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SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1". 1SS3
rOKT OF ASTORIA.
READY FOR SEA.
Scottish Ixi. Br hlc Quoenmown Tor 1 1
A RRI VA LS PROM SKA
lrna ss. Pohlmtn.SF KovlC
VESSELS IN THE RIVER.
Imixsria!, Am sn
Olive h.Southard. Atnep
lied Cross. Am sp
Ice Kins, Am ji
Virso, Sw bk
Obcror., Ur sp
Iroiwiile. F.r bU
Halaklova. ltr m
jut lock, OctSV
Coldstream, ltr bk
Antwerp. Br bk
Rowland Hill. Br bk
Star of Krin, Ur sp
Spirit of Die Dawn. Ur
City of Madrid, Br sp
MtWashincton. Am sp
Indiana. Am sp,
I :arrie Winslovr, Am bk
C D Bryant, Atn bk
Mutt 1)3 Fisher,
Killoclian, Br sp
iilcnpfell. Br sp
Ulan Ferguson Br bk
tilenporis, Br bk
Lake Brie. Br ED
UtMjron. ltr bk
Lizzie Bell, Br bk
Harry Bailey. Br bk
Bolivia. Br bk
VESSELS OS THE WAY.
Froca Forcls; I'ortK. for the
Aborttrith Ucttlo. Br sp ltXT Liverpool Sept 11
Banca, Brbk 1UU0 Newcastle. Sept 2
Blcmah, Br up 101 Wilmington
Barcsny, Brsp April 23 Clyde
Cynisca, BrbkElT S S W July 21
Cnas. Cotesworth, Br bk Liverpool
City of Carlihle, Brbk Greenock Aur 14
Kskdale. Br bk Lirarpool July 2C
Gleniffer. Br sp ROuPort Cbalmer Sopt 12
dirran, Br bk April 26 LonJon
Me of Krin, Brt-p Sidney Sopt C
Inchgrecn. Brsp 1091 Greenock, June 2
Janet McNoil, Br bk June 13 Glasguur
KelvonJale. Br bk 1191 X S W
Ladirtock, Br bk 8IC ?; S W Sept 1
Morayshire. Brxpl425Lcith, July 21
Oban Bay. Br bk Townsrille Sept 19
Uaknorth, Brsp Frb'JO London
Biver Indus. Br sp 1015
Seotti4i Uard.lrbkS16 Brifibann Sept XI
Sarah Bell. Br bk StO Xovrcastlo Sept IT
Stacbonnd. Br bk KTS Wilmington
S. It. Mead. Am bk HfiS X Y Sept f.
From American Forts,
llenr)- James, Br bk SCS X Y J une 1
Merotn, Am p Y August 17
M W Watts, Am bk Kow ork May 12
Sea Kin;;. Am sp X Y July -3
Sovereign ef tbe Seas, Am up Xew York .Tune 2
Tillio K Starbnok, Am FpN Y June2J
Columbia River Exports.
KKCAriTULATION" JANUARY 'S3.
J91.878 bus. wheat ? 3WV$10
..0,27 1HMS HOttr... 257.1'
Total. 3 cargoes
U lkt, mjM6 but., valtif
VUmr, &,m liMs., "
WlK-at (1J7.) ItuslitHs)
s.-ilmoH (3 ifHi)
l.i mWr(.4S0i ).
Lumber. 715 M
Totnl.3 oarsoes.. .... Sl8d,n51
Kkwit X.nsTt lMs S 17.RH
.wiH': wjtK m ra.ftw
Ttrtal, (1 invito)
Flour. fI bbls
Siiliiion, 17 e
Totitl, (1 V3rtnt
Flour, 1X1 lW.
tllllrtM, 118JI82 0S....
TnUH, (XcurgdMS) ....-$3.2S:t
Flour, 4.W0ltbls S 21.WV,
SHlmon,72.W7 C 300,lfc5
T?al '.2 r)e)esl .S127,8"
W heal. 748.013 bu .9Gft2,lo;
mur..i72 tn.is 14,2;
TaA (11 iarges)
1 Tn Quaemdtnnt per Afim.
FliHtr. 2S bbls
2 -T llfmg Kmj jht Tikin
FbHir. 8,i bWn
;!, 196 WW
T;nl , S22,18
C To Qnotn4oicn jter St. Lucie.
YVhcnt, iW30 bus . 01,2
Wluntt, 77.810 bus. 7.1.8I0
8 To QMtwiirf'wqt po- UTariahan.
Wlicnt, 38,4 W bus S89.209
t -To Queaisffiwtt cr KajntHda.
Wheat, S5.W0 bus 51,05'
! Tit QueemtmvH per Banffshire.
Flonr. 16,2l8bbls $S1.1S3
10- Tt QHCMutawii per .Me of Anjcmt.
Y.hont. 41.115 bas S41.
10 To QuocmltMCM per Reaper.
Whew, 7438 bus 7380
1 1 To QuocnrtoiCH per ScottMi Prince
Wheat. 45.12S bus $41,000
14 To QnfleHfiwn per Amana.
Wltem.iSrJ bus v.SC7.59l
TIS TABEiR FOB ASTORIA
Set-ond. First. Second
c o 2 O O J o
It mi. h. m. .S h. hi. .2 h. m. JS
" S !
14 0 20
151 1 25
ir. 2 15
17 S 0C
Ibl 3 51
l'J 4 42
20f It 30
21 i 6 20
7 31 j0
I 5 .SO
I 7 03
I 8 14
I !) 17
I - -
231 8 (12
2-i! 9 37
21 0 00
29 0 44 !71
I 0 0I91
I 0 S7jj9-2
U 80a j 2 0
i :ie nours between mldulht and noon arc
flt-dfTl'ltri.i tV f 1 Ml fllnnililiHvoiii. vrv..,.
and midnight by ; (i u. OA. O0jh a denotes
"""u,is" win. J' il.iuu-s uuun.
average lower iow waters to which t he sound
nigs are given on tne wast survey charts.
TC BOAT CHAKGES.
towspe 'n and out over the Columbia Bar
F.ir vessels not . Inward . Outward.
exceeding ixmaeu. uallast.
00 to 1000 tons 200 173
1000 to 1200 tons-. 228 200
32U0 to 1400 tOHS. 275 225
1400 to lt00 tOUS 300 250
The Rev. Geo. H. Thaver- of linnr.
lon, Ind says: "Both myself and wife
owe our lives toSniLon's Consumption
(Jijek. sold by W. E. Dement.
Temple liodffe, Wo. 7A.F.A.H.
"DEGOLA.Il COMMUNICATIONS 9
JtX first and third Tuesdays in each W
month, at 7'- o'clock. P. ai.. at tbe'VA
Hall in Astoria. Members of the order in
good standing arc invited to attend..
iiy oruer oi me w.m.
Beaver Lodge No. 85, L O.. O. F.
EEGULAR MEETING EV
, ur? Tluirsilnv 1'Vnnln?' nt
I .n,,i, in OilH If a1 Inn's 1 ( 1 1 --J-i-
Astoria. Sojourning members of the order
in good standing, cordially invited to attend.
ly order . i.
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O. F.
KEGULAE MEETINGS OF OCEAN EN
camDment No. 13. I. O. O. F.. at the
Lodge, in the Odd Fellows Building, at
nan past seven r. x., on me second and
fourth Mondays of each month. Sojourn
ing nreturen cormany uivitea.
$y oraer u. r.
Seaside Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W.
"OEGULAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
Lodge io. 12, A. o. u. w. will ue neia
in Pythian Hall on Friday evening of each
week, at 7 o'clock r. ax. Members of the
order In uood standlnir. and visitlnc Broth
ers are invited to attend, notary win oe
oiien fifteen minutes before and after each
meeting. By order ai. w.
U. Bl.U WiN, l.tC
Astoria lxxlgre No. 40, L O. Q.I.
T EGULAlt MEETING EVERY TUESDAY
SX evening at 7 o'clock, at Fythlan Hall.
Astoria. Members of the Order, in good
standing, are invited to attend. Degree
meeting nrst .Monday 01 eacn tnonin.
By oruer v. . i.
American Legion of Honor.
TEGULAE MEETING OF ASTOUIA
Xj Council No. 933' Is held on the first and
third Tuesday of each month, at 7 o'clock i.
at. jjy oraer oi tne uounctt uommanunr.
II. V. MONTE1TII, Sec'ly
REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND
fourth Tuesday evenings of each month
its-l'ersons uesirtng to nave matters acteu
ii non nv me council, ar anv recuiar meei-
ing must present the same to tlie Auditor
and Clerk, on or before the Friday evening
I..- .... T..A..l.n.,n iMil.1i llm rVllKM.!!
ioids its regular meeting.
Auditor and Clerk.
GitACK Circr.cir Holy comiminion
first Sunday of every month. Sunday
senicesatliA. at., and 7 r.ai. "Wednes
day evcnhiR sen-ice at 7 o clock, iter.
il. D. Wilson, Jtector.
Fikst PniiSBYTEniAN Ciiui'.cii Ser
vices at 11 a. m. and 7 P. a:. Wcdnes
day evening prayer meeting at 7
o'clock. Kev. .1. V. Milligan, Tastor.
CONOKEOATIOXAL CUUKCir StTVictVS
at 11 A. ar. and -7 v. ai. J lev. .Sam I
llOSIAN CATHOLIC! CHURCH ScrVlCCS
atl0J0A.ai. Itev. L. Dielman, raslor
1 CntrncH Sen'ices at 11 a. ai
and 7 r. ar. Lecture and Prayer Meet
ing, "Wednesday, at 7 p. ai. Kev. Win
Baptist Church. Services each
Lords Day at 11 A. an, and 7 p. ar.
Prayer Meeting on Wednesday, at 7
p. ai. j;ev. is. . jSicLaiicrry, pastor.
Flour per sack SL50.
Wheat, per cental S2.O0.
Oats, " S2.lO?5.
Bacon, sides per lb, G$ els.
Sliottlders, u 15 cts.
Hants, 44 1G22 cts.
Lard, u 1GV cts.
Beef, 12120 cts.
Pork, 12K15 cts.
Yeal, 15t(18 cis.
Butter, per roll 7.8 to 08 cts.
Egcs, per dozen 00 cts.
Potatoes, per Hi to 1J cts.
Apples, green, per box $1 JX). to $1.75
Cheese, per 11 20 cts.
Cornnieal, per lb cts.
Oalinenl, " GcLs.
Beans, 4 4U cLs.
Coffee, a 1240cts.
Tea. " 40lK)cts.
Hict'v u 8 10 cts.
Sugar, " 10 14 cts.
Syrup, per gallon 75c 1.
Honey, per gallon 51.50.
Salmon, per kit $5.
Onions, per tt 2 cts.
Apples dried per lb 12 cts.
Peaches " ' 12 18 cts.
Plums. " " 12lGct.
Candles, per Bj 25 cts.
Chickens, per dozen $6.
Hay, per ton $25.
Uiiloc nnr It. I. fit, 0 pto
ftlc -nor cTfillnn hnllod lln;pflil. 78p.
raw linseed, oc; coai on, 4uc; iara5i.
The receipts of certain articles of Or
cgon produce, at San Francisco, from
January 1, lboo, 10 govern our nu, inclu
sive, nave ueen as ioiiows:
Flour, or sks...... S2!37
Wlieat, ctls 243.118
Oats, ctls 31.17
Salmon, bbls 1,91
in aula i.vai
Aiir.!4,s. IMpe. bxs sjbjh
Butter, pkgs . .
rotaioe. sks.... .
Hides. No .. .
Fruit. Dried, pkgs , .
Leather, pkgs ............. .......
Fhix Seed, sks .......
Canned Goods, cs..... . -
Bacon, cs... .. ....
BUY THE BEST!
Salmon Net Threads
Woodberry, and Needle Brands,
CORK AND LEAD LINES
Fish. PonndH, Seines, aad Nets
Imported, to Order. A
AND FISH HOOKS.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
517 and 519, MARKET STREET
SF"Agents for the Pacific Coast
THE LATEST STYLES
B. B. FRANKLIN'S,
NEXT DOOR TO ASTORLAN OFFICE.
A very large Stock from which to select
"Window curtains made to order.
My patent Trimmer to cut Wall Paper
nui w tuuuu cvuveuieni to ray patrons.
Is not signing a pledge
or taking a solemn oath thst
cannot be kept, because oi
the non-removal of the cause
liquor. The way to make
a man temperate is to ku'
the desire for those dreadful
artificial stimulants that car
ry so many bright intellects
to premature graves, ar.u
desolation, strife and uu
happiness into so may
Itisafact ! Brown's Izu
Bitters, a true non-alcobcl-ic
tonic, made ia Baltimore.
Md.,by the Brown CheraL-l
Costpany, who are old drug
gists and in every particu
lar ratable, will, by remov
ing the craving appetite cf
the drunkard, and by curing
the nervousness, weakness
and general ill health result
ing from intemperance, da
more to promote temperance,
in the strictest sense thrji
any other means nowknorn.
It is a well authenticated
fact that many ' medicines,
especially ' bitters are noth
ing but cheap whiskey 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, produo
ing good, rich blood, health
and strength. Try one bot
tle. Price $1.00.
General assortment of table stock constantly
on nand. such as
Canned Fruits and Jolly
Bacon, Kams, Shoulders, Lard
EOS. ISVXTIXS. CHEESE.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
fish. 2'ouirsrr axi .mfe
In the season.
CIGARS A7'l TOI5ACCO.
Kcsi of A3il LIQUORS,
All elteau for CASH. Goods sold on com
iDK-iion. u;posite i. u . crx mod.
Main Street, - - Astoria fiff.gw,
1$ Eli G Hi AN - 11 Eli I: Y
r E31'2CTFULLY CALL TIIK ATTE.N
j tion of tbe Dub'ic to the fact that the
a bovo Market will tlways bo supplied with
FULL VARIETY BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED iVJSATS 1
Which will be sold at Icnrost rnles. wholcsalo
and retail, bpeclal attention snron Ia ui.;Ij
LOOK HERE !
We respectfully inform the nubile tlmt w
will always keep on lumd the best quality of
Fresh and Cured Meats
Choice Family Groceries,
I'resh Fruits, Vegetables, Crockery and
Shins. Hotels and Coardln-' Houses sun
piled on liberal terias.
A share of the public patronagp Is respect
nil, WAJtunx K iiiUMraua.
WHERRY & COKPANY,
Fresh and Cured JUcafa,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL,
ClfEXAltrs Street. AHtoria , Oe
(NE OF THE OLDEST AND K03T R ELI ABU
REMEDIES IN THE WORLD FOR
THE CURE OF
Coughs, Cojds, Hoarseness,
Sore Throat, Bronchitis,
Every affection of tho
THROAT, LUNGS AND CHEST,
A WELL-KNOWN PHYSICIAN WRITES:
" It does not dry up a coagh, and leave the causi
behind, as is the case with most preparations, bid
boseas It, deaases the langs and alhys irritation
thus rcscriaz the cause of complaint."
DO SOT BE DECEIVED by ankles beax
r.g similar B.tmrs. Be sore you get
DH. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY,
ritb the signature of " I. BUTTS" oa the wrapper
59 Cents and S1.00 a Dottle.
Prepared by SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Bos
ea.Mass. S&ld WdxsisJijaaddcakrjcacraS
A Secession Scheme.
A AVinninejr. Manitoba, special
stotes that within less than two days,
agitation lias Tjeen luangnrated in
favor of secession from tbe JDomrnion
confederation. It is an association
of Manitoba and tbe nortbwest that
is being advocated, and the move
ment will be properly organized with
in a week, wben meetings will be
beld and officers appointed. A promi
nent mover in tbe agitation said there
bas been a strong sentiment to rebel
against Dominion government in
consequence of tbe treatment of tbe
nortbwest, but people were too timid
o niake a movement in the direction
of rebellion. "There are scores of
abuses in the country. In the first
place we are looked on and treated as
a sort of ousboot from the Uonunion.
Tbe tariff is a terrible thing: it is
crushing the settlers. Then there
is the opening of the Hudson bay
route, which everv far-seeing man
must know will be the salvation of
the countrv. The future of tbe
country must depend on that line.
The Dominion government is op-
Dosed to the otMJiung of the route.
Thev vail not nelp us, ana we mnst
help ourselves. Then again, it is
nrettv clear tbat tbe Dominion
government is subservient to tue La
uadian Pacific railway. What we
want is our own laws, like Ontario
has, and then we could build all the
railroads wc wanted, without any
monoplv. Bv this means settlement
would be encouraged, and the set
tiers would not suitor as they do now
from pirates and high tariff. As it is,
no competing lines will be allowed.
Besides, tbis country i? made the
plunder ground for worn out political
backs of the Dominion govemmen,
Our mines are given up to people
wbo do not belong to the country,
and our limber limits arc leased to
enrich men wbo at some time have
done a service to the Dominion gov
ernment The people would bo will
ing tbat tbe Canadian Tacinc rail
road contract should be foregone.
and a portion of the line around tbe
north shoro of Lake Superior smd
across the Rocky range abandoned.
Millions of dollars have been sunk in
constructing this portion of the road
and the country will be saddled with
the greatest of the debt. "We pro
pose to get up a manifesto of all our
grievances and present it to the Do
minion government. If we don t get
satisfaction, wbv then there will be a
row," said many orhe agitators,
who are strongly in favor of secession
Public Laxds. - X. C. McFariaud
commissioner of tbe general land
office, in his annual report, gives the
number of acres entered under the
various acts of Congress, during the
year, and the amount remaining. He
thinks pre-emption filings are made
or procured to be made to a great ex
tent for speculative purposes, and
reviews his recommendation that the
pre-emption law be repealed. The re
K)rt recommends :m amendment to
the homestead laws, reqmnng a pe
riod of not less than six months tifter
tho settlement of a claim liiis been
placed on record before final proo
shall be admitted, irrespective of al
leged time of residence prior to entry.
The commissioner slates that the
commutation feature of tho home
stead law is open to the same abuses
as the pre-emption law. lie urges
that the homestead laws be amended
so as to require proof of actual resi
dence and improvement for a period
ot not less than two years before a
homestead entry snav be commuted
bv cash pavments. The report further
recommends the total repeal of the
limber culture law, on account of its
From these sources arise thrce-fonrths
of the diseases of tho human race. These
symptoms indicato their existence:
JU09S or Appetite, Bowels costive,
Kick Headache, fuUiicas after eat
ing, aversion to exertion of body or
mind, Iractatlonoffood, Irritabil
ity or temper, I,ow spirits, A feel ins
beforo the eyes, hi phi y colored
the nso of a remedy that acts directly on
thcLivor. As aLiver medicineTUTT'S
PrLTS have no equal. Theirnctionon
tho Kidneys and Skin. i3 also prompt;
removing all Impurities through theso
three aravenrrera of the ayatem,"
producing appetite, sound digestion,
regular stools, a clear skin and a vig
orous body. TCTTS PIIXS cause no
nausea or griping nor interiero tvltU
uiuiy worji anu arc apenece
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
Sold;eTeryyhercg&. OlHce 41 3InrraySt.X Y.
TUTTS HAIR DYE:
HniT TT I TT nT.XXTrrtCTn'na nli.nmifl In
"CfnntlTT trt O firnecv Ur imr lyrr n cfnrrTn
application of this Dye. Sold by Drug
osts.orscnt by express on receipt of SL.
nrro vkruH c? term 2skipiu jssi
A Iilttlc Story ivlth. a Jjare floral
One Jlau who Kncwlils
"No. my dear," said tho venerable- kcopor
cTa country sloro to a timid littlo girl whoso
head scarcely camo up to tho level of the
counter. "No. my dear, wo haven't any red
flannel, but wo havo Eomo first rate Now Or
leans molasses." Softly hinting that she
didn't think that would answer tho purposo
quite as well, tho child went her way in
search of tho arliclo sho wanted.
"Havo you BENSON'S CAPCINE PLAS
TERS?" asked a ccntleman of a certain drug
gist whoso namo could bo civen wcro it de
sired. 'I am troubled just now with a touch
of my old friend, tho lumbago, and tho Ren
son's Plaster seems to go to tho Spot almost as
soon as it touches the skin."
"Not at present." replied tho druggut. gen
ially " but, wo havo lot3 of plasters just as
good. There is Allcock's, tho Capsicum and
others won't ono of them do as well?" ,
"My dear eir," retorted the gentleman,
with a slight show of temper. "I say nothing
against thoso articles, but I am a business
man, and always ask for precisely what
want, and for nothing else. I may enlighten
you, however, when I say that somctimo ago,
for another disease, of which tbo CapcLno has
since cured mo, I tried all thoso you mention,
with no appreciable benefit. They aro ineffi
cient, every ono of them, tho meanest act oi
tho proprietors ofsomo of them being this :
that thoy make plasters with similar sound
ing names to dectivo tho unwary into believ
ing they aro tho eamo thing. Experienco
taught mo tho difference. I'll go io tho next
man in yOnr line. Good day."
Bo on i our guard against imitations. Tho
genuino has tho word CAPCINE cut cleanly
in the middle of tho plaster. All others aro
Seabury & Johnson, Chemists, New York.
IS 1870 Scrofalcra3 Ulcers 'broke oat enjip PAHKEII.
hit body until my breast tras one mass of ' Anretir
Mminluin S'mnA nf tlipif tll-PrS TTprO Tif .
ie?3 than one and one nait tncues in ammeter,
tho edges rough, rsjrsed and seeinicKly dead,
tho cavity open to the bono acd lillcd with
offensive matUr. Every thiDs known to tbo
id dical faculty wa3 tried in vain, Gradually
the bone itself became diseased, and then the
suffering bepan in earnest. Bono Ulcers be
gan to take the place of those hitherto on ihe
surface. I became a mere wreck. Fdr months
a time I could not get my hands to my
sad because ot extreme jorencs?.
COULD KOTTURH IN BED.
Knew not what it was to be an hour even free
from pain. Had reason to look upon life lt
f elf as a cur?e. In the mramer ol 1S30, after
ten years of this wretched existence. I began
to use the cctktiu urutniES, ana alter two
years' persistent use of hem tho last ulcer
has ha .led. The dread disease ha3 succumbed
AH over the breast where was onto a tnas of
corruption is now a ceaiiny smb. jiy weigni
has increased trom one nunarca ana iwcniv
three to one hundred and fifty-six pound?,
and the Rood work is still going on. 1 feel
m vjself a new man. and all through the Cuti-
cura Kemed es. JAAlES E. KICHAKDSON,
Ciftom House, rvew Orleans.
Sworn to before United States Commissioner.
J. I). Ckawfoco.
TO CLEANSE THE BLOOD
oi Scrofulous. Inherited and Contagious Hu
iuor?, and thus remove the most prolific cause
of human eunerini; to clear tue asm ot VMis
urintf hlnfnliftj. llphiriL' TorMirci. Ilumiliat-
iuk cruiHlODf uau j.uaiiiyouiu cuiu' rau?
hvluiouroor l'oi?oned Bloud. ti purify and
beauti'y the Skin, and restore the Hair so
thnt no trace of the di?ai5Q remains. ttrrictJ-
n IIcsolvkct. the new Blood Purifier. Diur
etic and Aperient, mid CtrrtcuRi and Cuticu-
ra fcOAf. the great fckm (.urea and Jleautiticrs
are infillible. Thev arc the only remedies
that succeed when physicians and all other
GREAT BLOOD MEDICINES.
Tho half has not been told n3 to tho great
curative nowers of tho Cirncviu Kemkdixs
hare naid hundreds ordollars tor medicines
to cure diseases of the blood and skin, and
never found anything yet to enual the Coti-
cura ltniEni. uuac. A. wiuiiaji&.
Providence, It. I.
PriaeofCi TicvKA.finall boxes. K'c. : largo
boxes, si. Ccticcra Ujsoaykxt, Si per bot
tie. CtTlcUnA Soap. 25c. CuriCURA ShaV
iso Soap, 15c Sold by all druggists. Potter
Dkcu ax Chui. Co., t'o?ton.
Scntl rov":Xnw to C'nre SKIn Diseases"
COMPLETE TREATWErilT $1
A Finclo- dosa of SSanfovd's JtncKcal
Cure instantly relieves tho most violent
Sneozinsr or lieadCohls. Clears tho Head as by
magic, stops watery discharges from the Nose
and Eyes, prevents Hinging Noises in the
Head, cures Nervous Headache, and Subdues
Chills and Jbcvor. Jn Chrome Catarrh it
cleanses tho nasal na?acc3 of foul mucus, re
stores tlie sense of smell, taste, and neannz
when affected, frees tho head, throat, and
bronchial tubes of offensive matter, sweetens
and purifies tho breath, stops tho cough and
arrests tno progress ot tatarru totrarus ion
One bottle Uadical Uuro. one box Catarrhal
Solvent and Sanford's Inhaler, all in ono
package, of all druggists for l. Ask for bA.v
ronn'fj IIadical Cire. Potter Druo asd
Cheii, Co,, Bostox,
A'rtl 1 IKfOi 'or the relief and proven-,UU-JVO"tion,
Hie Instant It is np
V vyv cr Complaint, BiliousFcvcr,
' Ialaria and Epidemics, uso
FLFCTRI fX t'o! Iln'.s liastcrs(an Klcc
fi.' 7wV.c lr,c KnHeT combined
"I A CTEtVv withal'ororiastcr5and
laagb at pain. 'Sic everywhere,
The best of California and Foreign
Wines and Liquors
Kept Constantly on Hand
Domestic aad Forelx" Oiars e
thr best Krai-.dft.
NATIONAL BREWERY BEER
On Conconilj- between Benton and lif;i
Hu GEORGE OORLIEB
EyE2 CI c5v
It is delivered to any part of the city for
Fifteen Cents per
The Oaiiy Astorian is Sent by Mail.
Is issued every Friday Morning. We go
to press at 3 A. M.,
lication and give the
People who are
a daily mail will consult then own inter
ests by sending the
AM they will get THE WEEKLY AS
TORIAISF, postage .paid, for one year.
HOTELS AND RESTATJKAKTS.
! PARK EE HOUSE,
tf. Zi. ZAHIvF.R. Prop..
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON.
Phil. BOWEHS, - - Mglit Clerk.
.w. DUFFY Imls the Bar and BIHiard room.
irst Class in all Eespects.
FREE COACH TO THE HOUSE.
IT IS A FACT
EPF'S CHOP HOUSE
Concomly. Street is the Best in
He has Always on Hand FRESH
Shoal lValcr Bay and East
"JEFF" IS THE BOSS CATERER.
Uc litis Iicrtt Froprlelor of the "Aurora
Hotel" in Xnapplon seven j cur.
OPEN BAY AND NIGHT.
A New Departure.
At Frank Fabry's, is daily set a
TABLE D'HOTE torn 6 to 7 :30 P M
A FIXE FRENCH DINNER,
Yith Half a Bottle Wine
IVill be furnished for .iO cents.
Coard by the lontb. - S2." to 530
Lndirins-t can he Drocured bv the day
week or month. My establishment is fitted
newly t!irui:iiout. ami everyming main
talned in tlie best style.
A Good Cup of Coffee
-V3-1IS. POWELL HAS OPENED AN OYS
IfJL ter stand and Coffee House on Main
street next to the Oregon Bakery.
Every attention paid to patrons.
Chop House and Restaurant.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Meals 2. cents and nptrards.
. KOULiAKD, -MAIN
ST It EET. - -
Boarding and Lodging House.
Chas. Wallman has opened a boarding and
lodging house south of O'Brien's hotel, near
the gas works.
The table Is supplied with the best the
market affords : good food and clean beds
will be ftimisliPd at the regular prices.
Give me a call and satisfy yourselves,
Announces to the public that he has located
in the rooms formerly occupied by the City
Boo!c Store, where he will keep a
EestanMt asi Choi House
Furnishing meals to order at all hours.
His patrons will find the tables supplied
with ten or twelve of the best newspapers,
lit? rcoutation as former nronrietor of the
New England Restaurant Is a sufllcient
recommendation lor his new house.
on morning of pub
not within reach of
small snm of
Oregon Railway & Navigation
Durinz the month of X
Ocean Steamers will sail from Portland for
San Francisco every Tuesday and Friday,
and from San Francisco for Portland every
weunesuay anu Saturday. lea"vinp Ains
worth Dock. Portland, at Midntohr. nnrt
Spear Street Wharf, San Francisco, at 10 A.sr.
inronsu iifuetH som to all princlpa
cities iu the United States. Canada and
Passenger Trains leave Portland for East-
em points, at 9 :0O P. M. daily and at 7 :30
m. aauy, except auuoay.
IIIVER DniSIOX (Middle Columbia).
Boats leave Portland for Dalles at 7 :GO
lower Uo-l I
6AM 6 AM
Dayton. Or. '.7 AM
Victoria.B CIS AMC AM
fi AM6 AM
LoaTes Astoria, far Portland At fi r. m. dailv i.
Pallman Palace Rim rnnninir bot wean Port
land, and St. Paul;
C. H. PJRESCOTT.
E. P. ROGERS,
A. L. STOKES,
Oregon & California R. R.
OREGON & TEANSCONTINENTAL
On an after May 13, 1883, trains will run as
t ol lows, uaUjX (Kxcept Sundays).
EASTS IDE DIVISION.
Between PORTLAND and C LEND ALE
Portland 7:30 a. jf.lGIondale 10:35 p. .
Gleadalo 1:00 A. ir.Portland fc4:25p. v.
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN.
Portland 4:00 P. il.lLebanon 9 .20 P. dl
Lobanon 4:45 A. M.Portland.10:05 A.M
The Oregon and California Railroad Ferrj
makci connection with all Regular Trains on
Between Portland and Corvallis
Portland..i.9:00 A. MJCorvallis ..4:30 P. M
Corvallis 8:30 A.M. Portland 3:20 P. M
Portland 5:00 r. k. McMinnville-.8:C0 p. u
Mc3IinnvilIo.5:45A.ai.Portland....... 80 a. u
Close connections made at Glendale irith
the Staccs of tho Orogon and California Stage
CfTicket3 for sale at all the principal points
in California and the East, at Company'j
Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or.
. Storage will bo charged on freight remain
icg atCompanys Warehouse over 24 hours.
Freight will notba received for shipment
alter o o ciock if. ai. on eitner the &&at or
A. L. STOKES,
Snp't. of Traffic.
iivaco Steam Navigation Go.'s
Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort Canbyt
Connecting by stages for
Oysterviile and Olympla.
TTntit further nntli th Tltvncrt
Kb Steam Navigation Co.'s steamers
or "Gen. Canby"
Will leave Astoria
On Mondays and Thursdays, at 7 A. M.
Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and llwaco
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and
The steamer will leavo Astoria at 9 A.M..
as formerly, not being confined strictly to
Fare to Fort Stevens .. cocts
canoy ana mraco.v. 51 w
Z37-Ilwaco fretoht. bv the ton. In lots of
one ton or over, S2 per ton,
zsrWnt. Tlnl-na TYmrotM or Pliartflr nn.
ply at the office' of the company, Gray's
d. 11. V. Uliii-X,
Shcalwater Bay Transportation Co.
Astoria to Olympia,
yort Stevens, Fort Canby, llwaco.
Jforth Bench, Oysteirvillc, Xortb
Cove, Petersons Point, Ho
Aud all points on Shoal water Bay, and Gray
On Columbia River.
GEN. GARFIELD Shoal water Bay.
44 SIONTESANO 44 Gray's Harbor
Connecting with Stages overrortages.
Leave Astoria for Olympia, at - - 7 A. 31.
Ou Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
arriving at iloutesano tho day after leaving
Astoria through trip In 60 hours.
Leave Olympla for Astoria on same days.
Columbia Transportation Co.
The popular steamer
Wliich has been refitted for the comfort o
passengers will leave Wilson and
Fisher's dock every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6
A.M. arriving at Portland atl P.M.
Returning leaves Portland every
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 A. M.
Arriving at Astoria at1 P. M.
An additional trip will be made on
Sunday of Each Week,
Leaving Portland at 9 o'clock
Passencers by this route connect at Kalania
for Sound ports. TJ. B. SCOTT,
RE&DLAR STEAM PACKET
"Daisy," and Barge.
Will leave Astoria, from Gray's Dock,
For Olney, and Head of Youngs River,
Dally, at 8 a. sr., (except Wednesdays and
Returning same day.
For Landings on Lewis & Clark's Riyer,
On Wednesdays, at 8 A. Mn
Returning same day.
jgsrFor Freight or Passage, apply on board,,
or at Gray 'sDock, where Freight will be r
ceived and stored, If necessary.
J. H, D. GRAY.