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ASTORIA, OREGON:
SATURDAY MARCH 22, 1884
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
PORT OF ASTORIA.
VESSELS IN TF1E RIVER.
O
Olire H. Southard. Amsp MtWtRhincton, Am up
Red Cros, Aa sp
Highland Light, Am. ap
Helicon.
Til'ie K tirbuelc. Am
S. R. Mead. Am k
Rtrer Indus, Mr so
City of Oariinle. Br bV.
llnrtha Fiiber.
Cbaa. 'leswortb Br bk
Mernnt, Am sp
Eakdale. Br bk
Aoemwiih Castle.Br ap
VESSELS OA TEE WA Y.
From Foreign Ports, for vhe
Columbia Klrcr
ltatft, Br bk Liverpool Dec 5
Jorsalfarer. Nor bk Liverpool Kot 12
Kelverdale, Br bk 1191 N b W
Largo Law. Br sp Hall Marob 18
SonemcD, Br bk Liverpool Dee S
SUghoand. Br hk V73 Wilmington
Btlbet. Br bk 1(07 London Dee S
Tythonus, Brbk Loudon Dee 5
From American Fort.
Alameda. Am sp N Y Jan 15
Belle of Oregon, Am bk UKNew York Mar 1
TIDE TABLR FOR ASTORIA.
MARCH.
I
HIOH WATER. I
I
LOW WATER.
First Second. I First. Second?
2 2 S 2 2 S
j H a ecs if 3 .Sf
ft m. j n. hi. a ft y. j ft. n. ,v
S " " "
17 3 3S 6-5 5 00 G4 11 00 -0"2
18 4 22 82 5 55 6 2 11 41 -01
19 5 11 7H 6 51 C-0 - -
20 6 03 7-5 7 02 CO 0 00 31
21 7 04 7'3 8 64 CI 1 01 3"3
22 8 00 7-3 9 05 CM 2U 3"3
23 S 15 7 4 10 50 iH 3 17 3 0
24 10 21 7 6 11 30 7'0 4 27 25
25 11 23' J7-81 -- I--I 5 3S 1'8
28 6 15 vl 0 18 6-0 c S9 IV
27 0 51 86 1 00 7-0 7 33 0T
2h 1 2S HM 1 SI TO 8 20 0?
28 2 03 92 2 4tf 73 9 Oil -02
30 2 31 90 3 42 7 0 9 5-1 -05
31 3 Uta 8-7 4 43j U'o 10 41a -08
10 15
11 01
033
1 33
2 31
330
4 20
5 24
8 13
6 53
732
6 03
8 31
9 12
956p
The hours between mid Uht and noon are
designated by a (a. St.), those between noon
and midnight bv p (p. m ). OA. OJtn a denotes
midnight. Oh Win. i deiioten nonu.
Thr height is reckoiifd from the level of
average Imverlow waters to which the sound
lugs are given on the Coast Survey charts.
Astoria Ketail Market.
Flour per sack S1.40.
Wheat, per cental $2 00
Oats. ' Sl.75?.00.
Bacon, sides per fi, 14 to 18 cts.
Shoulders, 12K&15 cts.
llama, 162o cts.
Lutd, 16cts.
B'ef, 12K18 cts.
Mutton, 12K15 cts.
Pork, 12K15 cts.
Veal, 15 18 cts.
Butter, per roll 606T cts.
Egcs, per dozen25(g;w cts.
Potatoes, per 1001b 1J50 to 1.G5
Apples, green, pvr box-S2.00. to $225
Cheese, ier K 2025 to 40 cts.
Commeal, per lb 4 cts.
Oatmeal, " facets.
Beans, i cts.
Coffee, 12K40cts.
Tea, M 40IK)cts.
Rice, " 8 10 cts.
Sugar, 914 cts.
Syrup, per gallon 70c SL
Honey, per gallon $1.50.
Salmon, per kit $5.
Onions, per R 23 cts.
Apples dried per lb 1018 cts.
Peaches " " IS t18 cts.
Plums. " " 12K10cta.
Candles, per E 20 cts.
Chickens, per dozen SU.
flav, per ton S30.
Hides, per &69cts.
Oils, ier gnllon, boiled linseed, 75c;
raw linseed, 70c; coal oil, 40c; lardSl.25.
Columbia River Exports.
SHIPMENTS FOllEIQN.
JANCAHV, "84.
Wheat, 350 675 bus
Flour,'85,29G bbls
Total 10 cargoes .
FEBRUAEV.
Wbeat. 314,113 bus
Flour, 49 C09 bbli
8a nion. 4U1 cs
Lumber, 600 M ..
SSG7.276
..422.660
$769,942
$313,912
221,697
2,tr
7.000
Total, 9 cargoes $544,664
TUG BOAT CHARGES,
Following Is the schedule of prices for
towago 'n :iuct out over meioiuniDiti uar :
For vcsols not Inward .Outward
exceeding Loaded. Ballabt
800 tnns?i.ri0
800 to icoo tons.- 9yo
1000 to 1200 tons 22o
1200 to 1400 tons 275
1400 to ltJOO tons 300 '
S150 9150
175 175
200 200
225 250
250 300
FO.H
Finest Groceries,
&
S.
A FULL LINE OF
HARDWARE
AND
Ship Chandlery.
A--
NEW SLIP
Just Finished in Hear of Store.
The Gem Saloon.
The Popular Resort for Astorians.
-FOR THE-
Flnest of Wines and Liquors
Go to the GEM SALOON.
ALEX. CAMPBELL, - rEOPEIETOR.
INSTANTANEOUS PHOTOGRAPH
THE
California Flying Studio.
taneeus nroctss. Cklldren's Pictures a See.
clalty. "Tve study to pleas
fiKTAKCUll & BUTTON, Cor. Main St.
Copper Paint.
IN
HALF GALLON TINS.
At WILSON & FISHEE'S,
VA Liberal Dlstoant to the Trade.-i
FflAEB
M
THE REPTJBLICAX STATE C05YE5TI05
A Republican convention for the state
of Oregon is called to meot at the city of
Portland, Oregon, on Wednesday, the
30th day of April, 1851, at 11 o'clock A. M.,
ior mo purposo oi nominating caaui
dates for the following offices, to-wiU
Representative in congress, judge of the
supreme court, the presidential electors,
and district officers for the several judici
al districts, and to select air delegates to
attend the national Republican conven
tion, end to transact such other business
as may properly come before the conven
tion. . , ,
The convention will consist of 20G dele
gates, apportioned among the several
counties, as follews:
Baker 5iLake 2
Benton. -. 9 Lane 10
Olaokamas 10 Linn L-
Olatsop. 6 Marion-... 1
Columbia 4 Multnomah 85
Coos 6JPolk 8
Crook 5rTillamook 2
Curry 2;
Douglas 12
Umatilla
.12
Union
.. 7
.. 8
Grant 5 Wasco.
Jackson. 6
JoseDhine Si
Washington 8
Yamhill 9
Klamath Sj
Total 208
The same being one delegate at large
from eaoh county, and one delegate for
every 125 votes, and one for every frac
tion over one-half thereof, cast for Hon.
M. C. George, congressman, at the last
general election.
The committee recommend that the
priraarieffbe 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
central committees.
The committee earnestly recommend
that the deleoatoa elected to the state
convention attend in person, and if not
convenient for them to so attend person
ally, that they send their proxies by
electors of tho county they represent.
The Renublican voters of the state,
without regard to past political differ
ences, who are in favor of elevating and
dignifying American labor, giving free
popular education to the masses of the
people, effectually protecting all human
rights m every section oi our common
country, and who desire to promote
friendly feeling and permanent harmony
throughout the state by maintaining a
cting delegates
publican state oonvention.
SOL. HLBSOH, Chairman.
Portland, Oregon, Feb. 21, 1884.
THE DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION.
The state Democratic oonvention is
hereby called to meet at Dalles City, on
Thursday, the 17th of April next, at 10
o'clock A. M., ior me purpose oi nominal
ine candidates for the following offices;
Judge of the supreme court, three presi
dential electors, represeuiuuve iu iuu
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 publio and pri
vate. Deeming honesty the best policy, and
in striking contrast with the course of
the opposition party, we have named an
early day for the assembling of the state
convention. Our principles as. a party
will then be enunciated, and our candi
dates placed in the field subject to the
approval or consideration of the body
politic.
The variance 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 rankB, and a well
directed exertion of our strength, we
shall carry off the palm of victory. But
io insure ims tuu it is imperative mat an
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
nrecincts of our rxmular convention, but
do earnestly invoke all members of our
party to put aside past differences and
personal antagonisms, to unite m Har
monious action in the various primaries
and to sand 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 people, 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
with us.
AL ZLEBEB, Chairman.
P. H. D'Abct, Secretary.
DEMOCHATIC call.
The Democratic convention of Clatsop
county is called to meet at the county
court-house iu tho city of Astoria at on6
o'clock p. M. on the 12th day of April,
1884, for the purpose of electing dele
gates to the Deiuocratio Btat6 conven
tion. At some future date (to be named by
the committee) the same delegates will
be convened for the purpose of nominat
ing candidates for county officers and
transacting any other business that may
properly come before the meeting.
Tho county convention will be com
posed of fortyjone members apportioned
among tho voting precincts as follews:
Astoria 21
Clifton l
Clatsop 2
Fish Hawk 1
JohnDay l
Knappa 8
"Lewis and Clark 1
Mishawaka 2
SeaSTde l
Upper Astoria 5
Vesper l
"Westport l
Young'sUiver 1
Democratic primaries for the election
of delegates to the county convention
will be held in the respective precincts
on Saturday, April 5, 1534.
S. D. Anxra,
G. H. Stocktok,
Thos. Dealt,
C J. Tbekchabd,
. J. Mokkisox,
TV.T.CRoss,
County Committee.
Astoria, Oregon, March 15,1834.
BEMOViX: '
The Astoria Passenger Line
WILL AFTER THIS DATE HAVE ITS
headquanersatiteSUDles next to B.
B. Frankllns. two dore brlow Thk Akto
KiANofllce. First-class 1A very service Carta
with bone furnished, for one dollar per
hour. Carriages on application
The Astoria Passenger Line Hacks will
leav for Upper Astoria from the stables;
Horses taken to board.
MRS.T.O'BBIEN.
B. F. STEVENS & CO.,
CITY BOOK STORE.
Have Just received a mammoth atoek of
Books. The yowiR and old, rich and poor
can all be accommodated.
AGENTS TOR THK
Kraalek Sack b4 Xaa4sifel4t 4t
SetmlPiaaeiiaRd Westers'
Cettave vgtmu.
Orders for all kinds of Mestc orIatra
menta wul be promptly filled,
. .rr2vsftsQ0,
(jiticura
POSITIVE CURE
for every form of
SK1N&BLOOE
DISEASE,
fcSe
if
Mmm
rxoa
PIMPLES to SCROFUL
mo CLEANSE THE .-KIN. Scalp, and
JL Blood of It hinp, .-caly Pimply. Copper 1
Colored fccroruloup. inherited, and toi.ta
gious Humor?, Blood Pois-n?, Ulcer. Ab
sc fsos, nd Infantile fcin Tortures, tho Cv
tkuha Rem diis are in fit 1 iblo.
fntienra i-sivfn, tho new Bloo
Purifier, Diuretic. and Aneiient. expel dis
ease trernis from the blood and po s i rat ion,
and thu? removes the caiitc. CCTtrfa. th.
great Skin Cure, instantly all jya itching, and
li flammation, clears theSkin andS' alp, heal?
Ulcers apd Sores, lestores the Complexion,
Cuticcba Sop, an exqul.ite Skin BeautlSer
and Tiilet BoquHte, b indispensable in
treating skin dieeaes.and for rough, chapped
or it easy skin, blackheads, b otches, and ba
by humors. C ticura EFrxr oiks nro tho onl
infallible bkod purifiers and skin bcautiGers
Chaa. Ilonehton. Kq., law er, 2S.
State Street, Boston, reports a case of Salt
hheam order his observation for ten vearc.
which c vtred the patient's body and limb,
ana to wh'ch all l-norn methods of treat
ment 1 d been applied wi hout benefit.which
wa completely cured olel by the Cuticura
Hemkdij. leaving a clean and healthy skin.
Sir. anl MrK Everett Mrlihlus. Bclch
ertown. Mas3. write: Our little boy ww tot
ribly afflicted with crofula, alt l.hourn.
and EripelP over fi-c he waJ1 born, and
not hinir we could givo h.m holp-d him until
wo tried CuTit-UBi KnvKi.iM, which e adual
ly enrea him until ho is now as fair as any
child.
II. E Carpenter, Ifend-rfon. N. Y .
cared of 1'fonaf is or Lento?, of twenty years'
standing, by Cuticcka Kkmkdi m. 'ihe mo-t
won -orful cure n rec rd. A duMpan ul of
-fcalos fell fmm him daily. Pbyiicia s a d
hi fiiends thought ho mui-t die Ciirr- swi-rn
to before a juf tic of tho peace and Hender
son's most prominent citizens.
.llrn.S. E. Whipple, Decatur. Mich,
-rites hat her face, head, and some pxrtsof
her body were almost ra-. load covered
wi h fcabs Hnd sores. - offered tear ullv and
tried ever'thinc i'ermanenth cure i by ;he
Coticuha i.KMhLiEsfrom aikin Humor.
Sold by all rtruggUts. CuncLTiA.Sn eats :
ItESOLVKKT.Sl : SOAP,-5 Cftlt-. rOTTER
Dkug axd Chemical Co. Boitt.n
SfHd ror"IIor to Care Sklu llea.rs"
CATARR
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE,
Thr Great Balsamic Distillation of
Witch Has- . American Pine,
Canadian Far, Marigold.
Clover Blossom. Etc..
Fortheimtnedi terelWand Permanent "ure
of ovory f rm )f Catarrh, from a iunle Ilea I
Cold or Influenza t tbi Lo of -mell. Taste,
imd Ilrarin.;. Cough, I roncbitis and Incipi
ent Consumption. Hell fin live minute." in
any ami every a?o. Nothing hko it. iirato
f 1 fragrant, wLoleome. Cure begins fro n
first application, and is rapii, ladicil perma
nent, and ever failing.
On bottle Kadi' al Cure. onBo Catarrhal
Solvent and Sanford's Inhaler, all in one
pa-kago, forming a com leto treatment, of hll
d ugsisif fur 51, Ask ford ask hi'.-Kamcal
CL'KK. Pol the Dbuo and Cukiikal Co.,
lio tun.
DAIN
Collins Toltaic Electric
Plaster instantly affect"
the Nervous System and
b.imhe P in. A perfect
Vlaitrl n.ffav mam.
son
THE CUT blned with a Porous PIsa.
Or A tpr for 2.ri rente. 1 1 nnni.
SBfTEfittB KEEVE nilates Pain, vitalizes
Weak and Worn Out Parts, strengthens Tired
Murclcs. prevents di-ease. and does moro in
one half the time than any other paster in
the worl j. told every wh re.
SOCIETY JIEKTIXGS.
Temple LiOdfire, No. 7A.F.A.M.
REGULAK COMMUNICATIONS fi
flrsrt aud third Tuesdays in eacli xV
month, at 7H o'clock, p. m., at the V
Hali In AMona. Members of the oidcr in
good standing are Invited to attend..
By order of the W. M.
Beaver Lodge No 35, L O. O. P.
"OEGULAR MEETING EV-
Xt ery I liursdav evening at
sevrn o'clock, at the Lodge :S'Sg
room In Odd Fellows Hall, asio- m
ria. Sojourning members of the order In
good standing, cordially luvlted to ;rte d.
By order N. G.
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O. F.
REGULAR Mf. I INGS OF OCEAN EN
catnpment No. 13. I. o. O. F., at the
Lodge, In the Odd Fellows Building, ai
seven p. at., on the second sind founh
Mondays of eacn month. Sojourning bretli-it-n
cordially invited.
By order C P.
Seaside Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
Lodg.- No. 12, A. ). U. W. will be held
in Pythian Hall on Friday evening of ieh
wet-K, at 7 o'clock p. 5i. Members of :bc
order in good s.aiiding. and visiting Broth
ers are mviieu to atteiiu. Library will Ik;
open fifteen minutes leforc aud after each
meeting. By order
uy oruer m. yv.
ftHKmVN.Rec
Astoria Lodge No. 40. L O. G.I.
REGULAR MhETING EVEItY THUItS
day evening at 7 :80 o'clock. In the Hall
over Mr. Cases stm e. Membersof the Or
der. In good standing, aio lnylttd to attend.
By oruer V. C. T.
American Legion of Honor.
REGULAK MEETING OF ASTORIA
Council No 805' Is held on the first and
third Tuesday of each lnoutli, at 7 o'clock p.
St. By older of the Council Commander.
R.V. MONTE1TH, Hec'ty.
Cusbinff Post No. 14. G. A R.
REGULAR MEhTlNGS OF THIS POST
on the second and fourth Tuf-sdivs of
each month at 7-"!0 p. m. Visiting com
rades cordially luvlted. By Older
P.O.
Pacific Lodge No. 17, K of P.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS
l-odge every Friday evenlmr. at 7i'fl
o'clock, In thHr Castle Hall, Sojourning
Knights cordially ltivlt d to tten .
GEO. 1. WHEELER.
K. of R. aud S.
ABtor Lodge No. 6 K of P.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS
Lod every Wednesday evening, at
7 do o'clock, at their lodge room. In Pythian
Ca-tle. Sojourning Knights i-ordlullv Invlt
ed to attend. W. U ROBB.
IC. of R. and S.
Common Council.
REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND
fourth Tuesday evenings or each month
at 754 o'clock.
fcS"lersons desiring to have matters acted
upon by the Council, at any regular meet
ing must present the same to the Auditor
aud Clerk, on or before the Friday evening
urhrtotbe Tuedaj on wMcl: the Council
holds Its regular meeting.
THOS S.JEWETT,
Auditor and Clerk.
Magnus C. Crosby
Dealer in
lAfiDWABI, DM, STEEL,
iron Pipe and Fittings,
STOVES, TINWARE
AND
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET .LEAD STRIP LEAD
SHEET IRON,
Tin. and Ooppor.
ssrrC
A Narrow Pivot.
The assertion is constantly being
made that neither party can win the
presidency without tho vote of New
lfork. 'lhe 2 imes of that city says:
"If the man named for president by
the .Republican convention is not
thoroughly acceptable" to the people
of this state, theEepublicansin other
states cannot avert his defeat" On
the Democratic side we find the con
ditions are quite as hard. If the man
named tor president by the Demo
cratic convention is not acceptable to
Tammany, the Democrats in other
states cannot avert his defeat. Tam
mauv prevented the nomination of
Tilden in 1880. The 60,030 voters who
act independently, but are generally
classed as Democrats, stood in Jr.
Tilden's way to tho presidency at a
time when ne might have been elected.
A man named John Kelly controls
these 60,000 votes. They have made
him their chief, and at election time
put their votes where Mr. Kelly
thinks they will do the most good.
Thus the pivotal state of New York
narrows down to Tammany, and Tam
many to John Kelly. If this cast of
the situation is correct, John Kelly
can dictate to the next Democratic
national convention. If it makes a
nomination ho does not like, he can
defeat it by the casting of his 60,000
votes in New York. This is a rather
pitiful state of affairs. The political
arena should be made broader by tho
introduction of new issues. It is not
consistent with true democracy that
one man. at the head of 60,003 voters,
should direct a policy in which more
tuan iu,uuu,uuu voters are vuauy in
terested. Tammany wa3 organized
to control local politics. Its aim is to
secure a larger share of patronage
than would belong to it as a general
part of the Democratic party. When
its claims have not been recognized
within the party, it has not hesitated
to set up for itself. It defeated the
Democratic candidate for governor
in 1879, and its threat kept Tilden out
of the nati6nal convention in 18S0.
A lofty ideal cannot be reached by a
party whose policy is dictated by a
small faction whose motive is the
spoils of office. The Democrats may
not be able to do without Tammany,
but their dependence is an element of
weakness. When the 5,000,000 or
6,000,000 voters who are expected to
support the Democratic ticket
throughout the country are informed
that Gu.OOO of their number, who hap
pen to live in New York, can, by
virtue of their power cs a compact
body of voters in a pivotal state, de
mand the nomination of this or that
man, and demonstrate their ability to
defeat the ticket if their demand is
not complied with, a portion of the
5,000,000 or 6,000,000 may come to the
conclusion that a party so led may
as well be beaten anyhow.
A subscription to a Bridgeport,
Conn., journal has been stopped by a
lady who writes that 'my husband
has passed to that land where thcr3 is
no need of the news of the earth, and
as my residence for the present is un
certain, you will please discontinue
the paper.
At the New York Welsh eisteddfod
the other day the refrain of one of
the songs was "Gtflad, gwlad, pleidol
wyf rm gwlad. That sounds like a
dude with a hot potato in his mouth
It coat3 twenty-seven cents to send
a letter from the United States to
Patagonia. It means business when
a young man gets a valentine from
Patagonia.
Mr. E. A. Little, American Novelty
'Co.. 201 Pitt St., Sydney, N. S. W.,
certifies that his wife has been cured
by St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain-reliever,
of severe rheumatism.
Wood Yard.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE THE ASTO
rla Wood Yard. Gray's Dock, foot of
Bcui on street, will sell wood at the follow
ing pncis and deliver wherever the streets
are planked, between Trulllnger's Mill and
O'Brien's Hotel, bac to Astorstreet :
Greeu Alder, 2-cut SI CO per cord. Ion S3 75
Drv do do 4 75 do do 4 00
Gr'nHemlo'k do 4 50 do do 8 75
Dry do do 4 7i do do 4 00
Green Beach do 4 7 do do 4 00
Green Fir do 4 75 do do 4 (X)
I)iy Fir do 6 00 do do 4 Zt
Extra Maple
H-id S. limns do 6 00 do do 5 23
Vine Maple
auu S. limbs do 5 75 do do 6 00
Wood of All Kinds
By the Scow losd at REDUCED RATES.
J IE l. Git AY"
Astotla. February 1st. 18S4
Brewery Beer Saloon
The Best Beer 5 cts a Glass.
H.ot Lunch OYbry Day from 10 to 12 A. Jl
The best of Liquors and Cicars on hand.
A deservedly popular place 01 social resort.
:ko. iiti.i.Ki:
Drugs and Chem icals.
I J. E. -THOMAS,
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O
DRUGGIST
r
HU
A Pharmacist,
AST0RIA7O
w
C5 w
-sa yv
rrescriptlons carefully compounded j
Day or Night.
GERMANIA BEER HALL
-AND-
BOTTLED BEER DEPOT,
Chenamus Street, Astoria.
The Best of Lager 5 Cts. a Glass.
Orders for the Celebrated
Columbia Brewery Beer
Left at this place will be promptly
attended to
wNo cheap Sau Francisco Beer soM at
this place.
Wm. BOCK, Proprietor.
FOR SALE.
IN LOTS TO SUIT. FR M 5 ACRE TO
40 acre tract In S. w. corner of Chas.
Stevens D. a Title perfect. For particu
lars inquire at office of N. I). Raymond, City
Hall ; or on the premises of O. -1. Young.
Astoria, Her. id, ine.
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M
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fepsy
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Absolutely Purei
ThP tM'-Mler never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and wliole-omenes". More
economical thn the i nllnary kinds, and
annot lio sold In compe'ltlou with the mul
titude ot Ioa- teat short weigh', alum or
pho.ph:tt powders. Sold only in cans. HOV
alBakixo I'owdek Co.. 106 Wallet. X. .
The Emperor Louis Napoleon smoked
only the finest cigars the world could pro
dnce. Prof. Horsf ord says the Emperor's
cigars were made specially for him In Ha
vana from leaf tobacco trrowa in tho Golden
Beltof Xorth Carolina, Uds beinff the finest
leaf grown. Blackwell Bull Durham
Smokinir Tobacco is made from the same
leaf used In the Emperor's cigars. Is abso
lutely pure and is unquestionably the best
tobacco ever offered.
Thackeray's rifted daughter. Anne, in
hersketchof Alfred Tennyson, In ITarptrU
JIoni7.li, tells of her visit to the great poet.
She found him 6mokincr BlackwcU'fl Bull
Durham Tobacco, sent himbyBJcn. Jamea
Biif sell Lowell. American Minister to the
Court of St. James.
In these days of adulteration. It ts a com
fort to smokers to ioic that the Bull Dur
ham brand is absolutely pure, and made
from the best tobacco the world produces.
Blackwcll's Bull Dnrham Smokinjr To
bacco is the Utt and purest made. All
dealers have It None genuine without
the trade-mark of the BulL
INE OF THE OLDEST AND HOST RELIABU
REMEDIES IN THE WORLD FOR
THE CURE OF
Couglis, Colds, Hoarseness.
Sore Throat, Bronchitis,
Influenza, Asthma,
Whooping Cough,
Croup, and
Every affection of tho
THROAT, LUNGS AND CHEST,
including
CONSUMPTION.
A WELL-KNOWN PHYSICIAN WRITE3t
" It does not dry up a cough, and leave tbe cauw
cchind, as is the case with most preparations, Lu
bosens it, cleanses the lungs and allays irritau'ou
ihus removing the cause of complaint."
DO NOT EE DECEIVED by ankles bcaj
ng similar names. Be sure you get
DH. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY,
vith the siguatutc of" I. BUTTS " on theuTapper
CO "enta and Sl.'O a UoUK.
Prr,-a t! bv ETH W TO'"! C . OxV, !
(ncFoncl
T?LECTRO-VOLTAIC BELT and otuer Electbi
ill ArruixcKS nro sent on lo Days' Trial T
MEN ONLY. YOUNG OR OLD. who are Miffei
.nir froni Nervous Debiutv. Lost VrrALm
Wastmo WKAKXESSZ3, and all thoio d'sootcs or i
P2ES0KAI. Ntotie, resulting fiom ABUSKl nn
Omen Cacs-a. Speed relief and cnmplet
reiteration to nrAL7it. Vtooa and Mashoo
Iuarastkfd. Bend at onco for Illu3tratt
famphlet f ree. Address
VOLTAIC nfp CO., uTaralinU. Ullcb
PIANOS
AND
O RGANS
SMALL MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
Piano, and Organ Instructors.
-CELEBRATED
STECK&OIBE PIANOS 1
AND
THE Ti'OXDr.RFUIi
LITTLE GIANT STECK PIANO
USED BY
PIIESIDENT OF FNITED STATES
GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF CANADA
GOVERNOR tF OREGON.
ASTORIA MUSICAL SOCIETY.
MRS. J. W. Ci )NN, or Astoria.
D A. McINTOSH. Esq. "
J.D.HlGGINS.Esq. '
CHAS. WRIGHT, Esq.
And by Manr Other Prominent Mnjlclaas.
CELEBRATED JABER ORGANS.
Eleg-ant Parkard Orchestral Orsan
Only exclusive Music House In the North
west, only wholesale and retail House In
the Northwest.
GARDNER Bros.,
165 First St., Portland, Oregon.
MW
. FIR. tf ?
lkblEs ji.
TRANSPORTATION LINES.
Hwaco Steam Navigation Go.'s
WINTER SCHEDULE.
Astoria to Fort Sieuens, Fort Canby,
and lluact.
Connecting; by stagi-a audjwats for
Oysterville. Montesano and Olympia
t,pr? WntU runner notice the Ilwnco '
2abUp, Steam Naviimn Co.'s steamer I
CSreix. Miles,
"V ill leave Astoria
On Mondays Thursdays, and Saturdays
(Oysterville ami Montesauo mall days.
at 7 A. t,l.
FOB
Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and liwaco
ox
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 a. m..
as formerly, not being confined strictly to
schedule time.
Fare to Fort Canby and Hwaco, ...T5 ets.
EST-Ilwaco frel'-'ht. hy the ton. In lots of
one ton or over. 82 per ton,
ESFnrTIckPts, "lowage or Charter ap
ply at the oQlce of the company, Gray's.
wharf, foot of Bentoa street.
J.ILD.ORAY,
Agent.
BUY THE BEST!
BARBOUR
Irish Flax
Salmon Net Threads
Woodberry, and Needle Brands,
SEINE. TWINES.
CORK Mfijlll) LINES.
Flab PoundN, Seines, and Xetf
Imported to Order. A
LarieSlocMMliiJisliI
AND FISH HOOKS.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
HENRY DOYLE & CO..
517 and 519, MARKET STREET
SAN FRANCISCO.
:3T"Agenis for the Pacific Coast.
ASK FOR
Union India Bubrjer Co's
Pure Para Gum
CRACK PROOF
RUBBER BOOTS.
BEWAltK OF IMITATIONS I
Be sure the Boots are stamped GRACE
PiOOFuiithe heeb. and have the PUHl
GUM SPRINGS on me fi-oi aud mstcp
A'hluli prevent thrtr cracking or hreakmg
A'e a.e now nuking them wttli RUUUhti
J.iVD ASBESTOS Soles which will tnaki
t'teni last more than twice as long as am
Itubher boots nindt
FOttSALE B ALL DEALEHS.
AJ.L KINDS KU1SBKR BEL1ING. PACK
ING, IIOSK.Sl'RlNJJS.CLorillNO,
Bi HITS AND SHOE-.. Etc.
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. 11. PEASK. Jr. i Agents,
S. M. RUNYON. J Sou Eranclsco
f!RST QUALITY LUMBER.
THE
WESTPORT
MILL COMPANY
IS IN THE FIELD AND FROPOSES TO
remain.
We will take orders for lumber from 10
to N)o M., at the mil. or deli vei cd.
. We also manufacture mill and shingles ol
Al quality.
Elooring a Specialty .
Address all orders
WESTPORT MILL CO.
3. C, BEXA'EK, Supt.
Proposals for Military Supplies.
Headquarteus Department "1
ok the Columbia.
Office of('hif Qurieumaster, J-
VANCOUVER OARRACKS. W.T , i
.March C. 1SS1. J
SEALED PR0P5ALS, IN TRIPLICATE,
subject ti th- usual conditions, will he r -ceived
at tliU of&.e or at th- ofllci s of the U.
S. Qu irtermasters a the Lulowing-naiiien
posts, until 12 o'clock, noon, on Muday
A mil 7th 1831. at which places and time
I hey will be op ned, hi i.resence ol bidders,
for the furnishing an I delivery of military
supplies during the Uscal year commencing
Julv 1. 1 1. and eudiiu Juut io, 18S5. ax ioi
lows: Wood. foal. Cli rcoal. Oats, Barley.
Bran, Hay, and Straw, or Hay In lieu ot
Straw, or such of said supp les as may be
required at
Portland. Orccon, Foi t Canby. W. T,
Boise Hat racks, I. T, Fort Walla Walla. W, T,
Fort Towu-. d. W. r, Vancouver Uep t. W.T.
rort CBurd'AInne. IT, Ft. it Klamath. O-econ.
KortSpukane, W.T, i"urt Mttaua, Urexou.
Ko t upw&i, i,T,
Ttie itovoriiuieiit reserves the rlpht to re
ject any or all ptopoa s. Pref rente will be
given o ante us ot domestic pro.iuctit.n and
to articles of domestic pnduRitou pniduced
on the Pacitic co.tst, coiiditlotis ! price Mid
quality being equal, to the extent of con
sumption leqnircd by the puulic service
then-.
Blank proposals and printed circular .
giviugiu l parilcu urs us t- the uiuiihit !
uitldim:. &'., hi be furnished on aiphca
i ou to this'oluce or the Quatt.rtuasters a.
he var ons po-is uarae I.
Envelope ciimuluiug pioposals should be
marked: "l'r poaabtor -at ."
and aitdres'ied to the undersigned or the
leapectlve Pist Qnaiternnsters.
A.S KIMBALL.
Major and Qua! tern aster, U. S. A.,
Clilef Quartermaster.
Sheriff's Sale.
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION is
sued out of the Hon. Circuit Court ol
the Sta e o Oregon, for the County f Clat--op
on the loth day -f F-biuary, 1884. and
to me directed on a di cree for ion closure til
b naln timrtgaue U-ns wherein lsiac Herg-
ma'i, plaint u te-overeu a judgement aim
dectee of foreclosure again t Peter H. Fox.
u bert Fox and Lily Fix, defendants ri
the sum of three hundred and forty-flve
d 'liar-, be ides the roits and accruing costs
ind exp- uses. I havo 1. vied upon and will
sell at Dublic auetiou on the M day ol
Match, 183, at 2 o'chckP. M. ol said day.
at tne court nous ' noor in vsiona. ui usop
Couutv. TPion. for cash In hand at tlm ol
sale, a'll rlcht. tlth .and Interest the ah ve
named defeudatus have In the to lowing de-
sciloeil real pnipeitv. to wit : wis one ana
two In block 130. In Mct'lure's Astoria. Cla'
Mp C iunty, Oregon as extended by Cyrus
uiuey.
A.M.TWOMBLY.
feblO d-C0.i .sheriff.
Stop That Horse I
From Slipping.
USE THE PATENT SHOE.
George MoLane
HAS JU.VT RECEIVtD A P.VTENT
Horsehoe from the I'atent Offlee. for
the purposo or preventing all classes of hors
es from slipping on plank, 9stePT?.ad'.
Horses short with this shoe WILL NOT
SLIP. A trial wi 1 convince anyoue.
Ikeep Two FirMt-cIifH Hhoers In
my shop. Try the NEW SHOE.
9-Cnrng and Contracted Hoof cure
a specialty.
No .atwactton no pay.
TRANSPORTATION LINES.
Oregon Railway & Navigation
C03I PAXY.
OCEAN I1 VIMIOX.
Dnr.nc the month f Man-h. 16S4, Ocean
Steam) rs wi 1 siil from Portland to San
Fnnic'cn. and fr.tn an Fninclsco to Port
laud, as fellows, leaving Ain .worth Dork,
L'..r land, at Midnight, ami Spear Street
Wharf, ban rraiiciscu. at 10 A. m. :
rromSan Francisco.
March
From Portland.
March
tatenfral Wrd 5 Cnlnmbia
1
Columbia Mon 0 OnrKon
Uregtui .... at 15 Mate of Cal..
.-taieof ....riur "Ji'iCo umbia....
Tliur 6
.Tdm 11
. Nan 15
. ..Fri 21
...Wed 26
....Mon 31
April
...Sat 3
uiiia oia Tuts & Urrson
uregon sun Si
Mate f Cul
April
tute of Cal . Fri 4
Cotumbla...
Oregon
Throush Tickets sold to all principal
cities In the United States, Canada and
Europe.
RAIL DIVISION.
Passenger 1 rains leave Portland for East
ern polnu, at 7 :30 P. M. daily.
UIYESt DIVISION (Middle Columbia) t
Boats leave Ponland for Dalles at 7 &
A M.
AL30 :
Leave Port
land for
JMonl Tu. lwe.lThu.1 FrL I Sat.
V'torla and I I I
lower Co-1 I I I
lumbla....lSAM 6AM RAM SAM
Dayton. Or. ;7 AM J 7AM.1
SAM
7 AM
6 AM
r. ""..: f IkAMl I aiu
orraills..! ,-
Victona-Hfj- AM;6 1McAM',6 AM,;
AM
Leivcs storia for Portland at 6 a. in. daily ex
cept honday.
Pullman Palace Cam runniaj? between Port
land, and St. Paul,
, t c,- C. H. PRESCOTT.
A. L. STOKES. Manager.
j.v.i.K uci. i rmsmua la33. Act
Oregon & California R. R.
OREGON & TRANSCONTINENTAL
COMPANY, LESSEE.
On and after February 24th, issi, trains will
r ju as lollows : DAILY ,Kxcept Sundays).
EASTSIDE DIVimON".
etween roKTLAMl and 1'BCVIK.
, . ,, MAIL TRAiy.
LFArE. ARRIVE.
Portla-id 7 :30 a. m Phoenix 5:00 a.m.
Phcenix.. 7:t0P.ai i'ortlaucl 4:25 P.M.
Albany express tkaip
n LEAVE. ARRIVE.
Poriland 4 rfX) p. m. Leb:inou 8 50 p. ic
.t-baiion 1 :15 a. M. Pottlaud... 10 :03 a. H
Thf Oregon and California Railroad Ferry
manes connection with all Regular Trains
IU JUlSlSIuC AMV1SIOU.
westsioe division.
Itetween loriiiml and Corvallia
MAIL TRAC-
TAVE. ARRIVE.
Portland 9 :00 a. m. Corvaili ..4 :30 T. M.
o vallb 8 : a. at. Portland 3 aop.at
EXPRESS TRAIN
t LEVVE. ARRIVE.
Portland 5 :00 P M McMlntivllIe 8 :00 fK
.McMiunviue5:l5 am Poitland 80aji
Clo-e co u:ec Ions made at Phoenlq
wltn the Mages of the Oregon and Califor
nia Stage Company.
iMT'ilcRe s ior .sale at all the principal
points lu California, at Company's Office,
Jorner F and Front tits., Portland, Or.
Freight wi 1 not be received for shipment
alter 5 o'clock p.m. on either the East or
West siile Division.
II KOKHLf.R,
Qi.n'1 Manager.
E P.ROGF.R8,
Act'g G. t & Pass. Agt
Notice of Chief of Police.
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issue-i by the Auditor and
Clerk of the city of Astoria in Clatsop
cottn y, state ol Oregon, on the 19th day
1" February, if84, and to ine directed,
commanding me to levy upon aud sell
as by law provided, lot numbered 6, in
block numbered KM. in that portion of
said city of Astoria which was laid
out and recorded by John M. Shively,
to s.itisty an assessment of S2KJ.20.
as declared and assessed upon said
lot 6 by ordinance INTo. 567 of
.-aid city, fur the improvement
and repair of that portion of West
Eigutti .street in said city, between the
aouth side of Water street and the south,
sideot Cedar street, as provided and
directed by ordinance No. 5(50 of said
city, I have levied upon said lot 6 aud
shall proceed to sell the same at public
auction to the highest bidder lor cash
iu baud, at the court house door of Clat
sop county, which court house is in said
city, on the 21st day of April, 1884, at
the hour of ten o'clock a. m. of said day
to satisfy said sum ot $2ftJ,20, and costs
of sale. The names or the owners of
said lot as designated by said ordinance
No. 567 are V. W. Parker and G. W.
Parker.
C.W.LOUGHERY,
Chief of Police of said City of Astoria
Notice of Chief of Police.
Notice is hereby tiiven that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the Audiior and
Clerk of the City of Astoria, in Clatsop
county, state of Oregon, on the 19th day
of Feiivuary, lcS4, and to me directed,
commanding me to levy upon and sell
a by law provided, lot numbered 6 In
olock numbered 1&, in that portion of
aid citv of Astoria, which was laid out
and recorded by John M. Shively, to
satisfy an assessment of forty dollars as
declared and assessed upon said lot 6
by ordinance No. 548 of said city for the
improvement and repair of that
portion of Water street in said
city between the west sirt of West 6th
street and west end of Water street as
ptovided and directed by ordinance No.
31 of said city, I have levied upon said
lotb'andshalf proceed to sell tne same
at public auction to the highest bidder,
for cash in hand, at the court house
door of Clatsop County, which court
house is iu said city, on the 21st day of
April, 1884. at the hour of ten o'clock A.
m. of .aid day, to satisfy said sum of
lorty dollars and costs of sale. The
nauies of the owners of said lot as des
ignated by said ordinance No. 54S are
W. V. Parker and G. Vv . Parker.
C. YV. LOUGHERY,
Chief of Police of said City of Astoria
Proposals for Transportation.
Headquarters Department
of the Columbia.
Office of ohiek quahtehmasteb,
Vancouver Bakracks, W.T..
M-.iwh K 1U.
OFJVI.ED PROPOSALS. IN TRIPLICATE.
O subject to the usual conditions. wiU bo
received at this office, until 12 u'clO'-k.uoon,
mi Munday, April 7. 1R34, at which time and
place thrv will be op ned In the presence of
hid .era. for the transportation ofralIiary
supplies on the foil .wing described routes
during ear commencing July l, Ij84, and
ending June 30, 1685;
niton Trannportntlon.
Route No 1 sookaue Falls, W. T., to
Fort Spokane. W.T. A
kuuteNo 2. Ashland, Oiegon, to Fort
Klamath. Ore.on. ,
Rou iK No.s Pendleton, Oregon, to BoUe
Barracks. I. T. ,
It ute No. 4. Kuua. I. T., to Boise Bar
racks, I. T.
Route No. 5. Rathdrum, L. T., to Fort
Cceurd'Alene. I.T. ,-,...-.
iioute No. 6. Lewiston, I. T., to Fort
Lapwal. I.T.
teinipr Transportation.
Route No. 7. For trmsportatlonof U.S.
Military Supplies between AStmla and Fort
Stevens. regon. and Fort Canby, W. T.
route No. 8 Between Poitland, Oregon,
and V ncouver, W. T.
lhe Government reserves the right to re
Jeet an or ah proposals.
Blank prop isals. orm of contracr. and
printed drcul , giving full Information as
to ihe in-inner of bidding, terms of contract
and pavnn nt. will be furnished on applica
t on to 'this office. . , ,
Envelope contalnirg proposals should be
marked : 'Proposa s For Transportation on
Route No. ," and addressed to We
undersigned. ,.....,,
A. S. KIMBALL.
Major and Quartermaster, U. S. A.,
Chief Quartermaster.
Hotice.
TVOTICE 13 HERE Y GIVE V THAT I SOLD
Li and (iUpoed of all mr interest in and to tie
firm of Wherry 4 o. to U.J Trenchard on May
rirst. 1Sj abd that sinca said data I hira sot
lean a partnsr nor huva I had any Interest la aald
flrm.nor hv I novr an Intere.t tharrln. and I
hereey gira notion that I will not ba ra.ponawa
for auy ff tho debts or II ibhtlei onn ractad
alnca said data or which may b hereatter cor
.ud bywldfina. BOBaT 0ABUTasafc