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WEDNESDAY MARCH 17. 1S5
PORT OP ASTORIA-
READY FUR SEA.
Kincardineshire, Br bfc Qucenstoirn ilarC
Firth of Dorcocli. Br bk Qnccnstovrn Mar G
Cochrina, Br bV SSI Queenttonn March 3
Selene, Br bk Liverpool Quecastovrn Mar 10
Anglo Norman. Br bk SCO Qaeeastown Mar 10
Clan Ferguson, PCO Queenstown Mar 12
Ltae Bell, Br bk Queenstoru Mar IS
Dovenby. Br bk KS Qaeenstown Mar 13
Adelaide Mary, Br bk Liverpool Mar 15
Ut of Bate 823 Queenstown Mar 1C
J ESaEhS IS inE RIVER.
tfeary Villerd. Ara splS'S Director.-Brbk G79.
UawardenUastlc.Br spllOl Amphitnte, Br sp 17(19
Gov. Goodwin, Am tp 1414 Firth of btronsa, Br bk
ChtsebrouRh, Am sp 1461 Cambria, Br bk
Scottish Wiurd.tir bk Gov. 'Idler, BrsnHOT
VESSELS OX THE WAY.
frK Foreign Porlt. for the
Archer. Br bk 7G3 Liverpool Teh 4
Alliance, Br bk !C0 Australia
Birmah, Br bk F12 Liverpool Teb Sf.
Dryad Brsp 1035 Newcastle Jan 15
Gerraania, Gcr bk 890 Liverpool Nov 28
Glenfcrg. Br bk 823 New Cattle Jan 22
Uarvcst llorcc. Br bk5S7 Victoria
Uelenslca, Br bk Sydney Jan 23
Kingdom of Saxony, Br bk 533 Maryborn, Feb 2
Kepunda, Br sp 1093 Brisbane, 1-cb II
Mallszate, Br bk 1043 Australia
Noddlcburn. Brbk 1053 Liverpool
NiJb, Brbk 990 Australia Feb 27
Rydalmerc, Br bk 124G Melbourne Jan 14
Remonstrant, Br bk 10J5 C&llao
Stirlingshire Br sp 1221 Liverpool Not 1
Shalimar, Br bk 5-83 Brisbane Jan 21
Troop, Br p 152 Panama Jan 13
ITcdine, Ger bk ECS lions Kong
From American i'ort.
Aeset, Br bk 795 San Pedro
0. 8, IinrlbcrS, bk 105G New York Nov 10
Tdlio E Starbuck, Am sp 131 Now York'Jan 5
Wa. H. Bessc, Am bk 1127 Now York IVsb 13
t:;-: tak1iS: fob astii!a.
HIGH WATER. I LOW WATER.
First. accoid. 1 Mrd. Second.
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23 ' 2 3J 87 3 17 73 9 04 01 9 07 13
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7 5 50 7 2 7 32 5 9 . 1 03 12
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28 8 14 CC 9 4J Id O 2 27 3 213 17 10
30 9 19 15 7 102 7 0 3 o7 2 94 07 0 9
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The lioiirs between niuliiint and noon arc
designated by a (a. si.), those between noon
and midnight by p (i. m.). o.'. Oim.a denotes
lukiulght, cA. O0hi. p denotes noon.
fiie height fc reckoned from ihc level of
average lowcrlow waters to w lilch the bound
lugs are given on the Coast burvev charts.
A. M.I Bar. Tlicr State ol w cat lier
11 -J6l 29.73
0 :5C 29.62
FE It rain
SW If rain
Kala rail .03. Max. velocity 30 niHes.
Local time to correspond with 7 a. m.
and 10 r. at., Washington tune.
Columbia River Exoorts.
1-To Jftrtf per Yarkanii.
Wheat 75523 bus -.$."5ri37
1 To Quccnstown psr Lord Canning.
Wheat 77,851 bus. Srti,s.71
2 To Qutcnstoim per RiiccaJe.
Wheat 4S.479 bus $3.-.,KKt
3-To Jjondon per Glenlnra.
Klour 24,819 bills. .. .. ?.'3,173
4- To Queenstoicn per Dun1nrtW'hirc.
heat 54,000 bus .SiS.SOO
C To Qiiccnstmcn per Firih of J-mir7.
beat 52,079 bits . 3D,!.n
6 To Qn:ifi(oiCTJ perKlncardimhirc.
Wheat 71,191 bus cil.232
tTo Queensfaivn per Cochrina.
Wheat 50,200 bus 542.200
10 To Quccnstmcn per Selene.
Wheat 51,003 bus 37,12
10 To Quccnslmc7i per Anglo Xnrinan.
Wheat 43,318 bus $31 ,189
10 To Quunttovcnpcr Cta Vugnfum.
Wheat 45,925 bus- -..$34,311
18 To Quccn&loicn per Dorothy.
"Wheat 46,406 bus . $35,coo
33 To Quccnxlown per Lizzie Edl.
Wheat 5C.9C7 bun... . ?41.3C0
15 To Liverpool per Adelaide Mary.
Hour 9.9 J7 bbK . ..$39,g0S
10 To Quccnslown pcrlelc of Bute.
"Wheat 49.8SS bus . .$37,419
JOHN KOPP, Proprietor.
Patronize Home Industry!
We supply as
GOOD A QUALITY OF BEER
As Any in the Market,
AT AS REASOSAB3DE A PRICK.
The M Pacific Brewery Beer
la Pure and Unadulterated.
It gives general Satisfaction and-is Furn
labea la Quantities to Suit.
Xeave Orders With Wm. Bock, Gemiania
Salooa. or Chbis. Eyeson, nexttoPoard
& Stokes. - 4
5Ur Dslirery in Any Part of th City.
United States Senators J'h! afifcliell
Jlepresentatlve in Congress B. Hermann
Governor. Z. F. Mopdy
Governor's Secretary. Chas. B. Moores
Secretary of State It. 1 Earhart
Assistant Secretary F. E. Hodjjkln
State Treasurer ...........Ed. Hirsch
Assistant Treasurer ...... A. F. "VMiecler
Sup't Public Instruction E. B. McElroy
State Printer. "W. H. Byars
Clerk School Land Board E. P. McCornac
Sup't Insane Asyiunu. ......Ur.If. Carpenter
Sup't Penitentiary. Geo. Collins
(W. P. Lord
Supreme Judges -J. B. "Waldo
( W."W. Thayer
District Judges :
First District L. R. Webster
Second District ...... . Kobert Bean
Third Districts R. P. Boise
Fourth District Seneca Smith
Fifth District F. J. Taylor
Sixth District. M. L Olmstead
Seventii District. Geo. Watkins
Clatscp County Officers:
Judge... . C. A. McGuire
Clerk C. J. Trenchard
Sheriff. ."W. G.Hoss
J. F. Warren
G. F. Parker
M. D. "Wilson
J. C. Kfw
Astoria City Officers:
Mavor . J. C. TrulHuger
Auditor and Clerk . .T. S. Jewctt
Treasurer. .-.. J. G. Hustler
Street Superintendent Thos. Ix)gan
Chief of Police A. M. Twombley
1'olice Judge 1L V. Monttith
Sexton .. A. Fntit
First "Ward- Isaac Bergman
( F. fchernian
Second Ward 0. Soey
Temple Liodge, No. 7AP.AM.
REGULAR COMMUNICATIONS fi
llrst and third Tuesdays in each VY
month, at 754 o'clock, r. M., at thevs
Hall in Astoria. Members of the order in
good standing are Invited to attend
By order of the W. M.
Bearer Lodge No. 35, 1. 0. 0. F.
TJEGULAR MEETING EV- &$.
JUL ery Thursday evening atjgSssSb.
seven o'clock, at the I'OdgeCj&gg?
room in Odd Fellows Hall, Asto- "
ria. Sojourning members of the order In
good standing, cordially Invited to attend.
By order X. G.
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O. F.
D EG CLAR MEETINGS OF OCEAN EN
Xt campment No. 13. I. O. O. F., at the
Lodge, In the Odd Fellows Building, at
seven r. at., on the second and fourth
Mondays of each month. Sojourning breth
ren cordially Invited.
By order C" P.
Seaside Lodge No. 12. A. O. U. W.
TEGULAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
JLX Ixlge No. 12, A. O. U. "W. will bo held
In their Hall over Caruahan & Co.'s on
Satmday evening of each week, at 7 o'clock.
Members of the order in good standing, and
visiting Brothers are invited to attend. Li
brary will be open fifteen minutes before
and after each meeting. B order M. W.
C. BROWN, Rec.
Cussing Tost No. 14, G. A. E.
EEGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS POST
on the second and fourth Tuesdays of
each month a 7:30 i. ai. Visiting com
rades cordially in ited. By oi der
Cushing Relief Corps No. 3, G. A. R.
and fourth Tuestijiys of each mouth, at
2 v. 31.
Ly order Mas. C. ROSS.
Pacific Lodge No. 17, K. of P.
EGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS
o'clock, in their Castle Hall. So'jouraing
Knights cordially invited to attend.
K. or It. and S.
Company H, O. S. M
REGULAR DRILLS EVERY MONDAY,
and Wednesday evenings. Regular
meetings the second and fourth Thurdays
of each month at 7 -JtJ i st
C. W. FULTON,
3 EGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND
SX fourth Tuesday evenings of each month
at 7J4 o'clock.
isri'ersons desiring to have matters acted
upon by the Couucu, at any regular meet
ing must present the same to the Auditor
and Clerk, on or before the Friday evening
prior to the Tuesday on which the Council
holds Its regular meeting.
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria Retail Market.
Flour per bbl S435
Wheat, per cental S1.G0
Oats, " Sl.45
JJacon, sides per lb, 1112 els.
Shoulders, " io cts.
Haras, " 131CK cts.
Lard, 101.1, cU.
Beef, H15 cts.
Mutton, 812 cts.
Pork, 1012K cts.
Yeal, 1015 cts.
Uutter, per roll 4550 cts.
Ekcs, per dozen I420cte,.
Potatoes, (7."c sk
Cheese, per lb 1440 cts
Cormncal, per lb 3K cts.
ayrup, per gauon 70c ?l.
Ifoney, per callon S1.15.
Salmon, per JcitS4JJ0
Onions, per lb 2)3 cts.
Apples dried per ib G10 cts.
Peaches " " 915cts.
Plums. " 10 12 ct5.
Candles, per B 20 cts.
Chickens, per dozen Sfi.
Has', per ton 9S12.
Hides, ner ft .1 a 9 fits-
Oils, per Rallon, boiled linseed, 75c;
lw linseed, 70c; coal oil. 35c; lardSl.25
Reed's Sporting House
Open Day and Night,
The Leading House of this City.
A New Stage Managed by
Professor Maxwell, of londoa,
"Who lias played in'all parts of the "World
with Great Success.
I have also connected to my house
A First Class Restaurant !
Run in Eastern Style.
EF"NothIng but "White Labor Employed.
Notice to Cannerymen.
WE ARE A'GENTS FOR HENDERSON St
"Withers for the sale or their charcoal
and cau furnish any amount desired. Please
e&U aad see u befere mjrchaslnz else where.
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the Skin and Scalp, witli loss of Hair, are
positivelv cured by CcncttA, the great Skin
Cure, and CuneuitA Koap, an exquisite
Skin Beautifier. externally, Ccticura Re
solvent, the New Blood Purifier Internal
ly, when phvslcians and all other remedies
PSORIASIS, Oil ttCAIiY SKIN.
I, John J. Case, D. D. S., liaving practised
dentistry in this county for thirty-five years
and being well known to thousands here
abouts, with a view to help any who are af
flicted as 1 have been for the past twelve
years, testify that the CenctraA Remedies
cured me of Psoriaals.or Scaly Skin, in eight
days. after the doctors whom I had consult
ed gave me no help or encouragement.
Newton N.J. JOHN ,r. CASE. D.D.S.
Your Ccticura Remedies performed a
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POTTEK DllCO AND CltF.MI CAL CO..BO.St01U
Proposals for Military Supplies.
Headquarters Dept. of the Columbia, 1
Office of Chief Quartermaster. V
Vancouver Bks.. W. T . Feb 23. 1S3G.
SEALED PROPOSALS. IN TRIPLICATE,
subject to the usual conditions, will be
received at this office or at the offices of the U.
S. Quartermasters at the following named
posts, until 12 o clock, noon, on Saturday,
March 27, 18S6. 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 1, 18S6. and ending June 30. 1SS7, as fol
lows r Wood. Charcoal, Oats, Barley, Bran,
Hay and Straw, or Hay in lieu of Straw, or
such of said supplies as may be required at :
Portland, Oregen: Boise Barracks, 1. T. ;
Fort Tow nsend, W.T.; Fort Coenr d'Alene,
I. T. ; Fort Spokane, W. T. ; Fort Canby,
W.T. : Fort Walla WalIa,W. T. ; Vancouv
er Depot, "W. T. ; Fort Klamath, Oregon.
The Government reserves the right to reject
any or all proposals. Preference will 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 of con
sumption required by the public sen Ice
there. Blank proposals and printed circu
lars giving full particulars as to the maimer
of blading, &c will be furnished on appli
cation to this office, or tlic Quartermasters
at the various posts named. Envelopes con
taicing the proposals should be marked :
"Proposals for at ," and addressed
to the undersigned, or the respective Post
Lt.-Col. and Dept Q. M. G., U. S. A.,
Proposals for Transportation.
Headquarters Dept. of the Columbia. i
Office of Chief Quartermaster.
Vancouver Bks., "W. T.. Feb. 23, 183C. )
SEALED PROPOSALS IN TRIPLICATK,
subject to the usual conditions, will be
received at this office until 12 o'clock, noon,
on Saturday, March 27, 4880. at which time
and place tuey will be opened lu the presence
of bidders, for the transportation of military
supplies on the following described routes
during tho fiscal year commencing July 1.
1SS5. and ending June CO, 13S7.
Route No. I. Spokane Falls. W. T., to Fort
Spokane, W. T.
Route No. 2. Ashland. Oregon, to Fort
Route No. 3. Kuna, I. T., to BoKe Bar
racks, I. T.
Route No. 4. For transportation of U. S.
Military Supplies between Astoria and Fort
Stevens, Oregon, and Fort Canby, W. T.
The Government reserves the right to re
ject any or all proposals. Blank proposals,
form of contract, and printed circulars, glv
lnc full information as to the manner or bla
ding, terms of contract and payment, will be
furnished on application to this office. En
velopes containing proiosals should be
marked j "Proposals for Transportation on
Route No. ."and addressed to the un
C. A. REYNOLDS,
Lt.-Col, and Deputy Q. M. G., U. S. A.,
WYATT & THOMPSON.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A Full Stock or
Canned Fresh Mackerel,
Canned Fresh CodDsb.
Canned Fresh Finnan Haddies,
Canned Roast Beef,
Canned PiR's Feet,
Atinore's Plum Padding,
Atmore's Mince Meat,
A Fixi AHWtBjemt of Guaed Teietftbles, etc
Trader Two Flass.
The civil war was such a big thing,
it lasted so long and covered such a
vast expanse of territory, that it was
an easy matter for a man to fight in
bolh armies, and escape detection
and punishment as a deserter. A
few months before Georgia seecded a
bright young New Englander settled
in one of onr country towns. His
Northern birth causedhim to be sus
pected, and on this account he was
probably more outspoken in the ex
pression of secession sentiments than
he would have been under other cir
cumstances. The Stato went out of
the Union, the trouble commenced
in earnest, and volunteer companies
becan to organize and go to the front.
Our New England friend felt that
the pressure of public opinion was
too strong to be withstood. It was
hard to fight his own people, but if
he did not become a Confederate sol
dier, the people were liable in some
hour of mad excitement to lynch
him. So he donned a suit of gray
and trudged off to Virginia with a
musket on his shoulder.
The unwilling volunteer stood
camp life very well. He bore his
part manfully in many a skirmish
and battle, and in course of time was
made a lieutenant. He came very
near goins through the war without
a spot on his record, but in a fatal
moment he yielded to temptation
and disgraced himself and his uni
form. It was a cold, wet day in April,
18G5. The lieutenant had become
separated from his command on the
march. He lost his way and threw
himself on the wet ground complete
ly worn out. His physical weakness
depressed his mind, and he gave
himself up to a fit of despondency.
A flood of bitter thoughts rushed
over him. Why should he, an alien,
risk his lifo in defense of a people
who hated him? Why should he
struggle on, he knew not how many
years longer, fighting against kins
men and friends? Following an im
pulse which seemed irresistible, he
rose to his feet and set his face in the
direction of the Federal lines. Be
fore nightfall he was in the camp of
The poor fellow told his storv
afterward with mournful pathos.
He said that the Fo.lerals wanted to
treat him as a spy. When they re
fused to believe his tale of desertion
ho offered to volunteer as a proof of
his good faith. The offer was ac
cepted, lie got into a blue uniform,
and found himself once more in act
ive service. Two days later Gen
eral Lee surrendered at Appomattox.
In another month the deserter was
The man was in a quandary. He
dared not go back to his New Eng
land home. The people there all
knew that he had been in the Con
federate army. On the other hand,
he could not go to Georgia, where ho
would be denounced and despised
as a deserter. Ho drifted to Boston,
and there ho narrowly escaped net
ting into prison. His tongue got fiim
into trouble. Ho remarked to a
lady at his boarding-houso that he
would rather lie in an honored Con
federate grave down in Dixie than
own half of Boston. The lady was
furious. She reported the conver
sation to the provo3t marshal, and
that officer sent a file of men to
march the deserter to his office. The
unfortunate man unbosomed himself
(o the marshal, concealing nothing.
He admitted using the language re
ported, and said that it reflected his
state of mind. If he had held out
against temptation two days longer
he could have returned to Georgia
with a proud record as a tried and
true Confederate. As it was he felt
himself an outcast, with no country,
no flag, no comrades, nothing but a
blasted character. The provost mar
shal w;as a sensible man. He lis
tened in silence, gave his prisoner a
cigar, and said :
" You may go, but don't talk that
way any more."
Sometimes this follower of two
flags passes through Georgia on a
business trip. He never hunts up
any of his old ex-Confederate com
rades. Occasionally ho finds him
self in a crowd where thev are all
telling war reminiscences. "As soon
as he can ho quietly retires. Ho
has no war stories to tell. During
recent years this man has done
fairly well in a business way. But
prosperity does not satisfy him. Ho
seems to be under the shadow of
that disgraceful April day in 'Go.
He is almost a monomaniac on this
snbj'ect, and to-dav he would give
up his life, his family, and every
thing if he could be resting in one
of the graves in our cemetery under
the shadow of the Confederate mon
ument. What an intolerable torture
such an existence must be! At
Cure For Files.
Piles are frequently preceded by a
sense of weight in the back, loins and
lower part of the abdomen, causing the
patient to suppose ho has some effection
of the kidneys or neighboring organs
At times, symptoms of indigestion are
present, flatulency, uneasiness of the
stomach, etc. A moisture like perspir
ation, producing a very disagreeaolc
itching, after getting warm, is a com
mon attendant. Blind, Bleeding and
Itching Piles yield at once to the appli
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which acts directly upon tho parts ef
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th e intense itch ing,and effecting a per
manent cure. Price 50 cents. Address
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Ilwaco Sinai Iviialion Co
FROM ASTORIA 1 0
Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canby and Ilwaco.
Connecting by stages and steamboats for
Oystervilla. Montesano and Olympio
& "GEff. MILES,"
W. P. WlIITl'OMlS, MASTKK.
Will leave Astoria dally (Sundays excepted
Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canby and Ilvraco,
at 8 A. M
Wltn Oysterville Malls and Kxpn cteily.
Through Mails to points beyond, tnd
Montesar.o, "W. T., on
Mondays. Wedneadavs and Fridays.
On Thuradayfi tt "Ml:cs'" win make
two round trips t ;;; Astoria on sec
ond trip (about n p. v .. r:m; after arrival
from first trip.
Fare to Ilwaco, - - $1.00
Passengers will save 25 ecu's bv purchas
ing tickets befoie going on board."
Ilwaco Freight per Ton, - $2.00
5"ForTi'kt"i. Towa?e or Charter ap
ply at the office ! the company, Grav's
wharf, foot of Benton -street.
'o.'b. & ir. oo."
And Way Landings.
The Steamers of the O. It. & 2. Co.. car
rying the l S. null.-., leave Hie CmupamVt
Dock Kvtry iytSimdas excepted, at r.
Tli's is the only daily line, and the nnlv
line running all the jcar round.
TO SAN FRANCISCO.
'I he only line of Steamships to San Fran
cisco. Steamers Ieae Company's Pwk every
Regular Line of
Tow Soats and Barges,
For Towage and Lighterage.
STOKAGZ2 4r AI.fi KIM)S.
Inquire at Company' Dock or at City Of
fice. F E. SIIUTE, E. A. NOYES.
TicKet Agent. Agent.
San Fraicisco and Astoria
Carrying Freight ; Running every Ten or
Will he en l erth in Sun Frand-.co on
51.50 From S. F. to Astoria.
$2.00 " " " '' Portland.
$2.50 " Astoria to S. F.
On General Merchandise.
S. II. HARMON,
3lt! Stuart St. ban Francisc.Cal.
CLVTSOPMILLCO., Astoria, Or.
0VERL&1MD TO CALIF0RWIL
Oregon & California E.E.
Fare to Sau Fran. $32; to Sacramento $;;d
Close connections made at Ashland with
stages of the California, Oregon & Idaho
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.)
Cut Side IItliou.
ItETMEEXPORTLXI AX1 AMIIilS
31a 1 1 Train.
LEAVK I ARRIVE
Portlsnil 7:S0 A M Ashland 4 45 AM
Ashland 7:15 P 51 1 Portland 1:53PM
Albany Exprc4 Train.
Portland 40 P M I Lebanon !:iJ P 51
Lebanon 1:13 A Ml Portland lOfl'i A it
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars dally be
tween Albany and Ashland.
the O. & C. R. R. Ferry makes cor.ncctioii
with all regular trains on the East Side Div.
from foot of F street
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND CORYALLIS.
Portland 11:00 A M CorTalti 1 .30 P M
Corralhs 8:59 A 51 1 Portland 3r2UP31
LEAVK I ARRIVE
Portland 5:00 P M I McMinnviIlo....8:C0PM
AtcMinnrillB..5:5 A M I Portland .8:29 A 51
Local tickets for sale and baggage checked
at company's up-town ofllce, cor. Stark and
Second streets. Tickets for principal points
in California can only be procured and bag
gage checked at company's ofllce.
Corner F snd front St., Portland Or.
Freight will not be recelvea for shipment
after live o'clock v. i. on either the East or
West SIdo Divisions.
R. KOEHLER, E. P. ROGERS,
Manager. G. F. & Pass. A gt.
GERfflANIA BEER HALL
Norton Pacific Brewery
Five Cents a Glass.
25"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.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned has been appointed by
the County Court of the state of Oregon for
Clatsop conntv. administratrix of the estate
of Edward N. Murphy, deceased. All per
sons having claims against said estate are
notified to present them, with the proper
vouchers, to the undersigned at her resi
dence cornf-r of Chenamus and Washington
streets In Astoria, Oregon, wlthiu six months
from this date.
Mrs. JOHN RODGERS.
Astoria, March 2nd, 1SS8.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
WM. AIJiI. I'rop'r.
First Class in jsverj Resist
Frr Coach to th Ilii-
St. Charles Hotel,
C. "W. KNOWLES - - - - Proprietor
First Class ik Every REsrnrr.
Good Restanrant Connected with the House
Fire-proof Urlcfc Building. ISORoos:.
la tho Ctnter of tee City.
Cor. Front and Morrison Str.. Portland. Or
The United States
On Main street Is now open, and
AT ONCE TAKES THE LEAD.
In every Particular it Is tin
Finest fitted up arid best in the City.
JEFF IS A GOOD PROVIDER;
He Cannot be Ecat on the Coast 1
Heals 25c; Board $20 per Month.
rnvate rooms for Families or Paities. i up
per Parties furnished on short notice.
OYSTERS A SPECIALTY.
Jeff Spends his jioney in Astoria,
liuys by the Wholesale and
Pays Cash, That Settles It.
The Hew Model
Restaurant g Oyster House,
Is Now Open and Ready for Business
Opposite the Crystal Palace,
Where we will be Pleased to Serve our
Customers Day and Night,
At Reasonable Rates
Give us a Call and Judge for
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Organized with a Full Staff of Eighteen
Experienced and Skillfal Physicians
and Surgeons for the treatment
of all Chronic Diseases.
QDR FIELD OF SUCCESS
Chronic Nasal Catarrh, Throat and
Lung Diseases, Liver and. Kidney Dis
eases, Bladder Diseases, Diseases of
Women, Blood Diseases and Nervous
Affections, cured hero or ct home, with or
without seeing the patient. Como and seo as, or
send ten cents in stamps for our " Invalid's
Gulao Book," which gives all particulars.
Nervous Debility, Impo
tency. Nocturnal Losses,
and all Morbid Conditions
caused by Youthful Follies
and Pernicious Solitary
Practices arc- speedily and
permanently cured by our Specialists. Book,
post-paid, 10 cts. in stamps.
Rtrntnra. or Breach rzdlcaUV
RuOTllDC 1 cured without the knife, with
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- I. W without danger. Cures Guar
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FILE TUMORS and STRICTURES treated
under guarantee to cure. Book scnUor ten
ccnt3 in stamps. Address, Wokld's Dhpessart
Medical Association, CC3 Alain St, Buffalo, N.Y.
The treatment of many
thousands of cases of those
diseases peculiar to
at the Invalid's Hotel and
Surrfc-d Institute has af
I Diseases o?
forded largo experience in adapting remedies for
their care, and
is the result of thi3 vast experience.
It 13 a powerful Se3torativo Tonic and
Nervine, imparts vigor and strength to tho sys
tem, and cures, as if by magic, Leucorrhea, or
whites," excessive ilowin-r, painful
menstruation, unnatural suppressions,
prolapsus or falling of tho uterus,
wealc hack, anteversion, retroversion,
hearing down sensations, chronic con-
festion. Inflammation and ulceration of
he womb, inflammation, pain and ten
ddrnes3 in ovaries, internal heat, and
It promptly relieves and cures Nausea, and
Weakness of the Stomach, Indigestion,
Bloating, Nervous Pro3tratlon, and sleep
lessness, in either sex.
OR SIX BOTTLES
Send ten cents in ctamp3 for Dr. Pierce's largo
Treatises on Diseases of Women, illustrated.
World's Sispsm?; Meal teiatios,
663 Main St, BUFFALO, N. Y.
Bilious Headacho, Diz
Indigestion, and Bil
ious Attacks promptly
cured by Dr. PIERCE'S
PELLETS. 25 cents a vial,
Money to Loan
ON APPROVED SECURITY. COUNTY
Ordera bought. Apply at tho office of
Y. D. WTNTON.
DR. VAN MONGISGAR
132 and 124 Third Street, Portland, Oregon
Is a regular grad
uate m medicine,
has been loncer
engaged in tno
special treat merit
ol all Vcnertal,
Sexual ami Chrou- -ic
idseases thau f
any other Physi
cian in the West,
.as ciiy papers
show, and old res
idents know. $1,
case whfth he falls
to cure, comTng under Ins treatment ; byfol
Iowiug his directions.
DR. VAX is the most successful Lung and
Throat Doctor in America, lie will tell you
vour trouble without asking you a single
question, and warrant a perfect cure In the
following diseases :
Scrvon debility. Spermatorrhoea, semi
nal losses, sexual decay, fainting memory,
weak eyes, stunted development, loss of
energy, impoverished blood, pimples. Imped
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eases, syphilis, eruptions, hair falling, bone
pains, swelling, sore throat, elects mercury,
Kldnev and bladder troubles, weak back,
burning urine, incontinence, gonorrhoea,
gleet, stricture, etc., receives prompt relief
and cured for life.
Xervoas diseases (with or without dreams).
Diseased discharges cured promptly without
hindrance to business.
Both Sexes consult confidentially. If in
trouble.caliorwrite. Delajs are dangerous.
Diseases of th Eye, or Ear. Ulceration or
Catarrh, internal or external. Deafness or
Paralvsfs. Staging or Roaring Noises, Thick
ened Drum, etc., permanently cured. LOST
MANHOOD, perfec lv restored.
CANCERS AND TUMORS permanently
removed without the knife or caustic.
Medicines compounded and furnished to
all patients at ofllce strictly pure and vege
table. Guarantee of permanent cures in all
case1 undertaken. Consultation free and
strictly confidential. All correspondence
promftly attended to ; medicine tent by ex
press to an v address free from exposure. Call
or adrir?v Private Dlspensarv, Nos. 132-134
Third St. Portland. Or.
Terms strictly cash. Office hours 8 to 3.
.No. 11 Kearney street, San Francisco, Cal.
Treats all Ciiuoxic, Sr-KciAi; xso Pnt-
VATK DlSEASKS WITH WOXDERFUL
THE GREAT ENCLISH REMEDY!
Is a certain cure for
all tne evil effects of
youthful follies and
excesses, and in
callus liquors. Ir
Mlntlo who Is a reg
ular physician, gr.ul
uate of the Univer
sity of Pennsylvania
will agree to ioruet Sow for a case of thU
kind the Vital Kcstorallvc (under his spe
cial advice and treatment will not cure. $i.5e
a bottle, or four times tho quantity ?5, sent
to any address on receipt ot price, or O. O. D.
in private name if desired, by Dr. Mlatie,
II Kearny St.. Snn Francisco, Cal. Send
for list of questions and pamphlet.
8ATIPLE BOTTLE VKEE
will be sent to any one applying by letter
stating symptoms, sex and age. Strict se
crecy in regard to all business transactions.
Bo they Younjror Old
n&Ting Lost tboM
fc PERFECT HUNHuOD
aa.3.j regain (juicxly
X3EiaEUBTEJC?a? Sexual Power
Prof Jean CMale. BY THE USE Of
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tYohtSnffi? whether ali
FREE TO ALL. ppi5iJ"ts55
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did Illustrated paw medical w5rk.glTtns&7.
torn j of all forms of Sex 1 Disease, dewlpttou
of this treatment, prices, testimonials and aea
paper endorsements. &c7c.
.leore.,a?.aeeUa fr the new and certain to
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without surgery, or .wucure.
Consultation with Tall Medical Stafl; fffiEE.
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The rttuti: thoi T!touti)n!s cannot get cured nf
SEMINAL KEAKSES8. LOSS OF UAX
JIOOD, anJ the remit of abtue.diicatc orexetuet,
it otetr.g to a complication called PROSTATOR
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1M) Gearv ."?.. Sari Praacisco. Cl.
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iso of Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic BU wtta
Slectrlo Suspensory Appliances, for t&a speed)
ellcf and permanent cure otKervenuDcHUtv.Vout
f Vitality and Manhood, and all kindred troubka
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rnjxwpc nuuieaire?. uyauareswnr
VOLTAIC BELT CO., Vanh&n, Kick
Has Just Received a Fine Stock of
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
S1LYER WARE, CLOCKS,
Which he offers at Bedrock Prices.
All Coods Warranted.
Mine is a Jewelry Store and Known as Such.
Nicely Furnished Rooms,
riTII OR "WTTHOGT BOARD: AT
t f Mrs. S. T. McKean's, Cass street, three
doors south of Asioktax ofllce.
lino rnrkitKowcu SCO-las'
Ttiw F Sa &Vi
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