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Iftc gatltf gteftum ASTOKIA. OREGON: FiIDAY A.UGUST 31. 18S8. TIIE TAULG VOn A8TOIUA. HIGH WATER. I IXIVT WATEB. First. becovid. First. Second. It I -z o - o 3 I a S m S ij P ia P a h s M H IS ..f !)5.' 10 55 11 41 12 Sty 0 41 123 ao. 2 3 23 4 07 500 C 08 737 9 ft! 07 10 10 11 11 11 55 1 07 1 43 2 IS 2 4G 3 15 3 47 425 503 5 49 f. 47 7 55 77 Si 3 19 4 22 5 15 C01 6 41 7 19 7 55 827 858 9 33 03 -0 3 1 1:1 125 123 ; 15 : oo ' 43 !23 101 138 I 21 : 10 3Ga 137 83 OS -11 -13 8 4 7 9 8 1 81 3 1 -11 -06 -01 05 11 18 25 1C 14 17 91 7 7 7 5 7 3 7 1 0 9 10 12 10 53 0 Oi 1 10 2 19 G9I 1 I 1 m The Hours between mldnignt and noon are desisnated by a (a. M.), those between noon and midnight by p (p. m.). Oh. ODm.o denotes midnight, ufc. 00m. j denotes noon. Tne height is reckoned from the level oi average lm erlow waters tow hleh the sound ings are "iven on the Coast Survey charts. Hughes & Go Wholesale and Retail LIQUOR DEALERS. Importers of All Brands or Foreign and Do mestic Wmes, Liquors and Cigars. J II. Cutler Whiskies a specialty. Val Blatz llottled llcer. Finest brands of Key West and Domestic Cigars. Liquors for Medicinal Purposes. Family Trade Solicited. All orders from the City and Country promptly tilled. Squemoqua Street, - - - Astoria, Oregon. CHIEF OK POLICE SALE. NOTICE is hereby given that by vir tue of a warrant Nsticd by the Auditor and l'olicc Jiidsc of the City 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 htiecr, between Water street and llerry street, approved July 23th. I8S8, said warrant bearing date the 23th day of July, 1888, commanding me to levy upon lot No.C in block No. 20, in the City of Astoria as laid out and recorded by J. M. Shivcly, to col lect an assessment of two hundred and fifty and 23-100 dollars, which assess ment was made for the improvement of West nth street, between Water street and ISerry street, by Ordinance No. 1045, entitled an Ordinance declaring the probable cost of improving West 9th street, irom the South side of Water street to the South side of Berry street, approved Juno 29th, 1888,1 have this day levied upon lot No.C, 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, Clat sop County, Oregon, will proceed to sell lot No. (i. in block No. 20, in Shivc 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. DARKY, Chief of l'olice. Astoria, August 14th, 1888. Notice. MY WIFi: AND I WILL NOT DE BE sponslhle lor any debts contracted only by us. 1 O'HAKA. WestSixthStrectAssessmcntNotice NOTICE is hereby given that the as sessment made by Ordinance No. 1,031 of the City of Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon, and which ordinance passed the Common Council on the 14th day of August, 18S8 and was approved on the 15th day of August 1888, for the im provement of West Sixth street in the city of Astoria as laid out and recorded by J. M. Shively. from the north side of Water street to the south side of Wall street, in the manner provided by Ordi nance No. 1,0H of said city, and which ordinance passed the Common Council on the 28th day of June, 1883. and was approved on the 29th day of June, 1888, on each of the following described lots and portion of lots fronting on said por tion of said street is now payable at the office of the city treasurer in U. S. gold or silver coin, and unless paid within five days of the final publication of this notice, to wit: on or before Monday. September 17th, 1888, the Common Council will order warrants issued for the collection thereof. The assessment is as follews: O. K. & N. Co . N. B5 feet of block 133; cost of planking, $139.83; total cost, l:s.s3. T. Daily, S 50 feet of lot 1, block 120; cost of planking, $10L1U; total cost, SI01.1U. Wriuht & Hubbard, lotl, block 113; cost of grading, S92.23; cost of planking, Sim: total cost, S2l2.2.r. P. Johnson, lot 12, block 113; cost of grading, $7CriO: cost of planking, 150; toLil cost, $22OS0. P. E. Fcrchen, lot 7, block 112; cost of grading, $7i25t cost of planking, S150; total cost, $222 .25. Wm. Kneymeyer, lot C, block 112 : cost of grading, fi9.75; cost or planking, S150; total cost. S219.75. Dan Graham, N 40 feet of lot 0, block 121; cost of planking. $113.15; total cost, 5113.15. O. It. & N. Co.. lot fi, block 132; cost of planking, S325.98; total cost, S325.9S. Mrs.T. O'Brien, S 40 feet of lot 1, block 133; cost of planking, $132.78; to tal cost, S132.78. A. A. Cleveland, and O. P. Henry, mid. 30 feet of lot 1, block 133; cost of planking, S85J7; total cost, $83.57. .las. Taylor, S 85 feet of lot G, block 121; cost of planking, $191.3S; total cost, S19L38. Mrs. T. O'Brien, N 75 feet of lot 1, block 120; cost of planking, $151.78; to tal COSt, SLril.78. By order of the Common Council. Attest : T. S. J E wett, Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, August 29th, 1888. Notice. BY ItEQUEsT OF THE CHEIIALIS River Fishermen's Union of Uray's Harbor, W. T all Fishermen are hereby no tlned to keep away as there lias been no settlement yet made with the canners. flierctore, do not be misled. A. SUTTON. .. . Sec'yCK. F.P.Union. Astoria, August 23, 1888. MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT, used vigor nsUldeothto8wlniier,Wtadaalls,Sore Backs, SOCIETY 3IEETIXG8. Tomplo Lodge, No. 7A.F.A.M "OEGULAR COMMUNICATIONS Xti first and third Tuesdays lu each month, at 7 o'clock, p. M.. at the, Hall In Astoria. Members ot the order hi gooa standing are lnvnea to attend.. By order ol the . W.M. Beaver Lodge No. 35, 1. 0. 0. F. -REGULAR MEETING EV- jigM.. XX ery Thursday evening atflOEgJUci 7:30 o'clock, at the Lodge SEEfSS? room In Odd Fellow3 Hall. Asto- w ria. Sojourning members oi the order In good standing, cordially Invited to attend. By order N. (. OceanKncampment,No.l3,I. O.O.F. KEG DLAJi MEETINGS OF OCEAN EN campiueiit No. 13. I. O. O. F., at the Lodge, In the Odd Fellows Building, at seven r si., on the second and fourth Mondays ol e.ich month. Sojourning breth ren cordially Invited. . By .order C. P. Seaside liodge No. 12, A. O. U. W. REGULAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W. will be held In their Hall in Pythian Castle, on Saturday evening of each week, at 7 o'clock. Members of the order in good standing, and visiting Brothers are Invited to attend. Li brary will be open fifteen minutes before and after each meeting. Bv order M. W. W. B. ROSS, Rec. Astor Lodge No. G, K. or P. REGULAR MEETINGS EVERY WED nesday e eulng at 7 -.30 r. m. at Pj tliiau Castle. Sojourning Knights m good Mainl ine cordially invited to attend. By order O. C. II. E. NELSON, K oflCandS. Select Knights of A. O, U. W. REGULAR MEETING OF NORTII westem Legion No. 2, will be held at their headquarters in Fythian Castle on 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each mouth at K r. m. Members of the Legion in good standing and visiting comrades arc united to attend, Drill each month. By order of commander. ii. a.;.;.iiiii, Kic, Scandinavian Benevolent Society. REGULAR MEETINGS OFTHIS.SOOIE ty at their looms in Pjthlan building at eight o'clock r. St.. on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month, AUG. DANIEI.SON, Secretary. Company H, O. N. G. REGULAR DRILLS EVERY WL'DNKS dayeveniug. Regular meetings first Wednesday or each month at s r. m A. K. SI I AW, Commander. Clatsop Lodge No. 113, TJ. O. of H. REGULAR MEETINGS EVERY Wednesday evening at s o'clock in Iodgc-rooin over Carnaluu & Co.'s store. So journing brothers invited to attend. Common Council. REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND fourth Tuesday evenings of each month at VA o'clock. ea-Persons desiring to havo matters acted upon by the Council, at any regul.tr meet ing must present the s.ime to the Auditor and Clerk, on or before the Friday evening Eriortothe Tuesday on w hich the Council olds its regular meeting. TUOS.S.JEWETT, Auditor and Clerk. ASTOUIAN DIBIXTORY. STATE OFFICERS. United States Senators JJ; MiiVliell Representative in Congress-Binger Hermann Governor..... Sj lvestcr Petino er Governor's Secretary ... W. A. Miinley Secretary of State G. W. Mclir.de Assistant Secretary .... B. F. Glltner State Treasurer. .......G. W. Webb Sup't Public Instruction K. B. McEIroy State Printer F. a Baker Clerk School Land Board .Napoleon Davis Sup't Insane Asylum Dr. Harry Lane Sup't Penitentiary . Robt. Clow i W. P. I. .-W.AV.l (iLS.Sti v. i". jxiru Judges Supreme Court.. Tinker stranan Judces Circuit Court-First Distrlct-L. B, Webster. Second 1L S. Bean. Third It. P. BoUe. Fourth Department 1, E. 1). Shat- nicK : department-', i.. u. steams, nuu r. .1. Ta lor. Sixth L. Isoin and G. W. Walker. seventh J. ii. uim. Railroad Commissioners J. II. Slater, of Latlranile: Geo. Waiaroner. of Cervallis: and J. R. N. Bell, of Roeburg, chief clerk. Health Oftlcer Dr. O. II. Es'cs COUNTY OFF1CKKS. County Judge .C. II. Page County Commissioners -j Kvfsmitli.rB Clerk ... . C. J. Trenchard Sheriff W. G. Ross Treasurer................ J, C. Dement Assessor Jos. Sinnott superintendent of bchools O. w. Shively CIIlErT OF POLICE SALE. NOTICE is hereby given that by vir tue of a warrant issued by the Audilor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria, in accordance with an order made by the Common Council of the City of As toria, by Ordinance No. 1017. entitled an Oidinance ordering the Auditor to issue warrants for the collection of as sessments remaining unpaid on West 0th street, between Waier street and Berry street, approved July 23th, 1888, said warrant bearing date the 25th day ot July, 1888, commanding me to levy upon the North 77 feet of lot No. 1, in bio k No. 13, in the City of Astoria as laid out and recorded by J, JI. Shively, to collect an assessment of forty-two and 75-100 dollars, which assessment was made for the improvement of West Utli street, between Water street and Berry street, by Ordinance 1045. entitled an Ordinance declaring the probable cost of of improving West Dth street, from the South side of Wa fer street to tho South side of Berry street, approved June 20th, 1888, 1 have this day levied upon the North 77 feet of lot No. 1, in block No. 1!), in Shively's Astoria, and on Friday, the 14th day of September, at 10 o'clock a. si. of said day in front of the Court House door in the City of Astoria, Clatsop County, Ore gon, will proceed to sell th North 77 feet of lot No. 1, in block No. IP, in Shively's Astoria, to the highest bidder therefor, to pay, said assessment, costs and expenses of salo. Said sale to be for U. S. gold coin. W.J.BAUKV, Chief of Police. Astoria, August 14lli, 1888. Garnaliaii & Co. SUCCESSORS TO ' I. "W. CASE, IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Corner Chenamus and Cass streets. ASTCRIA OREGON , MEXICAN MDSTANQ LINIMENT, for JUs and Beast. Greatest Curort" discovery ever made. -i North Pacific BREWERY, JOHNKOPP, - - - Proprietor. Patronize Home Industry! We supply as GOOD A QUALITY OF BEER As Any in the Market, AT AS KKASOXABIiK A PRICI'. The North Pacific Brewery Beer Is Pute and Unadulterated. It Rives general Satisfaction and is Furn ished In Quantities to Suit. Leave orders With A, W, Utzinper next to nerpman uo.'s.or Fred joone. next to Koaia & Stokes. D.Uly Delivery in Any Part of the City. THE COSMOPOLITAN. Utzingcr and Grosbauer, Props. Fine Billiard Tables: Best of Wines and Liquers: Choice Cigars. A First Class Place of Social Resort, Run m a First Class Manner. AUG. BANIELSON. SAMPLE ROOMS, Coiner ot Water and West Ninth Streets. Choice Liprs ai Ciprs ! Every Attention to the Comfort of Patrons. Agent for the ThhiKvalla Steamship Line Direct. The Gem Saloon. The Popular Resort for Astorians. For the Finest of Wines and Liquors Co to THE (1EM SALOON. ALEX. CAMPP.ELL. - PROPR'lETOU Old Corner Saloon, Pliil. r.Ilower, Prop'r. Fine Wines, Liquors $ Cigars, 101 ClifnamuH Street, Afttorla, Offn. GERMANIA BEER HALL The Celebrated WEINHARD LAGER BEER, On Draught On Ice, and Drawn from the Wood. Five Cents a Class. WM. BOCK, Proprietor, LOBB & OO. files, Liprs an! Cigars. A Large Stock of FIRST CLASS GOODS. THE TRADE Supplied at Lowest Market Rates. All orders tilled promptly and Accurately. Agents for First Class Foreign and Domestic Brands. Main street Opposite Parker House, ASTORIA. - - - - OREGON. The Astor House Saloon. CEO. M. ROWE, Everything Everybody Else Says, The best Is none too good for friends anuj patrons, win rryio nease. Tli a Astor House Saloon. CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. NOTICE is hereby civen 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 ot Astoria, by Ordinance No, 1047, entitled an Ordinance ordering the Aditor to issue, warrants for the collec tion of assessments remaining unpaid on West Dth street, between Water street and I3erry street, approved July 25th, 18S8. Said warrant bearing date the 25th day of July, 1888, commanding me to levy upon Jot No. 1, in block No. 50, in the City of Astoria, as laid out 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 9th street, between Water street and Berry street, by Ordinance No. 1045, en titled an Ordinance declaring tho prob able cost of improving West 9th street from the South side Of Water street to the South side of Berry street, approved June 29th, 18S8, 1 have this day levied upon Iot,No. 1, in block No 50, jn shive ly's Astoria, and on Friday, tho 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. 50, 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. J. BAltltY, Chief of Police. Astoria. August 14th, 1888. Magnus 0. Crosby Dealer In HARDWARE, ffiOH, STEEL. Iron Pipe and Fittings, STOVES. TINWARE AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD SHEET IRON, 271X1. AND Ooppor. MUSTANG LINIMENT IIexicm Uustaxo Lisuiest conquers Sravcu, ScaircQEs and Sriutsa in Hobses and Holes. vm Jj3 No One Need Remain A Dyspeptic. "I have been suffering for over two years with Dyspepsia. For tho last year I could not take a drink of cold water nor eat any meat without vomiting i t up. My life was a-misery." I had had recommended Simmons Liver Eegulator, of which I am now taking the second bottle, and the fact is that words cannot express the relief I feel. My appetite is very good, and I digest everything thoroughly. I sleep well now, and I used to be very restless. I am flesh ing up fast; good strong food and Simmons Liver Regulator have done it all. I write tln"3 in hopes of bene fiting some one who has suffered as I did, and would take oath to these state ments if desired." E. S. BALLOU, Syracuse. Neb. J. H, ZEILIN d CO., Phlladelpha, Pa Price Sl.OO. Great English Remedy. Trade Mark. Murray's Specific. A guaranteed cure for all nervoui diseases, such as Weak Memory, Loss of Drain Tower, Hysteria, Headache, 1ln In tha Tlinlr Winirnun Before Taking. ProstratlonWakeftilness.Leu- enrrhoca. Universal Lassitude, Seminal Weakness, Iinpotency and General loss of power of tlie Generative Or- Trade Murt. Kans, In either sex. caused by lndescretioii or over exertion, and which ultimately lead to Premature Old Age. Insanity and Consumption. Sl.OO per box or six boxes for S500. Kent by mail on receipt of price. Full particulars lu pamphlet, sent freq, to every applicant Aft8rTklnE. We Guarantee Six Boxes To cure any case. For everv $5.00 order re ceived, we send six boxes with written guar antee to refund the money ir our Specific does not effect a cure. Address all communications to the Sole Manufacturers. THE MURKAY MEDICINE CO. , ,,. Kansas City, Mo. Sold In Astoria by J. W. Conn, sole agent. CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. NOTICE is hereby Riven that by vir tue ui a warrant issiieu Dy itie Auditor andl'olioe Judge of the City of Astoria, in accordance with an order made by tlin fVimmnti Vnnnll r.9 .1... 't... ..f A n .m vuuiiuuii vuuiiui ui llir- lty Ul ..- tona. by Ordinance No. 1047 entitled an Ordinance ordering the Auditor to issue warrants lor tne collection of assess ments remaining unpaid on West 9th street, between Water street and Berry street, approved July 25th, 1888, sain warrant bearing date tho iath day of July, 18S8, commanding me to levy upon the South of lot No.7 in block No.20 in the City of Astoria as laid out and re- coruea by J. fli. Hhively, to collect an assessment of four hundred and ninety one dollars, winch assessment was made for the improvement of West Oth street, between water street and Berry street, by Ordinance No. 1045. entitlpd an ordinance declaring the probable cost of improving West 9th street, from tho South side of Water street to the South side of Berry street, approved June 29th, 1888, 1 have this day levied upon the South of lot No. 7, in block No. 20, in Shively's Astoria, and on Friday, tho 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 Countv. Oregon, will proceed to sell tho South of lot No. 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. S. gold coin. W. J. BAKRV. Chief of Police. Astoria, August 14th, 1888. CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of a warrant issued by the Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria, in Common Council of the City of Astoria, uy uiumimce 1x0. iui, emuieu an urdi nance ordering the Auditor to issuo war ranto fnr thn nnllpntinrr nf QCaaaambtifn wn mammg unpaid on West Oth street, uohtccu .mier Btreei anu uerry Btreet, approved July 25, 1888. Said warrant bear ing date the 25th day of July 1888, com manding me to levy upon lot No. 0, in block io.55, in the City of Astoria as laid out and recorded by J. AI. Shively, tO Collect nn flQSPcmntit t coi'A. 1,.. iei ?nd fortv-five aud 25-100 dollars, nuiuu assessment was maUO lor MO improvement of West Oth street, be tween Water street and Berry street, by Ordinance No. 1045, entitled an Ordi nance declaring the probablo cost of improv ng West Oth street, from the Smith sui nf Wnfm- of .- . un.,i. siiie of Berry street, approved June 20th, iV . ""o "us uuy levieu upon 101 No. (i, in block No. 55, in Shively's As toria, and on Friday, the 14th day of September, at 10 o'clock a. m., of said d??! in front of the Court House door in the City of Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon, will proceed to soli lot No. 6, in block No. 55. in Shively's Astoria, to the highest bidder therefor, to pay said assessment, costs and expenses of sale. Said sale to be for U. S. gold coin. W. 3. BARBY, t Astoria, August 14th, 1888. BOOTS AND SHOES! Of Best Quality, and at LOWEST PRICES, -AT THE- SIGN OF THEJOLDEH SHOE. JOEcur MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN MD3TANa UNGUENT rulUd in garet re any a valuable Horse and Hule'a limbs. - f433&!&fg: . i-. ga,i'. Anchovies are so plentiful at Trebizond that they are sold for 27 cents a hundred weight for food for paupers and for fertilizing purposes, and during the first part of the season each year so many are thrown away that the whole city is pervaded with the smell of their rottenness. Porpoises ate also very plentiful, about 40,000 hundred weight a year being caught, according to the British consul, which yield about half that weight of oil. A French journal published for the purpose of giving curious in formation has been investigating the story that during the Reign ol j Terror Mile, de Sombreuil was made to drink a glass of hiwiiun blood as the price of her lifi- tmd. asserts that this honored legend is untrue- All the foundation there could be for it, the paper savs, is that she probably was asked to drink a glass of wine to tho health of tho repnblic and the hand of the man who gave it to her might have been dripping with blood, A peer who had always ordered his coats through his vaiet stepped into his tailor's on Piccadilly to order one himself. When he gave the address the tailor, supposing him to be a new valet, slipped a little packet into his hand, with "Here's your commission, and it's your own fault if you don't earn more. Just you take this brush and give the old man's clothes a good wipe down with it every morning. He doesn't wear half as many coats as he should." It was a steel wire brush. The peer took the money and his custom with him. Cleanse the blood with Aycr's Sarsaparilla, and realize what poor health you have had. After a band boy has taken a few lessons on an instrument he be comes his own tooter. Picayune. Rucliln's Arnica Salvo. Thk IJest Salve in the world foi Cuts, Bruises, Sores, UIcers,SaltlMieum, Fever Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Krup 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. MAKKETS. Washington Market. Mnln Street, Axtnrln, Orrjron. UEKCUAX & CO. PltOPUIKTOItS KKSPECTFULLY CALL TflK ATTEN tlon of the public 10 the fact that the aDove Market will always be supplied w 1th a FULL VA1HETY AND BEST QUALITY OK FRESH AND CURED MEATS ! 1 Which will be sold at lowest rates, whole sale and retail. EPSpe-lal attention Riven to supplying ships. STAR MARKET. WHERRY & COMPANY, Fresh and Oared Meats, FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS. OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL, CHKXA3ITJS Htreet, Astoria, Osr. Van Dusen & Go. DEALERS IN Hardware and Ship Chandlery, Pure Oil, Bright Varnish, Binaclc Oil, Cotton Canvas, Hemp Sail Twine, Cotton Sail Twine. Lard Oil, Wrought Iron Spikes, .Galvanized Cut Nails. Agricultural Implements, Sewing Machines, Paints, Oils, Groceries, DE3tc. Notice ot Purchase. T HAVE THIS DAY PURCHASED THE jl Koaaway Market. All hills and accounts of the market up to the 17th Inst., are to be paid to and collected by Jno. W. Welch. r. O'HAKA. Astoria, August 17th, 1838. Inferring to the above, I would say that I have resumed the meat business and will keep a good supply of tine fresh meats, at my former stand. Meat promptly delivered in any part of the city. City Tax Notice. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVENTnATTHE Tax Roll of the citv of Astoria. Clatsop county, Oregon, is now in my hands for col lection and will remain with me for thirty days, pfter which time the taxes remaining unpaid will be deemed delinquent, and as such will be returned to tho Auditor. J. G, HU STL Kit. 6ity Treasurer and Tax Collector. Notice. ION TIA, DO NOTIFY THE PUBLIC that I, On Tla, the merchant tailor, of Astoria. Or., have this day bought the en tiKintirprnf nn Tla : fin. Tne firm name heretofore known as On Tla and JCIhb Tia, On Tia & Co. I, On Tia, am sole proprietor, at Astoria, Or. Astoria, or,, Aug. is, '. Fine Pias For Sale. THAVE SOME FINE BERKSHIRE HALE I Dfi r .,!. a in nrta rf Mlmiit fif Itnnmv- lng his breed of hogs Has heie a good oppor tunity. Apply to I). P.Trullingcr, at J. C. Trulllngert Mill. MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT cures all alt- menu of Horses, 15CXES tod Cattle. Rub hi .HW-,-- SS'WtottLj.ggig fat-g&fe Lactat Endorsed by 10,000 Physicians As a perfect food for Invalids, In dyspepsia, fovors, sick headache diarrnma, feeble digestion, and all wasting diseases, and for Infanti deprived of mother's milk, or vwhon weaning. The Favorite Food Hahnemann Hospital. New Yoee City. " Wo have been using Dictated Food for sever al months post In cases of dyspepsia, after opera tions, and with children, and in all cases it has answered admirably. Wo would gladly recom mend it as a food easily digested, nutritions, and not disagreeable to the patient." F. S. FCLToy, M. D., House Surgeon. The Most Palatable, Nutritious, and Digestible Food The Best and most Economical Food. ISO Meals for an Infant for Sl.OO. Easily prepared. At Druggists 25cts.,50cts.,Sl I. E. & N. Go. FROM ASTORIA TO Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canby and Ilwaco. Connecting by stages and steamboats for Oystervilie, Montesano and Olympia STEAMER sEL "GEN. CANBY," Tiios. Paukkr. Master. iVill leate Astoria daily (Sundays excepted) for Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canbr and Ilwaco, at O A. M.. except as below. With Oystervilie Mails and Express dally, and Through Mails to points beyond, ai.d Montesano, "W.T., on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. On Tuesdays and Saturdays ihe Gen. Canhii will make two round trips. leavinir Astoria ilrst time at 8 a.m. and on second trip (about 2 v. M.) 3 hours after ar- i rival iroin nrsi trip. Tickets to Ilwaco ... (at4he olllce) 50 rents Hound Trip SI OO Passengers will save 25 cents by purchas ing tickets before going on board. Ilwaco Freight per Ton. - $2.00 t3?For Tickets, Towage or Charter ap ply at the olllce of the company, Ji-i' wharf, foot of Benton street. J. II. D. GRAY, Acent. DR. SPINNEY & CO'S NORTHWESTERS DISPENSARY, 183 First St., corner Yamhill, Portland. AH Chronic, Nervons and Private Diseases ot" Men and Women BucceHHfnlly Treated. Such as Lost Manhood, Nervous andPhysical Debility, Exhausted Vitality.Scminal Weak ness, Spermatorrhoea, l'rostatorrhoea. Impo tency. Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Syphilis, Discaso of tho Kidneys, Liver, Lungs. Heart, and Stomach : i'roinaturo Decline, WEAKNESS IN WOMEN, and all Functional Derange ments that rosult from youthful follios or ox cess in later years. Who may bo suffering from tho effects of youthful follies or indiscretion will do woll to avail thoinselves of this, the greatest boon over laid at tho altar of suffering humanity. DR. SPINNEY will Uuaraitu-e to Forfeit 850O for every caso of Seminal Weakness or private diease of any kind or character which ho undertakes and fulls to MIDDLE-AGED MEN Thoro are many at the age of SO to CO who aro troubled with too frequent evacuations of tho bladder, often accompanied by a (light smarting or burning sensation and a weaken ing of tho system in a manner tho patient can not account for. On examining tho urinary deposits, a ropy sediment will often bo found, and sometimes small particles of albumen will appear, or tho color will bo of a thin, whitish hue, again changing to a dark, torpid appearance. There aro many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of tho cause, which is the second stage of seminal weakness. DK. SPINNEY will Guarantee n 1'erlect Cure in such casesand a healthy restora tion of tho gonito-urinary organs. Hours, 10 to 5 and 7 to 9 : Sunday, S to 11 A si only. Consultation free : Examination, $2.00. HEALTH OI3E Le Rlc3ina,A Golden Calsam ICo. 1 Cures Chancres, lirs and second stage?; Sores on tho Legs and Body; Sore Ears, Eyes, Nose, etc, Copper-colored Blotches, Syphilitic Catarrh, diseased Scalp, and all primary forms ot tho disease known as Syphilis. Price, S3 OO per Bottle. Le Rlchan's Golden Balsam Xo.S Cares Tertiary, McrcurialSyphilitic Rheu matism, Tains in tho Bones, Tains in the Head, back of tho Neck, Ulcerated Sore Throat, Syphilitic Hash, Lumps and con tracted Cords, Stiffness of the Limbs, and eradicates all diseaso from tho 83 stem, whether caused by Indiscretion or abuse of Slercury. leaving the blood pure and healthy.. Price S5 OO per Bottle. Lo IUcIinu'g Golden Npanlsli Anti dote for tho euro ot Conorrhcea, (licet, Irritation Gravel, and all Urinary or Geni tal disarrangements. Price S3 So pur Bottlo. f,H Rlchau'A Golden Spanish In jection, for severe coses of Gonorrhoea, Inflammatory Olcct. Stricturcs,ic. Prlc 51 r.O per Bottle. Le ltlchnn's Golden Ointment for the effective healing of Syphilitic Sores, and eruptions. PrlroSl (10 per Hoi. I.o Rlclinu'g Golden Pills Neno and Brain treatment; loss of physical pou cr, execs or ocr-wor!c. Prostration, etc Price S3 OO per Box. Ttfnlc nnd Nervine, Pent everywhere, C O- !., rccurely packed per express. C. F. RIcnAROS A: CO. , Amenta, 427 ti 429 Sansome street. Corner clav. Sin Francisco. Cat. 0 CIRCULAR MAILED fltEE. Boat Building. JOE LEATHERS Is at the old stand prepared to Imlld all iiiuua iu uuiiw useii on uie 1 aciuc toast, Rllilrtpr nf etpfmnn-a PlrlrtV E,nrtWi Tonquin, and others. TVTlVl! TVToVtnf -1 enAAl.Uir QtnnL- nr. Workmanship first-class. MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT cures Piles; Old Sores, Caked Bbeasts all Istuhijiaties: ED FOOD Kow York infant Asylum. Mt.Vebkos.N.Y. "O aro using your Lactoted Food In oar in fant asylum whcnevcr'we require tho use of arti ficial food, and find it superior to any which wi have ever used. Being pleasant to the taste. It is specially adapted to children. Wo have iu onr branch Institution over 2G0 children." Mrs. L. M. Batej, Chairman of ML Vernon Branclu 3-A valuable pamphlet on "The Nutrition Infants and Invalids," free on application WEILS, RICHARDSOS& CO., EURLIKGTCH ' TRANSPORT ATI OX UXE I E. & 1". TOJ Eo:K'SX,i3,KS23, na way uancings. This is the onlv ilmlr lin. 0...1 .... -.. line running all the j ear round. TO SAH FRANCISCO. The only line of Steamships to San Praii- n Sj umers l0:lTe ComPaly's Dock cvitv Regular Line of Tow Boats and Barges, Tor Towage and Lighterage. STORAGE OF AT,f, I$IMS. Inquire at Company':, Dock or at City Oi Additional Steamboat Service on the LOWER COLUMBIA The Kast and Ulegant Sleainers, R. R. Thompson and S. G. Rcod. Will run as Xfeht KoatM l)inv-cii AMniiaand Portland. Leaving AslorU at 8 r. m. : lctnrnirg Lcuve I'ort'and at It -xu 1: n . tlVCKY XKJB1T. Connecting with All the Train-,. M. 1! IipzORTII, K. A. NOYHS. Picket Agent. Agent. TO SAN FEAMSCO, ML. r.v wav or tup.- Southern Pacific Company's LINES. The Mt. Shast.1 Eoute. Quicker in Timothan any Other Route Between Portland and San Francisco. LEAVE PORTLAND 4 P. Kl. Dally THROUGH TIME 39 HOURS. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS. TO OUST MI.i:KIIIt CABS For accommodation of Second-clais Pass engers, attained to hxpress 1 rains. KAItlMrom Portland to Sacrament" and Kan 1'rancisco, ITnliimti-d - S.l OO 1'lrxt Clnsw Limited - - $20 OO KcooiiA Clash " - sis 00 1L KOLIILEK, E. 1'. ItOGEKS. Jlanacer. Asst. O. F. & l'ass. A fit. S.ARNDT&EEECHEN ASTORIA. - OltEOON. The Pioneer Machine Shop BLACKSMITH --j& sHoiifj fp e..jeS6Ka55rfif- oL.rvfi ooiier anop Mjvsstr to All kinds of ENGINE, CANNEEY, AND STEAMBOAT W0EK Promptly attended to. Aspeciaity made of repairing CANNERY DIES, KOOf OF LAFAYETTE STKEET. J. a. D. GKAY Wholesale and reudl dealer 111. GROCERIES FLOUR, AND FEED Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc. LIRTE, SAND AND CEMENT General Storage and Wharfage on reason able terms. Foot of lieuton street, Astoria, Oregon. G. A. STINSON & CO.. BLACKSMITH1NG, t Capt, Kogers old stand, corner ot (lass and Court Streets. Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoelnc. Wagons made and repaired. Good work guaranteed. T Tirtrrihf &nd full I only specific for the cer- -tn.tiNa llitr Ml n lh. '1 Curtain Ft TO A nATR. I laincureui luisuiatraat. GatnntMd not to' U.lf. INQRAIIAM-M.D. ' Amsterdam, N. Y. CABMBina&rf. Vrd onlj by H We have sold BIr G for many years, and It has jCtirlolCa. . ClaclniiAtl, I raff Inn. Ohio. 1. It. DvcrtK 4 Co., Chicago, 11L TrdoHBIarSl. Sold by Drugclsts, !d by J. W. Conn, Astoria. Oregon, 3IEXICAN MUSTAXO LINIMENT should al ways be kept lu Hows, Stable and Factory. ' The Steamers of the O. R. & x Co nr- RSgtt" ",?'"' "' Comp'aio's Dock Kvcry luiy, sumlajs excepted, at 6 Ssvye-f. jm&m ssa SSgBSSsVS .