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She giittjj ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY- .NOVEMBER 29, 1883 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. Scottish Prince. Br bk Quecastown If ot 11 BalaVlara, Br ep Qucentowa Nor 19 Virso, Sw bk Calais Nov 20 Caltloch, QueenstownNov2l Coldstream. Br bk Queenstown Nor 2' Glenperis, Br bk Qnpcnstown Nor 21 Lake lirie. Br sd Qncenstown Nor 21 OUn FersusoaBr bk Qnentoirn Nor 77 SAILED. Corsica, Am cp Nor 2$ State of California, es Debney. S V Nor 23 A RRl VA LS FROM SKA . Morayshire, Br sp 1425 Leitb, Nor tS VESSELS IN THE RIVER. Imperial, Am sp Oliv S.Soutbard, Amsp Red Cross. Am sp Ice Kins, Am sp Helicon. Bhotan. Br sp O be roc, Brsp Ironside, Br bk Antwerp. Br bk Kowland Hill. Br bk Star of Krin. Br sp Spirit of the Dawn . Br Citr of Madrid. Br sp Incncreon. Brep L.ad stock. Br bk Cleniller. Brsp Barcanr. Br sp Sovereign of the Seas MtWaahington. Amsp Iliebland Light, Am. Indiana. Am ep. Carrie Winslow.Ara bk C D Bryant, Am bk Martha Fisher, Killochan. Br sp O boron. Br bk Liie Bell. Brbk Mallsgate, Br bk Harry Bailey. Br bk Bolivia. Brbk Oakworth. Br sp ('irran, Brbk Sea King. Am sp Oyni.ca. Br bk VESSELS OH THE WAY. Fro hi JForcJcru JPorts. for the Columbia River Angerona. Br sp Wilmington' Nor 10 Aberstwith Castle. Brsp IOCS Liverpool Sept 11 Banca. Brbk 1010 Newcastle. Sept 9 Blemah, Brsp&l Wilmington Unas. Cotesworth, Br bk Liverpool City of Carlisle, Br bk Greenock Aug 14 Hskdale. Br bk Lirarpool July 2C I fie of Krin, Br sp Sydney Sept 1C Janet McNeil, Br bk June 13 Glasgow Kelvcrdale. Br bk 1191 N is W Oban Bay, Br bk Townsville Sept 19 Hirer Indue, Brsp 1015 Scott if !i Bard. Brbk SIC Brisbane Sept to Sarah Bell. Br bk SI2 Newcastle Sept 1 Stagnound, Br bk ST3 Wilmington S. 1L llrad. Am bk 10J5 N Y Sept C, From American PortH. Henry Jamos. Br bk 909 N Y J une lit Meroin, Am sp Y August 17 M W AVatU. Am UV New York May 12 Tillie K Starbuck, Am sp N Y June2J TIIK TAlIIiK FOR ASTOKIA. NOVKMIIKK. I II Kill WATKIl. I LOW WATF.K. I First. Scconil. First. Second. IS I 2 11 ? 1:1 h It m. h. til. .u h. til. jssj o oi ( 111 :mf8-.i j r, ;ii iit c m I0-.0 0 -11 I7'I I 0 Olpl'.fl i 0 10 19 I 7 :M It8 Soj 1 7i7-:i I 0 o7j)!- 1 C "itni'i O I 8 tp0-9 Tin hours lK'tvoMi midnight and noon are ut'-sitrnated liv (a. :.. those between noon and midnight by j yi: M.). 0. VOm a denotes midnight, o-V. (Kim. denotes noon. The height is reckoned from the level of average lower low waters to which thesound mgs are given on the Coast Jsurvey charts. Fitllowing is the schedule of prices for unvage ui ana out over me uoiumula liar For vessels not. Inwanl Outward exceeding Ioaded. Ballast. 800 tons...S!M SIT) 150 800 to 1000 tOIIS. 2U0 175 175 1000 to I'M) tons... 12.1 J00 lO0 l'JOO to 1400 tOHS. ' 25 a0 1400 to itioo tons... :o io ooo Columbia River Exports. SnirMKNTS FO 11 EI ON'. ltiCCAPITULATION .TANDAKY '83. 91.878 bus. wlieat S 30010 ums uour..... 57,1 Total. ? cargoes................... KF.ltKUAHV. Wheat. iro.9oa bits., value Flour, -J9.4K0 bbls., " Total. 5 cargoes MAKCH. Wheat(197.r24 bushels) Plour(.8.141 bbls) .Salmon (2G0tf cases)..... . Lumber (ROOM ) TtitiU (8 ciirgoe).. ....... Al'RIL. Flour. 4,830 bbls . Lumber, S75 M Total. 3 cargoes... ... MAY. Flour 3.525 bbls Wheat 49,'Jli: bus Total, ( cargo) Flour. 991 bbls Salmon, ir;,7ji3cs . $ 5G3.486 ...$ 179.198 .. 144,493 . S 323.C91 216.750 .$344.107 .... 13,030 0,900 $896,311 S135J54 40.000 $180,554 $ 17.8S1 59.090 S7C.977 S 4.970 188,905 Total. (1 cargo) $193,935 JULY. Hour, 1.SS4 bbls $ 7,673 Salmon, 1 1 8.322 cs C91.610 Total, (3 cargoes) AUGUST. Flour. 4.993bbls Sulnion,72,(!37cs ..-$59983 $ 24.9C5 300,185 Tot al . 2 cargoes...-........... sKiTitMimn. Wheat, 18C.483 bus. Total (2 cargoes) orroiiEU. Wheat. 740.043 bus Flour. 3,172 bbls Salmon. 38.429 cs Total (14 cargoes) NOVEMitni:. 1 To QuccHsUncn jmrAftnn. Flour. 13.828 bbls i 2 To Hong Konu jwr Titan. .. $385,150 ,...$1277 ,..$127 ,579 .$92,10C 14,270 .- 192.154 ..$898,530 $C9.140 Flour, fi.132 bbls ft:iss, 120 bids Total 0 To Qucenslmcn per St. Lvete. .$22,258 390 S22.C48 Wlient, CG.230 bus .". $ci 1,442 7 To Quccnxtmcn jut Fiery Crow, Wheat, 77.81C bus .. $75 8 To Qurenfttmcn iter Martaban. i.840 Wheat, 3S.440 bus . ..... $33 9,209 a To Qnca&totrn per Kapuntla Wiieat, r2,RC9 bus ,$r,i .05 9 To Qitcenntown er Baiiffthire. Flour, 10,215 bids .x $81 10- To Quccntoai per Isle of Angioma, .133 Wheat, 41.115 bus $41 1.937 10 To Quccnxtown per llcaper. Wlieat, 74,020 bus..... $7380 14 To Qurctixtmcn per Scottish Prince, Wheat, 45.125 bus . $44 1,000 14 To Qiuxntfrtcn j" Amana Wicat. CS72 bus $07,591 17 To Qurenfoim per Blcnufcll Wlieat.59.KJ8 bus $5958 19 To Qttecnxtouii jwr nalaklava Wheat, 71,711 bus 20 To OiM per Virgo. Wheat.41,259 bus 21 To Qucensloim per Caltloch. ..$6990 -$4181 "Wheat, 07.353 bus . $68; tlTo Qiiccmtown per CoUlxtrcam. Wheat, 30,053 has... ....-.... $30 0,203 24 To Qucairtotrn pcrlxihc Eric W heat, 485G bus.- . .. ...$49 9.527 24 To Qiirnisfoiroprx GlenperiK Vlieat, 00,833 bus $57,490 27 To Qiicaifiinirn per Clan Ferguson. nour, 13,943 b&is . $eg,7io SOCIETY 3LEETING8. Temple Lodge, No. 7A.F.A.M. REGULAR COMMUNICATIONS first and third Tuesdays in eachVjf month, at 7J4 o'clock, r. m., at tlieV Hall in Astoria. Members of the order in good standing arc invited to attead.. . ' uy order oi.tno v n.sn. Beaver Lodge No. 35,1. 0. 0. P. REGULAR MEETING EV ery Tlmrsday evening at nan-past seven o ciock, at me Lodee room in Odd KellowsHall Astoria. Sojourning members of the order in good standing, cordially Inylted to attend. ay oraer w. Ocean Encampment, NO. 13, L O. O: P. KEGULAR MEETINGS OF OCEAN EN carapment No. 13. I. O.O. P., at the Lodge, in tue uua i-enows uuuaing, at coven t sr. nn . thp spponrt and fourth Mondays of each month. Sojourning breth ren coraiauy mvueu. uy oraer r. Seaside Lodg-e No. 12, A. O. U. W. TEGULAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE JLi Loagejso. 12, a. v. u. w. vrm te nem in Pythian Hall on Friday" evenlag Of eadi wnefc.fl.r.7 o'clock p. M. Members Of the order In good standing, and visiting Broth ers are invitea to attena. i.iorary wui ue open fifteen mlnufes before and after each meeting, ay oraer nJ?1: y. 'Astoria Lodore No. 40. L D. G.I. REG UL All MEETING EYE KY TUESDAY evening at 7 o'clock, at Pythian Hall. standing, are invited to attend. Degree meeting urst juonaay ui cacxi mumu. uy oraer w . i. American Lection of Honor; "DEGULAR MEETING OF ASTOlttA mini j.uesiuiy-oi eacu iuubuj, ai v it. v . aiui jcj.au, -f c vj Cttahlntr Post No. 14. -Q. A- fi. REGULAR MEETINGS OF. THIS POST on the second and fourth Tuesdays of eacn monu u;-ju r, a. v uiuos wm raaes coraiauy inviiea. uy oraer Common ConnctL . REGULAR MEETINGS, .SECOND. AND fourth Tuesday evenlnes of each month at IV, o'clock. , . . - 83-persons desiring to nave matters aciea unon nv me council, ai anv xeETixar. iaeet- Ins must nresent the same to theAudltor ana cierK, on or ueiore ine iinaay evening prior to the Tuesday on which the. Council holds its regular meeting. Auditor and Clerk. CHURCH DIRECTOR!?. Grace Church Holy communion first Sunday of every month.. Sunday servicesatliA. sr and 7 r.aiYVedhes- day evening senice at 7 o'clock. Kv. ii. jj. Yllson, ltector. . First Presbyterian Chuiich Ser vices atll a. m. and 7 p. M. Wednes day evening prayer meeting at 7 o'clock. Kev. J. V. Jdilligan, Pastor. Congregational Church Services at 11 A. m. and 7 P. m. Key. ham'1 Wood, Pastor. Roman Catholic Church Services at 10 a.m. Key. L. Dielman, Pastor 31. E. Church Services atll a. M and 7 r. r. Lecture and Prayer Meet ing, Wednesday, at 7 r. M. Kev. Wm Jtouerts, rastor. Baptist Church. Services each Lords Day at 11 A. M., ana 4 p. M. Praj-er Meeting on Wednesday, at 7 p. m. Kev. is. b. JiCLanerty, pastor. Domestic Exports. The receipts of certain articles of .Or egon produce, at San Francisco, from januar3' 1, 1883, to isovemueraist, mem slve, have been as follows: Flour, qr sks...- .. Wheat, ctls C7.839 24C.S43 Oats, ctls ... ...... Salmon, bbls . 34.178 2,020 LOGO hi bbls . .. cs, 277,741 nkes 57 Apj.lcs. lllne, bxs... 8,380 2 COS 001S.-..... .... Butter, pkgs ... .... rotatoes. sks-.. . Wool, bales....-..... Hides. No.-......, 2S.744 34.181 35,903 Tallow, pkgs.....-... Beef, bbls . 11 nay. oaies uicksllver. flasks-., rult. Dried, pkgs. Leather, pkgs.. Hops, bales ....... Hams, pkgs Cheese, cs Flax Seed, sks Corn, ctlu -. ;23 . 159 614 984 499 21 80 7.968 71 Canned Goods, cs Lard, pkgs .. Bacon, cs......-.... 779 10 23 1884. , Harper's Magazine. ILLUSTRATED. Haroer'n Maaazine becins its slxtv-elehth volume with the December Number. It is the most -nonular illustrated neriodical in America and England, always fully abreast oi iuL- iiuea in its ireiiueuioi suojecta 01 current social ana maustriai interest, pa always advancing its standard of literary. artistic, and mecuanical excellence. Aiaotig us attractions lor ibm are : a new senai noT el by William Black, illustrated by Ab uf.y ; a new novel by E. I. Koe, illustrated oy uibsox anauiELMA ; aescnptive mus trated naners by George H. Bouqhtox FuAjnc-D. Millet. C. H. Fabxham. and others: lmnortant historical and blocranhl- cal papers ; short stories by W. D. How- F.LLS, UHABLKS ItEADK, CwC HAEPER'S PEEI0DI0ALS: Per Year: HARPER'S MAGAZINE H 00 . 4 00 HAJBPKR'S WEEKLY HAKFEK'S BAZA li. HAKPEE'S YOUNG PEOPLE HAItPEK'S FKANKLN SQUAKE LI . 4 00 1 5a BRARY, One Year (62 Numbers) 10 00 Po9tagefreetoa.ll tubscribert in the United siaia or uanaaa. The volumes of the -Maporfnc begin with the Numbers for JuneandDecember of each year. "When no time is specified, it Mill be unaerstooa inat ine suoscnoer wisues 10 oe gin with the current Number. The last Eight Volumes of Haroer's Maa azintMa neat cloth binding, will be .sent bv mall.Tostpaid. on receipt of $3 69 per volume. uiotu ibises, ior mnaing, cents eacn oy man. postpaia. Index to Ilarver's Maaazine. Alnhabetical Analytical, and classified, for Volumes 1 to 00. inclusive, irom June. 1850, to June, 1899, one vol.. 8ro. Cloth. 84-00. Remittances should be made bv Post-Office Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance of loss. XewiMDcr are not to com this advertise ment without the express order of Haiipku & Brothers.' -Address HARPER & BROTHERS, New iorK. W. E. DEMENT & CO ASTORIA, - - - OREGON Carry in Stock, DRUGS, CHEMICALS,. TOILET and FAMCy ARTICLES. Prescriptions carefully Compounded THE LATEST STYLES. IN WA.LL PAPER' AT B. B. FRANKLIN'S, NEXT DOOR TO ASTORTAN OFFICE. A very large Stock from which to select. Window curtains &4e to order. ty"My pateat TriiEer to cut Wall Paper wm oe iouna coayeHrssi 10 my pacroBs. Suffer no longer from Dyspep sia, Indigestion, 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 s6, i83t. Browm Cm EMicxt. Co. Geatleaen: For year I have beea peatsuffererfrom Dyspepsia, aad co&ld get so relief (having tried everything which was recommend ed) until, acting on the advice of a friend, vrbo had been benefitted by Brown's Irom Bitters, I tried a bottle, with most surprising results. Previous to taking Bkown's Ikom , Brrrsxs, everything I ate distressed me, and I suffered greatly from a burning sensation in the stomach, which was unbearable. 'Since tak. lag Brown's Iron Bitters, all my trouble are at an end. Can eat any time without any disagreeable re suits. I am practically another person. Mrs. W, J. Flynk, 30 Maverick St.,'E. Boston. BKOWN'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 notblaclcen the teeth or give headache. Sold by 11 Druggists. Brown Chemical Co. ' Baltimore, Md. ice that all Iron Bitters are made by Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore, and have crossed red lines and trade mark on wrapper. "EWAHE OF IMITATIONS Vitalizes and Enriches tlio Blood, Tone! op the System, Make tha Wak Strong', Builds up tho Broken down, Invigorates tlio Brain, and CURES Dyspepsia, Nervous Affections, Gen eral Debility, neuralgia, Fever and Agne, Paralysis, Chronic Diarrhoea, Boils,Dropsy, Humors, Female Com plaints, liver Com plaint, Eemitten. Pever, and 1 ill DISEASES ORIGINATING IN A BAD STAT! OF THE BLOOD, OR ACCOMPANIED BY DEBILITY OR A LOW STATE Of THE SYSTEM. PERUVIAN SYRU Supplies the bfocd with its Vital Principle, Life Element. IRON, infusinz Slrenirtli Vleor and Tew Life into all parts of the syitenj BEING FREE FROM ALCOHOU its cnergix lag effects are not followed by corrcspcdv; ic-ic ion, but are permanent. SETH W. r.OWLE & SON'S, Proprietors, & lara'toa Avtaae. Bostcc Sold by sit I -uuti MABKETS. CENTRAL MARKET. General assortment of table stock constantly on nand, such as Canned Fruits and .Telly Bacon, Hams, Shoulders, Lard EGGS, BUTTER, CHEESE, FresN Fruits and Vegetables FISH. POUXTBY AJSD GAME In" the season. CIGARS AND TOBACCO. Best of WINES AND LIQUORS All cheap for CASH. Goods sold on com mission, opposite 1. w. case's store. j; itODGEKS. Washington Market Main Street, - - Astoria Oregon BERGMAN & BERRY T ESPCTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN XX U03 of the public to tha fact that lb above Market will always bs supplied with FULL VARIETY BEST QUALITY FRESH AND CURED MEATS! Which will be sold at lowest rates, wholesale ana retail. Special attention Rir.en to suppu nr mm. LOOK HERE ! "We respectfully Inform the public that w will always keepon hand the oest quality of Freshf and Cured Meats - - - AISO . Choice Pamily Groceries ' Fresh.-yrults Vegetables, Crockery and VJli--0-YV ill C J .( Ships, Hotels and Boarding Housps 'siip yueu on uoerai terms. ,JL share of the public patronage is rfspect 3nlly solicited. au, , WAKREN S THOJITSON. STAR MARKET HERRY fc COMPANY, PfeSli and Cured Meats FRUITS) BUTTER, and EGGS OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL, CKEVAHIJS Street, Astoria, Wife, 3listress and Itily "Whoever marries for loye takes a wife, whoever marries for fortuno takes a mistress, who marries for position takes a laily. You are loved by your wife, regarded by your mis tress, and tolerated by your lady. tou have a wife for yourself, a mis tress for your- house and friends, a lady for the world and society. Your wife will agree with you, your mis tress will rule you, your lady will manage you. lour wile will take care of your household, your mistress of your house, your lady of appear ances. If yon are sick your wife will nurse yon, yonr mistress will visit yon, your lady will inquire nf'er your health. You take a walk with your wife, a ride with yonr mistress, and go to a party with your lady. Your wife will share your grief, your mistress your money, your lady your debts. If you are dead your wife will Weep, your mistress lament, and your iauy wear mourning, wmni wiu it be? A San Francisco jeweler recently killed himself because of dullness in his business. By his death a wife and live children have been thrown ue fenseless upon the cold charity of a very cold world. They are leit to struggle against obstacles which their atural protector himselt had not the couraire to face Commenting on this caso the Sacramento Jlee says: "The man who has not the stamina to stand un under adversitv and do his best to aid those dependent on him, must ue a very weak piece of humanity, lie may think it is a brave act to take his own life, but the world will always look upon such a creature as a moral coward." The -vnld-eved poet i&ts his work in on the Truclcee paper its follows: Oh ! the beautiful snow. It s a holy ter ror. It is. by Joe. A religious fact that all do know. But it's come a last and will not ao, until the Bprinu-time sun's bright low meet3 it, and causes it to flow to the bloody, bleeding flumes, you know, and that will wind up the beautiful snow. A quart of whisky was mixed with a bran-mash and given to a cow at Binghampton. New York, and when the liappv feeling came the old boss sailed in and tossed people over fences, knocked down bill-boarus anil upset vehicles until tho whole town had to turn out to suppress lier. As soon as she got sober she jumped down n bank and broke her neck. An oyster will Jive to the age of 2G years that is, in the sea he will In the restaurant the chances are against him. Sometimes he lasts long time in the restaurant oh. very long time! But he does not live nearly as long as he lasts. WEI. EDGAR, Dealer in Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes Meerschaum and Brier Pipes, GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY Revolvers and Cartridges. PLUMBING, Gas and Steam Fitting DONE BY RUDDOCK & WHEELER. AT fair rates. Also a " complete stock of goods in our Hue. fcstlmates given and worK guaranteed. Cass street.in rear of I O O F buiidin next to Gas Co's offlce. ' ASK FOR- TJnion India Rubber Co's Pure Fara (Jum CRACK PROOF RUBBER BOOTS. HKWAKK OF IMITATIONS ! Be sure the Boots are stain ned GRA CK PROOF on the heels, and have the PURE QUJ& sruiifus on the foot and instep, which prevent their crackinc or brcaktnir. We are now making them with RUDDER AXD ASBESTOS Soles which will make them last more than twice as long as any KUDDer doois mane. FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS. ALL KINDS RUBBER BELTING. PACK IXG, HOSE. SPRINGS. CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES. Etc GOODYEAR RUBBER CO. R. 11. PEASE. Jr. 1 Acents. S. M. RUNYON. f San ErancNco. Leinenweber & Co". a I.KINKXWEBER. . mtnw ESTABLISHED 1665. ASTORIA. OREGON, TAMERS AND CUBRBIES, Manufacturers and Importers of LL KINDS OF AND PIN DINGS Wholesale Dealers In OIL AND TALLOW. avlligbest cash price paid for Hides and xaiiow. Sheriff Sale. XY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IS JLf sued out of the Hon. Circuit Court of the Mate of Orecon. for Uie County of C at sop, on the 12th da; of October. 1&3. and to me directed on a decree for the foreclosure of certain mortgage liens wherein James layior. piainmr, recovered a judgement ana uecree 01 iorcciosure against ine fr'isu ermen's Bulldlntr Association, and Patrick Mackcn, defendants, for the sum of one thousand two hundred and seventy-two ($1272.00) dollars together with costs and disbursements taxed at S19.90 and accruing costs and expenses. I have levied upon and will sell at public auction, omhe21tu day of "VrtVAmllAv 11220 it- o Aitlnnl- t nf wild day. at the court house door. In Astoria. Clatsop Countv, Oregon, for cash In hand at tlmdtil sale, all the right title, and Interest viucn ine aoove-naraeti ucieuaants nave in lav iollowinir described real nronert v. to wit beginning at the north-west corner of block onenuudred nnd tvpntv-onp. in the first :ul- uuiuu 10 ine xown 01 Astoria, as taiu out anu recorded by John M. Shivery, In the County offClatsop, State of Oregon, running thence south.- along the west boundary line of said erly on a line parallel wftli tlie north bound arv line of said block, ailistance of onelum dred feet : thence norther! v a distance of for ty feet to a point In the north boundary line of said block one hundred and twentv-one. and distaut&me hundred feet from-the place of becinnincr: thence westerly alone the north boundary line of said block, a distance of one hundred feet to the place of beginning, with the. tenements, hereditaments, etc uiercunio oeionging or .appertaining. A. M. TWOMBLY. Sheriff. Administrator's Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE undersltmed has beenannointed admin. Istrator of the estate of A. P. Nash, de ceased, and all persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to present the same duly verified to the under- aignea at nts onice in Astoria, uiatsop county State' of Oregon, within six months from iuis aate. J. H.D.GRAY. Astoria, xiov. 22nd, 18R3, mti S 55 p, HOTELS AND KESTAURAKTS. L U li 'i : "" Sa IPAPTf VfU TTOTTSF, rtnftrin ftitn - IERiTED, COMTAG!OUS N Scrofulous Ulcers broke out en ju my m)uy unin my ureasi iu uiio uiasa ui , corruption. Some of those niecrs wcro not ' less than ouo :tnU one unit incucs inUmiacrer. the ctlgas roujtfi. rapsetl and seeminsly dcat . ; tho cavity open to tho bono and tilled with ofienMvc matter. KvorytliinR Vnown to tho j m.-dical faculty was tried in vain. Gradually tho bone itself became diseased, and then tho snfferinsbewn in earnest. Jtonc Ulcers bo- ; gan to tako the plice of thco hitherto on the ! surface. 1 beea mo a mere trrectc. rormontns 1 at a time I could not get my hands to my 1 end because of extreme .soreness. COULD NOT TURN IH BED. TTnaw nrtf wli it m: tn li nn hour prpnfroa from pain. Had reason to look upon life it-"! feu as a curse, in me mmracr 01 ten years of this wro'.chcd existence, I "began to aio tha Cr-rircRA Reufiurs. and after two years' per?itcnt use of them the last ulcer has he iled. The dread disease has succumbed All r.rcrthn breast whom wasonse a mnS of I corruption is now n heal by skin. My weight j has increased from ono nunoreu ana twenty- 1 tl.rnntn nnn lilimlrod nml fiflc-clir TWIIIDIW. and thi cood work is still Boing on. 1 feel ! myself u new man, and all through tho Cuti-! cura ncmed.es. J AM ES E. RICH ARDSOX. Custom iiouso, iSew UMenns. worn to oelore l niteu states Lommusioner. I. V. CK.WCK0SD. ' TO CLEANSE THE BLOOU f Scrofulous. Inherited and Co&tacious Ilu Tiinr.. nnd thus remove tho most prolific cause of human suffering to clear tho Skin of Di.fiR urine biotche.. Itching 'tortures. Humiliat ing hruptions nut ioatu?omo toros caused hv linnnrc nr Hdi-oned lilocd. t-i PUrifv nnd btautry the Skin, nnd restore the Hair so that no trace of the disease remains. I uncr K. RcsoLVrSr, tho new Rlood Purifier. Diur- -lie aim .niiuiium. .mu tuuii u uu vin .11.1.- ra fcOAf. the great skin Lures anu ueauuucrs aro infillible. They nre the only remedies that succeed when physicians nnd all other means fail. GREAT BLOOD MEDICINES. Thn nnlr hns nnt lieon told na to the irreat curative powers of tho CcticVk RKHMti. 1 nave paiu nunureus oi uonars ior ineuicine-- to euro diieases of the blood and skin, nnd never found anything yet to ciual the Cuti ctra Remkdies. CI1AS. A. WILLIAMS. Providence, R. I. D.:.nrPt.iiM-oi email Imrm Tl Ini-trn boxe-?. Si. Cltici'kv RraoATiaT, Si per bot tle. CL'TirfitA Sow. 25e. Ccticura Shav i.xc SoAf, l.xr. Sold by all druggists. Pottkr Uncn a.m) ciiem. Lo., Uoston. Send rorIIo-tii4.'re Skin Illscascs" COMPLETE TREATMENT $1 A sinzlo doso of Snnforirs IJniHcal Ciuro in$tnntlv relieves tho most violent Sneezing or HeadColds. Clears the Head as by magic, stops watery discharges from the Aosc and Eyes, prevents Kinging Noises in the Head, cures Nervous llcadacho. and Subdues Chills and Fever. In Chronic Catarrh it cleanses the nasal passages of foul mucus, re stores tho sense of smell, ta3tc, and hearing when affected, frees the head, throat, and bronchial tubes of oncnsivo matter, sweetens nnd purifies tha breath, stons the cough and arrests the progress of Catarrh towards Con sumption, One bottle Radical Cure, one box Catarrhal Solvent and Sanford's Inhaler, nil in one package, of all druggists for si. Ask for Sax ford's Radical Curk. Pottkr Drug asd Ciiev, Co,. Boston, iCAT 1 I Rim For tho relief and proven-'-'-l",fu' tion, Ibe Inslnnt It Is np- piicu.oi nueuinausin. neu ralgia. Sciatica. Coughs, Colds. Weak Back' Stomach and Bowels. ShootinsPnins. Palpitation. Dyspepsia, Liv er Comnlalht. EiliousFcver. ELECTR1 .AST.,' wun a oroUs nasicrjanu - laush at pain. 23c everywhere. Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE undersigned has been appointed the as signee of the firm of A. 31. Johnson and Co. anu an persons navmu claims against, saut nnn are notiueu to present tuc same uuiy verified to me at my office in Astoria. Ore gon, within three months from tills date, October 1 Tin, ibsi. ll-UW A. W . 1JC.UK1, Hamilton Street on tho 14th dav of Xovembcr. 1SS3. for mm streot. in the Oitv of Astoria, as laidoutand recorded by John McClure. from the soutlt side of Chenamus street to the south side of Astor street in the manner pro vided bv Ordinance No. of tlyi City of Astoria, and which Ordinance passed the Common Council of said city on the 20th day of September, 1883, and was approved on the 1st day of .October, 18S3, on each of the following described lots frontm? on said portion ot saut strecr, is now payaoie acme omce ot tne uuy Treasurcr 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 : Name nOwhfr. . I : I : I i I I 1 M J Kinney .' 4 58 100 550 00 S380 00 $430 Oo M J Kinney 11 " u 50 00 443 00 495 00 .rGXernbnrg ( " " o0 00 445 00 495 00 John Hobson 9 " " 50 00 297. 00 347 00 rvthian Building Association 4 01 " 50 00 100 00 150 00 if.IKinnev 11 " 50 00 417 00 467 00 Heirs of G "Warren 0 " " 50 00 243 00 293 00 R Caifiithers 9 " " 50 00 417 00 4I7 0Q T Broemser 4 Cl iC 50 oO C5 00 115 00 .1 T.Gray 11 u " 50 00 417 00 4G7 00 A.I Metier G " " 50 00 417 00 4G7 00 .1 V White 9 " " 50 00 417 00 4G7 00 By order of the Common Council of Astoria, November 18, 18S3. BUY THE BEST? ! BARB0URS Irish Flax Salmon Net Threads Wootlberry, and Needle Brands, SEINE TWINES. AND CORE MB LEAD LIKES, FIhIi Pounds, Seines, and Xets Imported to Order. A LaneStocioflttiniJislLiEes AND FISH HOOKS. CONSTANTLY ON HAND. HENRY DOYLE & CO., 517 and 519, MARKET STREET SAN FRANCISCO. ISTAgents for the Pacific Coast. ASSIGNEE OF T. BAILY. NOTICE IS lIEREBY GIVEN TILVT I will apply at the next term of the Cir cuit Cottrt of the State of Oregon, for the County of Clatsop, to be discharged from further trust as assignee of T. Bally. i. w. Case. Assignee. Astoria, Ogn., Nov. 20, 1S$3. d-iw - -.wj.i. j-j. w , II, It. i'ARKKK. rror... ASTORIA. - - - OREGON. j. i pih:vi .Manager and Agent. Day Clerk. Night Clerk. UlU;,u' I'liil. iwjw t.i;. ,I:vs. DflTY has the liaraud Billlanl room, T?;rsif fllncc: in nil "R.PTlPfit.S 11 aZ VlSS UL ail XbtJbpeota. FREE COACH TO THE HOLSE. IT IS A FACT THAT JEFF'S, CHOP HOUSE ON Concomly Street is the Best in Town. THAT He has Always on HamI FKESH Shoal "Water Hny anil Cast- ,eru jsfer.s. TILVIV " JEFF' IS THE BOSS CATERER. THAT lie Iisk lii'cu I'roprletor or the "Aurora . llrttrl" In Knappton seven jears. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. A New Departure. At Frank Fahre's. Is daily set a TABLE D'HOTE from ffio 7:30 PM At which A PINE FRENCH DINNER With Half a Bottle Wine "Will be furnished for GO cents Ilonril hy tho lontli, - S2. to S30 Lodirimrs ran be procured by the day, week or month. My establishment is fitted newiy inrniifrnoui. aim vveryiiiinu; nuiiii tamed in me nest stvie. 1'MIAXK FAKJtE. Good Cup of Coffee AND OYSTERS. -nxi? powpt.t. has mR'i?n Anvs ItX ter stand and Coffee Hoasc on Main street next to tne Oregon isaKery. Every attention paid to patrons. COSMOPOLITAN Chop House and ftestaurant OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. 3Icalft ceuts and upwarilH G. ROUIiAltS, 3I.IS.V STREET, Proprietor. - ASTORIA Astoria Restaurant. EDWARD YOUNG- Announces to the public that he has located in the rooms formerly occupied by tha City Book Store, where he will keep a Restaurant and Chop Ions Furnishing meals to order at all hours. His patrons will find tJK tables supplied with ten or twelve of the tst newspapers. life rnrmtfiUnn no fnrmpr nronrttnr of tllft New England Restaurant is a sufficient recommendation ior nis newnouse. Assessment. the proposed improvement of Hamilton said City of Astoria T TT?1VTTT Auditor and BKSDHX. ELECTRO VOLTAIC BELT, and other Electric ATFlIAjrcKS. We will send on Thlrtr n' Trial, TO MEN, YOUKO OR OLD. who ore saSeriag uiseasea oi a i zesonxi, .nature resulting from Abuses and OrasR Causes. SDecdv relief &nd com plete restoraUon to Hialth. Viooa and ILumooa UUABXKTSZD. &ena at once ior Illustrated Pamphlet Yoltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mig: HOSPITAL, ASTORIA, - - - OREGON TniS INSTITUTION, UNDER CARE OF the Sisters of Charity, is now ready for the reception of patients. "PrivntA rnnmn for tlii n'wnmmnil'iHnn any desiring them. Patients admitted at all homs.day ornight. No physician has exclusive right, ever? patient is tree to and has the privilege oi employing any physician they prefer. United. States Marine Seamen who pay Hospital Dues, are enti tled to Free care and attendance at thLs Hos "nif nl 1nrJnfr clnl-noca Parmlro mmt ha h. tained for United States Marines at the Cus tom House. Sisters op Charitt For Sale. FIVE HUNDRED CORDS DRY HEM lock Wood, which I will deliver at the houses of customers for 4 a cord. Draylng or all kinds done at reasonable rates. R. R. MARION. I Ik Will i TRANSPORTATION LINES. Oregon Railway & Navigation COMPANY. oceax divisiox. Durlnt: tlio month of November. 1833. Ocean Steamers will sail from Portland for San Francisco every Tuesday and Friday, auu irom san i rancisco ior rortiand every Wednesday and Saturday, leavin? Ains worth Dock. Portland, at Midnicht. and SprarStreet Wharf, San Francisco, at 10 A.x. inroiisii 'l tcuetM sold to all principa -cities in the United States, Canada and turope. RAIL DIVISION. Passenger Trains leave Portland for 'East ern points, at 9:00 P. 31. daily and at 7 :8 A. 31. daily, except Sundav. RIYEK DIVISION (Middle Colambla). Boats leave Portland fo- TIUpq at rr -no A. M. ALSO : ,eavePort-l land for JMool Tu. We. Thu. FrL I Sat. Astoria andl I lower Co-1 larabia Ifi AMIS AM SAM 6AM SAM T AM 6AM Darton. Or '.7 Ail! 7 AM! CotrSlisIll !SAM 16 Ait Victoria.BCfi AMjo AM K AM SAM; CAM 6 AM LeitM Allnrii fnp Pnrlni A.tt- cept Sunday. land, and St. Paul. H. PRESCOTT, JOHN MGTB. Manager. Sup't of Traffic L. STOKES. E T. ROU'RBS. AssJsUSnp't. General Agent oi traffic. Pawaasar Dep't. Oregon & California R. R. OREGON & TRANSCONTINENTAL COMPANY, LESSEE. On an alter May 13, 1883, traias will run as iouowb, DAiLii. (iucept Sundays), easts iee nrnsios. Bctweeu POSTLAXD and C LEND AXE r.f?AVT? 1BBTVP Portland' 7:30 a. M.IGleadale 10:35 p. m. Glendale 1:00 A. ir. Portland- 43 p. m. ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN. LEAVE. IPTfTVP Portland 4:00 P. M.JLebanon90 P. M Lebanon 4:45 A. M.Portland.10:05A.W Tlinnrncrnn anil nolirnmln T)nll,4.1' make connection with all RegularTralm oo Eastsido Division. WK3T3IDE DrVIStOX. Between Portland and Corvallla MAIL TKACI PnTtlnnil Q-Ofl A M.IPnmli;, A .on o n Corvallia 8:30A.M.Portland-Zs:20P M EXPRESS TRACK T.PAVP i tt t-ir-c PnrMnnd R(V1 v IMrinnirnia a.ri u McMinnvilIe.5:4oA.M.lPortland .. 8:20 x'.u Close connections made at Glendale with the Stages of tho Oregon and California Stan Company. sarTicket3 for sale at all tho principal pointi in California and the East, at Company'! Office. Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or. Storage will bo charged on froight ramais ine atCompanys AVarenouso over24.honn. Freight will not be received for ihipmtot after 5 o'cldck P. M. on either tha East or nesisiae uivision. K. KOEHLER, JOHNMUIB, A. Tt. TOKES, E. P. HOOBBU, AS3t anp't. General Art of Traffic. Passenger Dep't. liwaco Steam Navigation Go.'s WINTER SCHEDULE. Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort' Canby, and liwaco. Connecting by stages for Oysterville and Olympfa. fppft. Until further notice the Jlwaco zr- steam Navigation Co.'s steamers "Gen. Miles," or "Gen. Canby" "Will leave Astoria On Mondays and Thursdays, at 7 A: M. FOR Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canby and liwaco ox Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 A.M.. as formerly, not beine confined strictly to schedule time. Fare to Fort Stevens w ... COcts ..91 00 " : Canby and liwaco....... E3?-liwaco freight, by the ton, la lots one ton or over, $2 per ton, ESTFor Tickets, Towage or Charter ap ply at the office of the company; Gray's wharf, foot of Benton street. J.H.D.GBAY, Agent. Shoalwater Bay Transportation Co. SUMMER ROUTE. Astoria to Oiympla, Touching at Fort Stevens. Fort Caaby, liwaco. Worth. Beach, Oystervflle, North Cove. Petersons foist. Ho-' qolum, Montesano, And all points on Shoalwater Bay, and Gray Harbor. GEN. MILES, 1 Strs. or J- On Columbia River. GEN. CANBY, j " GEN. GARFIELD " Shoalwater Bay. " MONTESANO " Gray's Harbor Connecting with Stages over Portages. Leave Astoria for Oiympla, at - - 7 A. 21. On Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving at Montesano the day after leaving Astoria through trip in CO hours. Leave Oiympla 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, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P. M. Returning leaves Portland every Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 A. M. Arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M. An additional trip will be made on Sunday of Each Week, Leaving Portland at o'clock Sunday Morning:. Passengers by this routs connect at Kalama for Sound ports. U.B. SCOTT, President. REGULAR STEAM PACKET "Daisy," and Barge. Will leave Astoria, from Gray's Dock, For Olney, and Head of Youngs Elver, Daily, at 8 a. 31., (except Wednesdays and Sundays.) Returning same day. For Landings on Lewis & Clark's Elver, On Wednesdays, at 8 A. M., Returning same day. DSTTor Freight or Passage, apply on board or at Gray's Dock, where Frelghtwlll be r celved and stored, If necessary. J.H.D.GBAY.