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WEDNESDAY. .SEPTEMBER 17. 1884
PORT OP ASTORIA.
VESSELS IN THE RIVER.
Alden Bmss. Am bk HtWuhlBgioo, Am p
Kirktrond. Br sp Coloma ,
Iats.0 v. Br sp City of York.
Acnes Sutherland BrD Unsedile. Br to
W. fcL Stirbuck. Am so Georee F. Manton.
Kite F, Troop. Br bk Alpbeuu Rr bk
Jupiter. Br bk - Kile, 8. Thayer, Am bk
VESSELS OS THE WAY.
Fran Foreign Frttu ftrtke
Asian. 1239 Glasgow Mar 30
Abeosa, Br bp Glasgow My 25
Brittania, Ger bk Liverpool J oca 26
Banca. Br bk 1030 Glassoir July 20
Cwm Donkin, Br bk 571 Valparaiso An 26
Cltv of Athens, Br sp Newcastle NSW Ang 2
Co. of -Merioneth, Br bk 1065 RiTer Plate July 19
Cochrina, 939 Montevideo
Ujprus. 10S1 Eio Janeiro May SO
Doiford, Br bk 682 Valparaiso
asterhill. Br bk 690 Brisbane May 24
Gwynedd. Br bk 1053 Montevideo
Ulenshee. Br bk 619 Pisagua Ang 11
Glenogle, Br bk 9C0 Valparaiso Acg2
Golden Gate. Br bk 899 Callao
Haidee, Br bkJJ8 Liverpool
Janet McNeil, 633 Liverpool Ang W
Joseta. Ger bk 875 Liverpool An 23
Klncardinshire Br bk Glasgow Aug 10
Lord Kinnaird, Br bk Callao Jolr SI
Mary A Troop, Kio Janeiro July 8
Mary Blondeil, Br bk 821 Valparaiso
Ophelia. 1184 Liverpool May JO
Osaka. Br bk527 Callao
Prince Umberto, Br bk 1400 Rio J use IS
Qneen of Cambria. 955 Valparaiso
Renfrewshire. Br sp 393 Glasgow Aug SI
Scottish Chief, Br bk 658 Oallao
Varnna. Br bk 1271 Liverpool, May 17
W R. Besse, Am bk Newcastle Joly II
Werra, Ger bk Liverpool May 7
Wordfield, Br bk Montevideo Jaly S6
Xonii. Br sp 1174 Yokohama
Frest Americas Frts.
C. S. Hnltert Am bk Ne w ork July 36
O S Beraent, Am sp 1900 Philadelphia April 29
Chesebrouch. 1507 Philadelphia July 4
""TIDJ3 TAB7l5FOR A&TOKT.
HIGH WATER. LOW WATER.
First. Second. I First. Second.
o o 2 3 2 2
chIsh a S 5 S a
i m. ,v h. m. ft. m. ,v U. m. a
fc, Ss, &, i
The hours between midnight and noon are
designated by a (a. m.), those between noon
and midnight by p (p. m.). OA. 00m a denotes
midnight, 0A. 00m. p denotes noon.
The neight is reckoned from the leel of
average low er low waters to which the sound
lngs are given on the Coast Survey charts.
"ColumrJia River Exports.
Wheat, 850.075 bus
Flour, 85,296 bbls
Total 10 cargoes . ...
Wheat, 314,113 bus ..
Flour, 49 CQ9 bbls
Salmon. 401 cs
Lumber, 600 M . . .
Total, 9 cargoes :....
Flour, 32.493 bbls $150,714
Wheat, 223,054 bus.
. ...- 20446
Total, 5 cargoes
Wheat, 110.527 bus
Flour. 4739 bbls
Wheat, 150.661 bus
Salmon, 53 8C0 cs.
Total, 7 cargoes .....,
Wheat, 63.945 bus $ 63,850
Salmon, 58.603 cs . 296,515
Total, 3 cargoes . $35065
5 To Liverpool per City of Delhi.
Salmon, 48,820 cs $4i 048
Whea 7,903 bus ZZZZTJM
5 To Panama perJEolus.
Lumber, 371,023 ft. $5,150
28 To Liverpool per Alameda.
Flour, 5,032 bbls $ 25 160
Salmon, 46.SO0 cs... .... 234,000
6 To Liverpool per Belle of Oregon.
Wheat. 16,860 bus $ 14,167
Salmon, 33,730 cs . 168,650
10 To Montevideo per Kavesinh.
Lumber, 500 JL.... ..... .. ...... $5,340
Salmon , 100 cs .. 450
The receipts ot certain articles of Or
egon produce, at San Francisco, from
January 1. 1884, to Sept 10, 1884, inclu
sive, have been as follews:
Flour, qr sks.
Butter, pkgs T..IZT.
Fruit, Dried, pkgs.
Leather, pkgs .
Gtoeese, cs.... .. ...
Canned Goods, cs.
Lard, pkgs ..
Should not forget to call at Towne's San
Francisco Gallery, where may be
seea photographs of all the leading men and
ween of Oregon and Washington Territory.
Skillful operators always in attendance, and
the most minute attention paid to pictures
of children. Don't forget the location, S. W.
eanwr First sad XorriMa streets, stain.
No trouble to show specimens to visitors.
Street railroads pass the door every ten
xateates, and this is the nearest gallery to
tbe tv prmsipal feotels.
04 9 31p7'8 3 59a 00 3 32p
C-9 10 28 80 4 59 -02 4 40
75 11 22 82 5 53 -0"3 5 44
- - 0 41 80 6 37 -04 C 40
83 1 13 84 7 14 -04 7 21
8-2 1 38 87 7 42 -02 8 06
8-0 2 04 88 8 10 01 8 47
77 2 33 87 8 41 OX 9 32
7-2 3 09 86 9 12 1-2 10 20
67 3 52 8-3 9 49 21) 11 16p
6"2 4 47 7 9 10 39 25
5-9 5 53 76 0 19 01 1143a
58 7 07 74 1 26 0"1 0 53p
5-9 0 17 74 2 35 01 2 09
6 3 9 27 76 3 42 OV 3 25
6 8 10 31 78 4 45 -01 4 36
7 5 11 30 8-0 5 42 W 5 41
- - 0 32 8-2 6 31 -0-2 6 42
81 1 02 87 7 07 -0-2 7 30
8-0 1 28 9 0 7 35 0 0 8 12
78 1 53 91 8 01 0 4 8 52
752 19 9-0 828 09829
7 1 2 48 87 8 55 15 10 07
68 3 20 84 9 22 20 10 47
04 4 00 8-0 9 58 2-4 113?p
6-2 4 50 7-8 10 46 29--6-0
5 4f 7-5 0 22 00 11 45a
6 0 6 47 7-3 1 18 02 0 50p
0-0 7 51 7-z 2 17 0-2 1 57
6-3 8 57p 7'3 3 15a 03 3 OCp
VISITORS tO TOfitLAND
United State Senators 4j &DolPh
Representative in Congress
..M. C Georce
Chas. B. Moorcs
R. P. Earhart
A. F. Wheeler
E. B. McElroy
W. H. Byars
.E, P. McCornac
.Dr. II. Carpenter
oecretary ti state....
State Treasurer . ..
Supt Public Instruction.
Clerk School Land Board
Sup't Insane Asylum.. ..
A J. B. 1
District Judges :
L, E. Webster
B P. B01S6
F. J. Taylor
..M. L Ohnstead
'Clatsop County Officers:
,.C. A MeGulre
SHrveyor . ..
C. J. Trenchard
W. G. Eos
D. K. Warren
J. F. Warren
G. F. Parker
J. E. Hlgelns
Astoria City Officers:
Mayor -. J. W. Hume
Auditor and Clerk .T. S. Jewett
Treasurer. .... J. G. Hustler
Assessor, - Geo. P. Wheeler
btreet faqperlntendent . .. Thos. Logan
Chief of Police .Clark Loughrey
Police Judge HZ-G. H. Stockton
Sexton..... ... M.Conley
GOtJXOILHKH : .
fC. H. CooDcr
A. A. Cleveland
Second Ward.. -..,
Temple LKl$;e, No. 7A.F.A.M.
first and third Tuesdays la eachxx
month, at VA o'clock, r. K.. 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. F.
REGULAR MEETING EV
ery Thursday evening at
seven o'clock, at the Lodge
room In Odd Fellows Hall. Asto
ria. Sojpurnlng members of the order In
good standing, cordially invited to attend.
By order N. G.
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O. F.
OEGDLAE MEETINGS OF OCEAN EN
Xtf campment No. IS. L O. O. F., at the
Lodge, in the Odd Fellows Building, at
seven T. K.. on the second and fourth
Mondays of each month. Sojourning breth
ren coraiauy mvitea.
By ordef O P.
Seaside Lodge No. 12, A. O. TJ. W.
KEGULAR- MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
Lodge No. 12, A. O. O. 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 mviiea to atteua. Liorary win oe
open fifteen minutes before and after each
meeting. By order M. W.
C. BROWN, Rec.
Astoria Lodge No. 40. L O. G.I.
REGULAR MEETING EVERY 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.
xy oruer y. l. T.
American Legion or Honor.
REGULAR MEETING OF ASTORIA
Council No. 995' is held on the first and
third Tuesday of each month, at 7 o'clock p.
M. By order of the Council Commamler.
Occident Council No. S. O. C. F.
MEETS EVERY FIRST AND THIRD
Monday evenings of each month, at 8
o'clock P. M. Members of the order are
respectfully requested to attend.
C BROWN, Recorder.
Cushlng Post No. 14, G. A. R.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS POST
on the second and fourth Tuesdays of
each month at 7:30 p. m. Visiting com
rades cordially Invited. By order
Paclflc 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,
ILofR. and S.
Astor Lodge No. 6. K. of P.
"REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS
Lodge every Wednesday evening, at
7 -J30 o'clock, at their lodge room, ia Pythian
Castle. Soloamtog Knights 0rdlally invit
ed to attead. W. L. ROBB.
K. of R. and S.
Astoria Division No. One, Uniform
Sank. BL of P.
KEGULAR MEETING ON THE SECOND
and fourth Thursdays of each month in
tneir armorv Hall. In Pythian Castle, at
eight p. x. Regular drill on the first and
third Thursdays or each month, at Main
street wharf, at eight p. k. Sojourning
Sir Knights cordially Invited to attend
meetings and drills.
GEO. P. WHEELER,
Astoria Workingmen's Protective
EEGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS LODGE
every Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock.
at their Lodge room, over Carnahan & Co.'s
store, corner of Cass and Cheuamus streets.
F.F.BLINN, J. CROSS.
TROlTT.Ait VKRTTvnq STrrnvn ivn
JLti fourth Tuesday evenings of each month
Ufc l Vl O ClOCJC.
9persons desiring to have matters aeted
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 lta regular meetine.
THOS. 8. JEWETT,
Auditor and Clerk.
CHPKCH PIKECTO KT.
Grace Cituboh Holy Communion
first Sunday of every month. Sunday
services at 11 . il, and 7 -J30 p. m. Friday
afternoon servlno t a nV.lfwV Row f
First Pubsbytkbiah Church Ser
vices at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Wednos-
aay evening prayer meeting at 7
o'clock. Ilev. E. W. Garner, Pastor.
at 11 A. m. and 7 p. m. Rev. Sam'l
ROMJLS CATrrOT-Vfl fiWITWftT KimrToaa
at 10 30 a. m. Rev. L. Dielman, Pastor
M. E. Chubch Services at 11 a. tj.
and T p. m. Lecture and Prayer Meet
Intr. Wednesday, at 7 p. m. Rev. w.
Baptist Cirrrncir. Karvtii Ph
Lord's Day at 11 a. uM and 7 p. v.
Prayer Meeflne on Wednesday, atr7
p. m. Rev. Winfield Scott, pastoral
Good Building Lots
For Stle ai Low Rates.
Apply to JTSM.AN C. KINNEY,
At office of Clatsop Mill Company,
oa the Roadway.
Ciiars, Ttkacca ami Crfarttm
Mgmchaum (mi Brier Pi pet,
CEKIUNE ENCLIJN CUTLERY
Kavalvars and Cartrldaaa.
comowiuw jcwjitTnr hn.
IS THE TIME
P". is at this season when tho Pores open
that DisfimnnK Humors, Humiliating Erup
tions, Itching, Tortures, bait Rheum or Ecze
ma, iBoriayu, letter, mngworm, liaby Hu-
Tnnm. Nrnrtila RArAfulAn. Cm. i
and disrhargi g Wounds, and ovo y species
of ItchmR, fccaly, and Pimply Diseases of tho
oia ma crjtip aro most speedily and eco
nomically cared by the Coticcra. Rkmkpiks.
IT IS A FACT.
Hundreds of letters in ourpossession (copies
or which may bo had by return mail) are our
pd Blood Humors, whether Scrofulous. In
herited or Contagious, may NOW be perma-
" "ui K ", Tr jS -'ticuba nnsoLVOr, the
""? ff uor. lnieinany, ana UUTICDRa
and Cuticcea Soap, the great Skin Cures acd
Mimuuucn. exiernauy. in ono Half the time
ana at one hslf the expense of any other sea
son. GREATEST ON EARTH.
Ccticcra RrMKDiRsaro the create t niedi-
tiuoa uuiurui. xiaa ut worst case Fait
: vuunj. mj luuiuur UBU II
rjncuy jC3, iiuu in laciaiea irom it, l be-
----- .. ..vu.u uo micu uer me.
My arms, breast and head were covered for
"" wuicn jjominff reiuved or cured
ally, and Cuticubi and Ccticfra Soip.ex-
t.ci uuii j . o . n . a d a v , si e wark, O
GREAT BLOOD MEDICINES.
The half has not boon told as to the great
.uia.uu nuncio ui lUO UTICURA KKUFDIFS.
I have paid hundreds of dollars for medicines
to cure diseases of the blood and skin, and
iietcriuuuu anyuiin yei 10 equal tho Cuti
duraRkukdis. Chas. A. Williams.
Providence, R. I.
CURE IN EVERY CASE.
Your Ccticuiia Rkjikdiks ouuell all other
meaicraos a koop ior SKin diseases. My cus-
ed acuro in every instance, whero other reme-
uiw "" o iaiiou. XI. IT . UROCKWAT. 31. V
Franklm Falls, N. H.
Sold by all druggists. Price: Cuticuba,
tu. , Aioui.) kt, $i ; ooap, -zb cts.; Potter
Deuo asd CnEViCAl Co.. Boston, Mass.
Head for "Hew to tiir Skla Dlsrascs."
"RTHAIT'I'V For Sunburn. Tan and
"""""i Hrlu u"ii3aj3, ana miantuo Hu
mors, uso Coticuba Soap, a real BeautiDer.
mHE Great Balsamic Dis-
-A.uuauon 01 wucn aazel,
American Pine, Canada Fir,
Marlcrnlfl. Plnvpr Tllnccmne
etc, called anrord'n Itad
leal Care, for the immedi
ate relief and permanent
cure of every form of Catarrh
from a simple Cold in the
neaa 10 .loss or smell. Taste
aud Hearing. Cough and Ca
tarrlml fVininmntinn Com
plete treatmeur, consisting
ui. uuu uonic iiamcai uure.
one dox uatarrnal Solvent
and one improved Inhaler.
In nni imoknfp. mav nnw h liul nf oil
Drajaiists for $1.00. Ask for SANFORD'S
Complete Treatment with Inhaler
for One Dollar.
-The only absolute .specific we know of."
Jfcd. Time. " ilie best we have found In
a lifetime of suffering." Rev. Dr. Wiggin,
Boston. "After a long struggle with Catarrh
the Radical, Cuke has conquered."- Rev.
S. Til Monroe. Lcwtslnirgh, Pa. " I have
not found a case that II did not relieve at
once." Andrew Lee, Manchester. Mas.
For tho relief and preven
tion, the Instant It 1m ap
plied, of Kheumatism.Neu-
ralgia. bciatica. Coughs,
Colds. Weak Back' Stomach
and Bowels. Shootine Pains,
Palpitation. Dyspepsia, Liv
er complaint, mhouafcever.
Malaria and Epidemics, use
tric Battery combined
with a I'oroH Plastcrland
UasQ st pain. 25c eremrhere.
f ISBINfiTON MARKET,
Mala Street, Astoria, Oregon.
BERCMAX BERRY, FROPRIETeRS.
KESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN
tlon of the public to the fact that the
above Market will always be supplied tslth a
FULL VARIETY AND BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS ! !
Which will be sold at lowest rates, whole
sale and retail.
,TSpeelal attention given to supplying
WYATT & THOMPSON.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS,
Crockery and Glassware.
WHERRY & COMPANY,
Fresh and Cured Meats,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL,
CHEN A HUH Street. Astoria, Og
Hotel and Restaurant Keepers,
LOEB & CO..
' AGENTS FOR THE
iMt San Francisco Houses 'and
Tumblers Decanters, and All
Kinds of Saloon Supplies.
WTARgoeds sold at Baa Francisco Prices.
OftMtto Farinr Howr Astoris, Oregon.
THE NEW BRUNSWICK BANK.
How it Was Used by a Ring of Political
and Financial Triclcsters.
New Yokk, Sept. 16. A Times spec
ial Las the follewing: Mayor "Wil
liam Strong to-day gave an interest
ing history of tho inner working of
the ring which has been running the
officers of tho New Brunswick Bank
for the past twelve or fifteen years,
and which is now dissolved by the
death of its tool, Charles Hill, the
cashier. It was composed, among
others, of Joseph E. Fisher, L.D.
Jarrard, Charles H. Hill, and Bobt.
G. Miller. Of these, Fisher is an out
cast, Jarrard is serving a term in the
Trenton State Prison, Hill is now in
the grave, and Miller is pratically a
nonentity, owing to developments in
his trial for the misappropriation of
28,000 of the city's funds, on which
he escaned through a technicality.
Mayor Strong said there has proba
bly never been such an uninterrupted
succession of political crimes ana
municipal dishonssty as is shown by
the ODerations of this set of worthies.
They were first brought into notice at
the time of the suicide of city treas
urer Croft, six vears aco, and went
without discoverv until long after
SIOO.OOO of tho city's funds had disap
neared into their Dockets. Their op
erations were the same in kind as
those which have been carried on
since Croft's death. The revelations
havo shown that ono of the most
nrofitable methods employed was to
ostensibly discount the notes of the
city at 50 cents on the dollar, and di
vide a handsome surplus. The reve
nue of the city is $94,000 per annum;
its expenditures SHO.OOO. This deficit
has been going on for many years.
The credit of the city was not of the
best, and it was necessary to employ
the services of a bank to carry it on.
The suspended bank was chosen en
tirely on account of Hill's connection
with it. The ring of which Hill was
the tool had first got its clutcnes on
him through political manipulation.
They controlled the primaries and
bought elections, and purchase mon
ey for the necessary votes was fur
nished by Hill. The ring thus got
him into their power, and when he
was inclined to draw back they put
the screws on by threatening expos
ure. Henceforth he was their willing
but not active instrument.
According to the Times its reporter
had a narrow escapo fron tho New
UrunBwick mob, when word was pass
ed out to the crowd blockading the
street in front of the bank that Bun
yon had killed himself, and it was
also announced that he first knew of
his condition being made public
through tho Times. ''He read the
Times and then shot himself, said
the crowd, when some of the bullies
and desperate men who wero deposit
ors in the bank and failed to obtain
their balances raised the cry: "If it
hadn't been for tho 'Times he'd been
alive." A block below the bank a
rush was made for the Times report
er, but edging his thin body into a
doorway he argued so convincingly
with his assailants that the Times
only did its duty in exposing what
would be known when the examiner
was through, that the crowd good
naturedly allowed him to scoot away.
The Times also gives additional de
tails of President Bunyon's suicide:
"While the notice of the bank's sus
pension was being posted, Buhyon
stepped into a closet of about four
by six feet dimensions, removed his
coat and waistcoat and set his watch
with the face open in the window
sill, edging it up with the piece of
paper; then taking a penknife with a
ragged edge in his left hand, he de
liberately made two deep gashes in
tho right arm at the elbow joint, sev
ering the basilar artery. Changing
the knife to the right hand he gashed
the left arm in the same manner.
Evidently his eyes were fixed on the
watch. He saw he would be discov
ered before death came by so slow a
process, when he deliberately took
again the knife and on the right side
of tho neck laid bare the common
carotid artery. Changing tho knife
to the other hand he cut open the
leftside of tho throat to the bone,
and severed the jugular vein. Death
came and speedily took the desperate
man. His eyes were fixed on the di
al of the watch.
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 in large family bottles and sold
for the small price of 75 cents per
FBAZLER MEDICINE CO., Prop'rs.
Hodge, Davis & Co., Portland Agents
81I DISEASES CUBED
By Dr. Frazier's Magic Ointment.
flnrne no if tt m .-.:... Trl- -r- .
Heads or Grubs, Blotches and Erup
tions on the face, leaving the face
clear, healthy and beautiful. Also
cures Itch, Salt Eheum, Sore Nipples
kjvlv uj-a, uiu, uusimaie uicers and
Sorps. f Snlil Vtt oil A-. :t
., ', w.. j n" uiuKgisw ana
zzzz. . zn f - wnue, uu cents.
FKAZIER MEDICINE CO., Pr0Ps.
Dr. Frazier's Root Bitters.
Frazier's Boot Bitters are not a
dram shon np.vprnfro Vmf o t:ti
- - r -t "H HAD OLHUUy
medicinal in every sense. They act
strongly upon the Liver and Kidneys,
keep the bowels open and regular,
make the weak strong, heal the lungs
DUlld UD the TIPrvAQ nnl n1annnn xi '
blood and system of evey impurity.
Sold by druggists. $1.00.
Hodge, Davis & Co., Portland Agents
i,TTTh Rev- Ge-H. Thayer, of .Bour
bon. Ind.. savq? TWh mnir j r-
Cpbe." Sold by W. E. Dement.
R 0 B Er"
RHbber, Leather amd Cettea Belllas,
-mik, aeir, etc.
PRESTON, tfOTT & CO.,
164, First Street, Portland, Or.
W (ROYAL KKre;a
Tills vowder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and n holesomenes?. More
oconomlcal thin the rnlinury kinds, and
cannot be sola in couiiM'tition with the mul
titude ot low test short weight, alum or
phosphate powders. 6ofd oniu in cans, nor
ai.Bakixk I'ewdei: Co., loc Wali-st. N. Y
Thr ration Ihu" T j mwnl yl fitiftl nj
SEMXAL WKAKXESS. LOSS Of MAX
HOOD, and the result of abute.diteau or excesses.
ii oie ing to a complication calteit PliOSTA TOK
RIIBA. DR. LIE RIG'S I&'VIGORATOR u
the OXLYcureforPROSTATORRHEA. Price.
2.00 per package, G packages, SI0 00. Gtiiile to
Health and Self-Analyst salt free. Addrest LIE-l-.IG
DISPE.YSA R l'.r Ihtettset of J.', n .
1U) Geary St.. Sim Francisco. Cat.
Union India Rubber Co.'s
Pure Tara Gum
BEWAKE OF IMITATIONS !
Be sure the boots are stamped CRACK
PROOF on the heels, and have the PURE
GUM SPiMSUii on tue loot ana instep,
which prevent their cracking or breaking
"We are now making them with RUBBER
AXD ASBESTOS Soles which will make
them last more than twice as long as any
ltuuuer oooia maue.
FOIt SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
ALL KINDS RUBBER BELTING, PACK
ING, IIOSE. SFRINGS, CLOTHING,
BOOTS A?D SHOES, Etc.
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
it ii. I'KAsis, .ir. I Agents,
S. M. RUNYON,
Barnes' Patent Foot and Steam
Power Scroll Sa-wa
Tenoners, Formers, Etc.
.. Ostiorn & Alexaniler
Sole Agents, 62S Market St.
Mechanics' Tools, Machinery, and Hardware.
Catalogue of all our goods sent free on ap
Frank and Clear
Ilnving: Admitted the Strength of
the Evidence ft Prominent .Phy
sician taken logical Action.
Tho following letter tolls iU own story. Tho
signaturo trill bo recognized as that of tho
Physician-in-Chief of tho Do Quincy Home,
and author of "Drugs That Enslave," "Tho
Hypodermic Injection of Morphine," A Man
ual of Nursing," and many other popular and
valuable special medical werks:
191 West Teith Stekkt,
New York, August 11. 1SS0. J
Messts. Seaburt & Joba-sox,
Gentlemen: Like most of my profession, I
am cautious about pinning my faith to any
new medicine or curative agent. But your
BENSON'S CAPCINE POROUS PLASTER
ha3 broken through tho barriers and won its
way to my good opinion. My attention was
first called to it somo eight months ago by a
patient of mino Although I was well ac
quainted with tho superior oxcellonco of your
other plaster and antisoptic dressing, made
especially for tho profession, tho Bonson's
was comparatively now to me. I had heard,
however, of itsmcrit3 as a remedy, in cases
of Lama Back, Local Rhoumatism, Neural
gia. Congestion of the Bronchial Tubes and
Lungs. Dyspepsia, Torpid Liver and the like
affections, and havo sinco begun to experi
ment with it personally. I find BENSON'S
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ly plaster to uso. and rapid in its action.
Many tests of its qualities, made in my own
family and among my patients havo convinc
ed mo that there is no single article so valu
able for popujar uso, nor so helpful in tho
diseases I havo named.
Should you desiro to do so, you may uso my
name to that effect.
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The genuine havo tho word CAPCINE cut
in tho center. Prico 25 cents.
Seabury & Johnson, Chemists, Now York.
CASPERSON ELECTRIC LAMP.
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ONE-HALF A CENT AN HOUR
One Lamp Will Last a Lifetime.
We guarantee all we say and court in
vestigation. This Lamp is fast superseding all old style
oil lamps and needs but a trial to prove Its
FOR SALE IN ASTORIA, ONLY BY
CARNAHAN & CO., Agts.
GERMANIA BEER HALL
BOTTLED BEER DEPOT,
Chenamus Street, Astoria.
The Best of Lager 5 Cts. a Glass.
Orders for tlie Celebrated
Columbia Brewery Beer
Left at this place will be promptly
M-n rhnan San Francisco Beer sold at
this place. - -- , 1
Wm. BOOK, Proprietor.
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London Fisheries Exhibition 1883.
Ami have been awarded HICHER PRIZES at the various
Than the goods of any other
IN THE WORLD.
Quality em Always b& Depended m,
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JUSTICE'S COURT FOR THE PRECINCT
ol Astoria, State of Oregon, County of
Martin Foaid and F. R. Stokes, partners
doing business under the Arm haine of Foard
& Stokes Plaintiffs as. Ilerman Kucki. de
fendant. Ch il 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 undersigi ed, a Justice of the Peace for
the Precinct aforesaid, on the 19th day of
September, 1884, 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
falls to answer the complaint herein, the
Plaintiff will take judgment against you for
the sum of $111.50 and costs and disburse
ments f this action.
Service by Publication of tliissumm-ns is
Glveu under my hand this 7th day of Au
N. E. GOODELL,
Justice of the Peace
TATE OF OREGON, COUNTY OF CLAT-
I ;nn ss.
Rv virtue of a decree" of foreclosure and
order of sale issued out of the Circuit court
of the State of Oregon for the County of
Clatsop, in favor of Geo. "W. Hume, plaintiff,
and against the Toint Adams Packing Com
pany, defendant, for the sum of S17.503.CO-10O
with interest from the 21st day of August,
1884, at the rate of nine per cent, per annum
aud the costs of suit taxed at 22.75-100 and
for the sale of the following described prop
erty, I did on the 27th day of August, 1884
lew upon that real estate situated in Clat
sop" County, State of Oregon, particularly
known and described as follews: the west
100 feet of block No. One, In the town of As
toria, as laid out by John Adair, otherwise
described as follows beginning at the south
west corner of said block No. One, thence
east one hundred feet, thence north to the
north boundary of said block, thence west
one hundred feet, thence south along the
westprn boundary thereof to the place of
hppinninir : also all the tide land, water and
wharflng privileges and rights In front there
of to ships' channel of the Columbia river,
including all buildings and Improvements
thereon and thereto belonging ; also all the
fixed machinery and fixtures thereon and
on said grounds, together with all building
improvements, tenements, hereditaments
and appurtenances thereunto belonging and
shall proceed to sell the same at public auc
tion to the highest bidder lor cash, at the
court house door, on the 2Gth day of Sep
tember. 1884. at 2 o'clock f. ai. of said day
to satisfy said decree and foreclosure to
gether with the costs of sale and accruing
costs. W. G, ROSS,
Sheriff of Clatsop
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF OREGON,
fnr Clatsop county.
In the matter of the assignment of the
Union Packing Company.
Notice Is hereby given that the under
signed has 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
months from this date, at my office, in the
city of Astoria, Clatsop county. Oregon.
Assignee of the Estate
Union Packing Co.
Dated Aug. 4. 1S84. 5-7w
THE TAXPAYERS OF SCHOOL Dis
trict No. 1, Clatsop County, Oregon, are
notified that the school tax of said district
for the year 1884, Is now due and payable at
the office of.the undersigned In Astoria, Or
egon, and that the same will be deemed de
linnnpnt unless naid within 60 davs from the
date of this notice. J. O. BOZORTH,
Altoris, August llth, 1134.
Notice of Assignment.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ITfE STAT F.
of Oregon, for Clatsop County :
In the matter of the assignment of S. J.Bid
well, insolvent debtor :
Notice Is hereby gnen tbatS. J.BIdwell
has made an assignment in the abote 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, 18S4, 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 m the city or
Astoria, Clatsop County. Oregon, under oath
w ithin three months altersaiu appointment.
Assignee of the Estate of
S. J. Bidwell. Insolvent Debtor.
- Tax Notice.
THE -ASSESSMENT ROLL OF SCHOOL
District No. 18, Clatsop County. Oregon.
Is now equalized and the Hon. Board of
School Directors for said district have issued
warrants for the undersigned to collect the
school tax now due said district. Taxpayers
will save cost by paying the same to the
School Clerk or hts deputy who will be found
at all times at his office on West Cth street,
one house south of "Wall street.
C. TV. SHIVELY,
Clerk School District No. 18.
Dated at the City of Astoria, Clatsop Co.
Oregon, August 30th, 1884.
Notice to Whom It May Concern.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed Administrator of the estate
of John Huhtala deceased, ail persons
having claims against said estate are liereby
requested topresent such claims dulyvenfleu
within six months of the date of this notice
at my residence In Upper Astoria, Cjatsop
Astoria, July 23, 1884.
TTHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT THE
partnership heretofore existing between
M. Furney and. N.Davich In the Pacific
market is tills day dissolved bv mutual
consent. Mr. M. Furney retiring from the
business. Mr. N. Davich will collect all
debts and pay all outstanding indebted
ness. Astoria, August 31 , 1884.
FISHERMEN AND OTHERS.
Having secured the services of MARTIN
WELCH, w e are now prepared to contract for
ALL KINDS OF BOATS,
In Small or Large Quantities, at
Very Seasonable Bates, all of Our Work
TO BE FIRST-CLASS.
ALL KINDS OF BOAT STOCK AND MA
terial on hand and will be sold as low
as the lowest. We have also on hand a very
large stock of Sash Doors and Mouldings of
our own manufacture, which we guaiantee
not to be excelled on the Pacific Coast.
Examine Oar Mtock, Work, and
Prices, and Kemeniber the old
I. X. X., Stand of
t). H. BAIN & GO.