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k gutty storau. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10, 1883 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE TORT OF ASTORIA. RKAin FOll SEA. tsU Lucie. Am fp Queenstewn Nov 5 Fiery Gross, Ur sp Que n town Xov 7 Martabtn, Ur fcV Qnecnsiowo Jfov S " Kapunda, Br sp Qnennstcvrn Nov 9 Ecnllihlro, Br bk Qnecnstown Not 9 SAILED. Idaho, f AUVa Nov It A I1RI VA LS FJIOX SKA, St&lo.of CaKfornla.es Debncjr. b l'NovO Llzsie Boll. Br W: 1036 WilminEton Nov a VESSELS IS THE RIVER. o Imperial. Am sp Olive S.Southard. Amsp Ked Cross. Am sp lee KJnc. Am sp Virjro, Sw bk Helicon. Hhot&n. Br sp Oberon, lirgp Ironside, Br bl: lialaklava. ilr su Caitlock. Oct A) Idle dl Anclesea. Br Uk Coldstrcam. Ur lik Antwerp, Br bk RoiTland Hill. Br) blc Hlnrof Krin. Ilr sp Spirit of the Dawn. Br MtWashincton. Am sp Highland Lijrht, Am.ep "orsica, Amta Reaper, Am sp Indiana. Am sp, CJarrie "Winslow.Am bk O D Bryant- Am bk Martha Fisher, Scottish Prince, Br bk Killochan, Br sp I'.lr.nsfoll. Br sp Aman, Brfp (ilau Ferguson Br bk (ilenporis, Br bk Lake Krin. -Br sd Oberon. Br bk VESSELS OA THE WA J . i'roai Forolsru 5ortK, for fh Columbia IClrcr AborstwitU Castle. Br sp 16S livcrpeet Sept II Bancs, Brbk lllOO 1,'cwcastlo. Sept a m Bolivia. Br bk R Callao Blemah, Ursp955 Wilminsteu BarRany. Brsp Aiiil28 Clyde City of Madrid, Br sp Nocastla Sept 8 Cynisca. Br bk 7 S S W J nly S4 Chas. CoteswoVtlu Br bk Liverpool City of Carlisle, Br bk Greenock Atrsll Kskdale. Br bk Liverpool July 8G Gleniffer. Br ep 9X I'ort Chalxncra iejt IS (iirvas. Brbk April 2C London Harry Bailey. Brbk Boonos Ayres Isle of lirin, Br tp Sydney Sept Id Inchgreen. Brsp HOI Greenoek, JuhcX .lanot McNeil, Br bk Jnne IS Clate Kolvcrdale. Brbk 1191 N S W 1 JKlstocV. Br bk 81C N S W Sopt 1 Mailscstc, Brbk Honolulu Oct 2S Morayshire, Br p 14S Lith. July 24 Oban Kaj , Br bk Totraivi.le Sept 1 Uakworth. Br sp Feb J) Lorn! on River Indus, Brsp 50SS ' Scottish Bard. I'r bk Stfi Brisbane S?f Strali Bell. 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Tiie height 5s reckontd from the level nl lnj;s are slven on tlir Const Sum-y olittrts. SOCIETY JJEKrtXWH. Temple liotljre, Wo. 7A-F.A.M. KIvliULAi: COMMUNICATIONS first and tiiird Tuesdnft-s in enchlfV month, at 7i o'cloclc. v. m. at theV Hall iu Astoria. Member of the order In y;ooa staiuliii? arc invito! t attend.. By order or the W. M. Beaver Lodge Ko. 35, 1. O. O. P. "EULAK MKETrXd 1ZV it. en- 1 hursdny evening a! jP--lialf-rKist seven o'clock, at IhiiQ&Vlf 1a)iIl-h mom hi Oibl Pllowwlf-ili t'w Astoria, Sojourning lnanibers of the order in mum M.iimuiK, eiiRiiany invueu loaneod. lly onler X. II. Ocean Encamp merit. No. 13, 1. 0. 0. P. OVULAR MEETINGS OK OCEAN EN- jlvj cainjinient No. 13. T. O. O. v., at the Uiget in Hie Odd Fellows lUiilding, at half iiast seven r. si., on the second and iourui Ainnuays oi ejutii inontn, it)Jouni ing brethren eordia'.lv invited. Hy ortler C. I. Seaside Lodge No. 12, A. O. TJ. W. REGl'LAIi TdEETJNGS OF SEASIDE 1nlge 2io. 12, A. O. f . AY. v,1ll be lield in Pythian. Hall oiwEndHV evening ot each wcfk, at 7 ' o'cloclc i ai. Members -of the order in good standing. and visiting Broth ers are iuvited to attend. Library will be oihmi fifteen minutes before ai.d after each meeting. Ity oitler J. W. aiJUOWX.Uec Astoria Lodge-No. 40. L O. G.I. REG UL AJ I SI EETING EVE 11Y TUESDAY evening at 7 o'clock, at 1'vthian Hall. Astoria. M embers of the Order,, in good standing, are Invited to attend. Degree meeting first Monday of cacli month. Uy order AV. C. T. American Legion of Honor. REGULAR MEETING OF ASTORIA Council No. 09.V is held on the first and third Tuesday of each month, at 7 o'clock v. u. By order or the Council Commander. 11. V. MONTE1TII, Sec'ty. Common Oounciu REGULAR MEETINGS, SECOND AND fourth Tuesday evenings of each month at 7,i o'clock. iSTJVrsons desiring to have matters acted upon by the Council, at anv regulnr meet ing must present the same to the Auditor and Clerk, on or before t lie Friday evening prior to the Tuesday on which the Council holds its regular meeting. THOS. S. JEWETT. Auditor and Clerk. STAR MABKET. WHERRY & G033IPANY, Prcsli and Cured Meats, FRUITS.. BUTTER, and EGGS. OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL, CHE.VAXUS Street, Asterla , Oc Columbia River Exports. BniriiENTS romaos. RECAPITULATION JANUABy 'SS. CJH.W bus. wlreai S 30G10 50,257 bbls flour. 237.176 Total, 3 (uusoos '. FEEr.uAitr. Wheat. 1C0.O05 1ms., value Flour, 23,400 bbls., " 179.105 . 141,408 ,? 323.C01 . 216.7o0 .$3H.HI7 1S.080 C.S00 Total. 5 cargoes mai:uh. Wiieat H07.S24 bushels) Flour(18.141 bills) Salmon (20n8 enses) ... Lumber (500 M) Total (8 cargoes) ' AhllL. Flour, 24,SS0bbls Lumber, 375 31 . Total, 3 cargoes . MAY. ?R93,mi ,.5135 JK4 . 46.000 S1S0,SW Flour 3.525 bbls Wheat 4D,212 bus Total, (I cargo) a.. JUNK. Flour. 991 bbls Salmon, 37,733 cs . ... Total, (1 cargo) J UI.V. Flour, 1.3H bids Salmon, 11622 cs Total, (3 cargoes)!... :., S7C.977 S' 4.970 1&.W5 10SJD3 S 7.673 ESI.OIO ..-Siaojss AUGUST. Flour, I.93lJbbls Salmon,72,0B7 as...... . Total, 2 carKocs.............. SniTRMUUK. A1ieat,lSC.4S3busM. Total (2 cargoas) . .. OCTOIIRK. Wheat, 740,013 bus .1 Flour, K.172 bbls ; Salmon. 33,423 cs TotHl (H cargoes) XOVKMKKU. 1 To (iuccnistoiCR por Aftm. Flour. 1S.828 bbls . 2 To Hong Kong per Titan. Flour, S.1X2 bbls . GJass, 120 bbls 21.MC JHW.186 -..1B7wT ..4l277e ...ll,27fl Mr 1C1 $m.m ?23i Total ..S22.0!R C To QiucnsiMon'por St. JmcUu Wheat, CC.230 1ms 7 To Quccmtoicn per Fiery Cm, ...i61.tl5 Wheat, 77,81C bus 7.'.SH 8 To Qiicenstmon jcr 2-Iarla Ihih Wheat, 2S.410 bus &ms9 oTo Quwr.Moirn per Kapvmla. . " ftlicat, 52, bus .fKI.OR j To QM.rtfWH par Banfthtrc. Flour, 10,213 bbls SlM.l" Domestic Esoorts. . . The reeoijits of certain articles of Or oijon produce, at iSan Francisco, jfrom .lanttary 1, 1SK5, to October 24tli, iiicJu sive, have been as follows : Flour, qr sks... ... 44.4UB JM:17R l,5t - m 371 28.411 W.2ID S2 () 11 at ins 6.401 $! 4lil 20 (Ti 11 Till 14 Wheat, ctls...... Oats-, etls Salmon, bbls . lif bbbi lgs Apples, ltipe, bxs..;... liutter. kgs Potatoes. sks.......... Wool, bales............ Hides, No.................. Tallow. pkg. l'.eef, bbls J Hay. baJes........... Quicksilver. llHSks Fruit, Dried, pkgs Leather, pkgs..M.. Hops, bales ... Hhius. pkgs ....... Cheese, es........... Flaxseed, sks.. ... Corn, ctls Canned GoimIs, cs... I Jtnl. igs......M..... 'I'.acon. cs..... Antoj in otnil Ularkel, Flour per sack S1J50. Wlut, per cental S2.(W. Oats. - 2.10. Uaeon. sides per lb, Ifijj cts. Shouhlers, 15 cXs. Hams, lfieSci. J.nrd. 17 ots. JJccf, 12K20 ct.s. Mutton, 1215 CtF. iorl:,12Klocbi. Veal, ir,(iH cts. ' Butter, ier roll 73 to :if ct&. Ffics, per dozen ja to 00 cts. Potatoes, per U1 cLs. Apples, green, per liox S1JV0. to Clieese, per 1U2J cts. Cornmeal, per fi ! cLs. Oatmeal, Gcts. IJeansr " -liJ clR. ColTec, 4 1240cLs. Tea. " 40c SI. Kiecv " Relucts. Sugar, u lOteUel. ' Svrup, per gallon 7."ic & $l. Ifonej', per gallon S1.50. Salnmn, per Ttir.i. Onions, iier lb 2. els. Apples (hied per lb Y2 vi. reaches " 12 18. civ. , & Plums. " " 123 T 10 clJ?-- ft Candles, per 3L 25 cts. m Chickens, per dozen 6b. Z Hay, per tonS2Ti. 1 1 ides, per lb G ( fl cts. Oils, per gallon, boiled linseed. ?oc; raw linseed, 70c; coal oil, 40c; larrl f I2r. MARKETS. CENTRAL MASKET. General assortment of table stock conMantSK on narul. such as Canned Fruits and JeJly; Paaon, Hams, Shoulders, Lard T:S. 25tJTTJEEt, CKEESK. Fresh Fruits ant! Yessfables2 FISEI. J'OCTiTJSY AXI GAME . Iu the season. C5CAKS .JSJ TOBACCC). Bcst r xirrssss atjij- XiIquoiuc All chesp for CASII. Goods sold on com mission. Opposite J . W. Case's store. J.JiODGKRS Washington Market-, Main Street, - - .Aslcria Oregon BERGMjUT xS "JSERJIY RESPECTFULLY CALL Till? ATXES tion of the public to tie fact that the above Market trill always bo supplied tritb a . FULL VARIETY BEST QTJAT1TY FRESH AKD CUrtED MEATS I 7hicavill bo sold at lowest rates, wholosal androtaiL Special attention civen toaipb wr 8bixs. LOOK MERE ! "We respectfully inform tlie public that ire will always keep on hand the best quality iT Fresh, -and Cured Meats ALSO Choice Family Groceries;. Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Crockery al Glass-ware. Ships, ITotels and Boarding Jlouses strp plied on liberal terms. A share of tle public patronage Is respect fully solicited. dtf . WARREN & THOMPSON. &. A. STINS0N & CO., BLACKSMITHING. At Capt. Rogers old stand," comerof Cass and Court Streets. Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoeing. Wagons made and repaired. Good wrack guaranteed. to vigorously push a business strength to study a profession, strength to regulate a household, strength to do a day's labor with out physical pain. All this repre sents what is wanted, in the often heard expression, " Oh ! I wish I had the strength!' If you are broken down,, have not energy, or fesl as if life was hardly worth liv ing, you can be relieved and re stored to robust health and strength by taking BROWN'S IRON BIT TERS, which is a true tonic a medicine universally recommended for all wasting diseases. Soi N. Freaont St., Itshiraore During the war 1 was in jured in the stomach by apiece of a shell, and have suffered from it ever since. About four years ago itbrought on paraly sis, which kept me in bed six months, and the best doctors in the city said I could not live. I suffered fearfully from indigestion, and for, over two years could not eat solid food and for a large portion of the time was unable to retain even liquid nourishment. I tried Brown's Iron Bitters and now after taking two bottles I am able to get up and p around and am rapidly improving. " G. Decker. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is d complete and sure remedy for Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Veakness and all diseases requir ing a true, reliable, non-alcoholic tonic. It enriches the blood, give? new life tothe muscles and tone to the nerves. - OF WE 0? THE OLDEST AKD KCST F.EClASLt nEHEDlES IN THE W0HLD fOR THE CURE OF Cougtis, Colds, HoarsoiiesSj Soro Throat, BroncMtis, Iniiueiisa, Astlnna, Wliooping Cough, Croup, and Every affection of tao THROAT, LONGS AND CHEST, Including A WELL-KNOWN PHYSlCIAff WRiTES: "It does not Axy up a couh, and leave I be cauw teklad, as is the case with icoit prcjjaiations, lw b9MHS ii, cleanses the lungs and allays irritation Shus removing the cause of complaint." KO NOT KI2 DECErVilD hy articles iat g liatHar.niracs. Be sure you get DR. W1STAIVS BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY. KhtLescnjtureof"I. P.UTTS" on tV-MT.vpef CO ffcnt and S1.00 a 2SoiUo. VtcpzKi Simt W. FOYLF. ft SONS, Rtm ca. Mast. FuU W i'- isif ar-J Voters ear&Ii' SLIGHT 0DM. A Little Story with a fcarjre Slorcl One 7rJan who I&iicw ItiK Own BnHinoxH. "No. my dear,tid tio Ten oral.il o koenor of a country store to a timid littlo girl ivlioso head scarcely camo m to tho level of tho counter. ISo. my dear, wohaYon't any red flannel, bat wo havo s onio first rate" 2ow Or leans molasses." SoRly hinting that sho didn't think that trould answer tho purposo quilo as well, tho child went her way in search ofthc nrticlo sho wanted. "Have you BENSON'S CAPCINE PLAS TERS?" asked a rcntloman of a certain dnuj gist whose natno could bo civen were it do sired. 'I am troubled just now with a touch of my -old friend, tho lumbago, and the Ben son's Platter seems to go to tho spot almost as Eoon as it loaches tho skin." "Not at present." replied tho druggist, gen ially " but, we havo lots of plasters just as good. There i3AHcock's, tho Capsicum and others won't ono of them do as well?" . "My dear sir," retorted tho gentleman' with a slight show of temper, "I say nothing against thoso articles, but I am a business man, and always ask for precisely what want, and for nothing clio. I may nnlightcn you , however, when I say tbat sometime ago, 'or anotbor disease, of which tbo Capcino has sinco cured me, I tried all thoso you mention, with no appreciable bonoDt. They aro ineffi cient, ero'ry ono of them, tho meanest act o! tho proprietors of somo of them being this : that they mako plasters with similar sound ing names to dectivo tho nnwary into believ ing they aro tho samo thing. Experienco taught mo tho difference. I'll go to tho next man in your line. Good day." Bo on -jour guard against imitations. Tho genuine has tho word CALCINE cut cleanly in tho middle of tho plaster. All others aro impositions. Seabury & J obnson, Chemists, New York. W. E. DEMENT & GO. ASTORIA, - - - OREGON Carry in Slock, DRUCS, CHEMICALS, TOILET' and FAKGY ARTICLES. Prescriptions carefully Compounded Croup, Whooping Cough and Bron chitis immediately relieved by Shlloh's Cure. Sold by W. E. Dement. Mm Another Balloon Experiment. The St. Louis Globc-Bemocrat has the following item respecting M. Gen tiL the inventor of the balloon, of which onr "Western contemporaries have lately had considerable to say: M. Gentil was a medical practitioner m Jb ranee, but owing to pohtical rea sons he came to America in 1SG2, and settled in St. Louis as a locksmith. It has been his life dream to make an air ship, and he has constructed fonr different machines, each susceptible of improvement. The final effort is a cigar-shaped balloon, with gas com partments, a rudder at the thick end, and screw shaped, sails at each side to raise or lower the altitude. He claims that he can steer hifi air nhip at will, work his pinions, and raise her when the lifting powor ot the gas is exhausted. The whole is enclosed in a network,- from which depends the car supported by a series " of guys, ropes, stays and" gaskets, having the look and gearing of ibe main deck and bulwarks of a fnll-rigged ship. The model is suspended from the ceiling of his little shop in St. Louis, and is his idoL ''It is for the scien tific public," Gentil said, "the work ot my Jife; and shall I, then, prostitute my grand work by putting it upon exhibition at ten cents a head like a stuiTed whale or petrified hog? I want no money. I give it to the people, and I am happy." Plenty of I-ind Yi-t. Some will tell you that all tho real ly valuable western lands have loui; since been taken up, ami that only rocks anil arid deserts remain; others, that after the completion or the Pa cific railroads there will be only a row branch lines left to be built in the far west; others that the mines of the l'ocky Mountains will soon be exhausted, :tnd that when they fail we shall see that region deserted. Such is the language of the croaker, of the disappointed man who failed in the west, as he would have done everywhere; of the casterii man who thinkr civilization is bounded bv the Mississippi. Bnt if you have lived in these rogions, or visited them, yon will believe that never at any time in the history of our country "have Iter prospects for rapid growth and con tinued prosperity been any better than at tho present tune. Each year sees new regions not only opened up, but others discovered to be valuable for Pome purpose, while the ever growing network of iron bauds binds the whole country in a closer union. Harper's. There is no truth in the rcjiorts that work on the Central Pacific in the northwest had been stopped. "Work is being vigorously pushed for ward to the Eoekies, ?:s long as the weather permits. "Work on the Lake Superior district will go on all win ter, and supplies are going forward rapidly. "Work on tho Seattle railroad goes right along, with all apparent speed, but slowly withal. Instead of being completed in 18S2, as originally con templated, and by the 1st of Septem ber, 1883. as anticipated later, it prob ably will not bo fully opened for traffic before the first of Jannarv, 1S5L j- Gov. Newell says that the Indians are monopolists; that each man, woman and child owns over 5000 acres of the finest land in "Washing ton Territory, and that, in connection with the N. P. IL E., they own nearly one-fourth of this grand empire. P Ii AND OEGA SMALL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS SPREADS AND STOOLS JS32.0Gfc Music, Piano, and Organ Instructors. -CnHEBltATEl- steck & mm HMOS ! USED r.Y- "President of United States" "Governor of Oregon' And other prominent persons. Pianos and Orpins of incny leading inake. wholesale and retail, including CELEBRATED TABER ORGANS. Largest House on Tlris Coast. Instruments of All Kinds Tuned and Repaired. GrAEDNEE Bros., 165 First Si., Portland, Oregon. BUY THE BEST ! BARBOUR Irish Fiax Salmon Met Threads Woodberry, and Needle Brands. SEINE TWINES. AND CORK AND LEAD LIKES, FIsli Pounds, SeincH, and XetH -imported to Order, a Larffe StockofNettinr, MshLines AND FISH HOOKS. CONSTANTLY ON HAND. ' HENRY DOYLE & CO., 517 and 519, MARKET STREET SAN FRANCISCO. JSrXgenls for the Pacific Coast. Administrators Notice. 7VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT tne undersigned, executor of tho last vrUl and testament of Henry Miller, de ceased, has filed his fin.il account as snch executor In the County Court of the State of jjicKon ior uiaisop county, anu tne same juw ueeu ses xor ueannjron iionuay. .lanu- 1 w ! ICQt n AM J. 1 ... r' " J.xrt, ut icu vi ciuvh. ill me lurcuuoii, and all persons Interested may then and tucrc uppvur uiiu oe nt-aru in reiauon thereto. d5w JOID H0BS0N. flftP SCROFULOUS, INHERIT CONTAGIOUS "j"JJ 2 WO fcrolalou? Ulcers broko out on A my body until iny breast was on mars of corruption, f-'omo of tboe uleers were not ess th .n ooe and ono half inches in diamctor. the edge rouch. ra?ed and seeinicgly dead, tho cavity oien to the bono ar.d tilled with oSernre matt- r. Kverytbins tnowc to the iif dical fa ultv was tiicl in rai t. Gradually the bno iUeli became disoased. and then the soQoring betran in earnest. Hono Ulecrs b can to take the plice of those hitherto on the surface. 1 became a mere wreck, tor month? at a timet could not set nw hand? to my bead becnuti of extreme soreness. COULD KOT7URH Ul BED. Knetr not ubat it was to bo an bonr even frea from iwiin. Had reason to look unon life it relf as a enrro. In the fummorof 1SS, after ten years of tlii wrecbod existence. I began to ums tho Cctk cr Itr.aKDiKS, and after two years' p'srsltent ue of ihem tho last uleer has he .led. The dread disease has sneenmbed All ovor tbo breast where was once a mass of corruption is now n heal Iiy skin. My weight has increased from one hundred and twenty three to one hundred and fifty-six pounds, and tho rooU work is still going on. I feel myself a new man. and all through the Cuti cam x.craeltcs. JAM KS E. UICH AKDdON, Custom House, Sew Orleans. Sworn to before United States Commissioner. J. 0. CRAWronn. TO CLEANSE THE BLOOD oi .Scrofulous. Inherited and Contagious IIu wr.-, and thus remove the most prolific cause of human suffering to clear the Skin of Disfig urin? blotch e.. Itching Torture. Humiliat ing Eruptions and l.;ith?ome Soro caused by Impure or t oioncd Blood, tt purify and Iianti'y the Skin, and lestore the Hair so that no trace oftheoi-'oae reniainy. mcr k.v ltKsot.riT. -he new. L'Ir.od Purifier. Diur etic and Aperirnt, at d Ccrn-f R.v and Ccticc- ra c-ou. the great-Skm Cures and JJouutihers are inf dlible. Thfiy are tho only remedies that succeed when physicians and all other means fil. GREAT BLOOD MEDICINES. The hah ha not ben told as to the great curative powers of the CirricrRx I'eudiks 1 have paid hundreds of dollars for medicines to cure diseases of tbe blood and skin, and never found anything yet to eiual tho Ccti ccra Kkmrtoks. CM AS. A. WILLIAMS. I'rovidonce, IU I. Prioo of Cv i ck . imall boxes, rc. ; largo boxe. I. Ccticlkv Kicoatest, SI per bot tle, t'flll t'ltA Sor. 23c. CnifVBA SllAV ixcFoAi. IV. Sold by all drnggisU. I'ottkk Drih .r.n Cm m. Co.. Boston. Si'inJ ror"IInir ft Ctirr Ji!M it!scac.". COMPLETE TREATMENT $1 r sinclo doso of ia.nford's JCndirnl rc instantly relieves tho most violent tneaiins or UeaQCoId Clears tho Head as hy masie. stons watery discharKCS from th( Xoso and Eye, prevents Hinging Noboa in tho Jlcad, euros ftervons llojdacho. nnd Mio.lues Chills and Fevor. In Chronic Catarrh it cleanses tho nasal nasacos of foul mucus, re stores tho sense of smell, tasto. and hcarinz when affected: frees the head, throat, and bronchial tubes of olfcnsivo matter, sweetens and purifies tho breath, stops tho couch and arrests the progress of Catarrh towards Con sumption, Ono bottlo I.adical Cure, one box Catarrhal Solvent and Sanfords Inhaler, all in one package, of all druggists for 1, Ask for bAN fosd'.-j itAPtcAi. Cure. 1'ottkc I)rcg and CUKM, Co., BOSTO.T, , jf 1 IKPi Fortherelief andproven- AV,""f"'0 'tion.tae Instant it u np- --ySyQv cr Complaint, HiliousFevcr. X iuaiana anupiuciiucs.uso I r CTRI c C ollin's I'laHtcrs(an Etec ft,"vit.c ,rIc -cry combined riASTfcl'' W,UI a oro'"i fia-sicrjanu w laush at pain. 2; 0Teo"where. California The best of California and Foreign Wines and Liquors Kept Constantly on I land Domestic; :uul i'oreisn iais of tlie best Ifrunds. NATIONAL BREWERY BEER. On Coucoiuly between llentnn and Iifa vette 9trects. lm GEORGE GORLIEK. H fli H R i Vi iillrsl.ot liJienmatism.ieu- v.Vl)lV'vv'ra,f'a Sciatica, Coughs, MVfW Colds. Weak Itack' Stomach "sj- jv and Eowcls, Shooting i'ains. C::2ttSXaZX:::g3nElZEZECS!3aEIE2a35SZ3IUSE3:S3Et:2ISX2tZ:3SaZ2SI3aiM13S3K!l: caS2 5 3& a a m nlZS:sSKZ33333:s:t3CIZ. It is delivered to any Fifteen Cents per week. The Daily Asiorian is Sent by Mail One Year, Six Months. One Month, FREE OF Is issued every Friday Morning. We go to press at 3 A. M.7 lication and give the People who are a daily mail will consult their own inter ests by sending the TWO DOLLARS, And they will get THE WEEKLY AS T0RIAS;, postage paid, for one year. J. 2F. 2LSX-0L3T & Co. HGTELS AND EESTAUKANTS. PARKER HOUSE, MltKEli. 5roii.. OKEGON ASTORIA, 15. P. PARKER, - Manager and Aj:ent. Al.CKOSRY, - - I)yaork Phil. 'ROWE11S, - - Night Clerk. ,Tns. DUFFY has Uie lrnI RUHnrd room. First Class in all Eespects. FREE COACH TO THE HOUSE. IT IS A FACT THAT JErF:S CHOP HOUSE ON Concomly Street is the Best in Town. -THAT Z5c lias Alwnys on Unntl FKESII SIic:tl Walcr Bay anil "East r Oysicrs. THAT-. "JEFF" 15 THE BOSS CATERER. THAT tie lias brcu I'rupr'etor unite "Aurora Hotel" In Knnpptan acvea ji-ar.. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. A Mew Departure. At Frank Fahre's. Ls daily set a VABLE D'HOTE from 6 io 7 :3G P M At which A FINE FRENCH DINNER, With Half a Bottle Wine Will be furiiKshed for 30 ceuts. Board Iy tiicIoittb. - Si. to 30 Lodgings can be procured by the day, week or month. Mj establishment is fitted newly thrcu:hout. and everything main tained in the lcst stvlo. latAV3t Jb'AERE. A Good Gup of Coffee AND OYSTERS. MRS. POWELL 1LS OPENED AN OYS ter stand and Coffee House on Main street next to the Oregon Bakery. Every attention paid to patrons. COSMOPOLITAN Chop House and Restaurant. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. jleaSs 2. rents and iipivavds. . JOUIiAKI. MAIN" STUEITr. - Vroprietor. - ASTOKIA TEE EEST Boardina and Lodqinq House. Clias. AVallman has opened a boardinc and loilgin house south of O'Erien's hotel, near tne ;?is worKs. 'Hie table is supplied with the best the market atfonls : pood food and clean beds win De rurnisiiru at the regular prices. Give me a call and satisfy yourselves. CIIAS. WALL-MAN Astoria Eestaurant. ED17AEB YOUNG Announces to the public that he has located In the rooms formerly occupied by the City Eook Store, where he will keep a Marat ai Chop House Fumislrins meals to order at all hours. Ills patrons will find the tables supplied with ten or twelve ot tne nest newspapers. His reputation as former proprietor of the New England Restaurant is a sufficient recommendation for his new house. S scr::sa::EEica:3xs33sisEsis:z33S3i:zaii:z3333s:aE33ss:B!S part of the city for $7.0Q 3.50 .65 POSTAGE. on morning of pub latest news. not within reach of small snm of TRANSPORTATION LINES. Oregon Railway & Navigation C03IPAXY. Durins the month of November. Ocean Steamers will sail from Portland for San Francisco every Tuesday and Friday. auu iruni ru cruueusco ior jforuana every Wednesday and Saturday, leavinir Alns- ivorth Dock. Portland, at MIdnipht. and SpearStreet Wharf, San Francisco, at 10 A.M. uroucn x trKetM som to allpnncipa cities in the United States, Canada and Europe. RAIL DIVISION. Tassenger Trains leave Tortland for East ern points, at 9 :0O P. M. dally and at 7 :30 A. 31. daily, except Sunday. RIfER DIVISION (Middle Colambla). Boats leave Portland for Dalles at 7 H0 a. ai. ALSO : Leave Tort land for aron Tu. We. Thu. Frl. i Sat Astoria and I lower Co-1 lambia....lfiAM6 AM fiAM 6 AM SAM 1 AM 6AM lMyton. Or. !7 AM! "AM o;::l gami.;.... Yictoria.BClfi AMj6AM IS AM 6 AM 6 AM f AM CAM Leaves Astoria for Portland at 6 a. in. daujr ex cept Sunday. Pullman PaIsco Cars runnlax be two on Port land, and St. Paul, C. U. PRESCOTT. JOHN MOIK, Manager. Sup't of Trafilc A. L. STOKES. E. P. ROGERS, - Assist. Sup't. General Agent of Tr alflc. Passenger Dep't. Oregon & California R. R. OKEGON& TRANSCONTEEITAL COMPANY, LESSEE. Oaan after May 13, 18S3, trains will run as folSoirs, DAlLT (Except SundaysJ, EAST3IDK DrVISIO.I. Between rOETLAXD and GIEX1A1E ifAII. TRACT LEAVE." ARRIVE. Portland. .7:30 a. ir.GIendale..10:3S p. m. Glendale 1:00 a. ir.Portland 405 p. jr. ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN. LEAVE. ARRIVE. Fortlmd 4:C0 P. M. Lebanon 9.20 P. i Lobanon 4:45 A. M.l Portland...l0:05 A . M Tho Orocon and California Railroad i orrt . mako? connection with all Regulnr Trains or Easts ido Division. WKSTSIDE DI7I3I05. liettrecn i'orllantl nnd Cor vail I 1IAIL TRAHI LEAVE. ARRIVE- Portland 9:00 A. M.ICorvallis .4:80 P. AJ Corvallis .8:30 A. M.l Portland 3:20 P. M EXritESS TRAVS LEAVE. - ARRIVE. Portland 5:00 p.st. MoMinnville-.8:C0 p. u 3IcMinnvillo:45A.3r.Portland....... 8:30 a. m Close connections made at Glendala with tho Stages of tbo Oroson and California Stage Company. EtSTtcket 3 for sale at all tho principal point! in California and the East, at Company's uuico. Corner F and Front Sis., Portland, Or. Stnmtro witlha eharirad on frelpbt rnmiiim ing atCompanys Wlrohooso over 24 hours. freight will not be received for shioment after 5 o'clock P. M. on eiUior tho East or ".est side I)ivi3ion. K. KOEHLKR, JOHNMUIB. Slanairer. Snn't. of Traffic. A. L. STOKES. E. P. ROGERS, Aast hap v. General Ak t of Traffic. Paaaenger Dep't. ikvacQ Steam Navigation Go.'s WINTER SCHEDULE. Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort Canbu. and Ihuaco. Connecting by stages for Oysterville and Olympia. srP$t Until further notice the Ilwaco 3LLmk. Steam Navigation Co.'s steamers "Gen. mies," or -"'Gen, Canl)y" "Will leave Astoria On Mondays and Thursdays, at T A. M. FOB- Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and Ilwaco OK Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 a.m.. as formerly, sot beinz confined strictly to schedule time. Fare to Fort Stevens. BOCtS SI 00 ' Canby and Ilwaco.. tSHwacoIrel!:ht: by the ton. in lots of one ton or over, 2 per ton. E3rj?or licKets. Towage or uuarter ap ply at the cOlcc of the company, Gray's wharf, foot oZ Benton street. u. U. V. UilAI, Agent. Shoalwater Bay Transportation Co. SUMMER ROUTE. 9 Astoria to Olympia, Touching at Fort Stevens, Fort Canby, Ilwaco, North. Beach, Oysterville, North Cove, Petersons loint. Ho qalnm, Jlohtesano, And all points on Shoalwater Bay, and Gray Harbor. GEN. JULES, ) Strs. or J- On Columbia Elver. GEN. CANBY, ) - GEN. GARFIELD " Shoalwater Bay. " aiONTESANO " Gray's Harbor Connectingwith Stages over Portages, Leave Astoria, for Olympia, at - - 7 A. 31. On Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving at Montesano the day alter leaving Astoria throngh trip In CO hours. Leave Olympia for Astoria on same days. Columbia Transportation Co. FOR PORTLAND. (FAST TDIE.) The popular steamer FLEETWOOD, Which has been refittedfor the comfort o passengers will leave Wilson and Cher's dock every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at ? P.M. Returning leaves Portland every Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 A. M. Arriving at Astoria at1 P. M. An additional trip will be made on Sunday of Each Yeek, Leaving Portland at O o'clock Sunday Morning. Passengers by this route connect at Kalama for Sound ports. . U. B. SCOTT, President. REM SMI PACKET. "Daisy " and Barge. Will leave Astoria, from Gray's Dock, For Olney, and Head of Youngs River, Dailv, at 8 A. at., (except Wednesdays and Sundays.) Returning same day, For Landings on Lewis & Clark's River, On Yt'cdBesdays, at 8 A. H., Returning same day. cs-For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or at Gray 's Dock, where Freight will be re ceived and stored, It necessary. J.H.D.GRAT.