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THE DAILY ABT0R1AN, ASTORIA SATURDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 21 1895.
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for Infants and Children.
MOTHERS, Do You Know that Paregoric,
Bateman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many socalled Soothing Syrups, oud
most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine?
Po Yon Know that opium and morphine are stupefying norcetlc poisons?
1o Tog Know that in most countries druggists are, not permitted to sell narcotics
Without labeling them poisons ?
Po Von Know that yoa should not permit any medicine to be given your child
unless you or your physician know of what it is composed I
Po Yon Know that Castorla is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of
Its Ingredients is published with every bottle ?
Po Yon Know that Castorla is the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuel Pitcher.
That It has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castorla Is now sold than
of all other remedies for children combined?
Po Yon Know that the Patent Office Department of the United States, and of
other countries, have Issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word
" Castorla and its formula, and that to imitate them is a state prison offense ?
Po Yon Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection
was because Castoria had been proven to be absolutely harmless ?
Po Yon Know that 35 average doses of Castorla are furnished for 33
cents, or one cent a dose?
Po Yon Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your cliildreu may
be kept well, and that yoa may have unbroken rest?
Well, these things are worth knowing. They arc facts.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
The lirgest an! roost complete display evei made of the Resources, Industries. Ccmmerce, Business,
Agriculture, Forests, Mines, fruits, Fisheries, Manufactures and Transportation Facilities or the Great
Fine Music. Special Attraction Every Duy, Reduced Rates
on all Transportation Linen,.
Children under 13 Years
Season Tickets ,
E. C. HASTEN, Secretary.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, 1895-1898.
THE UNIVERSI TY OF OREGON, Eupcnn. Orrficn, oilers free tuition to ul
Mu ltMitH. Young meu can obtrtin board, lodging, heat tuid light in tlio dormitory
for $2.50 ier week. Roomers furnish thtir own linen. Youni women are provided
with board in privnt? families at $3. 00 p;'r wek. Yonns women desiring board
should address Prof. John Slrimp, Kn.ene, Oregon ; or Secretary Young Women's
Christian AsS'ieiutiou, Eugene. The University offers three bncealanrento degrees
Bachelor of Ads, Bachelor of Science mid Kuehelor of Letters, with corresponding
courses of study. The following t.lioittr courses are also offered : An English course
leading in two yenrs to a business diploma
in Euttlitih; au' advanced course for graduates of normal schools lending to tlio de
gree matter of pedagogy ; a three years' course in civil engineering leading to the
degree civil engineer; a course of two years for teachers of phyeical education
leading to a diploma and the (itlo director of physical education. The University
charge. an incidental fee of ten dollars, which is payable in advance by all students.
Students holding diplomas from the public pohools and those having teachers' cer,
tiflcates are admitted to the preparatory department without examination. Those
desiring information regarding the preparatory department should address the
dean, N. L. Narregan, Eugene.
For catalogues and information address C. H. Chapman, President, or J. J
Walton, Secretary, Eugene, Oregon.
I?. P. ELiJVIORE,
fl. H. HARRISON,
Sailin ? dates to and from Tillamook and Nehalem depend
on the weather. For freight and j as.-engcr
rates apply to
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO., Agents.
O. K & N. CO.,
la on every
:.!; For Exhibit Space apply at the Exposition
: Building to
C. H. HUNT, Superintendent.
and in three years to tlio tit'e prndiinte
Open For -Special
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ALONG THE WATER FE0NT.
HE WENT FISHING IN THE BROOK.
He went fishing In the wi'.dwood,
In the dancing mountain brook,
Where he used to llsh In childhood
With a bent pin for a hook;
He bethought lilm of the catches
That he used to show with pride.
And the sun'burn and the scratches
That adorned his youthful hide.
Now, ho has ai fancy tackle,
And a rod iff spill bamboo,
Fulos of every style of hackle.
Clicking reel, and silk line, too.
With a twelve-pound basket laden,
Harnessed up with straps and bands,
He had patent boots to wade in.
And kid gloves upon his hands.
Gayly then he started fishing'
In a shady nook and cool,
Where the willows, gently swishing,
Overhung a we'd known pool,
That was where he used to act:h them
When he was an urchin small,
Suro'.y now he ought to cat?h them
With his fancy rig and ail!
But alas! he could not do It,
Though he fished the pool all day;
Not a trout that ambled through it
Took the pains to come his way;
But his cuss words made the aJr blue,
And he whipped the creek to foam
Then he smashed his fancy bamboo.
Paid his bi!l and came back home.
A number of Fraser IKiver canneries
commenced packing cohoes i'a'Jt week and
will doubtless add a little to the pack
already reported. The arrivals of Alas
ka salmon at San Francisco up to Sept.
19, were 337.4S0 cases and 9,932 barrels.
inuring me recent navtu' maneuvres ine
British fleet successfully accomplished a
.... . ....
tactical problem. Two fleets were placed
In the Atlantic, separated by a distance
of 100 miles, and in positions unknown to
each other. They were Instructed to find
each other and effect a junction. They
found each other In alx hours and effect
ed the junction In twelve.
Seaboard: There are four fine Yankee
sailing vessels at piers 18 and 19 East
River loading on long voyages. They are
the steel four-rnasted ship Dlrlgo, and the
wooden ship Aryan, loading In Sutton's
line for San Francisco; the Baring Broth
ers loading for the same port in Grace's
'line, and the hark Holllngswood (loading
for 'Honolulu for Charles H. Brewer of
The latest buMetln of the coast nnd
the chart shows the entrance tar cor- I
rec-ted from a survey by the United States
engineers in 1S94; the position of Channel
Rock, a recently discovered danger with
6 feet of water over it; the range lights
for avoiding Channel Rock; and topo
graphical details In the Vicinity of Ya
The Oriental and Occidental steamship
Beligic, stranded at the entrance of the
harbor of Yokohama, seems to have set
tled down on the rocks for a long stay.
Several thr3e-word cablegrams have fil
tered Into this port which have been
very interesting from a newspoint, but
a Httle monotonous. They read some
what In this style: "The Belglc !s on
the rocks, but reslng easily, and will
bs floated." 'The Belgic la ashore and
rrstlng easily, and all preparations com
pleted for getting ner off." "The Belgic
Is on the beach, resting easily, and It is
exppcted that she will soon be gotten oft."
It Is estimated that the fifteen Cana
dian schooners that hunted off Copper
Island secured an average of 400 ekins
each or a total of 6,000. For the thirty
five British Columbia vessels that ent?red
Bering Sea an average of about 800 skins
each, Is anticipated, or a total of about
2S.O00 skins, and nn estimated total fall
catt-h of 34.000. The coast catch of Brit
ish Columbia schooners was some where
in the neighborhood of 60,000 skins, as
compared with 94,474 skins last year. An
offer of $10.25 a skin all round has been
made the sealers by J. Boscowltz & Sons.
Some consider the offer a good one, being
an advance of 23c on Mr. Llebe's recent
quotation! while others believe that wlthr
the catch only two-thirds that of last
year, there Is a good prospect of a bet
ter market. B. C. Commercial Journal.
The Call of Tuesday brings furthsr par
tlcul'arstioulars about the Bawnmore de
cision. It says: "The British naval court
held before Acting Consul-General Moore
to Investigate the wreck of the Bawn
more, has made its report. Captain
AVoodslde Is exonerated from all blame
and retains his certificate. The findings
of the court conclude aa follows: Upon
the evidence given the vessel appears
to have been navigated In a seamanlike
manner, and, In the opinion of this court
the stranding of the Bhlp Is attributable
to an excess of current setting in tow
ard the land, of which the master could
have no knowledge In the thick weather
prevailing since U.iv.'nj Capt Flattery
The error in tha compass also appears
to have contributed to the loss of the
vessel, In causing her to be taken inside
her course up to the 27tn of Augjst,
when the error in the compass was dis
covered and rectified. Considering these
circumstances the court sees no ground
for blaming the conduct of the master
and returns his certificate herewith. The
officers and crew appear to have con
ducted themselves properly and used
their best endeavors to save the vessel."
One of the most brilliant pieces of
ocean-wrecking seamanship on record,
whereby the vessel, far out on the At
lantic with her cargo on fire, was save4
and brought safely Into port, was per
formed on board the American ship John
Kay, commanded by Captain Samue'i
Jackson. When two weeks out the cargo
was dlocovered to be on fire. The cap
tain determined upon Ills course of ac
tion. He had tlio carpenter lowered over
the rail and instructed him to bore fev
ers! holes below the water line. The
vessel was then put on the other tack,
so that phe would be heeled over on
the side where the boles had been made.
The water shot through these openings,
and after the ship had been allowed to
sink almost to the level of the deck she
was put around on the other tack again
so that the holes came within two or
three feet of the top of the water. Sev
eral of the sailors, with lines made fast
upderr their arms and holding long wood
en pecs and hammers, slid down along
the !de. steadying themnelves with ropes
that fraj been passed under the reiuet
and hsulcd taut, so that they came along
aide of the -hole- The tapering pins were
thrust Into the openings and knocked In
Hunt, then the vessel was put before the
wind, to get on an even keel and the crew
turned to and pumped her out. Western
Mention was made on the 21st of a
cargo for England, cleared on the 20th,
valued at over 00,000. This was fol
lowed by the clearance of the Eudora di
rect for London on the 21st with a cargo
valued at over $300,01. Both vessels
took grain, fcut the most valuable part
of their freight consisted in large lines of
California fruits and vegetables and
canned salmon. The canned fruit ship
pers by the Eudora was as follows:
San Jose Fruit Packing Co., cases. 8,634
Fontana & Co goon
Balfour, Guthrie & Co j'to
q I Pacific Fruit Packing Co 3,800
A. r . -jenny k ;o 2,650
Oakland Preserving Company 2,720
Sacramento P. and Drying Co 2100
Otis, McAllister & Co '556
Swain & Hoyt 305
These consignments were valued at
over $100,000. The shipments of canned
salmon by the same vessel were as fol
lows: W. B. Bradford, cs 3C,S9b
J. K. Armsby & Co..... 6,000
C. B. Hollywood 3,509
Balfour, Guthrie & Co 1,000
Gets Bros 17;,
Most of the salmon was packed in
Alaska, and the total was valued at over
$200,000. The ship also carried about 750
tone Chevalier barley, valued at $17,000
besides a dozen other lines of miscel
laneous freight, the whole valued at $326,
342. The Queen Margaret for Liverpool
on the 20th carried a canro vnlnvi t
$234,000, including 45,091 cas2S California
.,Sr 1 . vegetables, valued at
$128,373, and 11,516 cs canned salmon, val
uea at j,764. Bulletin
THE PORTS OF FORMOSA.
London Tarnsport says: "The Japan
ese occupation of Formosa, has not be-
Kun ausnirrioiiff'v. Tn fant Tannn .,1.
the termination of the war wl'h China 8lanaa ttlone m lnB nry w meaicine.
has experienced a decided reversal of the" 1 11 19 a certaln Plnc for the cure, not
good fortune which attended her dur- l mljr of 'heum118"1. but o of all dls
ingf the struggle. Shorn of some of the i oaaes due t0 JmPverlsned nerwes and
fruits of her victory, the victim of chol- I l0,? , , , ,
ra and disaster, the new power in the The. ;!ose connection of well-fed nerves
Far Kast Has as yet tasted few of .he 1 and braln wlth healtl1 la,0le 80lld rock
sweets of conquest. As (for Formos? It I upon vMei ne c?orr mpomi
may wera oe aoubteJ whether, under,
Japanese rule, the future of the Island
wni me aa brilliant aa was expected. Four
centuries of Chinese domination have
been unable to briny the people under
subjection, and it la quite open to ques
tion whether the Japanese will bo more
successful. The people of Formosa the
dreaded "'black flags" are the sworn
enemies of ialbor, and they will resist
with all the energy they can command
any attempt on the part of the Japanese
to bring tem Into harmony with modern
.ucaa. Aiieir triiiei OL'ctinarion rnp ami
, . . ,, . .
! J. ' been l colleci h8 heads of
their Olrinese masters, and now; thev win
be able to give the Japanese a turn.
"Formosa haa been for various periods
of her history notorious as a place ot
shipwreck indeed, the island may claim
to bo t'he chosen home of the typhoon.
The Japanese, as well as ourselves, have
had dark nnd sinister experiences in
connection with the lpland their vessels
'have been wrecked and their crews mas
sacred by the natives. The Island can
boast of but one good harbor, and It
Is Sim'll. This Is Kelung, which Is badly
In need of dredging and protection by a
breakwater. It might then be able to
accommodate Itbout ten steamers of
2000 tons each. Tamsul is another north
ern port, but it Is suitable only for llght
drteught junks and is handicapped greatly
by the bar at the mouth of the river,
upon which it 1s situated. The place
!? "Ii"?,, Importance, but H Is
the anchorage for native craft which are
too large to proceed ten miles further up
the river to Tal-pe-Foo, the commercial
caipital, where cargoes are distributed.
The harbor of Takow In the southwest
has an area of some thirty square miles,
and It is sheltered at all seasons of the
year. With effected dredging it could be
made one of the best ports In the whole
df the Far East. There are two other
ports on the west coast, but they are suit
able onty for small junks. On the east
coast the only barbor after Kelung Is
Suao bay. It Is the chief coaling port of
Formosa, but the anchorage Is anything
but satisfactory. It Is considered poasible
that In the northern part of the island
coal fields may be developed. Consular
reports show that tea and sugar are
the chief exports of the Island." .
"The Japanese mercantile marine has
thus far been prlncipa'Jly been occupied
in the coasting trade. Navigation to for
eign ports is still 4n Its infancy. Not to
speak of far distant countries, even In the
case of the Chinese ports the number ot
Japanese ships visiting them Is far be
hind that of some European countries. In
JS93 the number of Japanese vessels visit
ing Chinese ports was 623, and their ag
gregate tonnage 5G6.3T9 tons. In the mat
ter of the carrying trade with China,
Engl'and stands first, then Germany, ana
Japan comes third,
DID YOU EVER
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for
your troubles? If not, get a bottle now
and get relief. This medicine has been
found to be peculiarly adapted to the
relief and cure of all female complaints,
exerting a wonderful direct Influence In
giving strength and tone to the organs.
If you have Loss of Appetite, Constlpa
:lon, Headache, Fainting Spells, or are
Nervous, Sleepless, Excitable, Melan
choly or troubled with Dizzy Spells, Elec
tric Bitters Is the medicine you need.
Health and Strength are guaranteed by
Its use. Large bottles only 60 cents at
Chas. Rogers' drug store.
6am Johnslng Get out of here, you
George Washington I ain't no niggah.
Sam Johnslng What are you?
George Washington I, I'se a Irish col
ored ge'lman, I is.
One of the most highly skilled design
ers of the day Is Charles E. Barber of
the mint of Philadelphia. He has a
workshop there, in which ara turned
out ail of tha die for Uncle Sam's
pieces of metal money. Every now and
then the government wants a medal
struck for one purpose or another per
haps congress may vote one to a dis
tinguished citizen, as in the case of Jo
seph Francls-and the devices for It are
produced by Mr. Barber and his assist
ants. SHORT INTERVALS OF PEACE.
Only are vouchsafed to nerves weak and
unstrung, but When It Is braced up ana
soothed by Hostetter's Stomach Bitters,
perfect tranquility reigns night and day
throughout the nervous system. Ner
vousness Is equally a manifestation of
chronic dyspepsia, a disorder to the re
lief of which the Bitters are peculiarly
adapted. In the general vigor begotten
of complete digestion and assimilation,
two functions aided by this auxiliary of
health, the nerves of coarse share. Ner
vous people should us It steadily, not
at uncertain Intervals. The bi.lous and
constipated, and those troubled with ma
laria, rheumatism and kidney trouble,
also derive remarkable benefits from It.
The aged and Infirm find that It ten is i
greatly to lessen ineir physical trouliltr,
and persons slowly recovering str.mgth
n exhausting- lllneu convalesce
more rapidly when It 1 resorted to. It
U, moreover, a capital appetizer.
Palne'i Celery Compiij a Sure
No Well-Informed Person Snf
. fers from It.
THE DISEASE NO LO-SUEE AN IN'
Greatest of All Ileinediea Prescribed
A Long, Brilliant kecord of Remark
Neuralgia and rheumatism two disor
ders no longer Incurable.
Physicians today get rid of rheumatism
and neuralgia, as they do sleeplessness,
melancholy, (hysteria, and other results
of nervous exhaustion, by building up the
system and supporting its delicate nervo
parts by the use Of Paine' a celery com
pound. Palne's celery compound attacks the
disease by getting 4 he system back to
its properly nourished condition. It
; Z Ci.
en all over the country who have been
cured of rheurmUl&m once and for all,
by Palne's celery compound, have made
good all that the medical fraternity first
predicted for It.
That It restores health and strength to
the body made weary, listless and de
spondent, from nervous deJblllty, needs,
no proof today In thousands ot homes.
The list of those It has freed from
rheumatism is a long one. It contains
a host of well known men and women
at ihome ar.d abroad. Every city and
town In the United1 States and Canada)
'flints celery compound was nrsi pre
pared ty Prof. Edward E. Phelps, M. D.,
LL. D., of Dartmouth College. Ever
since its first appearance It has been
the one recognized nerve and brain in
vlgorator among medical men. Its con
stant use by physicians, where an active
nutriment Is urgently needed, rpeaks vol
umes for Its efficacy In diseases of ner
Strength, buoyant spirits and freedom
from pain come with Its use.
Whistling Plgs-C. V. Cooper, Al. ' Van
Epps and H. Smith returned from the
Icicle (Range Saturday, whera they lhad
been fishing, rusticating and prospect
ing. They discovered a new lake 'on
the apex of one of the mountains, and
listened to weird and luxurious music
of the whistling pig, of which there are
many on that nigh nange. This peculiar
animal resembles fox more than a
pig, and weighs fromi 25 to 40 pounds.
In color It ranges from a dark Iron gray
to almost white. Ita whistling propen
sities are marvelous .and many a time
has It fooled the lonely prospector Into
the belief that he was not entirely com
panlonlcss In the mountains. Mr. Vain
Epps decliaires they are musical wi nders,
and that they often give open air con
certs of the most entrancing nature.
Check pads for improving the contour
of the face cost five guineas a pair in
London. They are made ot coralllte, and
have to be molded with great care.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salva 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 Pllee, or no
pay required. It la guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded.
Price, 25 cents per liox. For sale by
Chas. Rogers. Odd Fellows' building.
There are many good reasons why you
dhould use One Minute Cough Cure.
There ore no reasons why you should not,
if in need of help. The only harmless
remedy that produces Immediate results.
Shorten it with Cottolene inr
stead of lard and see what a
crisp crust it will have j how
delicious and wholesome it
will be. Pie made with Cot
tolene will do a dyspeptic
good. Do everybody good
because it is good. There is
only one eecret in cooking
with Cottolene use but two
thirds as much as you would
naturally use of lard. Follow
this rule and Cottolene will
do the rest.
nofiTilna It told crnrwhm la tins with
trftd-mrk 6'offrj," And tlw't had
im Otton-jilt vreatk on everf lio,
ftUd only br
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Children Cry fcr
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A POIHTEH I
erCsll Into the Aatorl.n office
and get (ample copies of our ttgw
lar Commercial edition.
It VIeans fAoney
in X OUT rOCKvt, t j
There are many persons
alive and well to-day with
only one useful lung.
The consumptive should
not despair. Scott's
Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil
with Hypophosphites of
Lime and Soda strength
ens the vital organs and
supplies healthy tissue to
take the place of tissue
that is diseased.
Give" the consumptive
good care and Scott's
Emulsion. You will be
surprised to find how
quickly this treatment
Scott iiBowns.N.Y. Ml Drug-giiti. 50c and $1.
E. ricNEIL, Receiver.
wii ir . . j
Pullman and Tourist Sleeper
Freo tTeollrilng Chilra Car.
Astoria to San Francisco.
Columbia, Friday, Bopt. 6.
State of California, Wednesday, Sept. 11,
Columbia, Monday, Sept. 16.
State, Saturday, Sept. 21.
Columbia, Thursday, Sept. 26. .
State, TueBday, Oct.. 1.
Columbna, Sunday, Oct. 6.
Astoria and Portlnd Steamers.
Tlw T. J. Potter will leave Atorl at
7 p. m. dally, except Sundiy; leave Port
land tt 7 a. m. dally, except Sunday,
The R, R, Thompson will leave Astoria
at 6:4S u m. dally, oxcept Sunday; leave
Portland at S p. m. dally, except Satur
For rates and general information call
on or address
C. F. OVERBAUGH.
Commercial Agent, Astoria, Or.
W. H. HURLBURT,
Gen. Fan. Aft, Portland, Gr.
Are You Going East?
Ba sure and see that your ticket
This la the
GREAT SHORT LINE
And all Points East and
Their Magnificent Track, Peerlens Ves
tlbuled Dining and Bleeping Car
Train and Motto:
"ALWAYS ON TIME "
Have given this road a national reputa-j
tlon. All classes of passengers carried
on the ventlbuled trains without extra
charge. Ship your freight and travel
over this famous line. AU agents have
W. H. MEAD, F. C. SAVAGE.
Gen. Agent Trav. F. and P. Agt
248 Washington st, Portland, Or.
ROYAL Baking Powder.
. Highest ot all la leavening
Strength.-V. S. Oovsromcat Report
SING L.TJNG. Prop,
Kllntep Goods Jast Received,
An excellent stock of unditrwear. hos
iery, caps, etc., at extramcly low prices.
417 Bond Street, next door to Mouler'a
The Oasis of thf
BELOW THE LEVEL
OF THE SEA
Dry and Pure Tropical
Pronounced by Physicians tlio
most Favorable in America
for Sufferers from . . . '
Lung Diseases and
Many Remarkable Cures
The objections urged against India
In the past by the large numbers who
otherwise would have been glad to tak
advantage of Its beneficial climate, has
been a lack of suitable accommoda
tion. The Southern Paclflo Company,
takes pleasure In announcing that sev
eral Commodious and
have Just been erected at India sta
tion, mai wm oe rented to applicants
at reasonable rates. Tbey are fur
nlthed with modern conveniences, sup
plied with pure arteslau water, and no
situated as to gove occupants all the
advantages to be derived from a more
or leBs protracted residence In this de
(From the San Francisco Argonaut.)
in the heart of the great desert of
the Colorado which the Southern Pa
cllio road traverses there Is on oasis
called Indio, which, In our opinion, It
the sanitarium of the earth. We be
lieve, from personal Investigation, that
for certain Invalids, the-e Is no spot of
this rvlnjiet nn favnrn.hlp
G. T. Stewart, M. D., wrlteB: "The
purity of tho air, and the eternal sun
shine, fill one with wonder and delight.
Nature has accomplished so
much that there remains but little for
man to do. As to its possibilities as a
health resort, here Is the most per
fect sunshine, with a temperature al
ways pleasant, a perfectly dry soil
for rain Is an unknown - factor; pure
oxygen, donM atmosphere and pure
water. What more can be desired T
It Is the place, above all others, for
lung troubles, and a paradise for rheu
matics. Considering the number of
sufferers who have been cured, I have
no hesitancy In recommending this
genial oasis as the haven of the afflict
Is 612 miles from
and 130 imles from
Fare from Los Angeles
For further Information Inquire ot
any Southern Pacllic Company agent,
EJ. P. ROGERS, '
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. S. P. Co.
J. B. KIRKLAND,
Dlst. Pass. Agt.
Cor. First and Alder Sts Portland. Or.
J. A PASTABENDi
PILE DQIVEH, HOUSE, BRIDGE ilflD
Address, box 180, PoslofTice. ASTORIA, OR
The partnership heretofore existing be
tween C. J. Greenlund and Anton Brlx
florists, Is hereby dissolved by mutual
consent, and all debts of the said firm
will be paid by C. J. Greenlund end C. O.
Palmberg, and all outstanding accounts
are due and payable to them.
C. J. GREENLUND,
KARL'S CfcOVER HOOT will Durlft!
your blood, clear your complexion, reg
olate your Bowels, and make your bead
nlno. an Vio ' I OF. nia f.ll nta and tl iti
....... Ml U k. . . . . wu k. . '. , UV V IM, . . . WJl
Sold by J. W. Conn.
INDORSED B7 THE PRESS.
Gentlemen: This Is to certify that I
have used Krause's Headnune Capsules
with satisfactory results. I bought a
box which cost ine .5:, nnd one canei'le
cured me of a dreadful sick lindsche.
My wife and mvself have both used
the medicines manufactured by the
Norman Llfbty Mf'r Co., and we re
commend them to the public as belnx
JJust what they are represented.
' W. 3. HUTCHISON.
Ed. Gazette, Pleasant Hill. Mo.
Twenty-five cents, for sale by Chas.
Rogers, Astoria. Or., sole agents.
Captain Sweeney, U. 8. A.. San Dlejro
Col., says: "Bhlioh's Catarrh Remed?
Is the first medicine I have ever founil
that would flo me any good. Price 10
t ts.8qld Jy 3.JW Coi-n.
Mrs. T. 8. iiawMns, rhattftnoo;",
Tenn,. says, "Shllor's Vltaliz.-r -SAVI ij
MY LIFE.' I consldc-r it me best rri
uly for a debilitated system I ever
used." For Dyspepsia, IJvtr or KiU.
ntjr trouble. It exeells. Piive 7i ct.
Fr et W J. V. o-r.n.