ri) : ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY. OCTOBKK 7. 16S3 COMMERCE AND TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. Ravcnstondale, Kr bk Qapenstewn. Sept ?5 Itoxlmrcliire Br 1V Quecn4own Oct 1 Hirer Xith. Mr sp Qnocnstown Octelior 1 & AILED. Aberietnno, Br bk Qneonftotrn Oct C WlKtonsbire. Br bk Quecnstown October C State of California, bb Debney. b V Oct C VESSELS IX THE RIVER. fJhesebrnuch, Am sp Harry Morso. Ani sp Imperial, Am sp Titan. Am Olive S.Sontbard. Arosp Bed Cross. Am mi Oeo. Henley, Jlr bk St. Lucio.Am sp Dorenby. Hr bk Scottish Tnr. Hr bk Nairnshire, llr p Shcnlr. Hr bk Hioty Cross, BrKp ' Kxpunda. Brsp Alton. Oct 3- SUAVafiblncton. Am sn. Highland Licht. Ain.sp "orsica. Am sb Reaper, Am sp Indiana. Am sp. Western Belle. Arasp Coin ma. tJrasmcre. Br bk Oriwdnln. Brsp Carrie Winslow.Am bk Ohsnca. Br bk O D Bryant, Am bk Martha Fisher, Scottish Prince. Br bk BsniTsirc, Brbk ' VESSELS OA' THE WAY. Front Forvfffit Forts, for Ilie Columbia River Barcany, Br sp April 23 Clyde Blencfcll, Br sp May 11 London Bhotan, Brsp Liverpool May 12 Oh as. Cotoswortb, Br bk I.irerpool City of Madrid, Br sp MorS Clyde City of Carlisle. Br bk Greenock Aug 1 1 Bskdalc. Br bk Lirirpool July 2C Olenporis, Br bk April 2S Cardiff fiirran. Br bk AprilSG London Harry Balloy. Br bk Buonos Aires Inchjtreon. Brsp 1031 Greenock, .June 2 lrotMiile. Br bk Greenock May 19 Isle of Anglesea. Brbk May S Liverpool .Utmt McNoil..r bk June 18 Olaecow Kllluolian, Br ftp Xeivoattle Kric, Brsp London A pill 2Jt Malfccate, Urltk Liverpool May 21 OImh Bay. Brbk Mar SI GImkoiv Oaknflrlli, Brsp Feb 2W London Obornn. Brbk Hull .lune.Te Oberon, Brsp London June 10 Star of Krin, Br sp OlasRou- Juno VJ Spirit of the Dawn. Br bk May 2 London From American PorfM. Atria, Am sp X V Sept IS Merom, Am sp .N V Aucust 17 M W Watts, Am bk Xeiv ork May 12 Sea KiiiK, Am sp X T July 4 SovoreiRn of the Seas. Am sp New York .Tcne ! TlHie K StarbuckAm spX Y JuncSJ TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA From tables ol United States Coast isurvv High Water. Low Water. Date. A. M. P. M. A. U. P. M. 1 5 0...... k'.7Z o 10 ... 11 VI. 13 2 03 J a :r,..... 3 14. 4 001. 4 KB. 5 Ml..... 58! 8 07 ....... 9 181..... 10 35J.... 8 14.. S 4:t, .. if IB. ...10 02. ....10 M.. ... 0 22.. .... 1 07.. ... 2 18.. . 3 1!.. .. 4 1C. .. 9 -..10 ...10 ...11 I'.ll . 0 - :i oo.. 3 JTT.. - 4 CO.. - 5 45.. - fi 42.. . 40.. . S 40, . o :... .10 33.. ia Colombia River orts. 8HIPMENTK FOltKION. HKCAMTtrLATIOJf JANUARY '83. "!R7S hlt wl.no 50,257 bbis flour....n!!!'.."r.7."!i Total, 3 cargoes..... FKBKUAUV. . Wheat. lco.Wi bus., value.... rlour.'jfi.-luObhls., " ..... Total. Scat-goes MAitoir. Wheat 007,524 bushels) Flourr.C8.ni bbls) 1. Salmon (20.KJ cases)....; Lumber (500 M ) .".." Total (8 cargoes) Al'ltlL. Flour, 24,830 bills . Lumber, 375 M " Tola!, 3 cargoes MAY. Flour 3.525- bbls Wheat. 411,212 bus Total, (l cargo).....;. Flour. 901 bbls Salmon, $7,7iiu es.. ".." Total, (l cargo) H'LY. Flour. 154 hhU Salmon, lis.322 cs . Total, (3 cargoes).. AUOUST. Flour, 4.00SJ4bbfs S;ilm0n, 72,037 cs 30G.310 ..S lIO.lfH .. m,i:i;i 21G,7".0 ?:tll.iOT 13.030 0,000 .....SSW.3H1 . 4(5.000 ..5180.KM IS 17.PS1 . M.QOG .S7fi77 S 4.A70 .. 1SS.VC5 -S11I8.035 -S610S3 5 24JSG5 SCO, 185 Total , 2 cjirgocs.. SnSl.150 .SKITKMr.RK. 3 To Quccnsioicn per Itomlltu. Wheat 71,312 bus $05,200 25 To Quccn.lown iKr-Harcnstomlalc From Tortltntl "45,411 bus. wheal $43,400 " Astoria i9,7oo " is7o Totats gt,,i-:i sc270 ooTor.Kir. lTo Quccnstmcn per Ahcrlcmnu. From Portland 41,031 bus wheat 37,fi50 1 To QiuautUiwn per ItoximruMrc. rrom I'ortland 40.400 bus wheat. .SaSi)Oo jvsiona ia,i&: . u.hho Totals 53.5K! -$5000 2 To QuccnrtoiCTJ, per fitter XllliS From I'ortland 44,5ISbus. whoaU.....S41.430 AStorla 20,450 ." " ......... 10.070 C4.99S ' &io;. 2 To Quecnstotcn, per W'iglonMrc l?rom Portland 4C.1C0 bus. wheal.,1 ?43j " Astoria C.COC . wheat ti. 52,820 50 Domestic Escports. The receipts of certain articles of Or V)on Dioilucc. at San Francisco, from January 3, 188.:, to Sept SUh, inclu sive, nave oecn as iohows Flour, qr sks Wheat, ctls . . . 34.478 120.412 34.178 uats, ctls Salmon, bbls hi bbls cs.............. nkgs Apj.!es, itie, bxs . Butter, pkgs .. Potatoes, sks Wool, bales.......... Hides. Xo Tallow, nkgs ... ........ Beef, bbls Hay. bales..................., Quicksilver, flasks Fruit, Dried, pkgs Leather, pkgs..... .... ., Hops, bales.... . Hams, pkgs . . ..... Cheese, cs.................... Flaxseed, sks . Com. ctls Canned Goods, cs Lard, pkgs.... .. Bacon, cs 1.45G 810 233,421 390 8,300 28.424 30.834 30.871 704 11 23 . 142 C.490 S51 490 0 33 4.199 11 72G 13 18 CHURCH DIRECTORY, Grace Curncn Holy communion first Sunday of even month. Sunday ervices at 11 a. m., and 7 :30 p. m. "V ed ncs lay eveniiiR service at 7 "30 o'clock. Jlev. M. D. Wilson. Hector. First Pjiksbytkmax Cnur.cir Ser vices at 11 A. M.and 7:00 p.m. Wednes day cvenins prayer meeting at 7i)0 o'clock. Kev. J. V. Million, J'astor. Coxoi:i:ATjT)XAi.CmKcn Services Htn a. m. ami 7:30 r. m. J lev. Sam'l Wood, Pastor. Homax Catholic Cnri:cii Services at 10 :50 a.m. Uev. L. J)ielman, Pastor 31. E. Ciirncir Services at 11 A. m and "SWr.M. LeeturcRiid Prayer 3Ieet Wed lesdaj', at 7 p. M. l!ev. Win. Roberts, Pastor. Baptist Church. Services, each Lord's Day at 11 a. m.. and V. v. t. Prayer reetinK on Wednesday, at v. m. Kev. B. S. jleLalferty, )astor. Common Council. Regular mootings second and fourth Tues day evenings of each month, at 7J4 o'clock Persons desiring to have matters acteu upon by the Council, at any regular mcotinc must present tho samo to tho Auditor and Clerk on or beforo tho Friday oveninc prior to tie Tuesday on which tho Council holds ita regular mootinEs. Til OS. S. .1 E W TT. Auditor and Clerk. Astoria Lodge No. 40. L O. G.I. Regular MeetinK every Tuesday I'.vcnins at 7 o'clock, at Pythian Hall, Astoria. Jlcm liors nf ihn Ordnr. in rood standing, arc Invit ed to attend. Degree meeting 1st Mondity of each' month. Uyordor W. C.T. Templo Lodge, Ho. 7A.P.A.M. Regular Communications first nndVfV third Tuesdays in each month. at75 v o'clock, v. i!.. at tho Hall in Afetoria. Mcinbcrs of tho Ordor, in good standing, are .A 1 It 1. -f t. U' t IJcavcr Lodsre !V'o. I. O. ). h Keinilar meeting every Thursday evening at half-past seven o'clock, stt lhc Jitjdge room in Odd Fellows Hall. Astoria, bojournin'i niembers of llu order in good standing cordiallv iuviUn! to attend. By order N'.G American Lesion of Honor. Regular meeting otAstorhiCoHiicil No. 1115, is iioiu on tlie nrst ami tinni liK-xiny t er.'-h iitonth. aS 7 o'clock r. i. lly order of Council CoinmamU'r. R.V Moxtbitii. Soc'ty. Astoria Retail 3Iarkct. Flour per sack ?1.40. Wheal, per cental 2.00. Oats, " 2.10. Bacon, sides per HJ.V ois. Shoulders, " 15 cts. Hams, " W320 cts. Lard, 44 17 cts.. Butter, per roll 80 cts. Eggs, per dozen 40 cts. Potatoes, per lb C cts. Apples, green, per'box 1JJ0. Cheese, per lb a) cts. Commeal, per lb 4 cts. . Oatmeal, " 7X cts. Beans, " Tt cts. Coffee, 41 10 cts. Tea, (KcSl. Bice, " i0cts. Sugar, " 12 14 cts. Syrup, per gallon 7fic (58 Si. Jloney, per gallon Sl-. Salmon, per kit5. Onions, per lb 2 cts. Apples dried per lb 12 els. Peaches " " 12 in els. Plums, 44 " viti P 10 cts. Candles, per 11 25 cts. Chickens, per dozen 0. Ha5T, pcrtonS25. J lirles, per lb 10 (if 15 cts. Oils, per gallon, boiled linseed, 75c raw linseed, 70c; coal oil, 40c; lard 1.25 MARKETS.- CENTRAL MARKET. General assortment of table stock constantly on nand, such as Canned Fruits and Jelly, Bacon, Hams, Shoulders, Lard I3C5GS. "BUTTER, CHEKSK. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, FZSH. POULTRY AjT A3IE In the season. CICSAKS AXI TOBACCO. Rest of ANI X.IQHORN. All cheap for CASH. Goods sold on com mission. OpjioMte I. W. Case's store. J. RODGERS. Wasliington TSEarkst, totip Xlrcct, - - Astoria Oregon 'BERGMAN C JiERlty T ESPECTPULLY CALL THE ATI EN JAtion of tho public to the fact that tut above -Market will always bo supplied with a FULL VARIETY BEST QUALITY FRESH AND CURED Pi! EATS ! Which will bo sold at lowest rates, wbotesalo and retail, bpocial attonuon ciren to eoppu- nc shirs. LOOK HERE ! "We -cspcct fulls' Inform life public that we will always keep on hand the nest quality of Presh. and Cured Meats Choice Family Groceries, Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Crockery and Glass-ware. Ships, Tlotels and Boarding nouses tup plied on liberal terms. A share of the public patronage is respect fully solicited. dtf, "WARREN & THOMPSON. STAR MARKET. WHERRY & COMPANY, Fresli and Cured Meats, VegetalDles, FRUTS, BUTTER, and EGGS. OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL, C1IEXA3IU8 Street, AHtoria Or LUMBER ! LATH AND SHINGLES, In Quantities to suit at Short Notic STOXE & DAYIOSOX. tf Opp. Tarker House. TRUTHS The blood is the foundation of life, it circulates through every part Of the body, and unless it is pure and rich, good health is impossible. If disease has entered the system the only sure and quick way to drive it out is to purify, and enrich the blood. These simple facts are well known, and the highest medical authorities agree that nothing but iron will restore the blood to its natural condition; and also that all the iron preparations hitherto made blacken the teeth, cause head ache, and are otherwise injurious. Brown's Iron Bitters will thor oughly and quickly assimilate with the blood, purifying and strengthen ing it, and thus drive disease from any part of the system, and it will not blacken the teeth, cause head ache or constipation, and is posi tively not injurious. Saved his Child. 17 N. Eutaw St., Baltimore, Md. Feb. 11, 1SS0. Gents: Upon the recommenda tion of a fhend I tried Ikon' Bitters as a tonic and re storative for my daughter, whom I was thoroughly convinced was wasting away with Consumption. Having lost three daughters by the terrible disease, under the care of eminent physicians, I was loth to believe that anything could arrest the progress of the disease, but, to my great surprise, before my daugb ter had taken onebotde of RrowitY Iron Bitters, she began to mend and now is quite restored to former health. A fifth daughter began to show signs of Consumption, and when the physician was consulted he quickly said "Tonics were re- Suircd :" and when informed that ic elder Sister was taking Brown's Iron Bitters, responded "that is a good tonic, take it." A l0 RAH Piielts. Brov:'st .,x Bitters effectual ly cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Weakness, and renders the greatest relief and benefit to persons suffering from such wasting diseases as Con sumption, Kidney Complaints, etc. MAGUUS C. 0K0SBY, Dealer in HABBf ABE, II, STEEL, Iron Pipe and Fittings, PLTjaiBERS AND STEAM FITTER Goods and Tools, SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD SHEET IRON TIN AND COPPER, Cannery anfl Flsbennens Supplies Stoves, Tin Ware and House Furnishing Goods. JOBBING IN SHEET IRON. TIN. COP PER PLUMBING and STEAM F ITT INC Done with neatness and dispatch. None Dut llrst class workmen employed. A large assortment rj S O A L 15 P (Toiistantly on tiun.1 ATTENTION SOLDIERS I ' SI Ol. (:)(. O(H) Aiiproprlalotl in lS:t Top XVii.sious. AN ACT to relieve soldiers from the charge of desertion :ind pTint all. such Milillers their full dues, and to grant soldiers marked as DKSHUTKKS hononible disi-lurnre papers. AX ACT 'o extend the arrears of the pen sion net ami continue it in forreso far as widows and children are concerned. AN ACT allowing pay for horses and equipments lost in service, etc. Nearlv every person is entitled to 211 increase. E'ensIoiiH, .Bounties, I:tnl 'lnlniH and I'mentM attended to. For particulars tsill or address C. J. CUKTIS. Atloniey and Counselor at Law, Solicitor of Claims and ratents. liooiiw 3 and 4 Odd Fellows building. As toria, Oregon. J. H. JD. GKRAY, Wholesale and retail dealer in. GROCERIES, FLOUR, AH D FEED Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc. LIME. SAND, AND CEMENT. General storage and Wharfage on reason able terms. Foot or Benton street. Astoria Oregon. Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint ? Shiloh's vitalizer is guaranteed to cure you. Sold by W. E. Dement 2 5 IS iSla .15a : wm Imagining Sickness. Among the papers left behind him by a German physician who died a few weeks ago is one con taining notes of certain conclu sions he had arrived at (luring a professional experience of more ! than forty years. In one of tiiese notes he expresses an opinion that j at least u third ol the illness of the j patients who had souirht his ad- i 1 vice were pureiy imaginary. He found it not only against his own interest, but also against that of the self-alleged sufferers, to destroy the illusion by informing them that there was really 110 cause fur anxiety. Ill health was in Awiu a matter of almost vital iiujhu-- tance. To destro the pleasing belief that they possessed :h;s! blessing was an absolute cruelty, i in me lew instances ux wiucn he broke to them the terrible truth that they were quite well, he found that the result was genu ine illness. For the patients, nil interest in life departed with their favorite occupation of nursing themselves, and their health be came seriously affected by nerv ous depression. He aUo found that, as a rule, wrakly persons live longer than strong one?. Without jroinir so far as to f?av I that the best lives are those re jected by the insurance office?, lie; thought nevertheless that pfrsons with a "screw loose"' more often j attain longevity than those inj whom no trace of disease can be j detected. ! The settlers on the Clasknnio are going to make an efTort this winter, to cut a road from their settlement to the settlement on tho Beaver, and the Columbia river; that will give them an outlet to the river, much nearer than they now have. Drugs and Chemicals 4J.E. THOMAS,! rrescriptious carefully compounded Day or Night. THE BEST Boarding and Lodging House. Chas. AValhuau has opened a boarding and lodging house south of O'llrien's hotel, near the gas works. The table is supplied with the brst the maiket affords: good food and clean beds will be furnished at the regular prices. (ive me a call and satisfy vonrsclvc. CHAS. WaLLMAN. READY FOR BUSINESS. Saddle and Harness Shop. A. J. CL0UTIIIE. AH manner of Repairing, etc., attended to. Shop hi rage's new building on Cas.s street. HANSEN BiiOS. SASH AND DOOR FACTORY, AND PLANING- MILL. A full stock of home manufactured goods constantly on hand. Special Attention given to Orders. All work guaranteed. Your patronage so licited. ASTORIA. Oregon GERMAXIA BEER HALL AND BOTTLE BEER DEPOT CHKXAura Street. Astoeia. The Rest of Lager 5 Cts. a Gtttss Orders for the ia Brewery Left at this place will be promptly attend ed to. j3rNo cheap San Francisco Beer sold at this place WJI. BOCK. Proprietor. EEMOVAL. The Astoria Passenger Line WILL AFTER THIS DATE HAVE ITS headquarters at Its Stables next to 15. B. Franklins, two doors below The Asto biax office. First-class Livery service. Carts with horse furnished, for one dollar per hour. Carriages on application The Astoria Passenger Line Hacks will leave for Upper Astoria from the stables. Horses taken to board. MRS.T.O'RRIEN. 1 DRUGGIST AND vj : Pharmacist, CJ ! AST0RlA.o 1 A CT l i I fH 0F THE OLDEST AND K03T P.ELIABU REMEDIES in THE WOHLD FOfi THE CURE OF Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Influenza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, and Every affection of tho THROAT, LUNGS AND 8HEST. including QOEISURaPTBOBg. A WELL-KfiOVH FHYSICIA?! WTiITC:-: " U dees not dry up a cough, and Icav- tr- c.;u.c .LinJ, as i the case with root preparations, lxd boscas it, cleanses the I rags and allays irrkation t!ius removing the cause of complaint." DO NOT V.r. DECEIVED by articles a z similar names. Be sure you g: DH. WlSTAIt'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY, cith the signature of" I. BUTTS" on tKew-anocr CO Cents and SI. OO a llottlf. riepared by SETJI V. FOWLU & iON'S, a.Mass. So!J lv d"iisicnd dealers etoctoS' r sr. BEFORE -.AND - A ri::ti; LgZsaxz ira 32 2 -7- TORIEHQHLYjYOUNGGROLB, WHO arc snffprlnj; from XnRVCCS Dedil irv. Ir Vituty. cv Sunn J- .nr s ash Vi-jor, Vjl-t:o V ; aidci-sses. nr.it all tlitf l!.Jea.-es of a l't-i&js. Natces rc rnltin from AEtsrs and Other Cavses. Sjw!- ivlli-f and complete rvtiraU.n or IIEALTH, VtOOKOad M.V-VI'OOD Ul ARASTEnn. The Krand--t di-covt-ryor the Nineteenth Ceiittirv. S-nl at mice for IUustrattHl l'aui jililct f rce. Address VOLTAIC BELT CO.. MARSHALL, MICH. SLIGHT 0BDS. .V Iiittle Stora'tvith a Lnrge 3Iornl Ohp Ulan who KntMVhis Own IJusiiir.sM. "No. my dear," said tho venerable keeper of a country storo to a timid little girl whoso head scarcely camo tip to tho level of the counter. "So, my dear, wo haven't any red flannel, bnt we have somo first rate New Or leans molase?." Softly hinting that she ilidn't think that would answer the purpose quito as well, the child went her way in search of the article she wanted. "JIaveyoa BEXSOX'S CAPCIXE PLAS TERS?" sliced a xenilemas of a certain dru Kt whose name eouid be siren were it de sired. 'I ant troubled jwnt now with a (ouch of my old friend, the lumbago, and the Ben son; Plaster seems to ro to the snot almost cs soon as it toueheg the skin' "Xot at present." replied tho druggist, pen ially " but, we have lots of plasters just as good. There is AllcoekV, the Capeicum and others won't ono of them do as well?" "3Iy dear sir," retorted the gentleman with a slight show of temper, "I say nothing apnin-t those articles, hut I am a business man, and always ask for precisely what I want, and for nothing elt c. I may enlighten you, howovcr, when I say that somotimoago for another disease, of which tbo Capcino has since cured me, I tried all thoso you mention wilh no appreciable benefit. They are incfii cicnt, ovory ono of them; tho meanest act of tho proprietors of some of them being this that they make plasters with similar sound ing names to dectivo the unwary into believ ing they aro tho same thing. Experience taught me the difference. I'll go to the next man in your line. (!ood day." Bo on i our guard dgainst imitations. The genuino has the word CAPCIXE cut cleanly in tho middle of tho plaster, .fll others are impositions. Scabury & Johnson, Chemists, New York Grace Church Parish School. Rear of Church Building. THIS SCHOOL WILL RE-OPEX 3IOX day. September .t.isst. The moral train ing of the children whl be varefiillv watched and made a special oint. In addition to the ordinary course of study there will be instruction m the elements of Voenl 31 u Irawinr ami Calisthenics. If found desirable or expedient, classes will in formed ill Higher .Mathematics, Botany, As tronomy. Advanced -music ana Drawing ior wiucn iignt extra cnarges will lie made Terms ! a month, strictly in advance. OFFICERS. REV. M. D. VTLSOX. - - Rector JiissAS.MliW.ciiims. - Principal MISS 51. C. 1 REX CHARD, - Assistant For further particulars applv to RKV.M.h.WILSOX. L. K. G. SMITH, Importer and wholesale dealer in Cigars ami Tobaccos, Smokers' Articles i'laying Curtis. Cutlery ta tiourrv. Kfr. The largest and finest stock or 5IEER SCILVUM and AMBER COODS in the. eltv Particular attention paid to orders from me couiurv, Tu bo. BR ACKER, Manager. liuenamus aircer, Astoria, uregon. THE LATEST STYLES WALL PAPER AT XEXT DOOR TO ASTORIAX OFFICE. A very large S:ock from which to select. "Window curtains made to order. tSMy patent Trimmer to cut Wall Paper win uc xuiiiiii coiiYciiicui io my patrons. That Hacking Couch can be so quickly cured by Sbiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Sold by W. E. Dement. en, . (BEFORE AND - AFTOVi SHIPPING NOTICES. Columbia Transportation Co. FOR PORTLAND. iFAST ti:ie.) Tn.- !-.M:l:r steamer FLEETWOOD, Whvh has n reStted for the comfort o pxMnrf rs will lexve Wilson ami FTsher dock every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P. Rf. Returning iwives Portland every Tucsfintfs and Tlwrsdais at 6 A. hi. Arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M. An addtttoiml trip will be made on Sunday of Each Week, leaving Portland at 9 o'clock Sunday morning. I'asngers by this rmit connect at Kalama fT Stttiml iorts. I. I'. SCOTT, President. RE&EAR steam packet. -Daisy." and Barge. Will leave Astoria, front Gray's Dock, For Ohicy. and Head of Youngs River. Dnilv. at S A. M.. (exeunt WeiltiMihivs mii1 Sundays.) Beturning sainc lay,. For Landings on Lewis & Clark's Biver. On IVfilui-siljiys. at S .1. 21.. Ket uming sume day. ir7-l'or Freight or Passage, amdy on hoard, or at (!ray 's Divrk, where Freight will be re ceived ami Mured, if necessary. .f. II. D. (5 BAY. Steamer TOM MORRIS. THIS SK'.V al, :iml Favorite ilout TS NOW READY FOR lU'RINESS AND i. can Ik chartered tor excursions, special lKtrties. etc.. at reasonable rates. A geueral steaniboatiitK business transacted. Y.P.OELMXC.Miister. .1. HESS. A. M. .IOIIXSON. Astoria Sail Loft. MANUFACTURERS OF SAILS. TENTS. AWNINGS, TAEPATJLINS, And everything else jiertaining to our Uustness. LowestPrice and Best "Work For your Money. At the Old Stand. Leave your ortler? and get your "work done at once. .r. ii ess & co. Astoria, - Oregon. PERUVIAN . BITTERS !, Wilmerding & Co., San Francisco. Loeb & Co., Agents, Astoria. HOSPITAL, ASTOKIA, - - - (XREGOIS Tins INSTITUTION. UNDER CARE OS tho Sisters of Charity, is now ready foi t he reception of patients. Private rooms for the accommodation ol any desiring them. Patients admitted at all homs.day or night. No physician has exclusive right, everv patient is free to and has the privilege ol employing any physician they prefer. United States 3Iarinc Scftiuen who pay Hospital Dues, are enti tled to Free care and attendance at this Hos pital during sickness. Permits must be ob tained for United States Marines at the Cus tom llouse. SiSTKns of Chaeitv BUY TEE BEST ! Irish Flax Salmon Net Threads Woodberry, and Needle Brands, SEINE TWINES. CORK MB LEAD LINES, Fish Pounds, Seines, and Xcts Imported to Order. A 5 AND FISH HOOKS. CONSTANTLY ON HAND. HENRY DOYLE & CO., 517 and 519, MARKET STREET SAN FRANCISCO. iSTAgcnts for the Pacific Coast. j "-amg x -ZL 1"" i TRANSPORTATION" LUTES. Oregon Railvay & Navigation C03IPAXY. OCEA.V ixtisiox. On and After April 1st, 1883, Ocean Steamers will sail from Portland and San Francisco everr lhrco days. Leaving Ainsworth Dock, Portland, at mid night, and Spear St. wharf San Francisco, at 10 oo A-M. Throush Tickets sold to all principa cities in the United States, Canada and Europe. River and Rail Division. On and after Sept. 2nd, 1883. RAIL DIVISION. Passenger Trains leave Portland for East ern points, at 6:15 A. M., daily. RIVER IHYISIOX (Middle Columbia). Boats leave Portland for Dalles at 7 :00 A. M. ALSO : Leave Port" land for Mon Tu. We. Tim FrLlSat. Astoria and I lower Co- I lnmbia.... ISAM 6AM Davtnn. I If !T am! CAM BAM SAM 6 AM AM AM SS3iu::l iAMj 1 6 AM Corvahi3..f i Victoria.lt C'jfi AM C AM B AM 6 A3I ? AM6 AM - . w. uaiijr ex cept banday.B land, and Helena. C II. rRESCOTT. JOHN M nn?. Manairfir. Snn't nf Tmmn A . L. STOKES. E. P. ROOERS. Assbt. Sup't of Trafllc, Gen'l Agent Oregon & California R.R.Co On an after May 13, 1SS3, trains will run as ioiiows, uailiX (Eicopt Sundays), KASTSIDE DIVISION. Uctiveen PORTLAND anil CLENDALE MAIL TIUIS LEAVE. ARRIVE. Portland 7:S0a. n.IGlendale 10:35 p. u. Glondale 1:00 A. ir.lPortland 4:25 p. ji. ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN. LEAVE. ARRIVE. Portland 4:00 P. M.l Lebanon 9.20 P. Lebanon. 4:15 A. M.Portland...lO:05 A.M The Oregon and California Railroad torn makes connection with all Regular Trains on East?ido Division. WESTSIDK DIVISION. Between Portland ami Corvnllls UAH. TEAIS LEAVE. ARRIVE. Portland 9:00 A. M.ICorvallis ....1:30 P. M Corvallis......8:30 A. M.lPortland 3:20 P. M KXPRESS TIVIK LEAVE. ARRIVE. Portland 5:0Op.u.McMinnville.8:r;Qp.ii McJlinnvillo:45A.3r.PortIand .. 8:30 a. v. Close connections mado at Glendalewith tho Stages of the Oregon and California Stage Company. ea-Tickets for salo at all tho principal points in California and the East, at Company's Office. Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or. , Storago will bo chard on freight remain tnjr atCompanys Warenougo over 21 hours. Freight will not be rccoivedfor shipment after 5 o'clock P. M. on either tho East or Vostside Division. , JOIIXMUIR, Sup't of Trafflc. A. L. STOKES, Asst. Sup't. of Trafllc. liwaco Steam Navigation Go.'s "WINTER SCHEDTJI.E. Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort Canby, and liwaco. Connecting by stages for Oysterville and Olympla. Jrp&s. L'ntil further notice the Ihvaco eeJfka. Steam Navigation Co.'s steamers VGen. Miles,-" or "Gen. Canby" "Will leave -Astoria On Mondays and Thursdays, at 7 A, til. FOR Fi.Stevens, Ft. Canby and liwaco ox Tvesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 a.m., as formerly, not beinp; confined strictly to schedule time. Fare to Fort Stevens " Canby and Ihvaco . 50cts .SI 00 23yIhvaco freisht; by the ton, in lots of one ton or over, $2 per ton, E2r"For Tickets, Towage or Charter ap ply at the ollice of the company, Gray's wharf, foot or Ilcnton street. J. II. D.GRAY, Agent. Shoalwater Bay Transportation Co. SUMMER ROUTE. Astoria to Olympia, Touching at Fort Stevens. Fort Canby, Ilwnoo. Xortli Bench, Oysterville, Xorth Cove, Petersons Point, IIo qainm, JXontcsnno, And all points on Shoalwater Bay, and Gray Ilarbor. GEN. MILES,) Strs. or ) GEN. CANBY, On Columbia River. " GEN. GARFIELD " Shoalwater Bay. " MONTESANO " Gray's narbor Connecting with Stages over Portages, Leave Astoria for Olympia, at - - 7 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. To Fort Cantjai liwaco. ON AND AFTER SATURDAY, SEPT. 22d, The Steamer MOUNTAINEER Will make daily trips from Astoria to Fort Canby and liwaco. Leaving Wilson & Fisher's wharf at 8 A. M. daily except Sundays. Freight, Passage, One Dollar per Ton Fifty Cents Good time made: accommodations afforded. For freight or passage apply on board to If. PETIT, aster For lame Back, Side or Chest use Shiloh's Porous Plaster, Price 23 cents. For sale by W. E. Dement.