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WTDNEDAY FEBRUARY 6. 18P4
PORT OF ASTORIA.
RhAD i-OH SUA.
Indiana. Am up. Qneenstown Fob i
VESSEL IN TIIK RIVKR.
Oliv S.Southard. Amsp ltWabinirton, Am sp
BM Cross. Am si
rtlii E Urlmct, Am
Bersrtckbi. Br tv
fole of Erin, Br sp
Mroxa. Am sp
Martha FifthC, "
Jea fd-jg. Amap
Chas. '"otesworih, Br bk
PKSSJiLS u TBK WA r.
From Foreljm Prtt. for ikf
AberstwJtb Castle. Br sp 10G5 Liverpool Sept ij
Citr of Carlisle, Br bk Greenock Aug 14
KsWale. Br bk Lirrpool July 26
lt&ta, Br bV Liverpool Dec S
Jorealf arer. Nor Uc Liverpool Not U
KcTlTBrd&le, Br bk 1181 KhW
Xorseman. Br bk Liverpool Dec 3
Hirer Indus, Br ao 2fnwcatle Not 80
gtagboand. Br bk 'CI Wiliningtoa
SUbta. Br bk. 11C7 London Dec 0
Tj-tbonas. Br bk Lonioa Deci
From American Pert.
AUmpdtt Am sp K V Jan 15
Belle of Orescm, Am bk 1163 New York
S. B. Mead, Am htlM.VY Sept 6
TIOETABLE FOB AHTOBIA.
MIUU WATKB. I LOW WATKB.
First Second. First. Second.
i 121 ; 2 2 13 2S
a jjfj if 1 .2P 3 if
a, a, , J&.
1 333a fj'4 3 43p7T. 10 OCa 10 10 U3p 0 7
2 4 0. H-i 4 4b (!7 10 04 1)6 10 13 13
a 4 47 8t) 5 K iC-2 11 52 0t1130 20
4 6 44 77 7 12 58 - -- 0 5U 0 4
5 C 52 7'G 6 3. 57 o 32 2'u 2 J2 O'J
0 8 01 7'.t 9 50 19 143 3-0 3 2S 01
7 9 U7 7-8 10 5JJ 6 2 3 M 31 4 41 -01
8 10 II S-l Jl b-p CSJ 4 07 3'0 5 V, 1-03
9 11 18 S-3 - - I-- C 17 2 7 C 39 -O'S
10 0 4b 7-3 ll.Via 6"5 6 18 2'4 7 22 -OH
11 1 2G I'd U4p8-ij 7 11 2-0 8 00 -0.C
12 2 01 8-2 1 2j 8-4 7 -55 1"6 8 31 -0'4
Id 2 31 8'0 2I S'l 8 37 12 8 5'J -01
14 2 55 b-7 2 :) 7.7 ! IC OK !) 21 U
10 18 " 3 3S 7-2 9 .rS 0' . 9 47 09
lb 3 41 k-o 4 30 G-7 10 4C 04 10 15 1T
17 4 10 8' J 5 16 OS 1132i O'.t 10 51 21
1 3 02 8-0 6 27 51 0 27y 0-2 1141 26
19 5 oC 7'7 7 27 .'8 - - - - 1 I'O 0 2
20 0 53 75 8 30 5"8 0 38a 29 2 14 0"2
21 7 ."i2 ': H 31 CO 1 43 3-0 3 H 01
22 8.M 7CI0: C-4 2 4G 30 4 12 0 0
23 9 49 78)11 S.lpji'U 3 51 2"9 5 15 l-0"2
24 10 44 81 -- -- 4 5 27 6 11 -04
25 0 1m 7.iU'7a8 3 5 51 23 6 57 -05
20 0 57 8-0l 0 2Si8'4 6 5G l'b 7 33 -0 5
27J 1 8-4 I 13 1831 7 4i ' 121 8 02 -03
28 2 02 8-7 I .- 17 91 8 29 0 8 33 01
29 2 30fl 8b 2-it7l7o 9 Ua 0-. 9 Oip 0 (i
Thf hours iei en mid uhl ami noon an
designated by a (a. m.). those between noon
and midnight by p i m ). oh. oh a denotes
midnight. i)k w)w. r denotes noon.
Th height is rrckom-d from the level of
avemge low er low .il?rs to which the sound
inis ar given on the as "survey charts.
TUS KAT CHAEtftRS.
Following is th srhedu'e of prices for
towag n and out over theC-olunibla Bar :
For vc-els uot - lti:ird .Outward.
exceeding Loaded. Ballast,
800 Ui 1(00 Urns... 00
1000 to 1200 tons.
12H) t" 1400 t'in...
:4"Jlo loti Ut-.
Columbia River Exports.
2 Tn Qiiecnxtnum per OaJavarttu
"Vvlieat, 09,070 bu .
4 To Qiiunrfnwfi per Oban Bay.
Wheat, 57.913 bus
9 To Queejtetoivn jnr AvQcrona.
Flour. i0,14 bbls $102,57O
10 7V QutcnsUttcn per Ladxbxk.
Flour. .11 bbls $00,000
It To Quecnxtoum per Bargany.
".Vhe'it. C5.9-U bus $W 418
18 To Liverpool per City vf Madrid.
Flour. 20,406 bbK 81023
IS To Quccmlnwn jkt Mtrrayghtre.
"Wheat. 81.531 bus 85.ro0
19 To Qtteciituwii yer Star of Erin.
Flour, 16.U19 libLs . 58?,lW
22 To Qu6cntown per Sarah Bell.
.Flour, 14,006 bbls 69,062
31 To Qtxamtown per Sovereign of Vie Seas
Whoat. 76,180 bus $74w
4 To Qvuzenituum per Tndlana.
Wheat, 70.091 bus 77,005'
AHtoria Retail Market.
Flour per sack $1.50.
Wheat, per cental $200223.
Bacon, sides per lb, 14 to 18 cts.
Shouldors, 4 12X15 cts.
Hams, 1620 cts.
Lard, u 16 cts.
Beef, 1220 cts.
Mutton, 12K10 cts.
Tork, 12K15 cts.
Veal, 1518 cts.
Butter, per roll 75 to 90 cts.
Ejtes, per dozen 35-LJ cts.
Potatoes, per ft l$f to 1 cts.
Apples, Kreeti. pt-r iox Sl-50. to S2.00
Cueese, per ft 2025 to 40 cts.
uornuieai, per n 4 cts.
Oatmeal, - ticts.
Beans, 4 cts.
Coffee, - 12K40ctb.
Tea, i 4090 cts.
Bice, 8 10 cts.
Sugar, io 14 cts.
jvrup, per gallon 75c SL
Honej, per gallon 1.50.
Onions, per ft 23 ctJ.
Apples dried per ft 1218 cts.
Peaches " " 12 18 cts.
Plums. u " 12J16cts.
Candles, per ft 20 cts.
Chickens, per dozen $6.
Hay, per ton $25.
Bides, per ft G 9 cts.
Oils, per gallon, boiled linseed, 75c;
raw linseed. 70c; coal oil, 40c; lard $1.25.
The receipts of certain articles of Or
eeon Droduee at San Francisco, from
January 1, 1884. to January 23, inclu
sive, have been as follews:
Flour, qr sks 12 596
Wheat, ctls 9,531
Oats, ctls .
Salmon, bbls . .......
CS ....M ... .. 579
. pkgs ......
Api.les, lUpe. bxs
Butter. pkg .... ,.....
Potatoes. sks................. ....
Wool, bales..... .... ...... 83
Hides. No 1.267
Tallow, nkgs ... ....... 534
Beef, libls.4.. ,.
Oaicksi'.vcr. flasks. ....... ,.
ratt, Dried, pkgs ...
JLemher. pkgs ............... 32
Mops, bales......... .
flsms, pkgs .... 1
Cheese, cs........... . .
Flaxseed, sks... .. . .
Corn. ctls......... .
Canned Goods, cs....
Lard, pkgs .....-. -.
Jacon. ?.,... ...,iu.iii.i..i . ..
Temple Lod,-Mo. 7A.F.A.M.
REGULAR COMMUNICATIONS a
firt and third Tnesdas in eachVV
month, at 7" o'clock, r. m., at the r
Hal in A-tona. Members of the order in
good standing are invited to attend
By order or the W. M.
Beaver Lodge No 36. 1. O. O. P.
REGULAR MEETING EV
ery rhursday evening at
iiui-p;im sev n ocick. at me affli
Umge room In Odd hollows Hall
Astoria. Sojourning member of the order
Ii Rond standing, cordially Invited to attend.
By order N. G.
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O. F.
RKGULARMrEIINGSOF OCEAN En
campment No. 13. I. O. O. F., at the
Lodge, in .the Odd Fellows Building, at
seven ?.aL, on the secoud and fourth
Mondays of eaexi month. Sojourning breth
len cordially invited.
By order C P.
Seaside LodffeNo. 12, A. O. "0. W.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W. v.lll be held
hi Pythian Hall on Fiidny evening of each
W6pk. at 1 o'clock p. M. Members of the
order in good standing, and visiting Broth
ers are inruea. to attend- Library vvui oe
open fifteen minutes before and after each
meeting. By order M. W.
C. BROWN, Etc
Astoria Lodge No. 40. L O. Q.I.
REGULAR MEETING EVEHYTUESDAY
evening at 7 o'clock, at Pythian Hull.
Astoria Members of the Order, in good
stauolng. ate Invited to attend. Degree
meeting nrst Monday oi eaen inontu.
By order W. C. T.
American Legion of Honor.
REGULAK MEETING OF ASTORIA
Council No 995' Ls held on the first and
third Tuesday of each month, at 7 o'clock p.
at. By order of the Council Commander.
X. V. MONTEITH, Sec'ty.
Cuahine Post No. 14. Q. A. E.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS POST
onjthe second and fourth Tuesdays of
each month at 730 P. at. visiung com
rades cordially invited.. By order
Pacific Lodge No. 17. K of P.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS
Ijodge every Friday nenlng, at 7:30
o'clock, in their Castle HalL Soloumlui;
JBInights'cordlAlly invited to tten .
ur.u. r. wajuiLtc,
K. of E. and S.
Aetor Lodge No. 6 K.ofP.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS
Lodge everv Weliie.sd;ij evt-ning, at
7 -30 o'clock, at their lodge room. In Pythian
Ca-tle. soloumuig Kniuts rordiaiiv invit
ed to attend.
V?. I ROBB.
K. of R. and S.
REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND
fourth Tuesday e nlngs of acli month
at 7J4 o'clock.
ffPeronsdelilngto have matters actwi
iijmn by the Counci . at any regular meet
ing must present the same to the Auditor
aud Clerk, on or before the Friday evening
prior to the Tuesday on which the Council
holds Its regular meeting.
Auditor and Clerk.
Gbace CnOKfii Holy comniuninn
first Sunday of every month. Sunday
services at 11 a. it., and 7 v. m. Wednes
day evening service at 7 oclock. Kev.
M. D. WiLsoii. IUKitor.
Fikst I'KKsnVTEitiAN CntJKCU Ser
vices at 11 a M. and 7 r. m. Wednes
day evening praver meeting at 7
o'clock. Jtev. J. V. Milligan, Pastor.
CoNCitEGATioXA i. CuuBCU Senices
at 11 a. m. and 7 r. M. Kev. aanri
Roman Catholic Church Services
at 100 A. M. Itev. L..Dielman, Pastor
M. L. Church Service" at 11 a. m.
and 7 p. m. Lectun- and Prayer Meet
ing, Wednesday, at 7 p. m. Rev. Wni,
Baptist Church. Services each
Lord's Dav at 11 A. M- aud 7 p. m
Prayer Meeting on Wednesday, at 7
p. m. Kev. ii. &. McLaiterty. pastor.
ASTORIA FIRE DEPARTMENT.
F. P. HICKS Chief Engineer.
A. A. CLEVELAND 1st AKSt. Engineer.
J. G. CHARTERS 2d Asst. Engineer.
BOARD OF DELEGATES. Regularmeet
lug fourth M nday in each mouth, at 7 -30
l. 21. at Hall or l.'escue Nj.2.
Okficees. C. W. Fulton, President ; B. S.
Worsley. Secretary ; F. L. Parker, Treasurer.
DklboatUs. C. J. Trenchard, P. Grant,
If. O. Stone, of Astoria Engine Co. No. 1. C.
V. Fulton. C. 1L Stockton, B. S. Worstej, of
Rescue Engine Co. No. 2. F. J. Taylor. E.
D. Curtis, J. E. Thomas, of Alert Hook and
Ladder Co. No. 1.
.ASTORL4 EXGIXE Ciy.VPAT A'0. 1
Regular meeting first Monday in each
Officers. -V. J. Curtis, President. L. E.
seug, secretary, win. bock. Treasurer, i
I. Wheeler. Foreman. N. Wilson, 1st Asst
Foreman. P. Grant. 2d Asst. Foreman, Jas.
RESCUE EXGIXE COMPANY NO. 2.
Regular meeting first Monday in each
Officers. C W. Fulton, President, B. S.
Worsley, Secretary, F. L. Parker, Trea-urer.
J. W. Surpieaaut Foreman, C It Mocktou,
1st Asst. Foremaii. J. W. Hare. 2d Asst.
Foreman, Charleton Fox. Engineer.
ALERT HOJK A ND LADDER CO. NO. I.
Regular meeting, second Monday In
Officers. J. O. Bozorth, President. C.
Brown. Secretar , Jav Tuttle. Treasurer. F.
H. Elberson. Foreman, C. P. MofOt. 1st
.Vsst. Fereman: F.T.Jordan. 2d Asst. Fore
man. PfiBMAMA BKKK HALL
tttJTTLE BEER DEPOT.
CbfCCAm STEKKT AiTOBli.
IVw BfM Layer ,1 Cts, a Glass
Orders for the
Celebrated Coliia Brewery
Lett ai u& plaos wiu in- promptly atteod
d to. t
STNo chaap -8a Francisco Beer sold at
The London Fisheries Exhibition
HAVE AWARDED THE
The Baroonr Brothers Company
PLAI NET THREADS.
STATE AND COUNTY TAXES A RE NOW
due and payable at my olfice. - . .
IS THE TIME
t'l at tbis foafon wh n tho bl od ami ei
A..:.:nH . fMlnt n 1 tmnnniiiii f nnl
Bi'liatlUU AID IUIIUQU " " iu'Mi.iv ....
Disnguiiug llumo r, lluuiilit vs nptiun.
It bin T.-iturcx, Sait hhouui orhczema fo
riaFi. Tottor. liinjcwo m. Baby Humor.
Scrofula, .irofulius Sore?, Aba cfsos and
ifebarsing i ourd. an I every iooie f
Itchicp, sly and imply I'ifo s of tin
kin and Sca'p are rno?t Fpocdily and eco
notnically cun d bv the Cutiluei H.mkihi.
IT IS A FACT.
Hundred of letter in our po'0Fln 'cop
pies of which mav bo bod bv return inaili re
our authiity for the. ass nion tunt Skin.
Scalp ai d Blood Humors, whether Scrofulous
Inherited or Contagious, may NOW be per
manently cured by CCTicra P.esolvest. the
new Blood" Purifier. Diuretic and Aperient,
internally, aud Cuticcba and Ccticie So u.
the great akin Cures and Beaitifiers, exter
nally, in one half the time and at one half
the expense cf any other season.
GREATEST ON EARTH.
Cuticcka Remedies are the greatest medi
cines on ea th. Had the trorst caFe Salt
Kheomin tha county. My mother had it
twenty years, and in tact died from i.. 1 be
lieve Ccticcba would have saved ber life.
Mr arm;, breast and heip were covered for
three years, whica nothing re.ievod or cured
until I usd the CcncuEA Rsolvfvt inter
sally, and ccticcba and Cuticcha Soap ex
ternally. J. W.ADAMS, Newark, 0.
GREAT BLOOD MEDICINES.
The halfhas not beon told as to the great
curative powers o he Cltiouea iiiukoiks. j
have paid hunareds cf dollars for medicinef
to cure di eases of the blood and skin, and
never found anythin; yet io equal the Cuti
ctJBA.RiaiKDUS. CHAS. A. t 1LL1AMS.
Providence, R. L
CURE IN EVER Y'CASE.
Your Cuticcba Rrucoirs outsell all other
medicine-) I keep for skin disease-. My cus
tomers and patients Fay that they have tff ct
ed a cure in ere y instance, where other rom
edies have failed.
U. W. BR0CWAY, M. D.
Franklin Falls. N.H.
Sold by alldrugcists. Price: CcTicuEA,60cts
KhwLVK-vT, SI Soap. 25 cents. PoiTke
Decq Alrn Chemical Co., Boston, Moss,
Send for "How to Carr Skla DUennes.'
TJTT1 A IT'I'V Pr Hough, Chapped a d
DLXlUlI Greasy Sn. Blacktiead
Pimples, ."kin Blemishes, and Inf.mtile Hu
mors, use Cuticcra Soap, a real Beautifier
COMPLETE TREATMEMT $1
A tinple doe of Manfnrd'H Kad'ral
Care instantly relieve? the most iolent
Sneezing or HeadCo'd. Clears the Hrad as by
magic, stops watery discharges from the Xoe
and Eye", prevents Kinging Noises in tin
Head, cures Nervous Headacho. and Subdue
Chills and Fcrer. In Chronic Catarrh it
cleanses iho nasal pasages of foul mucus, re
stores the sense of smell, taste, and hcarin
when affected, frees the head, throat, and
bronohial tubes of oflensive matter, swoeten
and purifies the bteath, rtops tho cough and
arrets the progress of Catarrh towards Con
sumption, one bottle Radical Core, one box Catarrhal
Solvent and Sanford'a Inhalor. all in one
package, of all druggists for SI, Ask for S.v.n
toeo's Radical Cukk. Pottkk Dkvo ani.
Chem, Co,, BosTo.t,
aI I IMn For the relief and preven-Vvli-i-llYO'
tion, iheiiiKiant it 1 i
. VOLTAIC pi led, of I heumatisru.Neu-
irZZftS l'alpitation.Dyppep''ia, l.iv-
x VoO er Complaint, BiliousFever.
Syfii ;y Malaria and Epidemics, use
f i r'cTPJ cn ,oIHb Piasl ent(an Elec-
.' '"i1 c lr,c Ballery combined
rt A JTES with & Por'iH"' Pliislerland
" laugh at pain. 23c ererjrwhere.
BUY THE BEST !
Salmon Net Threads
Woodberry, and Needle Brands,
CORK Mi) ye LINES,
VWa .PoandH, WeineM, and &'e
Imported to Order. A
Large Stoctof NettiBE.FishLlBes
AND FISH HOOKS.
CONSTANTLY ON HANLV
HENRY DOYLE & CO..
517 and 51, MARKET STREET
jSETAgents for the Pacific CoasL
BANKING AND INSURANCE
X. W. CASE.
ASTUKlA. - - . OREGON
, b'ROM 9 O'CLOCK A. M. UNTIL 3
O'CLOCK P. M.
LIVERPOOL AND LOVON AND
NORTH BRITISH AND MKHCAN
TILE OF LONDON AND
OLD CONNECTICUT OF HART
COMMERCIAL OP CALIFORNIA
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Kvpreceatiajr a capital of M7.Qee.eM.
X. TAN DU8EN. Awnx.
0, Tell Me Where Is Fancy Bre(a)d !
WHY, AT THE
Astoria Bakery & Confectionery
Not only SUPERIOR BREAD AND
CAKES AND PASTRY in great variety, but
THE LARGEST STOCK OF CANDIES
' IK T0WM.
Weddlggg and parties supplied with the
most elaborate ornamental work on the
shortest notice and on reasonable terms.
,ThIs is the most complete establishment In
One View of It.
"Come here, my dear boy," said a
friend from Soap "creek to the writor,
"I have lived in Oregon a great many
years, and I know something about
Webfeet, as well as the natives, and I
want to give ypu my opinion about
those skulls and bones which Dr.
Hill has at his office. It is all very
well to tell of their belonging to a
race of giants of white faces with
fine hair and toothaches, but, my son,
L know better. Listen to a strange
tale. Between a hundred and fifty
and two hundred years ago, a junk of
Chinese was ship-wrecked off Yaquina
bay, but all reached land in safety,
only to find themselves in the hands
of a fierce and savage raee of Indians
whose slaves they were made. At
that time pigtails were not worn bv
the Celestials. These slaves of
rat eaters died as other
people die, and their bones,
map and wife together, were always
buiried in mounds. These bones
found by Dr. Hill are simply the
bones of some of these Celestials.
That accounts for the fine black hair
the decayed teeth, etc. They were
bnried by the Indians and put in the
mounds as a symbol of their servi
tude. The copper beads were worn
by them at the command of the In
dians. These are true facts, and this
accounts for the natural animosity
between the Chinese and the Indians
at the present day, many of whom are
acquainted with these traditions. I
give you these ideas in order that
your readers may have the version of
a western WebfooL Albany Demo
crat. Norwegian Farming.
Farming in the Norwegian valleys
presents some unique aspects. Grain,
potatoes and turnips, grow in little
patches. Meadow hay is carefully
cut and cured on rods or ropes sup
ported on tall poles. Every corner on
which grass will grow is utilized for
hay, even the little nooks among the
crags, from which it is lowered to the
valleys by means of ropes or wires,
that nothing may be lost The Scan
dinavian cows are of a peculiar na
tional breed, and not only they, but
goats, and even ewes, contribute to
the cheese vats. Horses are seldom
larger than mere ponies. These little
animals do all the farm work, for in
Norway oxen are employed for til
lage. Norway is sparsely settled.
Emigration is taking away its more
ambitious sons and daughters. But
its people are intensely patriotic, and
their land contains much to delight
Mr. Beecher's Substitute for Hell.
"Mr. Beecher, when the dogma of a
hell is knocked in tho head, how are
you to appeal to men in such a way
as to lift them out of their boots?".
"Preach retribution," answered the
great thinker, in a very emphatic
manner. "No intelligent person be
lieves in a literal burning hell, but
when men come to learn that their
sins will find them out and that there
is no chance of escaping the punish
ment for wrong-doing, you have got a
moral lever that will control the vio
lences of human nature and send it
on through the ages of eternity in the
right direction." Interview in Gal
FRANK AND CLEAR.
Havine Admitted the Strensth Of
tho Evidence a Promlaent Phy
sician takes Lexical Acti-.n.
The following Iottor tells its own story. Tho
sisnaturo will be recognized as that of the
l'hyicinn-In-Chiefof the De Quincy Home,
and author of "Drugs That Enslavo," "The
Hypodermic Injection of Morphine," A Man
ual of Xursin;," and many othor popular and
valuablo special medical werks:
191 West Tksth Stbkkt,
Sr.w Yobk, Aurjust 11. 1SS0.I
Mrssts. Sl-alury & Jouxsov,
Gentlemen; Liko most of my profesjion, I
am cautious about pinning my fai h to any
now medicino or curative agent. ,But your
BENSON'S CAPCINE l'OHOUS PLAaTEK.
has broken through the barriers and won its
way to my good opinion. My attention was
first called to it some eight months ago by a
patient of mine Although I was well ac
quainted with the superior excellence of your
other plaster and antisoptic dresing. made
especially for tho profession, the Benson s
was comparatively new to me. I had heard,
howorer, of iti merits as a remody, in case?
of Latno Back, Local Rheumatism, Neural
gia. Congestion of the Bronchial Cubes and
Lungs. Dysnepsia, Torpid Liver and the like
affections, and have sinco begun to ez peri
ment with it personally. I find BEN'SON'S
CAPCINE PLASTER an exceptionally clean
ly plastor to use. and rapid in its action.
Many tests of its qualities, made in my own
family and among my patients havo convinc
ed me that thero is no finglo articlo so valu
able for popular use, nor so helpful in the
diseases I have named.
Should you desiro to do so, you may use my
name to that effect
Very truly yours,
tl. H.KANE, A. M..M.D.
The gonuino have the word CAPCINE cut
in the center. Price 25 cents.
Seabury k Johnson, Chemists, New York.
T7L2CTEO-VOLTAIC BELT and other Etjctbi.
Aj AwxiatCES are sent on su Days Trial Tt
MH ONLY. YOUNG. OR OLD. who are euffei
big from Nebvocs Debujtt. Lost Vmun
Wanna Wruorrssacs, and all those diseases or i
PzasoxAi. NjLTmut, resulting from abuses an
Oraxa Causes, speedy relief and complete
restoration to Heixth. Vioos and SUxhooi
uca-uxtkkd. send at once for Illustrate
Pamphlet free. Address
VOLTAIC BELT CO., Marshall, Mich
4. EL D. GRAY.
Wholesale and retail dealer In.
GROCERIES, aOUR, AH D PEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND, AND CEMENT.
General storage and Wharfage on reason
foot of Becton street. Aitorln
NEAT, CHEAP AND QUICK. BY
Main Sixiiet, opposite N. Loch's.
INE OF THE OLDEST AND K0ST F.ELIABU
r.EHEDIES IN THE W0HLD F0"t
THE CURE OF
Couglis, Colds, Hoarseness.
Sore Tliroat, Bronchitis,
Every affection of tho
THROAT, LUNGS AND CHEST,
A WELL-KNOWN PHYSICIAN WRITES
" It docs not dry up a cough, and leave tie czut
tehiud, as is the case with most preparation:, bid
loosens it, cleanses the lungs and allays irritatioii
thus rmovinB the cause of complaint."
DO NOT ::E DECEIVED by articles beat
ag similar names. Be sure you get
D"t. WISTARS BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY.
vith tie signature of " I. BUTTS on the wrapper
uO Cants and Si. 00 a Bottle.
Prepared by SETH W. FOWLE &. SONS, Bos
ao. Mass. Sold tv dntcgfcw and dealers centra!
General assortment of table stock constantly
on nand. such as
Canned Fruits and Jelly.
Bacon, Hams, Shoulders, Lard
EGGS. BUTTEK, CHEESE.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
PtSH. POULTRY AIiI fiAMK
In the season.
I'lUAILS AUTO TOBACCO.
Best or WINES AND LIQUORS.
All fflwu foi CASH. Goods sold on com
mission. 'ppusif I. W. Case's store.
Slaiv Sfreel, - - Astoria 'tregrrf
BEIiGMAN f: BEMiY
RESPECTFULLY 'JALL THh VTTEiN.
tion of the public to the fact that the
above Market trill always be supplied with a
FULL VA RTETY BEST QUALITY
FRESK AND CURED MEATS!
Which will bo sold at lowest rates, wholesale
and retail. Special attention riven to 'uopb
WHERRY & COMPANY,
Fresh and Cored Meats,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL,
CHE'A3Ii;s Street. AHtoria. On
WYATT & THOMPSON.
FRESH AND CURED KEATS,
Crockery and Glassware.
1MC111 3P,ec3L, IE2to,
OREGON BLOOD POMHt
KIDNEY AND LIVER DISEASES.
And various Female Complaints
induced by Bad and Defective
Circulation of the J3lood.
Price.SI 90 per Bolite. Six f..r $5 ft
fllHIS INSTITUTION. UNDER CARE OF
A the Sisters of Charity, Is now ready foi
the reception of patients.
Private rooms for the accommodation ol
any desiring them.
Patients admitted at all liouis.day or night.
No physician has exclusive right, even
patient Is free to and has the privilege oJ
employing any phjslclan they prefer.
United State Marine
Seamen who pay Hospital Dues, are enti
tled to Free care and attendance at this Hos
pital durlne sickness. Permits must be ob
tained lor United States Marines at the Cus
SlOTRRg OF CHAKIT
SASH AND DOOR FACTORY,
AND PLANING MILL.
A full stock of home manufactured coods
constantly on hand.
Special Attention given to Orders.
All work guaranteed. Your patronage so-
ASTORIA. .... Oregon
Brewery Beer Saloon.
The Best Beer 5 cts & Glass.
Hot Lunch every Day from 10 to 12 A.3C
The best of Liquors and Cigars on hand.
A deservedly popular place ofsoclal resort.
A- m S I 1 lS i I m Iml
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A Journal of and for the People, Devoted
to the Best Interests of the
The largest circulation of any News
paper published on the Columbia River.
The ASTORiAN is controlled by no
clique and recognizes no master but
i The Daily
Is thoroughly Independent, and enjoys
the confidence and support of a large
circle of friends and patrons.
The Astorian concedes to all, the
consistency it claims for itself and labors
for the advancement and prosperity of
the City, County and vicinity.
It is delivered to any part of the city for
I Fifteen Gents
The Daily Astorian is Sent by Mail
One Year, .... $7.00
Six Months, - - - 3.50
One Month, ----- .60
F1SEE OF POSTAGE.
Is issued every Friday Morning. We go
to press at 3 A. M., on morning of pub
lication and give the latest news.
The WEEKLY ASTORIAN is now
in the eleventh year of its publication, and
is universally read, and commended.
People who are not within reach of
a daily mail will consult their own inter
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And they will get THE WEEKLY AS
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"Onion India Rubber Co's
Pure Para Gum
BEWARE OF IinTATIONS I
Be sure the Boots are stamped CRACK
PROOF on the heels, and have the PURE
GUM SPRINGS on the fot and instep,
which prevent their cracking or breaking.
We aie now making them with RUBBER
AND ASBESTOS Soles which will make
them last more than twice as long as any
Rubber boots made.
FOKSALE BY ALL DEALERS.
ALL KINDS RUBBER BELTING. PACK
ING, HOSE.SPRINGS, CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOE". Etc.
COQDYEAR RUBBER CO.
RH. PEASE. Jr. 1 Agents.
8. M. RUNYON. f San ErancIco.
ror lame Back, Side or Chest use
Shlloh's Porous Plaster, Pnca 25 cents.
For sate by W. E. Deme&t
S&ZiZiOSUUT eft Co.
H. 220 WX
Leinenweber & Co.,
TAMERS AM CBEBBEa
Manufacturers and Importers of
A LL KINDS OF
Wholesale Dealers la
OIL AND TALLOW.
r Highest cash pdee paid f JSLiea aa4