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WEDNESDAY ..AUGUST 15, 18S3
PORT OF ASTORIA.
vessel ix the ni run.
Gbosebrouch, Am sp HicltUnd l.icbt. Aw. sp
Harry Moree. Am sp ''ormca.. Am t4i
Imperial, Am sp Kfiaiw, Am p
Titan. Am lB4ir.oa.Amvp.
Olenbrrric. Hr bfc Western JJetKe. Am ip
Olive S.Southard, Amsp f-olomn.
River Nttn. Hr bp Kate F Troap. Rr bk
Aberlemco. Br bk i;rasmere. Br bk
Turn O'.Slianter. Grtsedale. l!r p
Red Cross. Ainp I 'rrie Window. A ta bk
Roiburciliire. lir bk
VESSELS OS TUE VTA Y.
From Foreign Port, forllu
Harcany, Hrsp April 35 Clyde
JSleucfoll, 15r sp May 1 Louies
IJanfTsliire, Ilr bk April I.emlen
liliotan, Hrsp Lirerpool .Mar 12
City of Madrid. Kr m Mar S Oivd
Chasca. l!r bk Liverpool March P
Oairnsmore, Hrsp London April ST
Devonby, Ilr bk Newcastle Jf S AV
Kskdttle. Brbk Livsrpool 4y y.
Fiery Uros s, 15r f p Sidney
Clenperie, l!r bk April 23 Caniitf
UJrran, Ilr bk April :G I.en
Harry Bailey. Br bk Itaepe Ayrew
Inehcrccn. Br sp M91 Greenock, .Ine
Ironside, Br bk GretMek May H
Isle of Anslc5ea. Brbk Mar 5 !.siruriei
.lanet McNoil. ISr bk June 13 Glaafiaor
Kapunda, Br sp London April 7
Lake lirie, Br H) London April 29
M alienate. Brbk Liverpool May ti
Nairnfchire, Br ep Glawrow March Tt
Oban Bar, Br bk Mar "I CIsAfcaw
Uakwortb. Br Bp Feb It London
Oboron. Br bk Hull Jam- 2
Oberoa, Br tip London J hb 1"
1'ortlanil Lloyds. Am ap Mwttoridoo Maf 5S
Kefidliu. Brsji Perl Olwlmera Mar II
.Star of Krin, Br k (;laftow Jue 19
Spirit of the Dana. ISr lk May I-J.onuow
Scottish Tar. Br bk Liverpool. March II
Shenir. Br bk Xuwcatlc Mnrch ;4
WictoDshire. Br bk Breimm March 14)
From American Port.
Mero:n. Am ip Y
MtWasbincton, Am sp JTcw York Aptil IS
M W WatU. Am bk Sew York May 12
Sea Kins. Am tp X Y .lidr I
St. Lucie, t-p Xevr York March 11
Sovoroisn of tbe Seas, Am sp New York June '
Tillic K SUrbuck. Am sp X Y .J hi; 21
TIDE TAliLE FOR ASTORIA
Frum tables of United SUUeo Coast Symj
Hisli Wator. j !..sir V.'aier.
- 4 -JR......
. r. -in
. li 45
. 7 -17......
. 8 M ......
.11 (fci ,
. o r.i
.. 5 23.
.. n i7i.
. 8 13.
.. 9 12 .
msi ii so
11 17 - -
o i's o;
1 -7 1 M
... 2 'jr.
. : ii
.. G .17
CoIamLia Kivcr JSrroorfrs.
ltKCAI'lTUIT10X JAXXIA1CY '.
20I.87S 1US. Vll03t . S ."iW.SIO
SfiJ67 bills floiu-... . . iS7,17
Wheat. lC0,ft0Ti bus., valiH'.
Flour, ili. UH) bbls., "
Wheat M7.52! IhImjIs)
Salmon (UotW iros)....
Lumber iel )
Lumber. 75 M
Total, 3 cargoes
l'lour S.r.iT. bbls
Wheat .10.2 hi bus
Totitl, (i inrjro)
Flour, uitl bbls
Salmon, Si.iw. (..
Total, (l cargo
Flour, l.WI bliU
Total, t trRoe.s)
Domestic Esports. j
Tlie receipts of certain ariielca of Or-1
uyon jirodtlf e. at San Franowco. fnin
.lanuary 1. 188;:, lo AiiKti't Ttli, iaelu
sive, have been as follows:
Flour, qr sks 21.".HW
Wheat, ctls i!l,ii
Oats, ctls tf.l7
Salmon. blls rs
bf bbls I ioi
Apples, Ripe, bxs " 8,rH
Ruttor. pkj: j7
Totatoes. sks... Vt
Wool, bales..... ........ 28.271
Hides. Ko f.,7,V
Tallow, pkp; 761
Reef, bbls......... . jt
Hay. bales al
Quicksilver. Ua;ks ' 132
Fruit. Dried, pkgs c.Atl
Ixtalher. pkgs 7M
Hops, bales .... . -H&
Hams, pkgs a
Cheese, cs . 27
Max Seed, sk ..
Corn, ctls u !
Canned Goods, es... 721 1
Iinl. pk;s .................. 13
Racon, cs... 7
Rogular meetings second and fourth Tues
day avcnings of" each month, at IVi o'clock
C3" Persons dosirinc to have matters acted
upon by the Council, atanyrosular mootiinj
must present tho samo to the Auditor and
Clerk on or before tho Friday oveninpr prior
to tho Tuosday on which tho Council holds iU
regular mootinss. THUS. S. .1 E W hTT,
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria Lodge Ko. 40, L O. G.I.
. Rcpular Wcetinp every Tuofday Evoninc
at 7 o'clock, at I'ythian Hall, Attoria. Mem
bers of tho Order, in pood htnriuinjr. ai o im it
ed to attend. Degree mooting It Idondayof
each month. Ry ordor W. C. T.
Temple Lodge, Wo. 7 A. F. A. M.
Itesular Communications int. RnA
third Tuesday in oaeb month, at llA
o'clock, r. v.. at tho Hall in Astorin.
alcmbere of tho Ordor, in Rood standing, aro
:nviiou to attend, uv oruo: ot tno v. h.
Amorlcan Leeion of Honor.
Regular meetiuKot Astoria Council Xo.r5.
is held on the ftist and thinl Saturday of
eaea month, at 7 o clock v. i.
Ity order of Council Commander.
R. V AIoNTKiTit. See'ty.
Scarf Pins. Chains, Watches,
S X SUV 2S; WjS. 3S,
Of every description.
Hie finest stock of Jewelry in Astoria.
S"A11 goods warrantedasrepresentcd
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
-T0TJCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TIIE
IA city assessment roll for 1863 is now In
my hands for collection, and all persons that
tire Indebted for tho same may save five per
cent, by paying said taxes before September
Is not signing a pledge
or taking a solemn oath that
cannot be kept, because of
the non-removal of the caus-.
a man temperate is to kill
the desire for those dreadfui
artificial stimulants that car
ry so many bright intellects
to premature graves, and
desolation, strife and un
happiness into so many
Bitters, a true non-alcoko' -ic
Ionic, made in BaUimc .
Ikld.,by Uic Brown Chcnr.i .
Gimpany, who arc old dnst
gisls and in every particu
lar r-jiiable, -will, by rcn -ing
the craing .-.ppetiic .
the drunkard, an.; by cut:- -,
the nervousness, wcatnef-,
and general illlxallli resul-.-iog
from inlcrnperance, di
more to promote lemperancf,
in the strictest sense thr.i
any other means now kao".-...
It is a well authenticated
fact that many medicines,
especially 'bitters arenotli
ingbutcheap v.'hiskcy vilely
concocted for use in local,
option countries. Such is
not the case with Brown's
Iron Bitters. Itis a medi
cine, a cure for weakness
and decay in the nervous,
muscular, and digestive or
gans of the body, produc
ing good, rich blood, health
and strength. Try one bot
tle. Price x.QP.
Geueml aiwirtmeatof tulMeMool: cousfcir y
on hand, stich as
Caillied Fruits aud.Tollv
Fr8Sll FrUitS and Vegetables,
FLSn. POULTKY AKI A3f:
cs ii AllH AXS TilAt5.
Ail rttraf. for (TASK. Gomls sold oh eoi.t-
iMisntHi. OiMHwito I. V..Caes1o.
Main Kirect, --- AaIot'w Oregon
IIRTIGMAK C llfflillY
ESPSCTFULLY CALL THK
tin. i.f tUn in 1. ' fill
atovo Market will always be supplied wife a
FULL VARIETY BEST QUALITY
i2ESK AMD CURED Ft! EATS I
Which will bo sold at lowest rates, wholesale
sad retail, bpectnl attention juvnn to s'lppt;
LOOK HERE !
Wo T!Hwtfu!lv inform llf imblie fhat
wilt alwaj-s krei oti hand the bust tMialit of
Prcsli and Cured Meats
Choice Family Groceries,
Fresh Fruits, Vegetable, Crcke.iy and
Ships, Hotels and Hoarding Houses mij
IHicd on liberal terms.
A share of the laiblir ratrmtaae Lsres,cc:
dtf, WAR REX & THOMPSON.
WHERRY & C0BIPAKY,
Frosli mid Cured Meat--,
FRUTS, BUTTER, and EGGS,
opposite Occident hotel.
CSEKXA3EVS Street. Astoria. 0S
AKTORIA PIKE IEPART3:e:T
W. .1. RARRY Chief Engineer
F. P.iriCKS 1st Asst. Eisjdnecr
J. G. CHARTERS 2d A&st. Engineer
111" fourth Hfnmlav In pjioIi mnntli t 7 -an
i. M.,at ball of Astoria Engine Company
Oi'kiceiis. C. J. Trenchant. President ;
IJRI.flTW T. Tf QnKv " T Tn.iu.li.nl
Clms. Stickles, of Astoria K:
Uigllie Co. ISO. 1 ;
Win lcConnlc. F.L. Parker, II. F. Prael,
F.J.Taylor, a. W. Retry," ot Al"ert Hook and
nvonrrr rrr, . ,
Jtcguiar meeting first Monday in each
l oreman; James Hare. 2d Asst. Foreman,
alert jwokaxd LADDER Co. Xo.
month B - u Mmay m rac
niif, cJnM-7J' "T1J". President; c.
U!!". becretar' ; J. Tattle. Treasurer; F.
R. Elberson. Foreman : F. W. Ferguson. lt
ftSrn,,Sre,uau; Jf Fcrchen, 2d Asst.
Shiloh's Couch ana Constunntion
Cure is sold by ns on guarantee. It
ment "uu aol l
ATuuiAEgixE company x. i. carried over -100 miles. J3y the
Regit ar meeting first .Monday in each ! . ,Ci- i , r,-
month. t act of lS4o the postage was lixed
Oki'iceus. W.W. Parker, President; L. .,t rt olnt non jo-le letter
E. Selig, Secretary': Vfm. RoclcT-TreaMirer ; 'lto cens l l"ge
S. G. Insnlls. P'oreman : Clms. "WnllniHii it nnniwnn .inv nistxnPR under .)(!)
OKFiCKits.-C. W. Fulton. President ;IL F.
Prael. Secretary; J. J). Mcrrymnn, Ass't
Secretxiry : F. I- Parker. Treasurer ; 1. 1
l'arker. Foreman; 1L l. Pntnl ir
Probable ESect of the Reduction.
The new law reducing the rates
o postage will go into effect on
the 1st of October next, and the
authorities are now encas-ed in
the work of preparing the new
stamps. 1 he law substitutes two
cents per half ounce on letters for
three cent', tiie present rate. The
old three-cent stamp will be abol
ished, and in its stead will bo is
sued a two-cent stamp of new de
sign. The form of the new stamp
has already been decided upon. It
contain? a (ablet upon which is a
profile of Washington, similar to
that on the prfSfiit three-cent
stamp, burroumimg the prolue is
an oval band, and in the upper
part of the band the words,uUnited
States Postage." Beneath the
bond is a large ts2," and at the ex
treme bottom of the tablet the
words, "Two Cents.' The pres
ent two-cent stamp, with the head
of Jackson ttWeon, will be dis
continued after the 1st of -October
next. The vignette ; the new
stamp is copied from tin life-cast
used in makiinr Houdon's statute
for a new four-cant Ktage stamp
have also been received by the
postofiice department, but none
have as yet been . selected. This
stamn is also to be issued on the
1st of October next, and it is
meant for use on double-weight
The bill to reduce letter jos-tage
from 3 to 2 cents was introduced
on Dec. 13, 1SS0, by Mr. A. S.
Willis. No action wa5 taken upn
it bv that congress. .Mr. "Willis
introduced the same bill in. the
forty -seventh congress. By a
joint resolution of both hou&cs the
proposed reduction in rate was
added as as a clause to ana was
passed with the postofiice appro
priation bill last January. A cur
sory glance at the past will show
that the present reduction in post
Ugc was long ago agitated by men
roj-vort nf JhnO. recommended
reduction of inland postage from
f UP., nrnvailiiiP- rate of
cents on a letter conveved a dis
r , i nn -i i
tance of less than 300 miles, and
o . f .1 ...
to a uniiorm raie oi uuiu u
a prepaid letter when carried any
flisfrmpo rnr rvrfnlincr 3.000 miles.
Ex-President Fillmore on Dec. 2,
1S50, called the attention ol con-
irr ess to his postmaster central's
acceded to, and 3-CCIlt postage
under 3,000 miles became a law in
3 Sol. In 1SG2 a committee ap
pointed by business men peti
tioned congress for postal reform,
including a reduction in domestic
letter postage to 2 cents per let
ter. The late Peter Uoopur was
on the committee. Ex-Postmas
ter General James, in 1SS1, rec-
: ommended the introduction of the
2-cent rate, giving cogent reasons
for its desirability and feasibilit'.
President Arthur, Mu his message
tlated Dec. 4, 1S82, strongly rep
resented the 2-ccnt rate to the
consideration of the house. The
two houses made it a lav. in Jan
The first act of congress estab
lishing specific rates of postage
was nasscd Feb. 20, 1792. The
charge then on a single letter (one
sheet of paper) carried less than
00 miles was fixed at S cents
The maximum charge was Go cents
for a single letter, when conveyed
over -ioO miles. Other acts in
1790, 2S10, 1810 - and 1S25 were
I . i e
n0Z prouucuve Oi any auxiaiuiu
diminution in tlse minimum rate of
, , ..i.
Psge, ciiaiigua niauc ug
principally in the scaling of rates
.i: i L.... ,1
ance of transportation. The act
j of March 5. 1SM5, marked the
dawn of cheap postage. .1 list
nrior lo the aforesaid act the POSt-
' . .
ap-e on a sinirle letter was G cents,
;r mnveved 30 miles or los? 10
cents under SO miles, 121 cents
.....u.n:! t il n.o ;f
UllUti IUU Julius, UUU 1UJ lilillio li
I KIIII0) IS1U L-il WUllid tJ V
er distance. Then came a sweep-
I mg reduction inrougn ine acc oi
I t 1 o . . ..
paid single letter conveyed 3,000
miles or less, and G cents for any
o-reater distance. The act of
i. March 3, 1S25, raised the rate to
10 cents for letters carried a dist
ance exceeding a,UUU miles. Hie
, -,oro -i i t
or ISoo prescribed the present
rat0 on domestic postage of 3
cents per halt ounce, regardless ot
the distance carried.
The question is being discussed
as to the effect the reduction will
i M nf thr I
postal depurtment, involving as it
does, a loss of 33 percent. Many
people arc disposed to think the
effect will be to add a simultane
ous correspondence. The history
of past reductions in onr postal
rates lends conviction to their
speculations. It is a noteworthy
fact m connection with these stute
ments that in 1S30, Iwfore the
introduction of penny postage
(equal tokour '2 cents) into Grout
Britain, the numDer ot Ifttters
passing through the United Kins:-
do:n with a. iiopuiation of zb,nM):-:
000, w.us three per capita. In!
!Sb2 the number per capita ws;
thirty-five, with a population of
44,000,000, and its last official
annual report the British ixxstnlhcu j
showed a net revenuo of $! J,7f0,-
020 on the basis of pt-nnv pasta.
There arc others who roiiHoVrJ
that the postal car.l f-nnpteteh- ;
nils me Dill as to cueaii osiagf,
amt that the reduction win result;
in snrinuslv nrinnlinp' the revenue!
of the nostoffice for venrs tr, couie.
i ucy i unit umt inf. m-wsjwjiri .
snouia nave naa tne nreierenet- u: .
e . mm.,.
ieuuutiuu ui puaiuiiL-. iuu ia.a.-
Hon of newspapers thev cnnsiuer;
a tax unon the intel!in-:i. o nt tin '
.1 i.ix upon 1 up. nm 1.1
$ W. S 9W. IP. &5 SWo 8 6 !
old, who for S yeari?, Trom the
top or his head to his ankles,
was one ?.Iass of Scths.
My sov. a lad twelve years of -ze. waaf-t
nictetl with the worft form of Iiem. for a ;
iwrMHl oroisatyear.-. So vmiient was itthBt .
from the ton of his head to within a lew iaeh- i
esofhti ankle ho wa. one ma of ?caW.i
which roru.eI to yield to any troatmeut thai I
wa. alteinided. Every remcly that wasme-
porttxl by friends or physicians wa tried in ;
vain. Alloiithy, homoethy, lirW, root, i
?hlt-water bath, flaxseed iHoiltice. iwap-1. 1
oinimont.. and in short cverythiiu tlRt eoald '
lie done to eradicate the disorder reeraed only
burden to him. and the expense of the vxri- j
ou e.viiorimonti was a constant drain u )ou i
My wife rcadinjlho :olvertiem-Pt of the
Cctici'KA llKurniKS inoao or th Hh ly w .
vt. rcsoh-cd to make ouo mvro Miti!t at j
a cure, rllio dicsiso wa mw onrroHehiMK
IHn hia face. and eemod iucutablv.) 1 ivo
x reluctant consent to the itol. and n
Hrrinr tras ii-lit irilli f imoiM ladv ihv
kiaa of New York, who lnxlea m-t thor I
ouh examination oi the ea.?, and rromiw:
a euro without the Iea."t heritatioH by the use
ofyoar Ctticuk.v Rkmfmi-s. In tn wws
thero wasa iRHrked chanRc: tin: raw and an-j-ry
sore began to prow jmle and alony the
outer imIkos scaled oif, and as time woro on
they begun to disappear entirely, until at
the present writing the only Vttlige is one
Finall upot unon the forearm, .nureely visible
ami tart riia wiring.
Thin after tisht year i of oxyeone and anx
iety, we have the intei:?o saluiaetion of se
iiiB the cliildV skin a fair ami smooth as it
before this dreadful cutamxHe duorder
CI I AS. HAVRE 11 INKLE
219 FAIKMOrXT Atk..
Jersky City Heioiit?,
Ciin.wiooo and youth are the peri wis when
such diseases yiold mo?t readily to ihom tin
fuiling Skin an J Rlnod Specific, CirricuK.v
Rksolvt. the ncwRlood Purifier, and IV
Ticcnvand CtrrirrsA ro.i' the jrreat Skin
Cures. Price of Citicxra, small boxorf, Tkt.
larse boxes, 51.00 Cctk i ka Ri:soi.vtsr S l.w
Iterbuttlo. CiinrnASoAr.'Ilct". : Citkt
ri S:i t'!. ur. 1 cU. Sold Ly all drufi-t.
Potter Drug' and Cfcern. Co., Boston.
COfVlPLETE TREATMEulT $1
A stindo do?o of San ford's itailiral
!iife Instantly relievos the most violent
Sneexins or HcadCold?, Clears the Head as by
magic, stops watery discharges trom the A
and Eye, presents Itinpng Noises in the
Head, cures Xcrvous Headache, and Sb,lne
Chills ami Fcvor. In Chronic Catarrh it
cleanes the nasal passages of foul mucus, re
stores tho sense of smell, taste, ami hearinz
when alTecied, frees tho head, throat, and
bronchial tubes of offensive matter, sweetens
and purifies the breath, stops the cough ami
arrests the progress of Catarrh towards Con -
one bottlo lindical cure, ono oox i ai jrrnai
Solvent and Sanford's Inhaler, all in one
package.of all druets Tor 51, A?k for
romi'.s Raiucai. Clkc lVrr::K Haco ami
Ciikm, Co.. Rostov.
I fSl fi For the relief and preven-.Q06--Vo,
tion, tlie instant it N ap-
iViilAyC"ralCJa, .Tiauen, lougns,
nl,la W,-ir ltant' fniulol.
"))S cr Complaint. Uiliousl-'ever.
I'nlvi.f.iltr.n lliciiAiuia I lV.
laush at ja:n. Zc ererywliere.
For Infantile ami Rirth
Humors. Rough. Chapped
BEAUTIFiER iLhrPmiples."!! Skin
Rlemishes, ue CUTK l'lt-V SOAl. an ex
cniisiteSKiN Rkautifi kk, and Toilet. Ifcith.
and Nurserv Sanative. Fragrant with deli
cious flowor odor and Cut leu m balsams.
Absolutely pure: hlgniy meiiH-inai. in
dorsed bv physicians ; preferred by the elite.
Sah-s it: is.sl and 1$!, 1.00!).ouO cakes, -iiso
?pchiUu pre pared for thaviug.
I'itallzes and Enricbta :ln- B'.cul, ..nei
ttp ilio Systeuj, :I:il.ex the V.". cli
Slrons. Builds nj the :$rohe
dowzi, Im-igoralcs tlw
Dyspepsia, iv ervons Alfoclioss, Qn
eral Debility, ITcitralgia, I?e?cr
H'dRiors. Teniale Ooia-
plaints, livor Com
MX DISEASES OJIIGIHATK-'G KI A RAO STATT
OF TdE BLC00, Or. ACCCSIPAditD C V
DEBIU?-' 03 A LOW STAT
Of THE SVST3!.
suppLcsthe bioad with its VRal rriaHj'le.
Life JElcnient, XltON. ' :nn.i
VicoraadNe-.rr.i:oiaio5tJ-.T--.ri t .o fj-.Ki.
BEING FREE FROM ALuOHoU ii h.:.
K effects sic :io: followed by cj-rx-i...-..' r ..:
ion, but are pereuncct.
SETil W. rOWLE & SQKS, Prjfcu, t,
iarrkoa Avrauc. BhOcu. Stld by a& X roggnu
yv .' pVtri eN. Collin's i'Jnt ers an V.
PI ieTCW with a roroii Plaster
IT ir T T 5 CI ?f ! TIH m TSUI
KISS SUSIE LEE,
Soap and Dance Artist.
MISS JIARY MOULTOK.
Character Actress anl Kettatiftfe?s.
MISS l'ANXrE WA1.TOX.
The Child Wonder.
31J. IIRXKY WEST.
TiHlir with a new
I'imIit the niaiiriiH'iit of
PROP. CHARLES EICKAROS.
Aji tj.c old Favorites Retained.
IW .... Ih v:ir. ,v,f,r,ll;.1M Kv.rv
mkm -Knin-rnaiici.i rrogRimtiM
SOHCS, DAXCES AKD ACTS, j
vd! ;clV t-litci tctntnictSL i
ut vr m. '
ri. .,,,...1 is mmi rh!iiiv. m( all
!: hav wtl-d tnr eut. rtaiiiment juo- i
r it Jo In- t-nwJ to any vmrfctrwherv.
it!U -T.!.Tf r fir til trtiOltaS ;
' .M.,v.,mtll i. tw ..il.-it AhvImmIv I
wi.,!..!. to sN-iMt :t iiasaitt ovfoiiiK atstl
m-- orktivc wit and beautv wltlMMit vul-
::r.iy. nimm improve in. rpiwriiiMiy ami
Jdisw M4nv Moui.tox.
MX. W.M.TItlt I'AUKS.
Mk. Okas. IIakkows.
MK. ll!iXKY WKST.
Au 0j nhieh will ama'.nr nightly la thr dir.
(lK,a -r eootvrt everv evenuur : irerfonn-
amv eoiataencias at x: witrauet! lotlientre
ttt. i r.r . i.rim.. 1mm hu ri".iM-
Kww Snrs in ttRPitt Snooession
, . , innviuw
tli. A. M. .HUM).
Astoria Sail Loit.
M A Nir FAC rUR K LS O F
r a ; j o "mi TO TISfMIMAO
bAlLb, i LM ! O. HWrillNub.
Ami everything: els. Mrtaiiiin U onr
iiowest Price and Best Wot
For your ifoni-y.
At the Old
Iavc j-our onl'n atul ro! your work
done at once.
J. II ESS i CO.
Astorhi, - ()"
xVSTOKIA, - - - 01tEGO;
millS INSTITUTION. UNDKR CARE OF
JL the Sisters of Charity, is now ready for
! t hf receirtlon of iiatients.
J'rivate rooms for the accommodation oi
j an v desiring them.
' Patients admitted at all hoitts, day or night.
J No phvsieian lias exclusive right, even
'patient is free to and has the privilege ol
. t mployiug any physician they prefer.
United States 3Zariiie
I Seamen wlto jty Hospital Dues, are entl
i Hod ti Free can and attendance at this Hos
pital diinmcsk kness. rermtts must be ob
tained for United Slates Marines at the Cus
SlSTKUS OV ClIAKITt
1Vh Kaelt with Ills own Pet
Keliciuc Cultivate the Field
Hiere have always been uuaeks : Iepal
uuacks, theological inscks, scientific quack?,
ami medical quacks. Some of them are bland
oily fellows who arsuo and smile tho world
into believing thoir favorite bit of humbug.
Others aro pomjHHis ami protent jous parasites
Rut they mako it pay. Hen seem to love to
be swindled, stipulating only that it shall be
The dear public are e-iually liberal lo the
electric ami magnetic fraud. This fellow is a
xenius in his line. Ho will put a magnetic
I , . ...
unueruurcuiu, or uiuu, uui nuu w en
tire suit of magnetic clothes, warranted to
serve tho purpose of ordinary garments, and
and at tho same timo to euro all diseases,
from whooping-cough to hasty consumption.
Most of these have no nioro electric or mag
netic power about them than rcsidos in wool
en blankets or in girdles of sackcloth. Only
when applied by an expert is electricity of tho
slightest use as a medicinil agent, and even
then its value is grossly over-stated. What
is the strongest possiblo presumptive cvidenco
in favor of a particular remedy? Clearly that
it should have boen prepared by ros:onsiblc
persons of acknowledged skill in the treat
ment of disease.
Squarely on this foundation stands REN
SON'S CAPCINE POROUS PLASTER. En
don-ed by 5.00J physicians, phn'macist?, drug
gists, and chemists, it needs no further apol
ogy nor introduction. It is the ono and only
true and tried oxtornal application. Quacks
of all kinds pay the Capcino tho compliinont
of their dislike, as Satan is said to.hato hob-
Look in the middle of the plaster for the
word "CAPCINE." Price 25 cont3.
Seabury & John.-son, Chomists, New York.
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VOLTAIC BELT CD.. MARSHALL, MICH.
GEO. ITILL, - - - FKOPJJIETOK
WALTER PARKS, - STAGE MANAGER
( BEFORE-AMD - AnfrVi
GoSumbia Transportation Co.
Tl4 vopiUar steamer . ,s
Whirl has been reflttedfor the comfort of
nnsdengers will leave v ilou anu
Hslier's dock every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6
AM. arriving at Portland at 1 P.
K-tunths liv Portland every
TMsdmys and Thursdays at 6 A. (A.
Arriving at Astoria at 1 P. RJ.
Aa additional trip will be made on
Sunday of Each Week,
louring Portland at 0"oVloek
PxHsruRt rs by this rout connect at Kalauia
lor aoamt iMri. i.-. j.
Astoria and Portland.
F. n wikkmas.
wiM M.at roeiibir IriiK to Portland anil
AMoria JeavliiRlsunioirs d(H:k foot of Mor-
aimi win wiv o ilsoii s: issuers 111
Astoria, an; A. ai. Thursdays.
tr-Kreij-lu carried at reasonable rates.
81 iwiier RElYc."
WI LI. MAKE TRIPS AS
To YOUNGS RIVER. Mondays. Wednesdays
Sjmcial triw as required.
Will leave Wilson & Fishers wharf at
i oVlocIc sharp, each morning.
LEWIS G. IIAAVEX.
rpjMT Astoria. Master.
REGEAR stem packet.
"Daisy." and Barge.
Will leave Astoria, from Gray's Doclr,
For Olney, and Head or Youngs River,
Daily, at s a. m., (except Wednesdays and
Returning same day.
For Landings on Lewis & Clark's River.
On Wednesdays, :il s A. .11..
Returning same day.
yFor Freight or Passage, anply on board,
or at Gniy 's Dock, where Frclglit will be re
ceived and stored, ir necessary.
J. H. D.-GRAY.
and I'nvovitc Jiont
TS NOW READY FOR RUSINESS AND
A ran 1h chartered Tor excursions, special
parties, etc.. at reasonable rates. A general
steamboat inir business tniusacted.
V. ROELLING, Master.
"Then; is a tide :n the alTairs of men
Which, if taken at the Hood,
Leads on to Fortune." Shaksprrc.
Bo You Yant
A. COMPETENCY ?
T "ST T7 P CJ m
A VEEY SHOUT TIME.
Teniis Addition to AMi.
This addition commences only
live blocks from the 0. It. & N.
Co.Js extensive improvements, and
immediately adjoins the Mammoth
Flouring Mills to be erected by
Sibson, Church & Co. Immense
works are now o-oinor on rin-ht in
front of it, and there will be at
least four hundred thousand dol
lars spent on tnern this summer
and fall. The whole place is al
most level as a table, high and
sightly, and as before stated, close
up to the property on vhich Mr.
Villard is inaugurating immense
works of all kinds. The lots are
all full size, 50x100 feet each, and
range in price from 200 to 350
according to location.
Terms of sale: One-third cash
and balance in easy monthly or
quarterly payments, without in
terest. Discount made tor all casl
rials may be seen and any
further particulars obtained on
E. C. nOLDEX,
Auctioneer and Real Estate Aet
THE LATEST STYLES
B. 3. FRANKUK'S,
NENT DOOR TO ASTORIAN OFFICE.
A very large Stock from which to select.
Window curtains made to order.
S5T"My patent Trimmer to cut Wall Paper
win De lounu convenient to my patrons.
Oregon Railway & Navigation
On and After April 1st, 1883,
Ocean Steamers -will sail from San Fran
cisco and Portland every three days.
Leaving Spear St. wharf San Francisco, at
iv :w a. :!.. ami Ainswortn dock, Jfortiana,
Throuzll TicltRtK sold to .ill nrineln.a
cities in the United States, Canada and
River and Rail Division.
On and after July 22d, 1883.
rassenger Trains leave Portland fop East
ern points, at 7 :30 A. M., dally.
RIVER DIVI5IO.V (.Middle Coltuubla):
Boats leave Portland for Dalles at 7 :0O
Leave PorM i I I
land for Mon TiklWe. iThu, I Frl. I Sat.
lower uo-l I I I
lnmbia...JAM SAM SAM 6AM
Dayton. Or.',7 AM,' liAllj
Vlctoria.BC!fiAMi6 AMIS AM6 AM
Leaves Astoria for Portland at 6 a. in. daib ex
Astoria to Portland.
Steamer Wide Went will leave Astoria
for Portland, IP. 31.
Returning, leaves Portland for Astoria,
3 a. j., uauy, v eunesuays excepted.
Pnllman Palaco Cars rnnning btweea Port
land, and Missoula.
C. H. PRESCOTT, JOHN MUTE,
manager. Sup't of TratUc
A. 1 STOKES, E. P. ROGERS,
asslsx. bnp't oi lratiic. Gen'l Agent
iiwaco Steam Navigation Go.'s
Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort Canby,
Connecting with L. A. LoomLs Stage Line,
ai-d Shoalwater Ray Transportation Co's.
Oy sterville, (daily), Montesaiio, and
Olympla, Mondays, Thursdays,
Steamer "Gen. MUes,t!
or "Gen. CanLy"
Will make two trips daily, except Wednes
nay, between Astoria and Hwaco as follows :
Leave Astoria at 7 A M, touching at Fort
Stevens and Fort Canby and arriving at H
waco at 8 'Sio A M. Returning, leave Hwaco
at 9 rflo A M lor Astoria and arriving there at
11 -SX) AM, land along side steamer Wide
AVest to transfer Passengers, Baggage and
Leave Astoria at 1 P M for Hwaco direct,
and arrive there at 2 0 P 31, Returning,
leave Ihvaco at 5 :30 P M, touch at Fort Can
by and Fort Stevens and arrive at Astoria
On Wednesdays leave Astoria at 9 AM for
Fort Stevens. Fort Canby and Iiwaco, Re
turning in the afternoon,
Fare between Astoria and Fort Stevens 50 cts
Fare between Astoria and Fort Canby
or Iiwaco .75 cts
Freight between Astoria and
Iiwaco $2 00 per ton
Horses between Astoria and H-
waco . . 2 00 each.
Carriages between Astoria and
Ihvaco 2 00 each.
Oregon & California R.R.Co
On an aor May 13, 1S83, trains will rua as
follows, DAILY (Except Sundays),
Ketwccn PORTLAND and GLENDALE
1XAIL TEA El
LEAVE. ARRIVE. -
Portland. 7:30 a. sr.IGlondale 10:35 p. .
Glendnlc 1:00 A. sr. Portland 4:25 r. v.
ALBANY EXPRES8 TRAIN.
Portland 4:00 P. M.ILebanon. 9.20 P. M
Lebanon 4:15 A. M.Portland.I0:05A.M
The Orccon and California Railroad Ferrr
makes connection with all RegularTrains on
Itetwecu Portland and Corvallis
Portland D:00 A. M.ICorvallia 4:80 P. M
Corvallis 8:30 A. M.U'ortland 3:20 P. M
Portland 5:00 r. ir. McMinnville.8:00 p. if.
Mc.MinnvilIe:45A.3r.Portland 8:30 a. m.
Close connections made at Glendalewith
tho Stages of tho Oregon and California Stage
sas Iickets for sale at all the Dnncipal pointi
in California and the East, at Company's
Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or.
SfOr!ii?ft will bo charred on frelzht raraaln.
ing atCompanys Warenouse over 24 hours.
rreicht will not be received tor sainment
after 5 o'clock P. M. on either the East or
JOHN MUTE, Sup't of Traffic.
. L. STOKES, Asst. Sup't, of Traffic.
Shoaiwater Bay Transportation Co.
Astoria to Olympia,
Fort Stevens, Fort Canby, Iiwaco.
Xortli llcach, Oysterville, North
Cove, Petersons Point. Ho
And all points on Shoaiwater Bay, and Gray
On Columbia River.
Connecting with. Stages over Portages,
Leave Astoria for Olympla, at - - 1 A. 31.
On Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
arriving at Montesano the day after leaving
Astoria through trip in 60 hours.
Leave Olympia for Astoria on same days.
Wilmerding & Co., San Francisco.
Loeb & Co., Agents, Astoria.
WE ILVVE THE AGENCY FOR ASTO
na of the above safes r parties desiring
to pnrchase will do weU to call and examine
catalogue and prlceilsts.
ROZOETH & JOHNS,