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.AUGUST 21, 18M
PORT OF ASTORIA.
VESSELS IX THE RIVER.
Aldn Ees'e. An blc MtWashlngton, Am ep
Belle of Ojecon, tnbk J'oloma.
Kirkwn d. Krep Alameda Amsp
N&venink, Am bk Om ot York.
Largo Layi, Hi sp
VESSELS OX THE WA T.
r'rcri Forelcu Ports, for ihe
Atasoa. 1339 Glasgow May 20
Abeona, Br sp QlaigowMarCS
AJpbetn. Br bk Loodor Mir 31
' Uritt&nia, Gerbk Liverpool Judo 2o
Urisedale, Br sp Liverpool. April 9
Cjprus. 1091 Rio Janeiro May 30
Jupiter Br bk Liverpool April 15
Janet McNeil, 899 Liverpool
Kincardinshire Br bk Glasgow Aug 10
Lord Kinnaird, Br bk Callao July SI
Mary A Troop. lUo Janeiro Jnly 3
Ophelia. US4 Liverpool May TO
W H Hese. Am bk Newcastle July 10
Werra. Ger bk Liverpool May 7
From American Port.
Acnes Sutherland. Br sp San Francisco Cal
C. S. llultert Am bk New Vork July 2fi
O S Beinont, Am sp 1900 Philadelphia April 23
Chesebrouch. 1507 Philadelphia July 4
TIDE TABLE FOB ASTORIA.
HIGH WATElt. J LOW WATKK.
First. Second. I First. SecondT
o o e 3S
t, H 2 ji 5 J? Js if
Qhshsh 5 h a
h. tn. v h. m. S h. m. X A. m. JZ
1 S l .
The hours between imdufeht and noon are
desiimated by a (a. 11.1. those uclv. een noon
and midnight by v (v. iL). 0. OOw a denotes
imdnicht. 01. 00m. p denotrs noon.
The height is reckoned from the level of
average lower 10 w w.uers to wnicn t lie sound
incs are civen on the Coast Snrvev charts.
Columbia River Exports.
Wheat, 350.CT5 bus
Flour, 83.2TC. lili!
Total 10 cargoes $789,942
Wheat, 314.113 has S31362
Flour, 49 009 bbl--. 221.C97
Salmon, 401 cs 2.005
Lumber, coo M 7,000
Total, 9 eatgois
Flour, 32.49.J bbls'
Wheat, 2i,054 bus
Total, 5 caigoc
Wheat, 110J27 bus - "595,294
Flour. 47.209 bbls ?214,359
Wheat, 150.C6I bus 130,218
Salmon, 53 80S c 270)18
Total, 7 cargoes $021,495
Wheat, C5.945 bus S 53.850
Salmon, 58.003 cs.. 290,515
Total, 3 cargoes $330,3G5
6 To Liverpool per City of Delhi.
Salmon, 48,820 as $241,040
Whear, 7,900 bus - - 7,110
Total ;. S218.150
5 To Panama pcrJEolm.
Lumber, 371,022 ft $5,150
TUG BOAT CHARGES.
Following is the schedule of prices for
towage hi and out over the Columbia Bar :
For voxels not Inward .Outward.
exceeding leaded. Ballast.
800 tons$150 S150 $150
S00 to 1000 tons.- 200 175 175
1O00 to 1200 tons... 225 200 200
1200 to 1400 tons... 275 225 250
1400 to 1000 toils.- 300 250 300
Foreign Salmon Shipments for '84.
Itata Badollet & Co, 3,890; Scandina
vian, 1,500; Tirumins & Co., 2,250! Cut
ting, 1,000. Total, 8,640.
Chas. Cotcsworlh Joseph Hume, 4,000;
Thomes & Knowles, 5,500; G. T. Myers
1,000; J. W. & V. Cook, 1,000; Jas. "Will
Hams, 2,178; Fishermen's, 1,000; S. El
more, 1,230; AVm. Hume, 750. Total,
2S.AberyslioitIi Castle. J G Megler,
3,000; Aberdeen Co. 810; Jno A Devlin,
7,000; Astoria, 2,500; Booth & Co, 1,000;
J W & V Cook, 3,000; Anclo-Ameriean,
2,000; Geo T Myers, 1,000-, Badollet fc Co,
1,000; C Timmins& Co, 750; Total, 22,000.
12 Jessie Jamison, to London. Astor
ia, 5,500; "Wm. Hume, G,31G; Badollet &
Co., 1,500; J. O, Hanthorn, 1,000; O.
Timmins & Co., 2,500; Jno. A. Devlin,
2.000; Geo. T. Myers, 1,000; A. Booth, 1,
500; F. M. "Warren, 1,000; Cutting, 200.
15 Woodlark J. O. Hanthorn, 1,250;
Jos. Hume, 3,103; Thomes and Knowles,
2,500; G. W. Hume. 650; J?t. Adams, 1,250;
Aberdeen, 1,600; West Coast, 1,500; Scan
dinavian. 3,000; Fisherman's, 2,500; Jas.
Williams, 2,003; G. T. Myers, 2,0D0; Sam
Elmore, 2,000; Union Pacific, 3,000; Co
lumbia, 1,000; Badollet & Co., 5,000; J.W:
and V. Cook, 2,500; I. X. L., 1,250; Total,
I. City of .DeZu, io Liverpool. Thomes
& Knowles, 5,000; Cutting Packing Co.
3,000; "Wm. Hume, 7,500; Hapgood & Co..
3.000; Anglo-American. 2,000: J. W. & V.
Cook, 2,000; Scandinavian P'kg Co., 3,000;
Columbia Canning Co., 1,500; Fishermen's
Pk'g Co., 1,500: Jas. Williams, V500; Geo.
T. Mvers, 1500; Aberdeen Co., 1,745: I X
L, 1,250; Pt Adams, 1,250; West Coast,
1,220; G, W. Hume, 625; Jos. Hume, 7,700;
Astoria Pk'g Co., 500. A. Booth & Co,,
3,000. Total 48.820.
Dissolution of Partnership.
'milE FIRM OF STONE & DAVIDSON IS
Pl this day dissolved by mutual consent.
-C. W. Stone will conduct the business In fu
ture, and collect all accounts and pay all
tfebts of the lateflrm.
Vd-7t J. A DAVIDSON.
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2 9 55 C 0 9 11$ 79 3 43 0-0 3 10
3 10 58 64 10 00 82 4 43 -01 4 03
4 II 51a C-8 10 55 85 5 41 -04 5 03
5 0 Sbp 7 2 11 42 87 C 29 -06' 5 57
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7 0 25a 87 1 40 81 7 4i -07 7 31
8 105 8C 2 17 IS 4 8 13 -0'C S 16
9 144 8'S 2 4CI85 8 42 03 8 57
10 2 26 7 9 3 12 85 9 10 00 9 42
11 3 17 74 3 42 8-3 C 39 0'C 10 .
12 4 18 6-iJ 4 20 80 10 16 14 11 20
13 5 20 04 5 13 7'8 11 01 2 - -
14 C 39 5-9 C 17 7C O 27 05 0 01
15 7 50 r7 7 24 7 C 1 30 03 1 08
10 9 13 5-8 8 34 77 2 48 0'1 2 21
17 10 20 0-2 9 40 7-9 4 01 0-0 3 37
18 11 31a 07 10 42 8H 5 12 -02 4 43
19 0 2Sp 73 11 37 8Vj C IS -04 5 54
20 - - - - 1 04 7-8 7 09 -0-5 C 52
21 0 28 8 0 1 37 8'3 7 40 -0- 7 39
22 1 12 8-4 2 00 67 8 09 -04 8 24
23 1 52 SI 2 24 fi'8 8 32 -0'1 9 05
24 2 3577 3 CO 8S 9 01 0'3 9 48
25 3 21 7'2 3 27 85 9 31 10 10 33
26 4 20 67 4 03 8"2 10 00 PC 11 23p
27 5 19 03 4 49 79 11 48 2'2 - -
28 6 17 -"9 5 41 77 0 10 0 2 11 35a
29 7 21 5 8 C 37 7-5 1 05 0 2 0 2'tp
So 8 17 58 7 3J 7-5 2 CO 02 122
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United States Senators j J- Dnlph
Representative) In Congress .M C. George
... z. F. Moody
t;nernor'8 S-creiary ..
-ecrrtaiv uf siri-
Assistant errrt.uy .....
State Treasurer .
up't Public IiLstructlon...
.CliH-s. n. Mores
IL I, rarhart
A. F. Wheeler
K B. McKlro.x
.W. H. Byars
E. P. McCornnc
Clf rk School Land Board
Sup't Insane Asylum-. ....Di. H. Carpenter
Sup't Penitentiary ...... !eo. Collin-
(W. F. Lord
Supreme Judges .. -J. B. Waldo
District Judceb :
First District L, It. Webster
Second District . Robert Bean
Third District R. P. Boise
Fourth District Seneca Smith
Filth District F. J. Taylor
Sixth District M. L Olmsteid
Clatscp County Officers:
O A McGuIre
W. G. Eos
1 D. K. Wurren
"1 Jno. Ilobson
1. F. Warren
-. (i. F. Parker
I. E. Hieuln
Astoria City Officers:
Mavor . . -. J. W. Hume
Auditor and Clerk T. S. Jewel!
Treasurer. ..... J. G. Hustler
Assessor. , -. Geo. P. Wheeler
Street Superintendent Thos. Logan
Chief of Police. . .Clark Loughrey
-C. H. Stockton
:c. II. Cooper
A. A. CleveHnd
G. G. Smith
1 1. W. Case
Temple liochje, Ho. 7A.F.A.M.
first and third Tuesdays in eachVV
montli.at 7K o'clock, p. a., at the'vN
Hall in Astoria. Members of the order in
good standing are Invited to attend.,
By order of the
Bearer Lode No. 35. L O. O. F.
REGULAR MEETING EV
ery Thursday evening at
seven o'clock, at the Lodcre
room in Odd Fellow sllall. Asto
ria. Solournlng members of the order in
good standing, cordially Invited to at tend.
By order X. G.
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O. F.
KEGULAR MEETINGS OF OCEAN EN
campment No. 13. I. o. O. F., at the
Lodge, in the Odd Fellows Building, at
seven p. m., on the second and fourth
Mondays of each month, Sojourning breth
len coidlally invited.
By order c P.
Seaside Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W. will be held
in Pythian Hall on Friday evening of each
week, at 7 o'clock p. ar. Members of the
order In good standing, and visiting Broth
ers are invited to atteud. Library will be
open fifteen mluutes before and after each
meeting. By order M.W.
C. BROWN, Rec
Astoria Lodge No. 40. L O. Q.I.
REGULAR MEETING EVERY MON
day evening at 7 :S0 o'clock, in the Hall
over Mr. Case's store. Members of the Or
der, in good standing, aae int ited to attend.
By order w. 0. T.
American Logion of Honor.
XJEGULAR MEETING OF ASTORIA
. uoiincii no. ioy is Held on the first and
third Tuesday of each month, at 7 o'clock p.
m. By order of the Council Commander.
Occident Council No. 5. 0. C. F.
MEETS EVERY FIRST AND THIRD
Monday evenlncs of each month, at 8
o'clock P. M. Members of the order are
respectfully requested to attend.
C. BROWN, Recorder.
Cushlngr Post No. 14, G. A. R.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS POST
on the second and fourth Tuesdays of
each month at 7:30 p. at. Visiting com
rades cordially Invited. By older
Pacific Lodge No. 17, K. of P.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS
Lodge every Friday evening, at 7:30
o'clock, in their Castle Hall. Sojourning
Knights cordially Invited to attend.
GEO. P. WHEELER,
K-ofB, aud S.
Astor Lodge No. 6. K. of P.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS
-' Lodcre everv Wednesday erfinintr. nt
7 :30 o'clock, at their lodge room. In P3 thlan
uasue. sojourning Knights cordially Invit
ed to attend. W. I ROBB.
K. of R. and S.
Astoria Division No. One, Uniform
Bank, K. of P.
REGULAR MEETING ON THE SECOND
and fourth Thursdays of each month in
their armorv Hall, in Pythian Castle, at
eight p. m. Regular drill on the first and
third Thursdays of each month, at Main
street wharf, at eight p. ar. Sojourning
Sir Knights cordially Invited to attend
meotings and drills.
GEO. P. WHEELER.
Astoria Working-men's Protective
REGULAR MEETINGS OF TniS LODGE
every Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock,
at their Lodge room, over Carnahan & Co.'s
store, corner of Cass and Chenamus streets.
F. F. BLINN, J. C. ROSS,
REGULAR MEETINGS, SECOND AND
fourth Tuesday evenings of eaoh month
at "Vi o'clock.
yFersons desiring to havo matters acted
upon by the Council, at any regular meet
ing must present the same to the Auditor
and Clerk, on or before tho Friday e enlng
prior to the Tuesday on which the Council
holds its regular meeting.
Auditor and Clerk.
Grace Church Holy Communion
first Sunday of eTery month. Sunday
services at 11 a. m., and 7 :30 p. m. Friday
afternoon sen-Ice at 4 o'clock. Rev. if.
D. Wilson, Rector.
First Presbyterian CnuRcn Ser
vices atll a. m. and 7 p. m. Wednes
day evening prayer meeting at 7
o'clock. Rev. J.T. Milligan, Pastor.
Conoreoatiokai. Church Services
a x - 5S and 7 p- m. Rev. Sam'l
Roman Catholic Church Services
at 10 :30 a.m. Rev.l.. Dielman, Pastor
M. E. Church Services at U a m
and 7 v. t. Lecture and Prayer Meet-'
ing, Wednesday, at 7 p. m. Rev. Wm
Baptist CnuRcn. Services each
Lord's Day at 11 a. il, and 7 r. m
Prayer Meeting on Wednesday, at 7
p. a. Rev. Winfibld Scott, pastoral
Washington Street Improvement.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of Astoria
propose to order tho improvement of
thatoortion of Washington Street in
Lthe city of Astoria, Clatsop County, Or
egon as jam out anu recoraeu oy jonn
Mc Clure from the south side of Eighth
street to thejsouth side of Squemoqua
street by grading the same to its full
width to the established grade as es
tablished by ordinance No. 643 of the
city of Astoria.
And unless a remonstrance signed
bj' the owners of two thirds of the
property fronting on the said
portion ot said street be filed
with the Auditor aud Clerk within ten
days of the final publication of this no
tice viz: Monday September 8, 1884, the
Common Council will order said im
provement to be made.
By order of the Common Council.
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria, August 15, 1884.
INF lYTILE and Birth Humors, Milk Crust
Scalled Head, Eczemas, and every form
of Itching. Scaly, Pimply, Scrofulous and In
herited Diseases of the Blood, Skin and
Scalp, with Ios of Hair, from Infancy to Age
cured by the CuTicuRA Resolvent, tne
new blood purifier. Internally, and Cuticu
BA and Cuticura Soap, the great skin
cures, externally. Absolutely pure anil cafe
and mau be used f rem the moment of btrth.
"OUR LITTLE BOY."
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stebbins, Belcher
towii, Mass. write: "Our little boy was ter
ribly afflicted with Scrofula. Salt Rheum
and Erysipelas ever since lie was born, and
nothing we could give him helped him until
we tried Cuticura Remedies, which grad
ually cured him, until now he Is as fjlr as
"WORKS TO A CHARM."
MS. Weeks, Esq.. Town Treasurer, St. Al
bans Vt. says In a letter dated Mav 23 : "It
woikstoa charm on my baby's face and
head. Cured the head entirely and has near
ly cleaned the face of sores. I have recom
mended it to several, and Dr. Plant has or
dered it for them."
"A TERRIBLE CASE,"
Charles Eayrc 11 Inkle, Jersey City Hcghts,
N. J., wTites : "My son, a lad of t w el vc cars
was completely cured of a terrible cae or
Eczema bv the Cuticura Remedies. From
the top of his 1'ead to the soles of his feet
was one mass of scabs." Every other rem
edy and phjslclans had been tried in vain.
FOR PALE, LANGUID,
Emaciated children, with pimply, sallow
skin, the Cuticup.a Remedies will proe a
perfect blessing, cleansing the blood and
skin of Inherited impurtties and expelling
the germs of scrofula, rheumatism, con
sumption and severe skin diseases.
Sold everywhere. Price: Cuticura. to
cents ; Rrsolvett, Sl.oo : Soap. 25 cents
Potter Diico axd Chemical Co., Boston
Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases".
Ti A TV Usp CHtlcurn Soap, an ex-JLJi-LJS.
qulslteiy perfumed Skin
BrautlSer, and Toilet. Bath, and Nutsery
SANFQRD'S RADICAL CURE
Complete Treatment with Inhaler
for One Dollar.
11HE Great Balsamic DIs
.tillation of Witch Hazel,
American Pine, Canada Fir,
Marigold, Clover Blossoms,
etc, called ?anrord'H JJnil
ical Cure, for the immedi
ate relief and permanent
cure of every form of Catarrh
from a simple Cold In the
Head to Loss of Smell. Taste
and Hearing. Cough and Ca
tarrhal Consumption. Com
plete treatment, consisting
of one bottle Radical Cure,
ono box Catarrhal Solvent
aud one Improved Inhaler.
In one package, may now be had of all
Drugeists for 31.00. Ask for SANFORD'S
-The only absolute specific we know oL"
Med. limes. "The best wo hac found in
a lifetime of suffering." Rev. Dr. Wiagln,
Boston. "After a long struggle w ith Catarrh
the Radical Cuke has conquered."--Hev.
S. W. Monroe. LewMturgh, Pa. " I have
not found a case that It did not relieve at
once." Andrew Lee. Manchester, Mas.
cw 1 ire ror Shat
tered Nerves. Painful
Muscles and Weakened
Organs.Col! Ins' Vol
taic Electric Plas
ter Instantly affects
banishes pain, nervous
ness and debility. A
f lre perfect Uectro.G.i
TACTCROwnlc Bnltery cei:
-0 I Wx MncdMlibn high
medicinal Flutter for 25c. All druggists
Mala Street, - Astoria, Oregon.
KESPECTFOLLY CALL THE ATTEN
Hon of the public to tho fact that the
above Market will always be supplied w ith a
FULL VARIETY -AND BEST QUALITV
FRESH AND CURED MEATS I I
Which will be sold at lowest rates, whole
sale and retail.
"Special attention given to suppljing
WYATT & THOMPSON.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS,
Crockery and Glassware.
3U1 :Fca., 33tC,
WHERRY & COMPANY,
Fresh and Cured Meats,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL,
CHK2VTA1IUS Street. Astoria,
Hotel and Restaurant Keepers,
Leinenweber & Co.,
TAMERS AM CUBRBIE&
Manufacturers and Importers of
all kinds of
LEATHER AND HHDING8.
Wholesale Dealers la
OIL AND TALLOW.
iwrHlghest cash price paid for Hides and
An Ancient Anecdote That is Too Good
to he Retired.
At a station on a western road a
passenger boarded the. train having
among other light parcels a box about
two feet square perforated Avith holts
as if to afford air lo some small ani
mal -which it contained. The curios
ity of a fellow passenger was at once
escited to know what sort 01 an ani
mal it was.
"Got a badger there?" said ho.
"Perhaps a coouf '
"Oh, mavbe a ferret?"
"Nor a fox?"
"Well. then, mav I ask what kind
of an animal it is?'
"Oh. ves: there's no seoret about
it: it's a moncoose.'
"'Urn a monsoose! Well, that's
an animal I never heard of before.
Pray, what is a mongooso?"
"Whv. a moniroose is a well, you
know when a man has the delirium
tremens he sees all sorts of snakes
"Yes, I've heard so."
"Well, a mongoose is an animal
that lives on those things just eats
"Is that so?" said the inquirer.
"Well, that is funnv:" and he sub
sided for a moment, apparently satis
fied with the explanation.
Suddenly a thought seemed to
strike him. "But," said he, "the
snakes and lizards that a man sees
when he has the delirium tremens
ain't real snakes and lizards?"
"Of course not," returned the other,
unabashed, " and this ain't a real
Woman's Rights in China.
The question of woman's rights in
China seems to turn entirely on their
ability to assert them, tho Chinese
woman being less self-assertive than
her Western world sister. Now and
then, however, she does stand upon
her rights and comes off victorious.
A citizen of Foochow finding his
wife unfaithful, prepared to kill her
a course which the law sanctions in
China. But his wife was too quick for
him and instead of allowing herself to
be killed by her husband she killed
him. This is a right of a woman recog
nized by the court whenever she suc
ceeds in exercising it. The Foochow
woman was therefore dismissed, but
received a reprimand for not having
immediately informed the authorities
that her husband was ready for
burial, in order that they might have
had him interred beforo tho body
became a nuisance in tho neighbor
hood. PILES! PILES! PILES!
A SURE CURE F0U3D AT LAST!
NO ONE NEED SUFFER.
A sure cure for Blind, Bleeding'
Itching and Ulcerated Piles has been
discovered by Dr. Williams (an Indi
an Bemedy,) called Dr. William's In
dian Pilo Ointment. A singlo box has
cured tho worst chronic cases of 25
or 30 years standing. No ono need
suffer five minutes after applying this
wonderful soothing medicine. Lotions
instruments and electuaries do more
harm than good. William's Indian
Pile Ointment absorbs the tumors,
allays the intense itching, (particular
ly at night after getting warm in bed,)
acts as a poultice, gives instant relief.
and is prepared only for Piles, itching
of the private parts, and for nothing
Bead what tho Hon. J. M. Coffinber
ry of Cleveland says about Dr. Wil
liam's Indian Pile Ointment: I havo
used scores of Pile Cures, and it af
fords me pleasure to say that I have
never found anything which gavo
such immediate and permanent relief
as Dr. William's Indian Ointment.
Hon. Judge W. P. Coons, Maysville,
Ky., says: "I have suffered for years
with itching piles, and havo used
many remedies. I havo used Dr. Wil
liam's Indian Pile Ointment and been
cured while every other remedy has
failed." For salo by all druggists and
mailed on receipt of price, 1.00.
FBAZLER MEDICINE CO., Proprie
tors, Cleveland, O.
Financially and social! j arc largely due
to his excellent health. If his system
were clogged and feverish, no doubt he
would fail as so many others do. But
why not enjoy good health when one
can please the palate at the same time ?
Svrup of Figs is not only pleasant to
the taste, it also cleanses the system
thoroughly, yet painlessly; It is harm
less in it3 nature, and strengthens the
organs on which it acts so that regular
haDits may be formed, and the sufferer
permanently restored to health and
happiness. Sample bottles free and
large bottles for sale by W. E. Dement
YOBXG 3IEX !-KEAI THIS.
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Mich., offer to send their celebrated Elec-Tito-VOLTAic
Belt and other Electric
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BOATS AND TENTS
h5 63 iJ 3 W
3 -. r
. en o
o n. -
p 2 S
FLAGS, ETC., ETC.
H. B. PARKER
Hay, Oats, and Straw,
Brick. Cement, and Sand.
Wood Oeiivered to Order.
Draymg, Teaming, and Express Business
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Tills i-owder never varies. A niartrl of
purity, strength ai.d whole-voineness. More
economical thtn the ordinary kinds, and
-ani'Ot bessU incomppJitionwit'i the mul
titude ot low test sfiort eight, alum or
phosph.it' I'owdprs. Sold on1 in cans. Rov
l Hakiko Powdeu Co.. loc U'ah-st. N. Y.
No. 4 to 25
Smokers ot Bbckwell'a Genuine
Bell Durham SmoldngTobscco will
receive- Premiums aa follows on
terms and conditions hero specified:
1st PREMIUM. iBfiflftft
2d " $2,000
3d " $1,000
23 other Premiums aa here shown.
The 25 premiums will bo awarded
December 22. JS&L 1st Premium
goes to the person from whom we re
cclvo the largest number of our empty
tobacco bags prior lo Dee. 15. 2d will
bo Riven for the next largest number
and thus. In tho order of the number
of empty bags received from each,
to the twenty-flve successful con
testants. Each bag- must bear our
original Bull Durham label, U. S.
Revenue stamp, and Caution Notice.
Ba?s must be done up securely in a
package, with name and address of
sender, and number of bass contaln-
,ed. plainly marked on the outside.
ana must bo sent, charges prepaid, to
Blackvrcll'a Durham Tobacco
Co.,DnBnvir.N.C. Every jrenuina
package has picture of BulL
See our nest announcement.
TJnion India Rubber Co.'s
Pure Para Gum
BEWARE OF MUTATIONS !
lie snro the hoots are stamped CRACK
PROOF on the heels, and Iiae tho PURE
CUM SPRINGS on the foot and instep,
wl ich prevent their cracking or breaking
AVo are now making them with RUBBER
AND ASBESTOS Soles whicli will make
them List more than twice an long as any
Kubiier hoots made.
KOIt SALE BY ALL DCALEK3.
ALL KINDS IIUISBEK BELTING, PACK
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"TUSTICE'S COURT FOR TIIE PRECINCT
J of Astoria, State of Oregon, County of
Martin Foaid and F. R. Stokes, partners
doing business under the firm name of Foard
& Stokes Plaintiffs vs. Herman Kucki, de
fendant. Civil action forj the recovery of
To Herman Kucki, the above named De
fendant : In the name of the State of Ore
gon : You are required to appear before
the undersigned, a Justice of the Peace for
the Precinct aforesaid, on the 19th day ot
September, 1881, at 10 o'clock In tho fore
noon of said day, at the office of said Jus
tice, In said Precinct, to answer theaboie
named Plaintiffs in a civil action.
The Defendant will take notice that if he
fails to answer the complaint herein, the
Plaintiff will take judgment against you for
the sum of 141.50 and costs and disburse
ments of this action.
Service by Publication of thh summons is
Glveu under my hand this 7th day of Au
Justice of the Peace
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF OREGON,
f"r Clatsop county.
in me maiier oi me assignment or the
Union Packing Company.
Notice Is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed assignee of the
estate or the Union Packing Company, in
solvent debtors, of the citv of Astoria. Clat
sop county, Oregon.
aii ciaims against saiu estate must he
presented to me, duly erlfled, within three
niontlis from this date, at my office, in the
city or Astoria, Clatsop county. Oregon.
C. II. PAGE,
Assignee of the Estate
Union Packing Co.
Dated Aug. 1, 1834. 5-7W
Dissolution of Co-partnership.
N" OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
co-partnership heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned, under the firm name
of Ullin & Soderlund, is by mutual consent
dissolved, John Ullln retiring, and E. Soder
lund to conduct the business of said firm and
pay all Indebtedness of, and collect all ac
counts due said firm, and assume all the
Astoria, Oregon, August 4, 18S4.
PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THE
Probate Court of Clatoop County, Oregon
made on the 2lst day of July, 1884, the un
dersigned administrator of the estate of
Thomas Savage, deceased, will, on the 27th
day of August. 1884, at the hour of 10 o'clock
A.ar., at the Court House door in Astoria,
Oregon, offer atpublic auction and sell to the
highest bidder for cash in hand, the following
described real property belonging to said
estate to-wit: the North East quarter or
Section twenty-eight JJn Township eight
(8) N. of Range eight (8) W. of the Willam
ette Meridian in the State of Oregon, con
taining 1C0 acres,
B. B. FRANKLIN.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned have been appointed exec
utrix and executors of the last will and tes
tament of Adam Van Dusen deceased. All
persons havincr claims against the estate of
said Adam Van Dusen, deceased, are here
by notified to present the same duly veri
fied to us at the store of A. Van Dusen & Co.
at Astoria, Oregon, within six months from
th data hereof : and all persons indebted
to said estate are notified to pay such in
debtedness to us at the same place forth-
Wlth" CAROLINE VAN DUSEN,
BRENHAM VAN DUSEN.
HUSTLER G. VAN DUSEN.
Astoria, Owgon, July 2?, lf. d-4w
Notice to Whom It May Concirn.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed Administrator of the estaU
of John Huhtala deceased, all pe
having claims against said estate are nereb
requested topresent such claims dulyverine
within six months of the date of tbinotIce.
at my residence in Upper Astoria, CJatsop
Astoria. July 23. 18S4. '
Notice to Whom It May Concern..
rilHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
X appointed administrator of the estate of
John Hume deceased, all persons havlne;
claims against said estate are hereby re
quested to present such claims duly verified,
within six months from the date of this no
tice, at my offlco In "William Hume'a cannery.
In the city of Astoria, Clatsop County, Ore
gon. J.W." HUME.
Astoria. July 9th. 1884. d-fiw
City Treasurer's Notice.
THE Tax-list of the City of Astoria,
Clatsop County, Oregon, is now in say
hands for collection, and will remain
with mo for Thirty days. All parties
interested please take notice.
r J. G. HtTSTLEE.
Astoria, July 17, 1884.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE
of Oregon for Clatsop County.
In the matter of the assignment of Jordan
Notice Is hereby given that the undersign
ed has been appointed assignee of the estata
of Jordan and Bozorth. Insolvent debtors of
the City of Astoria, Clatsop County, Stat
All claims against said estate must ba
presented tome under oath within tare
months after this notice, at my office In the
City of Astoria, Clatsop County, Oreeoa.
Assignee of the estate of
Jordan and Bozorth, insolvent debtors.
July 14, 1884. d-td
Notice of Assignment.
CIRCUIT COURT, CLATSOP COUNTY
In the matter of the Estate of McCurtle
and Holt, Insolvent debtors : Assignee's
notice of appointment. To whom It may
cencern: The undersigned hereto gives
notice pf his appointment as assiinee
of the estate of McCurtie and Holt, la
solvent debtors of Astoria, Clatsop Ceanty,
All claims against said estate must J
presented to me at my place of business la
said city, duly verified as by law required,
within threa months from tha data of this
J. E. THOMAS,
Assignee of tha Estata ot
McCurtie & Holt, insolvent debtors
July 7, 1834, dS-rr
Equalization of Assessment.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
the last Monday in August. 1884, the Sth
Inst., the board ot equalization of Clatsop
County, will attend at the office of the coua
tv clerk, in said countv. and nubllclv exaai-
ty clerk, in said county, and publicly exaai-
Ine the assessment roll for the purpose of
correcting any errors therein In the Yalaa-
tion. description or quality of lands, lots, or
other property, at whclh time and.phvee all
persons interested mayapneanAiuiBiff
Astoria, August 3, 1884.
Notice to Taxpayers.
ALL PERSONS WISHING A COBRBCT
representation of their taxable proper
ty on the county assessment roll should
hand in their statements immediately, as
the assessor, J. F. Warren Esq. la now cosa
pleting the roll, at the court house, or
while the circuit court is In session at tha
office of W. W. Parker Deputy ajweawr, oa
Chenamus streat, naar Baatoa street.