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ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY MAY 1, 18S1 COMMERGAHD TRADE. FliititM-ial. ilvor, at p:ir. Com 9change on an Franco K Pr cent premium. Com excnunge on New York buying iar; selling, V5 to 1 icrconL Logal TcndcM par. Telegraphic traMfew on . lork J ier cent, premium. PORT OK ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. Lizzie Iredale. br bV S teas. Mossep. Queeos- town, April 2a Thnrland Castle br lilt tons. Shanghai April IS SUI.KD. Bute of California. ss. tfW ton. Debney. i K April 29 California, str. 671 tons. Carroll. Sitka April SI North Bend bit 37b tons Mem man b V April 23. Colombia, m. 2721 tons Holies i K. April 23 ARRIVALS FROM SEA. Oregon as. 2533 tons. Poblman. S F April 29 Gen "Wright U S str Denny Yaquina bay April 29 Mary K Bosasch S F April 23 Shubrick. U S Light-house str. Everson. north April 28 Geo Bewler, br sh 108 tons, Bewlevr. Yokohama April 27. Adulia. Spanish bk Stanlej F I. Jan 2 via Victoria Aprtl 2i. Pasitha.br bk S57 tons. "West, Lhorpool.ria Vic toria April 27. Selkirkshire. brsh. 1112 tons, Anderson, fin Cardiff April 25 Signet, bbk Victoria, April 21 County of .Ayr br bk. 499 tons. Aloxander Glas gow. April rt Athelstan, br bk fm Rio. April 28 Portland, bkt. S F April 22 Bllerbanks. br bk. 1100 tons. Parker. Yokohama. April C VESSELS Uy THE WAY. From American Ports. EmmiT Crowd t bk loading X Y April 27 Carrie "Winslow, Am bk. 9IJ tons. Philadelphia March 6 Alice Buck, Am sh loading N Y Colnmbia, sh 1355 tons. Humphrey, If Y. Jan 20. Empire, sh. 1132 tons. New York. Jan IS Gerten, sh. Philadelphia. Jan 13 Henry S Sandford. Am sh. 1159 tons. Sleeper. KY March 22 Kate Davenport, sh. 12JS tons. Mallett Jf Y Jai 13 Merom. sh. 1201 tons. Lowell, X Y Dec 15 Oracle, sh 1550 tons. MorUon. Philadelphia Mch2i Olive S Southard Am sh Philadelphia March S Palmyra , sh. iVO tons Minot If Y March 2 Saranacsh NY April 2C t Spartv sch S V March 16 Willamette, ss.3300 tons. N Y March 26 From Porfisu Ports. Aldcn Besse.Ambk, 61i tons. Xoyes. Hongkong April 10 Agnes Oswald, br sh. 1330 tons. McUibbon. Cardiff. Dec 10. Adolt. Swe. bk. G25 tons. Rinwnausson, Getten- tmrg.Uct 18 Argo, gr bk && tons. Gatze Valparaiso March 19 Banksfield Br bk Liverpool April 9 Bubton Vale, br bk. 27 tons. Buckingham Yoko hama Feb 1 City of Quebec br bk 7W) tons London Dec IS via Victoria Orossfield. lr bk. Liverpool. Mareh 20 City of Agra, br bk. 1871 tons. Young. Melbourne. Nov 8 Clan Grant, br bk. WH tons. James, f m Livenool. Nov 'it Coloma-Am bkSU tons. Noyes. Hongkong Jan 13 Countess of Rothms. br bk. Cardiff. Feb 23 Doxford, br bk. Liverpool Marc a 3 via Victoria Ethel, br bk.495 tons. Graham. Litorpool. Nev20 Faderncslandct. Swo bk Bordeaux. Oet 12 Glanperih, bs 1091 tons. Cape ot Good-hoie, dne June. Glengabcr. br bk, loading at Liverpool. Marion King br bk 5C tons Rio Janeiro Jaa 31 Oakworth, brsh. Yokohama, via h V April 2! Oberon.bs. 11S0 tons, Liverpool April 25 River Avon, br bk J'-S Hotter Liverpool Mareh 3 Sidlaw. Br bk 496 tec MeGlashan Middleberough Jan 12 Scottish Bard, Br bk. ReoLbampten. Maroh 19 Victoria Cross, br bk. Mtt tens. Owen. Calcutta. Zoe. br bk Liverpool via Victoria Jan 3 For additional ilitpihy hckw c our local columns. THE MARKETS. AstoriH Ini-ucis. Floor. Suporfino SI W; Extra $4 73; Corn Meal cvt. SJ 5; Buckwheat V cut S3 00. Butthk Choice roll, tS&SB cl. V ' CnKKSU-CJat5oii dairj lh20c Eggs. 2oi cts v doc Ctiickcns, S 1 00. Fkksii Mkats. Chwico outs. Lamb. 10c; Boof Sg.10: Pork 10; Mattoti bsjlO. liy the carcaso 8c Mlats. Broakftist bacoa 13S4fel"i per B; uides 13i414J4c; hhihs 151' 17c; showldars W12c ; suiokod boot 1 jlesc: corned beef SlO-valS t bbl.; corned ioik Wc B. Bkans. S4 cts. Luto. In tins and cndilios !." 17c "Hit-. HOXKV. Inframos 10c; ingla60c DniKi) Fnuns.--llhiekboriiesartc: Prunes 12U'. Mill Fkkk. BrH S1CK51 twn : choi feed S20: Shoiw ?mX : ilay 2uj$2 ton. Oats. According to iHRltty. pricos range from C0gC5 cts 1? bufacl. Vhgkahlrs. lotatfeo.s ct. V Onions 4g5c n. lb: Sau Franrisco JIarKctM. BY MAIL. AND TIEI.WIltAl'lI.l Wheat SI 401 -15 per cuntnl for good shipping. Oats si :wi m V etl. Wool OreKon, Valley 27: cts. V tb. Eastern Oiegon, isu iliDES Heavy salU'd 10c: light, do 9c ; salted calf, i)4. 10. Family Provision1 Ihicon, iy13 cts; clear Oregon . sides, loKJc; hams, 12K13 cts. JJauley Coast feed 80&83 cts; Brew ing Si 051 20 f? ctl. Hay Wheat, Sl3g5l3, OatvSll30 14, Barley, S10il4 y ton. Vegetables Potatoes xzXi cts ncr 100; Onions, red, $11 5ii per 100; Yel low, SlSl 50 per 100. Eggs California. :h& 17c fi doz; Ore gon, 3j40c doz. Flock Oregon extra, $4 25$4 r0; Walla-walla extra, 54 15$4 50. Butteu AXi) Chelae Extra fancy Butter, 40 cts, ?J lb; Fresh roll, good to choice, 4j47 cts; Pickled. 40 cts. V Seeds Flax,242c f lb; Canary, 33c; Alfalfa, 14l5c; Timothy, 8 lie H. Bags There is a good business in a jobbing way at Hi&ic for standard grain. FnulTS Dried apples, .r'K$ cts. 'V lb forqrs.; 5XGforsliced; Pears,8l0c; Plums. 5U, pitted 13(f 15; Penclie-S, 11 J3c; peeled, 17(&20. TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA From tables of Uuited Suites Co.ist Survey. Uifeb. Water. Low Water. Dato. A.M. r.n. A. il. p. it. 23 23..... 30.'.'.'.'. 1 2.. 4 5 C 0 13 .... 0 48 1 23 I 58 a 33 .03 ,-.& fil ,41,... 5 44 -.. 6 47..... .. 1 151 7 20.... .. lfiSI 8 12.... .. 2 37 8 o2.... .. 3 201 0 SO... .. 4 01 10 OS... . 4 50 10 4C. . B 3S 11 25.. . C 20 J 0 05 . 7 13 . . S 0l 0 57... G53 .. 7 20 ...8 02 ... 8 40 ...9 23 ..10 11 ...11 02 ..11 W5 ... 0C2 ..142 SSTWliat oleasure it is to pav ones debts ! In the first place, it reiuovcsthat uneasmess wmen a person iceis lrora dependence and obligation. It affords pleasure to the creditor, and therefore gratifies our social affection. It pro motes that future confidence which is so interesting to an honest mind. It opens a prospect of being readily supplied with what you -want on future occasions. It leaves a consciousness of our virtue; and it is a measure we know to be right, both in noint of lustice and sound nonn- omy. Finally,, it is the main support of simple repuuuiun. ray us, uiai we may pay others. Columbia River Exports. DECEMBER. 13 To Liverpool, per Childers. From Portland 1277 bbls flourj.. " Astoria 825 ' .... .S5C.47T. .. 3,900 Totals From Astoria 13.102 3.219 cs almon... SG0.375 .. 1G.033 Total value cargo .. 23 To Liverpool, per Largs. From Portland 11.625 bbls flour " Astoria 185 " -S7C.470 .$53,380 C2t $54,001 Totnls. 11.700 7 To Qucenttsim, per Chandot. From Portland 21.009 ctls wheat....... Astoria 23.17(5 " . Totals 4I.K7. IS To QuccntloWR.per Balmort. $33,635 34J3 $G$,49J .$11,614 From Portland 2 1,1 13 ctls wheat.... 31- i o yuec rMmm, pmaein Heed. I From Portland 32.4C7 ctls wheat. ...S48.7O0 11,W) Totals.... 39.S75 S59.700 JANUARY. 3 To Quetnstoien, per Lady Hicks. From Portland 22.CIC ctls wheat...-. 10 To Queenttoicn, per ampana. From Portlaud 20,839 ctls wheat i-29.000 12 To Liven', per Star of Uie AatUt. From Portlaud 11,538 bbls flour 33.305 21 To Liverpool, per Karl Derby. j v From Portland 10,557 bbls flour... i.S3E0l 409cslrult L.. SAO 3S cs salmon I -hoi From Astoria Total value 4W T1. -?,?rio .... $72,020 I'EBBUAUV. 1 To Liverpool, per OlUr. From Portland 4.955 bbla flour.. 4K9 ctls wheat. " 2,coS cs salmon .42&a .Y'.Z5xi8i Total .SiZ&M 2 To FalmovUi, per Pntdent. From Portland 19.G05 ctls wheat $23,427 1 To Literpoel. per Aoleia. From Portland 2C.521 hf sks flour. To Queensteicn, per Aberlenm. From Portland 24 421 ctls wheat- 5 To Liverpool, ver Doveriby. From Portland 17.123 sks flour.. " Astoria 18,970 cs salmon. . .S5G,337 ..$3450 . $30,200 ... 94.SS0 Total To LiterjMMl, per Durham. From Portland 1 Ikm ctls wheat, 8(23 bbls flour " Astoria c2 cs salmon . SiS5;0S- iW&Xr ..-fl 34M Total 9 To Quccnttown, per Ccraster. From Portland 18.42 ctls wheat... 23-To Liverpool, per Archer. From Portland 12.071 ctls wheat.... 7 C1 bbls flour. ... o0025 ..24.600 .JSI&OO ..JlfcO Total MARCH. 12 TV Qucenxtoum, iter Badura, From Portlaud 38.441 ctls wheat..!.. '..".! lArt 12. To Quecnutown, per Serica. I From Portland 23,800 ctls wheat .fL To Llvcrpttol. yer Rycvalc . From Portland 13.040 ctls w heat .i.. 8.000 bbls flour .... .$39,500 ..5205S2 . :B,o7i Total A..U..:$scfrU 22 To Qwcc;irtirH, per Qlencdrn From Portland 21,447 ctls wheat -..$25,418 20 To Qucenstotcn, per Viola. From Portland 20,403 cUswhcU $27,000 Ai-niu f " 9 To LiverjvHtl, per Scottish Fairy. From Portland 12i3 bbls flour $50,185 " Astoria COO cs salmon ...... 3,000 Total :S53,13j 12 To (juccnibncn, per Emily Chaplin. From Portland 24.40G ctls wheat.....M.$32,O0o 13 To Livcrjioohpcr Thurland Casllc. From Portland 12,le8bbLs flour. ... .9i;50 1G To QueemtoicR, per Clan McLcod, From Portland 22240 ctls wheat.. $30,W 29 To QHtcnxlown, per Lizzie Iredale. From Portland 24,280 ctls wheat .$35;210 Chamber of Commerce of Astoria. Itetihir meeting every 1st and 3d Monday of each month. at7H r. m.. in the hall of the Young Men's Christian Association. J. Q. A BOWLBY. President Knights ot Pythias, Astor Iodgo, No. C. K. of P. moot ovory odneuay evening at 7J.3K3 o'clock, in tho hall of the A. 0. U. VT. 1 Corner Cuonamus and Benton streets. By order a C. Astoria Lodge Mo. 40, 1. O. Q. T. Uegular Meetinp ovory Tuesday Evening at 74 o'clock, at Good Templar's Hall, Cbe nnmua Street, Astoria, over C. L. Parker's Storo Members of tho Order, in cood stand nc, are invited to attend. Degree meetinr 1st Monday each month. By order W. C. T. Temple Lodge, No. , A. F. A. M. irst and)ftc . at7Ji V Regular Communications first third Saturdays in each month o'clock, v. a., at the Hall in Astoria. Members of tho Order, in pood landing, are Beaver L.odsre No. 35, L O. O. P. i?&jji Moot every Thursday cvoninc.4i'Plvt. at 74 o'clock, in tho Odd Fcl-Sf low's HjlLeor. of Cass and Che- yJ"v nutuus streets, Astoria. Members of tho Order are invited to attend. By order. N.U, Common CounciL - Regular raocting second and fourth Tues dav uvcnincs ofeach month, at 74 o'clock oar Persons domng to havo matters acted uion by tho Council, at any regular mcetine must present the same to the Auditor and Clerk on or beforo tho Friday evening prior to tho Tuesday on which tho Council holds its regular meetings'. U. 11. CARD WELL. Auditor and Clerk. King of the Blood Is not a "rurr ?,' it Is a blood-purlflerand toiiii- Iimiiinlv nf Ilic lilnnd rwiknii'; thi ;vs lem, deranges tlie circulation, and thus In duces many disorders, known bv different names to distinguish them accordlng-to ef fects, but being really branches or phases of that great generic disorder. Impurity of Blood. Such are Dyj)epla, lilUiwtsnctx, Liver Complaint, Constipation. Ji'ertvm Dix orderx. Headache, Backache General Weak iw, Heart Dieac,Dropi, Kidixcy Dlxeaxc. Vilcx, niteumatixm. Catarrh, Scrofula, Skin Dixordcrx, Pimplcx. Ulcers. SiccUlngx, r., ilc. Itinc of the Blood prevents and cures these bj attacking the eawe. Impurity of tlie blood. GhcmLstsand phyMcians agree In calling it "the most genuine and efficient preparation for the purjKe." Sold bv Drug gists, 81 per bottle. See testimonials, direc tions. &c, in pamphlet, "Treatise on Diseases ol the Blood." wrapped around each bottle. I). 1LVXSOM, SOX & Co., Proiis. Buffalo. 2f.Y. C. H. STOCKTON, KCaXXSEJ, SXGcXC AXD -CARRIAGE PAINTER - PAPER HANGING AND WALL COLORING A SPECIALTY. GLAZING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ssShop next door to Astoria.Hi Office, in II Shustcr'sbidldlng. For Port Townsend, Victoria, Nanaimo, Fort Wrangle and Sitka. Carri-Injf U. S. Kalis. THE STEAMSHIP CALIFORNIA, JAMES CARROLL.. --Commander Will leave Portland for the abote ports, from Flander's Dock No freight for Alaska taken after 12 o'clock the dav previous to departure. For Freight or Passage npnlvto Ed. C. HUGHES, Partir. 5dNpL 3 MONTHS THE WEEKLY ASTOHIAHI Jij (7TfHiJaei29 WE WILL SEND THE WEEKLY ASTORIAN TO ANY ADDRKSS IN THE UNITED STATES. Postage paid by as, For the Balance of the Current Year, At the above rate Cash hi advance. DON'T DELAY ACCF.PTAN'CL OF THIS OFFF.IJ. THE (DAILY AN'D fS RESPECTED AND COMMENDED Impartiality, Ability, THE PAPERlHOR THE FOBTHE FARMER FOR TfflBMERCHANTV v D'Alf.Y ASTORIA! (POSTAGE KRKK TO DAILY, ONE" COPY ONE YEAR $! 00 DALLY. ONE COPY FOUR MONTHS 8 0 ErSample copies of either edition 10 cents. Address: I- C. IKEIiAAI), c- ftSPosUnitsters are authorized to act as THE STEAM PRINTING HOUSE HAS THE FASTEST AND BEST PRESSES, AND TYPE OF THE LATEST STYLES. r We purchase Paper, Cards, ink, and oilier mntrriaLs of the manufacturer JL."t LoTTrest Casli Rates, And can therefore afford to use, as we alwajs do. the best articles, while charging Cards, Envelopes, Circulars, Bill Heads and Letter Heads. THE EVERY DAY WANTS OF THE COUNTING ROOM AND THE WORK SHOP ARE SUPPLIED AT PRICES WHICH CAN NOT BUT GIVE SATISFACTION TO ALL. Henry Ahreiis. Heury Tiet jeu. T.V.Borstel. (imilMiO RBRWRltV. ' Uonru Afipone X, Pn Prnnrinlnre Henry AfirenS & U0., rrOpneiOrS, 1420 to 1434 Pine Street, SAN FKANCISCO. Irais brewery is the most popu- . larou the coatf. and huve established a branch iu tills clt v and is under the manage- ment of J. STRAUSS, who will b pleased to fill any order from a dozen bottles up toa tliousand barreLs. Tills beer needs no rec ommendation, as those using it once will neter use anv other. Orders left at the Oc cident Hotel or at Laac Foster's will be promptly attended to. All orders from a distance will receive prompt attention nromut attention. Families supplied with this excellent quali- ty of beer. J. STRAUSS, Agent, Watei street, next door to Isaac Foster's, Astoria. Oregon. C. LEIXEh'WEBKR. uiKAM unowx. KSTA11LISHRO 1&&". Leinenweber & Co., ASTORIA, OREGON, TAMERS AD .CURRERS, Manufacturers and Importers ol A LL KINDS OF AND FINDINGS Wliolesale Dealers in OIL AND TALLOW. 31ANUFACTURERS OF BOOTS and SHOES Highest casli price paid fori Tallow. ides and J. H. D. GRAY, Wholesale and retail dealer in. ALL KINDS OF FEED, Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc. General storage and Wharfage on reason able terms. Foot of Benton street. Astoria Oregon. FOB $j 50 ASTORIAN. WEEKLY) BY ALL FOR ITS Fairness awl Reliability. COMMERCIAL MAN, FOR THE MECHANIC, FOR EVERY PERSON. TEKIS: BY 3IAIT.. ALL SCRORIItKl!.) Publisher, Astoria. OrOROii. agents forTiiK A&tomax. V u T N9 K ASTORIAN r?s The aiost.Sttccr.NSial ICcmctly ever idLM.-oered.as it is certain in Its effects and ! does not blister. ALso excellent for huuian j flesh. Bead proof below. i From a Prominent Physician. WahhiRton llle. Ohio. June 17. lSSo. I Dn. B. J. Kknpalt. X Co.. OenN : Read- IK 1" advertisement In Turt, Field and Ffn;, .ofKendairs Spavin Cure. and having a :Unable andsjieeily Horse which had been 1 lmne from snaiu eighteen montiis. I sent to lyoti for a uottie uy express, wuicn 111 six J weeks removed all lameuejs and enlargc ! ment and a large splint from another horv, 1 and both hoisca are to-day as sound as colts. me one oottie was worm 10 me oueuunureu 'collars. Kespect fully yours. I II.A.BERTOLETT.M.D. KFNnALL'S SPAVIN CURE J" tnUHUU O rrtin UUnt. 1 llarrbburg. Pa.. Xov. 18, 180. Dr. B. J. Kcniiall & Co.. Gents : I have I aery fineinare tliathas had a bone spavin for a long time, 1 tried every thing man could dewse to cure it but all In :unaud w-.is about to give it up when a friend of mine in this city came to me and recom mended KendalrsSpain Cure which I tried 1 uiih mml Tfnlts. nmiovin? that bone clear and clean and then I sent 25 cents to you for lone or your illustrated Horse Books and I 1 think there is no better book printed on the I horse and his diseases. I hae taken great i Interest. In It and lave since sold 18 copies 1 for ou to my neighbors and will try ami do Wliai IIOUU liau uv kcuuix uiciii iui mnn.i. Yours truly, ti.W.MILLEK. KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE ON IIV.1IAN FIjESII. Bakerslleld, Vt.. Dec.,ITJ, 1P79. B. J. Kendall & Co.. Gents : I wiaii to add my te-dimtui v in favor of j our invaluable liniment. "Kendall's Spa in Cure." In the prlng of 1SC2 I slipiMid on the Ice and .sprained my right limb at the knee joint. I was ery Jame and at times suffered the most excruciating pain. I wore a bandage on it for over a vcar. and tried most every thing iu my reach, but could And nothing mat wouiu gi e me ermanciu reuei. u uen I overworked, it would pain me very much. In April 1878 I began to think I .should be a cripple for life ; out having some of "Ken dall's Spavin Cure" thought I would trylt I used one third of a bottle, and experienced reuei ar. once, ine pain leiimc aim 11:1s iuh troubled me since. I feel very grateful to von ana wouiu recommend -ivendairsapavin Cure to all who suffer with sprains or rheu matism. Yours truly, Mns. J. Boltell Kendall's Spavin Cure Is sure in Its effects, mild in its action as it does not blLster, and yet It Ls ienetratlng and powerful to reach any deep seated pain or to remove any bony growth or any other enlargement. If used lor several dajs, such as spavins, splints, curbs, callous, sprains, swellings, any lameness and all enlargements of the joints or limbs, or rheumatism in man and for any purpose lor which a liniment is used for man or beast. It Is now known to be the best liniment for man ever used, act ing mild and yet certain la its effects. It Ls used full strength with perfect safety at all seasons of the year. Send address for illustrated circular, which we think gives ikkIUvc proof of Its virtues. No remedy has ever met with such unquali fied success, to our knowledge, for beast as well as man. Price SI per bottle, or six bottles for $5 ALL DBUGGISTS have it or can get it for you,oritvriltbcsentto any address on re ceipt of price by the proprietors. DR. B. J. KENDALL & CO., Enosburgh FaUs, Vermont. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. 1. T. BAUCLA V. T. IL HATCH. HATCH & BARGLAY, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No, 20 California St., San Francisco, Cal, La, j NDAU C4) CL.K. BHYA2TT. , ,y-yw-r , ,u, sTaTNSVill' ' Woof oh aAEflrosnTB ? PACIFIC COAST AGENTS FOR J. .MISCELLANEOUS. Vitalizes and EnriUu a :!e iilood, Tone; tip tho System, Slakes the Wcsi Strong, Builds tip tin? Urokor- dovrn, Invisonitos th Brain. ai:l -CURES- Dyspepsia, Hervous Affections, Gen eral Debility, Xfeuralgia, Pever and Agne, Paralysis, Chronic Diarrhoea, Boils, Dropsy, Hnmors, Pemale Com plaints, Liver Com plaint, Bemittent Fever, and ML DISEASES ORIGINATING IN A BAD STAT! OF THE BLOOD, OR ACCOMPAKIED BY DEBILITY OR A LOW STATE Or THE SYSTEK. Supplies t'.e b'ocd with its Vital Principle, in Llfo llleuient, IllOX. infusing &trfnt;tU. Vlpror and New J.ife una all pirscf te s --teTn BEING FRLK 1RO.M AICOHOL, i-s cuyu S effecu are not followed by crropor. 1. ; 1 . iott, but are permanent. SETH W FOWLE & SOX;?, I'lpneio., . Harrison Aeaus, Boston. Sokl by sit DtuggLt al3-ay3 Curos and never disap points. Tho "world'a great Pnin Holiovcr for Man. rind Beast. Cheap, quiclc and reliahlo. PITCHER'S C.VSTORLV is not Xureotic. Cliihlreu gri'ov.- fat upon, Mothers like, and Physicians recommend CASTORIA. It regulates the Bowels, cures "Wind Colie, allays Fcverishness, and de stroys "Worms. WEI BE MEYER'S CA TARRH Cure, a Constitutional Antidote for this terrible mala dy, "by Absorption. Tho most Important TJi-soovcry sinco Vac cination. Other romedieu may relievo Catarrh, this cures at any stago hoforo Consumption bots in. AS AN ANTI-BiLIOUS MEDIGINE are incomparable. They stimulato th. TORPID IiIVER.mviKorate tho Z SRV OUS SYSTEM, givo tone to the DIGES TIVE ORGANS, craate perfect digestion and regular movement of the bowels. AS m AMTWiflALARlAL They have no equal ; acting an a prcvent lveand cure for Bilious, Remittent, Inter mitteuU TyphoidPevcrs, and Fever anc Agne. TJipon the healthy acticji cf the Stomach andIiivor dependa, almosi wholly, tho health of tho human ra. BYSPEPSIA. Itis for the cure of this disease and ib at tendants, SICK-HEADACHS, JTSRVj ousNESs, DESPONDEWcr, corr- STTPATIOM, PXLES, &c.. Uist thetc Pills havo gamed such a wide reputation. No remedy wasever discovered that acts so apeeculy and gently ontho digezavo or gans. KtvmKjhemtonojmd vigor to at. srmQate food. TM3 accompiiahed, th NERVES are BRACED, the BRAT! NOURISHED, and the BODY"RO BUST. Try this Remedy Curly and yca wul gama Vigorous Body, Para BIc.-'d. Strong Nerves, and c Cheerful mind. Price 2oc. 35 3Inrray St N. V. TUTT'S HAIR DYE. Grat IIaib on Weiskxks ck.'-od lo a il liULCXbrasinele applr-tioa cl th DtK. 1' t.u ncrts a Xstarsl Colr. acd arts InUnt tpfn-rfj SoldbyDrnisiefRortcntbjrei rnreceic Office, 35 Murray St., H&.v York THE ASTORIA Photograph. Gallery CAJtI SIZE POTOKAPIIS, S2 30 Per Dozen. CABINET SIZE PHOTO GKxVPHS S4 00 Per Dozen. BPfiClal rates for families B Bti W i?y R 1 voSSft R. LEESON & CO., BOSTON. MISCELLANEOUS. For London Direct. The undersigned have under jtl charter a tirst elass cg. JOI Al Iron Itarqne 22' Due at ASTORIA early in M. which will be put 011 berth to load for LONDON DIRECT. In lots TO SUIT SHIPPERS will be taken at KZIASOXABI.C RATES. For FRUIGHT and other particulars, apiih to I Cor. Front and Ash Streets, First Class Ships FROM AStOria UlreCt tO LIVerpOO. ' IHelit m rwenwl to change steamers or THKOL'Gn TICKETS sold to all the prlu nrUlKOrcmoUTTHE SAWIOX SEASOX .clnulcitieMn the United States and Canada. X. w will haveim . THE BERTH AT ASTORIA, First Class Ships to Sail Direct for Liverpool. Salmon taken 111 lots to suit Miippers at 1 ft. fj in. iueaiireiHeiit per eae For full uarti'iilars regarding ratON of fn'khl and lHranei apply to KdDCKUS.MKYEItx. CO. PorUaud. Oregon, 9J-dlni r Salt FraneKeo, C.U. ' !MACtIt17S 0. CROSBY, 7 IValer in 'HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,; Iron Pipe and Fittings, Pinters anil Steam Fitters Goods and Tools, SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD, SHEET IRON TIH AND COPPER. XHTITI llRSv u Stoves, Tin Ware and Housei10" Furnishing Goods. JOBBING IN SHEET IRON, TIN, COP PER, PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING Done with r.eatness and dispatch. None but first elass workmen employed. A large assortment ot SCALES Constantly on liuHd. First Class Saloon. CHICAGO BREWERY DEPOT, On the Roadway, opposite the Oregon Itall uaj ami NtigationCoS wharf. Xew Bagatelle Table, iThc Chinese must go. The choicest iramls of foreign and domestic mixes. i.iquoits xxn cigars trl$et Chicaso JIeer."55 c. e. J rcis J. A. MQXTflOMKRV. sxo3?a:s:E;3R STOVE AND TIN Solo Agents for the o-rnnr OlUnr. Magee Standard Ranges, Etc. ,2!S5SS.or tho0reKOnand CaUfornia I tE"Tickets for sale to all the principal points ASTORIA. - OREGON. in California and tho East, at tho Company' 1 Office, UTTT T T A TVT 17 TS C A "R ' Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Ogn W i. il il J. il If J. JCi if U H Xt j j storage will bo chargod on freight remain-n.-. Ar: n,i ft,an,.;(roai. i ngatCompanys Warehouse over 24 hours. Corner Main and Chonamus Streets. Frcisht will not be received for shipmert ASTORIA OREGON, i aftr 5 o'clock P. M. on Eastside Division, ' and C o'clock P. M. on AVestside Division. BKiLBs is t J.BRANDT.JrMGen'lSup't. CIGARS AND TOBACCO, j 'f&atuvamm&gmt The Celebrated JOSEPH RODCERS & SONS GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY AND THE GENUINE WOSTENHOLM and other English Cutlery. FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS Genuine Heershaum Pipes, etc, A fine stock of Wntrlict and .Tewelry, Inzzle and Brcecli I.oadins Shot Gnns an Itlfles, Itevolvern. Pistols. anil Ammunition HARIXB GIi ASSES. ALSO A FTSE Assortment of fine SPECTACLES and EYE GL.VSSES. MILLS AT JOHNSTONE, SCOrD. & GRAFTON, MASS. TItANSPORTATION LINES. Oregon Railway & Navigation COMPANY. OCEAX DIVISION. Between San Francisco & Portland. STEAMSHIP LE.V.VES EVERY FIT: DAYS LKAVE SAX FRANCISCO AT 10 A. M. LEAVK rOKTL.VXD AT 3 A. 31. state Cnlifomla Orcsou. Columbia. April 21 April 25 May 1 May C May 11 " 10 " 21 .20 31 June 5 June 10 June 15 Jo ' .......25 " .......30 July ..!.."."."."". 5 Julyr.!l0 July !!!".!!15 " .20 ' .25 " 30 Aug. .... 4 Aug .. . 9 Aug 14 i ... jg .........24 ......29 t atatei'ulirorula Oregon. Coluaibla. April S May .. 2 May 5 May 13 18 " 23 " -23 June 2 June 7 Jane 12 17 " 22 " . ...: 27 July . 2 July 7 July 12 " ..17 " .22 - 27 Aug 1 Aug C Auk .11 " 16 " 21 " -2G ' . Si Sept 5 River and Rail Division. Columbia, Willamet and Yamhill Riuers. FEBRUARY 1. 1831. 1 I.eu e Port-I 1 laud for Mon Til. We. Thu. Frl. Sat. Dalles. Wal la Walla. Umatilla, and no riv er pomM Astoria. Ka- '. A.AI 3 AM 5 AM SAM AM 5 AM laina. Taco na.beattle Vi-e'na. Sexr West'mstr GAM 6 AM RAM CAM SAM 6 AM SAM PAM 'fathlamet. I'ay View. j 2b wa. Brook- field. J6AM 6 AM Westport. 1 P 1 1 1 1 on. Knap pa. 1 Diton ..-. , batem. Al 6 AM 6 AM AM 7 AM bany. Cor rallw. and iBtenuedi- ate points 6 AM 6 AM okxekal effices: Comer Front and D Streets, Portland. .1. MoCRAKEX & Co.. Agents Mate of California, j A. L. MAXWELL, . Ticket agent O. K. & X. Co i.IOIIXMUIR. (cncral trcight and rassenger agent. T. F. OAKES. Vice President aniLIanager. Astoria to Forts Stevens, Canby, II waco, Oysterville and Olympia. ilwaco Steam Navigation Go. rp Until further notice the Ilwaco &a. Steam Navigation Co's steamer 1 GENERAL CANBY, I WIIITCOMB MASTER I , ! on j ,.1IoiuIajs, Tuesdays, and isnturdayfi, At 9 A.M., Fort Stewus, Fort Canby, and llwae Connecting with ..A.Loomis'stagosforOys ' terrillo and Olympia, on Tuesday's and Sat- ' uruays. 50cta mid Ilwaco . 31 CO I as-lhvaco freight, by the ton, in lots ot I one ton or over, $2 00 per ton. eurx or Iickou, lonmgo or Charter apply either at the ofiico of the Company, Gray's wharf, foot of Benton street, or to the Captain on board. J. II. D. GRAY. Agent. Oregon & California R.R. Co I On an alter Oct. 11, 1SS0, trains will run as fol lows, DAILY (Except Sundays), KiSTStDE DIVISION. FROM PORTLAND TO ROSEBURQ. JtllL TOAUt LEAVE. ARRR'E. Portland .7:30 A. M.Roseburg..7:00 P. M Hoseburg.-5:00 A.M.lPortland 45P M ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN. LEAVE. ARRIVE. Portland -1:00 P. M.ILobanon 9.20 P. M Lebanon 4:43 A. M.Portland.10:05 A.M FREIGHT TRAINS. LEAVE. ARRIVE. Portland 0:15 A. M.I Junction 6:00 P. M Junction 5:1 A. M.IPortland 5:25P. M Tho Oregon and California Railroad 1 erry makes connection with all Regular Trains on EaMside .Division. WKSTSIDE PlYIStOX. From Portlaud to Corvnllls. lIAIt. TP.AIX LEAVE. ARRIVE. Portland S:00 A. M.ICorvaliis ..S:00 P. il I Corvallis S A.M.lPortland 30JP. M i Close connections nro made at ROSEBURG For Youngs River and Knappa. The Steamer 3IAGXET, C.W. HAMLIN, - - MASTER AVill make rctnilar trins to Younes River ; everj Friday and Knappa eery Tuesday. Tlie Magnet is ready for charter to any point on the bay. For f reiglit or passage apply on board or at f. W.Case's. Astoria and. It.iiappton. Regular Mail and rassenger Steamer ROSETTA, C. BROCK.. . .JJASTER cs-"Will leave Knappton for Astoria and return daily. CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL. Also have a lighter which enables her to carry wood or freight of any kind. B3For charter, freight or passage, at liv ing rates apply on board, or at I. u. Case's store. -f igjss 'et-4 ti"