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.OCTOBER 15, 18S7
PORT OF ASTORIA,
l XSzELS J A' TUli RIVER.
GovVennonthtJr sp 1279.
Courtney Tord. Am bs
Manmore. 15r bk
Fiji.Br sn 1J7
City of York. Br. ep 119
Co. of Anglesca, lir bk
Ecclefechan. Br sp
Wm. H. SUrbncfcArasp
Ooloma, Am bk
Cumbrian. Br bklK.
Onvo b Soatnard. Am
Vandnara. Br sp 2912
Riverside. Br sp
Charlotte Croorn, Br sj
lAdr Lawrsnce. Br 6p
VESSELS OS THE WAY.
I'rosa roreisu I'ortH, for the
Asset. Br bk 795 Newcastle A Aue 15
Aoercorn.Brbkl2fi9Maryport Sept 21
jEthelbert. Br bk"63 Newcastle A
Binaab. Br bk 812 Greenock June 2
City of Glasgow. Br sp 1163 Unit
Derby Park. Br ev 1300 Marrport
Dnleep Singh, Br sp 1193 Newcastlo A
Glenbervie.BrbkSOO London bept 19
llorrfby Castle. Br sp 1135 London Aujj 10
Helona. Br sp 1SS3 Antwerp
Incbgrcon. Br bk 1091 Sydney Aug 11
Lady Cairns. Br sp 12G3 London
Linlithgowshire, Br ep 135" Antwerp
Martha TisUcr. Br b!c SU Maryport
Mobile Bay. Br bk 1117 Antwerp
Ophelia, Br bk 11S1 Liverpool Sept C
Peeblesshire, Br bk 8"G Brisbane
Thos 3 Stowe, Br bk 6S6 Newcastle A
From American J?ortfl.
Australia, Nor bk 123 San Pedro
Alex Lawrence, Br bk 120' San Pedro
C. Southard llnlbert, 1036 N V April 11
Cambrian Queen, Br sp 1830 San Pedro
Moresby. Br sp 1217 San Diego J uly 2G
Nancy Pendelton. Am sp New York May C3.
Soa King, Am f p H3G New York
Thornhcbank, Br sp 1107 San Pedro
YIIK TABIE FOB ASTOItTA.
HICIl WATKK. I LOWWATEK.-
KirM. Seco id. 1 1'irst. Second.'
h. in. I t h. vi. JS h. m. X h. m. X
1 . --12 2880 C 21n 0J5 C 4rp II
2 0 S2rt 7 3 13 57 80 C -39 09 7 18 0 9
3 1 01 73 1 21 80 7 17 11 71 0 7
4 137 71 1 43 79 7 43 14 8200C
5 209 0 0 2 10 T9 8 11 17 8 51 04
f. 2 43 0 0 2 38 7h 8 4S 19 9 31 04
7 3 27 U 3 11 7 9 22 22 10 1C 05
fc 4 15flt 5 9 3 53p 7 5 10 OSa 2 0 11 09j 0 C
0 5 Vi i" 4 48 7 2 11 01 29 - - --
10 C32 5 0 C01 0 9 0 09 07 12 12 3 1
Jl 754 CO 727 S 118 07 1 33 0
12 9 02 tS C 8 48 7 1 2 27 07 2 18 2 5
Vi 9 5 i 7 2 9 55 7 C 3 31 0 5 3 55 1 S
14 10 42 7 8 1053 80 4 23 04 4 47 0 9
15 1123 8 3 1141 83 5 15 03 5 33 02
1C - - --12 03 8 8 559 03 C 27 -05
Ihe hours net ween miduiKUt and noon are
designated by a (a. ai.), those between noon
and midnight by p (p. jl). cA. 00m o denotes
midnight, oft. O0wi. i denotes noon.
Tne height is reckoned from the level of
average lower low waters to which the sound
ings are given on the Coast Survey charts.
from a eoamoa Blotc&ror Erapticn, to the
verefc Scrofula.' Salt-Ehenm, "Fcvcr
Spros," Scaly or Bough Skin, in short, an
diseases caused by bad blood aro conquered b;
this jKjvrcrful, trarifyingvand iavifforaun? metL
cine. Great Sating ulcers ranidly heal vr
der itg benign inflaenco. Specially has lb mau!-
CoreR anil RwplHnrj. Tnr-.TnfTi Tio-,.
Tilto swellings, Gcltxe, or TMcfc Heck!
and Enlarged Glands. Send ten cents ia
etaaips for a largo treatise, "With colored plates,
cnSkinDiscasos, or the same amount for a treatise
on Scrofoloua Affections.
"THE BLOOD IS THE IFJ2."
thoroughly clcanso it by using .Dr. Plerce'a
Golden Blcdical Discovery, and good di
gestion, a fair ekin, buoyaat Bpirits.
yital strengtli, and soundness of con
Ftitution, will bo established. .
T-hich h Scrofulous Diseaso of tlio Innra,
la promptly and certainly arrested and cared by
tha GoJ-sivea remedy, if taken before tho last
ctagea of tho diseaso arc reached. From its won
ccrf ulpoxer over thb terribly fatal disease, when
first otfering thla dot? celebrated remedy to tho
ppbhe, Da. riEECE thought Berlcus'.y of calling it
las " Consumption Cure," ImS al-andoned
tha namo as too limited for araod"cJ.o nuich,
from ita wonderful combination cf tonic, or
Btrcngthcningalterativo, or blooJ-tlcansJng.anti.
uiou3, poctorial, and nutritixo properties, is
unequiled, not oaly as a rcm?J ? in; coasumntion
of tho lang3, bat for all
If "VCO fed dn1. ir.-rrrr. ,ivri:fni .,,. ,1
low cor of aloa, or yellovrlsh-browTi Bpota oa
iaco or body, f rcquert i eaUacho or ri-m'npg til
tastoiathoraouth, internal heat cr chills, alter,
sating with hot flashes, lovr siirita and gloomy
forebodings irregular appeUtc,arid coated tongui
ypa axe Buffering fromlnfiiscstion, Dyspep
cia, and TorpW liver, or " Biiionsness."
Ia many eases only part of theso 6ymptom3 an:
experienced. As a remedy for all such cases.
2)r. Hcrco's Golden Hedical Discover
has no equal
?j?eals:Jc'ne3t Splttlnc of Blood,
Shortness of Breatn, Broncnitis, Severe
Cougns, Consumption and kindred affections,
ifci$ a Govcrcign remedy.
! Send ten ccntfin stamps for Dr. Pierce'a booi
cn Consumption, Sold by Druggists,
World's iispssaij Medical tecciaiira,
Proprietors, CG3 ilain SL, Bihtalo.IT.X
AHTI-BILIOUS and CATHARTIC,
Sold ty Druggists. 25 cents a viaL
. for a case of Catarrh trhir thoo
I cannot cure.
I If you have a dlscfcargo from
the noset offensivo or othcr-
. ", wU . u uiu. aajusanos ox cases
terminate in constmrotion.
Dr. Sages Catabjui Remedt cu.'os tho worsl
cases of catarrli. "Cold in thcEead," ant
cataxraal Headache. wav.
E " . rain
1 a ennrtTT -"u tti-ts'irv i i
United States Senators -j J; ; iYu iu-1!
inMiiiiitnln Pinimwc Tlinwr l"pnna.:
.jV'tlli;iiiii. w vi5" '-v, -'"tv --
uovenior.... .......... .....as i ? "uvi v
. 'iorpnior's Secretary.
.AY. A. Miinlfv
5: ecrctary of State..........
.G. W. McBr le
H. F. twiner
G. V. Webb
...M 11. McElrov
Supv't llibhc IubtructioiL.
.......l". C. Uafcer
Stal i xtiiuw ..
Cler k School LaTid lWm3raT leon Davis
Sun t insane Asyaiiu......i'i. iij "
Sup't Penitentiary ...HoU Uou
Judges Supremo Court . . W. W. Thaj er
Judges Circuit Court-Fin 3i5lric:-U .
I. Boise. Fourth Department l.L. D.fehat
tuck ; department 2, 1-B. Steams I ifth F.
.I.Taylor. Sixth I Isom and G. W. A alkcr.
Sevcnth-J. II. Bird.
Railroad Commissioners J. II. Slater, of
LaGrande: Geo. Wagsoner, of Corvallis;
and J. It. N. Bel!, of Koseburs, chief. cKrk.
County Judge ... ..
County Commissioners ...
C. IT. Vase
'" ( E. C. Crow
W. O. Kus
... C. It. Sorensen
J. 1'. rage
Treasurer .... ...........
School Superintendent ...
Temple Lodge, Wo. 7 A. i?. A. M.
REG ULA11 COMMUNIC AT IONS JJ
first and third Tuesilays m each jf
month, at y3 o'clock, v. ai., at the "C7
iroii In ictnnn TkTemhPTs: nf tin nriltT III
good standing are invited to at t cud..
uy oraer oi iuc "
Beaver Lodge No. 35, 1. O. O. F.
REGULAK MEETING EV- .. -&..
ery Thursday evening ar-CSSi'.
7:33 o'clock, at tho I'.p" U2s&r
room in Odd Fellows Hall, Asio- .
ria. Sojourning members oi the order iv
good standing, cordially invited to temt.
By order 2.i.
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O. F.
REG ULAIt MEETINGS OF OCEAN EN
campment No. 13. I. O. O. F,, at the
Lodge, In the Odd Fellows Building, at
seven r jr., on the iecondj and fourth
Mondays of each month. Sojourning breth
ren cordially invited.
By order C. I .
Seaside Lodge No. 12. aTo. U. W
KEGULAK MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. Y. will be held
in their Hall in Pythian Castle, on
Saturday evening of each week, at 7 o'clock.
Members of the older in good Mamling, and
visiting Brothers, are invited to attend. Li
brary will be open fifteen mi.mtes bofm-e
and after each meeting. By order M. VV.
Cusliine: Relief Corps No. 3, G. A. S.
REG ULAK MEETINGS ON Til ESECON1)
and fourth Tuesdays of e-h r.mh, at
2 r. m.
liv order Mns. .u?. A. IA viiio,
Paciflc Lodge No. 17, K. of P.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS
Lodge even' Friday evening, at 7:S0
o'clock, in their Castle Hall. Sojourning
Ivulghts cnrdiullv United to atlemi.
K. of i:. ar.d s.
Astor Lodge No. 6, K. of P.
REGULAll MEETINGS EVEBY ED
nesday cvenli g at 8 r. X. at Pythian
Castle. Sojourning Knights iu god si and -ing
cordially Invited to attend.
By order C. C.
II. E. NKI-SON,
K. of K. aud S.
Select Kwguts of A. O. U. V7.
REGUL.Ul MEETING OF NOKI1I
i w estern Legion No. 2, will ! held at
their headquarters in I'llituii Catlc on
lhursdayeeningof each we kaToVIKl;.
Members of the Legion in chmI staiidu.g
and visiting comrades are inviud to ai:end.
Dnll every first and third Thursday even
ings of each month.
Br order of conimnnder.
1L L, BOYL", Itec.
Scandinavian Benevolent Socictv.
KEGULAK MEETINGS OK THIS .SOC'lE
ty at their rooms in Pythian bui.'dtng
at eight o'clock i M.. on the second antt
fouitli Tucsdavs of each mnirh,
Company H, O. N. G
REGULAK DKILLS EVEUY V.EDNES
day evening. Kegular meetings fr-t
Wednesday of each month at s r. m
Clatsop Lodge No. 113, U. O of H.
REC.rLAK MEETINGS EVEBY
Wednesday evening at S o'clock in
lodce-room over Caninhan & tVi.'s str. So-
Jouniing brothers invited to attend.
Astoria, Oregon, Phinisli Brothorhood
Lodge, No. L
L the first and third Tiiou!hvs uf o.Tfli
month, at 7 o'clock v. ir.. at Pytliian Ha 1.
uy oraer ciiaki.E's j-auson,
.1. K. MAKILA, Secrctarj-.
REGULAK MEETINGS. SECOND AND
fourth Tuesday e cnlncs of each month
at Yt o'clock.
CBTersous desiring to have matters acted
upon by the Council, at any regular meet-
llifr tmist: nrApit tlirt qmr.t il,. Ai,.itri-
and Clerk, on or before the Friday evening
JJimi iu me ucsituy Oil YUllCil IIIC V.IIIlCll
mldslts regular mcenng.
THOS. S. .TEWETT,
Auditor and Clerk.
GREAT OVSRLATJD ROUTS !
Men Pacific Railroad !
TWO TRAINS A DAY!
m CHANGE OF CARS !
Shortest Line to Okicago&AllPomtsEast
ST. PAUL AttD MINNEAPOLIS.
Northern Pacific E. R.
Is the ONLY Line Running
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars,
Palace Dining Cars (meals 75c).
Luxuriant Pay Coaches
Emigrant Sleepers (free of chant i.
FROM PORTLAND TO THE EAST
See that jour tlcicts read Tia the Northern
intuit ik. ik. ami sTomciiange or cars.
dailv: arriVO fit Hlfnnnnn'l.L i.f at Ti.,.."i..,
noon fourth dav.
PACIFIC HIVISION-Tram leaves Front
and G street dally at 7 A.M. and ll A.M.:
arrive at New Tnnmnn 1 -l?;,mil i:.t-. i T.r
connecting with Compauy's for all points on
C11AS.S.FEE, Gen'l Western Pa.
A.D.CHARLTON, Gen'l Western Pass".
Agent, No. 2. Washington St.. 3ortlaiiil.
Depot, corner First and Gs'reets
ST. iOUIS, KO.
BAKE, COITRT HOTBE,
n.OJLrt-mLjx jLjLi..i-j.i.. i .r-aSrv ii,. I
Tills powder never varies, A n-arwl of
purity, Mreimiii anu noiesomenei-i. .More
trnn ijulcnl limn llii nr:lltinrvl.-ltlj in.l o.m
not be sold in competition with the imilti-
tune oi iow test, snort weignr, mum or plio?
phate powders. Sold only incut. Ruyal
IUking l'o. dkii Co. to Wail-st.. N,.,
Patronize Home Industry!
We supply as
QOOD A QUALITY OF BEER
As Any la the Market,
IT AS KIIASOXAXtliE A I'EK'B.
Tie M Pad Brewery Bee?
Is Pure and TJaaduIterated.
It give1; general Satisfaction and is Furn
ished in Quantities to Suit.
I.eave orders With A, W. Hanger
next to 1'ergmau Co.s, or 1-red lookc,
next to Foard & Stokes.
Paiiy Deliverj- iu Any Part of the City.
A. V.Utzingcr Propr.
Fine Billiard Tables : Best of Wines
and Liquers: Choice Cigars.
A First Class Place of Social Resort, Run
m a Fhst Class Manner.
Comer ot Water ami Wst Niulh Stnets.
Choice Lipoi ai Ciprs!
Everj" Attention to the v'om(ort of Patrons.
Agent for Hi-'fli'ngvalla Steamship Line
SRd mni halum.
The Popular Resort for Astorians.
Finest of Wines and Uquors
Go to THE GliM -AIX)ON.
ALEX CAMPKELI.. - PROPRIET01
:u WKJiiiiJi vuiiii
I'liil. F.Bower, Srox:'.
Fine Wines, Liquors Cigars.
40 1 Chrnanius Slrctt, -
Best of Liquors and Cigars.
Private Reading and Card Rooms.
THOS. GRAVES, Proprietor.
All the Modem Improvements,
Old Olympic opposite Parker House.
GERMAIIIA BEER HALL
WEINHARB LAGER BEER,
On Ice, and Drawn from ihe Wncd.
Fivo Cents a Glass.
WiioIcKalc and Itetail Dealer in AH Kiuilhof
jIOL'LDINGS, AVINDO s AND DOOIIS,
OAK. ASH AND HICKORY,
Black Walnut, Alder ami ?tlaple,
PORT ORFORD CEDAR,
And All Kinds of Iloat Material a Specialty.
ALI- KINDS OF
.!! IVorlr. and Turning Done a I
Manufacturing Steam Mills.
Comer Genet ieve & Astor Sts.
THE ASTORIA BAKERY,
JAMES. CON. niOPRIETOPt.
Bread. Cake, Confections.
Good Flour and Materials TJ.scd.
3ir AI3I IS TO SUIT CUSTODIERS.
JJread Delivered All Over the Oltv.
Your ratronaKC Is Solicited.
i Boats Repaired.
L NY ONE WANTING FISHING BOATS
: uol. or oilier iioais i:en.iiro(i cm rr. tmmt
! - "ci Kuai.i jc.iirvu can jjci, KOUU
luorkdouent It. 51. Leathers boat shop.
gffff" g tcroilcn'a t or layette
" Old "Eongh and Beady."
President Taylor was probably
. the only president to whom the
j presidency was an ttneoveted and
j unsought for boon. Mrs. Taylor
was So averse to public hio tint
it was said she prayed every night
during his candidacy for hi3 de
feat, and when told of his. election,
said: "Why could they not let
us alone? Ve are so happy here.
"Why do they want to drag us to
afciunsrton . no that ever
saw Gen. Tavlor at a levee could
forget h:m? He grasped every
new comer cordially by the hand,
and saluted all, high and iow, old
maids, brides, young girls, all,
with the words, "Glad to see you!
brlad to see j'ou! liows your
family? Hone the children are
all well." Bis greeting was al
most equal to Rip's teast: "Here's
to you and your family. May
vou live lonir and prosper!" lie
hardly ever opened his mouth
without making a mistake, and
people laughed heartily. Still
they loved him, trusted his judg
ment, and knew his heart and hand
were true as steel: and when he
died the whole nation was a mourn
er at his grave. When Maj. Don
elson returned from Europe he in
troduced him at a dinner party as
"My friend Donelson, just from
Berlin, Austria.'' During his can
didacy, Col. "W.. a stato elector,
after discussing several public top
ics, asked him what were his views
on the tariff. "The tariff, .Tacli
said Gen. Ta3'lor, who stuttered
dreadfully. "The tariff, general,"
c.ifi fini TV "Win it-1io'c i,o -
"It's a sine qua non." said Col.
W., who was one of the greatest
wags that ever lived, "that the peo
pie are much excited about just
now." "A sine qua non J said
Gen. Taylor, slowly; "1 believe,
Jack, I saw one in Mexico, but I
forget what it looks like; and I'll
be blamed if I have anv views on
3'Hsir is warranted, is because it is
iho best Blood Preparation known.
It will positively cure all Blood Dis
eases, purifies the whole system, and
thoroughly builds up the constitution.
Remember, we gtiarantce it
J. TV. Conn.
A prominent physiologist says
that the coming man will be hair
less and toothless. If this is so,
we advise the coming man to stay
whore he is.
Vt.rvcv'3 " Trifle with any Throat
Jl O tV. 0f Luns J)isease j f you
have a Cough or Cold, or the children
are threatened with Croup or Whoop
ing Cough, use Acker s English Rem
edy and prevent further trouble. It
is a positive cure, and we guarantee
it Price 10 and 50 cents.
J. W. Ccmi.
The new Henry George paper
New York is called The Earth.
That is what George wants.
V? y o-"wvn,1(lcn3yycu
S cwv neraadarattrcv
by Dyspepsia, use Acker's Dyspepsia
Tablets. They arc a positive cure for
Dysncpsia. Indigestion. 1'hitulencv
and Constipation. VTo guarantee
them. 'Jo and .A) cents.
J. W. Conn
George Francis Train apologizes
for being born in Boston. Boston
is sorry he mentioned it.
K K fvVvV Always have
rr VXQjVvt Acker's Baby
bootlier at hand. It is the only safe
medicine yet made that will remove
all infantile disorders. It contains no
Opium or Morphine, butjjives the child
natural case from iniin. Price 23 cents.
J. "SV. Conn.
It is evident that grapes cannot
be gathered from thorns, nor races
And reliable Medicines arc
the best to depend upon.
Acker's Blood lilixir has been pre
scribed for years for all Impurities of
the Blood. In every form of Scrofu
lous, Syphilitic or Mercurial Diseases
it is invaluable. For Rheumatism
uas no equal.
J. W. Conn.
Notice. School Tax Due, District
X ors having returned the assessment roll
for the year A. D., 1SS7, for the above named
district, with warrant attached, command
ing me to collect the school tax. I therefore,
pive notice that unless the said tax Is paid
within sixty days from the Issue of said war
rant, to wit : on the 10th day of Sept. thev
will be returned delinquent on the nth da v
ofNov.,A.rj 18S7. and a certified list will
be handed to the sheriff for collection.
Either my.elf or my deputy are at all
times to bo found nt mv omra. nni ilnnr
south of Wall street, on West Cth. cast .side.
uateu tins loth day of Oct.. A. v., 1SS7. iu
the city of Astorl3. county of Clatson. and
state of Oregon.
LOEB & CO.
lies, Liprs ail Cigars.
A Large Stock of
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
Supplied at Lowest Market Rates.
AH orders filled promptly and Accurately.
Agents for First Class Forelgirand Domestic
Main street Opposite Tarker House,
ASTORIA, .... OREGON.
MflU-Lli"' J.II1E . JUL illT
ysiTzn icxov.'x xo r.tiL.
CCIiSS all lIse;cs of tho Kidney,
Iii vcr, lladdcr, and Urinary Organs;
Dropsy, Gravel, Diabetes, Sriglit's
Disease, Palca Jn the lacl:,
Loins, or Side; Retention or
Nervous Diseases, female
"Wcahncsscs, Excesses, .Jaundice,
SUIonsncss,ZIcadac.Iic, Sour Stonaacli
Dyspepsia, ConstlpatloS, ami Pile3.
CURES WHEN ALL OTIinR MEDICINES
F.VIL, asit acts directly and at onco on the
Kidneys, Liver ' ami Dowels, rostorinj
tlieaa to a healthy action. HUNTS REJIEDY is
a safe, sure, and speedy cure, aad l.iaidreda a. e
nen cured by It when phyaciau3 and friends
had given thcai up to die. Do not delay, try at
once HUNTS REMEDY.
i'yond for I'amplslat to
KUHPS REMEDY n0..
I'vovldcnce, 2t. I.
Aakyourdrugstat UirSIOXY' IIKSniDY.
Taka no ether.
3Zalu Jrcct, Astfirin, Oregon.
jESrECTFL'LIA C.U.L THE ATTEN
it lion of the pahllc to the fact that the
above Market v.-ill always be supplied v.lth a
VllA. VARIETY AND REST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED TREATS ! !
Which will he sold at lowest rates, whole
sale and retail .
537"Special attention Riven to supplying
WHERRY & GGJSPANY,
L'Yesli and Cured Stoats.
7"o getafclo s ,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT liOTFI
Ci;.VA3I'S Ktveei. Astotio. -
You Needn't Send to Portland.
SsuWIos From 87 to 821
None Uttt The Ucst Stock Usert,
Prices to Suit Tlie Times,
iain street east side, hettfeen .lefferson
and Snaemcqua Sts.
GRATNER and PAINTER.
XJLASS SHO7 CARDS.
't.Ai. ASI) XCORATIV
Paper Hanging, Frescoing, Etc.
Shop on Cass Stt. ne vt" to Stinson's Black
Minth shop. Vbtona, Oregon,
HAVING LEASED STEAMER EXTEU
prite to S. C. IHIdreth,. lames ISIacoai
her, T. "W. Andrews and .lames Cox, they
assume all liabilities of steamer Enterprise
from this date. Neither steamer Enterprise
nor in) self, owner, will he- responsible for
any debts contracted.
September 231, 1SS7-
Pirst Class Undertaking
New Styles, Caskets and funeral material.
Next to Astokiax olllce.
S. ARKDT & FEJRCBEK
AS"! OKU. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
Boiler Shop i
All kinds of
rromptly -attended to,
Aspecialty made of repairing
P H 13 3 KX RH f
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
0, R. & M. GO.
And Way Landings.
The Steamers of the 0. 11. & X. Co., car-1
rying the U. S. mails, leave ihe Couuninj's
Dock iivery Iy. Sundays excepted, at C I
A. 31. I
This is the only dJly lino, aiui the only
line ruiininir all the year round. I
TQ SAN FRANCiSSQ.
The only line of SteamstiiiK to S:m ;"rrtn
cImjo. Steamers leave Coinpanj "s Dock evi-j
Regular Line ot
Tow Boats and Sarges,
Tor Towage and Lighterage.
STOSIAGE OF ALt Ki.2S.
Inquire at Company's Dock or at City Of
E. A. NO YES.
TO M FRlHHSGft CAL.,
BV WAY OF THE
OREGON & CALIFORNIA B. B.
The Mt. Shasta Eoute.
Quicker in Time than any Other
Portland and San Francisco.
LEAVE PORTLAND 4 P. Kl. Daily
THROUGH TIME 39 HOURS.
Only 13 Miles Staging
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS,
Portlnml and Aslilaml,
SisItiyou autl San Frasxciseo.
Emigrant Sleeping Cars
Between Portland and Ashland, Siskiyou's
and San Francisco,
Tree of Charge.
.FAJIKfrom Portland to Sacramento
San Francisco, IJmited, First class S22
Limited Emisrant S15
Corner P and Front Sta. Portland, Or
K. JvOEIILKR, E. P. P.OGERS,
Manager. G. F. & Pass. Agt.
Vr, E. Warkex; Master,
Will make Begular Trips Daily on the Or
egon side, stopping a all Way Landings.
LeaTinjr Woods Land's Every Xornhitrct 0 1 31
Kctcrnlns; Leave Astoria at 2 P. 21. Sharp.
Will run twice a week to Svensen's Land
ingTuesdays and Saturdays.
For Freight or Fassage apply to Captain on
To Gray's Harbor !
The Steamer GEN. MILES
AY. P. Whitcomb, Master,
Will leave for Gray's Harbor on or about
The otli, loth and 25th of eaclfmontli
For Freight or Passage apply to
J. II. D. GRAY,
Agent I. S.N. Co.
Ilwaeo SieasalYigatioi Co
FP.03I ASTORIA TO
Ft. Stevens; Ft. Canby and ilvaco,
Connecting by stages and steamboats for
Oysterviile, Montesano and Olympia
sSBk. "GEN. CANBY,"
Thos. Parker. Master,
Will leave Astoria dally (Sundays excepted)
Ft. Steven3, Ft. Canby and llwaco,
AVItli Oysterviile Mails and Express daily,
Through Mails to points beyond, and
Montesano, AY.T., on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
On Thursdays tho Qcn. Canity will make
two round trips, leaving Astoria on sec
ond trip (about 3 r. sr.) 3 hours after arrival
from first trip.
Fare to llwaco, - - $1.00
Passengers will save 25 cents by purchas
ing tickets before going on board.
llwaco Freight per Ton, - $2.00
J3?For Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply .at the ofllce of the company, Gray's
wharf, foot of Benton strper.
JOHN G. BLAKE, Master,
Is ready for business, and will do Towing or
BUSINESS OF ANY KIND
On the River, at reasonable rate?. Head
quarters at Gray's "Wharf.
J. II. JD. GHAY,
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY AT
AVatch and Clock Repairing a Specialty.
On tho Roadway, next to Aug, Danlelson's
3r XT 350 SMITH
New Guns made, Muzzleloaders made in
to Breechloaders. All kinds of Repairs done
first-class and cheap. Shop at Upper Asto
ria, near Northern Pacific Brewery.
P. O. Address, Box 40.
About twenty years ago I discovered a Uttla
goto oa my cheek, and tho doctors pronounced
i it cancer. I hava tried a number of physicians,
but without receiving any permanent benefit
The meUciao they applied was llko flro to tag
sore, causing latenso pain. I saw a statement
In tho pspcra telling what S. S. S. had doao for
others similarly afflicted. I procurod soma at
onco. Before I had used the second bottle tha
neighbors could noilco that my cancer was
healing up. My general health had been bad
for two or three years Ihad a hacking cough
and spit blood continually. I had a savcre
pain In my breast. After taking six bottles of
S. S. S. my cough left mo and I grew stouter
than I had been for several years. My cancer
has healed over all bntallttlOBpot about tho
slzz of a half dime, and It Is rapidly disappear
ing. I would advise ovcry ono with cancer to
glvoS. S. S. a fair trial.
21ns. NASCY J. McCOKAUGHEY,
Asho Grove, Tippecanoe Co., lad.
Stvift'3 Specific 13 entirely vegetable, and
Eeems to caro cancers by forcing oat tho Impa
rities from the blood. Treatise on EJood and
Skin Diseases mailed free.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
DRAWEIi 3, ATI.ANTA, GA.
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rift OnTnTviT.nnd flvr.v flwirrw
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-. :,cnd for Free Illnstr't'd PamphIetNol.Jlddres
f -,-,lkl5k5,5IJPE,-ASTOTRn88 CO..
jt TO 4 N. SIXTH STKBET. ST. LOUTS.MO.
j 704 S AC1CTTO BT. .BAIT FHANOISCO.CAi;
G His Uken the lead la
tiie sales or that class of
temedies. and haj gira
almost unirersal siuitu.
tlon. lajRPirv brc?..
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the public and now r.ak
araonj the leading Medl-
dues of the oildom.
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fGctracUeJ not ief
132tI5'! tlf-M P.
A. JL. SMITH.
Sold by J. W. Conn, Astoria, Oregon,
BE YOUR OWN DOCTOR.
Every family should have these Prescriptions,
so their doctor will be ererat hand. By narinic
them will save great Expense. Anxiety-and Suf
fering. Thousands are now in use. Tne follow
ing is a list of the most common and prominent
diseases, viz: Dyspepsia, Bronchitis. Consump
tion, Mux Diarrhraa. Neuralgia, Syphilis, Chills.
Ulcers, Heart, Kidney, Bladder. Female, and all
Skin and Nervous Diseases. Each prescription
One Dollar. Three or more at a great reduction.
Full directions tnth each prescription. All let
ters of inquiry answered promptly,: Address A.
Frances Wright, AI. D .Nineveh, Indiana.
Concomly Street Improvement No
tice. NOTICE w hereby given- that the
Common Council of the city of Astoria,
CIat?opi county, Oregon, propose to or
der the improvement of that portion of
Concomly street, in the city of Astoria.
Clatsop connty, Oregon, as laid ont and
recorded by John McCIure, from its in
tersection with Main street to Its west
ern terminus, by fillme and erac
intr that portion ivinc between7
the west side of Main street and Wash
ington street, to its established grade to
a. width of thirty-four feet through the
middle thereof, and planking-the same
with new and sound nr plankto a width,
of thirty-four feet through the canter
thereof; and by raising that portion be
tween the west side -of Washington,
street and the western terminus' of the
said Concomly street to its established!
grade and planking the same to a width
of twenty feet through the center there
of; and nnless a remonstrance signed
by the owners of two-thirds, of the
property fronting on said portion of
said street be filed, with the Auditor anrl
Police Judge within ten days of the
final publication of this notice, to-wit:
on or before "Tuesday, October 25,1887.
the Common Council will order said
improvement to be made.
Uy order of the Common Council.
Astoria, Oregon, September 29th, 1887.
Wall Street Improvement Notice.
NOTICE- is herebv given that the
Common Council of tho city of Astoria
propose to order the improvement of
that portion of "Wall streetin the city of
Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregoi, as laid
out and recorded by J. M. Shively, from
the east side of West Sixth street to the
western end of said Wall street, by
grading and filling said, street to its es
tablished grade to its full width, and by
planking the same to a width of sixteen
feet through the center thereof, and by
building sidewalks on both sides of said
street ; and unless a remonstrance signed,
by the owners of two-thirds of the
property fronting on said, portion of
said street be filed wftlr the Auditor and:
Police Judge within ten days of the finat
Eublication of this notice, to-wit: on or
efore Tuesday, October 23th, 1887, th&
Common Council will order said im
provement to be made.
By order of the Common Council.
Attest: T.S. Jewett, AuditorandPo
Astoria, Oregon, September 29th,1887
raiHE WHOLE OR HALF1NTEREST OF
slstfng of Hardware, Stoves, "Metals and
Plumbers' Stock. This business was. estab
lished May 1, 1877, and Is among the very
best In tire city of Astoria. Nothing but 111
heaith prompts the 'disposal. Full particu
Than any oth
er axe made.
i ironrinen tpq-
. 1 tJfytolts supe
riority, it got
Deem Md JfeTer
.Price, II. GO.
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