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VOL.XXX1V, NO 4K
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Prescott, Arizona, Feb. 2. The
worst fear of the Walnut Grove dis
aster are more than realized, though
particulars come slow ly and :re still
meagre Two prospector from the
umer dam arrived hero last
night. They state that lhe
camped above the dam Friday night
and at about one o'clock Saturday
morning the dam broke, and the water
rushed down the hlcep and narrow
canon in a solid body 80 feet high.
One man was rescued from the lop of
a tree. The projectors state that
not even a remnant of a dam exists.
All immense body of water one and
a half miles square and sixty feet deep
vras emptied in an hour. They had
talked with mauy persons from the
smaller dam, 15 miles below, who said
that np to Saturday evening twenty
five bodies had been recovered but
they could give no additional
names. The survivors were in the
greatest destitution, having neither
provisions nor clothing. Coarse grain
sacks were ned in the place of cloth
ing. Some workmen engaged in
building the Hume had not been heard
from at all, and it is believed that all
were drowned. No news has been re
ceived 4iere from Wickcuberg or from
the other settlements below the dam.
More definite particulars are looked
for even- minute
(irftTft UobbeJ h) Prominent Doctors.
Louisville, Ky., Feb. 2o. -The city
is all agog on account of an attempt
of three prominent local physicians of
the city to rob the graves of Tom
Johnson and Ed. Peerce, w ho were
buried in the New Albany cemetery
Saturday. The men were to commit
the deed early in the morning, but the
officers got wind or it and were wait
ing. Doctors L Blackburn and W. E.
Grant were arrested and placed in jail.
The third doctor Hcd and his identity
is not known. The negro who drove
the wagon was shot dead as he started
to run. A second colored man who
went along to help the ghouls was
Medical students from this city
are said to have robbed the same cem
etery repeatedly. The offense is fel
ony in Kentucky.
A Wrecked Schooner.
New Yokk, Feb. 25. Captain
Turner of. the American schooner
Harry Prcscotl, reports that on Feb
ruary Sth, in latitude 'M, longitude 75,
he hove to near a wreck of a three
masted schooner, dismasted and water
logged, with the bea making a clean
breach over her. Four men were cling
ing to her after house. Owing to the
dangerous sea Captain Turner says
that he was uuable to render them
any assistance. "When last seen the
wreck was drifting toward llatteras
Dynamite and Ponder in Ildrann.
New Yokk, Feb. 25. -A special from
Havana says: An attempt was made
to lilow up a cigar factory last night
with a dynamite bomb, which ex
ploded cloe to the walls of the main
building. Adjacent houses were bad
ly wrecked, but the factory was not
serionsly damaged. Hardly had
the people recovered from their
fright when a tremendous explosion
took place this morning in the Cata
bana railway station, on Plazo de
Parmas. Thus, although powder was
used. was terribly destructive. Traf
fic was active at the time, and the
building was thronjred with em
ployes and passengers. Thirty of
whom were injured, have been taken
from the ruins. Some of them may
die Others are missing.
On top of this disaster the news
comes from Cardinas that the ware
houses of Henri Izurieta have been
destroyed by fire. The losses are es
timated at S200,000.
There is great excitement and alarm
m Havana over the events, coming at
a time when the government is with
out a head. The authorities are par
alyzed. The AKtor Funeral.
New York, Feb. 25. -The funeral
services over the remains of John
Jacob Astor occurred this morning at
the Trinity Episcopal Chapel, con
ducted by Bishop Potter, Rev. C.
SwopeandBev. Morgan Dix. There
was a large attendance of proniment
A lUilroad Accident.
EvAXsviLtE, Iud., Feb. 25. The
train which left hero at 12 o'clock a.
m. for Indianapolis and Chicago, ran
into a washout north of Vincenncs.
Tlie engineer and fireman were loth
killed. It was also rumored that a
number of passengers were hurt.
Inmm to Prevent Food Adslteratlon.
Washdcotox, Feb. 25. The senate
oocamittee on griculture and ores
try to-day had under consideration the
Fanlkner pure food bill which estab
lishes a bureau in the agricultural de
partment with authority to inspect and
asalyze food and drugs, with power to
seusoand destroy articles deleterious
to health. Several unimportant
mnwnfknwite were proposed and the
bill pat ink) shape "by the sub-commit
tee for action at the next meeting.
$125 AND $150 PER LOT
BOBB & PARKER, General Ag'ts, Astoria.
Biltimoke, Feb. 25.--KiIrain has
written to the Sun to ay that he
goes to Hot Springs not to be cured of
rheumatism or any acute illness but to
make money. He was sick when he
met Corbelt, who hit him in the eye
and would not give him a match afterward.
I.ovs or Sailors
Gloucester Feb. 25. The schoon
er. Marion Grimes from George's
Bay reports that during the gale three
of the crew, while furling a gib. were
wafhed oveilioard by a heavy sea.
The Chicago Markets.
Chicago, Feb. 25. At the close of
the" markets to-day wheat was firm;
February 75 "je. May 77p.fc
Corn firm; February 275,;'c. Mav
Oats firm; Febntarv lfl5c. May
Barlev nothing doing.
Pork steady; Febntarv S9.70. Mav
Lard stead v. Febntarv- S5.72'; Mav
Chicago, Feb. 25. -New York -12,
New Orleans 52; St. Louis 48. Cincin
nati 52, Chicago 42, Winnipeg 2S below.
New Yokk, Feb. 25. -Bar .silver is
quoted at 95V
The Dale of Cambridge ltellrcs.
Lo.vdon, Feb. 23. - The News learns
that the i esult of the army and navy
commission to bo that the Duke of
Cambridge will retire from his position
as commander-in-chief and be suc
ceeded by another member of the royal
Another Corean Euro.
London-, Feb. 25. The king of
Corea is alout to send another envoy
to England, despite the vigorous pro
tt of the Chinese government.
To Help Siberian Prisoners.
London, Feb. 25. A committee has
been formed in Loudon with branches
at Newcastle and other places, for the
purpose of endeavoring to secure a
mitigation f the severe treatment ac
corded political prisoners in Siberia.
A number of workmen's, and radical
and socialist associations will hold
a demonstration at Hyde Park, March
9th, in favor of the Siberian prisoners.
The Labor Conference.
Beklix. Feb. 25.- Baron Von
Berspsch. the Prussian minister of
commerce, will preside over the labor
conference to be held at Berne. The
discussions are to be carried on in
The Conference Abandoned.
Bekne, Feb. 25. It is officially an
nounced that the labor conference
which it was proposed to hold in
Benie, has been abandoned.
Itrigands Increasing in Number.
Havana, Feb. 25. Since the strong
hold of Capt General Salamanca has
been withdrawn, the brigands are
increasing in number and audacity.
They are swarming in the country
around Puerto Principe. They have
seized two wealthy men of that city
and carried them off to the mountains
where they hold them for a ransom.
Similar cases have occurred iu other
parts of the Island. As "the victims
have no hope of succor from the local
authorities, they yield to the demands
of the robbers.
Ihe 'tight Mies.
Paws, Feb. 25. -In the vote in the
deputies on the proposed amnesty 1(H)
Republicans and the whole minority
voted airainst the .irovenimeiir. C:l-
sagnac exclaimed, 'The government
has been saved by the Bight."
Abe Lincoln Better.
London, Feb. 25. Abraham Lin
coln, the son of Robert T. Lincoln,
the United States minister, is slightly
better to-day. Despite the improve
ment in condition, the doctors still
consider the c:tse as dangerous.
A Political Prlnonrr.
Paws, Feb. 25.- The Due D'Or
leans, last night, was removed from
Concierge to the prison at Clairvaux.
He is treated as a political prisoner.
The list of persons, who are allowed
to visit him has been curtailed.
Villi 'ot Vote.
Berlin, Feb. 25.- -The conservative
leaders recommend that their party
abstain from voting on the second
ballot in the city, where the "division
is practically between the German
lilbemls and socialists.
Steamers Safel) Across.
Havke, Feb. 25. There has arrived
here the. steamer Saleretarne, from
New York. At Bremerhavcn, arrived
the Eider, from New York.
Death or a Scalp tor.
Pabis, Feb. 25. Alexander Jose
Oliva, the Eculptor; is dead. He was
born hi this city in 1812.
THAT HACKING COUGH can bo
so quickly cured by fehiloh's Cure. We
guarantee it J. C. Dement.
WHY WILL YOU eomh when Shi
lolfs Cure will give immediate relief.
Price, 10 els., 50 cts. and Si, at .!. C. De-utcnt's.
HAWTHORN'S ASTORIA !
LA BLANCHE AFRAID.
Mjsey Mates Him Oaail Before Aii
San Fkancisco. Cal., Feb. 25.
There Avas quite a liveley scene at the
California Athletic club last night
when the directors attempted to match
Jack .Dempsey and Geo. LaBlanche.
Both men were present and president
Fulda asked them if they would light.
"I am willing,' said Dempsey with a
smile. LaBlanche turned quite pale
and said "I decline."
Then Dempsey said: "Why, you
said you would light ihe winner of the
"McCarthy - Dempsey contest and I
should think you would be ashamed
to decline after yonr rash promise.
What are your objections to fighting
La Blanche replied: I can afford
to do without fighting as now things
are coming pretty easy with me.'
President Fulder interrupted and
said: "Would any purse tempt you';"
To this La Blanche answered. "Not
Dempsey. rising in his .seat in anger,
replied: "What is at present, La
Blanche? Are you. afraid of mo?
Why don't you fight? Confess that
von are afraid."
"Oh, no," said La Blanche.
"Well" cried Dempsey, "you are
afraid and I'll bet you S10,00l) in coin
that you are. You won a battle from
me on a ilnke and you know it. You
arc afraid to light me :'nd you know
it, way down in your heart. I'd be
ashamed to show my face, if 1 were
you, after all the roasting you have
liad from the papers and people."'
La Blanche sat still, gazing up ni
the ceiling while the Nonparicl
talked. Scores or men were looking
at him in amazement, until director
Fish called Dempsey to order, and he
apologized. La Blanche was offered
his own time and own figures: and a
telegram from New York offering him
31,000 to make a match was read, but
San Francisco Markets.
Sax Fkancisco, Feb. 25.- Wheat
verv dull; bnver season, $1.20!.;
buyer 90 days, $1.3G;-t.
Barley easv; bnver season, 773aC:
AN EXClTIXfi UI'X.
A Priiver Itnsincer'-. Kaop witlia Plniitl
IjsijM. George D.ivis is one r the oldest
and best kuowu engineers in Denver.
He commenced in 1870 on thooldDen
ver Pacific, and was firing for Ed.
Hoskins on old No. ")0 when the en
gine brought the first passenger train
to Denver in 1870. In 1S72 he was
given charge of an engine and con
tinued in active service o:i that line
until recently, when, owing to sick
ness, he was obliged to lay eff: but the
company, appreciating his valuable
services, has him employed in I ho
Union depot examining train hands as
to their knowledge of train rules and
George had the reputation of being
one of the fastest runners on the road,
and on one occasion, when pulling
President Adams car, a sjeed indica
tor in the car indicated seventy miles
an hour for a short distance, but
George thinks the fastest time he eer
made was on the afternoon of July 12,
1875. when he inn a race with :i flood
in Sand creek and beat it by ju-l sev
enty seconds. George can tell the
story best, however.
"It was during the time we were
having so many Hoods, and the bridge
over Sand creek had been washed out
a few days before, and the track ran
down over the sand in the bottom of
the creek, which was always dry ex
cept when there wa a Hood."
"We were an hour late that after
noon, and when we reached Eaton,
forty-eight miles from Denver, we
were just taking water at the tank
when D. B. Keeler, who was the
agent at that place then, came run
ning out to me with a message, which
Make nil possible, hnsto to Denver.
Water coining down Sand creek.
"The message was signed by Colonel
Fisher, the superintendent, and I
knew it meant get there, and the way
I lammed the old machine goiug over
the track that afternoon was a caution.
We had no air brakes in those days,
and had six stops to make, but were
only sixty-four minutes from Eaton to
"When we reached the bank of the
creek it was nearly dusk, but 1 could
see the water coming only a few rods
above, foaming and roaring, a solid
wall six feet high, full of timbers and
wreckage from the Kansas Pacific
bridge a few miles above, and I thought
at first I would not chance it, but jubt
as I was about to blow for brakes, 1
caught sight of Colonel Fisher on the
other side waving his hat to me to
come on. sol pulled her wide open
and we plunged down in the hole and
wriggled up the other side just seven
ty seconds before the water struck the
track and wiped it out of existence
with a roar.
"I stopped as quick as I could after
we got over, and if you ever saw a de
lighted set of nasseni'ers thev Avere
there. You see, they didn't know any j
thing about it until we were down iii !
the creek bottom, when thev saw the !
water coming. Scared? 'Well, you'
can bet they were. They iiad been un
easy all the way from Enton, and had
Call Early and Take Your Choice !
been coaxing Ed Hoskins he was the
conductor to make me stop running
so fast, but when we swung down into
the creek bottom at the rate of fifty
miles an hour they knew something
was up. and when they caught sight
of the Hood they saw right away what
the matter was. They got out
on the bank and acted fool
ish, cheering me and throwing
their hats in the air and shaking
hands with me and saying "God
bless you!" and all that sort of thing.
Oh, we had a big time there for a
while, and it wjis days before we could
run trains across the creek again."
X FaSth-l'nre V'clim.
Philadelphia, P;u, Feb. 21. The
body of Frank Hal let de Silver was
buried yesterday. His friends charge
that his death is traceable to the
mind-cure craze. He was the stepson
of John K. Barclay, a member of the
Union League. Two years ago he
contracted lung tronblc, which de
veloped into consumption. He was
then tinder the care of Dr. Goodno,
who advised a change of air aud scene.
So the young man went to the Adi
rondacks, where he remained until he
considered himself thoroughly healed.
Then he returned to his homo in
this city, but the moist climate soon
brought back the dise;ise, and Inst
winter he went south for an extended
stay. Several months ago he went on
a visit to an uncle and aunt in New
York. These relatives are firm believ
ers in Dr. "Whipple, on 125th street,
who professes to cure disease by the
mind treatment. The uncle and aunt
persuaded young De Silver to become
a patient or Dr. Whipple. The doctor
told him to eat what he chose, to go
out in all kinds of weather, not to
fear a return of consumption,
aud to enjoy himself as he
desired. "Whipple did not pre
scrilic any medicine. Do Silver stead
ily grew weaker, though by direction
of Whipple he wrote home to his
mother that he was getting on splend
idly. Two weeks ago his uncle no
ticed how rapidly he was failing, and
wrote a letter to his mother, Mrs.
Barclay, who immediately started for
New York. She found her son a mere
skeleton, so weak that he was practi
cally helpless. She at once called in a
regular physician, Dr. Kitller, who
did all in his iower to save the young
man's lire, but the case had pro
gressed loo far, and on Friday last he
(lied. Mr. De Silver's step-father,
John K. Barclay, says:
"My wife is utterly unstrung, but I
am anxious to get that mau Whipple
by tho throat. He may or may not
believe in his methods of practicing
medicine, bnt I know he let Frank
De Silver die on his hands. His
mind cure treatment seems to bo all
rubbish, bnt he has an enormous
practice. There are 100 patients in
New York to-night who are dying by
inches, and through this man's order
keep their friends deceived as to their
Tin' I)allcs Desires Co-operation.
The commercial advantages of the
inland seaport are not at all in har
mony with those of the inland em
pire. This has leen verified in many
different ways, and the )eople of The
Dalies cannot evpeefc anything but
Punic faith from the business men of
that city. We have a rich country,
unlimited resources and soil which
will produce abundantly: but if we
desire to develop and grow and pros
per, we must Isolate ourselves politic
ally and commercially from that city,
and ally ourselves with some jKiint
like Astoria, which is directly inter
est cd in our welfare. -Tinus-Moiuit-
I'ul i)3 the ilraLrs
If oti fi'ii! yixi :in tiiit; il iv:i i ill in ivinl
nf hciltii. "t tiNixsttc t'.i. in.piiri' 1 ilic
tion .tinl :tv';iiiI.iHin art tic in;irk of de
cline I'll lhc" tml ii!i r iiidicitionsnl
pri'iti itr tl.-r:t .ilh (lie taml Mtalzer
ami n'Mnriini t m. lliMHvr's Stourirh
I!.Pcr. Kfptit.ir.f: :: tilt' fou.it.iiii head,
tin- stum -ii'!i. t!ii U:t !- UMirilU'-t in In
t'flli'I'MK' . e t i' 'Is its -rnis, and sets it vl
noiiMy at work The diue-tive orm is
fiiusrmli't'l lo Ihoroiislilv separate from
tlie food it nutritive principles, winch the
blood jLiinil.iIitiu'. is enriched, thus is the
Nstcm nourished, and lieinc nourished
strengthened, and abnormal wastf of its
tissues staed. Appetite, the power to rest
well, a regular habit are also rc-establNhed,
and the arIous Inactions move once mre
in their natural and healthful groove. The
15itter. mo.i'over. Isusp rifle, for and pr
entivc of malarial complaints, rheumatism,
biliousness and kidney troubles.
The other day an Arkansas woman
gave birth to four girl babies, where
upon an old maid sent her $100, tak
ing good care, though, to impress up
on the mother's miud that the
money was sent through sympa
thy and not as an endorsement of
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
JYIicn Baby was sick, wo gave her Castoria.
JVhca she iras a Child, she cried for Castoria,
tVhcn sbo became Miss, she clung; to Castoria,
.YLpn she haJ Children, she gave them Castorif
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspep
sia and Liver Complaint? Sliiloh's Vi
tal iz-r is guaranteed to cure yon. .1. C.
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miser
able by that terrible, cough. Sliiloh's
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FIRE AT TANC0D7EE.
Bib Com Honse BnrneJ-County
JtAlt WEATHER FOR SEALERS.
Vancouver, Wash., Feb. 25. At
12:45 o'clock this morning the county
court house was discovered on fire.
A high northeast wind soon set the
wholo south half of the building in
flames. The fire engine arrived too
late to be of much service, and the
fire spread so rapidly that there was
but little time to save five prisoners
confined in the jail in the basement of
the building, three of whom were car
ried out half suffocated. Mr. Burnett,
one of Sheriff Fleming's assistants,
saved himself by jumping from a sec
ond story window. He was badly
bruised, though apparently not seri
ously. The fire started, judg
ing from tho appearances, in
the southeastern part of the building
in the first story and spread with in
conceivable rapidity. The building,
which is partly stone and partly brick,
is a total loss. It is insured at S25,
000, though it cost S55,000.
The superior and probate court re
cords are totally destroyed. Tho aud
itors aud treasurer's records are un
certain as yet, being in the vaults,
which sire supposed to be fireproof.
Judge Bloomfield lost his liberary,
valncd at $2,500. The los3 to the
county is at least a clear S100.000.
The origin of tho fire is as yet un
known. As tho fire was aided by a
high wind, the building was a total
ruin within an hour after the alarm
The Sealing Baslaess
Victoria, B. C, Feb. 25. The sloop
Alice arrived from the west coast on
Snnday, .and reports tho weather
so stormy that scaling is impossible.
Considerable trouble is being ex
perienced this year in securing crews.
Captain Jacobs, the former owner
of the American sealing schooner
Jlollie Adams is still confined in jail,
not having yet convinced tho court
that ho is unablo to pay Baxter the
sum awarded him for breach of con
tract, by Jacobs failing to deliver
seal skins over to him. Tins is the
case in which justice Drake decided
that the Behring sea was a high sea,
open to commerce.
Backed too Far.
PoutiiAND, Feb. 25. This morning
the bhort Lino passenger tram No.
1, backed across the railroad bridge
and collided with two Northern
Pacific freight cars, which were stand
ing on the track near the Tacoma
passenger depot Nobody was hurt
but the cars were damaged to the
value of S500.
Portland, Feb. 25. C. S. Porter, a
fanner, near Oregon City, was knocked
down and robbed of S63 last evening.
Portland. Feb. 25. Nollie Bo we,
thirteen years old, was adjudged inj
All the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the choicest
perfumery, and toilet nrliclt s etc ran
lie bought at the lowest prices ut J. W.
Conn's drug :ton', opposite Occident
sure jmasm cure.
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My wife had violent pains in her neck,
which was very sore and 6ti(T, bnt was cured
entirely by St. Jacobs OIL JAMES 8TOWB.
At Druggists and Dialers.
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In Bialarial districts their virtues are
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Price 25 cents per box.
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FOB, SALE !
The West One-Half;of;Block 71,
Only three blocks south of the Odd Fel
lows' building. There is a fine duelling on
tills choice property that will rent at top
figures the year round.
For farther particulars inquire of
ASTORIA REAL ESTATE CO.
Astoria Real Estate &
This powder never vanes, A marvel of
jiurity, strength and wholesomeness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and can
not be sold in competition with the multi
tude of low test, short weight, alum or phos
phate powders. Sold only in cans. Royal
Bakino PowdkuCo. 106 V'all-st.. N. V.
Lkwis M. Joitnse: & Co., Agents, Port
In consequence of the demand for those
beautiful level lots, Mr. P. C. Warren has
been induced to plat ntnety-six lots
Adjoining Warrenton on the East.
Which will be known aud sold as
THE RAJLBOAD runs through the plat,
which is oniv 200 vards from the Warrenton
depot. For further information call at
once on tne
ASTORIA REAL ESTATE CO.
A NEW ENTERPRISE.
City Express Transfer Company.
H. D. Thing and C. E. Miller,
Headquarters at Main Street wharf.
TELEPHONE NO. 43.
A General Express and Delivery Business
Your patronage is solicited.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
There is no occasion for the most fasttdl
ous of our citizens to send to Portland or
o.vn r run Cisco ior
Custom Made Clothes
As they can get Retter Fits. Better Work-
mumiup. aim ior Icvs Money.
By Leaving their Orders with MEAN Y.
Kew Coods bv Every Steamer.
Call ftbil Km Him aa.l SHtUr) TonrKrlT.
P. J. Mcany. Merchant Tailor.
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Lots In Tract 3 of the beautiful suburb of
CHELSEA, only five minutes walk from the
steamer landingat Sklpanon and terminus
of A. & s. C. R. It. These lots are cOxlOO feet,
on the first bench above the tide land, are
clear and level, and good water obtainable
within ten feet of surface. Prices from $60
to $75 ; $20 down, balance $10 per month.
Ten Acres, suitable for platting, clear and
level : on county road and within easy drive
Front Corner Residence Lot in Block No.
Six Lots in Block 9, ADAIR'3 ASTORIA,
running clear through the block, and mak
ing a line residence site. 100x150. Only one
block from Columbia river and street car
line. Price, St. 050. part cash.
,T. H. MANSELL,
Real Estate Broker.
School Meeting Nttice.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE LE
gal voters of School District No. 1 will
be held at the school house iu Astoria, Clat
sop county, Oregon, on Monday, March 3d,
1830, at 7 p. M.. for the purpose of electing
one director to serve lor three years, and
one clerk to serve for dne year ; also to levy
taxes to support a school in said district, and
for Interest on bonds, and for the redemp
tion of bonds, and for incidental expenses of
said district. By order of the Board of
Directors. C. W. FULTON. Chairman.
Attest : J. G. HUSTLER, Clerk.
Astoria, Feb. 20, 1S90.
And HU"C -.
LESS THAN ONE MILE FROM
THE O. R. & N. DOCK,
Prices Low and
KEEN & COOK, AGENTS.
Beautifully situated on the banks of the Columbia, ad
joining proposed Public Park and near the '
newly discovered coal beds.
Only 835 per Lot for a tew days. Get in now aud secure
FRANK SPITTLE. Agent,
oo?S?rter,?RSKl.tIie I,wac0 a"l Shoalwater Bay Railroad. THE GREAT
EST SUMMER RESORT ON THE NORTHWEST COAST. Lies at thelhtai
of the Bay, at deep water, and only twelve miles from the bar. The comine
County heat and Commercial Metropolis of Pacific county. Now laid out Lots
on the market from S50, and upwards.
For particulars and full information, call on or address
B. A. SEABORC,
mH i I BfiiHb:
GRAND PRIX PARIS 1878,
GRAND CROSS OF THE LEGION D'HONNEDR.
They received the
ONLY GOLD MEDAL '
For FLAX THREADS at the
And have been awarded HIGHER PRIZES at the various
Than the goods of any other
IN THE WORLD,
Quality Can Always "be Depended on.
Experienced Fislermen Use no Oilier.
HENRY DOYLE & CO..
517 and 519 Market Street. SAN FRANCISCO.
AQENT8 FOR PACIFIC COAST.
WOODBERRY SEINE TWINE. ROPE and NET
TING Constantly on Hand. SEINES, FOUNDS and
axv-qjtd xnnusnea xo oraer
Trust Co., PortlandJAg'ts
at .Lowest factory rnces.