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WEDNFSDAA JANUARY 30. 1SSI
PORT OF ASTORIA.
vesffls in rriE nivmi
Olive S.Southard. Amsp Mt Washington, Am up
Red Cross. Am sp
Highland L.icbt. Ats.o
Tillle E SfirbucL. Am
isle of Erin, Br sp
Sleroa. Am cp
Indians. Am sp,
l'rne WtnsIow.Arn bk
Aes Kjiik. Am up
Sovereign of the Seas
Chas. ;otsvrorth, Brpk
VJSXbEl- 'O. THF. 9,'A t.
Com Fm-otw firti. for ibi
Aber.twjth Castle. BruplOffi Urerpool Sept 11
City of Carlisle. Br bk Oreaock An 1
Eskdalo. Br bk Liv rpoolJulyW
ttata. Br bk Liverpool Eac S
Jorsslfa-er. r bk Liverpool Not 12
KelrerJalfl, Br bk 1191 X S W
Norseman, Brbk Liverpool Doc 2
Hirer laden. Br sp Newcastle .Nor SO
Htaxbound. Br bk S73 Wilmington
?. R. Mead. Am )ik USZ H X Sept C
Trthonus. Brbfc London
From American Porta.
Al&iai d Am np T Y
Henry .James. Br bk I'H X Y Juoe W
TIOE TABLK FOR ASTOBIA
2 ,;r '
-511U 21 IS 31 - - J- -J 4 22 I 2-8
2C 0 us t-9ll HVia-3l If. 2-c
27 0 51 lTt5H "Ca7 C 07 24
2S 1 30 7'7 0 11 8T : ?ti 21
7 27 1-0 8
X 02 -0 8
9 03 1-0-2
! 31 0-2
291 2 03 se! I 2 !S-i 7 W) 1 18,
iOl 2 37 SJ 2 l -.;( 8 : IT.
:;i; 3 0V1-5 2 41Ifcl 2 1M
llu Hours .ici w r'-.i itutl -Uln and uoonure
designated b a i. 31.). tlioc between noon
and nudiiirlit h e V ). w. OOw a denotes
midnight 01. ufM. denote noon.
Th hei,;i: is ivi Ko.i'ri irom the level of
average low ei low water to vvliieh tlieouiid
lugs are given on the Coast Survey charts.
Ti; AT CMAKKS.
Following 11 tin schedule of ptlees for
towage 'n and out ovei the Columbia Bar:
For v e-ils not - inward .Outward.
exceeding Loaded. Ballast.
SOU tons.5!Mi $150
800 to 1001) tons... 200 175
100O to 1200 tons... 'sir, joo
li to 1400 tons... 275 l2-"
i4uo to iw)) tons... raw 2.'K)
Aistorln ICetail JIarket.
Flour per sack SISM.
U'lictt, jur cental S2 W(rt2:2T,.
Oats. " S2.HltiT".
Bacon, .sides per ft, 14 to 18 cb.
Jshouldeis. l2Klri cts.
Beef. &Cd;M ets.
rork. vinmr v.
Yeal, 13(fU els.
Butter, per roll 7." to w ets.
Ei:i:s. per do n :;"i(?4r et.s.
I'otatoc-. pei Hi l lo l3 ot-.
Apples. rreeii, jer box 151.50. to S2.00
ClHie. per li 211(25 U 40 cts.
C01i1me.1l. per $ 4 el-.
O.ituie.tl. !h et.s.
Beans, ICHii el...
Coffee. - I2K40et.
Tea. - 4)(iiM cts.
User. - K'rl(icLs.
Mtsi. In : 14 cLs.
i rap, pei :iliot 7."e u? Si.
lfoney. per miil-jn !.".
Salmon. j-t kit?."'
Onion--, per tli 2Cit.5cl-.
Apiles diied per lb 1218cLs.
Pea-he-. - 12 . 18 cts.
Plains. - " V2-4 10 cts.
Candle-, per tb 2U els.
Chicken, per dozen .$('.
Hay. per ton $.
Flides, per & 0 5, ) cts.
Oils, per uaSlon, Smiled lin-eed. 75c;
raw linseed. 7(e: eo.tl oil. 40c: lard 31.25.
Columbia River Exports.
INt ltV. '81.
27'" Quftiistwn mt Gal.ivorth.
Wheat, in.nTi bus .?70,451
4 7'o Ufiuetf'nini per Ohun liny.
Wheal, J7.9.t lnis S;y3
9 To Qaa..i'Uni'u jtrr .1kj rova.
Flour. OI.'iH !bU 102.570
10 -To liwettt-toicn icr lMdrtock.
Floui. 14.1 :i bbis. .. 860.000
11 7 OjiwviKfoiPH ,er Bmganu.
Whe.it. T 0,1 w.- SC9.418
lb To fArrrjxiol fitr rstt! of Madrid.
Flour. 20.400 bbl $102,330
19 To Quemituwn ir Jforajs?iire.
Wheat. SLSe, bus S85.CO0
H Tm Qu'cnst.jifi icrSlarof Erin.
Flour. 10.019 ih S83.104
22 fo Q)Ut'ntown r Sarah Bell.
Flour. 11.0CC bjls $69.GC2
The receipts of certain aiticle.s ot Or
e"on liroduee at an Francisco, from
January 1. 18S4. to January 2:j, inclu
sive, have been as follews:
Flour, o,r sks 12JJ90
w heat, ct Is..... ............ .. i8i
Salmon. bbl ........ . ..
App!es. Ripe. lots...... .. .. .".".'.
Butter, pugs ..... ...... !
Potatoes, k- .. .
Wool, bales 53
Hides. No ....... 1.2C7
Tallow, pkgs 5-m
Hay. bale- -
bruit. Dried, pkgs
Leal her. pkgs 32
Hops, bales .... ... ..
Hams, pkgs .. 1
Cheese, cs......... ........ .
Flax Seed, sk-
Corn, ctls ..
Canned Goods, cs
Lard, pkgs........... .......
Bacon, c- ... ......... ......
On Geneiee stieet, opp-site Bozortli A
NEAT, CHEAP ANT) QUICK. BY
Malu Street. oK)site X. Iieh's.
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Brier Pipes,
GENUINE EmilSH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
Temple Lodge, No. 7A.F.A.M.
Ors-t and third Tuesdays In each
month, at 7U o'clock, r. M.. at the
Hall in Astoria, Mombera of tin. order In
Kond standing are Invited to attend..
By order of the W. 51.
Beaver LrOdgre No 35, L O. O. F.
TrKGITLAIi MEETINO EY
SX ery Thursday eenlnK ggz
half-past seven o'cli-ck, at the-v-s
storia. Sojouniinc members of tho order
in jxtd standlnR. conlially invited to aitod.
By order " G.
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O. F.
KEOCLAlCMrJiriNGSOF OCEAN EN
eatnpment No. IS. I. V. O. F., at the
Lodge, in the Odd Fellow Building, at
seven .P. sl, on the second and fourth
Monday of eacn month. Sojourning breth-jt-n
By order O ?-
Seaside Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W
Ki:gclak meetins of seaside
LodK- No. 12, A O. C. V. will b held
In Pythian Hall on Fiidiy ev-MiiK of e.wh
week, at 7 o'clock p. L Members of the
order In good standlnp. and isitlng Broth
ers are Invited to attend. Library will be
open fiftern minutes before and after each
meetlntr. Bv order -M. W.
C. BROWN, Rec.
Astoria Loae No. K. I. O. G.l.
REG L'L Alt M KETING K VK llY TUESDAY
ev.n'npntT o'elock. at I'lthlan Hall,
Astoria Members il the Order, in good
standing, a.e .im.ed t attend. Degree
meeting flrst Monday of ich :nontli.
By order W C.T.
American Legion of Honor!
REGULAR MEETING OK ASTORIA
Council No Pft.y Is held on the llrst :tnd
third Tuesda of each :11011th. at 7 oVloek i.
M. By order'of the Couneil "ommauder.
K Y MONTKITH. Sec'ty.
Cuahinff Post No. 14, G. A R.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS TOST
on the -eco'id and fuurth Tuexl-i-s of
each inont'i at 7-J V. m. Visiting com
rades conlially im iled. By oider
Pacific Lodge No. 17. K of P.
EGULAR MKETJN(;,s OF THIS
(.odxe everv Trlday venmK. at . iM
o'clock. In th-Ii C:istle Hall. Sojounilng
Knights ewrdinlly invited to -tten .
K. f It. ami S.
Aator Lodge No. 6 K of P.
REGULAR MElTlN'is OK THIS
Lodiie eerv Yeunesda eL-niug, at
7 :30 o'clock, at tlieir lodge room. In Pvthian
Catle. Sojouniitig Kidj-'lus oonliallv"ln it
ed to attend. W. L. ROBB.
REGULAR MEETINGS. ECONl) AND
fourth Tuesday eeninp. ol each month
at 7& o'eloek.
wsrl'ersons de-it Iiir t bae matter- actd
upon by the Council, at uuy regular meet
ing must prcsfiit 1'ie ame to the Auditor
and Clerk, on or before the Knla evening
jrirtothe Tue-1. fiineieli the Council
liolds its regular meeting.
Auditor and Clerk.
Grace Church Holj cnuuunion
fir-t truuday of everj in'outi . .Sunday
Miviejsatll a. M., and 7 v. m. Wedne.
dav euMiinsr service at 7 o'clock. Rev.
M.'D. Wii-011, Keetor.
FlltST PUKSBYTEKIAN (Jltt'KCH Ser
vices at 11 A M. and 7 p. M. NVednes
dav evening praer meeting at 7
o'clock. Rev. .1. v . M illipm. J'astor.
at 11 a. M. anil 7 p. M. Rv. Sam'l
Roman Catholic Cinmcii bervices
atlOsaiA. m. Rev. K Dielnian. Pa-tor
M. . Church Nm vice- at 11 a. m.
and 7 p. t. Leetun and Prayer Meet
ing. Wedne.sdaj, at 7 p. m. Kev. Win.
Baitist OnuitCH. Srviee.- each
Lord's Day at 1 1 . n . a nl 7 P. M.
Praxer Meeting on u .-due-day. at 7
p y". Rev. It. S.McLa tTertv. pastor.
Wilson & Fisher,
Iron. Steel, foal. Anchors. Ghains,
TAR, PSYCH, OAKUM,
NAILS AND SPIKES,
Shelf Hardware, Paints and Oils
FI.OITC AX ft "W8LL FKKI.
Agents for Salem Flouring Mills,
and Capital Flour.
All sizes, at Portia.:-' Prices, In Stock.
Corner Chenamus and Hamilton Streets
GERMANLA BEER HALL
BOTTLh IlKKK UKPOT.
C1CI ft MCrt Si UtJCr .HTORIi.
The tletf oj Litffero Ct. a Ofass
order- for Hie
Geleliraleil ColninHia Brewery
Left at 1 tils pbwe will oe )iontpth attend
"No ctfati mui Fniu-i--t Heer sold at
w , ....proprietor
Mrs. R. aUINN,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Crockery and Glassware.
a. IFnaJLJL Stools..
XEW GOODS CONSTANTLY RECEIVED.
Northwest corner Squemoijua and Main
THE THJNGYALLA LINE.
, Ls the only
Between XEW YORK and SCANDI AVIA.
First class Steamer- and good asage.
Tickets Tar nale'at A. 31. JOH.VSOX'S.
Agent, Astoria, Oregon.
The Asteria: Passenger Line
WILL AFTER THIS DATE DAVE ITS
headquarters at its Stables next to B.
B. Franklin's, two doors b-low Tn K Asto
kian office. First-class Livery en Ice. Carta
with horse furnished, for one dollar per
hour. Carriages on" application
The Astoria Passenger Lin Hacks will
leave for Upper Aoria from the stables.
Horses taken to board.
MRS. T. O'BRIEN.
for larac-Back, 6ide. or-iChest use
Shiloh's Porous Piaster, Pribfe 25 cents.
Per sale by W. E. Dement.
WE OF THE OLDEST AND KOST RELIAEl!
REMEDIES IN THE WORLD TOR
THE CURE OF
Couglis, Colds, Hoarseness.
Sore Throat, Bronchitis,
Every affection of tho
THROAT, LUNGS AND CHEST,
A WELL-KNOWN PHYSICIAN WniTESi
" It does not dry up a cough, and leave the c ju"
fcchlad, as is the case with most preparaun, ba
basens it, cleanses the lungs and allsv. iTau'cn.
thus removing the cause of comn'.ia:
DO NOT BE DECEIY!l by tlcte Ikwt
ag similar names. Bs sure you get
DR. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHEERY.
nth the signature of " I BUTT? " on the wrapper
50 O-aU and Sl.CO a Ilottle.
Prepared by SETH W. FOWLE & POKS,
a.Mass. Sold bvdrut-. and dealcn seui-niV
General as-ortment ot table -lock eonsiHiitiy
on ii.iud. Mieh a-.
Canned Fruits and .IMI,
Bacon, Hams, Shoulders. Lartl
KN. IH'TTEK. CnK3K.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetable?,
Fisn. POn.TUY AA1 aii;
In the season.
CIGARS AiVI Ti A '.
Best of WIXES AM f.JJiC'OSS.
AH cheap for CASH. Uuuqn ?oln on coa
ttiiss'on. Opposite I. W. Case's store.
Maip Street. - - Axtoriii Orr
3 Eli OMAN A IsrSltliV
RBSl'SCTFULL'i -V.Ll. lilh, Ail 1
tion of the public to tho Tact that :'
abovo Market will alwayp bosmiplietl witt k
FULL VA RLETY REST QUA LI P
PRESH AND CURED rflfi-'.
Which will bo sold at loiret rates. wholu-ssT?
and retaiL Special ttpntiou clvii to nnrl
WHERRY & C0KPruY,
Fresh and Cund illoats.
FRUITS. BUTTER, and EGG.
OPPtJSlTK OCCIDENT IK '1LJ,
OIIKN'ATXU.S Street. Astoria, ilez
WYATT & THOMPSON.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS.
CHOTCElTR 0CE E IE S,
Crockery and Glassware,
LOEB & CO.
AGENTS FOR THE
Best San Francisco Houses and
Tumblers Decanters, and All
Kinds of Saloon Supplies.
"AU goods sold at San Francisco Pnres.
- MAIN STREET.
Opposite Parker Houe. Astoria. Oregon.
W. E. DEMENT & CO.
ASTORIA. - - - OREKOX
Carry iu Stock.
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET
Prescriptions carefully Compounded
ASTORIA CANDY FACTORY
Patronize Home Manufacture.
All my CANDIES are of the
A full assortment
NUTS, FOREIGN FRUITS. ETC.
JOH.V P. CLASSES.
ASTORIA LIPOS STORE,
Reballrand Refitted Throughout.
The Best of
WISES. LIQUORS, AXD CIGARS
For a Good Cigar, call for one or
Comer West 9th and WaterStreets, Astoria.
Three Good Anecdotes.
In tbo Chiuago Tribune we find the
When Senator Beck visited his old
home in Scotland in 1S73, while stroll
ins through the fields he met an old
schoolmate. ''You don't remember
me, Donaldf" he said to him. uNo ,"
said Donald, "I don't know your face.
But I caught 0 six-pound salmon in
the Frith to-day, and whenever I have
done that before something has hap
pened. I don't know you by sight,
but on're cither .John McPherson.
who left us thirty years asone. or
you're Jim Beck. Now. which is it?"
"Sure enough,' cried the senator,
"it's .Tim Beck." "Week Jiinmie,
1 they tell me that the Americans are
going to elevate vou to the house of
peers. la it so? Come along home
then, and we'll eat the fish. An Amer
ican lord is good enough for a Scotch
The death of Judge Hood at Madi
son, "Wis., not long since, leads a cor
respondent of the Indianapolis Jour
nal to say:
Judge Hood was a resident ot Som
erset, Ohio. General Sheridan's
father, at the time of the incident I
relate, was then living on a small
place just out of the town limits. He
kept a few cows and supplied their
milk to residents in the town. Judge
Hood, at that time a prominent law
yer in that part of Ohio, was one of
"Old Jlike' Sherman's customers,
and"Little Phil" delivered tho daily
supply to Hood. Congressman
TCiehey at that time represented the
district and had an appointment to
West Point at his disposal Bichey
was solicited by a numerous part of
his constituency for the appointment
for various sous, and, iu a pjeriod ot
worriment he appealed to his friend
Hood to name some bright fellow for
Hood settled the mutter at once by
saying: "Appoint 'Little Phil' Sheri
dan." "Who is he?' asked Richer.
"Why. he's 'Old Mike' Sheridan's
boy. who brings my milk, and smart
as a whip." And Congressman
Richey appointed him.
According to a Boston letter in the
New York UrapJiia Goneral Butler is
not always the victor at repartee:
The late Henry F. Durant was at
one lime a student in Butler's ofiice,
aud mj became well acquainted with
him and his convivial habits, which
were at that time rather pronounced.
Afterwards he set up in law for him
self, and while 'still young was op
posed to his former employer in a
rather ticklish case.
Mr. Butler had very little law on
his side aud depended greatly on the
inexperience aud supposed awe of his
opponent for his own success. His
first question was:
"This is Mr. Durant. T believe?"
"Mr. Henry F. Durant?"
"Mr. Smith also, I believe?" (Mr.
Smith had his name changed by law
"I thought so. I think you arethe
two men whom I once know.
Having by such means worked up
Mr. Durant to a point of almost
asphyxia, his opponent said, in a
rather confidential, patronizing way:
"I think I have heard it stated, Mr.
Durant, that you always prepare
your speeches before the glass."
Like a flash the answer came:
'Better that than after one. like
yourself, Mr. Butler."
COULDN'T AFFORD IT.
3Iade Ifoue-jt hy Rnsiness Prinei-
plex. A DrussiHt Tells the
"Now, my friend, let's be perfectly irank
and candid about this little matter," the
druggist said, placing both elbows on his pla
ted show-case and looking his customer fairly
in tho eye. You have a lame back and want
a plaster to put on it. You don't know me.
and, judging of human nature as it run3 in
buine5", you are afraid I'll humbug you in
some way. You may think it an odd state
ment, but I can't afford to cheat you. Even
it did I haven't the means.
-That's enrieus. (Oh, my back! I'll tako
a chair I guess.) Don't you keep plasters?"
"Oh, ye, ono or two kinds. Onco I bad
shelves full of them every sort that wcro ev
er indented to sull the ignorant and make
money for imitators. But I sifted 'em out
one by one. and now sell
blnson's CAecwK rocous plasters
principally. They always give satisfaction,
and in the end it pays mo to sell them in
preference to all others."
"Haven't you Allcock's?
"Yes. but my customers and myself prefer
Benson's Pajicino which are quick as olec
tricity, saio as Government bonds and suro as
the law of gravitation. Tho doctors order
them, and what is moro to the point. I have
3 never heard a word of complaint from any
one who has u-ed them. Yon can go else
where if your back will boar you out in the
operation and get another nnd a cheaper
"Don't talk to mo about tho money," broke
in the conifort-eekim: stringer, with some
heat. "U'hct'r ten or fifteen cents to getting
rid of this confounded oh, Lordy! this pain
Hzil la uenos? Lot mo have ono of Benson's
Capcine. That's tho real a tide, is it? with
the word CAPCfXU cut in tho body of the
"You'll be around in a week, straight and
stros'g," added the diplomatic druggist,
threirinc: tho monoy in his cash drawer.
LECTUO VOLTAIC BELT, and other Electric
1 Amuses. We trill send on Thirty DaTs
THtl. TO MEN, YOUNG OU OLD. Trho aro sofferinj;
from Seutovs DcnruTT, Lost Vitautt. and those
diseases of a ITssovai. Nattok resnltlnjr from
ABtra and OrnK Causes. Speedy relief &ad com
p'.cte restoration to Health. Vioor and Makhood
Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Hica
Stop That Horse!
USE THE PATENT SHOE.
HAS JUST RECEIVED A PATENT
Horseshoe from the Patent Office, for
the purpose of preventing all classes of hors
es from slipping on plank, or steep roads.
Horses short with this shoe WILL NOT
SLIP. A trial will convince anyone.
I keep Two Firf-clas Shoers In
ray shop. Try the XEW SHOE.
c&Corn8 and Contracted Hoof cure
Xo satisfaction no pay.
Mgajuj.i nag gaBE 11 'icjrr.
roK KVKKl- TOU3I OT
PIMPLES TO SCROFULA
... Si teLu -tr nnfl mnnri nf
tftWnir -i.l!r Pimriltr fYmriAr PrtTni-fwl
icrofutoy. Inherited aud Contagious Humors
Uloou foisons uicers, a oscesses ana anian
tile Kin tortures, the cuticcra Remedies
utlc;ir:i Ke-nltctit. the new Blood Puri
fier, i'iure'1 and Apersent, expels disease
verm from the blood and 1 ersDiration, and
thui reaiovo? the cci-c. Ccticcea. tho uroat
Skin Cure instantly allays Itching and Infla
tnction. clear? the Skin and Scalp, heals Ul
cers and Sores, restores the Complexion. Uc
TtrcKA Sove. an exquisite Skin Beautifier and
Toilet licquisite. is indispensable in treating
skin dienes. and forrougb.chappedor.rcasy
skin, blackheads, blotches andimby humors.
CUTicUit rtj-jiFDi.:-" are tho only infellble
blood purifier and kin beautifkrs.
Cl:n- llonstilun. F.-q.. lawyer. 29 State
stree . Br. -to . tepo ts acaso of Salt Khoum
under hi- observation for ten years, whioh
covered tho pationt's bod and limbs, and to
which al knuwn methods of treatment had
been auphed without bonenc. wnich wuj cured
olfly by tho Cuticuiu IUuediis, leaving a
lean and healthy skin.
.llr.aml llr. Kerctr Steliblns, Bolch
ertown. Mass., write : Tjur li tlo boy was ter
ribl afflicted with Scrofula. Salt Bhoum and
LrLiiiclas over since he was bo n.and noth
ing we could cive him helped him unH wo
tried Ciriecm Kuifdiks, which frad-ially
cared him, until ho is nowas fair as any child.
11. i:. 'arnrnter. Henderson. X. ., cured
of 1 soriasis or Leprosy, of twenty year's
standing, bv Hi Tinrp.v KniUDIkS. 'lho most
winder ul cure on record. A dustpan full of
scales fell from him daily. Physicians and
his friends thought ho must die. Cure sworn
to beforo a justice of tho peace and nondcr
son's most prominent citizens.
Sold bv all druggists. Ccticuka.50 rents :
BK.-OLVKNT.Sl : SOAP. 23 rents. POTTEB
Okuo axi Chkmical Co. Boston
cnil ror"Ho- to Cnre Skin Diseases"
iTTmTTKA SOAP. Absolutely
J kj JL jLpure,highl medicinal, indorsed
bv phvsidahs. preferred by the elite. Sales
18S1 and tss:, l.ooO.ooo cakes, sold everywhere
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE,
Head Colds, Watery Discharges from tho
Xoseand oyes. RingincXoises in the Head,
Xorvouslleadiicho and Fever instantly re
lieved. Choking mucus di logod, membrano cleans
ed and healed, breath sweetened, smell, taste
and hearing restored, and ravages checked.
Couzh, Bronchitis, Droppings into tho
Throat. Pains in the Chest. Dyspepsin, Wan
ing of strength and rlesh. Loss of bleep, etc.
One bottlo Radical Cure, ono box Catarrhal
Solvent and one Dr, SnnfordM Inhaler, in ono
package, of all druggists, for SL Ask for Sax
Furd'.s Radical Cuuk. a pure distillation of
Witch Hazel. Am. Pine. Ca. Fir, Marigold,
Clover Blossoms, etc. Pottke Drug asd Chem
ical Co . Boston.
For the relief and preven
tion, the Instant It U ap
plied, of Uheumatism.Neu
ralgia. Sciatica. Coughs,
CoMp. Weak Back' Stomach
and Bowels. Shooting Pains,
l'alpitition. Dyspepsia, Liv
er Complaint, BiliousFever.
Malaria and Epidemics. use
Collin' llustcrs(an Elec
tric Kattery combined
with a Porous Plnstcrjand
laush at pain. 25c ererywhere.
BUY THE BEST!
Salmon If et Threads
Wood berry, and Needle Brands,
COM Ai8 LEAD LINES.
Fish Pound. Seine, and 3etH
Imported to Order. A
AND FISH HOOKS.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
517 and 519, MARKET STREET
r"Agents for the Pacific Coast,
X. W. CASE,
- - OREGON
. .OFFICE HOURS:
FROM 9 O'CLOCK A. M. UNTIL 8
O'CLOCK P. M.
LIVERPOOL AND LOON AND
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCAN
TILE OF LONDON AND
OLD CONNECTICUT OF HART
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
FLEE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Representing a capital of 907.000,000.
A. VAN DUSEN. Agent.
J. H. D. GRAY.
Wholesale and retail dealer In.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND, AND CEMENT.
General storage and Wharfage oh reason
able terms. Foot of Becton street. Astoria
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Union India Eubber Co's
Pure Para Gum
BEWAEK OF IMITATIONS 1
Be sure the Boots are stamped CRACK
PROOF on the heels, and have the PORE
QUM SPRINGS on the foot and Instep,
which prevent their cracking or breaking.
We are now making them with RUBBER
AND ASBESTOS itoles which will make
them last more than twice as long as any
Eubber boots made.
FOB SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
ALL KINDS RUBBER BELTING, PACK
ING, HOSE. SPRINGS. CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES, Etc
R. H. PEASE. Jr. i Agents,
S. M.RUNYON. i San Eranclsco.
Shiloh's Cube will immediately
relieve Croup, whooping cough ana
Bronchitis. Sold by W. Dement.
TAMES AST) CDRBBH&
Manufacturers and Importers of
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TJest cash 50 JWfi