 mar
riages including 4 baptisms and 1 marri
age by Bishop MorriB during tho inter
vals. There remains to bo recorded that in
tho autumn of 18S2 a beautiful stained
glass window was put into the church in
memory of Robert M. Trenchard. This
window was furnished by tho young
friends of tho young man commemor
ated. This corner stono is laid by tho Rt.
Rev. John A. Paddock, D. D., of Vash
ingtou territory, Sept. 12, 1835. At this
dato the intention is, so soon as wo aro
able to hold services in this now church
building, to remove tho old church to
these now lots and eventually use it for
the ordinary purposes of a parish build
ing. Tho following articles were placed in a
box under the corner stene:
Bible, Prayar book. New York Church
man, Sept. atk,lS85, Living Church, Sept.
5th, 1885, The Daily Astobian , Sept. 12th,
1SS5, tho Standard, Jnly 9th, 18S5, tho
daily Oragonian, July 12th, 18S5, Colum
bia Churchman, Sept., '85, containing
somo account of this new church build
ing, history of parish, oopj last 32nd
convention journal Riving statistics of
parish, list of officers of parish, copy of
service for laying corner stone Spirit of
Missions, Young Christian Soldier, copy
journal 5th convocation of missionary
jurisdiction of AVashmcton territory;
ceins: Mexican dollar of 1S7G, American
dollar of 1SS5, EngliHh panny, 1733, curi
ous Chineso coin of 1803, copy of table of
contents of box.
BILLS OF LADIXG TO FOKEIGX PORTS.
AVednesday of this week the Northern Pa
cific ratlro:uf company Issued the UKt bill
of ladins from the Pacific coast to a foreign
port. It was issued by the aeutat Puyal
lup. W.T.,toE. Mo?ker & Co.. for seventy
Dales .Vipx pounas) nops, consigned, 10 ..
Meeker &Co., care Lindsay, Uird & Co..
London, via Liverpool. Orcgontan, H.
It is nearly fifteen months sinco
"the Northern Pacific railroad com
any issued the first bill of lading
from the Pacific coast to a for
eign port." It was issued on June
2Lst, 1831. by Mr. E. A. Noyes, the agent
at ABtoria, to Badollet & Co., 1,000 cases
(70,000 pounds) salmon, consigned to
Osthoimer Bro3., Havre, France. On
July 7th, 1S3I, the Northern Pacific rail
road company issued another to tho As
toria Packing Co., for 300 cases salmon,
consigned to A. AV. Latham & Co.. 17,
Pnilpot Lane, London, England, E. (J.
Sinco then tho agent hero has issued sev
eral more to foreign ports. It is in ao
cordanco with the eternal fitness of
things that from the seaport ot Oregon
the first foreign through bill of lading
should be issued over the Northern Pa
cific railroad, but it was so long ago that
it had probably been forgotten by our
All ovor the land are going into ec
stasy over Dr. King's iew Discovery
for Consumption. Their unlooked for
recovery by the timely use of this great
life Saving remedy, causes them to
go nearly wild in its praise. It is guar
anteed to positively cure Severe Coughs,
Colds, Asthma, Hay Fever, Bronchitis,
Hoarseness, Loss of Voice, or any affec
tion of the Throat and Lungs. Trial
bottles free at W. E. Dement & Co.'s
Drug Store. Large size Sl.00.
Do Yon Think that Jcir, oi
The Chop IIousc
Gives you a meal for nothinjr, and a
glass of something to drink? "Not
much !" hut he gives a better meal and
more of it than any place in town for
25 cents. He buys by the wholesale and
pays cash. "That settles it"
STATE AXD TEKBITOEIAL.
There has not been a law suit, cither
criminal or civil, in AVillamina, Sheridan,
or Bellevno precincts, Yamhill county,
for moro than two years.
Union county has set the following
prices to be paid for the scalps of wild
animals: Panther and cougar, 3; wild
cat and catamount, 1; wolves and coy
Among tho contributions to the AVash
ington territory exhibit at New Orleans
will be a section from n cedar treo 17f
feet in diameter, and anothor from a fir
13 feet in diameter, providing a saw can
be obtained that will cut them. Thoy
are to come from Chohalis county.
Last Saturday tho Union Pacific rail
road companv closed a contract with the
AVillamette Steam Mills Lumbering and
Manufacturing company fo100,000 ties,
to be delivered at Albino. It is well
known, says tho Oreyonian, that no bet
ter timber can bo found for ties than
Curry county, according to the census,
has a population of 1140. Tho number
is about 100 less than in 1S30; but the
local paper saj-s tho census was very in
correctly taken., sinco some of the pre
cincts havo moro than doubled in popu
lation. In Curry county thero aro 21,192
sheep and 3,192 cattle. Tho county pro
duced 54.900 pounds of butter last year.
The ceremonies attending tho drivinc
of tho last spike on tho Canadian Pacific
will occur next month, the date not hav
ing been yet determined upon. Tho
road will bo then completed, with tho ex
ception of snow sheds, etc. Tho final
completion will have nothing of tho
character of the Northern's golden spike
"blow-out," but all tho rairoad tyecs and
many government notabilities will be on
UXCLE ESEK'S WISDOM.
The great art in getting rich is not in
saving money, but in knowing how to
Don't mistako stupidity for pationco;
patience is tho humility of wisdom.
Any one can commit a blunder, but no
one but a fool is bit twice by the same
Tho man whom idleness don't lead in
to mischief is either a very dull or a very
ifcononiy is a kind of natural wealth;
its money ever at interest.
Advice, just at present, is tho greatest
drug in tho market; tho supply has ru
ined tho demand.
Take all the fun out of this world and
every pound of life would weigh ten.
You can buy a dog for two dollars and
a half, but thero isn't enough in the
world to buy the wag of his tail.
Abe poor are moro extravagant than
tho rich, and this is just what keeps
them poor; for tho sako of ono feast they
are willing to starvo three days.
The ridiculous sido of lifo goes far to
ward making it endurable.
A fool may possibly amuse others, but
ho can't amuse himself.
Bewaro of tho man who listens much
and talks little; ho is netting your thun
der and saving his own lightning.
A peacock's pedigree is all in the spread
of his tail; n wet day takes tho glory out
Condensation is almost omnipotent,
single words are autocrats, and a sen
tence is law for all mankind.
Men are very vain of their opinions,
and yet there are scarcely any two of
them who think nuke.
What tho world wauls just now is less
civilization and moro of the virtues.
Beware of tho ..man of few words; ho
always has something in reserve.
Truth can travel to the end of the
earth all alone, but a lio must havo com
pany to keep up its courage.
Religion is most excellent to mix with
business, but to mix business with re
ligion is not safe.
We get our vices from each other, but
our virtues by cultivation.
.Labor will buy anything that is m tho
Vico and virtuo becan life together and
will leave the world when tho last man
AVisdom can afford to go slew: but if a
fool doesn't ran ho is snro to got left.
Honesty, liko charity, begins at heme:
the man who is not honest with himself
cannot ba with others. Century.
SUE SABKD KXULISH.
A AVashington newspaper man, during
a visit of tho Mexican editors to that
city, was assigned to a carriage in which
ono of tho young ladies belonging to tho
party was seated. Taking it for granted
that his companion r.poko only hor own
language, several places of interest were
visited, always in silence. As tho car
riage approached the capitol, however,
tho nowspaper man felt that ho ninst say
something, oVen if he received no an
swer. Accordingly, pointing to the uoblo
pile, ho ejaculated:
"El Capitole, very fine, maguifico."
To which the young ladv replied:
"You bet your lifo it is."
Cure For Piles.
Piles are frequently preceded by a
sense of weight in the uacl:, loins and
ower iart o the abdomen, causing the
patient to eunnose he has sonic efTection
of the kidneys or neighboring organs.
At times, symptoms of indigestion are
present, flatulency, uneasiness of the
stomach, etc. A moisture like perspir
ation, producing a very disagreeable
itching, after getting warm, is a com
mon attendant. Ulind, Bleeding and
Itching Tiles yield at once to the appli
cation of Dr. Uosanko's Pile remedy,
which acts directly upon the parts ef
fected, absorbing the Tumors, allaying
the intense itching, and effecting a per
manent cure. Price 50 cents. Address
The Dr. IJosanko Medicine Co., IMqua,
O. Sold by J. V. Conn.
Manufactured only by the California
Fig Syrup Co. San Francisco Cal. is
Natures Own True Laxative. This
pleasant liquid fruit remedy may be
had of W. E. Dement & Co, at fifty cents
or one dollar per bottle. It is the most
pleasant, prompt and effective remedy
known, to cleanse the system; to act 011,
the Liver, Kidneys and Itowels gently
yet thoroughly; to dispel Hendaehs.
Colds and Fevers; to cure Constipation,
Indigestion aud kindred ills.
All the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together Willi the. choicest
perfumery, and toilet articles, etc can
be bought at the lowest prices, at .J. W.
Conn's drug storn. opposite OoMdPnt
F01 Dyspepsia andLiver Complaint,
you have a printed guarantee on every
bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never
fails to cure. Sold by W. K. Denint.
Strictly choice California roll butter
and Dupee hams.
D. L. lincic &Soxs.
Did von see thoso little Ladies' Accor-
deons at Adler's. They are little gems.
The finest assortment of Teas and
Coffees in town at Beck's.
Tho State of California is duo from
San Francisco this morning with tho fol
Charles R Darling J Rosenberg
Ernest Kiel A Borell
H G AVhite
A J Clark
E M Bowis
J L Jenks
Frank T Dodge
Mrs S Duncan
Miss B Widanblasa Mrs J S Sberry
Mrs Sexsnyder it ch Robert Kelly
S S Sweet
D 3 Philips
C B Hensley fc wf
R J Harsmg
J R Stroud
Miss Ackerman and
Miss M B Cary
J J Dohenv
George H btewart
MrsJM A Carry
Mrs CL Fay
S H Harmon
iurs u M ATeston
MissMinnieHarmon J A Baillarceon
K HMcReynolds Miss Jessie AYard
Frank Tedford George M Ludwick
Mrs G AY Tiramer- Miss C Jackson
man Mrs E Smith
A B Levy J Malawowsky
Miss C Levy Mis3 H Hildebrand
R N Thompson &wf John AV Rife& wf
Mrs Patterson & sn AV AV Sindsn
Mrs 11 Bryan
J AV Sullivan
A B Elfeit
Mis3 Ida Gatzenberger
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Brands advertised as ibsolatclj- pura
riseo n. can top dotm on n. hot t trro nntil
heated. then remove the coverand r raell. A chem
ist tvlll not bo required to detect tho presence t
DOES EOT CONTAIN JL3QI0NT1.
:.' lirallhrdacn G NEVER Rrtn Qantloatd.
!.i.in llifnlomesforaiuarteTcfacsiitury it
urttuud the consumer's reliable teat.
D Price's Special Flavoring Extracts,
1 bo rtror.cft, mozt delicious and natural
llavor IlSowii , aud
":. Price's Lupuiin Yesst Gems
. rlJsM, Healthy Crend.Tho Best Dry Hop
"i cast la tho world.
FOR SALE BY GROCERS,
CttlCACO. - ST. LOUISp
Light Healthy Bread.
The uoot dry hon voast In tho world.
Bread rnlsod by this yaast is light.whita
and wholesome like our grandmother's
CROCERS SELL THEW1.
PREP1IU9 ar THC
Price Baking Powder Co.,
MTrs ol Dr. Fncs's special FteYonnz Eitracts,
Chicago, III. St. Louis, Mo.
For .sale by CiitixcMrkLr & Co., Agents
IJ.P. GREGORY & CO.
So. .1 Xorllt I'rnnt St., I'orllanil, Or.
Impotters and Dealers hi
Iiallu'H, ISorlnc Machines,
ltanit sawn, Scroll Saws.
Rubber and Leather Belting,
rsilljli FlXtIXis GEXEUALLY.
or. c hoss,
First Class Hcarso and Material
Shop and Ofllee on Main St above rionecr
I). L. Beck & Sons carry a full assort
ment of staple and fancy groceries and
Rive special attention to family trade.
All orders fdled promptly and delivered
free of cliaree.
To millions, pleasing their palates and
cleansing their Systems, arousing their
Livers, Kidneys, Stomachs and bowels
to a healthy activitj. Such is the mis
sion of the famous California liquid
fruit remedy Svrup of Figs. 50;. and SI
bottles for sale, by V. E. Dement & Co.
A Xasal Injector free with each
bollle of Shiloh's Catarrh Bemcdy
Price 50 cents. Sold by V. E. Dement.
V. Lussier 01 San Francisco has en
gaged in the photograph business with
Crow the leading photographer.
Song Olios, Vocal and Instrumental
Folios; fifty different Musical Albums
ju3t received at Adler's Music Store.
Get your photographs taken at Crow's
gallery by V. Lussier of San Francisco
EWaUfcnt Fitting1 Hoot
Or Shoe, go to P. J. Goodmans, on Che
namus street, next door to I. AV. Case.
All goods of the best make and guaran
teed quality. A full-stock; new goods
constantly arriving. Custom work.
C. H. COOPER'S,
Dry Goods 1 Clothing House
IN THE CITY,
Tie Finest (Ms, Tlie Largest Stock,
And the Lowest Prices.
"While economy is wealth, it is not policy to be penny-wiso and
pound-foolish by purchasing auction goods, or goods that have lain for
a long time upon the shelves of some fossilized store, a prey to moths
and deteriorating dust, which fact with misfits, etc., makes them un
de.Mraliie, and then they become auction or so-called Cheap John
goods, w Iiieli are conceded by the wise to be dear at any price, and
for which people of this day pay only a trifle less than for first-class
goods at a
ONE PRICE, FIRST CLASS HOUSE,
Which carries a Large Assortment but a Small Stock, which is kept
fresh by constant replenishing from the Eastern and Pacific Markets
within a short space of time and at prices for the quality of goods that
Just received from an Eastern Factory a fine assortment of Men's,
Boys' and Children's Hats, which in Quality, Style and Price excels
anything ever before offered in the city.
A full line of Genuine Kangaroo and Dongola Shoes, for Ladies or
Gents which are highly recommended for this climate, as they are con
sidered water proof and will not crack, while they aro the easiest shoe
on the foot ever manufactnred.
A Fine Assortment of
Men's Boys' and Children's Clothing
Constantly in Stock.
2C0UNTRY ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
C. H. COOPER
GO TO THE
Hair Dressing Saloon
Parker House, Ulaiu St.,
For a flrst-class Shave, scientific Hair-cut.
and hygienic Shampoo, etc.
After September 1st I will be prepared to
manufacture all kinds of hair work.
II. Da PARK, I'rop.
CITY BOOK ST0R!
Fine Stationery, Blank Books, School Books and Supplies,
Musical Instruments, Sheet Music and general variety of Novelties.
All Publications Received as Soon as Published.
Candy and Notions, Good Cigars
and Tobacco, at
tSTCOME AND SEE ME-
The Best Place in the City to Buy
FINE GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES!
In the Tailoring Line 1 am Showing the Latest Patterns inEuglisIi, Frcncli
and American Miiitinjcs, which will be made np to order First Class or
Equal to Anything In tbe State!
In Men's, Youths' and Boys'.
FINE WOOL, MERINO AND BALBRIGGAN UNDERWEAR!
IN HANDKERCHIEFS, TIES, COLLARS AND 'CUFFS.
Large Assortment of ECatsl
d. a. Mcintosh.
W. E. DEMENT & GO.
ASTOIUA, - - - OREGON
Carry in Stock,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET
Prescriptions carefully Compounded
J. P. AUSTIN,
Groceries, Wines, Liquors,
TOBACCO ASD CIGARS.
ESA FINE BILLIARD TABLE