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and :t!idnixlii b v. m.). oA. oOm a denoleh
ti'.i-itiiht. Oft. lJ;i. denotes noon.
Tne Iietght is reckoned from the level of
average low er low waters to w hleh the sound
ins are ien in the Co.lsI Sunev charts.
Columbia River Exports.
1-To Hull per YarUaitd.
Vh"at 75 221 bu? 50.3;
1 To QuccnUitrH jier Ijonl Canning.
Wheat 77,591 bus S0!.7I
2 To QiircnsOnnt per Ituaralc.
Wheal 48.471) bus ?3?,::'
3 ToLr,n0im y.cr Gfrnbiw.
Flour 24.S49 bids 3 17s
4 -To Quccr.tA0 pcrDunltartnnthtrc.
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lx)cal time to corres mini with 7 a. si.. 3
and 10 1 s:., Washington time.
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Wlieat, per cental S15B
Oals, ' Si. 45
Ha-'nit, sides per 11(52 ets.
i-)uliIors, 10' els.
H.un!, I3!i) H.
iftitton, 812K ct.
Pork, 1012X cSs.
Hatter, por roll -iZ&STt c-ts.
Egiis, per iloztMi 1821 r..
rotatoc, 7(590o y sir
Clieescper it H&40 el
uornineal, per i; vyc ets.
Syrup, per gallon 70c 8 Si.
Honey, per gallon $1.15.
Salmon, j-r l;it SiZo
Onions, per lt 23et;.
Apples dried prr lu.Glo els. -Readies.
" "- flircts. -Kl&ms.
" io tl2V !..
Oaildlos, per lb 20 cts.
Chickons. per dozen Si".
Hay, per ton 9 $12.
Hides per tt ." Ql. !i els.
Oils, per gallon, boiled linseed. 75e:
raw linseed, 70c; coal oil. :13c; lard$1.2."i
3 -v r 'e ,iave 51 ncu !J! lst c'J1. v.-illi
i," " he.ivy in iclunciy to knit the
STROHC TRAPS and SEINES
Suited to the
v Faeiiic Fislieries !
Also for the lighter kinds of Nets and Seines.
AH kinds of Nets and Seines made to order,
letters promptly answered. Prices Low.
Gjouctfster N6i and Twine Co..
9e Commercial Street. ' . Boston.
United States Senators, j Mitchell
Jtcpresentative lti Congress II. Hermann
Governor. .. ... Z. F.Moody
Governor's Secretary. Ch:is. II. Moorcs
Secrelarj of State It. P. Earhart
Assistant Secretary' . V. E. Hodgkln
State Treasurer Ed. llirsch
Assistant Treasurer A. V. liecler
Sup't Public Instntctlon E. B. McElroy
State Printer. V. 11. Byars
Cieik Scliool Iind Board E. P. McComac
Sup't Insane Asylum Dr. H. Carpenter
Sup't IVnitentiarv Geo. Collins
iff. P. Lord
Supreme Judges -(J. B. Waldo
DlSTBICT JUDGKS :
L. 11. Webster
K. P. Boise
. M. I. OliRStead
Clat3cp County Officers
..C. A. McGulre
. C. J. Trenchard
.AV. G. Ross
I D. K. "Warren
J. F. Warren
(;. F. Parker
M. 1). Wilson
J. C. Boss
Assessor ........... .,
Astoria City Officers:
Mavor J. C. Trulling.T
Auditor and Cierk .T. S. Jewett
Treasurer I. G. IIuMler
Street Superintendent TIio. Iipaii
Cliief of Police A. M. Tv. omblev
Police Judge It. V. Motitnlli
Sexton -. A. Fruit
I A. A. Hew land
... Isaac Rergniau
I F. Hieinian
.J. O. Sovey
Temple Lodge, No. 7A.P.A.M
REGULAlt COMM CNICATIO.NS
first and third Tuesdays in eaeh
innnih. at 7 o'clock, v. si., at the
Hall in Astoria. Members of the older in
good standing are invited to attend..
By order ol the , W.M.
Bearer Lodge No. 35. L O. O. F.
KEGULAK MEETING EV- ..Sri
erv Thursday evening ntgS
seven o'clock, at the Iirtge "JSvy?
room in Odd Fellows Hall, Asto- xrT
ria. Sojourning members of the order ii
good standing, cordially united to nllei.d.
By order N. G.
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O. F.
OEGtTLAB MEETINGS OF OCEAN EX
Xlj cainpinent No. 13. I. O.O. F.. at t!ie
IOdgc, in the Odd Fellows Building, at
seven v. m., on tlie second and fourth
Mondays of each mouth. Sojourning breth
ren cordiallv united.
Bv order C P.
Seaside Lodge No. 12. A. O. U. W.
KEGULAlt MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
Ixnlge No. 12, A O. C. W. will be held
in ihe;r Hall over Camahan & Co.'s on
Satuiday evening f eaeh week, at 7 o'clock.
Members of the order in good standing, and
visiting Brothers aie Invited to attend. Li
brary will be open fifteen minutes before
and after each meeting. By order M. W.
Cushing r ost No. 14, G. A. R.
REGULAlt MEETINGS OF THIS POST
on the second and fourth Tuesdays of
eacl: month at 7:30 p. m. Visiting com
rades cordiallv invited. Bv order
Cusliing Relief Corps No. 3, G. A. R.
and fourth Tue-davs of eaeh month, at
2 v. si.
I.y orde r Mns. C. KOSS.
Pacific Lodge No. 17, E;. of P.
REGULAlt MEETINGS OF THIS
Lodge every Friday evening, at 7:30
o'clock, in their Castle Hall. Sojourning
Knights cordially Invited to attend.
W. A. SHERMAN.
K. of R. and S.
Company H, O. S. M
REGULAR DRILLS EVERY MONDAY.
and Wednesday evening-. Regular
meetings the second and fourth Thursdays
ol e:"h month at 7 Al i M
O. W. PULTON.
REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND
fourth Tuesday evenings of each month
at 75 o'clock.
3"l'ersons desiring to have matters acted
upon by the Council, at any regular meet
ing must present the same to the Auditor
and Clerk, on or before the Friday e ening
prior to the Tuesday on which the Council
Jiolds its tegular meeting.
' TH0S.S. JEWETT,
Auditor and Clerk.
S. ARNDT & EERCUEN
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
ftn'lnr Qlinn V"lltSfSRS?'3.
All kinds of
Promptly attended to,
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
Seed's Sporting House
Open Day and Night,
The Leading House of-this City.
A New Stage Managed bj
Professor Itlaxivell, of T.oiulon.
Who has played In all parts of the Woild
with Great Success.
I have also connected to my houe
A First Class Restaurant !
Run ia Eastern Style.
-Nothing but White Labor Emiiiojed.
BOOTS AND SaOES!
Of Best ftnality, and at
SIGN OF THEJOLDEH SHOE.
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isoniAis, oit scaijY skix.
I, John J. Case, D. D. S.. having practised
dentistry in thts county for thirty-five years
and being well known to thousands here
abouts, with a view to help any vho are af
flicted as 1 have been for the past twelve
years, testify that the CuncuuA Remedies
cuicd me of Psoriasis, or Scaly Skin, in eight
davs. after the doctors whom I had consult
ed gave me no help or encouragement.
Xewto.v. N. J. JOHN J. CASE. D.D.S.
IISTKEMS1X RCil IOXS
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i got one bottle Radical cure, one box Ca
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In one package, niav now be had of all drug
gists for l. 00. Ask'for SAxroun's Radi
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"I MUST GIVE l'I I cannot
bear this pain, I ache all over and
nothing I try doesr.ie any good."
Back ache weakness, Cteilne
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pains cured by the new. original ami elegant
antidote to pain and inflammation the Cm
ccnA anti-Pain Plastkk. Esiiecially
adapted to ladies b reason of its delicate
odor and gentle mc-dicinal action. At Drug
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I'roposals Tor Tninsporlalion.
Hendipiarters DepL of the Columbia. ;
Office of Cider Ouarternuister. '-
Vancouver Bks., W. T.. Feb. 25. 185. 1
SEALED PROPOSALS IN rP.lPl.ICATtf,
subject to the usual conditions, will be
received at this office until 12 o'clock, noon,
on Saturday, March 27. 18S0. at which time
and place they will be opened in the presence
of bidders, for t tie transportation of military
supplies on the following described routes
during the fiscal year commencing July l.
1S5S. and ending June 30, 1S37.
Route No. i. Spokane Falls. W. T., to Fort
Sjiokane, W. T.
Route No. 2. Ashland, Oregon, to Fort
Rout-No. 3. Kuna. I. T., to BoNe Bar
racks, I. T.
Route No. 4. For transportatioir of V. S.
Military Supplies between Astoria and Fort
Stevens, Oregon, and Fort Canby, W.T.
The Government reserves the right to ru
ject any or all proposals. Blank proposals,
torm of contract, and printed circulars, glv
lnc full information as to the manner of bid
ding, terms of contract and pavmenr, will be
fumi-hed on -application to this office. En
velopes containing proposals .should be
marked : "Proposals for Transportation on
Route No. ," and addressed to the un
dersigned. C. A. REYNOLDS,
Lt.-Col. and Deputy Q. M. G., U. S. A.,
Proposals for Military Supplies.
Headquarters Dept. of the Columbia, 1
Office of Chief Quartermaster.
Vancouver Bks.. W. T . Feb 25. 1836.
S SEALED PROPOSAXS. IN TRIPLICATE.
3 subject to the usual conditions, will be
received at this office cr at the offices of the U.
S. Quartermasters at the following named
posts, until 12 o'clock, noon, on Saturday,
March 27, 1880, at which places and time they
will be opened. In the presence of bidders,
for the furnishing and delivery of military
supplies during the fiscal year commencing
July i, 185C. and ending June 30. 1KS7, as fol
lows : Wood. Charcoal. Oats. Barley. Bran.
Hay and Straw, or Hay in lieu of straw, or
sucn oi saw supplies as mav lie required at :
Portland, Oregen: Boise Barracks. 1. T. ;
FortTownsend, W.T.: Fort CiPur d'Alene,
I. T. ; Fort Spokane, W. T. ; Fort Canny,
W.T. ; Fort Walla WallaW. T. ; Vancouv
er Depot, W. T. ; Fort Klamath, Oregon.
The Government reserves the right to reject
any or all proposals. Preference wil I be giv
en to articles of domestic production, and to
articles of domestic production produced on
the Pacific Coast, conditions of price and
quality being equal, to the extent or con
sumption required by the public service
there. Blank proposals and printed circu
lars, giving full particulars as to the manner
of bidding, &c, will be furnished on appli
cation to this office, or the Quartermasters
at t he various posts named. Envelopes con
taining the proposals should be marked :
"Proposals for at ," and addressed
lothe undersigned, or the respective Post
LL-Col. and Dept, Q. M. G., U. S. A.,
Ofkick of the Lioht-House )
iNsrKCTOH, Thirteenth District, v
Portland. Oueo., February oth, I8?c.
7ILLBESOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
iT at 12 o'clock, on Saturday, the 20t!i
day or March, 18S3, at Astoria. Oreg., the
old light-house steamer. Shuhrick. Full in
formation as to dimensions of steamer, terms
of sale can be obtained on application to
this office. The right Is reserved to reject
any or all bids.
Lieut. U. S. N.,
Imperial Pekin Duck Eggs:
PER DOZEN. FOR SALE BY
"I reckon he's dun bin called: fur,
sab," raid the old man as he came
around to the grocery.
"Somebody dying? "asked a man
who was passing.
" Yes, sah."
"Who is it?"
"Jupiter, sah my dog Jupiter.
Mebbe ye wouldn't mind gwinc
aroun' dar wid me? It's lonely like
to be wid anybody dyin'."
The old man's voice proved that
he was deeply moved, and the ped
estrian went with him. Around the
corner and a half a block up the
street they turned into a yard, and
there lay the old dog on the grass,
eyes half closed and breathing
" He's moas' gone moas' gone!"
whispered the old man as he knelt
on the ground and softly smoothed
"What's the matter?"
"Oloaige, sah nuffinbutoleaige.
He's bin givih' out dis last y'ar, but
I didn't reckon it wonld come quite
so soon." '
" How long have you had him ? "
" Dat's dat's what makes it hurt
me so! I rized him up since de time
he wasn't bigger'n my fist. It's
gwine on twenty y'ars since dis dog
stepped foot in my cabin. Jupiter,
does ye hear ole marse talkin' to ye?
Does ve know Ize right vere beside
"Twenty j-earsis a long time,"
said the pedestrian.
" Yes, a long, long time," whis
pered the old man. " An' dis 'ere
Jupiter has mixed in wid all my joys
an' sorrows all my good luck an'
bad. He's seen de time when he
had plenty, an' he's seen de time
when we had neither food nor fiah.
Jupiter, open your eyes once an'
look at me ! Ize right yere ! I
wouldn't leave ve fur all de gold in
de hull world ! "
"How does your wife take it?"
asked the visitor.
" Deed, sah, but but !"
The old man broke down at that,
tears raining down his cheeks and
his throat, filling up, and it was a
long minute before he resumed:
" She's dead ! Died five y'ars ago!
Jupiter an' me was all alone in de
house wid her when she closed her
eyes. I sot dar a-holdin' of her hands
an' singin' :
"She's gwine up to Ileaben in a chariot
Sho's gainc to jlne de band;
Re bells am a-ringing f ur to call tier,
She's agwine to dat better land."
"An' dis Jupiter sot dar an'
knowed dat she was dyin' jist as well
as Idid. andhemourned,an'couldn't
be comforted. It war days an' days
befo' he would eat a mouful, an'
many a night as we sot in de dark
ness, a step on de sidewalk soundin'
like old Sue's would make him spring
up an' bark fur joy. He's been jist
like relashuns to me since dat."
"It's too bad!"
"Y-yes. I'd gi'n all I have in de
world to keep him alive a y'ar longer.
Jupiter, it's me ole marse ! Doan'
ye h'ar me talkin' to ye? "
"Have you always lived here?"
asked the man, striving to divert the
"2s'o, sah, an' dat's another reason
why I can't keep de tears back. Do
you know dat Tmar'd Sue down in
Georgia in de ole slave days? Jist
befo' de wa' she was sold away from
me, an'I nebbcr'spected to seeherno
mo'. Arter de wa' I lived in Rich
mond, an' one day somebody tole
me dat my Sue was in Detroit. I
didn't wait to aim money I
didn't wait to write to her, but dat
same night I sot out afoot, Jupiter
wid me. It was weeks an' weeks
afo' we got yere. We went hungry
an' thirsty. We lay down at night
all tired out, an' we got up in de
mawnin' wid all our bones achin'.
Some helped us an' some cursed us,
an' wc got yere at last an' found my
Sue. Sich rejoicin' an' cryin' an'
prayin' ! An' Jupiter seemed to un
derstan' all about it, kaso I'd told him
de hull story ober an' ober ag'in as
we trampedlong de highways."
"He is dead!" whispered the
"Am he gone? Fo'deLawd! he
am! Jupiter! Jupiter!"
" I will help you bury him it you
will get a spade."
" Thanks," answered the old man
when-he could choke down his feel
ing. "No hand but mine must bury
dat ole dog. He got ter bo laid in
tenderly. Ize got to lav him in de
crave an' mourn ober him myself.
Ize obleeged to you you may" go."
And as the man passed out of the
gate "Ole Marse" knelt beside the
body again and sobbed eut:
"Dun gone away from me, an' de
ole man am left to watch in de dark
ness alone ! " Detroit Free Press.
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FREE OF CHARGE. Tills great remedy
was discovered by a mLssionarj' In South
America. Send a self-addressed envelope to
the Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station D,
New York City.
Diane Sleailvip!ion Co
FROM ASTORIA 1
Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canby and liwaco.
Connecting by stages and 'eamboats for
Oystervilie. Friontesano and Olympia
-dm "GEM. miLES,"
W. P. Whitoomi:, Master,
Will leave Astoria daily (Sundays excepted
Ft. Stevens. Ft. Canby and liwaco,
at S A. M
Witn Ovstervllle Mails and Express d3i5y,
Through Mails to point', btyi.nd. and
Montesauo, W. T., cu
Mondays, "Wednesdays and Fridays.
On Thursdays the "Miles" will make
two round tnps. leaving Astoria mi sec
ond trip (about :; p. m.. r. Sn.urs after arrival
from first trip.
Fare to liwaco,
Passengers wi'l save 25 een's bv purchas
ing tickets before going on board."
liwaco Freight per Ton. - $2.00
827Fur Tick els. Towage or Charter ap
ply at the otU'ee of tho company, GrajV.
wharf, foot of Benton street.
J. H. D.GUA'.fc
0. E. & 1". CO.
And Way Landings.
The Steamers of the O. It. - N. ( o car
rying the I . s. nuils. leave ilie L'omp.m
Dock f.wry lay.sund:isi-iepte,t. at i;
This is the only daily line, and the oiilv
line running all the ;.ear round.
TO BAN FRANCISCO.
'I he only line of Steamships to San Fran
cNeo. Steamer leave Company's Peck every
Regular Line of
Tow Boats and Barges,
For Towage und Lighterage.
bTOlCAftK OF .lf.l. Ill MIS.
Inquire at Compan'.V Dock or at City OI
fiee. E. A. NOYES.
San Francisco and Astoria
Carrying Freight.; Running every Ten or
Will bei.ii 1'erth in San FrancNco on
51.50 From S. F. to Asloria.
$2.00 " " " : Portland.
$2.50 " Astoria to S. F.
On Ge'iera! Merchandise.
S. If. HARMON,
JlGStiiait St. ban Franclsci.C.tJ.
CLVTSOPMILLCO., Astoria," Or.
0VERL&WD TO CALIFORNIA.
Oregon & California R.R.
Fare ! Sau Fran. $3?; to Sacramento 30
Close connections made at Ashland with
stages of the California, Oregon . Idaho
(DATI.Y EXCEPT SUNDAYS,!
East Side Illlou,
hktwi:f. poktlvxo axd aiila.m
LEAVE I ARRIVE
Portland 7S A M Aebland 4 13 A St
Aehlarn: 7:l'i P M I Portland 15 P M
Albany ILvprcHS Trnli.
LEAVL' I ARRIVE
Pcrtlcnd 4:00 P M Lebanon 9ri) P M
Lebanon 4:13 A M I Portland 10. -0 a 3!
Piilliinn Palace Sleeping Cars dailv be
tween Albai.y and Ashhuid.
1 he O. & C. R. R. Ferry makes coi iiectmn
wiih all regular trains on the East Side Div.
from foot of F street
Wests We Dlrlsioa.
BimVEKX PORTLAND AXI C0RYALIJS.
LEAVE I ARRIVE
Port'and !aT0 A M ComalUs i-SSOV to
Corrallis S:W A il Portland 3:3 PM
LBAV B I ARRIVB
PorUand 5:0) P M McMinnTille....S0 P M
McMinnTilIe.JJ:15 A M J Portland........ JS0 A XI
Local tickets for sale and baggage checked
at company's tip-town office, cor. Stark and
'iecond streets. Tickets for principal points
in California can only be procured ami bag
gage checked at company's office.
Corner P and Front Sti., Portland Or.
Freight wnd not be receivea for shipment
after live o'clock p. 21. on either the East or
West Side Divisions.
IL KOEHLER, E. P. ROGERS.
Manager. G. F. & Pass. A gt.
GERMANIA BEER HALL
Norton Pacific Brewery
Five Cents a Class.
fc-No Inferior Beer sold at this place.
The Gem Saloon.
The Popular Resort for Astorians.
Finest of Wines and Liquors
Go to THE GEM SALOON.
ALEX. CAMPBELL. - PROPRIETOR
BANKING AND INSURANCE !
I. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ASTOllIA, - OKEftON.
OFFICE HOURS :
From 9 o'clock A. M. until 3 o'clock P. M.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
AVUI. AI.J.KS. Prop'r.
First Class in Every MH-
Free Concli to Hie E!ot;.
St. Charles Hotel,
C. W. KNOWLES - - - - Proprietor
First Class in Every Respfct,
Good Restaurant Connected with tho House
Fire-proof Brick Bciidin?. ISO Roo s.
In the Center of the (Jit j-.
Cor. Front and Morrison SU. Portland. Or
The United States
On Main street is now open, an 1
AT 0BJCE TAKES THE LEAD.
In every Particular It L-. the
Finest fitted up and best in the C:ty.
JEFF 18 A GOOD PROVIDER;
He Cannot be Beat on the Coasit!
.Meals -;.c. : Board 20 per lloath
Private rooms for Families or Patties. - ip
per Parties furnished on short notic-.
OYSTERS A SPECIALTY.
Jeff Sprints his aiouey in Astoria,
Buys bv the Wholesale and
Pays Cash, That Settles It.
The New Model
Restaurant 8 Oyster House,
Is h'on Open and U?mly for Business
Opposite the Crystal Palace.
Where we will be PItased to S-r.e our
Customers Day and Night,
At Reasonable Eale-
Give us a Call and Judge for
CURES ALL HUMORS,
from a common Blotchor Eruption, to the
worst Scrofula. Salt-Rheum, "Fever
Sores," Scaly or Bough Skin, in short, all
diseases caused by bad blood are conquered by
this powerful, purifying, and invigorating medi
cine. Great Eating Ulcers rapidly heal un
der ita benign influence. Especially has it mani
fested Us potency in curing Tetter, Rose Each,
Bolls, Carbuncles, Sore Eyes, Scrofulous
Sores and Swellings, Hip-Joint Disease,
Wnlta Swellings, Goitre, cr Tnlck Neck,
and Enlarged Glands. Send ten cents in
stamps for a large treatise, with colore! platen
on Skin Diseases, orthesameamount for a trcatis
on Scrofulous Affections.
"THE BLOOD 3S THS 3.IPE."
Thoroughly cleanso it by usmy Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery, and good di
gestion, a fair akin, buoyant spirits,
vital strength, and soundness of con
stitution, will be establish.
which i3 Scrofulous Disease of tho lungs,
is promptly and certainly arrested and cured by
thU God-given remedy, if Liken before the last
ctages of the disease aro reached. From it3 won
derful power over this terribly fatal disease, when
first offering this now celebrated remedy to the
public, Dr. Pierce thought seriously of calling it
his "Consumption Cure," but abandoned
thatnamo as too limited for a medicine v.hicl
from its wocdcrfol combination ot tonic, or
strengthening alterative, or blood-cleansing, anti.
bilious, pectoris, and nutritive properties, Li
nnequaled, not only as a remedy for cou3umpt'oa
crtho lungs, but for all
If you feel dull, drowsy, debilitated, liave sal
low color of skin, or yellowlsh-brown spoU on
face or body, frequent headache or dizziness, Lad
taste in the moutb, internal heat or chill?, alter
nating with hot flashes, low spirits and gloomy
forebodings, irregular appctitc.and coated tongua,
you are suffering from indigestion, Dyspep
sia, and Torpid Livor, or " Biliousness."
In many cases only part of these symptoms aro
experienced. As a remedy for all such cases,
Dr. Fierce'a Golden Medical Discovery
Vis no equal.
For Weak LunS, Spitting of Blood,
Shortness of Breath, Bronchitis, Severe
Coughs, Consumption and kindred affections,
inis a sovereign remedy.
bend ten cents in stamps for Dr. Pierce's Look
on Consumption, sola by Druggists,
DDIPE ti Oil OR SIX BOTTLZS
lUlut, 4M.UU, ORJG.OO.
World's Dip: -17 Medical Association,
Proprietors, CS3 Ifaia St., Bciriio, N. Y.
ANTI-BILIOUS and OATHARTIC,
Sold by Druggists. 2a cents a viaL
is offered by the proprietors of
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Bemedy
M & foracasa of Catarrh which they
V X cnnocure.
M$ R you have a-discharge from
&y the nose, offensive or other
fVT wise, partial loss of smell, taste
or hearing, weak eye3, dull pain or pressure in
the head, you have Catarrh. Thousands of cases
terminate in consumption.
Dr S'3 Oatarrn Remedy cures the worst
cases of Catarrh, "Cold in the Head," and
Catarrhal Headache, eo cents.
Notice to Cannerymen.
WE ARE AGEN'TS FOR HENDERSON" &
Withera for tho sale of their charcoal
and can furnish any amount desired. Please
call and see us before purchasingelsewhere.
BOZORTH & JOHNS.
DR. VAN MONGISCAR
1.12 and lit I ThirdStreet. Portland. Oreeon
Is a rtgular grad
uate in medicine,
ha- been longer
engaged in the
of all Venen al.
Sexual and Chron
ic I leases than
an other Phsi
oLiii in the "est.
i v'r nauets
idents know. Sl.-
001) reward for any
I :ise which he fails
to cure, ci..1iingu.ider his treatment ; bv fol
lowing his directions.
DR. VAX is the most successful Lung and
Throat Doctor in America. He will tell you
jour trouble without asking ou a single
quest ion, and warrant a perfect enre in the
lollowing diseases : .
'ervoui debility. Spermatorrhea, semi
nal looses, sexual de'-ay, fainting memory,
weak eyes, stunted development, loss of
energy, impoverished blood, pimples, imped
iments to niarnage. alo blocd and skin dis
eases, syphilis, ernptious, hair falling, bne
naius, swelling, sore throat, effects mercury,
kidney and bladder troubles, weak back,
burning urine, incontinence, gonorrhoea,
sleet, stricture. etc., receives prompt reliff
andcured for life.
Nervous diseases (with or without dreams.
Diseased discharges cured piomptly without
hindrance to business.
Both Sexes consult confidentia'ly. If in
irouble.cali or write. Delajsaredaiifrerous.
Diseases of tht Eje, or Ear. Ulceration or
fntarrn, iutennl or eMernal. Deafness or
Paralvsis. Si 'giiu or Roaring Noises, Thick
neil Drum. etc.. peimanently cured. LOST
MANHOOD, perfee 1 restored.
CANCERS AND Tl'MORS permanently
removed without '.lie knife or caustic.
Medic-ties compoiu de 1 and furnished to
all patients at oiPce-strictly pure and vege
table Guarantee of permanent cures in all
eases undertai en. Consultation free and
strictly confident al. All correspondence
pionrtly attended to. medicine rent byex
jiiess toan adirossfioe from exposure." Call
or address private Dispensarv. Nos. 132-1"4
Third St PiiitlHi'.d.Or.
Terms stretiy cash. Ofilee hours s T.i 8.
. 1 1 Kegrnrr- street. Saa Francisco, Cal.
Ii:kt vi.i.t nuoNir. Special and Pui-
ii Dm st s w i rn WONDKKIL'I.
TriE ORSAT ENGLISH REMEDY!
Is a certain cure for
i't of ul orliocu.aud
all ti.e evil ellects ol
vouthful follies aud
excesses, and in
ratlnz liquors. Ur
.laieoi tne rmvei
sity of Pennsylvania
will aree to torilet iM) for a case of this
kind tiie Mtal Kcstoratlve (under his spe
cial ad Ice and treatment) will not cure. Slo
a bottle, or four times the quantity 55, sent
to any address on receipt ot price, 6r CO. D.
in private name if desired, by l)r. .Mintle,
11 Keamr SL.fcaa Francisco. 'al. Send
for list of quest ions and pamphlet.
S.tSf ILE BOTTLE FltEE
wdlbeseLt to any one applying by letter
stitlng symptoms, sex and age. Strict se
crecy m regard to all business tnuisactlons.
May Regain Quickly
I I Jat Cirlale. n V THE USE OF
The Civiale Remedies.
tn YnMtir.l.V'2?ii,5-'S.a.nrt Beakns wl.etl.ei ,1 -toontliful
K'lly. Abne. or Natural fji'm,
T.iii treatment orijrfnntetl by IMtOF. CH I Lt .
adopted InevetT flOMTTALIn WIAACk"
unquall Ir.!ly emlored by the .Vertical Proreit ,
H I.AS1L1 Al'l'LII-.I. IMIM.ES.S. Ql'll'K
l2i'2Je ftI! U xvl 1Nt; IX 1M ItEl L'Js
FREE TO ALL. ,rrn receipt ore cents
.,, " T r . fXJJ1J In po,tape stamps, we
1 I fn. w toany earnest Inquirer, our splen
tut illiutrateil 61 paKO ineiUcal woi lc,givinei?a H
Ij-iijornlironnsor Sex t.l Disease. decrlf.tKo
o.' tliU treatment, pi ices, testimonials and uc
liajK?r endorsements, &c. &c.
...,eacc.?V?.CK.e.,3 for tho new and certain L
fw'e,fAiyast',lffn.na GIove Fitting Cradle
SrtSSSwfc.ft0 "-""J" radfcalcre.
Consultation with full Medical Stntf, FREE.
imla Remedial Agency, 174 Fulton St, W. Y,
T!- . '' 'ii t i' ,"it.ririhi,ol r ' titrnl nf
.SVJJ . ttEJKXESfi, LOSS OtM.X
Jluulf.t.inl'h?rrft!tofulttf,listaseorexceisei, ti oirtK'j lit a con.jln-tttiou at! ted PKOSTATOi:-
niik t. .'. iiF.nnrs ixyigouatoii u
th' O YL 1 u, rfurPROSTA TOMIUEA. Pnte.
fJVSj.-; partus, G pactayts, glO.W. ISuUJe lo
II 1 'hfi ' Wf- iialijttsf,ilfre. A'l J iks I.tr.
i. , ulPI'Xi Ki fr Uff.tbf Vm,
Ml (juti t y .. f i. I-raiic.jco. Ctil.
You ara allowed a free trial of thirty days of thi
lse of Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaio Beit wltc
21ectrlc Suspensory Appliances, lor the speed
Tlier and permanent euro of AierrousZtebtfUy.Iosi
f Vitality and Zlanliood, and all kindred troubles,
Mso for many ctUcr diseases. Complete restora
Ion to Health. ViRor and llanhood Ruaranteed.
s'o risk Is Incurred. Illustrated pamphlet UxstaUi
mielope mailed free, by addressing
VOLTAIO BELT CO., Marshall, Mich
Has Just Received a Fine Stock of
lTTTiTflrmir i n nnnno
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRF,
SILVER WARE, CLOCKS,
Which he offers at Bedfcck Prices.
All Coeds Warranted.
Mine is a Jewelry Store and Known as S112I1.
Nicely Furnished Rooms,
virmi: or wrniooT board.- at
W Mrs. S. T. McKean's, Cass street, three
doors south of asioktajt office.
FINE BUSINESS OFFICE. CENTRAL
ly located. Apply at this Office.
1 Jjrv Jj
f Bd they Yoanjror CM
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&M attributes ot
mm.: PERFECT MAHHuOD
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