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SATURDAY ""... .."MAi:CII 20. 188G
READY FOR SEA.
Clan Ferguson, FW Queenstoun llr 12
Lizzie Bell, BrbK Qnecn'to-n Mar IX
Potonbj, lir bkSSr. Qucon'tORn Mar if
Isle of llute 323 Queenstown Mar lfi
1 EFEt,S IX THE RI VER.
Henry Villard. Ara sp IMS Director. Br bk K79.
UavrardenCastle.Brspll01 Ampliitnte, BrsplTKS
Got, Goodwin, Am sp 14M Firth of fatronsi, Br bk
Ctcsebrouch. Am sp 1461 Cambria. Br bk
icottnh Wizard.Brbfc Gov.liller, Brpl43)
VESSELS OX TDK IV AY.
from JTorrisxi IortR, for tho
Archer. Br bk 765 Lirerpool Teb J
Alliance, Br bk P9Q Australia
Birraah, Br bk F12 Liverpool Teb :.
Dryad Brsp 1035 Newcastle Jan 15
(termunia, Ger bk 690 Liverpool Not Stt
Glenfarg. Br bk 8S New Cattle Jan M
Harvest Home. Br bk 517 Victoria
llcleoslea, Br bk Sydney Jan 23
Kissdom of Saxony, Brbk 53 llarylxww. IVIiS
Kapunda, Br sp 1093 Brisbane. 1 eb 11
MalMsate. Br bk IOCS Australia
Noddleburn, 15.- bk 1033 Liverpool
Jfith, Brbk90 Australia Yoh'u
Rydalmerc. Br bk 1U6 Mtlbourn Js 1 1
P.emonalrant, Br bk 1015 Callao
Stiriinjrs-hire. Brtp 121 Liverpool Nov 1"
Sludimar. Br bk i5 Bnebane Jan 21
Troop, Br sp 15- Panama Jan 15
I'mline, Gcr bk 9 lions Kong
ITroni American Port p.
At'ol, BrbkTMSaTJ Fodro
C. S. liurlbnrt, bk 1M6 .New York Jfov 1
Tdho Y. Starbuck, Am sp l!3I New York'Jan 3
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"Uie hours between iniuuiut and noon are
liMgiinted by a. m.). tltox- between iiihui
amiiiiidtiighi by j (i L). Oh. oftrt a denotes
mi'" night, oi. OO.i. u denotes noon.
1 lie height is reckoned from the Ieel of
s. a age lower low wat er to wlticii t he S4)iuid
ings are given on tiie Coast Survey charts.
Columbia River ExnGris.
1 To Hull per Variant!.
Wheat "3:20! bu? .?56A'::
1 T (jueenst'UVH jcr Jstnl ('atiHiuy
"Wheat 77,891 lms ?si7l
2 To (Jucturtotcii tcr Rtevulc.
Wheat 4S.179 bus. - $3;,y.u
3 To Ijcmthm er Gknhtrtt.
Flour 24.S49 bbls SS317
4 To Qi;rtnlipw ter Dunbartonshire.
Wheat 51,000 bus $1S,S0U
t To QtjfrHvtoim per ritih ( Tim-wtrh.
W heat 52,079 bus ?39,931
r.Tn QitreimiiitCHjtcr A'inruiJfHWtitY.
V heat 71,191 bus ..$51.232
S To QitcfimlnwH jicr Corhiinm.
heat 3CoO bus $42,200
10 To QttcciwioirM per Selene.
Wheat Jil.oo bus i.".7.irr
10 To Qnreutm-n ter A ngli XormaH.
Wheal 48,3li bus $3i,it
10 -To Qucciixloirn per ("Inn Fcnjumm.
Wheat 4 3,925 bus l,3il
13 To Qucenslown per Dorcnhy.
ne;it 4U,400 bus . sr.',5oo
13 To Qucciuloicn per IJzzic lidl.
Wheat tofiffi bus....... &n,mo
15 To Liverpool per Adelaide Warn.
1ourfl,9S7bbls - ),;?
SO To Quccnt-toicn prls' ' 11 '
neat 49,5SS uus .7. h9
JOHHKOPP, - - - Pro;u-if.tor.
Patronize Home Industry!
GOOD A QUALITY OF BEER
As Any in the Market,
AT AH EtKASOSTAUIiE A PIUCE.
Tlie Horlh Pacific Brewery Beer
Ie Pure and Unadulterated.
Ji gives general Satisfaction and i. Furn
ished in Quantities to Suit.
I.eavc Orders With Wai.BocK, Germama
Saloon, or Cnais. Evrxso next to Foard
Dally Deliycry In Any Part of the City.
Virginia Ciffar anfl Toljacco Store
J. VI. BGTTOEt, Proprietor,
Water Street, Two Doors East of Olney.
Fine Cigars, Tobaccos and Smokers Articles,
Sold at Lowest Market Rates.
FRUITS. CANDIES, NOTIONS.&c.
G. A. STINS0N & CO.,
41 Cspt. Rogers old stand, corner of Cass
and Court Streets.
. JJP AHd Camiery work. Horsesboelap.
Wac&s i&ade &nd repaired. Good work
Cnited St:xtes Sc:itors JnSVllSltehcIl
i'curescntath e in Congress 15. Hermann
GAAtAfnti Ar Ctnfa
,Chas. I J. Moore-
R. p. Karitan.
Assistant Sccretaiyl.3.."3. K. 1 lodgkln
State Treasurer- Ed. Hlrscll
... A. F. Wheeler
AV. IL Byars
, E.J. McCornac
..Dr. H. Carpenter
iW. P. I)rd
...-.I. 15. 'Waldo
Sun't Public Instruction.,
State Printer. ....
Clerk School Land Hoard
Sup't Insane Asylum.
fcup t Penitentiary.
DiSTKirr Judges :
1'Irst District U II. Webster
Second District itobertBean
Tliird District. U. 1. Boi.ve
Fourtli District Seneca Smith
Fiftli District F. J. Taylor
SixUi District, M. h O'.mstead
Seventii District -Geo Walking
Clatscp County Officers:
C. A jicuuire
C. J. Trenchard
W. C. Kos?
1 D. K. WaTren
......J. I. Warren
C. r. Parker
...... M. I). Wilson
.1. C. Kns
Astoria City Officers:
Mavor -J. C. Tnillmger
Auditor and Clerk .T. S. Jev.ett
rrcasurer..- J. Hustler
Street Suierintcndcnt Tlios. lu'saw
Cliier of Police. A. M. l womliley
Police Judge.... - -!:. V.Monttitli
Sexton - - . Iruit
A. A. Clccl.iiid
First Ward Imuic ISergiiiuii
Tomple LiOdso, No. 7 A. F. A. M.
REGULAll COMMUNICATIONS S
first and third Tuesdays in each XX
month, at 7 o'clock, v. M.. at thp
Hall In A-toria. Members of the order 111
good standing are invlied let ai:e id.
Bea rer Lodgre No. 35, 1. 0. 0. F.
REGULAll MEETING EV- ..j.
ery Tliursday evening :.t &&Q;
seven o'clock, at the Utdgc igs&&
room In Odd Fellows Hall. Aslo- - .
ria. Sojourning members or the order 11
good standing, cordially invited to altend.
By order N. G.
Ocean Encampment, Ko. 13, 1. O. O. F.
REGULAltMKKIINGSOF OCEAN EX
campment No. 13. I. O. O. F.. at the
1.01I-1. in iiu O.iil l'ellnws Buiiding. at
spvpii i T.I.. oil Hift second and fourtli
Mondays of eacli mouth. Sojourning itietii-
Bj order v '
Seaside L,odgjo No. 12. A. O. U. W.
EGULAU MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
IodgeNo. 12.AO. U.W. will ne lieici
111 llieir Hail over Caruauan x o.'s on
Saturday evening of eaeli week, at 7 o'clock.
Members of the order in good standing, and
visiting Brother, aie invited to attend. Li-
brarv will be open fifteen mi'.utes ue:ore
and after e.ieh meeting. By order M. .
Cusbincr TostNo. 14, G A. R.
RKGULAi: MEETINGS OF THIS POST
on the second and fourtli Tm-sdiys of
each month at 7:30 r. ji. Visiting enm-
nules(utrdial! invited. Byoul-r
Cusliiugr Relief Corps No. 3, G. A. R.
RKGULAlt MEETINGSON"! IIESECOND
and fourth Tuesdays of ach month, at
"l.v order Mns.C. BOSS.
Pacific Lodge No. 17, K. or P.
KEGULAB MEimNGS OF THIS
Iodge eveiy Fridav evening, at 70
o'clock, in tlieir Casl'.e Hal!, SojouniiHg
Knights cordially invited to attend.
K. of IL and S.
Company H, O. S. I.I
ECU LAB DBII.LS EVKBY MONDAY.
intl Wednesday evenings. Itegular
meetings the .second ami rourlli I liurstt.-.yr
of eaeli month at 7 :3J r. M
C. W. FULTON,
OEGULAB MEETINGS, SECOND AND
AH fourth Tuesday evenings of each month
at 7V5 o'clock.
as Persons desiring to have mattei's acted
upon bv theCouncn. at any regular "meet
ing must present the same to li.e Auditor
and Clerk, on or before the Fndaj evenlnj
prior to the Tuesday on which the Conner
holds BS regular meeting.
THOS. S. JEWE1T,
Auditor and Clerk.
Atoria lietntl ."it uric J
Flour per bbl 54.3
Wheat, per cental 61-30
O.its, 4- S1.J.3
Bacon, sides per lb, 1112 eL.
Shoulders, ' 10 cts.
Hams, ' 13H3) cb.
Lard, " l0(i:;VJ els.
ATulton. fi12j cLs.
Veal, 10(213 cts.
l)utter, per roll -5350 cLs.
Ess, per dozen 1420ct.
Potatoes, 150075c ?? sic
Cliease, per lb 1440 cts
Cornmeal. per lb yK cts.
Oatmeal. 4J cts.
Heans, ' I50.4K ct.
Coffee. " 1040"ct-.
Tea, " 2o90cts. .
liice, " 7(9cLs.
Syrup, per gallon 70c 6? 61.
lfonej, per gallon 51.1.3.
Salmon, per kit S4.50
Onions, per lb 2K3 cts.
Apples dried per lb G10 cts.
Peaches ' " f)13cts.
Plums, " " 1012Ket.
Candles, per lb 20 cts.
Chickens, per dozen 6t.
Ilay, per ton 0S12.
Hides, per lb 5 9 cts.
Oils, per gallon, boiled Unwed. 75c;
aw linseed, 70c; coal oil. :3c; lardSl.2.3
Eeed's Sporting House
Open Day aud Night,
The Leading House of this City.
A New Stage Managed bj
Professor Maxwell, ol r.ondou,
Who has played inall parts of the Woihl
with Great Success. .
I have also connected to mv house
A First Class Restaurant !
Run in Eastern Style.
Sr-2Cothlns but White Labor Employed
Notice to Cannerymen.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR HENDERSON &
"Withers for the sale of their charcoal
and can famish sny amount desired. Ple&se
oB and s to beforeiiurohiiBe.elsewhers.
And All Itching and Scaly Skii5
. TTfcS A .oa i1nf t
uuu acuip jLPiiiuitsca i-ui
Itching, llurning. Scaly. Plinp'y Iliiinois of
the Sk n and Scant, unii us ni jiair. an
PSOUIASIS. Eczema, TilLr. Ki iswoiin, : bemj Ins son-in-law. .SubscqtienMv
Lichen. Piuritus, Sold Head, Milk Ccur, non,Pr nrintnrA filled 'liteition
Dandruff, ISarbers'. 15akerN', (;rcers and ?","er, al ,-.ttl"ro C ?",;,.?.. .';
w."siioTO'nm.in'ipii.:iiid ten iiwtes of to the shop iYiii(lov.sot Pennsylvania
mitive v red b y CrV uV.ilVegrVatVkin jpons siiowman, i.a 1 sent lor ex.,,..,
him. nmi pctkiha j-oAi. nn rviiiNUf tion to aslnnston City a woolly
Skin Beautiller. extenially. Citicuilv llv-
soLVi:.vr. the New Blood Purifier uiteniai
lv. w lieu phsieians and all other umedies
PSORIASIS, Olt SC'AIjY &K1S.
I. John J. C:ie. D. 1). S., ha ing praet -ed
dentistry' in this county for thirty-five year-,
and being well known to thousaml". licre
abouts, with a view to help any who are af
flicted as 1 hae been for the past twelve
years, testify that the CfrirrnA Kksikdies
cured me of PaoriaMS, or Scaly skin. In eight
days, after the doctors whom I had consult
ed "gave me no help or encouragement
Nkwtox N. J. JOHN J. ( ASK. D.D.S.
15TRSI?.'2 ICItri't IOSS.
Your Cuticuilv IlKMnniKS perfoimed a
wondei ful cure hist sumnitr on one of our
customers, an old gentleman of .evenly yeai-s
of age, who suffered witha fearfully him los
ing eruption 011 his heart and face, and wlio
had tried all remedies and doctors to no pur
pose. J F. SMITH & CO.
3XOKE ffOMII ItrUL VJiT.
II. li. Carpenter, Henderson. N. V. euud
of lVoraisis or lA-prosv, of twenty j ears'
stand, liv Cimrt'KA KKMi:itn. 'I lie most
wonderfuLoure on record. A dustpsnfiU of
scjiles fell fntm linn dailv. Plivirians and
his friends thought lie must die. Cure sworn
to before a Justice of Hie Peace ai.rt Hcnd-r-sonv
most prominent elli7ens.
20O FOK .VOTZIt;
Win. Gordon. 7 Arliii'iton Ae.. Ciiaihs
towu. M:iss., writes: "Having paid about
?2S0 to first-class dortors to cure ni ltahy
without suoce-s, I tried the Ctticuka i:bi
KDiKS. wiiich coniplelely cored, alter 1 sing
Are sold bv all dni?gist. Price : Crcit i'i:..
,"4)c : I ko lvknt. St ; So A v, 23c, 1 'i epared
by the Potti:i: Duct. xnCnr3in i Co
Boston. Send ror"lI(ii 1 rtircMiiii DIsrasCh "
B TTTirYHicp ni't on aii'l skin
Lj& U Ityiismgt niciRASOAi.
fBlHE.'.reat BiKm: c
jl Disiiiaiionoi i n
llae'. ieeneiii Pli.e
ranad Fir, Mangold,
("loer BIu- ins etc .
Ira! Cnrr for the Im
m.'dlate r.'lief ami per
niHilenl cure of eer
form of Catarrh, from
a simple Cold in tlie
Head to Les of Smell.
T.ist. , and Healing. Cough and Catanhal
C iiiiiniptuiu. ConipL'te ireatH'cnt. consisi
i'gof one bott:o Badical cure, one bov Ca
tarrhal Solveut and one improved Inhnler,
in one package, iua now be had of all dntg
gistsforsi.ixi. Ask for ?.Nronn's Baui
calCckk, Complete Treatment with 1 nhaler SI
"Tneoi.ly absolute spetiSe we Know of."
-.Vol Timer. "The best we have round
in a life time of suffr-ihig." Her. Dr. Vi;
lliu, liolnn. After a long struggle with
Catarrh, the Bahicai. Ct'KK has eon
nueied." 7.Vr. S. J P. Mvnrne TxtrMmrah.
t'a. "I have Lot found a c.i-ethai it did not
iclievertt nee." Aiidri' L. Mtutehtrter,
"2 Ml'sr- GIVE CP, I cannot
bear Ibis pain, I ath atl over and
nothing I lev doesiueanj gi.od."
Ba-l: ache weakness. Iteiine
pains. Soreness. L-:ni.-aess, llaek
iii" Cough. Pleurisv and Chest
pains eun. d bv the new. ongnal and elegant
antidote to pain and iiiilamm::tio: the C'lti
cl'i:a Axti-Pai.v Pi.AhTKir. lvH.eia'.Iy
adapted to ladies by reason of its ileheite
odor and gentle ufdieiual aeturti. At Drug
gists. 25c. ; five for S1.00. Mailed Tree by
l'OTTKK Di:r AN'lt Cn kmm vi. Co . Boiton.
Proposals Tor Military .Supplies.
Headquarters Dent, of the Columbia, )
Office of Chief O'jarle.-nr.tster. v.
Vancouver Bks . W. T . Feb 25. 1SJ. )
SEALED PBOPOSLS. IN TBIPLICATK,
subject to the usual conditions, will he
received at this office oral the offices oft'ueU.
S. Qitarternirters at Hie following named
posts, until 12 o clock, noon, on Saturd iv,
March 27, ISsO". at which pi ice-sand timethtn
will be opened, in the presence of bidders,
for the furnishing and deliver; of militarv
supplies during the fic.il year commencing
July 1, lfC. and ending June 30. InS7. as fol
lows : Wood. Cliareo.il. Oats, Barley, Bran,
Hav and Straw, or Hay in lieu of Straw, or
such or said supplies as may be required at :
Portland, Oregon : Boi"-e Barracks. 1. T. ;
FoitTownsend, W.T. : FortCeurd'Ale!ie.
I. T. : Fort Spokane, W. T. : Fort Canity,
W.T.; Foit Wa'la Walla.'AV. T.: Vancouv
er Depot, W. T. : Fort Klamath. Oregon.
The Government reserves the right to reject
anv orall nronosal-. Pretercnce will be giv
en to articles of domestic production, anrt to
articles of domestic production produced on
the Pacific Coast, conditions of price and
qualitv lieing equal, to the etent of con
sumption required by the public service
then'. Blank proposals and printed circu
lars, giving full particulars as to the manner
of bidding, &c, will be furnished on appli
cation to this ollice, or the Quartermaster,
at the various posts named. Envelopes con
tnitdng tlie 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 Tor Transportation.
Hcadquaiters Dept. of tlie Columbia.
uiuceoi (.uiei ijuanennasicr.
Vancouver Bks., W. T.. Feb. 25, ISMi. 1
SALED PROPOSALS IN TRIPLICATE,
sublect to the usual conditions, will be
received at this office until 12 o'clock, noon.
on Saturday, March 27. 1SS0. at which time
and place they will be opened in the presence
of bidders, for the transportation of military
supplies on the following described routes
during the fiscal vear commencing July 1.
1SSG. and ending June 30. 1SS7.
Route No. i. Spokane Fal's. W. T., to Fort
Sitokane, W. T.
Route No. 2. Ashland. Or gou, to Fort
Route No. 3. Kuna, I. T.. to BoWc Bar
racks I. T
' Steamer Transportation.
Route No. 4. For transportation of I . s.
MiliUirj' Supplies between Astoria and Foit
Stevens, Oregon, and Fort Canny, W.T.
The Government reserves the right to re
ject any or all proposals. Blank proposals,
form of contract, and printed circulars, giv
ing full information as to the manner of tda
ding. terms of contract and payment, will be
furnished on application to this office. En
velopes containing proposals should be
marked : "Proposals for Transportation on
Route No. ."and add.ess.eu to the un
dersigned. C. A. REYNOLDS.
Lt.-Col. and Deputy Q. M. G., U. S. A ,
CONSTANTLY GET HAND
A Full Stock of
Canned Fiesh Mackerel,
Canned Fresh Codfish.
Canned Freh Finnan Haddies
Canned Roast Beef,
Canned Pig's Feet,
Atmore's Plum Pudding.
A tin ore's Mince Meat,
ATIse AitertaaeBt of Cume4 Tagst&blet, etc
The "Woolly IIor3e.
The fierv men of the Fonth charged
JJr -Benton's zeal for free California
-1-' Uw litO 1 l3'l 'l Ul 'li J-4 ill W J
chances for Senatorhip from the
contemnlated Htate, Sl Fremont
Avenue, i. T. Darhibition, the fa-
horse, said to have ben caught bv
Col. Fremont on the Gila Itiver, in
Mexico. The likeness of this "rack
of bones." with the name of the rap
tor, was prominently displayed on
the avenue near the Senate Chamber.
It was shown at twenty-five cents a
sight. Mr. "Benton believed it to be
an imposition and a disgrace to a
member of his family, and accord
ingly he paid his quarter, entered
his protest, called upon a justice of
the peace and filed an affidavit
against the keeper for obtaining
money under false pretenses. The
keepo" entered into bonds, closed
up the place and sent away the ani
mal. Ikirnum makes mention o!
this in his "History of TTnmbugs."
Ex-Fonator Tipton in Nebraska Jus
tice. 0:e Shelf Ift at thy 2.furlal.
"Your note on magnificent and
romantic mise cn scene of the late
Spanish King's obs:quus calls to
my recollection," remarks a corre
spondent, "a visit which T paid to the
Kscurial in 18153, when Isabella was
on the throne, and the little 'Prince
of the Aslurias' a punv child of (.
The Tan'eon' under itie high altar
has been described by Macaulay in
his account of the last days of the
idiot King. Charles IT. There, each
on a shelf in the octagonal grotto,
stand ranged the black marble chests
containing the embalmed bodies of
the kings. My companions and T
pointed out to the attendant verger
that there was only one shelf vacant.
'Yes,' said the man, 'and we have a
tradition thai when that is filled tlie
-kingdom will end.' The tradition is
not likely to be forgotten, and it will
be curious if it does not turn ont one
ol those prophesies which aid to their
own fulfillment." Pall Mall Ga
zette. AYIrat an i:3-elash Did.
A Washington financier, who is
well acquainted with Col. Lew Wash
ington, the teller of Lewis Johnson
& Co.'s bank, says that at the close
of business hours once he was poring
and perspiring over a long column
of figures on the balance sheet. The
sum total of the column should have
rcad$G.0P-0. Instead of that amount,
however, it showed a total of $0,990,
or $900 more than he could account
for. The vexatious mistake caused
the Colonel to scratch his head vig
orously and wonder where tlie excess
was in the agonizing column of fig
ures. While going oyer the column
carefully for the twentieth time he
discovered the error, and it was one
that would "hardly occur once in a
thousand years. One of the Colonel's
eyelashes had fallen on the balance
sliect and adheied to the frst 0 in the
line of figures $1,000. Philadelphia
The historian doesn't know where
this story had its actual origin, but
it was "told for true" on a recent
voyage to enliven the cempany: A
gentleman who had indulged quite
too freely, and hadn't had the discov
ery made for him in season to get a
carriage, was helped home by a
very good Samaritan, lie was very
grateful in an exhilarated way, and
asked his benefator's name.
"Mv name".'" said the gentleman.
"Oh, I'm St. Paul."
The inebriate steadied himself by
a final effort, and looked dreamily
at his departing friend.
"I shay !" said he, "Str Paul ! Did
you ever get an anshcr to that long
letter you wrote the Kphesians?"
The athleticism of these time3 i.s
not always conducive to the smooth
running bf the houchold.
"T ninst hurry home," said Mrs.
DelVyster to Mrs. DeJoghns, the
otherinoniing. "Reginald has been
riding his bicycle again."
"Jnd v !, ami did he break a rec
' h, no, but he broke hi other
ie.'. lit has. onlv one whole limb
an l thai is trie uiKiuie uug r or.
t nand." f Hartford Post.
Cure For lHrs.
I'iXcsare frequently preceded by a
sense of weight in the back, loins and
lower part of the abdomen, causing the
patient to suppose he has sonic 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 disagreeable
itching, after getting warm, is a com
mon attendant. Klind. Ulecding and
Itching Piles yield at once to the appli
cation of Dr. l'osnnko's- Pile remedy,
which acts directly upon the parts cf
fected, absorbing the Tumors, allaying
th e intense itch mg,and effecting a per
manent cure. Price CO cents. Address
The Dr. IJosanko Medicine Co.. Piqua,
O. Sold by J. W. Conn.
YOUKG 3IKX!-KI-:AI THIS.
The Voltaic Belt Co.. of Marshall.
Mich., offer to send their celebrated Elec-
tuo-v oltaic ijelt anu oilier llectbic
ArrLiA:;cns oa trial for thirty days, to
men (voung or old) afflicted with nervous
debility, loss of vitality and manhood, and
all kindred troubles. Also for rheumatism,
neuralgia, paralysis, and many other dis
eases. Complete restoration to health, vigor
and manhood guaranteed. Ko risk is in
curred as thirty days trial Is allowed. Write
tliem at once for illustrated pampnlet free
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c,
I will send a recipe that will cure yon.
FREE OF CHARGE. Tills great remedy
was discovered by a missionary In South
America. Send a self-addressed envelope to
the Rev. Joseph T. J-man, Station D,
Kern York City.
Hiaco Steai lYiptii Co
FROM ASTORIA "JO
Ft. Stevens. Ft. Canhy arid llvaco.
Connecting by stages and steamboats Tor
Oystarvilie. fdontesano and Olympia
Will leave Astoria daily (Sundavs excepted
Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canby and Ilwaco,
at 3 A. M
V."ith(t.sterv:ile Malls and Express daily,
Through Wails to points btynri, and
dlontesnne. W . T on
Mondays. "Wednesdays and Fridays.
On Thursdays t:.- "Miles'' will make
two round trvpa bMVitn? Astoria on sec
ond trip 'about :; e. v. :; hoiii after arrv:.l
fnm first trip. .
Fare to Uwaco.
P.issengcis vvl'i s:,..c ascen sb purchas
ing tickets before going op board.
Uwaco Freight pc-r'Ton. - $2.00
J3?F.r Ticket-.. Tovvstjte it Charter ap
ply at !. ofiice tit the eonipnnv, Gray's
wharf, foot o Ben'on suvct.
,1. Si. D.GRAY,
& M. CO.
And Way Landings.
'I he Steamer of the O. R. 5: N. Co.. e:r
rvuuj the I .s. m lib. leave the Compaiiv's
Dk i- viv ii.v. riuiilMV eeeptej. at ft
This tsiheiMrty daily lh: and the only
line running all the year round.
'ihe obly line of Steamship, to San Ur.ui-
five da; ".
!'.ie Coinp:iiv Peck evviy
Begiilar Line of
Tew Soats and Sarges,
For Tow age at.d lighterage.
Inquire at Uoiiipativ'
DiR.kor at Citv Of-
E. A. NO YES.
iiicisco aid Asion
Freight ; Running
Twelve Da vs.
every ien or
W ! ! mi ' erth ill S.;ii Fianceo i.n
From S. F. to Astoria.
l " Portland.
Astoria to S. F.
S. H. HARMON,
RtJ Stuait St. r-an Francise ..Cal.
ri.VTSOPMILLCO.. Astoria. Or.
OVSflL flKD TO CALIFORWli
Oregon & California S.E.
fare l au t'raii. S:VJ: to ."iirrj.incnlo $'M
Cloe connections made at Ashl.aid with
stages of the California. Oregon .t Idaho
I It V I LV EXCKl'T SUXltA'i s,i
KKTr.KS J'O'.tTfclM ASH Asfi
LBAVi: I . ARRIVE
PorlUml 7:3 A 31 Alitnd... .4 1
Ashlcmi .. .. T:1V 1' SI 1 Portland Ai.
i A M
ttbaiiy Express Train.
I K.VVK I AHK1VK
Pcrtl-nd 40 P M Lslaon !:5i V M
Lebanon 4;i5 A M 1 Portland 10.-0. A M
Pullman Palace sleeping Cars daily be
tween Albanv and Ashland.
'1 he O. & C. R. R. Ferry makes ce: neetiou
vvuti an regular trams on tin iw mo jiiv.
from fHt of F street
West S 'tie Division.
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND I'ORVILLIS.
Port'and U: A M Corrstlis 4JJP M
Corrallis s: , s Portland 3SUPM
Ex nre-s Train
LLAVU I - AHRIVL-
Portland.... SSO P 31 1 .Mc5Iinnvilie....S:l0 P 11
McMinnnl;e.J:I5A JI J Portland .350 Ail
Local tickets for sale and baggage checked
at company's up-town office, cor. Stark and
cconu streets. Tickets for principal points
in California can only be procured and bag
gage checked, at company's office.
Corner Kami Frout Sts., Portland Or.
Freight wi; I not be rcccivea for .shipment
after live o'clock r. M. en either the East or
West Side Dlv isioic.
R. KOEII LER. U. P. ROGERS.
Manager. U. F. & Pass. A gt.
GERMflfflA BEER HALL
fiorteii Pacific Brewery
Fiv8 Cents a Glass.
CNo inferior Beer sold at thi3 place.
O. R. & N. CO.
Tickets to Portland and Kctnru
For $2 50.
Good on any of the Company's boats
E, Lemon & Go.,
Stevedores and Riggers,
PORTLAND and ASTORIA.
Portland Office No. ic North Front St
HOTELS AND HESTAUHANTS
W3I. A8-T.EX. 5rir.
Free Condi to tlie IIoj:.
St. Gliaiies Hotel,
C. W. KNOWLES - - - - Proprietor
Fikst Class ix Evkkv Rfspfct,
Good Restaurant Connected with tiiellnu-e
Fire-proof Brick Building. 180 Room.
In the Center of the Oity.
Cor. Front and Morrison St.-.. Portland. Or
Tlie TTnited States
On Maui street is now open, and !
AT 0rvT05 TAKES THE LEAD.
Invnj Pailicuiarit isthi
Finest fitted up and best in the City.
JEFF IS A GOOD PROVIDER;
He Cannot be Beat on the Coast!
31cals Sac; Board $20 per Jloiith
Private rooms for Families orl'aitics. Mip
per P;irt:es fur.iished onsliort notie
OYSTERS A SPECIAIiTiT.
.TelT Spends his .Money in Astoria,
Buys by the Wholesale and
Pays Cash, That Settles It.
Restaurant f Oyster House,
Is Now Ojieu and Rcai.j fur Business
Opposite the Crystal Palace.
Where we will be Pleased to !-i rve o".r
Customers Day and Night,
At Reasonable Bates.
Cive us a Call and Judge
ficm a commen Blotcll.or Eruption, to the
worst Scrofula. Salt-Khetua, "Fever
Soras," Scaly or Rouen Skin, in short, all
diseasra caused by bad blood are conquered bv
this pov.crful, purifyingvand invigorating medi
cine. Great Eating ulcers rapidly heal un
der its benign influence. Especially has it mani
fested its potency in curing Tetter, Rcce Rash,
Boils, Carbuncles, Sore Eyes. Scrofulous
Sores and. Swellings, Hip-Joint Disease,
"VvHito EweUlngs, Goitre, or Tnick Neck,
and Enlarged. Glanas. Send ten cents in
stamps for c largo treatise, with colored platca.
on Skin Diseases, or the same amount for a treatis j
on Scrofulous Alfections.
"THE BLOOD IS THE Z,ITE."
Thoroughly cleanse it by usinjr Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery, and good dl
gsstiop, a fair skin, buoyant spirits,
vital strength, and soundness of con
stitution, will be established.
which is Scrofulous Disease of tha LungH,
is promptly and certainly arrested arid cured by
thl God-given remedy, if taken before the last
stages of the disease are reached. From it3 won
derful powtr over this terribly fatal disease, w hen
first offering this now celebrated remedy to the
public, Dr. Pieiice thought seriously cf calling it
his "Consumption Cure," but abandoned
tliatnamo as too limited for a medicine which,
from its wonderful combination of tcnic, or
Strengthening alterative, or blood-cleansing; aati.
Liliou3, pectorial, and nutritive propcrtie, ir
unequaled, not only as a- remedy for consumptioa
cfthe lungs, but for all
If you feci doll, drowsy, debilitated, have sal
low color of skin, or yellowishJrown spots on
face or body, frequent headache or dizziness, bad
ttasto in the mouth, internal heat or chills, alter
nating with hot flashes, low spirits and gloomy
forebodings, irresular appctite.and coated tongue,
you are suffering from indigestion, Dyspep
sia, and Torpid Liver, or " Biliousness."
In many cases only part of these symptoms are
experienced. As a remedy for all such cases,
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
has no equaL
For weak. Lungs, Spitting of Blood,
Shortness of Breath, Bronchitis, Severe
Coughs, Consumption and kindred affccticn3,
It3i3 a sovereign remedy.
Send ten cents in stamps for Dr. Pierce's book
on Consumption, Sold by Druggists,
World's BkpBsirj Medical kmtiiik,
Proprietors, C63 Slain St., Buffalo, N. Y.
' - i 4
te a A LsU t3 e
ANTI-BILIOUS, and CATHARTIC,
Sold hy Druggist3. 25 cents a viaL
Is offered by tho proprietors of
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
tor a case of Catarrh which they
Ii yoa have a discharge from
the nose, offensive or other
wise, nartial loss of smell, taste
cr hearing, weak eyes, dull pain or pressure in
the head, you have Catarrh. Thousands of cases
tcrminato in consumption.
Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedy cures tho worst
eases of Catarrh, "Cold in the Head," and
Catarrhal Headache, so cents.
Money to Loan
ON APPROVED SECURITY. COUNTY
Orders bought. Apply at the office of
F. D. "WINTON.
CUBES ML EUfflfiRS,
jsHp m H
DR. VAN MONGISGAR
IS2and IS I Third Street. Portlan.'. Ojcsmj
Is a regular grad
uate m medicine,
has been longer
engaged in the
i all Yenertal.
Sexual and Chron
ic 1 iseases than
an . other l'hv i
eian in tii. West.
l ei'v napets
how, aud o!l res
idents know. Sl.-
000 reward forany
fcyAVfsyrase which ne tails
to cure.cemuigumleritis treatment ; uyrol
DR. YAN is tlie most suctvasful Lung and
Throat Doctor in America He will tell you
vonr trouble without asking you a single
quest ion, and warrant a perfect cure in the
lollowing di-easc- -
Nervous debthtv. Spermatorrhoea, semi
nal losses. spiud deaj'. fainting memory,
weak eves, stunted development, loss of
energy, impoverished blond, pimples, imped
iment's to maniage. also blocd and skin dis
eases, syphilis, eruptiors, hair falling, bene
pains, swelling, sore throat, effects niercun.
Kidney and bladder troubles, weak back,
burning urine, incontinence, gonorrhoea,
gleet, stricture, etc., receives prompt relief
andciired for life.
XerTons diseases (with or without dreams .
Diseased discharges cured promptly without
lsindrar.ee to business.
Both Sexes consult confidentially. If in
trouble.calt or write. Delay saredanpercus.
Diseases of th Eye, or Ear. Ulceration or
Catarrh, internal or external. Deafness or
Paralysis. Sieging or uoarmg noises, iiuck
encd Drum, etc., permanently cured. LOST
MANHOOD, peifec lv restored.
CANCERS AND TUMORS rermaiientlv
removed without the knife or caustic.
Medicines compmir del and furnished to
all patients at office strictly pure and vege
table. Guarantee of prrmanent cures in all
cases I'lidertaVen. Consultation free and
strictlv confidential. All correspondence
pronutly attended to ; medicine ent by ex
press tatiyadlres tree ft em exposure." Call
or addr'ss Private Dispensary, Nos. 1.12-1 u
Third St. Portland. Or.
Terms -trictlv c:t-h. Office hours s to 8.
EPS.. 'B3:XjJsrS?XS3 .
1 1 Kearney street, San Francisco, Cal.
Ti:f vts ai l Cnnoxic, Special axd Pni-
VTr Dl-sFASrS-WlTU WOXDE15FCL
TE GBEAT EpJClTsH REMEDY!
Is a certain cure for
all tne evil effects ol
youthful follies and
excesses, and 111
rntlns liquors. I)r
laieoi me nuver
..ty of PeiiiLsylvanta
will agree to iorllet ?oo for a etise of this
kind the Vital Restorative (under his spe
cial adv ice and treatment) will not cure. Si.50
a bottle, or four times the quantity S3, sent
to any address on receipt ot price, or C. O. D.
in private name if desired, by bv. .IHnlie,
13 Kearny SI.. San Francisco, 'al. Send
for list of questions and pamphlet.
S.Vltl'lX KSTTLE FItKK
Will be ser t to any one applying by letter
stating symptoms, sex and age. Strict se
crecy 111 regard to all business transactions.
Bo they Vonn or Cla
liavins Lot tlios j
May Regain Quickly
The Civiale Remedi-s.
rorii. or S. r unal los an J weakness whetlje- ii ,
to Vouthful Folly, Aba-e. or Natural ruilj
Tlii treatiiunt oricinated by I'KOK. CIV I a J :
adopt ea In ecry lKI-PITALtn FKA.VCl a " 1
iin.iiialiiuaiy (riilowil by the Medical Fronts, ,
is I.A.ILA AIM'LII 1, 1A1M.1S. Ol l( 1
S"!'011 LASTIM; IN ITS KESLLlV
FREE TO A.LL. Fpo,retelJtof '"
of tbls treatment, pi ices, testlinoiilals end nu
uuTiSuuo'r3 thoroua radfealcurl1!
Cun'tiltatlon ttIIIi Tull Slcdtenl StarT, FREE.
t.'H!e Remedial Agency, 174 Fulton St, H. Y,
. t, ,0! nc r.tfr I rf
SI ili.S U. ll;iiV.VA-.S.V, .$ OF Jl.V
ll'tnlt. iiu-lthe rfml u itlfise.ilis'cse orexcenf.
Kf.irmij ,., u comtltrtttKt.i caUeil 1'KOSTA TO.
7.7' 1. lUi. LI EMC S JXrGORATOR 15
1he (:!. YcrefnlltOST. TORRIEA. 1'rirr.
2.1 ir jutrlaye, G jmclwjix, SIO.OO. On, U t
lh..!-h ui.t( Mf-Amtfytt tent free. AM rest ..'"
V (7erz St.. .SVo ' 1 ci7. fit'.
You aro allowed a free trial of thirty days of th(
isc ot Dr. Dye'3 Celebrated Voltaic Belt wltt
ilectrlc Suspensory Appliances, for the speed
ellef and permanent euro of Sercous Debilitu.lcsi
if Vitality and Manhood, and all kindred trouble
Uso for many otber diseases. Complete restora
Ion to Health. Vigor and Manhood guaranteed.
s'o risk Is Incurred. Illustrated pamphlet instate
envelope mailed free, bv addressing
V0ITAI0 BELT CO., Marshall, Mch
Has Just Received a Fine Stock of
SILVER WARE, CLOCKS,
Which he offers at Bedrock Prices.
AH Coods Warranted.
Mine is a Jewelry Store and Know n as S112I1.
Nicely Furnished Rooms,
riTII OR "WITHOUT EOARD: AT
V Mis. S. T. McKean's, Cass street, three
doors south of 'As roniAif ofllcc.
contracts may tjtfmadeforlt IX NEW YOKI