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m lite fjmUj lttfran. ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY... JANUARY 3. 1SS1 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FUR SEA. t).twortb. Br sp Qnernstovra Jan 2 VESSELS IX THE RIVER. -0 Olive S.Socthard. Atnsp Red Cross, Am sp Helicon. Star of Krin, Br sp CitT of Madrid. Br sp -L-tdstock. Br bkf Barcftoy, Br sp Ancrona Br up Sarah Bell, Br blc, Oban Bar, Br bk ' Banca. Brbk MtWashinstoo, Am sp Hich'&nd Light, Am. ip Indiana. Am sp. Came Winslow.Am blc Martha Fisher, Sea King. Am sp Morayshire, Ut sp Sovereign of the Seas Blemah, Brep VESSELS OJX THE WAY. FrosA Forelcn Ports, for the Columlila Klver Aberatwith Castle, Br sp 10GS Liverpool Sept 11 Berwickshire, Br sp Brisbane Chas. Cotesworth, Br bk Liverpool City of Carlisle, Br bk Greenock Aug 14 ot-Kskdale. Br bk Livsrpool July 26 ! IUta, Brbk Liverpool Dec 5 We of Erin, Br sp Sydney Sept 1 C Jorsalfarer. Xor bk Liverpool Nov 12 Kelverdale, Br bk 1191 N S W Norseman, Br bk Liverpool DeoS River Indns, Br sp Newcastle Nov SO Stashound, Br bk i73 Wilmington S. R. Mead, Am bk 1023 XT Sopt C Tythonus, Br bk London From American Ports. Alameda.Am sp"N Y Henry James. Brbk 90S X Y Jnne 19 Merom, Am sp N Y August 1? M W "Watts, Am bk New "V ork May 12 Tillie C Starbuck, Amsp NY Jnne 23 'TIDE TABEiR FOE ASTOKTA. - JANUARY. I HIGH WATER. j LOW WATER. - First. Second. First. Second. o o I s a " o . i.i. h. vi. S h. in. I -v h. m. X 9 33p -05 10 03 02 03 0-8 14 11 08 04 10 33 11 13 0 03 1 14 2 2G 3 39 4 51 00 0 03 ,-04 700 7 49 8 30 903 9 31 10 02 10 29 1103 11 4C 1 02 2 01 302 4 02 5 02 5 57 C45 7 27 8 02 -07 -09 -08 -o-c 03 00 0-5 11 l.C 08 00 04 01 -02 -04 -0-7 -08 -OS 8 35 I-0U 9 0J 1-02 I) 31p 02 The hours between inuluii-lit and noon are ' desijnialed by a (a. r.:.)t those between noon and inidnif-lit by j) (p. m.). oft. OOji a denotes iiiiriniKht, oft. 00m. v denotes noon. The lieiglit is reckoned from the level of average lower low waters to which the sound-lii-;'- are -iven on the Coast Suney charts. Columbia River Exports. SHIPMENTS FOKEION. JANUARY. 2 To Quccmlmcn per OalrurorUi. Wheat, 69,070 bus.1 70,451 TCG BOAT CHAKGES, Followin- is the schedule of prices for towage n ana out over tne uoiumma Bar : For vesels not Inward . Outward exceeding Loaded. Ballast. 800 tons.?150 800 to 1000 tons... 200 ' IOO0 to 1200 tons... 22.5 1200 to 1400 tons 275 '1400 to 1000 tons... 300 S150 $150 175 200 250 300 175 200 250 4 Astoria ICctail 3Iarket. Flour per sack S1J50. 1 Wheat, per cental S2.00(g2.27. ' Oats, ' S2.io?.2j. Bacon, sides per Bj, G cts. Shoulders, " 124lo cts. Ilams, 16&20 cts. Lard, " 3G; cts. Beef, 12320 cts. Mutton, 12X15 cts. rork,l2l5cts. Veal, l.r)ivs cts. Butter, per roll 05 to 95 cts. Eges, per dozen 50G0cts. Potatoes, per lb to 1 cts. Apples, sreen, per box 1.25. to 1.71 , Cheese, per lb 025cts. Cornmeal, per B 4 cts. Oatmral, " GKcts. Beans, " 4 cts. Coffee, -' 1240cfc-. Tea, " 40D0cts. Kice, " 8 10 cts. Sugar, " 10 14 cts. byrup, per gallon 75c 1. Honey, per gallon $1.50. Salmon, per kit $5. Onions, per fi 23 cts. ' Apples dried per lb 1218 cts. Peaches ". " 12 18 cts. Plums. ' " I2i6cts. Candles, per lb 20 cts. Chickens, per dozen $0. Hay, per ton $25. Hides, per lb G 9 cts. Oils, per gallon, boiled linseed, 75c; raw linseed, 70c; coal oil, 40c; lard $1.25. Domestic Exports. The receipts of certain articles of Or egou produce, at San Francisco, from January 1, 1883, to December 12th, inclu sive, have been as follews: Flour, qr sks....... ........ 90.403 238.719 34.208 2,020 1.075 280,285 582 8,417 2 40 C21 29.009 3110 37,184 262 11 23 159 G.514 1,054 499 21 89 8,011 71 802 50 33 Wheat, ctls Oats, ctls ............ Salmon, bbls....... lif bbls pkgs Z'...'.Z'.Z-.. Apples, Ripe, bxs bbls pkgs Butter, pkgs . Potatoes, sks............. Wool, bales . Hides. No Tallow, pkgs Beef, bbl bis. Hav. bales... Quicksilver, flasks ... Fruit, Dried, pkgs Iealher, pkgs ..:............... Hops', bales... . . ..... Hams, pkgs . . . Cheese, cs Flax Seed, sks ..... Corn, ctls ..... ., Canned Goods, cs I.arrt.pkgs Bacon, cs.................... ... CHAS. A, MAY, New Store, New Stock Toys. Fancy Goods, tohacco and Cigars. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FINE ASSORTMENT. inoqua street, next door to the Empire I ni7-em 1 3 10a 7'fl 12 12p 8-5 8 37a 21 2 3-33 7-9 2 53 S0 9 2J 20 3 4 03" 77 3 r,l 75 10 10 1-9 4 4 42 75 4 57 70 11 OS 10 5 5 25 7'4 fi 04 G'4 - - C C 22 7-5 7 14 C'l 0 07 13 7 7 24 7-7 8 27 CT0 L (XJ 1-9 8 8 27 7D 9 40 C'l 2 10 2'3 it 9 31 J8-1 11 07p C-4 3 10 20 10 10 31 8-3 - - - - 4 21 2 C 11 0 18 C-8 1124a 8-C 5 23 25 12 1 10 7-2 0 13p 88 0 2." 2-3 13 11 53 77 0 57 89 7 17 22 H 2 32 81 1 : 88 8 0C 20 15 3 03 8-2 2 21 81 8 53 1 1C 3 35 S2 3 10 79 9 37 15 17 4 01 81 4 03 73 10 21 13 .18 4 2S 70 5 00 (i'8 11 10a 11 19 5 08 78 o 5S 04 0 03p 10 20 o 58 77 li ,i!) GO - - -0 21 (i 53 7-0 8 01 58 0 Ca 21 22 7 48 77 9 07 5-8 1 :B 25 23 8 42 78 10 13 00 2 HI 28 24 9 : S0 11 IT-p 04 3 27 211 25 10 22 S3 - - -- 4 22 28 "20 0 08 . G9 11 ICa 85 5 15 2C 27 0 51 73 II 50a 87 C 07 24 28 1 30 77 0 41p 87 59 2 1 2d 2 05 80 1 22 8 7 50 18 30 2-37 83 2 02 8 .S 15 31 3 05al8-4 2 4Dp 7. 9 23a 13 SOCIETY MEETINGS. Temple Lodge, No. 7A.F.A.M. REGULAR COMMUNICATIONS flnt and third Tuesdays In each VV month, at 7J4 o'clock, p. m., at the'VN Hall in Astoria. Members of the order In good standing arc Invited to attend.. By order of the W.M. Beaver Lodfre No. 35, L O. O. F. REGULAR MEETING EV JLt ery Thursday evening at half-past seven o'clock, at the Loritre room in Odd Fellows Hall Astoria. Sojourning members of the order In good standing, cordially Invited to aitend. By order . N. G. Ocean Encampment, No. 13, L O. O. P. OEGULAR MEETINGS OF OCEAN ii Xti campment No. 13. I. O. O. F., at the Loage, in tne uau i-euows cuuuni, ai seven p. m., on the second and fourth Mondavs of eaeh month. SolournlDi breth ren cordially lnTited. ay uruer . i . Seaside LocUje No. 12, A. O. U. W. REGULAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. "W. will be held In Pythian Hall on Friday evening of each wppIt. nt? n'rfnri- v. it. Members of tlie order in good standing, and visiting Broth ers are invitea to auena. iaurary vrui -c open fifteen minutes before and after eacli meeting. By.order ,!;T- C. BROWN, ec Astoria Lodfire No. 40, L O. Q.I. REG UL AR MEETING EVERY TUESDAY evening at 7 o'clock, at Pythian Hall. Astoria. Members of the Order, In good standing, are invited to attend. Degree meeting nrst iionaay oi eacu monin. By order W. 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 r. x. By order of the Council Commander. B. V.MONTE1TH, Sec'ty. Cushing Post No. 14, G. A. B. EEGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS POST on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 7 -30 p. m. visiting com rades cordially Invited. By order Pacific Lodgre No. 17, K. of P. "OEGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS Xfc Lodge every Friday evening, at 7 -30 ociock, in tneir "jastie .nu, oujuunuug Knights cordially invited to attend. GEO.P.WHEELEK, K.ofR.andS. Astor Lodge No. 6. K. of P. REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS T n.Arm Anv TCTaH ti ttcrl o- Avntilnrr Of 7 0 o'clock, at their lodge room, in Pythian ed to attend. W. L. UOBB. K. of R. and S. Common CounciL "OEGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND JlX fourth Tuesday evenings of each month at yt o'clock. tt3-l'ersons desiring to have matters acted upon by the Council, at any reimlar meet ing must present the same to the Auditor ana uierK, on or oeiore tne ifnuay evening prior to the Tuesday on which the Council noios its regular meeting. THOS. S. JEWETT. Auditor and Clerk, CHURCH DIRECTORY. Gkace CnuiiCH Holy communion first Sunday of every month. Sunday services atll a. m., and 7 p.m. "Wednes day evening service at 7 o'clock. Kev. M..U. Wilson, itector. Fiust Pkesbyterian Chukch Ser vices atll a. sr. and 7 p. m. Wednes day evening prayer meeting at 7 o'clock. Uev. J. V. ililhgan, Pastor. Coxoi:egationai. CiruncH Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. ltev. Sam'l Wood, Pastor. Roman Catholic Ciiur.cn Services atlO-30 a. m. Bev. L. Diclman, Pastor M. E. Chuhch Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Lecture and Prayer Meet ing, "Wednesday, at 7 p. m. Bev. Wm. Roberts, Pastor. Baptist Church. Services each Lord's Day at 11 a. m., and 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting on Wednesday, at 7 p. m. Rev. B. S. McLafferty, pastor. Stop That Horse ! From Slipping. USE THE PATENT SHOE. George McLane HAS JUST RECEIVED A PATENT Horseshoe from the Patent Office, for the purpose of preventing all classes of hors es from slipping on plank, or steep roads. Horses shod with this shoe WILL NOT SLIP. A trial will convince anyone. I keep Two First-class Shoers In my shop. Try the NEW SHOE. 03"Corns and Contracted Hoof cure a specialty. No satisfaction no pav. GEO. McLANE. Wilson & Fisher, SHIP CHANDLERS. DEALERS IN Iron, Steel, Coal, Anchors, Chains, TAR, PITCH, OAKUM, NAILS AND SPIKES, Shelf Hardware, Paints and Oils STEAM PACKING, PROVISIONS. FLOUR AND MIIX FEED. Agents for Salem Flouring Mills, and Capital Flour. FAIRBANKS STANDARD SCALES. All sizes, at Portland Prices, in Stock. Corner Chenamus and Hamilton Street! ASTORIA, OREGON. BUY THE BEST ! BARBOUR S Irish Fiax Salmon Net Threads Woodberry, and Needle Brands, SEINE TWINES. AND COM Mil LEAD LINES, Fish Fouids, Seines, aa6 Hets Imported, to Order. A. Large Stockof HettinFisliIiines AND FISH HOOKS. CONSTANTLY ON- HAND. HENRY DOYLE & CO., 517 and 519, MARKET STREET SAN FRANCISCO. KTAggents for the Pacific Coast For Sale. FIVE HUNDBKD COEDS DRY HEM lock Wood, which I will deliver at the houses of customen lor $4 a cord. Draylog or all kinds done at reasonable rates. . B. MAKION. mm tvZSIKjr n t xltM!ffiw j3 neekEsmJ. nu mm&m jf Vitalizes ami Enrich- the Ulooil, .w&e np the System, 2Ii!tca the "iV'Ii Strong', Utjtisls p xiia l'ruJict.- do-.ro, Invl-rorate th-t Itrain, apd :CURES-' and Ague, Paralysis, Ciiroiiic Diarritsa, lioiiSj dropsy, Hiisiors, Tsuiale Com plaints, Liysv Com plaint,Bcc2itten: Tever, and ILL DISEASES 0RIG1KATIKG VI A CA0 STATI OF THE BLOOD, 03 ACCOMPANIED Bi DEBILITY OR A LOW STATE OF THE SYSTEM. mmm mm BEING FRI-.E FK'JM .ilWii' . eatr ngtSTccn arc ne: fo'lo'vjj L c jrt-y.ot . , tea, but art pennanui. setii v.'. rowi.;: a x"il tr .. . -fj-is MARKETS. CENTRAL MARKET. General assortment of table stock constantly on nana, such as Canned Fruits and Jelly, Bacon, Hams, Shoulders, Lard EGGS, BUTTER. CHEESE. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, FISH. POBITBY AND AME In tho season. CIGARS AJfD TOBACCO. Bust or WKVES ANE UQUORM. All cneap for CASH, (roods sold on com mission. Opposite I. Vf. Case'd store. J. ltOlH'EJW. Washington TSIarket, Main Street, - - Astoria Oregon BERGMAN BERRY KKSP.2CTFULLY OALL THE ATTE:. tion of the public to the fact that the above Market will always bo supplied with a FULL VARIETY BEST QUALITY FRESH AND CURED MEATS 1 Arliich will be sold at lo-vest rates, wholoealo and retalL Special attention taven to supplj ns ships. STAE MARKET. WHERRY fe COMPANY, Fresh and Cured Meats, T7"g?"t5tfcXfi.. FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS. OPPOSITE OCCIDENT IIOTEI.. CUEXAMU8 -street. Astoria, Og LOOK HERE ! "We -espectfuIly Inform the public that we will always keep on hand the best quality of Fresh and Cured Meats ALSO Choice Family Groceries- Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Crockery and Glass-ware. Ships, Hotels and Boarding Houses sup plied on liberal terms. A share of the public patronage Is respect fully solicited. ''' dtf. "WARREN & THOMPSON. LOEB &.QO. JOBBERS IN WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS. AGENTS FOR THE Best San Francisco Houses and Eastorn Distilleries. Tumblers Decanters, and All Kinds of Saloon Supplies. -All coods sold at San Francisco Prices. MAIN STREET, Opposite Parker House. Astoria, Oregon. G. A. STINSON & CO., BLACKSMITH1NG, At Capt, Rogers old stand," corner of 'Cass and Court Streets. Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoeing. Wagons made and repaired. Good work guaranteed. J. HESS. A. M. JOHNSON. Astoria Sail Loft. MANUFACTURERS OF SAILS, TENTS, AWNINGS, TAEPATJLINS, And eyerythlngelse pertaining to pur Business. Lowes tPrice and Best Work For your Money, At the Old Stand. Leave your orders arid get your work" done at once. ' J. HESS k CO. Oregon. ArtM?, A REPLY TO "EXTORTER. Astoria, Dec. 26. To the Editor of the Oregenian: In Btudymg tho comparative costs f leadint: vessels nt Astona Ave ould be exact. It is not difficult to net at the cost of vessels loading at both Portland Astoria, for many have loaded nt both places, and the dis bursement sheets are -with tho owners and agents. I fear "Exporter" did not take the time to look at the disbursement sheets in his office, for he has under estimated the cost of bringing a ves sel to Portland to load, and omitted very important items of expense. In the first place, he places the cost of towing the Ice King to Portland and return at $400. The real cost would have been S573 for this service, in accordance with the O. B. & N. Co.! late of towage. The lighterage would have been SL25 per ton on 800 tons to be lightered. So we shall now have extra cost of loading Ice King at Portland instead of at As toria. Towago np and down $ 5W 03 Pilotage np and down. - 96 00 Iiighterage down at $155, 800 tons... :.. ...... 1,000 00 Extra help taking ship np and down, average 90 00 Four days' time of vessel (aver age) in going np to Portland from Astoria and back again, at thn rnta of 8 cents oer reC istered ton per day 447 44 Entire cost, total $2,230 44 There are other items, such as risk to vessel, etc, that I have not includ ed, but I think I have shown enough to prove tnat tne ice n.uiy or n vessel can make more money to stop at Astoria, and have the grain brought to her at Astoria in barges, than to go to Portland for the loading. Let "Exporter" turn to his books, and not state from memory, and add the cost of the shin's extra time at -what it is reasonably worth, and I think he will find that "axioms" don't have much to do with this Portland-Astoria bus iness. Figures obtained from ex perience are a better guide, for ihey will not lie. But "Exporter" wishes the Colum bia river improved. For what pur pose? If the river was deepened so that the very deepest essels could ascend to and descend from Portland with the greatest draft, it would still be cheaper to carry the grain to As toria in large barges and steamboats, to meet the ships at Astoria and load them. Our experience is that grain can be carried from Portland to Asto ria at fifty cents a ton. We carried in the barge "No. 1" at less cost than forty cents per ton. If "Exporter" with two or three others of the heavi est exporters of Portland will give us a contract to carry all their grain to Astoria for shipment at fifty cents per ton, I will agree that tho facilities are ready for them within ninety days. Fifty cents per ton is, you will ob serve, only IK cents per bushel "Exporter" has a parting shot at the "little town by the sea." This Astoria that he speaks of has a pop ulation of 6,000. It has twenty-four salmon canneries which packed last year one million and a half dollars worth of salmon. We have water works, gas-works, and a sawmill and box-factory, which has a capacity of 40,000 feet of lumber per day. Two more sawmills are now build ing here. One will cut 50,000 feet per day; the other will cut 20,000 feet per day. If it were not for the oppo sition of the holders of the land grant, we would have had a railroad long before this. If we only now suc ceed in getting this grant forfeited, our railroad will be begun in the spring. Astoria also has two daily newspapers and takes 240 copies of the daily Oregonian. Yours, Clatsop. Says the Independence, Oregon, West Side: It is rumored that Jay Gould has purchased the Tichenor's interest in Port Orford, and that the deeds were executed and delivered last week. This comes pretty straight, and coupled with the fact that an agent of Gould's has been in this section for months, there may be something in it. A number of Northern Pacific and Short Line engineers are at work near the Malheur reservation, which geo graphically lies in the direct route from the present finished west end of the Oregon Short 'Line and Corvallis, Oregon. PLUMBING, Gas and Steam Fitting DONE BY RUDDOCK & WHEELER. AT fair rates Abo a complete stock of goods in our line. Estimates given and work guaranteed. Cass street. In rear of I O O F building, next to Gas Go's office. CERTAIN SHAMS. Swindlers and their "Victim- How Careless People Suffer in Ilealtk sad Pocket. Every streak of sunshine creates a shadow, and behind every truth crouches its corres-pondin-lio. Whosoever has not been in some way fooled and robbed by swindlers and their works has had better luck than most mortals In fact the best witnesses to the valus of a sivon article are the counterfeits and imita tiods w hich soeklo share its success without possessine a fraction of its merit Hence, it goe3 without saying that bessos's cAPcno; roEocs plistebs ase pursued by a host of miserablo and worth less imitators, eager to appropriate what they can of the fruits of its victories. These leeches commomly take the form of a cheap plaster. Now, these harmless and worthless plasters would bo detected in a minute if peoplo wore careful in reading and remembering names. But most peoplo merely glance at them, un derstand partially and forget instantly. What result? This : Desiring to buy BENSON'S CAPCINE PLASTER, their own carelessness enables some storekeeper or druggist, who cares mora for five or ten cents additional profit than for th.sweetsof an approvingcon science, to roll them np instead somo cheap imitation with a' similar name. The deceit often works, while the fraudulent plasters never do. Don't permit yourself to be thus victimixed for lack of a moment's care. BENSON'S CAPCINE POROUS PLASTERS have stood the test of sciesee and experience and are the product of both. Examine tho article and satisfy yourself that the word CAPCINE is cut in it. , Seb-ry Jt Joiwotf, Phariiif-eutical Chem isia. NeirYorkV Highest' awards-medals at International XxpHitteat. Caticura POSITIVE CURE FO EVSHT TOE or SKINandBLOQD DISEASE raon PIMPLES TO SCROFULA T cennie the 3ln. Scalp and Blood of Itcbinc. Scalj. Pimply. Copper Colored. Scrofulous, Inherited and Contagious Humors Rirtntl Poisons. Ulcers. Absces-ea and .Inian- tile rkin tortures, the Cctxcuha Kemedies are infallible. Cutlcura Kesolvcnt. tte nov Blood r4url r Dinrotlc and ADerseit. expels disease -terms from tbo blood and i'Cr3PiratioiX and in move3 the cause. Cuxicon.. tbo ereat Skin Cure, instantly allays Itching and Infla- mtmon. Clears inu jam uuu ccaip, oeaia ul cers and Sores, restores tho Complexion. Cc TiruRA Soap, an exquisite Skin BcautiGer and Toilet Requisite, is indispensablo in treatintc skin diseases, and for rough, chapped or ureasy skin, blackheads, blotches and baby humors. Cuticuha Kejiedik are the only infallblo blood purifier and skin beautiQtrs. Clia IIousUlou. Esq.. lawyer. 29 State street, Boston, icports a caso of Salt Rheum under his observation for ten years, whioh covered the patient's body and limbs, and to which all known methods of treatment had been applied without benefit, which -vascured solrly by tho Ci-ticoba. UMKDits, leaving a lean and healthy skin. Sir. anil Mrs. Everett Stbblns, Relch crtown. Mass., write : Our little boy was ter ribl afflicted with Scrofula. Salt Rheum and Erisipelas ever since ho was bo-n.and noth ing wo could give him helped him until we tried CcTict'Ri Remedies, which fradually cured him, until ho is now as fair as any child. II. E. Carprntrr. Henderson, N. 1., cured of Psoriasis or Loprosy, of twenty year's standing, by Ccticcrv Rembpies. Ihe most wonderful euro on record. A dustpan full of scales fell from him daily. Physicians and his friends thought he must dio. Cure sworn to before a justice of the peace and Hender son's most prominent citizens. Sold by all dniBKlsts. Cuticuka,.")0 cents ; Kksoi.vent.S1 : Soap.'JS cents. Pottkk Drug ani Chemical Co. Boston Mas. Send ttr"Koir to Cure Skin IH-.ca.se.s". ilTTrpTCUKA SOAP. Absolutely J U JLX pure, highly medicinal, indorsed by physicians, preferred by the elite. Sales ii3l aud 18S2,l.O00.000cakes,soldeverywherc CATARR SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE, Head Colds, Watery Discharges from the Nose and oyc?. Ringing Noises in tho Head, nervous llenUucno and icver instantly re lieved. Chokinc muens di'lozed. membrane cleans ed nnd healed, breath sweetened, smell, tnste and hcarinc restored, and ravacres checked. Cough, Bronchitis, Droppings into tho Thront. Pains in tho Chest. Dyspepsia, Wast ing of; trengtn and rlesh, Loss of bleep, etc. cured. Ono bottlo Radical Curo, ono box Catarrhal Solvent ami ono Dr. hanlord's Inhaler, in ono racknre. of all dru-rciats. for SI. Ask for Sax- Kono'.s Radical Cure, a puro distillation of itch Jlaiel. Am. l'mo. La. frir. Mancold. Clover BlOSSOmS, OtC. i'OTTEKDnUGANDClIEM- ical. Co , Boston. a'AT I IKffii For tho relief and preven !.V''U;,,'U7 tion, tuc litttant It Is ap- v ii.'Sf Piieu.e: I'neumaiismJNeu- V k ft . rnlpin R.intirn rVmiia L Yy" Colds. Weak Back' Stomach 5.-' and Bowels. Shootins Pains. T' "XNT, l.-lr: - - i ; " -raipiiuuuu. rrspupaiu, un- .x er Uomnlnlnt. llilionabover. '?7r& - x-.JWbj VN' ,., z' J ";. - . " - --T -to x viuttiuriii miu jiuueiiiic. uso st.i LECTRK rRl c" Collin' lJnsten(an Elec- i.-in ASa"E -J7-1 a ror.ou.p,asteran( Drugs and Chemicals Prescriptions carefully compounded Day or Night. BANKING AHDJHSURANCE. I- W. CASE, BROKER, BANKER AND INSURANCE AGENT ASTORIA, ... OREGON OFFICE HOURS: FROM 9 O'CLOCK A. M. UNTIL 3 O'CLOCK P. M. $67,000,000 CAPITAL. LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE, NORTH BRITISH AND MERCAN TILE OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH. OLD CONNECTICUT OF HART FORD, AND COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. Representing a capital of 807,OOO,0&. A. VAN DUSEN. Accent, HANSEN BROS. SASH AND DOOR FACTORY, AND PLANING MILL. A full stock of home manufactured goods constantly on hand. Special Attention given to Orders. AU work guaranteed. Your patronage so licited. ASTORIA. Oregon Brewery Beer Saloon. The Best Beer 5 cts a Glass. Hot Lunch every Day from 10 to 12 A. M The best of Liquors and Cigars on hand. A deservedly popular place of social resort. GEO. HELLER.' Aje THiusi DRUGGIST a-d y cA Pharmacist, ft$ Hastoria.o' k Is AI AWOilN ! tf. nuaaaaaai A Journal of and for the People, Devoted to the Best Interests of the Community. The largest circulation of any News paper published on The Astoria' is clique and recognizes public opinion. imssEasdssiseusauasut-JsesEisuasacaaigiitiaiitdtSMSiiaii a n3cn - it32naaaJisJsx - :ivacy;:ci::c'! - i:i35:i - ;: IP iQlhf n SI In Mill II Is thoroughly Independent, and enjoys the confidence and support of a large circle of friends and patrons. The Astoiuan consistency it claims for itself and labors for the advancement and prosperity of the City, County an It is delivered to aiw ifteen The Daily Astriap One Year, Six Months, One Month, FKEE The Weekly Astorian Is issued every Friday Morning. We go to press at 3- A. M., on morning of pub lication and give the latest news. The WEEKLY ASTORIAN is now in the eleventh year of its publication, and is universally read, and commended. 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 TORIAN, postage paid, for one year. J. F. HJLIiLOBJLIT & Co. ASK FOR Union India Bubber Co's Pure Para Gum CRACK PROOF RUBBER BOOTS. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS I Be sure the Boots are stamped GRACK PROOF on the heels, and have the PURE GUJI SPRINGS on the foot and Instep, We are now making them with RUBBER ! jusu AJSis&Bxus aoies wnicn will make them last more than twice as long as any Rubber boots made. FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS. ALL KINDS RUBBER BELTING, PACK ING, HOSE. SPRINGS, CLOTHING. BOOTS AND SHOES. Etc. COQDYEAR RUBBER CO. a. a. rr,ABEt, or. Jr. L N, r A rrartta S. M. RUNYON San Fjancisco. For lame Back, Side or Chest use Shiloh'a Porous Plaster, Price 25 cents. Fer sale by W. E. Dement. o HJflBLi 1 the Columbia Kiver. controlled by no mast im&Imim storian i - s: - ii3: !3;vJj2BHI3i3IKHBl-HMHUMiWHa concedes to all3 the vicinity. part of the city for per Week, is Sent by Mail $7.00 3.50 .60 POSTAGE. a utnrENWEBEij. H, BBOWX Leinenweber & Co., ESTABLISHED 1865. ASTORIA. OREGON, TAMEBS AE GDBBBIES, Manufacturers and Importers of A LL KINDS OF AND BINDINGS "Wholesale Dealers In OIL AND TALLOW. f Highest cash price paid for Hides and i J.U11UW.