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APkIL 3, 18S1
POUT OF ASTORIA.
VESSELS I A' THE RIVER.
Olive S.Sonthard. Amsp MtWashiwrwn. Ara p
KsdOros Amtp Highland Mclit, Am. -p
TitHe E "UruucK, Ara Martha FMier,
S. R. Mpad, Am tIc Chas. .V)teworta Ilr bK
Hirer Ind , Hr so Merra, Am 6p
Cm of Cnrlisle. Ur hk Eskdale. Br bk
AtteaBejt Am bk Awr.twlib Ca-ile.Ur up
VESSELS tA THE WA1.
t-ioin ForcJiru Prts, for the
Uatft.iJr bl Liverpool Dee 5
Jors&liarer, Nor bk Liverpool Not 12
Kolverdalo, Br bk 1191 NbW
Largo Lew. Br tp Hnll March 13
Norseman. Br bk Liverpool Dec 3
Staghonnd. Br bk ITS Wilmington
Silhet. Br bk 1037 London Dee 6
Tythonus, Br bk London DecS
From American Porta.
Alameda? Am sp 3i Y Jan IS
Belle of Oregon, Am bk 1 1 W 2fen or Mar 1
TIDK TABLi: FOB AWTORTA.
HlOn WATKU. WW WATER.
First. Second. I First, Second.
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lit 50 IT-3
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10 04 8
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i he hours between mid .Uhtaud noon arc
lt-..'u:itt-d bi a ( 3D. those between noun
.idTnidniRlii b piv. M ). oft. 00m a denote;
ir.i I night, oft. m;n. denotes noon.
rhe height . :fKo':t d trora the level of
average low er low waters to which the wund
lug jut; gltcu on the JVntst Sut vey charts.
Columbia River Exports.
Wtie.it, -"CO 073 bu.-. .. .....
Flour. 85.290 bbls
ToUil 10 caigoes . ...
Wheat. 3U.U3 bus
rioint4U CW libN- -..
-n mm .411 o .....
I uuil)r, CUl M - -.. 7.0f0
Total. 9 cargoes. ... 544.004
An tori a. Uetail .tlarket.
Flour per sack S1.40. .
Wheat, per cental S2 00
Oats. " Sl.75?.00.
Bacon, sides per 2. 14 to 18 cts.
Shoulders, " 12K10 crt.
llaius, 1620 tits.
Laid, " mcts.
Mutton, 12J15 cis.
I'ork, 12K1 cts.
Yenl, 1518 cts.
Butter, per roll GU(&3 cts.
Egss, per do7.en2530 els.
PotaUies, per 100B 1.50 to 1.G3
Apples, green, per box 32.00. to 3253
Cheese, per lb 20Qi25 to 40 cts.
Coinuieal, per lb 4 ets.
6 10 cts.
Syrup, per gallon 70c Si.
IJoney, per gallon S1.50.
Salmon, per kit S3.
Onion-, per 11 23 cts.
Apples diled per & 1018 cts.
Peaches -' " IS 18 cts.
Plums, " ' 12 10 cts.
Candles, per tt 20 cts.
Clilekens. per dozen SO.
Hay, per ton 330.
Hides, per a 0 9 cts.
Oils, per gallon, boiled linseed, T5c;
raw linseed. 70e: coal oil, 40e: lard Si. 25.
Tltf BOAT CHAItGKS.
Following is the schedule of prices for
towage n and out over the Columbia Bar :
For vessels not . Inward Outtrard.
oiceedutg Loaded. Ballast.
800 to 1000 tons... 200
1000 to 1200 tons... 225
1200 to 1100 tnns.. Y7Z
ki1o itv:;i,j jyj
Tin receipts of ceitain articles of Oi
c:-.m produce at San Francisco, from
Jam:aiy l. 18S1, to March 2Gth, Inelu
sue, nave ;.con as follews:
Fjpiir, qr V.,s 158 574
heat, ctls . 68 097
Oats, cHm ;ci
Salmon, bbs.................. m
hf 'bl3 H5
cs - S.&3 1
Aut.'ps. lti;'e. bxs..........
butter, pkip. ..."I2."..".""!17.7.. "7
Potatoes, 5i;s...2. ....... 6 043
Wool. li:,;os ....................... -iht
Hides. lw) ... 6JJ13
Tallow. pk;N .. :2S
Bevf, bbla ;.. 181
JIa . , ball's : .
Krtiltr Dried, pkgs
Le:il her. pUgs .
Hops, bales .
Hams, pkg .....w...
Flaxseed, sks ."
iru, cils . .. ....
Canned Goods, o . . ,.M..M.
Iird, pkgs ..
Bacon, ca...... .
Leineuweber & Go.,
TAMERS ABB CUMES,
Manufacturers and Importers of
jill kinds of
LEATHER AM MBIES.
Wholesale Dealers In
OIL AND TALLOW.
Jllghistca&h price paid for Hides and
To Ail Whom It May Concern.
HAVING THIS DAY" SOLD MY ENTIRE
necunlarv Interest In the Mercandtfl
Business, to R. IL Carnahan, in- (Caruanan)
will pay all bills (If any) owing by mo, on
accouut of said mercantile business, and all
amounts d 10 mo on account of the same
should be paid to Mm.
I desire to kiudh thank nil my friends and
patrons for our libera! support duriugahe
Tift een vear I Jiave ben with you. aud I
desire to bespeak for my successor even
more 1'beral iiatronage than j ou have given
me. With some regrets and much pleasure
I step dowu and out.
I. W. CASE,
Astoria, March 21st, 1831.
.tShiloh's Cure "Will immediately
relieve Croup, whooping cough "and
Bronchitis. Sold hv W. TC Dprnent.
Bronchitis. Sold by w. E. Dement
THE REPUBLICAN STATE C0XVE5TI0S
A Republican convention for tho state
of Orepon ip called tb meet nt the city of
Portland. Oregon , on "Wednesday, the
30th day of April, 181, at 11 o'clock a. m.,
for the purpose of nominating candi
dates for the following offices, to-wit"
Representative in congress, judge 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 before the conven
tion. . . , ,
The convention will consist ot uo dele
gates, apportioned among the several
counties, as follews:
Baker 5Lnko - -
'Benton. -. 9 Lane i
Clackamas 10 Lmn -
Clatsop. 6!Manon-... 1
Columbia 4Mnltnomah 85
ThuoomAholno one delegate at laxse
from each' oodnty, 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
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 rjersoni
ally, that they send their proxies by
electors of the county they represent.
The Republican voters of the state,
without regard to past political differ
ences, who are in favor of elevating and
dignifying Amerioan 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
friendly feeling and permanent harmony
throughout the state by maintaining n
government pledged to these objeots
and privileges, nre cordially invited to
unite in selecting delegates to the Re
publican state convention.
SOL. HIR80H, Chairman.
Portland, Oregon, Feb. 21, 1884.
THK DKSOfiUTIC STATU COS VEaTIOX.
The state Democratic convention is
herebv called to- meet at Dalles City, on
Thursday, the 17th of April next, at 10
ociock a. ., tor tne purpose oi nominat
ing candidates for the following offices
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 bnsinesas may of right
come lefore 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 tho best policy, and
in striking contrast with the course of
the opposition party, wo have named an
early day for the assembling of the state
convention. Our principles as a party
will then be enunciated, and our candidates-
placed in the field subject to the
approval or consideration of the body
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 ranks, and a wefl
direoted exertion of our strength, we
shall carry 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 aotual canvass but in its
very initiation the county primaries.
We do not presume to trespass upon the
precincts of our popular convention, but
do earnestlv invoke all members of our
party to put aside past differences and
personal antagonisms, 10 uxuie iu uurr
monious action in the various primaries
ana to send fall 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 chesen: We especially recommend
the formation of local clubs, where prac-.
ticable, throughout the state.
Relieving 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 publio affairs to unite
AL ZD2BER, Chairman.
P. H. D'Ancv, Secretary.
The Democratic convention of Clatsop
county is called to meet at the count
court house in the city of- Astoria at one
o'clock i m. on the 12th day of April,
1&34, for the purpose of electing dole
gates .to the Democratic state conven
tion. At some future date (to be named by
the committee) the Bame delegates will
,btj convened for tho purpose of nominat
ine candidates for cauntv- officers and
transacting any other business that may
properly come before the meeting.'
The county convention will b com
posed of forty-one members apportioned
among the voting precincts eb follews:
Astoria ; 21
Fish Hawk 1
John Day 1
Lewis -and Clark.- 1
SeaSide ". 1
Upper Astoria 5
Young flHiver 1
Democratic primaries for the election
or delegates to tno county convention
will be held in the renpective precincts
on Saturday, April 5, 181.
S. D. Amis,
C. H. Stockton,
C. J. Tekkohaed,
XL J. Mobbxsox;
Astoria, Oregon, MarcH 15, 1684.1
GitACE Church Holv communion
first Sunday of every month. Sunday
services at 11 a. m., and 7 p.m. Wednes
day evening .service at 7 o'clock. Rev.
M. D. Wib?on, Rector.
First Presuytkriak Ciiuroh Ser
vices at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Wednes
day evening nraver meeting at 7
o'clock. Uev. .1. V . M illlgfln. Pastor.
Conoreo atioxal CnuRCH Services
at 11 a. m. and 7 p. 31. Rev. Sam'l
Roman Catholic Church Services
at 10:30 a. .v. Rev. L. Dteluiau, Pastor
M. E. Chcjjch Services at 11 A. M.
and 1 p. m. Lecture and Praver Meet
ing, Wednesday, at 7 p. m. Rev. Win.
Baptut Churcu. Services each
Lord's Day at 11 a. m.. and 7 p. M.
Prayer Meeting 6n Wednesday, at 7
r.at. ttey.j5.a.ja.cjuagerty, pastor.
QTATE AND OOUNiy.TAXES ARENOW
JO due aud payable afmypfBro.
1 " " ' r'A --arw TWOMB
tf 9hrUE CUtK
9hrUt CUttop c.
IS THE TIME
TO CURE' I
LTis at this hen.MHt when 111'' lilwiil ind
perspiiation a-e lnadi-d with linpimties
that Disflcuniur Humors. IIuinlllatiaL'rup
tlous. Itching Tortures. Salt Khetim. or Kc
zema rsori.isl5. Tetter. Rlngwoim. Baby
Uumoi s. Sen if u'a. Scrofulous bore, a bscess
es and Discharging Wound. nd everv spe
cie of Itching Scaly and Pimply Diseas
es of the kin and Scalp are most speedily
a'id economically cuied the Cuticuka
IT IS A FACT.
Hundred of letters in our poe.ion fcop
pies of which mar be had by return mail" to
our anthoiity for tho aw nion tbnt Skin
Scalp r d blood Humors, whether Scrofulous
Inherited or Contagious, may NOW be per
manently cured by Ccticdba Rksolvext, the
new Blood Purifier, Diuretic and Aperient,
Internally, aud Cpticor.v and Ccticub So vp,
the sreat Skin Cures and Beatitifiers. exter
nally. In one half tbe time and at one half
ue expense ctany other season;
GREATEST ON EARTH.
CcnccRA REMEDiFSarethe greatest medi
cines on earth. Had the worst case Salt
hheum in th a county. My mother had it
twenty years, and in f aot died from it. 1 be
lieve Ccricum. would .have savea her life.
My arms, breast and bead were covered for
threa'yearj. which nothlnsr relieved or on red
until I Used tho Cuticuka Ktsoi.vtrxT inter
nally, and CnricrBA and Cdticuea Soap ex
ternally. J. W.ADAMS, Newark, O.
GREAT BLOOD MEDICINES.
The half has not been told as to the great
curative powers of the CqTicaQAJtrarRDifa. i
hare paid hundreds of dollars for medicines
to cured! eases of tho blood and ikin. and
never found anything "yet to equal the Oun
coaA Kkmkdiks. Cil AS. A. WILLIAMS.
Providence, IL L
CURE IN EVERY CASE.
Your Cuticcba Rkmediks outsell all other
medicine' T keep for skin diso&stK ily cus
tomers and patients Fay that theyhave eff ct
ed a cure in very instance, where other rem
edies have failed.
, H. W. BROCKWAY. M. D.
Franklin Falls, N. H.
Sold by all druggists. Price: CtrricuBA.ljOcts.
ItEfOLVGCT, $1 Soap, i5 cents. PoiTke
Deug a.vd Cbkuioal t.u , Boston. Mow,
Seud for "How to Car Skis Disease.
HI? A TTT'V For ltoujh, Chapped a d
DUiJ&UXl Greasy Snin. Black. leads
l'implea. s-kin Blemishes, and Infantile Hu
mors, use Cuticcba Soap, a real BeautiQer
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE,
Head Colds, Watery Discharges from the
Nose and tiyes, Kinging Noises in tho Head,
Nervous Headache' and Fever Instantly re
lieved. Choking mucis di logod, membrane cleans
ed and healed, breath sweetened, smell, taste
and hearing rotorcd, and ravages checked.
Cough, bronchitis. Droppings into tho
Throat, Pains in tho Chest. Ijyspppsin, Wan
ing of strength and Flesh, Loss of Sleep, etc.
One bottle Radical Cure, one box Catarrhal
Solvent and one Dr, Sanford'j Inhaler, in oi
package, of all druggists, for 81. Ask for Sas-
fohu's Radical Cum:, a puro distillation of
iteh tlarel. Am. 1'ino. Ca. Mr, Marigold.
Clover Blossoms, etc. f ottkbDeco asuCukm
ical Co . Boston,
Collins VolUIc Electric
Plaster instantly affects
tne A orvous bystom and
btiniskes P in. A perfect
LlutriA n. .
ISTHECKY bbaednlth a Porous PLu-
OTX tr for 25 rntc. It nn1.
SlfTEMIB SERVE hllates Pain, vitaliies
Weak and Worn Out Parts, strengthens Tired
Miifcles. prevents di.aso. and does more in
one half the time than any other plaster In
the world. Bold everywhere.
Temple Locbje, No. 7A.F.A.M.
REGDLAR COMMUNICATIONS h
flrst aud third Tuesdays In eaeh YV
month, at 7J4 o'clock. i. m., at the'V
Hali In AMorla. Members of the order In
good standing are Invited to attend..
By order of the W. M.
Beaver Lodge No. 85. 1. 0. 0. P.
REGULAR MEETING EV
ery Thursday evening at
seven o'clock, at the Lodce
room In Odd Fellows Hall. Asto
ria. Sojourning members of the order In
good standing, cordially Invited to attend.
By order N. G.
Ocean Encampment, No. IS, I. O. O. F.
REGULABMKEUNGSOF OCEAN EN
campment No. 18. I. O. O.F., at the
Lodge, in the Odd Fellows Building, at
seven p. m., ou the second and fourth
Mondays of eacn month. Sojourning breth
ren cordially Invited.
By order . C P.
Seaside Lodge No. 12, A. O. TJ. "W.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W. will be held
in Pythian Hall on Friday emrng of eacit
wovk. at 7 o'clock P. 'M. Members of the
order in good standing, aud lsltlug Broth
er are luvlted to attend. Library wQl be
open fifteen minutes before and after tv.ch
meeting, uy oraer ai. y .
Astoria Lodge No. 40. 1. O. Q.I.
REGULAR MEETING EVERY TnURS
dv eveniue at 7 :S0 o'clock, in the Hall
over Mr. Case's store. Members of the Or
der, in good standing, aie invited to attend.
By order W. C. T.
American Legion of Honor.
REGULAR MEETING OF ASTORIA
Council No 993' is held ou the- first and
third Tuesday of each month, at 7 o'clock p.
at. By order of the Council Commaudei.
R. V. MONTE1TH, Sf Cty.
CiiBhing Post No. 14, Q. A B.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS POST
on the second and fourth Tuesdays of
each month at 7 JO p. m. Visiting com
rades cordially Invited. By order -
Pacific Lodffo No. 17. K. of P.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF TlllS
Lodge every Friday eveuhig, at 7:30
o'clock5. In their Castle HalL Sojournimr
Knbihts cordially luvltfd to htten .
g. of B. and 8.
Astor Lodgr No. 6. K. of P.
PEGULAR JIEETINGS OF THIS
AV Lode every Wednesday eveniug, at
7 :50 o'clock, at their lodge room, lu Pythbiu
Catle. Solournujg Knhts cordially Invlt
ed to attend. W. I ROBB.
K. of II. and S.
REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND
fourth Tuesday evenings ot each month
at IVt o'clock.
girl'ersons de-dring to have mattois acted
upon by the Council, at .any regular meet
ing must present the same to the Auditor
and Clerk, on or before the Friday evenlnp
Erlnrtotbe Tuesday on which the Council
olds Its regular meeting.
THOS S. TEWETT.
Auditor and Clerk.
The Astoria Passenger Line
WDLL AFTER .THIS DATE HAVE ITS
headquarters at its Stables next to B.
B. FrankllnAs. two doors blow The Asto
bi ax office. First-class Livery service Carts
with horse furnished, for one dollar per
hour. Carriages ou application
The Astoria Passenger Lino Hacks will
leave for Upper Astoria from the stables.
Horses taken to board.
MES. T. O'BRIEN.
Cerner Washington and Concomly Streets.
Astoria, Oregon. Sing Lee Proprietor.
Icrnori 17aH i1 Dfit
The bearer. Sing Lee has had considerable
experience in the oest Laundries on the Pa
cific cpastand can be well recommended by
wose wno iiavti. pairuuucuuim siuco ne
commenced business here. - ' T
' xntt'lm 3. A. HILL.
An up-town grocer was hanging a
bunch, of scrubbing brushes on a hook
as a young man was passing.
'How much do the brushes sell
for?' he asked.
"How much do thev cost?"
"Eighty-five cents a dozen."
"How much do they cost tho man
ufacturer?' "As near six cents each as you can
figure it The wooden back costs one
cent; the work of securing the wispj
to the back, one cent; the com two
cents; the wire, the finishing, and bo
on amount to one cent and" eleven
twelfths.7' "How fast does the brush-maker
accumulate wealth at one cent a
brush for wiring the wisps to the
4 Not very rapidly. The lightning
man, sober and steady, can make
twelve dozen in a day of ten hours.
He is the exceptionally fast man. He
ties ten thousand knots to do it.
Ordinary men make from eight to ten
dozen. Live on that? Well, the
wife can make four dozen, and the
children can help. It is indoor work,
and not what is called hard work.
They work at home. Plenty of people
in. New York are worse off than the
brush-makers." If. Y. Sun
The Persian army seems to be mod
eled on a plan almost as unique as
the French Chamber or our own
navy. It has been organized under a
mixed staff of officers, belonging to
nearly every European nationality,
each ot whom has been permitted to
train his men in his own language
and according to his own ideal plan.
When the regiments parade together
the result may be easier imagined
than described. First march past
regiments to the tunes of "Eule
Britannia," and "Yankee Doodle," re
spectively. Next cornea one of the
solemn strains of "Die Wacht am
Ehein," while a fourth shuffles past
to the Btirring strains of the "Mar
seillaise.' "With Austrian, Bussian
and Italian regiments, one just be
hind tho other, marching to a differ
ent tune, the result must be, as a
person lias said, "exquisitely ludi-
The Cosiing Habvest. No, my
boy, no man ever reaped a harvest of
No. 1 wheat from a sowing of wild
oats. Oh, yes, yon can plow the oats
under and put in a crop of wheat
later, and you may get a splendid
crop, too, but even the wheat won't
grade po high, because the oats will
ge mixed in with it And when you
tnrash it will take more time, and
winnowing and cleaning, to grade the
wheat up ten times over, than it
would to have put the twenty-acre
lot in wheat in the first place. Missed
lota of fun? Cert And h e-e-aps of
grief, too, my boy, h-e-e-aps of grief.
R. J. Burdette.
REPUBLICAX CODXTI COSTESTIOS.
A Republican county convention for
the county of Clatsop is hereby called to
meet at the county court house in the city
of Astoria, on Wednesday, April 23d, at
one o'clock p. m., for the purpose of
electing six delegates to tho Republican
state convention, and to nominate county
officers and transact such other business
as may properly come before the conven
tion. The convention will consist of 44 dele
gates apportioned among the several pre
cincts as follews:
Young's River 2
Lewis and Clark's 1
John Days. 1
Upper Astoria i
The same being one delegate for each
precinct and one delegate for every 20
votes, and one for every fraction over
one-half thereof cast for Hon. M. C.
George at the last general election.
It Is recommended by the committee
that the primaries be held on Saturdey,
It is also recommended that delegates
unable to attend give their proxies to
parties residing within their own pre
cincts. By order of Republican county com
mittee. T. S. JEWETT, Secretary.
Astoria, March 20, 1884.
SMALL MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
Piano, and Organ Instructors.
STICK &. OABE PIANOS!
LITTLE GIANT STECK PIANO
PRESIDENT OF UNITED STATES
GOVEUNOR OF OREGON.
ASTORIA MUSICAL SOCIETY.
MRS. J. W. CONN, of Astoria.
d. a. Mcintosh, Esq.
CHAS. WRIGHT, Esq.
And by Xany Otker Prominent Musician.
CELEBRATED TA8ER ORGANS.
Klescaut Packard Orchestral Organ
Only exclusive Music House In the North
west. Only wholesalb and retail House In
165 First St., "Portland, Oregon.
Brewery Beer Saloon.
The Best Beer 5 cti & Glass.
Hot Lunch every Day from 10 to &A.M
Tho best of Liquors and Cigars on hand.
A dPSflrvedly popular place of social resort.
RESIDENTS OF SCHOOL DISTRICT NO.
9 are hereby notified that the taxes for
the year 188S In said dtstrn-t are now due
and payable at the office of Badollet & Co.,
J. E. HIGGINH.
Acting School Clerk,
.latoria, February e,iiH. ' "
W 1R0YAL C5ST.S 1
This po'der never varies. A marvel of
nurltv. streneth and wholeoraeness. More
wnmtmiftil than the ordinary kinds, and
-anuot be sold In competition with the mul
titude ot low test short weight, alum or
phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. ItOY
ai.Ba.kiko Powdek Co., 106 Wali-st. N. Y.
When yoa coma to think of it. It is not
odd that Uterary people prefer a pipe to a
tigxe. It Is handler to smoke when they
are writingr, and ever bo much cleaner.
And then It gives them the true essence
and flavor of the tobacco.
The most fastidious Emoiera amoafr all
nations and all classes ot men agTeo that
the tobacco grown on the Golden Tobacco
Belt of North Carolina is the most delic
ious and refined In the world. Lighter
than Turkish, more fragrant than Havana,
freer from nitrates and nicotine than any
other, it is Jast what the connoisseur
praises and the habitual emoker demands.
The very choicest tobacco grown
on this Belt Is bought .by Black,
well's Durham Tobacco Co.. and
appears In their celebrated Bull
Durham Smoking Tobacco. It la
known the world over.
Get the genuine.witb.Bull
trade-mark, then ydu will
be sure of. baring abso
lutely pure tobacco.
NE OF THE OLDEST AND K0ST RUIABU
REMEDIES IN THE WORLD FOR
THE CURE OF
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness.
Sore THroat, Bronchitis,
Every affection of tha
THROAT, LUNGS AND CHEST,
A WELL-KNOWN PHYSICIAN WRITES i
" It docs not dry up a cough, and leae ths cau
cehind, as is the case with most preparations, bu
boseas It, cleanses the lungs and allays irritation
ihus removing the cause of complaint."
DO NOT BE DECEIVED by articles bea
ng similar names. Be sure you get
DH. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERP.Y,
i:h thesignature of I. BUTTS" on theviTapper
n Conts nud St.00 a llatt!?.
Pxcparal by SETH .'. TOWLE & SOK3. 1
aa. Ma.' So! J dt c.. ziA talcs. tacrili
ELECTP-VOLTAlC BrLT nnd ottier Electei.
APPLIAciiJ nrn cont i n mi Ti.iv' Triri ti
WEN OilLY. YOONQ OR OLD. who are suffer
tig f roni NEavoua Deeiutt, Lobt Yitautt
V. astlno WE.tKXisszs, and all thos diseases of i
in,-,JH ."". resuimiK iru:n abcseb ani
Onucit Causes. SDeetiv reiipr nii mmnif.
restoration, to HExtrn. Yioob and Masnooi
QeaBavncFD. Send at enca tor Illustrate
VOLTATC nr.T.T CO.. Dlarsbnll. IHIcb
W. E. DEMENT & CO.
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON
Carry in Stock,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET
Prescriptions carefully Compounded
Eresh and Cured Meats.
SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY.
Next Door to John Rogers Central .Market.
THESE CELEBRATED MEDICINAL
Spring situated lu Lane Countv, Oregon,
areunequa'edforthe cure of Catatrhal af
fections. Rheumatism, and Dyspepsia, as
thusands throughout the Northwest will
'Every, care Is plven invalids aud those
who seek the benefits of the waters
Carriages leav the St. Charles Hotfl. En
gine City, every Wednesday and Skturday,
direct for the-Springs- . -4
YKtftrA W lffV 1 IBB
ABB IC f I1 1
. OR. ag
liwaco Steam Navigation Go.'s
Astoria to Fort Steuens, Fort Canby,
ConnectlnR by stages atid boats for
Oystcrvilie, Montesano and Olympia
Until further notice the liwaco
Steam Naviguiun Co.'s ste.mier
W ill leave Astoria
On Mondays Thursdays, and Saturdays
(Oyatcrvllle and Moutesauo mall davs.
at 7 A.M.
Ft.Steyens, Ft. Canby and liwaco
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 liwaco .75 cts.
f-Hwaco frelcht, by the tou. In lots of
one ton or oyer, $2 per ton,
0For Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the office of the company, Gray'j
wharf, foot of Benton street.
J. H. D.GRAY,
BUY THE BEST !
Salmon -Net Threads
Woodberry, and Needle Brands,
COBK 4N& LEAD L1N6S.
Fish Pounds, MelneM, and Nets
Imported to Order. X
Large Sttof Net WstLiies
AND FISH HOOKS.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
517 and 519, MARKET STREET
IT'Agents for the Pacific Coast.
TJnion India Rubber Go's
Pure Para Gum
BEWABE OF IMITATIONS I
Be sure tho Boots are stamped GRACE
PROOF on tho heels, and have the PURL
GU21 SPRINGS on tno foot and lustep,
whicn prevent their cracking or breaking
Wo a.e now making them with RUBBER
AND ASBESTOS :oles which will niaki
tnem last more than twice us long as, an
Rubber boots madu
FOKSALK BY ALL DEALERS.
ALL KINDS KlIBBKK BELTING. PACK
ING, HOSK.SPK.lNGS. CLorHING,
BtJUTS AND SHOES, Etc.
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
It. 11. PKaSH. Jr. i Agents.
S. AI. KUNYON, J San Francisco.
FIRST QUALITY LUMBER.
IS IN THE FIELD AND PROPOSES TO
We will take orders for lumber from 100
to MX) M.,'at the mil. or deliveied.
We also manufacture lath and shingles ol
Flooring a Specialty .
Address all orders
WESTPORT MILL CO.
3. C, BEXXKK, Supt.
Proposals for Military Supplies.
of thk columbia.
Office of CmfcF Qcakieioiaster,
Vancouver. Bakbacks. W.T., -
1nMih P. C2
SEALED PROPSALS, IN TRIPLICATE.
Mibject to thf usual conditions, will be re
ceived at this office or at thf ofllcts of the U,
3. Qu iriermaslers at the fiduwiiiK-namei
pests, until 12 o'clock, noon, on Monday.
April 7th. lSSt, at which places and time
they will be opi-ned. In presence ol bidders,
for the furnishing aud delivery of uiiiitarj
supplies during the Uscal year commencing
Julv l, lc3l, and ending June so, 1835. as lol
Iows : Wood, Coal, Charcoal. Oats, Barley,
Bran, Hay, and Straw, or Hay In lieu of
Straw, or such of said suppjes as may be
Portland, Oregon, Fort-Canby. VV.T,
Boise Barracks, t. T, Tort Walla Walla, W, T.
Fort TownsBi.d. W. r, "Vancourer Dep..t. "W. T.
Fort i;cBurd'AlHti8, 1.T, Fort Klamath. Oregon.
Fort Spokane. W. T. xfort bteveus, Orexon ,
KoitLapwai, l,T, ...
Tne txovernment reserves the right to re
ject any or all proposals. Prefi-reuce will be
given .0 artlc es ot domestic production, and
to articles of dumestlc production produced
ou the Pacitic coast, coudltlous of price and
quality being equal, to the extent of con
sumption required by the public service
Blank proposals" aud printed circular-,
giving full particulars as to the manner of
bidding, &c, in be furnished on applica
tion to this ofllce or the Quartermasters at
ihe various po-as named.
Envelopes containing proposals should be
innrked: "Pr iDosals tor at ."
and addressed tt the underslgued or the
respective Post Q uartermasters.
X. S. KDIBALL,
Major and Quaiteni-aster, TJ. S. A.,
TTNTIL FURTHER NOTICE THE ASTO
tJ rlaWood Yard. Gray's Dock, foot of
Benton street, will sell wood at the follow
ing prices and deliver wherever the streets
are planked, between Trullinger's Mill and
O'Brien's Hotel, bac to Astor street :.
tlreeu Alder. 2-cut SI 50 percord. Ions S3 75
Dry do do 4 75 do do 4 00
GrtiHtmlo'k do 4 50 do do 3 75
Dry do do 4 75 do do 4 00
Green Beach do 4 7 do do 4 0u
Green Fir do 4 75 do do 4 00
Diy Fir do 5 00 do do 4 25
aud S. Ittnns do 6 CO do do 5 25
and S. limbs do 5 75 do do 5 00
Wood of All Kinds
By the Scow load at REDUCED RATES.
J. H. D. GKAY
Astoria. February 1st ;18S1
Stop That Horse I
USE THE PATENT SHOE.
HAS JUT RECEIVED A PATENT
Hors&shoe from the Patent Office, for
the purpose of preventing all classes of hors
es from slipping on plank, or steen roads.
Horses short with thl3 shoe WILL NOT
SUP. A trial will convince anyone.
I keen Two- FirHt-dnwH 8 ho era In
my shop. Try the NEW SHOE.
aVCnrns and Contracted Hoof cure
No satisfaction no pay.
Oregon Railway & Navigation
oceax 01 vidioau ,
Dursnc the month of March. 18S. Ocean
Steamers wlil sail from Portland to San
Francisco, and from San Francisco 10 Port
land, as follows leaving Ahvwprtb Doik,
P.r.l.uid. at Midnight, and Spear Street
Wharf. San Francisco, at 10 A. M. :
from San Francisco. I From Portland.
March t Mmrefa
State of Pal.. ..Wa s'Crtlumbiar. s? 1
Colombia Moa 0 Oregon .'IlTnnr I
U5K" 15 utof C1....Tb 11
tateof a....rnur ,Co.urabia sin 18
Loin 1 bia Tuts 25,0n-g6n Kri 51
Breton ann ai Mate r.f uI....Wd M
St.,., ,-i April Colombia Moa 31
at&teofcol . Fri 4 April
'Oregon Sat 3
Throush. Tickets sold to aUprinelMl
cities In the United States. Canada aS
Europe. ' "-r? f
Passenger Trains leave Portland for East
ern points, at 7 :30 P. M. dally. C-T
BITF.B DIVISION (Middle CelamM.
Boats leave Portland for Dalles 'atfT-f
A M. ' "
Leave Port- i i i "
land for iMonl Tu. IWe.lThu.1 FtC
aalem ...,i i. . ,r
ConrsllU I 6 AM
8 AM 3 AM
Victona.BOJ(; AMIS AM
Leajea a storia for Portland at 6 ti
Pnlltn&n P.l.oa n. -i- ... . .
laad.ind3t.Paal. " ",'w-
a T csTntri C.H.PBESCOTT.
A . L. STOKES. - MaSast er.
Act'g Qen'l Freight and Pasa. At -
Oregon & California R. Ri
On and alter February -Mth, lL trains wUL
run as follows : DAILY tKxc&unda js);
EASI3IDE DiriMOH. " '
x.,, MAILTBAUf. ' " -
LEAVE. . AREIVE, '
Portlands. 7 0 a; MlPhoenlx. 5,-Ofl a.M-
Phcaulx. 7:t0 p. mi Portland 4:35 p75T
ALBANY EXPRE88 TRAIN.
Portland 4 KK) p.-M.'Lebanou..fl Mv.u
Lebanon. t:l5A.sr. Portland... 10rf a. X
The Oregon and California Eallrtwd Ferry
makes connection with aUrBejmlArTMJu
ou Eastslde Division. ' .
Between X'urtlaud aad Cervallla
Portland 9 aTO A. M.iCorvaUl 4 Mr.iu
Coivallls 8 :3o a. M.lPortland 3 5Cf P. jf,
x ,LEi-VE- ARRIVE.
Portlaud 5 :00 PM McMInnvllle 8 rf rX
McMlnuvllie5:t5 A3! Portland......8J0Alc
Close coiiuections made at FhoBQla
wltn the Stages of the Oregon and Califor
nia Stage Company.
irllckei3 for sale at all the prkrclMl
points lu California, at Company's Office
Corner F and Front 6rs., eortlan4t Or,
Freight will not be received for shipmt
tif ter 5 o'clock p. m. on either the EastTot
Act's U. F. A Pa. Act
Notice of Chief of Police.
Xottce Is hereby given that by vlrtua
of a warrant Usuettby the Auditor !and
Olerk of the city of Astoria in Clatsop
county, state ot Oregon, on the 19tb,'(iayl
I February, 1884, and to me directed:
commanding me to levy upon and sell
as by law provided, lot numbered 6, la"
block numbered 134, in that portion of
said city of Astoria which was Mi
out and recorded by John AI. Shively,
to satisfy an assessment of $2d&20.
as declared and assessed upon said
lot 6 by ordinance No. 567- of
said .city, for the improvement
aud repair of that portion of Wast
Eighth f.treet in said city, between U
south side of Waier street and'theSQUth
sideot Cedar street, as provided and
directed by ordinance No. 560 of said
city, I have levied upon said lot 6 aa&
shall proceed to sell the. same at publieL
auction to the highest bidder for cash,
in baud, at the court house doocof Clat
sop county, which court house Iain said-,
city, on the 2lst day of April, 188,-at
the hour of ten o'clock a. m. or said' day.
to satisfy said sum of 2(2,20, and coats
ot sale. The names ot the owners of
said lot as designated by said ordinance.
No. 567 are W. W. Parker and G. W.
Chief of Police of said City of. Astoria
Notice of Chief of Polict. .
Notice Is hereby given that by virtu
of a warrant issued by the Auditor "and
Clerk of the City of Astoria, in Clatsop
county, state of Oregon, on the 19th day
of February, 1884, and to me directed,
commanding me to levy upon and seli .
as by law provided, lot numbered 6 In
block numbered 134, in that portion of
said 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 westsidn of West 6th:
street and west end of Water-street, as
provided aud directed by ordlnance.HoT
."34 of said city, I have le?iedupon.sjU.
lot S and shall. proceed to sell thesame"
at public auction to the. highest, bidder,"
for cash in hand, at the court house
door of Clatsop County, which court
house is in said city, on the 21st. day of
ADril. 1884. at the hour of ten o'clock A.
M. of said day, to satisfy said stun of
lortv dollars and costs 01 sale, me
names of the owners of said lot as des
ignated by said ordinance No. 548? are
W. W. Parker and G. W. Parker. -C.
Chief of Police of said City of Astoria
Proposals for Transportatloa
of the Columbia,
Vancouver Bakbacks", W..T.,
TWwh H. IBM.
SEALED PROPOSALS, IN.TKIrLICATK.
subject to the usual conditions, will bs
received at this office, until !2n'clock.noon,
on Monday, April 7, 1884, at which time and
place they will be optTred In the presence of;
bidders, for the transportation ot military
supplies on the following, described routeap
dunugj ear commencing July 1,1884,' and
ending June 30, 1885: "
H usiiii Transportation.
Route No. 1 Snoltano Falls, W. T., to
Fort Spokane. W.T.
route No 2. Ashland, Oregon; to Fort
Klamath. Oregon. " .. ,.
Rouie No. 3. Pendleton, Oregon, to B0U0
Barracks, I. T. ...",,
Route No. 4. Kuna,I.T., to Boise Bar
route No. 5. Rathdrum, L T., to Fort
Cceurd'Aleue, I.T. .
route No. c Lewiston, 1. T., to Fort
Lapwai. L T.
fleam er Transports! Ion.
Route No. t. For transportation of U;S.
Military Supplies between Astoria and Fott.
Stevens, iregon. and Fort Canby, W- T.
Houte No. 8 Between Portland, Oregon,
and Vancouver, W. T.
'Ihe Government reserves the right to re
ject any or all proposals. - -
Blank prop-isala. orm of contract, aad
printed circulars, giving full infOrmatlon'ar
to the manner of bidding, terms of .coatract
and payment, will be furnished On, applica
tion to tbls office. .
Envelopes containing proposals ahouldb
marked : -'Proposa's focTransportatloh o
Route No. ," and addressed' to tajB
undersigned. " .
A. S. KIMBALL.
Major and Quartermaster U. S. A.,
XTOTICK IS HEREHYGtVEVTHATISOLr
1 and ribporcd of all my interut in and Mrtfcr
firm of Wherry A o. to O. J.Tranonard oa Mw
flrst. D8a aud that since said data. I &at aot
been a partner nor bare I" had any intttMt ia aaM
firnj.norharelnow any interact taateia; aJritX
hareey give Dotiei that Lnill not b reaaiU
for any nf tho debts or IUbdlUean rttMC
since said date or which mj be harMtMr'MeV-