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She twian. ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY. -DECEMBER 2, 1683 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE POUT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. Virne, Sit 1 Calais Nov 30 OMMeek. Queenstown Nov St tMenperie, lir bk Queeasteicn Nor 94 CMan Fonssn Br hk Qu-en-.tovn Nov'"" CekJtren. Br Queonstown Dec 1 O D Bryant, Am bk Qneenstown Dec 1 Oelumblc. S F, December 1 VESSEL IX THE RIVER. MtWaahincton. Am cp Imvvrini. Am sp Olive S. Southard. Antsp Ked Gross, Am sp lee Kins, Am sp Brsp Oboron, Br tip Ironside, Br bk Antwerp. Br bk ltenfend Hill. Br bk Slur of Krin, Br sp Sirtrit of the Dawn. Br Oityof Madrid. Br Inohcreon. Brsp l.adktek. Br lik (HeoiiTer. Hrsp I'.arcanv. Br sp Svexwlca of the Seas Hiehlaod Light, Am. p Indiana. Am sp, t'arrie WiriBlow.Am bk Martha Fisher. KillOchan. Brsp Uhcron. Br bk I.iriieBoU. Brbk Mallscate. Brbk Harry Bailer. Brbk Bolivia. Brbk Oakworth. Br sp Ciirvan, Br bk Sea Kinc. Am sp Oynisoa. Brbk Morayshire, Br sp VESSELS OS TUB WAY. From Forljrn I'ortH. for tlie Columbia Klvcr AsRCrona, Br sp Wilmington Nov 10 Aberstwith Castlp. Br sp WX55 Liverpool Sept 11 Banco, Brbk 1000 Newcastle. Sept 9 Dteraak, Brsp 101 Wilmington Ohas. Qofos'-ortb. Er bk Liverpool Oily of Carlisle. Br bk Greenock Auk 14 Kskdalc. Brbk Liverpool July 2fi lle of Krin, Brsp Sydney Sept IC Jaunt McNeil, Br bk June IS Rlasgew Ketverdalc. Br bk 1131 N S IV Oban Bar, Br bk Towns ille Sopt 1'J Rtver Indus, Brsp 1015 Seettifth Bard. PrbkSiG Brisbane Sept'O Sarah Ml. Br bk HIS Newcastle Sopt 17 HtucboHnd. Br lk '.(73 Wilmington A. tt. Meod, Am bk 1H N Y Sopt 0 From American Port. Henry James. Brbk !SN V June 1st Merem. Am 8JJ.N Y August 17 . M W Watts. Am bk New Vork May 12 im'to 1C SUrbucfc, Am sp N Y JuncUJ TII)K TAKI.E FOB AKTOWA. NOVKMBKB. I HUSH WATKi: j. LOW WATKK. First. Second. First. Second. o 2 ISl 2 2 2 S 2 - : P 11 P S HIS Hl Lit. Ki. I .ft .-. m. .ft A t. .ft h. m. 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S'l 7 .rfrl 21 it Uip 08 ihe hours Ik-Iuih-ii midnight and noun are designated by a (a. m.). those between noon uutl mtdnlght by d. M.I. 0. (X)i u denotes midnight, o7. Win. denotes noon. The height is reckoned from the level of average lower low waters to which thesound Hgs are given on the Coast Survev charts. TU; BOAT C'la.VKIJES. FoMowing is tlie schedule of prices for tmx-Hse i jiiul out over ihe Columbia Bar : F.r vessls not Inward Outward. exceeding Loaded. Ballast. NH) tons..lfiU S00 to 1WXI tons... 200 I00O to liwo tons... 225 ISwito 1108 tons... 27. 1 loo to lCoo ions... :m ?l5o SIM 175 200 250 300 175 200 . 250 Domestic Brsnorts. The receipts of certain article; of Or Sn produce., at Sun Francisco, from .lumifiry 1, iss:;, to Noveiiiliei 'Jist .4ve, have been as follows: ltonr, qr sks . Whewt. ells Outs, ct's SkIukhi. bbls ill bWs ON.................. ........... ............ i"tis AlH-tas Klpe. bxs bbte... . IlMllnr. jtkgN J'tUMtdUS. :ks VnA. bks.............................. Hides. No TitMow. pkgs Beef, bbl.s Hay. bales ('iifekslver. Hhs1cs....... ........... FrKit. Dried, pkgs leather, pkgs I laps. bales.............. .... Hams, pkgs Cheese. vs............m.......m..... Flaxseed, sks Corn. ctis...... Canned Gomls. cs..... Ijtrtl. pkgs....... . Bhuoii. c.s w. . inchi- 7.a59 210.843 34.178 2,020 LOGO 277,741 mo o COS 26.744 31.1S1 33,1103 50 11 23 15U . 0.511 981 4'J-J 21 SO 7JS8 71 779 1G 23 Magnus G. Crosby Dealer in HARDWARE, HUH, STEEL, Iron Pipe and Fittings, Flumbers and Steam Fitters Goods and Tools, SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD SHEET RON, - -jLTiT? and Copper. Cafinery anfl FislierfflBHs Supplies Stoves, Tin Ware and House Furnishing Goods. JOBBING IN SHEET IRON, TIN. COP PER PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING Dons with i.eatness and dispatch. Nne but first oIrss workmen employed. A wrH0ii.Ksortme.nt of SCALES Constantly on hand Oalarrh cured, health and sweet breath secured toy ijiiuotrs catarrh uem edv. Price 50 cents, Masai Injector free. For sale by W. E. Dement SOCIETY MEETINGS. Temple LiOdffe, Wo. 7A.F.A.M. REG UL Alt COMMUNICATIONS ft first anil thlrtl Tuesdays In eacuVV month, at 7l o'clock, r. M., at tlic'VN Hall in Astoria. Members of the order in good standing are Invited to attend.. l'.y oraer 01 1 ne v . n . Beaver Lodge No. 35. L O. O. F. KEGULAK MEETING EV- aO ery Thursday evenins atrfSK? nan-past seven otiock, at iue3-,.-IdKC room in Odd Fellows Hall Astoria. Sojourning members of tlfe order in good standing, cordially invited tnuttend. Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O. P. OEGULAli MEETINGS OF OCEAN EN JX campment No. 13. I. O. O. F., at the Lodge, In the Odd Fellows Building, at seven p. yu, on tne seconu ana lourtn Mondays of each month. Sojourning brethren-cordially invited. jjy oraer . r. Seaside Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W. TLEGULAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE Xl Lodtre No. 12. A. O. U. W. will be held In Pvthian Hall on Frldav evenine of e:ich ween, ai 7 o ciock r. 31. jiemuers 01 me order in good standing, and visiting Broth ers are uiviiea to atteua. Jjorary win e -open fifteen minutes before ana alter eacn meeting, ay iiruer Astoria Lodge No. 40. L O. Q.-l. REG ULt MEETING EVE RY TUESDAY nviWntT nVloftk. -it Pvlliian ITall. Astoria. Members of the Order, in good standing, arc invited to attcna. uegree meeting first Monday of each montn. By order W. C. T. American Legion of Honor. nERriiAR MEETING OF ASTOKIA JX Council No. 995' Is held on the first :uul third Tuesday of each month, at 7 o'clock v. M. By order of the Council Commander. It. V. MONTE1TH, Sec'ty. Cushing Post No. 14, G. A. P.. TTiEGUtAir MEETINGS OF THIS POST JX on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 7-30 r. m. visiting com rades cordially invlteu. liyoruer Common Council. "OEGULAIt MEETINGS. SECOND AND xli fourth Tuesday evenings of each montn :it,7l6 o'eloek. rfirl'ersons desiring to have matters acted nnon bv the Council, at anv remilar meet ing must present the same to the Auditor ana uierK, on or neiore ine rnuay evemnp prior to the luesuay on wmcn ine uonnen noias its regular meeting. THOS. S. JEWETT. Auditor and Clerk. CiirilCIX DlItECTORY. Gbaci: Ciiuitcir Holy coniiniiinon first Sunday of every inontli. Sunday sen'icesatllA. M., and 7 p. m, Wednes day (.'veiling service at 7 0 cloe.K. iuv M.J). Wilson, Hector. FmsT Phesbytekian Cnuitcir Ser- vices atll A. m. and 7 p. M. Wednes day evening prayer meeting at o'clock. licv. .1. V. Milligan, P;islor. CoxoitEOATiONAi.Cnur.cn Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Key. Sam 1 Wood, Pastor. Roman Catholic Cnur.cu Services atlOtlU) a. m. Rev. L. Diehnan, J'astor M. E. Cnuucir Services at 11 A, m and 7 i. m. Lecture and Prayer Meet ing. Wednesday, at 7 P. M. Rev. Win nobcrts. Pastor. Baptist Chukcii. Services eacli Lord's Day at 11 A. M., and 7 P. M. Prayer Meeting on Wednesday, at p. m. Rev. B. S. McLafferty, pastor. Columbia River Exports. 8HIPMKNTS FOREIGN. KRCAPITULATION JANUARY 294,878 bus. wheat 60,257 bbls flour. Total, 3 cargoes . . FBimUABY. Wheat. JC0.90C bus., value Flour. 29,490 bbls., " T tal. 5 cargoes . . MAUCH. Wlieat (137.524 bushels) Flour IC8.141 bbls) '83. .S 30010 . 257.176 8 5G3.4SG .S 179.19? . 144,193 . $ 323.091 2IC.70 .$344,107 .... 13,030 GfiOO Salmon (2C08 cases)........... Lumber (500 M ) Total (8 cargoes).. . APRIL. Flour, 24,830 bbls .:. Lumber, :175 M...... ... .289011 .813554 . 10.000 Total, 3 cargoes . SIS0.534 S 17.8S1 59.09C 70.977 MAY. Flour 3.523 bbls.. Wheat 49,212 bus Total, (1 cargo) JUNE. Flour. 991 bbls Salmon, 37,793 cs . Total, (l cargo)'. ; JULY. Flour. 1,534 bbls Salmon, 118.322cs Total, (3 cargoes).... AUOU.ST. Flour, 4.993Jbbls Salmon.72,037 cs... . ... Total, 2 cargoes...-......... SKITKMI'.BK. "Wheat, 13C.4S3 has Total (2 cargoes)... . . OCTOBER. "Wheat, 740.043 bus Flour, 3.172 bbls Salmon. 33,429 cs........ Total 14 cargoes) NOVEMBER. VVhcat 814.231 bus -. .S -1.970 . 163JC3 .193)33 -S 7,073 ., 591.010 -$593.2$3 S 21G3 300,183 S383.150 .$12770 $127,579 $092,100 14,270 192.154 S8Q8.530 S 831.411 218,211 J-.Ulll -I,UO I)U1S... ...1.. .. Total, (19 Cargoes) ....Sl.079.652 Astoria Retail 3Iarkct. Flour per sack SIM. Wheat, per cental S2.00. Oats, S2.10?;. Bacon, sides per B, ic cLs. Shoulders, " 15 cts. Hams, " lG22ds. Lard, " 1G cts. Beef,12K20cLs. Mutton, 12K15 cts. Pork, 12K15 cts. Yeal, 1518 cLs. Butter, per roll C5 to 05 cts. Eggs, per dozen 00 cts. Potatoes, per fi IK to cts. Apples, green, per box $1.50. to $1.75 Cheese, per lb 2025cts. cornmeai, per m 4 cts. Oatmeal, 614 cts. Beans, Coffee, Tea, Rice, 46 cLs. 12K40 cts. 4090 cts. 3 10 cts. Sugar, 10 14 cts. bvrup, per gallon 75c 1. IK oney, per gallon SUA). Salmon, per kit $5. Onions, per lb 1K2K cts. Apples dried per H 1018 cts. Peaches " " 12 18 cts. Plums, " " l2Klcts. Candles, per H 20 cts. Chickens, per dozen $0. Ha, per ton S25. Hides, per lb c 9 cts. Oils, p'er gallon, boiled linseed, 75c: raw linseed, 70c; coal oil, 40c; lard S1.2D REMOVAL. The Astoria Passenger Line TX7TLL AFTER THIS DATE HAVE ITS If headouarters fltlts Stablfts tiMt to P. B. Franklhvs. two doors below The Asto- ri an office. First-class Livery service. Carts with horse furnished, for one dollar per hour. Carriages on application The Astoria Passenger Line Hacks will leave lor upper Astoria from the stables. Horses taken to board. MBS. T. O'BEIEN. For Sale. CIVE HUNDRED COEDS DRY HEif JL- lock Wood, which I will deliver at the houses of customers for $4 a cord . Drayinc or all kinds done at reasonable rates. tu a. sia-BION. That is what a great many people are doing. They don't know just what is the matter, but they have a combination of pains and aches, and each month they grow worse. The only sure remedy yet found is Brown's Iron Bitters, and this by rapid and thorough assimilation with the blood purihs ?.nd enriches it, and rich, strong blood flowing to every part of the system repairs the wasted tissues, drives out disease and gives health and strength. This is why Brown's Iron Bitters will cure kidney and liver diseases, consumption, rheumatism, neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala ria, intermittent fevers, &c Mr. Simon IHarvchard, a vreH known citizcHof HayetriUc, Meade couHty.KeiilBcfc , says : " My wife had been sicV &r a loeg time, aiul her ccB&Unitiofl vt& aH broken down and she was unable to woti. She was advised to use Brown's lix .i Bitters, aiid found it to work like a charm. Wc would not b :. .- itV cut it for any consider:.!. ,. con.tder it tne be-t t:ii. woild." Brow's Iron Bititk-j is not a drink and does hol contain whiskey. It is tv only preparation of 1 that causes no injuriou fects. Get the g Don't be imposed . . t imitations. f'""1 11 ' ll.T-B--' Vitalizes sud nrkli s tlio Kloo!, -iie up the System, 2JaJit.-3 the W 'e'i Strong, Kuiltls tij tin !'ro:tu down, Invigorates tli llralo, anil CURES - Dyspepsia, ITervous Affections, eral Behility, ITenralgia, Eevcr and Ague, Paralysis, Chronic DiarrlicDa, Boils, Drops, Humors, Female Com plaints, Liver Com plaint, Remittent Fever, and 411 DISEASES ORIGINATING 1H A EA0 STAT OF THE BLOOD, OR ACCOMPANIED BY DEBILITY OR A LOW STATE OF THE SYSTEM. V1 3 4 Bit Supplies the blocd with its Vital Prlncijilc, ot Life Ulemcnt, IKON, tnfustcj Stnjgii Vigor and New Life into all part t f '..? Jem BEING FREE FROM ALCOHOL, i.s :n: Sng effects arc no: followed by currr.,.:.! .. j f x: Ion, but arc permanent. SETII V. I OWLE H SON'S, l-rspcktors, O tlarrisoa Attx. B-xcc ScU by atl I -rggisti MARKETS. CENTRAL 3IAEKET. General assortment of table stock constantly on band, such as Canned. Fruits and .Telly, Bacon, Hams, Shoulders, Lard EGGS, BUTTER. CHEESE. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, FISH, POUIiTKY AII GXSIE In tbc season. CIGARS AIVD TOBACCO. Best of WINES AIVD r.IO.UORS. All cheap f6r CASH. Goods sold on com mission. Opposite I. W. Case's store. J. liODCEltS. Washington Harket, Alain direct, - - Astoria Qregou BEJIGMAJS' C BERRY RESPECTFULLY CALL THE A1TEN tion of tho public to the fact that ths above Market will always be suppliod with a FULL VARIETY BEST QUALTrY FRESH AND CURED MEATS 1 Which will be sold at lowest rates, wholcsclo ana retail, special attention given to suppl eg tbics. LOOK HERE ! vc respectfully inform the public that we will always keep on hand the best quality of Fresh and Cured pleats ALSO Choice Family Groceries, Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Crockery and uiats-ware. Shins, Hotels and Hoarding Houses sup plied on liberal terms. A share of the public patrouase Is respect fully solicited. dtf, "WARREN & THOMPSON. STAR MARKET. WHERRY & COMPANY, Fresh and Cured Meats Vegetafoles, FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS. OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL, CHEXAMUS Street. Asterla , Og The Little Ones. People have no idea what plcasnre, what amusement, tbey deprive them selves or if tbey babitually put chil dren out of their heart; ami close their doors upon llieiu. Of course the little creatures meddle with tilings, and leave the traces of their fingers on the wall, and cry and bother a little, but when one gels into the way of it, as mother- rnd oilier loving "relatives do; thews things become of minor importance. Chil dren sav such Tireltv thin5s, and do such fuuny things, the touch of their little hands is so soft, the sound of their little voices so sweet, their faces are so pretty, their movements s-oj irraeeful and comical, tiie whole fam-' ily goes baby mad and it w no won der. No book was ever written that was half as interesting s a little child that is learning to tsik Mtd to think, that is develoMHl from a tiny animal into a leiug with a conscience and a heart. Gladstone has the correct idea alxmt the inducement held out t the poorer chtsacs in England io lie come Mormons. It is the passion for the land, which they know can never be granted in Ihoir own country, which leads them to lake up witii the doctrines of .the Latter Day hamw. They argue that they eaniKit be in worse straits than the- have leen in all their lives, and hence they go willingly with the ciders, who paint the delights or the western Canaan The Walla Walla Vidua says: Packers are charging 81..' cents per !onnd for freight into the Coeur d Alene mines from Kathdrum. The following good old time market rates prevail in the diggins: Flour. $22 jK?r 100 l!s: bacon, 50 cents a jiound: beef from 25 to 30 cents ier Mund: Iotatoes from 12? J to !" -eu per Kund: onions from '3) t 2. cents per JOuiul. A writer of mathematical lent tinds from the census returns that there are'ahout 17.000 dent isis in the Tniled Stales, who, he estimates, iack into the teeth of the American iKop!e a ton of pure gold annually. Continu ing his speculations, he predicts that in the twentv-first century all the gold in the country will lie buried in the graveyards. A correspondent of tlie Taeoma Ncips at Davenport, Lincoln countv, W. T., stiys that the blackleg is kill ing ofT the yonng slock in that local ity. The weather has leen remark ably mild and open this Tall :ud fanners are still breaking prairie. The Sieht Watch. Mr. Charles T. Tlollis. r the New York Club Slablw. say that he is night-watchman, and one night was attacked by rheumatism no acute he could only get down stairs on his hands and knees. St. Jacobs Oil wait applied twice. .After this he look his watch again the next night, cured. Leineiiweher & Co., r, r.KtNRxwiiiiEit. . ri:H- nsTAr.ts;ir.ii i. ASTORIA, OKKU'iN. TABHIRS Affl COEEEIES, Maui'.facturris and Im; otters of I.L KINDS OF AND FINDINGS Wlwlesale Dealers in OIL AND TALLOW. xrHighest cash price paid for Hides and Tallow. w.s. DEMENT & GO. ASTOKIA, - - - OKF.GOX Carry in Slock, DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TGiLET and FAKGY ARTICLES Prescriptions carefully CoiiijmhiihIc:! BUY TEE BEST ! Irish Flax Salmon Net Threads Voodberry. and Needle Brands. SEINE TWINES. AND CORKMBLBiD LiKBS, Fish Inu:tilH, Seines, ami ?'cts Imported to Order. A LarpStocMMiJisiiLi! AND FISH HOOKS. CONSTANTLY ON HAND. HENRY DOYLE & CO., 517 and 519, MARKET STREET SAN FRANCISCO. iSTAgents for the Tacific Coast. WIU. EDGAR, Dealer in Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes Meerschaum and Brier Pipes, GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY Revolvers and Cartridges. THE LATEST STYLES IN WALL PAPER AT B. B. FRAKKLIN-S, NEXT DOOR TO AST&RLVN OFFICE. A very large Stock from which to select. "Window curtains made to order. 37My patent Trimmer to cut Wall Taper wm oe tounu convenient to my patrons. That Hacking Cough can be so quickly cured by Sbiloh's Cure. . "We guarantee it Sold by W. E. Dement. SCROFULOUS, INHERITED, CONTAGIOUS T7i IS70 Scrofulott Ulcers broke out en my boly until my brct was one mass of eorruiition. -"me of tbT nb-er were not : ib n n'.:e an! one half inches in dutuicter. tke rdg- ruccfa. racetl and ecmiraly dead, the cavity op?u to the bone a:.l fillctl with offer 'ire matt: r. fcrcrythin? t nown U the n dies! fat-ahy wast-iei iRT?in. Gradually the bino iteli Weame dieael. aiMl then the .oaleritiC" Wan in earnf S'l. riie I'kors be san io ;aki the plee uf thne hitherto on he urface. 1 became a mere wrwS. For Months al a time 1 eould imt get wi haHd? t uiy bra-l bcaii of extreme soren?-. COULD KOTTUHpI IH BED. ' Knew not what it wa to be an hoar even free fnttn ivain. I'a! reason tit look Hlion life tt- elf as a eur-e. In the mmuier of liS V after tn vears of I hi., wre'rhel exi-tence. I began l ie th CrTM re and after two yeai-' ! ri-tpr.t use oi neiti ise-iasi nicer has hi ll. 1 he drrrad disease has succumbed All ver iho breast where was once a tna?s of eorrnption if now a he. I by sl-.tn. .My weiciit ha irKreaieJ ffoui one hurxired and twenty? tarett tu .r hundred and huv-fiv nound- and the xood work i ttill roir.? on. 1 foel inv.-lf a new man. and all throuch the Cull enra i.emed e. J A.M K. RICH AKDON, ( itstom House, New Oilean?. -worn t before L'nitwl tate Coinmis-ioner J. I. Crmtforp. TO CLEAflSE THE BLOOD of entfHloue. Inherited and Co'tagioiM Hu wr?, ami thug remove tne tnost proline cause numan ?unermt to ciear ine sum oi xj:.u urintr Uloifhei. ltchinsr Torture.-. Humiliat ing Krupthtiu and Loathsome 'ores caused bvlninureor l oitoned l'locd. t nurify and b'auti y the Skin, and lestcre the Hair .o that nu trace f the iiiseae remain-". vticu- tt ilKnai.vrsT. the new Ilkotl 1'BriSer. Diur ftie ami A'tetient. a-d Cctktka and CCTirc K ton-, the ifrwuSkin Cures andBeutitifiors are inf dlible. 'fhev ate the only remedies that sueeeed when ;hicians ami all otiier mean f tl. GREAT BLOOD f-IEDiClNES. The hah has not been told to the frreat caratirenowersofthcCmcrR niai.nu; t have paid hundred of dollars for medicines to cure disease of the bleotl and skin, and never found anything yet to equal the Cm rcitA Hemlmiu-. Cil AS. A. WILLIAMS, l'rovidenee, li. I. Price of tVrniK.nnall boxes, -We. : hirso boso. 31. LrriiTK Kie-OAriST. 91 per Hot tie. CfTIfUXA :ol. 2ae. CTTICUKA blt.vv txc 5Ar. l"e. Stld by all drunUts. Pottkk Dki-c: asp Vmx. Co.. i!ojton. Sr:ni rr"JIow to Cure Sliin Ita.srnxc: C OMPLETE TREATMEHT $1 A sinttle doe tr aJiroi-iI ECtuUra! : instantly relieves tho most ioIcnt SneezinKor lleadt'ohl.-). Clears the Head a by magic. Mo- watery discharges from the Nose and l'ye. prevents Jtimtinj: NoL& in the Head, cures XcrVtuis Hcadaehe. and Subdues Ch:!! and Fever. In Chronic Catarrh it ekMne; the naal pas-ages of foul inueu?. re storw thoseneof smell, tasie. and hcarinr when affceted, frew the head, throat, and bronchial tubes of oflenshe matter, sweeten and uritie! the bieatii. 'top tho couch and arrests the progre of Catarrh towards Con sumption, one bottle Radical Cure, one box Catnrrhal Solvent and Snnfvrd'3 Inhaler, all in one :ackaxe. of all drue-n.-ts far Si. Ask for Sax- OKI'j KAL'irAl. Cl'Rf. I'oTTKR DrI V. AMi ) Ckkm, Co,, Bostox, 1 lEtni For the relief and proven ! GW--IlVO,tioti, I he instant Jt is :ip V. VOLTAIC nllril.of hheuwati?ni.Ncii- vvVij ra,e,,t', .Sciatica. Coughs, fJY coins, w eaKiiacK' Momucn -. and liowcIs.Shootinfrl'ains, f I'alpttation. uyspepsM, Liv- ' 3 v vsfctwy. . - cr loni'iiuim. liiiiousr ever. y'!f- Malaria and Epidemics. uso i f'c'tri c'-N. " Sin's Z'lasterstan Klec h, "S t",c Kattcry combined "LA f TE ""'h a ,""s l"Ia..tcr)and latiicti at pain. 23 k: everywliore. SLIGHT 0BDS.. A Little Story with a Large moral Osie 32nn vIio Iviiow his Own Ilusiness. No. my dear," sud the venerable keepor of a country store to n timid little girl -Those head scarcely came up to tho Ierol of the counter. "Io, my dear, weharen t any rod flannel, lwt we hare some first rate New Or leans laola&es." Softly hinting that sho didn't think that would answer the purpose quite as Well, the child -went her way in Search of the article she -ranted. Have you BSNSON'S CAPCINE PLAS TERS?" askod a sentleman of a certain drug gist whose name could bo civen were it do sired, "l am troubled juit now with a touch of ray old friend, tho lumbago, and the Rcn- son'j Plaster seems to go to the spot almost as soon as it touches tho skin." "Not at present." replied the druggist, gen ially " but, we have lots of plasters just as good. There is All cock's, the Capsicum and others won't ono of them do as well?" "jly dear sir," retorted tho gentleman, with a slight show of tempor, "I say nothing against those articles, but I am a business man, and always ask for precisely what I want, and for nothing olio. I may enlighten you, however, when I say that sometime ago. for another disease, of which tbo Capcino has since cured mc, I tried all tlioso you mention, with no appreciable benefit. They aro ineffi cient, every one of them, tho meanest act oi the proprietors of some of them boing this that they make plasters with similar sound tng names to dectivo tho unwary into bclior ing they aro the samo thin?. Exporienco taught me the difference I'll go to the next man in your line. Good day." Bo on our guard against imitations. Tho genuine has tho word CAl'CINE cut cleanly in the middle of the plaster. All others nro impositions. Soabury .t Johnson, Chomists. New York. ASK FOE- TJnion India Kuhber Co's Pure Para Gum CRACK PROOF RUBBER BOOTS. BEWAKK Or I3IITATIONS ! lie sure the Root1 are stamped CRACK PROOF on the heels, and have the PURE GUJI SPRIN GS on the foot and instep, which nrevent their eracKin-r or Dreaklntr We are now mk.: them with RUBBER AND ASBESTOS Soles which will make them last more U.:a twice as lon as any Rubber boots inao. FOR SALE KY ALL DEALERS. ALL KINDS Rl'JH'KR BELTING. RACK ING, IIOSK.SPRINGS. CLOTHING, UUU1SA.NU hiiuta. r.ic. CGODYEAR RUBBER CO. R. II. PEASE. .Ir. (. Agents. S. il. RUNYON. ) San Erauc HOSPITAL, ASTORIA, . - - - ORE minis INSTITUTION. UNDER CARE OF JL the Sisters of Chanty, Is now ready for t he reception of patients. Private rooms for the accommodation of any desiring them. Patients admitted at all houis, day or night. No physician uas exclusive ngut, everv patient is iree to anu nas me pnvuego oi employing any pnysician mey preier. Unitcrt States 3Iariue Seamen who nnv Uosnital Dues, are enu tied to Free care and attendance at this Hos pital durint sickness. 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People who are not within reach of a daily mail will consult their own inter ests by sending the small snm of TWO DOLLARS, And they will get THE WEEKLY AS TORXAIS!", postage paid, for one year. J. F. S:,a,XiXIOE.&2T & Co, Hamilton Street Assessment. NOTICE is hereby given that the assessment made by Ordinance No. 572 of the City of Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon, and which Ordinance passed the Common Council ot said city on the 13th day of Xovember,1883, and was approved on the 14th day of November, 188:5, for the proposed improvement of Hamilton street, in the Citv of Astoria, as laid out and recorded by John McClure, from tho south side of Chenamus street to the south side of Astor street in the manner pro vided by Ordinance No. "wG or the City ot Astoria, and which Ordinance passed the Common Council bf said city on the 29th day of September, 1S83, and was expiration of this notice, viz: Friday, December 8.18S3,the Common Council will issue warrants for tlie collection thereof. The assessment is as follows : S- O Q w o" 2 a S 2. - s - o Xante of Ottner. 5 ?. S fcs S a s 2. 2 r : f i T -: 1. : : : : ft- : jl J Kinney M .1 Kinney J GNernburg John Ilobson Pytliian Ruilding Association 3L J Kinney Heirs of G tY Warren R Carruthers T Broemser J T Gray A J egler J W White By order of the Common Council of Astoria, November 18, 1883. casctiiEias'asBaisissaoasniiiiiain a a Z controlled by no no master but is part of the city for $7.00 3.50 .65 "POSTAGE. a ma n 1IJ s 4 58 100 50 00 S380 00 430 00 11 " " GO 00 445 00 49a 00 G " " 50 00 445 00 495 00 9 " i' 50 00 297 00 -547 00 4 Gl " 50 GO 100 00 150 00 11 " " 50 00 417 00 467 00 G " " 50 00 243 00 293 00 9 " " 50 00 417 00 4o7 00 4 04 " 50 00 65 00 115 00 11 " " 50 00 417 00 467 00 G " " 50 00 417 00 467 00 9 " " 50 00 417 00 467 00 said City of Astoria. T. S. JEWETT, Auditor and Clerk.