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VOL. XXII, NO. I
PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
ASTORIA, OREGON, SUISDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1884.
l KIKi-s CARDS.
I'oanlj Seliooi jt":ipi'riKiisSi
Ofhtejit B.tdoIIet A. Co. '5 (.'aniKjrj, Lp,ier
IS.-. A. iu :id -J. A. ir:5'S.
Will uie prosnnt sut'Mi'itm 10 all cail
tiotuniiy jujl o! the rityr"OHiitr-
Ofllc-ver A5!in"- Moie. conitT ( ami
Smieinoqiia sln-i!-. AM.iisi. t):'gHJ.
Telephone Jvo. II.
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thyriri:xi swtl ..urjrooii.
Olllce, Cor. Main aid (. i'enamus s!r ft-., j
errici: nouns : to n a. m. ;- u j r. -'i.
Rosidi'iieo. op)xsite tlH'.Ioliasi'-L'ii bulldm;:
attorney at law
Abstracts f Title a speciaiiy.
Booms 11 and 12. Knfcht- of Pythian C.i'tlo
Buildiag. 'IVliImie Si. -tt,
GfcO. A. DOUKIS. oi:o. 201-AM
XOLAa'D & DOKISIS,
ATTORNEYS AT I.AW.
Office In Kinney's Block, iiositc Citv
Hall, Astoiia, Oregon.
C. W. FUI.TOX. O. C FUM OX.
ATTOltNEYS AT LAW.
Rooms 5 and C. Odd Fellows IlttSldltig.
J. Q . A. EO WLTJ V. J. A . O I I.L.
itowLBY & srx,
Attorneya ami Cotux-f liorn :.t liUiv,
Office on Chenamus Stiect, Astoria. Oto,'on.
"P c. iio:.ik.-,
AUCTlONEHt, CtJJ'MI.'-SlON AT-l' I
T. Mi EC 15,
ARCHITECT AXI) URAUO'IITSJIAX.
Scholars recived for Couisc if Dniut'ilinjj
t3i?0filce oer "White Ilotusc Store.
jptKEiO f. imkki::
Clatsop County, anil City of Astoria
Office : Chenamus street, Y. Jl. C. A. hall
Room No. 8.
1 BEXO.V 31AKTIX.3I. !..
Phj hlciaiv anil SiirootJ.
ASTORIA, - - OREGON.
Office Room 12. Odd Fellows Rulldhig.
Residence Munich building, up .stairs.
TAY TUTTliE. 31. I.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Rooms 1, 2, and 3. 1'jthian Ruild
Residf-xck On Cedar Stiect, luck ol
St. Mary's Hospital.
F P. HICKS. A. E. SHAW
HICKS & SHAW.
Rooms In Allen's Building, up staiis. cor
ner Ca-s and Squeniuqiu sliocts. Astoria
BANKING AND iHSURAHGE !
I. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ASTORIA, - O KEG OX.
OFFICE HOURS :
From 9 o'clock A. M. until 3 o'clock 1. M.
A General Banking and Exchange Busi
ness transacted. Even.- facility for promp
and satisfactory business.
Drafts on the leading cities of tho United
States and Europe.
H. D. XEWIIURY.
if hrj k Steras
CITY BOOK STORK,
Have Just received a mammoth stock of
Books. The joung and old, rich mid pooi
can all bo accommodated.
AGENTS FOR THE
Kranicli &. Kach and 3f andsfelcit .
Xotnl I'iannsand Western
Orders for all kinds of Music or Instru
ments will bo promptly fillod.
Should not forget to call at Towne's San
Francisco Gallery, where may be
seen photographs of all the leading men and
women ofO eonand Wash ngt nTeiTitor
Sklllful openitoraIwis in attendance. and
the most minute attention paid to pictuns
or children. Don't forcet the locitlon. S. W.
eorncr First and Slorrlton streets, up stain.
No trouble to show &p-citiu Us to vimioi.
Street railr ads pass the door even.' tfn
minutes, and this 1s the nearest ffollwsf to
sji0 Are pweclpftl htls.
llDlj I! 1 H 6-TKE 1
BEST TONIC. ?
I This medicine, combining Iron with pure
vegetable tonic, quickly and completely
rnrw liNiicpMa, imiiccKliont enl(iiroit
Impure ISloutl, .llalariajClnlUxuid Fc erf,
It is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of tho
ItblnejM niiil I.ivor.
It is iiuuliublc for Discnes peculiar to
"Women, and all Mho lead sedentary lies.
Itdoes not injure the teeth, cause headache.oc
jiroduce connipation oAt Iron mcdicmnido.
It enriches and purifies heblood,stimulates
tho appetite, aid the assimilation of food, re
lieves Heartburn and Iklching, and strength
ens the muscles and nerves.
Tor Intermittent rcvers, iJissitude, Lack of
EnerBy. &c, it has no equal.
J5- TIjc penuine has nlove trado mark anu
rosMjd led lines, on ropjK.r. Take no other
j.dr-.hIiT IU:0.M1IL31ILAL (O BALT1B0KE, SB.
KEIinGTOX, 'tVOODAUDSi CO., Portland, Or.
W iii.rs I-K AOFT.
and MALARIA. -
Trom t heso sources arise three-fourths
ofthoiliseaaesofthc human race. These
symptoms indicate thc.r existence:
Xioss of Appetite, llowels costive,
Elck ircadacltc, fullness nfter eot
t tiS, nvers ton to exertion of body or
i!iiess,Fluttcrlxij;attbeIIcart,Iot8 lictoro the eyi-, lilphly colored
tho use of u i emcily that acts directly on
tho Liver. AsaLivcrineilicmcTDTT'S
1'H.L.S have no cnual. Theiructlonon
tho Khlncys and Skin Is also prompt;
removing all impurities through these
thico fccavcxigcra of the sj stem,"
producing appetite, sound digestion,
reg.il.ir stools, a clear skin and a vig
oroubbody. TCTTiPIJLit.S cause no
nausea or griping nor iuterioro "vrita
dally work ana are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
hold every wnrrc 253. OUire4t .UnrnivSt.N Y.
GnATllAIIlOTl'WnTSirrTfQ 1innrroi1 In.
Btantly toaGmssr Black byasinglo
application of this Dye. Sold by Drug,
dsts.or sent by express on receipt of $1,
OflIce, 44 Murrav Street, New York.
HOT 2IlHJiL 0? UHTIi 2XKff 23 FESS.
Wholesale and Retail.Dealer iu
Glass and FkdQd Ware.
TROI'ICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
SAYS THERE WILT. BE
NO INCREASE OF PRICES
IX HIS CHOI' HOUSE
A ND THAT HE IS DETERMINED TO
ia. maintain hi leputation for keeping the
bistai.d clii'iiHSt lte-taiinmt in town, even
at a loss to himi-lf. while the dull times last.
W. B. SSSEENT & CO.
ASTORTA, - - - OHEC10N
Carry in Stock,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET
I'rccriiilions caipfully Conipottnded
Geo. P. Wheeler & Co.
ReprcsfMitine the follow Ing fint-class For
elyn aud Home c 'inpaules :
I jinc Ichiro, assets. $sc 000.000
South BritMi and National, " IW.Ooit.ioo
Firtinms Fun". ' 1100,000
Union, Fire and Marino " l.OOO.OOo
state. (dv.ellingN(inh) ' PO.ouo
AndHie old and lettable Travelers Life
and Accidciit In umnce Co. of Hartfonl,
Conn. Deposited in Oregon, 400,000 for the
security of Fohcv holders.
Personal Attention jriren to all business,
aim Aausi&cuoa uuarsnieea in every in
Office In Uunst's Kw BoilcUtuj, Ato-
THE CURIOUS NINE.
A Figure "Which Scemi to Have Been a
Lucky Presidential Number
Tho figure 9 seems in this, the year
1583, to be the lucky presidential
number. Cleveland has 9 letters and
Hendricks has 9. Grover and Thomas
have each 6, which are only 9s turned
upside down. Now for the 9s: Nine
times 9 are 81, and 8 and 1 are 9; 9
and 9 are 18 and 1 and 8 are
9. Take Grover with six letters and
Thomas with G letters, and G times G
are 3G, and 3 and G are 9. Grover
has G letters and Cleveland 9, and 9
times G aro 54, and 5 and 4 are 9.
Thomas has G letters and Hendricks
has 9, and 6 times 9 are 54, and 5 and
4 aro 9. Grover has G lcttcra and
Cleveland 9. and 9 times 6 are 54:
Thomas has 6 letters and Hendricks
9, and G times 9 are 54, and 54 and 54
are 103, and 1 and 03 aro 9. Cleveland
9 multiplied by Hendricks 9 makes
81, and 8 and 1 are 9, and vice versa
makes IS, with 8 and 1 are 9. and 81
and 81 added make 162, and again 9
comes from 1 and G and 2 added to
gether. Thomas and Grover each
have b letters, and b times b are de:
Cleveland and Henricks each have
9, and 9 times 9 are 81, and oither
Grover Cleveland or Thomas Hen
dricks has G and 9, and 9 times 6 aro
54; now add 36, 81 and 54, and you
have 171; and again you nave y from
1 and 7 and L Now multiply Thomas
and Grover, G each, together, and you
have 36; and multiply Cleveland and
Hendricks, 9 and 9 together, and you
have 81, and the two, 36 and 81, add
ed, give you 117, which agaiu shows
1 and 1 and 7 are 9. Take Cleveland
and Hendricks, 9 letters each, and add
together, and you have 18, and then
multiply the same numbers and tho
sum is 81: out of the first you havo 1
and 8 are 9, and the other 8 and 1 are
9, and 18 added to 81 makes 99, or
two 9a. New xork has d6 votes, and,
again 3 and 6 aro 9, or multiply
and you have 3 times G are 18, or 1
and 8 are 9, or multiply the 36 by 3
and you have 103, and 1 and 8 are 9, or
multiply tho 36 by 6 aud you get 216,
or again 2 and 1 and G are 9. Now
multiply New York, 36, by Thomas or
Grover, G, and you get 21b, or 2 and 1
and 6 aro 9, or multiply New York,
36, by 9 and you get 324, or 3 and 2
and 4 make 9. Now add 9, 9, 18, 36,
36. 54, 72, 81, 117, 162, 108, 171, 216, 99
ana gz4,-aniryou get i',oiz, or i anao
and 1 and 2 are 9.
Cleveland's electoral vote, 219,
shows the 9 again, and his excess of
majority is 18, or two more 9s, besides
1 and 8 are 9.
'I had some neighbors once clov
er, good sort of folks. One fall four
of them were sick at one time with
typhoid fever. The doctor ordered
the vinegar barrels whitewashed, and
threw about 40 cents worth of carbol
ic acid into the swill-pail and depart
ed. I went into the kitchen to make
gruel. I needed a dish-cloth, and
looked about and found several, and
such 'ragsH I burned them all and
called the daughter of tho house to
get me a dish-cloth. Sho looked
around on tho tables. 'Why,' she
said, 'there was about a dozen horo
this morning;' and sho looked in tho
wood-box and on the mantel piece,
and felt in tho dark corner of the
cupboard. 'Well,' I said, 'I saw some
old black rotten rags lying around,
and I burned them, for there is death
in such dish-cloths as these, and you
must never use such again.'
"I 'took turns' at nursing that fam
ily four weeks, and I believe those
dirty dish-cloths were the cause of
all that hard work. Therefore, I say
to every housekeeper, keep your dish
cloths clean. You may wear your
dresses witnout ironing, your sun-
bonnets without elastics, but you
mnst keep your dish-cloths clean.
You may only comb your hair on
Sundays, you may not wear a collar
unless you go from, home; but you
must wash your dish-cloth. You
may only sweep tho floor 'when the
sign gets right;' the windows don't
need washing; you can look out at
the door; that spider-web on the front
porch don't hurt anything; but, as
you lovo your lives wash out your
dish-cloth. Let tho foxtail get ripe
in the garden (tho seed is a foot deep
anyway;; lei me uoies in tne neeis ot
your husband's footrags go undarn
ed; let the sage go ungathered: let
the children's shoes go two Sundays
without blacking; let two hens sit
four weeks on one wooden egg; but
do wash your dish-cloth3. Eat with
out a table-cloth; wash your faces
and let them dry; do without a cur
tain for your windows and cako for
your tea, but, for heaven's sake, keep
your dish-cloths clean. Western
Scott's Emuiflinn of Pare Cod Liver
Oil, with flypophosphltex.
Is Excellent in Lung Troubles. Dr.
Enoch Calloway, Lagranee, Geo.,
says: I have used Scott's Emulsion
with wonderful success in all Lunij
troubles, also find it has no equal in
summer Diarrhoea of children."
Bailroad building in this direction,
savs the Yakima Signal, is just now
being pushed ahead with more vigor
and apparent earnestness than ever
before. Grading is finished to within
four or five miles of Yakima, and
track laying is within about twenty
miles and is progressing at the rate
of about two miles a day.
Swellings are reduced by St Jacobs
Oil, th dead-shot for pais.
"This is the editor, is it?"
'Yes, sir. it is."
"Well, now, Mr. Editor, I'll tell you
what I'm going to do. I'm introdu
cing the 'Morning Star' btand of cot
fee among your merchants here, and
if you'll give me your address. I'll
send two pounds of the 'Morning
Star' to your house I want your
vife to serve you with a cup of it, and
after you've tried it, you may just
say what you please about it iii your
The editor, of course, beams with
happiness. Tho prospective donation
of two pounds of choice coffee is
enough to make any editor happy.
Unfortunately, however, his family is
awav for the f eason, and he replies:
"If you had -just as poon, suppose
you send that collee up to tho bust
ness managers house. Hero ho
comes, I'll introduce you," and hav
ing done so tho observer settled down
to hard work. He would have intro
duced tho philanthropist to tho busi
ness manager anyhow. It is a rule in
tho Mail .office that all philau
thropists shall bo introduced to the
The representative of tho 'Morning
Star' cofieo tells his story very grace
fully to tho business manager. "I'm
going to send two pounds ot our
superb cofieo up to your houso."
Tho business manager has met phi
"Twoponnds of coffee," ho replies;
"how much is the coffee a pound?
"All right; my house is No. 2232
Blank street. Send up your coffee.
Here's seventy cents. '
"I beg your pardon," says the phi
lanthropist; "I'm going to give you
the coffee, and"
"But I don't want you to give me
the coffee. I'm able to pay for it."
"Yes. yes, I know that; but you
know I expect you to reciprocate by
saying what you think about the
Morning Star' in your paper."
"Then you waut me to givo you
something, do yon?''
"O, no; I simply expect you to say
whatever you think tho coffee de
serves." "We usually trade on a cash basis,"
the business manager responds, "but
let's see, two pounds ot coffee will be
worth seventy cents; .three lines of
local seventy-five cents;, youowo a
balance of five cents; itxwill ber'very
hartTwdflf to get very much of a no
tice into three lines, but wo U close
the deal if you say so."
The philanthropist for some reason
couldn't dispute the newspaper finan
cier's business logic, but still ho could
hardly comprehend why his generosi
ty was looked upon in buch a coldly
practical manner as the business man
applied to it He succumbed, how
oer, and concluded that he wouldn't
send the coffee at all, but would make
a contract for advertising in cash.
The philanthropic scheme of the
coffee man, analyzed in a business
manner, was every whit as business
like as it would be on the part of a
newspaper man to step into a mercan
tile establishment and say to the pro pre pro
prieeor: "Here. I am going to send
you my paper for three months; after
you have read it you may give me
just as many dollars' worth of dry
goods in return as you think us de
Peculiar ideas aro entertained re
garding the newspaper business.
More ridiculous propositions are
made to newspaper publishers than
to any other class of business men
existing. Not long ago a Texas man
wrote tho Mail a letter saying that
he would appreciate the publication
of the ''inclosed item of general in
terest," and that if the publisher
would send him a marked copy of the
paper and advertising rates, he would
be pleased to send them cash adver
tising when he needed it. Tho "item
of general interest" was an advertise
ment. Tho publishers replied that if
ho would kindly send them fifteen
dollars in cash as a gift and tho rates
on any money he might have to loan,
they would be pleased to borrow of
him whenever tho occasion arose.
And why should such absurd propo
sitions bo made? Simply because the
newspaper profession has educated a
good proportion of tho public into
the idea that a donation to an editor
of a fifteen-cent box of strawberries,
or a peck of fresh vegetables, is ns
acceptable as a thousand dollar gold
piece would be to an ordinary man.
Tho coffee man above referred to, af
ter the conversation had concluded,
laughingly and frankly added:
"That's all right it's business but
wo catch lots of 'em!'' Des Jfoines
"Thero was a Little Girl."
Yes: nnrl wliPn tbn FA.nc fo.lorl fmm
her cheeks and sho became listless
and languid and pale, they gave her
Brown's Iron Bitters. It built her
up in health and made her ruddy and
strong. Miss Weigold, 23 Perry Street,
Pittsburg, Pa., writes that her sistee,
aged 13, took several bottles of
Brown's Iron Bitters for nervousness
and dyspepsia, and was greatly re
relieved. The town of New La Grande, in
the Grant! "Round vjiIIpit ia ennton nf
as the future metropolis east of the
"Rln "MrmnfoiTia Tk f T f- "NT Cn
are erecting repair shops and round
houses at that point, and the com
pany also own a fine hotel there.
Will you sillier with Dyspepsia and
guaranteed to cure you. Soldby W. E
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Soro Throat, Swelling. 8prntn, Uralses,
Burns, Scold. Front Kites,
13D ILL OTHEK DODILT TAISS ISO ACHES.
SoU by Drc;rlu and Dnlers erernrhcre. Fifty Cents a
bottle. Olro-tloot la 11 Lsncugea.
THE CHARLES A. VOOEI.EK CO.
Ciueuut)uA.Y3CLIlC0) lUlUmors, UiL.CS. A.
HOTELS AND KESTAUKANTS.
J. U. CLOSE, lroi.,
ASTOKIA, - - - OREGON.
Pirst Class in all Respects.
FREE COACH TO THE HOUSE.
Rpres lew Lie !
OF THE CHOP HOUSE
Cin prove by his hooks that he Is doing tho
usggest ousiuess ot any
In the city, imd lie will guarantee to give
the best meal for cash.
8pi8rs3 See Cream,
The New Model. Everything First
Cas; Street, rear of Odd-Fellows Building.
Every attention paid niv customers, and
the best set before them In first class 3t le.
MRS. I.VA WALLMAX, - Proprietor.
First Class iu Every Respect.
Fitted uj witli every Conven
ience for the Comfort of
Transient and Permanent Guests.
Corner Squomouua and West Gth Streets.
G. A. STINSON & CO.r
At Capt. Rogers old stand, corner of Cass
and Court streets.
Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoeing.
Wagons made and repaired. Good work
Columbia Transportation Company.
THE POPULAR STEAMER
Which has been rpfltted for the comfort of passengers will leave
Wilson & Fisher's Dock every
Monday, Vednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M.
Returning leaves Portland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
EyAn additional trip will be made on SHBday r Each Week, leaving Portland
at O O'clock Sunday 31oq1b. Baaeeagwc bj Ihls route connect at alarra
for Sound pts. V. B. Meat1, ?sUtit
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Betton Stujekt, Neak Pakkeb House,
ASTORIA. - OEEGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
LAND anfl MARIM EUGINES
Boiler Work, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. Of alt Description made to Order
at Short Notice.
A. D. Wass, President.
J. G. Hustler,, Secretary,
I. Vf. Cask, Treasurer.
joiht Fox. Superintendent.
S. AUNDT & FERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
All kinds of
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
Magnus C. Crosby
HAMABE, IRON, STEEL,
iron .Pipe and Fittings,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
Tin. and Copper.
BARRELS AND HALF-BARRELS
All Kinds of Cooperage Done.
es-Leave orders with JOHN ROGERS,
Superintendent, at Central Market.
GUNARD STEAMSHIP LINE.
WE BFG LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE A
great reduction in rates over the above
well known line. Parties dcslrini: to co to
Europe, or wishing to send for friends In
the old cuntry will find It to their advan
tage to purchase tickets over the Cuuard
line. Tickets issued by us good from any
part of Europe to Astoria.
Tojs, Fancy Goods, Stationery,
Fresh Fruit Received Daily
A Full Stock of Smokers Ar.icles.
NEW GOODS CONSTANTLY ARRIVING.
CHAS. A. MAY,
Chenamus street, south side, one door
Oregon Railway & Navigation
During the month of October, 1884, Ocean
Steamers will sail from Poitland to San
Francisco, and from San Francisco to Port
land, as follows. leaving Alnorth Dock,
Porilaiid, at Midnight, and Spear Street
Wharf. San Francisco, at 10 A. M. :
From Portland. I From San Francisco.
Mate ot Cal..
Mate of Cl.
statfl of Cal.,
ThrOUZb. TlrlcXM snld tn :ill nrtnrin!
cities in the United States, Canada and
On nnil nffur VnvamhapOlikt loot TMooAn
ger Trains will leave PortluM for Eastern
poiuis, ai :30 i. ji., aauy.
Pullman r&iace L'ar rnnniojc between Port
land, and St. Paul,
RIVER DmsiOJf (Middle Colambla).
Boats leave Portland for Dalle at 7 :00
LeavftPnri-i i i
land for IMonl Tu. We.Thu. Fri. I Sat.
Vstoria and I
Tacomaand SeatUv. daily at law PM
Victoria. Meamers do not run Sunday a.
Leayes Astoria for Portland at 6 a. m. daily ex
cept Sunday, r
, WTO, C.H. rRESCOTT,
V STC-KES, Manager.
Gtiu 1 Freight and Pas. Art.
K. A. NOYES. Agent Astoria.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
Oregon & California R. R.
59 Hours between Portland and San Fran
Fare to San Francisco 832 j to Sacramento $30
Leave Portland at T :3Q a. m. dally (except
Suuday) : Arrive at Sau Francisco
G :40 1, m., third day.
Close connections made at Ashland
with the Stages of tho Oregon and CaUfor-
nu Stage Company.
Between POIUXAAD and ASHXAtfD'
Portland. 7 :30 A. Ml Ashland 4: A. m.
Ashland...... 6:20 jp.m Portland 43 p. x.
ALBANY EXPRE88 TRAIN.
I.KAVR a urTir-B
Portlaud 4 .-00 p. M.Lebanon..9 2op. u.
iuauou 1 Mo a. ii.iJ'ortland... to :os a. tt
Pnllm.m P.ilnp S3lonnln r.vian.. o
land Mond.'iAS nnil TlmnHivo itat,..
leaves Ashland Tuesdays ana Fridays.
ihe Oregon and California Railroad Fewy
makes connection with all Regular Trains
on Jiastside Dhision, from the foot of F St.
Between Portland and Corvalila
I.RAVP. A -DTJTTJ-Ct
Portland 9 Jlni w irvinroiii. .i .- -
Coivallls 8 :3Q a. m. Portland! 3 -JO p.m.
,. KXPKESS TltAlX
Portland 5 :00 p MMeMlnuville.8 .-00 ;x
McMlnnvilleJ5:i5 a Ml Portland 8 X)a m
Local tickets forsale, and bag.age checked
flf. ('ninii'iiiv'o nn t..it. v4a.. l. i-
w... ..,..., j Up iuitii umtc, tumci ouir.
and hecmin ri. otu 'I lolraio m ii ,i.n nin
eipal points In California, can only be pro
cured and baggage checked, at the Com-
I'auj J uiutc,
Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or.
Krplffllt .!!! nnt h moaltroil for hmmon
after 5 o'clock p.m. on either the Easttide
or Wcsfcdde Divisions.
K. itOEHL,bK, E. P. ROGERS.
.Manager. O. F 4 P. At
Hwaco Steam Navigation Go.'s
Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort Cathy,
Connecting by stages and boats fr
Oysterviile, Montesano and Olympla
Until further notice the Hwaco
Steam Navigation Co.'s steamer
Will toaira Actnrlu nn
J Mondays, Thursdays and SaturdayM
at 7 A. M.
(Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays bedg
vjrsbcivuic auu 'uuuiuuiu uiaii uajsj
Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and Hwaco
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Friday
The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 a.m..
as formerly, not beinc confined strictly to
A SECOND TRIP will be made, leaving As
toria three Hours alter arriving from itwaco.
Fare to Fort Canby and Hwaco, ?l 00
ETIckets can bo bought at the office for
Bnwaco freieht. by the ton. In lots of
one ton or over, 52 per ton,
?5T?iii. Tlrtboto 'rwiTn ftr fhnrfay
ply at the office of the company, Gray's
wharf, foot of Benton street.
J. H. D.GRAY,
B. B, FRANKLIN,
Uiertaier anfl Cabinet Mater,
EXT TO THE ASTORIAS BWDLDIK.
SPA1I work dons In a ikuUol nnitr o
skert at KMuWe Mtw.
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