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WEDNESDAY APRIL 16, 18SI
PORT OF ASTORIA.
River Indus, Br snQanstnuu April 15
VESSELS IS THE RIVER.
Olive S.bonthard. Amsp MtWashington, Arap
RsdCrcs Amsp Highland Light, Am.p
S. K. .Vctd. Am .lv Sinn ha Fisher.
Citj of Carlisle, Br bk Ches. Weswortb Br bk
Alden Bene. Am bk Merora. Ma sp
Itata, Brbk Eskdaie. Br bk
Abenttrith Castle.Br sp
VESSELS UA TUE WA 1 .
Kroitt Foreign 1'ortn. tot ttir
Jorsalfarer, Nor bk Liverpool Nov 12
Kelvordale. Br bk 11M X i W
Largo La. Brsp Hull March 13
Norseman, Br bk Liverpool Dec 3
Stagaound. Br bk 9 Wilmington
tiilbet. Br bk 1037 London Dec5
Tythonus, Brbk London Dec 5
From American Portn.
Alameda Am sp N V Jan 15
Belle of Oregon, Am 1 1169 Nen oric Mar 1
TIIK TAUUK KeK ASTOIUA.
HIGH WATKK. LOW WATEIt.
' First. Second. 1 1-irsL Second?"
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a g 1 1 P b- 1 h s
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151 2 T3 18-ij 4 JJ" U'7 10 33 -O'CI 1) 4C
1C! 3 3? 8 5 2G CM 11 12 -03 10 33
17 4 28 7-0 G 18 03 11 r'5 03 11 2S
18 5 23 7 C 7 12 C2 - - - 0 40
19 C 27 172 S03 04 0 32 32 1 42
20 7 3 17-0 1 ir 1 11 30 2 40
21 S 4t 10 9 oJ 7'3 252 2 0 3 3S
22 y 53 7-0 10 50 7-8 4 01 2 0 4 35
Tlie hours between mid tL:ht and noon are
designated b ..-.m.). those between noon
:md in duigni by j 0 t.). 01 OOm n denotes
midnight, oft. 0O11. v denotes noon.
The he glit is reckoned from the level of
average 1iwt low waters to w lileh thesound -Injjs
are neii on the Coast Survey churls.
Tt'G BOAT CKAKGKS.
Following is the schedule of prices for
towage 'ii and out over the Columbia Bar :
For veels not Inward .Outward.
exceeding Loaded. Ballast.
iiOO tons.MM S1.T0 150
800 t 1WK) toi.s... 200 175 175
1000 to 1200 tons... 225 200 200
1200 to 1100 tons... 275 225 250
1400 to 1MM tons... 300 250 300
Columbia River Exports.
J XUAKY, '81.
WhMt, &"0 075 bus S3C7.27G
Flour, jvri.ftia bbls 422,006
Total 10 cargoes $7-f,W2
Wheat. 31 1.1 13 !iu: S313.9 !2
Flour, 40 C09 bids..... 221.G97
balinou. 401 e 2.005
Lumber, coo M 7.W0
Total. 9 cargoes .S541.CC4
11 To Lirerpoitl or TilUe E. Starbuck.
Flour. ll.CG3bbl! .$ 70,48
Wheat, 49,1(51 bus 47.201
14 To Quecitdtotwi per River Indtu.
Flour, 17.628 bbls S?0,22o
The receipts 01 certain at tides or Or
egon iioiluce at ban rranefaen. fioui
January 1, issi, to April 9, iuclu
dive, have been as follew:
Flour, m nks ............. 207.C20
Wheat, etls 7C,0S
Oak, ctls G7
baunon, bbl 591
h! !hN 211
Apples, liipe. bxs 100
Butter, pkgs ... 7
Potatoes. ,i:s .......... C ,r07
Wool, bales 052
Hides. Ni 7.901
Tallow. j.'k C51
Beef, bbls 1B4
Hav. bale. . .................... ......
Fiuit. Dried, pkgs 27
Leal her, pk? 130
Hops, bales 1,147
Hams, pkgs 2
Cheese, cs 1
Flaxseed, sks cio
Corn, elis .. ..
Canned (oojs. e- 32
Lard. pl. - .... 70
Arttorln. ttetail ilarkft.
Klour r sack Sl.33.
Wheat, per cental S200
Oals. - .--J.75y.00.
Bacon, .sides per lb, H to 18 cts.
Shoulders, 12K15 cts.
Hams " 1G(20 cts.
Lard, " MK cts.
Beef, 12X&13 cts.
Mutton, 12(g)li ets.
Pork. 12Kl.ri ct..
Veal, I5is c-t.
Butter, prr toll r0(arw c-ts.
Ejrcs, per dozen2530 ds.
Potatoes, per 1001b 1.50 to l.5
Apples, green, per box $2.00. to 2
Cheese, per u 2025 to 40 oLs.
Cormueal, per lb 4 cts.
Oatmeal, " K cts.
Beans. " 4K' cts.
Coffee, ' 12K40 ct.s.
Tea, " 40D0cts.
Rice. " S 10 cts.
Sugar, - 914 cts.
Svrup, per gallon 70c (ft $1.
lioney, per gallon $1.30.
Salmon, per kit 3.
Onions, per lb cts.
Apples dried per lb 1018 cts.
Peaches ' " 13 18 cts.
Plums. . 12K(9ilficls.
Candles, er lb 20 ets. "
Chickens, per dozen $;.
Hay, per ton SH).
HideN per D 6 9 els.
Oils, per gallon, boiled Hneed.
raw linseed. 70c; coal oil. 40c; lard
TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKX THAT THE
J- partnership heietolore eitlng between
H. J. & O. Hansen, under tlie firm name of
Hansen Bros, is this day diss jived by mutual
consent : The business heretofore conducted
by said firm wdl be cjurted on at the same
place by H.J. Hansen who will pav ail claims
against aid firm and will collect :-ll debts
aud claims due said firm.
, , O. HANSEN.
Astoria, Aprd 11. 18S1.
rpHE COPARTNhRSHIP HEKKTOFOllF
L cxistiii,' between thunderslmied m the
Astoria Re-taurant is this div disvdved lv
mutual, coient. K. Young w;ll continue
the business, collect all debt-, am, pav ali
V itness. E. C. IIolien.
Astoria, April 11, 18M,
G. A. STINSON & CO.,
At Capt, Jtogers old stand, corner of Cass
and Court Streets.
Ship and Ounuery woik. Horseshoelue.
agons made aud repaired. Good work
THE RErUBLICAX STATE C0XTENTI05
AKepublicau convention for the state
of Oregon is called to meet at the city of
Portland, Oregon, on Wednesday, the
30th day of April, 1851, at 11 o'clock A. m..
for the purpose of nominatim candi
dates for the following offices, to-w.t:
Representative in congress, ju'be. of -1
supreme court, tho presidential
and district officers for the sever
al districts, and to select six d.
attend the national llepublicr.il
tion, and to transact such oth-. .
as may properly come before the con iu-
The convention will consist of 20G deJe
gates, apportioned among the several
counties, as follews:
Benton -. 9 Lane
Clatsop C'Marion -..-..
Columbia 4Multnoman .
Josephine SlYamhill 9
Total, 206 .
The same being one delegate at large
from each coanty, and one delegate for
every 125 votes, and one for every frac
tion over one-half thereof, cast for Hon.
31. C. George, congressman, at tho last
The committee recommend that the
primaries be held on Saturday, the 12th
of April, and the count conventions on
Tuesday, tho 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 send their proxies by
electors of the county they represent.
The Republican voters of tho 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 in every section of our common
country, and who desire to promote
friendly 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. HIBSCH, Chairman.
Portland, Oregon, Feb. 21, lb54.
THE DEMOCKATIC STATE COXYESTIOX.
The state Democratic convention is
hereby called to meet at Dalles City, on
Thursday, 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 tho
lower house of congress and district
officers for the several judicial districts,
and to select six delegates to tho national
Democratic convention, and generally to
to do such other bnsines 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. 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 tho
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 pi evidential
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 carry off the palm of victory. But
to insure this end it is imperative that all
Democrats bhonld 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 unite in har
monious action in the various primaries
and to send full delegations of re preson
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
AL ZIEBER, Chairman.
P. 11. D'Acoy, Secretary.
UE!UBL1C COU.NT1 CO.VmNTlOX.
A Kepulilicm ifiuiuy convention for
tlui comity of Clatsop is hereby chilled to
meel at the county court house in thecit'
of Astoria, ou AVeduesday, April 23d, at
one o'clock v. m., for the purpose of
electing six delegates to the Hepublican
state convention, ind to nominate county
officers and transact such other business
as may property come before tho conven
tion. The convention will consist of 44 dele
gates apportioned among the several pre
cinct' as follews:
Lewis and Clark's.
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. 31. C.
George at the last general election.
It is recommended by the committee
that tho primaries be held on Saturdpy,
It is also recommended that delegates
nnable to attend give their proxies to
parties residing within their own pre
cincts. By order of Bepublicau county com
mittee. T. S. JEWETT, Secretary.
Astoria, March 20, 1884.
The Bepublicau primary for the pre
cinct of Astoria will be held at the
court-house on Saturday, April 19th, 1834,
from 1 to 3 p. m., for the purpose of elect
ing twenty delegates to the Republican
county convention which meets in this
city,on Wednesduy the 23d inst. The
following will bo the jndges of electien:
F. J. Taylor. R. R. ilarion, C. G. Fulton;
the following will act as clerks: F- E.
Schnte, Geo. P. Wheeler.
A. F. Johns,
P. J. Goodman,
J. W. Welch,
Astoria, Or., April 4, 1884.
Corner Washington and Oucomly Street.
Astoria. Oregon. Sing Lee Pioprletor.
m , Astohia, Feb. 3d. lcSL
The bearer. Sing Lee has bad considerabto
experience iu the best L-iundrles on the Pa
cific co:ist, and can be well "-ecommended by
those who have patronized him since he
commenced business here.
m23-lm S. A. HILL.
IS THE TIME
1 .s at ibis ieasoii win 11 tin i-h-id .111
persol ati-11 a e Iaied with Imnurt le
thal liisfijiininr Humor-. HumiliatmErup
ittns. Itchi KToitnres.S.-lt KJhm m. or 1
z ma I'sori si Tetier Bnj:wim. Pjibj
mii' s.Scnifn'a.hero-nlnusNin-. bsce-s
.u ' D sclnrjiln- Wuns. 1 d ever sp- -1
. of Itching cal and Pimply Disea
f the -kin and sc dp are mos' speeiil
(I eco lomicady cu ed y the Ccticuilx
IT IS A FACT.
Hundreds of letters in our po?.ec.cF0r 'cop-
ninj rtf vViill tn.ll l hid hl tAtnin 21 - w
our autbiuity for tho afs rion tht Skin
Sea; i a. 1 blood Humors, whether Scrofulous
1HoT-?thrl nr rnntrunftno mow "VflW Ka
manently cured by CotiCCB TlrsoLVEsr, the
tip.tr Tllnrul Pnrifior TlinfAttn onrl :.
internally, and Cuticcrv andCtrnrratSoip.
.da a-aa Slin Pii.ae il IPAMM?f? . . ..&
nolly. m. one half the time and at one half
the expense of any other season.
GREATEST ON EARTH.
Ccticoba BicurcDifs aro the greatest medi
cines on earth. Had the worst cae Salt
Kb. cam in th s county. My mother had it
twenty years, and in tact died from it- 1 be
hove CtmcuEA would bavo savoa her life.
Lly arms, breast and beid wero covered for
threoears. whicn nothing relieved or cured
until 1 used the CcncuKA KrsoLYKvr inter
nally, and Ccticuba and Ccticcra SoAr ex
ternaliy. J. W.ADAMS, Newark, O.
GREAT BLOOD MEDICINES.
The half has not been told us to the great
curative powers of ihe Ci ticcba IUummt.3. i
have paid hundreds cf dollars for medicines
to cure di eases of tho blood and skin, and
never found anything jet o -equal the Lim
cuea KKMK0U3. CHAS. A. 1LL1AMS,
Providence, K. 1.
CURE IN EVERY CASE.
Your Cdticura Upmkdiis ouLell all other
modicine? I keep forskin disease. My cus
tomers and patients fay that they have iff ct
ed a cure in every in-tanco, where otbor rem
edies have failed.
, H. W. BROCKWAY, M. D.
Franklin Falls. X. D.
Sold by all druggists. Price: CuTicunA.tOcts.
K.EMLvi3fT, SI Soap, vo cents. PoiTe
Deuo axi CuKMiciL Co , Boston, Mass.
Send far IJow to Curt- lIn Diseases.
TIT? A TTW For Houch, Chapped a d
JjJCdJXXJ X Greasy sjnin.Blackxeads
l'implcs, kin Blcmbhes, and Jnf.mtilo Hu
mors, use Cuticcua Soai, a real Beautificr
SANF0RDS RADICAL CURE,
Head Colds, Watory Discharges from tho
Nose and Eyes, Ringing Noises in the Head,
Nervous Headache and Fever Instantly ro
lieved. Choking mucus di loged. membrane cloans
ed and healed, breath sweetened, smell, tasto
and hearing restored, and ravages checked.
Couch, Bronchitis, Droppings into tho
Throat. Pains in tho Chest. Dfipp?ia, Wat-
Ono bottlo Radical Cure, ono box Catarrhal
Solvent and one Dr, Sanford'x Inhaler, in oi.o
package, of all druggists, for SI, Ask for San
roRu's Radical Clri:. a pure distillation of
itchHazol.Am. Pine. Ca. Fir, Marigold.
Clover Blossoms, etc. 1'otti.e Drug and Chui
ical Co , Boston.
CoIHnv' Voltaic Electric
Planter instantly affects
tho Nervous S stem and
bnnihes P in. A perfect
IS THE CET bined with Triwx PlA
Or A for fAf o.r Ktf ..-:
SHFFERIH9 MEHVE hilatcs Pain, vitalizes
U oak and Worn Out Parts, strengthens Tired
Muscles, prevents disease, and does moro in
one half tho time tban any other plaster in
the world. Sold everywhere-
Temple Liodge, No. TA.F.A.M.
REGULAR COMMUNICATIONS a
first and third Tuesdays In eachVy
month, at 7J-4 o'clock, v. m.. at the'VN
Hah in Astoria. Members of the order iu
good standing are Invited to attend..
By order of the W. M.
Bearer Lodgo No. 35, L O. O. P.
REGULAR MEETING EV- .t
ery Thursday evening atj33v-
seven o'clock, at the Ixdgerx5s3i5
room In Odd Fellows Hall, Asio- &
ria. Sojourning members of the order L
good standing, cordially invited to :ntei d.
By order N. G.
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O. P.
KEGULARMKElLXGSOF OCEAN EN
campment No. 13. I. o. O. F at the
I.odge, in the Odd Fellows Building, al
seven p. m., on the secoud and fourth
Mondays of each month. Sojourning breth
ren cordially invited.
By order C P.
Seaside Lodgre No. 12, A. O. TJ. W
REGULAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
IXHle No. 12, A. O. V. W udl be held
in PUhiau Hall on Frid.ij et-i Ing of each
we-k, at 7 o'clock p.m. Members f the
order in good standing, and visiting Broth
ers are Invited to at t end. Library will be
open fifteen minutes before and after each
meeting. By order M. W.
C. BRO V N, Rec.
Astoria Lodge No. 40. 1. O. Q .1 .
REGULAR MEETING EYERY THU US
day evening at 7 -.30 o'clock, in the Hall
over Mr. Case's ati ne. Members of the Or
der, in good standing, aae invited to attend.
By order W. C. T.
American Legion of flonor.
REGULAR MEETING OF ASTORIA
Council No ft3' is held on the first and
third Tuesday or each month, at 7 o'clock v.
xr. By order of the Council Commander.
R.V. MONTE1TH, Sec'ty.
Cusblngr Post No. 14, G. A R.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS POST
on the .second and fourth Tuesdays ol
each month at 7:30 i. si. Ylsiting com
rades cordiallv invited. By older
Pacific Lodge No. 17, K. of P.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS
Lodge every Friday evening, at 7:30
o'clock, in their Castle Hall, Sojourning
Knights cordially Invited to jtten .
GEO. P. WHEELER,
K. of R. and S.
Astor Lodge No. 6 K.ofP.
Tk'PfifTr.A'R MPITIYCJ rM." Tim
Lode every Wednesday evening, at
7 :30 o'clock, at their lodge room, in Pythian
Ca-tle. Sojourning Knights cordiallv invit
ed to attend. W. U KOBB.
REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND
fourth Tuesdav eveninirs of each mnntii
at 754 o'clock.
tt3-l'ersonsdc.slilngto have matter, acted
upon by the Council, at any regular meet
ing must present the same to the Auditor
and Clerk, on or before the Fndav evening
prior to the Tuesday on which tlie Couucil
holds Its regular meeting.
Auditor aud Cleik.
Grace Church Iloly communion
first Sunday of every month. Sunday
services at 11 a. m., and 7 p. si. Wednes
day evening service at 7 o'clock. Rev.
M. D. Wilson, Rector.
First Presbyterian Church Ser
vices at 11 A. m. and 7 p. si. Wednes
day evening prayer meeting at 7
o'clock. Rev. J. V. Milligan, Pastor.
Congregational Church Services
at 11 A. si. and 7 p. m. Kev. Sam'l
Roman Catholic Church Sen-ices
atlO:30A. m. Rev. L. Dielnmn, Pastor
M. E. Church Services at 11 a. m.
and 7 p. M. Lecture and Prayer Meet
ing, Wednesday, at 7 p. m. Rev. Win.
Baptist Church. Services each
Lord's Day at 11 A. M., and 7 p. m.
Prayer Meeting on Wednesday, at 7
p. m. Kev. B. 5. McLafferty, pastor.
A Historic Parallel.
The discussion of Mr. Tilden's
physical condition and the possibility
of his discharging tho duties of tho
presidency in case he were elected,
recalls the fact that similar consider
ations have once before played an im
portant part in the national canvass.
It was just sixty years ago, in the
campaign of 1S24, AVilliam H. Craw
ford, who possessed many of Tilden's
traits, and was called "a "giant in
trigues," had been for years scheming
for the presidency. He had tried for
the Democratic nomination in 1S16.
when. Monroe carried off the prize,
and he went into the latter's cabinet
as secretary of treasury, resolved to
secure the succession, in August,
1823, he suffered a stroke of paraly
sis, but his friends hastened him into
retirement in the suburbs of "Wash
ington, and his canvass prosecuted
vrith renewed vigor. His enemies
seizedupon his physical misfortune
as their strongest weapon of attack,
but the Crawford party were equal to
the emergency. They got formal bul
letins from the attending physicians,
declaring that he was on the certain
road to recovery, and every few days
they propped up the invalid with
cushions and pillows in his carriage
and drove him about the capital. The
fact was that he was a physical wreck,
only able to nffir his signature as sec
retary to official documents by means
of a mechanical contrivance, and yet
he had such a hold on the "machine"
the he secured the regular nomina
tion from the Democratic congres
sional caucus, whioh at the time
named the presidential candidate.
There were bolts, and a "scrub race"
resulted, in which Crawford received
41 of the 261 electoral votes. Nobody
had a majority, and choice was conse
quently thrown into the house of rep
resentatives. The question of Craw
ford's health was still important, and
his friends resolved to bring him to
the capitol in order to prove that he
was all right. But it was a fatal mis
take, for Clay, who held the decision
in his hands, and inclined toward
Crawford, left his presence resolved
not to support the paralytic No
broken-down man has ever camo so
near the presidency, and the country
is not likely to run the risk in 188i
from which it shrank in 1824.
How the Cowboy Stopped a Stampede.
"One of the slickest tilings I saw
in my travels," said a passenger from
the west, "w as a cowboy stopping a
cattle stampede. A herd of about
600 or 800 had got frightened at some
thing and broke away pell-mell with
their tails in the air and the bulls at
the head of ;ne procession. But Mr.
Cowboy didn't get excited at all when
he saw the herd was going straight
for a high bluff, where they would
certainly tumble down into the can
yon and be killed. You know that
when a herd like that gets to going
they can't stop, no matter whether
they rush to death or not Those in
the rear crowd those ahead, and away
they go. I wouldn't have given a
dollar a head for that herd, but the
cowboy spurred up his mustang,
made a little detour, came in right in
front of the herd, cut across their
paths at a right angle, and
then galloped leisurely on to
the edge of that bluff, halted and
looked around at that wild mass of
beef coming right toward him. He
was as cool as a cucumber, though I
expected to see him killed, and was eo
excited I could not speak. "Well, sir,
when tho leaders had got within
about a quarter of a mile of him I
saw them try to slack up, though
they could not do it very quick. But
the whole herd seemed to want to stop,
and when the cows and steers in the
rear had got about where the cowboy
had cut across their path, I was sur
prised to see them stop and commence
to nibble at tho grass. Then the
whole herd stopped, wheeled, strag
gled back and went to fighting for a
chance to eat where the rear guard
was. You see, that cowboy had
opened a big bag of salt he had
brought out from the ranch to give
the cattle, galloped across the
herd's course and emptied the
bag. Every critter sniffed
that line of salt and, of course,
that broke up the stampede. But 1
tell you it was a queer sight to see
that boy out there on the edge of that
bluff quietly rolling a cigarette, when
it seemod as if he'd be lying under
200 tons of beef in about a minute
and a half." Chicago Herald.
GERMANIA BEER HALL
BOTTLED BEER DEPOT,
Chenamiis Street, Astoria.
The Best of Lager 5 Cts. a Glass.
Orders for the Celebrated
Columbia Brewery Beer
1 eft at this plrce will be promptly
ftfiNo cheap Ran Francisco Beer sold at
this place. ,
Wsi. BOCK, Proprietor.
Leiuenweber & Co.,
ASTORIA. ... OREGON
TAMERS M MSm
Manufacturers and Imrorters of
all kinds of
LEATHER AD FINDINGS.
Wholesale Dealers Iu
OIL AN!) TALLOW.
.v Highest cash price paid for Hides and
Brewery Beer Saloon.
The Best Beer 5 cts & Glass.
Hot Lunch every Day from 10 to 12 A. M
The best of Liquors and Cigars on hand.
A deservedly popular place of social resort.
R. M. LEATHERS
HAS reopened his boat shop, over Arndt &
Ferchen's, foot of LaFayette. street, and Is
prepared to turn out
ALL, WORE GUAKAXTELED.
W? fnoYALi.'5r-.f & 9
?i " at,:
C VSw .'-
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and wholeomenes. More
economical thm the ordinary kinds, and
.mi not lie sold in comoetltion with the mul
titude ot low test short weight, alum or
phosphat- powders, sow oniu in cans, uoy
alBakino Powukk Co., 1(W Wall-st. N. Y.
"Will tho coming' man emote !" was set
tled by ProL Fisk m his charming' pam
phlet. He Baj-B. moreover, that the rational
way to uso tobacco la through tho pipe
All affreo that only tho best tobacco should
be used. Vfhlch Is tho bestT That to
which Nature has contributed tho most ex
quisite flavors. BlackwelTa Bull Durham
Smoklns Tobacco fills the bill completely.
Nearly two-tblrd3 of all tho tobacco grown
en tho Golden Tobacco belt of North Caro
lina goes into the manufactory of Black
well, at Durham. They buy tho pick of
tno cnuro section, .uence
BlackvelTa Bull Durham
Smoking Tobacco Is the
best of that tobacco. Don't
be deceived when you bny.
Tho Durham Bull trade-
mars Is on
Blackwell's Genuine Bull Durham
Id the choice of all Jailga of
vitalizes and Enriches tho Blood, 1jnei
np tho System, Sialics tho Woak
Strong, Builds up the Broken
down, Invigorates tho
Dyspepsia, Nervous Affections, Gent
eral Debility, Neuralgia, Fever
and Ague, Paralysis, Chronic
Diarrhoea, Boils, Dropsy,
Humors, Female Com
plaints, liver Com
ILL DISEASES ORIGINATING IN A BAD STATt
OF THE BLOOD, OR ACCOMPANIED BY
DEBILITY OR A LOW STATE
OF THE SYSTEM.
Supplies the blocd with lu Vital Principle, 01
LHo dement, IRON, infusing Strength
yifjSE.anJi?.?i.cw tir ""o allpartscf the system
BEING FREE FROM ALCOHOL, its energiz
ag effects arc not followed by corrcspondLg rcac
ion, but are permanent.
SETH W I'OWLE .1- SONS, Proctors
iarrisoa Avenue Etca. SM Ly sI i -ujgLu
FRANK AND CLEAR.
Hiiviujr Admitted the Strength of
the Evidence a Prominent Phy-
-siinvn takes lexical Arti,n.
The following letter tells iU own story. Tho
sicnaturo will bo recognized as that of tho
Phy.icinn-in-Chief of tho De Quincy Home,
and author of "Drugs That Enslave," "Tho
Hypodermic Injection of Morphine," A Man
ual of Nursinjr." and many other popular and
valuable special medical werks:
191 West Tk.th Steeft, )
N kw York, August"!!. 1SS0. J
Mkssts.Sevbury k Joh.vson-,
GcnHenieii; Liko most of my profession, I
am cautious about pinning my fai h to any
new medicine or curative agent. But your
BENSON'S CAPCINE POROUS PLASTER,
has broken through tho barriera and won Its
way to my good opinion. My attention was
Grst called to it some eight months ago by a
patient of mino Although 1 was well ac
quainted with tho superior oxcollonco of your
other plaster and antiseptic dressing, mado
especially for the profession, tho Benson s
was comparatively now to mo. I had heard,
however, of it3 merits as a remedy, in cases
of Lamo Back, Local Rheumatism, Neural
gia. Congestion of the Bronchial Tubes and
Lungs. Dyspepsia, Torpid Liver and tho like
affections, and bavo since begun to experi
ment with it personally. I find BENSON'S
CAPCINE PLASTKRan exceptionally clean
ly plaster to use. and rapid in its action.
Many tcst3 of its qualities, mode in my own
family and among my patients havo convinc
ed me that there is no slaglo article so valu
able for popular use, nor so helpful in the
diseases I havo named.
Should you desire to do so, you may uao my
name to that effect.
Very truly yours,
H. II. KANE, A. M.. 31, 6.
The genuine havo the word CAPCINE cut
in tho center. Trice 25 cents.
Seabury & Johnson, Chemists, New York.
J. H. D. GRAY.
Wholesale and retail dealer In.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND, AND CEMENT.
General utorae and Wharfage on reason
able terms. Foot of Bee ton street. Astoria
9hEm H JVt Blt
Ilwaco Steam Navigation Gq.'s
Astoria to Fprt Steucns, Fort Canby,
Connecting by stage, and boats for
Oysterville, Montesano and Olympia
, P? Until further notice the Ihv:
JsJj,U Steam Xaigiu Uo.'s ste.mit
111 leave Astoria
On Mondays Thursdays, and Saturday
(Oysterville and Moutesano mail days.
at 7 A.M.
Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and Ilwaco
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
Tlie steamer will leave Astoria at 9 a.m.,
as formerly, not being confined strictly to
Fare to Fort Canby and Ilwaco,.........T5 cts.
E?D.waco freight, by the ton. in lots of
one ton or over, S2 per ton,
y-For Tickets, lowage or Charter ap
ply at the office of tlie company, Gray's
wharf, foot of Benton street.
J. H. D. GRAY,
THE THINGYALLA LINE.
Is the only
Between NEW YOKK aud SCANDINAVIA.
First class Steamers and good usage.
Tickets for sale at A. .11. JOHNSON'S.
Apent, Astoria, Oregon.
TThion India Rubber Go's
Pure Para Gum
BEWAKK OF IMITATIONS I
Be sure the Boots are stamped CRACK
PROOF ou the heels, and have the PURE
GUI! SPRIKG8 on tno foot and iiibtep,
which prevent their cracking or breaking.
We a.e now making them with RUBBER
AND ASBESTOS Soles which will make
tuein last more than twice as long as auj
Rubber boots made
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
ALL KINDS KUBUF.lt BELTING, PACK
ING, HOSE. SPRINGS. CLOTHING,
BtJOTS AND SHOES. Etc.
COODYEAR RUBBER CO.
It. H. PEASE. Jr. i Agents,
S. M. RCNYON. f S.iu Eranclsco.
SMALL MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
Piano, and Organ Instructors.
LITTLE GIANT STECK PIANO
PRESIDENT OF UNITED STATES
GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF CANADA
GOVERNOR OF OREGON.
ASTORIA MUSICAL SOCIETY.
MRS. J. W. CONN, of Astoria.
D. A. MCINTOSH, Esq. "
CHAS. "WRIGHT, Esq.
And by 3Iony Other Prominent Musicians.
CELEBRATED TABER ORGANS.
Elesnnt Packard Orchestral Orjrun
Only exclusive Music House In the North
west. Only wholesale and retail House In
165 First St., Portland, Oregon.
BUY THE BEST !
Salmon Net Threads
Woodberry, and Needle Brands,
COM JfflltuD LIKES,
FlHh Pomidio, Seines, uud XetH
Imported to Order. A
Large Sioctof HettiitfldldiH
AND FISH HOOKS.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
HENRY DOYLE & CO., .
517 and 519, MARKET STREET
JSTAgents for the Pacific Coast.
The Astoria Passenger Line
WILL AFTER THIS DATE HAVE ITS
headquarters at its Staules next to B.
B. Franklin's. tvo doors bWow Tiik Asto
ui ax office. First-class Livery service. Carts
with horse furnished, for one dollar per
hour. Carriages on application
The Atorla Passenger Line Hacks will
leave for Upper Astoria from the stables.
Horses taken to board.
MRS. T. O'BRIEN.
Fresli and Cured Meats.
SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY.
Next Door to John Rogers' Central Market.
To All Whom It May Concern.
HAVING THIS DAY SOLD MY ENTIRE
pecuniary interest In the Mercantile
Business, to R. H. Carnahan, he (Carnahan)
will pay all bills (If any) owing hy me. on
account or said mercantile business, and all
amounts due mo on account of the same
should be paid to him.
I desire to kindly thank all my fnends and
patrons for your liberal support during the
fifteen years I have been with you. and I
desire to bespeak for my successor even
more liberal patronage than you have given
me. "With some regrets and much pleasure
I step down and out. c
Astoria, 3Iarch 2ist, 1SS4.
Oregon Railway & Navigation
Dunns the month of April. 18M, Ocean
MunTs wil s.iil from roitland to San
Frmctci. and fr 111 an Francisco 10 Port
land, as follows, leaving Aln-worth Dok.
P.ir land, at Midnight, and Spear Street
n iimi. 0.111 r riiiic.scw. 111 10 A. 31. :
roni San Francisco. From Portland.
St to of al . FriAPnoreKon KatS
li'lnnitiia Tues SlMate.f Cnl....Wed 9
ivnun .. .. at 12 Co umbia Sun 13
tate of a'.... Wed itlOrfRoo .Thur 17
'"'n ba hun 2 .-rui of Ual....Mon
' rejtou Thur at'Co.nmbxa.... i-h 25
a teoli nl....Alou .S Oregon .Tues 23
Mav I .Miv
Columbia Fri 2'stateof Cal....Sat 3
Tliroush Tickets sold to all principal
cities in the United States, Canada and
Passenger Trains leave-Eortland for East
ern points, at 7 :30 A. M. dally.
land.'dSLPaaf. M nmaloit b6tWMaP,,rt-
IUYEK DIVISION (Middle Colanblaj;
Boats leave Portland for Dalles at 7 -09
Leave Port-i j i i i " i '
land for iMonl Tu. IWe.lThu.1 Fri. I Sat.
lumbia.... Is AMJ6 AM
Lravmn. ii it a
Tacoma. daily ut 4PM
Ssoand steamers do not run'aanaaya".
cap? sd3w.0rU fr PonIad " 6 -m-dtU -
A T QTmri- 0. H. PRESCOTT,
A. L. STOKLa, Manager.
Act' Gen'l Freight and Pass. Agt ""
Oregon & California R. R.
OREGON & TRANSCONTINENTAL
On and after February 24th, 1SSL trains will
run a? follows : DAILY Except fcundays).
etw ecu lOKTLA.D and FUCSIX.
, . ,. MAIL TRAI
LEAVE. ' ARRIVE,
Portland.-. 7 :30 a. MlPhocnlx 6:00 A. at.
Fhcenlx. 7:t0 p. Ml Portlands. 4:25p.m.
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN.
Portland 1 :00 P. M.'Lcbanou 9 :20p M
Lebanon i :15 a. m. Portland... io :05 a. n
The Oregon and California Railroad Ferry
makes connection with aU Regular Trains
ou Eastslue Division.
Itetweeu Portlum and CorvalUm
n LEAVE. ARRIVE.
Portland 9 do a. M.iCorvaUl- 4 -J30 p. sl
Cotvallis 8 :30 a. M.lPortland 3 :2Q p.m.
Portland 5 :00 p stlMcMInnville 8 rf pm
McMinuville5:t5 AMlPortland 8 :30asi
Close conuecilons made at Phcenlq
with the.Stages of the Oregon and Califor
nia Stage Company.
CBTickcts for sale at all the principal
points in California, at Company's Office,
Corner F and Front its., fortland, Or,
Frelellfc will nnfho ratavaA tny chmmnr..
after 5 o'clock p.m. on either the East or
West side DivLlon.
R. KOEHLhR, E. P. ROOER3,
Gen'l Manager. Act'g O. F. 4 Paaa. At
Notice of Chief of Police.
Notice la hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the Auditor and
Clerk of the city of Astoria in Clatsop
county, state of Oregon, ou the 19th day
of February, 18S4, and to me directed,
commanding me to levy upon and sell
as by law provided, lot numbered 6, In
block numbered 134, in that portion of
said city of Astoria which was lafd
out and recorded by John Al. Shively,
to satisfy an assessment of S26L20,
as declared and assessed upon said
lot 6 by ordinance No. 667 of
said city, for the improvement
and repair of that portion of "West
Eighth street in said city, between the
south aide of Water street and the south,
sideot Cedar street, as provided and
directed by ordinance No. 560 of said
city, I have levied upon said lot 6 and
shall proceed to sell the same at public
auction to the highest bidder for cash
in 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. ot said day
to satisfy said sum of 202,20, and costs
of 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 Police.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the Auditor and
Clerk of the City of Astoria, iu Clatsop
county, state of Oregou, on the 19th day
of February, 1884, and to me directed,
commanding me to leyy upon and sell
as by law provided, lot numbered 6 In
block numbered 134, in that portion of
said city of Astoria, which was laid out
and recorded by John M. ShiveJy, to
atisfy 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 side of West 6th
street and west end of Water street as
provided and directed by ordinance No.
;"i34 of said city, I have levied upon said
lot ti and shall proceed to sell the same
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
April, 1SS4. at the hour of ten o'clock A.
3i. of said day, to satisfy said sum ot
lorty dullars and costs of sale. The
names of the owners of said lot as des
ignated by said ordinance No. 548 are
W. W. Parker and G. Y. Parker.
C. W. LOUGHERY,
Chief of Police of said City of Astoria
mHIS INSTITUTION. UNDER CARE OF
A the Sisters of Charity, Is now ready for
the reception of patients.
Private rooms for the accommodation ol
any desiring them.
Patients admitted at all hours, day or night.
No physician has exclusive right, every
patient is free to and has the privilege of
employing any physician they prefer.
United States Marine
Seamen who pay Hospital Dues, are eutl
tied to Free care and attendance at thLi Hos
pital during sickness. Permits must be ob
tained for United States Marines at the Cus
SISTEE3 OF CHABITY
NOTICE IS HEREKY GIVEN-THAT 1 80LD
and disposed of aU mi interest in and to tba
firm of Wherry & i;o. to (J. J. Traaohard on May
tint. U8a and that since said data I hara not
been a partner nor have 1 had any interest in said
firm, nor have I now any interest therein, and I
hereoy give notice that I trill not be responsible
for any. of the debts or liibilities contracted
since said date or wnich may be hereattar con
tracted by said firm.
CANNERYMEN ! !
PACIFIC METAL WORKS
Importers and Manufacturers of
Canners' Solder a Specialty,
Strip Lead, for Leading Lines,
Plate Zinc, for Cutting Acid,
Bar Copper, Pig Lead and Pig Tin.
48 Xorth second St., Portlamd, Or
115 & 117 a iTHt St., Saa FraaclM.