Sv m I'lHifamnaMMiaea r',laMj"JMtr$fJ5l.i "Ui'avr- p" so 3tex oft ti ARS'-Hn r -tvii inidnilit and noon are -.l ; (a. m., those between noon MiUUt by ft (p. in.). OlLOOin.a de . Imit, nk oowi. denotes noon. zil H nrckMed from tlie level of i.hww taw witter to which the :ound sivn jm the CojiAt Survey charts. VRSSKIiS OX THE WAY irwiu i'ssreign Ports for the Columbia River. . . Href.Ka. Mauritius. .V i Kr lik. IKT.Oape Town. ms -- na Me sat, IGut, Yokohama. Vd . urrttaa. llr an, ITOd. Oapc Towc. (i r LawT8e. llr bk. 12M, London. i 4r. . tlrfeV. IW, Honolulu. i i iST.Aai, ISM. Now York. I - r. U. r sfi. 12S7. 1,ivcrzKol. Da . Mr t-n. 1. Anworp, July 21. t . '. Brer. 14 Liverpool. lur i , tciiuliirc. Itr S?. nS2.Tona!o. Lr' 'rit. WSJ, Lirarpool. Lrf' ! .iafcclb."Krbk.II55.Sjdner. !.!: . J. "Or bV10iC.-Anrep.Julx21., Ls. j, llrSbji, 1771. Hiopo.Aus 14 Mft - rrh,4e.llontvidco. JCi :9 f. llr sMp. :as. Santa Kosatia. M i p" ZVri. Ucap. USl. hanta Rosali'. Si r.-k.rai. j,tn!on. OtV re. UrtS.ia. Alcoa Hay. Pc Kr . 1MB. Pel r i!e. Br Uk. 1SS. vanta Uoulio. lirl -i, llr. bl- tet. t verrool. May 23. r-col'i-h t;Vens Ursp.2JSI. Rio Janeiro. Jcl - . !. Krsh.19?. llatavia. Aug2i. tFKOil AMhHUUAX POUTS Rrrr. ,Jio5p,lWI,Ivcw York. . t ' TiV E KtarbactfAci rp, lBt.K.y..lalr ?(.. INTHK KlVhR. A.cir -i-. Itc sp. ' ICeweastle A. Arilcjr. Kr. sp . KM, lovcrpoul r&cac(.4I. Kr up MM. Honolulu. ( itX s 'rt. llr bV.SS, Brisbane. tT of P iMpkia. Am. f p.. 1K1. V Y. Alar. 15. l,c- i". A a. up . ISSt. YeVoVunia X llTl. llr. sjv,177i. Itio Ja-eiro. Jtily C. Mv"-1 'armel. 16fi. Manila. Pr.nc alitx.Rrsh.lKS3, San Pedro, -oGixrrv zir.xvimiH. Aster Lodffo No. 3, K. or P. KI .1 4JIU MKKT1KGS EVERY WED i.. .te cveuiiis at 7 :30 r. ai. at Pythian Ca; f isyoanitnp Knights in good staud : - o.rtlnirv United to :U.tcud. t.nJcrC.C. . D.ll. BLODNT. - K ol R. and S. So? id:navjaa Benevolent Societv. JJt .1 UVU XKETIXGSOFTUISSOCIE. a. it thr rooms in Pythian building ;A o'cfcck r. M.. on the second aim T-u . i l iH-4as of t-ach monlh, APC. liAXlELSOy, Secrctari'. c.. jde liodge No. 12. A. O. U."v7. 7 VR MKCTINMS OF SEASIDE fe. . r- No. 12. A. . V. Y. will be held i - r 1111 in Pythian Castle, on a .. -v eHiu ot ouch e'k, at 7 o'clock. x! . f ihe iirdfr in pod standing, and VtratSer are lev; ted to attend. J.1- !". nll W u' lUteen minutes before a J. a eei Mt-ctiu" Ry order M. W. ' W. P. ROSS, Rec. C, .- SBcampmenr, No. 13, 1. O. O.F 5i,t LAX MEETINGS OF OCEAN EN ... .pmQt No. in. 1 O. O. K., at the lHi- In Uw Oilil fellows Rnildinp, at ser i- wu, ob Ujc tecoad and fourth Mo each mouth; Sojourning breth- v -.' C.P. AstoiMBnildins c Loan association T't. K5rLAU MEETINGS OF THIS A xsrtciimon av held at 8 p.m.. on the --v f-4no4tty ot each month. Ofllce ou i,- m r re street, s qui U of Ciicnanm. " AV.L.ROBB. Secrelarj'. Common Council. Kr;l'I..Ut MEETINGS. SECOND AND tynk Tuosday evenings ol each mouth U7t o'clock. ci"l-rvR. doMriug ta have matters acted upon iv ute Outtiich, at any regular meet .a;it present tlie same to the Auditor jui4 O-rk, on or before the Friday evening prior vte Tuesday on which the Council holds its resuJsr meetimr. 1T10S.S.JKWETT, Auditor and Police Judxc. Executors' 'Notice.. ALL PBRSONS lIAVrNG CLAIMS Aznmst the estate or Ix)uis Wilson, de rm5ct.H4. flrtn T WiNou & Fibber, arc rtqa4-l urpnsrlil them pnpcrly vcriflod at lb ce uf J. i. A. Uowlby. and all terst uiH uld owte should make im r&e4istcscltirmeiilntthosame place. J. Q. A.BOWLBY. WIL.EYP..ALLKN, Executors. Ast 4U,Srpt HL1S90. d-Ct Notice to the Public. TH. I lO NOTIFY ALL "WHOM IT iviix r aecnnlxatG S. Garthee Is man jT rf f i:ibe Saloou, No. 53, jon Main sin" Awtvi.aml Irorn this date, he will l I. l . f.r m claims, against the business f i hf . - U slo-ii. and will collect all bills ! :: 1 1 tender mv thanks to all my old cast"-1, and basicak the same good will for m srrs.or that I have enjoved. CHRIS WEJEN. AMri, Octoln'r 23. 1S30, Disssiulion of Partnership. THIS IS TO NOTIFY ALL TVnOM IT iixav nmciTtt that the partnership here tr.:1 oxKhig between Earnest Loll and L.L''-" is tliKday dissolved. The busi ics r til ! ronttnued by L, Iirscn who will cal ct all il-M" due and settle all claims against the fim of IjoB & Iuscn. Astota.-t .7, ISO D ssclulion of Partnership. This si to uoiift all whom it'may couccrn that t!ic Tiarrnrfrhlp heretofore existing foetwrcn P. O'ilara and IL II. Inpills under tke Cm nam? or ci'Hara &Ingalls, Is this 4v t!tcrflved liv mutual coasent, P. O'nara wKhtlnunrinr. Tlie oil firm will settle all aemttttx xti the business nn to Nov. 1st, mhI settle all bills against the Ann. P.O'HARA.. 31. IL INGALLS. Ftr Sale Chsap. IKS OR TWELVE HORSE TOWER CBgtns Md boner In good order. PE TJDC TABLE FOR ASTORIA. , sob. fttUaWEipiJr Vlf.lt WATltlt, I LOW WATER, iss". PU ff tW j J 8-"t. Second. First. Second. " "vH--g'-HIH-1 UP 1 RICES X j S S 1 a 37 3 1 10 31 0 3 W0 P li i m ica : jr 7 4 ios as 11127 o? mUftt&a tl SI 3J0 CT1135 40-- -- - mm - -. tfll DUIPfV ;?iaiiiiiiii CREAM P-1 vlul. ; 00(40 1 7 J -10 2 0 m mmmmmaWmmmmwtmmmmm mmM . :jji.v-.s-: r!.7, 20 0 31 01 Ek g to -. A 2 .5 JVJUallwllIUS '7 . 2 s 7 C 32 2 1 12 0 4 BE . IB Bjfl T .i:'lliiiii!S tHIII fUVflRlRfS . IW 1 350 34110J 02 1 t ' HVIIIf 111 is ; fill io 3c . . -- Blfc m-H mm wtfimPp H 0 ft! 0 7 12 3S 3 3 yinii VH W ,laJpIiHIi QWDEni EXTRACT!! s7l-- -- 607 19 552 -0 3 . fcfcfc mm mW .-as . . m -sw . 17 ail 446 O 5 52 2 1 03$ -US fHn? fcta-.-, ftfillL ' ; h g B il i 5 85 SS :iS S!lf PERFECT M". WTAL FRWT FLAVORS 7 I 41 ! 7 51 2 9 8 43 -0 t 55HM I . - 121 'S4 S3 3 2 0 22 -0 4 ' . : s e i; tt : a I a 5 10 oo o o Arriy o t. r. ZMitiSK. Fair white haiadsr Fightclearcomplexion healthful skin. Groat English Complexion SOAP, Used bv the United States Government. Endorsed by the heads of tht Great Univers skies and Public Food Analysts, as the Strongest, Purest and most Healthful. Dr. Price's Cream Raking Poivdor does not contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Dr. Price's Dcliciou- iavoring Kxtracts, vanilla, JXMnon, urange, Aimona, uose, etc., ao not contain roiMiu ous Oils or Chemicals. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.. New York, Chicago, Sau Francisco .RAILWAYS AND STEAMERS. Tickets on sale TO DENVER Omaha, Kansas City, Chicago, ST. PAUL, ST. LOUIS, AKD ALIj rOINTS East, North and South AT ASTORIA K. A. Noycs, Agent, Asloria. a. ITI. Bozortli, Ticket Agent. ITXI02S PACIFIC WIIJLItF Overland Route. East bound from Pertland: No. 2 Lim iteti Fast Mail, leaves at 7 A. u. No. 8 Over land Fixer, leaves at 9 p. m. Wcst'bound : No. 7 Overland Flyer, ar rives at 0 :J0 p. m. No. 1 Limited Fast Mall, arrives at G :i0 A. M. Main Line. Nos. 7 and 8, "The Overland Fiver," carry through Pullman Sleepers. Colonist Sleepers, Free Chair Cars and Coaches, between Portland aud Denver, Omaha. Kansas City, St. Louis, St. Taul or Chicago. Main Line, Nos. 1 :ii 1 2, "The Limited Fast Mail," carry Pullman Dining and Sleep ing Cars between Portlaud and Chicago. Daily. TO PORTLAND. The steam r Bonita leaves at C a. m., Mon day, Wednesday and Friday, via the Oregon side. The staamcr Jt. R. Thompson leaves As torla at 8 p. m. on Sunday, Wednesday and Friday. From Portland at 11:30-p. u., on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Astoria and San Francisco SAX fkaxcisco to astobia. STEAMKlt. J DAY. DATE. State of California. Oregon ............. Columbia.. -..... State of California- Orpgon ...... ..... Columbia................ SUite of CalUornia. Tuesday Saturday. Weduegdaj Sunday Thursuay . Monday Friday Nov.. ASTOttlA TO SA' F.UAJJC1SCO. S.TEAMKK, I DAY. 1 PATH. Oregon .. Sunday, Not.... 2 Columbia Thursday .. ' ...... C Stated California- Monday " ..... 10 Oregon Friday " ......14 Columbia Tuesday " 18 State or California- Saturday " .i2 Oregon Wednesday " . ,2C Columbia Sunday " . .80 TIMK 8CIIEDUI.F. Astoria & South Coast Railway. Leave it. Clatsop Via Steamer Aitoria Bcaeh, Electric fl : 00 a. m. 8 : .V) A. M. Electric 3 : 00 p. ar. S I : P- M. () Dally except Sunday and Monday, (g) Daily except Sunday. Prom Terminal or Interior Points THE Norton Pacific Railroai Is the Line to Take To AI! Points East and South. It Is The DiiiiiigCar Route. It runs Through Vchtibulcd Trains Every Day Sii tlie fear to ST. PAUL and CHICAGO No Change of Cars, Composed of Dining Cars unsurpassed. Pu I lman DrawingRoera Slceycri Of Latest Equipment Tourist Sleeping Cars Best that can be constructed and In which accommodations are both Free and Furnished to holders of First or Second-class Tickets, and for Elegant Day Coaches. A Continuous Line Connecting with All Lines, affording Direct and Uninterrupted Service. Pullman Sleeper Reservations Can bo Secured In Advance through any Agent oi the itoaa. Through Tickets To and from all Points In America, England ana Europe can be purchased at any Ticket Office of this Company. Full information concerning rates, time ol trams, routes and other details f umisuea on application to any agent, or A. D. CHARLTON, Assistant General Passenger Agent, No. 121 First St.. cor. Wasnmfitun, Portland. Oregon. Salesman. AN ENERGETIC MAN WANTED TO push our manufactures on tills ground One of our agents earned S5, 200 In '89. Ad. dress P. O. Box 1571, New York. cap Sold Everjvfere." Portland and Coast S. S. Co GRAYS HARBOR. STR. ALLIANCE. Sails from Port land every Thursday at 7 p. M. ; ana from Astoria the following morning. Laud ing at Hoqulam, Aberdeen, Cosmopolls and Montesano. SHOALWATEB BAY. STR. DOLPHIN. Sails from Portland ou 1st aud 16th of each month,. landing at North Cove, South Bend, Willapa and Bay Center. F. It. STRONG, President C. T. UPSHUR. Agent Astoria. The Str. Telephone Portland and Astoria. Tlmo Table. tcarcs Aiterla: Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 0 a.m. Arrive. al Attteriu: Monday. Wednesdays and Fridays at 3 p.m. Lea von I'erthuul: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at a. ai I. R. & N. Co. THE STEAMERS "Gen. Canby" or "Suomi" Leave Astoria daily at 8 A. 11 for Tanzy Point. Ft, Stevens and Hwaco. connecting with railroad running north at 10 A. m. and It with boats on Shoal water Bay, for South Bend, Sunshine, North Cove and otbei points through to Gray's Harbor. South Bound Trains Start From Nahcotta and Sealand At 1 P. irl.) Dally, Connecting With Steamer For Astoria And Night IBeat For Portland. L. A. lioorals, R. V. Egbert,' rresiuent. superintendent. John R. Geulter, Sec. JACOBS & PLimifill, Contractors and Bnlcrs. Estimates Given on Brick, Stone, or Wood Work. Concrete and Cement Werk a Specialty. OFFICE, - 118 Genevieve St. THE Scow Bay Foiiry CORNER- WEST FIFTH AND WALL STS. Astoria, - - Obkqox. OASTIKTGS Of all Descriptions MADE 10 ORDER OH SHORT NOTICE. Notice. ALL PERSONS HAVING ACCOUNTS i3L against the estate of the late Philo Callender are hereby notified to present the same to me tor settlement rortnwitn. M. P. CALLENDER, Knappton, Wash August 5th, 1890. "This bell," said a well-meaning sexton, ivhen showing tho belfry of an interesting villago church to a party of visitors, is only rang in case of a visit from the Lord .bishop of the dio-1 cese, a fire, a flood or any other snch calamity. London Figaro. i EcmarlalIeHcsc::e. ; Lfrs. Michael Curtain. Plainfield, 111., , makes tho statement that she causht cold which settled on her luns; she was treated a month by her family phy sician, but grew worse. He told her she was a hopeless victim of consumption and that no medicine could cure ner. iier druggist suggested Dr. King's New Discovery tor Consumption ; she bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefited from first dose. She contin ued its use, and after taking ten bottles found herself sound and well, now docs her housework and is as well as she ever was. Free trial bottles of this great Discovery at J. W. Conn's Drug Store, large bfttles, 50c. and 1. The April Century contains some "Suggestions for the nest World's Fair." The fair of tho next world will wear wings, and any suggestions offered them now would be love's labor lost Norrixtown Herald. f,Xou want to come off," said the wind to the maple leaf. "All right; Tm just getting reddv," auswered the leaf. A Voice From The Judicial Hcucli. Judge John Ciiaxkv, of Oscola, In., says: 1 contracted sciatic and mus cular rheumatism in the army, and suffered most excruciating agony fur years. Dr. James Robi-ris. of Osceola, advised me to take Ilibbard's ilheu matic Syrup. 1 have used eleven bot tles, and find that it keeps me in good health. I cannot recommend it too highlj." For sale by J. V. Conn. New Hampshire's new fish hatchery situated near Laconia. is capable of handling abont 1,000,000 lake trout eggs each season. The building is 22xAi feet, one story high aud most substantially built for warmth during the severest weather. Biicltlen's Arnica :ilrc The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Hruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rhe um, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively enres Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money re funded. rice 25 cents per box. For sale by J. V. Conn. SIIILOil'S COUGH and Censump: Hon Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures Consumption. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miscr ablo by that terrible cough. Shi Ion's Cure is the Itemedy for you. CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Kemcdy. Trice 50 cents. Nasal injector free. A blind old soldier, asking for alms at a Manchester, Englaud, church door, had a board aronnd liis neck incribed as follews: ''Engagements, 8; wounds, 10; children, G; total, 24.' Will b2 paid to cay competent chemist who will And, ca analysis, a particle of Mercury, Potadi, cr other poiaons In SwRt'a Specific (S. S. S.) AN EATING SOHE Hcadcrera, Tex., Aug. 23, 1829. Tor eigh teen montlal had an eating Bore on my totiac X wao treated by tho best local physicians, bet obtained no relief, tlie csro gradually growing worse. I concluded finally to try S. S. S., tzl was entirely cured after cs;s a few bcltici You havo my cheerful pcrraLi.Ion to pablish the iboTC statement for the benefit cf these claiiarly Efflictcd." C.B.McLes:oke, HcndcrsonTcx. Treatise on Blood and Sinn Dbcascs mailed free. THE SWTFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. Ga. BOOTS AND SEOES The Largest Stock, Best Quality and Lowest Prices at the Sign of Tho Golden Shoe. SCHOOL OF PRACITCAL CIVIL, J mechanlcal.MlnlngEnglneering.Snrvey Ing, Draughting. Architecture, Assaing and Navigation. 170H Second Street, Tort land, Or., and 723 Market St.. San Francisco, Cal. Established 18G1. A Vaxdkr;Naillkx, Pres Send for circular. -A.XJ0E,IO3ST AND COMMISSION HOUSE. MAHTIN 0LSEN, Successor to K C Jlolden. The oldest established Commission House In Oregon. Goods of all kinds sold on com mission. Auction Sales Every Saturday. General Repairing, Jobbing and Uphol stering done. Fine stock of Furniture on hand. When you want Bargains In Household Goods go to Sf IKTIS OLSI'-X SJ? jfewB rMco? r " v& -. if At luASfr HEALTH. Lo KIcliiu'jj Coltlou Balsam IZo. 1 Cures Chancrca, first and second stages Sores rn tin Lcg3 and Body; Sore Ears, Eyct Nose, tic., Copper-colored Blotches, Syi)lniitiu atanh. diseased Scalp, and all primary fo ::3 of tha disease known as Syphilis. Prlro, f 3 OO per Bottlo. m ItlchaH's Golden DaUnm No. 3 Cares Tertiary. HcrcurialSyphilitic Rhou matism. Pains in tho Bones, Pains in the Head, back of tho Neck, Ulcerated Sore Throat, Syphilitic Kash, Lump3 and con tracted Con!s, Stiffness of the Limbs, ami eradicated all dV'.e from the system, whether caused . , indiscretion or abuse of Mercury, leaving tho blood pure and healthy. Prleo S5 OO per Dottle. Lo Hlcban'rf Golden Spanish Anti dote for tho cure cf Gonorrhea, Clcct, Irritation Gravel, and ail Urinary or Geni tal disarrangements. Price $2 50 por Bottlo. Lfl RIehan',) CoIJon Spanish In jection, for severe cases of Gonorrhoea, InfUmraatory Gleet. Stricturcs,&c IrIco 91 SO per Bottlo. La Richan' Golden Ointment for tho eff ttiv; healing of Syphilitic Sorca, and eruptions. Price $1 OO per Box. Le Itlchan's Golden Pilla 2$xve and Brain treatment; loss of physical poor er, excess or over-work, rrostraticr. etc Prlco S3 00 per Box. Zfe Tonic nr.d Nervine, mW Bent cveryrflicrc, C O. D., secare'y SUsn per express. THE RICIIARPSOX DRUG CO., AGE T 509 &Bd 611 Market strett, S&b Fnuicisco, CaL CIRCULARS SENT FREE. -? ' f& CB J mz3 fP5ml?lBr 18 CASE. Tito Points of TIew. Stranger If a man falls Jown rn open coal-hole can he sue the owner of tho premises, for damages? Lawyer Certainly, sir, certainly, b;g damages, and get them, toj. Give me the particulars. "Well, as mv brother was passing your house this morning, h9 fill through a coal-hole ar.d brolte his leg-" "Hem! did ho use ordinary viguan c to prevent such an accident? Did 1 s look at his feet as ho walked? D-c ho stnn to examine the condition ol the pavement before entering upon it? Answer mo that, sir." "Stop? Why, no' "Ah, ha! I thought so. Guilty ot criminal negligence. He might have fallen on one of my own family under the coal-hole might have killed us all. sir. As it is I shall suo him for mussing np my coal bin." Zfew York Tribune, Children ry for Pitchors Castoria When Baby was sici, wo gavo her Castoria. iTLca the was a Child, sho cried for Castoria, IThea sho becarao 3Iias, sho clung to Castoria, iThcn she had Children, cfco gavethesa Castoris Electricity applied to locomotive headlights is among tho safeguards proposed for railway travel, and a recent simplified apparatus is thonght to be tho most satisfactory so far introduced. Sfnllei. GOD'a DLESS1NG TO UUMANI I'Y So Sajs an Oregon Pioneer Ninetv Years Old. Fokest Grove. Or, Mareh in. L have used tlie OREGON KIDNEY TEA and obtained immediate relief. It is God s blessing to humanity. I take plea&ute in recommending it to the afflicted. I am now nearly ninetv years old, came to Oregon in 1S42 in the em ploy of the Hudson's Hay Company, and vine 1 began using the OREGON K.IDN21 TEA I enjov good hea'th. DAVID MUNKOE. Contractor arid Sione Mason All kinds of Stone Work done in a neat and .substantial manner. Address all Orders or Correspondence Box 213, Astoria, Or. Successors to Viisoi & Fishar. SHIP CHANDLERS HEAVY AND SHELF Farm Implements, Paints, Oils, and Varnish. Lcrreers' Supplies. 'rovistons, and Mill Feed. :GKNKRAL AGENTS i'OR SALK.U PATENT ROLLER 31 ILLS. Portland Holler Jlills. FAIRBANKS' SCALES, ETC. Astoria, - Oregon. e &n Has Opened a Produce and Commission STORE AT 1GG Third Street. Astotin. Or. Wholesale and Retail liusinesi in Floar. Mill Feed, Oats, Potatoes. Apples, Etc. Solicits a General Ccniniission Busincs--. i. "W. CASE Insurance Agent. RSriilEN'TI.VG Caiiiorr.U Marine S.s. Co , S. F. Columbia F?r3 in i Marine Ins. Co., Portland. Homs Pilutual Jnsmancc Co., S. F. Phffinix of London, imperial of London. Wholesale and Retail LIQUOR DEALERS. Importers of All Brands of Foreign and Do ineIc Wines, Liquors and Cigars. J. II. Cutter Whiskies a specialty. Vai P.latz Bottled Beer. Finest brands of Key West and Domestic Cigars. Liquors for Medicinal Purposes. Family Trade Solicited. All orders from tho City aud Country promptly filled. Snuemoqua Street, - Astoria, Oregon. Standard - Saloon. Southeast Corner Third and Olney Sts. Astoria, Oregon. Tho Celebrated North Pacific Browory Beoron Draught. Also the Finest Kinds of Wines, Li quors and Cigars. The Ilcht of French Brandies AND BttAXDT PEACIIES. l. Free 'jLs-ujolgJ. H. CRUBE, Propr. ASTORIA. - - - - OREGON. L0EB & CO.. Wins, Lipers ni Cigars. A Large Stock or FIrst-Class Goods. Tlie Trade Supplied at Lowest Market Rates. All orders filled promptly and Accurately. Agents for First Class Foreign and Domestic Brands. Alain street Opp. Parker House. 3 Notice for Publication. LAND OFFICE AT OREGON CITY Oregon, Oct. 4th. 1S00. Not Ice is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of her inten tion to make final proof in support of her claim, and that said proof will be made bc fi re the Register and Receiver of the U.S. Land OH'.ce at Oregon City, Oregon, on Nov. 15th. 1800, viz : Mrs. S. Holies, Pre emption D. S . No. 7008. for the NEJ of section 23, T5N.R7W, W.M. She names the following witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz. : Edward Bnr chard. Whalcn C. Grolf, Hiram Groff and William B. Marye, all of Jewell, Clatsop County. Oregon. J. T, APPERSON, 15 Register. FISHER BEOS., P2 BBS K5a BIS lnffiPik PI MB H n H B i U H U IB il a ? u g ISriaria, Fever and Agu85 Dumb Chiiis, Wind Colic, Bilious Attacks, etc. Ilicy produce resrular, natural evac natiorw, never grlpo or Interfere with, daily business. As a family medicine, they should have a placo in every kouacliold. Price, CD cents per box. Sold jEkroryTirii.erej"'" Office, 4z Murray St., N. Sn 2Pfu?2dfi7's -a i &ZP.ftI Wfnftflf3?JSo '.. ;v HEALTH RESTORER. . he Liver and Kiit"- t -p 1 'otnaca t ! : h Dvsp;. si . t . s aa Appc - i'.. ia.5 r.v in,ar3 kii-i ?fnlcr? Yps lJ 'i-ywliera. 0. .tu.Jo;5ixfcr$5 NT .AA.-a inovlMj ijuanii- ! ?-&1 f Sure! Safe! Ccrtdir:! riAiv, Don't be InimL-u- -S? ged. Save tunc and health and in .n - ; V tae nooiher. THE AP'tRO MEDICINE 0 NFA.'JY, Western Brunch. Cox 27. PORTLAND, OH. ST1- Jp-A-TTX fT f"5BaBtf q pja . - a ii uih. kv v ' (a lu vv. si sb? PORTL.iXJD, OJiB., Is The Only Exclitsive Private Disease Dispensary on this Coast, and it Treats more of these cases Than all tlie doctors ou The Coast combined. TELE G-RJEA.T m otjdtmpo Tinr-nuTO oinincro uuuiun "New System or Tieatinen!." Ncniinal Weakness Permanently Cured. fiOst lilaiilsood Fully Restored. KoiiorrcIi:i ( juickly Cured. Rlcct Checked and Cured. .Stricture Cured without Pain. Hydrocele The Burden Lifted. Varicocele Its Withering btoppei'.' I'Iii;uo:s Operated for Successfully. Chancroid Cleared Up. Sypiiilis Tlioroiuniy Eradicated. P.itiM-t- all t-ver the Coat receive Special Tc-.tiueiit from this Di li lis-u y d ti y. Med.cines. itciwr i uigto jmir Tn.tibie. are cireiullj cnuiimii! ded . !ab!cd fer me, se mrely jMCked, boud, .seaieil and free from vxposure, snt bv Ex-h press, ire pad. Teims er Tieata ineiit arc uithin the re.idi if aiijj aud a GTT;UIjU!TEE qube (J i ven in e;vry rase. Patients kiiov. that by placing their cuses with an I&chedw Pnvate Disease D spenstry they will get a lVnu.i nciit Cure in !.es Tuiu' Hi in with a llspens iry that treats any and alt diseases and rea ly cures but few. Pcnona! conbtiltatioii and cxami uatiou, free. WRITE, Stale Tour Case Fully. Address, with stamp enclosed, St Paul Dispense Over "Portland National Bank," PORTLAND, OREGON. 01.D A7iS TRIED. 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