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SUNDAY- AUGUST 2C. 1888
rORT OF ASTORIA.
Kite FTreep, Ur Ws l.ireT-.ol A o-ast
VESSELS IX THE KiriCK.
Cbcsokronph. Am sp IlicfclMHl Iicfct, Ak. sp
Hurry 1ore. Am p "omici. Ara
Imperial. Am sp Reper, Am P
Titan. Am Indian. Aw flfe
G1enbrTie. Br bk Western Belle. Aw p
OHve S.Sonthard. Ainp (Sterna.
Riror Ulth. Br hp Gnwnierc, Br bk
Aberlemno, Brbk ;rodal. llrf
Ked Cross. Am up arri- "tt inolow.Ara W:
Koxburct4ire. Br 1 Bwedim. J!r
Geo. Bf wiry. Br bk WijrtoMtiire. Br 14c
St. Lucie. Aw sp Oba. Br bk
vessels o.v Tin: u'yj r.
From I'oreijrii Iorf. fur lite
Barf-any. Br sp A -nil 23 Clyde
IpnefM. Br up Mar 1 1 lndoa
BatSsWr( Br bk April I Mm
BltetaH, Br p Liverpool May It
City ef Madrid. Rr Mar 2 Clyde
City ( CaHi(4c. Brbk Gneanaefe At 14
Ctirnsraere. Br up 1,oihIhi ApritS
Devenby, Br bk Newcastle K S IV
Ksk4ale. Brbk LivnxKrf.InlrX
Flory Cross, Br sp Sidnejr
OUnpert. Br bk A)ril 1 Cardiff
Curat). Br bk April 26 I.mmIom
Harry BaHey. Br bk Unenec Ayrea
Incbcrecn. Ur on 1101 Greenock. Jttsef
Ironside, Br bk Greenock Slay W
Isle of Ancbjsea. Brlk Mn 5 Hmr-i-wt
Janet McNeil. Br bk Jut 13 fHaagaw
Kapnnda, Br sp Leaden April 7
Lake Brie. Br po Louden April tf
Mallscate, Br bk 1 jverjt May 21
Nairnshire, Br f Clafcgw Marck 2
Oban Bar, Br bk Mar 31 CI:.'
Uakwflrtk. Br t-ji Feb 20 lsmAon
Oberon. Br bk Hull .lane M
Olxjron. Br fp I.obiIwi .)nne 10
l'ertland l.V&jfU, Aw sp Mt Xr 2?
Star of Krin, Br up Olaa-cow .imm 19
Spirit of the Dawn. Br 1 May 2 l.ewton
Scottish Tar. Br bk I.i wrjMXl. Mare 14
Slienlr. Br lit Newcastf e March M
From American Pert?.
Merem, Am sp V Amti4 17
MtWaftbincton. Am h New York April i3
M V Watt. Am bk New i rfc May IS
Sea rCinc. Am p X Y Jnly 4
Sovereign of the Seas, Aw New Yrk .Imhc
Tillic 1" Starbuek. Aw spXY JuaetS
TIDE TARLE FOR ASTORIA
From tables or United Slates Coast Sorrel
... 4 11..
... fi )
.. f, 32....
.. 4 0S1.
.... fi (Mi.
. 7 1S.
05 11 M
-W 5H -
. H 22 11 49
. 1 051
,. 2 42 2 7
. sm .1 Bl
.11 10 10 21
. 4 M 4 1
0 00 J1 J7(
. - - . 0 &l
... 0 0.1 1 07J
. r. is :
. i M r.29
. 7 M 7 11
Columbia Rivwr Sxprts.
KBCAflTULATIOX JAXDAKY Bt.
2l.S7j! bus. vhent .
5C,a67 bbls Hour.
Total, 3 crj;oes
Wlumt. lfiO.(K)6 bus., value
Flour, tS,4M) bbls., "
Total. $ cargoes
Wheat tm7.G24 luwliels)
Salmon (tawij CHfHs;)........M
Lumber (.tK) 3I ) ,
Flour, 31.SK0lWs .
Lumber. X7R 1
Total, S CHfKoo
l'l our 45.815 M4s
Whont 4,2tt bin
Tolttl, (1 ittrpt)
Flour. il UHla
Salmon, X7,7itf s.........
Totnl, (1 CMrptk
Flour, 1,W1 lWs
Salmon, 1122 t-s
.... 1 M.fl
Prom Antoria .Witm cs salmon ?i"l.0re
The receipts f certain at tieles 01 Or-
ecou unKluee. at, han l' rxneisco. int
.lanuary 1. 1KS.1, u August 4Ut, inclu
sive. Have luvii as voIhiws:
lHour, ir sks
Oats, ctls M
Apples, ltipe, hxs . ...
Hay. hales ,
Fruit. Dried, pkgs
lltips. bales............... .......
Hams, pkgs ,
Cheese, cs...... ..... .........
Flax Seed, sks
Canned Goods, cs
Regular meetings socond and foterth Taat'
day uvcnincs of ohcu month, at t lA o'ewek
Persons desiring to heve maUre acted
upon by tho Council, :;tsny rocaUr taMtioc
must present tho same to the Auditor and
Clorh on or boforo the Friday evenia prir
to tho luosdny on which the Council hold ilt
rerulsr meeting. TilOS. S. J EV i TT,
Auditor and Clerk
Astoria Lodge No. 40. 1. O. G.I.
ltepular Mcctinp every Qucfday Events;
tit 7 o'clock, at 1'ylliian Ha!, Astoiia. M um
bers of too Order, in sood p! a mi ins. are lavit.
ud to intend. Degree meetint; 1st JJondtiyof
each month. 15y order W. C. T.
Temple .Lodge, Wo. 7 A. IT. A. M.
Itnm.l.r '(ii.inl.i.;.. Krcl mA
third Tuesdays in onch month. &t
o'clock, r. ji.. at tho Hall in Aatoria.
Members of tho Order, in trood uudiriK, arc
invited to attend, ur oruo: ot tno . m.
American Leerton of Honor.
Ifll1l1-ir tllKiittl .-.! tllri:l (V.llrll Vi Oil:
Is held on tl:e lirst and third Saturday of
each mouth, at 7 o clock r. M.
By order of Council Commander.
It. V MoNTKtTir. S"c'ty.
J. II. D. GRAY
Wholesale :ind retail dealer iu.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED.
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND, AND CEMENT.
General storage and Wharfage tm regul
able terms, toot of Bei ton street, Astoria
To The Public.
NOTICE IS IIEEEItY GIVEN THAT MY'
bed and board without any Just cause, I will
not pay any debts of her contractlmr.
Asrorta. Ammsi xi. itiii.
no longer from Dyspep
sia, Indigestion, wan f
Appel-i tc , 1 ess of St rc . v ,
lack of Energy, Mala
Intermittent Fevers, &c.
BROWN'S I RON BIT
TERS "never fails to cure
all these diseases.
Dual cm, 3Ccv0&ticr' 4 fftx.
Ratx Cmkuical Oj. -
'cadcwcai : r'or years, f have
becaagt-Ka -ffererfroin l)yJ-a,
mm! Mtld get no idief (haMK tried
everything wLkli wm reooauarttd
c4) MMtil.acti-rc oa the advice r.f a
Mend, who l-.nl keen brtKfjtt:! '.
Itaovx's I ..j Lineal '
bottle, nidi m'st jr-i!:ia rt.':t..
1'feviuus to taking J.kuv-w'.
lkTTwes, ererrth-nc I ate 5.-t: i s . !
tec, pad I iu4tr J c''r n ' ' ' -kttmws
ft iIk- :;t:'..
which was unlwaraK!:. ioc '
iK JtaoWM'tt lMM BtITKS, t" ;.
ttaetblesMcataaetuL Oncr- ..-.y
dmc wwhemt any 4kagjfoeU' '
Mrits. 1 sst jrscti'-,hr sr
person. Mti. j. 4i
3 -'lavrrlck t F . 1
BKOWK'S IRON BIT
TERS acts like a charm
on the digestive organs,
removing ail dyspeptic
symptoiris, such as tast
ing the food. Belchinci.
Heat in the Slomah.
Heartburn, etc. . The
only Tron Preparation
that will not blacken ih o
tooth or give hewdachc-.
Sokl by tit Iru0gitas.
Brown Chemical Co.
f.-r ih.-t ti Irc IVium ate code by
?Ui-n (.henuol Co.. Hahi Wti .
u crossed red lion and trwc
mark on wrapper.
WAaZ OP IMITATTOK.c
General nasomnjno taWertoak oumtanOf
Cinmed Fruits and Jolly,
Bacon, Hams j Shoulders, Lard,
ERGS, EIITTES. CHESK.
Fresh Fruits ana Vegetables,
PES?!. POULTRY ATZJy fJASIt.
In the season.
cxc;ai:k as; Tii.tcr.
ItcMf or WIHIZS ASR I.KiUOKS.
AH rUfiu for (!ASII. (kwwl mid on rn
tisiou. 0tJKif4t'' 1. W. (mm- nUtn:
Was h 1 n rtni
Aaioria Orcgt f
Main Street, - -
Ji ERG 31 AX
Tr KSl'ECTFULLY CALL TUB
I i.ti tia f liio iwhlSc t tfce fuet
shove Market trill altrajrs b:Qi'tUo iilh
FULL VARIETY BT QUA !.m
I FRESH AHD CURED MEATS!
Whwh will lieati t SttWMtratoa.rbolefal
LOOK HEBE !
We reper1fttHv inform 11m ':l ilinl v.
will alwas k i'umi hand U- j :..dlt f
Presli and Gured Meats
Choice Pninily Grocerioe
Fre4i Frttit. Ve"lal5e. Cwckerv and
SMtis. IIolr4s aud liArtiiut Jin"taf.r mi:
plied oh liberal terms.
A share of U10 nHir wUroatMie hi iwirwet -
Itf. Y.'A It HEX & Tl JOMPtJOX
WHERRY & C0SI?AIY,
Frrvsli and Cured Mat
FRO T$, BUTTER, and E&GS.
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTH
(JlIKTAalajS Slrcct. AMtoria. Hz
ASTOII5A FIKK i:HirAHT3l h'.jiT
W. J. ItAKItY ChW litigineer
F. J. HICKS 1st Am. lntftneer
J. . C1IARTEKS 3& AmX. 1 JiKiaeer
iii; nun in juiMmay in eacn inonui. at 130
v. m.. at Imli of Astoria lCntdne dtuin-uiv
No.i. " . r -
Okj-icriu:. C. J. "Trencliard. lresideut :
A. A. Ck'velaitil, Secretary : F. L. Prtter.
I)l'.LKCATKS. L.E. Soibr. C. J.Trewrhard.
Chas. Stickles, of Astoria Eugine Co. N. 1 ;
Wm. McConnlc. F. L. Parker. II. V. Prael,
ot uescue luiuine C o. so. 2 : Ed. L. Curt is.
it. .i. Taylor, a. w. Berrj". f Alort H ok ami
l.adder C.iKo. l. --
ASTiMTA COlfP&STY A .,. J-.
iteguiar meeuHg arsi Joauav in cm-it
Asst. Foreman ;
lletirj' Miller.MAst. Fore-
UESCUE EXGIKE COMPUTT Ao. f.
ltegMtar meeting nrst Mduoay iu rach
Okfickks.-C. W. lultoii.Tjxjlctir :1L v.
Prael. Secrelarr : L I. ilorryniati. Ast
Secrettin : F. 1 Parker. Treasttrer : K. 1
Parker. Foreinait: II. F. Prael. 1st Asst.
Foreman - .lames Hare, 2d Ast. Foiettuui.
AJLETIT JWOKAXD LADDER Ck Ko. 1,
Eegular meeting second Monday in each
OKKlcitltS. J. O. BoEOrili. President : C.
Brown, Secretary ; J. Tttttlo. Treasurer : F.
it. lilberson. Foreman : F. t . Fennisn. 1st
Asst. Foreman : J. w. Firc!ien. 21 Ast
r . Wi 1 yoV -u?Sr S?t 1 P.?1 an-d
Liver Complaint ? bhiloh's Vitxilizer is
guaranteed to cure voul SoldbvW.E.
The Oldest Place of Worship in tbo
A few miles below Murray
Bay. province of Quobcc, stimds
to-day the oldest place of worship
in the two Americas. Here at the
month of the nver of death first
landed the Freoch, Septetnlwjr,
1534; about fifty years only after
Columbus discovered the new
torld! 1be river is wide like a
sea, although we are 400 miles
from the open ocean. The scene
is much IHce the Bay of Naples.
The air is certainly vastly superior
in purity ami sweetness. The soil
is tawny sand, dotted with plateaus
of birch, and pine, and cedar,
whieh seem .to Itavo fled up the.
nigged rocks that rise gradually
ami frraceftiHy lack from tlw wa
ter. Here these trees liover in
the steepest and most inaccessible
taeF: as if to escape the ax. For,
ait, it is c-oid here for half the year
or more, and the "habitant" must
have his roaring wood fire.
Still, how secure this spot is
with its one humble little bit of a
church set as a dot on the map to
wait the first eominsr of the white
irtam In all the ir.isrhtv north
lraoe. aiit stnic, ami progress.
ain! battle Itave gone by the other
way. Bat the little wooden church.
with the weight of many centu
ries on iu bowed shoulders, stands
there in die grass alone looking
out forever 011 the great bay-
pence in its heart, promise of rest
like to this on its holy altar.
About one thousand men arc
now at work on railroads iu King
county, W. T. Six hundred arc
employed on the Seatlle-Tacoma
road at Black river bridge and in
White river valley, which road
they will complete to Black river
bridge in about three weeks. The
bridge, with the approach to it, is
over a thousand Yards in leuarth.
and will contain 600,000 foct of
ISortiiern Pacific land sales for
Julv aenrretrate AO.QOil acres for
which 4illW,S33 was received
These sales were divided as fol
lows: Eastern division, 24,GS9
acrtfej, for 110,153; Montana di
vision. 507C acres, for $30,305;
Western division, 11,24 acre, for
fc5-k3G5; town lots. $10,528.
An opinion from one vhoe ex
pericuee the expression thereof is
4lwas in order. Mr. 11 1 ram B
Fenrnson, a member cf tlie Su
preme Court, Bar of the State of
New York, whose office is at Xo.
2S7 ikoadway, New York City,
says: "I consider St. Jacobs Oil
a most wonderful remedy. I had
been a sufferer fioni rheumatism
for years aud nrobably have en
dured as much misery from thai
disease as any man can stand,
tried manv of the so-called rente
dies without any relief. Final.',
1 used St. Jacobs Oil which gave
me almost instaut relief. I fo.md
it to lie a safe, sure and pleasant
remedy. I Iteheve tt to be an in
fallible medicine. It is a pleasure
fi me to recommend St. .la colts
Uil to all who tuner antl need its
TTaicn India Subber Co's
lur )am Cain
MXWAXK Oi" IMITATION'S 1
Kerorelhr Boots are .damped CliACK
PtttMtytnk Ihe heeli. and have Iht PU11K
at M srt.i.(,s on tm tiHtt and instep,
wlik-a iwevt :u ihftr eraekiite or nreakiin;.
We are ww makinK tlitt -lth ltUlWKIi
ASH ASliKSTftS Soles vthich will make
Uteui laxt m ire tiian twice :ts Unt as any
HMtMM-r ttixiis mad.
FOUSALK MY ALL DKALXRS.
ALL KI.MtS KiniMKIl MRL1IXC. PACK-
INt, HOjB.SrKIX(iS. ClA)THIN(5,
'a OTS AND SIKlliS. Etc
C5CODYEAR R15SBHR CO.
U. ll. PHASE. Jr. A2-nts.
H. M. la'NYOX, San Enuteiseo,
TO THE TEASE !
PSsssrs. m. E. Hoc-per S Sons
Havettivon in the EXCLl'MVE SALE ft
P-wilie Coat of Utir Celfbratwl
rjlf TTT'AT'eTt d "O Tb TIT
ItK-iii.Lng a Full Ij'ie of
etmOH SEINE TWINES,
SAIL TWIHB, ETC.
In addition toalnne, we have on hand a
Complete Asortinent of
Needle Brand Seine Twines.
Palmetto Seine and YrappJng
HENBY BOYLE & CO.
517 and 519 Market Street.
For lame Back, Side or Chest use
Slriloh's Porous Plastor, Price 23 cents.
For sale by W. E. Dement. .
ASTOlllA, - OREGON
FKOil 9 O-CLOCK A. M. UK TIL 8
O'CLOCK P. hi.
E8S8 Mutual Mum Co.,
J. F. JIOUOHTO.V-.
UllAS. K. rirouv...,
la U. s.
, S .-Wl fca W
X. CASK. Agent.
Cnc:uuntw street. Arfiritt. njto.
LIVERPOOL AND Lt)VON AND 1
NORTH r.P.ITISII AND UKKUAK-.
TILS OF LONDON AND
OLD CONNECTICUT OF IIAUT-j
FORD, AND I
003UMRCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
FIRX INSURANCE COMPANIES
lUrreeatiaca capital of S07.OO0.O00.
A. VAN DUSKN. Acenr.
OH. AND CARRIAGE
Papsr Hanging. Kaiscmining, Etc.:
AimI ali kinds if w.r!: in n.v tii- .I-t'n in a
proitit and salisfaetorj tnaatu'i .
5iTShop next east of Oraee rhtireh.
Vitalise? ant? EnrJcitr- he Buto-i, ..net
up tho Sjsten!, Mai.-..-' Use Wstlz
Sf rontc, BHlldt nj the i:riu".-
tlotVB, TDYtS,,r-"' ' t3
fiYspapsia, 2ervouj Af:&cuo:if, Ssn
. T ... "L . .
crai nzcuiij, iseuraiia, J.-evei-and
Agus, Parsljsis", Chrotic
Diarrlic3a, Bciis, Dropsy.
Humors, Peuiale Com
plaints, Liver Cosi
MX DISEASES MIGINATIfiG IH h BA.0 STATi
Or THE EL00D, OR ACCGfiPAKIED ui
DEBILITY OR A LOW STATE
Of THE S.3TES.
rptv- bkd with m Titttl JTleelrle, .
LMe li!cat'i:, lltON. t-Sr.- -w:rciifl
Vlwtr aci' ."'-". l.ifi icUi dl : .tj f's iy-K-ii
SEiNr: FRKr. roii ai..o:: :.. .r. pz
ts effcrts are not folio cj by t i i .x
-i, l -it are -xrinanr-it.
. row. r. .
After a Jtaf ny Ride a Count ry Vhy-
sirina Tells What He TliiitU.s
or Some Teople.
"I wish to gracious some people trouid loarn
trhes they need a doctor and when they
daa't," exclaimed Dr. E , a? ho entered
his house in a ewey littlo village in tho inter
ior of the State of New York, after a tedious
ride of many mile'. "I hnvo been down
smons the mountains t) sec a man, who the
mescnrer said, was very ?ick and not likely
to live 'till momin, unlotw ho had immedi
ate help; and found him sufTerinR from a
rather sharp attack of colic, which hi fsmily
mi-ht have relieved in ten minute?, if they
had a prain of sense and two or three simple
remedies in the hou?c. But no; they must
remain ignorant as piJ, and when the least
ache or pain takes thorn, send lor a doctatr
whether they over nay him or not."
Why. Doctor, what kind of simiJo reme
dies, as you call thcai, do you expect people
to keep in the house?" asked his wife, as ho
poured him a cup of hot tea.
'In this case," answered tho Doctor, "if
they had only put a BENSON'S CA1'CIN2
rOKOUS PLASTEU on tho man's sbnaHch,
he would hnvo been all right in an hour, and
saved mo a dreary ride."
Jn all ordinary complaints it cures at oace.
Alldiscasos aro eliminated from tho sys
tem by what may bo roughly called expul-ion
or extraction or by a union of the twopro
eeese. Donson's Plaster promotes both. It
iaeitej tbo torpid oisans to act, and sends its
healing, soothing, influence through the myr
iad pores of the skin. All other plastors ob
lige the patient to waiL Tiicy giro him hope
for to-morrow. Benson's plaster Rives him
help to-day. Which is bettor, do you think?
Buy the CAl'CINE and keep it in the house.
Priee 25 cents.
Seabury ,fc Johnson. I'b.irinaceutical Chem-
i-Hs, New York.
EEF0RE AND - AFTER
TO MEN ONLYjYQUNB OPtCLD,
WnO arc safferlas from Ndrrocspmii
rrr. Ijost Vitauitt. Ia a1 iivk
ToncK A.vn Vioon. Wastiso IVkacctssks. ana
altthose dlscoscii of a PnnsosAi. attre re
from Aiicsrs and Ornnt Cxvsof.
Speely relief anil complete restoration ot
IfEi.i.Tn,Vicouand Manhood Gcaraxteeo.
Tlip grandest dUcovcryor the Mneteentn
Century. Send at oace for Illustrated Pam
phlet free. Address
VOLTAIC BELT CO.. MARSHALL, MICH.
Hess Farm for Sale.
THIS VALUABLE FARM, ON CLATSOP
Plains, consisting of WO acres of dairy
and farm land, together with stock and farm
tools, is for sale on reasonable terms. For
particulars applv to C. N. HESS, In Astoria.
- - rKoritiETon
- STACK MANAGEli
MISS SUSIE LEE,
Son? aad Dance Aittet.
MISS MAKY MOULTOX.
Character Actress antl Kedtalhwcs.
MISS FANNIE WALTON',
Tlie CftiM Wo4er.
MJS. IIKXRY WEST.
Toj?t'thi?r with a now
UiMler tlie managewH'Mt of
li:OF. niAKLKS KICXAKOS.
All the Old Favorites Retained.
(wu all th." Yiar-Petfrmaiicf Every J
Niglit- Kolirr t iianteoi fnramrw
Eery Xit;liiT roainsl!s t
SONGS. DAWCES AMD ACTS. J
we give tne ocsz
In the West,
Tlrt the:Mr Is erowdfd nijrhtiy. ainl all
lr. Hill as a ttervr fir Uk iwWle's
atnat'nH-nt fan lw excelled. Aiijhody
vifhitt to seml x itleasant oveitit; anil
se- s;qrkliHK wit simI beauly without vttl
parily. sIhhiW tm;ruve the oport unity and
Tlie evwapMity eitjHises the f.tktwittc well-
RMIWH Alt rk :
MISS F.VNKIX WAt.TOX.
MlS MAKY J10CI.TO.V.
XX. Wai.tkjc Parks.
iiit. Cha. r.Aituows.
M. IIknuv AVasT.
! All f which wiii a!ner nightly In their dif.
I ferettt xjieeiaHtes.
I 0oii air coticert CTiHy ovetnim : ltorfonn-
slice oomiMewehis at 8; entrance to theatre
I on l&ntott streel ; private boxes (Hi Cliena-
Now Stars in Rapid Succession
A. M. JOHNSON.
Astoria Bail Loft,
JI ANt'FACTUlCEItS OF
SAiLS. TENTS. AWNINGS.
Ami everything else perlainiii!; to our
Lowest Price and Best Work
For your Mont'.
At the Old Stand,
Leave your orders and get your work
done at once.
J. II ess & CO.
Astoria, - Oregon.
("lEPvMANIA BEER HALL
BOTTLE BEER DKl'OT.
CKiCfAMITS STRKKT. ASTOEIA,
Tito Rest or Lajcv i Cls. a Glass
Ortlers for the
CeletetcS Colniliia Brew?
I?ft at this place wilt be promptly attend
tSNo cheap S:m Fraiscisco iicorswu at
v.u. liuuiv. I'ropnoior.
STORIA, - - - OKEGON
rilHIS INSTITUTION. ITNDElt CAP.E OF
X the Sisters of Charity. Is now ready foi
the reception of patients.
Private rooms for the accommodation ol
any desiring them.
i aiteiusaumiiieu at an iiouis.uhv uringiii.
Xn nhvsician has exclusive rteht. even
IKittent is free to and has the privilege of
employing any physician they prefer.
United. States Zllnrine
Seamen who nav nosnital Dues, are entt-
tled to Free care and attendance at this Hos
pital during sickness. Permits must be ob
tained for United StatesMarincs at the Cus
SISTEKS OK CnAUtTV
SASH AND DOOR FACTORY,
AND PLASTI3TG- MILL.
A full stock of home manufactured xoods
constantly on hand.
Special Attention given to Orders.
All work gtutrantecd. Your iatrona-e -o
NEAT, CHEAP AND QUICK. BY
Main Street, opposite N. Loob'j.
Street Improvement Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Common Council of the citv of Astoria,
Clatsop County, Oregon, propose to or
der the improvement of that iortion of
est 8th street in the City of Astoria.
Clatsop County, Oregon, as laid out and
recorded uy. John M.aiiivciy, irom tne
south side of Water street to the south
side of Cedar street by grading said
street where needed to make an even
grade from Water street to Cedar street
and by planking said street to its full
width" with new and sound fir plank not
less than three inches in thickness
where not already planked and oy re
moving all defective piles, stringers,
planking antl other timbers in that por
tion winch was destroyed by fire and
b replacing me same with new ami
sound fir piles, caps and stringers antl
nlanking, and by building sidewalks
eight feet wide on both sitles of said
street where not already built aud by
repairing the sewers on both sides of
And unless a remonstrance signed
by the owners of two-thirds of theprop-
eriy iroiiiin on .sunt portion ol saiu
street be filed with the Auditor and
Clerk within ten days of the final publi
cation ol mis nonce, viz: xnursunv,
September 20th. 1S83. the Common
Council will order said improvement to
Bj- order of the Common Council.
T. iS. .JEWETT,
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria, August 25th, 1883.
-VTOTICEIS HEREBY GIYEN THAT THE
xr city assessment roll for 1SS3 Is now in
my jiatids for collection, and all persons that
;in: niueuie u tor me same mav save live per
cent, by paying said taxes before September
it, lev, .1. u. ltUrtXijl,i;.
Columbia Transportation Co.
The popular reamer
Wfckh has b?en refitted for the comfort of
Wseiwrerwin ieau -""
Fisher's dock every
ifondmj, Wednesday and Friday at 6
AM. arriving at Portland at 7 P. M.
HetumiK:: leaves Portland every
Tutnu and Thursdaus at 6 A. M.
Arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
An swItiitkMial trip will be made en
Sunday of Each 'Week,
leaving Portland at O o'clock
Passengers by this route connect at Kalama
rorSnutui iorts. c.ij.biua-a.
Astoria and Portland.
- - MASTER.
Will make reinilar trim to Portland and
Astoria. Iea is Ilurnell's dock, foot of Mor-
rts".i street, rortlaml. at G A.3t. saturuays.
And will leave Wilson & Fisher's dock
.Vstona. at 8 a. m. Thursdays.
J3Br-Fr'itrh; carried at reasonable rates.
sWincr : RELIC."
WILL MAKE TRIPS AS
To YOUNGS IMVEi:, Mondays. Wednei
Special trii as required.
Will leave Wilson & Fishers wharf at
V o'clock sharp, each morning.
LEWIS G. IIAAVEN,
rpjier Astoria. Master.
BE&ULAR STEAM PACKET
'Daisy" and Barge.
Will leave Astoria, from Gray's Dock,
For Olney, and Head of Youncs Elver,
Daily, at S a. ir., (except V.'editesdays and
I Jeturninj; same day.
For Landings on Lewis & Clark's Iliver.
On Wed ncs days, at S A. 31.,
Eetuniinj: same day.
naFcr Freight or Passage, apply o
or at Gray's Dock, where Freight w
ill be re
eeiveu ami sioreo, u necessary.
J. II. D. GRAY.
Steamer TOIVi MORRIS.
ami fitToritc Hoat
S NOW EEADY FOE BUSINESS AND
can he chartered for excursions, sneci:'
larttes. etc.. at reasonable rates. A general
steantboating business tnmsacted.
V. BOELLINfl, Master.
Chenamus Street Assessment.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
assessment made by Ordinance 0.543.
of the City ot Astoria, Clatsop County
Orecon. and which ordinance passed
the Common Council of said city on the
22dday of August, iSitt, and was an
nrovett on tne 2uti tiay ot August, lssii
for the proposed repair of Chenamus
street, in the City of Astoria, as laid out
and recorded by jonn Mcuiure. irom
Main street to Jackson street in the
manner provided by Ordinance No. 528
nf tin t'itv of Astnrhi -mil which ordin
ance passed the Common Council of
said city on the 14th day of July. 1883.
oro.i n ti.o infi. f
July, 18S3, on each of the following de
scribed lots fronting on said portion of
said street is now payable at the office
of the City Treasurer in U.S. gold and
silver coin and unless paid within five
days from the expiration of tins notice,
viz: Thursday, September 13th, 1883, the
Common Council will issue warrants
for the collection thereof. The assess-
ment is as follows:
" .Vo.o A'o.o
A'gwe i the Otmer. Let. Block. Coit.
C lloeling 5 il SGI 00
C Hoeling 9 Gl 00
C Dueling 7 " Gt 00
J W (leaihart 8 " 01 00
JE 15 Parker 5 10 42 SO
(Jeorgellill G " 42 SO
I Uergman antl A AY
I Jerry . 7 " 42 SO
I Uergman aud A W
IJerry S 42 80
C 1 Parker 12 42 80
C 1 j Parker G " 42 80
J F Kybee 7 " 42 80
J F F.ybee 8 li 42 80
C h Parker 13 42 80
C L Parker G 42 SO
J Kamm 7 47 54
J Kamm 8 u 52 29
(leorge Davidson ... L 20 9 75
George Davidson ... 2 " 4 88
Johnllobson 3 9 75
Johnllobson 4 " 9 75
J AY Munson 1 21 42 SO
JWMtinson 2 I " 42 80
Mrs J E Ferguson .. 3 " 42 SO
Lillian Crosby 4 " 42 80
irnited States 1 23 42 80
United States 2 42 80
United States 3 " 42 80
United States i 42 80
C 4-Parker 1 24 Gl 00
F Ecrendes 2 . Gl 00
Ccorge Flavel 3 " Gl 00
George Flavel 4 ; Gl 00
CITY OF ASTORIA CROSSINGS.
Crossing Chenamus and Polk
Streets S175 00
Crossing Chenamus and Wash
ington Streets 175 00
Crossing Chenamus and Lafay
ette Streets 175 ou
Ilv ortler of the Common Council.
T. S. JEWETT,
Auditor and Clerk
Astoria. Or.. August 25, 1883. dtd
Street Grade Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of Astoria,
Clatsop Count), Oregon, propose to es
tablish the grade of that portion of
Washington street in the City of Asto
ria, as laid out and recorded bv John
McClure, from the north side of Squc-
momia street to tlie south side of 8t h
street, as loiiows:
At its intersection with Stiue-
moque street, 2Gfeet
At its intersection with Jeffer
son street 42 feet
At its intersection with Astor
street SO feet
At its intersection with Court
street 15G feet
At its intersection with Sev
enth street 182 feet
At its intersection with Eighth
street 189 feet
above the base of grades as established
by Ordinance No. 71 of said citv, and
unless a remonstrance signed by the
owners of two thirds of the property
fronting on said portion of said street
be tiled with the Auditor and Clerk
within ten days of the final publication
of this notice, viz: Thursday, September
onUi ISO! tlin f'nmmnn I'nnnni! will Ps
tabiish said grade.
Ey order of the Common Council.
T. S. JEWETT,
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria, August 25thl883.
County Treasurer's Notice.
npHERE IS MONEY IN THE COUNTY
JL Treasury to pay all County Orders prc
cente.I nrinr tn October 13th. 1SS2. All such
orders will cease to draw Interest after this
Treas. Clatsop County.
Astoria, August 20tb, 1S83.
Oregon Railway & Navigation
O CEAJT DIVISION.
On and After April 1st, 1883,
Ocean Steamers will sail from San Fran
cisco and Portland everv three days.
Leavinjr Snear St. wharf San Francisco, at
10 :0O A. M.. and Alnsworth Dock, Portland.
Thronzh TIelsetB sold to allnrinclna
cities in the United States, Canada and
River and Rail Division.
On and after July 22d, 1883.
Passenger Trains leave Portland for East
ern points, at 7 :30 A. M., dally.
RIVER DIYISIOX (Middle Colambla).
Boats leave Portland for Dalles at V -OO
lumhia ISAM SAM
uayton. Or.!. AM
Leaves Astoria for Portland at 6 a. m. dally ex
Astoria to Portland.
Steamer IVIdo Went will leave Astoria
for Portland, 1 P. 31.
Returning, leaves Portland for Astoria,
o a. 31., daily, Wednesdays excepted.
Pullman Palace Cars rnnnin? batirMa Pert-
land, and Missoula.
C. II. PRESCOTT. JOHN MUIR,
Manager. SuD'tot Traffic
A. L. STOKES, E.P.ROGERS,
Assist. Sup't of Traffic. Gen'l Agent
llwaco Steam Navigation Go.'s
Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort Canby,
Connecting with L. A. Loomis' Stage Una,
and Shoalwater Bay Transportation Co's.
03-sterville, (daily), llontesaao, aatl
Olympia, Mondays, Thursdays,
Steamer "Gen. Mies,"
or "Gen. Canby"
Will make two trips dally, except Wednes
nay, between Astoria and llwaco as follows :
Leave Astoria at 7 AM, touching at Fort
Stevens and Fort Canby and arriving at ll
waco at 8 -.To A M. Returning, leave Bwaco
at 9 -30 A M for Astoria and arriving thero at
11 -20 A M, land along side steamer Wide
West to transfer Passengers, Baggage and
Leave Astoria at l P M for llwaco direct,
and arrive there at 2 -30 P M, Returning,
leave llwaco at 3 -50 P M. touch at Fort Can
by and Fort Stevens and arrive at Astoria
On Wednesdays leave Astoria at 9 A M for
Fort Stevens, Fort Canby and llwaco, Re.
turning in the afternoon,
Fare between Astoria and Fort Stevens 50 cts
Fare between Astoria and Fort Canby
or llwaco...... ..75 cts
Freight between Astoria and
llwaco $2 00 per ton
norses between Astoria and ll
waco . 2 00 each.
Carriages between Astoria and
llwaco 2 00 each.
J. II. D. GRAY,
Oregon & California R.R.Co
On an after May 13, 1883, trains will rna as
follows, DAILY (Except Sundays);
EASTS ID K DJTISIOrf.
Retwcen PORTIiAYD antl G LEND ALE
L, I-EAVE. ARRIVE.
,- .7;$A- S'S'-1 VSkl' I'
C.Iendalo 1:00 a.m. I Portland 4:25r.v.
ALBANY EXPRES8 TRAIN.
Portland 4 :0O P.M. "Lebanon 9.20 P.M
Lebanon 4:45 A. M.Portland.10:05 A.M
The Orozon and California Railroad i'errr
makes connection with all Reiular Trains on
Between Portland aad Corvallla
Portland 9:00 A. MJConrallis ....4:30 P. il
Corvallis. 8:30 A. M. Portland 320 P. U
Portland 5:00 p. m. McMinnvilla..8:0O p. m.
McMinnvillo:15A.3i.Portland.... 8:S0a. v.
Cloao connections made at Glendale with
tho Stages of tho Oregon and California-State
in California and tho East, at Company's
Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or.
Storago will bo charred on freight remain
fatCompanys Warehouse over 24 hoars,
roieht will not bo received for shipment
after 5 o'clock P. M. on either the East or
john muik, sup't or Trarac.
.V. L. STOKES, Asst. Sup't. of Traffic.
Shoalwater Bay Transportation Co.
Astoria to Olympia,
Fort Stevens, Fort Canby, llwaco.
North Beaclt, Oystervllle, North
Cove, Petersons Point. Ho
And all pointson Shoalwater Bay, and Gray
On Columbia River.
' GEN. GARFIELD
with Stages over Portages,
Leave Astoria for Olympia, at - - 7 A. 31.
On Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
arriving at Montesano the day after leaving
Astoria through trip in CO hours.
Leave Olympia for Astoria on same days.
Wilmerding & Co., San Francisco.
Loeb & Co., Agents, Astoria.
WE HAVE THE AGENCY FOR ASTO
na of the above safes ; parties desiring
to pnrchase will do well to call-and examine
catalogue and price lists.