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He Had Splendid lcnk.
TUE3DAY DECKMKEIt 11. 1BS3
PORT OF ASTORIA.
READY FOR SEA.
Vitzo, Sxr bk CaUU Ziov 2
Gaitloch, Qutnstown Sot 21
tllenperis, Br bk Qnrcnstown -Vev 5:
Uirry Bailey. Brbk Qarcnstetra DccS
Antwerp. Br bk QuceDstotvn Dec i
Oberea. Brsp Queenstown Dec S
Ubcron. Br bk Queecstntm Dec
Ironside. Br bk Qaeenstown Dec C
Rowlend HM1. Br bk Queens town Dec W
Uiaa Ferruon Br bk Queenstown Dec lit
VESSELS IX THE RIVER.
Imperial. Am bp
(Hire S.Southard. Amsp
lied Cross, Am sp
Ice Klnc, Am sp
llhotan. Br sp
Ktur of Krin, Br sp
Spirit of tbe Dawn. Br
Citrof Madrid. Br p
badstock. Br bk
Glenifler. Br sp
Barcany. Br sp
Ansrf rona. Br p
Sarah Bell. Br bk
Obsn Bar. Brbk
Indiana. Am sp.
:rrie Winslow.Am bk
Kiiloclian. Br su
l.iriio Bell. Br bk
Oaktvorth. Br sp
Oirran. Br bk
Sea King. Am sp
Oynisoa. Br bk
Moraysbirc, Br sp
Sororeicn of tbe Seas
Scottish Bard. Brbk
VESSELS OX THE WA Y.
Prou Foris I'nrt s. for tin
Abcrttwith Castle. Br sp 10G5 Livorpool Sept 11
Itasca. Brbk lltf) JTcwcastlo. Sept S
Bcnvickebirc, Br t p Brisbane
Qhat. Cotcswortb, Br bk Liverpool
Oity of Carlisle. Br bk Greenock Aug M
Btkdale. Br bk Liverpool July 36
1 tat a. Br bk Liverpool Dec 5
Isle of Ilrin, Br sp Sydney Sept 1C
Janet MoXcil. Br bk Jane IS Glago'
Jonalfaror, if or bk Liverpool Nov 12
Kelverdalc, Brbk 1191 ST S AV
Norseman, Br bk LiverpoI DcS
River Indus, Br up HMS
Stacbound. Br lik 73 Vilminirtw
S. It. Mewl. Am bk MS X Y Si r.
Tytbenus, Brbk London
From American 2'ortx.
Alameda. Am sp X Y
Henry James. Br bkiWS TC Y Jubo 1
Moretn. Am sp A Y Absh1 IT
il V Watts, Am bk New ork May !'i
TMMc H Stsrbuek. Am sp X Y JhscJ
TIIH TAKI.K F5t ASTOKJA.
mull r.ATKi:. i low wati:i:.
11 rsl. Second. first. Second.
II g Igl g f g If 5
l. I 2 IM. .w m. IN. I X 1. rt. 1
I I5 I iM lM 1
II $ 7aJT-4! I
2 J 8
4G rvvij I
ft A XT
m s si
10 fiS is-;
4 .'.7 ,
x ir, i
Hie hours lictwci'ii iiii(lui"lii :nd ncxuian'
deslsnnted by a a. m.. ihost b'lwen ikim
and midtiihl by p (V. m.K l. o3 it denotes
midnight, o. OOw. denotos iitxm.
The hflbl is recKoiu'd from Hie level of
iiverajrelowerlow waters to which !hc sound
ings are Riven on the Coast Survey eharts.
Tr; boat cieAit;j:J.
IroUon1iiR is Ibe schedule of juices for
towasc n and out over tne uommbia Ilur
For vesols iHit . Inward . Outward.
exceeding landed. KhHhsI.
S00 tons...$iso SioO 6150
800 I 1000 tons... 200 17o 17.".
looo to 1200 ions 22.1 una 'joo
1200 ly 1400 tons. 275 'J25 2V)
1400 to 1C00 tons... S00 21k) .TOO
Antoria Itetail jSai'Itet.
Flour per sack Sl-'-O.
Wheat, jer cental S2.00.
Hacou. sidv's er tl, cts.
Shouldurs, " 15 cts.
Hams. k;22 cts.
Lanl, " KM cts.
3rutton, 1215 vl.
Tork, V2l4gt5 cts.
Veal, 15$. is cts.
liuttcr, per roll G5 to a" cts.
Epics, j)cr dozen 50 cts.
Potatoes, per It. ljfto 1 cts.
Apples, green, per box $1.50. lo $1.75
Cheese, per 11 2025cts.
Cornmeal, per 1L 4 cts.
Oatmeal, - ejects.
Beans, " 4i cts.
Coffee, 1233(1 cts.
Tea, " 40K)cts.
Kice, 44 8 10 cts.
Sugar, " 10Mcts.
Svrup, per gallon 75c Si.
Honey, per gallon 1.50.
JSalmon, per kit $5.
Onions, icr lb 2(kZ cts.
Apples dried per lb 101S cts.
Peaches 44 12 18 els.
Plums. 44 l2Kincts.
Candles, per lb 20 cts.
Chickens, per dozen ;.
Hay, per ton S25.
Hides, )cr lb u at 0 cts.
Oils, per trallon. boiled linseed. 75c
rav linseed. 70c: coal oil. 40c: lard Sl.25.
The receipts of certain articles oC Or
egon produce, aj San Francisco, from
.January l, iss.1, to November 2Stli,inclu
sive, have been as follows:
Flour, qr sks... ,
Apj.!es. Hije, bxs
Ilutter. plccs ... .
Potatoes. iks .
Fruit, Dried, pkgs
Leal her, pkys
Canned OomLs. cs...
pIFTY MlXl'TES DItlYK TliOM SAX
JL" .lose. Cal.. ou the Ixs Oatos Road.
A news-room dwelling bouse; between
o ana six acres oi cnoice iruit land. Dwell
itir built for saloon and store.
The property will be sold at a bargain. :is
I have too much other business to attend to
It. Terms Si, Coo-Jialf cash; balance on
time wiiii easy payments. Apply to
Astoria. Oregon. d4C-lm
Temple LiOClff a, XJo. 7A.P.A.M.
REGULAK COMMUXICATIOXS S
llrst and thinl Tuesdays In each V V"
month, at 74 o'clock, r. yi.. at the' V
Hall in Astoria. Members of the order in
good standing are invited to attend..
By order of the w. ?l.
Beaver Lodge No. 35. 1. O O. F.
EEGULAlt MEETIXG EY
cry Thursday evening nt?JfX
half-past seven o'clock, at the55
Idg room in Odd Fellows Hall
Astoria. Sojourning members of lhe onlcr
i gowl staiHling. cordially invited to attend.
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, L O. O. F.
OEGULAlt MEETINGS OF OCE.VX EX
XRj campment Xo. IS. I. O. O. F., at the
Lodzre. In the Odd Fellows Buildhitr. a:
seven i. on tiie second and fourth
Mondays of each month, Sojoumins breth
ren coruiauy inviteu.
nj oraer . ir.
Seaside L-odge No. 12. A. O. U. W.
KEGULAIl MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
Lodge Xo. 12, A. O. IT. W. will be held
in Fytbian Hall on Friday evening of eacli
week, at 7 o'clock r. sr. Members of the
order In good standing, and visiting Broth
ers are Invited to attend. Library will be
open fifteen minutes before and after each
meeting. By order M. V.
Astoria liochje No. 40, 1. 0. G.I.
REG ULAK MEETING-EYERYTUESDAY
evening at 7 o'clock, at Pythian Hali.
Astoria. Members of the Order, in good
sending, are invited to attend. Degree
mecllng nrst Monday ot eacn monui.
uy oruez -1
American Leffion of Honor.
REGULAR MEETING OF ASIOKLV
Council Xo. 933 Is held on the firt and
third Tuesday of eacli month, at 7 o'clock v.
M. liv oruer oi lite uouncu uommanoer.
it. Y. MOXTEITH, Sec'ty.
Cushing Post No. 14 G. A. K.
IEGULAE MEETINGS OF THIS POST
Xj on the second and fourth Tuesdays of
eacli month at 7 30 r. si. Msitlng eom-
rades cordially invited, uy orcer
Pacific Lodgo No. 17, K. of P.
REGULAlt MEETINGS OF THIS
Lodire even Friday evening, at 7:30
o'clock, in their Castle Hall. Sojotirnln;
Knicuts cordially initea to niteni.
K. of It. afd S.
Astor Lodge No. 6. K. of P.
TUff! ITT A 1 "ITVPTIVflS fI." TITI1
x Iods;c every Wednesday ovcniHg. at
7 -30 o'clocK, at mcir lodge room, in l'yi.nan
tiMle. Sojourning Knights eordistliy invit
ed to attend. W. Ifc HOBli.
K. oflt. atMl.S.
OEGULAB MEETINGS. SECOND AND
fourth Tuesday evenings of eacn ihohui
at 714 o'clock.
itarl'ersons desiring to ha'c matters acted
iinon by the Council, at any regular meet
ing must present the same to the Auditor
anuCierK, on or oeiore ine nutty evening
prior to tne j uestiay on which ine L oumn
H!hh us regular meenng.
Auditor and Clerk.
On ace Cui'irrii Holy coinuuiuion
first Sunday of every month. .Sunday
services at ll a. m- ana r.si. v. eunes-
day evening service at 7 o'clock. le:
XI. D. Wilson, Hector.
Fiust Pi:i:si:vtki:ian Cinnscii Ser
vices ntll a. M. and 7 i. m. Wednes
day evening prayer meeting at 7
o'clock, ltev. .1. V. Milligan, rxMor.
at 11 a. M. and 7 r. m. Jiev. Suin
IIom.vx Catholic Ciiuncir Services
at lOJO a. Ji. Itov. h. Diolman, Pastor
if. E. Ciintcii Services at ll a. si.
and 7 i t. Jectnre and Prayer Meet
ing, ednesday. at 7 i. m. Jtev. Win.
aitist CiHTiicii. Services each
Lord's Day at 11 a. St., and 7 v. si.
Prayer Meeting on Wednesday, at 7
p. si. Jiev. li. S. McLalTcrty, pastor.
Columbia River Exports.
ItKCVl'ITULATION .IANUAUY '.
201.87S bus. wheat ? 3I0
50,257 MKS Hour. i7,17fi
Total, 8 cargoes .
Wheat. 1C0.1W bus., value.
Flour, 2S),400 bbls., "
Wheat (197.524 bushels)
Salmon (2fiu0 cases).......
Lumber (500 M)
Total (8 cargoes)
Flour, 24,850 bbls....
Lumber, 375 M......, .......
Total, 3 cargoes..;
Flour 3,025 bbls .........
Wheat 49,212 bus
Total, (l cargo).
Flour. 901 bbls.
Salmon, S7,7i)3 cs.......
Total, (t cargo)......
Flour, 1.E3I bbls
Total, (3 cargoes)...
Total, 2 cargoes.....
Wheat, 1RC.4S3 bus
Total (2 cargoes)
Wheat. 740.W3 bus
Flour, 3.172 bbls
Salmon, 3S.42D cs
Tot:d (14 cargoes)
Flour 49.11S bbls
Total, (lOCargocs) $1,078.(32
2 To QiMcnsotcn per Antwerp,
Wheat, 59,251 bus,. . ; S01.2C3
2 To QucnKfoini jwrJIarry pailcy.
Yhcat, 37,690 'bits , .?8S.r.St
5- To Quccnsoirn per Ottcron.
Wheat, 51,011 bus. .. SXi.iso
C To Quccnrtmvn per Oltcnm.
Wheat, G0,090 bus 9W.009
C To Qticcnxtoxm per Ironside.
Wheat , 49,000b us . 49,979
10 To Qiiccnslown jcr lioirtand Hill.
v licit, 49,951 bus 01,200
ELECTRO VOLTAIC BELT, and other EtxciBic
APTUAXCES. Wc win send on Thirty Days'
Trial, TO MEN, YOtJKO OU OLD, who are Buffering
from NExrofs Debhitt, Lost vrrixrrr. and those
Giseascs oi a i'zbsokaj. liiTuax restating Irons
Abuses and Other Causes. Sreedr roller and com
plete restoration to Uealtb. vioob and SLucnooD
Voltaic Belt Co., Mabshall, Iice
FIVE HUNDRED COKD3 DRY IIEI
lock Wood, which I "will deliver at the
houses ot customers for $i a cord.
Draylng or all kinds done at reasonable
rates. k. iu AiAitiow,
is given by using Brown's
Iron Bitters. In the
Winter it strengthens and
warms the system; in the
Spring' it enriches the blood
and conquers disease; in the
Summer it gives tone to the
nerves and digestive organs;
in the Fall it enables the
yste:n to stand the shock
:a sudden changes.
In no way can disease be
. 3 surely prevented as by
imping die system in per
fect condition. Brown's
'Ikon Bitters ensures per-n-U
health through the
.'ranging seasons, it disarms
? : danger from impure
vatcr and miasmatic air,
.iid it prevents Consump
.ion, Kidney and Liver Dis
H. S. Berlin, Esq., of the
v-H-known firm of H. S.
liariin & Co., Attorneys, Le
Droit Building, Washing
u r,, D. C, vrites, Dec. 5th,
r6S 1 :
Gentlemen : I take pleas
ure in stating tliat I have nscd
Brown's Iron Bitters for ma
laria and nen'ous troubles,
caused by overwork, with
Beware of imitations.
Ask for Brown's Iron Bit
ters, and insist on having
it Don't be imposed on
with something recom
mended as lt just as goody
The genuine is made only
Ivy the Brown Chemical Co.
Vitalizes rinl JSnrichef, the Illood, .nei
up th System, IiI-jLi-s tho "VTc!:
Strong', Builds tip tho IJtxiLo..
dows, Invigorates t!i.
Dyspepsia, iTervous Affections, Gen
era! Debility, Hearalgia, Fever
and Ague, Paralysis, Chrcaic
Liarrlisa, Boils, Dropsy,
Huinorc, I'eniale Com
plaints, Liver Corsi
.LL DISEASES ORIGINATING Ki A BAD STAT'.
OF THE BLOOD, OS ACCOMPANIED BY
DEBILITY 03 A LOW STATE
OF THE SYSTEM.
upp!.cihc hlxd villi its Vital Principle, oi
Liro Klcmcat, IltO.V, iafii'L- SirenUj
Vljror arJ Xcr I.lfo ir.to all part of the svsiesi
BEING FREE FROM ALCOHOL. . s e'etcti
nsictSectsaxe not follov.ol by com?oui'-z rvc
ion, i'utars permanent.
SET!! V. roWLE & SONS, Pj,rieu., &
dasnsoa Aviauc Ettcu. Sold t.v all T uot'c
General assortment of table stock constantly
on band, such as
Canned Fruits and Jelly,
Bacon, Hams, Shoulders, Lard
EGGS, BUTTER. CIIEESE.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables!
FISH. POULTRY AND GAME
In the season.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Bet of WINES AND LIQUORS.
AU cheat) for CASH. Goods sold on com
mission. Opposite I. W. Case's store.
JUaiii $(rect, - - Astoria Oregon
BERGMAN D BERRY
"D K5PSCTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN
JLV tion of tho nublio to the fact that the
above Market will always bo suppliod with a
FULL VARIETY BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS!
Which will bo sold at lowoit rates, wholesale
ana retail, bpeclal attention siven to suppl
LOOK HERE !
"We respectfully inform the public that we
will always keep on luuid the best quality of
Fresh and Cured Meats
Choice Family Groceries,
Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Crockery and
u i ass-ware.
Ships, Hotels and Boarding Houses sup
plied ou liberal terms.
A share of the public patronage lsrespect-
dtf, "WARREN & THOMPSON
WHERRY & COMPANY,
Fresli and Cured Meats,
FRUITS,13UTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL,
CHEXAXUS fttreet, Atterlx, Ok
As a counterpart o the recent storv
in tbe ''"Drawer'' of Harper's Maga
zine, of the man "wlio always threw
tbe dice with tbe aces up, tbere 15 au
anecdote of a St. Louis roper ' wbo
Rot bold of a "sucker ' and ran him
into a faro bank, which, by exlraor
dinrfrj' luck, be cleaned out aud clos
ed up. They took tbe money from
him and kicked him out. A few
weeks after another "roper broucbt
in tbe same fellow, and once more be
broke tbe bank. Then they tied bim
in a sack and IbrevT bun into tbe
river. In about a year be came in
again, and, after breakinjr'tbe bank,
tbey recognized bim once more as tbe
old "sucker,' when the dealer said:
"Ain't you the same sucker we sewed
in a bag and dumped into tbe river a
year ago?" "I am the man,' snid he.
"Well, we will not make auy mistake
this time," replied tbe dealer: "we
will kill you right here to make snre
of it But we will give you just one
chance for your life." A barrel of
white beans was procured from a
neigbl)oring grocery. One solitary
black bean was put into tbe barrel,
and the whole shaken up sufficiently
to render it a million to one that tbe
black one could not be found without
pouring out the contents of the bar
rel, and picking tho beans all over,
one by one. The doomed man was
then told that he must ram his arm
into the barrel, and pull out that
black bean the first trial, or be killed
then and there. He shoved his hand
deep into the beans, and immediate
ly drew forth the black bean.
The TriaN of a Maine Editor.
All this fall the editor has been af
flicted with a cold, which,' settling on
his lungs and permeating bis bones,
has bunged bim up completely. JTow
ever, he has worked right along, some
times when he felt unable to drive
bis pencil. The cold and overwork
and matters of busines in Boston in
duced bim last week to take a couple
of days from editorial tasks, tbe first
vacation for over two years. He went
to tbe Hub, caught more cold, and.
coming home, was obliged to succumb
to the inevitable and, instead of get
ting ont the Independent, go to bed
and indulge ni the gay and festive
mustard plasters, paregoric, soaked
feet and tbe other charming accompan
iments of a fit of sickness. The liulc
ftendent thus has skipped an issue,
and lx)lh advertising and subscrip
tions thereby are due one week later.
A bashful country swain whose ex
cessive modesty made him shrink
from the publicity of a wedding con
ducted in the presence of his friends
and relatives, appeared with bis affi
anced before a justice of the peace to
get married. The magistrate first
catechised tbe groom and then put a
series of questions to tbe bride.
When he had finished the blushing
countryman leaned toward the judge
"There's another question Yd like
you to put."
' What is it; said the magistrate.
"Ask her if she snores."
The masons have stopped work on
the Washington monument, leaving
the shaft for the winter at the height
of 410 feet. At this elevation it is
the loftiest structure on the conti
nent, and, with a few exceptions,
hi the -world. "When completed it
will be 550 feet in height.
Fraud generally lights a candle for
justice to look at it; and a rogue's
pen indites the warrant for ins own
Have Wistar's balsam of wild eliorrv
ahvaysat hand. It cures coughs, colds,
uiunuiiiiib, wjiuupiii cuun, L.mij), in
fluenza, consumption, and nil throat and
mng complaints. r0 cents nnd,Sl a hot
tie. BUY THE BEST!
Woodberry, and Needle Brands,
CORK MD LEAD LINES.
Fish Pounds, Seines, anil Xets
Imported, lo Order, a
and fish hooks,
'constantly on hand
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
517 and 519, MARKET STREET
JSTAggents for the Pacific Coast.
A Little Story ivith a Iiarse Dlorai
One 31 an -who Knew Mk
"No. my doar," said tho venerable keeper
of a country store to a timid littlo girl whose
head scarcely camo up to tho level of the
counter. "No, my dear, wohayen't any red
flannel, but ro have somo first rato Nctr Or
leans molasses." Softly hinting that she
didn't think that would answer the purpose
quite as well, tho child went her way in
search of tho article she wanted.
"Havo you BENSON'S CAPCINE PLAS
TERS?" asked a gentleman of a certain drug
gist whoso namo could bo Riven wcro it do-
sired. "I am troubled just now with a touch
of my old friend, tho lumbago, and tho Ben
son'; Plaster seems to go to tho spot almost as
soon as it touches tho skin."
"Not at present." replied tho druggist, gen
ially " but, wo havo lota of plasters just as
good. There is Allcock's, tho Capsicum and
others won't ono of them do as well?"
"My dear sir," retorted tho 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 I
want and for nothing clic I may enlighten
yon, however, when J say that sometimo ago,
for another disease, of which tbo Capcine has
sinco cured me, I tried all those you mention,
with no appreciable benefit They are ineffi
cient, every ono of them, tho meanest act ot
tho proprietors of somo of them being this
that they m'ako plasters with similar sound
ing names to dective tho unwary into beliov-
wg tncy are tae samo tblng. - xapenonco
taught mo tho difference. I'll go to tho next
man in your line. Good day."
Bo on i oar guard against imitations. Tho
genuine has the word CAPCINE cut cleanly
in the middle of the plaster. All othors are
Seabury & Johnson, Chemists, New York.
TO keep tho pored open, the oil KlamLj snd
tabes active, and thus furnish an outlet
for impurities in tho perspiration and blood
which cause humiliating blotches, blackheads
and minor skin bleinisho?, especially of in
fants; to cleanse, whiten and beautify the
skin, remove tan, freck es. sunburn, and oily
matter : to keep tho hands soft, white and
freo from chaps or roughness, prevent conta
gious skin and scalp disea?c, and provide an
exouisito skin beauttficr and toilet, bath ami
nursery sanative redolent with delicious flow
er odors" aridt'rTiot a.v healing balsam?, use
iho C'tTinitA So.u In.kr?ed by physi
cian? and chomist as absolutely pure and
highly medicinal. Sales l:il "J I.K0.' 00 cake.
THE HERITAGE OF WOE
Mitery. shame and agony often bequeathed
as a sole legacy to children bv parent. i neg
lected Scrofula. To cleanse the blood of thi3
hereditary poison, and thus remove the most
prolific cause of human suffering, to clear the
tTcinot disfiguring humors, itchin? tortures,
humiliating; eruptions, and loathsomo sores
caused by it. to purify and beautify the skin,
ard restore tho hair so that no trace of tho
disease acmains. CvtU Ut. J.KSOIA'KXT,
the new blood purifier, diuretic and aperient,
and Clticuka nd Citiccra Soai the
great skin cures and beautiScrs, are infallible
I HAD SALT RHEUM
In tho most azsravutcd form for eight years.
No kind of treatment, medicine or doctors
did me any permanent good. .My friends in
Maiden know how 1 suffered. When 1 began
to use the I'itutka Kkjikmks my limbs
were so raw and tender that I could not boar
my wcichl on them without the skin crack
ing and bleeding, and was obliged to go-j
about on crutches. L scd tne I lticura KEM
kmks five months, and was completely and
permancmly cured. Mlts. S. A. li'tOVTX,
References: Any citizen of Maiden. Mass.
I have been afflicted with troublesome
skin disease, covering almost completely the
upper part of my body, causing my skin to
assume a copper-colored hue. It could be
ruubcd'of like dandruff, and at times catu
inc intolerable itchiur and the most intense
suffering. I have used blood purifiers, pills,
and ut Her advertised remedies, but experi
enced no relief until I procured tbeCirricu
KA TtKMEiiiKS. which, although used care
less! and irregularly ctiredme, allayins that
terrible itching, and restoring my skin to Its
natural color. I am willing to make an affi
davit to the truth of this statement.
Milan. Mich. S. . BUXTOX
Sold by all druggists. Citicui:a,5o cents ;
Kksoi.vknt.S1 :SoAr.'ii cents. Potti:i:
Ui:iG and Chioiii'ai. Co. Iloiton
Send rir"IIow to Cure Shin Iilcncs".
SAMFGRD'S RADICAL CURE.
The Croat Balsamic Distillation of
Witch. Hazol. American Piac.
Canadian Far, Marigold
Clover Blossom. Etc.,
For tho immediate relief and Permanent Cure'
of every form of Catarrh, from aHmplc lload
Cold or Influenza to tho Loss of Smell, Taste,
and Hearing, Cough, bronchitis and Incipi
ent Consumption. Kcliefin fivo minutes in
nny and every caso. Nothing liko it Grate
ful fragrant, wholesome. Curo begins from
hrst application, and is rapid, radicil perma
nent, and never failing.
Ono boctlo Radical Cure. onoBox Catarrhal
Solvent and Sanford's Inhaler, all in ono
package forming a complete treatment, of all
druggists for SI, Ask for SAxrop.n'd Uapicai.
Cl'rk. PoTTEn Dkco and CitmicAi. Co.,
ATM 1 IKffVi l-'or tho relief and proven-AjWUi-IJVO7
tion, the instant It Is ap
W? , c4 Plifil.of Hheumatismeu-
SAA "Vgj Coldf.'WcakBack' Stomach
1 r and Bowels. Shootinirl'ain?.
-v0uQ Palpitation. Dyspepsia, Liv-ZZO-
er Comnlalnt. BiliousFover.
'?wir jlnlana and .Epidemics. uso
jf I FftTRieVx Collin's riaHters(anEIcc
7 tu",.'J,v'Ni irnit...- .i.:,i
ASTE 7' a ioroui I'lastcrJand
Jangh at pain. 23c everywhere.
Union India Eubber Go's
Pure Para Gum
BEVTAKK OF IMITATIONS !
Be sure the Boots are stamped CRACK
PROOF on the heels, and have the PURE
GUM SPRINGS on the foot and instep,
which prevent their cracking or breaking.
We arc now making them with RUBBER
AXD ASBESTOS Soles which will make
them last more than twice as long as any
Rubber hoots made.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
ALL KINDS RUBBER BELTING. PACK
ING, HOSE. SPRINGS. CLOTIILNG,
BOOTS AND SHOES. Etc
COODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. 11. PEASE. Jr. Agents.
S. M. RUNYON, f San Eranclsco.
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON
mmS INSTITUTION, UNDER CARE OF
JL the Sisters of Chanty, Is now ready for
t he reception of patients.
Private rooms for the accommodation oi
Patients admitted at all houts, day or night.
pnysician nas exclusive ngnr, every
patient Is free to and has the privilege of
employing any physician they prefer.
United States 2Inrinc
Seamen who par nospital Dues, are enti
tled to Free care and attendance at thLs Hos
pital during sickness. Permits must bo ob
tained lor United States Marines at the Cus
Sisters of Ciiaiuti
Wilmerding & Co., San Francisco.
Loeb & Co., Agents, Astoria.
ASTORIA LIQUOE STORE,
AUG. DANIELSON, - - Proprietor.
Rebuilt and Itefltted Throughout.
The Best of
WLN'ES.IiiqilOKS, AXD CIGARS
For a Good Cigar, call for one of
Corner West 9th and Water Streets, Astoria.
Journal of and for the People, Devoted
to the Best Interests of the
The. largest circulation of anj7 News
paper published on the Columbia River.
Is thoroughly Independent, and enjoys
the confidence and support of a large
circle of friends and patrons.
The Astorian is controlled by no
clique and recognizes no master but
The AsTORtAsr concedes to all3 the
consistency it claims for itself and labors
for the advancement and prosperity of
the Oity, County and
It is delivered to any
The Daily Astorian is Sent by Hail
HAVE IHO EQUAL.
The London Fisheries Exhibition
HAVE AWARDED THE
The Barter Brothers Company
FLAX NET THREADS.
Magnus C. Crosby
HARDWARE, IM, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
Plumbers and Steam Fitters
Goods and Tools,
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
HPiT-j AND Copper-
CaBnery an! Fisfieraens Supplies
Stoves, Tin Ware and House
JOBBING IN SHEET IRON, TIN. COP
PER PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING
Donejjjith neatness and dispatch.
"None tut flrst class workmen employed.
A large assortment of
Constantly on hand
part of the city for
SMALL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
OF ALL KINDS.
FINEST VIOLIN STRINGS,
Slieet Music ,
Piano, and Organ Instructors.
STECK & KNABE PIANOS !
President of United States"
"Governor of Oregon,"
Astoria Musical Society,
Mrs. J. W. Conn, of Astoria,
Anil other prominent persons. Pianos and
Organs of many leading makes,
wholesale and retail,
CELEBRATED TABER ORGANS.
LITTLE GIANT STECK PIANO
Largest House on This Coast.
165 First St., Portland, Oregon.
Leinenweber & Co.,
a X.KTNKNWEBEB. H. BROWN
TAMERS Affl CUSBBIES,
Manufacturers and Importers of
I.T. KINDS OF
Wholesale Dealers In
OIL AND TALLOW.
ear-Highest cash price paiAf or Hides and