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"MARCH 18. l&Sfl
PORT O? ASTORIA
READY FUR SB A.
Kincardineshire, Br bit Quccnstorra Mar 6
I'irth of Dorcocli, Br bl Quccnstown Mar 6
C'ochrina, Br bit 931 Queenstotrn March 5
Selene, Br bk Livorpool Qneonstown Mor 10
Anglo Gorman . Br bk S20 Qoecnstown ilar M
Clan rercasoa. KO Queenstown Mar 12
Llzzio Bell, Brbk Quccnstown McrlS
Povonby, Br bk S38 Qucenstown Mar IS
Isle of Unto 923 Qneenstotvn Mar 16
Adelaide Mary, Br bk Liverpool Mar 17
1 XSsj:i,S l THIS Rl VER.
Henry Villard. An sp Xl'R Director. Br bk C79.
HawardenUastlcBrppllOl mphitnte, BrspliW
Gov. Goodwin, Am ep".414 Firth of btronex, Brbk
Chctebroncb, Am sj Hfcl Cambria, Br bk
Scottish AVizard.br bk Gov.'lillcr, Brpl40
VESSELS UA TD. K tt'A 1 .
I'rota i'oreicn I'ortu, for the
Archor. Br bk 7(3 Liverpool Ie 4
Alliance. Br bk fWO Australia
Birmab, Br bk 02 Liverpool Teb SG
Dryad Brsp "OJ Newcastle Jan 3
Uermama, Cer bk 69? Liverpool Nov 29
Glenfarc Br bk 83 Now Castle Jan 22
Harvest Home. Br b 517 Victoria
Ilelenslca, Br bk Sydney Jan2S
Kingdom of axony, Br bk5S3Marjbori. Feb 2
Kapunda, Br sp 1095 Brisbane. lcb 11
Matlsatc, Br bk 1013 Australia
Koddlcburn, Brbk 1P53 Liverpool
Kith, Brbk S90 Australia Feb 27
Rydalmero, Br bk 121C Melbonrne Jan 14
Remonstrant, Br bk 1015 Callao
btirliuKbire. Br sp 1221 Liverpool Nov lu
Shahin&r. Br bkK Brisbane Jan 21
Troop, Br p 102 Panama Jan IS
rndmc. Cer bk S8 lions Kong
From American I'ox'tw.
Ael, Brbk 785 San Pedro
C. S, ilurlburt. bk 10:0 -Vcw York Xov 10
Tillie E atarbuck, Aia sp 1'Sl Jfew York'Jan 5
Wm. II. Bosse. Am bk lt2T "cr York Feb 13
'ft Itt: 'FA H?jK fc'Oli ATtKIA.
; irl mco Ml. I l'ru Second.
IH El P ElH H 5
Ih in. X . m. X h- h. m. X
. -i -5,
i a 4ii
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6, 1 15
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72 11 llp'70
7 3111 507)j7
7 5 11 517 5
4 5ln 0 2
7 0 0 2C'7 ft
1 U It J
2 01 !
0 9 10 13
10 11 12
7 alio 30 i
IS 11 H
13, 0 03
0 4! 9 4D
8 2 11 a? 17 C
,84 . I
81 0 10 R C
8 5 II W S5
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87 2 3) 7!
S 3 17 7
85 4 0 Hb
b 1 5 07 0 2
7 7 0 1C 5 a
7 2 7 32 5 a
C8 8 41 0 2
GCj a 4G 0 0
6 7110 42 7 0
oalii n, 7:;
I 3 17
I 4 07
:;i 1 10 isa
Tlie hours bctwven midjiint and noon arc
tt nated by a (a. .!.), those between noon
an I midnight by p u jl). oh. 0Jm a denotes
midnight, u't. OOm. v ilenotes noon.
i i.' height is reckoned from the level ol
avemge lower Jow waiters to v, hieh the souuii
lues are given 0:1 the Co:ut Muvev charts.
a.m.I Bar. I Ther I Mate of weather
SE fair '
6 :5C 20.S1
Bain tall .05 Ma. velocity miles.
1.0011 time to correspond with 7 a. m.
and 10 1. ., Washington time.
Columbia River Exports.
1-To Hull per Yarl'and.
Wheat 73.223 bus .5.x,r37
1 To Quccnstown per Lnrd Canning.
Wheat 77,831 bus.. .$tl.i-7l
2 To Quecnslown per Hycvalc.
licat 4S.470 bus $33,900
3 - To London per Glenlorn.
FI ur 24.S19 bids . 93.17S
4 - To Qucaustoiffti jicr Diutlutt lnwhii 1:
Wheat 64,000 bus "S.SOO
0 To Quccnrttticn per Fitlh of Durnrtch.
Wheat 52,079 bus 39,931
6 To Quccnslmcn per Ktneardlnsltirc
W heat 71,191 bus $1,232
S To Qncenklr.ttti per Cochrina.
Wheat 56,200 bus $42,200
10 To Quccmlmvn per Selene.
Wheat 51,003 bus S37.155
10 To Quccnslmcn cr Anglo Xr man.
Wheat 43,318 bus $31,169
10-To Qtircri8otp;i per Clan 7' ryuson.
"Wheat 45,925 bus $31,-11
13 To Quccnstou-n per Jhivenby.
Wheat 40,400 bys C5&
13 To Qnecntloicn per Lizzie Dell.
Wheat bC.j'St bus..... ?41.3C0
15 To Liverpool per Adelaide JIary.
Hour 'Jfl u bbls . $33,665
16 To Qucentuwn per Me of Bute.
Wheat 49.8SS bus .S37.419
JOHN KOPP, Proprietor.
Patronize Home Industry!
We supply as .
GOOD A QUALITY OF BEER
As Any in the Market,
AT A8 REASOXABLE A PRICE.
The Kortli Pacific Brewery Beer
Is Furo and Unadulterated. ,
It gives general Satisfaction and Is Furn
ished in Quantities to Suit.
Leave Orders With Wit. Bock. Germania
Saloon, or Cnais. Evenso next to Foard
Daily Dftllvery In Any Part of the City.
United Stales Senators J jnoViil'Sltchell
Representative In Congress K. Hermann
Governor. Y F. Moody
Governor's secretary Chas. u. Moore
Secretary of State R. I'. Earhart
Assistant Secretary. F. E. Hodgkin
.. A. F. "Wheeler
W. II. Byars
.E. P. McCornac
Dr. 11. Carpenter
Sup't Public Instruction.
State Printer........ .....
Cleik School Laud Board
Sup't Insane Asylunu
HV. 1. Lord
J. J. It. Waldo
Distiuct Judges :
....L, R. Webster
11. P. Boise
F. J. Taylor
. M. L oimsteau
,. -Geo. Watkins
Clatacp County Officers:
Tudce C. A McGuIre
C. J. Trenchard
.W. G. Boss
j D. K. "Warren
J. F. Warren
. G. F. Parker
M. I). Wilson
J. C. RoHt
Astoria City Officers:
Mavor J. C. Trullinger
Auditor and Clerk.. .T. S.Jewett
Treasurer -I. O. Hustler
Street Superintendent 'ilios. IxKan
Chief of Police A. M. Tuombley
Police Judge K. V. Monti II h
Sexton. T. A. Fruit
(A A. He eland
( F. Iiennan
( Chas. Gratke
( Itobt. Carrutliers
Temple Lodge, No. 7 A. P. A.M.
first and third Tuesdays In eachVV
month, at 7 o'clock, v. M., at the' v.
Hall in Astona. Members of the order in
good standing are Invited to attend..
By order of the W M.
Bearer LK)d?e No. 35. L O. O. F.
Kegui,au meeting ev- ,&
erj' Thursday evening at Sf.
sevt-n o'clock, at the Ix!gerssp
room in Odd Fellows Hall, AM o- 7
ria. Sojouming members or the order In
good standing, cordially Invited toaltend.
Bv order " N. 1.
Ocean Kncamp merit, No. 13, 1. O. O. F.
REOUI.AUMKUIINGSOF OCEAN EN
cainnment No. 13. I. O. O. F.. at the
Lodge, in the Odd Fellows Building, at
seven r. m., on the .second and fourth
Mondas of each month. Sojourning bieth
ien conliallv invited.
By order " C- P.
Seaside Lodge No. 12. A. O. D. W.
EGULAU MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
Ij)dire No. 12. A O. I . W. will be ucia
in Ihc.r Hall oer Canuihan & to 'a on
Saturday eening of each week, at 7 o'clock.
Members of the order in good standing, and
vibiling Brothers are invited to attend. Li
will be open fifteen minutes before
ter eacii meeting. By order 11. W.
Cushingr r ost No. 14, G. A. B.
hy EGULAU MEETINGS OF THIS POST
U.'V on the second and fourth Tudjjs. of
caclt month at 7 :30 i. m. Vi Uiug com-nidt-s
cudiaily invited. By order
Cushiner Relief Corps No. 3, G. A. R.
ami fourth Tuesdajs or each mouth, at
"l.v order Mi!-,. C. BOSS,
Pacific Lodge No. 17, K. of P.
T EGULAU MEETINGS OF THIS
SX Lodge every Friday evening, at 7 -50
o'clock, in their Castle Hall, Sojouniln
Knights cordially invited to attend.
K. of B. and S.
Company H, O. S. M
K EGULAU DIULLS EVEBY MONDAY,
and Wednesdav evenhms. Uejrular
meetings the second and fourth Thursdays
of each mouth at 7 :3j r. ji
C. V. . FULTON,
KEGULAIi MEETINGS. SECOND AND
fourth Tuesday evenings of each mouth
at 7bi o'clock.
e-3l'ersons desiring to nave matters acted
uiKin bv the Council, at anv regular meet
ing must present the same to the Auditor
and Clerk, on or before the Friday eenmg
iirior 10 me xuexiay on which tne council
Holds its regular meeting.
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria. Retail Earkrt.
Flour per bb Sl2
Wheat, per cental SLT0
Bacon, sides per ft, npj ct.
Shoulders, 4i 10 cts.
Hams, ' 131GK cts.
Lard, " l0i:K cb.
Mutton, 812K cts.
I'ork, 1012 cts.
Veal, 1013 cts.
Hatter, per roll 43H) cts.
Etrcs, per dozen 1420 ct1-.
Potatoes, GOCUSc V sk
Cheese, per ft 1440 cts
Cornmeal, per ft Zi cts.
Oatmeal, u 4 cts.
Ueans, " 34"" cts.
uotiee, " I040cls.
Tea, : 25!K)cK
Hice, ' 7 9 cts.
Sugar, " (K8cLs.
Svni), per gallon 70c Si.
Honey, per gallon SL13.
Salmon, per kitS4-r0
Onions, per ft 2f 3 cts.
Apple3 dried per ft G10 cts.
Peaches " 9l5cts.
Plums, " 1012Kets.
Candles, per ft 20 cts.
Chickens, per jlozen SG.
Hay, per ton 9S12.
Hides, per ft 5 9 cts.
Oils, per gallon, boiled linseed. 7Cc;
raw linseed, 70c; coal oil. 35c; lardS1.25
HeecTs Sporting House
Open Day and Night,
The Leading; House of this City.
A New Stase Managed by
Professor Maxwell, oi "London,
Who has played in all narts cf the World
with Great Success.
I have also connected to my house,
A First Class Restaurant !
Run ia Eastern Style.
J"r-Nothlng hut White Labor Employed.
Notice to Cannerymen.
WE ARE AGENTS FOE HENDERSON &
Withers for the sale of their charcoal
dad can furnish any amount desired. Please
call and eee va heferonurchaslne eHewhere.
And AH Itching and Scaly Sfciq
and Scalp Diseases Cared
c sji. j..w.
1 ll.n.. T.
.. J. IIICII.
Itching, Burning. Scaly. Pimply Humors of
tne Skin ami scalp, wiin ir.s 01 junr. arc
positively cured bv Cirni 1: v. the gn-nt akm
Cure, and CuTurir.v "o..r. an evtulsitc
Skin Beautifier. externally. CLTitfnA Kr.
solvknt. the New Blood Purifier internal
Iv. when pin Me'ans ami all oiber nni-uics
PSORIASIS, OR SfAI.Y SKIX.
I, John .1. Case. D. D. S.. liaving pntet s.d
dentistry in this county for thlrt j -live wars
and being well known to thousand-, heie
abouts, with a view to help any w ho are af
flicted as 1 have been for the just twelve
years, testify that thcCuncuitA Kemkimks
cured me of Psoriasis, or Scalvi-kln, in eight
days, alter the doctors whom 1 nan consult
ed cave me no he'n or enrourngempi t
Newton N. J. JOHN J. AE. I).I.!.
I)I.TRESSIX l:RLi IO.VS
Your CCTICL'RA KE3IEDIES poiftni-td a
wonderful cure lat suninu r on on of :r
customers, an old gentleman of se enty years
of age, who suffered with a fearfully distres
ing eruption 011 ills head and face, and who
had tried ail remedies and doctors to no pur
pose. J. F. SMITH & CO.
310RE woM)niFn- v::t.
H. F. Carpenter, llcuderson. N. V. cured
of ISorabis or I?prosv, of twenty ears'
stand, bv Cuticuka Uk.medies. Ihe n.osl
wonderlul cure on recoid. A dustpaiifu of
scales fell from him dr.Hv Phyvjeians and
his friends thought he must vu Curt swun
to before a Juslice of the Pence ,ird Hei.il- r
snn most prominent cili7cns.
S200 I'iR .votsjivc;
Win. (!onIot!,7 Arlington Ave. HihiI s
town, MaH., writes: "Hitting paid about
$200 to first -clas-s dott.-rs to mre my baby
without success, I tried the CuTicritA kkm
ediks, which completely cuied, alter using
CrTirUR.V RK.1X ED !'..
Are sold l all dni' gists. Price : Clticuim.
50c : Ue.soTi.vkxt. Si ; StiAi. "'m. Piepaied
hylho I'OTrEn Dnuc amCiiejii(i. Co.,
Send rui'MIIoii tr 'nrr Sulu lvp:ists "
m? TTTIFYthee mp'e.onaiidskir.
-tl&KJ i usinglmtritASoAi.
fBAHKCn. t 11: is .in
Hae . niT.c.n Pit
Canada I 11. MangoM,
Clmer Bio s ls. etc .
called .n frl"s l.'i
lil ':irj for the lin-ni'-dlat-
iiief and p 1-umm-ut
eur. of eerj
fnrn of C'lt'irih. from
a simple (lii 111 the
lie; d to I.oss of Siih-II.
T:tste, and Healing. Cot gh and Catarrhal
C- n-iiimpt'on. CompU'telreatireiil.cousist
i g or one bott'e Kadic-al cure, one box Ca
tarrhal Soh out aiid one lmpio'd lull tier,
in one package, mav now be had of nil dittg
gMs for 1.00. Ask' for Sam'oki s Bai i
calClue, Complete Treaimeni with Inhaler SI
"The only absolute specific we know rf."
-Med Time. "The best we h.o found
hi a life time of suITt ring." Iliv. Dr. "j
(jln, Huston. "After a long struggh villi
Catarrli. the Hahh-ai. Cum: has coa
queied." Ittt S. li'. Munrrx' Ixinxhvruh.
Pa. "I hae not found a r.e-ethat 11 did n.d
relieteat nee." Andrrtr Lsc. MaLchcrftr,
T MUST GIVE L'l' I cannot
bear this uniii. I acii ail oi rand
nothln,; I try does me an good."
Back ache v.eakiu-ss. Cu'rii.e
jiains, Sorem ss. L-iinenes-s, HHik
m Cough. Pleui:s ami Chest
pains cured bv the new. ong.nal and eh-ga'it
antl'lo:e lo pain and inihimmationthe Ci r
cuka Axti-Paix Pi.AbTEi:. lpeciall
adapted to ladies by reason of its delicau
odor and gentle medicinal action. At Dreg
gists. 25c; fie for $1.00. Mailed free bj
I'OTTEi: DCG AM) CHEMICAL CO.. BOstOll.
Proposals for Military Supplies.
Headquarters Dert. or the Columbia, )
Office of Chief Quartermaster.
Vancouver Bks , W. T . Feb 25. ISso.
hjEALED PUOPOS.M.S. IN TUIFLU'ATl.
5 subject to the usual conditions, will lit
received at this office oral the offices of the I".
S. Quartermasters at th" following named
posts, until 12 o clock, noon, on baturda,,
ilarcli 27, ISsO. at which places and lime tliej
will be opened, in the presence of bidders,
for the furnishing and delivery of inilitarj
supplies during the fiscal year commencing
July l, lfr 6. and ending June :0 lt-S7, as fol
lows : Wood. Charcoal. Oats, Barley, Lran,
Hav and Straw, or Hay in lieu of Straw, or
such of said supplits is ma be required at :
Portland, Oregen: Boise Barracks, 1. T. ;
Fort Tow nsend, W. T. : Fort Cflfur d'AIene,
I. T. ; Fort Spokane, W. T.; Fort C.mby,
W.T. ; Foit Walla Yalla.iW. T. : A'ancouv
er Depot, W. T. ; Fort Klamath. Oregon.
The Government resencs the right to loject
any orall proposals. Preference will be giv
en to articles ot domestic production, and to
articles or domestic production produced on
the Pacific Coast, conditions of price and
qualltv being equal, to the extent of con
sumption required by the public sen ice
mere, uiani. proposals ami pnnieu 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 the various posts named, hnvelopes con
taii ing the proposals should be marked :
"Proposals for at ." and addressed
to the undersigned, or the respective Post
Lt.-Col. and DepL Q. 31. G., I. S. A.,
Proposals for Transportation.
Headquarters Dept. or the Columbia. i
Office of Chier Quartermaster.
Vancouver Bks., W. T.. Feb. 23, 1S3G.
SEALED PROPOSALS IN TKIPLICATK,
subject to the usual conditions, will be
received at this offlce until 12 o'clock, noon,
on Saturdav. March 27. 1SSC. at which time
and place they- will be opened In the pri'M-nre
ot bidders, for the transportation of military
.supplies on the follow Ins described ro-:te-
dunngthe fiscal year commencing .Inl 1,
16SG. and cndhiR June 30, 18S7.
Route No. T. Spokane Fal's W T to Fori
Spokane, W. T.
Route No. 2. Ashland, Or.-son, to Fort
Route Xo. 3. Kuna, I. T., to lfoiso Bar
racks, I. T.
Route No. 4. For transport'itlon of I . S.
Military Supplies between Astoria and Fort
Steven;, Oregon, and Fort Canby. W.T.
The Government rcsen es the right to re-
ect any or all proposals. Blank proposals,
orm of contract, and piintcd circulars, giv
inc full Information as to the manner of bla
ding, terms of contract and payment, w ill be
furnMiedon application to this office. En
velopes containing proposals suouiu oe
marked : "Proposals for Transportation on
Route No. ," and addressed to the un
dersigned. O. A. REYNOLDS.
Lt.-Col. and Deputy Q. M. G V. S. A.,
WYATT & THOMPSON.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A Full Stock or
Canned Fresh Mackerel,
Canned Fresh Codfish,
Canned Fresh Finnan llaildics,
Canned Roast Beof,
Canned Pig's Feet,
Atmorc's Plum Pudding,
Atmore's Mince Meat,
X Fie Awertnt-t of Cebc3 YegeUlriet, etc
. Eczema, Tetter, hi. j...ivi, moves on an axis, and is provided
...:..... C.tt,l l(n 11 TllL I MUT I ... -. . ..,'- ...
i i.imin.-A.i.ii iii . u,.'i ; , with n it'll lr clii-ln i-f enmn lnoturrnl
, Barbers', Bakers', (irwi is', aim .,"." , " .,, .7. w. .........
nmnii's rti-ii. ami eer -lieciei of that bends without breakm". AYlien
. 5si""Cv 1
Notes of Science and Zniinstry.
Panoramic photographs in con
nection with military survevin" and
the like are now taken by a simple
""" rumen caiieu iue cyim-
drograph. A semicircular cylinder
having a small lens in the center
a view is to be taken lite lens is
moved from one side of the land
scape to the other.
It is predicted that, in the course
of the next five years, the steel nail
will have as completely supplanted
the iron nail as the steel rail has its
iron predecessor. Already one-half of
the nails manufactured in "Wheeling
arc made of steel, and the machinery
and plant necessary for their manu
facture are being set up in every nail
center and at nearly every nail
foundry. It is said that, under
present conditions, steel nails can
be made about ten cents per keg
cheaper than those made of iron,
even where the manufacture has to
purchase his ingots.
A French cIiemist has brought
forward a new method of manufact
uring gunpowder. The requisite
quantity of sulphur, is dissolved in
sulphide of carbonand this solution
is then mixed with the carbon,
which, instead of charcoal as in
other modes of powder making is
cotton or some other cellulose liber,
which is reduced to an impalpable
powder. To this mixture is finally
added the proper quantity of a
saturated solution of saltpetre. The
compound is now evaporated and
the "crystallization broken up, or it
is evaporated in a vacuum. A very
perfect incorporation of the several
substances is thus secured.
Pulverized steatite is coining into
use, quite satisfactorily, as a finish
or covering lor walls and ceilings.
It is simply soapstone; it takes a
high polish, is pearl gray in tint,
presents the best possible surface
for painting, either in oil or water
color, and" will neither crack nor
chip. It is claimed for it that it is a
non-conductor and non-absorbent;
that it can be "A ashed without injury ;
nails can be driven into it without
damage; when subject to heat,
moisture, and chemical fumes, it
gives no smell ; and it docs not turn
yellow with age. It is thought to be
specially adapted for hospitals, fac
tories, cellars, markets, etc.
An engineer in Berlin, German-,
is the inventor of an improved con
struction of steam engine, the pecul
iar feature of which consists in the
dead center point being obviated.
In this arraugement, a block is se
cured to the piston rod, this block
being provided with a diagonal slot
through which the crank pin passes.
The slot has concaved edges facing
each other, and is provided with a
recess at each end. The slide valve
is attached to a rod provided at the
lower ends with tappets, against
which the ends of the sliding block
strike, thus reciprocating the slide
valve rod. The levers from which
the rods are suspended are provided
with spring arms for giving the de
sired degree of expansion.
According to M. Fremy nitrogen
exercises an imijortant influence on
iron, and steel is due not to the
presence of carbon alone, but to a
combination of iron with nitrocar
burets. Careful analysis, however,
shows that there is no fixed relation
between the properties of nitrogen
and carbon in cither steel or iron,
and also that the proportions of
nitrogen are found to vary, while
those of carbon are more constant;
hence it has been supposed that the
presence of the former is more or less
accidental and unimportant. It is
known that there are special "ores
of steel" which naturally produce
steel at a certain stage of lining, but
which by still further fining pass
into iron; again, this same iron
gives steel of a superior quality for
cementation. All metals, in" fact,
undergo remarkable changes
through the influence of exceedingly
small proportions of various foreign
substances. Copper is partly modi
fied by the merest trace of oxygen,
sulphur or lead, zinc or tin by only a
few tenths of one per cent of iron,
and gold is made brittle as antimony
by one one-hundredth of one per
cent of lead or bismuth.
Dakota is the sole remaining quarter-section
of Paradise in this West
ern world. It is no uncommon
thing for a whole Dakota family to
sit on one end of a potato while" the
other is roasting in the fire. "We
hatch our own wild geese, of such
dimensions that Eastern and
Southern tendcrfcet are liable to
mistake them for winged hippotami,
on lakes of never freezing rosewater
and cologne. "We wall up for welln
the holc3 from which we pull, with
steam derricks and 1,800 horse
power engines, our radishes and
beets, and mako cow-sbeus and cir
cus tenlsof our turnip rinds. "We
put rockers under our empty pea
pods and use them for cradles.
Col. Pat Dolan.
Cure For "PiScs.
riics are frequently preceded by a
sense of weight in the back, loins ami
lower part of the abdomen, causing the
patient to suppose" he has some elTection
oftliekidnejs or neighboring organs
At times, symptoms of indigestion are
present, flatulency, uneasiness of the
stomach, etc. A moisture like perspir
ation, producing a very disagreeable
itching, after gebiing warm, is a com
mon ittendant. Blind, Bleeding and
Itching Piles yield at once to the appli
cation of Dr. Bosanko's Pile remedy,
which acts directly upon the parts ef
feeted, absorbing tho Tumors, allaying
th c intense itch ing,and effecting a'per
nianent cure. Price r0 cents. Address
The Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co.. Pinna,
O. Sold by J. "W. Conn.
YOUSG 3IEXI KKAID THIS.
run Voltaic Relt Co., of Marshall,
Mich., oiler to send their celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belt and other Electric
Appliances on trial for thirty days, to
men (young or old) afflicted with nervous
debilltv, loss Gf vitality and manhood, and
all kindred troubles. Also for rheumatism,
neuralgia, paralysis, and many other dis
eases. Complete restoration to uealtli, vigor
and manhood guaranteed. .No risk Is in
curred as thirty days trial Is allowed. Write
them at once for illustrated pampnlet froe
lira Steai lariptii Co
I'KOM ASTORIA '10
Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canby and llwaco,
Connecting by stages amis oambojits for
Gysterville. Montesano and Olympia
W. P. WlimOMK, 31ASTER.
Will leave Asloiiadail (Suudajs excepted
Ft- Stevcna, Ft. Canby and Ilxvaco,
at O A. M-W!'iii-.tfrviiU
Mails and Express daily,
Throuch Mail3 to points titycnd. and
Montcsnr.o. Y . T.. on
Mondays, Wednesdays and "Pridaj-s.
Ou Thursdays l!-i ii,es" will make
two round tries ! ivS-.jf Astoria on sec
ond trip (about" i.
fn-ni hrst trip
: !i i! :U'
Fare to llwaco.
Passengers w PI s,: e i. ceil s b purel-as-ing
tickets befoie going mi board.
llwaco Freight per Ton. - $2.00
;21 rTkkeis, Towage or Charter ap
ply at '' office if the eomp.u'y, Cray's
wharf, foot f Benton sjrvct.
.1. II. li GRAY. .
E. & If. 00.
And Way Landings.
'1 he M-amers of the O. K. & N. Co.. ear-
rj-mgtiie i .-. nulls, ioao ,m uompaux
Dwk ?.vry ittty
. .-inidays i-.-eptv.
A. II. .
Ill's isjheoish d.ulv line, and the onl
line running all t:e y ar rou'ul.
TO tffi FRANCISCO.
he onl Hue of SU-anmliliK, to San Fran
cisco. Ste.i'iHr lestri Company's Peck even
Kejcttlar i ine of
Tow Boats and Earges,
For Tow ago and Lighterage.
-s'I';:a:j: ur ai.c, ,iviis.
Inquire at ( onip.nv's Dock or at Cit Of
:VJv t Agent
Si Francisco ai Astoria
Canvtng Freight; I'unniug eterv 'Ion or
W II ! i :i I erth m San FniieI'o on
S1.5Q From S. F. to Astoria.
$2.00 - ' " u Portland.
$2.50 Astoria to S. F.
On Uci.r.i MiTthandise.
S IF. HARMON,
." Stuart M. J-an r-raneisc ,Cal.
CLrsoPM!I.LCO.. Astoria, Or.
OV13RL:2!D TO CALIFORWI k
Oregon & California S.B.
"."arc to San Fran. S:ii; to ncrin'cn!oS:!0
Clee connections made at Ashland with
stages of the California, Oregon & Idaho
(PA1LV rlKlT SWilAVs.)
I.asJ Mdt miioii.
KErwrXXSOitTZ.l! A A31T4AeI
LEAVK I AKRtVK
PottUed 7W A Ml Ashland I 13 A M
A.sh!nd . . . ;:!" P M I Portland 1jPM
Itliany Express Train.
lE'.VK I ARRIVE
Portland . . .1 dW P M Ihanon 9 :U I M
Lebanon 4:4 J A M I Portland 10.-0'i A Jl
Piulm.m Talace Sleeping Cars daily be
twetn Alba: y ami Ashland.
he O. .t C. IJ. IJ. Ferry makes co; necJion
with a'l regular trains on the l"nt Side Div.
from fout of F street
West S We i)iis!on,
ItcTVt M-.N I'UKTLVND A?.D COUVALI.IS.
LEAVE I ARKIVE
Porfand... J:0O A M Coiralli- 4:20 P M
C'ora!Ii3 8S3 A M Portland SW P 31
LEAVE I ARRIVE
Portland 5P 31 1 McMinnville....0PM
3IcMmnvilIe.j;:13 A 31 1 Portland .8:30 A 31
Local ticket- f"r sale and baggage checked
at company's up-town office, cor. Stark and
"ccond streets. Tickets for principal points
in California can only be procured and bag
gaire checked at company's office.
"Corner F end Front Sts.. Portland Or.
Freight wi.l not he received for shipment
after live o'clock r. 31. on either the East or
West Side Divisions.
IL KOEHLKR, E. P. ROGERS.
Manager. G. F. & Pass. A gt.
GERMANIA BEER HALL
Northern Pacific Brewery
Five Cents a Class.
n-No inrerior P.cer sold at this place.
O. K. & X. CO.
Tickets to Portland and Return
For $2 50.
Good on any of the Company's boats
E. Lemon & Co.,
Stevedores and Riggers,
PORTLAND and ASTORIA.
I'oktlaxd Office No. 10 North Front St
HOTELS AND 11ESTAURAXTS
WM. A I.I.I:. Proj.V.
First Class in Ever, Respect.
Free CokcIi to the IXonw.
St. Charles Hotel,
C. W.TCNOWLES - - - - Proprietor
FinsT Class i Evkky REsr-Frr,
Good Restaurant Connected with the Honse
Firf-proof llnck Balltlinir. ISO Rooms.
. In the Center of the City.
Cor. Front and "Morrison St.".. Portland. Or
The United States
On Main street is now open, and
AT 0WCE TAKES THE LEAD.
In every Particular it is the
Finest fitted up and besi in the City.
JEFF IS A GOOD PROVIDER;
He Cannot be Beat on the Coast 1
Meals ec: Board S20 per Month.
Pmate rooms for Families orPaities. S-up-psr
Parties furnished on short notice.
OYSTERS A SPECIAJ-TY.
.leit Spends his JIoneT in Astoria,
Buys by the Wholesale ami
Pays Cash, That Settles It.
The STew Model
Restaurant Oyster House,
Is Now Opr n and Kcmly for Business
Opposite the Crystal Palace,
Where we will be Pleased to Serve our
Customers Day and Night,
At Reasonable Rates
Civo us a Call and Judgo for
BUFTAI.O, W. Y.
Organized frith a Full Stalt ot Eighteen
Experienced and SkHlfid I'hysiclaas
and Sargeocs for tho treatment
of nil Chronic Diseases.
OCR 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 at home, witli or
without seeing tho patient. Come and see U3, or
scnu ten cents in stamps for our " Invalid. 3
UiUUd uvua nui.ugiwuupui.UMi
Nervous Debility, Impo
tency. Nocturnal Losses,
and all Morbid Conditions
caused by Youthful Follies
and Pernicious Solitary
Practices are speedily and
permanently cured by our Specialists. Book,
post-paid, 10 cts. in stamps.
Rupture , or Breach radically
cured without tho knife, with
out trusses, without pain, and
without danger. Cures Guar-
axiteed. Book sent for ten cents in stamps.
PILE TUMORS and STRICTURES treated
under guarantee to cure. Book sent for tea
cents in stamps. Address. "tVoRLD's Dispessart
Medical Associatio.v, 063 Main St, BufTalo, N.Y.
The treatment of many
thousands ot cases of these
diseases peculiar to
at the Invalid's Hotel and
Sanrical Institute has af
forded large experience in adapting; remedies for
their cure, and
13 the result of this vast experience.
It is a po-xer'tii Restorative Tonic and
Nervine, imp-rt3 vigor and strength to the sys
tem, and cures, as H by magic, Leucorrhea, or
WMtes," o-C63slve flowing, painful
menstruation, unnatural suppressions,
prolapsus or falling of tne uterus,
weak back, anteversion, retroversion,
hearing down sensations, chronic con
gestion, inflammation and ulceration of
the womb, inflammation, pain and ten
derness In ovaries, internal heat, and
It promptly relieves and cures Nausea, and
Weakness or the Stomach, Indigestion,
Bloating, Nervous Prostration, and Sleep
lessness, in either ser.
nDinc m nn or srz bottles
rniut 4i.uu, for s-sg.oo.
Send ten cents in stamps for Dr. Pierce's Ianra
Treatise on Diseases of A omen, illustrated.
World's Sbpoy Medical Association,
663 Main St., BUFFALO, N. Y.
Bilious Headache, Diz
Indigestion, and Bil
ious Attacks promptly
cured by Dr. PIERO-'B
PELLETS. 25 cents a rial,
Money to Loan
ON APPROVED SECURITY. COUNTY
Orders bought. Apply at the offlce of
F. D. "WESTON.
DR. VAN MONGISOAR
i:i-2aml 134 Third Street. Portland, Oreccn
Is a regular grad
uate m medicine,
has been longer
engaged in the
of all Venereal,
Sexual and Chrou
ic L'iseases than
any other PIivm-
eian in the West,
as ci'v papers
show, and old res
idents Know. 51,
lease which he fails
to cure, coming uuueriuHreain ; oyiol
lowiug his directions. ' -
DR. VATS Ls the most successful Lung and
Throat Doctor in America. He w 111 tell you
your trouble without asking you a single
question, and warrant a perfect cure in the
lollowlng diseases :
'or-ro debility. Spermatorrhoea, semi
nal losses, sexual decay, fainting memory,
weak eyes, 'united development, loss of
energy. Impoverished blood, pimples, imped
iments to marriage, also blood and skin dis
eases, sj phllis, eruptiois, hair falling, bone
pains, swelling, sore throat, effects mercurv,
kidney and bladder troubles, weak back,
burning urine, incontinence, gonorrhoea,
gleet, stricture, etc., receives prompt relief
and cured for life.
SerToas diseases (with or without dreams .
Diseased discharges cured promptlv without
hindrance to business.
BothSexe consult confidentially. If in
trouble.cali orwrite. Delajs are dangerous.
Diseases ot tin Eye, or Ear. Ulceration or
ratarrh. Internal or external. Deafness or
Paralysis. Sieging or Roaring Noises, Thick
ened Drum, etc., permanently cured. LOST
MANHOOD, perfec lv restored.
CANCERS AND Tl'MORS permanentlv
removed without the knife or caustic.
Medicines compeu: de I and furnished to
all patients at ofhee strictly pure and vege
table. Guarantee uf permanent cures in all
cases undertaken. Consultation free and
strictly confidential. All correspondence
prom tly attended to ; medicine t cnt by ex
press to any address fret from exposure. Call
or address Private Dispensurv, Nos. 132-1'M
Third St. Portland. Or.
Terms strictly cash. Office hours R to 8.
'o. 11 Kearney street, San Francisco, Cnl.
TKK.VTS ALL ClIRO'lC,.SrECIAL AND PRI
VATE DI3KA9K3 with Wonderful
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY!
Is a certain cure for
all tne evil effects of
youthful follies and
excesses, and in
cntins liquors. Dr
'tllntlr wno is a reg
ular physician, grad-
lateot tne univer-
win agree to lorner, ssoo for a case of tills
kind tho Vital Restorative (under his spe
cial advice and treatment will not cure. SiJW
a bottle, or four times the quantity So, sent
10 any auuress on receipt oi price, or u. u. JJ.
in private name if desired, by ir. Sllntlc.
11 Kearny St.. J?an Francisco. Cnl. Send
for list of questions and pamphlet.
SAMPLE IlOTTLl FKEE
will be sett to any one applying by letter
suiting symptoms, sex and age. Strict se
crecy in regard to all business transactions.
Be they Younger OM
harlns Ixt thosa
May P.effaln Quickly
riof J-an CMaU.
The Civiale Remedies.
frv?Mh?,VI??!,,038.a.nd we-iness whether Uit
This treatment originated by PJtOF. ClA'I I i
adoptetl In every JlOspiTALln FKA3cko'ti
FREE TO ALL. J"poMpt ore cent
ZmJrJ . X1JiJ In posUpe stamps. ne
7ii i?ien. f Jo any earnest inquirer, onrsplen
did illustrated 61 pajro mel leal work, gtvinfrsj.rl
lomsoralirorms of Sex ul Disease, descrintlJa
or this treatment, prices, testimonials and news
paper endorsements, Ac.. &c
We are also scents for thn tipw nnri .t.i- .,
cure. Seir-Adlustlnj? and Glovo Fittinp Cradle
V.i . ur me uiorgugu anu radlca
"tuiuuh ourgurji oi
Consultation with full Medical Stuff, FREE.
imle Remedial Agency, 174 Fuiion SL, N. Y,
TAertiUott t.'.:t TliJ'iMiiJ cuhnot get cured of
SKiU. XL WEAKNESS, LOSS OF JLLV
IIOOO, ar.il t.'ie result of abuse, disease, or excesses.
is O'cwj lo a complication called PliOSTA TOR
HUE A. DR. LIEDIG'S IX VIG ORATOR u
the OXLVcureforPROSTATORRIIEA. Price.
gLCO per paelage, C packages, 810.00. Guide to
Health and Self-Analyst sent free. Addi ess LIE
BIG blSPEXSAR rorJvftittr of X'en,
-1..0 (fatnr St.. San Frai:cnco. Cat.
Toa aro allowed afree trial of thirty day of thi
iso of Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic Belt wltb
Slectrlo Suspensory Appliances, for the speed
ellefand permanent cure otKervoutDtbility.losk
f Vitality and Manhood, and all kindred troubles.
Uso for many other diseases. Complete restore.
.Ion to Health. Vigor and Manhood truarasteed
S'o risk ls Incurred. Illustrated p&mplettnaJ
invelope mailed free, br addressing
V0LTM0 BELT CO., Sanull,Iietl
Has Just Received a Fine Stock of
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELR1T,
S1LYER WARE, CLOCKS,
Which he offers at Bedrock Prices.
All Coods Warranted.
Mine i3 a Jewelry Store and Known as Suah.
Nicely Furnished Rooms,
XJtTYin. OR WITHOUT BOARD: AT
YV Mrs. S. T. McKean's, Cass street, three
doora south of Astortax offlce.
be found 03 file at Geo. P.
?T. .--. - fee
VHr 2 Jr jWrmEaSS&iiUtZSb.