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WEDNESDAY APRIL 25, 1BS3
TORT OF ASTORIA.
State of California, ss 2-00 tons. Debney. St
AHMVALS FROM SKA.
1lpflln. Am sp, Philadelphia. April 23
VESSELS I2i THE P.IYEli.
Cbesebrough, Am sp Highland Lisht.Aa.fp
Harry More. Am sj '"orsica. Am tu
Imperial. Am sp Saranac. Atn blc
Ullock. Brbk Helper, Atn up
Loir bird in, hr
vksskIjS ox tuk ta r.
Vrov Foreizrn Ports, for the
Cltitca. Or blc Liverpool March 9
Glonberrie. llrbk LWertfbol Dec 27
Harry Bailey. Br bk liuenos Ayres
Grisedalo. Brsp Liverpool
Madras, Itrstr Hocclong
Krerale. Br8i4 Liverpool Dec 2
Scottia Tar, Hr bk Liverpool, March 14
Shenir. Or bk Newcastle
Victoria, IJr f s Uongkoug
Wlct on slurp. Or bk Bremen ilarcb 19
From Araerirau Iorts.
C S UnlberL Ara 10SO X V X or 2
Carrie Winslow, Am bk N V S!mcli IS
Geo. S Homer, es Y.I an ST
Olive S. Southard. Am 6h, Phila. vb 12
Ucd Cross, Am p N V March 12
St, Li -ie. sp -Vew York March 11
Titan. Am 123 X Y JJectSO
Western Helle. Am fp 1155 JC Y Dec 28
TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA
Knuu tables ol United Mates Coast .Survey
High Wntor. J Low Water.
Date. x.v. p.m. I a.m. p.m.
20 11 4S 11 Ml C 0.1 5 5C
21 - - 0 X C 53 0 28
2 0 lit 1 15! 7 : .. 0 58
23. 0 fn) 1 4D1 b 12.. - 7 28
21 1 22 2 2S & 47 8 00
'Si 1 51 3 101... 9 'Si . 8 va
21 2 0 3 551 10 00 3 12
27 2 59 4 11 10 ."W 3 50
28. 3 45 5 M 11 2-1 10 47
23 4 42 C SI J 0 IS 11 51
Regular tnootings Eccond and fourth Tues
day avonings of onch month, at 7Hj o'clock
ST Persons desiring to havo mattors nctod
apon by the Council, at any regular meeting
must present the samo to tho Auditor and
Clerk on or boforo tho Friday evening: prior
to tho Tuesday on which tho Council holds its
regular moetings. TI10S. S. J EV fcTT,
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria Lodge No. 40, L O. G.I.
Regular Meeting every Tucnlay Evening
at 7 o'clock, at I'ythian Hall, Astoria. Mem
bers of tho Order, in good Manding. aro invit
ed to attend, Degree meeting 1st Monday of
each month. By order W. C. T.
Temple Lodge, Wo. 7A.P.A.M.
Kcgular Communications first and
third Tuesdays in each month. atJ4
o'clock, p. u., at the Jlall in Astoria.
Members of the Onier, in coed standing, are
Invited to attend. L'j erde: of the w. M.
American Legion of Honor.
Regular meeting oi Astoria Council No. 935,
Is held ou tlie first and third Saturday of
each month, at 7 o'clock r. m.
By order of Council Commander.
It. V MONTKiTir. Sec'tv.
Columbia. River xpurt.
nECAriTULATin:, jxsiaky 'KS.
291,578 bus. wheat . . $ :scg,510
56,257 bbls flour. 237,170
Total, 8 cargoes . $ nxiASa
Wheat. 100.003 bus., value s 179.193
Flour, 29,4y0 bbls., " 144.49S
Total, 5 cargoes . 021.091
ItnCAMTULA? ION", S1AUCIL
Wheat 097.524 bushels) 210.750
FIOun.CS.141 bbls) $344,107
Salmon (2C'Jtf cases) 13,030
Lumber (500 M ) . 0,900
Total (R cargoes) $690,311
9 To Corli per Lnttcncorth.
From Portland 1JU49 bbls flour. $C7,215
7SS .sfcs bran i30
11 To Quccw-tmcn cr Garwoc;.
Prom Portland 1 1,381 bbls Hour ?0S,2S.'t
IS To Honolulu per Ehinorc.
Lumber 373.700 foot..... ........... M sl
WootJ, 20 eds " oo
Ma-ts, s M 5
UoTTKa Kxtra fancy fi0QO5 centra roll.
DitlKD Fkuits. Blackberries 'Se: Prunes
Cala. ll15c; Pccli'd Peaches 'Jo .Tic
Sugah. Cubo, 14; crtifhod, 14c: fine
crushed, 14c; extra powd. 14c; drj" gran.
13jc: extra gran. lSc. G. C. 12Uc
Eocs. 30cts dot.
Oits. $2 'Si(f2 40 per cwt.
PotAtois. 1 75pcrcwL
FLona. Suporfino $5 50; Extra $; .;
Corn ileal 7 cwt. S3 50; Buckwheat cwt
Fkksh Meats. Choice cuts. Lamb. I3c;
Beefl220: Pork 15; Mutton 1214. By
the carcass 10c
Meats. Breakfast bacon 18c per lb;
sides 15S17c; hams 17V20c; slioulders
JJ9l44c; smokodboef 15glG,'c; corned beef
r.10312 lb; corned pork 12jc lb.
Laeo. In tins and caddies 1820c "?&.
IIoxkv. In framos 40c ; in glasE 50c
Mill Fkko. Bran $25 00 ' ton; chop
feed 8353; Shorts 5S5 0OS ; Hay f203
?25y ton;middlings $40. Chop barley. $370
Tlie receipts or certain ai tides of Or
'Kon produce, at .San Francisco, from
January lbt, lRXt. to April 18th, inclu
sive, have been as follews:
b lour, qr sks.........
hf bbls .
Apples, itiie, bxs
Fruit. Dried, pkgs
Canned Goods, e.....
Lard, pkgs-.. .
BOAT B V 1 1 K It S,
Over Artidt & Ferchcn's Shop.
Call and examine the work wc are doing
and see the wood wc aro using, before mak
iBg a trade elsewhere.
FIKST- CLASS WORK A SPECIALTY".
That Brown's Iron Bitters
will cure the worst case
Will insure a hearty appetite
and increased digestion.
Cures general debility, and
gives a new lease of life.
Dispels nervous depression
and low spirits.
Restores an exhausted nurs
ingmothcr to full strength
and gives abundant sus
tenance for her child.
Strengthens the muscles and
Overcomes weakness, wake
Keeps off all chills, fevers,
and other malarial poison.
Will infuse with nevr life
the weakest invalid.
37 Walker St, Baltimore, Dec. iSSr.
For six years I have been a prcat
sufferer from Blood Disease, Dys
pepsia ,and Cons tips tion,andbecame
so debilitated that 1 could not retain
anything on my stomach, in fact,
life hadT almost become a burden.
Finally, when hope hadalmostleft
me, my husband seeing Brown's
Iron Bitters advertised in ih
faper, induced me to give it a triaL
am now taking the third bottle
and have not felt so well in sir
years as I do at the present time.
Mrs. L. F. Gaims.
Brown's Iron Bitters
will have a better tonic
effect upon any one whe
needs "bracing up," thar
any modicinc made.
A Common-sense Remedy.
Ho more Rheumatism,
Gout or Neuralgia.
Immediate Relief Warranted.
Permanent Cure Guaranteed.
Ftrc years established and never J.xoirn to
fall in a single- case, acute or chronic. Jlcfer
to all prominent physicians end drvggitix for
the landing of Sallcylica.
THE ONLY DISSOLVER OFTUE
POISONOUS TJKIC AOLD TVIIICIi
EXISTS IN THE BLOOD OF RHEU
MATIC AND GOUTY PATIENTS.
SALICYLtCAisknowuas a common
sense ieniedy. because It strikes directly at
the cause of lthcumatism. Gout and Neural
gia, while so many so-called specifics and
supposed panaceas only treat Iocallv the
It has been conceded bv eminent scientists
that outward applications, such as rubbing
wiiu ous,oiniments, liniments. nnusoouunK
lotions will not eradicate these diseases
which arc the result of the poisoning of the
blood with Uric Aeld
SALICYLICA works with marvelous
eficct on this acid and so removes the disor
der. It Is now exclusively used by all cele
brated physicians of America and Luropc.
Highest Medical Academy of Paris rejKrLs
95 per cent cures in three, days.
that SALICYLICA is a certain cure for
Rheumatism. Coutand Neuralgia.
The most intense pains are subdued almost
Give ir a trial. Belief guaranteed or mon
Thousands of testimonials sent on apnlica
tion. SI a Box. 6 Boxes for S5.
Sent free by mail ou receipt ol inonev.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT
But do not be deluded into taking imluitions
or. substitutes, or something recommended
as " just as good !" Insist on tlie genuine
with the name of Washburne& Co
on each box which is guaranteed clieinicaiiy
pure under our signature, an indispensable
requisite 10 insure success in the treatment.
Take no other, or send to as,
Washburne & Co., Proprietors.
2 i7 Broadway, cor. Reade SL, NEW YOBK
For Sale by V. E. DEMENT & Co., and
J. E. THOMAS.
A. V. Allen
(SUOCESSOn TO TAOE & ALLEX.)
Wholesale and retail dealer in
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Wines, Liquors JobaccoXigars
8snoH lairio on A"q pjos aie
pxre A'lnnD sag jo pttb sinj
A"nojIlS oq o; poDimusnS ojb iati5
j no 5uucoq spooS y -g -vj
00 V NOS&HOr 'K T
jo ?n3iioq KWiufl
nAio mo lopnn dn !)nd
ItlO Jj'B JOyB9J9J
When first pulled from the rocks
where it grows the sponge looks
like a corrugated mass of putty.
It is drab in color, exceedingly
heavy, has a. sickening odor, and
is suffused by a stringy mucus
which drops from it in long vis
cous lines. The external pores
are partly closed up by a sort of
sea bug, which finds refuge in
them, and must he an annoying
interloper to the sponge-builder;
while often a red sea womian,
inch or two in length is found far
within the spongy fibres, whither
he has worlced his way. What
is the exact function of the mu
cous fluid dots not yet ap
pear to be clearly settled. But it
is certain that when taken from
the sponge and placed on still bot
toms, new sponges are propagated
from it; and if two pieces of the
same living sponge, or of different
sponges of the same species, are
laid side bv side on the sea bottom,
they soon grow together. The vi
tality of the sponge, in fact coup
led vitli the decrease of the sup
ply, suggests that ere many year
artificial propagation may h.i e to
The "Bos3" Fish Boat.
The three-masted schooner
Ifcra, now taking in stores at
Washington-street wharf, is the
largest vessel ever fitted out for a
cod-fishing voyage in the United
States. Her crew consists of
twenty-four fishermen, who,
with the captain, salters, split-or.-,
dress-gang, two oooks
and four boys make up a
total of forty men. No more ex
pensive and complete outfit has
ever been put on a fishing vessel
and is only justified b- the large
catch her owners expect her to
make. The fishing grounds are
in the Okhotsk sea, 4,000 miles
distant, and the voyage will last
between five and six months. A
full cargo will he 250,000 codfish,
which will weigh out 400 tons or
more. S. F. Chronicle
People of advanced ideas arc
never slow to recognize that
which will result in the greatest
benefit to their wealth, health and
happiness; such people never fail
to perceive the great benefit re
sulting from the use of St. Jacobs
Oil, when afflicted by rheumatism.
Win. II. TVareing, Esq., Asst.
General Superintendent Third Di
vision Mailing and Distributing
Department, New York Postofiice,
in writing concerning St. Jacobs
Oil says: The reports from the
several superintendents and clerks
who have used the Oil agree in
nraisinir it hiirhlv. It has been
found efficacious in cuts, burns,;
soreness and stiffness of the joints
unci muscles, and aliords a ready
relief for rheumatic complaints.
Hon. T. L. James, now Postmas
ter-General of the United States ;
concurred in the foregoing.
Hope for Irt:nKanN.
M3' husband had drunken habits he
could not overcome until Parker's
G inner Tonic tool; awav his thirst for
stimulants, restored Jus energy ot
mind and save him strength to at-1
tend to business. Cincinnati Lad.
2ft Monc Sick Af.adachk. For
persons of delicate health and nerv
ousness; hear what an eminent lady
lecturer says: "Having suffered from
nervous headache for some time, and
not finding any relief from the treat
ment of our best physicians, 1 tried
Plunder's Oregon Blood Purifier. One
dose of this r Muarkable remedy natc
- linineuiaie rcnei, ana a tew uottics
" ! of the same cured me so far. 1 can
rftanirinnri if- DiAAinllt ft 4irv9 cof !
i wuiiiiJUiiA iij oii;Lmiijr iw xaivikco oni j
Columbia River Canneries.
Adair. S.D.A Co Astoria.
Afctoria 'ac'iu Oo Kmnoy.
Anslo-American Packinz Co.. .
Booth. A. A o
Colamoia in-nninc Co
Cuttinc laViD(jJo. "
Devlin. John A. & Co "
Vibhencen'K Packing Co
llanthoro & Co
Ilntne. Wm.. .
Hume. Geo. W.
Occident PacVtas Co
Pacific Union Packing Co
Scandinavian Packins Co
Seaside Packing Co
White Star Packing Co
CTimmins A Co. .... ....... "'
UnionPacking Co .
Wett Coast Packing Co ""
Willitws James i Co. ..
Thomes & Knonles "
Washington Packing Vo.....'.',
Point Adams Peking Co
I.X.L. Packinc Co
Aberdeen Packing Co...
Knreka Packing Co. ...
Ilapgood k Co..
Knapptnn Packing Co.
Meglcr.J.G.A Co ,
Mjrrrs, Geo. T.
Ocean Canning Co
...Iliraco, W. T.
...Eureka. W. T.
..Kagle Cliff W.T.
ar Visw, W. T.
Oreton PkgCo, JW4 VCook..Clifton
Pillar I'.ock Pkg Co Pillar Rock.W.T.
West. John. Hogry Harbor. WT
Warren A Co. F. M Cathlamet. W.T.
Warren A Co Cascades.
Street Grade Notice-
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of Astoria
propose to establish the grade of Cass
htreet in the City of Astoria, as laid out
and recorded by .lolm McCIurc, and ex
tended by Cyrus Olncv, as follows, iz;
At its Intersection with Chena-
mus street 18 feet
At its intersection with Squemo-
qua street 19
At its intersection with Jefferson
street 20 '
At its intersection with Astor St. VA "
above the base of grades, and unless a
remonstrance signed by the owners of
two-thirds of the property fronting on
said portion of said street be filed with
the Auditor and Clerk within ten days
of the linal publication of this notice,
viz: Wednesday, May, nth, the Common
Council will establish said grade.
By order of the Common Council.
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria, April 18th, 1833. lot
ITItnEaeu wltu his own Vet Sclicntc-
CnlUvnte (lie Field oriluni.nn
There have always been quacks : legal
quacks, theological quacks, scientific qnaeka
into believing in their favorite bit of ImtnbHc j
Others are pompous and pretentious parasite, i
But they make it pay. Men iccm to love to ,
bo swindled, stipulating only that it shall be f -
neaUy done. t
ThedMrable are Muftllv liberal to the :
electric and magnetic fraud. This fellow is a
Mr;l..i.,lmmMl.fMm1 ThU ffilltria'
genius in his line. He will put a magnetic j
belt around your waist, a mHgaotk neckUie,
nnder yonr chin, or fit you oat wit'i an ent ire
suit of clothe;, warranted to srve the pur-
pose of ordinary garment, and at tha se!
Hme to euro ail disease?. frm whoopiag-'
cough to hasty consumption. i
loit of these have no more sleetrie or mas-:
nctic power about them llian roide in wool-!
ca blankets or girdles of acVclntb. tly
whon npidied by an export i electricity of'
the slightest uo as a medicinal a?nt. awl '
even then its valuo h gro?ly over-stated.
What is tho strongest possible prernHijlirc
cvidenco in favor or a particular remedy?
clearly that it should have been prepared by
responsible persons of acknowledged .kill in
the treatment of disease. ,
Squnrcly on this foundation .-tniuls B aX- .
SOXVS CAPCINE POROUS PLAS1E'.:. En- j
dorsed by 5.000 physicians, pharm ici-ts, drag- j
gists and chemist?, it needs no further apolo- :
nor introduction. It is the one and only
true and tried cxtern.il application. Quitcksi
if all kinds imy the Capcinethe compliment i
f their diIiko, assatan is said to JHte holy;
Look in tho middle of the plaster fur the
word CA V C J A E. 1 'rice v.. eeitu. I
Sonbnry ,t .lolmson. C'hemi-t-. New Ytrk. 1
Vitalizes auI Eariclu-J2 Jin IJIoo.l, nt
up tho System, iiJO;.s :!:. YAnik
Strong, llullds up the Broke
clown, Invlc;oraU'- tha
Dyspepsia, Kerrous AffccUons,G5n
cral'Scbility, Ketiralgij!, Fe?:
and Ague, Paralysis, Chrome
Diarrhoea, iioils. JDropsy,
Humors, Female Com-"
plaints, Liver Com
U.L DISEASES 0RIG1HATIKG II A GAD STAT!
OF THE BLOOD, OR ACCGI-PAKIED BY
DEBiLrry on a low stats
OF THE SYSTEM.
uppLctii: blood wiih its Yital Iriciiilc, o.
Life Uloment, JliOX. iriWiins Mtvnjclh
VlcorinIX,tvI.IfoinioaHn.irKof t' c i-.'tem
BEING TRW. FROM: ALGOUOI. i ctgii
rtjj c&xis arc not foilocrcd h? cc-rest '. ; rcss
i-a, Lot aie penasacs
SETH W. lOWLE Sc SON . Pi rnnxxs, $
iairiion Avmuc 3tcc- Stii by ? I asjiii:
V 1 Z "SJ KL ' S
xc53r$5v ' ! jat eK2
-V "-UrOi . .... I
n i .-r:.a uy trxK :
luin: -t art:c, on sk
I"rt:r f is Ei:pior
!ckaniicr and pun'y. j
It ont-ons matetiaU I
cn'-j l!i;tt arebenciicLl i
U t.ic scalp and iiwr
Bsctsres the Youthful Color to Grey or Fsied Hair 5
P-rl:crs HalrBjUam i find 7c-'.rated and is
vammtcd to me. ent falling cf tin. Iui:r :.wl t re- I
movsdandrun'ai.ditcbL j. H;;c x & C , K.Y.
JV. ttd $1 ihtt, at initrt fn J.-upi ant -.uV 't. J
A Superlative Health and Strength Restorer.
If you ar: a mc-tunic or Cm- r, worn out vrith
c'.rrwt.ors mother run c"- w n l.y L r.ily or house
J.' M duiici trj' rARi.nr.'.s C.: ctu 1 mc.
If yon trc a lairj-er, minister or InJMnes man ex
l?iistd by mental strain or anxious caics. do not take
Ifj-ou have Consumption, Dy?qia, Rheuma.
xsm, Kidney Complaint, cronya.Hwderofthelunip,
4omach.lwcls, Lioodornencs.PASi;FR's Gtvcia:
Toxic will cure you. ItisthcCreatestlliocdPurukr
find tha Best and Surest Causa Cnr2MEvsr U:eJ.
If joiiaiewasdntraway from age, dissipation ct
:&y i : .ca or weakness and require astimu .ritaJce
t".rLS losicttoncc; it trill invijonite rnJbuJJ
oi uifrnm the first dose bat will neer in: jcate.
ltlK saved hundreds of Eves; it nuy save yo-rs.
CvrnoV'-r.rfuallciirtHBtrt.ratirr'if. -.tT-, b
l.?rTcbtf ta.frrjaiil xtcfutBfXTZl'xz.e. Scril.tcealtitO
JIior A c u, . Y. tV. & tl tizn, at (Wm ta Jr-s.
CZr T F Vri'ZJ ECYIVC DOUAr. SIZE.
It r. t zrd Luasc fracraace las made tills
deli-litful perfmae exceedingly popular. There
Is nothing liko it. Insist upon having Fusazs
to: CoLOUKEsndlookfor sigaitmeof
. 00 trrry bottle. Ary c'. rr" t rr dnlrr j ,.i, tty
an nff'T w. 'SI IT" ti
t p. v t v iNf: 1.1 v.vi. -' cf
Wilmerding & Co., San Francisco.
Loeb & Co., Agents, Astoria.
I't-Z r7c'il y-.j.
If1'-'-' "-itr " GkzXk
xx h n a azBk tszz na fes s. k r s
rrH 3 Mol I? ilia d wc r r it 3 3 S rqM
I HOTELS AND RESTAUR AKTS. j SHIPPING NOTICES. TRANSPORTATION LINES.
II. E. PAUKKB. Proi..
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON.
FIRST CLASS BOTEL.
ALL MODRKK IllfKOVEMKNTS.
ElttT Afii CO.l BATHS.
"" Ai ti? iA4""-
Good Billiard Table, end First Class Sa-
oon ,oc ,f , F,'re Liquors.
ae - PKF.tf COACH TO TIIK HOl'SR.sn
mV, r.r.r.TTwaMm n.rnr !
1. HU Jjl 1 31ti 1 LX.J xrLJ
FJpst-fjiSSS IM CV8rV POSOSCt.
r?Ili55,K25 & "WtHGllT.
Astoria, - GrCgOil.
i c rj- rj o
j u. : j
Cl-e I- Mia Oect in I
bireet i the tsest m ,
I::i A I -.in j on Hand l-'ISIiEl
riso:ii '.laicr zwy tutu r.asi
crti iJj'sit'rs. I
JEF?r IS THE BOSS CATERER.!
: !" been i'miirirlor r :!to "AaroKi ,
Ilotfl" in Knapjiton "xen jonrs.
GPEH DAY AND NIGHT.
ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS
j Oyster Saloon. (J
I C1IKXAMUS STKKET, ATOKlA.
fC'.HK UTCDKICSKSNUI") IS PI.KASEU TO
X. aiinoutHY tn the public that he has op
And ftirtiWies in firt-elas-t style
OVSTKKS, HOT COFFEE TEA, ETC
Ladies' and Gent's Oyster Saloon,
llease gtve wc a calL
ROSCOE DIXON, iToprictor
Chop House and Restaurant.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
3Ietils J2." ceutt and upwards.
A. lifcKOSSE fc X. lYISjCSnOX.
3IAIX STKF.ET. ----- ASTORIA.
rERMAIvLA BEER HALL
BOTTLE BEER DEPOT.
Chzthuss STKEirr. jictoeia.
The Best of Imager 5 Cls. a Glass
Orders for the
Celetatei! ColiiMa Brewery
J3Xo cheap Sat Fntnobco t'eer .o!d at
Brewery Beer Saloon.
The Eest Beer 5 cts a Glass.
Hot Lunch eyery Day from 10 to 12 A. M
Tho best ot Liquors and Ctears on hand.
A deservedly popular ilaee of tocial rebort.
Xotice of AxpIicatio:i to i'tirchrtHe
T AXI) OFFICE AT VAXCOIR'ER, W.T,.
JLi April ath, 1SS3.
Notice is hereby given that in complianeo
withtheprovii-ions of tlio Act of Congress
aiproved.Itine3. 187?, entitled "An art for
tli" sale of 'Jiniher Iands in the States of
( alifotnia, Oregon. Nevada, and hi Wah
hiXtau 'J errltorw" John Anderson, of Pacific
iiMinty. AVaili. Tor. has this day filed in this
oldceliLs application to purchase the North
l-jft ol Section 20. Township 10 North of
:..ns'0 AVe.it, of the "Willamette Meridian.
lisliinony in the above case will be taken
hefore the Clerk of the District Court, at
Oysterville, Wash. Ter., on Mondav, the
isth day of June, lfsa.
Any and all persons having adverse claim
to the above described iand. or any portion
thereof, are hereby required to ille their
claims in tins oftice within .sixty (&)) days
from date hereof.
FRED. W. SPARLING,
dll COds Register.
WHO a-e suffering from Xervocs Debil
itt. UjSC ViTvurr. I K. OF Xehve
Tones axd Viaoa, WAsnf a Weakxtsses, nail
all those tlisoasos of a l'Ensox al XATrasrc
MiItluK froni Accsns and Other CArsis.
Specily rcllpf and complete restoration or
Health. Vioon ami 3Iaxitood CriuATtia.
The grandest discovery of the Nineteenth
Century. Send at oaco for Illustrated l'am
VOLTAIC BELT CG.. HARSIlAtt, MICH.
Fine Jind Course Liverpool
j Tin Plate. BIocIc Tin, Caustic Modn.
For sale ex Warehouse at Portland
or Astoria by
IJAIiFOBIt, GUTIIKIE & CO.
fL, & BR. o m H
(BEFORE -AND - MFXVcVi
Columbia Transportation Co.
The i;iulr steamer
Which lias been refitted for the comfort of
lase?prwni leave Wilson and
Fisher's dock everr
. !. m 6
AM. arriving at Portland at 7 P. M.
aetwhw Ickvcs rortlaml every '
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 A. hi.
. . . . . . Q ..
Arriuwg at Astoriu at 1 P. i.l.
Aa additional trip will he made on
Sunday of Each Weak,
Leaving Portland at O o'eloelc
Passengers by this route connect at Kahuna
for SohihI jwrts. U. IJ. SCOT1.
Astoria and Portland.
.. jiF.lI SIIEBMAN-. - - - MASTER
1 v U o L. i Will !iiak regular tis to Portland and
' A.stna. h;iiiiKlmrneH" dock, foot of Mor
liMintn'et.Portlniul.att; .m. Saturdays.
A,,' u"' I''V.' IteOll IJSlier.s (IOCK.
JsaUteiglit carried at reatonabie rates.
Wl LL MAKE TRIPS AS
JOHN HAYS IHVER, Tuesdays, Fridays,
LEWIS ami CLABKK, Thursdays and
Will leave Wilson & Fishers wharf at
tt oVIork sharp, each morning.
LEWIS G. HA VYEN, Master.
JBEBBUffl STEAM PACKET.
-Daisy." and Barge.
VYIM leave Astoria, from Gray's Dock,
For Oinej . and Head of Youngs River,
On TnrMtajN. ami Triilnj., atSA. 3f.
I'eturiiiiis same day.
For Landings on Lewis & Clark's River,
On YVrilneMlnjs, at S A. 3S
KeturniiiK same day.
For Konner's CHinp.
On Fridays, ssl .. I. .., laying over night
at the Camp, will leave for Astoria, on Sat
urday, at A. .11.: Returning will leave
Astoria, at 3 1. 3i.
U3For Freljdit or Pastagc, apply on board,
or at Graj 's Dock, whore Freigtit will be re
eeived and stored, If necessary.
J. H.I). GRAY.
General assortment or tnhlt siGek coimantry
on Hand, such H5
Canned Fruits and Jelly,
Bacon, Hauis, Shoulders, Lard,
F.GS, BITTER, CEIEESE.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
FIS55. POiJLTRY -iI GA3IE
In the season.
CIGARS AS TOBACCO.
Bcsi ol' WS3SES AI?I UQVOBS.
Alt cheap for CAFn. Goods sold on com
mission. Opposite I. Vf. Case's store.
! WHEBR & OtttTPABT,
Fresli and Cured Meats,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EQGS.
OPrOSITF. OCCIDENT IIOTET.,
CIII' A3SU.5 Street. Astoria, s
ilain Street, - - Astoria Oregon
iif:no?rjy o iibiiry
RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATrEN
tion of the public to the fact that the
above ilnrkct will always bo supplied with a
FULL VA niETY TVFKT QUALITY
FRESH AMD CURED MEATS!
Which will bo3old at lowest rates, wholesale
and retail. Special attention siven to supplj
ASTOK1A, - - - OKEGOK
Willis INSTITUTION. UNDER CARE OV
; jl tne sisters ot unaruy, is now ready 101
t the reception of patients.
Private rooms for the accommodation ol
; any deiring them.
Patients admitted at all houis.dav or nisht.
No jiliyMciait has ccclit&ivc right, every
patient is free to and has the privilege ot
I employing any physician they prefer.
1 United' Statos marine
Seamen who paylTospital Dues, aro enti
1 tied to Freeetire and attendance at thlsllos-
pital during sickness. I'enuits must be ob
' ahied for Liil ted Suites Marines at the Ctis
1 toni Iioti.-e.
SisTKiis of Chakit;
ASTORIA SAIL LOFT.
A. M. JOHNSON & CO.. PROPR'S.
RAVING CONSIDERABLY INCREASED
our facilities for meet int; the demand of
increase in boats this year we would rc-.-leotfiiJIy
call the attention of
And all others needing sails, to this fact.
Prices Same as Last Year.
WORK STILL BETTER.
Drilling and Best Quality of Rope
Our Work has Given .
Satisfaction for Eight Years,
And shall bo made to do so while we are In
Oregon Railway & Navigation
On and after April 1st, 1883.
Ocean Steamers will sail from San Fran
cisco and Portland every three days.
Leaving Spear St. wharf San Francisco, at
10 :00 A. M.. and Ainsworth Dock, Portland,
TltrouzSi Tickets sold toalipriucipa
cities In the United States, Canada and
River and Rail Division.
On and After March 18, 1883.
1 rains leave Portland for Eastern points,
at 7 :20 A. M. Sundays excepted.
KIYEK DmSIOX (Mhldle Colnmbla).
Boats leave Portland for Dalles at 7 :0O
Leave Port-I I it
land for Mon Tn. We. Thu.l Frl. I Sat.
Astoria and I
lower C'o-I I
lambis.... ISAM 5AM CAM SAM AM 6 AM
Dayton, Or. j7 AM,' 7AM, . 7AM
&;:: M Im
VtctoricBC,'ftAM! SAM HAM ....
Leaves Astoria for Portland ct Si m AfiWvar-
Astoria to Portland.
Steamer Witlc West will leave Astoria
for Portland. IIMU.
Returnins, leaves Fortland for Astoria,
o a. 31., daily, Wednesdays excepted.
Pnllman Palace Car rnnnins between Port
land. alia Wa!Ia and Uaiton.
.. . Superintendent of Trafflc
C. II. PRESCOTT.
llwacG Steam Navigation Go
Astoria to Forts Stevens, Canby,
Connecting by Stages for
Oysterville and Olympia.
j2p Until farther notico tho Ilwacc
Stt&GSs. Steam Navigation Co's steamors
GEX. TITLES, OP.GE". CAxNBT
Will lenvo Astona
On Mondays, and Thursdays, at 7 A. M.
Fort Steven', Fort Canby, anil llvraco
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and
The steamer will leave Astona at 9 a.m.
as formerly, not being confined strictly to
Faro to Fort Stevens-.... ..J50cta
" Canby and Ilwaco........$l oo
sfirilwaco freight, by tho ton, in lots ot
one ton or over, S2 oo per ton.
fH"For Tickets, Towage or Charter apnr?
at tho offico of tho Company, Gray'i wharf,
foot of Ronton street.
J. II. D.GRAY. Ajrent.
Oregon & California R.R.Co
On an alter Sept. 21, 1SS2. trains will run
follows, DAILx (Except Sundays),
Ilelwccn 1'OUTIbiND and KIDDIE'S.
Portland 7:30 A. ir.lRiddlo's 8:30p.
Riddle's 3:30 A. v.lPortland. J:25p. si
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN.
Portland 4:00 P. M.ILebanon 9.20 P. 11
Lebanon 4:45 A. M.PortIand.10:05 A.M
Portland. 6:15a. 11.I Junction 6:O0p.m
Junction G:."l.v. u.lRiddIu'3 5:10p.u
Riddle's 6:00 a. ji.J Junction 5:00 p. u
Junction 5:45 a. u.ll'ortland 5:25 p. si
Tho Oregon and California Railroad! erry
makes connection with all Regular Trains on
Between I'ortlnnd anl Corvallls.
Portland 8:00 A. M.ICorvallis ....3:00 P. W
Corvallis 8:30 A. M.jPortland 30 P. M
Close connections made at Riddle's with
tho Stages of tho Oregon and California Stag
Company. . . , .
CirTickcte for sale at all tho principal point!
in California and tho East, at Company's
Corner F and Front Sts Portland, Or.
Storago wilLbe charp"l on freight remain
ing atCompanys Warehouse over 21 houre.
Freight will not bo received for shipment
after 5 o'clock P. 31. on either tho East or
J. BRANDT, Gen'I Sup't
Gon'l Freight and Passengor Agent
R. KOEHLER , Vico President and Manager
Shoalwatcr Bay Transportation Co.
Astoria to Olympia,
I''ort Stevens. Fort Canby, Ilwaco,
North Ilcach.OystcrA-ille, Xorth
o'e, Petersons Point. JIo-
And all points on Shoal water Ray. and Gray
GEN. MILES, , w
Strs. or On Columbia River.
GEN. GARFIELD " Shoal water Eay.
" MONTESANO " Gray's Harbor
Connectinc with Stages over Portases.
Leave Astoria for Olympia, at - - 7 A. 31.
On Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
arriving at Montesano the day after leavlDg
Astoria through trip in CO hours.
Leave Olympia for Astoria on same days.
Street Improvement Notice.
Notice is hereby given that the Com
mon Council of the'City o Astoria pro
pose to order the improvement of that
portion of Genevieve street between the
north side of Chenamus street and the
south side of Seventh street all in the
Citv of Astoria as laid out and recorded
by John McClure and extended by Cy
rus Olney, in Clatsop county, Oregon,
by piling, capping, and planking the
same to its full width from said north
side of Chenamus street to the south
side ot Astor street, and by grading and
filling the same to its full width from
said south side of Astor street to said
south side of said Seventh street, the
said Genevieve street to be improved to
the grade for which notice is now being
given by publication in The Daily
Astokian. of said city of Astoria ; also
by building sidewalks on both sides of
said street, eight feet wide from said
Chenamus street to said Court street iu
And unless a remonstrance signed by
the owners of two-thirds of the prop
erty fronting on said portion of said
street be filed with the Auditor and
Clerk of said city within ten days or
the final publication of this notice, viz.
May ath, 1883, the Common Council of
said City of Astoria, will order said im
provements to be made,
B5- order of the Common Council.
Auditor and Clerk,
Astoria, Oregon, April 18th. 1883. 10t