WJ Site gattjj teforfMt. ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY ... FEBRUARY 20. 1885 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. READt FOR SEA. Serorwjai. IJr ?p Copenhccen Teb 9 Geo S. Homer, Am bk, Qaeonstotrn, Feb 10 Kincirdinslitre Br bit Qucenstoprn Feb IS VESSEL IS THE RIVER. Janet McXotl, MtWaobinSton, Am sp Sucbaund. llr bk 'olom Tebn .Viclsn. Ilrblc Cumbrian. Rrbk .1. II. Hrewn Am sp Monraoulhbhiro, Br bV KriUth Manarch Kinclune lr I k OMpffAN, Ur ) . Montgomery Castle, Br Vf6ifl, yj l tit. HAl. I'riMii Sf'xsii rti. for ll" ('liiiitltl;i Klwr Allahabad Br hV. It 4S Hrnc Kong Arebr Br b " i Livcrj'O 1 Banva. Ur M. 000 Clas-cow .luly M BcoebWm. Br h 7fiS Antifojrasta Jan 11 0rvM IXW. Ilr s 13TO Sidney OI of ldrid I'r v uonos AJres Nor 10 Ba-lerhill lir I.J. 8W tin-bane .May 21 Eiploier. Ilr cp Valparaiso Haddinctnobhirc. lirspl Hi Rio Jan 21 Uaidee, Br bk "is Livcrj ool Oct 4 Jooia. Ger bk BT Liverpool Oct 2 Kenton. Ur bk fS Pisacua Dee 23 Loren, Br bk 775 Valparaiso Sept S MeUkc, Gcr bk SB Liverpool Madura, Br bk 970 f liccfoo Oban Bay. Brbk Va parauo River Leven Ur bk 773 Valparaiso From American Ports. Tillie K.Marback. Am sp 1931 New York Nov 15. TIIJK TA1EL.K FOB ASTORIA. rr.r.itVAii. iriOH WATER. LOW WATER. I First. Second. First. Second. ot2 3 i if I if - Jf if h :r h :r h shs; ft. w. .v 7i. mi. jt "i. m. JJ h. m. X 1 2 lSttfS"2. 1 42p!7 7 Kia I 47 8 22p!-1'0 y 7 -tu 7-s io so 5.7i i m i 4.0 : 50 j 0.5 11 a; 6.1 3 10 4 18 & 10 02s 4 42 0.0 r 25 0 01 C30 G5S 7 21 7 41 8 12 850 925 10 07 10 58 0 3G 2 00 320 4 25 5 18 C 02 0.3 -05 -0.5 -0.4 -0.1 7 02 8.0 7 21 0.1 0.4 09 1.4 2.0 2 7 o!7 0 5 0.0 7 i r m 7 J.I 8 42 0 1)23 C3' 10 19 r..r, 11 21 If. 0 01 1 23 2.11 4 07 5 11 com -0C -1.0 -1.1 C 43p 1.0 !) lunar lu1fiwi miI i it nt titwti . -. ..,.. , ', .. 1IIMI iMltt thlJ HlUll OIW desipmti-d In (. 31.). those ltetween noon and midnight hy 7) (i. m ). cJi. OOm a denotes imdnlht, oA 00n. r denotes noon. Tlie heipht is reckoned from the level ol a eiiso lower low waters to which thesound Imgs nn- given in Hie t'oitsi Survey eh:irt. Columbia River Exports. SHIPMEI.T8 rOREIQK. gj JANUARV, '85. 2 To QHceiMotcn jcr CTan rcrffiwon. "U'hent. 45,077 bus ?32,8S7 5 To QuecuslmoHjtcr Ann Milltccnt. Wheat. 4D.793 bus 32,973 C 7i Cot 1; per Annie J. Laxc. Wheat CI.750 u 540,100 9 To QucentfiHiw per Gtvyntdd. Wh at. 09.710 bus $42,991 107'; BrisOil per Uanhdalc Wheat. 72.158 bus $53,030 10 To Qiiecmtown per Ophelia. "Wheat, 50,231 bus..... $37,000 10 To Cardiff per Martha Fithcr. Wheat" 43i!0 bus bus ....$31,000 14 To Quccntaicn per JIalla. Wheat, 29,05 bus ?21,G49 15 To To U. K. per Craig Mullen. "Wheat. 41.577 bus $32,095 15 To Cork per Lizzie Dell. Wheat. 59.22 bus . S 10,891 1C To Cork per UllocTt. Wheat, 42,910 bus $30,919 20 To Quccmtown per Citadel. "Wheat, 71.151 bus ..$50.14S 20 To Copenhagen ptr Wclcrn Belle. "Wheat. 56,'C0 $11,268 20 To QwcHSlown per Vartina. "Wheat. C3,S92 'us $51.2C 23 To QuccnsUtmi per Uarracula Wheat. 35,3 bus ... $20,321 23 To QuccHstowH per Valparaiso. Wheat. 40,117 bus ..$29,2S1 20 To Qucentiwnpcr JfciS'car. "Wheat, 63,917 bus .. $47,903 29 To QnecHU)ton per Chllena. Flour, 12.001 bbls $39,013 SO To Cork per Saraca. Flour, 12,831 bbls .. $51,239 FKKKUARV. 4 To Qiiecnttown per Yarra l'arra. "Wheat, 00,772 bus .. $49,079 C To London per Palhfhire. Flour, 2.272 bbls , C1B.172 Wheat. 12.S33 bus.......... . . 9,007 Salmon, 11,890 59,950 Total . $87,789 T To Cork per Flora. "Wheat, 51,915 . . $38,917 7 To Quccnttoicn per Liicaya. Flour, 8.015 bbls $20,000 9 To Copenhagen per Sovereign. "Wheat. 05,9 IS bus $40,493 10 To Qucensloicn, per Geo. S. Homer. "Wheat, G1.573 bus . $4S,430 10 To Quccndown, pa- Renfrewshire. Wheat, 53531 bus ........... $33,32S 10 To Qnccnstoicn, jycr C. S. HuWtrt. "Wheat. 54,S19 bus $41,118 10 To Liverjmol, per Yotemilc. Flour, 13.242 bbls $52,900 12 To Quccnstown per Martaban. Wheat. 33.CS7 bus ...$29,015 12 To Cork per Dovcnhy. "Wheat, 40,474 bus , . $31,830 12 To Quccmloicn per Wm. D. Seal. Wheat, 40.192 bus . .t. ....$2S,39 18 To Quccnstoicn per Kincardineshire. Wheat, 72,430 bus $54,322 rooms'andhall to let. Pythian Land and Building Ass'cn. LARGE. FINE ROOMS WITH WATER and gas en suit or ilngJc, In Fyjthlan Buildinz. Also Pythian Hall, the finest and best lighted hall In the cltv ; suitable for Lodpes, Sociables. Tarties or Lectures. Terms mod orate. Apply to E.A.NOYES, Secretary. ; A BARGAIN. A LADY DECLINING HOUSEKEEPING 1 -OL offers her Furniture at private sale. Inquire at this offlw. IU K I 4-1 11 IMS 7.- IS 0 11 CftjlO nsa 131 0-15 b!i II 2I II 1 12 T2 0 Wp IS 1 35 7M 0 37 18 1 fit 7-7' I IS 17 2 00 8 1 1 55 IS 2 88 m 2 30 1H S 03 ST. 3 28 SO 341 S7 I 27 2t 4 22 87 5 42 JS 5 IX 8C 7 10 2 C l"i 8 5 8 53 94 7 2il 8 4 10 10 28 8 43 8-3 11 0G 20 0 ICi sS It 52; 27 11 08 8-7 - - 2al 0 31 77 11 Tfia ASTORIA! DIRECTORY. State Officers United States Senators J J. II. Slater U N.Dolnh Representative In Congress JL C. Georco liOVemnr 1 W MnMr Governor's Secretafyl.....JChas. B. Moores Secretary of Ktat R. P. Earhart Assistant Secretaiy......, State Treasurer.... Assistant Treasurer Sup't Public Instruction. State Printer. Clerk Kfbnnl Trwl Rnoril F E.Hodgkln Ed.Hlrsch A. F. Wheeler E. B. McElroy W. 1L Byars ...., P. McCornac Sup't Insane Asylunu. ....Dr. II. Carpenter Sup't Penitentiary......... Geo. Collin- (W. P. Lord Supreme Judges -.I. B. Waldo ( W.W.Thayer District Judges : First District L. R. Webster Second Districts . Robert Bean Third District R P. Boise Fourth District Seneca Sml'li Fiftli District F.J Taylor Sixth District M. I, Olmslead Clatscp County Officers: Judge C A McGuire Clerk C. J. Trenchant Sheriff W. G. ltos. commissioners Jno Hobsnn Assessor J. F. W;irrt n Treasurer....................lsa:ic Bergman Surveor. (J. F. Parker School Sup't . J. E. Iligcin. Coroner..................................J C. IJoss Astoria City Officers: Mavor. J. W. Hume Auditor and Cierk Treasurer...................... a ssessor. ....... Street Superintendent.. Ciiier of Police Police Judge . Sexton....... .. T.S.Jewett r. G. Hustler Gco. V. Wheeler ..... Tlios. Ixigan ..Clark Iughiey C. H.Stockton M.Coahy COUNCILMAN (C. H. Cooper First Ward A. A. Cleveland I Isaac Bergman ( Thos. Dealv. , C. J. Trenchard Chas. Gratke. Second Ward. Oregon Railway & Navigation coarPAXY. OCEAN DIVISION' EDuring the month of February 1885. Ocean Steamers will sail from Pottland to San Francisco, and from San Francisco 10 Port land, as follows, leaving Aluvwortli Dock, Portland, at Midnight, and Spear Street Wharf, San Francisco, at 10 A. m. : From Portland. 1 From San Francisco. Feb Fob Orecon Wed 4 Columbia .Tu 3 Columbia Mon 9 Qneen of Pacific Sun S Sueen of Pacific hat U' Orecon Fn 13 regon Thur 19 Columbia Wed IS Columbia Tu 2i;Queen ot Pacific Mou V3 McblOrecon Sat 2? Queen of Pacific Sun 11 Mch 'Columbia... .Thur 5 Tliroush TleketH sold to all principal cities in the United Statea, Canada and Europe. RAIL DIVISION. On andaftcr November23r1j 1884, Passen ger Trains will leave Portland for Eastern points, at 5 :30 P. HI., daily. Pullman Palace Cant rminiujt between Port land, and St. Pant, imr.U ItISIO.V Otlildle tolunil.in). Boats leave Portiand Tor I).iNe h 7 :o A M. also : LeaePori- 1" "" I "" f land for I Mon I Tu. I We. I Tim. I Fn. I S.u Atoria and I lower Co. luinbia If. AM 0 AM SAM 6 AM SAM 6AV i AM Daj ton. Or !7AM AM &&;::!! a Ifi AM' Tacomaand beattle. daily at, 1U PM Victoria Meamers do not run bandaj u. Leaves Astoria for Portland at 6 a. m. daily ex cept tjnnday. c h. PKEscorr, JOHN MUIR. Manager. Traffic Manacer, E. A. NOYES, Agent Aitoria. OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA VIA Oregon & California R. R And Connections, Faro to San Francisco $32 ; to Sacramento 30 DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. KASTSIOE DIVIfllOy. Betnceu POKTLAAU and ASIILAXD MAIL TRAIN. LEAVE. ARRIYE. Tortland 7 :30 A. MIAshland . 4:45 A. M. Asliland 8:45 P.MPortland. 4:25 p. it. ALBANY EXPRES8 TRAIN. LEAVE. ARRIVE. Portland 4 :00 r. M.lLebniion 9 0 r. ji Lebanon 4 H5 A. M.lFortland. 10 ai5 a. m Pullman Palace Sleeping Car leaves Port land Mondays aud Thursdays. Returning leaves Ashland Tuesdays and Fridajs. The Oregon and California Railroad Ferry makes connection with all Regular Trains 011 Kastsldo Division, from the foot of F St. WESTSIDE DIVISION. ISetween 1'oriluml unU CorvuHlo MAIL train LEAVE. ARRIVE. Portland .9 aTO A. M..Corvalli 4 -JO r. m. Coivallls 8 -jo a. M.IPortland 3 tM r.M. express train LEAVE. ARRIVE. Portland 5 :00 p MtMcMlnuMlia 8 axi r m Mciliuuville5:45 A MlPortland 8 :30 a m Local tickets for sale, and baggage checked at company's up-toni offlce, comer Stark and Second str. ets. Tickets for sale to all the principal points in California, can only be procured and baggage checked, at the Company's offloe. Corner F and Front Sts., roniand, Or. Freight will not be received for thipmcnt after 5 o'clock p.m. on either the Eastslde or Westslde Divisions. K. KOKHLtR, E. p. ROGERS, Manager. U.FiP. Art ilwaco Steam Navigation Go.'s WINTER SCHEDULE. Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort Canby, and Ilwaco. Connecting by stages aud boats for Oystervilie, Montesano and Olympia AsrPffo. Until further notice the Hwaco 2adfaMh Steam Navigation Co.'s steamer Will leave Astoria on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 A. hi. (Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays being Oystervilie and Montesano mall days.) FOR Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and Ilwaco ON Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays The steamer will leave Astoria at 8 A.M., as formerly, not being confined strictly to schedule time. On Thursday A SECOND TRIP will be made, leaving As toria three hours after arriving frt'in Ihvnco. Fare to Fort Canby and Hwaco,.. $i 00 Tickets can be bought at the oOlce for 75cts. ETlwaco freight, by the ton. in lots of one ton or over, S2 per ton, ESTor Tickets, Towage or Charter ap ply at the office of Uie company, Grey's wharf, foot of Benton street. J. II. D. GRAY, Agent. Notice. ANY els. NY ORDERS LE FT WITn C. H. ST1CK- in my abseuce will be promptly at- tended to. Bills due me aro also left in his Ilands for collection, until further notlee. A.DLilUUHaU. Atori&, Jan. 2Sth, 1985. Oft.SANFORD kSBb INVIGORATOF, 15 juscwhatite name implita ; a Purely Vegetable Compound, thai Rets directly "upori the iyer ; curing the many diseases iiddero that lm. portant organ, and pTevpnting the nu mcrous ailmnts ig arise from its action, such as aeransea or tor; Dyspepsiai JAiciice, Bfliousnesa CosenessAMaria, Sick-neadacne, BJieumaMmetc, It is therefore 2 rniisniuhat " To iave Good Health :he Liver must "be kept in .order." DB. SAHTOBD'3 IIVEB IH7IG0HAT0H Invlcorates the Liver, Itemlatcs the Bow els, Strengthens tho System, Purifies Ihc Blood. Assists Digestion, Prevents Fevc rs. s a Household "Need. An Invaluable Family Medicine for common complainls. D2. SANFOED'S IIVEB I2IVIG0BAT0B. An. experience of Forty years, and Thoi lands of Testimonials prove its Merit. FOR SALE BT ALL DEALERS IN MEDICINES For fnll Information tend your address for 10! .ceBook on tho "Liver and Its dbcases,'.' tr V.BSrOED 24 DUASE ST., NEW TOEK C1IE SOCIETY 3IEETIXGS. Temple LrOdge, No. 7A.P.A.M. REGULAR COMMUNICATIONS ffl first and third Tuesdays In eachVV month, at 7JJ o'clock, p. si., at theV Hall In Astoria. Members or the order in good standing are invited to attend.. By order ot the W. M. Bearer Lodgro No. 35. 1. O. O. P. REGULAR MEETING EV- erv Thursday evening at-5j seven o'clock, at the lAdge5Kxfis? rix Sojourning members of the order in good standing, cordially Invited to at tend. By order N. (J. Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O. F. OEGULARMEEHNGSOF OCEAN EN j campment No. 13. I. O. O. F., at the Iodge, in the Odd Fellows Building, at seven p. m., on the second and fourth Mondays of each month. Sojourning breth ren cordially invited. By order C P. Seaside Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W. REGULAR MinJTINGS OF SEASIDE Iodge No. 12, A O. U. W. will be held In Iheir Hall ocr Caruahau & Co.'.s on Thursday evening of each week, at 7 o'clock. Members of the order In good standing, and visiting Brothers are invited to attend. Li brary v.ill be open -fifteen minutes before and after each meeting. By order M. W. C. BROWNVtcc Astoria liocuje No. 40. L O. G.I. REGULAR MEETING EVERY MON day evening at 7 -JSo o'clock, in the Hall over Carna ban's store. Members of the Or der, in good standing, arc invited 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 p. m. By order of the Council Commander. It. V. MONTEITH, Sec'ty. Occident Council N6T5.0. C. P. 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. By order. a BROWN, Recorder. Cushiogr Post No. 14, G. A. R. TEGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS TOST XL on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 7:30 p. m. Visiting com rades cordially invited. By order r.c Cushing Relief Corps No. 3, G. A. R. REGULAR MEETINGS ONTHESECOND and fourth Tuesdays of each month, at 2 P. M. By order Mrs. C. ROSS. Secretary. Pacific Lodge No. 17 rK. of P. REGULAR MEETINGS OF TniS Lodge every Friday evening, at 7 :30 o'clock, in their Castle Hall. Sojourning Knights cordlaUy Invited to atten 1. W. A. SHERMAN, lu of R. and S. Astoria-Division No. One, Uniform Rank, K. of P. REGULAR MEETING ON THE FIRST '1 hursday of each month. In their Ar mory Hall, in Pythian Castle, at s p. m. Reg ular drills on the bceond. third aud fourth Thursday of each month, at such place as sball be designated by the C mmandcr. Sojourning Sir Kn'ghu cordkUly ImlteJ to meetings and dulls. SCOTT BOZORTH. Recorder. Astoria Ladles' Coffeo Club. KEGULAR MEETINGS AT THE CLUB'S rooms adjoining Liberty Hall on the first aud third Friday s of each mouth at 7 P. M. Mrs. B. S. WORSLEY, Pros. Common counciL REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND fourth Tuesday evenings of each month at 7J4 o'clock. JGB"I'ersons desiring to have matters acted upon by tho Council, at any regular meet ing must present the same to the Auditor and Clerk, on or before the Fndav evening Erior to the Tuesday on which the Council olds Its regular meeting. THOS.S.JEWETT, Auditor and Clerk. J! ' RESTORED Tltt reason that Tu 1 . l rniiit. I 'itt cur J or SEMIXAL M'EAKAESjS. LOSS OF J.l -HOOD, and the result tf abuse. Jtstate or c. u oitir.Q to a eomplieattbti called PROSTA TOR RIIEA. DR. LIEBKTS I.VriGORATOR u the OXL retire for PROS TA TORRUEA. Price. F2.00 per-puctage, C paclaQts, glO CO. Guide to Ileclth and Self-Analtttt erj free. Address LIE BIG DSPESSA R i'for Vutasrt ttf Men. 4f0 Gtary St . .. Frttcitco. Cal. -ASK FOR Union India Rubber Co.'s rure Para Gum CRACK PROOF RUBBER BOOTS. BEWARE of imitations ! Be sure the boots are stamped CRACK PROOF on the heels, and have the PORE GUM SPRINGS on the foot and Instep, which prevent their cracking or breaking Wo are now making them vith RUBBER AND ASBESTOS Soles which will make them last more than twice as long as any Rubber boots made. FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS. ALL KINDS RUBBER BELTING. PACK ING, HOSE, SPRINGS, CLOTHING, BOOTS A2D SHOES. Etc. GOODYEAR RUBBER CO. K.H. PHASE. Jr. I Agents, S.M. RUNYON, f San Francisco. jmmmmmwwmssrsjm -. MANHOOD 'W?i THE WAR IX CHINA. Paris, Feb. 18. A dispatch from Shancrhai says Patrenotre, French minister to China, has struck the French fiacr there. French residents at Shanghai have been placed under Kussian protection. The Russian flag is hoisted over French conces sions. Le Paris considers that the strik ing of the French flag by Pnlreuotre, French minister to China, indicates the final breaking off of oilicial rela tions hotween the two conntries. Paris, Feb. 18. Tho following dis patch was received this eveninc from Admiral Courbet, dated Sheipoo, February 15: "Two of Bayard's tor pedo boats sunk the Chinese frigate ruguen, carrying 26 guns and COO meu, and the Chinese conette Tcluiiffkiiiff, carrying 7 guns and 150 men. Parts, Feb. 18. A dispatch from Admiral Courbet says: We have at tacked tho Chinese squadron and gained a complete victory. Another dispatch says tho French fleet suc cseded in sinking two or three Chi nese men-of-war which took refuge in Xiugo river on Saturday last. SrRiKoriELD, Feb. 18.- The legisla ture mot in joint session at noon for the purpose of voting for United Stales senator. Two hundred and two members wero present, and two absent ono Democrat and one Re publican. On the first ballot called Logan had 101, the full Republican strength present; Morjison 94, E. M. Haines 4, scattering 3-no election. Only one ballot was taken. PILES! PILES! PILES! A SURE CURE FOUKD 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 the worst chronic cases of 25 or 30 years standing. No ono need suffer live minutes alter 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 else. Read what the Hon. J. L Coflinbor ry of Cleveland says about Dr. Wil liam's Indian Pile Ointment: I have used scores of Pile Cures, and it af fords me pleasure to say that I have 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 remedy has failed." For sale by all druggists nd mailed on receipt of price, $1.00. FRAZLER MEDICINE CO., Proprie tors, Cleveland, O. J. W. Conn, Agt, Astoria, Oregon. YOUXG 3IE.V1-KEAI) THIS. Thk Voltaic Up.lt Co., of Marshall. Mich., offer to .send their celebrated Electro-Voltaic Bklt aud other Elkctkic Appliances on trial for thirty daj-s, to men (young or old) nfllictcd with nervous debility. loss of vitality and manhood, and all kindred troubles. Also for rheumatism, neuralgia, paralysis, and many other dis eases. Complete restoration toiiealth, vigor and manhood guarantied. No risk Is in curred as thirty days Irial Is allowed. Write them at once for illustrated pamphlet free Catarrh cured, health and sweet breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Rem edy. Prhte 50 cents. Masai Injector free. For sale by W.E. Dement. Sleepless Nights made miserable by that terrible cough. Shilolfs Cure is the remedy for you. Sold by V. E. De ment & Ce: Will you sulTer with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint ? Shilolfs Vitalism- is euaranteed to cure j-nu. Sold by W. E. Dement. Administrator's Notice. 5 N THE COU STY COURT OF THE STATE fi of Oregon, for Clatsop County : In the mutter of tl.c estate or . P. Nash. deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under signed administrator of the estate of A. P. Na h, deceased, has rendered and present ed for fl .at settlement, and filed in ald court, his final account of his administra tion of -aid estate : that Monday, the lCth day of March, 1SS5. at the hour of 1 o'clock p. M. on said day. in the court room of said county court, at the cltv of Astoria. In Clat sop County, in the State of Oregon, has been duly appointed by said court for the final hearing and settlement of said final account, at which time and place any person Inter ested in said estate may appear and file his objections to such final account and sette ment thereof. J. II. D.GRAY, Administrator of the estate Id of A. P Nash, deceased. Notice to Delinquent Taxpayers. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I will levy on the property of the delin quent list of ibi, if the taxes are not paid immediately. C. W. LOUGHERY. Chief or Police. Astoria, Feb. 9, 1SS5. Assessment Notice. milE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE JL Garabaldl Packing Co., levy an assess ment of 30 per share upon the capital Stock, payable In ninety (no) days from date. CHAS. WICKSTROM, President. Astoria. Feb. 11, 1685. For Sale. FINE NINE-ROOMED DWELLING house with two lots, comer Main and Seventh streets. For further particulars apply at Tun Astokiax office. Carnaliaii & Co. SUCCESSORS TO I. W. CASE, IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND RHrAIL DEALERS IN GENEBAL MEBCHMBISE rorner Chenamus and Cass streets. ASTORIA .... OREGON W? Aria lAUPowcij ,pp POWDER Absolutely Pure. Tills ;.i .i"r '. er vrrl.s. Ar.urvel of I)um).' : .imii v.niiip-uiiitncv. wore oconoMn.'l t.i;. t.te 1 nlin:ir kinds, an-1 niniinl -1. .ilf 1 .It .-if Stf.ta !! Iltn il ittllilt'l i' - ' aa I'tlt, ' AliTJIt 1 1HJ If 111"" titudc ot low t vj saiir: v eight, alum or flliciltini- j-ilur-.I3. o IU Wlffr lii l!WI", 11U1 - A i. Bak i?r Powdrk Co.. to-: Wali-st. N. Y. MARKETS. WYflT '& THOMPSON. DEALERS IN FRESH AND CURED MEATS, CHOICE GEOCERIES, PROVISIONS, Crockery and Glassware. STAR MARKET. WHERRY & COMPANY, Fresh and Cnred Meals, Vegetables, FRUITS.. BUTTER, and EGGS. OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL, CIS V.7i A il UH direct. Antm-ia. tin Washington Market. 3Inl:iMtccl, - A(orin, Oieson. XRKC.; HAX & CO. PitOI'KIKTOitS RESPECTFULL CALL 1TIE ATTEN tlon or the public to the fact that the above Market will always be supplied w 1th a FULL VARIETY AND BEST QUALITY -or FRESH AND CURED -SEATS ! ! Which Will he sold at Inwivst i-ntrw ultnlo- salcand retail. SSpecial attention givon to supplying ships. LOTCB & GO. JOBBERS IN tines. LIQUORS, AND OIGAKS. AGENTS FOR-THE Best San Francisco Houses and Eastern Distilleries. Tumblors Decanters, and All Kinds of Saloon Supplies. E&-AU goods sold at San Francisco Trices. MAIN STREET. Opposite Parker nouse. Astoria, Oregon. Assignee's Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE - undersigned has been appointed assign ee of the estate or I). Hart, an Insolvent debtor. All creditors or said estate arc no tified to present their claims against said es tate, under oath, to me, within three months at the olllce of F. D. winton. in the city of Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon. ISAAC BERGMAN. Assignee. Dec 27th. 15?l. Assignee Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE firm of J. E. Thomas has assigned all their property to the undersigned for the benefit of their creditors and all persons having claims against said estate must pre sent the same duly verified to the assignee at his office In Astoria, Oregon, within three months from this date. November 6th. is&l. F. P. HICKS. Notice. rjlHE ASSESSMENT ROLL FOR THE X yearlESl Is uow in my hands for collec tion. All who arc delinquent on said roll will save sheriff's costs by calling at my of fice in Catlilamct and settling the same, or sending by registered letter. S.F.ALBERT. Shenff or Wahkiakum Co., W. T. Dated a. Cat blame t. Jan. 13th, 1S45, Sheriffs Sale. TVJOTICEISnEREBY GIVEN THAT BY LX virtue of a chattel mortgage executed by Roscoe DLxon In favor of a. v. Allen, on the l7ih day of July, 1831, on all the personal property situated in the building ownod by Geo. Flavcl.on the SE corner of Lot No. 5 of Block No. 50 In the town of Astoria, in Clatsop county. State of Oregon, as laid out and recorded by John McCiure, to satisfy the sum of $153.77 and Interest at the rate of ten per cent, per annum from the IGth day of July, 18S4, I have taken possession of all of said property consisting of beds, bedsteads, beading, crockeryware, rraeens ware, knives, forks, tables, chairs, furniture, fixtures, and each and every article In said building, and shall proceed to sell the same at public auction, on the 2nd day of March. 1S&, at the hour of 10 o'clock, a. it. on said premises to the highest bidder for cash In hand at time of sale, to satisfy said sum. In terest and costs. W. G. ROSS, Sheriff of Clatsop County. Astoria, Feb. loth, 18S3. BARBOUE a a 1 1 ISP B tt .kSlS XSS22: BEST, Jff'f csttoaiQ ?S3 VHOUSE FOUNDED. 1784-.- 7 JhsXlL THEY RECEIVED THE For FLAX THREADS at the London Fisheries Exhibition 1883. And have been awarded HSCHER PRIZES at the various INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITIONS Than the goods of any other IN THE WORLD. Quality osn Always lMfcff Ps-2ryTV VrZfi-LL r-'' -Vv I I r . y Jg? j"r"wrsTS 1 1 ' SSSSS33-a;5fcssg; One of the Mills of the Barbour Flax Spinning Co., Paterson, Xew Jersey. HENRY DOYLE & CO., . 5 1 7 and 5 1 9 Market Street, - - San Francisco, Agents For Pacific Const. Seine Twines, Rope and Netting Constantly on Hand. Of radical changes which I Mj entire stock or- Furnishing Goods, Hals, Clothing, Blankets, etc, Goods at Cost I GOOES AT GUEL OW2T FS.IGES I IDrop in and C me. JaCKSSSTJSi: WISE. Uncle Snm's Corner. Assignee's Notice. NOTICEI3 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE undersigned has been appointed the as signee of the estate of Banzer & Johnson, and all persons having claims against said firm are hereby notified to present the same duly certified to the undersigned, at his of fice, in Astoria, Oregon, within three months from this date, Dec. 27th. 1881. J. II. D. GRAY. Administrator's Notice. NOTICE ISnEREBY GIVEN THAT THE undersigned was on the 5th day ot Jan uary, 1883. duly appointed by the County Court or the State ot Oregon for the Countv ot Clatsop, administrator of the .estate of nans Plenning. deceased All persons hav ing claims against said estate are hereby notified to present the same properly veri fied to me at my office at the Lnlon cannery. In Astoria, Oregon, within six month3 from this date. FETER F. JOHNSON, Administrator. Dated, Astoria, Or., January 23, 1S85. 5-4t Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT pursuant to a unanimous vote of the stockholders of the Fishermen's Tacking Co., the directors of said company, did on the 17thday of Jan. lSSo, execute and file supplementary articles of incorporation, whereby such company Is authorized to purchase aud hold, sell and convey real es tate. By order Board of Directors, H. E. NELSON, dw Setretary. ffr'j'? OtRilH tor,. is Depended oa shall make, I am compelled to ? ' To Ship and Engine Builders. i Trkasury Department t I Washington; D. C, January 27, 1S35. l SEALED PROPOSALS FOR REBUILD Ing the revenue steamer Richard Rush, , including new hull and boiler, will be re 1 celved at this Department until 2 o'clock p. m. or Tuesday, March loth. l?85. Bidders must state the time in which they will agree to complete the woik. Bids must be in accordance with the specifications, and should lie addressed to the Secretary of the Treasury, and Indorsed on the envelope "Proposals tor rebuilding the Revenue Steamer Richard Ruth." Specifications for the work will bo fur nished on application to tho Collector of Customs at San Francisco, Cal., and Port land, Oregon. The Department reserves the right to re ject any or all bids, and to waive defects if deemed for the interest of the government so to do. rSigncd). CHARLES E. CO ON, Acting Secretary of the Treasury. Perthshire. Brbk London Feb 10 Executor's Notice. HAVING BEEN APPOINTED BY THE County Court of Clatsop County, Ore gou. executrix of the last will and testament of Thos. Goodwin, deceased, all persons having claims against said estate will pre sent them duly verified and with proper vouchers to the undersigned at her resi dence on Clatsop Plains, Clatsop County, Oregon, within six months from this date, Dec. .VlS&l. MARIETTA GOODWIN. 31-St Exsantrix.