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' SATURDAY. OCTOBER 4. IBM
PORT OP ASTORIA.
George F. Hinson. Am Queensto to Oct S
O S Baaeat, Am ip 1900 Philadelphia Oct S
Stat ol California, m Deteer. 6 K Oct J
VESSELS IX THE RtYER.
Allies Best. Am fct MtWfttMflfcTca, Am ip
Lbtso Lnr.firsp Oohsea.
w. a. Starfoock. Atn. sd "Oltr of York.
Kate F. Troop. Br Ms Urisedale, Br sp
Japiter. Br bk
Prince Dmberto. Br bk
Lord Kinnnird, Br bk
KtU 8,T&aier. Am bk
W H Besse, Aa bk
VESSELS -ON TEE WAt.
1 o '
Preai Ferelcu Ports, for I be
Amasa. 1239 Glasgow May 30
AlSosa, Br ep Glasgow May 25
BritUala, Ger bk Liverpool Jane 25
Ba&ca, Br bk 1000 Glasgow Jul y 23
Cirk Doakln. Br bk S71 Valparaiso Aug 26
City of Athens, Br ep Newcastle If S vT Atg 8
'Co. ot Merioneth, Br bk IOCS Birer Plate July 10
Goehrina, 939 Montevideo Auk 17
Doxf ord, Br bk GSZ Valparaiso
Barterkltl. Br hfcMO Brisbane Mar M
Gwjaedd, Br bk 105S Montevideo
Uiesehee. Br bk 649 Pisagaa Aug 1!
GUsogle. Br bkWO Valparaiso Ang2
GoJdea Gate.fr bk 899 GaUao
Hal dec, Brbk75J Liverpool
Janet McNeil, 893 Liverpool Aug 26
Joeeta.'Ger bk 875 Liverpool Aug 23
KiacardlBahiro Br bk Glasgow Aug II
Mary' A Troop, Bio Janeiro Jnly 8
Mary Blonde!!. Br bk 822 Valparaiso
Ophelia, 11S( Liverpool May 30
Renfrewshire, Br sp SS3 Glasgow Aug U
Scottish Chief, Br bk 653 Oallao
Varnna. Br bk 1271 Liverpool, May IT
Werra. Ger bk Liverpool May 7
Wordfield, Br bk Montevideo July 26
Xenls. Br sp 1174 Yokohama
Frost American Parts.
O. S. Halbort Am bk Ne w V ork July 26
Chesebrongh. 1507 Philadelphia July 4
Falstaff, Br sp 1119 Wilmington
TIDE TABLE FOB A8TORTA.
HIGH WATKB. LOW WATER.
"iFlrst Second. First. SecondT
2 3 1 2 2 3 S
Tz E tc 2 tt E M S
W M b m r r
h. m. X h. tn. Ju k. m. h. m. X
8 16 !
671 3 29
6'4, 4 9
2 8)10 59
3-1 'll 44
The hours between midnight and noon are
designated by a (a. m.), those between noon
and midnight by p (p. m.). oh. 00 o denotes
midnight, oh. 00m. t denotes noon.
The height Is reckoned from the level of
average low er low waters to w hlch the sound
togs are given on the Coast Survey charts.
Columbia River Exports.
Wheat; 850 675 bus
Flour, 85.296 bbls
Total 10 cargoes.....
Wheat. 314.113 bus
iFiour, 49 609 bbls
if Salmon. 401 cs
Lumber, 600 M......
Total, 9 cargoes..
Flour. 32.493 bills
Wheat, 223,054 bus..
Total, 5 cargoes....
Wheat, 110.527 bus...
Flour. 47 -2G9bbls..
Wheat, 150.661 bus.
Salmon, 53,560 c
Total, 7 cargoes . ..-.
2 - t JVlt.
B Wheat, 65.945hus fi 53,850
Salmon, 58.C03 cs .Z729S&L5
Total, 3 cargoes ...-.
5 To Liverpool per City of Delhi.
naimon, ,820 cs . -
Wheat, 7,909 bus - """"""
&To Panama per JEolus.
Lumber, 371,022 ft
38 To IAverpoolpcr Alameda.
Flour, 5,032 bbls
Salmon, 46.800 cs...... ..........
sPTo IAverpoolpcr Belle of Oregon.
Wheat, 16,866 bus $ 14.167
Salmon, 33,780 CS 168,650
&& le? Montevideo per S"avestnh:
Lumber. 600 M. -...-..-.
Salmon, 100 cs .. ..-...-.
24 To Quccnttown per Agnes Sutherland.
Wheat, 58.363 bus- -. $42,700
36 To Xtcerpoo! per Kirkwood.
Salmon, 52.804 cs .... -. 8264,020
i Wheat, 2,700 bus-.. -. 2,025
r Total..... .-- .. ...-. $266,04
3 To Qucenstownper George F. Hanson.
wheat, 67.915 bus . $43,805
TUG JB9AT CMARGEg,
Following Is the schedule of prices for
ivwage m ana out over ine uoiumbia Bar :
For ressels not . Inward . Outward
--:5f1 .eiceedlBR Loaded. Ballast
800 tons -.$150
860 to 1000 tons.
leeo to 1200 tons..
law to 1400 toes-
Twines and Netting.
B-dtiaow 'Tmw.lAid, JTst 'Oompaay.
ttWHT.vHUOPtR SON, .,
JZ?.v-miTKTaii -Huumere, jm.
ivacTrice List, naming your County
"" nut uu.1 XSL1B JrArJEJI..
United States Senators 1 j" SSJg
Representative In Congress....M. CGfom
Governor ' Z. F. Moody
Governor's Secretary.......Cha8. B. Moores
Secretary of State . R. P. Karhart
Assistant secwUry. .....F E. Hodgkln
.State Tieasurer .... ......frd. Hfrsch
Assistant Treasurer A. F. Wheeler
hup't Public Instruction E B.McElroy
Clerk School Land Board
Sao't Insane Asylum ....
..... W. H. Byors
E, P. "McCornae
.Dr. H. Carpenter
...... .Geo. Coihn
(W. P. Lord
Supreme Judges ......... J. . B. Waldo
District Judges :
R. p. Boise
Glatscp County Officers:
Judge... .. . C. A. McGulre
Clerk...... .. C. J. Trnr hard
Assessor J. F. Warren
Treasurer. Isaac Benrman
Surreyor. . . O. t . TarKer
Sehool Sup't J. E. Hlgelns
Coroner i C. Koss
Astoria City Officers:
...J. W. Hume
Auditor and Clerk....
Chief of Police
.T. S. Jewett
J. G. Hustler
.Geo. P. Wheeler
0. H. Stockton
(C. n. Cooner
A. A. Cleveland
( G. G. Smith
I Thos. Dealv
. C. J. Tiencuard
Temple Lodffetto. 7AF.A.M.
REGULAR COMMONICATIONS .
r, first and third Tuesdays in eachVy"
mostb.at 7 o'clock. P.-M.. at theVA
Hall in Astoria; Members of the order in
good siandiBg are invited to attend..
By order of the- W. M.
Bearer Lodge No. 35, 1. 0. 0. F.
REGULARS MEETING- EV
ery Thursday evening at
seven o'clock, Jat Hie Lodge
room in Odd Fellows Hall. Asto
ria. Sojourning members of the order in
good standing, cordially invited to attend.
By order If. G.
Ocean Sncampment, No. 13, 1. 0. 0.F.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF OCEAN EN
campment No. is. I. O. O. F.f at the
Lodge, in the Odd Fellows Building, at
seven p. x.. on the second and fourth
Mondays of each month, Sojourning breth
ren coraiauy lnvuea.
By order C P.
Seaside Lodge No. 12. A. O. TJ. V7.
"OEGULAR MEETINGS OF . SEASIDE
XMj Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W. will-he, Jicid
in Pythian Hall on Friday evenlng,of,each
week, at 7 o'clock p. m. Members of the
order in good standing, and visiting .Broth
ers are invitea to attena. Library will ie
open fifteen minutes before and after each
meeting, uy oraer M. w.
Astoria Lodge No. 40, L O. Q.l.
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.
By order W. C.T.
American Leg-ion of Honor.
REGULAR MEETING OF ASTORIA
Council No. 995 is held on the 'first nd
tliird Tuesday of each month, at T o'clock p.
m. By order of the Council Commander.
Occident Council No. 6. 0. 0. F.
TlfEETS EVERY FIRST AND TniRD
i-'A Monday evenings of each month, at 8
o'clock P. M. Members of the order are
respectfully requested to attend.
a BROWN, Recorder.
Cushing Post No. 14, Q. A. R.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS POST
on the second and fourth Tuesdays of
each month at TtSO p. M. Visiting com
rades cordially Invited. By order
Pacific Lodge No. 17, K. of P.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS
Lodge every Friday evening, at 730
o'clock, in their Castle Hall, Sojourning
Knights cordially Invited to attend.
W. A. SHERMAN,
3E.ofB. and S.
Astor Lodge No. 6. K.bt P.
REGULAR MEETINGS OH THIS
a Lodge every Wednesday evening, at
7 -30 o'clock, at their lodge room, la Pjtblan
Castle. Sojourning Bilglits cordially invit
ed to attend. W. L. EOBB.
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 armory HalL, la Pythian Castle, at
eight PvM. Regular drill on the first and
third -Taursdajs of, each, month., at Main
street wharf, at eight p. m. Sojourning
Sir Knights cordially invited to attend
meetings and drills.
REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND
fourth Tuesday evenings of each month
u 7tt o'clock
-Fersons desiring to have matters acted
upon by the Council, at any regular meet
ing roust present the same to the, Auditor
and Clerk, on or before the Friday evening
prior to the Tuesday on which the Council
holds its regular meeting.
THOS. 8. JEWETT,
Auditor and Clerk.
Asterte Jtetall Market.
Plour per bbl S4M$5.
-Wheat, per cental Si.65L75.
Oats, " SL502.00
Bacon, sides per lb, 16K19 cts.
Shoulders, M 12K cts.
Hams, ' I720fcts.
Lard, u 1416X cte.
Butter, per roll G075cts.
Errs, per dozen 30035 cts.
Potatoes, new, per lb 1 cts
Cheese, per lb ici0 to 40 cts.
Cornmeal, per ft 4 cts.
Oatmeal, " 6cts.
Beans, 4&i5K cte.
KIce, " 8 10 cts.
Syrup, per gallon 70c Si.
Honey, per gallon $1.40.
Salmon, per Kit $5.
Onions, per, lb l$(3cts.
Apples dried per lb 1018 cts.
Peaches " " 13 18 cts.
Plums, " l2K16cts.
Candles, per lb 20 cts.
Chickens, per dozea SG.
Hay, per ton12 515.
"Hides, per ft 6 9 cts.
Oils, per gallon, boiled linseed, 75c;
raw linseed, 70c; coal oil, 40c ; lardSL25
AGENTS FOS THE
Bast tan Franclso Houses and
Tumblers Decanters, and .All
. r Kinds ef Saleon Supplies.
MAINSTEEET, , t
onmm rsrker Mam, Attu, Qvsm
Infantile Blood Purifiers and
A Foslilve Care for Every Form of SLIb
ad Ulead Dlrase. fro m Tim -
pie to ScrofHla.
IXFA'tTlTE and Birth Humors, Milk CruM
Scalled Head, Eczemas, and every form
f Itching. Scaly, Pimply, Srof idous and In
herited Diseases of the Blood, Skin and
Scalp, with loss of Hair, 'rom Infancy to Agi
cured bv the Cuticura Resolvent, tne
new blood purifier. Internally, and Cuticu
ra and Cuticura Soap, the ereat skin
cures, externally. Abtolutily pure and safe
and man be -used from the moment of birth.
"OUR LITTLE BOY."
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stehbtns. Btlcher
town, Mass. write: "Our little boy was ter
ribly afflicted with Scrofula, halt Rneum
and Erysipelas ever since he was born, and
nothing we could give him helped 1dm until
we tried Cuticura remedies, which erad-
ually cured him, until now he is as fair as
"WORKS TO A CHARM."
J.1S. Weeks, Esq.. Town Treasurer. St Al
bans Vt. savs In a letter dated Mav 23 : "It
works to a charm on my baby's face and
neaa. uureu me neaaentireiv ananas near
ly cleaned the face of sores. I have recom
mended it to several, and Dr. Plant has or
dcred it for them."
."A TERRIBLE CASE,"
Charles Eayre HInklo, Jersey City Heights,
N. J., writes : "My son. a lad of twelve ears
was completely cured of a terrible case of
Eczema bvtbeCcricuBA kkmebies. From
the top of his head to the soles of his feet
was one mass 01 scaov livery otner rem
edy and physicians had been tried in vain.
FOR PALE, LANGUID,
Emaciated children, with nininlv. sallow
skin, the Cuticura Remedies will prove a
perfect blessing, cleansing the blood and
skin of inherited impurities and expelling
me germs 01 scroiuia. rneumausm, con
sumption and severe skin diseases.
Sold .fivery-Aher. Price : Cuticura, 0
cents ; Resolvent, $1.00 : Soap. 25 cents,
Potter Drug and Chemical Co., Boston,
Send for "How Is Care Skin Diseases".
T A TRV Use CutlcHra Soap,
AJiX.t.JJL quisitely perfumed
Beat-flfler. and Toilet. Baih. and Niinvn.-
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE
The Great Balsamio Distillation of
Witok Hoz'. Americaa Pine.
Canadian Far, Marigold.
Clover Blossom. Etc.,
For the imuodi-ito relief and Permanent Curo
ci ovcry lorm 91 catarrn. lrom atimpie Head
Cold or Influenza to Iho Loss of Smell, Taste,
and Uearims, Cough. Bronchitis and Incipi
ent f"nri9MTinfYW- nicfin fi.n fMinMliw
any and every case. Nothing- like it. Grate-
iui iracrnni wiioieromo. uure begins lrom
first application, and is rapid, radical perma
nent, and never failing.
flnn hnrtln Tindir'ol fStrn ntmPnv fofn.T.n1
Solvent and Sanford's Inhaler, all in one
package, forming a completo treatment, of all
druggists for Si, Ask for Samfobd's JRabical
Cure. Pottke Dano axd Cbeuical Co.,
oldliH Vol fair Pl.p.
frln f'lnicLri instontlt-
afibcts the Nervous Sys
tem and Banishes Pain.
JMt, CSX tery combined vrltk a
I ciiirrr0A Porou Plnster Tor
i SDFFERMO IFBVC tirB-.T-nx- ...1. it
annihilates Pain, vitalizes Weak and Worn
Out Harts strengthens Tired Muscles, prevents
TltsnOQA onrl Anna mnra in rtra VinlT VtM tmn
than any other plastor in tho world. Sold
Foreign Salmon Shlpaeats for '84.
Eskdale Cutting, 3,000; Scandinavian,
2,500; J. O, Megler, 1,000; Win. Hume,
500; J. W. & Y. Cook. L500. Anglo-
amencan, i,vw. xotai, y,ow.
Itdta B.ldollBt & flo. a.RflO? Avindinn-
vian, iuu; ximmins & (Jo., 2,250! Cnt-
-. ; J IZ ' -"-
iing, j.,uuu. xotai, o,wu.
mu. vsoicsworin josepn nume. 4,uiAl:
Thomes & Knowles, 500; G. T. Mvera,
i,wu; j. w. e v. uook, 1,000; jas. Wil
liams, 2,178; Fishermen's, 1,000; S. El
more, 1,230: Win. Hume. 750. Total.
23. Abervstwith CasfhJ CI "M7nlo,.
3,000; Aberdeen Co. 810; Jno A Devlin,
7,000; Astoria, 2,500; Booth & Go, 1,000;
JW.feV Conk. a.OnO? AnoKlmann
2.000: Geo T Mtcth. l.OOfW TloJnllf Xr nn'
1,000; C Timmins& Co, 750; Total, 22,0C0!
12 Jessie Jamison, to London. Astor
ia, 5,500; "v7m. Some, 6,316; Badollet &
Co., LWX); J. O, Hanthorn, 1,000: C.
Tiromins fc Co., 200; Jno. A. Devlin,
2.000; Geo. T. Myers, 1,000; A. Booth, 1,'
500; P. M. Warren, 1,000; Chitting, 200.
15 Woodlark J. O. Hanthorn, 150;
Jos. Hume, 3,103; Thomes and Knowles,
2,500; G. W. Hume, 650; Pt. Adams, 1,250;
Aberdeen, 1,600; "West Coast, 100; Scan
dinavian. 3,090; Fisherman's, 2.500; Jas.
Williams, 2,000; G. T. Myers, 2,OD0; Sam
Elmore2,000; Union Pacific, 3,000; Co
lombia, 1,000; Badollet & Co., 5,000; J. W:
and V. Cook, 2,500; I. X. L, 1,250; Total,
4. City of Delhi, to IdverpooL 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;
PkCo., 100; Jas. WilUams, 1,500; Geo.
T. Myers, 100; Aberdeen Co.. 1,745: I X
?"?&' ?dam3' 1'255 West Coast.
1,220; G, W. Hume, 625; Jos. Hume, 7,700;
ABtona Pk'g Co., 500. A. Booth & Co,
3,000. Total 48,820.
25. Alameda. J. G. Megler, 5,000;
o81 ack,nff Co., 100; Cutting
f?ilJ9.2'000; J- W. & V. Cook,
2.000: J. O. Hanthorn & Co., 8,250; Ocean
Canning Co., 5,000 ; Hapgood & Co. 2,000 ;
n111'3?0? T- Coleman &
Coioo; Jas. Williams, 1J00; Fisher
man's, L500; Union, 2,000; Columbia
Canning Co, 300; Wm. Hume, 6,050;
Pillar Rock, 2,000. Total, 40,800.
, CTf,lJ Oregon. Geo. T. Myers,
522 ; X1,. 200; Badollet & Co
J; Jh)YC & Cook, 2,000; Jos. Hume.
J2;nFl3,ierm,uia' 4J50? & Elmore,
LO00; Coleman, 2,000; Union, 1,000: Pt-
f50 ''J? Coas 1.000 ; I. X. L,
1.000 ; Columbia, 4.000. Total, 33,730.
22.-mrkwoed: J. G. Megler, 6,000
cases; J. W. & V. Cook, 300? Pt. Ad
ams, 5y)50; West Coast, 400: I X L,
3,750 ; Aberdeen, 6,000: G. W. Hume, 2,
125 ; Occident, 3,000 ; Thomes & Knowles
2,000; Geo. T. Myers, 1,000; Pacific Un
ion, 2500 ; Jno. A. Devlin, 450 ; Eureka.
2,000; Astoria, 800; Ctolurabia, 2,500; S.
Elmore, 101; Jas. Williams, 628; JLnglo
Amerlcan, 200 : Total, 5204.
Good Building Lots
ForStlett Low Rates.
Apply to ;,irFXAX C. KIJSNEY,
- At office ft! Gl&tsep 1011 Cseawiay,
en ths fioftdway.
Pacific Coast Failores.
B. G. Dun & Co.'s Ckimmercial
Agency makes tho following report of
iduures on too jracino coasi aunog
the three quarters ended September
30: California 363, Arizona 18, Neva
da 14, Oregon 163, "Washington ter
Commenting on these figures tho
Bulletin says: "Great stress has
been laid in trade circles over the loss
of northern trade since the opening
01 I he .Northern Pacihc railroad, by
which portions of Oregon and Wash
ington territory have been placed in
direct rail connection with the Atlan
tic states. So far this has not been
attended with all the benefits expect
ed. The same thing has happened to
the north that happened to Califor
nia, upon tho completion of it3 first
overland railway connections, 'ine
event was discounted some time in
advance by overtrading, with the in
evitable result which always follows
that sort of thine. Oregon and
"Washington territory have been pass
ing through similar experience in the
past year. The markets there have
been glutted with eastern merchan
dise. The heavy stocks carried at
the north have been in excess of the
demand, and the difficulty in getting
rid of these stocks at a profit and for
cash has brought trouble upon Ore
gon and "Washington territory mer
chants. "While the number of fail
ures in California this year is 14 per
cent larger than last year, in Oregon
there has been an increase of 208 per
cent, and in "Washington territory
2l4 per cent.
An Anecdote of Lincoln and Davis.
Judge David Daviswho for eight
years rode the same judicial circuit
in Illinois with Abraham Lincoln,
relates many capital anecdotes about
him. One was a scene in conrt soon
after Davis was appointed judge,
whjen a fellow named Lindsay had
been indicted for highway robbery.
Lindsay had pleaded guilty, in tho
hopo that the court would give him
the lightest sentence imposed by law.
The crime, however, had no lenient
features, and the character of its per
petrator was very bad. At the close
of the term Lindsay was arraigned
forsentenee. The judge alluded to
the youth of the prisoner, and dwelt
upon tho enormity of his crime. He
had robbed a helpless man of his
hard-earned wages, and committed a
crime that tho law characterized as
akin to murder. Gathering wrath
and indignation as he proceeded, the
judge closed his philippic with the
werds: "Lindsay, I sentence you to
seven years in the Illinois legis
Abraham Lincoln was a quiet ob
server. He arose with a quaint gleam
of humor in his face, and said: "May
it please your honor, as the friend of
the coart, allow me to suggest that
the constitution does not permit cruel
and unusual punishment Your
honor has sent this man to the legis
lature when he ought to go to the
"The difference is so slight that the
court has no hesitation in adopting
the suggestion of its learned and ex
perienced adviser, tho judge re
sponded. Thereupon he imposed the
full sentence of the law, and every
body laughed except the defendant
and his counsel. Sen. Perley Poore.
This is the time of the year when
the stove-pipe joke comes out The
stove-pipe joke is always on the man
who doesn't get the "silker" won on
"Sleep, nature's sweet restorer," is
the best grindstone we know of to
brighten one's ideas.
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 neelect a Couch.
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
SKIS DIHKAMEM CUBED
By Dr. Frazier's Magic Ointment
Cures as it by magic: Pimples, Black
Heads or Grubs, Blotches and Erup
tions on the face, leaving the face
clear, healthy and beautiful. Also
cures Itch, SaltBheum, Sore Nipples,
Sore Lips, Old, Obstinate Ulcers and
Sores, etc. Sold by all druggists and
mailed on receipt of price, 50 cents.
FRAZLEB MEDICINE CO., Prop'rs.
Dr. Frazier's Root Bitters.
Frazier's Boot. Bitters are not a
dram shop beverage,. but are strictly
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,
build up the nerves, and cleanse the
blood and system of evey impurity.
Sold by druggists. $100.
Hodoe, Davis & Co., Portland Agents
There is a growing demand on all
sides for remedies agreeable to the
taste as well as beneficial in effect, and
the leading physicians and druggists
gladly welcome to the list of new reme
dies an preparations possessing real
merit aiia a pleasant taste. It is now
uurauiea oy an wno nave tried the new
remedy, which is having such an im
mense sale Svmti of VIps thnf if t
the most agreeable and efficacious prep
aration ever discovered. If you want
the nest of ail Liver medicines and pur-
Rrrv?r'vui,U1' x":s " your cnoice.
BLaKb0xUfee and. larKe bottIes for
sale by W. E. Dement
The receipts of certain articles of Or
egon produce, at San Francisco, from
January 1.1884, to Sept 17, 1884, inclu
sive, have been as folio ws :
.Flour, qr sks...
Tallow, pkra ..... ""
Beef, hVs.V....JZ. Z
Hay, bales. .........""
Quicksilver, fUtQc ,- ' "-
Frolt. Dried pkgs HZ
CaaBed Goods, cs,
- JS. "1B7
V .(ROYAL MS?.".! Ji B 1 P 1 O life
few JSjaJ .0H1 t(l0Sra 5 b(
This powder never varies. A marvi'I of
purity, strenKtu and u holeiuuivness. .More
ocononilcal thnn the nlin.iry kinds, and
cannot he sold in competitions! th the mul
titude ot low test short veihr, alum or
pnospnate powaers. soia. only in cans, kov
al Baking I'owdkr Co., iog Wali-sL N Y.
The rauon that Tin-(.tit-.. etiunot gel cured vf
SE3IIXAL WE ASSESS. LOSS OF tfA.V
UOOD.andthtrtsultcf alutt.dxteaie or excesses,
ts 01MJ17 to a complication called PROSTA TOR
RUE A. DR. LIEBIO'S ISVIGORATOR
the OSLl'cursorPROSTATORRJIEA. Pmx.
fj.00 ptr paclarjt, 6 paclagu. 810 tO. Oasde to
Health and Self-Analyst ttnt free. Address LIE
V.ia DISPESSARYfor Disnsei of if en.
410 Ucartj St.. Sin Francisco, Cut.
Frank and Clear.
IXnvinsr Admitted the Strcusth of
the Evidence a Prominent Phy
Hician takes Logical Actlcn.
Tho following letter tolls iU own story. The
signatures will ho recognized as that of the
Physician-In-Chief of tho Do Qnincy Home,
and author of "Drng3 That Enslave," "The
Hypodermic Injection of Morphine," A Man'
nal of Nursinjr." and many other popular and
valuable special medical werks:
191 WEST TCITH STRhKT. 1
Nkw Yobit, Aucust 11. 1SS0. J
Messts. Seakurt & Jonxso.v,
Gentlemen: Like most of my profession, I
am cautions about pinning my fai'h to any
now medicino or curative agent. But your
BENSON'S CAPCLVE POROUS PLASTER
has broken through the barriers and won its
way to my good opinion. My attention was
Grst called to it somo eight months ago by a
patient of mine Although I was well ac
quainted with tho superior excellonco of your
other plaster and antiseptic dressing, made
especially for tho profession, tho Benson's
was comparatively now to mo. I had hoard,
however, of its merits as a remedy, in cases
of Lame Back, Local Rheumatism, Neural
gia. Congestion of tho Bronchial Tubes and
Lungs. Dyspepsia, Torpid Liver and tho liko
affections, and havo since begun to experi
ment with it porsonally. I find BENSON'S
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 have convinc
ed mo that there is no single article so valu
ablo for popular use, nor so holpful in the
disea3cs I havo named.
Should you desiro to do so, you may uso my
namo to that effect.
Very truly yours,
U. H.KANE, A. M..M.D.
Tho gonuino havo tho word CAPCLNE cut
in the center. Price 23 cents.
Soabury & Johnson, Chemists. New York.
JlnlH Street, Astoria, Oregon.
CSEGJIA.1 S; BERRY, PUOFEIETOItS.
RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN-
tlon of the public to the fact that the
above Market will always be supplied with a
FULL VARIETY AND BEST QUALITY
FRESH AKD CURED MEATS I !
Which will be sold at lowest rates, whole
sale and retail.
eFSpecial attention ghen to supplying
WYATT & THOMPSON.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS,
Crockery and Glassware.
TVT1.11 Feed., JEItc,
WHERRY & C0BLPAWY,
Fresh and Cured Meats,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITE OCCDDENT HOTEL,
CIIEXA2ICS Street, Astoria, Oe
Hotel and Restaurant Keepers,
ASTOBIA LIQUOR STORE,
AUG. DANIELSQN, - - rroprietor.
Rebuilt aad. Refitted. Throughout.
The Best of
For a Good Cigar, call for one of
"naniiitcnn'a Rpc "
Comer West 9th and Water Streets, Astoria. J
xay yflty (fiSi) '& -fjff
BSil9JS-kc3jrfSSbbL.n ?3,9PKf3stlffJn BSSSSBSSSSSS?
TnEY RECEIVED THE
For FLAX THREADS at the
London Fisheries Exhibition 1883.
And have been awarded K1CHER PRIZES at the various
Than the goods of any other
TN HIE "WORLD.
Quality enn Always bd Depeud9d m
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
517 and 519 Market Street, - - San Francisco,
Agents Tor Pacific Coast.
Seine Twine?, Rope and Netting Constantly on Hand.
s T 0
Bobber llnntins Boots, Coats, Eats,
Caps, Gossamers, etc.
Rubber, Leather acil Cotton Ztcttlng,
r.ichlnsr. Hose. etc.
PRESTON, NOTT & CO.,
1 64. First Street, Portland, Or.
STATE OF OREGON, COUNTY OF CLAT
By virtue of a decree of foreclosure and an
order of sale issued out of the Circuit Court
of the State of Oregon for the County of
Clatsop in faor of The Fisherman's Packing
Company, plaintiff and against Robert Ham
ilton and Sarah Hamilton, defendants, for
the sum of S788.6S-100 with interest at the
rate of ten per cent, per annum from the
6th day of August. 18S4, and costs of suit
taxe i at S23.&0 and for the sale of the follow
ing described property, to-wit : The SE H
ot the NE if. the N Yt of the SE X and the
SWK of 3EJ of Section No. 14 in Township
No 5 North of Range . West, and contain
ing over 160 acres, nil being, and situate in
Clatsop Counry, State of Oregon, I did on
tue 22nu any or beptemoer. isf. levy upon
said real estate aforesaid together with all
and singular, the tenements, hereditaments
and appurtenances therunto belonging or
in anywise t Hereunto appertaining includ
ing all building Improvements thereon
And I hall proceed to sell the sam at
public auction and to the highest bidder for
cash, at the court h -use door, in said countv
and state, on the 27th day of October, 1881,
at 2 o'clock r. ai. of said day to satisfy said
decree and foreclosure together with the
costs of sale and accruing costs.
W. G. ROSS.
Sheriff Clatsop County, Oregon
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
meeting of the tax payers of School Dis
trict No. 18, will be held at the school house
on the 10th day of October. 1881, at the hour
of 7 o'clock P.M., to consider the proposi
tion of borrowing $2,500 for three jears.
drawing interest ai a rate ot ten percent,
per annum; and to mortgage the school
property for the pajment thereof. Said
money to be used In building a new school
By order of the Board this 23th day of
c. w. snrvELY,
Clerk School District No. IS,
Clatsop County, Oregon.
BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL
noon on Saturday October 4. 1SS4, at the
office of the county clerk of Clatsop county
for the construction of a county bridge across
the Nekanlkum creek upon the county road
ordered by the cnuty court of the State of
Oregon for the county of Clatsop at Its reg
Flans and specifications of the proposed
bridge can be seen at the office of the county
By order of the county commissiones
Attest : C. J. TRKNCHARD,
Astoria. Or., Sept. 12 1834.
)NE HOUSE AND LOT IN ALDER
brook. For particulars inquire of
dw THOMES & KNOWLES,
Notice of Assignment.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATK
of Oregon, for Clatsop County :
In the matter of the assignment of S. J. Bid-
well, insolvent debtor :
Notice Is hereby given that 8. J. Bidwell
has made an assignment in tho above enti
tled court, for the benefit of allher creditors,
in proportion to the amount of their respect
he cUims : That the undersigned was on the
7th day of August, 1SS4, 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, Clatsop County, Oregon, under oath
within three months alter said appointment.
Assignee of the Estate of
S. J. Bidwell, Insolvent Debtor.
THE ASSESSMENT ROLL OF SCHOOL
District No. is, Clatsop County. Oregon,
is now equalized and the Hon. Board or
School Directors for said district nave Issued
warrants for the undersigned to collect tha
school tax now due said district. Taxpayers
will save cost by paying the same to the
School Clerk or his deputy who will bo found
at all times at his office on West 6th street,
one house south of Wall street.
Clerk School District No. 18.
Dated at the City of Astoria, Clatsop Co.
Oregon, August 30th, 18S4.
Notice to Whom It May Concern.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed Administrator of the estate
of John Huhtala deceased, all persons
bai Ing claims against said estate are nereby
requested topresent such claims dulyvenfled
within six months of the date of this notice
at my residence in Upper Astoria, CJaUop
Astoria, July 23, 1884.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THATTHB
undersigned have been appointed exec
utors of the will and testament, of Lloyd
van Dusen, deceased, and all persons hav
ing claims against the estate of tho said de
ceased are requested to present the some at
tneofflcoof Brenham Van Dusen, In Asto
ria, Oregon, within six months from this
B. VAN DUSEN,
H. J. VAN DUSEN.
. , Executors and Trustees.
Astoria, October l, 1834.
A LL PERSONS INT)ERTKT TO TTTR
a- late firm of A. Van Dusen & Co. are re
quested to call and settle such indebtedness
Immediately. Bv reason of the decease of
one of the members of the firm it Is neces
sary to settle up the firm business at once.
H.. J. VAN DUSEN.
... . Executors and Trustees.
Astoria, October 2. 1834.
THE TAXPAYERS OF SCHOOL Dis
trict No. l, Clatsop County, Oregon, are
notified that the school tax of said district
for the year 1834, is now due and payable at
the office of the undersigned in Astoria, Or
egon, and that the same will be deemed de
linquent unless paid within 60 davs from the
date of this notice. J.O. BOZORTH,
. District Clerk.
Astoria, August 11th, 1884.
"SECURE THE SHADOW
Ere the substance fade, and when you visit
Portland, make it a part of your business to
caU on W. H. Towe, at the San Fran
cisco Gallery. S. W. corner First and
Morrison-streets, and hate youxphotograp
tftktR la Hie kighttt style of the art.
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