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I which anchored lioro the day before
yesterday uiornimr, left Sydney July
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Heal estate transactions for August
make a healthy showing.
court, or at least a
was in session vester-
portion of it;
Mrs. Anna L. "Potts will shortly
bo here to deliver a course of medical
During tho last fiscal year -1,711,-!).!
acres of public lands were survey
ed in Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Wright, and
Mrs. E. L. Smith returned yesterday
from a visit to the Sound.
-The 10,000 appropriated for the
Coqmlle will be used at tho mouth of
the river. Here, too may be.
The Seattle Herald goes after
Prof. Scott, of the Magic Balm, who
wis here about six weeks ago.
The Cordelia will discharge 275
ions of coal at Gray's dock; the John
O'Gaunt puts off 500 tons at FJavel's
.T. P. Young, of the San Fran
cisco Chronicle, is on a voyage of ob
servation and went up on the Colum
Tho catching of tomcod and
smelt affords daily amusement and
employment to boys, young and old,
along the wharves.
Sons, of Liverpool, and we presume
will load grain for that port.
List of Letters
Remaining uncalled for in the I'ost
ofiicc at Astoria, Oregon, September
Larsen Hans P.
Macdonald A. L. 1
Mart ttia Joseph
Heichert m. II.
Young Chi is Una
Alexander, ilia S
Ralkain J). JI.
Barcc A n tow
Coffey John J.
Visiter -Mrs 1. M.
Fulton Ceo. W.
Hugh'. A. X.
Kaiiiuvan Ida 31
Persons calling for these letters
must give the dale thevare advertised.
W. ClIAM'K. P. M.
Mary Ann Mitchell to S. Albcrtine
Mitchell, 10 acres land, Sec. 17. T R V, R
l-C. A. McGuire and wife to Carl Ad-, . Msir-XrrT,roV'UAl0 U-llm SB' wai,'r
ler. Lots 1 and 2 blk 11.". Shively's Asto- froI,t McCluro s Astoria. 200.
ria. ifdo. ( 'W-J. TV. Nathan to A. V. Allen, lot x.
Thomas Wnlkelcv ami wile to James '. r3 T i ll 7 W. 5160.
domu '. oi uonauou cjuiui i -. Y..mai.umiiie 10 Aiiurew re-
sees. 10 13. and 22, 1' 8 N, R 9 W. $730. Trustees of the estate of M. J . Kinnev
David Wilson and wife to George J. to Andrew M. Johnson, Lot:?, blk in,
Wilson. Blk 18 and Wof blk I?. In jMeClmc's Astoria. $1000.
Wiiliamsport. ?1H. i :;ij0!iu Adair and wife to Andrew
David Wilson and wife to Perry C. Young, lot 1, blk 22, Fpjvr Astoria.
Wilson. Bite .', 8. IS. Williampoit. tt2.
S.T00. . 5;or.Tr.A(;KS i:klkasi:i.
2EniiIyC. KrewhjtoMaryO.BrowH.i 23 George Havel to J W.Gcarluut,
All her right to the estate of Cyrus 01- west lnt..hk 1H1, Shively's Atoria.!
1j. mi-- ,i- , f ,.. A ! Jv. Kellev.
, aays. inisis weoeiicvCjincquicKeruu lloM bi,orfcs aml witet bein;r raris of 1 terson, lot 8, Sec. :o,
(yet made hy an' sailing vessel between
Australia and Astoria." Captain
Powels gives a good account of the
voyage and says ho c.une up through
the Islands sighting several of them.
He hove to for a short time off the
islands of Ilaratonga and Humphrey,
but none of the inhabitants seemed
inclined to communicate. Prom the
abstract of the log of the John O'Gaunt
FALL STOCK !
Men's. Youths" and Boys
C. B. COOPER, GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Coats. Pants and Overcoats,
soft asj .sxirr
ney deceased. V00
Melvina Liudon and Alw Liiulon her
-Ceorgo Flavel to C. 11. Page, duiia-
husband and William Olney and wife jtion land claim of. J. W. MnfiUtand wife.
FALL STOCK OF
The newly-arrived recror of Grace
church, Rev. M. D. Wilson, will be
tondcred a reception at the residence
of Capt. M. M. Gilman, this even
ing. The British bark Cordelia, Baron
master, arrived in yesterday, 58 days
from New Castle, 2sT. S. W., with 800
tons of coal consigned to P.alfonr,
Guthrie & Co.
Every mechanic in Astoria is
busy; carpenters have orders ahead,
the main trouble with them being to
get lumber in sufficient quantities to
finish their contracts on time.
The Rrisish steamer Endyni;on,
which sailed from IJaltimure August
20th for Marseilles, took out a cargo of
09,271 bushels of wheat. Of this
amount 82,300 bushels were, trans
ferred from a Locust Point elevator
on board ljio ship in four hours. Tho
actual working time in loading and
slowing away the entire cargo was
eleven hours. Bulletin.
D. P. Thompson returned ftom
his inspection of Young's river, yes
day, and goes to Portland this morn
ing. Nothing definite has been ar
ranged as yet.
C. K. Yan Horn, the advance
agent for Shei man's circus, is in town,
and inform- ua that on the 27th ui3t.
that aggregation will be here. The
press speak very well of the circus
everywhere it has been, and we are of
the opinion that our citizeus will sec
a good performance.
Sacramento canncrymen are in
trouble. The fish that they catch
and send per steamer to San Francisco
are spoiled before they get to the
cannery, and must be throv. n into the
bay; the San Francisco papers rightly
raise a voice against throwing thou
sands of rotten iisli on the beach in
thickly settled portions of the city,
and all concerned arc in trouble
- The report that a genuine case of
Asiatic cholera has been developed in
little inland town of Michigan, o
casions grave fears that the dreadful
scourge may spread along every line
A case of domestic scandal was
under discussion at a tea-table. "Well,
let us think the best of her we can,"
to Mary O. Brown. All their right and
title to the estate or Lyrus uiney ue
George W. French and Benjamin F.
Brown to Mary O. Brown. All their
right to the Estate of Cyrus Olney de
Frank V. Olnej and wife to Mary O.
Brown. All their light to the estate of
Cyrus Olney deceased. iS0.
Charles Johnson to Peter Muller. Un
divided one half or S S W X sec 18 T
7 . 119 W. 78i5 acres :also undivided C
of XW X of SW of sec 18 T 7 N. B i
James Taj lor and wife to J. 1). Merry
man, hots l and two blklH, Shively's
. X. W. Tallant to J. C. Trullinger.
water front, SI.
C. 11. Page and u ife to John Ellis. W
y. of donation claim J. V. Moflll and
J Wm. Kiiemeyer and wife to Eben
P. Parker. Lots r nhd ii blk 73 Module's
3 I). K. Warren and wife aud P. C.!
Warren and wife to Cuttinu Packing J
Co. Land on Skipanon creek. ?:X)0.
7 J. 3f. Shivelv and wife to Erik
Mammla. Lot 8 Blk 2 Shively's Astoria.
John Adair and wife aud W. B. Adair
to S. D. Adair. Blk 10s east addition U
Quincy L. Adams and. wife to John
H. Shively. Lots l and 2 blk 111 Shive
ly's AMoria. Si.
31. M. Gilman and wife to William
Lancaster 3IcEwan. Land in sec 27 T
8 X, It KW.
J-lsaac Bergman. Ida Bergman and A.
W.fJerry and 3Iary Berry to Ludwiy
Agren. Lots ll blk 10 ami 2 bl k 27 town
of AKierbrool:. .2." .
C. JI. Page and wile to Abraham
Ernia. The E. K of the N E and the
N W4 of thcX"E if or see ll and the
X W ff oftheX W li or see 12 T 7
of B 10 W. S330.
11 Isaac Bergman and wife. A-. W.
Bern and wire to P. H. Johnson. Lots 0
and 12 blk 10 town of Alderbrook. 290.
Isaac Bergman and wife, A. W. Berry
and wifo to James Dalgity. Lot 9 blk
1G towd of Alderbrook. S1G3.
Isaac Bergman and wife. A. W. Berry
and wife to Christian Johnson. All
those fractional portions ot lots 7. 8, y,
io, ii ana l
C. Leinenweber ami wife. Hiram
Blown aud wife to Astoria Bok & Lum
ber Manufacturing Company. Blk 1
Upper Astoria. -c:t,000.
Astoria Box tfc Jjumbur 3Iaiinfnclur
ing Company to Point Adams Packing
Co. Land blk 1, Upper Astoria. SlOO.
12 Isaac Bergman and wire, A. W.
Berry and wife toB.Erickson. Lot 8 blk
10, town of Alderbrook. $K.
Henry W. Howard and wife to A. B.
3ic31illan. 4: 8-100 aercs land in T 7 N ,
11-L.H. Parsons to S. P. 3rars,h.TheS
E M of the S E V of sec 2G T 8 V. B 9
Sei.d 3'onr children to Cail Adlers for
their book and where they get a blot
ter, slate pencil, ruler, chromo, and pho-
tosraphs of all the Presidents of the'
--Get vour school liooks at Cuil
Will have a lot or genuiim iil paint
ings at the City Bonk -lore, on tht!
arrival or the Victoria.
Rrp.EK'j coats. cmp.ri:li.s.
n.'CXK'S. SATCHELS, En-,
1 1 If mi
of tne county, for sale at Carl Adlef . I
II. V.. I.itt
llaseoinpleled his Hig.iui Tail -lurk of'
dieses and cloaks. Iy sMiding si?r tr j
bust, length or sleeve, skirt, waist and"r
under arm, ho will send C. O. D., dresses j
from $10 upwards: dolmans from .
.Mrr.c- 11 t I ii-i-
Cor. Third and A lder, Portland. Or. j 1 aitor ami Clothier,
Te lap;-'l tock of fine
Foreipn nurt American
Seayers, Cloths, Piques,
Cassimcres and Pilot Cloths
To SKLECI KROM.
For the next 30 Days
Unparalleled Bargains ! !
Dry Goods and Clothing !
be sold at a
D. A. KIclNTOSH,
A Farm For Sale.
I portions ot lots 7.8,y,
blk 13, town of Aider-
A Pa rm of 120 acres with a govern
ment title, a good orchard, and improve
ments, for sale. Terms part cash, pai I
Astoria city property, the balance in
one or two vears. Lniiuire at the real
estate and intelligence
street. Dax Kn
For Thirty lajs
For the next thirty day, preparatory
to going below for a fresh stock of nov
elties. 1 will sell any article, in my store
Hid he lioilLMH
at as low a price as it coi
at retail in .Nin brancisco.
A Delicious Appetizer.
That ensures digestion and enjoyment
of foed: a tonic that biing.s strength
to the weak and rest to the.uervous;
a harmless diarrhea cure that don't
constipate just what every family
needs - Parker's Ginger Tonic.
To tho rulilir
said an elderly spinster,
another, "and say the
-It has been decided by the ladies
of tho Presbyterian church to have an
entertainment on Thursday and Fri
day evenings of next week; the pro
gramme, which is an attractive one,
will be announced in due time.
Capt. Hiram Brown expected to be
able to celebrate tho thirty-second
anniversary of his arrival in Astoria
by the completion of his wharf on the
1st inst., but the delay in supplying
pilos lias put his men back several
Wc take this method or infonniim the
public generally that we have sold out
our cntiic business to ilr. William
Howe, who is a young, energetic busi
ness man, and who has and will keep ono
of the largest and best-selected stock
of jjoods north of San Francisco; such
as Oregon and Port Oi ford cedar, cas
ings, nioultlinss. widows, doors, blinds.
cords, pulleys, glass, belline. nails all
Kinds ot uoat mateiial;'and boat build
ina a specialty.
Thanking the public for past favors,
we feel confident that he will so conduct
his business that it will be to their inter
est to patronize him. C. Ii. Bain.
By the last steamer Gustav Hansen,
the jeweler, received a consignment or
guitars, violins, accoidions, guitar and
violin strings, etc. which are f line
quality and sold at low price.
It ha3 been unanimously decided
br a Second Avcntisfc congregation at
Phillipsburg, Indiana, that the world
will "come to an end" on the 4th of
next month. All right; we can all get
along just as well without it. It always
was a confounded bother.
--The war between the boardflig
house runners, though not of such di
mensions as the Egyptian war, is as
fiercory waged; yesterday, upon tho
arrival of the Cordelia, one of them,
named Lloyd, started to "put a head"
on Wincent, and make it otherwise
unpleasant for that individual. It
aeem3 to us that it would be a good
plan to pievent those chaps from
boarding a vessel until the custom
house officers had got on board.
Something in tho way of a preventative
will have to be established before a
The bad effect of mercuiy will be
effectually eradicated from the system,
by using several bottles of Plunder's
Oregon Blood Purifier, already a. sta
ilr.s. A. Malcolm has received a
fine stock of ladies' wear, .selected in
San Francisco by Mrs. Deiby, and has
also secured the services of a first-class
milliner. Lace tics. etc.. of fashionable
style and reasonable prices.
Fresh ice cream every dav at Frank
Fabre's. Families supplied in any
quantity by leaving order. Also the
finest oysters cooked to order. Frank
Fables oysters and ice cream are known
everywhere as par excellence.
Adler has a large lot orchool lwoks
on hand, and will supplj your children
ai low pi ices.
Mr. C. 11. Cooper intends to leave
about the 13th or this month for San
Francisco to be in time for the arrival
of the latest Eastern and Kitropcan im
portations. Just received per Xorth Bend, a
large invoice of parlor and conk stoves
at John A. Montgomery's.
If you want a irood .suit of clothes,
readv made or made to order, call and
sec Mcintosh. Occident block.
What is nicer on a warm dav than a
dish of that exquisitely Unvoted ire
cieam that Frank Fabre makes .
Mr. .John Ilogers ot the Central Mar
ket, has made arrangements to keep al
he finest fresh fish, etc in their season
School btxiks at AdlerV. cheap and
durable, all kinds. A full stock.
Fresh taffy and caramels every day
at the Astoria Candy Factorv, Main t.
Joiix P. Classen.
Isaac Bergman and wife. A. W. Berry
and wire to C. Strom, lot 10. blk 10, town
of Alderbrook. $170.
Isaac Bergman and wire, A. V. Berry
and wire to Martin Xclson, lot 3. blk lis,
town of Alderbrook. 5iyo.
Isaac Bergman niul wife, A. W. Berry
and wife to Mai tin Fjord, lots L and ;.
blk 10, town of Alderbrook. Sajn.
13 Isaac Bergman and wife, A. W.
Berrv and wife, to II. G. Yan Duseu,
lots ." and A, blk 27. town of A Iderbrook.
A. .1. Leslie and Helen Leslie, to J. O.
Hozorth, lots :: and A. bile ::s, MeCluros
Frank Del.osa and wife to A. Yan
Dusen &Co.. lotf.blk:w, Upper Astoria.
.John M. Shively and wife to Bight
Bev. B. Wislar Morris Bishop ot Ore
gon, land, Shively's Astoria. $230.
10 I. W. ('asp to Mary Morgan, lot 10,
blk 34, Shively's Astoria. S1010.
Emma Brooks and husband to W. II.
Woods, lot 7. blk 10. Uppei Astoria.
Carl Adler to Laura Adler, lot 1 blk
113, Shively's Astoria. ATOOO.
George W. Coflinbery and wife to Geo.
Flavel. the S W h of the S W M, Sec 17,
lot 4 Sec. 18, lots r. and 4 Sec. 20, T 8 ',
H 10 W. 133 S5-100 acres. SO00.
17 Melville P. Callcn-ler and wife to
Frederick S. Munson. lot ::, blk 42, Up
per Astoria. .-S23.".
10 Xancy Welch to Gelo F. Parker
lots .",;, 7. s.0, b'.k 3. Shively's Aslorkit
22 United States to Charle Biorlin
the X V or the X W 4 or the S W of
See. fi, 'f ii X or B J W. Patent.
,1. 0. Bozorth and wife to A. MePhar
lan, lots .1 and 1, blk.TG, McClurcs Asto
23 Charles Bjoiling to Peter Matte
sou, the X Kof the X W , the S W
of the X W V and X W H of the S W
)i of Sec 0. in T G X of B !l W. fOOO.
I. W. Case to Fannv G. Curtis ct al,
lots 0 and 10, blk 110, Shively's Astoria.
21 Laac Bergman and wife, A. W.
Berry and wife to ,1. V. Olsen, lots 4 and
7, blk 10, town of Alderbrook. 203.
W. W. Parker aud J. Q. A. Bowlby to
the 1 X Ii Packing Coiupanv, lots l, 2,
11. 12, east J lots y and 10. blk 143 Shive
ly's Astoria." $2300.
23 Louisa II. Canby to .lames Lid
well, lot 2, blk :;, Upper Astoria. S109.
20 Bvron Olncv to Mary O. Brown.
his interest in and to the estate of Cyrus
Olney deceased. S1000.
Sheriff to W. W. Parker, the X W 4,
Sec 10, in T S X, B 8 W. 400.
C.A. McGuire and
Brown el al, their interest in the esfcite
of Cyrus Olney, deceased. ?10C0.
2S-W. W. Parker and wife to W II.
Lewi?. X W 4 See. io. TsX.BSW.
20 W. H. Weiheibee and wife to C.
W. Kuowlcs. half interest in blk 10S,
Adair's Astoria, one dollar, and his un
divided one-half interest in cannery and
John M. Shively and wife to I X L
Packing Company, lot 12, blk 6, Shive
ly's Astoria. S200.
To all who are suffering trom the
errors and indiscretions of youth, nerv
ous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., 1 will send a recipe that will
enre you FBEE OF OHABGE. This
great remedy was discovered by a mis
sionary in South America. Send a self
addressed envelope to the Bev. Josnrn
T. Inmax, Station I), Xcw York City.
A Fair Proposition.
AiiioneMiiTering from habitual con
stipation, torpidity of the liver, oohK
fcvcr.s. headaches, re-tle.siiie.ss. sleep
lessness indigestion or other ills arising
from a dirdered or iiinclhc condition
of the liver, stomach and bowels, and
wishing to give Syrup Figs a thorough
trial, can buy it of W. E. Dement Drmi-
gisl, who has been appointed agent for
Astoria, who will agree to return your
money if it fails to act piomplly and
Hodge. Davis & Co., wholesale agents
The Peruvian syrup has cured thou
sands who were. suirering from dyspep
sia, debility, liver complaint, boils, hu
mors, female complaints, etc. Pamph
lets free to any address1. Setb W.I'nu lr
it Son Boston.
A TAILOR'S TALE !
I have no clear-
iiuire at tlic real i ,-t n ii
?c ageney. Main ailCG SalC tlllS lall Illy
.m.T.i:ui:i:, Agt. : '
1 iiiri- In -f-n r fioltnT
J 11 LVJllVlO. VlLKs llOilVyl
men got away with
nearly all 1113' stock
of summer goods.
My stock is fresh,
choice and complete
in Fall and Win
ter Styles of Cloth,
ready made or
made to order in the
finest and best style,
and when a man
buys a. garment in
my store ii fits well
and is satisfactory.
My prices are be
yond a doubt the
lowest to be found in
town, the best value
for your money.
M. 1). KANT,
These Goods are of the VERY BEST QUALITY,
and are offered at remarkably
Previous to the arrival of our FAUL STOCK.
Let every one call and be convinced that we mean
business, and that goods of the same quality were never
before offered at "such low figures.
gAll the Upper Town busses will stop at this
store each way.
1 X la if OB
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS NEW BUILDING.
Astoria. August 23, 1882.
Happy Greeting to All !
Croup. Whooping Cough and Jiron
chitis immediatelv relieved lv Shiloh's
Cure. Sold bv W. K. Dement.
Sbiloh'.s Vitallzer is what you need
ror Constipation. Loss of Appetite. Diz
ziness anil all symptoms of Dyspepsia.
Price 10 and "." cents per bottle. Sold
by W. E. Dement.
Shipper & Uybke. Xo. 11, O.ik Micet
Portland, are the bon ton tailors or tho
Catarrh cured, health and sweet
breath secured hy Sbiloh'.s Catarrh Item
cdy. Priee TA) cents. Masai Injector free.
Forsalc by W. K. Dement.
That llaelcing Cough can be m
onickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We
guarantee it. Sold hy W.K. Dement.
How many a,svcel lace is marred
l)y yellow teeth and failing gum.
Ami mouth and lips all hot and hard,
And breath deei-taintel as it cemes:
And vet with SOZODONT. we ma
Keep all these dire defects at hay.
If you want to see a fine job of me
chanical work, call ami see a .set of
nickle-plate measures made at J. A.
Montgomery's. They don't do any but
!!os? MeivhantTailor, Hatter and
P. J. Goodman, on Cucnamus street,
has jut received the latent and most
fashionable style of gents and ladies
boots. shoes, etc. Agent in Astoria for
the. famous Morrow sl:oe.
Sleepless N'ights. made miserable
by that terrible cough. Sbiloh'.s Cure is
the remed for you. Sold h W 1L Dement
I.. HE. Gv sivjcxith:,
Iiiiporleraiiil Wholesale dealer in
Cigars and Tobacco, Smoker's Ar
ticles, Playing" Cards, Cut
lery, Etc., Etc.,
The largest ainl flnestMockor Meerschaum
anil Author gi'Ods hi the city. Particular at
tentiou jiaiil to orders from the country and
!ie:i:iiiius street, Astoria, Oregon.
TtlKO. r.lCACICKK. Manager
BOUT I '. OK LOT 1 AND LOIS L '.',. 1, 10
vj ami ii of wrick w. lots : ami lu iiiocK us.
lots 1 woi'i; .,7 ami lot r. oi ijIock ?, Miiveiy
Astoria. Kour of the almve lots have dwelling'
enacted on them. Xo heller opportunity
than this has yet heen given to those who
wish to purchase homes. Titles perfect.
Terms caMi. . .1. 0. 1'.OZOUTII,
dlf Kcal Estate A cent.
The Empire Store
HVx( Door lo the Pythinit Building
Is now open with a ery select and complete stock ot j
DRV GOODS NQTWH9, j
Ladies' and Children's Shoes. 1
QVWK SALES ANB SMALL PMFIf.
OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE.
H.V l'nlver:il Accord.
Ai kis. ('ATitAnTn.'l'ii.i.arcthebcst
of all purgatives for family use. They
are the product of long, laborious, anil
successful chemical investigation, and
their extensive iw by physicians in
their practice, and by all civilized na
tions, proves them the best and most ef
fectual purgative Pill that medical sci
ence can devise. I u intrinsic value and
curative, powers no other Tills can lie
compared with them, and every person,
knowing their virtues, will employ
them, when needed. They keep the
svstem in perfect order, and maintain in
heulthv action the whole machinery of
... ... 7. : . "VT .. Hire. Mild, searchm' and effectual, they
auuous Lougu ami uiiiHUupuim art. e,-peeiuH adapted to the needs or
Lure i- .sold by u on guaniiuee. U H, ,ngolie' apparatus, ilerangcmcnts
cures consumption. Sold by . ! De- j of wlplt.h ,i,0y prevent and cure, if
'n(nt. . timely taken. They are the bast and
safest phvsic to employ for children and
For lame. Jiack, Side or C1ic.nI use. wcakend constitutions, Ahere. a mild
Shiloh's Porous Piaster, Price 'jr. cent., and effectual cathartic is required.
For sale by W. K. Dement. j pou s.vi.i: r.v at.l Deai.kks.
2:r"Clerks conversant with the English, German, Scan
dinavian and French languages will be in attendance.
CATJ. AND SEE U.S.
Astoiia, August 2d, l&s-j.
M. MEYER - Proprietor.
ASTORIA, - - OREGON.
REDUCTION OF WHOLESALE
ST 50 PER BARREL OF 30
1're.sh fiuit received at C. A. May bv 1
wife lo ftlarv U. eer sieaiuui. -o siaie ir.1-11.
-Physicians prescriptions carefully
r.Cf I ,.ni..-iiinil..l jIh," hi. TiWrlit nt T IV
variety of Oregon and California fruit iW.v -in,,, wiAr nni.;i nMnnf
always on hand.
Remember Frank l'ahre ir
itis par excellence.
For the uenuine J
Rourbon, and the best of wines. Honors
aud San Francisco beer, call at the Gem
opixisitc the. bell tower, and see ('amp
bell. Highest price paid for old web and
junk. Ciinis. Evassojt.
ltn Inquire of Foard & Stokes.
Tho puiity and elegant perfumo
of Parker's Hair llalaam explain the
1L Cutter old popularity of this reliable restorative.
Will j on suffer with Dispepsia and
Liver Complaint '.' Shiloh's Vitalizer is
guaranteed to cure you. Sold by W. E.
Brace up the whole system with King
of the Blood. See Advertisement.
(LAKGE ORDKl'S ij L1KI. I'KOrORTIOX.
Less Quantities, 30 Cents per Gallon
Bottled Beer, - - - SI 50 per Dozen
VSpcclal attention paid to orders from riddle Houses and l"amUles."Wi
LS SL'l'Kl'IOK TO MOST. AND IS BXCEI.I.I'l) I'.V NONE ON THIS COAhC
JOHN HAHN, - - PROPRIETOR,
CHENAMUS STREET, - ASTORIA, OREQOIf,
aarOrdors leff at the GERMAXIA BEEr.I HAIJ. will be promptly attended to.