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PORT OF ASTORIA.
ARRIVAL PRUT SKA
Kirkwoi d, Brsp 129 Sydney July 23
VESSELS IX THE Rl VER.
Alden Bespe, Am bk MfWashincton. Am sp
City of Delhi. Br ep Martha ruber,
Bcllo ci Oregon, Am bk Coloma.
Alameda, Am sp
VESSELS OA TEE WAY.
From Forcleu Ports, fcr the
Abeona, Br sd Glasgow May 23
Alpheta. Br bk London Mar 31
Brittania, Gerbk Liverpool June 2G
City of York. Greenock April 11
Grisedale, Brsp Liverpool. April 9
Jupiter. Br bk Liverpool April 15
Largo Law. Br sp Hull March IS
Navcfcink, Am bk Hone Kobe May 2&
"Terra. Gcr bk Liverpool May 7
From American Ports.
O S Bement, Am sp 1900 Philadelphia April 29
tiih: takIiE fok astokia.
HIGH WATER. j LOW WATKK.
First. Second. First. Second.
h W. X l' " ' "n- ,. '" "
fe, , S i
The hours between midnight :md noon are
designated by a (a. ji.). those between noon
and midnight by p (p. i.). OA. oOro a denotes
midnight, oft. 00m. v denotes noon.
The height is reckoned from the level of
average lower low waters to wiucn tnesoimu
ings are given on the Coast Survey charts.
Columbia River Exports.
Wheat, ar0.C75 bus S3C7.276
Flour, &5.290 bbls 422.GG6
Total 10 rat-goes 789.942
Wheat. 314,113 bus $313,082
Flour, 49 009 bbls 221.C97
Salmon, 401 es 2.005
0-1 7 32p 77 1 23a 13 1 ISp
0-0 8 2." 7"S 2 24 l'O 2 05
0-0 1 13 8 0 3 24 07 2 57
02 1) 511 81 4 21 03 3 43
0-5 10 40 83 5 23 -01 4 33
0-8 IX 20 8'5 0 13 -0-G 5 28
--, 0 5S 72 ( 57 -08 (5 17
87 1 38 7-5 7 311 -09 7 02
TU 2 14 7-8 8 13 -01) 7 43
!)-l 2 45 80 8 4S -O'S 8 .'tt
S-8 3 14 8-0 Jl 10 -OX OS
82 3 40 71) !) 41 -U2 9 40
75 4 18 7-8 10 14 03 10 40
70 4 57 7-0 10 47 08 11 33
0-5 5 47 7V 11 31 13 - -
01 0 47 7-0J 0 40 l'l 0 21)
5-il 7 51 77 1 4!) Oil 1 31
(i-0 8 51 711 3 02 0-5 2 42
G-2 10 00 81 4 10 02 3 4D
0-G 11 00 81 5 32 -03 153
7-1 1 51 8-7 R 3S -07 5 5!)
-'- 1 31 7 0 7 30 -01) 0 57
8-8 2 14 80 S 02 -0 0 7 50
8-7 2 47 8"? 8 4". -0 7 8 30
8'4 3 17 8-3j D 17 -lr3 9 20
80 3 45 82 9 49 00 10 08
74 4 13 81 10 15 03 11 00
08 4 52 7D 10 47 10 11 52
0-3 5 42 77 11 31 10
3D 0 33 7-0 0 47 0"C 0 19
58 7 30j17-G 1 41a 0C 1 Up
Total, 9 c-t:goos $3-H.CC4
Flour. 32.4'tt bbls $150,714
Wheat, 22.1,054 bus 201.310
Total, 5 caigoes $355,200
5 To Quccnsloicn per Otirc S. Southard.
Wheat, 57,715 bus $49,372
. 22 To QucemUnrn per Sumner J". Mead.
Wheat. 52,78 bus $45.9.,0
12 To Liverpool per El;da1c.
Flour, 13.513 bbls $33.82S
Wheat, y.ooo bus 8.S00
Salimm, !)5o0 es 47,023
12 To Q:'crifotru jer Jorralfarcr.
Wheat, 3t),8C2 bus $32,009
14 To QuccnxUncn jicr Norseman.
Wheat, 33,000 bus "30,000
Copper Ore, 110,300 lu 4 2.500
17 To IAtcrjHml per Itata,
Flour. 5000 bbls ....$25,000
"Wheat. 29,200 bu 20,300
Salmon, bC40 cs 43,200
17 To Liverpool per Clia. Cotcmcorth,
"Wheat, 42,327 bus $ no.Stt
Salmon, 13,&r8 cs .... GS.290
20 To Quccnxtoicn icr TutJionoux.
Flour, 19.472 bbls $01,501
23 London per Alisrysticith Cattle.
Salmon, 22.0CO cs $111,800
Flour, 9,231 bbls 43,970
12 To Qucenloicn per lied Cross.
"Wheat, G5.915 bus 3rs,8fl
15 To London per Jonic Jamison.
Salmon, 22,510 cs "?IlG,OS0
17 To Liverpool per IVoodlarU.
Salmon, 30.0S7 cs $180,435
Tl' ISOAT CHARGES.
Following is the schedule of prices for
towage mi ana out over ine-joiumbla Bar :
For vessels not Inward .Outward.
exceeding Loaded. Ballast.
800 tons.Sl50 $150 $130
800 to 1000 tons... 200 175 175
1000 to 1200 tons... 225 200 200
1200 to 1400 tons... 275 225 250
1400 to 1600 tons.- 300 250 300
Astoria ICetnil market.
Flour per sack S1.33.
Wheat, per cental Sl.752.00
Bacon, sides per Yb, 15 to 18 cts.
Shoulders, " 12 cts.
Hams, " 1G19 cts.
Lard, v " Ul6Kct&
Beef, 12K18 cts.
Mutton, 1215 cts.
Pork, 12X5 cts.
Veal, 1518 cts.
Butter, per roll "w70 cts.
Ercs, per dozen3340 ' cts.
Potatoes, new, per tb 11cLs
Cheese, per B 1G20 to 40 cts.
Cornmeal, per lb 4 cts.
Oatmeal, " filets.
Beans, " 4i cts.
-ce, " 8 10 cts.
bURiir, yi4 c.
byrup, per gallon 70c Si.
Honey, per gallon Sl.40.
balnion, per kitSS.
Onions, per lb J:5cts.
Apples dried per lb 1018 cts.
Peaches " 13 is cts.
Plums, " l2K!Rets.
Candles, per lb 20 cts.
Chickens, per dozen S;.
Hay, per ton S25.
Hides, per lb (i 9 cts.
Oils, per gallon, boiled linseed, 75c:
raw Imsecd, 70c; coal oil, 40c; lard Sls!
Notice to the Public.
Inns is TO GIVE notice that I
. want to settle up my busisess.
Those knowing themselves indebted to
me will please make immediate settlement.
Any one haying a claim against me will
.please bring It in at once.
.... T , MIKE MEYER.
Astoria, July 1C.188L
United States Senators ...- j .-.
Representative in Coniri ess X
j;ieinor's S rreiar...."li
Scrrvtaiy .f Stair.. -
Sup't Public InMructiou..
Clerk School Land Hoard.
Sun't Insane Asylum
.... A. F. W!i. f -
.K It Met lro
W. H Hyars
...E. P. McCornne
,Dr. H. Cannter
aui.rwiu.u; -V. P. Lor
"SnTirm .Tinlr5 J. B. "aid
, 0 j YV.Tliayer
Distkict Judges :
First District L..K- WeJister
Second District llS,Dtilte.an
Third Dlstrict .R. P- Boise
Fourth District Seneca Smith
Fifth District ...F. J. Taylor
Sixth District M. L Olmsiead
Clatscp County Officers:
Judge C. A McGulre
Clerk C. J. Trenchard
Sheriff. .W. G. Itoss
r..TOicei, 1 D. K. "Warren
Commissioners jw Hobson
Assessor J. F. Warren
Survevor. ... G. F. Parker
School Sup't J. E. Higgins
Coroner. ........ J.; C. uoss
Mavor J. W, Hume
Auditor and Clerk .... .T. S. Jewctt
Chief of Poiice ... Clark Loughrey
Treasurer. . ..... ....J. G. UuMler
Street Superintendent Thos. I;g-m
(C. H. Cooper
First Yad 'A A. A. Cleveland
( I. "W. Case
Second "Ward ... C. J. Trenchard
C. "W. Stone.
Temple Lioclge, No. 7A.P.A.M.
REGULAR COMMUNICATIONS a
llrst and third Tuesdays In cachVy
month, at 7Ji o'clock, r. it., at the'VN
Hall in Astoria. Members of the order in
good standing arc invited to attend..
By order of the W. M.
Bearer Lodge No. 35, L O. O. P.
TJEGULAB MEETING KV-
.Jk' VtJ i!IUi.-UUJ ci:iiiit, 1
seven o'ciock, at tne jxinge
room in Odd Fellows Hall. Asto
ria. Sojourning members of the order in
good standing, cordially invited to atterd.
By order N. G.
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O. P.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF OCEAN EN
campment No. 13. I. O. O. F., at the
Lodge, In the Odd Fellows Building, at
seven r. M., on the second anil fourth
Mondays of each month. Sojourning breth
ien corilially Invited.
By order C P.
Seaside Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
Ixidge No. 12, A. O. U. W. will be held
in Pythian Hall on Friday evening of each
week, at 7 o'clock p. M. Members of the
order in good standing, and visiting Broth
ers arc invited to attend. Library will be
open fifteen minutes before and after each
meeting. By order M.
C. BROWN, Bee
Astoria Lodge No. 40. L O. G.l.
REGULAR MEETING EVEItY MON
day evening at 7 -30 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. 895 Is held on the first and
third Tuesday of each month, at 7 o'clock p.
M. By order of the Council Coniinmuler.
Occident Counci No. 5. 0. C. P.
MEETS EVERY FIRST AND THIRD
Mondav evenings of each mouth, at 8
o'clock P. M. Members of the order are
lespectfully requested to attend.
C. BROWN, Recorder.
Cushing Post No. 14, G. A. R.
QEGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS POST
t on the second and fourth Tuesdays of
eacli month at 7 -30 p. M. Visiting "com
rades cordially invited. Bv ouler
Pacific Lodge No. 17, K. of P.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS
1-odge every Friday evening, at 7 :20
o'clock, in their Castle Hall, Sojourning
Knights cordially invited to atten-1.
GEO. 1 "WHEELER.
K. of R. and S.
Astor Lodge No. 6. K. of P.
"REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS
L Lodge every Wednesday evening, at
7 -J30 o'clock, at their lodge room, in Pvthiau
Castle. Sojourning Knights eordiallv" Invit
ed to attend. W. lfc ROBB.
K. of R. and S.
Astoria Division No. One, Uniform
Rank, K. of P.
REGULAR MEETING ON THE SECOND
and fourth Thursdays of each month in
Kheir armory Hall, in Pythian Castle, at
Lcigui p. m. i-eguiar anil on tne nrst and
third Thursdajs of each month, at Main
sheet wharf, at eight p. m. Sojourning
Sir Knights cordially invited to attend
meetings and di ills.
GEO. P. WHEELER.
Astoria "Workingmen's Protective
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS LODGE
every Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock,
at their Lodge room, over Carnahah & Co.'s
store, corner of Cass and Chenamus streets.
F. F. BLINN, .J. C. ROSS,
REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND
fourth Tuesday evenings of each month
at 7J4 o'clock.
B3"Tersons desiring to have matters acted
upon by the Council, at anv remilar meet
ing must present the same to the Auditor
and Clerk, on or before the Friday evening
prior loxne mesuay on wmen tne council
holds its regular meeting.
THOS. S. JEWETT,
Auditor and Clerk.
City Treasurer's Notice.
THE Tax-list of the City of Astoria,
umiaujj vsuumy, -jrcgon, is now in my
hands for collection, and will remain
with me for Thirty days. Ail parties
interested piease taKO notice.
J. G. HtlSTLKE.
Astoria, July 17, 1884.
BUY THE BEST!
Salmon Net Threads
Woodberry, and Needle Brands,
(I0RKMD LB AD LINES,
Fish Pounds, Seines, and Xets
Imported to Order. A
AND FISH HOOKS.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
517 and 519, MARKET STREET
""Agents for the Pacific Coast
Notice of Sale.
Th,in -V GIVE NOTICE THAT CI
J-iuve this day transferred all my rlglit
Sth&iUfc1!!1,? establishment 5known
wi tJS.'5 ok Store- toH.I. Newbury
and Irving Stevens, who will conduct the
business of the Arm in the future.
bfS' are t0 -- IM to New-
B. F. STEVENS.
Astoria, July ist.i$84.
TOIl EVKKV FOnSI OK
SKIN And BLOOD
Pimples to crofu
cUJOUSANDS OF LETTERS In our pos
it session repeat thlsstorv : I have" been a
eirible -ufTerer ior jears'with Blood and
SKin Humors ; have been ohligi d t shun
public places by reason or mv diofisuri-ii! hu
mors; have had the bi-st iihvsi--i.uis; have
-pent hundieds or dollars and got no real
lelief until I used the Ccticcka Resoi
vent, the new Blood Purifii-r, internally,
and cirricimA and Ccticura Soap, the
Great Skin Cures and Skin Beautiflers. ex
ternally, which Imve cured me and left mv
skin and blood as pure as a child's.
James t. Klehanlson, Custom nouse.
New Orleans, on oath, sas : In 1870 Scrol
ulous Ulcers broke out on mr bodv until I
was a mass of corruption." Everything
known to tne medical facultv was tried in
vain. I became a mere wreck. At times
could not lift my hands to my head, could
not tunt !n IiaiI tvoc In imictnnt itnin i.i
looked upon life as a cure. No relief or
wuic jur iv Java, in lEou i iieani oi me -jl-ticuk-v
KEMKDiES.med them and was per
Sworn to before 1T. S. Com. J . I). Cn.v
roitn. STILL MORE SO.
Mill JlrDor.nld. 2312 Dearborn Street,
Chicago, gratefully acknowledges a cure o;
Eczema, or Salt Rheum, on head neck, face,
arms and legs for seventeen years ; not able
to move, excepi on liands and knees ; for
one year ; not able to help himself for eiglit
j-ears ; tned hundreds of remedies : doctors
pronounced his case hoicles.s. Permanent
ly cured by the Clticui:.v Rfjieiiif.s.
- MORE WONDERFUL YET,
II. E. Carpenter. Hendereon. N. Y., cured
of Psoriasis or Leprosv of twentv vears
standiug, by CLTiruiiA Rfjikdies. 'The
most wonderful cure on record. A dustpan
f ul of scales fell from him dail v. Pli vslcians
and his friends thought he miist d le. Cure
sworn toberore a Justice of the Peace and
Henderson's most prominent citi7ei:s.
WiHr to us for these testimonials In full
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Sild by all druggists. Trice : Clticka,
TiO cLs. : Resolvent, $l ; Soap. 23 ct -. Pot
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HT7 A TTT V rr lSom-h. Chapped ai d
PSUH.UA. JL Greasy Skin. Black ilcad
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mors, uso CimcuUA Soap, a real Iicautifier
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DELINQUENT TAX LIST FOK SL'UOOI. IMS
"tUICT NO. ONE. FOIt 1SS3.
Andrew Anderson ." CO
Hiram Brown 1U. 47
"W.J. Barry 13 30
Beaver Lodge, No. 3.1, 1. O. O. F. . 3 r0
Elizabeth Brown 12 G7
Isaac Bergman 7 03
3Ira. Bereman and ilra. Schlussel. 3 05
A.S.Bennett 11 20
H. Corbc-tt 102 ;V
I. Cohen U X
A. A. Cleveland 2 02
Chns. Ebert S 40
Thos.H. Foss .. 4 90
Geo.Ganz 2 80
Holt Bros 4 20
N. Hardv. G S3
Hansen Bros 42 70
"Win. Howo 29 75
Isaacs & Sammorneld 11
Jackinsi Parks 3 "10
N. M. Kimball 2 4
HowellLewis. 4 20
Loryea Bros 2 10'
A. Monteornerv 40 9."
Henrv Miller, estate of 3 3G
F.C."Norris 4 90
O. F. L. fc B. Association 227 "JO
T.A. Orcutt 4 37
C.H. Pace 19 18
J. "W. Bobb, estate of. 25 97
Mra.Myraltussell 9 10
Haddock & "Wheeler 5 25
Seaside Packing Co 31 50
A.G. Spexarth 10 50
Jas. Taylor. 270 50
E. A. Taylor. 20 05
Mrs. F. H. "Worsley 0 30
"Wine Sing 8 40
J."W?"Wlnio 7 00
F.D.AVinton C 30
Sundry others,amonnting to about 36 00
. X'nunshea by order.
Jso. O. Bozortii.
Leinenweber & Co.,
ASTORIA, ... OltECOX
TAMERS AND CUBMES,
Manufacturers and Importers of
ail kinds of
LEATHER AND FINDIN&S.
Wholesale Dealers in
IIIghest cash price paid for Hides and
-ask fo it
Union India Rubber Co.'s
Pure Para Gum
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS !
Bo sure the boots are stamped CRACK
PROOF on the heels, and have the PURE
GUM SPJUJSUS on tiie loot anu instep,
which prevent their cracking or breaklnp
TYe arc now making them with RUBBER
AXD ASBESTOS Soles which will make
them last more than twice as ion as any
Rubber boots made.
FOR SALK BY ALL DEALERS.
ALL KINDS RUBBER BELTING. PACK
1XG, IIOSK, SPRINGS, CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES. Etc.
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
1L li. PKASE. .Ir. J Agents
S.M. RUNYON, ) San FranciSCO.
Books Made of Clay.
Far away bsvond the plains o
resopotamia, on the banks of the
Tigris, lie the ruins of the ancient
city of -N-neveli. No' long since ha j.e
mounds e f earth and stone marked
the place where the palaces and walls
of the proud capital of the great As
syrian empire stood. The spade, first
of the PreucLman, then of the Eng
lishman, has cleared all the earth
away and la'd bare all that remains
of the old streets and palaces where
the Princes of Assyria walked and
lived. The gods they worshipped
and the books they read have all been
revealed to the sight of a wondering
The most curious of all the curious
things preserved in this wonderful
manner are the clay books of Nine
veh. The chief library of Nineveh
was contained in the palace of Kon-
vuniikr. The clav books which it
contaius are composed of sets of tab
lets covered, witn very smaii wm ----.
The tablets are oblong in shape
and when several of them arc used
for one book, the first line of the tab
let following was written at the end
or the one preceding it. The writing
on the tablets was, of course, done
when the clay was soft, and then it
was baked to'hnrdcu it Then each
tablet, or book, was numbered, and
assigned to a place in the library,
with a corresponding number, so that
the librarian could easily find it, just
as our own librarians of to-day num
ber the books we read. Among these
books are to be found collections of
hymns (to the gods), descriptions of
animals, and birds, stones and vege
tables, as well as history, travels, etc.
The Assyrians and Babylonians were
great students of astronomy. The
method of telling time by the sun,
and of marking it by an instrument
called a suu-dial, was invented by the
latter nation. None of our modern
clock and watches cau be compared
to the sun-dial for acuracy. Indeed,
we have to regulate our modern in
ventions by the ancient Babylonian
How a Bnll Tn-i "Won a "Wager for His
Two dog fanciers were discussing
the respective merits of their brutes,
when one of them said:
"Bull pup?! is no good, yer can't
learn 'em nothin,.''
''Taint se: I've got a bull pup
that'll fetch an' carry anything. Yy,
I've got 'im so he'll carry off a chunk
uv raw beef an' bring it back agin.
"Betcher ho wont."
"Done, an' here's a dolyer a backs
The monev was put up, tho dog
was called and the meat given him.
"Now, Tige," said the owner, "take
it out doors, that's a good doggy, an'
when I calls yer, come in agin an'
show tho gentleman wot yer can do."
The dog went out with the meat in
his mouth, and presently his owner
called, Tige, Tige; here Tige, and he
came back wagging his tail and lick
ing his chops.
"Gimme them stakes! shouted the
other fellow; "I tolo yer yer couldn't
learn a bull pup nothin'. lie haint
brung it back."
"Go slow, mister. I reckon I'll
take them cases myself. I didn't say
how the pup'd fetch that meat back,
No, but yer see he haint brnng it."
"He hez too, an' it's on tho inside
uv him, in course. Yer didn't think
the dang pup habn't senso enough to
clamp onto a good thing when he
got a chance, did yer? Bull pups is
smart Im a tellin' yer," and he took
his dog and the two dollars and
AH lhc Egup-c.
To captivate the popular taste and
surpass all previous efforts to please the
palate, requires no small amount of
knowledge and no little skill, and when
we remember that the very agreeable
liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs, is
as beneficial to the system, as it is ac
ceptable to the stomach, we readily un
derstand why it is the universal favor
ite as a cure for Habitual Consumption
and other ills arising from a weakness,
or inactive condition of the Bowels, Kid
neys. Liver and Stomtcli. Samplo bat
tles free and large bottles for sale bv YY
E. Dement & Co., Astoria, Oregon. "
youxg lura! jti;Ai this.
Tin: Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall,
Mich., oiler to send their celebrated Elec-
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Smokers of Blad-wcU'a Genuine
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22 other rrcmlnnis as here shown.
The 25 premiums will bo a-varded
December 22, 1SS1. 1st Premium
goes to tho person from whom we re
ceive the largest number orour empty
tobacco bag3 prior to Dee. 15. 2d will
bo Riven for tho next largest number
and thus, in tho order of the number
of empty bass received from each.
to tho twenty-Svo successful con
testants. Each bar- must bear our
original Bull Durham labeL U. S.
Reveauo stamp, and Caution Notice.
Bara must be done np securely in a
packago, with name and address of
sender, end number of batrs contain
ed, plainly marked on the outride,
and mustbcscnt.char--cs prepaid, to
Co ., DcniiAir. X. C. Every Kenuino
package has picture of BuU.
Sos our next announcement
Salmon it Ttoais
HAVE WO EaXTAL.
Ihe London Fisheries Exhibition
HAVE AWARDED THE
The Barter Men Coipny
OF TH Kin
?LAX NET THEEABS.
Barnes' Patent Foot and Steam
Power Scroll Sawn.
TenontTs, Formers, Etc.
Sole A-reuts. G2S X.irLet St
s&' San Francisco.
Mechanics Tools, ilaehinnrv. nml lliVdwarn.
Catalogue of a.l our goods sent frcz on ap-
The Triifj iJ ' TL. . . ' r . i.i.t '. n td ul
Hl'.MlX.XL ME.lhXhi.S, j.oss'of JM.V
HOOft, itNtl th rss'ilt of ati iif,t!nrase orexcesten.
II vKih'j to i cvi:licith'W ctillrtl I'liOSTA TOR
RHEA. DR. 1. 1 ERIC'S IX VI t: Oil ITOR i
the 0X1. Ycjreforl'ROSTA TORRUEA. l'rire.
?2.'0 ;xr jHtclifjt, C paelwjrs, glO.W. flHulf to
ll:lh owl Self-Analyst sentfrer. .UUrets LIE
RI-l It I ll'EXS. I Vor Ihs- t.- . it. n .
4i0 fo.tr u St ft i.t rii"icir.,. Cut.
Frank and Clear.
Knvinjc Admitted the Strcnsth of
the Kvidcncc n Prominent IM13
siciau taJics I.o-jical Action.
The followinc letter tells its own story. The
siBnaturo will be recosnized as that of the
Pbysician-in-Cbiefof tho Do Quincy Home,
and author of " Drugs That Enslave," "Tho
Hypodermic Injection of Morphine," A Man
ual of Nursin-r," and many other popular and
valuable special medical werks:
101 Wist Testii Strkkt.)
2"kv York, August II. lbSO. j"
illSTS. SKaBCRY & JOHXSOX,
GcjiIcnicn; Liko most of my profession.
am cautious about pinnins my fai'h to any
now medicine- or curative agent. But your
BENSON'S GAFCINE POROUS PLASTER
lias broken throurii tho barriers and won its
way to my good opinion. My attention was
nrst called to it soino eight months ago by i
patient of mino Althouch I was. well ac
quainted with tho superior excellence of your
other plaster and antiseptic dressing, mado
especially for tho profession, tho Benson's
was comparatively new to mo. I had heard
howovcr, of its merits as a remedy, in cases
ofLamoBack, Local Rheumatism. Neural
gia. Congestion of tho Bronchial Tubes and
Lungs. Dyspepsia, Torpid Liver andiho like
affections, and havo sinco begun to experi
ment with it personally. I find BENS0N'
CAPCLNE PLASTER an exceptionally clean
ly plaster to use, and rapid in its action.
Many tests of its qualities, mado in my own
family and among my patients havo convinc
ed, mo that thcro is no smclo nrticlo an mln
able for popular use, nor so helpful in tho
diseases I havo named.
Should you desiro to do so, you may use my
name to that effect.
Very truly yours,
H. II. KANE. A. M.. M. D.
Tho genuine havo tho word CAPCINE cut
in tho center. Prico 25 cents.
Scabury & Johnson, Chemists, New York
Notice of Purchase.
TTTETHE UNDERSIONED HAVE THIS
tY day entered into co-nartncrsliio under
the firm name of H.D. Newbury & I Stev
ens. Irving Stevens bavins purchased the
Interest of B. F, Stevens 111 the City Boel:
II. D. NEWBURY.
Astoria, July 1st, 1K,
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Sale of Cemetery Lots.
XOTICE is hereby given that bids
will be received at tne office of the un
dersigned. Auditor and Clerk of the
Citv of Astoria until Thursday, July 31,
1&S4, for Lots, Ulocks, Sections and Par
cels of land m the City Cemetery on
Bids must state the price per lot or
acre and the amount required. The
highest bidder will have the choice of
All sales made will be in accordance
with the map of said Cemetery, in the
office of the Auditor and Clerk.
The right to reject any and all bids is
By order of the Common Council.
Attest: T.S. Jkwktt,
Auditor and Clerk.
Notice of Arch Streetlmproveinent.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Common Council of tlio City of Astoria
propose to order the improvement of
that portion or Area street lying be
tween the west side of "West Sixth
Street and the west end of Arch Street,
bv cuttiiiK and filling the same to its
full width, to the following grade, to-
- of- itt? ii-kfnnenf et iiit1i Ivnef Jivfli1
Street 111 feet; at its intersection with
"West Seventh Street 112 feet; at its in
tersection with West Eighth Street 128
feet; at its intersection with West Ninth
Street 120 feet above the base of grades ;
and by planking the same to a width of
sixteen feet in the center thereof, and
by building a sidewalk on the south
side of said street.
And unless a remonstrance signed
by the owners of two thirds of the
property fronting on the said
portion of said street be filed
with the Auditor and Clerk within ten
days of the final publication of tins no
tice viz: Tuesday August .", 1884, the
Common Council will order said im
provement to be made.
By order of the Common Council.
Attest: T. S. Jfwktt,
Auditor and Clerk.
IN TJIE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIE STATE
of Oregon for Clatsop County.
In the matter of the assignment of Jordan
Notice Is hereby Riven that the undersign
ed has been appointed assignee of the estate
of Jordan and Bozortii. Insolvent debtors of
the City of Astoria, Clatsop County, State
of Oregon. ,, A . ,
All claims against said estate- must be
presented to me under oath within three
months after this notice, at my oflice in tho
City of Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon.
G. C ruijTON,
Assignee of the estate of
Jordan and Bozortb, insolvent debtors.
July 1 4, 1SS1. d-td
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Notice of Foreclosure.
CIRCUIT COURT, CLATSOP COUNT1,
I. C.lruiiingerriaintlff, r. James Turk,
Defendant : Notice of suit to foreclose Me
Notice Ls hereby given that tho plaintiff,
J. C.Trullinger has brought suit against the
defendant", James lurk, in the Circuit Court,
for Clatsop County, Oregon, to foreclose a
mechanic's lien in favor of said plaintiff
and against said defendant, on the building
situate and being on the W yx of Lot No.
four, in block No. im, in Shlvelv's Astoria.
Clatsop County, Oregon, and also against
the leasehold interest the defendant nasln
and to Said mill nrpmlsAa fnrtho minrv
or and from the defendant the sum of Five
Ilundred Thirty-three 17-100 Dollars, the
costs and disbursements of suit, and such
other and further relief as to equity may
seem just : all persons interested in the en
forcement of said lien or clalmlnc any bene
fit thereof, are hereby required to present
their claims within ten days alter the final
publication of this notice, and In case ot
failure so to do within said time, or so much
further time as may be allowed by the Court
or Judge; the party so failing snail forfeit
the Hen under tho act of the Legislative
Assembly of the State of Oregon, termed
"An act to provide for the Lien of Mechan
ics, Laborers, Material Men and others, and
prescribing the manner of their Enforce
ment.' approved Oct. 23, 1S74.
Astoria, Or., July U, 1SSJ. d-iw
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned has been appointed ad
ministratrix of the estate of Isaac Foster,
deceased, and all persons having claims
against said estate are hereby notified to
present the same to her. duly verified, at
herresidence in Astoria, Oregon, within slv
months from this date ; aud all persons In
debted to the estate are notified to pay the
same to her immediately.
Astoria, June nth, 1SS".
dGwks JANE FOSTElt.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE
of Oregon, for Clatsop County.
Louisa Veatch. Plaintiff, vs. Allen "SV.
Veatch. Defendant :
To Allen "V. Veatch, the above named non
resident defendant : You are hereby noti
fied to appear and answer the complaint of
above named plaintiff filed against you In
the above entitled court, in tho above en
titled suit, on or before the first day of tho
next term of said court, which will be ou
Tuesdav, August 5th. 188-1, and you will take
notice that it you fail so to appear and an
swer, for want thereof plaintiff will apply to
the court for the relief prayed for In said
complaint, which in substance is a decree
dissolving the bonds of matrimony existing
between plaintiff and defendant, and that
the custody of the minor children be award
to plaintiff. This summons Is published by
virtue of an order made by the Hon. A. b.
Bennett, Judge of said court. June 13. 184.
Att'ys for rialntlff.
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
JLi undersfgned has been appointed admin
istrator of the estate of Mrs. Mary McDon
ald, sometimes known as Mrs. Mary Thomas.
All persons having claims against said es
tate are hereby requested to present such
claims duly verified within six months from
the date of this notice, at my place of busi
ness in Astoi ia, Clatsop County Oregon.
Astoria, July 9. 1881.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THATTHE
co-partnership known under the firm
name of "Wheeler & Robb. in the transaction
of real estate and insurance business. Is this
day mutnally dissolved, W. L. Itobb retiring
from the firm.
The business will be hereinafter conduct
ed by Geo. P. AVheeler, who assumes all 11a
Tiiiitfjxs mid to whom all outstanding ac
counts will be paid.
GEO. P. WHEELER.
Astoria. Or.. July 5. 1881.
JOHN P. CLASSEN,
French and American Candies
Every morning, from the