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"WEDNESDAY MA11CJI 24. 18SG
PORT OF ASTORIA
READY FOR SUA.
Ctfcu Ferguson, fW) Quesnstown liar 12
lAaie Bell, Br bk Qucenstowa Marl.:
Porcnby. Br bk 833 Qnccnstown Jlsr 'Z
Lie of Bate 923 QuoenBtovro Mar 1C
i essxj,s jx tii Ji ri van.
Maury Vlllard. Ara p 1553 Director. Br bk G7&.
HAWarderiCiSt!e.r-pU01 Ainphltritc, Brspl.W
Got. Goodwin, Ara sp 1414 Kirth of istrocs, Ur bk
Onosebroach. AinspHul Cambria, Br bt
Scottish Vrirard.tlr bk Gor.liiler. Br epl
VESSELS OX TRB WAs.
1'rosi Fordsu 1-orts, for tin
Archer. Br bk 7G5 Liverpool Feb 4
Alliance, Br bk 50 Australia
Blraah, Br bk E12 Liverpool Teb ;
Dryad Brsp 1035 Newcastle Jan 13
Uennania, Ger bk E2G Livorpool Nov '
Went are, Br bk S3J No-- Oastle J an K
Harvest Ilonie. BrbliS'T Yiotorir.
Heleuslca, Br bk Sydney Jan 23
Klnjcdora of Saxony, Br bk JS3 "Harjrfr. leb 2
Kapunda, Br sp 1035 Brisbane, Fob 1 1
Mallsz&te, Br bk 103 Australia
Noddlebarn. Brbk IMS Liverpool
Kith. Brbk 550 Australia Feb 27
Rydalmerc, Br bk!24G Melbourne Jn 54
Beruonstracl, Br bk 1013 Callso
Stirlingshire. Br sp 1221 Liverpool J"or 'ft
Sbalisiar, Br bk 53 Erisbano Jan V.
Troop, Br fp 1." J Panama Jan 12
I'ciliao. Ger bk 9G6 lions irons
Jrora American Port.
Ateel. Brbk 795 Saa Pedro
O. S. Hurlbart. bk 103C Sew York Nov W
Tillio E Starbuck. Am sp USl Now TorlCJan 3
Win, U. Bosse. Am bk KG; Now York Feb 18
TIiK TALK yOK ASTOKIA.
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The hours 'oeuveeii uu-1 ! ;nt and noon me
designated by u (. ;j.)t riiostf lidweea noui.
aud inldnllit by p (p. m ;. tA. w.n a deuoic
niidnlcht, oA. 09n. ti dehotos ho'ii.
Tne height Is reckoned from uie level of
average lower low waters:) tvhjphtliesomid
Idks are Riven on the Coast Sur-ev eharts.
Columbia River Exports.
i-2'o Bullptr Yarkcnd.
Whe&l 75.223 bui .tw.03;
1 To Queenstoicn per Lord Canning.
Wheat 77,891 bus Si.i7i
2 To Quecntloivn per nyevale.
Vbeat4S.479 bus Ss?;.
8 To London per GUnlora.
Flour 24.P49 bbls .. .93 17
4 To Queemtown per Dunbartonshire.
"Wheat 54,000 bus S.SOO
fl To Qucetvtoicn ptr Firth of Dornoch.
Wheat 62,079 bus ; 39,931
ft To Queaittoiniper Ktttcardinshtrc.
Wheat 71.191 bus. 5tjJ22
&To Quecnslswti per Cochrina.
Wheat 6G.200 ous ..42k)
10 To Queenstoicn per StJenr.
Wheat 51,003 bus 37,r5
10 To Qnccnstown per Anglo Xnrman.
Wheat 43,318 bus 531,169
10 To Queenstoicn jicr Clan Ferguson.
Wheat 45.V25 bus .34.M1
13 To Queenstoini per Doncnby.
Wheat 40,400 bus 5S5.".oo
13 To Queenstoicn per Lizzie BdL
Wheat 56,907 bus fil.MO
15 To Liverpool per Adelaide llary.
Flour 9,9'J7 bbis isa.ses
16 To Queenstoicn per I-k . hvie.
Wheat 49.8S8 bus .,; mj
JOHN KOPP. Proprietor.
Patronize Home Industry!
We supply :b
GOOD A QUALITY OF BEER
As Any in the Market,
AT AH IJEASOXARIiK A S it I I'll.
The M Pacific Brewery Beer
Is Pure and Unadulterated.
It gives general Satisfaction and Is Furn
L,bea la Quantities to Suit.
Leave Ordprs With War. Bock, German in
Saloon, or Chkis. Evensox, next to Foard
Daily Dolivery in Any Part of the Gity.
YireiniaCIffar and Tobacco Store
J. W. BOTTOM, Proprietor,
Water Street, Two Doors East of OIney.
Flse CIsare, Tobaccos sad Smokers Articles,
Sold at Lowest Market Rates.
PRUITS. CANDIES, NOTIONS.&C
G. A. STINSON & CO.,
U C&pt. jRogers old stand, corner of Cass
and Court Street.
jmp ui C
Jfcip u Oasnerr work. Horseshoelntr.
ana repaired. uoQ wen:
United Slates Senators j J'lSlfiltclicll
Representative In Congress 15. Hermann
Governor...... Z. F. Moody
(lovenior's Secrctarv Cluis. U. Mooies
Secietary of State It. I. Ejirhart
Assistant Secretary... V. E. Ilodgkln
State Treasurer- .. .... Ed. Hirsch
Assistant Treasurer A. F. heeler
Sun't Public Instruction E. 15. McElroy
Slate Printer. W. H. Dyars
cieiK school Land Board E. V. McCornac
Sup't Insane A&ylum Dr. H. Carpenter
Suji't Penitentlan- Geo. Collins
IW. P. I)rd
Sui)rem" .Tudcps 4.1. 15. Waldo
District Judges :
L. 1L Webster
K. P. Bolsie
M. L Olmstead
CJatscp County Officers:
Judxe-u. C. A. McGuIre
Clerkilf. C. J. Trenchard
Sheriff.. W. G. Boss
Commissioners -j gdKU
Assessor. . J. F. Warresi
Treasurer... Isaac Bergman
Sur-evor u. i-. rarKcr
School Sup'r M. I). Wilson
Coroner. J. C. Ko
Astoria City Officers:
Mavor J. C Truliinger
Auditor aud Clerk T. S. Jewell
Treasurer I. G. Hustler
Street Superintendent Thos. Ix)jran
Chier of Police A. M. Tvombley
Police Judge J!. V. Mmt-iih
Sexton A. Ermi
I A. A. lev eland
Firt W:ml -5 1iac Brrgmnu
( I". Micmiaii
( Chas. Gnitk
! O. Sovey
Temple Lodge, No. 7A.F.A, LI
first and third Tuesdays in eacli
month, at 7i; o'clock. i M.. at the
Hall in Astonx Members or th. older in
good standing are invited to atie:d..
By order of the V. M.
Bea .-er Lodge No. 35. 1. O. O. F.
REGULAR MEETING EV-
ery Thursday evening :t?-
seven o'clock, at the Lo.!p,e:.SrJj?'
room in Odd Fellows Hal!. Asto- rf'r
ria. Sojourning members f tiie oi-der i.
good standing, conlialiy invited to al tend.
By onh-r J X. G.
Ocean I5ucampra8t, No. 10. 1. O. O. F.
REGULAR MF.EFINGS OF OCEAN En
campment No. 13. I. O. O. F., at the
liOdgc, In the Odd Fellows Building, al
seven i. zu, n tiie beeond and fourlh
Mondays of each mouth. Snjoui ning breth
ren cordially invitel.
By order CV P.
Seaside Lodge No. 12. A. O. U. W.
I5LGULAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
il Utdz No. 12, A O. U. W. x ill be held
in ilie.r Hall over Carnahan & Co.'s on
Saturday evening of eacli week, at 7 o'clock.
Membeis of the order in good standing, and
.;s:i't3iir Ilrolheis are invited to attend. Li
brary will be open Ufteen minutes before
ana alter eaeu meeting, lsvortir-r jm. .
C. BROWN, Kec
Cusliins T ost No. 14, G. A it.
-OEfiULAU MEETINGS OF THIS POST
At on the second and fourth 1 iicsjjjys of
each niuitth at 7i!0 v. 31. Visiting v ;n-
rodes rttnitHlly rnvlletl. By orcJrr
Cushiag Relief Corps No. 3, a. A. R
KEG TLAR M EE7INGS ON TI I E SECOX l
and fourth Tuesdays of each month, at
" ' f ord. r mm. C. BOSS.
Paciflc Lodgo No. 17, K. of P.
EEGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS
Lodge everv Friday evenlnir, at 7 :C0
o'clock, in their Castio Hall, Sojourning
KnigSits cordially invited to attend.
W. A. SHERMAN,
IC of R. and S.
Company H, O. S. M
REGULAR DRILLS EVERY .MONDAY.
it and Wednesday evenings. Regular
nicelingstlie second and fourth T!misday
of eaU month at 7 :3J f. if
C. W. PULTON,
REGULAR MEimNGS. SECOND AND
fourtli Tuesday evenings of rneh mouth
at 7yt o'clock.
rtirpersonsdesliingto have matter aoic-d
upon by the Council, at any regular meet
ing must present the .same to the Auditor
and Clerk, on or before the Friday eemng
prior to the Tuesday on which tiie Council
liolds Its regular meeting.
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria Jtctail 3Sarlret.
Flour per bbl H2Z
Wheat, per rental Sl.50
Bacon, shies per lb, 11012 ca.
Shoulders, 10 cts.
llanis, " 10lCKeis.
Lard, 4 iniToia ci..
Mutton, S12K els.
Pork, lQ&V2i4 cts.
Veal, 1013 els.
JJtiltcr, per roll I3r0 cts.
Ejjcs, per dozen 1420cts.
Potatoes, G075c i sk
Cheese, per H 1040 cts
Connneal, jier lb 3f cts.
Oatmeal. 4 cts.
Ueans, " 43 el.
Coffee. ' 104Uck.
Tea, " 2590cts.
Itice, " 7 a 9 cts.
ijujjar, " G8cLs.
Onions, per lit 14Gt cts..
Apples dried per lb G10 els.
Peaches ' " 9incLs.
Plums, ' " lo12Kcls.
Candles, per fc 20 cts.
Chickens, per dozen SO,
Has', per ton 9S12.
Hides, per lb 5 9 cts.
Oils, per gallon, boiled linseed. 75c;
raw linseed, 70c; coal oil. .Tic; Iard1.25
Eeed's Sporting House
Open Day and Night,
The Leading House of this City.
A New Stage Managed by
Professor Klaxircl!, of X.omlon.
AVlio has played iuall parts of the World
with Great Success.
I have also connected to my hoase.
A First Class Restaurant !
Run ia Eastern Style.
-Nothing but Wldte Labor Employed.
A FINE BUSINESS OFFICE. CENTRAL
ly located. Apply at this Oflice.
And All Itching and Scaly Skia'
and Scalp Diseases Cured ;
PSORLVSIS. Eczema. Teller. Btugwoiiii,
Lichen. Pruritus, Scnlil Hei'il.Mllk Cnisr.
Daimnill, j,ariKTs iiaKers', urocers , r.i:u
V:isherwonian's Itcli, and ever' species of
Itching, Burning. Scaly. Pimply Humors of
tiie Skin and Scalp, with lov of Hair, are
positively cured by CiTiniA. the grrat Skin
Cure, anil Cctiiuka Soav. an exquisite
Skin Ecautlfier. externally, CTticuua Be
soi.vnxT. tlic New Illooii Puriiit-r itoiT.al
lv. wiien ph-iriansaaii all orber remedies
PSORIASIS, OK Sl"!AIiY SKIX.
I, John J. C:ise. D. D. S.. having practised
dentistry in this county for thirty-five veais
and being well known to thousands here
abouts, witli a view to help any who are af
flicted as 1 have been for the past twelve
years, testify that theCiiricuKA Remedies
cuied me of Psoriasis, or Scaly skin. In eight
days, after the doctors whom I had consult
ed gave me no he'.p or encouragement.
NEWTOX N.J. JOHNJ.C.ASE.D.D.R.
IISTKESI3T JKItUI-1 lOXfi.
Your Cuticuua Besiedies pcrfoimed n
wonderful euro last summt r on one of our
customers, an old gentleman of seven! yj ears
of age, who suffered witha fearfully distrcs
ing eruption on Ills head and face, and wlio
had tried all remedies and doctors to no pur
pose. J. F. S M ITI I & C( ).
AtOUE WOSDS'RFl'Ii VKT.
I L F. Carpenter, Henderson. N. V. cured
of P.sorabls or leprosy, of twenty jean
stand, by Citicl'ra Kemvmks. The mos
wonderful cure on record. A dunpanfu rf
scales fell from him daily. Phy-icisns anil
his friends thought lie must die. Cure -worn
to before a Justice of the Peace :u d Heiuler
mmi's most prominent citizens.
S200 FOR STOTHIXM
Win. Gordon. t7 Arlinslou Ave., niails
town, Mass., vTites: "I lining paid at out
Sao to first-class doctors to cure mj baby
without -usee's, I tried the CctUURa rem
edies, which completely cured, alter using
Are sold by all dnicgLsts. Price : CtTUfitA.
.7)?: Resolvent. $l; Soai'.Kc. Prepaied
by the Petti'i: Drcc AxnCiiKMic-'.i.Co..
end for-Ilow U- CuroMn IlNcncs
tJl? . TTTLFYtliec-mpVx'onani
XJlliik U by using CiTicnt.vSoA
faHC Great Balsamic
JL DiMiIationol WiUJi
Haze'. Amerirni Pine
Canada Pir. Mangold.
Clover Bloosc ins. etc .
c.'Pedrtnu font's Rad
ical Cure, for the im
mediate relief aud per
manent cure of every
ft.pn f Catarrh, from
a Minple Cold in the
Head to Loss of Smell.
Taste, and Hearing. Cough and Catarrhal
G ntiimptioii. Complete treatment. consit
i g of one bolPe Radical cure, one box Ca
tai rhal Soh ent and one improved Inhaler,
in one package, nmv now be had of all drug
gists forSLOo. Ask for Sanwrd's Radi
r.i.Cini:. Complete Treatment with inhalerSI
"Tiie only absolute specific we knew of."
Mid. 'Tluiti. "The bet we have found
in a life time of suffering." Jfcr. Dr. WUj
gin, Iloftim. "After a lone straggle with
Catarrh, the Radical Cirk has con
ouered." Ilcv S. II". Jf unror Lfiriihiirgh.
t'a. "I have not found a ease that It did not
relieve at once." jtndrcu1 Lr. 3anctirter,
"I MUST GIVE VI'. I rannot
bear this pain, I aeli. all over aud
nothing 1 try does me any good."
Klv Back ache weaunt-vs. uterine
'1' ii:iiii. Snreiir-.ss. L:iiiiiipss. Haek-
iiK Contili. Pleurisx and Chest
pains cured Iiv the new, original ami elegant
antidote to pain aud iufianunatiouthc Ctrri
riitA Axti-Pain Plaster. EjH'cially
adapted to ladio bv reason of its delicate
odor and gentle medicinal action. At Drug
gists. 2.c : five for Sl.OO. Mailed free by
Potter Druo axd Ch km i cai. Co.. Boston.
Proposals for Milltarj Supplies.
Ileadqiiarters Wept, of the Columbia, )
Olllce or Chief Quartermaster. J-
Vancouver Bks.. W. T . Feb 25. 18SC. 1
&t HALED PROPOSAL. IN TRIPLICATE.
) .subject to tiie usual conditions, will be
received a; this office orat the offices of the U.
S. Quartermasters at the following mined
posLs, until XX o clock, noon, on s-aturdav,
March 27, 1SS0. at which pi ices aud lime they
will be opened, in the presence of bidders,
for the furnishing and delivery or military
supplies during the fiscal year commencing
July I, 18jC and eudim: June :-.0. lfi7, as fol fel fol
eows: Wood. Charcoal. Oats, Barley, Bran,
Har and Straw, or Hay in lieu of Straw, or
such of said .supplies as may be required at :
Portland, Oregon ; Boise Barracks, 1. T. ;
Fort Townsend. W. T. ; Port Cteur d'Alene,
I. T. : Fort Spokane, W. T. ; Fort Canny,
W. T. : Fort W 'alia Walla.i . T. ; Vancouv
er Depot. W. T. : Fort Klamath, Oregon.
Tiie Government leserve.s tiie right t.) reject
any orall proposals-. Frefei iiice will be fii v
en to articles of domestic production, and to
articles of domestic production produced on
tiie Pacific Coast, conditions .of price and
quality being equal, to the extent of 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 the various posts named. Envelopes con
taining the proposals should be marked :
"Proposals for at ." ami addressed
to the undersigned, or the respective Post
Lt.-Col. aud DepL Q. M. G., U. S. A.,
Proposals for Transportation.
Headquarters Dept. of the Columbia, i
Office of Chief Quartermaster.
Vancouver Bks., W. T.. Feb. 25. 18SG. J
SEALED PROPOSALS IN TRIPLICATE,
subject to the usual conditions, will be
received at this office until 12 o'clock, noon,
on Saturday, March 27. 1SSC. 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 flcal year commencing July 1.
1SS5. and ending June 30, 18S7.
Route No. i. Spokane Falls. W.T., to Fort
Spokane, W. T.
Route No. 2. Ashland, Orogon. to Fort
RoutoNo.3. Kuna, I. T., to Boise 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, civ
ine full information as to the manner of bla
ding, terms of contract and pavmenr, will be
furnished on application to this office, En
vcloic3 containing proposals should be
marked : "Proposals for Transportation on
Route No. ," aud addressed to the un
dersigned. 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 Codfish,
Canned Fresh Finnan 1 laddies.
Canned Koast Beef,
Canned PIr's Feet,
Atraore's Plum Pudding,
Atmore's Minco Meat,
A Fix Asierlment of CaaaeS Vegetable!, etc
The Battles of the Pead.
It is midnight in the brick farm
house at Chancellorsville the new
building on the site of the one
partially destroyed when Hooker
marched his troop3 into the wilder
ness to set in Uie rear of Lee. at
Fredericksburg. Iu the j'ard are
the rotting wheels of gun-carriages;
in the south wall area dozen cannon
ball firmly imbedded; half a mile
below is the stone marking the spot
where Stonewall Jackson received
his mortal wound ; here is the same
dark forest which sheltered friend
" Are vou asleep? "
The last stroke of 12 bad scarcely
died away when the farmer opened
ray bedroom door to ask the question.
"Then mav bevou'd like to see
"The battle of Chancellorsville.
The Federal troops are now in sight
on the Ely's Ford road."
I hastily dres&ed and passed out
into the yard with him. I noticed
that he lfad on a Confederate uni
form, dusty and woin. I looked at
my own garments ; they were blue,
lie pointed his finger down the road,
and I saw through the mist of the
summer night a gi eat army approach
ing. There was cavalry, infantry
and artillery there were" flags and
banners and ambulances. In two
minutes more the head of the column,
had reached the Chancellorsville
plank road. Some turned to the
right, some to the left, some plunged
into the gloomy pine thickets be
yond. "But I hear no noise not the
foot-step of a horse nor the clank of
a saber," I protested.
"Hush! 'Tis a battle of the
dead ! The spirits of the thousands
who fell here have come to fight the
battle once again ! "
I looked at him more closely and
I saw the light of battle in bis eyes.
His form grew erect, his feet seemed
impatient and he scented the air as
if eager to join in the fray.
Now the highways and byways
the cleared fields the open woods
the lonely thickets were full of blue
uniforms. Couriers and aides gal
loped here and there staff officers
turned heads of columns io the right
or left. It was so strange to witness
those thousands moving with such
order and yet giving out no sound.
"Look see!" whispered my
companion as he pointed down the
There was a cloud of smoke rolling
upoutof the pine woodsandblotching
the star-lit sky like a stain of blood.
It spread and grew until half the
stars of heaven were hidden. Mean
while, the face of every man in blue
was turned that way. We saw bat
tery after battery, regiment after
regiment, brigade after brigade,
move down to the scene of con
flict. Tongues of flame flashed
through the smoke-cloud and lighted
up thicket and field, but there was
no sound. 'The stillness of night
waa almost painful.
" Here are the results!" whispered
the Confederate, and I looked to the
right and left to behold the dead and
wounded. I could see them in the
fields, under the pines, on the high
way. Some faces showed fear and
horror others expressed vindictive
ness. Thero were horses lying dead
others hobbling about and seem
ing to appeal for mercy.
" It is horrible! " I whispered.
" Aye ! but it is over."
I looked again and the vision had
faded. The highways were barren
of life the fields and forests at
peace. The smoke-cloud had dis
appeared, and the dead and wounded
bad been spirited away.
"And so the dead of the armies
fight their battles o'er? " I asked.
"As you have seen," he solemnlv
"Until the hate and rancor of men
ia no more until all men are at
peace the spirits of those who fell
in battle cannot rest. They must
plan campaigns and fight their bat
tles as of old. The vision you have
seen here is repeated at Antietam,
Gettysburg, Yicksburg, Franklin
on one hundred battle-fields of
America. Let us go in." Detroit
Ceu'o For Iilcs.
Plli'.s are frequently preceded by a
sense of weight in the back, loins and
lower part of the abdomen, causing the
patient to suppose he has some effection
of the kidneys or neighboring organs
At limes, 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. Blind, Bleeding and
Itching Piles yield at once to the appli
cation of Dr. Bosanko's Pile reined y,
which acts directly upon the parts cf
fected, absorbing the Tumors, allaying
th e intense itch mg.and effecting a per
manent cure. Price 50 cents. Address
The Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co., Pinna,
O. Sold by . I. W. Conn.
YOU.' 2IE.!-KEAI) THIS.
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Mich., offer to send their celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belt and other Electric
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men (yonng or old) afflicted with nervous
debility. loss of vitality aud manhood, and
all kindred troubles. Also for rheumatism,
neuralgia, paralysis, and many other dis
eases. Complete restoration to health, vigor
and manhood guaranteed. No risk is In
curred as thirty davs trial Is allowed. Write
them at once for illustrated pampniet free
To all who aro suffering from the errors
aud indiscretions of youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c,
I will send a recipe that will cure you,
FREE OF CHARGE. Tills great remedy
was dLscovercd by a missionary in South
America. Send a self-addressed envelope to
the Rev. Joseph T. Ixmax, Station D,
Aoc Xor7; City.
The Gem Saloon.
The Popular Resort for Astorians.
Finest of Wines and Liquors
Go to THE GEM SALOON.
ALEX CA1LPBELL, - - PBOPRIET0B
Uian Steal laviptien Co
FROM ASTORIA TO
Ft. Stevens. Ft. Canby and ilvvaco.
Connecting by stages and steamboats for
Oysterville. Montesano and Olympia
5 "GEM. BOLES,"
W. P. WniTl'OMK, J.lASTER.
Will leave Astoria daily (Sundays excepted
Ft. Stevens. Ft. Canby and Xlwacc,
at S A. M-
Wi:nisterv;lle Mails and Expre-s daily.'
Through Mails to points, beyond, and
Montesano, W.T., on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
On Thursdays Use "Miles" will make
two round trips. leaving A.toria on sec
ond trip (about :: i. ; ." hours after arrival
from first trio
Fare to liwaco.
Pas-stMigers will ae 2 ecu's by purchas
ing tickets befoie going on boaid.
Hwaco Freight per Ton, - $2.00
J37"F.r Tickets. Towage or Charter ap
ply ;-t ilie office .f the company, Gray's
wharf, fool or Benton Mreet.
J. II. D.GRAV,
"o, E.'&jsr. go
And Way Landings.
I lie Steamers of the O. it. & N. Co.. car
rying the 1 .s. mails leave the Company'.s
Dock Kvery Iny. Sundavs excepted, at 0
1 h'.s N i lie only d.tily line, and the ontv
line running all the year roitud.
70 UH FRANCISCO.
1 lie only Hue of Steamships to San Fran-cL-co.
Steamers leave Company's Peck every
Regular Line of
Tow Soats and Barges,
ForTowaite and Lighterage.
.VTOISAISE i)V AIAs IUXHS.
Inquire at Coinpans Dock or at City Ot
E. A. NOYES,
Sai Francisco and Astoria
Carrying Freight : Running eveiy Ten or
Will be on !:erth m Shu FraneUci on
Sl.50 From S. F. to Astoria.
$2.00 - " " " Portland.
$2.50 ' Astoria to S. F.
Oil General Men-handise.
S. If. HAUMOX.
316 Stuart St. an Francisc , Cai.
CLlTSOPMILI.CO., Astoria, Or.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORWI A.
Oregon & CaliforniaE.H.
Fare to Snu Fran. 3j; to .Vncrauic uio $30
Close connections made at Ashland with
stages of the California, Oregon . Idaho
(OAILV EXCEPT SUNDAYS.)
UJrrWKEX f'OKTLAXD AX ASJ.iL.iXl
Port lend 7:20 A M Ashland i 43 A 11
AbhUnd 1:15 P it I Portland 1:25 P At
Albany llxpress Train.
I KWj: I ARRIVE
Portland jJXlPM Letanon S:SuP?.l
Lebanon 4:15 A M I Portland 10:ft A ?.!
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars daily be
tween AlLar.y aud Ashland.
'I he (). & C. R. R. Ferry makes coMiection
Willi all regular trains on the Eat Side Div.
from foot of F street
West Side Division,
BKTIVKKN PORTLAND AND COKVALLLS.
LEAVE I ARRIVE
rort'and S:0O A M Corrallls 4:30PM
Corvalle? S-J0 A M I Portland SrlPM
Portland 5) P M AtcMinnrilio....8OPM
McMinnville. .5:43 A 11 J Portland JSiX A M
Local tickets for sale and baggage checked
at company's up-town olllce, cor. tark and
'fecond streets. Tickets for principal points
in California can only be procured and bag
gage checked at company's oflice.
Corner F and Front Sts., Portland Or.
Freleht will not be receiveu for shipment
after Qve o'clock p. m. on either the Last or
West Side Divisions.
E. P. ROGERS,
G. F. &Pass.Agt.
Capt. Steve Kabbldse,
Astoria, Or.. Cathlamet, W, T-,
Westport, Or, and Inter
Beginning March 23, 1880,
The Steamer Mountaineer
Will leave Main Street Wharf Daily at half
past Three o'clock p. si. as follows :
Honda jh, Wednesdays and Fridays, for Cath
lamet and intermediate points on the
Washington Territory side.
Taesdajs, Thursdays and Saturdays, for West
port and Intermediate points on tiie Or
Will leave Cathlamet. W. T for Astoria.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Frldajs, at seven
o'clock a. St., touching at all way landings
on Wash. Ter. side, and return on same side.
Will leave Westport for Astoria on Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, at seven
o'clock a. jr.. touching at all way landings
on Oregon side, and return on same side.
For fcrcleht or Passage apply on
board, or to Main street wharf.
mHERE WILL BE A QUARTERLY EX
X aminatlon for those wishing county
teacher's certificates at the court house on
Friday and Saturday, the 26th and 27th lust.,
beginning at nine o'clock a. si.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
WM. AM.BS. I'ropV.
First Class in Every Bespi.
"Free CR-Ii to tlic 23n:--.
St. Charles Hotel,
C. W.KNOWLES. - - - - Proprietor
First Class ix Evejvt Rksphct.
Good Restaurant Connected with the Him-?
- Virc-proof Brick licildins;. le0 Rcoir.s.
Ic the Center of the City.
Cor. Front and Morrison Sff., Portland. Or
The United States
On Main street is now open, and
AT 0JSCE TA3BS THE LEAD.
In every Particular it is the
Finest fitted up and best in the City.
JEFF IS A GOOD PROVIDER;
He Cannot be Beat on the Coast !
Meals 25c: Hoard S20 per Month.
Private rooms for Families or Pai ties. Mip-
per Parties furnished on short notice.
OYSTERS A SPECIALTY.
Jeff Spends his Money in Astoria,
Ruys by the Wholesale and
Pays Cash, That Settles It.
The New Model
Restaurant 8 Oyster House,
Is Now Open and hady for Uuslnes
Opposite the Crystal Palace.
Where we will be PIeaed to Serve our
Customers Day and Night,
At Reasonable Hates.
Give us a Call and Judge for
BUPFAIaO, N. Y.
Organized with a Full Stoxtt at Eighteen
Experienced and Skilllal Physicians
and Sorgeonj for the treatment
of all Chronic Diseases.
OUR FIELD OF SUCCESS
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Lung Diseases, Liver and Kidney Dis
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Women, Blood Diseases and Nervous
Affections, cured here or at home, with or
without seeing the patient. Como and seo us, or
Bend ten cents in stamps for our " Invalid'3
Guide Book," which gives all particulars.
Nervous Debility, Impo
toncy. Nocturnal Losses,
and all Morbid Conditions
caused by Youthful FoUies
and Pernicious Solitary
Practices are fitjeedily and
permanently cured by our Specialists. Book,
post-paid, 10 cts. in stamps.
"-"I Rupture, or Breach radically
RlIOTIIQC I cunM without tho knife, with
nUrlUuCa lout trusses, without pain, and
mbJ without danger. Cures Guar
anteed. Book sent for ten cents in stamps.
PILE TUMORS and STBICTURES treated
under guarantee to cure. Book sent for ten
cents la stamps. Address, Woeld's DisPrsaAitr
Medical Assocunoy, C63 Main SL, Buffalo, N.T.
mmmmtasmBmtBBB Tho treatment ot many
rilflrioro fir i thousands of cases of those
UloUutvS Ur j diseases peculiar to
fiUwtn. at the Invalid's notel and
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It ia a powerful Restorative Tonic and
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menstruation, unnatural suppressions,
prolapsus or faUing of the uterus,
-weak: back, anteverslon, retroversion,
bearing down sensations, chronic con
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the womb, inflammation, pain and ten
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It -promptly relieves and cures Nausea, and
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DDIPC M fin OR SEX BOTTLES
rnlUL 4 I UU, fos!b.oo.
Send ten cents in stamps for Dr. Pierce's large
Treatise on Diseases of W omen, illustrated.
World's 5i;f r?y Meal Association,
663 Main St., BUFFALO, N. Y.
Bilious Headache, Diz
Indigestion, and Bil
ious Attacks promptly
cured by Dr. FIEBOE'S
PELLETS. 25 cents a vial,
Money to Loan
ON APPROVED SECURITY. COUNTV
Orders bought. Apply at the .office of
'.ta.'-K z i j.ifa,.JjmiM -rg-3
Wis' Sold ikad kits
DR. VAN MONGiSGAR
laiand 1S4 Third Street, Portland. Oregon
Is a regular grad
uate in medicine,
has been longer
engaged in the
of all Venereal,
Sexual and Chron
ic Diseases than
any other Phvjl.
eian iu the West.
shoyv. and old res-
IdeStTt know. SL-
000 reward for anv
ease which he fails
to cure, coining uuuer his treatment ; by fol
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DR. VAX is the most successful Lung and
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your trouble without asking yon a single
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lollowing diseases :
y-erTOu debility. Spermatorrhoea, semi
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weak eves, stunted development, loss of
energy, impoverished blood, pimples, imped
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eases, syphilis, eruptions, Tiair falling, bone
pains, swelling, sore thrpat, effects mercurv.
kidney and bladder troubles, weak back,
burning urine, incontinence, gonorrhoea,
gleet, stricture, etc., receives prompt relief
and cured for life.
XerTons diseases (with or without dreams).
Diseased discharges cured promptly without
hindrance to business.
Beth S exes consult confidentially. If in
trouble.cali orwrite. Delaysaredanpercus.
Diseases of the Eye, or Ear. Ulceration or
Catarrh. Internal or external. Deafness or
Paralysis. Sieging or Roaring Noises, Thick
ened Drum, etc.. permanently cured. LOST
MANHOOD, pcrfec lv restored.
C.VCEi:S AND TCMOP.S permanentiv
removed without tlte knife or caustic.
Medicines compounded and furnished to
!i patients at oftfee strictly pure and vege
labV. Guarantee of permanent cures in all
eases undertaken. Consultation free aud
strictly confidential. All correspondence
prem: tly attended to ; medicine sent by ex
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or address Private Dispensary, N03. 132-134
Third St. Portland. Or.
Terms trict!y cash. Office hours s to S.
X5L. Si3CXjSBTa?X3E3 ,
No. 1 1 Kearney street, San Francisco, Cai.
Tkkats all Cnnoxic, Special and Pp.i-
vatk Diseases with Wonderful
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all tne evil effects of
youthful follies aud
excesses, aud iu
rotlntc liquors. Ur
II In tic. who is areg
uate ot tne univer
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will agree to lornet ;3ou for a case of this
kind the vital KesJorative (under his spe
cial advice and treatment) will not'eure. Si.60
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 Mr. Mlatle.
11 Kearny St.. San Francisco, Cai. Send
for list of questions and pamphlet.
SAMPLE 1SOTTLE FKEE
will be soLt to any one applying by letter
stating symptoms, sex and age. Strict se
crecy In regard to all business transactions.
Be the j Yonnfj or- Ola
bavin; Lost thou
attributes ot '
May Regain Qulokly
rV TUT TTCf ni
The Civiale Remedies.
urRthfSilnl2'3ffA nean whether.:. .
to -jouthrul FoUy. Abuse, or Natural Fahijs
Thh treatment oriirinated by IMtOP. C1VI I t-"
adopted in avery JlOSIUTAjr. u rilAKcr , i
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paper endorsements, &c, &c
v,e are also aeenta Tor the new and certain r.i
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T.ir.twn . Th iimnifs niuaot jrt cured of
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is oteimj to a coinpiicaltou called PROSTA TOR
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eUpf and permanent euro of Nervous Zkb&iti.lcai
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o riiJc Is incurred. Illustrated pampniet latwalea
mvelope mailed free, by addressing
Y0LTAI0 BELT CO., Marshall, Mich
Has Just Received a Fine Stock of
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
S1LYEK WARE, CLOCKS,
Which he offers at Bedrock Prices.
All Coods Warranted.
Mine is a Jewelry Store and Known as Sueh.
Nicely Furnished Rooms,
WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD: AT
Sirs. S. T. McKean'3, Cass street, three
doors soutli of Astobiax office.
maybe found on Ills at Qa. p.
te? &? -Saras SW
1r T ; V,