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TUESDAY MARCH 18. 1881
PORT OF ASTORIA.
Columbia, fcs S F. March 1?
ARR1 VA L FROM SKA.
Oregon ss. Pohlraan. S V March I"
VESSELS IX THE RIVER.
Olive S.Sonthard. Amso MtW&shiDEton. Aid art
Red Cross. Am sp Hicldand Light, Am. p
neucon. .Marcos risuer,
Tiliie E Starbnck. Am Chts. Cotesworth Br bit
S. R. Mead, Am bk Merom, Am sp
RlTr Tnrtnu Kr an Kflldnle. Br bk
City ct Carlisle. Br bk Aberstwirh Castle.Br p
VESSELS UA THE WAi.
from Foreign FortH. for the
Uata, Br bk Liverpool Dec 5
Jorsalfarer, Nor bk Liverpool .Nov 12
Kelverdale, Br bk 1191 N S W
Norseman. Brbk Liverpool Dec 3
Staghound. Br bk SfiS Wilmington
Silbet. Br bk 1057 London Dec 5
'fytbonns, Brbk London DpcS
From American Ports.
Alameda Am ip S Y Jan 15
Belle of Oiecou. Am bk 1169 New Vork Mar 1
TIIK TABLE FOR ASTORIA.
111(111 W T1'K.
FirT Second. 1 First. Second.
i ; 11 S S 15 S
? M S M S I M S M
: ! 1:1 r a his h s
h rrt. ,t . m. X h. m. , h. in. I .
171 2 .S STi 3 00 ,C-4
4 22 tr.
7 51' o-0
S Zl C.l
9 55 rt-1
10 50 '!t
u a; i7-5
11 '. J7
0 ol U-J
i a; sri
2 03 9H
2 3J pro
! 'r-i 5J) 1'81 6 13 ;
0 IS S-0 C, :$ l IV 6 5G
1 09 -".i 7 33 0-7 7 32
1 5'S 7 (i 8 20 0-2 8 03
2 4f 7-3 9 M 1-02 8 31
3 4270 9 -05 9 12
4 4:tp:G.i! 10 lla-05 1 5Cj
Tin hours between mid uht and noon are
designated bv a. ai.). those between noon
and midnight bv p iv. m ). oi. 00m denotes
innlniL'lit. oA Wm. v denotes noon.
The height is rerkoiinl from the level of
average lower low waters to w inch thesonud
ings are given on the Coast Suney charts.
Astoria Itetail 3iarket.
Flour per sack Sl.40.
Wheat, per cental S2 002.25.
Oats, ' $2.10:25.
Bacon, sides per IL, 14 to 18 cts.
Shoulders, " 12K15 cts. .
Hams, ' lGiy cLs.
Lard, " 1G cts.
Beef, 12(18 cts.
Mutton, Vl4u, 15 cts.
Pork. 1215 cts.
Yeal, 15(18 cts.
Butter, per roll 70 to 75 cts.
Eggs, per dozeti4045 cLs.
Potatoes, per lb IK to 1? cts.
Apples, green, per box S2.00. to $2.40
Cheese, per lb 2025 to 40 cts.
Cornmcal, per lb 4 cts.
" 4KK cts.
" 1240 cb,.
" 8 10 Cts.
10 14 CtS.
Syrup, per gallon 70c 31.
Honey, per gallon $1.50.
Salmon. pet-Kit 65.
Onions, tier lt 24,3 ets:.
Apples dried per lb 1018 cts.
Peaches " " 13 0 18 cts.
Plums, " ' 12K(lGcts.
uanules, per it 20 cts.
Chickens, ier dozen .?(.
Hay, per ton &X).
Hides, per lb U (ft fl cts.
Oils, per gallon, boiled linseed, 75c;
raw linseed, 70c; coal oil, 40c; lard $1.25.
Columbia River Exports.
2 To Quecnstown per Oalncvrtli.
Wheat, G9.070 hits
4 To QviccntUivrn per Oban Bay.
Wheat, 57.993 bus $58,933
9 To Quccnstoicn per Avyerona.
Flour. 20,514 bhls .'. -$102,570
10 To Qiiecnxtiiwn per Laktock.
Flour. 14,131 bbls $60,000
11 To Qucenetmcn per Bargany.
Wheat, G5.9.I1 bus $69 418
18 To Livcr'iM)I per City vf Madrid.
Fiour, 20.40C bbl $102,330
19 To QueeiihUncn per Morayshire.
Wheat. 81.531 lius $85.00
19 To Quo-lithium ;tr Star of 2vrhi.
Flour. 10.019 bbN- $R.101
22 To Qucaistown )irr Sarah BclL
Flour. 14.0CC bbls SG9.-JC2
31 To Qucenttawnper Sovereign ofUcSca
Wheat. 7.1&0 bus S74.SOS
4 -To Quccnstoicn per Indiana.
Wheat, 70.091 bus . 77,009
C- To Antwerp ;-. Sea King.
Wheat, 75.U.0 bus 73 100
7 To Jdontcridf-u jtcr Carrie IFInnIoip.
Salmon, loo cs . . 500
Salmon, 23 hlf bbls H5
Halibut, 278c..... ....... ....... 1.U2
Lumber, 000 M 7,000
7 To Qucemtoicn per Banca.
Wheat, 57.515 bu- ..J2.149
9- To Queenstuwn per Bhmah.
riour, ie.571 bbls is2,8r)
25 To Quccnstoicn per IJcnryJamu.
Flo .r, iC.fcCU bbls $7l:s
25 -To Queenrtoivn per Me of Erin.
Wheat. .V).35i bir $is,32u
27 To Quccnxtuicn per Berwickshire.
Wheat, 51,953 bus S52.784
27 7 o Liverpool per Janet McXicl.
Flour, 10,175 bbls sGC,74
The receipts of ceitali article of Or
egon produce at San Francisco, from
January 1, 1884, to March it. inclu
sive, have been as follews:
Flour, qr sks.
Salmon, bbis ......
Apples. Hipp, bxs
Hides Xo.... .......
Quicksilver, fhisks. ...
Fiult. Dried, pkgs
Hops, bales ..
Bams, pkgs.. ..... ,
Flax Seed, sks
Canned Goods, cs........
Lard, pkgs ...........
,1IVE HUNDRED CORDS DRY HEM-
Iock Wood, which I will deliver at the
houses of customers for $4 a cord.
Draylng or all kinds done at reasonable
rates. R. -K. AiAiUQN.
TF1E REPUBLIC.! STATE COXTESTIOS
A Republican convention for the state
of Oregon is called to meet at the city of
Portland, Orecou. on Wednesday, the
30th day of April, 1SS4, at 11 o'clock A. si..
ior xue purpose oi nominaiing cauui
dates for the following offices, to-wit:
Representative in congress, judgo of the
supreme court, the presidential electors,
and district officers for the several judici
al districts, and to select six delegates to
attend the national Republican conven
tion, and to transact such other business
as may properly come !efore the conven
tion. The convention will consist of 206 dele
gates, apportioned among the several
counties, as follews:
Baker 5Lnko 2
Benton -. 9Lnne 10
Clackamas lOJLinn 1
Clatsop GjMarion- 18
Columbia 4Multuomah 35
Coos GPolk.... 8
PmnV oJTillamook 2
Curry 2jUmatilla. 12
Douglas ii union
Grant 51 Wasco
Jackson 6Washington 8
Josephine 3Yamhill 9
The same beinc one delegate at large
from each county, and one delegate for
every 125 votes, ana one ior every trac
tion over one-half thereof, cast for Hon.
M. C. George, congressman, at the last
The committee recommend that the
primaries be held on Saturday, the 12th
of April, and the county conventions on
Tuesday, the 22d day of April, unless
otherwise ordered by the proper county
The committee earnestly recommend
that the delegates elected to the state
convention attend in person, and if not
convenient for them to so attend person
ally, that they Bend their proxies by
electors of the county they represent.
The Republican voters of the state,
without recard to past political differ
ences, wno are in lavor or. eievaung auu
dignifying American labor, giving free
popular education to the masses of the
people, effectually protecting all human
rights in every section of our common
country, and" who desire to promote
friendlv feeling and permanent harmony
throughout the state by maintaining a
government pledged to these objects
and privileges, are cordially invited to
unite in selecting delegates to the Re
publican state convention.
SOL. IIIRSCH, Chairman.
"Portland, Oregon, Feb. 21, 1834.
THE DE3I0CUATIC STATE CONTENTION.
The state Democratic convention is
hereby called to meet at Dalles City, on
Thursdaj, the 17th of April next, at 10
o'clock a. m., for the purpose of nominat
ing candidates for the following effices:
Judge of the supreme court, three presi
dential electors, representative in the
lower house of congress and district
officers for the several judicial districts,
and to select six delegates to the national
Democratic convention, and generally to
to do such other busines as may of right
come before such convention.
The committee deem it fitting to pre
sent to the Democratic voters of the state
the following consideratiens:
We see approaching an election of
most vital import, to our commonwealth
in all its interests, both public and pri
vate. Deemina honestv the best uolicv. and
in striking contrast with the course of i
the opposition party, we nave namea an
early day for the assembling of the state
convention. Our principles as a party
will then bo enunciated, and our candi
dates placed in the field subject to the
approval or consideration of the body
The varittnee in the vote of this state
during the past few years, and especially
the very close contest in the presidential
election of 1880, gives us much hope that,
notwithstanding our present minority,
with harmony in our ranks, and a well
directed exertion of our strength, we
shall cany off the palm of victory. But
to insure this end it is imperative that all
Democrats should contribute their undi
vided support and hearty co-operation,
not only in the actual canvass but in its
very initiation the county primaries.
We do not presume to trespass upon the
precincts of our popular convention, but
do earnestly invoke all members of our
party to put aside past" differences and
personal antagonisms, to mute in har
monious action in the various primaries
and to send full delegations of represen
tative men to attend the state convention.
We have deemed it fitting to reduce the
number of delegates, in the hope of secur
ing the personal attendance of those to
be chosen. We especially recommend
the formation of local clubs, where prac
ticable, throughout the state.
Believing that the success of the De
mocracy is the welfare of the Deople. we
cordially invite all persons, regardless of
past political affiliations, who favor sim
plicity, economy and frugality in the ad
ministration of public affairs to unite
AL ZLEBER, Chairman.
P. H. D'Abox, Secretary.
I'emplM L.OOKO. No. A. F. A. M.
OEiiL'LAR CMMUXICATIOXS '
It. first and third Tueda.s In eachVy
mouth. at 74 nVloelc. i. si., at the'V
Hab lit Atona. M embers of the oider iu
good standing are invited to attend..
By order nfjhe W. M.
Beaver Lodge No. 35. 1. O. O. P.
OEGULAH MEL'IING EV-
ry I'liursdny evening atSs3is.
seven o'clecK. at tne iMoge- jtg;-Jvr
room in Odd Fellows Hall, Asto
ria. Sojourning members of the order in
gond standing, crdiall Invited to n'tei iL
By order X. G.
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. 0. 0. F.
REOULAKMKE..INGSOF OCEAN EN
caiiipmeut No. 13. I. o. O. F., at the
lodge, in the O.ld Fellows Building, at
seven v. M., on tho .second and fourth
Mondays of eacii month. Sojourning breth
ien cordially Invited.
By onler C P.
SeasideLodffe No. 12, A. O. U. W.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
ldg No. 12, A. O. IT. W. will be held
in I'vlhian Hall on Friday evening of each
we. k. at 7 o'clock v. si. Members of the
order iu good s ainliug. and visiting Broth
ers are Invited to attend. I.'brary will be
open fifteen minutes before and after each
meeting. "By order M. W.
Astoria lodere No. 4a I. O. 6.1.
REGULAR Ml'ETING EVERY TIIUKS
day evriiing at 7 -JMi o'clock, iu the Hall
over Mr. Case's stoie. Members of the Or
der, In go-td standing, aie invited to attend.
By order W. O. T.
Amerlcau Legion of Honor.
REGULAR MEETING OF ASTORIA
Councb No 930 Is held on the first and
third Tuesdav of each inout'i. at 7 o'clock r.
si. Bv order of the Counell Commander.
R. V. MONTElTH. See'ty.
Cushing Post No. 14. 6. A R.
REGULAR MEITINGS OF THIS POST
on thp second and fourth Tuesdays of
eaeh month at ICQ l. si. Visiting com
rades cordially Invited. Bv order
Pacific Lodge No. 17, K. of P.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS
Lodge everv Frjdav evening, at 7:30
o'clock, in their Castle Hall, sojourning
Knights rorrtlallv Invited to s-ttcn .
GEO. P. WHEELER.
K. of R. and S.
Astor Lodge No. 6. K of P.
REGULAR 3IF.ETINGS OF TniS
lw lde ven Wedncsdav evening, at
7 -JSO o'cbck, at their lodge room, in Pvthian
Ca Ue. Soj.iumlug KtiinIitB conllallvinvit
ed to attend. W. Ifc ROBB.
K. of R. and S.
REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND
fourth Tuesday evenings of pach month
at 7H o'clock.
rtsrrersons desiring tu havo matters acted
upon by the Council, at anv regular meet
ing must present the same to the Auditor
aud Clerk, on or before the Frsdav evening
Eriortothe Tueda on which tho Council
olds Its regular meeting.
Auditor aud Clerk.
for every form of
PIMPLES to GCSOFUl
TO PLhANSi: TUK .-K1X i-caln. and
Blood o It hinp. caly Pimply, ('.oiifti
OIrcd crofulou. nbcrittd. and Coi.ta
gious Humors. Ulood l'oii iif. Ulrcr. Ab
c e.03, rid Infantile kin Tor uro. the Cl
thuka Kkm infijnro inful iulo
rmirnra 'vn, tbo new ll'oo
Purifier, Diuretic, and A neiicnt. e!vl dis
ease scrm. from the b.ood and po . iration.
and thus1 remove? the ciuc. i urn vn , tin
prcatskin Cure, in-tantlyalby? Itcbmp.and
lr flammation. clears theikin andalp, benlf
Ulcers and Sores, lestorcs tbo t'omi lcxion.
Ccticckv Soap, an exquisite Skin Boautificr
and Toilet Requiite, is indhpensablo in
treating skin diseases, and for rough, chapped
or or easy skin, olackhcads. b otches, and ba
by humors. C Ticua bkm -piks aro tho only
infallible blcod purifiers and skin beautificrs.
Chan. Houghton, Enq., law er, 2S.
State Street, Boston, reports a case of Salt
Hheum under his observation for ten vears,
which c vt red the patient's body and limb',
and to which all Knovn methods of treat
mt nth d been applied wi bout bcnefit.which
wa completely cured folcl by the Ccticura
KeukdilS. leavinc a clean and healthy skin.
Mr. ami Mrs Everett StHiliins, Belch
ertown. Mass. write : Our little boy wis ter
ribly afflicted with -crofula, s-alt Itbeum.
and Erysipelas over sire 1 bo was born, and
nothin we could ?ive him helped him until
wo tried Cut!iTK l.t.iiKMr-S, which e adual
ly cured him until bu is now as fair as any
II- K Cnrpi'iiter, Hendorson. N. Y.,
cured of Psoriasis or Lcpiosy, of twenty years
standing, by Ccticuiu ItKiiim.s. 'lho inou
wonierfu! cure n record. A dustpan'ul of
scales fell fmui bim daily. Pbysicia s at d
hi fi iends thought he mut die Curo sworn
to before ajuttic of tho pence and Hender
son's most prominent citizens.
SIr. K. K. Whipple, Decatur. Mich,
writes hat her face, head, and some pnrtsof
her body were almost rav, Iled covered
wi h scabs and sores, -uffered fearully and
tried ererythinK Permanent! cure by :hc
C'UTiruKA LKMi.ntu from a ftl.in Humor.
Sold by all druggists. Cltici ka,.7 cuts :
KlSOLVKXT.Sl iSOAl'.'J cents. Potthk
Dituc and Chemical Co. Boston
Send i"or"IIoM to Cure SKiji Ulsrasis"
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE,
The Great Balsamic Distillation of
"Witch. Haz- . American Pine.
Canadian Pnr, Marigold
Glover Blossom. Etc..
Fortheiramedi te relief and Permanent Cure
of every f rm f Catarrh, from a implo Ileal
Cold or Influenza t th Los of "mell. Taste,
and Hearing. Cough, I ronchitis and Incipi
ent Consumption. Keli-fin fivo minutes in
any and every taso. Nothing like it. (Jrato
f.l fravrant, wboleome. Curo bcgis fro n
first application, and is rapiJ, radio ll perma
nent, and over failine.
One boctlo Hadiral Curo. onBo Catarrhal
Solvent and Sanford's Inhaler, all in one
pai-kago, forming a comi-lcto treatment, of all
d uggists for Si, Ask for Sasf ni'j It dical
CCKK. 1'OTTEU DnCC AMI CltKilirAL CO.,
Collins' Voltaic Electric
Plaster instantly affects
tho Nervous System and
banishes 1 in. A perfect
VtfWfrl. n,ffnrv nki.
ISTHECBY biaed with a Porous I'las-
or x ter for 25 cents, it unni
.SUFfEfUHa SERVE bilates Tain, vitalizes
Weak and Worn Out Parts, strengthens Tired
Muscles, prevent' disease, and doe3 more in
one half the timo than any other plaster iu
tho world. Sold everywhere
Proposals for Transportation.
Headquarters Deiwktjiknt )
Office of Chief Quartkiisiastkr,
y.vsrcouvER Barracks, W. T..
March C. iA.
SEALED PROPOSALS, IN TRIPLICATE,
subject to the usual conditions, will be
received at this office, until 12 o'clock, noon,
on Monday, April 7, 1RS4. at which time and
place they will be opened in the presence or
bidders, for the transportation of mill ary
.supplies on the following described routes
during vear commencing Julv l, 1-St. and
ending June 30, 1685;
Route No. l Spokane Falls, W. T., to
Route No 2. Ashland, Oiegon, to Fort
Route No.3. Pendleton, Oregon, to Boise
Barracks. I. T.
Route No. 4, Kuna, I. T., to Boise Bar
racks L T
Route No. 5. Rathdrum, I. T., to Fort
Route No. c Lewlston; I. T to Fort
Mtitnicr Transports iit.
Retrri: No. 7. For tniispiiilaton of U.S.
Military Supplies between Asttxiaaud Fo-t
Stevens, Oregon, and Foit Canby, W T
ROUTE No. $ Between l'oitl.iud. Oiegon,
and Vancouver, W. T.
The Government resenes the light to re
ject anv or all proposals.
Blank proposals, onn of contract, and
printed circulars, giving full infoiiu'atl n:s
to the ununer of bidding, teruw of cnutiact
and payment, will be furnished on applica
tion to'this office.
Envelopes containing proposal- should be
maikcd : -Pioposas tor Transportation on
Route No. ," and address d to tne
A. S. KIMBALL.
Major and Quartermaster, U.S. A.,
CANNERYMEN ! !
PACIFIC METAL "WORKS
Importers and M uiuf.icturcrs of
Canners' Solder a Specialty,
Strip Lead, for Leading Lines,
Plate Zinc, for Cuttinq Acid. -!
Bar Copper, Pig Lead and Pig Tin.
48 Xorth second St.. I'ortlauri, Or.
115 Jc 117 1 Irt Wt., Kan Francisco,
TIKS BOAT CIIAItOKN.
Following is the schedule of piices for
towage n and out over the Columbia Bar :
For vessels not Inward Outward.
exceeding uiaueu. iianast.
1000 to 1200 tons 225
1200 to 1400 tons 275
Grace Chukcu lloly couuniinion
first Sunday of every month. Sunday
services at 11 A. M., and 7 P.M.Welncs
day eveninp; service at 7 o'clock. Rev.
M. D. Wilson, Rector.
First Presbyterian Church. Sot
vices at 11 a. st. and 7 p. m. Wednes
day evening prayer nieelinjr at 7
o'clock. Kev. J. V. M tlligan. Pastor.
Coxoreoational Church Services
at 11 A. st. and 7 p. si. Rev. .Saitt'l
Roman Catholic Church Services
atlOSOA. si. Rev. L. Diclman, Pastor
M. E. CnuRcn Services at 11 a. si.
and 7 p. st. Lecture and Prayer Meet
ing. Wednesday, at 7 P. si. Rev. Win.
Baptist Church. Services each
Lord's Day at 11 A. st., and 7 p. st.
Prayer Meeting on Wednesday, at 7
p. m. Kev. B. S. McLafferty, pastor.
A Cenhvine Pcrarie Blizzard."
'A regular old blizzard, isn't it?'
was my weather comment to a well
bearded, cowboyish lookiug passen
ger. 'Xothin' had about this." was
Ilia racnnnen TF v.. ...l- lk r?rtn i
blizzard jus is a blizzard, and no mis
take, just go on! to the peraries. I
remember ouet eleven years ago
next March; lasted three days;
snow blew so you couldn't see
a steer t n feet away. I
got lost from our ranch up near
North Platte, Nebraska, and hadn't
nothin' to do but to go with the
storm, which came from the north, a
little west I was sixty hours on my
feet -to stop to rest meant to freeze
on the spot. Finally, I run plum
agin' a sod house away down in Kau
sas. raore'n 200 miles from where I
started from. There I found shelter,
and slept two whole nights and days.
Then I was all all right again. This
is only a breeze compared with a gen-
A peculiarity of our road law fs the
fact that it is next to impossible to
present a petition for the laying out
of a county road that cannot be de
feated by some technicality. The
East Oregonian shows an instance of
the kind in Umatilla county. A pe
tition was presnted to the court ask
ing for a change in a" road. The
county court found flie proceedings
all regular and ordered the change.
A dissatisfied individual appealed
to the circuit court. After due ex
amination and consideration the
judge of the circuit court found that
the proceedings had all been regular.
That the legal notices had been post
ed along the route, one at each end
and one about midway, on the side of
a house, but unfortunately, the affi
davit of posting did not slate on
which side of the house the notice
was posted, which proved fatal, and
the road was defealol. -Curry Post.
Miss Elizabeth Iiebecca Payne, of
wincester, Va., has become a man
auu married Annie iimton. one or
he said'toa correspondent of the New
York World, UI really did not suspect
my true sex until three or four weeks
ago. Two physicians performed a
simple and painless operation on Afiss
Eebecca, and'then announced to their
patient that sho was of the mascu
line gender, and that the ignoramus
who superintended her advent into
the world deserved to be prosecuted
forthe dense stupidity which brought
about his subsequeni wearing of pet
ticoats instead of trousers. The sup
posed woman never had any sign of
beard, and his voice is not unfemi
nine. Beating bis Record.
Mr. Jas. C. Deyos, of Jackson, Mich.,
had a valuable trotting horse lamed
in the shoulders and loins. After a
few applications of St. Jacobs Oil, the
wsnderful pain-cure, he says, he trot
ted him in a race, which he won in
three straight heats in 2.26,2.28 and
2.24?.f , beating all his former records.
B. F. STEVENS & CO.,
CITY BOOK STORE,
Have just received a mammoth stock of
Book. The young and old, rich and poor
can all be accommodated.
AGENTS FOR THE
Kranlch & ltuch and MnndMfelilt &
Xotui Pianos and AVcstcrn
Orders for all kinds of Music or Instru
ments will ue promptly filled.
B. F. STEVENS & CO.
HALF GALLON TINS.
At WILSON & FISHER'S,
cbta Liberal Discount to the Trade.tfu
Oregon Paint and Varnish Works,
Paints, Varaisl ani Laconer.
Any shade mixed and ground to order.
C. F. PEARSUX fc Co.,
P.O. Box 14S. Portland, Or.
TV VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IS-
JL . sued out of the Hon. Circuit Couit of
the Stae ot Oregon, feir the County of Clat--M
on the loth day of February. 18S4. and
to me directed on a decree for foreclosure of
c rtain iimrtgauc liens wherein Is lac Berg
man, plaint II rcovercd a judgement ami
deeiee ot foreclosure airain-t Peter II. Fox.
Hubert Fox aud Lil y Fox, defendants for
tne sum ot tnree liuuuren aim loriy-nve
d illars. be Ides the costs and accruing co-ts.
and expenses. I have 1 vied upon and will
sell at public auetlon on the 22d dav of
Maicli, iSSl, at 2 o'clock r. si. of saM iiav.
at the court hous- door in storla. Cl itso'p
County. "reLon. for cash in band at time of
sale, all right, title, and interest the ab ve
named defendants have in the fo lowing de
sriihed real propeitv. to wit : Lots one and
two in block 13C. in McCl tire's A-toria. Clat
sop Count j , Oregon as extended by Cyrus
feblO d-30.1 .sheriff.
SMALL MUJCAL MERCHANDISE
Piano, and Organ Instructors.
LITTLE GIANT STECK PIANO
PRESIDENT OF UNITED'STATES
GOVERNOR OF OREGON.
ASTOR I A M USIC AL 0CI ET Y. '
31 RS. J. W. CONN, of Astoria.
D A.McINTOSn.Esq. "
CILVS. WRIGHT, Esq.
And bjr Many Other Prominent Musicians.
CELEBRATED TABER ORGANS.
Blejjant Packard Orchestral Organ
Only exclusive "Music House in the North
west. Only wholesale and retail House In
165 First St., Portland, Oregon.
E? ifncYALPSC.'o'tf 1
.4 Mvi t
!.- feri iw
l.t:-,x Pt-' izi
Tlilc nnuilr Tiatrnr v:iri(J- A marvel Of
purity, strength and wholeomeness. MotB
economical thm the ordinary kinds, ami
annot bes iM iu competition with the mul
titude ot low test short weight, alum or
phosphat p.nvders. SM oniy in-cans. KOY
ALllAMNO fOWPKK CO., 106 alt-St. . .
DorlianlinLtorla It was neutral pround
daring tbearaiUco between Sherman and
Johason. S-lJL"cr3 of both armic3 filled
aad, after tbo surrender, marched home
ward. Soon orders came from East, West,
North and Soutn,for "more of that cleqaat
tobacco." Then, ten men ran an unknown
factory. Now it employs 800 men. uses tho
pink and pick of the Golden Belt, and tho
Durham Bull is tho trade-mark of this, the
best tobacco in tho world. Blackwell's Bull
Durham Smokm? Tobacco haa the largest
cale of any Emoklnir tobacco in the world.
Why? Simply because it Is the lest. All
dealers lTe it. Trade-mark of the BulL
JNE OF THE OLDEST AND HOST RELIABU
REMEDIES IN THE WORLD FOR
THE CURE OF
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness.
Sore Throat, Bronchitis,
Every affection of tho
THROAT, LUNGS AND CHEST,
A WEIL-KNOWN PHYSICIAN WRITES:
" It does not dry up a cough, aad lcac tbc cans
Behind, as is the case with most preparations, b;r
bosens it, cleanses the lungs and alhys irritation
has removing the cause of complaint,"
BO NOT UE DECEIVED by articles bcai
ng similar names. Be sure you get
DR. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY,
vith the signature or" I. BUTTS" on the wrapper
CO Cents and S1.00 a Bottle.
Prepared by SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Bw
"n.M.T. c-! t W lr,lr-3 rrt denVrt crnpr-!3'
I7LECTUO-VOLTAIC BLLT and otlier Etrernr.
i-J ArrtdCKs nro sent on Co Days' Trial Tt
J1EN ONLY. YOUXG OK OlTt. rhn nrir ifTo
.UK iroci iHCUTDCS UEEU.ITY, JOST vitautt
rt astisg Wk-uhtessts, and all those disease of
rciuo.-iAi. xtoub, resuituiK from AansE.- nm
tuer Cacs a Speeily rtlipf and comDlet
restoration to hfaltii. Viccr and Masiiooi
.CAnXTKTD. Sena at once for IUustratw
i-auipuiL-i tree. Auurcss
VOLTAIC Hri.T CO.. IMnrnhnll. Mich
Proposals Tor 31ilitary Supplies.
Hea dqcauteiss Dkpai: r jiext 1
O F Til K CO LUSI BI A . I
OFI'ICE OFflllhF QCXKIEUJIAVTEK. V
VAXCOUVElt B.Mtlt ACKM. W. T , I
March r. iCfi.1 I
SEAL1!) PROPSALS, IN TRIPLICATE.
s- auujcci i" in - usual cunuiiinus, win ne re
ceived at thl-joDTu'eor at thv offices Of the U
S. Qu inermasters a the f dowing-nameo
posts, until 12 o'clock, noon, on Monday
April 7th 1831. at which nlaces and tt..To
the will be op ned, In presence oi bidders
for th- furnishing an t delivery of uilitar.'
sujipues uur ux tue usc.u year commencing
.Inly 1. 1 SI, and eudin June, so, 1SS3. -ah fol
lows : Wood. Coal, Ch rcoal. Oats, Barlev
Bran. Hay. and Straw, or Hav in Hph ir
Stnnv,x)rsuclior said supples as may be
Port.tnd, Orecon, Tort Canbv.V". T.
Boise Kai racks, I. r. Fort Walla Walla, tV, x.
& u. i. mun.t-' u. , , , cijwuuver uep i. w. T
l-orf oaard'AlMne. I T, K.,tt Klarath, Oroson.
Vo t lipnai, I.T,
Tue Govern nient resen-asthe rliht m
Ject any or all proposa s. Prcf rence will be
given o an icesoiuoinesitc production and
to articles of domestic production produced
on i he Pacilic co.ist. conditions of nnn t.mi
quality being equal, to the extent of con
sumption requueti uy tue public service
Blank proposals aud printed circular-,
giving fu'l particulars as to the mauuer of
bidding. &e .ili be furnished on applica
pon to this office or the Quartermasters at
the var'ous po-is inme I.
Envelopes censilium: proposals should be
marked: "Pr posals for at ,"
and addressed to the imderslgued or the
respective Post Quartenn.isters.
A. S. KIMBLL,
Major and Quaitern aster, U. S. A.,
The Astoria Passenger Line
WILL AFTER THIS DATE HAVE ITS
headquarters at its Stables next to B.
B. FrankhVs. two doors below The Asto-
iTAS.-fnif Ktrt-clal I.lvprv enrrina 'owo
wltli horse furnished, for one dollar per
nour. uarriiiu: uti apucuiiiu
Ttie Astoria Passenger Line Hacks will
leave for Upper Astoria from the stables.
Horses taken to board.
LOOK OUTlflK' M w
DURHAM PHJTg J-
fesRR.H If he'dtrona forarack-
XVOPWi aire of Blackwell's Bull
Jrfcllftv!! Durham Smokm? To-
" MUiaH bacco. as ho was told, he
i 3KfS, wouldn't ha-o beea
m v&iiiaBi cornered by tae bulb
L Sfiffiw 1W
& OR. w pv
L BYE'S M
Columbia Transportation Co.
The popular steamer
Which h.i been refitted for the comfort o
l.iissenjri'p. will leave WHon and
Fisher's dock every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6
A.M. arriving at Portland at 7 P. M.
Returning leaves Portland every
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 A. M.
Arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
An additional trip win be made on
Sunday of Each Week,
Leaving Portland at O o'clock
Passengers by this route connect at Kalama
for Sound ports. U. E. SCOTT,
Ilwaco Steam Navigation Go.'s
Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort Canby,
Connecting by stages aud boats for
Oysterville, Montesano and Olympia
JtS$ Until further notice the Ilwaco
SaOiM Steam Navigation Co.'s steamer
V 111 leave Astoria
On Mondays Thursdays, and Saturdays
(Oysterville and Montesano mall days.
at 7 A. M.
U-Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and Ilwaco
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 A. St..
as formerly, not being confined strictly to
Fare to Fort Canby and Ilwaco .75 cts.
j3-Ihvaco freb'ht, by the ton. In lots of
one ton or over, $2 per ton,
E-For Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at rlie office of the company, Gray's
wharf, foot of Benton stn-et.
J. H. D. GRAY',
Shoalwater Bay Transportation Co.
Astoria to Olympia,
Kort Stevens. Fort Canby, Ilwaco
North Bench. Oysterville. Xorth
Cove. Peterson Point. Ho-
Aud all points ou Shoalwater Bay, and Gray
On Columbia Rivet
" GEN. GARFIELD
Connecting with Stages over Portages.
Leave Astoria for Olympia, at - - 7 A. 31
On Mond.ys, Thursdays and Saturdays
arriving at Montesano the dav after leaving
Astoria through trip in 60 hours.
Leave Olympia for Astoria on same days.
BUY THE BEST !
Salmon Net Threads
Woodberry, and Needle Brands,
CORK Ail LEAD LIKES,
Fish Pounds, Seines, and XetB
Imported to Order. A
AND FISH HOOKS.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
517 and 619, MARKET STREET
SSTAisetits forthe Pacific Coast.
TJnion India Rubber Co's
Pure Para Gum
BEWAItE OF IMITATIONS I
Be sure the Roots are stamped CRACK
PROOF on the heels, and have the PURE
GUM SPRIXGS on the Toot and instep,
v hieli prevent their cracking or breaking
We a.e now making them with RUBBER
AA'U ISBESTOiJ Soles which will make
tbein hist more than twice as long as anj
Rubber boots made.
FOR SALE BY A LI. DEALEKS.
ALL KINDS RUBBFR BEL'lING. PACK
BOOTS AND SHOES. Etc.
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
it. u. iJiASK..jr. i Agents
S. M. RUNYON.
Street Improvement Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of Astoria,
Clatsop county, Oregon, propose to or
derthe improvement of West Eighth
street, in that portion of said city which
was laid out and recorded by John M.
Shlvely. In Clatsop couniy, Oregon,
from the north side of Cushing's Couit
treet. three hundred feet north by pi
ling, capping and planking said por
tion of atd street to its full wid Ii, and
bv building a slip at the north end ot
-.aid three hundred feet, and unless a
remonstrance signed by the owners ol
two-thirds of the property fronting on
said portion of said street be filed with
the Auditor and Clerk within ten days
of the final publication of this notice,
viz: Tuesday, March 25th, 1884. the
Common Council will order said im
provement to be made.
By order of the Common Council.
Attest: T. S. JEWETT,
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria, Oregon, March 4th, 1884. dlOt
Brewery Beer Saloon
The Best Beer 5 cts a Glass.
Hot Lunch every Day from 10 to 12 A. M
Tbf hesr of Liouors and Cigars on nana
ervedly popular ptace oi social
RESIDENTS OF SCHOOL DISTRICT NO
9 are hereby notified that the taxes foi
the year 1833 in said dbtrb-t are now due
and payable at the office of Badollet & Co.,
Upper Astoiia. j.E.HIGOINS.
Acting School Clerk.
Astoria, February 6, 18M.
Oregon Railway & Navigation
O CKAX I I VISION.
During the month of Februarv. 1884. Ocean
steamers will sail from Portland to Saa
nmilfM-Ptl illld fl-iiTn S,n I?mn.l.u T-
land, as follows, leaving Ain-worth Dock.
aarf. San Francisco, at 10 A. st. :
rrom San Francisco. J From Portland.
,. r n.. ."arc5l. ... Meh
Columbia Moa '0fOrej:on .Tbur
Matnnf.a! r:.n- .,in i.-
... .. ...... ..u. u ohm oi uu Thh 11
.,-, . ....... .i'iuuiuiuuia
-.uiu..ui mei a.uregoo
v.uu ...... . oua oi'
State of lI . Fri 4
-ifjlf A , f l?t "ll?)kJ V
Columbia. ...V.'.Mon 31
Thronch Tickets sold to all Drincloal
Europe? t1ie UnUed ste3; nSJS CJSS
Passenger Trains leave Portland for East
ern points, at 7 :30 P. M. daily
EIFER OIYISIO.V (Middle CaluMaj;
Boats Jeave Portland for Dalles at 79
Leave rort-l l I T
umd for IMonl Tu. IWclThu.
fl AM AM
cept Sand;.0" ff " t S . . dH& .-
ld!aastrp.au?. CM rWmiB t-
A.L. STORES.' aH-PRKMCsSr
Act' Geu'l Freight ad Pass, a40"-
Oregon & California R. R.
OREGON & TRANSCONTINENTAL
On and after February 24th, 18SI, trains wiU
run as follows : DAILY tExceTt Sundays)?
etweea PORTLAND andPHCNIX.
Portland.. 7 o a. silPhcenlx. .... s.-oo a. it.
riUBUlx 7:U) P. M Portland. a 2
ALBANY EXPRE88 TRAIN.
Portland 4 a) e. sr. Lebanon 9-aoV at
Lebanon i:45A.ar. Portland. loiSl! at
The Oregon aud Callfornla'RaUroadFerrv
makes connection with all Reirular Trains
ou Eastsiae Division. -" u
Between Portlnud and Cervallla
Portland 9 alo a. sr.,CorvallI 4 o V. v.
Loivallis 8 o a. 3r.!Portland.3 20 p.m.
t ..,, EXPRESS TKA1X
Portland-. 5 :00 pm McMinnvUIe 8 .-oopm
McMInuviile:45 a si Portland 8 JOasc
:.9l0e cotineclons made at Fhcenlq
w-ith the Stages of the Oreeon and Califor
nia Stage Company.
3"Tlcket3 for sale at all the principal
points in California, at Company's Office,
Corner F and Front its., r-ortland, Or.
Freight will not be received for shipment
after 5 o'clock p. at. on either the East or
Y est side Division.
K. KOEHLbR, E P.BOOEBS,
Gtn'l Manager. Aot'g 0:i74 Put. Axt
THE THINGVALLA LINE.
Is the only
Between NEW YORK and SCANDINAVIA.
First class Steamers and good usage.
Tickets for sale at A. X. JH.YS0X'S(
Agent, Astoria, Oregon.
A. M. JOHNSON. a J. JOHNSON.
Astoria Sail Loft.
SAILS, TENTS, AWNINGS,
And everythingelse pertaining to our
Lowest Price and Best Work.
For your Money,
At the Old Stand.
Leave your orders and get your work
done at once.
JOHNSON 4 CO.
Astoria, - - - Oreffta.
Leinenweber & Co.,
TANNERS AB CBTlRBilS,
Manufacturers and Importers ot
all kinds of
LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
Wholesale Dealers In
OIL AND TALLOW.
Highest cash price paid for Hides and
OREGON BLOOD PURIFIER
KIDNEY AND LIVER DISEASES.
Costiveness, Skin Diseasest
Dyspepsia, Piles, Etc., -
And various Female Complaints
induced by Bad and Defective
Circulation of the Blood.
Prlce.Sl ee per Bottle Six far 9 M.
J. H. D. GKAY,
Wholesale and retail dealer In. '
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AUD FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND, AND CEMENT. '
General storage and Wharfage, on reason
ibis terms. Foot olBacton street. Astl