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PORT OF ASTORIA.
VESSELS IX THE RIVER.
Ulln S.Boathard, Aasp MtWashlngMn, Am ep
8xJ Crosi. Am sp -Martha Fuher,
B. R. KMd. Am Wc Cfc&u. JotworUi Br tk
Alden Bne. Am Mc Kekdate. Ur bt
itto, Brbk Atrtvith Cotl.ur ep
3uwoui, Br bt
F ESS ELS OX T&E WAT.
Fran Fopel eh Sert. for Jfce
Col an bin Klvcx
Cltj of TorL. Greenock April 11
OrUdIe. Br sp Liverpool. April 9
Largo Law. Br sp Hull March IS
TTt&oaoa, Br bk London Dee S
Frm America Farts.
Alameda, Am ipXY Jan 15
Balle of Oregon, Am bk 1169 Hew Vork iter 1
TIDE TABLE FOK ASTOHTA.
First. Second. 1 First. Second.
v 3 I 21 2 22 3
a P g'HisiH is 1 h a
h m. ,8 h. m. , JS h. m. J5 k. n. ,5
23'11 03 7-3 11 34 163 5 15 14 C 23
241 - - - - 0 03 7'G 6 19 O'S 6 14
251 0 15 88 1 05 7'C 7 It 01 0 3
1B1 0 54 9'1 IK 7 4 8 11 -04 7 54
27 1 SO 42 2 48 7'3 S G9 -0 8 8 14
23 2 07 91 3 42 71 9 44 -0 8 8 8
29 2 62 87 4 34 69 10 23 -07 9 51
SO 3 41o83 Z30pi7 11 lCx -03 10 50j
The hours between midnight and noon are
designated by a (a. if.). tho3 between noon
and midnight by p V. ai ). oft. u). a denotes
taldolght, 0ft. vSm. v denotes noon.
The lielght LS reckoned from the leviJ cf
average lowerlow waters to welch thesound
Ics axe given on the Coa.it Survey charts.
TC BOAT (MiAKUKK.
Following is the schedule of pi!eu- for
towage n and out over the Columbia Bzr :
For esets not j Inraitl . Outward.
exceeding Loaded. ttalW
800 tons.fi'H) fl.'-o M54
W0 to 1000 lcns. a 17 175
looo to Law tons... 22.5 i-ju 'fffi
1300 to 1400 tou... -73 '& -a:
140 to 1U tyw... Zft-J -0 X$
Columbia River Exports.
vThat. 330 675 bus ..
Floar. 8996 bbte
Total 10 cargoes .
Wheat, 214,113 bus
Flour, 49 609 bbls..
ttalmou. 401 cs
Lumber, eoo il
, Total, 9 carieo
11 Tu LlwrpwA jxr Tillit E. Starbvch.
Flour, 14.665 bbls . $ 70.488
Wheat, 49.931 bus 47.204
14 To Queenntou-n per Silver Indus.
Flour, 17.623 bbls 8M.228
17- To Quctnttmnn per Mervm.
Wheat. 62,003 uus ?3!2I
18 To Antwerp per Higliland Light.
Wheat. 63.373 bus .?jj,2j0
21 To Queewto'Cn. jcr City Carlisle.
Wheat 47,730 bn. f 45,821
Tbe m-rtpia nt rurinin articles or Or j
ttjvjh 1'niuurc si o.ui rniucwi. truui
January 1, 18HJ. Ui Apul 1, inclu
sle. bave been a-? follew:
FlouJ, ;r tk- M..
Salmon, ub'"...... ...
App!M, hiiv, tH5...
!ulUr. pC".a M....
Putaioe-j. -k. ....
Wool. ;h e- ,
f rdir. UricU, pkgs...
Leather, pkgs.M .....
Hops, bales ......
Corn, ctls .
Canned Goods, a.....
' i -
Flour per sack $LS5.
Wheat, per cental S2.00
Oate,. i $.15&?.&).
Bacon, sides per ft, 14 to 18 cts.
Shoulders, " 12K15 ct-j.
Hams, ' 1620 cts.
Lard, - 16$ cts.
Beef, 12K18 cts.
Mutton, 1215 cts.
Pork. I2rai5 cts.
Veal, 1518 cts.
Butter, per roll 50Q5cto.
Eggs, per dozen2330 cts.
Potatoes, per 100E. 10 to 1.65
Apples, green, per box $2.00. to 2.26
Cheese, per It 2025 to 40 cts.
Cornmeal, per R 4 cts.
Oatmeal. " GKcts.
BeaDB, u 4&tiX ct3.
Tea, " 40Wets.
Rice, - 8 10 cts.
Sugar, u 914 cts.
rsvrup, per gallon 70c SI.
Honey, per gallon 01 JJ0.
Salmon, per Kit $5.
Onions, per fi cts.
Apples dried per E 1018 kU.
Peaches " 13 18 cts.
Plums. " " i2lCctM.
Candles, per E 20 cts.
ChlckenB, per dozen M.
Hay, per ton 830.
Hides, per B 6 9 ots.
Oils, per gallon, boiled lhiaetjd. T.'k;;
rw Unseed, 70c; coal oil, 40c: lard 81.23.
Jordan & Bozorth
The Only Exclusive
If. B. Hare Sle Biglit ( the
THKKEPUBLICA5 STATE COSTESTIOK
A Bepnblicsn convention for tho Btate
of Oregon is callod to meet at the city of
Portland, Oregon, on "Wednesday, the
30th day of April, ISSt, at 11 o'clock a. m.,
for the purrwo of nominating candi
dates for the following offices, to-wit:
Representative in congress, judge of the
supreme court, the presidential electors,
md district officers for the several judici
al districts, and to select sir delates to
attend the national republican conven
tion, end to tranBact such other business
as may properly como beiore tuo conven
tion. The convention will consist of 20G dele?'
gates, apportioned among the several
conntios, as follews:
4 Multnomah ..
The flame beine one delegate at largo
from each ooanty, and ono delegate for
every 125 votes, and one for every frac
tion oyer one-hall toereot, cast lorxion.
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
Tho oommittee earnestly recommend
that the delegates elected to tho 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 the state,
a-ithont regard to nast political differ
ences, who are in favor of elevating and
dignifying American labor, giving free
popular education to tho 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. HIRSOH, Chairman.
Portland, Oregon, Feb. 21, 1864.
Following id the platform adopted by j
rh.o,l)emocratio state convention at The!
Dallei, April 17th: !
Th6 JDemocraov of the state of Oregon, j
in council assembled, declare: i
First That we favor the forfeiture of j
nil unearned TAilrond and jvaffon road
3 grants and the' opening of the land to
i settlement Hnd occupancy by those en-
titled to the benefits of the various land
laws of tbe United butes.
Second That we are in favor of the
passage by congress of laws made in the
interest of the people, regulating inter
state commerce, ana also state law, con
trolling and regulating fares and freights
upon all transportation lines, and pre
venting discrimination in favor of or
against persons or places.
Third That we look with alarm upon
tbe unauthorized assumption of power
and jurisdiction of United States courts
in interfering with officers collecting the
revenue of the state of Oregon.
Fourth That we are in favor of the
mortgage tax law, and believe the prin
ciple of taxation enunciated therein is
correct and ought to be sustained.
FifthThat we favor the passage of
such laws in relation to the 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
thfi federal constitution nnoii conrreK3 in
enact tariff laws was given for the sole 1
and exclusive purpose of deriving reve-i
nuesfor the support of such government, j
and that the enacting of any tariff law!
tor any other purpose, such us taxation !
of one class of people, is as entirely un- j
warranted by the constitution &a 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 a gradual but persistent re
duction of the existing protective duties.
Seventh That the improvement of our
coast harbors, the Columbia riyor and its
tributaries, is of vital importance to the
commerce of the whole state of Oregon,
and wo earnestly ask that an adequate
appropriation be made by our present
congress to begin the work of the Colum
bia river bar improvement, already too
long neglected. We also ask 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 tbe work of improving the har
bors of Yaquina bay, Coos bay and the
Eighth That we faor 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, we lavor the passage of a registry
Tenth That we are in favor of more
efficient mechanica' lien laws.
ASTORIA FIRE DEPARTMENT.
A. A. CLCVELAND..
J, G. CHAKTEBS
.1st Asst. Engineer.
2d Aast. Engineer.
fourth Monday lu each month, at 7 -30
R. iL at Halt of lujscue Ho, 2.
Ofj-icees. C. W.Fulton, President ; B. S.
Woxsley, Secretarj' ; F. L. Parker, Treasurer.
Delkqates. C. J. Trenchard, P. Grant,
R. O. Stone, of Astoria Engine Co. No. 1. C.
W. Fulton, C. IL htockton, B. S. Wowley, of
Kescue Engine Co. No. 2. F. J. Taj lor, E.
D. Curtis. J. E. Thomas, of Alert llook and
Ladder Co. No. L
ASTORIA EXQIKE Cx,HPAlSY NO. 1
Begular meeting flr-d Monday lu each
OmcEBS.-C J. CurtbJ, President, L. E.
Selie. Secretary. Wm. Bock. Treasurer, G.
P. -wheeler. Foreman. N.Wilson, lstAsst.
Foreman," P. Grant, 2d Asst. Foreman, Jas.
RESCUE ENGINE COMPANY NO. .
Kegular meeting first Monday in each
Or mama. C. W. Fulton, l-realdent, B. S.
Worsley, Secretary. F. L. rarker.Treasurcr,
J. W. Surprenant Foreman. C It. Stockton.
1st Asst. Foreman, J. W. Hare, rd Asst.
Foreman, Cbarltoa Fox. Engineer.
JLLERT nO0K AND LADDER CO. NO. 1.
Uejrular meetiru;, second Monday In
Otj-iceks. J. O. Bororth, President, C.
Brown. Secretary. Jay Tuttle, Treasurer, F.
B. Elberson. Foreman, C. P. Mofflt, 1st
Asst. Foreman. F. T. Jordan, 3d Asst. Fore
man. $67,000,000 Capital !
Liverpool and London and Globe.
North Britifih and Mercantile
Of Londou and Edinburgh.
Old Connecticut of Hartford,
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
Fire Insurance .Companies,
Representing a Capital of 97,000,000.
A. YAK DTJIKN. AjMt.
IS THE TIME
LT h at this reason when the Llocd :md
pcrspr.tflion are loaded with Itnpuntio
that Dhugnnnir Humors. Humiliating Erup
tions. Itchlrg Torture". S:lt Elsoum, or Kc
zema Fsorinslx. letter. Ringwoim. Hab
liumoi s. Scrof u'a. Scrofulous Sore'. A bscefs-
a and Discharging Wounds, and even' spe
cies oi Itching. hcal and Pimply Dress
es of the Skin and Scalp are most sperdily
and economically cured bv tho Ccttcuka
IT IS A FACT.
Hundred? of letters in our iiofsossion (cop
pies of which may bo had by return mail! re
our authority for tho a-srtion thnt Skin.
Scalp ni d blood Humors, whether Scrofulous
Inherited or Contagious, may NOW be per
manently cured by Ccticcra Resolvexts the
nexr Blood Purifier. Diuretic and Aperient,
internally, and Ccticcba and CcticcbaSoap.
the creat akin Cares and Ueautifien. exter
nally, in due half tbe time and at one half
tne oipenso oi any otnerseason.
GREATEST ON EARTH.
Cuticcea RcuEDiFsarothe greatest medi
cines on earth. Had the worst case Salt
Kheum in th a county. My mother had it
twenty year?, and in fact died from it. 1 be
lieve CirrtctTEA. would bave savoci her liie.
My arms. broast end hesd were covered for
threo years, whicri nothing relieved or currd
until luted tho Cciiccba KisoLVKtr inter
nally, and Cuticuea and Cgt:cura Soap ex
ternally. J. W.ADAMS, Newark, 0.
GREAT BLOOD MEDICINES.
The half has not been told as to tho ereat
curative powers ot iho Ucticuca Kkmkdils. i
hara paid hundreds cf dollars for medicinea
to euro di caseaof the blood and skin, and
never found anything yet io equal tho Ccti
ccba Kkui.diks. Uli AS. A. WILLIAMS.
Providence, H. I.
CURE IN EVERY CASE.
Your CcticueA Rkuediks outsoll all other
medicine I keep for skin diieaio. My cus
tomera and patients say that thoy have eff ct
ed a cure in every instanco, whero other rem
ediea have failed.
If. W. BR0CKWAY, 31. D.
Franklin Falls, N. H.
Sold by alldrurcbts. Price: Clticue v.Wcta.
Hiu-olvent, $1 Soap, 'jO ccnti. Poitke
Dcco axu Chemical to., Boston, Mass,
Send Tor "Ilow to Cnro SLIn Diseases.
TJT? A TT17' l'or Kougb, Cbappod a d
.DiZixlUJ. X Greasy Shin. Blackneads
Pimples, kin Blemhhea, and Infitntile Hu
mors, use CuncuKA Soap, h real Bcautifier
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE,
Head Colds. Watery Discharge! from the
Nose and Eyes, ltineins Noises in the Head,
Nervous HeaducLe and Fevor Instantly le
lieved. CboklnK muc'in di loged. membrano cleans
ed and healed, breath sweetened, smell, tasto
and hearing restored, and ravages checked.
Couzh. bronchitis. Droppings into the
Throat, Pains in the Chest. Dyspepsia, Yat
ine of ctrength and Flo-b, Loss of Sleep, etc
One bottle Radical Cure, one box Catarrhal
Solvent ami one Dr. SanfordV Inhaler, in oi e
package, of all druraists. for SI. Ask for Sas-
F'ird's Radical Cure, a pure distillation of
mtcn ilazel. Am. fine. Ca. Mr, Mangold,
Clover Blossom?, ets. 1'nTTt.nDnfG AMtCm.it
ical Co . Boston,
Collins' Voltaic Electric
Plaster instantly affects
tho Nervous Systom and
onnisuea r in. A penect
IS THE CRT blued with a Porous Plas-
or A ter for 5?fi cent. Itimr.-
SBfflRKlS KtSVE nilatcs Pain, vitalizes
Weak and orn Out Parts. ?trensthen3 Tired
Muscle', prevent? diease. and does moro in
ono half tho time than any other paster In
the world. Sold everywhere.
Temple Lodge, No. 7A.F.A LI.
UEGULAK COMMUNICATIONS &
llrst and third Tuesdaj s in each VV
month, at 7J- o'clock, r. .m.. at thov
Hali in A-ioria. Members of the order in
good standing arc Invited in ntteud..
By order of the W. 51.
Bea7er Lodge No 35. 1. O. O. P.
REGULAlt MEETING EV- Mr.
ery lh;trlav cvenlne at.XzJ&3k&
seven o:lotk, at the lA)dgeKKS3
room In Odd Fellows Hall, Asto- ''ww
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.
REGOLARMhElINGSOF OCEAN EX
campment No. 13. 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 coraiauy inviiea.
By order c P.
Seaside Lodge No. 12. A. O. TJ. W.
"OEGULAK MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
Ai Lodge no. 12, A. o. U. w. will be held
in Pjthlan Hall on Friday evening of each
week, at T o'clock v. m. Members of the
order In good standing, and visiting Broth
ers are Invited to attend. Library will be
open fifteen minutes before and after each
meeting. By order M. W.
C. BROWN, Itec.
Astoria Lodge No. 40. L O. O.T.
REGULAR MEETING EVERY TnUHS
day evening at 7 :80 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 985 is held on the nnt and
third Tuesday of each month, at 7 o'clock p.
M. By order of the Council Commander.
Cuahing- Post No. 14, G. A. R.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS POST
on the second and fourth Tuesdays of
each month &t 7-JSd v. i. Vhitlng com
rades cordially in Ited. By order
PacBlG 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 tten..
GEO. P. WHEELER.
K. nf R. and S.
Astor Lodge No. 6. K. of P.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS
AV Lodijo every Wedmsday evening, at
T :30 o'clock, at their lodge room. In Pythian
Cattle. Sojourning Knights cordially Invit
ed to attend. W. L. ROBB.
K. of K. and S.
REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND
fourth Tueday evenings of each month
awft u cioca.
-person desiring to have matters acted
upon by the Council, at anv recular mat
ing roust present the same to the Auditor
sua cierK, on or before the Friday evenlug
prior to tne Tuesday ou which tbe Council
jnor i ibb iuesaay on w
icJds lis regular meeting.
uojos its regular meeting.
THOS. S. JEWETT.
Auditor and Clerk.
Guace Cnuncn Holj' communion
first Sunday ot every month. Sunday
services at 11 a. M., and 7 p. m. "Wednes
day eveninp service at 7 o'clock. Rev.
M.D. Wilson. Eeetor.
FlBST PP.E3BYTERIAN CHURCH Ser
vices at 11 a. l and 7 p. m. Wednes
day evening prayer meeting at 7
o'clock. liev. J. v. Mllllgan, Pastor.
Congregational Church Services
at 11 a. M. and 7 v. m. Kev. Sara'l
Roman Catholic Church Services
atlO:30A.M. Kev. L. Dlelman, Pastor
II. E. Church Services at 11 A. m.
and 7 p. m. Lecture and Prayer Meet
ing, Wednesday, at 7 p. m. Kev. Win.
Baptist Church. Services each
Lord's Day at 11 a. m., and 7 p. m.
Prayer Meeting on Wednesday, at 7
r. k. Ear. B. S. McLafferty, pastor.
Uncle Esek's Wisdom.
TVliat the eountry wants just now
is less religion and more pioty, less
advice and ruoro examplo, less" poli
tics and jnore patriotism, and less
pedigree and more pluck.
A very stubborn man is often wrong
but seldom dishonest.
A strong intimacy may esit be- j
tween iwo fools, but friendship usvor.
Let ns bo kind to each other hero
on earth; it will save ns much con
fusion when we meet in heavon.
Sileuce is a good place lo hide, but
fools can't find the place.
There arc many people who have
got a good deal more religion than
common sense. Beligion is excellent
but it isn't n substitute for common
There are plenty of people who
know how to make money and how
to waste it, but few know how to
The symptoms of patience and
laziness are so near alike that it
would bother many people to tell
which disease they have the most of.
If there were no fools, this world
would be a dreary place to live in.
One enemy can work you more of
evil than two friends can do yon of
There is nothing that shows
strength of character more than
eccentricity, it it is "natural.
Tbe laborers at Fort Davis are
Mexicans, who have neither the abil
ity to lead nor the docility to follow.
They plow with a forked stick and
hoe with a root. They sleep on r.
sheepskin and eat prairie dog and
hominy. They will beg yon for a
nickel and murder you for a dollar.
They work three hours a day and
steal ten hours a night They can
live on S3 a month when they keep
themselves and eat $3 a day when
you have to feod them. Harrods
For the last six months of 1SS3, the
lands patented to settlors for home
steads exceeded that during the same
period of the previous year by moro
than 207,000 acres. This fact shows
that tho people want the land and
should deter Congress from granting
large domains either to companies or
individuals; it shjuld also determine
that body to recover tho 8G,OOJ,00!)
acres stolen by the land grabbers.
This country is growing too fast for
the government to be prodigal of its
lands, the one source of its life and
strength. Han Jose Col. Mercury.
Work is being pushed on the Baker
Oity branch as fast as possible. Be
tween Baker City and Huntington
the Oregon Construction company
have 1600 Ohineso and GOO white men
at work. About 500 more men will
be put at work between Baker City
and Huntington as soon as they can
be sent across the mountains. Hunt
ington is about two mile3 from tho
&ERWIA BEER HALL
BOTTLED BEER DEPOT,
Cbcnamus Street, Aitorla.
The Best of Lager 5 Cts. a Glass.
Outers for tile Olcltfaful
Columbia Brewery Beer
Left at thU pl-ee will be promptly
kb-No cheap San Fraucisco Beer sold at
War. BOCK. Proprietor.
Leiuenweber & Co.,
TAMERS MD CURBRES,
Manufncturers and Imrorters of
all kinds ot
LEATHER AHD FINDINGS.
Whole :alo Dea'?rs In
OIL AND TALLOW.
cj Highest cash price paid for Hides and
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE THE ASTp
riaWood Yard. Gray's Dock, foot of
Benton street, will sell wood at the follow
ing prices and deliver wherever i he streets
are planked, between Trullinger's Mdl and
O'Brien's Hotel, bacK to Astor street :
Green Alder, 2-cut $1 CO per cord, long $3 75
Dry do do 4 75 do do 4 00
GrrnHeralok do 4 60 do do 3 75
Dry do do 4 7- do do 4 00
Green Beaoh do 4 75 do do 4 00
Green Fir do 4 75 do do 4 00
Dry Fir do 500 dv do 4 25
and S. llinbs do C 00 do do 5 Zi
and S. limbs do 5 75 do do 5 00
Wood of All Kinds
By the Scow load at REDUCED RATES.
J. IE. D. CKA1"
Astoria, February 1st, 18S1.
Cerner Washington and Coucomly Streets.
Astoria, Oregon. Sing Lee Proprietor.
Astoria, Feb. 3d. L'SI.
The bearer. Sing Leo has had considerabla
expeilcnco in the best L-iundries on the Pa-
cluc coast, and can be well recommended by
thoso who hav patronized him since ho
commenced business here.
m23-lm S. A. HILL.
Special Diseases Carefully
Office In Kong Wing Hie Store, on Che
namus street, apposite Post Office.
Brewery Beer Saloon.
The Best Beer 5 cts a Glass.
Hot Lunch every Day from 10 to 12 A. M
The best of Liquors and Cigars on hnnd.
A deservedly popular place of social resort.
Oregon Paint and Varnish Works,
Paints, YariM aid Lacpr.
Any shade mixed and ground to order.
C. F. PEABSOff Co.,
P.O. Box 143. Partlaad, Or.
ctSSt. Ss-&' slI ei !
WWm S m MM m
feiT 5v vc & 4J3
ea x?o-- r,J"Vi. N3fck i Astoria io
? rp.0YALrs5? y AS3 i
fell . - a s I
y& Em S4ss? 3 ?2$ &P
sJsa gn& m m
ii3. V-A2 ss 7
ST 3$ &S IBS? isH m r-ioF
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and wholesomenesj. Slorc
economical thui the crdinary kinds, and
-annot be s-ild In competition with tha mul
titude ot low test shnrt weight, alum or
phosphata powders. Sold only in cans. l.'OV
alBakikg 1'owdeu Co., km ali-t. N. Y.
7o havo spent over S100,000.00 lndefendhig
our rrrht to Uio Durham BuU as our trado-msxk.
Undoubtedly ha Is to-day the mo3t va"uab'o Bull
In tho world. Sow it i-uuids to reason that ve
coulrtu't afford to prctoct him en thoronrhiy IX i
hncco, of which ho is tho representative, wsan 1 1
Tho ealen of Blackwell'a Bull Durh-im Smokinn
'tobacco far exceed those of any other uraid in
the world, Bimply because it lias boen, 13, and will
Iks. the best that can be made. AUdler3havolt.
LooU for tnule-msrS of tho Bull on every yacSass.
3NE OF THE OLDEST AK0 f'C3T P.EUASU
REMEDIES iH TI'E WORLD fCa
THE CU.1E CF
Ccvugi3, Colds, EoarsenesSj
Sore Throat, Sronchitis,
Every affection of tho
THROAT, LUNGS.fiND GHEST,
A WELL-KNOWN PHYSICIAN WRITES t
" It dots not dry up a cough, and leaxe the caw
freHad, as is the case with most preparations, bir
fcoscas it, cleanses the luags and allays irritation
lhai removing the cause of complaiat."
TJO NOT EE DKCEIVED by articles beat
ng similar narses. Be sure you get
DR. VVISTAR'S BALSAI5 OF WILD CHERRY,
hh the Jgnature of " I. BUTTS " on the vrprer
50 Cents and S1.00 a Bottle.
Prepared by SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Da
a. vlass. Sold W dmcci-w ocd dealers cencraS'
ELECrnO-VOLTAIC BELT and otter Eiectbi
pvAJ'c.Aro20nt cn rJ Day3' Trtal T
i?FvnV7.v vnSWn m "'.ifi- "4"f.
tne from ERVocs DraiLrrv. Lost Vrriurs
wastlnq WKAK5ESSES, and all thoo diseases or :
PE230SAI. Natoue. resulting Horn abuser am
Ornsn Causes. S,-oejy relicr and complet
rpstoretion to HEAtTn. Vioon and Hinnoo
GcARAvranD. Seail ut occe for Illustrate
famphlet rrce Aildresa
VOLTAIC HP LT CO.. ::IrirshnlI, Dlicb
FRANK AND CLEAR.
Ilavlnsr Admitted the Strcnstk o
the Evidence ft Piomincnt Pliy-
Hlcian talcrs Logical Actlin.
The following lcttor tella ita own story. The
sicnature will bo recognized as that of the
Physiciiin-in-Cbiefof the Do Quinoy Home,
and author of "Drug3 That Enslave," "The
Hypodermic Injection of Morphine," A Man
ual of Nursins," and many other popular and
valuable special medical werks:
191 West Tram Stukft. )
Nkw York, August 11. 1SS0. J
MEiT3. SEaBURY & JOUSSO.V,
Gentlemen: Like most of my profession, I
am cautious about pinninjj my fai h to any
new nicdicino or curative agent. But your
BENSON'S CAPCINE POROUS' PLASTER,
has broken through the barriers and won it5
way to my good opinion. My attention was
first called to it some eight months ago by a
patient of mino Although 1 was well ac
quainted with the superior excollenco of your
other plaster and antiseptic dresring, made
especially for tho profession, the Benson a
was comparatively new to mo. I had heard,
however, ot its merits a3 a remedy, in cases
of Lame Back, Local Rheumatism, Neural
gia. Congestion of the Bronchial Tube3 and
Lung. Dyspepsia, Torpid Liver and the liko
affections, and havo since begun to experi
ment with it personally. I find BENSON'S
CAPCINE PLASTFR an exceptionally clean
ly plaster to use. and rapid in its action.
Many tests of its qualitios, m2de in my own
family and among my patients havo convinc
ed mo that thoro is no smglo article so valu
able for popular use, nor so helpful in tho
diseases I have named.
Should you desire to do so, you may uao my
name to that effect
Very truly yours,
H. H.KANE, A. M..M.D.
The genuine have tho word CAPCINE cut
In the center. Price 25 cents.
Seabury & Johnson, ClumHts, Nw York.
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& - 8
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! ilwaco Steam Navigation Oo.'s
Fort Sleuens. Fort Canbu,
I GonnectiPK by stnge ami bo.it for
I Qystervi'.le, filoniesano and Olympia
I'i'til fiirllior nntiio illfi IlwaCO i I
Siaa Steam avn;atiou Co.'s stcuncr !
On Mondays Thursdays, and Saturdays
(Oysterville and "doutesano mail day;.
ct 7 A. fS,
, v i
Ft.Sievens. Ft. Canby and Ilwaco i
T1ir trtimsr will lenvft Aslniia at 9 A. 31..
asfonnerlj. not being cmiuned srrletly to
otc CanWy and ll,vaeo,.
fIlwaco frelctbt, lo the ton. hi lots of
oue ton or over, $2 per ton,
ZSFr Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
plv at Hie office of the company, Ora V
wharf, tcot of IMUoi! stn-et.
J. H. JMIKAV".
THE THINGVALLA LINE.
I the onlj
tolwen NEW YOBK and SCANDINAVIA.
Firt class Stesuneri and ko1 usae.
Ttrl:r 1 far naif at .1. 32. .lOK.VsOS'S.
Apcnt, Aitoila, Oregon.
TTnion India Rubber Co's
Pure Para Guui
UJIWAEE or IMITATIONS t
Uesaiethf Root aie .stamped CIl-iCK
PROOF on the IiohN. and Ime the PURE
GUM SPRINGS on tlie foo" and instep,
vhicliprouit tlutr cmcking or bieakmg.
We a.e now iiuikt'i,? theji sitli RUlSUhU
AND ASRESTUS .s,il winch will make
UienilaNt mon ihwi iv.i.'. ,s loujc a anj
R.;t'' r bout's mndi.
roitSAi.ss r. all niTALtn.s.
ALL IxLMW RFBUi 11 BEI.11NU. PCK-
LHOT3 AND SHOhS. Lie.
QOODYcAS RUBSSK CO.
SMALL MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
Piano, and Organ Instructors.
STICK &KU1BE PIANOS!
LITTLE GIANT STECK PIANO
PRESIDENT OF I'SIILD SPATES
GOVERNOR OP OREGON.
ASTORIA MUSICAL SOCIETY.
3UIS. J. W. CONN, of Astoria.
b. a. Mcintosh. Esq. "
J. D. niGGINS. Esq.
CHA9. WRIGHT, Esq.
And by Jlcny Other Prominent JIusldcns.
CELEBRATED TABER ORGANS.
Klesnut Packard Orcliestrnl Orsnn
Only exclusive Music House lu the North
west. Only who.caale and retail House lu
165 First St., Portland, Oregon.
BU THE BEST !
Salmon Net Threads
YVoodberry, and Needle Brands,
JT J -XT 1? a
? jli.1 jll: KJ
Mi) LBAD LINES,
Flxh Pounds, ScSiich, and Xetb
Imported, to Order. A
AND FISH HOOKS.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
517 and 519, MARKET STREET
"Agents for the Pacific Coast.
The Astoria Passenger Line
WILL AFTER THIS DATE HAVE ITS
headquarters at its Staoles next to B
B. Franklin's, twodoore bIow Thk A.sto
kiax office. Fh-3t-clas3 Livery service Cam
with horse furnished, for ono dollar pei
hour. Carriages on application
The Astorhi Passenger Lino Hacks wlL
leave for Upper Astoria from the stables.
Horses taken to board.
MRS. T. O'BRIEN.
Fresh and Cured Meats.
SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY.
Next Door to John Rogers' Central Market
J. BL D. GHAT,
Wholesale and retail dealer in.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEEC
Hay, Cats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND, AND CEMENT,
General storage and Wharfage on reasoi
able terms. Foot of Becton street. Astorit
Oregon Railway & Navigation
1 Dunat: the mouth of April, isst, Ocean
. Stean-rs wi'l sail from Pr.itland to San
1 rraiick-vp. and fn'm -:in Fninclsco 10 Port-
Mand.a.- follows. leaving AinuortIi Doi-k,
Port Intnl. at jikinigtit. anu pear Street
Wharf. San Fiaiicu-eo. at 10 A. :i. :
rora ban FraueNco. ; l'rom Portland.
April I Annl
I St'toof ( ul.
t'oiumbia . .
! Oregon .. .
. I'ri I Oreson Sat 5
Tues SlMatorf C'jtl Wed a
at i Columbia Snn 13
.Wed itlOrreoii Thur 17
Sun '3itatof Ual.....Moa 21
..Thur .'I Co n.nlia l-ri S3
..Moil .SOrt son Tuea 29
Mateo; ' a!.
Coin i.bia .
Columbia. .Fri U Stnta of Cal....Sat
Thi'onsh Tlfkets sold to all principal
I ftfHac in rnA T'r.ifni? Qtqtoo Pnnaila and
I ","' "- ..v. ...-. j, .uuuua vtuu
Passenyvr Trains leave Portland for Easr-
er pmu, at v : a a. .m. iially,
Pcllmsa Pelice Curs rertnlna' hn'wAan Pari-
laoil. end St. Pau',
;r.It nniiJGV (3Sld:ie Columbia).
Bo-ats It-avo Portluud for Dalles at 7 :0O
Leave Port-j " "j j j "i j
tand fdr I -ron I Tu. I VTe.iThu.1 Frt. I Sat.
Vtona ami I I I J
lower Ca-i I I
lumbU....ieAV.I!AMiSAMtaA31 SAM 6 All
uiytoa. Or J7A5IJ 'JAM; I7AMJ....
5S:ii;:: !-AMt .j cam .
2sound Jjtoamen do not run buaasj-s.
isaypa Astcru for Portlrad at 6a.:
. ilaily oi-
. . . ' C. H. PRESCOTT.
A. L. STOKES, Manager.
Gotl rreiaattcd Pas. At
Oregon & California R. R.
OREGON fir TRANSCONTINENTAL
Ou and after February I'Jth, 18S1, trains will
run asfollow3 : DAILY vKxcept Sundays).
cMi ven ro;:TLi. and PllffiXlX.
rm tiann 7 :ZQ a. aill'hctnlx 5.00 A. M.
Phoenix 7:tor.3ilPortIand. 4:25p.m.
ALDANY EXPRESS TRAIN.
Portland 4 :0O p. n. Lebanon 9 Ho p. it
Lebanon t -.15 a. si. Portland, lo :05 A. M
The Orcsrun and Calirorni.i Railroad Ferry
makes connection with all Regular Trains
on JiaMjjide Division.
i:.-trten 24irr!:tiul nuJ Corvnllla
Portland. 9 :60 a. r.jCorvalli-...4 :30 p. ar.
Co.vaihs s :Z) ,. ji.lPortland 3 0 p.m.
ri)r.tJ:ll,d 5 :C0 P3rMcMlniiiIio 8 :00 pm
McMhmilie5:ij A3i'Porthind......3 :30.var
Close coiiuecions made at Phcenlq
with tho Stage;, of the Oretcon and Califor
nia. Stage Company.
tfiriickets for sale at all the principal
points in California, at Company's Ofllce,
Corner F and Fiont bts rorttand, Or.
Frt'ightv.ni not be received for shipment
after 5 o'clock p.m. on either the East or
West slde DiwMOii.
It. KOCHLtR. U P.EOGERS,
Gin I Manager. Act'g G. F. fc Pasa. Agt
fr.HIS INSTITUTION, UNDER CARE OF
JL the SUteM of Chanty, is now leady for
the reception of patients.
Prime r.)'tos for the accommodation of
my desiring them.
Patient? .umutted at all hcuia.day or night.
No piiysi-'i.tn hai exclusive right, even
ntieia is free to and has the prlvllcgo of
eiiip!m.mt anj plijsiclau they prefer.
United Wtutoi 3InrIno
Seamen who pay Hospital Dues, are enti
tled to Free care and attendance at this Hos
pital durliiL' sickness. Permits must be ob
tained lor United States Manups at the Cus
SiSTKltS OF CHAKITY
Salmon Net Tlireais
HAVE NO EQUAL.
London Fisheries Exhibition
nAVE AWARDED THE
The Barter Brothers Coipj
FLAX NET THEEADS.
Stop That Horse!
USE THE PATENT SHOE.
HAS JU.VT RECEIVED A PATENT
Horseshoe from the Patent Office, 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 wbl convince anyone.
I keep Two Firwr-clHKH Shoera In
my shop. Try ihe NEW SHOE.
ZCoriis and Contracted Hoof cure
No satisfaction no pay.
A. . Allen,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Barnes Patent Foot and Steam.
Power Scroll Sa"w.
Tenoners, Formers, Etc.
Osliorn & Alexanrler
Sole Agents, 628 Market St.
Mechanics' Tools, Machinery, and Hardwix.
Catalogue of all our Roods sent free on an-
tii- .t5 a.