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V lalttt jgiStoram. ASTOKIA. OKEGON: SATUKDAY. -FEBP.UAltY 23. 1SS). SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. .u:nivALs mom sr.i. City o' Cariia'c. lirbitiSLivcrDOoI I' b S 7Kar.tiS is rna m run. ffitUltwrt. lir ti lrenhiUa, Vr sp O S BeraeDt. Am tk l) O S Ualbert. Am b' IKS : M E WstK3. Er p Iff" J Aujrute. Gcr bk Oaetnof CambnaCr IA Jiuthwe'.!. Br bi I29-1 JJolcs, 15r jo 16'0 VESSELS OS TUEVAl. Kameaoth, Br bk.tSS. Mirjtercsjcb. Vanduara. Br Et 2013 JJ S W l)uncorc, Br sp 1030 Liverpool AnjrSS Oartnore. DrbUlOH Liverpool Oct?) i;biMirall. Er ?p 12S5 S F Oct Htddsn IU'l. Br sp U16 Newcastle C'itr of Canton. Er bi 3 Olascow Oct 1 J Martha risljor. Br bl Sll Melbourne British India, Br f p 1199 Grimsby Sept 57 Ottorspool. Brsp 1793 N'ewcatlo Samoa. BrbkIN3 Liverpool JfovS 1'icry Cross. Br ep C99 Marrport Oct S3 City of hparta. Br sp UK Newcastle A Adele. Gcr bk S51 Newcastle Nor 26 Shalirair. Br bV 935 Newcastle A Dec5i Nacporo. Br sd 23)9 Loi.don Borrowdale, Br p 1197 Liverpool Hornby Castle, Br ep 1I3S Iqaiqni lleory Villard. Am tp 1SW New York Margaretta, Ger bk 713 Newcastle A British Army. Br bk 12S9 Liverpool TIDF. TAUL.F. FOB ASTORIA. FEDRL'ABT. moil U'ATRR. I LOW WATKB. Secoid. First. Second. i IS s H k. m. ,S A. t. .! h. m. 725 8 21 9 14 10 03 10 -JS 029 1 O!) 130 1 S3 227 2E 2 4 18 f.0G C 01 7 11 823 9 31 10 30 11 30 9 II 10 21 11 M 11 Si 1131a 12 11 12 51 1 33 2 17 305 3 5S 469 G Ii 7 45 9 It 10 22 11 15 11 53 1 17 2 2J 3 5S 4 31 2 63 350 4 37 5 17 .i5 0 2G 7 00 7 33 8 0S 8 41 9 18 14 OK 03 0 1 05 OC 07 5 IS 0 58 6 31 7 13 7 51 832 9 11 10 00 10 59 -OC -02 02 09 1C 2 3 30 08 04 01 -OC -0 9 -11 10 03 10 50 11 48 liOGp 1 23 2 41 3 50 4 4? 5 31 0 17 1 01 2 31 3 46 4 49 5 42 'flie hours between miamgnt and noon are designated by a (a. j:.), those between noon m.d midnight by p (P. M.). 0. OOm.a denotes midnight, oA. Otot. i denotes uoon. Tne height Is reckoned from the level of nv erase low er low waters to v. hlch t he sound ings arf nen on the Coast Survey charts. SOC1KTV MKETIXUH. Temple LoUgo, No. 7A.F.A.M. KEGOLAIl COMMUNICATIONS first and third Tuesdays in each month, at 7s o'clock, p. ii.. at the Hall in Astoria. Members of the order in good standing are I in ited to attend By order of the W.M. Ocean Kncampment, Ho. 13, 1. 0. 0. F. KEnOLAK MEETINGS OF OCEAN EN campment No. is. I. o. O. F., at the Lodge, In the Odd Fellows Building, at seven P ?:., on the second and fourth Mondays of each month. Sojourning breth ren cordially ti.uted. By order C. P. Soaaido Lodge No. 12. A. O. TJ. W. lEGOLAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE JX Lodge No. 12, A. O. O. W. will be hel1 in their Hall In Pythian Castle, oa 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 ill be open fifteen minutes before ana alter eacn meeting. iy oraer au n . Y. B. BOSS, Bee. Astor Lodge No. O, K. or P. OEGTJLAR MEETINGS EVERY WED X nesdayevenli gat 7 30 r. si. at Pythian Castle. Sojourning Knights In good stand ing coraiaiiv invnea to attenu. By order C. C. W. I,. ROI5B. K of K. and S. Select Knights of A. O. U. W. western Legion No. 2, will be held at their headquarters in Pythian Cast'.- mcry Thursday at 7 :30 1: ar. Members of the le gion la ;uwi Maumug, una isiunj; cu ii- rades are invited to attend, Dril each nouth. By order o! commander. X. 15. 1!03. Bee. .Scandinavian Benevolent Society. JJEiJULAR MEETINGS OFTHISSOCIE- XI ty at their rooms In 1 tbian building jit fight o'clock p. si., on the second aud fivirtu Tuesdays of each month, AUG. DANIEIJ30N, Secretary. Company H.O.N.Q. REGULAR DRILLS EVERY WEDXES djy evening. Regular meetings first Wednesday of each month at 8 r. m A. E. SHAW, Commander. Astoria Building & Loan .association THE REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS Association a-c held at 8 p. m.. on the first Wednesday of each month. ODlceon Genc icve street, south of Chenamus. W. L. ROBB. Secretary. Common Council. KEGULAIt MEETINGS. SECOND AND fourth Tuesday evenings of each mouth at 7K o'clock. es-Fersons desiring to have matters acted upon by the Council, at any regular meet ing must present the same to tbo Auditor and Clerk, on or before the Friday evening prior to the Tuesday on which the Council holds its regular meeting. THOS.S.JEWETT, Auditor and Clerk. Dissolution Notice. mHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE J. existing bei won L. Gill and N. Clinton, and doing business under the firm name of Gill & Clinton Is this day dissolved by mutu al consent, L. Gill Tetiring, The business hereaf trr will be conducted by N. Clinton who will assume all liabilities and collect all bills due the late firm. L.GILL. N, CLINTON. Astoria, Jan. 2$tu. '&. MUSTANG LINIMENT MtncAX llcsrisa LrsrariT conquers SrAtra, Scsatcocs and Sraiim In rXocsia cad Slots. the 1 9 g t " PifiSS'-Tlie ASTORI.1X DIRECTORY. 8TATF. OrrlCEBS. United Slates Senators Jj; "$,, representative In Conrress-Blncer Hermann Go cmor... . Sj Ivesicr l'er.noj i r fioiernor's Hecretarv .tW. A. Munlov Sccrctary of htatp.'..... O. XT. JlcBr d'e Assistant secretary.... B. F. iiltncr mate Treasurer. r....(. . Webb Sup't inibllc Instruction E. 15. JIcElrov State Printer F C. Haker uierK bcnool Iind Board Nap deon l)a Is Sup't Insane Asj lura Dr. Harry Lane Sup't renltcntlarj" Bobt. Clow I W. I". iird Judges Supreme Court V. Vf. Thaj or ( k. n. stranan Judges Circuit Court 1'irst District L. 15. Webster. Second It. S. Bean Third B. F.Bolse, Fourth Department I.E. I), '-hat-tuck; department 2, U B. Steams. Fifth F. J. Taylor. Sixth Ulsom and W.Walker. Seventh-J.H.Blrd. licalth Officer Dr. 0. 15. rVes county orFicrr.s. County Judge ...... . f. II. rage County Commissioners r;fv"1r"iuY.rK Clerk , CJ.frcncu.ird Sheriff ii A.Smldt Treasurer. ....... J, C. Dement Assessor Jos. sinnott Superintendent of Schools C. W. Shivclj S.ARNDT&EERCBEIx1 ASTOKIA, - OREGON. The Pioneer Machine Shop r-n-wfii. A BLACKSMITH SHOP BGiler Shop All kinds of ENCHHE, CMKBRY, AKD STEAMBOAT WOEK lromptly attended to. AspecU'itytnadeof repalrlug CANNERY DIEB, FOOf OF LAFAYETTE STBEEI. Chenamus Street Improvement Notice. .NOTICE is hereby clven that the Common Council of tlio City of Astotla proposo to order the improvement of mat portion oi uncnamus suver, in tni' Citv of Astoria. ClatsOD countv. Ore- .vn. An lnul nut nti.l v.ii.m.t.irl l.i. Inl.n McCIare,frotn the -west side of Main street to the-western end of saidthe- narmis street, by grading and filluiK the same to its established tirade and to its full width, and by planking the same to Its full -width with new and sound fir -plank four inches inThtcfc ness. and bv bulldinc side walks on botli sides of said portion of said street ; anu unless a remonstrance, sijjneu uj the owners of two-thirds of the won- ertv fronting on said nortion of said slreet be filed witli the Auditor and Po lice Judee within ten days of the final publication of this notice, to wit: onur before Tuesday, March lL'ili. 18S9. tlie Common Council v III order said im provement to be made. By order of the Common. Council. Attest: T. S. Jewktt, Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, Oregon. February 14th. istfi. GERMIA BEER HALL The Celebrated WEINHARD LAGER BEER, On Draught On Ice, and Drawn from the Wood. Five Cents a Class. W3I. BUCK, Proprietor, B. Gibson Bottles Norlh Pacific Beer, And Delivers It at S1J0 a Dozen quarts in any part ofjhe city. Prompt Attention to Orders. ADC. DMELSON, S a m p I e R ooms. Dealer In "Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Agent for the GUION SteamshiD Line and the THINUVALLA Steamship Llncrdirect. ais, agent ior -svensKa lriounen-anu Svenska Amerikanaren." Corner of Water and West Ninth Streets Astoria, Oregon. Administrator's Notice TMOTICE IS HEREBY OIVENTHATTnE xi unuersnmerl n.is nppn nnnnintr-il admin istrator of the estate of John West." Ue ceased. and all parties having claims against said estate are hereby notified lo present the same properly verified to meat Westnort. Ci22son rnimrv nnnn uhiiin six months from date hereof. " ' JNO.AYEST, . . ... . Administrator. estport. Or., Jan. 1C, liS3. wl-td -. Nolice fS 'HEREBY GIVEN THAT THERE ARE X funds in thBcltvire.-wirrvtnrmviiii war rants endorsed prior toOrt,ist. 1K83-" J.UIlUSTUilt, , , , . City Treasurer. Astoria, Jau. 10, 18S9. MEXICAN 2IU3TAXO IJSIilEST rutted in. laTetisaax a valuable Horce aad SInla' Umh. . Bn&rb Fair white band clear complexion healtfanil Great English Gomplexian SMrV-Sold Evspim 25EES Wholesale and Retail LIQUOR DEALERS. Importers of All Brands of Foreign and Do mestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. J H. Cutter Whiskies a specialtv. Val Blitz Bottled Beer. Finost brands of Key West and Domestic Cigars. Liquors for Medicinal Purposes. fi'.irtllH-Trrwln. 1lAltiH 411 n-ar r..n the City and Country promptly filled." Siuemoqun Street, - - - Astoria, Oregon. North Pacific BREWERY, JOHN KOPP, ... Proprintor. Patronize Home Industry! Wc supply as GOOD A QUALITY OF BEER As Any in the Miuket, T AS ItKASOXAIILK A I'KICI The Horn Pacific Brewery Beer Is Pure and Unadulterated. It gives general Satisfaction and Is Furn ished tu Quantities to Suit. Leavo orders With A. W. Ulzmcer next to Bergman & Co.'s, or Fied Cooke, next to Foard & Stokes. Dally Delivery in Any Part of the City. LOBB & CO. Wines, Liprs ani Cigars. A Large Stock of FIRST CLASS GOODS. THE TRADE Supplied at Lowest Market Rales. All orders filled promptly and Accurately. Agents for Ftrst Cust Foieign and Domestic Brands. Main street Opposite Parker House, ASTOIHA. OREGON. THE " Resort Billiard Parlor, OEOSEAUEP. fir BilACfT, l'top L. FEUEIRSCELBBBATEB Gambrinus Beer I ON DRACGHT. Cnuibrinus Rotticrt Beer. J. H. Cutter AVUisky. lloincstio nul Key AVcst Cigars, Constantly on hand. Third Street, four doors west of Telegraph Office, formerly Telephone Restaurant. ASTORIA, OREGON. DIE UAMBIilMS Northean Cor. Lafayette and First Streets ASTORIA. OREGON. Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars Constantly on hand, A share of the" public patronage solicited, ROENTGEN BROS, THE COSMOPOLITAN. A. Y. 1,'TZIXGEIl, Propr. .Fine Billiard Tables : Best of Wines and Liquers: Choice Cigars.. A First Class riace of Social Resort.-Vinn in a First Class Manuer. Old Corner Saloon, IMiH. F. Bower, Trop'r. Fine Wines, Liquors Cigar's, X ? 401 Cbrasiairs Street, - AMotla, Ogn. The Gem Saloon. V3 The Popular Resort for Astorians. Forthe Finest of Wine's and Liquors GptoTUE.GEJl -SALOON. ALEX.. CAMPBELL. rKOrTJETOr aOSTSHS UHIMEHT MEXICAN MUSTASQ IASIHEST, used -rttor- ccslr I death to Swlnscy.Wlnd GaU.Sore EiciJ. 8Kin M"1RKETS. Washington Market. Hnln .trcrl, Astoria, Oregon. i:Kitt:nA. a ru.ruoi'itiKTOBS OKSrECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN- XX tlon of the public to the fact that the aoove Market will always be supplied with a FULL VAIKETY AND REST QUALITY or FRESH AND CURED MEATS ! t Which will be sold at lowest rates, whole sale and retail . "Special attention given to supplying euips. Roadway Market. P. O'HARA, Prep'r: Opposite Toard & Stokes. A First-Class Meat Shop. Frosh and Salt Moats. All Purchases Delivered In any l'att of me uuy. STAR MARKET. WHERRY & COMPANY, Fresh and Cured Meats, X7os'fc.'fc3.oJ3, FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS. OPPOSITE OCCIDENT IIOTEU CilEXAMCM Street. Axtorin, Oc 'Assignee's Sale. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON the '-S(U ii) of 1 -l'ru,.r. IS39. the im-dt-r-Ijied, as assignee of the Tiust o Pack ing comp.iiiy, wnl sell at public uuctruii all the foligmng described real estate, to-tt It : Btvlnndig at a pulut on thn meander Hue on tne south hai.k of the Columbia river, on the donation laud Claim of &. i . Smiih, in Clatsop county, state of Orego ,.30.23 chains westerly, accordh'g to the meaiider line of the unrtheast corner qt Slid claim at tiie souiunesi corner oi airacioi lanu aeeuen to R.D. Hume and Dean Blnmhard. Ilt-c. Ifttii. 1875: thence neslerly along said me ander line tuo hundred (2bQ) feet, to Hie southeast corner of atraLtuf l.i d deeded to W. S. Kinney ; thence -alonirthe easterly. line oi aiu is.inu-y tract to medium low tide In said river: thence easterly to the notthu est qorncx of said tract of land deeded to sa d Uunie ami BlaLChaid; theuce.south eily along lhe, westeily line vl ttie said Hume and Bl.mch.trd tract to the placn oi beiilnnluir: lncludb e all tlietldc laid and Hharflug rights and priilej.es In frontihere of out tu the ships channel of safd Colum bia rlior. Also the easterly one-half of the follonlng described tract 01 laud, to-nit: iseglnuiug at a point on the meander line of said river, on said donation land claim, westerly and distant alomr said meander line of saldiiverfrom tiieiiortiieast corner oi said claim 33-26 chains; thetce westerly along said inlander line to hundred C20u) f.et; thenca north 21 degiees and thirty minutes wi-st to said ships channel ; thence easterly ou a line parallel with said mean der line ttto hundred (200) feet: thence south tttenty-fnur degrees and thirty min utes east to place of beginning. Also all the buildings and Improvements thereon, 'lhe above premises aremuwu as the hea Side cannery. The sale will take place on the iwwic ucmtiucu preiui3cs. imu v.jii coui toence at ten o'clock In the forenoon. C. W. FULTON. Assignee- Assignee's Sale. NOTICE IS nEEEBYOIVEN-THATthe undersigned assignee cf tlie Colurat-Ia Canning Company will on the SSth day of February, lESo. sell at public auction to the highest bidder.for cash, the. following des- i:iiicii jjrupeny, iu-ii,: x.otsi,i,u, j.saaQ 9ofblockH7of the town of Astoria.as laid out and recorded by John 11, Shiicly. In Clatsop county, Oregon, together with the buildings thercon-belnsr lhe nrotiertv know n as the "Columbia Cannery."- .Also all the machinery, tools. and implements therein, and all supplies and cannery goods. A list oi memar-uiuery anu supplies can dc seen ai me ouace oiuiion uros.. in Astoria, ure con. Tlie sale -will take rilawalsaiilran. nery and wnl commence at 10 o'clock lh the lun-nuuu. C W.l'ULTON. Assignee, West Sixth Street Ifliorovement Notice A'OTICE is hereby Riven tfiht Hie common ucuiicu of tlio Uity of Astoria propose to ordertlie improvement of that portion of West Sixth street in the City of Astoria. Clatsop county, Oregon, as laid out and recorded by J. M. Shlvely, from the south side of Water street to ihc soutli side of Wall street, uy rnisuix iiiul puriion ueiween the south side of Water street and the south side of Cedar street to its established Kraac, anu repianmnj; the same with new and sound fir plank four Inches in thickness, to tho full width of said street, and by buiidinR sldo walks on ootn siacs oi sam portion or sola street; And by cradins that nortion bntwron the soutli side of Cedar street and the south side of Wall street to its estab lished tjrado to its full width, and by planking the same to a width of twenty feet through tlie center thereof, uuu oy puumnsr; sme. waiKS on Doth sides of salu portion of said street: And unles a. remonstrance signed by the owners of two thirds of the property frontinc Oil said Dorlirmofssirl strpi.f be filed with ihe Auditor and J'olico Judge within ten Hays of jIih final pub lication of this notice, to wit: on or bo fore Tuesday, MarclU2th, 1880. tlio Com won Council will or.ier said improve ments to bo made. By order of the Common Council. Attest; T. S. Jewett, Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, Oregon, February 14th, 1S39. IUSTAHG LINIMENT niSICAS-JrUSTASOXrSDIENt cures Tais. 0LDS0CC3,CxEI3BailJTS-alltjTlA2OUir5J. . ! SAMPLE'S ASSURANCE. How a ''Nervy" Drummer Replenished Hit Stock of Cash. Nnmerons instances are on record ot tho striking self-possession, or in the vernacular, "nerve,' possessett rjy Sam Sample. Concealed under this pseudonym is n traveliug man who has frieuds from ono coast to the other. Before bo bad made bis suoo?ss as a commercial traveler ho was staying in Minneapolis for no reason what ever except that ho happened to bo there and' couldn't got away. He was a man of good appearance, however, and going to a hotel he registered in an impressive manner. Iu a short time be was well acquainted with the landlord, and when lie spoke of s' drift that functionary very prjorapUy luwlertook th,o responsibility of cash- lDg'lt. "Just mako. out your draft," Baid fhe landlord. "Here, this piece -of-note paper will dor." Sam sat down nnd in a short time remarked: "Here's a. draft for fifty -now, if yon will oblige- me an, thanks l" "Bat," said the landlord, "yon haven t made the draft on any body. There's no draw'er." "Ob. that's alt right." said Sam; "You know more people than I do; just fill it in to suit yourself. 1 left it blank on purpose." It is but justice to Sam to say that he i3 entirely square with tho land lord now nnd that ho could cosh a draft for five hundred there to-day if hodesired. Lo, The Toor Indian. Ut in the Sitting Bull country a while ago, an Indian, who bad never seen any of tho paleface style of food, came in from tho warpath to the res ervation nnd drew his rations. He made a lieht meal ot not-round coffee the ilret day. and. as he overate, and tho coffee swelled in him, he had diffi culty in bnttoniDg his pants around tbo pain he bad on band. In n day or two (as soon as be had succeeded in getting his interior department quieted down n little) be tackled his ration cf candles. These he decided to parboil, in order to eavo tronblo from indigestiou. The clisu was not so mucb ot a glittering success as he bad anticipated, and as be remorse fully picked the candle wickiog out of his teeth, he made some remark thnt grated harshly on the fostuetio ear3 ot those who stood near. He then tried a meal of yeast powder with vinegar. He ate the yast powder aud then took a pint ot vmegur to wash it down. At first there was n feel me of glad surprise in hia stomach which rapidly gave place to unavailing remorse. A can ofyeast powders in an Indian's midst don't seem to be pre pared for a pint ot vinegar, and the result of such an unfortunate circum stance h not gratifying. It took bim about a week to get baak to where be dared to get np another meal for himself. Then ho fricasseed a couple of pounds of laundry soap nnd ate that. He then went off into the woods, and returned no more. n I m . i Senatorial Dignity. A certain senator, who is a can didate for re-election, and is some what nervous over' his prospects, was sittiiiff at his desk the other day when one of his neighbors turned to him and said: "M , why are you.ao'gloorrjy to day? iou look as though you were frightened-about3omethitip." "ily friend,"" was the reply, "the expression upon my face which you mistake for fright is senatorial dig nity. Three influential citizens of my State are sitting in the gallery opposite and I am on my good be havior." Chicago Herald. Tho discovery that there are several cases of small pox at the Ormsby House, at . Garaon, Nov., ha3 greatlv exoteu tho people, The state senators, assemblymen and their families have all deserted tho hotel and are hunting other quarters. All that arc known to have been stopping there aro re fused admittance to any place and aro out m tho streets. Idleness Is-a Dangerons Tnnlt In tlie Lldncvs. When inactive tliev soeed lly fall into disrepair. Those obstinate and fatal maladies, bright's disease and diabe tes, ensue with terrible cenainty upon the Inaction otthe organs affected. Catarrh of rne uiaouer. enuresis, gravel anu strangury are also to be apprehended from a partial paralysis of the bladder, of which weakness and sluggishness are the causes. Hostet-ti-r's Stomach Bitters is annotonlc and pro moter of activity for the renal organs, and one w.mcir can oe reneu upon to auora tnem tho requisite stimulus without exch lnc th-m auenectio bo feared irom the unmedi cated alcoholic excitant of commerce. A further beneficent effect of tho Bitters, by renewing activity of the kidneys, Is to en able them to drain from thp blood in its passage tiirougii thein.-impuntics produc tive of rheumatism -and -dropsy. Nenous- ness. iever ana ague, constipation anu uys pepsla aro conquered by the Bitters. Colorado proposes:to punish all lawvnrs who advertise their ability to obtain "secret divorces." Notice of Annual School Meeting. NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN TO TOE leg-it voters of School District No. 1. As toria, C'atsop county. state of Oregon, that the annual school meung for said district will be held at the jjchooiaoue-ln said, dis trict tn lipyin at ihe hour of 7 :30 P. M.. on the Qrsi Muuday,hslngthelthnayQf March, A D 1SSJ. This meeting Is called for the purpose of electing one Director to servo tor the term of three years) and one clerk to servo for the term of one vear. and transaction of the business .usual at such meeting. u. w. fuijiu:, Acting Chairman of -Board oUJlrectore. J. O. HUSTLER. rtlstrlcrCletk Astoria, February 20th, 1SS3,- E EEXICANMTJSTANQ LfNrjrEHT.fcrJIi.taaa. !:. Groateit QtraiUt dlsterary ercrzuMb. AMY ORie CT - DIAMOND xf-asu & a t av T A Dress, or c Coat, Ribbons, Feathers, Any Color FOB i Yarns, Rags, etc. TEH CEftTS and in miny other ways SAVE Money, ard make thine look like NEW, by usirg DIAMOND DYES. The work is easy, simple, quick; the colors the BEST and FASTEST known. Ask fcr DIAMOND DYES and take no other. For Gilding or Bronzing Fancy Articles USE DIAMOND PAINTS. Gold, Silver, Bronze, Copper. Only to Cents. SiSi A Portfolio of beautuU bafcy pic ' tures from Ufe, printed on tne plate paper oy pater.i pr-uio i process, sent flee to Mother of any Baby born w lthln a year. Every ifother wants ibsse Pictures; send at once. Siva Baby's naiae csilaze. WEUS, RICHARDSON & CO.,, sununuiurii i. I. R. & N. Co. FEOM ASTOKIA Til Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canby and llwaco. Connecting by stages audstoamboats for Oystcrville, Montesano and Olympia STEAMEE M& "GEN. CANBY," Tnoi. Pap.kiir. Master. Will Icwve Astoria daily (Sundnys excepted) for Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canbv and IIwaco. at 8 A. M.. cscept aa bolow. With OystervUle Malls and Express dAtly, nnd Through Mails to points be mid. nd Montesano, W.T., on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Tickets to Ilvrnro.... ............ (at the office) 75 c ntf Bonnd Trip Tickets.......... 81 SS llwaco Freight per Ton, - $2.00 tSTFoi Tickets. Towage or Charter ap plv at theolHceof the company, Flael's wharf Great English Remed). Ta3e stnrb Murray's Specific. Aguiranteed cure for :U! nervous disease-, such a Weak Merpuiy. l-oss if Urali l'ower, Htsteita, Headache, Fain In tlie Hack. Nervuu.-rnittritlKuWakefulne-s.I-u- BeforaTaUaj. corrhoe.i. nliers.il Lassitude, Seminal wt'aKiies3t Impnteney -aud Uenerai lossol power of the Oeueiativeiir- TradoilarV. gain, In either Srx. cau-ed by indescretiou orover exertl.tn, and which ultimate! lradtu Frematur old Age. Insanity and i ou-umptlon. SI U0 per box or six boxes for $5.00. Siit by mall 011 recelp' of irice. Full cartlculars in painphlet.sent free toeVery., applK-ant 'AfterTaklne. Wc Gnaruntee Six Ixes To cure any cite Forever. S5.00 order re ceived, wc-end six boxes with written imar anteeto refund Hie money If our Specific does not effect a cure. drireS3 all communications to the 3o!e Manufacturers. THE MUItRAY MEDICINE CO. Kansas City, Mo. Sold In AstotlabyJ. W. Conn, sole agent. g50f? Mtox tfste m r njf8t. HEALTH. : - Lb Kiclnn's Golden Halsam r.o. 1 Cures Chaicres, firs', and s-cond sta"cs Sores en sho Logs end Body; Sore Ea-s! Eyes, Nose, etc., Copper-c -lorcd Blotches, Syphilitic Catarrh, diseased Scalp, and all Srtmary forras ot the diseaso known as yphilis. Prlep, $5 OO per Bottle. Lo Richan'a O-ilden Balaam No. a Cures Tertiary. McrcurlalSyphUtic Rheu matlsm, Pains in tho Bones, Pains In tho Head, back of the Neck, Dlceratod-Sore Throat, Syphilitjj ltaah, Lumps and con tracted Cords, Stiffness of the Limbs, and eradicates nil d'scase from' the system, whether taused by Indiscretion or abuse cf Mercury, leaving tho bljod pure and healthy. Prlre S OO per Tottle. Lo ItlcbanU Onlden Si-anltlt Am I dotn for the cure of Oono-rhcca,-OIeet, Irritation Gravel, and All Urinary or Geni tal disarrangements. Pries S2 50 per Bottle. Lo Ricbau'K Golden Spanish In jection, farsjvere cas-sof Gonorrhoea, Inaaramatory Gleet. StricturcsLc. Prlco 91 no per Bottle. Le nichnu'ii 'Golden Ointment for the eff-ctiy j healinycf Syphilitic Sores, and eruptions. PrlroSl UO ptr Box. Le Itlclinu'-) Golden I'll s-.Krn'o " and Brain treatment; loss of physical pow. er, cxces or over-woric,' rrostratlon, etc. Price S3 OO per Box. Tdnlo m.d Nervine, Sent ccrywhcrc,C. 0. B., tecurely paefced r-r expros-". C. I'. BICHART)rr& CO. , Acnatt, 1 .429 fcaiwomojstroef. Corner Llay, San Francisco. Cal. CIBCL'LAB MAILED 'FREE. Astoria Iron Works. Concom'.y St., Foot ot Jackson, Astonn. Or General Machinists ni Boiler Malm Land and Marine Engines BU1X.KR WORK. Steamboat Work and Cannery &$ A 8PECIA-LTT. Castings of all Descriptions Made to Order a.VShort Notice. Jony Fox A. L. FOX, J. O. HU3TLEE.. ....President, and Snnt. Vice Pietlrient ....Seo. and Treas MUSTJma LINIMENT ITEIICAyjrCSTAJfO LEaaESTwrcfl-allaa.- mnUcrEonsss,l5Xxsunacxiii Edla Baby 5 UWJJ Ck mwfA fjn? ri vr ns:i j )&j&Sgi 3r!$iSjB$& DISEASE. Seanse ihe System J With tLat most reliable - mcchslae Palce's Celery li csmpo'ind. Itpurtflesthe i blood, cures Constipation, auu i x's uiau.-3 uio urer ana kldneys,eiTectuaUyclsans ms the system ot all w&sto and dead nutters. Paine's Celery Compound combines true ncrvo tonic and strensthl&z qualities, reviving the energies and splritav " I have been troubled for some years with a complication ot cUfflcultlea. After trying va rious remedies, and not finding relief, t tried r-aincs iiery uompouno. ueioraxaiongaca full bottle the Ion; troublesome .ajiaptorasbe fan to subside, and I can truly say sovr,'t&at Z i-ellleanewman. Digestion, taa-jastona. acdlhave gained ten pounds to weJgnfcalaeiLl 2are, commenced roving tjag. cornpound. H0NE3TC3 artiwt3,-EeteavB;TC. tiM, sixfor$s.oE- AtDasgisai"-' vtexs, BicaBcsoy & -co. fBataagaia, Vr. r 0. E. & N. CO. And Vay Landings. The Steamers or the O. K. ar N. Co., car rying the V. a. mails, leave the Company's Dock i every Day, Sundays-erceptea,TttG A. M. This Is the only daily line, and tie only line miming all the year round. TO SAN FRANCISCO. The only line of Steamships to San Fran cisco. Steamers leavo Company's Dock ivey four toys Regular Line of Tow Boats and Barges, For Towage and Lighteragn. STORAGE OF Att KINDS. inquire at Company's Dock or at City Of fice. Additional Steamboat Service onthe LOWER COLUMBIA The Fast and Elegant Steamers. R. R. Thompson and S. G. Reed. Will run as Sight Boats bewecu Astoria nod Portland. Leaving Astoria at a r. si, 1 rsturnlrp Leave l'ortland at 11 -jq p. at., KVKHY MGHT. Connecting with All tho Tratos. M. B. BOZOimi, E. A. N0SE3, Ticket Agent. Agent. TO SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., "BT -WAT OF THE Southern Pacific Company'? LINE. The Mt Shasta Route. Quicker in Tlmo than any Other Route Between Portland and San Francisco. LEAVE PORTLAND 4 P. M. Dally THROUCH TIME 39 HO""URS. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS, TOritZMT fcLKEPIRO CAGB ToTRCcviumftlatlGn of Second-class Poss thgtrs, au Ei bed to Express Trains. FA It 15 from Portland toSaciaacalo and SJaaErac Cisco. Unlimited .... SK5-0O Flrwt Class LlsUted - - 820 00 SeconA Clnn -. - SUS-OO THROUCHtlCKETS To all PoInU SOUTH AND EAST via California. TICKETOFFICESt City office No. 131 Cor. First arrd.'AWeT-8t3. Depot office Corner F and Tro t StreiUt rOKTLAND, OBEOON. B. K02ULEK, E. P. ROQEES, Managsr. Asst.U,F. SPass. Agt GREAT 07ERLAMD ROUTE ! Northern Pacific Railroad! TWO TRAINS A DAY! NO' CHANGE OF CARS! Shortest Line to Ohicago&AlI Point iTa! VIA ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS. THE Northern Pacific E. E. Is the ONLY Line Bannlnc. raue&scr Trains. Pnllmaa Palace bleeping Cars, Palice Dinlnr Cars-tmeal375c. Lmurisnt Dj Coaches, L'mlirrant Sleepers (free ci charee), FROM PORTLAND TO THE EAST See that year tickets read tla tie Sort&tr Paclflo ti. B. and aroldchange of c4ri --; LoavoPcrtand,at7-A. M. and Sits'p.-H. dally: arrive a Minneapolis or St. Eaul at noon fourth day. iPACIFIO DIVISlON-TralnleavesTroof and O street dally at 7 A. M. andJLLA;.M. ;- arrive at Nw Tacoma 1 :tfi aad..O :Ii il?.i UL.V eonuccting' with Company's for all points On Puget Sound. CHAS. o.EEE. OenT Western Pass, Agent, SrPuul. A.D.CltAltLTON, Oen'l Western Pasj. ' Ageu, No. 2, Washington St. Portlam! Depot corner Ftat and. O streets,- t IT rsow I prescribe and fairy endorse BIg-O as the cure of this dtsee. O.n. l9&SSzS:SX" . " JVl TO 6 DAT8H iRH euKtrl9i9fm. V 'ArastenlaBir. g WahavesotABIipfol . many years. aadTtihaa lffi-t1n ,r" " Ssi. floiiiJTimjKlC aoTd b7 J, W.JJoac, Astoria, brvsoaC ""' mninrn Is kept on Cle at-'C - rflrtn DakeVAdTrrtlsInsBgean i cy. ot and la Merchants' fixctuuiKe pep, Hrmclsco. Cal.. where contracts Jar. AM?rr Islngcan be made for Ir, -- MUSTANG UNIMENT - TEnCAS -irrjSTAO rJHQISrj.j5aaU5tl' Bsyab kept UIIossi, sum aadfi5rtr' 'W. CtBnl-matl-H Lchlal TroHBrk."