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SEPTEM.BEE 23. 1850
TIIiE TABLE FOR ASTOKIA.
I LOW "WATKH.
Fust. Second, j Pir-t. Second.
shshsh B: h a
jh. tmj .5 h. m. jv h. m. rv 7i. m.
52 T 21 , Si f. 47 " 7 71 0 K 011112 15 3 5
3 S iSJSW. 782 18 0 C I 57 3 7
21 9 59 S ft 9 21 7 9 3 31 0 2 3 30 3 4
2S 10 S3 C 7 10 23 S 3 4 31 0 2 4 3? 20
2S tl Su" 7 5 II 2d 8 5 5 20 -0 4 5 33 17
27 - - - - 12 IS S 3 6 05 -0 4 C 21 0 9
2S 0 21 8 7 12 51 87 6 11 -03 7 OS 0 2
29 1 l S C 1 32 89 721 0 0 7 51 0 1
30, 1 SI SI 2 10 9 018 01 05 8 37 0 3
The hours between midnight and noon aro
designated by a to. m.), those between noon
and tmdnlght by p (p. in.). 0 7i.oom.ri de
notes midnight, o.'i 00m. ; denotes noon.
The height Is reckoned from the level ol
average lower low watt rs to which the sound
ings ate given on the Coast Survey charts.
Ty I. HOWARD, Kl. D.
Graduate or University of Michigan.
OMceoverA. V. Allen's store, northeast
corner Third and Cass.
Hours from 10 to 12 a. ni., 2 to 4 and 7 to
T :33 ju in.
TaT It. KAY3IOXW,
County Surveyor of Clatsop County.
Office : Room No. 7. Kinney's P.rlck, Asto
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Oai f navel's new brick building, corner
Second and Cass streets : up stairs.
r J. CUKTIS.
AUorsernt-Iaw: Notary P&Irflc
Commissioner of Deeds for "Washington
Territory. Office in Flavel's new brick
bulldms. Cor. Second and Cass streets.
Used bv the United States Government. Endorsed by the heads of the Great Univers
siries and 1'ublic Food Analysts, as the Strongest, Purest and most Healthful. Dr. Price's
Cream Baking I'bwdor docs not contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Dr. Price's Dellclou
Flavoring Extracts, Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, Almond, Kose, etc., do not contain Poison
ous OILs or Chemicals.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.. New York, Chicago, San Franctsco.
HALLWAYS AND STEAMERS.
Leave Astoria End -10, 11 a. ai. ; 2, 3, 4, 5
eavo Young's Kay- 10 :30, 11 :30 a. m.;2 iSO,
Leave Astoria End 9. 10. 11 a. v. : 1. 1 :30,
2, 2 130, 3, 3 :30, 4, 4 30, fl, 5 -JO, fl, G :30, 7, 7 iJO
Leave Young's Bay 9 -TO. 10 '"0, 11 -JS0. a.
it. : 1 :15. 1 :15. 2 :15.2 :I5. 3 :15.3 :15, 4 :15.4 :45,
5 :!.", 5 :ir., C :l."i, C:15, 7 :15,7 :45 p. m.
Oll't II. N2IITK.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offle on Cass street, 2 doors back ol Odd
Fellows Building, Astoria, Oregon.
r . a. boivsjBY.
ttrney and ConcHCalor at JLmw
Offlct on Chenamus Street, Astoria, Oregon
A R. KANACA,
ATTORNEY AT LaW.
OOce over White House Cor., Astoria, Or.
T :i UANSKLiI..,
"KRAI. ISTATE B2SOKF.S&
Ttnr.t street, uext u W, U. Telegraph Of
fice, Anuria, Or.
TTT W. PARKER,
Heat Estate and Insurance Agent,
Convcj nncer and Notary Public.
112 Kenton Street, opposite the Postoflicc.
Between Chenamus &Squcnioque Sts..
f. BAFrcrtTY, irr. i.
Graluate .Toffrrsim Medical College,
Offick-SSC Tliird Street.
Sfc. A. la. AXt.5. A, t'PLTOX.
Cass street, between 3rd and Hit.
Sjvclxl attention to Diseases ol Women
and Children, by Dr. A, L. Fulton.
Sectal attention to Surgcrv, by Dr. J. A.
Office hours from 10 to 12 A. i and 1 to 4
TAY TUTTLE, SVT. P.
Physician, Snrijcon and Accoucliour.
Office, Koom C, Pythian Building.
Office hoars : 10 to 12 and 2 to 5.
EeMdence, 639 Cedar Street.
K. XriiLKH. SI. I.
Graduate of Cleveland Homajojiathic Hos
nttal College, and Post-Cnnluate of New
York City Polyclinle School or Meliclne
First and Main streets, Portland.
Ii.caes or Women a KpcrSalty.
K. . . K5iTSi.
"UYiJlOlAN AND SUJiGEON.
Siclal attention to Disease r "vtTomeu
ikti-k: OpiKistic Telcgrapli OSUeo, ip
Stairs, Ailoria, :vro.
jk v. a. 5tr::tt,
KoomT and 8, navel's now Brick Kuild-
W;T. KUKXKV. I T. I'.AKIX
i. w. lutArmu
Buvney, Bnrin & Draper,
;Oregon City, Otogon.
Twelve years evsHMience as ltegiiler f
the U.S. Land Offlce here, rceniniucnds us
ta our specialty or Mining and all other bus
iaeai before the IuidOIllce or the Court5.
aad involving Uie practice in t'ne General
Astoria & South Coast Railway.
Fate's Golta Female-Pills I
For Female Irreg
itKO tnem on me
tred to relieve mh-
lion. Sart! Sare! Certain!
Don't be humbug
ged. Save tune and
health and moin-x ;
ta no other.
inMit lo any u
dress, si-cere ox
i mad n receipt ol
I price, f2. Address,
THE APHR0 MEDICINE COMPANY.
Western Branch. Box 27,rORTLAND, OK.
locate Lv. Clatxop
via steamer Jiwma ncaen.
I'.Iect rie: 8 : 3() a.m. 7 : 50 A. M.
Klectnc 1:45 i. M. 1:20 r.si.
() Daily except Monday.
3"TLily 1st, 1890.
B. F.STEVENS, Nlastor.
&, r &y:r& &
ij " "-"rlCTrwr, 'tWti i
Vill leave dailj' from Wilson & Fisher's
at 7 a.i. and 2 r. u.
Loave Ilwaco, at9A. M.and4:i5i. u.
Stopping at Fort Canby, Fort Stevens
and Tanzy Point on first trip from Ilwaco
and second trip from Astoria.
From Terminal or Interior Points
Mta Pacific Railroad
Is the Line to Take
To AH Points East and South.
It Is The
SiiiinCarftoutc. It runs Through
Vcslibulcrt Trains ivcry Day
In tlic Year to
ST. PAUL and CHICAGO.
Ko Change of Cars,
Composed of Killing- Cars unsurpassed.
Of Latest Eiiuipmcut
Tourist Sleeping Cars
Ke-J that can be constructed and in which
acninmiMiations are botli Free and
Furiiislicd to holders of First or
Second-class Tickets, and for
Elegant Day Coaches.
A Continuous fjiuc Connecting witli
All fjiuc.s, affording Direct and
Pullman Sleeper Reservations
Can be Secured in Advance through any
Aculof the. Koad.
'loaml fmni all Points in America, England
sand KiirojH c;in be purchased at ;uiy
lieket ouiee ol this ttmipany.
Foil hifi.niiatioii eouccniing rates, time of
train-, reute: and other details fumiihed ou
ap:5na:ioit to any agent, or
A. D. CHARITON,
A-s.vt:iiit. Cencnil Pitssengcr Ageiit,
No. 121 First St . cor. Washington,
7? in 9H A MOXTH ran be made '
$fo IU ftJU working for us. Persons'
jeferrcd wlio can furnish :i liors- and give '
their whole Uiin to the business. Sparc J
MGRtentscan be profitably emplojed also.
A few vacancies in towns and cities. 15. F,
JOHNSON & CO., 1000 Slain St., Itichniond,
A Li- PKKSONS HAVINC CLAIMS
xjL against the estate of Louis Wilson, de
ceased, and firm of Wilson & Fi.sher, are
requested to present them pr iperly verified
at tlie )fiice of .1. Q. A. tiowlby, and all
persons owing said estate .should make im
mediate settlement at the same place.
Astoria, Sept. 10. 193. d-Ct
I. E. & N. Co.
THE STEAM KLS
"Gen. Canby" or "Suomi"
Leave Astoria daily at 8 a. m forTauzy
Foint, Ft. Stevens and Ilwaco, connecting
with railroad running north at 10 A. m. and
it with boats on Slioalwater Bay, for South
Bend, Sunshine, North Cove and othet
points through to Gray's Harbor.
Two rounc trips made Thursday's giving
two hours In Astoria or longer if tides per
South bound trains start from Nah
cotta and Scaland at 1 :45 r. m. dally, .con
necting at Ilwaco with steamer for Astoria
and night boat for Portland
Sunday Schedule-Steamer starts
at y a. u. from Astoria and north-bound cars
at 11 A. it. from Ilwaco. Southbound cars
leave Nahcotta at 3 :30 r. m. connecting with
steamer at Ilwaco and night boat for Port
land. I.. A. 1A)0MIS. President.
It. V. EGBEltT.Supt.
Joir.v IL CouLTEn,
The Str. Telephone
Portland and Astoria.
Every evening excapt Tuesday at 7 o'clock
Every morning exccptTuesday at7 o'clock
Portland and Coast S. S. Co
STR. ALLIANCE. Sails from Port
land every Thursday at 7 P. M. ; and
from Astoria ilio following morning. Laud
ing at Iloquiam, Aberdeen, Cosmopolls and
STR. DOLPHIN. Sails from Portland
on 1st and 15th of each month, landing at
North Cove, South Bend, Willapa&nd Bay
F. IE. STROWG, President.
C.P. UPSH UK. Agent Astoria.
AND COMMISSION HOUSE.
Successor to K. C .Ilolden.
"Hie oiaest establlsheil Conimlsslou House
In Oregon. Coodsof all kinds sold on c.un
mixsiou. Auction Sales Every Saturday.
General ltepalring. Jobbing and Upliol
Fine stock of Fumlturo on hand.
When you want Bargains In Household
Goods go to
A Toacklag Iaeldcat.
An incident of a peculiarly touching
character occurred yesterday in one
of the elevated railroad trains, Jhat
brought tears to the eyes of the pas
sengers. The train had just left One
Hundred and Twenty-fifth street
when the passengers saw entering tho
car a little boy about six years old,
half carried by an older boy, evi
dently liis brother.- Both were well
dressed, but at first glance it was seen
that the little fellow was -blind.- He
had a pale, wan face, but was smiling.
A quick look of sympathy passed over
the faces of the passengers, and an-old
gray-haired gentleman got up and
gave his seat to the two. The "big
brother," who was about 11 years old,
tenderly lifted up the little blind boy
and placed him on his knee.
"How is thatf he asked.
"Nice," said the little chap.
"Where's my 'monicaf
This puzzled some of the passen
gers, and several turned to see what
the child meant But the "bis
brother" knew, and immediately drew
out u .small mouth harmonica and
placed it in the little fellow's hands.
Tho little fellow took the instrument
into his thin hands, ran it across his
lips, and began to play softly, "Ifear
ei Jiy uoa, to inee." Tears came
into the eyes of the old gentleman who
had given up his Seat, and as the little
fellow played on, running into the
"Rock of Ages" and "Abide With
Ale,1' there were many moist eyes in
The train rushed along, tho pas
sengers listened, and the little fellow
played on tirelessly, never missing a
note of "Annie Laurie1 or "Home
Slinpp.t rfompV PSnrtllv 4h "hicr
brother" leaned down and told the'
littlo one to get ready to leave, as the
train was uearing their station. .Then,
as if he knew ho had won a whole car
load of friends, the blind boy quickly
clinnRed "The Suwance River" into
"Anld Lang Syne," and with ono
accord tho passengers bureted into a
round of applause, while the "big
brother" carried the little one out of
the car. New -York Times. '
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GOD'S BLESSING TO HUMANITY
So Says an Oregon Pioneer Ninety
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have used the OREGON KIDNEY
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It is God's blessing to humanity. I take
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and since 1 began using the OREGON
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DAf ID MUNROE.
Peoria, Illinois, is the greatest
A Chicago brewer owns365 saloonsi
Our railroads employ 750,000 voters
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IT 13 TEH IDEAI. MEDICIJTB.
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H. CRUBE, Propr.
ASTORIA. - - - - OREGON.
The Gem Saloon.
The Popular Resort for Astorians.
Finest of Wines and Liquors
Go to .THE GE3I SALOON.
ALEX. CAMPBELL. PROPRIETOR
Resort Billiard Parlor,
OROSBAUEfc & JlitACn, Prop's.
L. FEURER'S CELEBRATED
Cambrinus Beer 1
J. II. Cutter Whisky, Domestic
. ami liej-West Cijrars,
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Office, fomiiTly udcidin-r rt4aunmt.
GERfflANiA BEEK HALL
WEINHARO LAGER BEER,
On Ice, and Drawn from the Wood.
Five Cents a Class.
W.Tt. HOCK, Proprietor.
The Globe Saloon
Under New Management.
Christian Wi-jeu, Proprietor.
(Formerly Bartender at tlie "Resort,"
Bestof Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Corner Mam aud First Streets.
Hill's Palace Yarieties.
Open Eyory Night.
GEO. HILL, - - Sole Proprietor.
NEW PEOPLE WEEKLY.
Aim to Please Everybody. The only Free
Show in Aatorlx Wines. Liquors and Ci
gars. Ire Cold Beer.
L0EB & CO.,
Wines, Liprs ail Cipfs.
A targe Stock of First-Class Goods,
Supplied at Lowest Market Rates.
All orders Ailed promptly and Accurately.
Agents for First Class Foreicn and Domestic
Brands. Main street Opp. Pancer lloust.
:! KT n KKT?c.
Astor Lod'o No. O, K. of P.
REGULAR MKEIliNCS EVERY WED
ni!(.l.iy cvi:li j: at 7 0 p. i..it Pylliian
Castle. Sojoiirninj; ICniiiiMii j'.cc.l .sUiikI
tnmli:i:t invited to attend.
Uy ord-r (:.:.
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K cJ U. and S.
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