The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899, May 14, 1884, Image 4

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ASTORIA, OREGON:
WEDNESDAY. MAY ,!"&
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
PORT OF ASTORIA.
07 iVTHK RIYKR.
MtWtHhincton, Am up
Mrtb t'liher.
Chan. '.tes worth Br bk
hkdal. llr bk
Aterstwub Ckt.tle.Br pp
Tythonns, Br bk
JurxlUror, Jior bk
S,t J. Am W
U tw... Aw b.
NruMuAii Hr bk
ll.mn illl J. Atn p
VESSELS OAT3S WAX.
ttozu Foreieu. Ports, for ine
Colnmbin Hirer
City of York. Greenock April 11
Cnsedalc. Br sp Liverpool. April 9
KirlrwocJ, Brsp IK9 Sydooy MwS
Largo Law. Br op Hull March 13
From American Ports.
Alameda, Am sp X Y Jon 13
Bello of Orccon, Am bk 1169 New York Mw I
Colomo. Hoagkonjr. April
O S Bement. Am sp 1900 Philadelphia April 3
TIDK TABLE FOK AHTOBIA.
MAY.
ItlOir WATF.lt. j LOW WATEE.
ririt. becond. I First. Second.
a h 5 h a P a h 5'"
A fn. ,2 ft. . .- ft. m. a h. m, ,
: 11 17a 7 0 11 20 85 D 31 ID 5M;
8 OOSp 7-2 11 W 90 G 25 0 4 'CCS
g - - .- 0 &J 7'3 7 13 -01 'C 29
10 oaVi -2 1 ."3 7 3 7 51 -06-7 01,.
11 0 .rS 92 2 11 7-3 8 23 -fl'8 .7 40
121 1 if) If! 2 43 7-2 02 -OS 8 14
13 2 02 b'O 3 27 7'1 9 3.1 -OS 8 52
11 2 31 81J 4 10 70 10 10 -07 3 23
15 3 09 83 4.V C9 10 41 -04 1030
1C 3 50 7-S 5 40 .-8 U 21 -0 1 11 03 "
17 4 53 7 4 C 27 C7 - - ---0 07,
18 5 59 7ti 7 17 b"3 0 02 2S 0 58
1-8
1-3
17
2trj
0-2
05
The hours between nmltliht andnoouare
desIsiiMfd bv u (a. M.. lhoso between uoou
and midnight by ? ir. m.). 0j. 00n a denote
midnight, (A. 0im. p denotes noon.
The height 1-. reckoned from tin leel of
atengclorlov. waters to which thnouud-1WI-.
are glton on the Coast Survey charts.
Columbia River Exports.
SHIPMENTS FOKKIGN.
JANUAUV. '31.
Wheat. .S50 o75 bus ..
Hour, K2SG bbLs
,..276
.. 422.6S3
Total 10 cargoes
KKMIUAKV.
Wheat, 31 1.U3 bus
Flour, 49 CW Iibls-
Salmon, 401 es ....
Luinbci. COO M ...
Total, 0 cargoes
ArniL.
-789.912
,313"i2
221.C97
- 2.ixij
. 7.000
.51i.6C4
Flour. 32.493 bbls .
Wheat, ?H,0'A bus..
Total, 0 cargoes
MAY.
5 To Quecnstmcn per Ulire S.
Wheat, 57,71") bus . ..
$333,260
Southard.
S49.372
T1T ItOAT OIIARGICS.
Following is the schedule of pilces for
towage n and otit ocr the Columbia Bar :
For esKls not Inward . Outward.
exceeding" Loaded, llallast.
. 800 tons.S15o ?It0 S150
600 to 1000 tons... 200 175 175
1000 to 1200 tOlft 22.i 200 200
1200 to 1400 toiLS 275 -5 '50
14O0 to lbOO tons. ItJO 250 3U0
POST &, JIAXSOX.
Astoria Soda Wouks, Agents, Astoria. Or
JACKSON'S
ASTORIA
Bakery Confectionery
Coffee and Ice Cream Parlors.
(HE?fA3n'S STREET.
SUPERIOR
Bread and Cakes
OP AM, KIXDS.
WMdings and Parties supplied with strictly
FIRST-CLASS WORK.
o-Freuch and Aiuerieaii-o
RANDIES
MttKufactuxod, Wholesale and Betall.
BRANCH IESTABLISHMENT,
.ON THE ROAD WAV.
gss3S"
THE LATEST STYLES
J- 1
IN
WALL PAPER
AT
B- B. FRANKLIN'S,
h'NEXTDOOKTO ASTORIAN OFFICE.
i . A very large Stock from which lo select.
nAYindow curtains made to order.
laTMy patent Trimmer to cut Wall Paper
j'Kiii oe iouna cenveniem: 10 my pairons.
V.4f
Drugs and Chemicals
Prescriptions carefully compounded
Day or Night.
Delinquent School Tax.
XHE DELINQUENT SCHOOL TAX LIST
j of School District No. 1, Is nw In mv
hands for collection. Parties Interested
will govern themselves accor iugly.
A. M TWOMBLY.
Sheriff Clatsop County.
Astoria, Or,, March 13th, 1681.
ij.E.THOMAS,
'i DRUGGIST
A2fD Af
Pharmacist,
m astoria,o'
I A a ?
L .'
BOC1ETX- MEETIXGS?
Tempi :loIs,jo. 7A.JT.A.M.
RIH1?' COMMUNI0ATI0N8 ,
first and third Tuesday in cachVy
month, at 75, o'clock, r. sr., at tiie
Hali tnAstpna. Members of the order In
good standing are in1tMi to attend.. .
By order of tho. w. M.
Bearer Lodgro No 35. L O. O. F.
KtuubAU aiEETTNa Ev
ery Tlmrsday ovenlnp- at
seven nVInpk af . tm.-v
room in Odd KpllmnTlnlt A .
TlTl Knlmiminrv TMomKA. r v. AKj..t
goHi"standlnR, cordially invitodtoattei d.
By order x. G.
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O.P.
REGULARMKEIINGSOF OCEAN EX
campment No. is. I. o. O. K.t at the
Lodge, in tho Odd Fellow Building, a
sercn p. M.r..oa,.the second and fourth
Mondays of Bac&aOi, Sol ournlng breth
ren cordially JatlttexP
By order c. y c p
Seaside liodee No. 12, A. O. TJ. W.
RrGCLAR iLEL'ilNGS OP SEASIDE
. rJ&lz P;2' A. O. CT. W. will be held
In Pythian Hall on Friday evening of each
weeKatT oViloclr-p. m. Members of the
order ta goad standing, and visiting Broih
era areUnltedt to. attend. Library wlirhe
open HXteen.2alnutes before and. after each
meeting. J3y order M.W.
C. BROWN. Bee.
Astoria Lodare No. 40. L O. Q.l.
REGULAR MEETING EVERY THURS
day. evening at 7 :S0 o'clock, in the Hall
over Mr. Case's store. Members or the Or
der.in good. standing, aae Invited to attend.
By Prltjt:f W.C.T.
itJjMwJJHpXeglon of Honor.
W
lETLNG OF ASTORIA
t A1V Ic hMfl rn tha Aot- r,r,A
third Tuesday of each month, at 7 o'clock p.
x. By order of the Council Commander.
R.V.MONTEITH. Secty.
CushinPoat No. 14. Q. A. R.
ll!kX-MEETINGS OF THIS POST
wekfmMm at 7S0r. m. Visiting com
rades cordially invited. By order
J 1 1, PiftiagLodge No. 17. KL of P.
?T2QVti&$' MEETIN(;S OF THIS
dLl'Loageyover? Fndav evening, ct 7io
ojclOCkv In their Castle H:ilL .Sojourning
Knights cordially Invited to ntte.
GEO. P. WHEELER,
j, . K.of It. and S.
i Aor.Lde No. 6. K. of P.
REGUrajatlXEETINGS OF THIS
-LoJCTwrWcduesday evening, at
7rclocJCtltSlrlodgeroom.In Pjlhlan
Crte.- oJournlng Knights cordially Im lt
ed to attend. W."L. EOBB.
K. ot n. and S.
Astoria Workdngmen'a Protective
Union.
REGULAR MEETINGOF THIS LODGE
every Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock,
.at their 1xlge room, over Carnahan & Co.'s
store, corner of Cass and Chenamus streets.
S. !VL OILMORE, .1. C. BOSS.
P ident. Secretary.
Common Council.
REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND
fourth Tuesday evenings of each month
at TJ-e o'clock.
3BPersons desiring to have matters acted
upon by the Council, at any regular meet
ing must present the same to the Auditor
and Clerk, on or before the Friday. evening
prior to the Tuesday on which the Council
holds Its regular meeting.
THOS.S.JEWETT,
Auditor and Clerk.
BUY THE BEST!
BARBOUR S
Irish Flax
Salmon Net Threads
Woodberry, and Needle Brands,
SEINE TWINES.
AND
CORE Ml) LEAD LINES,
Fixk Pounds; Seines, aad Seta
Imported to Order. A
Large Stoctof NettiiiE.FIshLInes
AND FISH HOOKS.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
517 and 519, MARKET STREET
SAN FRANCISCO.
ESTAgents for the Pacific Coast.
GERMANIA BEER HALL
AND
BOTTLED BEER DEPOT,
Chenamus Street, Astoria.
r
The Best of Lager 5 Cts. a Glass.
Orders for tile Celebrated
Columbia Brewery Beer
Left at this place will be promptly
attended to
KayNo cheap San Francisco Beer sold at
this place.
Wsl BOCK. Proprietor.
O. CKIJJ XVWKBEK.
rt. BROWS
Leinenweber & Co.,
eaTAnr.iRnKo isss.
ASTORIA. - - - OREGON
TASNERS M CUBBBffiS,
Manufacturers and Importers of
all kinds of
LEATHER AND HKDIN6S.
Wholesale Dealers In
OIL AND TALLOW.
MrHlghest cash price paid for Hides and
TtUlOW.
DB. JIM.
CHINESE PHYSIOIAX,
Special Diseases Carefully
Treated.
Office in Kong Wing Hie Store, on Che
namus street, opposite Post Office.
$67,000,000 Capital !
Liverpool and London and Globe.
North British and Mercantile
Of London and Edinburgh.
Old Connecticut of Hartford,
AJfD
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
Fire Insurance Companies,
Representing a Capital or $v07,OOO,OOO.
A. VAN DUHKN. Aent.
Boat Building.
JOS. ..LEATH ERS'
I'onawlj- over- radt 4 Feroheo'f MrMae Sbo
IS BTn,DINGIRST-rjLAS8 BOATS IN
theko-tRia6iC9CiMwyM. John
son on'Concotnly street, one block west of
Harmon Bros Mm. Medel Material aad
FlmUa FlnC-claw.
Disfiguring
HUMORS,
Itching and
Burning Tor
tures, Humil
iating Erup
tions, such as '
SALT EHET M or Eczema. Psoriasis. Scald
Head. Infanrilc or Birth Humors, and
every form i-f Itching, Scaly Plnipiy, i-crof u
lons. Inherited, Contagious, ua Copper
Colored Diseases of the Blood, Skin, and
Scalp, with Loss of Hair, are positively cured
by the CnricuBJtRitEDiEs. -
CttMiiiu cnlirovtr tho TVAtfr- VvMfvrl nmt.
uer. cleanses the blood'and perspiration of
wipunues ana poisonous elements, ana thus
Temove the caus.
CBtlcnra. the great Skin Cure, instantly
allays Itching and Infiamatlon, clears the
Skin and Scalp, heals Ulcers and Sores, and
restores the Hair.
CatlcHra Se. an exquisite Skin Bean
tlQer and Toilet Requisite, prepared from
Ccticcea, Is indispensable m treating Skin
Diseases, Rsby Humors, Skin Blemishes,
Kough, Chapped, or.011y Skin.
Btlcara Kemedlen are absolutely pure
and the only real illood'Puriflers and Sklu
Beautlfiers, free from mercury, arsenic lead,
zinc, or any other mineral or vegetable poi
son whatsoever.
It vroHld require this entire paper to do
Justice to a description of the cures per
formed by the Coticuba Rksolyent ln
tornully. and Cuticuka and Coticcra
Soap externally.
Eczema of the palms of the hands and of
the ends of the Angers, very difficult to treat
and usually considered Incurable: small
patches of tetter and salt rheum on tho ears,
nose, and sides of the face.
Sealled Heads with loss of hair without
number, heads covored with candruff and
scaly eruptions, especially of chlldrr u and
Infants, many of which since bnth had been
a mass ot scabs.
Ilcklne, burning, and scaly tortures that
battled even relief from ordinary remedies,
soothed and healed as If by magic ;
PoriiistR, leprosy, and other frightful
forms of sklu diseases, scrofulous ulcers, old
sores, and discharging wounds, each and all
of winch have been bpeedlly, permanently,
and economically cured by the Cuticcba
Remedies.
Sold everywhere. Price : Ccticuka, E0
cents; RRSOLVEJ.T, 31.00: SOAP. 25 Crnta,
Pottrk Drug axd Chemical Co., Boston,
Mass.
Send fur "How lo Cure Skla Dbieaw".
CATARRH
COMPLETE TREATMENT $1
A Fincle dose of Hanfnrd's Kadfral
CJHre instantly relievos tho .moBt. violent
Sneezing or lieadC'oIdi.CIoarstheJItJul as by
maetc. stops watery discharces from the No?
and Eyes, prevents hinging Noises in the
Head, curo3 Neroo3 Hoadacho, and Subdues
Chills and Fever. In Chronio Catarrh R
oloanscs tho nasal passages of foul mucus, re
stores tho sense of smell, taste, and hearing
when nffocted. frees the hoad, throat, and
bronchial tubes of oBeniivo matter, sweetens
and purifies tho breath. Ftopa tho coagh and
arrests the progress of Catarrh towards Con
sumption, ,
one bottle' RadioaLCure, one box Catarrhal
Solvent and Sanford's Inhaler, all in ono
package, of all druggist? for Si, Ask for Sax
i'oao'4 Radical Cusk. Potter Datro and
Cbem , Co., Bostox, ,
DAINi
HnllU.' Tnlf.lA VlAjrlo
Plaster instantly affects
tne a errous System and
banishes P in. A par feet
tci jui... .'tiun. osiierj cuts
IS SHE CRT blaednltaaPorouiPIu
OTA tnrfneKrfn It..--:
SKT1
SKHftJiB lES5f hilates Pain. vitiliiu
WnnlrnnH W'nrn Cnt Port, .franotom. TirA
MuFcles. prevents diseaso. and does moro in
one half the time than any other plaster in
tho world. Sold everywhere.
PIANOS
AND
ORGANS
SMALL MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
Piano, and Organ Instructors.
-CELEBRATED
STEGK & KKABE PIANOS!
-AND-THE
WONDERFUL
LITTLE GIAHT STECK PIANO
-USED BY-
PRK3IDENT OF UNITED STATES
GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF CANADA
GOVERNOR OF OREGON.
ASTORIA MC8ICAL SOCIETY.
SIRS. J. W. CONN, of Astoria.
D.A.McINTOSH.Esq. "
J.D.HIGGINS.Esq.
CHAS. WRIGHT, Esq.
.lad by 3fiajf Other ProIaf at MasUlaas.
CELEBRATED JABER ORGANS.
Elegast Packard Orchestral Orsaa
Only exclusive Maslc House in Uie North
west. Only wholeaalo and retail House In
the Northwest.
GARDNER Eros.,
165 First St, Portland, Oregon.
BABBOTJB'S
Salmon Net Tineads
HAVENOEaiJAL.
THE
The London Fisheries Exhibition
HAVE WARDED THE
GOLD MEDAL
-TO-
The Baroonr Brothers Companj
. FORTHE
SUPERIORITY
OPTHEIB
PLAX NET THREADS.
Most Popular, Remedy-Sold.
lril:ll,l.l.lijlJr!JJlJrl
tPEDmOSl
For PlMkc,- BltekMCkresUc Src and
iea lsto or Energy aiid Habitual Con
stlpatlon unecualed. KtUtt S una ted.
Sold everywhere, Si. 6 bottles lor 53.0a
HUBBAH FOR THB 3U1T WHO PATS I
There are men of brains who count their
caina
By tho million dollars or morej
They buy and sell and really do well
On the money of the poor.
They manage to get quito deep in debt
By various crooked waya;
And so wo say that the man to-day
Is the honest man who pays.
When in town ho novor sneaka down
Some nUey or way-bpek Btrc-ct;
With head erect he will never deflect,
Bnt boldly each man will meet.
He counts the cost bofore ho id lost
In debt's mysterious maze,
And he never "buys in manner unwi30,
Bat calls for his bills and pays.
There's a certain air of debonnair
In the man who buys for cash;
He is not afraid of being betrayed
By a jack-leg shyster dash.
What he says to yon he will certainly
do.
If it's cash or thirty days;
And when he goes out the clerks will
shout,
Hurrah for the man who pays!
English as an Acquired Tosgne.
"Scandinavia" a magazine pub
lished in Chicago, recommends that
the English language be taught in
the common schools of Sweden, Nor
way and Denmark, as the best means
of elevating the workingmen of those
countries. It says: English would
not be more difficult than the present
written language is to children, who
in their homes only speak a local
dialect; especially because the Eng
lish language so much resembles the
Scandinavian. The people at homo
will hardly, at present, be able to un
derstand how muoh it would con
tribute to enfranchising the working
classes, and would still less recognize
that the elevation in wages, following
the increaso of emigration, is no real
los3 to the employers, because the
ability and capacity of the laborer is
at the same time raised in a still
higher degree. The development of
the material welfare and of good pop
ular institutions is probably also one
of the best means to secure the out
ward independence of the Scandin
avian nations. The present zeal of
the upper class for costly and useless
ornaments testifies more to honest
and respectable patriotism than to
practical common sense. It would
be better if their efforts were directed
to a union between the three king
doms, in which case there also would
be a question of the practical impor
tance of a defence.
No Colonel.
'Do with me what you pleaBe, I'm
an ex-Confederate soldier, and a
stranger in a strange land."
"Well, colonel," said his honor, "the
charge against- you is not a very grave
one. Sleeping in the street, I be
lieve, is the extent of its lawlessness."
"I'm not a colonel, sir."
"What!" shouted tho justice, spring
ing to his feet, "it cannot be I hear
aright. You certainly don't mean to
say you are not a colonel?"
"I do," replied the accused, decid
edly. "I was only a private- in the
army, and I guess that I am not much
more than a tramp now."
"My friend," replied his honor in a
choking voice, "go forth, you are a
free man. You are tho first South
erner I have ever met who was not a
colonel, and the only private, I hon
estly believe, tha,t was in tho Confed
erate army."
SOMETHING Y0TI WANT.
A NEAT MAP OF ASTORIA.
Warranted Cerrect: Lithographed and
Mounted; showing all Streets, Numbered
and Accurately Marked. Price but 85.
Also, a MAP OF THE BAB, Inun Govern
ment Sun ey. and endorsed as officially cor
rect.' Price 83,
Both Saps for 98,
But a limited supplv, so call early, at the
office of . BOZORTH& JOHNS.
The Gem Saloon.
The Popular Resort for Astorians.
FOB THE
Finest of Wines and Liquors
Go to the GEM SALOON.
ALEX. CAMPBELL. - 'PROPRIETOR.
ASTORIA LIQUOR STORE,
AUG. DANIELSON,
Proprietor.
Rebuilt aad. Refitted Throaghont.
The Best of
WIXES.l4l0.17O Kg, AXD CIGARS
For a Good Cigar, eall for one of
"Danielson's Best."
Corner West 9th and Water Strwts. Astoria.
n9-Cm
W. . DEMENT & CO.
DRUGQXSTS.
ASTORIA, - - - OKEUON
Carry in Stock,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET
anri .
FANCY ARTICLES.
Prescriptions carefully Compounded
Wood Yard.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE THE ASTO-
riaWood Yard. Gray's Dock, foot of
Benton street, will sell wood at the follow
ing prices and deliver wherever tho streets
are planked, between Trullinger's Mill and
O'Brien's HoteIbacK to Astor street :
Green Alder. 2-cut $1 53 per cord, long 83 75
92 o do 4 75 do do 4 00
GrnHemlfr.'k do 4 w do do 3 73
Dry do. - do 4 75 do do 4 00
GreettBeah do- 4 75 do do 4 00
Greea Fir do 4 73 do do 4 00
Dry Fir do 5 90 do do 4 25
Extra 3Tarle-
ad S.llmbs do 6 00 do do 5 25
vine 3t&ft1ii
and 8. luabs-tlo C 75 do do 5 00
Wood of All Kinds
Hy theScow load at REDUCED RATES.
.-. JL M. T. GKA.T?
Astoria, Febraary lai.1884.
-A8KFOR-
TTnion India Rubber Go's
Pure Tara Gum
CRACK PROOF
RUItER BOOTS.
BKWABXF IMITATIONS !
SlSiEhBoots sroBtairibed ORACK
PROOy-oa tlfeqjMir.'anll-have tho PURE
GUM SPRIHG8- on the foot and instep,
which prevent their cracking or breaking.
We-are-Bow-reakteg them with RUBBER
AD ASBESTOiSSoles which will make
them last momthaa twice as long as any
Rubberbeots atade.
. , , FOR SALKBY ALT. DEALERS.
ALL SINDlRUBeSKtSELTING, PACK
- ING,"H0SK,'8FbINGS; CLOTHING, '
ZaSkJt. i Affenta.
8.M.RUNY0N. 1 Ban Eranclsco.
W Troyalkvct 2 B
mm
Absoiuteiy Pure-
Tills powder never varies. A marvel of
purltv, strength and wholesomeness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold In competition with the mul
titude ot low test short weight, alum or
phosphat0 ljowders. Sold only in cam. Bov
AI. BAKIKO POWDF.lt Co., 10G Walt-st. N. Y.
Daxlism Ulilstoria It was neutral ground
derhv: tho andatico between Shonnan and
Johnson. Soldlera of boUx armies filled
tuoirioacha3 with the tobacco stored there,
and, af tor the surrender, marched home
tvard. Soon orders caaio from Esst, West,
North and Souta,for "more of that elegant
tobacco." Then, ten men ran an unknown
factory. No w It employs 800 men. uses the
pink and pick of tho Golden Belt, axX tho
Durham Bell is tho trade-mark of this, tho
be3t tobacco In the world. Blsckwell'a Bull
Durham SmoHn? Tobacco haa tho largest
gale of any Emoldni? tobacco in tho world.
Why r Simply because it is tho btit. All
dealers have 1L Trade-mark of the Bull.
Vitalizes and Enriched the Blood, Tanei
np tho System, SInl:es tho "Weak
Strong, BnUds up the Urokon-
down. Invigorates tho
Brain, r.nd
-CURiS
Dyspepsia, Nervous Af f ectious, Gsa
eral Debility, Neuralgia, Pever
and Ague, Paralysis, Chronic
Diarrhoea, Boils, Dropsy,
Humors, Female Com
plaints, liver Com
plaint, EemittenS
Fever, and
ILL DISEASES ORIGINATING IN A BAD STATl
OF THE BLOOD, OR ACCOMPANIED BY
DEBILITY OR A LOW STATE
OF THE SYSTEM.
PERUVIAN SYRUP
Supplies the blocd with its Vital Principle, 01
Life Element, IKON, infusing Strength
Vigor and New Ufo into all parts of the svstcm
BEING FREE FROM ALCOHOL, its energix
ng effects are not followed fcy correspocdL-g reac
ton, but are permanent.
SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Proprietor., &
garrison Avtcuc. Btcc Sold by all ITuggistj
Notice of Fjna Settlement.
TVTOTirE IS TfEnF.rtY RTVVV TITATTITW
U undersigned administrator of the estate
ui uuuii viii3iti r axiLseii. aeceaseu, nas nieu
In the County Court of the State of Orecon,
for tllfl PnlintVnr f'l'jtcnn lilj (Innl ann.tn..
as such administrator, and that Thursday.
iuo i'n u.ij ui aiay, io. at iue court room
of said court, at Astoria. Oregon, at one
o'clock p.; ar. of said .day; b the time and
objections to said account and tho final set-
P. F. JOHNSON,
d-td Administrator.
For Sale.
"CUVE HUNDRED CORDS DRY II EM-
jl iock woou, whicai will deliver at the
houses of customers for 34 a cord.
Draying of all kinds done :it rcasonabl
rates. r, r, MARION.
Drink Milkaud Grow Fat
And don't forget that
Always Keeps
Milk by the Glass, Pint, or Quart,
At hlsr-Frult Stand, on Chenamus street.
Opposite Spcxarth's Gun store.
To Whom It May Concern.
THE MILK BUSINESS HERETOFORE
carried on by I.N. DARLND. will
horeafter be carried on bv DARLA.ND &
MARTIN. I. N. Darland having sold an in
terest to Mr. Martin.
Drink Silk and Get Fat.
.-Don'tfort:otthatI N. Darland always
keeps milk by tho Glass. Pint, or Quart.
Partnership Notice.
NOTICE1S1D2REBY GIVEN THAT WE
have sold an Interest in our business to
Mr. II. M. Hathaway, of Portland, Oregon.
All parties Indebted to us ara requested to
settle promptly, as wo wish to close ourout
standing accounts. The firm will henceforth
consist of H.M. Hathaway, Ed.D.CurtKand
A. F Naef, under tho name and stylo of
Hathaway. Curtis & Co., and our business
will continuo as before at corner of Chena
mus and Hamilton streets
Ed. D. CURTIS & CO.
Astoria, April 22. 1SS1.
NOTICE.
STAffE AND COUNTY TAXES A RE NOW
duo and payable at my office,
A. M TWOMBLY,
tf Sheriff Clatsop Co.
Astoria Cooperage.
BARRELS AND HALF-BARRELS
Ail Kinds of Cooperage Done.
apLeave orders with JOHN ROGERS,
Superintendent, at Central Market.
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TKAXSPORTATION LIXES.
liwaco Steam Navigation Go.'s
WINTER SCHEDULE.
Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort Canby.
and Hwaco.
Connecting by stages aud boats for
Oysterville, Montesano and Olympia
& Tntil further notice the Hwaco
m9Mm fetcum Navigation Co.'s steamer
CSr23L. IMiLlos,
W ill leave Astoria
'On Mondays Thursdays, and Saturdays
Oysterville and Montesano mall days.
at 7 A. M.
Ft.StevenSj Ft. Canby and mooS'SmJSSSf&
0ii Europe.
Tvesjays. Wednesdays, and Fridays
Wednesdays, and
The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 A.21.,
as formerly, not being confined strictly to
schedule time.
Fare to Fort Canby aud Hwaco. .75 cts.
l-Hwaco freight, by the ton. in lots of
one ton or over, $2 per ton,
E?For Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the office of the company, Gray's
wnarf.oot of Benton street.
J. H.D.GRAY,
Agent.
West Ninth Street Assessment.
NOTICE is hereby siren that the as
sessment made by Ordinance No. 607 of
the City of Abtorla, Clatsop County.
Oregon, and which ordinance passea
the Common Council on the 2Sth day of
April. 1R4. and was approved on the
OJth day of April. 181, for the Improvo
mfiitoL West Ninth street, in the City
of Astoria as laid out and recorded by
J. M. fthively, from the south side of
Water street to the south itde of Spruce
street, in the manner provided by Ordi
nance No. ,ri97 and which ordinance
passed the Common Council on the luth
day of March, 18S1, and was approved
on tholSth day of March, 1884, on each
of the following described lots fronting
on said portion of said street Is now
payable at the office of the City Treas
urer, In U. S. gold and silver coin, and
unless paid within five days of the final
publication of this notice, viz: Tuesday,
May '.'0th, 1884, the Common Council
will is.t warrants for tho collection
tueieof. The assessment is as follews:
Devlin. .1. A Lot No. 1 in block 18G
Planking and bent work 12S feet, cost
SoW.00; sidewalk 125 feet, cost S62.50
Total eo.-t of improvement JJ424J30
Clatsop Mill Company. Lot No. 1 in
block 117. Planking and bent work
ijo feet, cost $.'511.00; sidewalk 125 feet
cost SG2.50.
Total cot of improvement S373.30
Shively, C. W. North 100 feet of lot No.
1 in block 110. Planking and bent
work 100 feet, cost $54.00 ;sidewalk 100
feet, cost S50.00.
Total cost of improvement S94.00
Bracker, Theodore. South SO feet of
lotrso. 1 in block 11G Planking and
bent work 50 feet, cost S27.00; side
walk 50 feet, cost S25.00.
Total cost of improvement $52.00
Bracker, Theodore. North 50 feet of lot
No. 12 in block 110. Planking and
bent work 50 feet, cost. 527.00; side
walk 50 feet, cost $25.00.
Total cost of improvement $52.00
Stevens. Chas. South 100 feet of lot No
12 in block 116. Planking and bent
work 100 feet, cost $54.00; sidewalk 100
feet, cost $50.00.
Total cost of Improvement $104.00
Page. C. II. Lot No. I in block 18. Fill
Ing 383 yards at 25 cents per yard, cost
$95.75; planking and bent work 150
feet. co3t $81.00; sidewalk 7!) feet, cost
$39.50.
Total cost of Improvement 3216.25
Brown, n.-Lot No. 12 in block 13. Fill
ing 500 yards at 25 cents per yard, cost
$l25:planking and bent work, 150 feet
cost $81; sidewalk 150 feet, co3tS7C.
Total cost of improvement $i'81
Frey, J. W. North 75 feet hi lot l block
19. Cutting 200 yards at 25 cts per yard,
cost $50: planking "and bent work, 75
feet, cost $40.50; sidewalk, 75 feet, cost
S32.50.
Total cost of improvement $123.
Uhleiihart Win. South 75 feet in lot 1
block 19. Cutting 383 yards at 25 cents
ner vard. cost $95.75; planking and
bent work, 75 feet, cost $40.50; side-
Total cost of improvement.... $168.75,
Marsh, S. P. Lot 12 in block 19 ; Cutting
1400 yards at 25 cents per yard ; $350 ;
improv
Dement W. E. South 100 feet of Lot 7,
block 20; Cutting 1,032 yards at 25
cents per -vara, 5.8; planking and
bent work,'l00 feet, cost $54; sidewalk
100 feet, cost $50.
Total cost of improvement.... $362.00.
Ferchen J. F. North 50 feet Lot 15
block 20 :Cutting 368 yards at 23 cents
per yard. cost $92; planking and bent
work, 50 feet, cost $2; sidewalk. 50
feet, cost S25.
Total cost of improvement, ....$144.00
Blanchet F. M. Lot 6, block 20 -Cutting
583 j'ards at 25 cents per yard, S145.75.
planking and bent work, 15a feet, cost
$81: sidewalk, 150 feet, cost $75.
Total cost or improvement fcjoi.'io.
Wood Mrs. S. F. Lot 7. block 17. Fill-
intr 500 vards at 25 cents ner yard,$125.
planking and bent work 150 feet, cost
$S1.00.
" Total cost of improvement $200.00
Karaia. J. Lot G. block 17. Filling 383
vards. at 25 ccnt3 per vard. cost of
.cutting and filling $95.75; planking
and bent work 150 feet, cost $81.00.
Total cost . of . improvement $176.73
Case. I. W. Lot 7 in block 115. Plank
ing and bent work 130 feet, cost $81 00
Totil cost of improvement $31.00
Ferrell. Mrs. Laura. Lot G In block 115
Planking and bent work 150 feet, cost
381.W,
Total cost of improvement $S1.00
Talor. James. Lot G in block 118.
Planking and bent work 125 feet, cost
$311.00 -sidewalk 123 feet, cost $62.50
Total cost of improvement $373.00
By order of the Common Council.
Attest: T.S.JEWETT,
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria, May 2nd, 1SS4.
LOEB & CO.
JOBBERS LN
WINES.
LIQUORS,
AND
CIGARS.
AGENTS FOR THE
Best San Francisco Houses and
Eastern Distilleries.
Tumblers Decanters, and All
Kinds of Saloon Supplies.
5TA11 goods sold at San Francisco Prices.
MAIN STREET.
Opposite Parker House, Astoria, Oregon.
REMOVAL.
The Astoria Passenger Line
W DLL AFTER THIS DATE HAVE ITS
headquarters at its Stables next to B.
B. Franklin, two doors below The Asto
ria:? office. First-class Livery service. Carts
with horso furnished, for one dollar per
hour. Carriages on application
The Astoria Passenzer Lino Hacks will
leave for Upper Astoria from the stables.
Morses taxen to ooara.
MRS. T. O'BRIEN.
TRANSPORTATION LINES.
Oregon Railway & Navigation
COMPAJKY.
OCEA.V PI VISIOM .
During the month of May. 18S4, Ocean
Steamers will sail from Portland to San
Fnuicico, and from San Francisco 10 Port
land, as follows, leaving Ain worth Dock,
Portland, at Midnight, and Spear Street
Wharf, San Francisco, at 10 A. ar. :
From Portland. hrom San Francisco.
April
uregoa
.Tuca 29
Colnrabu Fri 3
Oregon ..Ta 8
Mto offal.... Hat 10
Columbia We4' U
Urflgoa Haa 13
-tate of i aU...Thax,- S
Colombia Mob 3(
Oregon fxl 30
Jsaa
State orCal....Twi 3
Colombia ......Sat. 7
Oregon Wed U
May
Sat 3
W.d 7
,fun li
.Tliur 15
,.Mon 19
I Colnrabia....
JreKon ....
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Columbia ..
Orpjron ....
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Oregon Wed 4
Bute of Col ...Sua S
RAIL DIVISION -.-r
Pa venger Trains 't Tn Tirti "farTMf
ern points, at Id :OS P. M. Oafly; , J
RITER Division r"TfillrrrilMiriaJ
Rts leave Portland for DanaPairi
alse:
Leave Port
land for
iMonl Tu.
Astoria andl
lower Oo-I
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Tacoma and Seattle. ri.Htr ..
.uiuiu oituunora no not hmii m - .
Leaves tstnrii f n. tx-.i. ..a- - .....
cept Sunday. "" ;
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A. L. STOKES. Miir
Cen'l FreiRht and Pasa. A rt '
Oregon & California JSL JRL
OREGON : TRANSCONriNXNTAL
COMPANY. LESSEE.
On and after February 24thris& iraiaTiil
run asiouows r DAILY Except auadays).
EASTSIDE "DXVXSIOM:
rtween PORTLAND aadFMiEXIX.
.T,. MAIL TKAIi,-. .. ,
LEAVE. ARRTVBr
Portland 7 a. 7vMPh.ni jv.": "5,
PhtenlY. 7:WP.3tportland!Z 425y3ic
ALBANY EXPRESTTRAIfT.
LEAVE.- - AjtSfVi
Portland 4 M e. M.ilaribti!s.wik
Lebanon 4 rt5 a.m. PortlsadW S'iM
The Oregon and California Railroi&Kdy
makes connection with all EegularTrata
onKststsIdeDULsion.
WESTSIDK divisien:
Between JPortlnuil and CervalUa
MAIL TRAIX
LEAVE. ARRIVE:
Portland 9 rf)o a. 3t.CorvalH-4 OTi M.
Con allis 8 :3o a. 3i.!PorUand.3 33
EXPnESS TBAI3T
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Portland :oo r 3iMcMhnviBe:&:8ftM
McMmnville5:l5 A3ilPorUana.r.8 -Jjlk
.c,I?2e connections, mado at" Philq
with the Stages of the Oregon and Califor
nia Stage Company.
eTTIckets for sale at ah theprincibal
poxuis m uamorniT, at Company's Office-,
Corner F and Front 6ts., rortIaiti,Qr.
t?raioUr ...in . v. .i !Tr tr v
o"- " "" uo received; ioranr
after 5 o'clock p. ar. on either the E
!UpNlt
East er
) uat aiuu utruion.
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Oen'l ilanacor.
B. P.TtOGBXS.
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Genevieve Street AsImmimL
NOTICE is hereby gimiiofe thT as
sessment mada by Ordinal No. a;
of the City of Astoria, Clatwp-jCoaaty;
Oregon, and which 'ordiauc;paMei
the Common Council oirthUrdy;c
Apri 1,1884, and was approeloatoe4tti
April, 1884, for the improrewMtpI. Gen
evieve street, in the City ot Ariaras
laid out and recorded. By irohn-lcClure.
frbm the north side otCKenamua to- tie
south side of Seventh street, rothnafc
ner provided by Ordinance-No. saoruut
which ordinance passed the Commoa
Council on the 2lst day of -Decezabeh
1833, and was approved on the22n(r'6iy
of December, 188:1. on each' of- the X
lowing described lots fronting -on s&
portion of said street is now payabkrat
the office of theCitj- Treasurer? In W. S.
gold and Silver coin, and unlesavpald
within five days of the finaLpublloMloa
of this notice, viz: Tuesday; May-SOta,
1884, the Common Council will' isaue
warrants for the collection thereof. The
assessment is as follows :
Trustees M. J. Kinney, Estate. LotNb.
14 in block 61. Spiling,-, plana? and
bent work, 100 feet cost $298".00r side
walk, 100 feet, cost $50.00.
Total cost of improvement... ..$346JW
Hiram Brown. Lot No. o-in-blbcfcS).
Spiling, plank and bentworkyI08 fee?,
cost S212.00; sidewalk 100 feet coat
$5000.
Total cost of improvement SS4&Q0
Wni. Mbrey and. Company Lot No. l
in block 64. Spiling; plank: an; beat
work, 100 feet,-cost $220.00: sidewalk
100 feet, cost $50.00.
Total cost of improvement.'.. .-.$346DQ
Dan'l Graham, Lot Nol4- bleclP64.
Spiling, plank and bent wotfc l0feetL
cost $220.00; sidewalk 100 feet," cost
$50.00.
Total cost of improvement..... 834&00
Trustees M. J. Kinney Estate. L;t-No
4, block 44. Spiling;-plank-antbent
work 100 feetr cost "$220.00? sidewalk
100 feet, co3t$50.00
Total cost of improvement;... $346.00
W. H. Twilight-Lot Ho, b6Wu
Spiling, Tlank and bent work 100 feet,
cost $220.00; sidewalk 100 feet, cost
$50.00.
Total cost of Improvementr.i.SliteOO
C. II. Bain. Lot No. 1 in Dldcees: -Filling
1315 yards atSS'cents per-yard,
cost of cutting and-fillFng $a38.-B78pU-ing,
plank and oent workloWeeVeost
S147.00: sidewalkl00feetrco3t5Je.
Total cost of improvements. .8539.73
Mrs. G. N. Daggett Xot No14 In block
65. Filling 2014 yards, cost of cuttuxg
and filling $40330; spilingr plank and
bent work 100 feetjeost $14W; side
walk 50 feet, cost $50.c0.
Total cost otlmproveraent.... $600.50
Suprenant & Ferguson. Lot No2 in
block 45. Filling 1315 Tardcat.23
cents per yard, cost of cutting and
filling $328.75; spiling, plank and-beat
work 100 feet cost -$147.00; sidewalk
100 feet cost $50.00.
Total cost of improvement;. ...$323.73
Suprenant & Ferguson- Lot-No.f5 in
block 45. - frilling 20i4 jyards, at 25
cents per yard, cost of cutting and fill
ing $403J5O;spiline, planking and bant
work 100 feet, cost $147400; sidewalk
100 feet, cost, $50.00.
Total cost of improvement $600.50
Suprenant & Ferguson. Lot No. 4 in
block 71. Cutting 3810 yards at 25
cents per yard, cost of cutting and" fill
ing, $952.50: spiling, plank and-bent
work 100 feet cost $147.00; sidewalk
loo feet, cost $50.00.
Total cost of improvement... $1"149J0
D. M. Sutherland. -Lot No. SZ itf.block
71. Cutting 1875 yards- at25 cflta per
yard, cost of cutting and filling" S4S8.
7iz spiling, planking anaVbeninworfc
100 feet, cost $147.00 ; sidewalk 100 feet
S50.00. '
Totai cost of Improvement..... $(8.73
Daggett, Mrs. G. N. Lot Nos4.!abloclc
70. uuuing j,ivi yarus acaeeBisper
yard, cost of cutting and' nlllMpftbTC.
75; spiling, planking and-bent?swork
100 feet cost $147.00 ; sidewalk 100 feet,
cost $50.00.
Total cost of improvemeht.T.$f,089.73
Warren. W. E. and M.F. TJlit Xol'H In
block 70. CuttlngL318-feefat3rceate
per yard, cost of cutting andrfllmg
$3290; spiling, planklngVanilrkeBfe
work 100 feet, coat $147.00; "sidewalk
100 feet, cost S50.00. r ";i
Total cost of-improvemant. . '.$&SJ3Q
By order ot tn n "2twIti n riMi 11
. , Auditor HKTCiiifc.
Astoria, May 2nd, 1864.
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