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SOCIETY MEETINGS. She Seemed Prejudiced. ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY- .NOVEMBER 2 1SS3 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. READY PUR SEA. Scottish Prince, Br bV- Qnoenstotrn Nor 11 UalaUavn, IJr sp Quccntown Not 19 VirRa, Sw bV CalaU Not SO Caitlocb, Queonstoirn Kot 21 Coldstream. Br bk Queenstown Nov2i Glonporis, Br bk Quecnstown Nov 21 LiVo Erie, Br en Qneenstown Nov 24 .SAJLEJ. Qottn of tte Pacific, ts. S F Nor 21 VESSELS IX THE RIVER. o Imperial. Am sp OHre S.Southard. Aasp Red Cross. Am sp Ice Kins, Ab fp Helicon, lthotan, Hrsp Oboron, Brsp Ironside, Br bk Antwerp, Br bk Rowland Hill. Br bk Star of Klin, Br sp Spirit of the Dawn. Br City of Madrid. Br ep Inohcrcn. Ursp l.adstock. Br bk Cleniffer. Brsp Barcany, Br sp Sovereign of tbe Seas Ornisca, Br bk MtWasblDCton. Ain sp 'orsica. Am en Indian. Am ep. Carrie Winslow.Afn bk C D Bryant. Am bk Martha Fisher, Killochan. Br sp Ulan Fergnson Br bk Ueron. Br bk Lizae Boll. Br bk Mallscate, Brbk Harry Bailey. Br bk lioliria. Br bk Oaktrorth. Br ep (iirvan, Br bk Sea Kins. Am sp vessels us rnx wa r. Fro hi Foreiarsi X'oris. for tbe Columbia Itiver Anserona. Br sp AVilminston Nov 10 Abcrstwith Castle. Br sp IOCS Liverpool Sspt 11 Banca, Brbk 1003 Newcastle. Sept 9 Bleraah, Brsp 1)3 1 Wilmington Cba. Coteswortb, Br bk Liverpool City of Carlisle, Brbk Greenock Ans II Kkda!e. Brbk Livrpool July 26 Jlo of Erin, Br sp Sydney Sept 1G Janet McNeil. Brbk .Tune 33 Glasgow Kelrerdale, Br bk 1191 N S W Morayshire, Br sp 113 Loilh, JnlytM Oban Bay, Br bk Townsrille Sopt 19 Itiver Indus, Brrp 1013 Scottish Bard. PrbkPlfi Brisbane Sopt SO Sarah Bell. Br bk S'2 Newcastle Sept 17 Stagbound. Br bk !73 "Wilmington S. It. Mead. Am bk HJ25 N Y Sept C .From American JPort, lienry J mes. Br bk 836 N Y J unc Morom, Am Y Augsst 17 V X Watt. Am bk New ork May 12 Till K SUrbuet, Am sp N Y June 2t " TIZK TABLE Fs)R ASTOIS7A. NOVUMBKIt. I iriOH WATKIt. LOW VTATKlt. llrst. ' SoeumL I 1'IiM. Second, i)s - O O I C3 1 E 5 5 5 E t E tt r- H HiS H S J A M. ,S h. m. X h. w. .S h. :n. .5 i 21 S 02 17-1 ! 8 14 C-4 1 V 2 3 3 IS 4 14 4 53 ft -tl G 10 ID S I 2 17 ll'l 2 2.1 2: S 0 7'B I S 17 IC-3 a 8S7 17-9 1 10 1C C-4 24U ltt t-2 11 UpiC7 27110 h' S j - - I-- 2SJ 0 OO C1l Ml Slnig-fl 2Sj 0 45 tTl i 0 01fl 1 J 1277 3 0 87j)!li Jl-3 4 21 I ID T4 !t 20 IT l-C I C 09 0D 11-7 I C 0 P9 7 50 ITS 1 50i2 0 8 15pjo-0 Tlie houis but'Aven iiiul ilit and noon are ttchuiHtcd by a (a. :.). those between noon nod midnight by p a: St.). oh. 03m a denotes iHiitiiteitl. ot. Wm. v denotas noon. Hie height is reckoned from the level of averajre lower low waters to whiclt the sound nigs are given on tne coast burvcy charts. te: is oat ciiakwks. FoHowing Is the schedule of piicas for towage ui nu out over tne Columbia Bar : For vessels not lnwanl 1 Outward exceeding Loaded, liallafi'. 0a tons..l60 Si'"x) S00 to 1000 tens 200 1"." 175 1000 to 1200 tons... 225 -21-0 200 12tO to 1400 tons... 275 ri 250 1 100 10 160J tHlS. aw 2S0 300 Columbia River Exports. riStll'MitNTS rVKBION. CltRAI'lTUIuVTlON JANUAKY SI,S7S 1mm. whf.tt 5B,Si bUb Hour. Twnt. ertot's . I'KUUOAKY. Wimtit, 168,098 bus., value . !Toer,SM80bbls., ' Toul. Scjirgoes MAKUH. W'lieatl7.r.34 bushels) Flourt.H8.14t bbls) Snlnion (Hfj ise.s)...........m... Uimbor(600M ) . Total .B cargoes) A fit I L. Flour, 3130 lWs . Lumbsr, 876 M Total, 3 cargoes MAY. inonrS.SSS bbls . Wheat 40,242 bus Tolitl, (l cargo) JUNn. .5 300.310 . 23,10 S 953.46C ..S 179.193 .. 141,493 . $ 323.C91 21C.750 ..53H,107 .... 13,030 .. 6,910 ,.SS95,1 ...$125,554 - -H5.O00 S18S54 S 17.SS1 59,090 .70,977 F!wir.4 bills Salmon, 87,7Wlcs Total, (l cargo) . 1ULY. Flour, 1.CR4 bbls Salmon, ns22as Total, (3 cargoes) , AUGUST. Flour. 4.031bbls 831111011,72,037 cs Total. 2 cargoes . . SRl'TBMBItn. WhOAt, UiG.4S3bus Total f2 cargoes) . OCTOBER. WltOJ4tt 74013 bUS I1ur, 3.172 bbls Sn):un.ss.429 cs S 4.971 18S.VC3 5193,935 ? 7,073 691,010 -59383 S 2LfC5 300,185 S3E5.150 ..$127.57 ..5127,579 $C92,10G 1470 . 192.154 Total (14 cargoes) S8B3.5S0 NOVKMBRlt. 1 3 QMetittttnvn ;wr Aflmi. Flour, 1B.828 bbls 2 To Jlnna Kong per Titan. Flour, .! bbls (liass, 120 bbls Ttnl.. 6 To Qmscmtoion pa- SI. Lucie $09,140 22,2 . 390 S22,C18 whont,'fl,2IO bus . $ei 7 To QiicwBlawn per Fiery Crosx. .142 wheat, 7710 bus f To Qucensiown per 3Iartaltan. Wheat, 38,410 bus O To Quccnstown per Kapunda. Wheat, 52,808 bu 3 9 To Quconttoicn per Banffshire. i.S40 2909 .$51,057 Plonr, lC.215bbls $si 10- To Quccnstown perMc ofAnglcsca. .133 Wheat, 41.115 bus $413 10 To Quccmlotvn per Reaper. Wheat, 74,020 bus.............. 73,280 11 To Qiiccnalown per ScotUih Prince. Wheat, 45,125 bus .. $41,000 14 To Qiuenrlnirn per Amana, Wheat, 08.972 bus .$c7 V591 17 To Qucmlmrn per Dlcng fell Whoat. 59.85S bu? . .. 59 0.808 19 To Qiuxnstotcn per Iialahlava Wheat, 71,711 bus S039G 20 To Calais per Virgo. Wheat,4l,25D bus ? 11. 981 21 To Qurcnstmvn per CatilocJi. Wheat, G7.3G5 bus $08 SI To Quccnstoiai per CdliUircam. Wheat, 30,053 bus $30T2G3 24 To Quccnstown per IAkc Erie. Whoat, 48K bus . .. S 24 To Qucensloivnper'Glenpcrlg. 1.027 "WiCSt, 60,533 bus. . .... f 57, Templo Lodge, Wo. 7A.F.A.M. REGULAR COMMUNICATIONS fi first and third Tuesdays In each W month, at o'clock, r. at., at the'x Ual iu AMorta. Members ol the order in good btandiiifr are Invited to attend.. w uy oraer oi uie . Beaver Lodge No. 35, L O. O. F. TJEGULAR MEETING EV- xiL. IX ery Thursday evening ntBfe nan-past seven ociock, :u me fcs! Lorfge mom In Odd Fellows Hall Astoria. Sojourning members of the order in cood standing, cordially invited to attend. uyoruer .i.u. Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. 0. 0. P. KEGULAR MKE ITNGS OF OCEAN EN cainDiriont No. 13. I. O. O. F.. at the Lodge, in the Odd Fellows Building, at seven r. ii., on the second and fourth Mondays of each month, Sojourning breth ren coraiauy umieu. ay oraer . Seaside Lodcre No. 12. A. O. TJ. W. T1EGULAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE XXi Lodge no. 12, A. o. u. w. wm oe ncm in Pythian Hall on Friday evening ol each order In good standing, and visiting Broth ers are iuvilcu 10 aucuu. iiuiuij open fifteen minutes before and after each meeting. By order UA u. uiiu it i , i.ec Astoria Lodge No. 40. L O. G.I. REGULAR MEETING EVERYTUESD AY evening at 7 o'clock, at Pythian Hall. Astoria. Members of the Order, in good standing, are invited to attend. Degree meeting urst Aionuay ot cacn monui. By order V. C. T. American Legion of Honor. REGULAR MEETING OF ASTORIA Council No. 995 Is held on the first and third Tuesday of each month, at 7 o'clock i m. By order of the Council Commander. Common CounciL REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND" AND fourth Tuesday evenings of each month at 1Yi o'clock. S"l'ersons uesinng to tiave matters acieu Ing must present the same to the Auditor aud Clerk, on or before the Friday evening prior to tne xuesuayon wmcu wiu wjuhuh iioias us regular meeiuip. Auditor and Clerk. C'llUKCIl DIRECTORY. Jift'TJ- Cuirnr.iT flnlv rnmninnion first Sunday of every month. Sunday services at 11 a. m., and 7 iM."Wednc3 dav evening service at 7 o'clock. Hev. M. l). Wilson, ltcctor. First Pbesbytkbian Crxur.cir Ser- vinf;it.n A. r. nnd 7 P. M. Wodlie.S- dav evening prayer meeting at 7 o'clock. Kev. J. V. Milligan, Pastor. Cong beg ational Ciruitcir Services at 11 a. m. and 7 r. sl Jlev. Sam'l Wood, Tastor. Roman Catholic Cirmicir Services atlO :30 a.m. Itev. L. Dielman, Tastor M. E. Ciiuncn Services at 11 a. m. and 7 r. m. Lecture and Prayer fleet ing, Wednesdaj-, at 7 r. m. ltev. WnL :oberts, pastor. Baptist Church. Services each .ord's Day at 11 A. m., and 7 p. m. 'rayer Meeting on Wednesday, at 7 . m. Kev. B. S. 1 EcLafferty, pastor. Domestic Exports. The receipts of certain articles of Or egon produce, at San Francisco, from .January 1, 1883, to November 14tli,incltt sive, have been as follows: Flour, qr sks....... . Wheat, ctls 50.722 1,913 1,000 274,099 509 8,303 G05 28.834 31.021 3571 50 11 23 159 G,5U 971 493 21 71 0527 71 779 1C 23 Oats, ells Salmon, bbls.......... I)kK3 . . Apples. Ripe, bxs . .. bbls .......... Butter, pkgs rotaioe.s. sks... . Wool, bales...................... Hides. jo . Ta!!ov. pkgs............. Beef, bbls Hay, balcs.................. Quicksilver, flasks......M... Fruit, Dried, pkgs . Leal her. pkgs . Hops, bales...........-.. liains. i)khs....................... Cheese, cs . . . iax&eca, sks . Com. ctls........................ Canned Goods, cs Lara, pi:gs .. . . Bacon, cs BUY THE BEST! ARBOUR Erlsh Flax Salmon Net Threads Woodberry, and Needle Brands, SEINE TWINES. AND CORK AND LEAD LINES, FIkIi IoundH, Seines, and XetH Imported to Order. A T ntinA rf4nlr sfTT4l-iift. T3ymTiT4vim JLittl'llG 01UU1U1 Jnc LU1UL , JPlSlilililtSS AND FISH HOOKS. CONSTANTLY ON HAND. HENRY DOYLE & CO., 517 and 519, MARKET STREET SAN FRANCISCO. SF'Agents for the Pacific Coast SLIGHT ODDS. A LI l tie Story with a Iarge Moral One Ulan who Knew Mr Own BHSinCHH. "No. xny dear." said tho vcnerablo keopor of a country store to a timid littlo cirl whoso head scarcely came up to the Ierel of the counter. 'Xo, my dear, wo haven't any . red flannel, hut wo havo some first rate Netr Or leans molasses." Softly hinting that she didn't think that would answer tho purpose quite as well, tho child went her way in search of tho article sho wanted. "Have you BENSON'S CAPCINE PLAS TERS?" asked a gentleman of a certain drug gist whoso namo could bo circa wero it de sired. I am troubled just now with a touch of my old friend, tho lumbago, and tho Ben son's Plaster soems to go to the spot almost as soon as it touches the skin." "Not at present." replied tho druggist, gen ially " but, wo havo lots of plasters just as good. Thoro is Allcock's, the. Capsicum and others won't one of them do as well?" "My dear sir," retorted tho gentleman, with a slight show of temper, "I say nothing againftthoso articles, but I am a business man, and always ask for precisely what wan and for nothing else. I may flnlighten yon, however, when I say thai soaetime ago, for another dise&se, ot which tbe Capcine has since cured mo, I tried all those you mention with no appreciable benefit. They are inefii cient, every one of them, the meanest act of tho proprietors of some of them being this that they make plasters with similar sound ing names to d active the he wary into believ ing tney are tno same utiag. .bxpeneuco taught me the difforeaee. I'll go to the next man in your line. Good ey." Bo on i our gaard againet imitations. The genuine has the word CAPCINE cut cleanly is the middle of the pkster. All others are iispositio&B. SeaVory k Jotstos, Cfcesa&c, New York. Suffer no longer from Dyspep sia, Indigest ion, want of Appetite.loss of Strength lack of Energy, Malaria, Intermittent Fevers, &c. BROWN'S IRON BIT TERS never fails to cure all these diseases. Boston, November 6, iE3i. Baovrcj Cjiejiical. Co. Gentlemen: For year I have been a great suttcrer from Dyspepsia, and coald get no relief (having tried everything vrltich recommend ed) until, acting on the u!vice of a friend, who had been beacfitttd by Brown's Irom Bin rK I tried a bottle, vrith. most surprising results. Previous to taking Bhown's Ii:ic Urnxxs, crerything I sac ditrcsed ine, and I suffered greatly from a burning sensation in the stomach, which was unbearable. Sirce tak ing Brown's Ibom Errxmts, all my troubles are at an end. Can cat any time without any disagreeable re sults. I am practically another person. Mrs. V J. Flysx, 33 Mavcricl: St., E. Boton. BKOVN'S IRON BIT TERS acts like a charm on the digestive organs, removing all dyspeptic symptoms, such as tast ing the food, Belching, Heat in the Stomach, Heartburn, etc. The only Iron Preparation that will not blacken the teeth or give headache. Sold by xll Druggists. Brown Chemical Co. Baltimore, Md. rre that all Iron Bitters are raadc by Crown Chemical Co.. Baltimore, and have crossed red lines and trade mark on wrap;c7. EWARS OF IMITATIONS INE OF THE OLDEST AND K0ST R ELI ABU REMEDIES IN THE WORLD FOR THE CURE OF Cougns, Colds, Hoarseness Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Influenza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, and Every affection of llio THROAT, LUNGS AND CHEST, Including CONSUMPTION. A WELL-KNOWN PHYSICIAN WRITES i ' It does not dry up a cough, and leave the catat Achlad, as is the case with most preparations. Ltd kasens it, cleanses the lungs and allays irritation lhas removing the cause of complaint" DO NOT BE DECEIVED by articles bcaj. ag similar names. Be sure you ret DR. WlSTARrS BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY, irhh the signature of "I. BUTTS " oa the wrapper CO Cents and SI. OO a DotUc. Prepared by SETH V. FOWLE & SONS. Bos oa. Mas. Sold bv dmccsu and dealers general1 MARKETS. CENTEAL MARKET. General assortment of table stock constantly on nana, such as Canned Fruits and Jelly, Bacon, Hamsj Shoulders, Lard EGGS, BUTTER, CHEESE, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, FISH. 1'OUI.TItY AXD GAME In the season. CIGARS AHD TOBACCO. Best of WIES AND MQUORS. All cheap for CASH. Goods sold on com mission. Opposite I. W. Case's store. J. RODGERS. Washington Tffarket, Main Strect - - Astoria Oregon BERGMAN BERRY T ESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN. AX, tion of the public to the fact that the above Market will always b supplied with a FULL VARIETY BEST QUALITY FRESH AND CURED MEATS! Which will be sold at lowest rate, wholesale asa retau. bpeciai attonuon given to rnppU ne ibios. LOOK HERE ! "We respectfully Inform the public that we will always keep on hand the best quality of Fresh and Cured Meats Choice Family Groceries, Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Crockery and uia&s-ware. Ships, Hotels and Boarding nouses sup piled on liberal terms. A share of tho public patronage isrespect- imiy uitciieu. dtf, "WAKREX & THOMSON. STAR MARKET. WHERRY & COMPANY, Fresh and Cured Meats, Vegetables, FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS. OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL; CMEXAXU Str0t, Aateria , Ox Tho other day a grocer sold to an old farmer a gallon of tar through mistake for molasses. After discov ering the mistake he waited to hear some complaint, bnt hearing none, wrote to tho old fellow, who replied as follows: "Much obliged for the correction, but it come too late, as all of the stuff is dono sopped up. "Wife she allowed that thoro was sutuin outen fix with the 'lassea: but I lowed she must be 'prejedist." Ar- Jcansaw Traveller. A thrilling scene occurred at the opera house at Montgomery, night lefore last, at the close of Mr.Beech 618 lecture. The paper there has been very abusive of Mr. Beecher, nnd it is said tho editor gave instruc tions that nothing favorable to him should be printed. AVhen he con cluded bi3 regular lecture, he said he had something to say as a matter of personal privilege. Ho had been as sailed and denounced. He gave a short review of his career, dwelling upon tho fact that he had always op posed oppression and had favored freedom. He grew eloquent over his course against slavery, but said that since war he had been a friend to North and South alike, and that the man who said he had never uttered one word against either section was "aliarP' The scene was dramatic, and the effect on the audience was such that a deafening round of ap plause went up. Atlanta, da.. Con stitution. A German paper explains the origin of tho name ".Kalamazoo ' by declar ing that the first settler m the place was a Crennan; that he bad a son named Karl: that he kept a saloon, which he closed lawfully at 9 o'clock every night, his injunction to his son being regularly made at mat nour in these words: "'Karl, inacht ziif Tho Indians took note of these words and didn't like them, as they shut off the supply of whisky, liiko All iiaba m the "Jj orty Thieves, tbey tried to get the "open sesame" of the place. The nearest they could come to it was "K'lama'zu," and whenever they spoke of tho .location of tho enterprising German's saloon the)' referred to it and him as "Old Kn'Jama'zu." In due time tho name, with the modern spelling, Kalamazoo, came as a mat ter of course. There is being made a new effort to put Secretary Lincoln to the front as a candidate for vice-president The only reason for it is that ho is the son of his father. This is poor reason in fact, it is a dangerous reason. If we nominate men because of their family name, we establish the founda tion for an aristocracy. If Mr. Lin coln, as he is, bore the name of Smith or "VVilkins, no one would dream of putting him on a national ticlwt nor, indeed, would he, with his abil ity as now made manifest, have been in tho cabinet at alL He is a very good officer, a very worth) man, but has done nothing, has shown no abil ity that should make him any moro prominent than thousands of other worthy but not brilliant or wonder fully wiso citizens. Magnus G. Crosby Dealer in HARDIAEE, M, STEEL iron Pipe and Fittings, Plumbers and Steam Fitters Goods and Tools, SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD SHEET tRGft, 1s23. AND Copper CaHRer? ana Flsliermens SnppliBs Stoves, Tin Ware and Hons Furnishing Goods. JOBBING IN SHEET IRON, TIN. COP PER PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING Done with neatness andt dispatch. None but first class workmen employed. A largo.assortment of SCALES Constantly on hand Leinenweber & Co. C. liKIKKXWEBEK. . fill ESTABLISHED 1835. ASTORIA. OREGON, TAMERS AM CMBBIES Manufacturers and Importers of LL KINDS OF AND FINDINGS Wholesale Dealers Iu OIL AND TALLOW. yilichest cash price paid for Hides and j. aiiow. HANSEN BROS. SASH AND DOOR FACTORY AND PLANHOTGr MILL. A full stock of home manufactured Roods uuiuuumy on nana. Special Attention given to Orders All work guaranteed. Your patronage so uuieu. ASTORIA. Oregon REMOVAL. The Astoria Passenger Line WILL AFTER THIS DATE HAVE ITS Jl T headquartenTat Its Stables next to B. a. .Franklin's, two doors beJow Tiik Asto- BiAxouice. First-class Livery sen-Ice. Carts with horse furnished, for one dollar per uuur. arnases on aDDiicanon The Astoria Passenger Line Hacks will leave for Upper Astoria from the stables. Horses taken to board MRS. T. O'BRIEN. Notice. TOnCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE jli undersigned has been appointed the as slcneeof the firm of A. M.Johnson and Co and all persons having claims against said firm are notified to present the same duly i cnucu iu me at ray orace in Astoria. Ore gon, within three months from this date, octooeri7Ui,lgS3. d-ew A. TV. BERRY, A. V- A! ' ! 7liolesalo and Retail Uwuler in f MILL FEED. j Glass and Plated Ware, f TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC . RUITS AND VEGETABLES.! Together with Wines, LiquorsfTGbacco,Cigars I Harper's Magazine. ILLUSTRATED. Harttcr'A JJaflarlrJcbeuiitsltssLxty eluhth oluiiie wllh thn December Number. It Is the most popular illustrated periodical in Auienca and England, always fully abreast of ia limes iu its treatment of subjects of r.nt- iw'il -mil Inilnctritkl intinit ?mrt uwavs advanclnir Its standard of literary. article, and ineciianlcal excellence. Anion; j Mm .iiii.iviiiiii:. nil tctrs . .& ml: aui iai t ' el bv William Black, illustrated by Au- bkv : a new noel by E. r. Bob, Illustrated ; 13 (iinsoN and Diklmax : descriptive lllus-; trated papers by Gkohgk II Bocghto i Fkank D. Millet. C. II. FAHXiiAar, and others; important historical and biographi cal papers; short stories bj- W. D. llow- KLU.u:tAi:r.K i;K.nK,e. HAEPES'S PERIODICALS. Per Year: HARPER'S MAGAZINE -....SH 00 HARPER'S WEEKLY...., 4 00 HARPER'S HAZAK 4 00 HARPER'S YOUNG PEOPLE 1 50 HARPER'S FRANKLN SQUARE LI BRARY, One Year iw Numbers) 10 00 Peitane free to all suhscrilxra in the United Stale or Canada. The volumes of the JIaaa2ine besiu with the Numbers for .Tune and Decemberof each. ear. When no time is specified, it will be understood thnt the subscriber wishes to be gin with the current Number. 'I he last Eight Volumes of Harper's Mag azine, in neat cloth binding, will be sent by mail, postpaid, on receipt of $300 per volume. Cloth Cases, for binding, 50 cents each by mail, postpaid. index to narjKr s Magazine, Ainnaocucai, Analytical, and classified, for Volumes 1 to tM). inclusive, irnmj unc. isoo, io .June, lisu, one vol., 8vo, Cloth. St 00. Remittances should uemaueDyrost-umce Mouey Order or Draft, to avoid a chance of loss. Xewtnanem are not to conn mis advertise ment without the express order of Hakpeii !c Broth Ens. Address HARPER & BROTHERS. New York. W. E. DEMENT & CO. ASTORIA, - - - OREGON Carry in Stock, DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET and FANCY ARTICLES. Prescriptions carefully Compounded THE LATEST STYLES IN WALL PAPER AT B. B. FRANKLIN'S, NEXT DOOR TO ASTORIAN OFFICE. A very large Stock from which to select. Window curtains made to order. CSr-My patent Trimmer to cut Wall Paper will be lound convenient to my patrons. Hamilton Street Assessment. NOTICE is hereby "iven that the the Citv of Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon, and which Ordinance passed the Common Council of said city on the J3th day of Novemuer,18S3, and was approved on tin 14th ilav of November. 188X for the nronosed imnrovement of Hamilton street, in the Citv of Astoria, as laid out south side of Chennmus street to the south side of Astor street in the manner pro vided bv Ordinance No. 550 of the City ot Astoria, and which Ordinance passed the common council ot said city on tne jytn uayor aepteraoer, lusa, and was approved on the 1st day of October, 18S3, on each of the following described lots fronting on said portion of said street, is now payable at the office of the City Treasurer in U. S. gold and silver coin, and unless paid wihtin five days from the expiration of this notice, viz: Priday. December 8,1883, the Common Council will issue warrants for the collection .Yam qfUirtur. M J Kinney Jf ,J Kinney .1 GNernburg John Ilobson Pythian Building Association. if J Kinney Heirs of G V Warren R Carrathers T Broemser J T Gray A J Meglcr J V White By order of the Common Council of Astoria, November 18, 1883. Drugs and Chemicals J. E. THOMAS DRUGGIST AD . Pharmacist, AblUK A.O Prescriptions carefully compounded Day or Night, I. "W. CASE, IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RE TAIL DEALER IN GEKERAL MESCEAMSE Corner Chenamus and C&ss streets. ASTORIA - - - - OREGON 4 I A za lie-1 lf J.co PARKER HOUSE, IS. U. IMXtSiKK. Irop.. ORHGON. ASTORIA. - E. P. PARKER. - Manager and Agent. M. CROSBY. - - Day Clerks Phil. BOWEltS. - - Night Clerk. i.Tas. DUFFY has tlte Bar and Billiard room. First Class in all Ecspects. FREE COACH TO THE HOUSE. IT IS A' PACT THAT JEFF'S CHOP HOUSE ON Concomly Street is the Best in , Town. TILVT j He Iia:- Alwa) !( on Hand FI5ESH Mioul Water Bay and East ern Oysters. TILVT " JEFF" IS THE BOSS CATERER. THAT 1Se lia lrKn rroprictor or the "Anrom Hotel" In Knappton seven years. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. A Hew Departure. At Frauk Fabre's, Is daily set a TABLE D'HOTE from 6 to 7 :30 P M At which A FINE FRENCH DINNER, With Half a Bottle Wine Will be furnished for 30 cents. Bcnrtl by tlie.ontli, - to 830 Lodgings can be procured by the day. week or month. 31v establishment is fitted newly throughout, and everything; main tamed in the best style. .FKAXK1 FAllKE. A Good Cup of Coffee AND OYSTERS. MRS. POWELL HAS OPENED AN OYS ter stand and Coffee House on Main street next to the Oregou Bakery. Every attention paid to patrons. COSMOPOLITAN Chop House and Restaurant. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. 31cals 25 cents and upwards. Proprietor. - ASTORIA. 31 A IX STltLET. Astoria Restaurant. EDWARD YOUNG Announces to the public that he has located In the rooms formerly occupied by the City Book Store, where he vrill keep a Restaurant ana1 Cliop House Furnishing meals to nrder at all hours. His patrons will find the tables supplied with ten or twelve of the best newspapers. His renutation as former nronrietor of the New England Restaurant Is a sufficient recommendation for his new house. assessment made by Ordinance No. 572 of and recorded hi John McCIure, from the thereof, rue assessment is as follows: ? P ? 1 S a S 2. i !3 S a). s r 2. " S s . r ' . : : -a s- : I : ? 5 I : : : : "4 58 100 S50 00 $330 00 S4S0 00 II " " 50 00 445 00 493 00 ( " u 50 00 -445 00 405 00 9 " " 50 00 297 00 347 00 4 Gl " 50 00 100 00 150 00 11 " 50 00 417 00 4G7 00 C " " 50 00 243 00 293 00 9 " " 50 00 417 00 4o7 00 4 04 " 50 fjO 65 00 115 00 11 " " 50 00 417 00 467 00 6 " " 50 00 417 00 467 00 9 u u 50 00 417 00 467 00 said City of Astoria. T. S. JEWETT. Auditor and Clerk BETORZ. JLTZXS. ELECTRO VOLTAIC BELT, and other Electric Affzxinczs. Wo trill send on Thirty Days' Trial, TO HEX, YOU'G OR OLD. -who are suffering i rom nervous uebujtt, ixdst viTaLirr. ana tnose aiseases or a i-iksoxal. hxtcsb resmtin? rrom Abuses and Ottiss Causes. Sneedr relief and com- clcte restoration ta Uziim. Vioob and Misnooo ODABJurrzED. Send at once for Illustrated Pamphlet iree. nnrrr Voltaic Belt Co., Masshall, Mice HOSPITAL, ASTORIA, - - - OREGOU THIS INSTITUTION. UNDER CARE OF the Sisters of Charity, is now ready for the reception of patients. Private rooms for the accommodation of any desiring them. Patients admitted at all houis, day or night No physician has exclusive rtght, every patient is Iree to and has the privilege ol employing any pnysician tney preier. United States Marine Seamen who pay Hospital Dues, are enti tled to Free care and attendance at this Hos pital during sickness. Permits must be. ob tained for United States Marines at the Cus tom House. SISTEB3 OK CHAKITi For Sale. FIVE HUNDRED COEDS DRY HEM lock Wood, which I will deliver at the houses of customers for 34 a cord. DrayingoraU kinds done at reasonable rates. ILK. MARION. TRANSPORTATION LINES. Oregon Railway & Navigation COMPANY. OCEAN DIVISION. During the month of November, MS, Ocean Steamers will sail from Portland for j San Francisco every Tuesday and Friday. aua irom an r rancisco lor 1'ortlanu every Wednesday and Saturday. leaving Alns worth Dock. Portland, at Midnight, and SpearStreet Wharf, San Francisco, at 10 A.5C. Tliroush Tickets sold to all princlpa cities In the. United States, Canada and Europe. RAIL DIVISION. Passenger Trains leave Portland for East ern points, at 9 :00 P. M. dally and at 7 :3 A. M. dally, except Sunday. JMYER DIVISION' (Middle CalKmbia. Boats leave Portland for Dalles at 7 r&O A. M. ALSO: Leave Port-1 i land for Mon Tu. We. Thu. FrLlSat. Astoria and I tower uo-i lamhii. . IS AM IE Xil RAM SAM S AM SAM 7 AM AM S3ik::Ham is AM Victoria.BO!fi AM16 AM ft AM cam; AMlGAM Le&Tes Aitaris for Portland at 6 a. el. dailir ex cept Sunday. Poll man Palace Cars manias between Port Und. and St. Paul. C. H. PRESCOTT, JOHN MUTB, Manager. Sbp't of Traffic A. L. STOKES, E. P. ROGERS, Assist. Sup't . General Agent of Traffic. P&ueager Dep't. Oregon & California R. R. . !.OREGON & TRANSCONTINENTAL COMPANY, LESSEE. On an after 2Iay 13, 1883, trains will raa as follows, DA1LZ (Except Sundays), sisTsiss Dtvraio.f. Bctireea POKTXAXD asd CLEXBALS . LEAVE. ARRIVE. Portland 7:30 A. K.Glendale 10:25 p. v. Glendalo 1:00 A. JtlPortland 45 p. v. ALBANY EXPRES8 THAIN. LEAVE. ARRIVE. Portland 4:00 P. M.ILebanon 9.20 P. At Lebanon 4:45 A. M.Portland.10:05 A.M ThoOroeon and California Railroad I err makes connection with all Regular Trains od taaume Division. westside Drraioir. Between Portland and Corvalll UXTL TXAI2I LEAVE. ARRIVH. Portland 9:00 A. M.ICorvallis 4:30 P. M Corvallis 8:80 A. M. Portland 3:28 P. M HXPRES3 TEAIK LEAVE. ARRIVE Portland 5:00 p. m. McMinnvilIe8:00 p. u JicirmvxUe.o:45A.M.lPortJand... 8:30jl. Close connections mads at Glanilala with tho Stazes of the Oregon and California Stage company. iTTtckets for sale at all the principal pointf i California and tba F.nxt. at ComBaav'i OQce. Corner F and Front Sis., Portland, Or, Storage will be charged on freight remain ing at Company 3 warehouse over 21 hoars. freight will not be received for snimnant after 5 o'clock P. M. on either the East or WeRtaide Division. R.KOEHLER, JOHJfMTTIB, Manager. Sup't. of Trafflo. A. L. STOKES. . P. R0QER3, AS3t aup s. ueneralAjj t of rrafflc Passenger Deo't. liwaco Steam Navigation Go.'s WINTER SCHEDULE. Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort Oanby, and lliuaco. Connecting by stages for Oysterville and Olympla. Until further notice the Hwaco Steam Navigation Co.'a steamars "Gen. Miles," or "Gen. Canby" Will leave Astoria On Mondays and Thursdays, at 7 A. M. Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and liwaco OK Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, The steamer-will leave Astoria at 9 a. v., as formerly, not being confined strictly to schedule time. Fare to Fort Stevens BOcts " Canby and Ilwaco......... ?i oo 12rIlwaco freleht. by the ton. In lota of one ton or over, S2 per ton, -For Tickets, Towage or Charter ap ply at tho office of the company, Gray's wrtarr, loot oi jjenion street. j. ii. u. uxta.x, Agent. Shoalwater Bay Transportation Co. SUMMER ROUTE. Astoria to Olympla, Touching at Fort Stevens, Fort Canby, Ilwaeo, Xortli Beach, Oysterville, Xertb Cove, Petersons Point, He qalnra, iSentesano, And all points on Shoalwater Bay, and Gray Harbor. GEN. MILES, Strs. or On Columbia River. GEN. CANBY, " GEN. GARFIELD " " MONTESANO Shoalwater Bay. Gray's Harbor Connecting with Stages over Portages. Leave Astoria for Olympla, at - - 7 A. M. 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 o passengers will leave Wilson. and Fisher's dock every Monday, Vednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriuingat Portland atl P.M. Returning leaves Portland every Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 A, M. Arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M, An additional trip wul be made oa Sunday of Each Week, Leaving Portland at O o'clock Sunday 31 ruing:. Passengers by this route connect at "rTalaraa for Sound ports. U. B. SCOTT, President. EEGULAR STEAM PACKET "Daisy" and Barge. Will leave Astoria, from Gray's Doelr, For Olney, and Head of Youngs Elver, Daily, at 8 a. m., (except "Wednesdays aad Sundays.) Returning same day. For Landings on Lewis & Clark's River, On Wednesdays, at 8 A. Mn Returning same day. aGg-For Freight or Passage, apply oh board or at Gray's Dock, where Frei2ht.willbe r ceiTed and stored, if neessary. J.S.D.tKA?.