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00 SOCIETY 3IEETIXGS. The Umatilla Reservation. TRANSPORTATION LINES. ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY NOVEMBER IS. 1SS3 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FUR SEA. SwUMi rHuee, Ur 1V QueeaMora Xv 11 SAILED. HtoacfeM, He rp Queenstewn Nov IT GeluasU. S F. November 1- J Mil VA LS FROM SUA. Iwekprepn. Hr sp Ml Greenook, Not IT VESSELS IK THE Rl VER. lmfrfrt!. Am up Hire S.Sutfc&nl. Aisp I!el Otom. Atm Ice Kinc. Am ftp Viroe, hvr bk HeKoK. lttMlaD, Itr 6j Olwren. Ur s IroBde. Br Wc HaUklitra. I$r to (Jutioek. Oet CeMtrem. Itr bk Antwerp. Hr bk Itewtawl HHt. Kr 1 Mar of Krin. Hr tp spirit Bf tte Dawn , Br i'rty 4 Madrid. Br sp MtWaebinctOD. Am sp Highland Light, Am. cp "orsica, Atnbn Indiana. Ara (.p, Carrie Winslow.Am bk O D Bryant, Am bk Martha Fisher. Kllloehsn. Br sp Dlan lfon;uson Br bk (Uenpcrie, Br bk Lake Brio, Br sp Otmron. Br Ik Lirae KeU, Brbk Mai I seat. Br bk Harry Bailey. Br bk Bolivia. Brbk VESSELS OA THE WAY. I'rocs VoTt'lS't Irtn. for the; Columbia Xtlrer Aber4rilh CafttK BrsplflfiS Liverpool Sept 11 IImn, Brbk H Newcastle. Sept 9 KUtMfc. UrwpSSI Wilmington Barcany. I!rsp April 3S Clyde Oystsea. Br bk 7 S S V J aly 21 Cha. 'Jeteswcrtli, Br bk Liverpool City ef CarlMe, Br bk GreneeJc Auc 14 Kikrfalc. Br bk Liverpool .Inly 20 Gfettiffer. IlrtpW Pert Cfealuicrs Sept II (irras. Br bk April 2G ionden 14eof litis, Urfcp Sjdaer Septic Janet McXoH, Br bk June IS Giaegr Karer4ele. Br bk 1191 X is AV ldatMk. Ur bk 816 X S W Sept 1 MemrAira. Itr . I.elth. .Jab St OUiB Bar. Br bk Townvi!Ie Sept 19 Obiffreriti. Ur fp l-b 30 l.ondea Rivrr ImImc Br hp HMft rnUMi Bard. IT ltk SIC Brisbane Sept 10 Sarah 1MI. Hr bk 8;5 Neivc&stlo Sept IT yaC0Bd. Ur bk JCJ Wflminctoa S. K. Mea4. Am bk WS S Y Sopt C, Prom American I'oris. Ucmt Jhm. Br bk SO K Y J sne If Mreta. Asa ap S V AK&at IT W Watts, A I New erk May 12 Saa fCiKT, Am up X 7 July 4 ovaraifin of tbe Seas, Am fp Xeiv York June 2 TUN K StartNiek, A in rpX Y JuncSi Columbia River Experts. UnCAl'XTUUlTIOX JAXUAUY 'S3. ffll.STS mis. wheat . 5 soc.10 SMIK bWs Hour. 257,17(5 Ttt5, A cargoes g 53S.4FC mmuAiiv. whmt. 1M.W ls., value 5 179.193 PUntr. i!d,4iw UWs., " ....... 141,403 ToUU. Searches tAi:cn. vnnsni f 1ITT.3I burets) Klfmrt.flS.141 lrtrfs) SxIumm raiSW ojes) .......... Ijiwht(0M ) Tarfal (8 chjk-s) a Pit i:.. FKwr.Slatb'.: 1 JtintKT, 75 M M TwtMi.X CMXA&s... MAY. Hionr.rar. W)is When 4e.sr bus Total, (l cargo) Jirxn. Flotir.Wi bMs Salmon, 47,7ne o Twtnl, (1 onrgny. JULY. Flour. lAt lfc SMlntOM, USJnScs . . S 323.001 210,750 .S314,107 .... 13,030 C,000 ..$8!K!,311 ..S135.554 . 40.O00 .$18051 S 17.S81 ... ).03C S7C.977 4,870 188.VC5 .Siy8,335 .4 7.C73 .. W1.G10 TMbI, (Sckisock) M -$WOS3 . AUOUST. Flont, 4jmyOMn S 31.WB SHlllMMi.72,WT OS 3T0,18T Tttud , 2 CHrKwes ... .SKiTKMnnit. kont. 1.X4S3 me Total (S cjTfpaK's) . ocTOr.Ki:. Wlient, 74t.SU Imw.. Flour. ,172 libbi Sntmtm.95.49 cs 3r.av.5o .127.570 127,570 ........092,100 14,270 llt2.lM Tl (14 curgoe) Sfias,530 WOVKilliKK. 1 -TV Quoemtmim per Af1m, Vmr. 38 lWs 2 2V Iffttitf Kmy per Titnu. nwr,.lbU4s Obtss, ia tWs ...SC0.140 j 390 TJl.. .. $22,018 wiHMi, ihjs sci, 2 7 To QwieMtfdrtOM per l-'Hfru Crust. whom. 77,SIC bus .$7.'.S10 S 1) Qmeni4ftCH jcr MarinixiH. Yrtrent. 8S,4 rtf biw 39,2011 To Qnec$ti4w.i per Kafmmla. Whoa.a2,gl bs Sr.l.OK 21a QmoRktm per Ilaitfthfve. lTnor. lR,tl5bMs S1,183 la - T QmmtMim-H per lk itf A glcet. WhcHf. 41.115 bus $41,k57 M To QmcmitowH per Reaper. Ahee, 74,ttX bus S73 S0 14 To Ohochhom iter Scottish Prince. Wuot, 46,126 bs S41.O00 14 To (jHetHMmw per Ainana. Vlent,S72 bu-? $r.7w0l 17 To QucmtwcH per lilcnofell. Whom. J.SSS bu ?59 818 TII! T.KLK iWi! ASTOKTA. XOYKMISKIt. I IIIOM WATKll. j I.0W WATEK. 11 It. StH'ond. 1 llrst. Second. 1 o I M. h. M.l JS h. jh. h. in. GSl 101 o is lit! r, ox 6 ns 735 S 21 9 12 10 05 11 00 7 31 0 5 8 22 0U 0 12 l-0 9 M 0 S 10 37 0 5 1 2 2 15 ft 03 3 fit 4 42 30 0 20 7 12 5 ITi S SO 9 37 10 19 10 55 0 46 1 27 2 11 2 rs TO 1 48 5.W I 7 05 S 14 a 17 lfl-2 O'l !8-S R4 I8D 11 111 o- 7-5 7'1 0 01 I 0&4 ) 1 45 238 I 320 4 11 4 53 5 31 C 10 0 02 1 oa 2 17 2 23 4 24 5 20 C 09 C 54 7 3C 157 0-4 03 10 1C C4 11 G7 1K 0 00 (T9 29 0 41 in 111 31n 8D o oiphri I 0 37p9-2 I C 50a S 15p; The hours between midn&ht and noon are desizuated by a (a. m.). those between noon and midnight by p (p. m.). oft. O0i a denotes midnlcht. oA. 00m. v denotes noon. TlielielRht is reckoned from the level of average lower low waters to which the sound' iurs are given on the coast survey cliarts. TC BOAT CJELAltGES, FollowiiiB is the schedule of prices for towage n auu out over me uoiumuia liar : For vessels not Inwartl .Outward. exceeding Ixiaded. ISallasL 800 tons.Sl&0 S150 $130 600 to lOtf) tOUS 200 175 175 1000 to 1200 tons. 225 200 200 12J0 to 1100 UniS... 275 225 250 liOO to iGOa t()US. 300 250 300 For lame Back, Side or Chest use bhiioirs I'orous Plaster, rncc 'Ja cents. f er sue oy w. is. iemenr. Temple LtOdge, No. 7A.P.A.M. REGULAR COMMUNICATIONS nrst and third Tuesdays in each Vy month, at TJi o clock, r. m., at the' v Hall in Astoria. Members of the order in good standing arc Invited to attend.. uy onier 01 me i . m. Beaver Lodge No. 35, L O. O. P. REGULAR MEETING EV cry Tliursday evening atafSBPKft naii-uasi seven ociock, ai ine -ass&r Lodge room in Odd Fellows Hall Astoria. Sojourning members of the order In good standing, cordially invited to attend. By order N. O. Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O.F. DEGULAE MEETINGS OF OCEAN EN JLfc campment No. 13. I. O. O. F at the Lodge, in the Odd Fellows Building, at half past seven r. M.t on the seeoud and fourth Mondays ol each month. Sojourn ing brethren cordially invited. uy oruer v. r. Seaside Lodge No. 12, A. 0. 17. W. 1EGULAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE IX Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W. will be held in Pvtliian Hall on Friday evening ol each week, at 7 o'clock p. m. Members of the order In good standing, and visiting Broth ers are invttea to attena. lanrary win ue open imecn minutes neiorc and auer eacn meeting. IS3- order M. "W. u. UKUWj.ec. Astoria Lodge No. 40, L O. G.I. T EG UL Al t MEETING EVE RY TUESDAY Astoria. Members of the Order, m good standing, are invited to attend. Degree meeting urst .Monday 01 eacn monin. j iy oruer v . i . i. American Legion of Honor. OEGULAK MEETING OF ASTOUIA JLt Council No. 995' is held on the first and third Tuesday of each month, at 7 o'clock i. M. iy oraer oi ine uouncu uoinmanuer. It. V. MONTIUTH, Sec'ty Common CounciL REGULAR MEETINGS, SECOND AND fourth Tuesday evenings of each month at Vt o'clock. iss-i'ersons desiring to nave matters acieu unon bv the Council, at any retrular meet ing must present me same to uie Aumiur and Clerk, on or before the Friday evenlnc prior to tue luesuay on wuicn me council Holds its regular inceimg. 1 11US. . Jr.n r.il, Auditor and Cleik. C11UHCII DIRECTOltY. ClnKi'v. nuirnrTT Holv romiiniiiion nrst tunaayot everj montn. .-uniiay Cnrv CMnMl A. mill i T AI. IVIHin&S day evening service at 7 o'clock. J lev M. l). Wilson, lcctor. PiiiST PnKsitvTKTiTAX Ciimicii Ser vices at li a. m. and 7 r. i. wcuuus dav evening prayer meeting at ; o'clock. liev. J. V. 3lilligau, Pastor. Coxgiiegatioxal drcncn Services at 11 a. m. and 7 i M. Rev. ham 1 Wood, rastor. "RmrAv flATimnn Cirmicir Services atlOJOA. m. Jlev. L. JJiclman, I'astor r "P!. PiTunnr Services at 11 A. M. and 7 p. m. Lecture an d Prayer Elect ing, Wednesday, at 7 r. m. Jtev. Win. Roberts, Pastor. Baptist Ciiukcii. Senices each Lords Day at 11 a. and i p. m rrayer 3ieetmg on weunesaay, at p. m. Rev. B. S. ilcLaiTertj-, pastor. MAEKETS. CENTRAL MARKET. General assortment of table stock constantly on hand, such as Canned Fruits and Jelly Bacon, Hams, Shoulders, Lard EGGS, BUTTER, CHEESE, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Fisn, roiXTKY Am game In the season. C5GAKS ATCD TOBACCO. Best of WEVES ASI XJQITOKS All cheau for CASH. Goods sold on com mission, opposite i. vr.uase'ssiore. J. llUU(ili.lt Washington Market, Llain Street, - - Astoria Oreuni DEJIGMAX ii JiEIiltV ltion cf the public to the fact that tb abovo Market will always bo supplied trsui FULL VARIETY BEST QUALITY or FRESH AND CURED MEATS I Which will bo sold at lowest rates, wholesale and retail. Special attention (nven toaupnu SC ED IDS. LOOK HERE ! We rcsnectfullv Inform the public that w will always keep on hand the best quality of Fresh and Cured Meats ALSO Choice Pamily Groceries Fresh Fruits. Vegetables. Crockery and uiass-warc Shins. Ilotels and Hoarding nouses i-ui piica on liocrai lerms. A share of the public patronage Is respect luuy solicited. STAR MARKET. WHERRY fe COHPAinr, Fresli and Cured Meats Vegotafoles, riiiiTo niiTTrn i mnr OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL, CZIKXASXUS Street, Astoria . O BTTY THE BEST ! BARBOUR Irish Flax Salmon Wet Threads Woodberry, and Needle Brands, SEINE TWINES AUD mm m t.rj n i.iivifs VUU 11.11 AJ iJUMU Fisli PourulH, Helncs, aad XetH Imported te Order. A Larce Stoctof NettlBj, FisiLines AND FISH HOOKS. CONSTANTLY ON HAND. HENRY DOYLE & CO., 5 1 7 and 5 1 9, MARKET STREET SAN FRANCISCO. SSAgents for the Pacific Coast Shiloh's Vitalizer is "what you need for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Diz ziness ana an symptoms ol uyspepj Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. sia. old by W. .E. Dement. OliABack That's a common expres sion and has a world of meaning. How much suf fering is summed up in it The singular thing about it is, that pain in the back is occasioned by so many things. May be caused by kidney disease, liver com plaint, consumption, cold, nervous debility, &c. Whatever the cause, don't neglect it Something is wrong and needs prompt attention. No medicine has yet been discovered that will so quickly and surely cure such diseases as Brown's Iron Bitters, and it does this by commencing at the foundation, and mak ing the blood pure and rich. Wm. P. Marshall, of Logans port, Indianajwritcs: "My wife has for many years been trou bled from pain in her back and general debility inadent to her sex. She has taken one bottle of Brown's Iron Bitters, and I can truthfully say that she has been so much benefited that she pronounces it the only remedy of many medi cines she has tried." Leading physicians and clergymen use and recom mend Brown's Iron Bit ters. It has cured others suffering as you are, and it will cure you. Vitalizes and iln richer the TJ.ood, .-uei up tho System, I-Inlios the Y."rK?: Stron, Builds up tlio UroktTi down, Invigorntca tins Eraia, and Dyspepsia, Uervons Affections, 211 eral Ucbiuty, Iieuralgia, 2? ever and Ague, Parr.iysis, Chronic Diarrhoea, Eoils, 23rausy, Humors, Female Com plaints, Liver Com plaint, Eemitten; ITever, and ILL DISEASES OHiaiHATIKG VI A D?.0 STA OF THE DLG0D, 03 ACCOMPANIED CY DEBILITY OH A LOW STATE OF THE SVSTEK. 0 a 5la SuppLes tw bloc i uMi Yilcl I'riHdpl v vjpor ami r I zlo into sK .!.? n BEING TREE FROM ALCOiiV itLun effects arc iwt foilcracj hy ccrrv.r:3v 1 - ion, ivt are pssmat. seth vv. fowli: & SONS, r-rit toes, t SLIGHT ODDS. A Little Storyivilh a Large 3toral One 3Jan who Kiietv Uln Own ISuNiucsH. 'No. my dear," said tho venerable keeper of a country storo to a timid little girl whoa head scarcely caino up to tho level of tb counter. "No. my dear, wo haven't any red flannel, but wo bare somo first ratoNetr Or leans molasses." Softly bintine that sbo didn't think that would answer tho purnof quito as well, tho child went her way in search of the article sho wanted. "Havo you BENSON'S CAl'CINE PLAS TERS?" asked a gentleman of a certain drn gist whoso namo could bo civen were it de sired. "I am troubled just now with a touch of my old friend, tho lumbago, and tho Ben son'3 Piaster seems toco to tho spot almost as soon as it touches the skin." "Not at present." replied tho druggist, sen ially " but, wo havo lot3 of plasters just as good. There ii Allcoek's, tho Capsicum and others won't one of them do as well?" "Aly 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 else. I may nnlighten yon, however, when I say tbat somctimo ago, for another disease, of which tbe Capcine has since cured mo, I tried all those you mention, with no appreciable benefit. They are ineffi cicnt, every one of them, tho meanest act of the proprietors of somo of them being this that they make plasters with similar eoud ing names to dectivo tho unwary into beltor inu they are tho samo thing. Experience taught me tho difference I'll go to tho next man in your lino. Good day." Bo on tour guard against imitations. The genuine has tho word CAPCINE cut cleanly in tho middle of tho plaster. All others aro impositions. Scabury fe Johnson, Chemists. New York. HOSPITAL, ASTORIA, - - - OREGON mras institution, under care of jl tne bisters 01 Charity, Is now ready 101 the reception of patients. Private rooms for the accommodation ol any desiring tliem. Patients admitted at all liouis, day or niuht io pnysician nas exclusive right, every patient is iree to and lias tbe privilege 01 employing any physician they prefer. United States Marine Seamen who navUosDital Dues, arpenti tied to Free care and attendance at this Hos pital during sickness, rennits must be ob tained for United States Marines at the Cus tom House. Sisters or Ckjlrity The Umatilla reservation, across which our route traced, is another of those fertile tracts on winch the white man casts his covetous eyes. It a vast undnlatinsr pnune, intersec ted with streams, but for the most part treeless, except, where it stretch es up into the foothills of the Blue mountains, where there is excellent timber. The reservation comprises 300,000 acres. The exact number of its inhabitants is not easily ascer tained by the casual visitor. The station agent at Cayuse said, in an swer to an inquiry as to the numeri cal strength of the TJmatfllas: "That depends upon the source of your in formation. If yon ask the Indian agent, he will say there are 700 on the reservation. If "you ask any of the old settlers, you will be told that there are 350." I tried the experi ment on our driver, au old acquaint ance, who drove stage from Alarys ville, Cala., to Sacramento, in the days of my youth, and who has drift ed up hither. Tins ancient chari oteer "reckoned there were about 100 on' cm." "When we asked him if the reservation were to he declared Ippen for settlement, would it be speedily occupied, ho said: "Humph! It it were declared to-nignt, at sun down, that the leservation was open for settlement, there would be a man and a pile of lumber on every quarter-section before noon to-mor row." In the struggle for possession of the coveted domain, the ''squaw man" has an unfair advantage. He marries a daughter ot the Umatillas, and, as the lands are owned in com mon, he may cultivate as much of the communal soil as he is able to man ge. One of these thrifty amalgama- tionists, whose ranch wo passed on the road from Cayuse to Blue Motui- tain Station, has IKX) acres under cul tivation. His wife is a half-breed. bnt has all the rights of a full-blooded Umatilla; and the snug farm-building, rich helds, herds and granaries ot the squaw-man attest his wisdom, if not Ins rclinement of taste. The most fastidious outsiders declare that one of the serious drawbacks of the squaw-man is the fact that "all his wife's relations lay down on him"; that is to say, he must support the idle and lazy people into whose tribal property. he has secured an mtere3t by marriage. (Jorr.JS. x. Times. There is an old Celtic rhyme to tho effect that "Thrice the age of a dog is that of a horse, thrice the age of a horse is that of a man, thrice the age of a man is that of a deer, thrice the age of a deer is that of an eagle, :ind thrice the age of an eagle is that of an oak tree." A. V Wholesale and Ketsill flealor in Groceries Provisions MILL PEED. Glass and Plated Ware, TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. Tocelher witli WitiGS, U(;iors,Tobacco, Cigars NOTICE T 0 CANNERYHESr ! T AVI LL MAKE BOXES NEXT SEASON JL In any amount required, aud guarantee to nave uieni sausiaciorv in even' respect. My price for shooks will be 13 cents : for HHiieti uoxes 17 cenis. Any one wisning to inauc a contract lor cases can comer with J.C. TltULLlNGEK. oct4-3m Proprietor West Shore Mills. TAIXi03E2.I2SrGr, Cleaning Repairing, NEAT, CHEAP AND QCICK. UY GEORGE liOVETT Main Street, opposito N. Loeb's. PLUMBING-, Gas and Steam Fitting TvONE BY KUDDOCK & WHEELER. AT J fair rates. Also a complete stock of goons m our liue. Estimates given and work Eiiarantecd. Cass street, in rear of I O O F building. next to uas uo s oince. Brewery Beer Saloon. The Best Beer 5 cts a Glass. Hot Lunch every Day from 10 to 12 A. M The best of Liquors and Cigars on hand, a neserveaiy popular piace 01 social resort GEO. HILLEIL THE LATEST STYLES IN , WALL PAPER at B. Bm FRANKLIN'S NEXT DOOR TO ASTO P.IAN OFFICE. A very large Stock from which to select. Window curtains made to order. S2T"My patent Trimmer to cut Wall Paper win uc luuiiu convenient to iny ji;nruii. W. E. DEMENT & GO ASTORIA, - - - OREGON Carry in Stock, DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET and FANCY ARTICLES. Prescriptions carefully Compounded HANSEN BROS. SASH AND DOOR FACTORY AND PLANING MILL. A full stock of home manufactured goods constantly on nana. Special Attention given to Orders, All work guaranteed. Your patronage so ncitea. ASTORIA. - Oregon A. Journal of and for to the Best Interests of the Community. The largest circulation of any News paper published on the Columbia River. 5iSEsa22ce:2S!:2Sii:::e3s:ai2::emitzssE2::2sisi2!S222sza:r::2i2sixr:stes:a8::i BizsissE:f:i:azzs3SE2:c:tss2:a:cEzscs:z:csas:s::22::ssas!33cir3r3:i:33isxissi Is thoroughly Independent, the confidence and circle of friends and I is delivered to any The Daily Astorian One Year, Six Ftlonths, One Month, FREE OF Hamilton Street NOTICE is hercbv civen that the Fifteen Cents per Week. the City of Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon, and which Ordinance passed the Common Council of said city on the 13th day of November,lS83. and was aDnroved on the 14th day of November, 188:?, for the proposed improvement of Hamilton street, in the City of Astoria, as laid out and recorded by John IcCIure, from the approved 011 the 1st day of October, iois ironunsi on saut lioriiuu ui saiu sireci, is now iniy.iuiu at uiu onice 01 ine ijitv Treasurer in U. S. gold and silver coin, and unless paid wihtin five days from the expiration of this notice, viz: Friday, December 8,1883, the Common Council will issue warrants for the collection thereof. The assessment is as follows : A'nme tf Oaner. M J Kinney j J Kinney J G Nernburg John Hobson Pythian Building Association. M J Kinney Heirs of G W Warren K Carruthers T Broemser J T Gray A J ilegler J W wKite By order of the Common Council of Astoria, November 18, 1883. ASK FOR Union India Eubber Go's ' Pure Para Gum CRACK PROOF RUBBER BOOTS. beware8f imitations I Be sure tho Boots are stamped GItACK PROOF on the heels, and have the PURE OUM SPRINGS on the foot and instep, which prevent their cradklng or breaking. We are now making them with RUBBER AND ASBESTOS Soles which will make them last more than twice as long as any Rubber boots made. FOK SALE BY ALL DEALERS. ALL KINDS RUBBER BELTING. PACK ING, HOSE. SPRINGS JC LOTHLNG, BOOTS AND SHOES. Etc. COODYEAR RUBBER CO. it. 11. rKASK. Jr. I Agents. S. 5L RUNYON, . 1 San Erancisco. Drugs and Chemicals J. E. THOMAS, DRUGGIST A'D .Pharmacist, l ASTORIA, o S3 m C3 Prescriptions carefully compounded Day or Night. NOTICE. TvrEiTrrER captain Sinclair nor Vi the undersigned consignees ot the Brit ish Barque Harry Bailey, from Buenos Ayres, will be responsible for any debts con tracted by the crew In this port. TAYLOR i'OUNG & CO. Astoria Nov. H.1SS3. the People, Devoted and enjoys of a large support patrons. part of the city for is Sent by $7.00 3.50 .65 POSTAGE. Assessment. assessment made by Ordinance Xo. .172 of 18S5, on each of the following described 2 2 I : I : I l I ? I ; 4 58 100 $50 00 8380 00 S0 Oo 11 " " 50 00 445 00 405 00 6 " " 50 00 445 00 495 00 9 " " 50 00 297 00 347 00 4 61 " 50 00 100 00 150 00 11 " " 50 00 417 00 467 00 6 " " 50 00 243 00 293 00 9 u " 50 00 417 00 467 00 4 CI " 50 00 Ki 00 115 00 11 " " 50 00 417 00 467 00 6 " " 50 00 417 00 467 00 9 " 50 00 417 08 467 00 said City of. Astoria. t TPWPTT Auditor and Clerk. -AND- aLALL MUSICAL INSTKUMENTS SPREADS AND STOOLS Piano, and Organ Instructors. -CELEBRATED STEGK & OABE PMOS ! USED BY President of United States" "Governor of Oregon," And other prominent persons. Pianos and urgansoi many leading makes, wholesale and retail, including CELEBRATED TABER ORGANS. Largest House on This Coast. Instruments of All Kinds Tuned and Repaired. GARDNER Bros., 165 First St., Portland, Oregon. Gr. A. STIN30N & CO., BLACKSM1THING, At Capt. Rogers old stand, comer of Casa auu court streets. -Shin and Cannery work. Horseshoelnir. Wagons made and repaired. Good work guaranieea. Oregon Railway & Navigation OCEAX DIVISION. Duriii'' the montii of November. iW. Ocean Steamers will sail from Portland for San Francisco every Tuesday and Friday, ana irom oan irancisco lor rortlana every Wednesday and Saturday, leaving AJns worth Dock. Portland, at 3IIdnight. and Sm:ar Street "Wliarf, San Francisco, at 10 A.3T. i'iironsii M'lCKets soia to ail prmcipa cities in tho United States, Canada and Europe. RAIL DIVISION. Passeneer Trains leave Portland for East- em points, at 9 :0O P. M. daily and at 7 :SO A. M. daily, except Sunday. ItlTEU DIVISION (Sllddle ColHsabia). EoaLs leave Portland for Dalles at 7 tOO A. M. ALSO : Leave Port-I I land for lion Tu.. We. Thu. Frl. I Sat. Astoria andl lower Co-I lumbic.jGAM 6AM SAM 6AM SAM 6AM Dayton. Or." A3I 7 AM 7 AM Victoria.BC6 AM 6 AM fi AM 6 AM AM 6 AM Leaves Astoria for Portland at S a. m. dailr ex cept Sunday. Pullman Palace Cars rannins between Port land, and St. Paul, CH. PEESCOTT. JOHN MUTE. Manager. Sun't of Tranlc A. L. STOKES, E.P.ROGERS, Assist, anp t. ueneral Agent of Traffic. Passenger Dep't. Oreeon & California R. R. OPvF.GON& TRANSCONTINENTAL COMPANY, LESSEE. On an after May 13, 1SS3, trains will run a follows, JJAliii (Kxcopt Sundays;, EAS7SIDK DIVI8I03. Uctvrccn POITCXAXD aad GLEN DA IE VAIL TEJLRT LEAVE. ARRIVE. Portland 7:30 a. ir.lGlendale 10:35 p. u. Glendalo 1:00 A. it. Portland...... 4 25 p. u. ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN. LEAVE. ARRIVE. Portland t:0O P. M.Lobanon.9.20 P. M Lobaaon 4:15 A. M.Portland.10:05 A. A! The Oregon and California Railroad Fen? raak&rf connection with all Regular Trains 00 Eastsido Division. WKSTStnK nivisios. IJetween Fortlnud ami Corvnlli9 JIAIL TRACT LEAVE. ARRIVE. Portland 9:00 A. M.ICorvallis 4:30 P. fil Corvallis S:SOA.iI.Portland 3:20 P. M KXTItESS TRAIN LEAVE. ARRIVE. Portland 5:00 p. it. McMinnviU&..8:00 p. 11 3IcMinnvilIe.5:45A.3i.PortIand. .. 8:30 a. v Closo connections made at Glendnls with tho Stages of the Oregon and California Stage Company. c&Tickctsfor3aIo at all thannnciDalnointi in California and tho East, at Company's OEco. Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or. Kfnrnpn will Yn n-htiTvnA nn frftTiylif mwhItk ins; atCompanys Warohotuo over 24 hours. Freight will not bo received for shipment after 5 o'clock P. M. on either tho East or U enpida Division. R. KOEHLER, JOHNMUIB, Alanaer. anp't. of Traffic. A. L. STOKES, E. P. ROGERS, Asst sup t. uoneralAK t of lrainc Passenger Dep t. llvaco Steam Navigation Go.'s "WINTER SCHEDULE. Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort Canby, and Ilivaco. Connecting hy stages for Oysterville and Olympla. Until further notice the Ilwaco Steam Navigation Co.'s steamera "Gen. Mnes," or ftGen. Canby" "Will leave Astoria On Mondays and Thursdays, at 7 A. M. FOR Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and Ilwaco oir Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 x.Ti., as formerly, not being contlned strictly to schedule time. Fare to Fort Stevens C0Ct3 SI 00 " Canby and Ilwaco.., tsllwaco freieht, by tlie ton, in Iot3 of one ton or over, $2 per ton, ply at the ofllce' of the company, Gray's wharf, foot of Benton street. O. XI. U. UJULX, Agent. Shoalwater Bay Transportation Co. SUMMER ROUTE. Astoria to Olympla, Touching at Fort Stevens. X'ort Canby, Ilwaco, Xorth Beacn, Oysterville, North - Cove, Petersons Point, Ho qaiuzn, Jlontesano, I And all points on Shoalwater Bay, and Gray Harbor. GEN. MILES.; Mrs. or On Columbia River. GEN. CANBY, GEN. GARFIELD ' Shoalwater Bay. MONTESANO " Gray's Harbor Connecting with Stages over Portages, Leave Astoria for Olympla, at - - 7 A. 31. On Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving at Montesano the day after leaving Astoria through trip in 60 hours. Leave Olympla for Astoria on same days. Columbia Transportation Co. FOR PORTLAND. (FAST TIME.) The popular steamer FLEETWOOD, Which has been refitted for the comfort 0 passengers win leave Wilson and Fisher's dock every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland atlP.M. Returning leaves Portland every Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 A. M. Arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M. An additional trip will bo made on Sunday of Each Week, Leaving Portland at 9 o'clock Sunday aiorninsr. Passengers by this route connect at Kalama. for Sound ports. U. B. SCOTT, SE&EAR STEAM PACKET "Daisy," and Barge. Will leave Astoria, from Gray's Dock,. T?nr ninpv. and TTeiul of Yonnes River. Daily, at 8 a. m., (except "Wednesdays and suuuays.) itetuming same uay, 'or Landings on Lewis & Clark's River, un it cuBesuays, ats a. ji., Returning same nay. s-For Freieht or Passace. anply on board.- or at Grav's Dock, where Freight will be r ceived apd stored, If necessary. J.H.D.GEAY.