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PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
VOL. XXII, NO. 61.
ASTORIA, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1,884.
County SVliool StrpiTinlvmlenf
Ofllce at liuduliet & Co.'s Caiiticij, L'pjier
I FKAAJL IMGt.. 3i. I.
Ofllce opposite Hi" .lolmiiM-n luiilrilug.
ASTORIA - - - OltLGON.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Abstracts f Title a hpwlalty.
1 looms 11 nr.d 12, Kniuhts of Pythian Ca.tle
Building. Tel'iliiic Xo.40,
AttoriwyntMl Counsellor at l.uir
ltoom 12, Odd Tellows BuUdhi.
ASTORIA. ... - Oregon.
OKO. A. UORRIS, GKO. XOIjANII
ISOI.AIVD &. DOKKIS.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office in Kinney's Block. pposlte City
Hall, Astoria, Oregon.
r R. TIIOSXSOIV,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Itoom No. C, over White House,
C. W. FOLTOJf. G. C. FULTON.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Rooms 5 and C. Odd Fellows Building.
T Q.A. KOWJMIV.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Chenamus treet, - - ASiORIA, OREGON
JOSEPH A. GHaJ,.
CO-Onicc with .T. Q A. ISoll.
ASTORIA, --- -
"P C. IIOMK.,
AUCTIONEER, UC FUSION ..n
ARCHITECT AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Scholars received for Course of Draughting
K7-0Jflce over Whito House Store.
I KLO F. PAKRKK.
Clatsop Comity,and City of Awtorlu
Otflce : Cheuamus street, Y. M. C. A. ii;:ll
ltoom No. 8.
r ItKXWOA J1AKTIX, 31. !..
ASTORIA, - - OREGON.
Office Room 12, Odd Fellows Building.
Rksidkxck Hume's building, up stairs.
TAY TUTTfcE, M. 1.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Rooms l, 2, and 3 Pythian Build
Residence On Cedar Street, back of
St. Mary's Hospital.
F P. HICKS. A. It SUAW
IIICKS & SHAW.
Rooms In Allen's Building, up stairs, cor
ner Cass and Squemoqua streets. Astoiin
Bozorth & Johns,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
ASTORIA, ... - Oregon.
Buy aud sell all kinds of Real Estate and
represent the following Eire
Insurance ConpHiiies :
Scottish Union and Na
tional, assets $33,000,000
Phoenix or Hartford " 4X00.000
Home of New York, 7,000,000
Hamburg and Bremen. " 2,000.000
"Western, - 300,i0
Phenix of Brooklyn, " 4,ooo.0oo
Oakland Home, " 300,000
Policies written by us in the Phoenix and
Home and Scottish Union and National at
BANKING AND INSURANCE!
I. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ASTORIA, - OREGON
OFFICE HOURS :
From 9 o'clock A. M. until 3 o'clock P. M.
A General Banking and Exchange Busi
ness transacted. Every facility for promp
and satisfactory business.
Drafts on tho leading cities of the United
States and Europe.
CLATSOP COUNTY BRANCH
Room No. 1, White House building, Astoria
Bills collected in any part of the United
States or Canadas.
Tills association has over5.000 correspond
ents. LANGDON, STICKLES & CO.
OAfifl FOUNDS BVRBOUR'S BEST
iJJJ web, 45-inesh, for sale at allberal
Apply to Astoria Packing Co.
Astoria, Sept. 1st, 1884.
This medicine, combining Iron with pure
vegetable tonics, quickly and completely
Cures Dyipcpsio, InrilKcMion, Wen It n ess.
Impure Blood, 3IaIaria,Cbilla and Fever,
It is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of tbe
KiilncjH nnd Liver.
It is invaluable for Diseases peculiar to
"Women, and all wbo-lcad sedentary lives.
It does not injure the teeth, cause headache.or
produce constipation other Iron medicines do.
It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates
the appetite, aids the assimilation of food, re
lieves Heartburn and Belching, and strength
ens the muscles and nerves.
Tor Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of
Energy, fcc., it has no equal.
v- The genuine has above trade mark and
- rossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other
SaJrouljl) imOtVXUir.JlIClL CO., BILTIMOIIF, KB.
REDIXCTO.V, WOODAKD & CO., Portland, Or.
xTom these sources arise tbreo-fourtha
oftho diseases oftho human race. These
symptoms indicate their existence:
Xiosa of Appetite, Rowels costive,
Kick Headache, fullness after eat
ing, aversion to exertion of body or
mind, Eructation of food, Irritabil
ity of temper, X,ovr spirits, A feeling
of having neglected some duty,Iiz
ziness,FlutteringatthelIcart,Iots beforo the eyes, highly colored
the use ofaremedy that acts ilirectlyon.
the Liver. AsaLivermedicinoTTJTT'S
MJULS have no equal. Their action on
the Kidneys nnd Skin is also prompt;
removing all impurities through theso
three " scavengers of the system,"
producing appetite, sound digestion,
regular stools, a clear skin and a vig
orous body. TDTT'S PltCS cause no
nausea or griping nor Interfere 'with
dally work and aro a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
bold everywhere 25x Omcc44 31urraySt.N Y.
GnATlTAtn nnWHiBimj rJiTnrt in.
stantly to a fiLossr Black by a singlo
application of tills Dtk. Sold by Drug
Vsts.orscnt by express onTccelptorjl.
Offlcc, 44 Murrav Street, New York.
7273 U1XVLL CF VZ2IUU SICSBI3 F30L
Prescriptions carefully compounded
Day or Night
A. V. Allen,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC .
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
SAYS THERE "WILL BE
NO INCREASE OF PRICES
IN niS CHOP HOUSE
AND THAT HE IS DETERMINED TO
maintain his reputation for keeping the
best and cheapest Reaurant In town, even
at a loss to hlmseir, while the (lull times bust.
J. R. D. GRAY.
Wholesale and retail dealer lr.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME. SAND AND CEMENT.
General Storage aud "Wharfage on reason
able terms. Foot of Benton street, Astoria,
B. S. Worsley,
r-Ofllce and "Ware Rooms on Squemoqua
Street, next door to corner of Olney.
Advancements made on Consignments
So Cliarscs for Storajro ef Soed.
- - - - 0
Drugs and Chemicals
, DRUGGIST m
S. 0 IS3
A C5 IgS
PULASKI'S POOR HEIR.
Terrible Lire-Tale of a Russian Claimaut
for American Justice.
A direct descendant ot Geueral Pu
laski, the great revolutionary soldier,
is now in this city, actively engaged
in pushing his- claim to the money
and estates voted to tha Polish gen
eral by the continental congress, and
which Pulaski never lived to enjoy.
Casimir Snflezynski is the name of
the claimant, aud he is Pulaski's
Pulaski was a brigadier general, at
a salary of S6000 a year. He -earned
this for four years, but never drew
it In addition to the money, ho was
granted 800 acres of land, which ho
was allowed to se'ect from a region
not then occupied. The ground which
he chose was in the center of the site
on which the city of Columbus, O.,
now stands. It is probable, however,
that the right of his heirs to this land
has lapsed. It ws never really oc
cupied by tho continental general.
"When he died the sum of $24,000 re
mained to the credit of his heirs in
tho United States treasury.and this,
with interest added, is still on the
books at Washington awaiting the
disposition of congress.
Casimir, the claimant, was born in
Poland, in 1838, his father being the
son of Pulaski's brother. Casimir
was gentlv reared and enjoyed an
income of f25,000 roubles. When tho
revolution of 1862 broke out he aban
boned everything to patriotism and
went with his townsmen to fight
against the tyranny of Russia. In
the second engagement he was cap
tured with 800 comrades and immur
red in a dungeon at Warsaw. He
remained there eight months. At in
tervals during his confinement he
was dragged from his cell and lashed
with the knout until ho became in
sensible. SENr TO SIBERIA.
In the fall of 1863 he was sentenced
with other prisoners to Siberia. Ho
applied for permission to make use
of his horses on the way, but this was
denied him, and he was told that not
only his horses, but all his property
has been confiscated by order of the
ozar. His sister, who was inconsol
able at his misfortune, determined to
accompary him to his destination.
She provided herself with a team but
the wretched Casimir was never al
lowed to make use of it. With his
legs and hands chained ho limped
along on the frozen ground keeping
ss near to his sister as possible. Oc
casionally through the brutality or
the guards he was driven away from
her and did not get thebenofit of her
consolation and encouragement for
woeke Tho journey to Irkulok look
two years and ten days. On the way
the exiles were allowed ten kopeks,
or five cents a day, with which to
provide themselves with food. They
subsisted chiefly on bread and melted
snow. To some extent they were de
pendent on the charity of tho peas
ants of the villages through which
they passed. Casimir fared so well
at their hands that he was frequently
able to save up his allowance for "a
few days and then indulge in some
When the party reached Irkutsk
Casimir's sister was compelled to
turn around and go through the
weary journey back to Poland. Tho
unhappy patriot, however, was oblig
ed to tramp on and on for a thousand
miles more until ho reached a spot,
almost near Alaska, where there
were soft coal mines. He was then
taken 800 yards under ground and
given a pick and shovel. He claims
that for 14 years- he remained in tho
bowels of the earth, and that during
that time he never once saw the sun.
Some of his fellow 'workers were
chained to trucks and forced to do
the labor of beasts of burden. All of
them had their hands and legs fasten
ed together with irons which bent
Starvation and sickness existed in
the mines to a terrible extent, and
one by one the exiles, many of whom
had, like Casimir, been delicately
reared, dropped off. The average du
ration of life was but a few years.
Casimir, however, had a good consti
tution, and stood the hardships in a
way that astonished tho guards.
Sometimes they would discuss the
question as to how many more years
he could endure. According to his
statement the prisoners were ordered
to be shot for the slightest offense.
One man was murdered for asking
for a glass of clean water because ho
was sick and could not drink the
horrible stuff that had been given
EATING THEIB COMRADES.
But the most terrible part of the
story, and one "that adds a new hor
ror to the already long list that can
be made out when one writes of the
Siberian mines, is Casimir's state
ment that the death of a prisoner was
hailed with joy by his comrades.
They feed off the remains. So little
food was doled out by tho officials
that a corpse was torn to-pieces and
devoured almost before it had got
cold. Casimir's stories of Siberian
canibalism make the description of
the consumption of human flesh dur
ing the Greely expedition appear to
be a mere trifle. He declares that
weak men were slaughtered by the
stronger, and that 'their fle3h was
dried or frozen and then stored away
for future use. This was winTrM
by the Russian officials, who saw in
li ino economy or government stores
No heed was paid to the disappear
ance of a crisoner.
Casimir's sister, in a few years de
cided tnat ne was dead. In 1876 ad
vertisements were nnblishfed in nil
the European newspapers, inquiring
for the heirs of General Pulaski
She answered one of the advertise
ments and shortly afterwards came
vu "io wuun;. uxcciuwiuie, ixaius
owiaki. of Washington, an old nnr -re
spected emigrant of the revolution, of
J.OOJ., wuo iiau &nown oi jasimir, saw
some ohancfl nf hia hflinfr nlitro ;
began a correspondence, which re
spited, m ms discovery in the Sibe
rian mine. The secretary of state
then started negotiations .with the
Russian government for the" man's re
lease. In 1877 he was let go, and
then he began a weary ma'rch to
Warsaw, which took him more than
two years. He was bent nearly
double, through being chained, and
V.n limrml nlrn nt. i lif rnfp nf loco
than a mile an hour. It did not take
long to constitute a uaysworK. Alter
presenting his claim at Washington,
Casimere went to live with a Pdlish
friend in Shenandoah. In a few
months, however, the latter left the
city, and the descendant of Pnlaski
was thrown on his own resources. He
could speak no English and nearly
starved. Eighteen mouths later Count
Wodzicki discovered-him earning Iub
living by picking coal. Ho brought
him to Philadelphia, and he is now
living with him at 1501 Sonth Third
The unfortunate exile is a perfect
physical wreck. Although only 46
years of age, his "hair is snowy white
and he looks as if he were eighty.
He is bent almost double through
wearing fetters and his frame trem
bles continually as if he were in palsy.
He speaks with tho utmost dilficulty.
It would take him an hour to walk
four blookB.PhiIadelp7iia Press.
A Domestic ricturc of Arkansas.
A man from the outside world of
realities describes the life of Arkan
sas as follews: Long days of doing
nothing begets little energy. .Little
food is needed, and less-new clothing.
In the fall and winter the crops are
gathered and turned over to tho mer
chant, who holds a mortgages. To
sum up the labor of years: I was on
the place yesterday and found an old
double log-house, so nearly, rotted
dowu that it is propped up all around;
tho windows were without glass, the
door frames were withont doors, the
children could pass out between the
logs in any direction, the lady and a
friend were sitting in the "gallery" a
space between the two cabins, on
splint chairs, contentedly 'dipping"
snuff, while the lord and master, in
dirty, begrimed clothes, sat trader a
tree doing nothing, but'lookinhappy
as the day is long. FencesKtted
down, and lean pigs with "polS&s" on
them, two sorry looking horses' try
ing to pick a living from short;grnss, i
anu mile cuuuren, unit a uoaen or
more, with but a single garmeit on,
were listlessly playing in the "itoide.
The lands, originally poor, witbvbut
two or three inches of soil .ofctthe i
prairies, wero worn out andvban-
Ainprirnns tho fHinnniion (JhnW
Tobacco is chewed to a greaSerex
text in tho United States tha&i ele
wbere; its use in this mannexlScifpt
in this country, being mostly comfined
to sailors, .tuo eirects or cngwingi
are similar to those of smoking. The
loss of fluids from the body, in either
case, by expectoration, may be a cause
of kidney disease, as held by some,
but the evidence on this subject is
very far from being conclusive.
Tobacco lessens- the waste of tho
body and permits a greater amount
of muscular exertion than could be
effected without it. Dr. Hammond's
experiments, published in the North
American lieoiew, some years ago,
directly prove the truth of this asser
tion. fSt. Zoais Qlobe-Democrat.
A Thundering Big One.
A story comes from Highwood, IT.
T., to the effect that during a thunder
storm there a ball of lightning shot
from the clouds with such force that
a great mass of dust was thrown into
the air and the grass set on fire. Tho
ball of fire rolled rapidly over the
ground, scorching and burning every
thing in its path as it tore along,
while tho air was filled with the odor
of burning sulphur. It was finally
stopped by a grovo of trees, into
which it shot with great velocity,
when there was another loud report,
and the ball took another shoot up
ward, disappearing in the clouds
whence it had come.
A Hearty Old Woman.
An old lady in Rhode Island who is
one hundred years of age, brings in
all her own fire-wood and then splits
it to piece.0. Iron is iu the blood,
don't you see? If your blood is thin
and poor, what you need is Brown's
Iron Bitters. This princo of tonics
contains the only preparation of iron
that you can take with safety to the
teeth, stomach, and general health.
Mrs. Chas. Dugan, Zanesville, O.,
says, "I used Brown's Irron Bitters
for general debility and nervousness,
and am now well."
A Unique Partnership Asrecmrnt.
Cornell White, the famous steam
boat man, who died in Brooklyn
week before last, in early life formed
a copartnership with two men named
Hunt and Parmlv. and the three
wero bound by the following unique
We three unite,
Hunt, Parmly and "While,
To build for the good of each givor
A small steamboat
That always will float
O'er the shoals of Shrewsbury river.
Croup, Whooping Cough and Hron
chitis immediately relieved by Shilolfs
Cure. Sold by W. E. Dement.
J. W. RUDDOCK,
Practical Plumbing in All Its
Steam and Gas Fixtures,
A Complete Stock of First-class Material.
All Work Guaranteed.
Office and Shop In Hume's building, rea
of Wheeler & Reed's, Astoria, Oregon.
T. G. RAWLINGS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Tropical, Domestic, Green and Dried
ADTS. CANDIES, DRIED MEATS, ETC.
Fine Cigars and. Tobacco.
Next door'to T. J. Arvolds, Squemoqua St.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache.Toothache,
Bora Throat, Swelling. Sprains, BruUcM,
Barns, Scald. Frot llHe,
iD ALL OTHER BODILY PAIXS A5B ACHES.
Soil by DtojsUu tad Dealer ertrfwhert. FUtr CcaU
bottle. Directions la II Lugutges.
THE ClIARUER A. VOOELEK CO.
gn3eWCTMA.T0qELtKcai BsUlsw, Hi, C. 8. A.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.'
II, B. PARKEK. Prop.,
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON.
rirst Class in all Respects.
FREE COAQI1 TO THE HOUSE.
Fipres Mer Lie !
OF THE CHOP HOUSE
Cm prove by his books that he Is tloinx tho
biggest business of any
In the city, and he will Ruantntee to yive
th best meal lor cash.
CHOP HOUSE. -
Oysters, Ice Cream,
The New Model. Everything First
Cas? Street, rear of Odd-Fellows Building.
Every attention paid my customers, and
the best set before them In flrst-classstyle.
Restaurant and Bakery
Mrs. It. ZUOIEnaiAIf . -
Wishes to announce to her .friend and tho
public generally, that s :e has opened
RESTAURANT AND BAKERY
In the fin new huildins onpnsito tho
O. R. & N. Company's Dock.
Tho Best the Market Affords Cooked to Order.
Oysters in Kvery Mylc.
Sol Gull Jewelry,
Scarf Pins, Chains, Watches,
Of every description.
The finest stock of Jewelry In Astoria.
57AU goods warrantedasrepresented
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.-
G. A. STINSON & CO..
At Capt. Rogers old stand, corner of C&sa
and Court Streets.
Ship and Cannery work, IIorseshoelnK.
Wagons made aud repaired. Good work
Columbia Transportation Company.
THE POPULAR STEAMER
F L E E TW OOO
Which hasTjoen refitted" for the comfort of passengers will leave
Wilson & Fisher's Dock very
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M.
Returning leaves Portland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A.
-An additional trip win oe macs on
at 9 O'clock Saaaay Morning.
for Sound ports.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Best-ton Street, Near Pareeb House,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
BoilerWork, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. osTi:rxrc3-s ,
Of all Descriptions made to Order
at Short Xotice.
A. D. Wass, President.
J. G. Hustlek, Secretary,
I. W. Cask, Treasurer.
3. ARNDT & FEECHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneej Machine Shop
All kinds of -
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing '
. CANNERY DIES,
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
Magnus. C. Crosby
r -Dealer in
HARD! ABE, M, STEEL,
iron Pipe and Fittings,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET LEAF STRIP LEAD
Tlxx AND Copper.
FRANK H. LAIGHTON.
Fruits, Notions, Cigars
Water St. between West 8th
and West Oth,
Tropical and Domestic Fruits per every
steamer. Nuts, Candles, etc at Lalghton's.
Everything Fresh and First-clas3t
Cigars, Tobacco and Notions,
Cor. Squemoqua and Olney streets, Astoria.
Westport aad Astoria
TOUCHING AT KNAPPA.
THE FAVORITE STEAMER
"Which has been thoroughly refitted for the
comfort of Passenger', will run this season
between TVestport and Astoria
As follows :
Leave Wcstport at 7 :30 A.M.
Knappa at 8:30.
Arriving In Astoria at 10 30 A. m.
Leave Astoria at 2 P. M.
Arrive In Westport ate r. ar.
"Will touch at all way landings.
For freight or passage apply on board or
to CAPT. J A3. COX,
M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M
aaaaay er-jsaeh Weefc, leaving Portland
Passengers bj this route connect at Kalama
o. a. buoxr, President
Oregon Railway & Navigation
During the month of September, list, Oceaa
Steamers will sail from Portland to Saa
Francisco, and from San Francisco to Port
land, as follows, leaving Aliuworth. Dock,
Portland, at Midnight, and Spear' Street
nan, san .Francisco, at 10 A. M. :
I From San Francisco.
Oregon .Wed t
tau of Cal....Mon 8
Columbia Sat 13
Oregon .Thar If
-tato of Cal....Tuea "3
Stata of Cal
Stata of Cal
State cf Cal.... Wen 8
ThrOHsrh TicketM sold to all nrlncln&l
cities in the United States, Canada and
Tassenger Trains leave Portland for East
ern points, at 11 :4 A. M. daily.
Pullman Palace Care runnin between Port
KIVEK DITISIO.Y (Middle ColukU).
Boats leave Portland for Dall t 7 :
Leave Port-1 i ,:
land for iMonl Tu. Jwe. Thu.1 Fri. I Sat.
Astoria and I I
lower Co-1 I
lumbia....l6AM 6 AM
Dayton. Or. J7 AM
Salem i i. i
S AM I
.., . , , , f ,
Tacomaand Seattle, daily at. 1:00 PM
Victoria Steamer do not ran Sunday.
Leaves Astoria for Portland at 6 a. in. dally ei
. r ' C.H. PRE3COTT,
A. L. STOKES, Manager.
Gen'l Freight and Pas. Art
E. A. NOYES. Agent Astoria.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
Oregon & California R. R.
3 Hours batween Portland and San Fran
cisco. Only 21 hourV staging.
Fare to Saa Francisco $32 ; to Saenuat 3e
Leave i Portland at 1:30 A. m. dally (except
bunday) : Arrive at San Francisco
6 :40 P.M., third day.
Close connections made at Ashland
witb the Stages of the Oregon and Califor
nia Stago Company;
BelweeR POKTLAXB aad AttMIiAHD'
Portland 7 ZQ A. MlAshland 4M A. M.
Ashland 6:20 p.m Portland 4:25 p. M.
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN.
IRAVR a ttrtrw
Portland 4 rf p. MJLcbanou 9 30 p. M
ioanoni ms a. M. rortiana... 10 :03 A. M
Pullman Pftlf Rlaanlmrfl'li-latiu. Pn-
land Mondays and Thursdays. Returning
ica ca .oauiuuu .mesuays ana rnaays.
The Oreffiin nnrf PnllfnmJn T?al1ivif 1?aw
makes connection with ail Regular Trains
on Eastslde Division, from the foot of F St.
Rfttwepn Portland md VrvtilU
MAIL TBAIX '
Pprtland......9 aTO a. ar.Corvalll 4 J p. m.
Corvallls 8 -.30 a. m. Portland 3 -SO p.m.
Portland 5 :00 p MlMcMlnnville.8 :00 pm
McMlnnvllle5:45 a MtPortland 8 :30 a m
.Local tickets for sale, and baggage checked
at Company's up town ofilce, comer Stark
and Second streets. Tickets to all the prin
cipal points in California, can only be pro
cured and baggage checked, at the Com
Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or.
Freight will not be received for shipment
after 5 o'clock p.m. on either the Eastslde
or Westslde Divisions.
B. P. ROGERS,
llwaco Steam Navigation Go.'s
-WTNIEil SCHEDULE. .
Astoria to Fort Steuens, Fort Canby,
Connecting by stages aud Boats for
Oysterville, Montesano and Olympia
Until further notice the llwaco
Steam Navigation Co:'s steamer
"Will leavo Astoria on
Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays
(Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays being.
uyaieivuiu uuu 'uuiueauuo mau uays.;
at 7 A. M.
Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and llwaco
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Friday
The'steamer will leave Astoria at 9 a.m.,
a3 formerly, not being confined strictly to
schedule time. ,
4 Ob Thursair
A SECOND TRIP will bo made, leaving As
toria three hours after arriving from Ilwac.
Fare to Fort Canby and Hwaco, 91 00
Tickets can be bought at- the office for
ET-Hwaco freight, by the ton. In lota of
one ton or over, 52 per ton,
tFor Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the ofilce of the company, Gray's
wharf, foot of Benton street.
The Str. GLEANER.
$. F. STEVENS,
Will leave Wilson & Fisher's Dock
Every Mo h day, at 9 A. M.
For Deep River and Way Landings, and
v!ry Krirtay, at A,I,
For John Day's River.
livery Saturday, at 9 A. M.
On other days will do general work. A
good SCOW Is run in connection wlih the
steamer.'and Lumber, Wood, etc., promptly
CUNARO STEAMSHIP LINE.
WE BEG LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE X
great reduction in rates over the above
well known line. Parties desiring to go to
Europe, or wishing to send for frieads in
the old country will find it to their advan
tage to purchase tickets over the Cunard
line. Tickets Issued by us good from any
part of Europe to Astoria.
BOZORTH & JOHNS.
ANY PERSON DESIROUS OF SECUltC
ing the scholarships at Eu?em& State
University or Monmouth Ktte Normal
school should apply without delay to tae"
county school superintendent.
OSce at Badellet & Ce.'s, Upper Astoria.