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WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21, 18S3
PORT OF ASTORIA:
READY FOR SEA.
Scottish Prince, Br bV Queonstown Nor 14
BilaUava. Br bp Queoctotrn If cv !9
Ylrga, Svr l)5c Call to Nov 2fl
1 va ls ynosi SKA.
Sovereign of the Seas, Am p New York Nor 20
Hitxanr. flrsp ClrdoNovSO
VESSELS IX THE RIVER.
Imperial, Am sp
Oitre S.Soulhard. Aibfp
Ked Oross. Am fip
lee Kinc, Am sp
lihotan. Hr Bp
Oberen, Ur sp
Ironside Hr bk
CoMstroatn. I!r b!:
Antwerp, Hr bk
Rowland HIU. Ur bk
Star of Krin, Br Bp
Spirit of the Dawn. Br
City of Madrid. Br sp
Inchsreen. Br sp .
Ladstnck. Br bk
Glonlner. Br i
31 Washington, Am sp
Indiana. Am Bp.
Carrie IVinslow.Am bk
O D Bryant. Am bk
Killochan. Br sp
Ulan Ferguson Br bk
Ulenperis, Br bk
Lake Brie. Brsp
Oberon. Br bk
Lizzie Bell. Br bk
MallscJito. Br bk
llsrrr Bailer. Br bk
lloliria. Br bk
Oirran, Brbk .
lioa. Kins, Am sp
VESSELS OS TUB KAY.
Prom IVrelsit I'rtt. forthi'
Ancerona. Br sp "Wilmington Nor 10
AbewtwUh Castle. Br sp 10G3 Liverpool Sept 11
Banoa. Brbk KMO Newcastle. Sept 9
Bleraah. Brsp SSI Wilmington
OraUoa. Brbk 847 N S Y July SC
Cbas. Cotcsvrflrth, Brbk Lirerpool
Okly or Carlisle, Br bk Greenock Aug 11
Uskdalc. Brbk LivarpootJuly 2C
14e of Krin, Br ?p Sidney Sept 16
Janet McNeil, Brbk June IS Glager
Kelverdale. Brbk 1191 N S W
Morayshire. Br spl US Leilk, JtilySt
Oban Bay. Br bk Townsville Sept I!.'
River Indns, l!rip 10J5
SeottUh Bard. 1'rbkSlC Brisbane Septlti
Sarah Bell, Br bk 8tJ NowoasUc Sept 17
Stagboand. Br bk 78 Wilmington
S. It. Mead. Am bk 105 N V Sept G
From American I'ortH.
Uattrj-.lamM.BrbkSHN V June It
MeroiH, Am sp V August 17
SJ Y IVeUs, Am bk New York May 12
TMlio li Starbuck, Am hji N V June Si
Columbia River Exports.
ltKCArrruLATioif jaxuaky 'S3.
SRJ.87 bus. wheat '.. 300,310
56fiK bl)l8 Hour. 257,170
Total, 3 cargoes. : s 5G8.4EG
wheat, litre., valu S 170.13S
VUmr, SvK-U lWs., " 141,403
Wkml (19Tfi'M bushels)
Salman ?J0M CHaes)
: .mii be r (MM M ).
Ttjl (g a:ifroe
Lumlior. JTTC M
WhtittJ 4S.2H; Imls
Tot!, (1 ouko)
Flour. 9M lWls
TMsil, (1 unrgo).
Flour, 1,9ft! 1U1
. S 323.C91
Totnl 2 curfxtes)
llur, X.172 lrtlsM
Tutul I4 cra;oufi) ........
l To Qtioetwttnvn jiorjtfUm.
inour. 1.KS bbls
3 To Hang Kmi lr TiUtn.
Flour, 5.12 bWs
tTteas, 12u bills
.0 To Qiwtaisloiofi or St. Lncic
wheat. CC.230 bus
7 To QueenfUHvn per Firry 7nw
Whoat. 77.81C bus.
fc Tu Qupctwtown Jtlniiaban.
li 2V QHr&ttttnicn pcnKapuHdn.
To Qvoeiwtown wr litmffxhtrr,
Flour, 10.21obbls $-81,133
10- T QmawtiHDn per J sic of Anijlenca.
Wheat. 41.11.1 has 541,37
10 To Qhwh-soicm per llcnjicr.
Wheat. 74.C2C bus $73,2s9
14 To Qutcnstmenpcr ScaUMi Prince.
Wlioat, 45.12S bus ?4 1,000
11 To Quecnxti)wnjcr Amana.
Vim, 08)72 bus.. SG7.591
17 To QucHtnicH per Hlam fell.
Whit..S5fS bit? $59.S5S
10 To Qturnsfoipn per Tialahlava.
.Wheat, 71,711 bus .. $C9;C
20 To OalUnpcr Virgo.
Wheat, -11,250 bus $41,941
TIIF. TABIjE FOB ASTORTA.
HIGH VATKIm I I.O'iV VATKR.
First, Second. I llrst. Second.
M S M 5 3 5
h in. (. in. h. in. It. vi. .
8 22 J0-9
10 37 05
10 1C C4
0 50a 2"0
The hours between midnight and noon are
designated by a (a. m. those between noon
ami midnight by p (p. m.). oft. 00m o denotes
midnight. U' COim. p denotes noon.
The height is reckoned from the level of
average lower low waters to wlucli the sound
ings are given on the Coast Survey cltarts.
TU BOAT CHARGES,
Following Is the schedule of prices for
towage mi ana oui over me (joiumma uar :
For vessels not Inward .Outward
exceeding Loaded. Ballast.
800 tons...S150 $150 $150
800 to 1000 tons.- 200 175 173
199010120010115- 225 200 280
laoo to 1400 tons.- 275 225 250
1400 to 1G00 tons... 300 250 300
Temple liodffo, JNo. 7A.F.A.M.
REGULAR COMMUNICATIONS C
first nnil third Tiiesdavs in eachW
month, at 7$4 o'clock, v. si., at the'V
Hall In Astoria. Members ol the order Iti
good standing ate invited to attend..
uy oraer on no u.jl
Beaver Lodge No. 35, L O. O. F.
REGULAR MEETING EV
cry Tliursday evening atjdgft
half-past seven o'clock, at theSi3f
Lodge room in Odd Fellows Hall
Asiona. sojourning racniDcra oi uic orucr
in ood standing, cordially invited tnattena.
uy oraer vi.
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. 0. 0. F.
P EG ULAR MEETINGS OF OCEAN EN
Xbj campment No. 13. I. O. O. F., at the
Lodge, in the Odd Fellows Building, at
hall past seven r. at., on the second and
fourth Mondays of each month, Sojourn
ing nreturen coraiauy inruea.
uy oraer .-. r.
Seaside Lodge No. 12, A. o! U. W.
KEGULAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W. -will be held
in Pythian Hall on Friday evening of each
week, at 7 o'clock p.m. Members of the
order in good standing, and visiting Broth
ers are Invited to attend. Library will be
open mteenjminutes beiore ana aiier eacn
meeting. Bv order M. W.
C. BROWN. Kec
Astoria Lodge No. 40. L O. G.I.
"O EG ULAll MEETING EVERY TUESDAY
IX evening at 7 o'clock, at Pythian Hall.
Astoria. Members of the Order, in good
standing, are invited to attend. Degree
meeting nrst aionaay oi eacn monm.
uyoruer vr.. i.
American Legion of 3onor.
"DEGULAR MEETING OF ASTORIA
JX Council No. 995' is held on the first and
third Tuesday of each month, at 7 o'clock p.
ai. uy oruer oi me uouncu uflinmanurr.
R. V. M0NTE1TII, Sec'ty.
"OEGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND
JLlt fourth Tuesday evenings or eacn monui
at 7U o'clock.
unon bv the Council, at anv recular meet
ing must present the same to the Auditor
and cierK, on or ueiore me i-nuay owning
prior to the Tuesday on which the Council
noius its regular meeting.
Auditor and Clerk.
Grace Church Holy communion
first Sunday of even mouth. Sunday
services atll a. u and 7 p.m. "Wednes
day evening service nt 7 o clock. Kov.
M.L. Wilson, ltcctor.
First Presbyterian Church Ser
vices atll a. m. and 7 r. m. Wednes
dav evening prayer meeting at 7
o'clock. Itev. .1. v . Milligan, Pastor.
Coxoregational Church Services
at 11 A. st. and 7 r. M. Jtev. Snin'l
Roman Catholic CnuRCH-Serviccs
atl0i30 A. si. Itev. L. Diclman, Pastor
II. E. Church Services at 11 a. si
and 7 p. sr. ijecturc and Prayer fleet
ing, Wednesday, at 7 p. si. Itev. AVnu
Baptist Church. Services each
Lord's Day at 11 A. si., and 7 p. sr.
Prayer Meeting on Wednesday, at 7
p. sr. Rev. li. is. MCLaucrty, pastor.
The receipts of certain articles of Or
egon produce, at San Francisco, from
January 1, 1883, to November I4th,inclu-
sive, nave been as follows:
Flour, or sks 59.722
Wheat, ctls 243.118
Oats, ctls 34.178
Salmon, bbls l,9i:i
III bbls 1. ow
pics tltM iiiuhii fiGD
Api.les. ltii7crbxs"TJn.."."..ni3Il SflG6
Butter, plcgs C03
Potatoes, sks 8.834
Wool, hales .- 34.021
Hides. No 35.371
Tallow, plcgs- .... . 50
Beef, bbls 11
Hay. bales 23
Quicksilver, flasks 159
Fruit, Dried, pKgs . G,il4
l'alher, iikjis- - 971
Hoik, bales... . . 499
Hams. pkgs.. .................. ..... 21
Cheese, cs 71
Flaxseed, sks OJi'Zi
Corn, ctls 71
Canned Goods, cs , 779
Lard, pkgs . ic
Bacon, cs . .. 23
General assortment of table stock constantly
ou nand. such as
Canned Fruits and Jelly
Bacon, Hams, Shoulders, Lard
EG CSS, BUTTER. CHEESE.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
FISFI. POULTRY AOT) GAI5IE
In the season.
CIGARS AXl TOBACCO.
Best of IVIXES ASM WQUORS
All cheap for CASH. Goods sold on com
mission, opposite i. w. Case's store.
Main SirceU - - Astoria Oregon
! Lbl'jSCTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN
JLb tion of the public to tho fact that the
abovcilarketwul always be supplied with
FULL VARIETY BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS I
Which mil be sold at lowest ratca, wholesale
ana retail, bpeclal attention civen to suppu
LOOK HERE !
We respectfully inform the public that we
will always keep on hand the best quality of
Presli and Cured Meats
Choice Family Groceries
Fresh Fruits, Vegetable, Crockery and
Ships, Hotels and Boarding Houses sup
pncu on iiuerai terras.
A fihare of tle public patronage Is respect
dtf, WARREN & THOMPSON
WHERRY & COMPANY,
Fresli and Cured Meats
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL,
CHESAMUS Street. Asterla ,
SASH AND DOORTACTORY
AND PLANEf GHILL.
A full stock of home manufactured goods
constantly on nana.
Special Attention given to Orders
All -work guaranteed. Your patronage so
That's a common expres
sion and has a world of
meaning. How much suf
fering is summed up in it
The singular thing about
it is, that pain in the back
is occasioned by so many
things. May be caused by
kidney disease, liver com
plaint, consumption, cold,
nervous debility, &c.
Whatever the cause, don't,
neglect it Something is
wrong and needs prompt
attention. No medicine has
yet been discovered that
will so quickly and surely
cure such diseases as
Brown's Iron Bitters, and
it does this by commencing
at the foundation, and mak
ing the blood pure and rich.
Wm. P. Marshall, of Logans
port,lndiana,'.vrites: "My wife
has for many years been trou-;
bled from pain in her back
and general debility incident
to her sex. She Las taken one
bottle of Brown's Iron Bitters,
and I can truthfully say that
she has been so much benefited
that she pronounces it the
only remedy of many medi
cines she .has tried."
Leading physicians and
clergymen use and recom
mend Brown's Iron Bit
ters. It has cured others
suffering as you are, and it
will cure you.'
1NE OF THE OLDEST AND K0ST REUABLl
REMEDIES IN THE WORLD FOR
THE CURE OF
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness,
Sore Throat, Bronchitis,
Every affection of the
THROAT, LUNGS AND GHEST,
A WELL-KNOWN PHYSICIAN WRITES:
" It docs not dry up a cough, and leave ibe eauvi
DcHnd, as is the case wuh most preparations, btf
bosess it, cleanses the lungs and allays irritation,
thus removing the cause of complaint."
DO NOT BE DECEIVED by anides be
ag similar names. Be sure you get
DR. WiSTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHEJIRY,
vitb the signature of" L BUTTS" ca the wrapper
CO Cents and 81.00 a liottlc.
Prepared by SETH V. FOWLE & SONS, Bat
qa.Mass, Sold hvdmcsst sod dealers Kenrrali
Brewery Beer Saloon,
The Best Beer 5 cts a Glass.
Hot Lunch every Day from 10 to 12 A. JI
The best of Liquors and Cigars on hansL
A deservedly popular place of social resort.
THE LATEST STYLES
B. B. FRANKLIN'S
NEXT DOOR TO ASTORIAN OFFICE.
A very largo Stock from which to select.
"Window curtains made to order.
HT"My patent Trimmer to cut Wall Paper
will be lound convenient to my patron.?.
IK. 2E 3S:
Hay, Oats, Straw.
Lime, Brick, Gement and Sand
Weed Delivered to Order,
Draying, Teaming and Express Business.
Horses ana Carriages for Hire.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CICARS.
ASTOBIA, - - - OliEGOK
THIS INSTITUTION, ONDEItCARK OF
the Sisters of Chanty, Is now ready lor
the reception oi patients.
Private rooms for the accommodation ol
any desiring them.
Patients admitted at all houis,day or night.
No physician has exclusive right, every
patient Is free to and has the privilege ol
employing any physician they prefer.
United JStatos X urine
Seamen who pay" Hospital Dues, are enti
tled to Free care and attendance at thLs IIos
pltal during: sickness. Permits must be ob
tained lor .United States Marines at tho Cus
Sistebs of Cnjutm
Notice of Meeting.
mHERE WILL BE A. MEETING OF AS
JL toria Worlnngmea's Protective Union
at Iseimeyer's Hah, Monday evening, 2ov.
19th, 1883. A full attendance Is requested
as bns loess" o importance whine transacted.
By order A.TY.P. U.
Farmer Hays "Won a Horse
With His Bull.
This locality, originally known as
Hedsione, notv Brownsville, some six
ty years ago, was the scene of a most
comical occurence, which is related
by an old resident of Eedstone who
witnessed tho scene. At the period
preferred to, the managers of a horse
race track published a notice 01 a
mile heat race on a particular day
"free for anything with three legs
that bad hair on," for apnrse of $100.
A. farmer in the neighborhood, nained
Hays, had a bull he was in the habit
of riding to mill with his bag or corn.
and the idea occurred to him of
entering his bull for the race. He
said nothing to any one of his inten
tion to enter the bull for the race,
but quietly commenced training the
bull by riding him around the race
track on moonlight nights, in this
manner he trained the bull until he
got the hang of the track pretty well
and would keep on the right course.
He rode- the bull with spurs and when
the spurs were applied to the bull he
would bellow frightfully.
On tho dav of the race Hays rotle
to the race ground "on horseback"
on his bulL Bistead of a saddle he
had a dried ox-hide, the head part of
which, with the horns still on, he had
placed on the bull's rump and in
stead of a whip he carried a tin horn
in his hand. He rode to the judges7
stand and offered to enter his bull
for the race, but the owners of the
horses entered objected to the bull's
entrance. Hays appealed to the
terms of notice," insisting that his bull
had '"four legs and hair on." and
therefore he had a right to enter his
bull." After a good deal of "enssin' "
on the part of the horse owners and
considerable "fussin' " on the part of
the judges, it was decided that the
bull had a right to run, anil was
"When tho time for starting arrived
the bull and horses took their places.
The horsemen were out of humor at be
ing bothered with the bull and at
the burlesque which they supposed
was intended, but thought it would
all be over as soon as tne horses
started. "When the signal was given
Hays gave a blast with his horn and
sunk his spurs into the side of the
bull, which bounded off with a terri
ble bound, and the dried ox-hide,
flapping up and down and rattling at
every jump, made such a combination
of noises as was never before heard
on a horso race course. The horse
all immediately flew the track, every
one seeming to be seized with a sud
den determination to take the short
est cut out of tho Eedstone country,
and none of them could be brought
back in time to save their distance.
The puree was to Hays, whose bull
had run around, the course, and
great deal of swearing was done by
the horseowners. They contended
that thov had been swindled out of tho
purse, and that if it hadn't been fo
Hays's horn and ox-hide the thing
wouldn t have turned out as it did.
Had not the fun of the thing put the
crowd m a good humor and all on tho
side of the bull, a general row would
Hays told the indignant horsemen
that his bull could beat either of
their horses any way, and if they
would put up $100 against the purse
he had won he would take oil the ox
hide, throw awav his tin horn and
run a fair race with them, which
proposition was eagerly and prompt
ly accepted and the money slaked.
The bidl and the horses were again
at their starting post m their places,
readv for the word co. and the mom
ent the signal was given Hays gave
the bull a touch of his spurs, and the
bull gave a tremendous bellow. The
horses, remembering tho dreadfid
sound, thought all tho rest was com
ing as before, and away they went
again, in spite of all the exertions of
their riders, whilo Jaaj's galloped his
bull around tho track and won .the
money. Jiroicnsville Pa., Corr.
A Li:tl- SSoryivith a J.arcc 3!ornI
--0:sr Man who Knew his
"No. my dear," said tho venerable keeper
of .1 country Etore to a timid litilo girl tvhos
head scarcely came up to the levol of tho
counter. "No. my dear, we haven't any red
flannel, lmt we have some first rato New Or
leans molasses." Softly hintins that sho
didn't think that wonld answer the. purpose
quito as well, tho child went her way in
search of tho article sho wanted.
"Ilavo you BENSON'S CAPCINE PLAS
TERS?" asked a Kentleman of a certain drn?
gist whose name could he Riven were it de
sired. "I am troubled just now with a touch
of my old friend, tho lumbago, and the Ben
son'3 Plaster seems to go to tho snot almost as
soon as it touches tho. skin."
"Not at present." replied the druggist, gen
ially " but, wo have lots of plasters just as
good. There is AHcock's, tho Capsicum and
others won't ono of them do a3 well?"
"My dear sir," retorted' tho gcntloman
with a slight show of temper, "1 ssy nothia
againitthOfO articles, but I am a business
man, and always ask for precisely what
want, and for nothing else. I may enlighten
yoa, however, when I say that sometime ago,
for another disease, of which tbo Capcine has
sinco cured me, I tried all thoso you mention
with no appreciable benefit. They aro ineOi
cicnt, every ono of them, tho meanest act of
the proprietors of somo of them being this
that they mako plasters with similar sound
ing names to dectivo the unwary into belier
ing they aro tho samo thing. Experience
taught mo the difference. I'll go to the next
man in your line. Good day."
Bo on j our guard against imitations. Th
genuine has the word CAPCINE cut cleanly
in tho middle of the plaster. All others aro
Seabury & Johnson, Chemists, New York.
TY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IS
JLf sued out of the Hon. Circuit Court of
the btate of Oregon, for the County of Clat
sop, on the 12th day of October, 18K3, aud to
rae directed on a decree for the foreclosure
of certain mortgage liens wherein James
-uvyior, piainuu, recovercu a jnagemcm anu
decree of foreclosure against. Thi FIsli
ermen'5 Buildln? Association, and Patrick
Mackcn, defendants, for tho sum of one
inoosanu two hundred Ttud seventy-two
(S1272.00) dollars together with costs and
disbursements taxed at $19.90 and accruing
costs and expenses. I have levied upon and
will sell at public auction, on the 21th day of
jovemoer, i5js,at a o ciock r. ai. 01 saiu
day. at the court house door, in Astoria.
Clatsop County, Oregon, for casli In hand at
time ofsale.au the right title, and interest
nicn me aoovc-nameu ueicnuams uave in
thef ollowinffdejwribedrealTironertY. to wit :
Beginning at the north-west corner of block
one nunureu ana twenty-one, in ine nriiaa
dition to the town of Astoria, ns laid out and
recorded by John M. Shively, in tho County
oQClatsop, State of Oregon, running thence
south, along the west boundary line of said
uiock, a aisiance 01 iony ieet ; inence easi
eny on a line parallel wuu tne norm uounu
ary line of said block, a distance of one hun
dred feet ; thence northerly a distance of for
ty feet to a point in the north boundary line
of said block ono hundred and twenty-one,
and distant one hundred feet from the place
ofbeginnine; thence westerly along the north
boundary line of said block, a distance of
one hundred feet to tke place of beginning,
with the tenements;"' hereditaments, etc.,
thereunto belonging or appertalnlngf
A, M. TWOMBLY,
T? 1870 Scrofulous Uleore broke out on
my body uatil my brwist was one mass of
corruption. J-mia ot tn'?e untrs wore not
ess tb 'Xi one and oco ban inches in ammeter,
the edges rough. racd and seemingly dead.
tho cavity onon to tbo bono and tiled wita
offer mvo matt. r. tvorythinc tnowc to t'ne
nt dieal faculty was Med in vain, tirndually
tho bono ilselt became diseased, and then the
suffering besran i oarncst. l!one Ul-ers bo-
can to takn the pfcea of those hitherto on the
surface. 1 became 11 mere wreck. Formontli3
: a tiiaa I could not cet m hands to my
head beeauo of extreme soreness.
COULD MOT TURN Iti BED.
Knos not what it wns to be an hour evenfree
from pain. Had reason to look upon life it
f elf as a cure. In the rummer of lSS, after
ten years ofthi wrchclcxL-tcnco, I bogan
to use the Cctk vkx KKMniK, and after two
years 'pemtentujo of theui tho last ulcer
has he led. 'J ho dread disease has succumbed
All over tho brea- t where wasonjo a mass of
corruption is now a heal hy skin. My weight
has increased from ono hundred anil twenty-
thrco to one hundred and GTty-six nound?.
and the gtod work is still going on. i feel
inrseu a new man. and all throuen tne l,uti
eura t cracd.es. JAMES K.KICUAKDSON,
Custom House, .nor- Ur leans.
Sworn to before United States Commissioner.
J. 1. Crawfobd.
TO CLHAfiSE THE BLOOD
oi Scrofulous. Inherited and Contagious IIu-
intr?, and thus removo the most prolific cause
of human stincnng to clear the bftin ot XMMig
urine blotehos. Itebinc Torture, llumiiiat
mg eruptions anrt i.oatnsomc toro3 causcu
by Immure or t'ouoncu l'loou. vi purify anu
auti y the bkin. and restore the liair so
that no trace of the ciscase remain?. LUTICU-
H IttsoLVRST. ihonew Blood Purifier. Diur
etic and Aperient, ai d Cctkxk and Crncc-
ba ou. the great bkin Cures anil ueautiners
aro infallible. They ato the oniy remedies
that succeed when physicians and all other
GREAT BLOOD MEDICINES.
The hali has not been told as to the great
iMircitivo nowcrs of tho Citticuba Kemedies 1
have paid hundreds of dollars for medicines
to euro diseases of the blood and skin, and
never found anything yei to equal the Cim-
CUKV ItKMCniKS. CllAb. A. W UililAJlS.
Providence, lu I.
Price of Ci-rKTiu.Miiall boxes. Wc. : large
boxe-:. 51. CmcfEi. UfaoAYEST, Si por bot
tle. Ccriri ka jo.i oc. CrricraA Hinv
i:u; So A i', 15e. ?.ild by all druggi'ts. Pottkr
Drco asi Cm J.. Co., lioston.
bcn: rir"Jlo.v to Curt SUSa JMscascs".
COMPLETE TREATS EfrlT $1
sinclc doso of Wanford'rf Jtadlcal
Ture instantly relieves tho most vio'.ent
Sncciinjror UcadColds, Clears tho Head as by
masie. stops watery uiscnarses troin xne jNoso
and Eyes, provents Kin?in? Noises in tho
Head, cures Nervous Headache, and Subduei
CliilLs and Fever. In Chronic Catarrh it
cleanses the nasal passages of foul mucus, re
stores tho sen.se of smell, taste, and hearine
when affected, frees the head, throat, and
bronchial tubes of ouensive matter, sweetens
and purifies the breath, stops tho com;h and
arrests the progress of Catarrh towards Con
Ono bottlo Radical Cure, ono bos Catarrhal
Solvent and Sanford's Inhaler, all in ono
package, of all dniffsists Tor SI, Ask for Sax
roKD'tj Radical Clke. Pottec Dnuc asd
Chdi, Co,, Rostov.
iA'AI I fKfOi For tho relief and prcven
LCwUUiJYO tion, the Instant It is ap
cr Complaint, BiliousFcvcr.
' a2 Malaria and Epidemics, use
y LECTkl c -"'iin'j 1'lnstersian Elcc-
tASTE" wtn a i'orous riustcrland
w laash at pain. 23c everywhere.
-S7UVE HUNDRED CORDS DRY HEM
J? lock Wood, which I will deliver at the
nouses of customers ior si a coru.
Draying or all kinds done at reasonable
rates. R. R. MARION.
an oi of
Hamilton Street Assessment.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
the Lity of Astoria, Ulatsop County, Oregon, and which Ordinance passetl the
Common Council of said city on the 13th day of Novemler,1883, and was approved
on the 1 1th day of November, 1SS::, for the proposed improvement of Hamilton
street, in the City of Astoria, as laid out and recorded by John AlcCIurc, from the
south side of Chenamus street to the south side of Astor street in the manner pro
vided by Ordinance Ko.ooGofthe City
the Common Council of said city on
approved on the 1st dav of October.
loLs fronting on said portion of said street, is now payable at the office of the City
Treasurer ih TJ. S. gold and silver coin, and unless paid wihtin five days from the
expiration of tins notice, viz: Friday.
will issue warrants for the collection tiicrenf. The assessment is as ioiiows :
AViw of OmHtr.
31 J Kinney
3E J Kinney
Pythian Building Association...
M .1 Kinney
Heirs of G V Warren
J T Gray
A J Megler
.1 W White
By order of the Common Council of
Astoria, November 18, 18S3.
i Drugs and Chemicals
Prescriptions carefully compounded
Day or Night.
NEiiT, CHEAP AND QUICK. BY
Main Street, opposite N. Loeb's.
TVrEITHER CAPTAIN SIXCL,UR HOH
the undersigned consignees ol the Brit
ish Barque Harry Bailey, from Buenos
Ayres, will be responsible for any debts con
tractedhy the crew in thi3 port.
TAYLOR YOUNG & CO.
Astoria Nov. M,ieS3.
HOTELS AND EESTATJRAKTS.
STOKiA. - OREGON.
E. T. PA1IKEK. - Mannr and Agent.
:V1. GKOSBY. - - Day Clerk.
Phil. BOWERS. - - Night Clerk.
Jas. DUFFY h-? the Bar and liiilmrd room.
First Glass in ail Eespects.
FREE COACH TO THE nOUSE.
IT IS A FACT
JEFF'S CHOP HOUSE
Concomiy Street is the Best in
deltas Always 011 Slnnd i"25ESH
Sltoul Water 13ay anil East
" JEFF" IS THE BOSS CATERER.
lie ha-, Iieeu Proprietor of the "Aurora
Hotel" In Klin pp ton jtoven, j ears.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
A ew Departure,
At Frank Fabre s. Is dally set a
TABLE D'HOTE from 6 to 7 :30 P M
A FINE FREXCH DINNER,
With Half a Bottle Wine
1VI11 be furnished fur ZO cents.
Hoard by thollouth, - to S30
Lodging3 can be procured by the day,
week or moutii. My establishment is fitted
newly throughout, and everything main
tained in the best stvle.
A Good Cup of Coffee
1ft 5RS. POWELL HAS OPENED AN OYS-
a. 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.
nienls 25 cents r.nil upivartls.
G. BOUIiAIlB, -MAIN
STKEET. - -
. - - .1STOKIA.
Anuounces to the public that he lias located
in the rooias formerly occupied by the City
Book Store, where he will keep a
Restaurant ant Clop House
Furnishing meals to order at all hours.
His patrons will find the tables supplied
with ten or twelve of the best newspapers.
His renutation as former proprietor of the
New Kuirland Restaurant is a sufficient
recommendation for his new house.
assessment made by Ordinance No. 572 of
ot Astoria, and which ordinance passed
the 29th day of beptember, 1883, and was
1SS3. on each of the following described
December .ibv, tne common uonncu
5- S- 5 Cl O M
0 a o g a 2 .
5 M 5 is f
r r I II f
; : : 3 Jj. :
1 : : ? 3 3
"1 r8 100 5."0 00 S3S0 00 $430 00
11 " " 50 00 i45 00 495 00
C " - u SO 00 445 00 495 00
9 " " 50 00 297 00 347 00
4 1 " CO CO 100 CO 150 00
11 11 " 50 CO 417 00 407 00
G " " 50 00 243 00 293 00
9 " ' 50 00 417 00 4i 00
4 01 50 fjO 65 00 115 00
11 " ' 50 00 417 00 467 00
0 " " 50 00 417 00 467 00
9 " u 50 00 417 00 407 00
said City of Astoria.
T. S. JEWETT.
Auditor and Clerk
SMALL MUSICAL 1NSTKUMENTS
OF ALL KINDS.
FINEST VIOLIN STRINGS,
Piano, and Organ Instructors
steck & mm PIANOS
President of United States"
"Governor of Oregon,"
Astoria Musical Society,
Mrs. J. W. Conn, of Astoria
And other prominent persons. Pianos and
ursansoi many leading inaKes,
wholesale and retail,
CELEBRATED TABER ORGANS
LITTLE GIANT STECK PIANO
Largest Honse on This Coast
165 First St., Portland, Oregon
Oregon Railway & Navigation
Daring the month of November. 1S33,
Ocean Steamers will saU from Portland for
San Francisco every Tuesday and Friday,
aud from San Francisco for Portland every
Wednesday and Saturday, leavinjr Ains
worth Dock. Portland, at Midnight, and
SnearStreet Wharf, San Francisco. at 10 A.5t.
Through Tickets sold to ah principa
cities in the United States, Canada and
Passenger Trains leave Portland for East
ern points, at 9 :00 P. M. dally and at 7 :30
A. 31. dally, except Sunday.
IUYEE DIVISION (Middle Columbla).-
Eoats leave Portland for Dalles at 7 -OQ
land for Mon
we. Thu. Frl. 1 Sat.
RAM 6 AM 6AM 6AM
7 AM 7AM
6 AM 6AM & AM 6AM
Astoria and I
uayton. Or. 7AMJ
Salem ....) . .,,1
Victoria.BCIfi AMIS AM
.Leaves Astoria for Portland at 6 a. a. daily ex
Pullman Palacs Can tanning between Port
land, and St. Paul,
C. II. PRESCOTT.
A. Iu STOKES,
Sup't of Traffic
E. P. ROGERS,
Oregon & California R. R.
OREGON & TRANSCONTINENTAL
On an aftor May 13, 1833, trains will run
follows, DAILY (Except Sundays),
Cctivcen POETXAXD and G LEND AXE
Portland 7:S0 a. si.Glendale..103 p. n.
Gleadaie... l:00 A. ir.lPortland 4:25p. a.
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN.
Portl.tnd l:OoP.M.ILebnnon 9.20 V. ,V
Lebanon -1:45 A. M.lPortland10:05 A.W
Tho Orecon and California. Railroad h err
make connection with all Regular Traim oe
WKSTSIDS DIVI3I05. .
Set ween Portland nnd Corvallia
If -VII. IXiXS
Portland 0:00 A. M.ICorvallis 4:30 P. M
Corvallia 8:30 A. M. Portland 3:20 P. M
Mc3Iinnville.5:15A.M.Portland .. 8:S0 a. a
CIo30 connections made at Glendale with
tho Stages of tho Oregon and California Stags
ssrTickets for sale at all the principal nointf
in California and tho East, at Company'a
Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or.
Storaee will bo ehar?d on frnitrlit mnln-
ing atCompanys AVarehouao over 24 hours.
rrcicht will not bo received for shipment
after 5 o'clock P. M. on cither the Ea3t or
Sup't. of Traffic.
E. P. ROGERS,
A, Ij. STOKKS,
Asat sup t
Ilvvaco Steam Navigation Go.'s
Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort Canby,
Connecting hy stages for
Oysterville and Olympla.
cv Until further notice the Hwaco
fi r Sir Steam Navigation Co.'s steamers
or "Gen. Canby"
"Will leave Astoria
On Mondays and Thursdays, at 7 A. IH.
Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and Ilwaco
Tvesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and
The steamer-will leave Astoria at 0 A. is...
as formerly, not heing confined strictly to
Fare to Fort Stevens
' " Canhy and Hwaco.,
J2T"Ilwaco freieht, by the ton. In lots cf
one ton or over, S2 per ton,
ESFor Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the olllce of the company, Gray's
wfiarf, foot of Benton street.
J. H. D.GRAY,
Shoaiwater Bay Transportation Co.
Astoria to Olympla,
Fort Stevens, Fort Caaby, Ilwaco,
Worth. Beach, Oysterville, North
Cove, Petersons Point, Ho
And all points on Shoaiwater Bay, and Gray
On Columbia Hirer.
" GEN. GAEFIELD " Shoaiwater Bay.
" MONTESANO Gray's Harbor
Connecting with Stages over Portages,
Leave Astoria for Olympla, at - - 7 A. 31.
On Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
arriving atMontesano the day after leaving
Astoria tlirough trip in 60 hours.
Leave Olympla. for Astoria on same days.
Columbia Transportation Co.
The popular steamer
Which has been refitted for the comfort o
passengers will leave Wilson and
Fisher's dock every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6
AM. arriving at Portland atl P. M.
Returning leaves Portland every
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 A. M.
Arriving at Astoria atl P. M.
An additional trip will be made on
Sunday of Each Week,
Leaving Portland at 9 o'clock
Passengers by this route connect atKalama
for Sound ports. U. B. SCOTT,
REGULAR STEAM PACKET
"Daisy," and Barge.
Will leave Astoria, from Gray's Dock,
5or Olney, aud Head of Youngs Biver,
ally, at 8 a. sr., (except Wednesdays and
Ketumlng same day,
For Landings on Lewis & Clark's Biver,
On Wednesdays, at 3 A M
Keturning same day.
3-For Freight or Passage, apply on board
or at Gray's Dock, "where Freight -will be r
celved. and stored, if necessary.
J. H, D, GRAY.