The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883, August 01, 1883, Image 4

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    ASTORIA, Oil EG ON:
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1. V$3
hm TRADE.
"OUT OF ASTORIA.
A KHl l A , 'KOSI 'iK A
R'ver Vith. Br Sp Vefctc N S V Ju'x3t
Gragmore, Hr Wc Syd ftj- V July 31
Itrtilc cwoa tle.lalySt
Tarn O' ihaiiter, July SI
Qocen of the Pacific. ss.S F JtT.yM
VESSELS IX TJJE JtFvER.
0
l.'heiebroURh. AmTp Highland l-iebt.AT3.ip
lihrry florae. Am sp '"orsina, Aiiibd
Imperial. Am 6p Reaper, Am sp
Titan. Am Indiana. Am fp.
Rtonberric. Kr bk Western Belle. Am sp
Olive S.Soutlianl. Amsp Ooloma.
Kate 1' Troop. Br blc
vkssels o.v IFIn: va y.
3roi Furolsu X'ortH. for tin'
Colmnlila ttlver
Antoinette. Br bk llonckons Jubb 4
Barjrany. Brp Airil 2S Clyde
JtlensfeH, Br sp May H London
BanfTsliiro. Br bk April 4 Land en
Bliotan, Brsp l.irerpool May 12
City of Madrid. Br sp MarS Clyde
Chasca. Br bk Liverpool March 9
Cairnsmore, Brpp London April 27
Dovenbj-. Br ltk Newcastle X S AV
Kiikdale. Br bk Liverpool .luly 96
I'iety Cross, Br sp Sidney
Ulenporis, Br bk April S3 Cardiff
Ciirran. Br bk April '2C Louden
Griseilalc. Brsp Liverpool April 7
Harry Bailoy. Br bk Bnonns Ayres
IncbRreon. Brsp 1091 Greenock, June.
Ironside, Br bk Greenock May 10
Inle of Anclosea. Br bk May 5 Liverpool
Janet McNeil, Br bk .Tunc IS Glasgow
Kapunda, Br sp London April 7
Lake Kric, Br sp London April 29
MalUcate, Brbk Liverpool May 21
Kairnshire, Br sp Glascow March S2
Oban Bay. Brbk Mar 31 Glascow
Gaknortli, ISrsp I-V128 London
Oberon. Br bk Hull ,lcue 3
Oberoc, Brsp London June H
Portland l.loydc. Am sp Montevideo May 2!
Itosfdliu. Bri-p Tort Ohalmers May 1!
Uoxburcshi re. Br bk Vob G London
Star of Hrin. Br hp Glasgow June lft
Spirit of the Dawn, Br bk May 2 London
Scottish Tar. Br bk Liverpool. March 14
Shcnir. Br bk Newcastle March 94
Wictonsbiro. Br bk Bremen March la
From American I'ortn.
Carrio Window. Am bk X Y March 1ft
Morem, Am sp X Y
MtWashington. Am sp New York April IS
M W Watts, Am bk New ork May 12
Bed Cross, Am p X Y March 12
Sea King, Am sp X Y July 4
St. Lucie, sp Xevr York March 11
Sovcroicn of the Seas, Am sp New York June 2
Tillic K Starbuck. Am sp X Y June 23
TIDE TABLE FOR ASTOHIA
From tables ol United States Coast Survey
Uish Water. J Low Wat or.
Date.
A. V..
I. V.
A. V..
, M
. " 2SI
. ......
. 7
, 8 401......
. i 4:j
,10 -301.
u a-i.
, 1 10
. i i-'i
2 11J....
.11 15
. 0 ft!
. 1 12,..
. 1! S4....,
. 1 0".....
. f, 15.....
. G 15
. 7 OS....
. 7 42.....
. K 15.....
27 i; :s
IN 7 W
J.. it 18 .
:) n n
::i n nl ...
i. o -jj
o )""."'.
1 ... i o
n 11
i it;
It vs
3
4 42
, .1 15
n 40
7 20
8 C
Columbia Hirer Exports.
SHII'MKXTS FOKK1GX.
ItKfAI'ITULATIOK JANCABY 'SI.
esl.S7ji 1ms. wlic.it
bbls Hour.
Total, cargoes .
FHltllUAKV.
Wheat. lfi0.t0C bus., value....
Klour, at,4iHi bbls., ....
Total, 6 cargoes
MABCtl.
Wheat (107.524 bushels)
KIour(.S.m bbls)
Salmon (2T.O0 ittscs)...............
Lumber (WOM )
. 237,17b
S 5H3.4S0
? 179.10s
1
S 323.ail
'J1C.750
SH1.W7
i.-'.u-jo
C4"00
Total (S cargoes).
Flour. i&lJM Mils....,
Lumber. Jm5 M
.....S8fJ,Sll
.1S5.554
4li,000
Totnl.s cargoes .SlP0,55!
MAY.
11 To lArcrt4 iter Smmmac.
Vnm l'Mltan4 lt,'JI2 bus wluat S55.0DC
".W2'i bMs Hour
17.RXI
" 1 S )tMM. ...
Tolni
JUNK.
l-'rom 1'ottlantl Ml ltbb; ll'.nr
AsloiiH.T7.7:5 cs sjilmim
S77.wri
? 4.W0
lSs.Nl
Total
JULY.
0 To Lircrpwkl ; Ullock.
From IVirtiaml l,.iit bbls Hour .
" Astoria 32,85o cs salntou.
SUC5.035
. 7.C73
10150
Total 171,923
in To IJvcrjxml jtcr Emma T. CnnrclL
From Astoria 47.235 cs salmon .230,175
Domestic Exports,
The receipts of certain articles of Or
egon produce, at San Francisco, from
January 1st, 18'. to July l8lh, inclu
sive, nave oeen as loilows
Flour, qr sks
Wheat, ctls
Oats, ctls
Salmon, bbls
hf bbls
cs.......
203.000
2I,i3
4!f.l
1
128ti
lk
41
Apples, Uipe, bxs
Uuttcr. ikj:s
Potatoes, sks
Wool, bales... ;
Hides. No..
Tallow, pkgs
IJccf, bbls
Hay. bales
Quicksilver. Uasks
Fruit. Dried, pk?s..
licalher. j)ks
Hops, bales ....
Hams, pkgs .
Cheese, as.............
Flaxseed, sks..........
Corn. ctls.....
Canned Uoods, cs
Iird. pkgs
Bacon, cs
101
23.440
2,87
24,490
7U1
23
0.487
2,0fl7
11
724
Common Council.
llesular mootinc? second and fourth Tues
day veninsHi of each month, at 7!4 o'clock
B" Persons desiring to ha vo matters acted
aiut itrcsont tho samo to the Auditor and
Clerk on or before the Friday evening prior
to tho Tuesdny on which tho Council holds its
retmlar meotmcs. THUS. S. J EV tTi.
Auditor and Clerk
Astoria LrOOffo Mo. 40, L O. G.I.
It ocular Jlcctinp every Tuesday Evening
nt o'clock, at i'ythian liall. Astoria. Mem
bors of tho Urder.in cood ftandintr. are invit.
d to attend. Degree meeting 1st Monday of
each month. Ly order W. C. T.
Temple LiOdge, No. 7 A. F. A. M.
(tegular Communications first and
third Tuesdays in "each raqnth. at 7H
ciock. r. a., at tao liall in Astoria.
Members of tho Order, in good standin
, are
invited to attend. Uy ordo: of the X
American Letrion of Honor.
Keutr.ar meetii-.trnf Asti.ri:innniw.n oo-.
is held on the first and third Saturday of
each month, at 7 o'clock r. si.
i;y order or council Commander.
It. V Montkith. Sec'ty.
BLACKSMITH
AI)
Horseshoeing Establishment
T HAVE LATELY SECURED THE SETt
JL vices of a twtunetent horseshoer from Ti
liuols, and will giiarantcu satisfaction In that
won:, uannery worK and general black
smithing done at reasonable rates. Shop
JOHN FEELY.
Know
nil aire the wj
i dyspepsia
-
and increased digestion.
Cures general debility, and
?ives a new lease of life
Dispels nerrous depression
and low spirits.
Restores an exhausted nurs
ingmotherto full strength
and gives abundant sus
tenance for her child.
Strengthens the muscles and
nerves.cnriches the blood.
Dvercomesweakness, wake
fulness, and lack cf energy
Keeps off all chills, fevers,
and other malarial poison.
Will infuse with new
the weakest invalid.
lifr
37 Walker St., Baltimore, Dec iB6.
For six years I have been a icat
sufferer from Blood Uieasc, Dy
pepsiandConipationndbeiw
io debilitated that I could not retain
anything on my stomach, in fat.
life bad almost become a burden.
Finally, when hope had almost It ft
me, my husband seeing Brown's
Irok Bitters advertised in tin
paper, induced me to give it a tri.
. I am now taking the third luti'.o
and have not felt so well in ws
years as I do at the present time.
Mrs. L. V. GsiFf:::.
Broto's Iron Bitters
will have a better tonic
effect upon any one wlic
needs "bracing up," thar
any medicine made.
MARKETS.
CENTRAL MARKET.
eneral assortment of table stock constantly
on nand. such as
Canned Fruits and Jolly,
Bacon, Hams, Shoulders, Lard,
EGGS. BUTTJEK. CHEESE,
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
FISH. POULTRY AND GA3II
In tlie season.
CSGARS AIVD TOBACCO.
Best of TFEVES AXI Z.IQVORS.
All cliean for CASH. Goods sold on com
mission. Onitositc I. W. Case's store.
J. ROIXJEKS.
Washington "Market,
Main Street, - - Astoria Oregon
BERGMAN BERRY
T ESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN.
XL tion of tho public to tho fact that tie
nbovo Market will always bosujipliod Vith a
FULL VARIETY BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS!
Which will be sold at lowcat rates, wholcsalo
and retail, broclal attention pi von to sui;j
nc shiL'S.
LOOK HERE !
We respect full v 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.
Shins. Hotels and Boardinc Houses siid
plied on liberal terms.
A share of the rniblic uatronace Isresnect-
nui y soncueu.
rttf, ' WAKREN & THOMPSON
VARIOUS QUACKS.
WhoEach iritli Jils own Pet
Scheme Cultivnto the Field
of JIntnaa Xature.
There havo always been quacks : legal
quacks, theological quacks, scientific quack?.
and medical quacks, Somo of thorn aro bland
oily fellows who arguo and smile the world
into believing their favorite bit of humbug.
Others aro nompous and pretentious parasites
Eut they mako it pay. Men seem to lore to
bo swindled, stipulating only that it fhnll be
neatly done.
Tho dear public aro equally liberal to tho
electric and magnetic fraud. This fellow is a
genius in his lino. Ho will put a magnetic
belt around your waist, a magnetic nccklaco
under your chin, or fit you, out with . an en
tiro suit of magnetic clothes, warranted to
servo tho purpose of ordinary garments, and
andatthosatno timo to .euro all dieasos
from whooping-cough to hasty consumption.
Most of theso havo no more electric or mag
netic power about them than resides in wool
on blankets or in girdles of sackcloth. Only
when applied by an c.xpcrt is electricity of the
slightest uso as a medicinal agent, and oven
then its valuo is grossly over-stated. What
is tho strongest possiblo presumptive ovidonc
an favor of a particular remedy? Clearly that
it should havo been-prepared by rosponsibl
persons of acknowledged skill in tho troat
ment of disease.
Squarely on this foundation stands BEN
SON'S CAPCINE POROUS PLASTER. En
dorscd by 5,000 physicians, pharmacists, drug
gists, and chemists, it needs no further apol
ogy nor introduction. It is the ono and only
truo and tried external application. Quacks
of all kinds pay the Capcino tho compliment
of their dislike, as Satan is said to .hato holy
water.
Look in tho middle of tho plaster for the
word "CAPCINE." Price 23 cents.
Seabury & Johnson, Chemists, New York.
Shlloh's Vitalizer is what you need
for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Diz
ziness and -all symptoms of Dyspepsia,
pice !io and 75 cents penbottle. Sold
us y.x jjement.
Things, Tilings, Tbings
The coldest tiling in the world
The kitchen oilcloth to your bare
feet in a winter's night.
Tim hottest thing A raisin ly
lur in mnhush in :i mouthfui of hot
. i. puihliiig.
c tiullojt thing A funny
Mi-Mt thinir Your rritud i
s l-I'V.
The shortest thing The mem
ory of a perpetual borrower.
The biggest thing Thejfortune
you expect to innke by slock spec
ulation. The smallest The fortune
which vou do make.
The toughest thing
wife's pie-crust.
The softest thinir
The young
-Tlit convor-
sation which pusses
beiwepn a
duck and a deary.
The highest tiling The mercu
ry in the thermometer, about this
time.
The hardest thing The bit of
bone that j'ou "come right down
on," when eating chops.
The easiest thing Lying.
The tightest thing The mar
riage tie; that is to say, it usea to
be, but now it is the loosest.
The prettiest thing Look in the j
mirror, and you will see it. j
The brightest thing The sun's j
ight shot into your eye as it comes j
reflected from the piece q looking- j
glass in the hands of the mischiev- j
ous small boy. j
The silliest thing Thinking j
that wealth produces happiness.
(Wouldn't you like to be knocked
silly, provided the money came?)
The freshest thing You know
him; he is every where. However,
he will ret salted in time.
The stalest thing Common
sense.
Tho quickest thing The Ilea.
The slowest thing An ama
teur drama . by amateur perform
ers.
The
heaviest thing A long
sermon on a
hot Sunday after
noon.
The lightest thinir A lover's
vow.
The
thickest tiling -
Your
from
tongue when
coming home
the "lodge."
The thinnest thing Tho
story
you tell your wife the next morn
ing. The wettest thing The foot of
the small boy with a new pair of
rubber boots.
rite driest thing You have just
been reading it Botftm Tran
script.
AVhat will it not. accomplish?
we queried, :ts we read in an t cx
cliansc of the .cure of a severe
felon by St. Jacobs Oil, the great
panacea for rheumatism. Mr. E.
S. Pike, of .320 North Third street,
St. Louis, ir., a prominent Ma
son and Odd Fellow was the suf
ferer whose case we read of.
STAR MARKET.
WHERRY & COMPANY,
Presli and Cured Meats,
"Vo gota-lDles,
FRUTS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OFrOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL,
CJIKVA3IUS Street, Astoria, 0
KILL'S VARIETIES.
GEO. HILL. -
- FUOPKIETOR
STAGE MANAGER
WALTER FAKES,
Engagement of
MISS SUSIE LEE,
Song and Dance Artist.
MISS MAItY MOULTON,
Character Actress and Recltatkmess.
MISS FANNIE "WALTON.
Songstress.
1JABY AVEST,
Tlie Child AVonder.
MIL HENRY WEST.
Ethiopian Comedian.
WALTER PARKS,
Comedian.
CHAS. HARROWS.
Actor.
Together with a new
ORCHESTKA.
Under the management of
PROF. CHARLES RICHARDS.
All the Old Favorites Retained.
Open all the Year Performance Every
Klght Entire Change of Programme
Every Night, Comprising
SONCS, DANCES AND ACTS.
We give the Best
Variety
Entertainment
In the West.
The theatre is crowded nightly, and all
who have witnessed the entertainment pro
nounce It to be equal to any given elsewhere.
Mr. Hill as a caterer for the public's
amusement can not be excelled. Anybody
wishing to spend a pleasant evening and
see sparkling wit and beauty without vul
garity, should improve the opportunity and
come.
The company comprises the following well
known Artists :
Miss Faxnik Walton.
Miss Makv Moulton,
Mil Walter Packs.
Mil Ciiab. Harrows.
Mil IIkkry AVrst.
All of which will appear nightly In their dlf,
ferent specialties.
Open air concert every evening ; perform
ance commencing at 8 ; entrance to theatre
on Benton street ; private boxes on Chena
mus street.
New Star in Rapid Succession !
mn mmm
Wnmterrul Cnrc or a Lart 12 yenrs
iiM, who Tor fe year.-, from the
tup or his he.-.tl to his ankles,
was turn 3!j! of Scahs.
My sot, a 1st! twelve yemn of ro. w ai
Skted wiUi the wpi form of litr ewa for
period uTcu ty r- So rirMl-t ittbutl
froii the U, . head to withi :ew iarh- j
1 rrfawl t j ield i -aj- tatnm that
jM-t d b fii nl- or i hj--icin tn-- ta
vhih. allopath), hunitK-,thy. n.ro. nvi.
salt-water bath, flaxseed jmaltices, iwt
ointMen:?. and in bott everything that eonld
ta done to eradicate the disorder sectaed only
to aggravate it, and the child's lif beWMf h
burden to him. ami the csk of the vari
os exiteriioent; was a conant draia upon
ourretourcts.
My wife reading the advertisement of the
CcTicrn-v ltKMUiis inoae -f the daiy :
pers, resolved to make on more attempt. t
:i cure. (The ili-pocc wa miw eneroMvhimf
upon his face, and seemed incurable.) 1 save i
a reluctant consent to the pni-wl- ami enj
Mcian or New York, who Mad a iait' thor !
ough examination of the case, and prini:-d i
interview was sougut witii a ti wuy iay
a euro without the least hesitation by tho w
of your Cl'lirtltA KkmXm:. hi k tkh.
there waa markwl chanae: iht- rmr and an
j?ry Hire? bepm to pnw pale ami alonjr tite !
outer edges ralel off, and a time wort wit!
they began to uifappocr enlirely. aatil at
the pruent writiac tho only veti:e ia
small ?Kt ujon tho forearw, mthooIv visible
ami tijt di;aiiearins.
Thii :ifltr i tolit rmir; afpfiuHKa xrul wit- '
ioty. we have tho intense 5atifnetin f
inc tho chiWV skin an lair ami rimwlh a it
wasboforc this dreadful rntaneoa dfewder j
attacked him. I
Sincerely voki. !
CllAS.HAi'KliUIXKI.K i
Ciiimihood ami yoatli are Ihe iriols when
such diseases yield mo?t readily to th! an- i
failing iskin and I!Iood Secibc. Cimci'KA j
TJrt'RA and Crnri'BA row the Brest kin J
i rice i in i k. -inan ibici
IfllYP ltOVfX. $J(0 l' TII 1 . Itl-vtll A vr -IJU
i jer but tic. CiTi'tTA SoAx. i'!. : Ct rirr
j ev hamso iow, l ct.. bold li ail drai.''t.
I Potter Drag: and Ciiem. Co., Boston.
UU 111 1 1 1 I 111 r l Mi 171 I
A finslo do?o of Sanrrtrd'.-t
Cure instantly relieves the met io'eat I
Snooiiniror 1 1 omH Villi. Clenrylhe ll.itd n
by
iiiacic. watery discharjfe from lh Xo
and Eyo. prevents Kimrinp Nci-o in the
Ilend.ciire Xcrvnus Headache, and uWaw
Chills ami Fever. In Chronic Catarrh it
clean?es the nasal wjro of foul iiini, re- j
ytore.i tho see 'f riuell. Jate. and hearing i
when affectc!. frees the head, throat, and i
bronchial tubes of o(Tenrio matter, sweetens j
ami imrifiw the breath. Mom; tin- emizh ami I
arre?t. the progrei of Catarrh lwanU Con-j
Miiupiion,
Ono bottlo ltadical Cure, one lox Catirrhal
Solvent and SanfordV Inhaler, all in one
packaRO. of all dnicsi?! for Ask forSA.v
OKt KAiiirAt. CTek. ForrKR Uaro Axn
Ciii:j. Co.. 15ostov.
it 1 IKfOi For the relief and prevca-UUI-!JVo'
ion ,hr l i-
' I,,,p.,,tt iwicnaiaiiim..eH-
v vWti VV'ra,K'a' Sciatica. Cohrm?,
V 'V Cold. Weakliack'itoiaach
-vL'S' T--i "-ai)i r-iiiK)U!iit rmn.
O- Viyo er Complaint. lSiliottstever.
'y"r- Malaria and hpidemic. ne
yp VreTRl m t'olIinV Ilastersan VAcc
l i tt. ' v trir Kattcry combineil
"iASTE wi,n 51 i''-oh rinslri-taml
A laugh at pain. 2Hc everywhere.
-rvx" M1 '.. II ii I
Iir Infantile ami Jhrth
BABY
Humors. Kouzh.ehaniied
or (;n:i-.j kif, Kettle
Ka-1). l'liirilt. and Skin
BEAUTIFIES
IM-iiu-lu s. uvf c t tiitka niai an ex
quisite Skin Ii:i TiKtKK.::iidToSi-t. llath.
and Xnr.-r S;n:iivc. l'mnnit with deli
cious flou.ir oil." and Culititra lialsams.
AlMlntfl pure: highly medicinal. In
dorMtl bv'phv- lfiaus ; preferred by the elite.
Sales in lKsl asal l-c. I.IKO.OI e.ike-.. AU
ypccfuUy pn jr ! jor l:icir.-t.
Vilaltze.H aJ IJuri'.h' s Iictni, . .mci
up tho Sy&t-nj. Makes V;"
Strang1, Iuilds up ::n:fc".
douu, Invij:orn-! i.:..
ISraln, n:i:
a.
Dyspepsia, Hervous Affections, Gk
eral Debility, Uenralgia, Fsver
and Afjuc, Paralysis, Chronic
Diarrhea, Boils: 2)ropsy,
Humors, Fercab Com
plaints, liver Com
plaint, Kemittenn
Fever, and
ILL DISEASES ORIGINATING IH A CA0 STAT'.
OF THE BLOOD, OR ACCOKPAKSED P.Y
DEBILITY OR A LOW STATE
OF THE SYSTEM.
3HIYIAN SYRUP
Supplies the tiocd with its Vital 1'rinciWe, o.
Liro Ill.-mtnt, IKON, inf-: : :rj i:th
Vigor ar. l New I.Ifisiatrt s'.lf :v. - t.f l' e tea
BEING FRLE i ROM AI.COlKL. r cr-it
ing cficcts arc r.oi f Ilowcd ly c r-.r.r . . . i-...:
I.-ki, bat are pcrno-acnt.
sctii v. rcAVu: f; ro - r n.-. . .. i-
danisoa Avtauc. Efcitec Sold by u". I crjsi.
TO MEN 0NLY,Y0UrJG OR OLD,
WHO are suirorlnR from :irnvorslEiin
try. Vmirrv. I.HK OV 2tMVK
roucK and Vioon, V.'asttso V.'r..sxSEs. ami
all those diseases of a 1eesoxai- Xawbe re
rultlnR from Abtses ami Onrea Cirsof.
Speedy relief and complete restoration k
IlEAi.Tn,Vioonand JUxuoon Gi-akantceij.
The Krandc-t dUcovetyor the Mnetetath
Century. Send at onco for Illustrated
phletfrec. Address
VOLTAIC BELT CO.. MAHSHAtL, MICH.
Plumbing and Gas Fitting.
IOP.YEA BROS.
Plumbers, Gas, and Steam Fillers.
JoBbins Promptly Attended to
A Full Supply or
GAS FIXTUUES, COCIvS, STEAM KIT
TINGS, ETC., ALWAYS ON HAND.
Cannery, and Steamboat Work
a Specialty.
Clienamus street, opposite Denient'siDruK
Store, Astoria, Oregon.
j T '
SHIPPING
XOTfCES.
Columbia Transportation Co.nr8gon Railway & Hi
FOR FORTLARDr !
1 (FASTTIV.K.)
i FLEETWOOD,
W'.-.U-U ha tvrn lrtUtcd for the comftwr of
rav -fix-Tv III i:iTe ilw and
Fher'.- Sx-k every
'wsrfay, Wednesday and Friday at 6
A.2. an winy fit Pvrilaad att
IVtnrtifns it ybrtbHHt ewty
7fdifatts and Thursdays at 8 A. U.
Airivtnq at Astoria al 1 P. M.
Aw a4UittintuI tri will be mad on
Sunday of Sack Week,
levins Prtiand at 1 eVIo'Ii
ndy 3farnxH!r.
257 hL:hk
r puns'.
nw'.n tfmnrft at Kalaiaa
V.
, FfOTT.
l'resMlt'Ht.
Astoria and Pcrtiand.
Str. W3TPCRT,
V. II SliKHMAN. --- MASTBK
Will itak- rtuiar trip to 1'ortland and
.Vrt'"-". Ivavins HttmrilV dwek. fool of Mor
twi sn-i-i. i or;iaiw. at A..ianma.
: rill 1. sr Wilura Jt I-lnherH wk.
Atrt:i. at r. a. m. Tltiimhtys.
S-Yrrxtit er!il at nar.3l!e rales.
" " 7V-i-
. WlI.I.'MAKKTXirs AS
cJvTxLisS 1l- KOI LOWS
SSEr ' ' '
KW Satnnla.
Siwrtal as reqaimi.
Will b :i4 Wilv A l'Wbers wharf at
1 oVJnck sharp, each nioniltvr.
UF.WISt;. HAAVEN,
rpl'r Aria. Master.
! RECrDLAR steam packet.
'Daisy' and Barge.
Will leave Aforin. from Cray's Dock.
Fir (Kiiey, awl Head of Yomtps Kiver.
Daily, at s a. St., (exeeH WedeHlavs and
Sundays.)
HctMruitur siame da
For Landings o Lewis & Clark's Hirer.
Oh Wrtliicsdays. at :t A. .I
Kt'ttiniittxtRH day.
l'or hreiht r I';wai;i'.ami)y h iHMtrd,
or ai ir.iy s iMteK.wiiere r relent will m re-
ceived and Mored. U neeessary.
.I.H.D.CKAV.
or MORRIS.
and I':iverite Iloat
---s NOW
. can le eharten'd for exeiirskHis. siiecial
juirtn. ele.. at reasonable rates. A sewral
stea:iiMatmj; lm4-s tnea'ted.
V.ISOIil.LINn.lIastcr.
"There is a tkle in Uie aR'airs tf mn
Whieh, if taken at tin- mxd,
Iads on to Fortune." fhak!rr.
Do
iGTi
4-
ill;
TO SECURE
A COMPETENCY ?
IF SO
INVE
YOUR
7
KaroiMS
!N
EEAL ESTATE
THAT
TO
Double in Value !
IN
A .VERY SH0ET TITflE.
Termiis Aiitioii to AlMna.
This utldiiion commences only
five blocks from the O. 11. & N.
Co.'s extensive improvements, and
inimcdialel' adjoins the Mammoth
Flourinpr Mills to be erected hy
Sibson, Church & Co. Immense
works arc now going on right
front of it, and there will be at
least four hundred thousand dol
iars sneni on tnem tins summer
and fall. The whole place is a
most level as a table, high and
sightly, and as before stated, close
up to the property on which Mr
illaru is inaugurating immense
works ot all kinds, the lots are
all full sizt 50x100 feet each, and
range in price from $200 to $o50,
according to locution.
Terms of sale: Ono-third cash,
and balance i:i easy monthly o
quarterly pitvments. without. in
terest. Discount made lor all casn.
rials may oe seen and any
further particulars obtained on
application to
E. 0. HOLDEN,
Auctioneer and l?eal Estate Ag't,
J. H. D. GRAY.
Wholesale and retail dealer in.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AHD FEED,
Hay. Gats, Straw, Wood, Etc..
LIME, SAND, AND CEMENT.
Geueral storage and Wlmrface on reason
able terms, toot of Benton street. Astoria
uregoa.
bteamer i
TRANSPORTATION LINES.
rtgation I
On and After April ist, 5 S33,
Ocean Stcanit-rs will sail from Saw Fnui
rbrn and I'ortfand everv three ttay.
fitlrg ?pe:-.r Ft. whan S Franetsro, at
10 H A. M.. anil Ahisworth Dwk. PortiaiHl,
at Xihlnirht
Ttirniiru Tfflits sold to all winciya ! rrethe KcLster and Kecelver. at Van
HlSlh? "nid Statr-, Canada aw! j 'r.JVaTer, on Thursday, the 9th day
. I Anv:iinl all nprimtic liovinw "lilvorci. nlilmi
River nd Rail Division.
On and aftor July 22d, !SS3.
BA3L OIViSIQFi.
rascnger'lratnsiMve Tortland for East
?n phH", at 7 :3 A. M.
::YRit :IVISiJ.Y (IXiildZc Coluinblul.
Ui hHve I'wtland for llsah's at 7 :(
A. Af.
ai-o :
Lt'avc 1W1-I j
land for IJiiTm.
I We. ItImi.I Fri. I S:i:
itori and I
lAWr (V I
lnibU....lr AMlB A ( AM t AMI AM
I I)MMf. tr ;7 AM ! AM ,' IT AM
Salem
KAJ1
Is am!
(mila..l i t I , I
Vietnri.Kt'ii: A M A M U AM AM AM!" AM
f."s AtoHa fr Portland t S a. in. daitj: m
vept tfnniy.
Astoria to Portland.
FAST MXfC
steanier '.V3le "IVe.st -will leave Astoria
for 1'ortland. 1 5.3!.
Ketnrninir. leaven Fortland for Astoria.
Ti ,. 31.. daily. Wednesdays excepted.
I'iiHhwh I'alace f'ar nmnin between Port -MHHt.aad
MiaalA.
C. 11. IMtliSCOTT.
Manager.
JOHN iucii:,
Sttiterlntendent ot Tralllc
A. STOKKx-?. A!rf. Sujit. rn
K. F.ROllKRS.
iivtl Aset. ,
fiwatio Steam svigatlon Oo.'s
sr.MMEJISCIIEDCi.K.
Asioh.t to Fort Stevens. Fart Carby,
and Hwazo.
('tmuvtin;; with 1- A. IjmmuLs" Stat;e Line,
ami MnaiwateriKiy inuisnaiiHiiLo s.
Steamer for
.vtervilte. daily. HJoistesano. anl
f i.vm jia . Holidays, Thursdays,
and Saturday.-.
Steamer "Gen. Miles,"
or ''Gen.
Canby '
Will make two trips daily, except Wetlnps
nay, between Astoria and itwaco :is follows :
I.eav Astoria at 7 A 31, touching at Fort
Stevens and Fort Canby and arriving at II
waeo at S -J) A M . UetitnuHjr, leave Ihvaco
at t -JV) A M lor Astoria ami arriving then at
l! s A M. land a!oi; "sble steamer "Wide
West to transfer Passengers, lfctggage and
Freight.
Iave Astoria at 1 1 jrfor Ilwaeo direct,
ami arrive tlR're at -2 0 1 M. Ketnrning,
leave Hwaeo at :5 I .11. touch at Fort Can
bv ami Kort Stevens and arrive at Astoria
.-. VM 1 .V.
On Wtshiesujij-s leave Astoria at 0 A M for
Frt Stevens, Frt CiUiby aim Ilwaeo. Ke
turmnt: in tlx afternoon.
Fare between Astoria and Fort Stevens ets
Fare letweeii Astoria and I'ort Canby
iw Ilwacn cts
Frisht lietween Astoria ami
Hwact 09 icr ton
Horses between Astoria and Il
waeo - each.
Carriapes between Astoria and
Ilwaeo. 2 oo each.
- .1. II. D. G1JAY.
Agent.
Oresfon & California R.R Co
On a alter May 13, 138?. trains will run as
Mlows, DAI Li (Kxcoi: HHitays),
lUSTSIDX DtVJMiO.Y.
Kcnrcrii lOZ:TLAM and CLKSWAIX
3I.AII. TKAKT
LEAVE. ARRIVE.
Portland 7:30 a. M.jGleadaic 10:35 r. v.
Gleadale 1:00 A. x. Portland -iriji-. y.
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN.
LKAVE. ARRIVE.
Portland 130 P. M.Il.olanon...20 P. M
LsbHtm3...... S:r, A. M-i Portland .10:05A.M
The Orwoa and CalifomiA Railroad Fern
nske ennetkn with all Regular Trains on
Kastfhle iliriston.
wkstsidx
5tet vveei: frllmi(i an i.'ri'all!s.
LEAVE. AKKIVE.
Portland iM A. M.ICorralH ....1:0 P. M
Corra!Iis....S:30 A. M. Portlaml S:20 P. M
EXPRESS TKAIX
LKAVK. ARRIVE.
Portland ":) r. v.?.Ie:.iiiiriHeL...S:ii p. y.
-Mc.Mmnviile. "::" v.M.irortland 8:3.v. y.
CIom eonneetiona made at Glendalewitb
the Stages of the Oregon and California Stage
Lumpftny.
o lK.'ketrtr3nljnt all tho inncipal point:
in California and tho Kant, at Company';
Office.
Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or.
Kfnrr,f will l,n pfinrcrml nn frolfrlit Tnrnnin.
iDr atCouitnnv-s n iirohou?eovorsl hours.
iroieht will not bo received tor shipment
after o o'clock P. M. on either tho East or
iiettside Division.
JOHN Ml IK.Suirt olTramc.
A. L.STO ICES, Asst. Stip't. oITninie.
Shoahvater Bay Transportation Co.
SITMMKIi Kotmc
Astoria to Olympia,
Totichins at
!'ort t?tcvens. Fort. .'anl3 Slwaeo,
North Ueaclt. Gystfrville, ortli
Cove, i'etcrson.s i'oint. Ho
q ilium, JIoutCNaiio,
A ml all jMiints on Shoahvater Bay, and (! ray
Harbor.
(SEN. MILES,
)
Strs. or
tin Coluntbia IJiver.
OEN.CANP.Y, )
CKN. CAKFIItLI)
JdONTESANO
Slioitl water Bay.
Gray's Harbor
Connecting with Stages uvcr Tortages.
Iare Astoria for Olympia, at - - 7 A. 31.
On Slondays, Tliursdays and Saturdays,
turiving at Montesano the day alter leavinj
A5tor:a throih trip in CO hours.
Leave Olympia for Astoria on same days.
E
uy:
BITTERS !,
Vilmerding & Co., San Francisco
Loeb & Go., Agents, Astoria
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bron
chitis immediately relieved by bniloh i
Cure. Sold by W. E. Dement.
Notice of Application to Purchase
Timber Lands.
LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, W.T.
M:iy2Uh.l3ftt.
nun UK UUI5IUIM VI ACi. Ol liOUgTteS,
approved Junes, 1578, entitled "an Act for
tht ah' of timber lands In tho States 'of
California. Oregon. Nevada and In Washing
ton Territory," Charles Bild, of Molt-
iw'man i ouniy. uregon nas tnis aay niea
M-rid an.
Tf -vtiiiiony in tho above case will be takea
tu t h auovc described lands, or any portion
thereof, are hereby required to die their
claims in this olllce within sixty (eo) days
from date hereof.
FP.ED. W. SPAHLING,
rt G0d P.ejlster.
Notice of Application to Purchase
Timber Lands.
T AND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, WT.,
JLi May 2lth, 1SS3.
Notice Is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the Act of Congress
approved June s. 1878, entitled "An act for
the sale of Timber Lands in the States of
California. Oregon, Nevada, and. in Wash
ington Territory." Charles Beatrier, of Mult
nomah county, Oregon, has this day filed m
this office his application to purchase the
East !i of North est f i and East M of South
West ;.i ot Section 12, Township 9 North, of
Range t West, of the Willamette Meridian.
Testimony in the above case will bo" taken
beforu the Register and Receiver, at Van
couver, Wash. Ter., on Thursday, the oth,
day or August, 18SS.
Any and all persons having adverse claims
to the above described lands, or any portion
thereof, are hereby required to tile their
claims in this ottice within sixty (60) davs
from the date hereof.
FRED. W. SPARLING,
jeo-cod Register,
Notice of Application to Purchase
Timber Lands.
LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, XT. T.,
May 2!th, 1S83.
Notice is hereby civen that in comDlIancs
with the provisions of the Act of Congres
iniiroved .Mine :t. 1S78. entitled "An act for
the sale of Timber Lands in the States of
California, Oregon, Nevada, and in Wash
ington Territory," CUauncey R. Smith, of
ol Multnomah county, Oregon, has this day
filed in this olllce his application to purchase
the north-west U of section 10, Township 9
north, of Range 5 west, or the Wjlamette
Meridian.
Testimony in the above case will be taken
before the Register and Receiver, at Van
couver. Wash. Tor., on Monday; the 13th day
of August. 1SS3.
Any and all persons having adverse claims
to thf above described lands, or any portion
thereof, are hereby reouired to llle their
claims in this office within sixty (60) days
irom tiato nereoi.
FRED. W. SPAJILING,
jelO-COd Register.
Notice of Application to Purchase
Timber Lands.
LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, W. T.f
May 20th, 1SSS.
Notice is hereby civen that In comnliance
with the provisions of the Act of Congress
approved June S. 1S78, entitled "An act for
the sale of Timber Lands In the States of
California. Oregon. Nevada, and in Wash
ington Territory," Charles H. Hood, of Mult
nomah County, Oregon, has this day filed in
mis muce ins application io purcnase mo
northeast 1 4 of Section 8. Township 9 North,
of Range 5 west of the AVillametto Meridian.
Testimony- in the above caso will be taken
before the Register and Receiver, at Van
couver. Wash. Ter., on Monday, the. 13th
day ot August, 18S5.
Any and all persons having adverse claims
to the above described lands, or any portion
thereof, are hereby required to file their
claims In this office within sixty (CO) days
davs irom tunc nereoi
FltED. W. Si'AIlLLNG,
jelO-COd Register.
Notice of Application to Purchase
Timber Lands.
8 UfflUC AI AiUUU V Jill, W.-J..,
XJ May 29th, 1833.
Notice is hereby civen that In compliance
with the provisions of the Act of Congress
approved June 3, 18TS. entitled "An act for
the sale of Timber Lands in tho States of
California. Oregon, Nevada, and in "Wash
ington Territory," William Flinn, of Mult
nomah County, Oregon, has this day Died la
Mils ofliee his application to purchase the
southeast t of Section 12, Township 9 north.
oi itange 5 west ot tno tviuamette Aieriaian.
Testimony in the above case will be taken
before the Ilegister and Receiver at Van
eouver, Wash. Ter., on Tuesday, the 14th
day of August. 1SS3.
Any ana an persons naving auversq claims
to tho above described lands, or any portion
thereof, are hereby required to file their
claims in thLs oftlce within sixty (60) days
from date hereof.
FEED. W. SPAKLING,
jclO COd Register.
Notice of Application to Purchase
Timber Lands.
LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, T7.IT.,
May 21th, 18S).
Notice is hereby civen that in compliance
w ith the provisions of the act of Congress
approved dime 3, 1S78, entitled "An act for
the sale of Timber Lands in the States of
California, Oregon, Nevada, and in Wash
ington Territory." Nicholas Fehn, of Mult
nomah county, Oregon, has this day filed in
this offico his application to purchase the
north-east .t of section 12, Township 9 north
or itange a west, ot the Willamette Meridian
Testimony in tlie above case will be taken
before the Recistcr and Receiver, at Van
couver. Wash. Ter. on Thursday, the 9th
uay ot August, iss.
Any and all persons having adverse claims
to the above described lands or any -portion
thereof, are hereby required to ilie their
claims in this oftlce within sixty (CO) days
from date hereof.
FRED. W. SPAKLING,
je9-cod Register;
Notice of Application to Purchase
Timber Lands.
LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, W.T..
May 29th, 18S3.
Notice Is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the Act of ConKress
approved June 3. 1S78, entitled "An act for
the sale of Timber Lands in the States ot
California, Oregon. Nevada, and in Wash
ington aerritory," ueorge smaiuoon, or
Multnomah County, Oregon, has this day
filed in this ofliee his application to purchase
the southeast Ji of Section 12, Township 9
north, of Ransre 0 west of the Willamette
Meridian.
Testimony in the above case will be taken
before the Register and Receiver at Van
couver, Wash. Ter., on Tuesday, the llth
day of August, 18S3.
Any and all persons having adverse claims
to the above described lands or any portion
thereof, are hereby required to file their
claims in this oftlce within sixty (CO) days
from date hereof.
FRED. W. SPARLTNG,
jelo-GOd Register.
Notice or Application to Purchase
Timber lands.
LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, W. T..
May 29th, 18S3.
Notice is hereby given that In compliance
with the provisions of the Act of Congress
approved June 3, 1878, entitled "An act for
the sale of Timber Lands in the States of
California, Oregon, Nevada, and in Wash
ington Territory." Walter M. Smith, of Mult
nomah county, Oregon, has this day Hied in
this office his application to purchase the
n nrth-east ?i of section 12, Township 9 nortli.
of Range 5 west, of the Willamette Meridian,
Testimony in tlie above case will be taken
before the Register and Receiver at Van
couver, Wash. Ter, on Monday, the 13th
day of August. 1883. , .
Any and all persons having adverse claims
to the above described lands or any portion
thereof, are hereby required to file their
claims in this olllce within sixty (CO) days
from date hereof.
FRED. W. SPARLTNG,
jelu-eOd
Register.
Xotice of Application to Purchase
Timber .Lands.
LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER W.T.
JI.iy2ltli.1883. .
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the Act of Congress
approved June 3, 1878, entitled "An Act for
the sale of Timber Lands in the States of
California, Oregon, Nevada, and in Wash
ington Territory," Ilarry Beck of Mult
nomah County, Oregon, has this day
filed in this office his application to purchase
the South East X of Section 8, Township 9
North, of Range 3 West, of the Willamette
Meridian.
Testimony in the above case will be taken
berore the Register and Receiver, at Van
couver, Wash. Ter., on Thursday, the 9th,
day or August, 1SS3.
Any and all persons having adverse claims
to the above described lands, or any portion
thereof are hereby required to fllo their
claims in this office within sixty (60) days
irom date nereof.
FRED. W. SPARLING,
je9-C0d Register;