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ASTOKIA. OREGON:
FRIDAY.
..AUGUST 23. 1S88.
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Tlie Hours between mlduignt and noon are
designated by o (a. M.). those between noon
and midnight by p (p. m.). OA. OOm.a denotes
midnight, oA. 00i. i denotes noon.
Tne height is reckoned from tlio level ol
average lower low waters to which the sound
ings ar "iven on the Coast Survey charts.
Van Onsen & Co.
DEALERS IN
Hardware and Ship Chandlery,
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish,
Binacle Oil, Cotton Canvas,
Hemp SailTwine,
Cotton Sail Twine.
Lard Oil,
Wrought Iron Spikes,
Galvanized Cut Nails.
Ajp-icnltiiral Implements, Sewing;
Machines, Taints, Oils,
G-rooorios Etc.
Notice of Purchase.
I HAVE THIS DAY PURCHASED THE
itoadway Market. All bills and accounts
of the market up to the 17th inst,. are to be
paid to and collected by Jno. V. Welch.
1. O'HARA.
Astoria, August 17th, 18SS.
Itefprrin" tn the above. I would sav that!
have resumed lh meat business and will
keep a good supply of line fresh meats, at
mv fnrmpr stand. ,
Meat promptly delivered In' any part of
me city.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON.
EUCEHE CITY.
Next session begins on Monday, tho l.tli
ol September, 18SS.
Free scholarships from every county in
the state, Apply to your County Superin
tendent. Four Courses : Classical, Scientific, Liter
ary, and a short Euglish Course in which
there is no lAtin, Greek, French or Herman.
The English U pre-eminently a Ituslness
Course. For catalogues or other information,
address J. W. JOHNSON, Fresident.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE
NOTICE is hereby lven that by vir
tue of a warrant issued by the Auditor
and Police Judge of the City of Astoria,
in accordance vvitii an orucr mauc uy
Mm (Common Council of the Citv of As
toria, by Ordinance 'o. 1047. entitled
an Ordinance orderinc tho Auditor to
issue warrants for the collection of as
sessments remaining unpaid on west
9tn street, oetween water street anu
Berry street, approved July 25th, 1888,
said warrant bearing date the 25th day
of July, 1888, commanding me to levy
upon the North 77 feet of lot No. 1, in
block No. 19, in the City of Astoria as
laid out and recorded by J, M. Shively,
to co'lect an assessment of forty-two
and 75-100 dollars, which assessment
was made for Hie improvement of West
9th street, between Water street
and Berry street, by Ordinance
1015. entitled an Ordinance declaring
the probablo cost of of improving West
9th street, from the South side of Wa
ter street to tho South side of Berry
street, approved June 29th. 1888, 1 have
this day levied upon the North 77 feet
of lot No. 1. in block No. 19, in'Shively's
Astoria, and on Friday, the 14th day of
September, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said
day in front of the Court House door in
the City of Astoria, Clatsop County, Ore
gon, will proceed to sell the North 77
feet of lot No. 1, in block No. 19, in
Shlvely's Astoria, to the highest bidder
therofor, to pav said assessment, costs
and expenses of salo. Said sale to be
for U. a gold coin?
W.J.BAKnY,
Chief of Police.
Astoria, August 14th, 18S8.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by tho Auditor and
Polico Judco of 1 ho City of Astoria, in
accordance with an order made by the
uommon uouncii ot the uity ot Astoria,
by Ordinance No. 1017. entitled an Ordi
nance ordering the Auditor to issue war
rants for the collection of assessments re
maining unpaid on West 9th street,
between Water street and Berry street.
approved July 25, 1888. Said warrant bear-
ing ilate the 20111 tiay 01 J uiy jhss, com
manding mo to levy upon' lot No. 0, in
block No. 55, in the City of Astoria as
laid out and recorded by J. SI. Shively.
to collect an assessment of seven hun
dred and forty-five and 2.1-IOO dollars,
which assessment was made for the
improvement of West 9th street, be
tween water street ana iserry street, iiy
Ordinance No. 1045, entitled an Ordi
nance declaring the probable cost of
improving West 9th street, from the
South side of Water street to the South
side of Berry street approved June 29th,
1888, I have this day levied upon lot
No. G, in block No. 55, in Shlvely's As
toria, and on Friday, the 14th day of
."September, at 10 o clock A. jr., 01 saiu
day, in front ot tho Court House door in
the City of Astoria, Clatsop" County,
Oregon, will proceed to sell lot No. C,
In block No. 53. In Shlvely's Astoria, to
the highest bidder therefor, to pay said
assessment, costs and expenses of sale.
Said sale to bo for U. S. gold coin.
W. 3. BARKY,
ChiefofPolice.
Astoria, August 14th, 1888.
Notice.
MY WIFE AND I WILL NOT BE re
sponsible lorany debts contracted sniy
Dr "' 1'. O'HARA.
Notice.
T.N.?IA.' VlP NOTIFY TOE PUBLIC
A that I. On .Tla, the merchant tailor, of
Astoria. Or., have this day bought tho en
tire Interest or On Tla & Co. The nrra name
.,tr$fit?.kno,w"as0nT'aanil Kins Tla,
at t rhl)r. ' am ""k l,rPr,ct?.
Astoria, Or.,Au2. 19, '88.
MUSTANG LINIMENT
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT, nscd vigor
stub; U death to Swteney.Wlnd Qallaore Eacxx.
Ordinance No. 1048 as Amended.
An ordinance resulatimr anil nrnliilv.
iting animals from running at large
within the limits of the city of Asteria:
The City of Astoria does ordain as
follews:
Section 1. No horses, mules, cattle,
sheep, swine, or goats, shall be allowed
to run at large or be herded in any of
the streets, alleys, parks, or public
places in the City of Astoria during any
of the hours of the day or night, except
wnen Deing driven inrougn lor snip
ment or Other nurnoses as hereinafter
provided, unless the owner or owners
of such animal or animals shall first ob
tain permission of the owner or agent
of the premises on which or in front of
which it is proposed to feed such ani
mal, and then and in that case such an
imal must be securely fastened with a
rope in the hands of some person suffi
ciently able to manage and control such
animal.
See 2. Any of the animals described
in section lot this ordinance found run
ning at large within the limits of the
city, except as provided in sections 1, 2
and 3, may be taken up by any police
officer or by"any person and impounded
In.a pound or enclosure to be provided
therefor; and such animal slnll be
provided with proper care, food and
water while so confined.
Sec 3. The Chief of Police shall give
immediate notice by posting written or
printed notices in three public places
within said city describing such anima1,
and stating that if the owner docs not
appear and pay costs and charges of the
seizure nndieeping such animal, within
three days from the date of the notice;
that tho animal will be sold at public
auction at a timo and place to be speci
fied in the notice, which notice inut be
dated of the date of posting the same.
Sec. 4. The owner or owners of any
animal or animals so impounded may
appear at any time after the seizure and
upon paying the costs and expenses of
keeping such animal, to wit: the sum
of one dollar per day while so impound
ed, and a further sum of one dollar as a
fee for impounding the animal, shall be
entitled to receive such animal, and all
sums so paid shall go to the Chief of Po
lice, or such person as he may authorize
to impose this ordinance as iicr-inafter
provided.
Sec. 5. The Chief of Police may, by
writing appoint a person to seize, take
possession of and keep, as herein pio
vided, all animals found running at
large contrary to this ordinance, and
such appointment, when made. shall lie
filed in the office of the Auditor and
Police J udge of said city.
SecC. If at the expiration of the no
tice, provided for in section three of
this ordinance, no person has appeared
and paid the costs, charges and fee for
impounding such animal, it shall be
the duty of the Chief of Police to pro
ceed and sell such animal, at the time
and place in such notice specified, at
public auction to the highest bidder for
cash, and retain from the proceeds of
such sale tho amount of said costs, ex
penses and fees, and tho overplus, if
any there be, shall bo paid into the city
treasury, and the Common Council, ui
on receiving satisfactory evidence of
ownership of such animal or animals,
shall order a warrant to be drawn upon
the treasury for such overplus in favor
of such owner.
Sec. 7. When any animal is im
pounded under this ordinance, if the
owner or owners thereof be known, a
copy of the posted notice shall bo per
sonally served upon such owner or
owners if he reside within the limits of
said city, but if such owner reside out
side tho city limits he may be served by
mail.
Sec. 8. Whenever any animal is
sold under this ordinance tho Chief
of Police shall make a report showing
his proceedings in full in relation to
tho matter, which report shall be hied
in the office of the City Auditor and Po
lice Judge.
Sec. 9. The sale of an animal under
the provisions of this ordinance shall
operate to convey unto the purchaser a
full, absolute and complete title to such
animal.
Sec. 10. It shall be unlawful for the
owner of any animal to permit the same
to wear a. bell within the city limits;
and the owner of such animal, upon
conviction thereof in Police Court;
shall be fined not to exceed one hun
dred dollars, or by Imprisonment not to
exceed twenty days, or both, in tho dis
cretion of thcjAuuitorand Police Judge.
Sec. 11. That ordinance No. 40.1, enti
tled ''To prevent animals from running
at large within certain limits within
the City of Astoria." approved Slarch
23rd, 1881, bo and the same is hereby
repealed.
See. 12. It shall be the duty of the
Chief ot Police and each Policeman and
Captain of Police to enforce the pro
visions of tins ordinance, ami any of
ficer knowingly failing so to do shall be
liable to removal for such neglect.
Sec. VS. No person or persons shall
hinder, interfere with or molest any
person or persons who may be engaged
in enforcing the provisions of this'or
dinance, and any person, upon convic
tion thereof in Police Court, shall be
fincd'uot less than five nor more than
fifty dollars, or by imprisonment not to
exceed twenty days, or both iu the dis
cretion of the Court,
Passed the Common Council July 10,
1888.
Attest- T. S. J r. wett.
Auditor and Police .1 udge.
Approved July 12. 1888.
C. II. PAflK,
Mayor.
Wholesalo and Retail
LIQUOR DEALERS.
finiiorters of All Brands of Foreign and Do
mestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
J. II. Cutter Whiskies a specialty. Val
Blalz Bottled Beer. Finest brands of Key
West and Domestic Cigars.
Liquors for Medicinal Purposes.
Family Trado Solicited. Ail orders from
tho City and Country promptly filled.
S.iucmoqua Street, - - - Astoria, Oregon.
Cariialian & Co.
SUCCESSORS TO
T. W. CASE,
IMPOKTERS AND WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL DEALERS TN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Corner Chcnamus and Cass streets.
ASTCKIA OREGON
MEXICAN MUSTANG! LINIMENT, for Max and
Et4Si: Greatest Curaffre discovery erer made.
North Pacific
BREWEEY, '
JOHNKOFP. - - - Proprietor.
Patronize Home Industry!
We supply as
GOOD A QUALITY OF BEER
As Any in the Market,
AT AS JtEASOXABfcE A I'JIICE.
The Nortli Pacific Brewery Beer
la Pure and Unadulterated.
It elves general Satisfaction and Is Furn
ished in liuautttlestoSult.
Iave orders With A, W. Ctzmger
next to Krrginau & Co.'s.or Fred Cooke,
next to l'oard k Stokes.
Dally Delivery In Any Part of the City.
THE
COSMOPOLITAN.
Utzingcr and Grosbauer, Props.
Fins Billiard Tables: Best of Wines
and Liquers: Choice Cigars.
A First Class I'lacc of Social Resort, liiui
iu a First Class Manner.
AUG. DANIELSON.
SAMPLE ROOMS,
Corner ot Water and West Ninth Streets.
Cliolce Lipors ana Cigars!
Every Attention to the Comfort of Patrons.
Agent for the Thingvalla Steamship Line
Direct.
The Gem Saloon.
The Popular Resort for Astorians.
For the
Finest of Wines and Liquors
Co to THE OEM SALOON.
ALEX. CAMPBELL. - PKOPUIKIOF
Old Corner Saloon,
IMiiJ. F. Itoircr, rrop'r.
Fine Wines, Liquors $ Cigars,
401 Clienamus Street.
Astoria, Ogn.
GERMANIA BEER HALL
The Celebrated
WEINHARD LAGER BEER,
On Draught
On Ice, and Drawn from the Wood.
Five Cents a Class.
Witt. BOCK,
Proprietor.
LOBB & CO.
Wines, Lipors ami dps.
A Large Stock of
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
THE TRADE
Supplied at Lowest Market Rates.
All orders filled promptly and Accurately.
Agents for First Class Foreign and Domestic
Brands.
Main street Opposite Paikcr House,
ASTORIA. .... OREOON.
The Astor House Saloon.
CEO. M. ROWE,
Everything Everybody Else Says,
and More Too.
The best is none too good for friends and
patrons. Will Try to Please.
Tito Astor House Haloon.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
NOTICE is hereby Riven that by
virtue of a warrant issued by the Aud
itor and Police Judge of the City of
Astoria, in accordance with an order
made by the Common Council of the
City of Astoria, by Ordinance No.
1047, entitled an Ordinance ordering the
Aditor to issue I 'warrants for the collec
tion of assessments remaining unpaid
on West nth street, between Water
street and Berry street, approved July
25th, 1888. Said warrant bearine; date
the 23th tlay of July, 1888, commanding
me to levy upon lot No. 1, in block No.
50; in the City of Astoria, as laidout and
recorded by J. M. Shively, to collect
an assessment of two hundred and fifty
and 75-100 dollars, which assessment
was made for the improvement of West
nth street., between Water street and
Berry street, by Ordinance No. 1045, en
titled an Ordinance declaring the prob
able cost of improving West nth street
from the South side Of Water street to
the South side of Berry street, approved
Juno2Uth,1888,I have this day levied
upon lot No. 1, in block No 60, in Shlve
ly's Astoria, and on Friday, the 14th
day of September, at 10 o'clock A. m. of
said day in front of the Court House
door in the City of Astoria, Clatsop
County. Oregon, will proceed to sell lot
Ne.l in block No. 5(i, in Shively's Asto
ria, to the highest bidder therefor, to
pay said assessment, costs and expenses
of sale. Said sale to be for U. S. gold
coin. W. .1. RAKKY,
Chief of Police.
Astoria. August 14th, 1888.
Magnus C. Crosby
Dealer In
IARDWABE, ION, STEEL.
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
STOVES. TINWARE
AND
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
SHEET IRON,
mLrx and Copper.
MUSTANG UNIMENT
MEXICAN MUSTANO UNIMENT rubbed U
saves reany a. valuable Borse and Mule' limbs.
Its peculiar efficacy' Is duo
........... nsmuch to tho process and,
NOTHINQ ukiu in compounding as to
i lire it the Ingredients themselves.
LIKE. I I Tafee u jQ tIme Jt cjj0cks
diseases lntho outset, or lr
tbey be advanced will prove a potent cure.
1 lie floi lie Wloiit It.
It takes the clace of a
doctor and costly pre- .
scriptlons. All who lead F WHOSE
sedentary lives will find benefit
It the best preventive of """"
and cure for IndleeirJon,
Conaapatlon, Headacbe, liUlouanesj,
Pllea and Mental Depression. No loss
or time, no Interference with business
while taking. For children It is most in
nocent and. harmless. No danger from
exposure after taking. Cares Collc,..Dl
arrhesa, Bowel Complaints, Fevertsh
ness and Feverish Colds. Invalids and
delicate' persons will find it the mildest
Aperient and Tonic they can use. A little
taken at night insures refreshing sleep
and a natural evacuation Of the bowels.
A little taken In the morning sharpens
tho appetite, cleanses the stomach and
weetens the breath.
A PHYSICIAN'S OPINION.
"I have been practicing medidne lbr
twenty years and nave never been able to
put up a vegetable compound that would,
like Simmons Liver Regulator, prompdy
and enectivehmove the Liver to action,
and at the same time aid (instead of weak
ening) the digestive and assimilative
powers of the system.
L. M. Hinton, m.d., Washington, Atk,
Marks of Genuineness: Look for tbojed
Trade-Mark on front of Wrapper, and the
Seal and Signature of J. H.Zellln & Co., la
red, on tho side. Take no other.
J. H, ZEIUN & CO., Philadelpha, Pa
Price S1.0O.
Great English Kerned'-.
TTOda M.rlt.
Murray's Specific.
A guaranteed cure for all
nervous diseases, such as
Weak Memory, Loss of Brain
Power. Hvsteria. Headache.
n . ., AOlU IU HIO Atfc'wtV, iirifUlU
Tlntn I a ii a Tin aIp VnnvpAim
oeren, lining, prostration wamulness.Leu
corrhoea. Universal Lassitude. Seminal
Weakness, Impotency and General loss of
power of the Generative Or- Trade Mart.
gans. In either sex. caused by
liidescretion orover exertion,
and which ultimately lead to
PrematureOld Age, Insanity
and Consumption. Sl.uo per
box or six boxes for Sa.00.
.Sent by mail on receipt of
price. Full particulars in
pamphlet, sent free to every
appneant AfterTaklng,
Wc Guarantee Six Boxes
To cure any case. For evcrv $5.00 order re
ceived, we send six boxes with written guar
antee to refund the money if our Speclflc
UUT3 MUb CUITUL U UUre.
Address all communications to the Sole
Manufacturers.
THK MUKK.VY MEDICINE CO.
.... Kansas City, Mo.
Sold In Astoria by J. W. Conn, sole agent.
CHIEF OP POLICE SALE.
NOTICE is hereby given that by vir
tue oi a warrant issuea oy me Auditor
and Police Judge of the Citv of Astoria,
in accordance with an order made by
the Common Council of the City of
Astoria, by Ordinance No. 1047, enti
tled an Ordinance ordering the Aud
itor to issue warrants for the collec
tion of assessments remaining unpaid
on West 9th street, between Water
street and Berry street, approved July
25th, 1888, said warrant bearing date
the 25th day of July, 1888, commanding
me to levy upon lot No.G. in block No.
20, in the City of Astoria as laid out
and recorded by J. M. Shively, to col
lect an assessment of two hundred and
fifty and 25-100 dollars, which assess
ment was made for the Improvement of
West nth street, between Water street
and Berry street, by Ordinance No.
1045, entitled an Ordinance declaring
the probable cost of improving West
9th street, from the South side of Water
street to the South side of Berry street,
approved June 29th, 1888,1 have this
day levied upon lot No.O, in block No.
20, in Shively's Astoria, and on Friday,
the 14th day of September, at 10 o'clock
A. it. of said day. in front of the Court
House door, in the City of Astoria, Clat
sop County, Oregon, will proceed to
sell lot No. 0. in block No. 20. in Shive
ly's Astoria, to the highest bidder there
for, to pay said assessment, costs and
expenses of sale. Said sale to be for
U. S. gold coin.
W.J. BARKY,
Chief of Police.
Astoria, August 14th, 1888.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
NOTICE is hereby given that by vir
tue of a warrant issued by the Auditor
and Police Judge of the City of Astoria,
in accordance with an order made by
the Common Council of the Citv of As
toria, by Ordinance No. 1047 entitled an
Ordinance ordering the Auditor to issue
warrants for the collection of assess
ments remaining unpaid on West nth
street, between Water street and Berry
street, approved July 23th, 1888, said
warrant bearing date the 25th day of
July, 18S8, commanding me to levy upon
the South of lot No.7 in block No.20 in
the City ot Astoria as laid out and re
corded by J. M. Shively, to collect an
assessment of four hundred and ninety
one dollars, winch "assessment was
made for the improvement of West 9th
street, between water street and Berry
street, by Ordinance No. 1045, entitled
an ordinanco declaring the probable
cost ot improving West 9th street, from
the South side of Water street to the
South side of Berry street, approved
June 29th, 1888, I have thb day
levied upon the South of lot
No. 7, in block No. 20, in Shively's
Astoria, and on Friday, the 14th day of
September, at 10 o'clock A. m., of said
day, in front of the Court House door
in the City of Astoria, Clatsop County,
Oregon, will proceed to sell the South
of lot M o. 7, in block No. 20, in Shive
ly's Astoria, to the highest bidder there
for, to pay said assessment, costs and
expenses of sale. Said sale to be for U.
b. gold coin.
W. J. BARRV,
Chief of Police.
Astoria, August 14th. 1888.
BOOTS AND SHOES!
Of Best Quality, and at
LOWEST PRICES,
-AT THE-
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN SHOE.
aroiQssr
MUSTANG UNIMENT
MEXICAN MDSTANO LINIMENT cures all all-
menta of IIorsks, Mens and Cattle. Bublui
What to do With light Weight (Joins.
"Light weight gold coins," said
an assistant United States treas
urer, "can be sold for their weight
in gold, the same as bullion. It is
our duty to stamp the word 'light
on all gold coins below weight
that come to dur hands. A cer
tain St. Louis bank once brought
SIUU.UUU in gold coin to the sub
treasury, and $3,200 of it proved
to be light, and was so marked by
us. Light gold coin is not re
deemable for its face value, but
the case is different with silver,
We give full-sized silver coins in
even exchange for silver coins
that are worn smooth, but in no
case do we redeem coins that arc
defaced or mutilated. Tim smooth
silver coins we send out to bi r
coined. Sometimes we receive1
light gold coins in the rr-iniitances
to the treasury of the country
postmasters. In all such circum
stances we stamp the light gold
and return it to the senders, borne
time ago the government officers
came to the conclusion that acids
Were used that reduced the size of
gold coins, making the pieces look
as they had been gradually worn
by Imndling, and that is one of
the principal reasons whv smooth
gold coins are not redeemed for
their coin-face value.
Pacts About The Sea.
The sea occupies three-fifths of
the surface of the earth.
At the depth of 3,500 feet waves
are not felt. The temperature is
the same, varying only a trifle
from the ice of the pole to the
burning sun of the equator.
A mile down the water has a
pressure of a ton to the square
inch. If a box six feet deep were
filled with sea water and allowed
to evaporate under the sun there
would be two inches of salt left at
the bottom.
Taking the average depth of the
ocean to be three miles, there
would be a layer of pure salt 230
feet thick on the Atlantic. The
water is colder at the bottom than
at the surface. Tn the many bays
on the coast of Norway the water
often freezes at the bottom before
it does above.
Waves are very deceptive: to
look at them in a storm one would
think the whole water traveled.
The water stays in the same place,
but the motion goes on. some
times in storms the waves are 40
feet high, and travel 50 miles an
hour more than twice as fast as
the swiftest steamer. The dis
tance from valley to valley is gen
erally 15 times the height, hence a
wave five feet high will extend
over ib feet of water.
Rtirlilcn's Arnica. Salr.
Thk Best Salve in the world foi
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It.is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by J.
C. Dement.
Fine Pigs For Sale.
1IIAVE SOME FINE BEHKSHIKE MALE
fles for sale. Any one desirous of Improv
ing liis breed ol hogs has here a good oppor
tunity. Apply to I). 1. Trulllnger, at J. C.
TriillingerS Mill.
MAKKETS.
Washington Market.
JUatu Street, Astoria, Oregon.
ItKIUJMAX & CO.IMtOi'lUKTOKS
RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN
tion of the public to the fact that the
above Market w til always be supplied with a
KU1.I. VAKIKTY AND 11EST QUALITY
ok
FRESH AND CURED MEATS ! 1
Which will be sold at lowest rates, whole
sale and retail .
rSTrlpeclal attention given to supplying
amps.
STARMAKKET.
WHERRY & COMPANY,
Fresh and Cured Meats,
"V Sttfclf3 ,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL,
CUKXAairs Street. Astoria, Oft.
Notice.
BY ItEQUEsT OF THE CHEHALIS
River Fishermen's Union of Gray's
Harbor, w. T all Fishermen are hereby no
tified to keep away as there has been no
settlement yet made with the canners.
Therefore, do not be misled.
A. SUTTON.
Sec'yClt, F.P.Union.
Astoria, August 23, I8S3.
City Tax Notice.
NOTICE IS HEEEBV GIVEN THAT THE
Tax Kollolthe city if Astoria, Clatsop
county. Oregon, Is now in my hands for col
lection and will remain with" me for thirty
days, after which time the taxes remaining
unpaid will be deemed delinquent, and as
such will be returned to the Auditor.
J.G.HUSTLKF..
City Treasurer and Tax Collector.
MUSTANG LINIMENT
MmcmMcsTAxaLEmit-ir conquers Sfayixs,
ScruTcms and Snuas In Hocses and Hulks,
FOR OLD PEOPL1
In old people the nervous system isweakened, andthnt must b- slren-lV-ed
One of the most prominent medical wnW f ,1, ' jTT T,l, . Tu-
-. uT,"?:."-''"?.01 "i"p-
-iJSSWiSWk
niiirw. jAisrn
vurVNl, rt
ir.v-1 acrrous. debilitated, and aM
WELLS. RICHARDSON CO.. Furlinc" Vt
I II Mil ll Mil I l.l nil "1-.IW.. Vll
I. E. & N.
FKOM ASTORIA TO
Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canby and llwaco.
Connecting by stages and steamboats for
Oysterville, Montesano and Olympio
STEAMER
fi& "GEN. CANBY,"
Tnos. Paiikkb. Master.
Will leave Astoria daily (Sundays excepted)
for
rt. Stevens. Ft. Canby and llwaco,
at 8 A. M., except as below.
With Oysterville Malls and Express dally,
and
Through Mails to points beyond, and
Montesano, W.T., on
Mondays. 'Wednesdays and Fridays.
On Tuesdays and Saturdays .the
Oen. Canhy will make two round trips,
leaving Astoria first timo at 8 a.m. ami on
second trip (about 2 p. m.) 3 hours after ar
rival mini nrst inp.
Tickets to Ilwaoo. ......
... . (at tho office) .10 rcniM
Kound Trip SI OO
Passengers will save 25 cents by purchas
ing tickets before going on board.
llwaco Freight per Ton, - $2.00
S3y-For Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the otllce of tho compauy,:raV
w harf , foot of Benton street.
J. U. D. GRAY,
'Agent
DR. SPINNEY
& cos
NOKTHWESTEUN D1SPENSAIIY,
183 First St., comer Yamhill, Portland.
All Chronic, Nervous and Private Diseases
of 3Ien and Women
HaercHsfally Treated.
Such as Lost Manhood, Nervous nndPhysical
Debility. Exhausted Vitality. Seminal Weak
noss, Spormatorrha-a. Prostatorrha;a. Impo
toncy. Oonorrha'a, Gleet, Syphilis, Disease
of tho Kidneys, Liver, Luncs. Heart, and
Stomach ; I'reniature Decline WEAKNESS
IN WOMEN, and all Functional Derange
ments that rosult from youthful follios or ex
cess in later years.
Young ACexa.
Who may bo suffering from the effects of
youthful follios or indiscretion will do well to
avail thoinsolvcs of this, the greatest boon
ever laid at tho altar of suffering humanity.
DR. SPINNEY will Guarantee to
Forfeit S500 for every caso of Seminal
Weakness or private diseaso of any kind or
charactor which ho undertakes and fails to
" MIDDLE-AGED MEN
Thoro aro many at the age of SO to fO who
are troubled with too frequent ovacuations of
tho bladder, often accompanied by n slight
smarting or burning sensation and a weaken
ing of the svstcm in a manner tho patient can
not account for. On examining tho urinary
deposits, a ropy sedimont will often bo found,
and sometimes small particles of albumen
will appear, or the color will bo of a thin,
whitish hue. aeain changing to a dark. torDid
appearance. Thero are many men who dio of
this difficulty, ignorant of tho cause, which is
the second stage of seminal weakness. DK.
SPINNEY will Guarantee .1 Verted
Cure in such cases.'and a 'healthy restora
tion ot tno genito-unnary organs.
Hours. 10 to 5 and 7 to 9 : Sunday. S to 11 A
St.. only.
Consultation free : examination, S2.00.
I2 BWW)ct
fcs
S9&
HEALTH.
BISCA8E.
Le Rlcliau's Golden Balsam r.'o. 1
Cures Chancres, first and second sta-cs;
Sores on the Legs and Body; Sore Ears,
Eyes, Nose, etc., Copper-colored Blotches.
Syphilitic Catarrh, diseased Scalp, and all
primary forms ot tho diseaso known aa
Syphilis. Price, S5 00 per Bottle.
Le BIchau'g Golden Balsam No. 3
Cures Tertiary, MereurialSyphilltie Rheu
matism, Tains in tho Bones, Pains In tho
.Head, back of tho Neck, Ulcerated Soro
Throat, Syphilitic Rash, Lumps and con
tracted Cords, Stiffness ot the Limbs, anil
eradicates all disease from the system,
whether caused by indiscretion or abusa
cf Mercury, leaving the blood puro and
healthy., Price 85 00 per Bottle.
Lo Rlchnu'a Golden Spanish Anti
dote for tho cure ot Gonorrhoea, Gleet,
Irritation Gravel, and all Urinary or Ocnl
tM disarrangements. Price 33 SO iir
Bottle.
Lo Richan's Golden Spanish In
jection, orscvero cases ot Gonorrhea,
lnflammatoryQleet.Strictures,&c. Price
$1 SO per Bottle.
Lo Itlclian's Golden Ointment
lor tho effectivs healing of Syphilitic Sores,
and eruptions. Price 81 00 per Box.
I.e RIchau'a Goldeu Pills Nerve
and Brain treatment; loss ot physical pow
er, ciccm or over-work. Prostration, etc.
Price 33 00 per Box.
Tonic and Xervino,
tent everywhere, C. O. D., securely packed
per express.
C. F. RICHARDS & CO. 4 Ajrents,
427 i 429 Sansomo street. Corner clav,
k X-in Francisco. Cal. .
CIRCULAR ZIAILED FP.r.n. vr
Boat Building.
JOE LEATHERS
Is at tho old stand prepared to build all
Aiuua ui uuaw ux'u 011 me 1 aciuc uuasi.
TtllilflPr tT ttaimBN fl.lm. Vnvnvtf
Tonquin, and others.
Workmanship llrst.class.
MUSTANG LINIMENT
Mexican MTTSTANQinirMENT cores Piles.
'ou Sobes. Caked BausTs-all iHFUjnunos. .
s&m
an m3Lxmz
.W r-fi
TA.CJB!-t
D, Y5iPSCK;
- -- -. ,. UUJoll3 ameng the aged, says : " I he
various ; pains ;, rheumatic cr ether, which old people often
"mr? "'! WEIC" materially diitarb their comfort.
result from disordered nerves." There it is in a nut hell
the medicine for old r-cpk must be a nerve tonic.
-. ?. ,uC 1,-ar.i v.-.iii constipation, tlatu
iency, drcwn? a, diairfioa, indiccsdoa. rhcu-
nictistn, nurr.!.-.. These diseases are of
nervous cn.-:r Paina's Celery Compound,
t-iatsreat nerve tonic, is almost a specific
in weso ih.,erdas, and by its regulating
mfiuence on the liver, bowels, and
kuln.-)?, removes the disorders peculiar
t .I I aje. Uld people End it stimulating
' j lite vi'a, i.o,vers, productive cf appetite,
- . 1 a ; .-.iiuotu-r of digestion. '
nan - .!.. ,.-, t.:.. . it :. ...... ""'
TRANSPORTATION LINKS.
0. E. & N. CO.
TO FOHTLAH 3D ,
... 1IAnd Way Landings.
the Steamers of the O. It. & j. Co .
lS3f tf&i?We87" 'e Comi-am
Jiocfc. Merj liny, Sundays excepted, at C
-runnln5grd "" "'
TO SAN FRANCISCO.
ciJVo? on,y ,lne of s"msh'P3 to San Fr.m-
nv8Jdays!W leaVC Companr,s n every
ltegular Line or
Tow Boats and Barges,
For Towage and Lighterage.
STORAGE OF Al.t. KlffPS.
Inquire at Company's Dock or at City Ot
Additional Steamboat Service on the
LOWER COLUMBIA
The Fast and Elegant Steamers,
R. R. Thompson and S. G. Reed.
Will run as
Klslit Ilout.t between AMtoria and
Portland.
paving Astoiia at 8 r. m. : retunih.ir
lave 1'nitlaml at 11 0 r. jr..
KVR11Y XI GUT.
Connecting with All tiie Trains.
M .15 . BOZOirril. E. A. NOYE3.
Ticket Ai;ent. Agent,
TO SAN mini CAL,
-I'.V WAV OP THK-
Southern Pacific Company's
LINES.
The Mt. Shasta Route.
Quicker in Timo than any Other
Routo Between
Portland and San Francisco.
LEAVE PORTLAND 4 P. M. Dally
TKROUCH TIME 39 HOURS.
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS,
TOURIST SM5KFIAG CAKH
For accommodation of Second-class Pass
engers, attached to Express Trains.
ARKfrom Portland to Sacramento and
San Francisco,
Unlimited - $25 00
First JInu Limited . . S'-iO 00
Second. CIuhs " - 815 00
It, KOEHLER, E. P. KOGEKS,
Manager. Asst. O. F. & Pass. A gt.
S.ARNDT&tfERCBEN
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
BLACKSMITH
SHO
Boiler Shoo f-
.
, All kinds of
EMGTJTE, CANKEY,
AND
STEAMBOAT WOEK
Promptly attended to.
Aspectalty made of repairing
CANNERY DIES,
FOOT OK LAFAYETTE STREET.
J. a. D. GliAY
Wholesale and retail dealer In.
GROCERIES FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND AND CEMENT
VJC1JI-KI.I IHUlU -" n --
able terms. Foot ol Kenton street, Astoria,
Oregon.
G. A. STINSON & CO.,
BLACKSM1T.HING,
M Capt. Rogers old stand, corner of Cass
and Court Streets.
Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoehnr.
Wagons made and repaired. Good work
guaranteed.
I prescribe and fully
endorse Big O as the
only specific for the cer
tain cureot this disease.
U. U. INOBAHAM, V. J.
Amsterdam, N. Y.
We have sold Big C tor
many years, and It has
.3iven me ukui uisaus-
iiaciion.
1). U. DrcnK A Co..
Chlca20.HL
Trade
St. Sold by Druggists
SoIdbyJ.W.Conn.Astoris. Oregon.
MUSTANG LINIMENT
I MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT should al-
ways bo kept In Hocse, Stable and Factory.
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