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.AUGUST 24, 18S4
PORT OF ASTORIA.
A RR1 VALS FROM SKA
Urisedale, Brep Livorpool. August 23
VESSELS IN THE RIVER.
Alden Besse, Am bk MtW&Bhincton, Am sp
Belle of Oregon, Am bk Coloma.
Kirkwond. Br sp Alameda. Am sp
Natesint, Am bk City of York.
Largo Law. Br sp
VESSELS ON THE WAY.
From Forefcn Ports, for the
Amsna. 1S!9 Glasgow May 30
Abeona, Br sd Glasgow May 23
Alpbeta. Br bk London Mar 21
Bnttenia, Gerbk Liverpool June 26
Banea. Br bk 1000 Glasgow
Cwin Donkin. Br bk 571 Valparaiso
City of Athens, Br sp 1199 Newcastle
Co. of Merioneth, Br bk 10C5 River Plate
Cochrina, 939 Montevideo
Doiford, Br bk CS2 Valparaiso
asterhill. Br bk 8S0 Brisbane
Gynedd, Br bk 1053 Montevideo
Glenshec. BrbkSU Valparaiso
Golden Gate. Br bk E9 Callao
Cyprus, lfbl Rio Janeiro May 33
Jupiter. Br bk Liverpool April 15
Janet McNeil, S93 Liverpool
Kate F, Troop. Br bk 1006 Rio May 21
Kincardinshire Br bk Glasgow Aug 10
Lord Kicnaird. Br bk Callao July 31
Mary A Troop, Rio Janeiro Jnly S
Mary Blondell, Br bk B22 Valparaiso
Ophelia. JlSl Liverpool May 30
Osaka. Br bk 527 Callao
Prince Umberto, Brbk 1400 Rio June IS
Qneen of Cambria, SG Valparaiso
Scottish Chiof, Br bk G53 Callao
Varuca. Br bk 1.71 Liverpool, Ma 17
V H Bessc. Am bk Newcastle July 10
VVerra, Gor bk Liverpool May 7
From American Porta.
Agnes Sutherland, Br sp San Francisco Cat
C. S. UulLert Am bk New V ork July 2fi
C S Bemcnt. Am sp 1900 Philadelphia April Sa
Chesebrouph. 1507 Philadelphia July 4
George V. Manson. Am sp 1413 San Pedro
V. 11. Starbuck. Am sp 1J72 San Trancisco
TIIK TA1SLK FOU ASTOKIA
Second. I First. Second.
1 8.rla.VS 8 23;j7-7 2 41a 03 2 12p
2 9 53 CO 9 hi 7-9 3 43 00 3 10
3 10 58 G-4 10 OC 8"2 4 43 -01 1 03
4 11 Ma 6 8 10 55 S"5 5 41 -04 5 03
5 0 STp 7 2 11 42 S7 C 29 -015 o 57
C - - - - 1 14 7-7 7 03 -0-7 C 4(5
7 0 2'w S-7 1 4ti 8-1 7 43 -07 7 31
8 105 80 2 17 S-4 8 13 -00 S 10
fl 1 44 8VJ 2 85 S 42 0" 8 57
10 2 2(5 7 9 3 12 85 9 10 00 9 42
11 3 17 7-4 3 42 8"3 C 39 OX 10 30
12 4 18 C'9 4 20 8'0 10 1(5 1M 11 2G
13 5 2G 0-4 5 13 78 1101 20 --
14 C 39 5-9 0 17 7C 0 27 05 0 01
15 7 5G V7 7 24 7 C 1 .'50 0'3 1 03
1G 9 13 5-S 8 31 77 2 48 0'1 2 21
17 10 2G G-2 9 40 71) 4 01 0 0 3 37
18 11 31o G7 10 42 SU 5 12 -02 4 48
19 0 2.ip 7i 11 37 S) C, 18 -04 5 54
20 - - - - 1 01 7'8 7 09 -0-5 G 52
21 0 28 8-G 1 37 S1 7 4G -015 7 39
22 1 12 b'4 2 0 .V7 8 09 -0'4 8 24
23 1 ."2 8-1 2 34 V8 8 32 -01 9 05
24 2 35 77 3 10 8 S 9 01 03 9 48
25 8 21 7-2 3 27 I8V 9 31 ID10 35
2(5 4 20 (57 4 03 8"2 10 OS VG 11 23j
27 5 19 G-3 1 4") 7-9 11 4S 22 - -
28 G 17 i"9 5 41 7 7 0 1G 0'2 11 35a
29 7 21 5 8 G 37 75 1 05 0 2 0 2Sp
30 8 17 58 7 35 75 2 CO 02 1 22
31 9 17 (i'O S 3Tp 7-0 2 59a O'l 2 27p
The hours between miduight and noon arc
designated by a (a. m.), those between noon
and midnight by v IP- m.). oft. 00m a denotes
midnight, oft. OOw. v denotes noon.
The helglit is reckoned from the level of
average lowerlou waters to which thesound
Ines are given on the Coast Survey charts.
Columbia River Exports.
Wheat, 350 G75 bus S3C7.27G
Flour, 85 .290 bbls 422,060
Total 10 caigoes S789,912
Wheat. 314,113 bus S313.9G2
Flour, 49 G09 bbls .. .. 221,097
Salmon, 401 cs 2.003
Lumber, GOO M 7,000
Total, 9 cargoes $544.GG4
Flour, 32,493 bbls ?150,714
Wheat, 223,054 bus 201.54G
Total, 5 cargoes S355.2C0
Wlieat, 110.527 bus ..$93,234
Flour. 47.209 bbls 5214,359
Wheat, 150.GG1 bus 13C.2IS
Salmon, 53 SCG c. 270.918
Total, 7 caigoes SG21,495
"Wheat. G5.945 bus .. $ 53,850
Salmon, 58.C03 cs 29G.515
Total, 8 cargoes $3jOf3G5
a To Liverpool per City of Delhi.
Salmon, 48,820 as .T. $241,040
"Wheat, 7,eoo has 7,tlo
5 To Panama pcrJEolits.
Lumber, 371,022 ft $5.150
TUG BOAT CIIAIUJKS,
Following is the .schedule of prices for
towage n aim out over me uouuuuia liar :
For vesBeLs not . Inward , Outward.
exceeding leaded. Ballast.
800 tons...$150 S150 150
8C9 to 1000 tons... 200 175 175
1000 to 1200 tons... 223 200 200
1200 to 1400 tons... 275 225 250
14O0 to 1600 tons... 300 250 300
BOATS AND TENTS
! 3 :J. ? 3 gw
S .Er to O O o
o-o2L 0 ST 5
m .p C s tiT e
J r & S 2 ?02
S c n n: 5 o g t-$ 5
k CO N O S
a - o i 3 - o
? ? S
FLAGS, ETC, ETC.
PAINTINGAND PAPER HAHGING
AT THE OLD STAND.
United States Senators ;Sph
Kei)resentative In Congress .LC. George
Governor. .... . Z. F. Moody
Governor's Secretary.......Chas. B. Moorcs
Secretary of State It. P. Earhart
Assistant Secretarj- . F. E. Ilodgkin
State Treasurer .. Ed. Hfech
Assistant Treasurer A- F. wheeler
Sup't Public Instruction E. B. McElroy
State Printer. "W. 1L Byare
Clerk School Land Board E, P. McCornac
sup't Insane Asylum.. . .Dr. H. Carpenter
Sup't Penltentlarj". i'. Collins
V. Y. Lord
Supreme Judges. -J. B. "Waldo
District Judges :
First District L. R. Webster
Second District itobett Bean
Third District K. P. Boise
Fourth District Seneca Smith
Fifth District F. J. Talor
smn Distncr ai. u uimsteaa
Clatscp County Ofllcera:
Judge C A McGuIre
Cleric... . c. .1. Trenchard
Sherift V. G. Boss
Commissioners. i V-i 11-"
Assessor .1. F. Wnrren
Treasurer..... ........Isaac Bergman
Surveyor. G. F. Parker
School Sup't J. E. Higirlns
uoroner. ... . ........ ,i.; l nos-
Astoria City Officers:
Mavor .1. W. Hmm
Auditor and Clerk T. s. .Inwctt
Treasurer..-. ..r. c. Hustler
Assessor. Geo. P. Wheeler
street superintendent Thos. Logan
Chief of Police Clark Loughrey
Police Judge C. II. Stockton
Sexton M. Conlev
(C. H. Cooper
First Ward 1 A. A. Clcvel-md
( G. G. Smith
J. w. case
Temple Lodge, Mo. 7A.F.A.M.
REGULAR COMMUNICATIONS B
first and third Tuesdays In eachVy
month, at 7H o'clock, r. i., at theV
Hall In Astoria. Members of the order in
good standing are Invited to attend..
By order of the W. M
Bearer Lodge No. 35. L O. O. P.
REGULAR MEETING EY- aiaa,
ery Thursday evening at-ijjjfc
seven o'clock, at the Ix)dge25S
room in Odd Fellows Hall. Asio- -M
ria. Sojpurnlng members of the order In
gooa stanaing, coraiauy lnviieutoaitctiu
By order N. G.
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O. P.
DEGULAR MEETINGS OF OCEAN EN
JLj camment No. 13. I. O. O. F., at the
Lodge, In the Odd Fellows Building, at
seven r. m.. on the second and fourth
Mondays of each month. Sojourning bieth-
len coruiauy invitca.
By order C P.
Seaside Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. "W.
TAEGULAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
Afc Lodge 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 are invited to attend. Library will be
open mtecn minutes before and after each
meeting. By order M. w.
C BROWN, Bee
Astoria Lodge JNo. 40, L O. G.I.
TEGULAll MKETTXfJ CTRIiV MOV
J day evenlncrat7t30o'cloek. in tlii- I !- it
nvi;i itu. iise asre. iuemoersni ine vr
der, in good standing, aie invited to attend.
iy oruer w. U. 1.
American Legion of Honor.
REGULAR MEETING OF ASTORIA
Council No. 995 is held on the first ami
third Tuesday of each month, at 7 o'clock v.
M. By order of the Council Commander.
It. V.MONTEITH. Sec'ty.
Occident Council No. 5. 0. C. P.
TITEETS EVERY FIRST ANT) THfltn
XTJL Monday evenings of each mouth, at 8
ociock ir. jji. iMemoers oi tne order are
iesiectfully requested to attend.
C. BROWN, Recorder.
Cusning Post No. 14, G. A R.
TDEGUIJi.R MEETINGS OF THIS POST
S on the second and fourth Tuesdnvs of
eacn montn at 7 0 v. sr. Visiting com
rades cordially invited. By order
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
miliums coruiauy inviieu to attend.
K.ofR. and S.
Astor Lodge No. 6. K. of P.
EGUIJIR MEETINGS OF THIS
ed to attend.
W. 1 ROI3B.
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
tneir armory Hall. In Pythian Castle, at
eight i. m. Regular drill on the first and
third Thursdays of each month, at Main
street wharf, at eight r. m. Sojourning
sir ivniglits cordially Invited to attend
meetings anu uruis.
GEO. P. WHEELER.
Astoria Worklngmen's Protective
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS LODGE
every Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock,
at their Lodge room, over Carnahan & Co.'s
btore. corner ot cass and cnenamus streets.
F. F. BLINK, J. C. ROSS,
"REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND
jli lourtniuesaay evenings ot eaon month
!t 1X.L flVlnplr.
as"lersons desiring to have matters acted
upon by tlw 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.
Auditor and Clerk.
GnAUE Cnrjncn Holj' Communlou
first Sunday of every month. Sunday
services at 11 A. m., and 7:30 p. m. Friday
afternoon service at 4 o'clock. Roy. hi.
D. Wilson, Rector.
Fibst Presbytkrian Cnur.cii Ser
vices at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Wednes
day evening prayer meeting at 7
o ciock. licv. j. v . M.inigan, rastor.
CoxouEaATiONAL Ciruncn Sendees
at 11 a. ir. and 7 p. m. Kev. Sam'l
RojrAN Catholic Chubcii Senicea
atio0A.M. Kev. It. Dielmau, Pastor
M. E. CnuBcn Services at n a. m,
and 7 p. t. Lecture andPravurMpp.t-
ing, Wednesday, at T p. m. Kev. Wm,
Baptist Cmmcir. Seryiees enoh
Lord's Day at 11 A. M., and 7 p. m.
Prayer Meeting on Wednesday, at 7
p. M. Rev. Winfifcld Scott, pastoral
Washington Street Improvement.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of Astoria
propose to order the improvement of
that portion of Washington Street in
the city of Astoria, Clatsop Countj. Or
egon as laid out and recorded by John
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. 043 of the
city of Astoria.
And unless a remonstrance signed
by tho 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 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, 1864.
MalnMrcct, - Aslorln, Oicson.
DERG.1IA.N ct BEKUT, PUOPBIETOCS.
RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN-
x.t( tion or tne public to the fact that the
above Market will always be supplied with a
FULL VARIETY AND BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS I !
Which will be sold at lowest rates, whole
sale and retail.
-Special attention given to supnUing
WYATT & THOMPSON.
FRESH AND CUREO MEATS,
Crockery and Glassware.
WHERRY & COKPAOT,
Fresh and Cured Meats,
"XT o &e tafoles ,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL.
CIIKYAMUS Street. Astoria, le
Hotel and Restaurant Keepers,
C. LEIX KKWKHKR,
Leinenweber & Co.,
ASTORIA. - - - OREGON
TAMERS AND CURRRIES,
Manufacturers and Imj oners of
all kinds of
LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
Wholesale Dealers In
OIL AND TALLOW.
e'IUghest cash price paid for Hides and
HEAVY AND SHELF
Paints, Oils, and Varnish.
Salem Flouring Mills,
Portland Roller Mills,
Capital Flour and
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Lumber, Salmon Trays,
OFFICE ANI MILL, CORNER SALMON
AND CEDAR STREETS,
GERMANIA BEER HALL
BOTTLED BEER DEPOT,
ClienamiLS Street, Astoria.
The Best of Lager 5 Cts. a Glass.
Orders for tile Celebrated
Columbia Brewery Beer
Left at tliis place will be promptly
No cheap San Francisco Beer sold at
Wm. BOCK, rroprietor.
Hay, Oats, and Straw,
Brick. Cement, and Sand.
Wood Delivered to Order.
Draying, Teaming, and Express Business
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
The Gem Saloon.
The Popular Resort for Astorians.
Finest of Wines and Liquors
Go to THE GEM SALOON.
ALEX. CAMPBELL, - - PROPRIETOR
THE SECRET OF WALL STREET.
Interesting Data Concerning the Early
and Late Occurrences Upon It.
Across the islautl of New York in
1685 a "wall of eartli and stone was
built, a wall cannon-mounted, to keep
back the savacres. Alons this wall
ran a street, and as the street kept
the line of the wall, it was appropri
ately called Wall street. Short, nar
row, unarchitectual, and yet unique
in its history, and, excepting Lom
bard street, London, the mightiest
street in the world. There the United
States government was born. There
Washington held his levees. There
Mrs. Adams and Airs. Arnold, and
Mrs. Caldwell and, Mrs. Knox, and
other brilliant women of the Eovolu
tion, displayed their charms. There
preached "Witherspoon. Jonathan
Edwards and George Whitefield.
There Dr. John Mason chided Alex
ander Hamilton for writing the con
stitution without any God in it.
There negroes were sold in the slave
mart. There criminals were har
nessed to wheelbarrows and com
pelled to draw burdens. There they
were lashed through the street behind
"carts to which they were fastened.
That street has seen the coronation
and th& burial of ten thousand for
tunes. The abode of just the oppo
sites unswerving integrity and tip
top scoundrelism, heaven-descended
charity and bloodless Shylockism.
The history of Wall street would be
the historv of the commerce of
America. L would like to put the
plowshare in at the curbstone in front
of Trinitv church, and drive clear
through tb Wall street ferry, and so
it shall go if the horses are strong
enough to draw tho plow. Wo are
all stunned with the recent defalca
tions in Wall street, and there is no
more absorbing question in America
to-day than this: What caused 'Black
Wednesday? what caused. 'Black
Friday', what has caused all tho black
days of financial disaster with which
Wall street has been connected for
the last forty years? Some say it is
tho credit system. Something back
of that. Some say it is the spirit of
gambling ever and anon becoming
epidemic. Something back of that
Some say it is the sudden shrinkage
in tho value of securities, which even
the most honest and intelligent men
could not havo foreseen. Something
back ot that. I will give you tho
primal cause of all these disturbances.
It is the extravagance of modern so
ciety, whioh impels a man to spend
more than he can honestly make, and
ho goes into Wall street in order to
get the purposes of immediate dis
play, and sometimes the man is to
blame and sometimes his wife, and
oftener both. Five thousand dollars
income, ten thousand dollars, twenty
thousand dollars income, is not
enough for a man to keep up tho
style of living he proposes, and there
fore he steers his bark toward the
maelstrom. Other men have sudden
ly snatched up fifty or a hundred
thousand dollars why not he? The
present income of the man not being
largo enough, ho must move earth
and hell to catch up with his neigh
bor. Others have a country-seat so
must he. Others have extravagant
caterers so must he. Others have
palatial residences so must he. Ex
travagance is tho cause of the defalca
tions of the last forty years, and if
you will go through the history of all
the great panics and all the great
financial disturbances, no sooner have
you found the story than right back
of it you find the story of how many
horses tho man had, how many car
riages the man had, how many resi
dences the man had; how many ban
quets the man gave always, and not
one exception for the last forty years,
either directly or indirectly, extrava
gance the cause. Dr. Talmage, in
Leslie's Sunday Magazine for Sep
tember. STOP THAT COUGH.
By using Dr. Frazier's Throat and.
Lung Balsam the only sure cure for
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness and Sore
throat, and all diseases of the throat
and lungs. Do not neglect a Cough.
It may prove fatal. Scores and hun
dreds of grateful people owe their
lives to Dr. Frazier's Throat and Lung
Balsam, and no family will ever be
without it after once using it, and dis
coverin its marvelous power. It is
put up m large family bottles and sold
for the small price of 73 cents per
FBAZLER MEDICESE CO., Prop'rs.
Hodge, Davis & Co., Portland Agents
SKIX DISEASES CUItED
By Dr. Frazier's Magic Ointment.
Cures as if by magic: Pimples, Black
Heads or Grubs, Blotches and Erup
tions on the face, leaving the face
clear, healthy and beautiful. Also
cures Itch, Salt Bheum, Sore Nipples,
Sore Lips, Old, Obstinate Ulcers and
Sores, etc. Sold by all druggists and
mailed on receipt of price, 50 cents.
FBAZLER MEDICINE CO., Prop'rs.
Dr. Frazier's Root Bitters.
Frazier's Boot Bitters aro not a
dram shop beverage, but are strictly
medicinal in every sense. They act
strongly upon the Liver and Hidnoys,
keep the bowels open and regular,
make the weak strong, heal the lungs,
build up the nerves, and cleanse the
blood and system of evey impurity.
Sold by druggists. 1.00.
Hodge, Davis & Co., Portland Agents
Financially and socially are largely due
to his excellent health. If his sjstem
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
mo taste, it also cleanses the system
thoroughly, yet painlessly; it is harm
less in us nature, anu strenginens me
organs on which it acts so that regular
haoits may bo formed, and the sufferer
permanently restored to health and
happiness. Sample bottles free and
large Domes lor sale by w. K. Demon
YOBS6 MEX!-BEAD THIS.
The Vor.TATn Ttwr.T Ho., nf Marshall.
Mich., offer to send their celebrated Elec
tro- oltaic Belt and other electric
Appliances on trial for thirty days, to
men (young or old) afflicted with nervous
ueuuuy, joss oi vitality anu mannooa, anu
all kindred troubles. Also lor rheumatism,
neuralcia. Daralvsls. and manv other dis
eases. Complete restoration to health, vigor
auu mannooa guaranteea. no nsK is in
curred as thirty days trial Is allowed. "Write
them at once lor illustrated pamphlet free
Good Building Lots
For Sale at Low Rates.
Apply to IiXMAM C. KLXNEY,
At office of Clatsop Mill Company,
on the Roadway.
This ponder never varies. Auanel of
purity, sirt'niii ami wiioicMKnenc". .More
ocononiic ll th m the ordinary kinds, and
Annnnt ha V41I1I In pnm i.kt it Jft? m it! tin, vtttii-
titmlc ot low test siiort wphjli, alum or
phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Kov
ai. Making I'owdek Co., iog Wali-st. X. Y.
So. 1 to 25
Smokers of Blackwcll'a Genuine
Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco will
receive Premiums as follows on
terms and conditions hero specified:
1st PREMIUM, SiOOO
2d " $2,000
3d " $1,000
22 other Premiums as heroEhoTrn.
The 25 premiums 'mil bo airarded
December 22, 133L 1st Premium
goes to the person from whom wo re
ceive the largest number of our empty
tobacco tn?3 prior to Dee. 15. 2d will
bo Riven for the next largest number
and thus, in the order of tho number
of empty baijs received from each,
to the twenty-flve Euccesaful con
testants. Each baar must bear our
original Bull Durham label. TJ. S.
Revenue stamp, and Caution Notice.
Bans must bo done rip securely In a
package, with name and address of
sender, and number of bags contain
ed, plainly marked on the outride,
and must be sent, charges prepaid, to
Blnckwcll's Durham Tobacco
CoMDrntHAsr,N.C Every genuine
package has picture of Bull.
Sec our next announcement.
Union India Rubber Co.'s
Pure Tant Gum
BEWARE ok imitations !
lit sure the Hoots are stamped CRA CK
I'UOOF on the heels, and have the PURE
GUM SPRINGS on the foot and instep,
wl ich prevent their cracking or breaking
"Vc arc now making them with RUBBER
AND ASBESTOS Soles which will make
them last more than twice as long as any
l.ubber boots made.
FOIt SALE Y ALL DEALERS.
ALL KINDS IIUUKEU BELTING, TACK
IXG, HOSE. SPKIXGS, CLOTHING,
ROOTS AND SHOES. Etc.
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
U. II. l'EASE. .Ir. I Agents,
S. M. 11UXYOX,
Barnes Patent Foot and Steam
Power Scroll Saws.
Tcnoneri, Formers, Etc.
Oslorn & Alexanrler
'Sole Agents. C2S Market St.
Mechanics" Tools, Machinery, and Hardware.
Catalogue of all our goods sent free on ap
The renvoi (hat T! oumuJ ciml.ol jtt cured of
SKillXM. WEAKSESS, LOSS OF MAX
HOOD, and the result of eiluse.dtsense or eseews.
it oKing to a complication eallexl PROSTA TOR
RHEA. DR. Ll ERIC'S IXVIOORATOR
the OXL retire for PROSTA TORRIIEA. Price.
Fi.OO per paeiage, G paeltvjes, $Q 00. Guide to
Health mid Stlf-Analytl sent free. AdJrett LIE
RIG l!SPi:XSAR I'for I), tnitet of Jtii.
4W) Geurjf .7 . S-m 'rmiruco. Cut.
Frank and Clear.
Ilavinsr Admitted the Htreujrth of
the Evidence a Prominent I'liy
hirJan takes I.orieal Action.
Tho following Icttor tolls its own story. Tho
signature, will bo recognized as that of tho
Phyaicinn-in-Chiefof tho Do Quincy Home,
and author of "Drugs That Enslave," "Tho
Hypodermic Injection of Morphine," A Man
ual of Nursinjr," and many other popular and
vnluablo special medical werks:
101 West Testii Stkeft.1
New Youk, August 11. 1SS0. J
Messts. Seamjry fc Jonxsos,
Gentlemen: Like most of my profession, I
am cautious about pinning my failh to any
new medicino or curativo ngont. But your
BENSON'S CAPCINE POROUS PLASTER
has broken through tho barriers and won its
way to my good opinion. My attention wa3
first called to it soma eight months ago by a
patient of mine Although I was well ac
quainted with the superior cxcellonco of your
other plaster and antisoplic dressing, mado
especially for tho profession, tho Benson's
was comparatively now to me. I had hoard,
however, of its merits as a remedy, in coses
ofLamoBack, Local Rheumatism, Neural
gia. Congestion of tho Bronchial Tubes and
Lungs. Dyspepsia, Torpid Liver and tho like
affections, and havo sinco begun to oxperi
ment with it personally. I find BENSON'S
CAPCINE PLASTER an exceptionally cloan-
Iy plaster to uso, and rapid in its action.
Many tests of its qualities, made in my own
family and among my patients havo convinc
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JUSTICE'S COURT FOR THE PRECINCT
of Astoria, State of Oregon, County of
Martin l'oaid and F. R. Stokes, partners
doing business under the firm luimo of Foard
& Stokes Plaintiffs s. Herman Kucfci, de
fendant. Civil action forj the recovery of
To Herman Kucki, the above named De
fendant: In the name of the State of Ore Ore
eon: You are required' to appear before
the undersigned, a Justice of the Peace for
the Precinct aforesaid, on the 19th day of
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 the above
named Plaintiffs in a civil action.
The Defendant will take notice that if he
f.uK to answer the complaint herein, the
Plaintiff will take judgment against you for
the sum of Slll.50 and costs and disburse
ments of this action. .
Service by Publication of tliNsumnt"ns is
Giveu under my hand this 7th day of Au
N. E. GOODELL,
Justice of the Peace
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF OREGON,
fr Clatsop countv.
In tho matter of the assignment of the
Union Tacking Company.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed lnis been appointed assignee of the
estate of the Union Packing Company, in
solvent debtors, of the city of Astoria ', Clat
sop county, Oregon.
All claims against said estate must be
presented to me, duly verified, within three
montlis from this date, at my office, in the
city of Astoria, Clatsop county. Oregon.
C. II. PAGE,
Assignee of the Estate
Union Packing Co.
Dated Aug. 4, 1884. 3-7w
Dissolution of Co-partnership.
NOTICE 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 Ullm 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 Clatsop Countj-, 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 oi August. imn, at tue uour oi iu o ciock
A.ar at the Court House door In Astoria,
Oregon, offer at public 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 of
Section twenty-eight (2S), in Township eight
(8) N. of Range eight (8) W. of the Willam
ette Meridian in the State of Oregon, con
taining 1C0 acres, TO.-,W
B. R. FRANKLIN.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THATTHE
undersigned have been appointed exec
utrix and executors of the last wall and tes
tament of Adam Van Dusen deceased. All
nersons bavins claims acainst 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 montlis from
the date hereof; and all persons indebted
to said estate are notified to pay such in
debtedness to us at the samo place forth
CAROLINE VAN DUSEN,
BRENHAM VAN DUSEN.
HUSTLER G. VAN DUSEN.
Astoria, Oregon, July 23, 1834. d-4w
bo Depended n.
Notice to Whom It May Concern.
TnE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed Administrator of the estate
of John Iluhtala deceased, all persons
having claims against said estate are liereb
requested topresent such claims dulyverirled
within six months of the date of this notice,
at my residence in Upper Astoria, CJatsop
Astoria. July 23. 1884.
City Treasurer's Notice.
THE Tax-list of the City of Astoria,
Clatsop County, Oregon, is now in my
hands for collection, and will remain
with me for Thirty days. All parties
interested please take notice.
J. G. Hustler.
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 lias been appointed assignee of tho estate
of Jordan and Bozorth. insolvent debtors of
the City of Astoria, Clatsop County, State
All claims against said estate must be
presented tome under oath within thre
months after this notice, at my office in the
City of Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon.
Assignee of tho estate of
Jordan and Bozorth, insolvent debtors.
July 14, 1SS!. d-td
Notice of Assignment.
CIRCUIT COURT, CLATSOP COUNTY
In the matter of the Estato of McCurtla
and Holt, insolvent debtors : Assignee's
notice of appointment. To whom It may
cencern: The undersigned hereto gives
notice of lils appointment as assignee
of the estate of ilcCurtie and Holt, in
solvent debtors of Astoria, Clatsop County,
All claims against said estate must be
presented to me at my place of business iu
said city, duly verified as by law required,
within threo montlis from the date of this
J. E. THOMAS,
Assignee of the Estate of
McCurtie & Holt, insolvent debtors
July 7, 1834, d6-w
Equalization of Assessment.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
the last Monday in August. 1884, the 25th
Inst., the board of equalization of Clatsop
County, will attend at the office of tho coun
ty clerk. In said county, and publicly exam
ine the assessment roll for the purpose of
correcting any errors tnerem in tne valua
tion, description or quality of lands, lots, or
other property, at whclh time and.place all
persoas interested may appear.
J. F. WARREN,
Astoria, August 1, 1884.
Notice of Assignment.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE
of Oregon, for Clatsop County :
In the matter of the assignment of S. J. Bid
well, insolvent debtor :
Notice is hereby given thatS. J.RIdwell
has made an assignment in the above enti
tled court, for the benefit of all her creditors,
in proportion to the amount of their respect
ive claims : That the undersigned was on the
7th day of August, 1834, appointed assignee
of said estate, and all creditors having
claims against said estate are hereby noti
fied to present their claims to the under
signed at his office in his room in the city of
.Astoria, uiatsop uounty, uregon.unaeroam
within three months alter said appointment.
Assignee of the Estate of , .
S. J. BIdwell, Insolvent Debtor.