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SUNDAY .MARCH 8. 18S5
TORT OF ASTORIA.
VESSZLS IX THE RIVER.
J. 15 Hrowa Amsji
OhipTinn. IVr up
Keuten. Itr hV.
MtWasbinKioc, Aia sp
'umbriaa. Rr bV.
Moainoulhehire, Br lit
Uama. Ur bk
M. A K. Cer, Ur so
VESSJVsS OT TBE WA.
Vtuki Foicijru 1'ortf-, for tbr
AlMtabad. Br bV 1143 Hong Kong
Arebr. l'.r bk'CS Lircrpol
llcmai. ItrbV alpiraiso JsnS -
Ucielililin, Urbk'C Aniifosastaan 11
OarsSven Castle, Hr y 130 Sidney
Cttynf Madrid l!r sp Husnot Aytet Xv Mi
Itlntt. Hr bk i;urt90 .Tan t
Kiplorer. Br sp Valpi-aiso
Kdwird Parcc. Br Wc c O.U
Haddiastnsbirc Br KplJ Uio .fn 1
Haider. Hr bk ?SS Liverpool Got 4
Kitty. Ur M. V'alpart w J&t?S .
Lob. Br. hi. 3B9 Ccrma!
Leroa, Br bk 775 Vilpart.-w JiK
Mottle. Cer bV $fi Llrcrinxl
Madura. Br bV970 Clieofe
Oban B. Brlik Va paraiso
Quillets, Br bV. ( ValriartUo
River Ix-ven. Br bV 773 Valparaibo
Remonstrant. Brbk 10l5C&llao Jan 24
Sau Lui, Br lit 5M Ca lao Jan .9
From Aacrir&n Port.
TIIHe K.btarback. Am : 1W1 New York Nov 13
TIMS' TAIM.R FOi: ASTORIA.
First. Second. PirsL Second.
4 i I cj 2 e
F E h Ir h s: h s
The hours between mntulgiitand noon arc
designated bj ia. si.), those between noon
and midnight bv ; (i si.), oi. iJjh a denotes
liinlnilit. oA. OotM. v denotes noon.
'flie lieiRlit l- reeKoned from tlio level of
average lower low waters to which the sound
lns are given on the Coast Survey charts.
Columbia River Exports.
S0SST.7 bus. wheat
2I.S3S bbls. Hour
Total, (10 cargoes).
OlC 75" bus. wheat.......
31.037 bbls. flour
il90 ts. salmon
53 M lumber..
Total (ic cargoes) .
Scarf Pins, Chains, Watches,
Piauos axisl Orff:xus of Hie Rest
malic sit (lie r.oiicst Prices.
The finest stock of Jewelry in Astoria.
E5?A11 soods warranted n3 represented
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
Columbia Candy Factory.
Ed. Jarl.Kon, Proprietor.
Candies. - - 20Ctsperlb.
ltrcad, rie, and Cakes delivered every
T. G. BA
Wholesale and Helail lealer in
Tropical, Domestic, Green and Dried
MTTS. CAXI)II,Dini meats, ino.
Fine Clears :t::l Toltaoco.
Xtt loor to I.. I ArvN.'d s. S()iietfii)qua:l.
T Poller Skates.
Latest and Bast. Tension bj Spiral
Spring. Xeiv adjustment. Fseil bj latest
Kinks Send ftr circular to
Uo M-iket St , Sau Francisco.
Cannery for Sale.
THE MANHATTAN CANNERY
is orrEitKi) fou sau..
Priro S-i.4 Applv to
Mirs. L. FA1ANGOS.
Astoria. Peb. 2."th, IS.'."..
0. A. STINSON & CO.,
At ("apt. ltoKert old stand, comer or Cass
and Court Streets.
Ship and Ctimcry work. Hoi-seshoeluj.
Wagons niadt and repaiieil. Good work
Notics of Application.
TOTICE IS HKKEBY GI VKX THAT THE
JL"t undersigned, will apply to the common
council of thecity of Astoila, at Its next reg
ular meeting far a ieense to sell wine, malt
and spirituous liquors in less quantities
than one quart, for a period of one year. In
the building fronting on Hemlock street and
situated on lot No. 8, block No. S, iu Shlve
lx's first addlton to Astoria.
1 lWte-S 0 47;'K-7 0 V-M I'll 7 18;),
i jis d i j sv'i 7 as io :ai
'2 117 .SW '2 17 SO 8 10 0 7 S 1(5
1XS 'S 3 OJ 7.i l 00 0 7 8
x io ss 8 -w ; 7 0 4r. o s y :r2
s-is ar. a 4i coios; i-olioos
4 It: s"S .". M V4 11 X 1-2 10 Til
fi U l7f 7i) 1-J 0 I2p 1-j 11 M
Soffl Gold Jewelry,
t ... ,fto .
United States Senators......
1 J. II. Slater
1 A V Tlnltih
Kepresentatne in Congress..!. C. George
Oov ernor... . . 7.. F. Moody
Governor's Secretary Clias. B. Moorcs
Secretary of State.... It. V. Earhart
Assistant Secretary F E. HodRktn
State Treasurer Ed. Hirsch
Assistant Treasurer A. F. lieeler
Sup't Public Instruction E. Il.McElroy
State Printer. "W. H. Bvars
UlerK School Land Board E. P. sicComac
aup i insane asj mm .
.Dr. II. Carpenter
-I J. B.
District L. IL Webster
."." ltjbert Bean
K. r. Boise
.M. L Olmstead
Clatscp County Officers :
Judge C A McGulre
Clerli C. J. Trenchant
Sheiiir .W. G. Bos
Commissioners "i J Sn
Assessor 1. 1 Warren
Treasurcr. . lsimc u ij-'iuaM
Survevor. G KP.uker
School Sup't .... I. E. I'tei'liK
Coroner .. .... JC. IU.
Astoria City Officers
Mavoi .1. W. Hit'i'P
Auditor and Cierk .. T. . Jewitt
Treasurer. ...!. G. HumJ.-i
Assessor Ge.. P. Mieeler
Street Superintendent l hoi. Ugan
Chler ot Pouee Clark 1 oiu;hr-v
Police Judge (. II. -t'cktui
Sexton .. M... . M.toidj
rot' vn i.si kn
IV. '. . ei
'A l.-. Inml
( lx t- t4 riii.ui
(Til. . Ib-ttv.
( Chas. Gralke.
Oregon Railway & Navigaticn
During lhe month of March. Hm. Ocean
Steamers will sail from Portland to an
Franctaco, and from San FraneUco io Port
land, as follows, leaving Anivvvoilh Dork.
Portland, at Midnight, and Spear Sin-el
Wharf. San Francisco, at 10 A. si. :
From San rrancisco.i From Portland.
Columbia .Tliur SIQ-een of 1'aclfic bun 1
(uoen of 1'aoitic Tu 10'Orrcon hrr u
UreRon .. . .Sun 15'Colunibia Wnl II
..I li JOUJueenoI I'acilic Slon :(
VVpd WOrecon ....Sat '.'I
.Mon Sli Columbia Tliur 2G
Apr State of Cal Tu 1
.Sat 4 Apr
Through TIrketH sold to all principal
cities in the United State. Canada an J
On and after Nov ember iilrd, Is-Sl. Pas-en-gerTrains
will leave Portland for Ealern
points. at :30 P. 31., dalh.
Pullman Palace ('an ruuuinx bctwrro ln
laud, atid St. Paul,
ItIEK SMTiIMOX (Middle Columbia).
Boats leave Portland for Dalle x; 7 :O0
Leave Port-I I "l I 1 I
land for jMonl Tu. I We.lTiiu.1 Fri. I S..J
Astoria and) III I
lower Co-1 III I
lumbia....l6A.M bAM CAM SAM CAM b AM
Dajton, Ur.JTAMj ',7AM' 7AM
5o'rm;::l!"AMi j uv j
Tacomaand Seattle, daily at, I IV I'M
Victoria Steamers do not ruu Sanda) j
Loares Astoria for Portland at Ca. tu dl ex
C. U. PBESCOTT,
JOHN Ml'Ilt. Manapet.
E. A. NOVES, Agent Astoria.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
Oregon & California R. R
P&rc to San Francisco S32; to Sacramento SUO
DAILY, EXCEIT SUNDAY.
Between POBTLA.ND and ASIIIiA.M
Poitlaud 7 :30 A. si I Ashland 4:45 A. si.
Ashland 8:43 1 si Portland 4:23 r. M.
ALBANY EXPHES8 TRAIN.
Portland 4 &) v. si. I Lebanon 9 :2o r. si
Lebanon 4:I5A.M.Portland 10:05 a. m
rullman Palace Sleeping Car leaves Port
land Mondays and Thursdays. Itetuniing
leav es Aslilaud Tuesdays and Fndajs.
Tlie Oiegon and California Itallroad Ferry
makes connection with all Regular 'Prains
oa Eastslde Division, from the foot of I" Sr.
Between Portland and Curium
Portland .9 K A. st.ConalIi 4 -JM v. si.
C01 vallls 8 -.30 A. M.IPortland 3 :isi v. si.
Portland 5 :00 r MMcMinnvllie.8 d isi
McMinnvllle5:45 A stFortland8 jJOa si
Local tickets lor sale, and baggage cheeked
at Company's up-town olllee, conier Stark
and Second strr ets.
Tickets for sale t all thft piinripnl points
in California, cau only be procured and
baggage checked, at the Compmiy's ofllce.
Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or.
Freight will not be received for shipment
after 5 o'clock p.m. on either the Kaststde
or Westslde Divisions.
11. KOKHLhR, K. P. ROQCRS.
Manager. (. F A P.Agt
llwacu Steam Navigation Go.'s
Astoria to Foit Stevens, Fort Canbu,
Connculnt; by stages and loats for
Uystcrville. Montesano and Oiympia
Until further notice the Ilvvaeo
Steam Navigation Co.'s steamer
Will leave Astoria on
Mondays, Thursdays and Haturduus
at 7 A. M.
(.Mondays, Thursda sand Saturdays being
Ojsterv llle and Montesano mall davs.)
Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and llwaco
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 a.si.,
as formerly, not being confined strictly to
A SECOND TRIP will be made, leav ii.g As
toria three hours after arriving hi 111 llwaco
Fare to Fort Cnnby and llwaco. .$i 03
HT-Tickets can be bought at the oflice for
a-rjwacofrelcht.by the ton. In loti. of
one ton or ov cr, $2 per ton,
E3y-For Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the office of the coiupa:iv,Grav's
wharf, foot of Benton street,
J. 11. D.GRAY,
House to Rent.
TWINE ROOMS : GOOD LOCATION.
ll Inquire of W, B. HEAD1XGTOX,
Ea v H n XJn mr K Li M ok k Ck3f B B
1? just hat its name implies ;
Purely Vegetable Cc
acts directly upon tlie"
o that in.
pcrtant organ, and:
merous ailraants tl
ting the na
arise from its
'action, such as
etc. It is therefore z
"To lave GoodHealti
:he Liver must bE kept in order."
DB. EASTOED'S LIVEB INV1G0HAT0E
Invigorates tlieLivcr. TtcgiilatestUeBov.--el"?.
Strengthens Iho Srstera, Purifles ibe
Blooil . Assists Digestion, Prevents revcrs.
ts a Household isced. An Invaluable
ramilyIcdicine for common complninls.
D2. BAIiFOHD'3 IIVXIl niVIGOEATOH.
A. 1 experience cf Forty ysar3, and TU
iand3 cf Testimonials jiroti its JA ; .V.
FOU S LE BY ALT. T)E.T.ET13 IK MEDICIKin
For full mfona-itlon rd.1 jour addrc-i for IX
.?; Book on the "Liver and its dio-A5. ' tt
v!si.roRD S4 dcam: s?., mt yuitu nr5
Tempie Lodge, No. 7A.F.A.M.
REGULAR COMMl XICATIOXS 2
tirst and third Tuexdavs in enehVV'
month, at 7. oVlock. v. i.. at theVN
Hall in Astri:i. Members of t!ie onler In
giod staudius aro mvitetl to attend .
B order or lhe W. .M.
Bea rer Iodge No. 35. 1. O. O. F.
REGULAR MEimXG KV- 5?
eiv Tlutrsd.iv evening alttt
even " oMock. at Ui. ldse1?
nom in Odd Fellows Hall. Asio- "w
ria. Sojourning inembeis of the Older 111
goodstandliiir, I'tinliallv Invihdloa'lerd.
Bj order X. u.
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O. P.
Kr.GULARMFElIXGSOF OCEAX EX
Kttnpinent N. It. I. o. . F.. at the
Ixdge, in the Odd Fellows Building, at
seven r. si, on the seitmd and fourth
Mondav s of each inoiilh. Sojourning breth
ren coriliallj invited.
By order (J P.
Seaside Lodgo No. 12. A. O. U. W.
Kr.Grr.AR meetings or seaside
lxidge No. 12. A. O. U. W. will be held
in their Hall over Carnahau & Co.'s on
Thursday evening of each week, at 7 o'clock.
Members of the order in cood standing, and
v Isitlug Brothers are invited to attend. Li
brary will be open fifteen minutes before
and after each meeting. By order M. W.
C. BROWN, Rec,
Astoria Lroage WoT40. i. O. G.l.
REGULAR MEETING EVERY MOX
dav e tiling at 7 -Xto oVlock. in the Hall
overCama ban's store. Members of the Or
der, In good standing, .-.re invited to attend.
By order W. C. T.
American Legion of "flonor.
REGULAR MEETIXG OF ASTORIA
Council No KvY Ls held on the lirst and
third Tuesday of each month, at 7 o'clock r.
si. By order of the Council Commander.
R. V. MONTE1TH, See't j
Occident Council NoT"57o. CF.
MEETS EVERY FIRST AND THIRD
Mondav evenings of each month, at 8
o'clock I. M. Members of the order are
lespcctfu'dj requested to attend.
C. BROWN, Recorder.
Cushing Post No. 14, Q. A. R.
TJEGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS POST
JLv on the second and fourth Tuesdays- of
each mouth at 7:30 i. si. Visiting com
rades cordlallv inv itcd. By Older
J P. C.
Cushing Belief Corps No. 3, G. A. R.
and fourth Tue davs of each month, at
2 p. si.
By order Mns. C.ROSS.
Pacific Lodge No. 17, K. of P.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS
Lodge every Friday evenlnsr, at 7:20
o'clock, in their Castle Hall, Sojourning
Knights cordially Inv Ited to atten-1.
W. A. SHERMAN,
K. of R. aud S,
Astoria Division No. One, Uniform
Rank, K. of P.
REGULAR MEETIXG OX THE FIRST
Thursday or each mouth, In their Ar
mory Hall, in Pjthian Castle.at8t si. Reg
ular drills on the second, third and fourth
Thursday of each month, at such place as
shall be designated bv the C inmander.
Sojourning Sir Kiifglit cordially Invited
to meetings and drills.
Astoria LadlGS' C'otloa Clulx
REGULAR MEETINGS AT THE CLUB'S
rooms adjoining Uherij Hall on the
first and third Frldaj s or each imiiilli at
M Its. R. S. WORSLE V, Pi ,-s.
SEGUIJVR MEETINGS. SECOXD AND
fourth Tuesday evenings of each month
at 751 o'elock.
RirPersons desiring to have matteis acted
uin by the Council, at any regular meet
ing must present me same to me Auditor
and Clerk, on or befoie the Friday evemnc
prior to the Tuesday on vv hlch the (Vm-uil
holds its regular meeting.
Auditor and Cletk.
The rtattui tit it 'ihuiw , t tn a t '
ML'MIXAt. n'IA.vr.s, ss ir m:
JlOOll. anJilir 1 fiit'.ti.J irblf .. 'Itaif at i tt ....
if 6inr:-j tit j vu; JtifHt uHfit 1'Rtt V T Tt .
1:111: a. ur. Liciiurs ixriaeRATui: h
lhe O V I rrarefor 1'RO.S TA TuRRUFA 1'. v
fj fo per jhicIuiJ, C partakes. Id W Uj 1 !
II.AilthumJ Slf-Amtlutt mtre: Allrttt I II
Kin hi l'i V.v,i ; rr u.-- t ;i.
t0 Um j S" s , - .1. 1 r I f
"Union India Eubber Co.'s
Pure Par.t Gum
KlCVVAKK OF IMXTVTION-.!
Be sure the boots are stanin.nl tnCK
I'llOOF on the heels, and have the PURE
uuAi si'iuxus on tlie root and instep,
which prevent their cracking or breakinc
"We are now making them -villi UUBI1UR
AXD ASBESTOS Soles which will make
them last more thau twice as long as anv
Rubber boots made.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
ALL KINDS RUBBER BELTING. PACK
INC.. HOSE, SPRINGS. CLOTHING.
BOOTS AND SHOES, Etc.
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
J. II. PEASE. Jr. J Agents.
S.M. RUWYON, f SanTranclsco.
MANHOOD 01 it2.ORLJ
THE BURSTING OF THE 3I0XS00X.
Life iu India would be impossible
without its monsoons aud the periodic j
approach ot one of these great raiu
storms is always hailed therewith de-
light. The southwest monsoon sets
in generally toward the cud of April,
the steady wind sweeping up from
the Indian oceau and carrj-ing with it
the dense volume.'' of vapor, which
slowly collect iu dark masses of cloud
as they approach the continent. jTroin
Adam's peak iu the l6lc of Spice?,
right along the eastern and western
Ghante and iho Nilgiris, every hilltop (
is gradually shrouded in mist, instead !
of standing oat clear and sharp ,
against the sky. Darker and denser
become the cloud masses; f he horizon
assumes a heavy leaden -appearance,
sometimes kindling into a lurid glare
answering to the sense of oppres
sion, both mental and physical, which
accompanies it. The atmosphere be
eonics'xjlose' and oppressive alike tu
man and bead: hut the heat is borne
with patience, for ie!ief i at hind.
I'J.vhes of lightnitifr pity from cloud ,
to cloud, and heavy thunder rverber-,
ntes through the heavens; the wind'
suddonlv springs up into a tempest, '
and along the shore the white waves
are tossed 111 foam against the rocks
or over the b.iruing smds Then a
few great drops of ram fall, like balls ,
of lead from the apparently leaden
sky; the forked lightning is changed
to sheets or light, aud suddenly the
flood-galas of heaven arc opened, and
not rain, but sheets of water, are
poured forth, refreshing the parched
earth, carry ing fertility over the sur
face of the country, filling the wells
and natural reservoirs with a fresh
store, and replenishing the dwindling
rivers and streams. The whole earth
seems suddenly recalled to life. Vege
tation may almost be seen to urow.
and from the baked mud of the river
banks emerge conntless fishes whicli
for weeks or months before have Iain
there in torpor.
A CJri-nt Si-.coicr
ThaL is itailv lnhi"iii" im l;i :ln
homes ol thousands !y saving lnuiiv of
their dear ones from an earlv grave, j
Trtilv is Dr. Kiii"s Xovv D'sonli v for
Consumption. Cough-. CoNI-, Asthma.
P.rouehitis. Jlay Fever. Loss or Voice.
Tickling iu the Throat. Pain in Side
ami 1 iH'si, orany iiiseaseoi the rhronl
and liiuigsa positive cure. Trial Hot-
tics tree at . E. Dement Coe. Drug
Store. Large ie $1.0i.
A young English lady liar; just been
arrested in Holland for wearing a
felt hat and having short hair.
AH iu the Line of Nature.
There is nothing in the line of luagh
or mjstery about that woudeiful and
popular medicine. Parker"-- Tonic. It
is simply tlie hot and most scientific
combination possible of the es-cntial
principles of those vegetable curatives
which act nowcrfullv and ilireetlvon
the stomach, liver, kulnevn and blood.
ism mere neither is. nor will ie. anv
succe-sful imitation of it. It is all the
time curing those who had dfsnaiied of !
ever getting well. Tor voni-elf. or.ri
wife and children.
YOIFA'U JI ::. !-tt V.A.H 'I'll IM.
Tiik Voltaic Bki.t Co.. of Marshall.'
Mich., olfer to send their celebrated Ei.y - j
mo-Voltaic Belt and ither Elfti:ii
Aitliavcks on trial fur ilurtv daj--, to
men (J'oung or old) nfllu-ted wfth nervous'
iciiiiitv-, loss ot vitality and luauhood. and !
an Kiuureu irouoied. Also lor ilieumr.tini.
neuralgia, paraljsls. and nrinv other ills
cases. Complete restoration loV.ealth, vigor
and manhood guarantied. No risk N in
curred as thirty davs trial is allowed. Write
them at once for illustrated pamphht tree
Croup, Whooping Cough and Uron
chilis iinincdiatetv relieved by Sldloh's
Cjrc. Sihl by YV. E. Dement.
"llackinelack." a lasting and fra
grant nerfinne. Price 2."i and M runts.
Sold bj- W. 15. DcaienL
For lame Hack, Jsule or Client usi
Sliiloh's Porous Piaster, Puc 'Si cents.
For sale by W. E. Dement.
A Xasal Iniector free wdh each
bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy
Price SO cents. Sold bj W. E. Dement
e .re prepai-d to pnt.t
One lb Salmon Labels
of v.u.pn.'vr qunlitv . cll n:ihe.l.
At S1.40 per M.
A L. BANCROFr.tLO..
721 Market Street.
Thero la tio Need of My Advoi
tlslng Tiie prnf of the pudding is ihewnif the
Upo. V. Sunburn, Agl.
HINDS, KETCHUM & CO..
ASroBIA, - - - NEW YORK.
Notice of Application.
XTOTICE 13 HEREBY (51 VEX THAT TIIK
J-i undersigned Intends to applv to the
common council of the city of Astoria at its
next regular meeting, for a license to sell
wine, malt and spirituous liquors in less
iiuautitles than one (piart. hi lhe huilding
situated on Lot No. 1. Block No. IC. on Con
condy sireet.in the citj'or Astoria as laid
out and recorded ly John McClure.
Astoria, .March 3. 1S33.
Notice of Application.
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.1VEX THAT THE
undersigned will apply to the Common
Council, or the City of Astoria, at its next
regular meeting for a license to sell wine,
malt and spirituous liquors, in less quanti
ties than one quart, for a period of one j'car
In the huilding fronting on Cot comly street,
and situated on Lot No. C, Block No. 7. in
the city of Astoria as laid out and recorded
hy John McCluie.
Astoria. February ath. 1SS5.
T P. liEATIIEKS HAS RETURNED
f and Ls ready to turn out some line Ash
ing boats for the river. Shop on-the beach
between Kinney's and Elmore's canneries.
i (III! X-l
'ViiJ?v JjRii ' li'-atSs 1
This : .''u :i -.-, r var.-s firv5 t f t
(iintv. 1 t ,1-iil u.ul--ii 1 i.es d sie
kii. ,1 .1 ''li-i t'.e t-rd. irv Lids kit
anne: . ! i.h.i;m-uii' : : the .i
tittute I-si -hurt welfh. ahiin r
p!i.xpli'.t t-v,5:-rs. Said onl it r,ii. K
i i:KiNi. Pv.-iu:k ('.. H-" i.J: st. N.
mm & TKOHIPSOK.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS,
Crtickcry and Glasvan
j&1X1 3ET'ooc3.? 3E3to,
WKERRY Si COMPANY,
fresh and Oun-d bleats,
FRUITS. BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOMTK OCCIDENT HOII.L.
IXs:V.nrs street. Astoria, i
Iljihi trrrJ. Istorln, Orrsmi.
KKItl.JIAV A. CO. i-KOS'Zlir.TOlts
RKSPL'CTFl I.LA CALL THE Al'lPX
tion of the puhhc to the !ae: that the
v. iove Clarke will :dvv'sleii!pptiedvvl'i a
Ft 1.1. VARIETY AND RP.T QFAI.1TY
F?IESH AMD CURED iTtEATS 1 !
Which will he s,.!d at lowest nttes, w hole
sale and retail.
J5?"SiK'0ial attention given to Mippljmg
LDEB & (H).
AEXTS I-OR THE
Best Sun Francisco Houses and
TimibJers Decanters, and All
Kinds of Saloon Supplies.
?All goods sold at San Francisco Prices.
OpKUe Parker House, Astoria, Oregon.
Proposals for l-'rrsh tlrcraiid .Mutton.
llendquaiters I)ept. of the ColumMa,')
Oftiee or ihe Chief Commissary.
Vancouver Bks., W.T.. I'eb'j-'ii. lis". )
SKA LED PROPOSALS IN TRIPLICATE,
subject to the usual conditions, vlll be
received at this ofllce and at the ofllces of
the Acting CoinuiLviaries of Subsistence at
the following named jwvsts. (ior the tresh
hH-f and mutton nevded at those posts onlj)
until 12 oVlock noon on Wedncsdav, March
25, ISSTi. at which time and places thev will
he onencd 111 the piesence of bidders, for
furnishing and delivery of fresh beef ami
mutton during the j-ear i.muuenclng .lulv.
Boise Bks.. I. T., Fort Canliv-, W. T., Fort
Cour d'Alene, I. T. Fort KJamath. Ogn.,
Fort Sjokane, W. T . Fort Tovwisend, W. T.,
Vancouver Bl.s. W. T and Fort Walla
Walla. V.. T.
Proposals willaLtohe received at the same
time and date for -uppl v Ing Fort Colvllle.
W.T.. aud Fort Lanvval. I.T.. at this otllce
and at the ofrices 01 the A. C. S.. Fort Sio
kaue.W.T..and Fort Walla Walla. W. T
The Coveniment reserve, the ruht to re
ject any or a I bids.
Bidders will understand that rontrac s
made nndei this advertLsement, and pro-
IKisals made 111 response thereto, shall not
e construed to involve the 1 nlted St'ites in
any obligation for juvment iu evcess of the
apitropnation granted by Congress for the
Blank proposals anil printed circulars,
stating the kind of beef and mutton re
quired, and giving full instructions as to the
manner of bidding, conditions to he ob
served bj- bidders, and terms of contract
and itajment. will be furnished on applica
tion to this olilce, or to the A. C. S, at the
Envelopes containing proposals should be
marked "Proposals for Fresh Beer, (or Mut
ton,) at Fort ," and addressed to
Iho undersigned or to the "Acting Commis
sary of Subsistence"' at the several posts.
C. A. WOODRUFF,
Captain &C S..U.S.A..
Chief C. S. D. C.
Notice to Delinquent Taxpayers.
TtfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
L will levy on the property of the delin
quent list of i!S4, if the taxes- are not paid
. Chler or Police.
Astoria, Feb. 9, 15S5.
THEY RECEIVED THF.
For FLAX TR READS at the
London Fisheries Exhibition 1883.
And have beui awarded HIGHER PRIZES at the various
Than the good of anj- other
1 THE WORLD.
Quality oan Always
One of the lills of the Harbour Flav .Spinning Co., Paterson, Xew ,ler?ey.
HENRY DOYLE 8s CO.,
5 1 7 and 5 1 9 Market Street, - - San Francisco.
Agents lor Pacific Const.
Seine Twines, Rop& and Netting Constantly on Hand.
Of railionl changes which T
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Clothing, Blankets, etc,
Coods at Cost I
GOO-SS 2-LT "Otm OWI? S2SI
23rop in and C me.
ITucle Sam's Corner.
GERitiANIA BEER HALL
BOTTLED BEER DEPOT,
Clit-nnintts Street, Astoria.
The Best of Lager 5 Cts. a Glass.
Orders lor tlie Celebrated
Nortlerii Pacilc Brewery Beer
I.eTt at this place will be promptly
3"No cheap San Francisco Beer sold at
Vt'ai. BOCK, Proprietor.
One E. W. BLISS. Latest Improved
HOWE SOLDERiNG MACHINE,
With West's Crimper attached.
This 3fcblne Is Xearly Xew and Is Sold for
Want or Use.
GEO. W. DUXBAR'3 SONS.
Navv Orleans, La.
be Depended .
shall make, T am compelled to
-t .ek of
i Proposals for Transportation.
1 1 EA nQUAr.TFRS DKPARTMFN'T ov 1
TnE Columbia, j
, Office of Cnir.F Quartermaster, i
, Vancocvfr Barracks, W.T., i
i February23, 18&. J
SEALED PROPOSALS, IN TRIPLICATE,
subject to the usual conditions, will be
rppiivfil nt thU ofllee until 12 o'clock, noon.
1 on Monday. March ., 1SS3, at which time
ami place they win ueopenea mine pres
ence or bidders, for the transportation or
military supplies on the following described
routes during year commencing Jul y 1, 1335.
and ending.) une f0, 1SSG :
Route No. l Spokane Falls, W. T., to
Fort Spokane. W. T.
Route No. 2. Ashland, Oregon; to Fort
Route No. s. Kuna, I. T. to Boise Ear
racks, T. T.
Route No. 4. For transportation of U.S.
Military supplies between Astoria and Fort
btevens. Oregon, and Fort Canby. W. T.
The Government reserves the right to re
ject any or all proposals. Blank, proposals,
form of contract, and printed circulars, giv
ing full information as to the manner of bid
ding, terms of contract and payment, will
be furnished on application to thi3 office.
Envelopes containing proposals should be
marked : "Proposals for Transportation on
Route No. ,' and addressed to the un
dersigned. A. S. KIMBALL.
Major and Quartermaster u. St A.