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TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 4, 1S8S
COMMERCE AMD TRADE.
FORT OF ASTORIA.
Ressdhu. Br ii Qnoeetewa SPt 3
Id&he. f-s SeptS
VESSELS IX THE RIVXR.
ChefiebrouRk, A:n p
Hfirrr Morse. Am p
Imperial, Atn sp
OH re S.Socthard. Arasp
Aberlemno. Or lk
Red Cross. Am fx j
Rexburfif4iire. Hr lilc
Geo. lienlor, Br bk
Kt. Lucie. Am sp
UsrcnUy. Hr lik
ceUtsfi Tar, Br bk
lligblaad Licht. Ain.ep
Reaper, Am p
Indiana. Am v.
Western Belle, Asp
GraMaere, Br bk
:arrie Winslow, A m bk
WiRtonsbire. Br bk
fJbasca. Br bk
VESSEL OX THE 'A V.
t'roKt Forelcu X'ortx. for (tit
Uvar. Br E Am il (
IMttHKfeU, Br sj May 14 Loudon
HmMmw, Hr bk April -I London
IMtetan. Br sp l-iverjxl Ma?
Uhas. 'Jet&swerth, Br bk Liverpool
Oily of Madrid, Br sp Alar S Clyde
City of Carlisle, Br bk Crenck Avis 1
Oalrnsmorc, Brsp L en don April ST
Bslidalc. Brbk Liverpool July itfi
Fiorr Cross, Br sp Sidney
Glenperk, Br bk April 28 Uareli
Oirvan. Brbk April 26 Leaden
Harry Bailey. Br bk Buene Arras
Inobjrrecn. Br sp 1W1 Greeneek, June 2
Ironside, Br bk Greenoek May IS
Isle of Anclesen, Br bk May S Liverpool
.lanet McNeil, Br bk June 13 Olanovr
Kitleohon, Br si Newcastle
Kapnnda, Br sp London April 7
Lake Brie. Br fp London AptM 36
MaJicpate. Brbk LirerpeeJ May 31
Nairnshire, Br sp Glanraw .March ti
Oban Bay. Brbk Mar St Olascfw
OaVwortli, Br sp Ff b 20 le4e
Uberon. Br bk Hull June 3M
Obcron. Brsp London June W
I'ortland Lloyds, Am sp MoaterMoo May 2t
Star of Krin, Br sp Glangew Jane 19
Spirit el the Dawn, Br bk May 3 l.emlw
Shenir. Br bk Newcastle March 34
From American Ports.
Morom, Am sp . Y Aiuraot 1?
Mt Washington, Ala sp New York April IS
M W "Watts, Am I New York May 13
Sea Kins, Am sp X Y July 4
Sovereten of tbe Seas, Arc M' New York Jmims 2
Tillie E Starbuck, Am sp X V June W
TIDE TAB LIS PGR -ASTORIA
From tables of United States Onaat irrvy
High Wator. Low Wntor
Dato. a. v. r. v. S
o m n i7i
- - o n
fi 8 5.Vi
7 01 7 1 1
0 03 1 07
0 -11 1 28 1
... 7 57 8.1
s ( in
..... S 4C.M. H IB
..... J 11' 10 27
8 -SS 11 11
10 U - -
itncAriTur-Tnr .iaxuauv "A.
SPI.57S lMtti, wheal XTsSlfl
H3B7 Mils Hour. 257.1745
Tola!. 3 cargoes
Whtjat, mSM Ihm., vatac
Flour. 191,11)0 lbs.,
. $ a23.i
Wheat (1U7.62.! mhois.
Salmon (!iwij easea).... .
Lumber (la M )...
Total (R cnrj:w!)
Hlour, 'JlSOblds .
Total. S ca!o-c.
Wheat JtSftr law.
Total, (l ca:g)
Flour. 'Ml bls.... '.
Salmon, 7,7fi3 os
Total, (l cargo)
Total, (3 cargoes)
S To QhcchkI'HCh ter Ronodtm.
Wheat 71 JS12 bus ;
The receipts of certain articles of Or
cjjon produce, at San Francisco, from
January 1. iasa.io August 21st, incltir
stve. nave ueen as ioiiows:
Flour, qr sks
Apples, ltioe, bxs
Hides. 2o............ ............
Fruit. Dried, pktts
Leal her, pkgs
Hops, bales ............... .......
Cheese, cs............. ..
Canned Goods, cs.....
Lard, plcjy? 1
TO THE TRADE !
Messrs. Wm. E. Hooner i Sons
Have given us the EXOH'SI VII SALK for
Pacific Coast of llieir CclebRitcd
Including a l'ull Line or
COTTOH SEINE TWIHES,
SAIL TWIHES, ETC
In addition to :iboe. we hae on hand a
complete Assoitmeitl of
Needle Brand Seine Twines.
Palmetto Seine and Vranpinq
HENRY BOYLE & GO
J517 and 519 Market Street,
Quack Church Holy communion
first btmdxyof every month. Sunday
wviees at 11 a. M., nnd 7 :30 p. m. Wcduce
dar evening service at 7:30 o'clock. Rev.
M.D. Wilson, Rector.
First Presbytkriax Church Ser
vi cos at 1 1 a. m. and 7 :30 r. m. Wedn os
day evening prayer meeting at 7:30
o'clock. Rev. J. V.olilligan, Pastor.
Coxorkgational Cinntcir Services
at 11 a. m. ami 7:30 p. m. Rev. Sam'l
Romax Catholic Church Services
at 30:30 A. m. Rev. L. Dielman, Pastor
M. E. Cncitcii Services at. 11 A. n
awl 7 -JW i. m. Lecture and Prayer 3f oei-
uig, Wednesday, at i. m. Itev. v. T.
Baptist Church. Services each
Lord's Dnj at 11 a. m.. and 7J p. m.
Prayer Meeting on Wednesday, at 7
p. m. itev. u. s. JiicL.aiiertv, pastor.
lloeular meetings second and fourth Tan
day cremates of each month, at i o'clock
Persona doeiririK to hnvo"ruattors aoted
uien by tho Council, at any regular !NOtin
in u t present tho same to tbe Auditor and
C4erk on or before the Friday cveninc prior
U tbe Tuesday on tritich the Council holds its
reKaiar Mtine!. Til OS. .S. .1 EW l.TT.
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria Lociffe No. 40, 1. 0. G .'1.
Rosalftr Moetiij: every Tuesday Kremaci
at 7 o'clock, at I'yjliisn liall, AMoiiti. Mow-J
burs of the Oidor.fin good standini;. are invlt
cd toaitoHd. Decree raectinelst Hoadayef
each month. By order W. C. T.
Temple Lodge, No. 7 . - P. A- M.
KoRular CoiBiounictk)sw frit aixi VV
tfcird TuosdayF in each rooatit. at4
o'clock, r. M., at tbe Hall is Astoria.
rJoraberaof tbo Order, in coed standing, are
invited te attend. l!v orde: of the M . il.
American Legion or Honor.
Iteeuiar im-elir: ol Astoria Council Xo. it.
is lMMd mi the lirst and third Saturday (rf
each iHoiitli. at 7 o'clock r. x.
. By order of Council Commander.
II. V Montkitii. Secty.
AKTOKIA I-'IltE HJirAWrSlJiXT
W. J. l.AltRY. Ciiicf KKiiier
F. V. HICKS 1st Asst. Ensiaeer
J. . ClLUtTlIUS .3d Asst. Etifnucer
HOARD OF DELEGATES. Kejnilur wwt
ins fiHirtk alouday hi each month, at 7
i. M., at hall of AMoria Kngittc CoiHKMty
Oi'i'icKits. C. .1. Trenchard. l'reahloHt;
A. A. Cleveland, Secretary; F.U l'arkcr,
Dklkoatrs. Ij. K. Soli, C. .I.TreiManl,
Clias. Stii-kles, ot As4oria K;iMo Co. Xo. 1 ;
Wm. AIpCohmK V. L. Parker. 11. V. lral,
of l'.wuv Kngiix (Vi. 11H. 1. CmtK
V. .1. Taylor. A. V. llcrrj-, f Ak-rt Uo(.k and
ladder Co. 2Co. 1.
israi;Lri exgike compakt x. i.
Itotnaar meeting lirst Monday in eacut
OrKicBR. W. W. Parker. PrtWeMt ; !.
K. Kelte. Swelarv: Wia. liok. Treasurer:
S. G. higatls, Fort man : Chas. Valliri.
Asst. irorcman ; nenrj Miier,ai asm. em
im:ih. RESCUE EXG1XE COMPANY X.t.
Regular iHoctlog lirat JMonday in eacn
Oi'i'irKns. O. W. Fulton. President ill. F.
Praol. Sccretarv; ). 1). Merrywan, At
Secretary: V. I- Pai-ker. TreanunT: K. J
'rkT. Foreman : II. F. Prael. lt Aif.
Foreman ; .'aim's Hare. 2d Asst. Foreman.
ALERT HOOK AND LADDER Co. X. J.
Regular meeting second .Monday In eacli
OKi'iCKiu?. J. O. lUworlh. PresHlent :
Brown, Secretary ; .1. TnUh, Treasurer ; F.
ii. Itlberson. Foreman ; F. w. Fen;iso. 1st
Asst. Foreman : .1. W. Fereliea, l Asst.
Columbia River Canneries.
Adair. S. D. Jt Co
Atrturia Packnne Rwniey
AnKle-AiHerieaa Packing C..
lmmiot a- u
Booth. A.. v L
nttiMc raekinr Co.
Devlin. Jomm A. & L'-a
PwtM-nniiii'a Paetiinf; Co
naniiiom v un
llvme. Geo. W
Occidnt I'aekinc Uo
acihc Union Inefcts; (V
Sfside PackiMK IT . . . .'
til- tar l'lwkiBx r
iwoBins A Uo. .
Jnionl'aekine ( '
Wni Cot I'ackiKf; "
WiliiaatM Jaiaes A; Cs
Themes Jb lCnnlaa '
awiincton Paekin On
'utni. Adaiufi i"ckihc 1
-v. it. I'acxiac L'o
Aberdeen i'aekiur C'
.Ilvraoe, W. T.
.ItHraka. W. T.
.Basle iff W.T.
.Krcok field. W.T.
.Hay Yitw. W. T.
-Oh inn V
.nrttka rackinc On
ilaneoed A Oe
Knaintoti Packinx (ie
Mealer. J . G. &. On
Mfers. Go. T...
Oaean Uinninc (Jn
Ore ..ii PkE C.t. J Wi VCwolc.
Pillar Bock.1 'xk Im
AVarren A On. JT. M
.Uuurr UarlHir. WT
nrren .v Ce
Sewera! asaorimeHt tf table slock 0(Hm.Vv
Ott iu.ti-1. nk as
Citinied Pruiffi and Jell.v,
Bacon, HamSj Shoulders, Lard,
izttc.s. iji:tteh. cheese.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
Ia the seasou.
CiA55S AIr TOBACCO.
J2et of VJ70SS AXI X.IQUOKS.
All cheai) for CASII. Goods sold on coin
Rtfettion. Opitoslte I. W. Case's store.
31 am Street, - - Astoria Orcgoti
JIEJIGMAX C KEIiltY
rs RSPStTTFLTLLY CALL THE ATTKK.
j tion of the nublic to tho fact that the
above 3Iarkot vrill always be supplied irilh a
FULL YARIEl'Y BEST QUALITY
FRESH AKD CURED MEATS 1
ana retail. tpootaj a;tcnuon civen to suppu
LOOK HERE !
AVe -esiectfuHy inform tiie public that we
will always keep on hand the best quality of
Fresh and Cured Meats
Choice Pamily Groceries,
Fresh Fruits, Vi-getables, Crockery and
Ships, Hotels and Boarding Houses sup
piicu on uucrai terms.
A share'orthe iubiic patronage Is respect
dtf, . WARREN & THOMPSON.
.WHERRY & C0BL? ANY,
Frcslt anil Cared Meat5?
FRUTS, BUTTER, and EGGS
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL,
CIIEXAHUS Street. Astoria, Os
That is what a great
uiany people are doing.
They don't know just what
is the matter, but they have
a combinatioii of pains and
aches, and each month they
The only sure remedy
yet found is Brown's Iron
Bitters, and this by rapid
and thorough assimilation
with the blocx! purih-s and
enriches it. and rich, strong
blood ilowiag to every part
of the system repairs the
wasted tissues, irives out
clrsca.se and ;ives health and
Tliis is why IJkowh's
Iron BnTEks wilt cure
kidney ami liver diseases,
neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala
ria, intermittent fevers, &c.
ilr. Stmott Blaacaatd. a vreM
known cit;rmo" Hjiyevi!te. Hc&Az
amoty.lCcntiicV .aays: "Afywifi:
lmd been ck iu(-a iomf tnnc, and
her OuMMiUNion was aN hrakea
down and she vas uaaUe U vroHc.
ltk:ers,and lound it to wotlc Met
chaxHi. V wtaiM net aov he witt:
oat it for an j coasidcRi-. . - c
coaskier it tbe bwt l .! i- t!
Browtc's Iron Bittex.;
is not a drink and does not
contain whiskey. It is ih .
only preparation of Irts
that causes no injurious '
fects. Get the gepr
Don't be imposed o: -imitaiions.
THOSE WOMEN POLK.
tic v.- liard-IleaJioil 3'rrt itnlimrUe
Home Thli2; wrilcii Tliey
Anybody vrlto has led admaeatic life knows
how MinHiwi fach thing as the lmck-
acb, and iwins in the chet, are amone
tbe women who do the work. Often and
lterbaps generally- the ditre$os are borne
withoat much complaint. lite women set
alxHtt, and the machinery of the houee goet
on. JleyoiMl thi?. tlewe cMme-srainetl ani
mate whom Xok Kncland womea call "the
wen folks," nldoin look. So long a their
wivee or daMghlors are not aetaaliy in bed.
under the doctor's care, the averaice thick
rkiaaed horbaml and father gives the .abject
no aUeation. At the ?ame time, the oor
hotiMhohl dradires- wh deserve a Itotter fate
creep aroaad. broom or Hleasib in hand.
M stairs down flairs' and oal-of-doori, doing
thai woman's work, which w "never done."
Lof Iorel wire? and fair xirl1 Jo?se
whoee aaddenness ami nerpctedncs aston-
sh those woodon-pated btwhaials and fath
ora Sill. seeuiif:ly oat of a clear 5ky, and
form the logieal Eeqael to the story of neglect.
Now, you men who stand at the heads of
en thousand such homej. allow h to droj a
word in your receptive years. If these wom
en of yoars are worth havias;. they are worth
saviac. lb Hi baekaeite that pain in Ute
chest! Wht are they bat indications of romo
orpanie trouble of the kidneys, the heart, or
the lnnff? EwHt at once by the aoidicatHHi
of BENTON'S CAPCINK I'OUOI S PLAS
T12K. it will soothe that nervous distress,
drive away that pain, banish that dall, weary
baekachc, give new strength to the body and
fresh hope to the heart. No other plaster
will do ihK T!io DenonV Plaster, however.
is not made to sell but te heal. It is a rem
edy which never yot broke its promise and
never will. Your draggist has it. Itwt before
jta yjc yoar 25 cent ami patting tap piaster
ia your pocket, look for the word CAl'CIXE
cot in the middle.
Sectary A: Johnson, Pharmaceutical Chem
ists. New York.
Mwars ant SMj Clajtej
A. VAH DUSEH & GO.,
Hardware and Ship Chandlery,
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish,
Binnacle Oil. Cotton Canvas,
Hemp Sail Twine.
Cotton Sail Twine.
Wrought Iron Spikes..
Galvanized Cut Nails.
faints ami Oils. Groceries. ct
NOTICE is hereby given that bid
will bo received until 12 o'clock, noon
on the 4th day of Seileinler, a. j. 1883
irom any order or association wisiiiu
to purchase a particular site for their
own use in the new City Cemetery on
The order or association who shall bid
Inchest shall have first choice or selec
tion. Man and diagram ot the Ceme
tery can be seen at the office of City
Auditor and Clerk.
For any further particulars inquire of
c. J. i kexcuaiui,
A. F. .louxs,
J. W. Cask.
Committee on Public Property
Astoria, Or- Aug. 21, 18s::. dtd
KSTA11L1SIIKI) IX 1X32.
ABMES & DALLAM
Manufacturer:: and Importers of
Wooden and Willow War
Twines, Brooms, Brushes, Baskets
Palls, Tal;i, Clinrns, Washboards, Rop
Cordasc, lVrapplns I'.ipcrs, Paper
Itnss, Uuinilns Papers, Hatches,
Handles, Clothes Wrlnscrs, Car
pet Swccprrs, Fcalhcr Pest
ers, Stationery, Ac.
230 and 232, Front Street,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Hiver vs. Rail
The Oincinnati Commercial,
tells of the tug Josh Williams
on her way to New Orleans with a
tow of thirl barges, contnining
six imntlrea tnousanu ousneis,
sevonty-six pounds to the bushel.
ot coal, exclusive of her own fuel,
bcinjj the largest tow ever taken
to New Orleans or anywhere else
in the world. Her freight bill at
three cents per tTushel amounts to
eighteen thousand dollar::. It
would take eighteen hundred cars
of three hundred and thirty-thiv e
bushels to the car. which is an
overload for a car, to tntusjiort
this amount of coal. At ton dol
lars per ton or one hundred dol
lars per car, which would In? a fair
price for the distance by rail, the
freight bill would amount t one
hundred and eighty thousand dol
lars or or.c hundred and sixty-two
thousand dollars more by rail than
by river. The tow was taken
from Pittsburg to New Orleans in
fourteen days. It would require
our hundred trains of eighteen
cars to the train, to transport this
tow of six hundred thousand
bushels of coal: and even if they
made the usual speed of fast
iretrrht lines "it would take one
whole summer to put it through
The popular belief flint the con
centric rings in the cross section
of a tree show its age, need not he
shaken by a recent argument to
the contrary, according to an
Ohio lawyer's letter on the sub
ject. "In the trial For a large
number of land grant cases," he
ays, ''it ven frequently becomes
important to show the date of the
survev. This was shown bv the
endorsement on the document,
and corroborated bv an examina
tion of the hacks on the line and
corner trees of the survev. These
nicks invariably left a scar, which,
to the practical surveyor, was
readilv detected, even after the
apse of sixty years. Ity 'block
ing1 the tree and conn tins: from
the hacks made by the surveyor to
the outside of the tree, it invaria
bly corresponded with the dales as
they appeared upon the returns
made bv the survevor."
Sacramento is the oflicial ter
minus of the Central Pacific liail-
road; Duluth tiie oflicial eastern
terminus of the .Northern Pacific
Railroad, and Tacoma the western
oflicial terminus of the same road.
What does this signify? San
Francisco, St. Paul and Seattle are
the actual termini of the respec
tive roads, and are enjoying now
all the benefits and advantages
to Le derived therefrom. Seattle
Paul-Intcll if en cer.
"Now you may not think it re
markable. But I do, that St. Ja
cobs Oil cured me of a caso of
rheumatism of three years' stand
ing in three weeks, says Mr. Frank
Lawler, Alderman of tbe eighth
ward, Chicago, 111.
HOUSE, SIGN, AND CARRIAGE
Papsr Hanging. Kalsomining, Etc..
And all kinds of work in my line done in a
prompt and satisfactory manner.
SFShop next castof Grace Church.
T HAVE LATELY SECURED TIIE SEU
JL vices of a comnetcnt horseshocr from Il
linois, and will guarantee satisfaction in that
work. Cannery work and general black
smithing dono at reasonable rates. Shop
near ivinnev s cannery.
MAGNUS G. GRGSBY,
HARDWARE, fflffl, STEEL,
iron Pipe and Fittings,
PLTJ3D3ERS A2?D STEAM F1TTERC
Goods and Tools,
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
SHEET IRON Till AND COPPER,
CaiiBery anfl Flsleraens SnppMes
Stoves, Tin Ware and House
JOBBING IN SHEET IRON, TIN. COP
PER PLUMBING and STEAM FITTINC
Done with neatness and dispatch.
None Iiut first class workmen employed.
A large assortment of
ConstanUy on hand
"VJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TIIE
1 city assessment roll for 1SS3 is now in
my hands for collection, and all persons that
are indebted for the same mav save live tier
cent, by paying said taxes before September
11, IS. . J. G. HUSTLER,
JNE OF THE OLDEST AND S0ST F.ELIABLI
REMEDIES IN THE WORLD FOR
THE CURE OF
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness,
Sore Throat, Bronchitis,
Every affection of tho
?!&iro 5 sirs nuccT
A WELL-KNOWN PHYSICIAN WRITES:
" Is docs not dry up a cough, and leave tJ cus
rcldad, as is the case with most preparations, but
botcas it, cleanses the luags and allays irritation,
tints removing the cause of axapLuat."
DO ?,OT EI5 DECEIVED by articles tea:
ag similar nanus. Be sure you get
DR. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY,
rhh the signature of " I. BUTTS" on the wrapper
SO Cents and St. CO a little.
Prepared by SETHI W. FOWLK & SONS, Bos
a. Mats. Sold bv dracstut aaj dsalers ccncraU'
pER?.1ANU BEEK IT ALL
BOTTLE BEE It DEPOT.
Gkrxamcs Struct. Axtakia.
The l'c of Lager 5 Cts. a Glass
Orders for the
11 bWUid DluVuiV
f-!t at I Ills idaee will be promptly attend
53tN cheap S-m Kranoico Heersotd at
WM. BOCK. Proprietor.
ASTOUIA. - OltF.CO
THIS INSTITUTION. I'NDKP.CAUK OF
the Sisters of Charity , it now ready foi
th recejtHMi of palU-nt.
Private rooms for the aeromiHodattnu ot
Patients aitmitteii a: all boon, day ornitsht.
No itstci;ui lias exeiiwtve njjiit. everv
jtathMit is frre to ami h:s the privilege of
cmiilovhig any pliysieiait they prefer.
Tnited Statrs 31rirlne
Koamn who pay Hospital Dues, are enti
tled to l'rceean and atreii.lanc . this Una
IMtal durin? sickness. Permits mit be oh
taiiicd for I ntteil States 3Lnriiis ul the Cit
tom II ww.
iltTKKd OV OlIAKtT
Bills of Lading,
Manifests, Etc. 1
Mortgages, Warranty Seeds.
Tiie Asfoiian Office
Any Idank or form not in stwk will be
printed to order.
Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Keeeipt Books.
Fish Talleys. Can!, Tasa, and commercial
ltper of all kinds printed to order at
The Astorian J ob Office.
i. W. CASE,
IMl'OKTKK AKD WHOLESALE AND RE
TAIL DKALKU IN
Corner Chenamus ad Casa streets.
ASTORIA - - - - OREGON
Street Improvement Notice.
NOTICE is hereby ivcn that the
Common Council of the city of Astoria,
ciatson county, Oregon, propose to or
der the improvement of that portion of
est sth street m the City ot Astoria.
Clatsop County, Oregon, as laid out and
recorded by John 31. Shivcly, from the
south side of Water street to the south
side of Cetlar street by grading said
street where needed to make an even
grade from Water street to Cedar street
and uy planking sam street to us inn
width with new and sound fir plank not
less than three inches m thickness
where not already planked and by re
moving all defective piles, stringers,
planking and other timbers m that por
tion which was destroyed bv fire and
bv replacing the same with new and
sound fir piles, cans and strlmiers and
rdankimr, and by building sidewalks
eight feet wide on botli sides of said
street where not already built and by
repairing the sewers on both sides of
And unless a remonstrance signed
by the owners of two-thirds of the prop
erty fronting on said portion ot said
street be filed with the Auditor and
Clerk within ten days of the final publi
cation ot tins notice, viz: iimrstiay,
September 20th, 1SS3, the Common
Council will onler said improvement to
JJv order of the Coinnion.Council.
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria, August 'SAh, 1883.
5 R a.7 8.
a & DR. v
TO FnEN QNLYjYOUNB OR OLD,
Wno arc snrrcrinj; from NKiworaDEEnv
rrr. Lost Vrr.Lrrv, Lack of Xkrve
Fouce .vxd Vigor, W.vsnso W F-unrKssEa. nnd
nil those disease of n lEi.so5At. X atitsk re
Eultloc; from Abcsts ami Other Causix.
Speedy relict and complete rctoratIon oC
IIealtii, Vtoocand Hashooo Gi aeaxteiid.
The Brandcst discovery ot tlic Nineteenth
Century. Send nt once for niustratcd Pam
phlet free. Address
VOLTAIC BELT CO.. MARSHALL, MICH.
lEEFORE AND - AFTEFU
CSlumbia Transportation Co.
rhe potHihu- steamer
Wlilch has lK"en reatted for the comfort o
mssenet-rs will lesiYe Wilson and
i'1shr"s dock every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6
AM. arriving at Portland at 7 P. Af.
ReturMtotr leaves Portland every
Tutdny8 end Thursdaifs at 6 A. M.
Arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
Ah additional trip will he nade on
Sunday of Each Weeh,
Leaving Portland at O o'clock
Iassenjier5 by this route connect at Kalama
ror Hoimu pons. v . u. ntui a ,
Astoria and Portland.
Wili make regular trips to Portland and
Astoria. leaving Uiirnell s ilocK, root or 3lor
rfom street. Portland: at c a.m. Saturdays.
And will leave Wilson & Fisher's dock.
Astoria, at 8 a. m. Thursdays.
CarTreigtit carried at reasonable rates,
Steamer ' 1 RELIC."
WILL MAKE TPJPS AS
To YOUJfGSKIVEi:,Mondays. Wednesdays
Special trips as refiulrcd.
Wll leave Wilson &Fi3hers wharf at
9 o'clock 54iari, each morninjr.
I.UWIS O. IIAAVEX,
rpler Astoria. M.aster.
REGULAR STEAM PACKET
"daisy," and Barge.
Will leave Astoria, from Gray's Dock,
ForOinev. and Head of Younes Hiver.
Daily, at $ a. zu, (except Wednesdays and
Itetunihifc same day.
For Landings on Lewis & Clark's Itlver,
On Wrrinrsilnys, at 8 A. 31.,
s For Freight or Passage, ajiply on board
or al (Sray 's Dock, where Freight will be re-
iraicii iiiiu Morni, u iH'cvsstiry.
Steamer TOM MORRIS.
jfVr! Favorite Boat
TS NOW BEADY FOR BUSINESS AND
A can lie chartered for excursions, special
parties, etc.. at reasonable rates, a general
stcamboating business transacted.
Chenamus Street Assessment.
NOTICE is hereby jfiven that the
assessment made by ordinance Jo. o4.';,
of the City of Astoria, Clatsop County
Orc.con, and which ordinance passed
the Common Council of said city on the
22dday of Aujntst, ISS:!, and was ap
proved on the !d day ot August, 3S8:
for the proposed repair of Chenamus
street, in the City of Astoria, as laid out
and recorded by John McClure. from
.Main street to Jackson street in the
manner provided by Ordinance Xo. 528
of the City of Astoria and which ordin
ance passed the Common Council of
said citv on the 14th day of July. 1883,
and was approved on the lGtli day of
July, 1SS3, 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 this notice,
viz: Thursday, September 13th, 1883, the
Common Council will issue warrants
for the collection thereof. The assess
ment is as follows:
Xame of the Otener.
I W tiearhart
George lhll .".
I Bergman and AW
I Bergman and A W
C Jj Parker
C h Parker
J F Bybee
J h Bybee
C L Parker
C L Parker
John Ilobson .......
J W Munson
Mrs J E Ferguson ..
CITV OF ASTOKIA CROSSINGS.
Crossing Chenamus and Polk
Streets $175 00
Crossing Chenamus and Wash
ington Streets 175 00
Crossing Chenamus and Lafay
ette Streets 175 00
By order of the Common Council.
T. S. JEWETT,
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria, Or., August 25, 188.3. dtd
Street Grade Notice.
XOTTCE is hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of Astoria,
Clatsop County, Oregon, propose to es
tablish the jrradc of that portion of
Washington street in the City of Asto
ria, as laid out and recorded bv John
McClure, from the north side ot" Sque-
mofiua street io me soutn side ot Sth
street, as touows:
At its intersection with Sque-
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 lS2feet
At its intersection with Eighth
street 1S9 feet
above the base of grades as established
by Ordinance Xo. 71 of said city, and
unless a remonstrance signed by the
owners of two thirds of the nronertv
fronting on said portion of said street
m; men wiiu inc .auditor ami uierit
withm ten days of the final Tjublication
of this notice, viz: ThursdavfSenteinbcr
20th, 1883, the Common Council will es
tablish sanl grade.
By order of the Common Council.
T. S. JEWETT.
Auditor and Clerk
Astoria, August 25th. 1S83.
Astoria Oil Works
J. If. DEFORCE, Proprietor, P.O.Box 251
31aanfacturer nml Dealer ih
FISH OIL and SKID GREASE
Loggers will find my Skid Grease to be
good and cneap.
Oregon Railway & Navigation
O CJSAJT OrVISIOBT.
On and After April 1st, 1883,
Ocean Steamers will sail from San Fran
cisco and Portland everv three day.
Leavlns spear St. wharf San Francisco, at
10 rtO A. M., and Ainsworth Dock, Portland,
TlirOTJirll TMzptH snbl tn nil nrlnrfna
cities-in the United States, Canada aad
River and Rail Division.
On and after July 22d, 1883.
Passenger Trains leave Portland for East
ern points, at 7 :SO A. M.rdally.
RIVER DIYISIOJi fJHddlc ColansMa):
Boats leave Portland for Dalle tit. v
Leave Port-1 f
land for Mon Tu.
Astoria and I I
lowor L'o- I
lambia IfiAM 16 AM
Dayton. Or.JT Ail'
VictoriaJiOiS All 1 6 AM
Loaves Astoria for Portland at 6 a. m. dailr ex
Astoria to Portland.
Steamer IVIdo Wetrt will leave Astoria
for Portland, IP. 31. J
Returning, leaves Tortland for Astoria,
A. 31., daily, Wednesdays excepted.
Pnllman Palaca Cars running between Port
land, and Missoula.
C. U. PRESCOTT, JOHN MDIB,
aianager. Snp't ot Trafflc
A. L. STOKES, E. P. ROGERS,
Assist. Sup't ol Traffic. Gen'l Agent
iiwaco Steam Navigation Go.'s
Astoria to fort Stevens, Fort Canby,
Connecting with L. A. Loomls' Stage Una,
and ShoalwaterBayTransportatlon Go's.
Oysterville, (daily), Monte sano, aad
Olyiupia, Jdondays, Thursdays,
Steamer "Gen. Miles,"
or "Gen. Canby"
Will make two trips dally, except Wednes
nay, between Astoria and Iiwaco as follows :
Leave Astoria at 7 AM, touching at Fort
Stevens and Fort Canby and arriving at II
waco ats :S0 A M. Returning, leave Iiwaco
at 9 :S0 A M. for Astoria and arriving there at
il A M, land along side steamer Wide
West to transfer Passengers, Baggage and
Leave Astoria at 1 P M for Iiwaco direct,
and arrive there at 2 -J20 P M, Returning,
leave Iiwaco at 3 :30 P M. touch at Fort Can
by and Fort Stevens and arrive at Astoria
On Wednesdays leave Astoria at D A M for
Fort Stevens, Fort Canby and Iiwaco, Re
turning In the afternoon,
Fare between Astoria and Fort Stevens 50 eta
Fare between Astoria and Fort Canby
or Iiwaco 75 cts
Freight between Astoria and
Iiwaco . 52 00 per toa
Horses between Astoria and Ii
waco 2 00 each.
Carriages between Astoria and
Iiwaco 2 co each.
Oregon & California R.R.Co
On an after May 13, 18S3, trains will ram as
follows, DAILS" (Except Sundays),
Between PORTLAND anil CLESTDAXE
Portland 7:30 A. ir.lGIondale 10:35 p. jr.
Glendalo 1:00 A. ir.Portland 4:25 r. v.
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN.
Porthmd 4:00 P. M.ILobanon 9.20 P. M
Lebanon 4:45 A. M.Portland10:05 A.M
The Oregon and California Railroad Ferrr
makes connection with all RegnlarTrains oo
Between Portland anil Corvallta
Portland 9:00 A. M.ICorvallis ..4:30 P. M
Corvallis 8:30 A. MJPortland 3:20 P. M
LEAVE. ARRIVE. .
Portland 5:00 r. jr. McMinnville-.8:00 p. u
McMinnviUo.5:45A.:u.Portland 8:S0a. x.
Close connections made at Glendalewith
tho Stasos of the Oregon and California Stag
KSTTickets for 3ale at all the nrinciDal poiau
in California and tho East, at Company's
Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or.
Rtnr.ipn will hn phnrtraA on frnlpTit rornaln.
inR atCompanys Warehouse ovor24 hoars.
Freieht will not be received for shiDmont
after 5 o'clock P. M. on either tho East or
neat side Division.
JOHN MUIK, Sup't Of Traffic.
A. L. STOKES, Asst. Sup't. of Trafflc.
Shoalwater Bay Transportation Co.
Astoria to Olympia,
Fort Stevens, Fort Canby, Iiwaco.
North Bcadi, Oystervillo, Xorth
Cove, Petersons Point, llo
And all points on Shoalwater Bay, and Gray
On Columbia River.
GEN". GARFIELD '
Connecting with Stages over Portages,
Leave Astoria for Olympia, at - - 7 A. M.
On Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
arriving atMontesano the day after leaving
Astoria through trip in 60 hours.
Leave Olympia for Astoria on same days.
VVilmerding & Co., San- Francisco.
Loeb & Co., Agents, Astoria.
WE HAVE THE AGENCY FOR ASTO
na of the above safes ; parties desiring
to purchase will do well to call and examine
catalogue and price lists.