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-NOVEMBER IP. 18S4
FORT OF ASTORIA.
Queen of the Pacific as. S F Nov IS
Golden Gate. Br bk Qneenstoirn Not IS
H&relock, Br ep Antwerp Not 18
Besio Markbam.l'rbk Qnecnstowc Nor IB
ARRIVALS PROM SKA.
Western Belle. Am bk 11S5 Naea-aki Nor IB
VESSELS IN TEE RIVER.
Cltr of A then. Br sp
Werrt. Her bk
Oarna Winslow, Am
Gay O. Goss. Am bk
MtWasbineton. Am id
O S Bement, An sp
bk Scottish Chief. Br bk
Ora Oonkln Br bk
Belie of Azron,
Kelvin, Br bk
VESSELS OS THE WAY.
Froirt ForeJjrM lJorts. for the
Allahabad. Br bk 1US Hong Kong
Annie M, Law Br ap S F Oct 14
Archer. BrbkTfiS Liverpool Nov 8
Ann Millluent. Br bk 992 Coqnimbo Sopt 10
Abbey Cowper, Br bk 600 Mollendo
Abbey Town, Brbk 702 Talcahnano
Eaokdale. Br bk 12tB Valparaiso
Barraconta, Br bk 610 Valparaiso
Brittania, Ger bk Liverpool Jane 20
Banc. Br bk 1000 Glasgow July 29
Chilena, Brbk (SO Callao
Craig Mnllen. Br bklCI Valparaiso
OornuTia, Br bk99 Mollendo
Olan Ferguson, Br bk 779 Buenos Ayres Sept 2
Baaterhilt. Br bk 890 Brisbane May 2
Gwynedd, Br bk 1053 Montevideo Aug 80
liareloek, Br sp 107Sf Buenos Ayres Ang 2
Haidee, Brbk7S Liverpool Oct 4
Janet McNeil, 893 Liverpool Aug 2C
Joseta. Ger bk 875 Liverpool Oct 2
King Oednc, Br sp 1491 San Pedro Oct SO
Klncardinshire Br bk Glasgow Ang II
River Leven. Br bk 775 Valparaiso
Lucayas, Br bk44t! Valparaiso Sept 27
McN'ear. 1303 Am sp Manilla Sept 17
Mary Low, Brbk 55 Buenos Ayres
Mary Blondell. Br bk 622 Vclpa-aiso
Ophelia, 1154 Liverpool May 00
Peter Stuart, Brsp 147 Wollinztoi Sept 25
Perthshire. Br bk 59G Valparaiso Oct 9
Renfrewshire. Br sp 833 Glasgow Aug SI
Tillie K. Starbuck, Am sp 1S31 N Y
Ullock, Br bk 779 Newcastle Oct 1
Varuna. Br bk 1:71 Liverpool, May II
Km. D. Seed, Br bit 716 IquiQui
WordSeld, Br bk Montevideo July 2C
From American Perts.
0. 5. Hulbert Am bk New V ork July 21!
TIttK TABLE FOB ASTORIA.
HIGH WATER. LOW WATER.
First, Second. First. Second.
2223 2 323
ft H S H S H g H S
h. m. JS ft. m. JS h. m. ,5 ft. m. ,8
4 23 7'5 10 49
The Hours between mid .utit and nuoji are
designated by a (a. m.), those between uoon
and midnight by p (p. m.). Oft. 00m a denotes
mid night, oft. 00m. p denotes noon.
The height is reckom-d from the level of
average lower low waters to which thesound-
"w mc K"c "us ina.M purvey cnaris.
Columbia River Exports.
gWhe&t, 627.S30 bus S442.8R3
jFlour. 1.98S bbls...... 5.960
Salmon, 39,317 cs ... ..... 165 418
Lumber," 838 M. 7,600
Total, (15 cargoes)... ..$62i,86l
S-5T0 Queenstown per Prince Umbcrto.
wheat, 70,955 bus .... . ... $40,050
tTo Gloucester, per Timaru.
03.510 bus. WhPat .. 43,828
To Queensloicnper Abeona
Wheat, 51,455 bus $3a.0oo
To Bristol per Co. of Merioneth.
Wheat, 61,668 bus $41,800
10 To Queenstown per Dunzcgan.
Wheat, 53,492 bus . .... 835.305
11 To Queenstown per Cyprus
Wheat. 59,489 bus $23,263
14-To Tyncdockper Ryevalc.
Wheat, 49 285 bus $34,750
15 To Newcastle per Glcnogle.
"Wheat, 56,619 $38,217
17 To Quecnstaicn per Golden Gate.
"Wheat 52, 237 bus $33,800
17 To Antwerp per Harcloek.
-"Wheat, 61,420 bus ... . $41,700
17 To Queenstown per Bessie Markham.
Wheat. 47 886 bus . 531,600
D II R B eb
1 11 14a 84
2 11 54 8-3
3 0 41 74
4 1 34 7-4
5 2 25 "'3
6 3 1C 7-2
7 4 09 7'0
8 0 02 G-S
9 C 01 G'G
10 7 02 G5
11 8 01 G'G
12 8 5G G 9
13 9 43 7'4
14 10 27 8-0
13 1101 85
1C 11 88 89
17 0 41 72
18 1 22 74
19 2 02 7 4
20 2 42 7-3
21 3 18 72
22 356 71
23 4 SO 70
24 5 21 G'S
3 6 07 6-C
2G 655 68
27 7 47 71
28 8 41 7-5
29 9 37 7 9
SO 10 30a 83
07 5 56p
0'8 6 55
10 7 48
1'4 8 34
18 9 20
23 10 04
26 10 50
29 11 43
30 - -02
05 1 47
07 2 58
09 4 08
1-0 5 05
1-2 0 56
14 7 37
1-7 8 IS
1-9 8 4b
21 9 20
2-4 9 54
26 10 29
27 11 07
2-8 11 49
2-7 - -05
07 2 01
l'O 3 It
1-2 4 22
13 5 29p
Krabbcr liautlraz Boots, Conti, Data,
Caps, Gossamer, etc.
Kubber, Leather and Cotton Beltfns,
racking, I!or. etc.
3 PRESTON, NOTT & CO.,
1 64, First Street, Portland, Or.
IHE PREMfSES FORMERLY OCCU
r med-bv Mrs. Wallman as a hoardim
-uutuc auasaiuuii uu 1.110 corner oi wesi-oill
and Cedar streets, are for rent. For par-
- jaJT1riiliirf nrrlTiT
""" - JOHN HAHN.
Temple Lodge, Wo. 7A.F.A.M.
first and third Tuesdays In cachVjf
month, at 7J5 o'clock, r. m., at tho'rv
Hall in Astona. 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- .atfiji
ery Thursday evening atnaPKi.
seven o'clock, at the Lodge:gl3p
room In Odd Fellows Hall, Asio- 'w
ria. Sojourning members of th'c order In
good standing, cordially invited to attend.
By order N. G.
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O.F.
REGULAR MKEIINGS OF OCEAN EN
campment No. 13. I. O. O. F., at the
Lodge, in the Odd Fellows Building, al
seven p. i on the second and fourth
Mondays of each xnoath. Sojourning breth
ren cormauy umrea.
By order C P.
Seaside Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W.
KEGTJLAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
Lodge No. 12, A. O. O. VT. 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 alien a. unrarv win be
open fifteen minutes before and after each
meeting. By order M. W.
Astoria Lodge No. 40. L O. Q.I.
REGULAR MEETING EVERY MON
day evening at 7 -JX) o'clock, in the Hall
over Mr. Case's store. Members of the Or-
aer.-iu good standing, aie ln ited to attend.
By order "W. C. T.
American Legion of Honor.
REGULAR MEETING OF ASTORIA
Council No 905 is held on the first and
third Tuesday of each month, at 7 o'clock v.
M. By order of the Council Commander.
Occident Council No. 5. 0. C. P.
MEETS EVERY FIRST AND THIRD
Mondav 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. VKitlug com
rades cordially invited. By oi der
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 Mten-i.
"W. A. SHERMAN,
K.ofR. and S.
Astor Lodge No. 6. K. of P.
"REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS
' Lodge every "Wednesday evening, at
7 -30 o'clock, at their lodge room. In P thiau
Castle. Sojourning Knights cordially invit
ed to attend. W. L. ROBB.
K. of K. and S.
Aatoria Division No. One, Uniform
Rank, K. of P.
REGULAR MEETING ON THE FIRST
Thursday of each month, in their .Ar
mory Hall, in Pythian Castle, at 8 r. m. Reg
ular drills on the second, third and fourth
Thursday of each month, at such place as
shall be designated by the Ommander.
Sojourning Sir Kn"ght cordially Invited
to meetings and drills.
REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND
fourth Tuesday evenings of each month
at Vt o'clock.
fiS"Persons desiring to have matter acted
upon by tho Council, at any regular meet
ing must present the- same to the Auditor
and Clerk, on or before the Friday e ening
prior to me lucsaay on wuicn the council
holds its regular meeting.
THUS. 5. JEWKTT,
Auditor and Clerk.
Ordinance No. 704.
An ordinance concerninc disorderly
The city of Astoria does ordain as
Sec 1. If any person or ncrsons
shall carry any basket or baskets, buck
et or DUCKets, oas or uafis or any other
thing suspended from or attached to
poles across or upon the shoulders, or
shall carry any rubbish, garbage, swill
or filth so as to be offensive to pedestri
ans, upon any smewaiK tney shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and
upon the conviction thereof beore the
police court, shall be punished by a fine
of not less than five dollars or more
than one hundred dollars, or by im
prisonment of not leas than one or
more than twenty days, in the city jail.
Sec. 2. If any person shall remove,
transfer, or transport through any of
the public streets of the city of Astoria
any swill or garbage, except it be in a
tightly covered box or apparatus, or in
such a manner as will prevent the con
tents thereof from being deposited in
the public street, or from being exposed
in the open at during such process of
transportation shall be guilty of a mis
demeanor and upon conviction thereof
shall be fined not less than five nor
more than one hundred dollars or by
imprisonment in the city jail not les
than ono nor more than twenty days.
Sec 3. If any person or persons shall
.cut, saw, or split any wood on the side
walk of any improved street within the
city, shall upon conviction thereof be
fined not less than two or more thau one
hundred dollars, or by imprisonment in
the city jail until such fine and costs of
action are paid, not exceeding twenty
Sec 4. Any person who shall post,
stick, itamp, paint or otherwise affix or
cause to be done by another any notice,
placird, bill, poster or advertisement to
or upon any side walk, "crosswalk, curb
or curbstone, lamppost, hydrant, shade
tree or tree, or upon any gate, gate-post,
awning, awning-post, horse post, iele
graph or telephone poles, or shall post,
stick, stamp or otherwise affix or cause
to be aone by another, any notice, plac
ard, bill, poster or advertisement upon
any building wall or part thereof with
out first obtaining permission ot the
owner, agent or occupant otsuch prem
ises, shall be deemed guilty ot a misde
meanor and upon conviction thereof,
shall be fined not less than two or more
than one hundred dollars or by impris
onment in the jail of said city until such
fine and costs of action are paid, not to
exceed twenty days.
Sec. 5. In case of conviction of any
of tho offenses mentioned in this ordi
nance, the court shall adjudge the offen
der to pav the costs of prosecution, and
shall in default of payment of fine and
costs commit the offender to the city
jail for a term of imprisonment not ex
ceeding twenty days, and in all cases
where the term of punishment in the
city jail in lieu of a fine shall not be fix
ed by thePolicfi Judge the offender
shall be imprisoned in default of pav
ment-of fine one day for each two dol
lars of such fine; provided that in no
caso -the term of imprisonment shall
exceed a period of twenty days.
Sec 6. It shall be the duty of the
Chief of Police and the police force to
see that the provisions of this ordinance
Passed the Common Council Novem
ber 12, 1884.
Attest; T. S. Jewett.
- i Auditorjand Clerk.
And Evory Species of Itching
and Burning Diseases Posi
ECZEMA, or Salt Hhoam. with its asonii
ing it hin? ard b-irninp. imtinth ro
hcvod by a wirm bath with Olticuka
iOAr, nod a single application of ClTicuitA.
ho great Skin Cure. 'Ihis ro eated daily
with two or hrco docs of Cltk uisa Kl-
?lL,Yi,':xT th. ew 1,ood P"riCcr. to keep
the blood cool, tho pcrppira i-n puro anil un
irritatinp, tho boM-els open, the liver and kid
neys active, will s-cedilv euro Eczema. 'let
ter. Ring worm. PforiiMs. Lichen I'ruiituj.
called Head. JJandruff. and every siccic. of
Itching, scaly, and Pinu ly llun-ors o' the
Fcalp and Skin, when the best physicians and
all known remedies fail.
Will Jlcttonntil. 2M2 Dearborn St.. Chi
cago, gratefully acknowledges a cure of Salt
Jlheum on head, neck, face, arms, and leg?
for seventeen rears; notablo tovalk except
on hands a- d knees for ono year: nor able to
help himsolf for eight years; tried hundred?
of remedies; doctors pn-nounccd his case
hopeless; permanently cured by Ci ticuka
Resoi.VT (blood i urifien internally, and
i CTicUKA and Ctjticuka bOAl- tho great
emu cures; esiernaiiy.
law. IIoucIitoji. I -q., law cr, 23.
TV r -v"""i "i1""" v;b ui .-un
hnpum under his observation for ten Years,
wnicnc yerea tne patient s boay and Iimb,
and to which all t-non methods of treat
ment h d been applied wrhoutbcnefiLwhicb
wa completely cured ilel by tho Cuticvrx
Rkmkdies. leaving a clean and healthy skin.
V. tJ. Ir.ilil Kn- llntn.ir t:.l. ...r
fflrPfl untnld tnrtMrnafmn, o1t irl.n... i.:-i.
appeared on Lis hands, head and faco. and
V. "v" uis eyes. Alter tho nion
careful doctoring and a con'ultat on of phyi-
riSflR failed in 1MiAtrA.Tiin. lm ..! !.. r,....
CVUA 1CF.MKD1KS. and was cured, and has
remained 0 19 aaic.
ilr. John Tlilcl U;ilrne1.rrZ i .;
I nar0 suffered from Salt Ithe'um for c-er
uikui years, at times so bad that 1 could not
attend to my business for weeks at a time.
Three borpj; nF f'ttTTi'triFA .nA rr L.m..
Uioj.vekt, have entirely cured mo of this
Sold by all druggists. Prico : Cuticura,
50 els.: KnOt-VK-NT ! snn.o;,i, fnt-
TFJS. DCCO AJD CUKMICVtc'CO., Bo3.on.
Send for "How to Cnre Skla itlseascs."
nTTrriTCUItA SOAP. AnexqumloToi,
.y -m..101, jjjio, anu nursery :ensa-
milE Great Balsamic Dis-
te JL tlllatlon of "Witch Hazel,
$& American Pine, Can ula rir,
3SKx3larisrlil, Clover Blossom.
etc., aiuca uniorrs itad
ical Cure, for the immedi
ate relief and pennant nl
'-a cure oi every lonn oi caiari n
L trnm i .l.itiln f?i1l in llin
Hrad to Los of Smell. Taste
onc box Catarrhal Solvent
and one Improved Inhaler.
in one package, may now be had of all
Drneirlsts for SI .00. Ask for SAXFORD'fc
Complete Treatment with Inhaler
for One Dollar.
"The only absolute leclfic wo know of."
3ff . Times. "1 he best we have found in
a lifetime of sufferin-,'." Ilev. Br. Wiggin,
Boston. "After a lone strugs'e with Cat. rrh
the Radical Cuhk has conquered."- Uev.
S. TV. Monroe, Lcwibbvrgh. I'a. " I have
not found a case that it did not relieve a
once." tidrctr Lee. Manchester. .Vo&c
For tho relief and preven
tion, tin iiislnnt it ! up
plu d, of 1 hcnmatism.Xcu
ralgia. Sciatica. Cough.
Colds. Weak Buck' toinacli
and Bowels. Shooting Pain.
Palpitation. Dyspepsia, I iv
cr Complaint, biliousFcrer.
Malaria and Kpidcmics.ufe
(olltn'is l't:thtcrs(an litre
trie Itaffcry combined
with a Tornus riaslri )anu
laugb fit rain. 25c everywhere
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Brier Pipes,
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
CORXER MAIN AND CHENAMUS STS.
The reason that Thomuudt an t.ot y-i cj.yJ of
SCillSAL WEARS ESS. LOSS OF JM.V
IlOOD.andtheretultofabate.diteaseorerettsft, is owing to a complication called PJiOSTA TOU
RllEA. DR. LIEDIG'S JSFJGORATOn is
the OSLTeurcforPnOSTATOnnilEA. Price,
2.00 per paclage, 6 pad ages. glO 00. Guide to
Health and Self-Andlvst srnt free. Address LIE
DIG DISPESSA r. Yfor Dt vase of Jr.i .
4iO Geary .'' t, A-j ten. Cat
Frank and Clear.
Ilnvins Admitted tho Stroii-jth of
tho Evidence a Prominent Phy
sician takes I.OKlcal Action.
The following letter tells iti own story. The
t Ignaturo will bo recognised 'as that of thi
Physician-In-Chicfof tho Do Quincy Home
and author of "Drugs That Enslave," "Thi
Hypodermic Injection of Morphine," A Man
ual of Nursing," and many other popular and
valuable special medical werks:
191 West Tram Steeft,
New York, August 11. 18S0. J
JIessts. Seieuet & Jonxsoy,
Gentlemen-Like most of my profession, 1
arn cautious about pinning my faith to anj
now medicine or curative agent- But youi
BENSON'S CAPCINE POROUS PLASTER
has broken through tho barriers and won it?
way to my good opinion. My attention wa?
first called to it some eight months ago by a
patient of mino Although I was well ac
quainted with tho superior esccllcnco of your
other plaster and antiseptic dressing, made
especially for the profession, tho Benson's
was comparatively new to mo. I had heard,
however, of its merits as a remedy, in case
of Lame Back, Local Rheumatism, Neural
gia. Congestion of tho 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
CAPCLNE PLASTER an exceptionally clean
ly plaster to uso, and rapid in its action.
Many tests of its qualities, medo in my own
family and among my patients havo convinc
ed mo that there is no smglo article so valu
able for popular use, nor so help'ful in the
diseases I have named.
Should you desire to do so, you may uso my
name to that effect
Very truly yours,
The genuine have tho word CAPCLNE cut
in the center. Price 23 cents.
Seaburr 4 Johnson, CttaliU, Nw York.
rfo'v nrati 10 Jos oi smell. Taste
f' V larrhal CoiLsumption. Coin-
? plete treatment, consist in;:
. ...,r Vof one bottle 1'adical Cure.
sc i rnc r-v
MKiKwmr7JS' S3x faeSvTvsf
-rrr- r-rV! BV
Points Ont the Caues That Led to Cleve
St. Paul, jSov. 17. Theodore
Roosevelt, of 2'ew York, passed
through St Paul to-day, en route to
his cat:k ranches on tbo Littlo Mis
souri, wiiere he will remain until the
holidays. On being interviewed
on nresidenlinl politics, he said:
"oorry? Of course I am sorry.
My friends raid myself worked hard,
earnestly and honestly for Blaine,
and as von see, wo held New York
City to all that could bo expected of
it, in fact to the Garfield figures of
"What caused the defeat?".
'A combination of untowardness.
If the Conkling wing of the stalwarts (
had been true, if Burchard's terrible (
alliteration had not been sprung (
upon us so lato in the campaign, if i
that 'soap' dinner at Delmonico's had
not come off, cr if the prohibitionists
had been as honest and conscientious ,
as they claimed, in brief, if any one of
these 'opposing factors had been
eliminated, Blaiue would have won.'
EOSCOE CONKTjIXG ECOKEP.
"I am glad that Roscoo Conkling
that flatulent pouter pigeon of poli
tics is out of the Rcpnblicau party
at last He has worked it enough
evil, dear knows. His stalwart fol- I
lowers are not the main body of stal
warts. They were truo as steoL He
got a chance at Blaine, and used it to
gratify his own personal animosities.
As for Conkling, he can stand on his
forked end and spout more inflated
nonsense than any public man in the
country. He is not a mental giant, nor
a statesman at all, in the true sense of
the word. Gifted in wire-pulling, his
bombastic periods catch groundlings,
and can sometimes win a majority jto
his side, but I deny him the qualities
of statesmanship. " Ho is a traitor to
tho Republican party, and it is non
sense for any one to talk of Republi
can legislators joining with the Dem
ocrats to send him to the United
States. There is no danger of that,
unless Cleveland is a blasted fool he
cannot offer him a cabinet portfolio.
Conkling is as practically dead po
litically as ever.
Twenty-two thousand men are
bnilding ships in tho United States.
Twenty-two millions of dollars are
ship-builders' capital; 310,000,000 a
year is the product And in the
transportation trade for our railway
trains aro also our ships we employ
nearly 2,000,000 people; and our in
fant manufactures give employment
to nearly twice as many more. Our
ship-building interests are just awak
ening from a long, peaceful slumber.
Railroad building in this country has
scarcely commenced, and who can
limit the possibilities in the growth
of our manufacturing interests.
Baked milk is recommended for
invalids. To prepare it, ''Put a half
gallon of milk in a jar and tie it
down with writing paper. Lot it
stand in a moderate oven eight or ten
hours. It will bo like cream and i3
PILES! PILES! PILES!
A. SURE CUttE POILN'D 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 Remedy,) called Dr. William's In
dian Pile Ointment. A single box has
cured tho worst chronic cases of 25
or 30 years standing. No ono need
suffer live 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
Read what the Hon. J. M. Coffinber
ry of Cleveland says about Dr. Wil
liam's Indian Pile Ointment: I have
used scores of Pile Cures, and it af
fords mo pleasure to say that I havo
never found anything " which gave
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 have used
many remedies. I have used Dr. Wil
liam's Indian Pile Ointment and been
cured while every other remedv has
failed." For sale by all druggists and
mailed on receipt of price, S1.00.
FRAZLER MEDICINE CO., Proprie
tors, CliEVEIiAXD, O.
Carnahan & Co.
I. W. CASE,
IMP0RTER.S AND WHOLESALE AND
KKTAIL DEALERS IN
Corner Chenamua and Cass streets.
ASTORIA .... OREGON
H. B, PARKER
Hay, Oats, and Straw,
Brick. Cement, and Sand.
Wood Delivered to Order.
Draying, Teaming, and Express Business
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
ALJi?FrS?'AXDIJfG WARRANTS DDE
DV IhA titv rt 1M..I. ...Ill v.. ..I J 1...
the City Ireasurer at his offlce. on and after
:"".! Auicrust ceases irom this date.
J. G. HUSTLER.
Astoria, 0. 25, lew.
This powder neer varies. A marvel of
purity, st-enjith and wliolc-soineues?. Jlorc
economical tit in the ordinary kinds, and
cannot ie sold In competition with I he mul
titude ot lovr test short weight, alum or
pliospaat" powders. 2ola oniu in cans. ko'
at. Baking Towoeb Co., 10G Wali-st. N. Y
Street Improvement Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of Astoria
propose to order the improvement of
iliac porium ot ivLst r inn street in mc
city of Astoria as laid out and recorded
by J. 31. Shively, between Hemlock and
Pine streets by piling, capping and
T1ol.irilT on1 filtinrr finrl rrroi-llnfr l-lia
same to the established grade, to a
wuitn ot 1( leet in the center thereof.
And unless a remonstrance sisned
by the owners of two thirds of the
property fronting on the said
portion of said street be filed
with the Auditor and Clerk within ten
days of the final publication of this no
tice viz: Tuesday December 2, 1884, the
unmtnon uouncii win oroer saw im
provement to be made.
By order of the Common Council.
Attest: T. S. Jkwett,
Auditor and Clerk
Astoria, November 14, 1884.
Street ImDrovement Notice.
NOTICE is hereby civen that the
Common Council of the City of Astoria,
propose to order the improvement of
mat portion ot 1'ine street in the City
of Astoria as laid out and recorded by
J. M. Shively, between East Fifth street
and East Seventh street, by filling and
grading thesame to ifs established grade
to a width of sixteen feet in the center
And unless a remonstrance sicrned bv
the owners of two-thirds of the proper
ty fronting on said portion ot said street
be filed with the Auditor and Clerk
within ten dajs of the final publication
of this notice, viz: Tuesday, December
2, 1834, the Common Council will order
said improvement to ue made.
By order of the Common Council.
Attest: T. S. Jewett,
Auditor and Clerk.
Asloria, November 14, 1884.
Ordinance No. 703.
An ordinance regulating the man
agement of fires and the protection of
of Astoria does ordain as
Sec. 1. The Common Council of the
city of Astoria shall at its first meeting
in October of each year appoint from
each company of the fire department of
me uuy ui vsioria lour active mcinoers
to ue recommended by the Chief ISngi
neer of the fire department to act as
me puuett ;a anu uuring an iires.
Sec. 2. That the fire noliceso annoint
ed shall, at all fires, under direction of
the Chief of Police, to place ropes or
guarus across an streets on wnicii snail
be situated any building ou fire and at
such other points as may be deemed ex
pedient and necessary by the Chief En
gineer of the fire department and they
shall prevent any and all persons ex
cept members of the department who
snail lie Known uy their badges or oy
identification by the firemen of his com
pany, insurance agents, members of the
Eress, and owners and occupants of
uildings endangered by existing fire,
irom entering within the line or guards
so placed, and any person or persons
entering within said lines orguards and
refusing to go outside of said lines
when ordered to do so by any fire po
liceman or officer of the fire department
or police officer shall be liable to a fine
or imprisonment or both as provided
for in tins ordinance.
Sec. 3. No persou or persons shall
break through or attempt to break
through such blockade or run over any
line of nose at a fire.
Sec 4. All steam engines and other
movable apparatus of the fire depart
ment shall nave the paramount right of
way through all streets and thorough-
lares oi the city ot Astona when going
to a fire and such apparatus, together
with all other vehicles contiguous there
to, excepting street cars, shall take and
keep the right side of the street, unless
thesame be dbstructed, and all street
cars in the vicinity of such apparatus
going to a fire shall retard or accelerate
their speed as occasion may require, in
order to give the apparatus of the fire
department tho unobstructed use of the
street ior ine iiaie ueiug.
Sec. 5. No person or persons having
the control of any vehicle shall wilfully
or carelessly permit the same to ob
struct the progress of the apparatus of
the. fire department wane going to a
Sec C Any person who shall violate
atiy oi tne ioregoing provisions oi mis
ordinance shall be deemed guilty of a
misdemeanor, and on conviction there
of before tho police judge be fined not
less than five dollars nor more man one
hundred dollars or by imprisonment in
the city jail not more than 20 days, or
by bom. as me ponce judge may deter
mine. Sec. 7. The Chief Engineer of the
fire department, assistant engineers,
clerk of the department, and Chief of
police and police officers and fire police,
are directed to see that tho provisions
of this ordinance are enforced, and
make complaint in the police court for
the violation of the provisions thereof.
Passed tho common council Novem
ber 11, 18S4.
Attest: T.S. Jewett,
Auditor and Clerk.
Approved November 32, 1884.
J. W. HUME,
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
late firm ot A. Van Dusen & Co. are re
quested to call and settle such Indebtedness
Immediately. Bv reason of .the decease i '.
one of the members of the firm it Is neces
sary to sottle up the firm business at once.
,3JH SSES SXSJS'S?-
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fJSPH FLAMILLS.USBURN.IRElANOri MtNA7S7
THEY RECEIVED THE
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For FLAX THREADS at the
London Fisheries Exhibition 1883.
And have been awarded HICHER PRIZES at tho various
Than the goods of any other
IN THE WORLD.
Quality bb Always
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
5 1 7 and 5 1 9 Market Street, - - San Francisco,
Agents for Pacific Coast.
Seine Twines, Rope and Netting Constantly on Hand.
Main Street, Astoria, Oregon.
BERGMAN t BEUSY, TKOPCIETORS.
RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN
tlon of the public to tho fact that the
above Market w ill always be supplied v ith 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 supplying
WYATT & THOMPSON.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS,
Crockery and Glassware.
WHERRY & COMPANY,
Fresli and Cured Meats,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL,
CHESTAMrs Street, Astoria, Cg
"SECURE THE SHADOW
Ere the substance fade, and when you visit
Portland, make It a part of your business to
call on W. H. Towjoc, at the San Fran
cisco Gallery. S. W. corner First and
MorxUon streets, and haTe your photograph.
Mcm la 9 tegtaMt trl9 of tb art.
bd Bepantl&d on.
Notice of Application.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned intend to appy to tho
common council at its nest regular meeting
for a licciibc to sell wine, malt and spirituous
liquor, in less quantities than one quart, for
tho period of one.yrar, in the building lo
cated on lot 1, block 9, Milvely's Astoria.
WHEKITY. & GILMORE.
Astoria, Nov. 10th, 1881.
"KTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
JLI undersigned has been appointed admin
istrator of the estate of Charles "Wallman,
deceased, and all persons having chums
agrtinst said establishment must present the
s.ime, duly verified, to her at her home, in
the city of Astoria, Oregon, within six
months from this date.
N member Sth, 18St.
Notice to Whom It May Conceru
mHE UNDERMGNED HAVING BEEN
JL appoint- d Administrator of the esUte
of John lluhtala decea-ed. all persons
having claims against said estate are hereby
requested topreM'iitsuch cl.iims dulyvenfled
within six months of the date of this notice
at my residence m Upper Astoria, CJatsop
Astoria, July 23, 1834.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersisjned have been appointed exec
utors of the will and testament of Lloyd
Van Dusf n, deceased, and all persons hav
ing claims against the estate ot the said de
ceased are requested to present the same at
tnooitlceof Brenham Van Dusen, in Asto
ria, Oregon, withm six months from thl3
H. G. VAN DUSEN,
Executors and Trustees.
Asto:la, October l. 1834.
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