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PORT OF ASTORIA.
Clt of Carlisle, Br bk Quf-enitovn April 3J
Rtt of Cit'iforala. w Debner.Si F April "I!
THE KEPUBLICAX STATE COXTEXTIOX
A IIRI VA LS FROM SKA
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VESSELS-IS THE RIYKk:
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Red Cross. Am sp -Mart ha Fjsher. .
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VESSELS OA THE WA i .
I'nin Forole" Forth, for il
Cur of York. Grot-nook April 11
Grivsdalc, l"rsp Lirorpool. April 9
l-nrco Law. Ur sp Hull March 13
Tjthonus, Br bk London Decu
From American Port.
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"I he hours between iiikImIIsI and noon are
designated bv a a. 31.), those between noon
:ind midnight bv v (l: 31.). 0ft. 09m a denotes
undnif.lit. irt 00m. denote noon.
The height is reKoiit-d lruiu the level if
ente lowei low watvrslo which thesound
liig ar git e n ! Shat bii'wy charts.
A Republican convention for the hfate
of Orecon is called to meet at the city of
Portland, Orecon, on Wednesday, the,
30th dav of April, 1581, at 11 o'clock a. h..
for the purpose of nominating candi
dates for the following offices, lo-wit:
Representative in congress, judge-of the
supieme court, the presidential elector.
- .J -i:.-J;r nflinnrc fnr liiCAVPrMl "Hflio"-
al districts, and to select six delegates to
attend the nationnl Republican conven
tion, and io transact such other business
as may properly come lx-fore the conven-
Tho convention will consist of 'XXi dele
gates, apportioned among the sovoral
counties, as follews:
... r!L3ke 1'
... OiLane 10
... 6Marion- IS
... 4Multnomah 35
... 6Polk S
... S.Tillamook 2
... 2IUmetilla 12
... fi Wasco 8
... 6 Washington 8
The same being one delegate at largo
from each coanty, 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 Inst
The committee recommend that the
primaries bo held on Saturday, the 12th
of April, and the count' conventions on
Tuesday, the 22d day of April, unless
otherwise ordered by fhu proior county
The committeo 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 thoy represent.
The Republican voters of the state,
without regard to post political differ
ences, who are in favor of elevating and
dignifying American lalwr, giving free
popular education to the inaascs of the
people, effectually protecting all human
rights in every section of our common
country, and" who desiie to promote
friendly feeling and permanent harmony
throughout theBtate by maintaining a
government plodged to these objects
and privileges, are cordially invited to
unite in selecting delegates to the Re
publican slate convention.
SOL. HIRSCH, Chairman.
Portland, Oregon, Feb. 21, 18S4.
1 One of the Small Things or HNtory. b&sJ g 1 TRANSPORTATION LINES. TRANSPORTATION LINES.
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!S THE TIME
One or the Small Things or HNtory.
The constitutional convention of
I Colorado had completed its labors
coiumitico or revision,
B i is at tms seamen v.nru tno wikmi miu ni,-;ni, T,wi-. Ariio of Vr rn
A inrxpiiatm :fe traded vita linpunties, ,,.'.' "-P- '"""J- " ;"w .
th:itDL-n'unii5lIt!:i:.r.Huini!ialin"Lnii- cent Icrntonal ir.ilc-. noted, for not
lions, itchlup Tortures, halt itiieiim, or l.e oulv his Inh i"al nttammeuw. bnl
Hunio)s.Serofu'a.yrr..fulousS-.ie.Al)5'v "f l eicgan. pU.RMioiogy ..mi
es and Discharging AVosmcK. -mil even pe- literary accomplishment, had raade,
cles ofUrhing. Ser.lv and limply iijmw- the final report, which was adopted;'
es r the Man and Scji1j are most .Mwedily all lb t TemJaj,lcj vas ;i:0 -im" of j
and ecoiionilcallvciued tv the ( tmcotA 111 l" -m"-tiwi., -i . i-.j-t,
HKaihniKs. the inslrnnient. The convention took
IT IS k
Hundred.'' of letters in onr toevion .con
pies of whieh rajr bo had by return mail, pro
our juithosity for tho :i-.riion thnt kin.
Scalp at d Blood Humors, whether Fcrofulou?
Inherited or Contagion, may 2()W ho per
manently cured by Ccticuha lUsoLVcrr. the
new Blood Purifier. Diuretic and Aperient,
internally, and Ccticura and CrrtcTH Soap.
the great Skin Curc3 and lieatifier. exter
nally, in ono half tbo time and at one half
the expense ol any others eaEon.
TUG iiOAT USl A tlii FS.
GREATEST ON EARTH.
Cl'ticcba Rnucntfs aro tho greatest medi
cines on earth. Had the worst cae Salt
rthcnin in th s county. J'y mother had it
twenty yeara, nnd in fact died from i'.. 1 uo
lievo Ccticcca would havo ravol her life.
My arms, breast nnd hed wcro covered for
threo years, whicti nothinc relieved or cured
until I used the Cuticcca llvsoLVtrrr inter
nally, nnd CCTirCRA and CimruRA boAH ex
ternal.y. .1. W.ADA.MS, Xowart.O.
GREAT BLOOD MEDICINES.
Tho half has not been told as to tho srent
curative Dowers ot iho Clticuev ItrLniF.s. I
have raid hundred tf dollars for medicines
to euro dt caseof the bleed and sUin. nnd
never found anything jet io eial the t'tTt
ccca IUjikwis Oil A. A. 1 I.LI AMS.
Providence II. 1.
CURE IN EVERY CASE.
Your CtTiccR-v Rimkoils outsell all other
metcinos I koep for bkin di'eas'4. My cus
tomers and patients pay thnt they hare cfiu ct
ed a euro in every instance, where other rem
edies havo failed.
II. W. UHOCinV AY. M. D.
Franklin Fall;. X. 11.
Sold by ulldruicciftts. Price: CcTiiTi:A.r.0ci.
Krsoltt, SI Soap, sr cent. I'Oitkp.
Dare avd CnKiiiCAL to.. Boston, Moss.
Send for "IIom Io Cure sliln Disease.
"DT? A TTT1 1'or Itoush. Chapped a d
JjJhlXV J. X Creasy . Shin, lilackitonds
Pimples.-kin P.lemijho', nnd Infantilo Hu
mor, uo CtTicuitA So:, a real LeHutifier
1'oliottlnt; Ji the wheiluU ol pilee-. for
lowaj;e 'a and out oyrr the Columbia Kar t
For e-eN net inward . Ont ward.
eicpe:i!:i lAad.i'. liallast.
WW UtUi. .$l.r4l .-bill -I.nJ
SJU to KMW tHS. 1'H) 17.. 175
lOOO to 1200 tons... 2i" JQI 2iAI
1200 to 1400 ton!.. 27' 22"i 2.VJ
:4oo to lww ton... :vi ) :wi
Columbia River Exports.
j m;ai:y. 'i.
Mi,nL.X'Al&?& I'll- . (S7.i7i5
riani, f.2?o hhl- 423.tW'J
rtrfi lut'dtrfrt," .S7a12
Wheat. 314,113 bus 6313,I"ii
Flour, 49 C-yJ bbN 221.097
SiJinon. 101 o 2.U1S
Lumber. tW) M 7.00O
Total, t t-aigoi--. .?514.c-l
11 7" Lfrrpi. t TilUe 12. SUittmci,.
Flour, 14.605 bids 7o.li
Wheal. 10.9M bus . -i7.a)l
14 To Qucensfowit jjrr UU-tr Imlu.
Flour. 17.S2S bbl- iHii
17- To Qufeifif.i) ju-r Mrnm.
Wheat. C2.0-I Je V2I
18- Tt AnUvetut jtrr llfultlnitd LUjhl.
Wheat, W."J7.i Io r 5:r2-i
21 To (tn:iisl'nr,i. ;.er Oily kj Corlislr.
Wheat 17.7.J0 bu r.821
KKPL'bLICAN COl'.NTY CONTEST10X.
A Republican county convention forj
the comity of Clatsop ia hereby called to j
meet at tho county court house in the cify j
of Astoria, on Wednesday, April 23d, at
one o'clock i. sl, for tho purpobe of
electing six delegates to the Republican
state convention, and to nominate county
officers and transact such other business
as may properly come before the conven
tion. Tho convention will consist of 44 dele
gates apportioned among the several pre
cincts as follews:
Clifton . 2
Young's River 2
Lewisand Clark's 1
John Days 1
Upper Astoria 4
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. if. C.
George at the last general election.
It is recommended bv tho committer
that tho prininriea be held on Saturday,
It is also recommended that delegates
uuablo to utteud give their proxies to
parties residing within their own pre
cincts. By order of Republican count v euui
mittee. T. S. J E WETT, Secre'tnrj .
Astoria, Jilarch 20, 1S81.
S6 "EH r"-l'!i-1 B&B "3ttk 9Mk Til K
flrB am ""Jff iu E Bra m H
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE,
Head Colds, Waters" Piscbarce from tho
Nose and Kyes. l'.ingint; Noises in the Hend,
Xctvouslleaducho and Fever Instantly ro-Hi-ved.
Chokiua muo-is di lo?od, membrane cleans
ed nnd healed, breath sweetened, smell, ta'to
and hearing ro-tored, and rnvagos checked.
Conch, isronchitis Droppings into tho
Throat. Pain" in tho thet. lyspepin, Wn t
in:; of itrcnctb nnd Flosh. L053 of laep, etc.
Ono bottle Radical Cure, ono box Catarrhal
Solvent and ono L)r, Fonferd'j Inhaler, in 010
naokaco. of all drueKhts. for 1. Ask for San-
r.Hi)'s KAntcALCt'Rr. a puro distillation of
itch Hazel. Am. line. Ca. rir, .Marigold,
Clover Blossoms, ote. I'otti-i: Dree ani Ciikm
ical Co . Boston.
ol!In; Yoltalc Electric
Plaster instantly afTect3
tho Nervous Sj'stem aud
luini'hc 1 in A perfoct
Electric ltatterj com
Mnrd with a Porous Plas
ter for 25 reals. It nni-
SUrflnlKB KEEYE hilates Pain, vitoltics
Weak and Worn Out Pain, strencthens Tired
Mufclei. prevents di'csso. and does morn in
one half tho tiuio tLnn any other paster in
tho world. .old everywhere.
Tlit? n'cflj.t f ecrlnhi uitioic- i Or
eyon produce at .San I'tancit,. iivm
January 1, l.Sc4. lo Attsl h, tiiclti
-Ive, h:te !!:
Flour, tp s,
h! !:l.h .
A pi " ila. I ;".'b v"".7.
Tallow, ukgs ,
Fruit, Dried, pkgs
Hams, pkgs .
Corn. ctls... .:
Canned Goods, cs
Astoria Retail Marker.
Flour jer sack Sltt.
Wheat, per cental -S2.00
Bacon, sides per ft, 14 to 18 cts.
Shoulders, " l2r($lZ cts.
Haras, " 1620 cts.
Lard, " 16 cts.
Beef, 1218 cts.
Mutton, 12J15 cts.
Pork, 12K15 cts.
Veal, 15ii8 cts.
Butter, per roll 50rto cts.
Eggs, per dozen2530 cts.
Potatoes, per 1001b 1.50 to 1.G5
Apples, green, per box S2.00. to 2.2d
Cheese, per lb 2025 to 40 cts.
Cornmeal, per lb 4 cts
Oatmeal, " 6 cts. -
Beans, " 4b'K cts.
Coffee, " 12X40ctb.
Tea, " 4090cts.
Rice, " 8 10 cts.
Sugar, ' 914 cLs.
Syrup, per gallon 70c 31.
Honey, per gallon 1J50.
Salmon, per kit ST..
Onions, per tti cts.
Apples dried per B 1018 clfi.
Peaches " " 13 18 cts.
Plums, " " 12 if, cts.
Candles, per lb 20 cts.
Chickens, per dozen So.
Hay, per ton Si0.
Hides, per tt G 9 cts.
Oils, per gallon, boiled linseed, 75e;
raw linseed. 70c; coal oil, 40c; lard5l.25.
Brewery Beer Saloon.
The Best Beer 5 cts a Glass.
Hot Ldnch every Day from 10 to 12 A. H
The best of Liquors and Cigars on nand.
A deservedly popular place of social resort.
Following id the platform adopted by
the Democratic state convention nt The
Dalles. April 17th:
' The l)emocracy of the state of ( )repon,
ia council assembled, declare:
First That we favor the forfeiture of
nil unearned railroad and -ragon road
grants and the opening of the land to
f-eitlenieut aud occupancy by those en
titled lo the benefits of the various lend
in .!?. j laws of the United Stptt-j.
"I Second That we are in f.tvor of tho
!''', I p.s.i;e by congress of laws made in the
I uilerei of the potiple, regulating inter-
stitte commerce, and aieo btale laws, con
trolling :.nd regulutuig fares and freights
uon all transportation lines, and pre
venting discrimination in invor 01 or
against persons or places.
Third That we look with alarm upon
the unauthorized assumption of nower
and jurisdiction of United States courts
m interfering with ouicera collecting the
revenue of tho state of Oregon.
Fourth That we are in favor of tho
mortgage tax law, and believe the prin
ciple of taxation enunciated therein is
correct and oucht to be sustained.
Fifth That we favor tho passage of
such laws in relation to tho assessment
and collection of taxes as will make the
assessment and taxation of property
equal and uniform throughout the state,
and demand the strict enforcement of
such laws when enacted.
Sixth That the power conferred by
the federal constitution upon congress to
enact tariff laws was given for the sole
and exclusive purpose of deriving reve
nues for the support of such government,
and that the enacting of any tariff law
tor any other purpose, such as taxation
of one class of people, is as entirely un
warranted by the constitution as it is re
pugnant to justice and inimical to the
general welfare, and we therefore favor a
tariff for revenue, limited to the necessi
ties of government economically admin
istered, and n gradual but persistent re
duction of the existing protective duties.
Seventh That the improvement of our
coast harbors, the Columbia river and its
tributaries, is of vital importance to the
commerce of tho whole state of Oregon,
and we earnestly ask that an adequato
appropriation be mado by our present
congress to begin the work of tho Colum
bia river bar improvement, already too
long neglected. We also oak such appro
priation for the Cascade locks as will in
sure their speedy completion; also, we
ask of our representatives in congress a
united effort to secure a liberal appropri
ation for the improvement and continua
tion of the work of improving the har
bors of laqmua bay, Uooa bav ana the
Eighth That we favor the abolition of
the prison contract system, and the pres
ent coolie trade conducted on this coast,
as degrading to the wage workers of the
Ninth That for the purpose of pre
venting growing frauds in our elections,
and to preserve the fruits of the ballot
box, wo favor the passage of a registry
Tenth That we are in favor of more
1 efficient mechanics' lien laws.
sort mtv :ur.i:Ti. -..
Temple liotlgo. No. ;AP.A il.
lhtatid third Tucsdius hi car'iV
month. at 7's o'clock, v. m.. at the'vx
Halt in Astoria. Members of the oidcr m
good standiuzare linlted to attcmh.
By order of the . .M.
Beaer Lodge No 35. 1. 0. 0. Y.
t- irrs r 1 . t u rkti vn kv.
ix ery I'hursdny evening at ""fjsjsr
seven 0cl ok. at the i,ocli:e:"T;"S' -"
room in ou.i renews nan, Asto
ria. Sojourning members of the order li
god standi')'!'. cordial!". !uitedtoaiteitl.
Bv order X. (J.
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O.O.P.
Reoui.au MhKiiXGs or ockax i:v
caiiipmeut Xo. is. I. o. u. !".. :ti ihe
Lode, in iho uld Fellows I'lilbiln. at
seven i. M on tho second and focrth
Mondays or eaen inonlh. .Sojourning breth
ren conliiilK invited.
By order ' C P.
Seaside Lodge No. 12, A. O. TJ. W.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
Lodce No. 12, A. O. U. W. will be held
In Pythian Hall on Friday evening of each
week, at 7 o'clock r. i." Members, of the
order in good .si&udiii. and visiting Broth
ers are invited to attend. Library will be
open fifteen minutes before aud after each
meeting. Uy order M. W.
C. HltOWX. Bee.
Astoria Liodrre No. 40. L O. G.l.
REGULAR MEETING EVERY TIIUHS
day evening at 7 ibi o'clock, in the Hall
over Mr. Case's stoie. Members of the Or
der, In good standing, hip Invited to attend.
By order W. C. T.
American Legion of Honor.
REGULAR MEETING OF ASTORIA
Council No D9V Ls held on the first and
third Tuesday of each mouth, at 7 o'clock i.
M. By order of the Council Commander.
Cushing Post No. 14, G. A. R.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS POST
on the Kcond and fourth Tuesdays of
each month at 7 -JS0 1: m. Visiting "com
rades cordially Invited. By oider
a recess to allow time to have iho
constitution written out on parchment-
Some of Ihe members Avere
loitering in iho ante-room of the
large hall in which the convention
held its session when all or :i sudden
one of the members spoke up and
said, "TYe have forgot something. "Ve
have made no provision for Colorado
io cast its vote at the approaching
presidential election." Thatcher rc-
nKo.l -rrilnl ir- cN. o,w"J irn mllct Jit
t'llUI, XllUt JO 91', Ullll "V ..' 1
once arrange it. Tell the sergeanl-
at-arms lo go for the president and
all the absent, members and have the
convention imraeiliately reassem
bled.' This was done and a clause
inserted in the constitution authoriz
ing the legislature of Colorado nt its
first session to elect presidential
electors. The legislature met on ihe
1st of November, and on the 7th day
of that month met in joint conven
tion and elected three Republican
presidential electors, who duly cast
their votes in the electoral college for
Tlayca ami "Wheeler. There could be
no provision made in time for the
peoplo at large to vote for the presi
dential electors, as they would have
to do this by the preliminary action
of tho stale legislature in a general
election law, which, or course, could
not be passed and placed in opera
tion within the two days inter
vening between its meeting
and the presidential election.
Colorado has. of course, since
adopted the mode of the other states
in this matter. Its lir.-t presidential
vote was to meet the emergency, ilad
it not been for an accidental remark,
tho convention would have adjourned
without making u needed, provision, j
lhero would havo been no need for
tho electoral commission, as, without
the vote of Colorado, there could
havo been no disagreement on the
subject of who was elected president.
Tilden would have been, under the
circumstances, unquestionably presi
dent ol the United States. It is an
other incident showing how great
events aro frequently shaped by acci
The one especially marked con
trast between the industry of tho
present and that of two or three cen
turies ago, is found in the extent to
which the forces of nature have be
come subservient lo capital. Tho
possessor of capital, being alone able
to command these forces, has in the
present an advantage which he never
had in the past; and his superiority
over tho mere laborer, ia the struggle
for gain, is now greater than ever be
fore, by all the contributions winch
the gratuitous powers of nature mal:o
in his behalf. Not only has the capi
talist acquired a new advantage over
tho laborer through the improvements
in machinery, but the large aggrega
tions of capital ia moat de
partments of production have
a more than proportional ad
vautago over small amounts. These
facts account for the existing tenden
cy in industrial affairs tho tendency
to mass capital and establish corpora
tions. Modern industry has grown
out of its old relations, and by rea
sons of tho special development in
this direction the divorso interests of
society are thrown out of adjustment.
This makes dissatisfaction., particu
larly on the part of those who feel
they havo lost somewhat ot their for
mer advantage. There arises a belief
that something is wrong in the solid
body, and the social doctors prepare
their remedies, often -without any ad
equate understanding of the nature
of the disease they propose lo cure.
Vi r"Ur"L Ki
fiwaco Steam Hav&atiQn Oo.'s
WINTER SCHEDULI. !
Astou'u to Fort Stevens, Fort Canby, j
rvmnvlirg by fctas:.' and boats for I
Gystervilie. Montesano and Olympia
Until further notice the Ihvaco
Steam Naigation CV.'j, steamer
fof7 is r 5 sS. PS SJ e1 .
W ill leave Astoria
On Mondays Thursdays, and Saturdays
(Oyster, llle and Montesano mail tlavs.
nt 7 A. t,h
1 Ft.Stevcns. Ft. Canby and llwaco
t Tcesjays, Wednesdays, and Fiidutji
The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 a.m..
1 as formerly, not helm: cisiiiiett Mrictty to
1 t-chedtile time.
Fare-lo lirt Caiiby and liwaeo 75 cts.
Oregon Railway & Navigation
o vras i Vision.
During the nionRi of April. 1SSJ, Ocean
Steamers Mill sad from Portland to San
Fi'tuciseo. and from ""an Francisco to Port
land, as follows, leaving Ainworth Dock,
Portland, at Midnight, and Spear Street
Wharf. S:i Francisco, at 10 A. M. :
r rom San Franuco. I From Portland.
SMtaor f al. . Kri JlOroson Sat 5
Columbia... Tue 8.statoof Cat... Wed 9
Oregon s.-u !' Columbia bun 13
tteo"l.a!....V."ed I Oregon Thur 17
(-oiumbia Sun Sflptatoof CaI....Mon 21
Oregon Thar iliConimbu Fri 25
ritateof Cti... Men IS Orecon Tues 2S
Columbia Fri 2'StatoofCal Sat 3
TliroBirli TiclcetM sold to all principal
cities in the United States. Canada and
Passenger Trains leave Portland for East
ern points, at 7 :30 A. M. daily.
PallsBan Palac Our. runnta botweea Port
UnU. awl St. Paul,
J-l-lfr.K UlMiyiuS (Middle Colnnibia).
Boats leae Portland for Dalles at 7 :00
This powder never vanes. Amr.iU'1 i
purity, strength and wholesomcne .-. More
economical th-m the ordinary kn.ds. and
cannot behold in competition with the inn'-.
titudu ot low test short weight, alum ort
phosphate nowiieis. Sold only 1-1 cii. lto -,
r.B.i;iNr. Powdkk Co., 10; ali--l. X. .
SCSrllwaca freight, by the ton. In IuN of
one ton or over, S2 pr ton,
fcgFoc Tickets. Tnv:it:t) or Charter ap
ply at the cilice of the ronipunj, t'rnv'.s
wharf, foot of lvnion s rt ol.
.!. II. D.Gl'AY.
Is the rtftlj
Bctv.cvn :tKV YORK aud M'ANniNAX IA.
First da1-' Stuainers :.u.l qorwl itsagi-.
Tit-Urtt rr Mile al .t. 31. JOSiNsOV.s.
AgMit. Astiiiia. Orejc.n:.
iMon.'Tu. IWc.Thu. Fri.
land for j
4toria anil I :
lower Co-I I
lumbia... IfiAM 6 AM
Saleni .... 1. ,..,
CorTMIis.i "Aj. . ...
j Tacoma. daily at . TpB
j ounll Stontners tlo not run &unaays"
! cc!"?"!, ?sior f"r Portlard at B a. ta. daily ex-
, . ,., C.H. PP.ESCOTT.
a. u .rOKEs, Manier
l-talr-iitehtcndl-a,-.. At - 'aKl,-r-
Wo hav si!catoTr SIOO.OOO.CO in defending I TJnlOll
mwSSt wtneBuauua lWl as on? twtojmrtj
Undoubtedly no is toAzy tho moat alnab!o Bull .
in tlis vrcriu. :ow ii nuuiua w na "rv .. '
lure Para Hum
SSiSSSS'!1 RUBBER BOOTS.
Tho wles of BlactsrelTa Bull Darhan bmokiaa
lobacco far exceed thosa of any otuer brandlu
tto world. EimpljJ bcaiose it has been. 13. and will
lie. the best that can be made. All dealers hava IU
Lobs for trade-iaari: cf ths Bell oa every pscSoscj.
UFAVAltK OK IMITATIONS!
Re ure tin' P.o:- are stamped GTiACK
PliOOFanthu lieeh. aud have the PURE
OHM SPltlXGS on the foot ami Instep,
which prevent their cracking or breaking.
We aie now making them with UlTUISFlli
AKI ASBESTOS Soles which will make
them last more than twv'c :s long an any
Rjbber boots niailc.
FOR SALIS BY ALL 1HEALKSS.
ALL KINDS RUBRMR BELTLNG. I'ACK-
!XG, HOSK.SPR1XGS. CU) Cf UNO,
BUOTJs AND SHOES. Etc.
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. ll. PKase. Jr. f Ageuts.
S. M. Rl'N'YON, Sau Francisco.
Oregon cS: California R. R.
oregox v- ti:anscontinentai.
On and after February 21th, issi, trains wlU
ran asrollow3 : DAILY (.Except Sundays).
ft w ecu POKTL.. ami PHO;.M.
l--v J- ARRIE,
I'oitlrtntL.. 7 :C0 a. mi Plia-nis. 5:00 a. m.
PlKcnix. 7:t0r..MPortIand.. 4:25 p.m.
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN.
Portland 1 :00 1: m.' Lebanon 9 20 p. m
lbanon......4 :t5 a. M.'Portland... 10 :05 a. m
The Oregon and California Railroad Ferry
makes connection with all regular Trains
till rui-jiac UlWslOil.
ML'M&G&gr AM S-Q
, Sf?ALL MUSICAL felERGHANDlSE
Piano, rtrui Organ Instructors.
I'ltallzes and Enrichci tbo Ulood, -onei
up tho System, TJaLcrf tho IvY-aU 1
Strong, Bullils up tbo Sroion-
down, InvIsoratc9 iho
GERMANIA BEER HALL
Paclflc Lodgo No. 17. K. of P.
"DEGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS
Lodge every Friday eveuing, at 7 :30
ociock, iu tueir uasne uati, aojounun
Knights cordially invited to atten .
GEO. P. WHEELER,
K. of It. and S.
A3tor Lodge No. O. K. of P.
IEGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS
Lodge even Wednesday eveuing, at
7 30 o'clock, at their lodge room. In Pvtliiau
Cotle. Sojiiurulng Knights cordially" Invit
ed to attend. V. L. KO'BB.
lv. of U. and S.
BOTTLED JSEER DEPOT,
.'hi.;;m.iu Street, Aatorln.
The Best of Lager 5 Cts. a Glass.
Onlers for tile Celebrated
Colmnbia Brewery Beer
Left at liii", place will be promptU
itirXo cheap San Francisco Beer ld at
W.M. BOCK, l'rojirietor.
Leinenweber & Co..
Oregon Paint and Varnish Works,
M&nuf&cturr rs f
Paints, YarnisI and Lacper.
Any shade mixed aud ground to order.
C. F. FEAIlSOJf 4c CeM
P.O. Bos lis. Portia, or.
J. H. D. GKAY.
Wholesale and retail dealer in.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AH D FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc
LIME, SAND, AND CEMENT.
General storage and Wharfage on reason
able terms. Foot of Bectooitreet. Astoria
REGULAR MEET1XGS. SECOND AND
fourth Tuesday evenings of each month
at 74 o'clock.
s-Fersons desiring to hate matters acted
upon by the Council, at auv regular meet
ing must present the same to the Auditor
and Clerk, on or before the Friday evening
Grlortothe Tuesday on which the Council
olds Its regular meetinz.
Auditor and Clerk.
Grace Church Holy communion
first Sunday of every month. Sunday
services at 11 A. M., and 7 r.M. Wednes
day evening service at 7 o'clock. Itev.
jr. D. Wilson, Rector.
First Presbyterian Cnuncu Ser
vices at 11 A. m. and 7 p. xi. Wednes
day evening prayer meeting at 7
o'clock. Key. J. v. Milligan, Pastor.
Congregational Cuurcii Services
at 11 A. M. and 7 p. m. Kev. Sam'l
Roman CATnoLifLCnuncir Services
atlO-SOA.M. Rev. L. Dlelman. Pastor
M. E. Church Sen-ices at 11 a. m.
and 7 p. M. Lecture and Prayer Meet
ing, Wednesday, al 7 p. m. Rev. Wm.
Baptist Church. Services each
Lord's Day at 11 a. m., and 7 p. m.
Prayer Meeting on Wednesday, at 7
?: x. Rev. B. S. McLafferty, pastor.
TAMERS KM CDRRRIES,
Manufacturers and Imj orlcrs or
all kinds of
LEATHER AND FMHGS.
Wholcsilc Dealers In
OIL AND TALLOW.
Cfrllij-hesr cash price paid for Hides and
Dyspepsia, Nervous Affections, Gen 1
eral Debility, Ifeuralgia, Fever j
and Ague, Paralysis, Chronic
Diarrlirsa, Bolls, 2ropsy,
Humors, Female Com
plaints, liver Com-
sU DISEASES ORIGINATING IN A BA0 STAT! i
OF THE BLOOD, 03 ACCOMPANIED BY
DEBILITY OR A LOW STATE
OF THE SYSTEM.
Supplies the blood with its Vital Principle, 01
Llfo Element, IRON, infusing Strength
Vigor and Xcw Llfo into all parts of the system
BEING FREE FROM ALCOHOL, its encrgiz
"ng effects arc not followed by corresponili..g reac
ton, but are permanent.
SETII V. rOWLE & SONS, Proprietors, &
garrison Avenue. Btcc. Sold by all I russet
BotTVfen J'tirtliuul nnl Corvnllts
Portland. 9 :C0 A. M.CorvalIi..4 -JX v. ar.
Corvallb- S :S0 A. M.rortlaud..JJ 0 p.m.
Piii'tland 5 :C0 r MjMcMInnviUe.S :00 PM
McMlnuvllle5:13 AMlPortland S :30am.
Close connections made at Pbceniq
with the Stages of the Oregon and Califor
nia Stage Company.
USTTickets for sale at all the principal
points In California, at Company's Office,
Corner F and Front its., rortland, Or.
Freight will not be received for shipment
after 5 o'clock p. m. on either the East or
West side Division.
R. KOEHLfcR, E. P.ROGERS.
Gtn'l Manager. Act'g G. F. 4 Pass. Agt
LITTLE GIANT STECK PIANO
PRESIDENT OF UNITED STATES
GOVERXOR-i J ENEKAL OF CANADA
GOVERNOR OF OREGON.
ASTORIA MUSICAL SOCIETY.
MRS.. I. W.CONN. of Astoria.
i. a. Mcintosh, Esq.
C1LVS. " IHG HT, Esi.
Did In .HsiiOtht-r Prfiialu?ut 3fuslelftm.
CELEBRATED TA8ER ORGANS.
Klejcnnt rtcLnnlOrcheytvuI Orsun
Only cclu-.ie Music House in the North
west." Only who'esalc and retail Hon-.c In
165 First St., Portland, Oregon.
ASTORIA, - - - OREQOW
miiis institution, under care of
-E. tho Sisters of Chant j'. Is now ready for
t he reception of patlen'3,
Piivate rooni3 for tho accommodation ot
Patients admitted at all bonis, day or night.
No physician has exclusive right, every
patient i free to and has tho privilege of
employing :,ny physician they prefer.
l'uitc-1 States Hariue
S-iunf-n who pay Ilospltal Dues, are enti
tled to Free care aud attendance at thLsHoi
pital during sickness. Permits must be ob
tained ror United Slates Marines at the Cus
Si&tkks or Charity
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE THE ASTO
riaWood Yard. Grav'.s Dock, foot of
Benton street, will sell wood at the follow
ing prices and deliver wherever the streets
are planked, between Trulllnger's Mill and
O'Brien's Hotel, back to AstorMreet :
Green Alder, 2-cut S4 CO per cord, long S3 75
Dry do do A 75 do do 4 00
Grnnemlo'k do 4 50 do do 3 75
Dry tto do 4 75 do do 4 00
Green Beaoh do 4 7 do do 4 00
Green Fir do 4 75 do do 4 00
Dry Fir do 5 00 do do 4 25
and S. llmlis do C 00 do do 5 23
and S. limbs do 5 75 do do 5 00
Wood of AH Kinds
By Ihe Scow load at. REDUCED RATES.
J. II. n.OKAY'
Astoria, February 1st, ISSI.
Cerner Washington and Coucomly Streets.
Astoria, Oregon. Sing Lee Froprletor.
Astoria, Feb. 3d, iasi.
The bearer. Sing Lee has bad considernbls
experience In the oest Laundries on the Pa
cific coast, and can be well n'commended by
those who have patronized him sluco ho
commenced business here.
Special Diseases Carefully
Offlce in Kong Wing Hie Store, on Che
npmus street, opposite Post Offlce.
FRANK AND CLEAR.
Having Admitted the Strength of
tlio Kvidcnce n Prominent Iliy-
slnan talces Xoglcnl Action.
Tho folloirins letter tolls iU own story. Tho
signature will bo recognized as that of the
Physician-In-Chief of the De Quincy Home,
and author of "Drugs That Enslave," "The
Hypodormic Injection of Morphine," A Man
ual of Xurainsr," and many other popular and
valnablo special medical werks:
191 West Tf.nth Stekct. j
New Yobk, August 11. ls0. j
Messts. Scascbv & Jousso.v,
Gentlemen: Liko most of my profe-aion, I
am cautious about pinning my fai'h to any
notr medicine or curative aijent. Bnt your
BENSON'S CAPCINE POROUS PLASTER,
hn3 broken through tho barriers and won its
way to my good opinion. My attention wa3
Cr3t called to it some eight months ago by a
patient of mino Although I was well ac
quainted with tho superior excellence of your
other plaster and -antiseptic drefisins, made
especially for tho profession, tho Benson's
was comparatively new to me. I had heard,
however, of its merits as a remedy, in cases
of Lamo Back, Local Rheumatism, Neural
gia. Congestion of tho Bronchial Tnbo3 and
Lungs. Dyspepsia, Torpid Liver and tho like
affections, and havo sinco begun to experi
ment with it personally. I find BENSON'S
CAPCINE PLASTER an exceptionally clean
ly plaster to use. and rapid in its action.
Many tests of its qualities, made in my own
family and among my patients hare convinc
ed mo that there is no single articlo so valu
able for popular uso, nor so holpful in tho
diseasos I have named.
Should you desiro to do so, you may ue my
namo to that effect.
Very truly yours,
U. H.KANE, A. M..M.D.
The genuine havo the word CAPCINE cut
in the center. Price 25 cents.
Seabury i Johnson, Chemists, New York.
BUY THE BEST !
Salmon Net Threads
Woodberry, and Needle Brands,
COM AND y AD LINES,
Fish Founds, Seine, ami Xets
Imported to Order. A
AND FISH HOOKS.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
517 and 519, MARKET STREET
"SFAgents for the Pacific Coast.
Salmon let Tlireafls
HAVE NO EQUAL.
London Fisheries Exhibition
nAVE AWARDED THE
The Astoria Passenger Line
WILL AFTER THIS DATE HAVE ITS
headquarters at Its Stables next to B.
B. Franklin's, two doors bHow Thk Asto
uiAXofllce. First-class Livery service. Carts
with horse furnished, for one dollar per
hour. Carriages on application
The Astoria Passenger Line nacks will
leave for Upper Astoria from the stables.
Horses taken to board.
MRS. T. O'BRLEN.
Fresli and Cured Meats.
HALF GALLON TINS.
At WILSON & FISHER'S,
ob-A Liberal Discount to the Trade.-sa
IIIVE HUNDRED CORDS DRY HEM
. lock Wood, which I will deliver at the
houses of customers for S4 a cord.
Draylngof all kinds done at reasonable
rates. R.R. MARION.
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, h fCarnahan)
will pav all bills (if any; owing by me, on
account of said mercantile business, and all
amounts due me on account of the same
should be paid to him. ...
I desire to kiudly thank all my friends and
patrons for your liberal support during the
fifteen vears I have been with you and I
desire to bespeak for my successor even
more liberal patronage than you have given
me. With somo regrets and much pleasure
I step down and out.
Astoria, March 2ist, 1834.
The Barlioir Brothers Company
FLAX NET THEEADS.
Stop That Horse!
USE THE PATENT SHOE.
HAS JUST RECEIVED A PATENT
Horseshoe from the Patent Offlce, for
the purpose of preventing all classes of hors
es from slipping on plank, or steep roads, .
Horses shod with this shoe WILL NOT
SLIP. A trial will convince anyone.
I keep Two Firm-clans Shoera In
my shop. Try the NEW SHOE.
ssrCorns nnd Contracted Hoof car
No satisfaction no pay.
A. V. Allen,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer la
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Barnes' Patent Poot and Steam
Power Scroll Saws.
Tenoners, Formers, Etc.
"- Sole Agents, 62S!fcu-ket St.
Mechanics' Tools, Machinery, aad Hardware.
Catalogue of all our goods sent frts on application.