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THURSDAY MARCH 19.1S83
PORT OP ASTORIA.
A'. A' eUH SKA.
hUstocud, Br lit Queenstown March Yi
VKSsXx IX Ttlh IllVKii.
J. II Brown Arasp
Chlpnan. Ur sp
Kenton. Br bk
Remonstrant. 3r W.
.Jane borett, Br bk
Hafalee. Ur bk
MtWashinm-on, Am ap
Cumbrian. Rr bk
Monmouthshire, Br bk
Bancs. Br bk
M A E. Cox. Br sp
San Luif, Br bk
P-tfSSffLtf UA TUB WAi.
From rrlc I'ortH. for tlu
AHahabad. Hr bk 1148 Hong Kons
Archer Br bk TfiS Liverpool
Beeraah. Br bk Valparaiso Jaa J3
Becobbo'tn, Br bk7C8 Antlfosasta Jan 11
Carsaron Castle, Br splSM Sidney
City of Madrid Br sp f'conos Ay re Nor IH
Cavoadrs, llrbkTll V&lpareiso
19ma Br bk Valparaiso Jan 20
Erplerer. Br sp Valparaiso
Edward Percy. Br bk S Oallao
Haddingtonshire. Urs; 150 Rio Jan 24
KiUy. Brbk Valpara so Jan SI
Lobe. Br. bk. W Carriral
Lcvcn. Brbk 775 Vilparaito Soit
MoHLo, Oer bk SS Lirori'ool
Madura. BrAkSTO Choctoo
Oban Bay, Br bk Va parauo
QuiHota. Br bk C6 Valparaiso
Hirer Lerea. Br bk 773 Valparaiso
Solving. N oi bk uH Callao Jan 59
From American Portn.
THMc E. htarback. Am sp 3931 New York No? 13
TIKS TARXtR FOR ArtTOItlA.
United States Sonat nm i ! !? Slater
Representative in Congress M. C. George
"Overnor.............. yMr p Moody
G,..e?10r's Jf.cr"ar3'""Cu-is. B. Moorcs
Secretary of State It. I. Earhart
i ?-H?urer- Hd. Hirsch
lVl'S"' Treasurer a. F. WTuecler
faup t Public Instruction K. lLMcElroy
State Pnnter..... .... "VV H Byars
Cleik School Laud Board E, P. McCornac
iS24 lyMne Ahjlum Dr. 11. Carpenter
Sup t Penitentiary. ;eo. Collin-
Supreme Judges j. B.Waldo
I W. "W.Thayer
District Judges :
Sil1 V'SJirtSl Webster
Second District ni. .-..-. ,,.
Third District !Z3.' ..R P. Boise
urth District Seneca Smith
Sixth District M L Olmstead
Clatscp County Officers:
Judge p A Mrthdiv
C. J. Trenchnrd
.W. G. Rns
i D. K. Warren
.....J. F. Warren
...i. l . 1'aiKer
J. E. Hlgirlns
J.J C. Ko.
Astoria City Officers:
Auditor and Clerk .T. S. Jew fit
Treasurer j. Ki. Hustler
Assessor..... w,. p. Wheeler
SmES1 ?uIlHS,nl,,Mlenr T1105- Lost"
Ciller or Police :.CIaik Ijiuglirey
Police Judge c. H. Stockton
... If. u
i ir-.i warn
It. i. ".t or
A. A.t Jcelind
Second V, anl J c. .1. Tieucliatd
Oregon Railway & Navigation
II Mil WATKIt.
.second. mm. Second J
el F IS I h IS
niii w 7-t - - r.- j c so 28 :,rc,
15 0 23 7-t. 11 .'il 7-) C 03 2-2 G 2J
icj o -is xv o :) so c 40 1 5 t, ro
17, 1 07 S.ti 1 U) 7-j, 7 12 io 7 22
18 1 S2 iS I 5J 7 8 7 4". 0T 1 r.2
l4? 153 i 2St 7-l'S2:i 01 S2S
20 2 .-W HO .1 21 (TCI fl fi3 01 I 01
21 sos t-o 124 in I io no 0-2 9 is
22 .1 52 S-7 .". -12 WHOl 0 5 10 41
2il 4 4S S4I 7 13 5'4 0 i' 0 7 11 .17 I
21 5 C7 .V0 8 S .V7 - - -- l u
23 7 22 7 S u U 6Mj 1 27n) ..7J S 01
During the month of .Mai eh. is'.. Ooeau
Steaiueis I11 sad from Putland to San
Iranclsco, and from San Francisco to Port
land, as follows. Iaing AhiMvoith Dock,
lortland, at Midnight, and Stx-nr Stieet
N harf. Shu FranclM-o. t io A. .v.
From San Franci-co.j From Port land.
nnJL7?bVi. TI,rC,flk,,oen of I'atilic Sun'l
Quepn ofj'acitic Tu IK OrfRou .. .. hrr C,
Oregon. . Sun 15'Cotumbia ..."... e.l II
?Jr,5,J',1?. ; .'.". 9'Qnen of Pacific Moil If.
.liicunai ...nca zii.Urecon S.if -"l
Mon .XJjColnmbia 'fliur 2C
ApriStatofL'al Tn 31
s L Apr
' The Kbrtqcni Pacific is Iiard at
vrork on its Cascade branch, from
Ainsworth to Ndw Tacoma, a distance !
oE 290 miles, which will be completed
in a year. Tunneling not being fcas-'
ible,a ssries of switch-back tracks J
. will be built over the mountaius. The ,
. Northern Pac.fic is said to be in a fair
way to gain control of all the Oregon I
Bailway and Navigation Company's
interests, and if this is dond the Cas
cade line will undoubtedly be abau-'
doncd. There is do -e competition be-1
tween the railroad and steamship com-
pany for northern business, tho former !
now carrying pissengers from Port-.
land to Tacoma, Seattle or The Dalles,
for SI each. Seattle has no rail cannpr.
thai ' t-on. at Present, the line from Tacoma
nfr. ;Mit .-L-r' -. Having oeen aoanionedand thetraffc
. uwujr uFul ""f ,- uunno , torn;ur. Tbe p are ansious t- ,
the manydiseases iii derjto that iin.Pe the-Northern Pacific defeated in
portant organ, and tJAjrahting the nu-' ite ?lear3 to secure all the trafiic i
. m .mV . e . i facilities, as thev are opposed to si-'
msroris ailments tKti anse from its'rnintin if flp:.Ji-- M1:
W .v r . i?; , "'""rra. jjixl uuiv&i iuei
I .itf 33"BtB
1? jasc what its name implies ;
Purely Vegetable Compound,
deranged or tbrBidaction, sucli as
DyspepsiaX JAjridice, Bilionsness
RheumatoJeta It. is therefore s
atiisrmr "To lave Good Health
:he liver must be kept in order
DB. 8ANF0SD3 LIVER INVIG0RAT0B.
rnvlsrorates the Liver, HeptilatestheBow
2ls, Strengthens the System, Purifies the
Blood. Assists Digestion, Prevents Fevers.
Is a Household 'Need. An Invaluable
Family aredicine for common complaints.
D3. SAirFOED'S UVZa nrTIGOEATOR.
An experience of Forty years, and Thov
iands of Testimonials prove its Jler.t.
Fon fi-VLn ir alt. dralkrs nr medicines
For Tull infornntion Krwl yonr addrc3 for 10t
-sBook on the "Liver and 1U d!oaries." :
SWHOHD 24 I)CAU ST., NEW ItJKK tltJP
Temple Lodge, No. 7A.F.A. M,
first and third Tue-das in each
mouth, at 71-; oMock. i. M.. at the
Hall in Astoria. Membeis nf the order in
good standing are incited to attend .
Bv order of the W. M.
The hours between mid.iiunt and noon are
designated by a (a. v..). those between noon
and midnight by p (v. at). oA. 00m a denotes
miduigiit. irt. 00m. 7i denotes noon.
The heteht is reckoned from the Ieel of
average tov.crlon uaterstowhlch thesouud
lns are given on tiie Coast Sun ev cliarts.
Columbia River Exnorts.
SG8 837 bus. wheat
24.S3S bbls. Hour "
Total, (18 cargoes)
GlC73biis. w eat......
S a07 libN. flour
n.90 .. &ilmon .
W M mmber J.VJ
Total (18 cargws)
Throush Tic-Lets sold to all principal
cities in the United State-.. Cm.'ida and
On and after March stii, isv.,. raeu
gei Trains will lcae Foitland lui liastem
points, at I ::$0 i. 21.. daih.
I ulltnan Palace Cars runniei: Wmoen Port
land, and St. Paul.
Itl-iEK UnihlOX (Jilddlc foliiiiibla).
Boats leave Portland for Dalle ut 7 :oo
land for I Mon I
Astoria and I
luinbitt..ISAM 6 AM
Ssitm .... i ...
Bearer "Lodge No. 35. 1. 0. 0. P.
lEGl'LAR MFKTING KV
XL ery Thursday etnilng at
seven o'eltiek. at the iwlKe-sisSr
n.om in Odd Fallows Hall. Asti.- ' tw
ria. Sojouniiug member f tin- order in
good standing, cordialK in n.-.l loatiend.
By order N. ;.
Ocean EncampuTe1iitrNo.l3, 1. O. O.F.
KBGUfABMEiniNGSOF (K'E,VN KN
cauipmeut No. IS. I. o. t. F.. at the
jaMigt. in the O.ld FelIov Budding, at
I'ltmd and fourth
Northern Pacific succeeds in if a nnlirv
01 controlling transportation, it will
be shut out from the sound, as it has
been from Portland.
A New York firm applied to Abra
ham Lincoln some yeara before he
became president as "to the financial
standing of one of his neighbors. Mr.
Lincoln replied as follews: "Yours
of the 10th iust. received. I am well
acquainted with Mr. and
know his circumstances. First of
all he has a wife and b.il w? innathor
they ought to be worth SC0.000 to anv
man. Secondly, he has an office in
which there is a table worth $1.50 and
three chairs worth savSl. Ln?f nf
an there is m one corner a largo rat
hole which will bear looking into.
PrrrsBuita, March 19. ltussiau
agents here are negotiating with Moor
head Ar Co.'s mill for heaw armor
plate in the event of n war with England.
ax Tli tea
jfk23 XX3CEI B3SST.
This i iler m-er varies A nnrvel of
purity, st-ei gth and wlio!?-o.itent. ;,Joh
economicjl thin the orditu'-v kinds, and
nnot bes-.M in competition ii the nml
tltude, ot low test short weight, alum or
puospnai- im;1it4. Hold only In can. It.v
alBakixo Pmvnrn Co.. i&; U'alt st. N. V.
seven i: i., on the
Mondays of each nioutl
ren cordialh inviUM.
CAM G AM 6 AM 16 AM
Tacoma and Seattle, dally at Iaki pm
ictoria Steamera do not run bandaj 6.
ceptSud ttotie-ioT Portland at 6 a. in. dally er-
K. A. NOYES, Agent Astori i.
Astoria Itetiil! Jinrk:t.
Flour per bbl .4.30
Wheat, per cental Sl.33
i Bacon, sides per B, 141C cts.
Shoulders. " 12J? ct.
Haws, " ir.lR cLs.
Lnn'. " 14lCK cts.
Mutton. l()15 cts.
Pork, 121G cU.
Veal, 14&20 cts.
Butter, per roll G075 cts.
Egcs, per dozen 1923 cts.
Potatws, per lt l ct
Cheese, per U 1020 cts
ixirnmeai, jr lb 4 cts.
7 3 9 eta.
Syrup, per gallon 7oc l.
iiuney, per gallon S1J23.
Salmon, per kit $450
Onions, per lb 34cU'.
Apples dried per lb 12" cts.
Poaches " I3.cts.
Plums. " i2lficLs.
Caudles, per lb 20 cts.
Chickens, per dozen S.
Hay, per ton 15 $20.
Jlides per 11 5 y cts.
Oils, per eallon. hnileii lmcon.i
raw linseed, 70c; coal o. 40c; IardSl.2i
The receipts ot certain articles of Or
egon produce, at san Francisco, from
Jamtaryl. lSSUo -Match 11th, 1R8.1, in
clusive, have been as follews:
Flour, qr sks .
"Wheat, ctls "...
Oats, sks "'
Salmon, b!N """"
hi bbK ; "
a? .... " -"
pkgs .......J..V "
Apr.t'j. Bhj, bs ..
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
Oregon & California R. R.
Fare to San Francloco $32 ; to Sacramento S30
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Between POUTL.t.D and ASHLAND'
.,,, MAIL TltAIK.
Poitlaud.. 730 a. Ml Ashland 4:45 a.m.
Ashland 8:45 r.MI'ortlaud 4:25 p. m!
ALBANY EXPRE68 TRAIN.
t. iLEVE ABRIVE.
Portland 4.-MP. m.' Lebanon 9 o v n
Lebanon i :t5 A. M.IPorUaiid 10 :03 a. m
iFli,1,rn'in.Pa,ace ?ISe,DK Car 'eaves l'ort
?,Vld,cI?1d?Js.aJ?d TSuRdavs. Keturning
k'av es Ashland Tuesday a and Fridays.
The Oregon and California ltallruad Ferry
makes connection with all Regular Trains
on Kastslde Division, from the ftotof FSt"
Kctweeu rorllaud and CurtHllin
.9 $o a. M.iCorvalli-. 4 ao p. m.
.8 :30 a. M.lPortlaud 3 -J20 p. ji.
.,.. EXPRESS TKAIX
Portland ... .5 :oo v MlMcMInnv ilie.8 :oo pm
McMinu!Ilc5:45 a Mll'orUaud s A m
'S tickets for sale, and baggage checked
at company's up-tovvn onice, conier Stark
and Second sti i cts. i.
i..,J?c erte t0,r MlIe t0 tno Mlndpal points
In California, can only be procured and
baggage checked, at the Companj 's ofllce.
Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or.
.r,rir8Ht;vv,,11 notbe received for shipment
r ucstside Divisions.
K. KOEHLblt, u. P. nOGERS.
Manager. j. P A P. Att
Seasljie Lodgo No. 12. A. O. U. V.
REGULAR MT.ETINOS OF SEASIDE
Ixidge No. 12. A. O. U. W. will be held
in their Hall over Camahan A: Co. on
'Ihursdayeveningofeach week. at 7 o'clock.
Members of the order in good standing, and
vLslting Brothers are invited to attend. Li
brary will bo open fifteen minutes before
and after eacli meeting. Bv order M. W.
C.'BRO VN, Kcc.
Astoria Lodffe"NoT4b L O.G.I.
REGULAR MEETING EVERY MON
day ev enlng at 7 i)0 o'clock, in the Hall
over Camahan'a store. Members of the Or
der, lu good standing, are invited to attend.
By order v. c. T.
American Legion offionor.
REGULAR MEETING OF ASTORIA
Council No. 995 is held on the first and
third Tuesday ot each month, at? o'clock p.
m. By order of the Council Commander.
R. V. JIONTEITH, Soc'ty.
Occident Council No. sTo. C. F.
MEETS EVERY FIRST AND THIRD
Saturday evenings of each month, at 8
o clock P. m. Members of the order are
respectfully requested to attend.
By order. -
C. BROWN, Recorder,
Gushing Post No. 14, G. A. R.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF. THIS POST
on the second and fourth Tiiwuiuc nr
-.. uiuuiu ah iair. ai. visiting com
rades cordially Invited. By order
Cushing- IieUef Corps No. 3, G. A. R.
and fourth Tuesdays of each month, at
2 P. M.
By order Mrs. C. ROSS.
Pacific Lodgre No. 17, K. of P.
"REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS
. , u4e jyery frniay evening, at 7:30
o'clock, in their Castle Hall, Sojourning
Knights cordially Invited to htten i.
VT. A. SHERMAN",
IC of R. and S.
A I.Ilc Sarin;? Present.
fr. M. E. Allison. Ilniehmntt k'....
"fd hi'; life by a simple Trial Bottle
of Dr. k inn's New Discovery, for Coti
suinption. which caused liim' a nmnum
ajargc bottle, that eompleleh cured
lum, when Doelois. change of 'climate
and everything else had failed. Asthma.
."V..mN ii"ar.seiies..everc toiiRhs.
and all 1 hroat and Lung diseases, it is
giiaranlpwl to enre. Trial Uoltles- free
at u.h. Dement t: Vo.' Drug Store
Wasixin-otox, March 18. Tt is re
sported that Secretary Manning wil
oon issue a bond call for 810.000,0001
or :j per cents, to mature May 1.
How He Got a Portion.
4,I applied for a position in a hanking
house in W all street siv months ago.
and although I proved mv competency.
thev would not lake mo' l I.-..I i.no
down on my hick and looked old and
.shabby. An idea struck me 1 got up a
"evv growth of hair with Parker's I lair
balsam, raided a decent suit of clothe,
applie 1 again, and thev took me in a
minute. So writes a clerk with 2,000
salary. The moral is plain. Patkers
Hair Balsam gives a person a new face.
WYATT & THOMPSON.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS.
Crockery and Glassware.
jtrmi. r"X SoSLJ YJtffnr
tiff." YnttSSTii vs!r-t -, ircsji..
Butler, pfcw . ........
Wool, bates "
Talknv. pkg. ...
Beef, bids... .7
Fruit, Drifd. pkgs...
Hams, pkgs .
Com. ells .....
Canned Goods, cs
BUILDERS AND CARPENTERS
SASH. DOORS AND MOULDING.
First-class Work at Prices to Suit
PfiANS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED.
0.H. Bain & Co.'s
Mm naning Mill and Sash Factory.
Boat Building: Spcrlalf jr.
Ilwaco Steam nttim Co.
FROM ASTORIA TO
Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canby and Ilwaco.
Connecting by stages and boats for
Cysterville, Montesano and Olympia
sffib "GEN. MILES,"
W. P. WHITCOMR, MASTRlt.
Will leave Astoria daily (Sundays excepted)
for Fort Stevens, Fort Canby and Ilwaco at
s a.m., with Oistcrvllle malls and express
dally, and through mails to points bevond
and to Montesano, W. T., ln-w eekly.
Astoria Division No. One, Uniform
Rank, K. of P.
REGULAR MEETING ON THE FIRST
Thursday of each mouth, in their A.r
morv Hall. In Puiii:m rsi.Mn at en n
ular drills on the second, third and fourFh
i.iu ua i cacu montn, at such place as
shall be designated by the c romaiuler.
Sojourning Sir Kn'ght- cordially Invited
to meetings and drills.
Astoria Ladles' Coffee" Club.
REGULAR MEETINGS AT THE CLUB'S
rooms adjoining Liberty Hall on the
" P M Fridays of eacli month at
Jl MRS. B. S. WORSLE Y, Pres.
REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND
. .fou.rT" TUBSday evenings of each month
at 7iJ o clock.
.u-rersons uesiring to have mattera acted
upon by tho Council, at any regular meet
ing intuit present the same to ihe Auditor
and Clerk, on or before the Friday evening
prior to tho Tuesday on which tho Council
holds Its regular meeting.
THOS. S.J EWE-IT.
Auditor and Clerk.
A Work or Art.
One of the peal est and most elaborately
nnished Writing Desks ever seen on this
coast can be seen on exhibition in the win
dovvof the clear stonv n-Yf tn p-ncto.'j t?
change, on Water street In this city. The
desk was made by .Mr. C. Constarittne of
'"t aim ceriaimy renects great credit
on the skill, taste and workmanship of the
manufacturer. 'Hie desk Is about hfty-two
Incht-s hl"h by two feet in width and fcjmade
out of v arioas w oods sucli as oak. ash but
ternut, walnut and white holly; they were
nr-t sawed out in pieces and so cut in beauti
ful designs as to resemble Hue bracket work.
.i ', r S , r OI ,nc 'P3K Inlaid with
uiiuiuai im ume -veivet. At tne back on
either side of a squnre recess are two hand
somely caned apartments with folding
doors. In the desk part aro a number of
Pigeon holes lor papers, envelopes, etc.. this
Is surmounted with beautlml bracket work,
and on the top or each side Is a white door
hiudsomeiy carved ; underneath Is a semi
circle, also carved in rich designs, inlaid
with gilt work. The sides are iSlaid with
cnmvou velvet, tho bracket work being laid
oyerit in different kinds of rich woods, the
whole being surmounted with goid mould
ings. A brief description or this wonderful
Invention COUViv: nn l.loa nr Ira Alann
and finish, one must cdAir tn nnnmni... .
The desk will be rallied off and persons, de
sirous of procuring a handsome and userul
pmnrneut for the home ofllce should not
Ipse the opportunity to take a chance. Mr.
Constautlne can be found at the store any
time to show those desirous of seeln" the
WHERRY & G0HPANY,
Kresli and Cured Meats,
FRUITS. BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL,
C'ilKXASII'b NCrcet. .lNtorla. Og
THEV RECEIVED THE
For FIJLX THREADS at the
London Fisheries Exhibition .1883.
And Inve been awarded HIGHER PRIZES at the v arioas
Than tlie.good of any other
IN TIIK WORLD.
can Always be Depeadal 9a,
3Ialusttrrl, lilorla, Oregon.
RRJJrA' A CO. PROPKIF.TORS
RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTKN
M0 f "'e Piihlic to the fact that the
abov e Market w ill alvvaj.s be supplied w 1th a
rUI.L VARIETY AND BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS I I
Which will be sold at lowest rates, whole
sale and retail.
s!uTSpeP,!l1 atte"li(.11 ,vw' suppljing
LOKB '& CO.
o t" a
Fare to Ilwaco,
'Passengers will save 23 cents bv puichiis
ing tickets berore going on board."
Ilwaco Freight per Ton, - $2.00
ESFor Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the ofllce of the company, Grav's
wharf, foot of Benton street.
THIS IS TO NOTIFY ALL "WHOM IT
may concern that Lam Hen Bow. who
has been In .the employ of Kong Wing
f'awnbrokerShop, Ls no longer employed by
the firm aud has no authority to transact
any business, or pay or receive any money
ror said Kong Whig Co.
KONG WING CO.
The rraiuM 7.., .. . .' . h. ' ' ,t . ( . t
HL'MIM. II lAiT.s.s. ...s of j tx
u ctftrn lu a .;'.. ,u,hh cillnt I'KOST 1 Tit.
1:111: . m:. ur.uurx iii:o;.tux .
the a. I. Ycrfor t'KOX TA TUltMirA !' tt -.
f 1 ( fr jmria', C. fmelftQf. $m i;. t .
rti' m jirfr. ututrt,t f tt. U lr t I If
Ml:' 111 "'A s 4A)V... ItL . f ii. m.
14'tSntr 1 S st t r.
TTnlon India Rubber Co.'s
Pure Pain Gum
BKWAItE OF IMITVTIONS!
r,M5.i,ljre t,ie boo,s nre stamped CRACK
PllOUF on the heels, and have tho PUitF
OUM SPIIIXGS on the fool and Instep
which prevent their cracking or breaking
AXb ASBESTOS Soles S I '&$
them last mora Uian iuiP . iJ ..i .:..
Rubber boots made. b 4U U,J
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS
ALL KINDS RUBBER BELTING PVCK-
S.M.KUNYON. r .-finftanclsco.
YOU.VG IK.V!-KEA1 THIS.
vm.b yo,-JAir "elt Co.. of Marshall.
Mlch.voffertosend their celebrated Ei.co
tko- oi-taic Bklt and other Elfctkic
Appuancp-s oil trial for thirtv days, to
men (young or old) afilicted wfth nervous
detiilitv.lossof Ittllty aud manhood. and
all kindred troubles. Also for rheumatism,
neuralgia, parnlj sis. .uul manv other diseases-.
Complete restoration to health, vigor
and manhood guaranteed. So risk Is in
curred as thirty days trial Is allowed. Write
tueni at once for Illustrated pamphlrt tree
Shiloh's Cpngh ana Consumption
Cure Is sold by us on cuarnnte. it
cures consumption. Sold ! V. E. De-
ih .ou suifer with Dyspepsia and
Liver ( omplaint'.' Shiloh's Vitalizer is
guaranlee.i tn cure j on. Sold h K.
-Sleepless .NMghts made miserable
by that terrible rough. Shiloh's Cure is
the remedy for you. Sold bv W. R. De
ment A; Co.
-ShilohV. Vitalizer is what jou need
by E. Dement
Catarrh ured. health ami sweet
breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Rem
edy. Prli-e 00 cents ilasal Injector free.
h or sale by W. K. Dement.
ftJOTK'E IS HEREBY G1VENTHATTHF
Li undersigned lias been appointed assl'-n-eeor
the estate nf n i?.. - i...riV".
i-i!? .AU creditors or said eiate are no-
ilr,V j"i nifir ciaims against said es
tate under oath, to me, w Ithln threo months
sltJi,.ei.?!.c:.ot F- . Wnton. in the citviVf
.v.-.. wii.i, lai-M.j. iiiiiiu v, uregou
AGENTS FOR THE
Beat San Francisco Houses and
Tumblers Decanters, and All
Kinds of Saloon Supplies.
Sr-All goods sold at San Francisco Prices.
Oppsvdte. Parker House. Astoria, Oregon.
Proposals Tor Fresh Beefand JXuttoii.
Headquarters Dept. or the Columbia,")
OKlce or the Chier CommLssary.
ancouver Bks.. V. T., Feb'y 21, 1885. J
SEALED PROPOSALS IN TRIPLICATE,
subject to the Usual conditions, will be
received at this onice and at the offices of
nn' -cung commissaries or Subsistence at
mu lonpwing named posts, itor the fresh
beefand mutton needed at those posts only.)
until 12 o'clock noon on Wednesday, March
25. 1S3.'. at which timo and nlnrpi thni.' 11-01
Iw opened in the presence of bidders, for
.uiuuuinauu unlivery 01 iresn neet and
mutton during the year commencing July.
1st. 1SS5. '
Boise Bks.. I. T., Fort Cauby, W. T., Fort
Coeur d'Alene. I. T.. Fort Klamath. Ogn..
Fort Siwkane, W. T.. Fort Towusend. W. T.
ancouver Bks. AV. T.. and Tort Walla
Propoals will also be received at the same
t me and date ror supplying Fort Colvllie.
. r.. and Fort Lanvvai. t. T.. at thLs ofllce
and at the offices of the A. C. S.. Fort Spo
kane. W. T., and Port Walla Walla, W.T.,
. The Government reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
Bidders will understand that contracts
made under this advertisement, and pro
posals made in response thereto, shall not
Ik const nied to Involve the United States In
any obligation for pavment in evcess or the
appropriation granted by Congress ror the
One of the 3Iills of the Barbour Flax Spinning Co., Paterson, New Jersey.
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
5 1 7 and 5 1 9 Market Street, - . San Francisco.
Agentsj for raciUc Coast.
Seine Twines, Rope and Netting Constantly on Hand.
Proposals for .Unitary Supplies.
fiiqiartkrs depart3if.nt of
Office of Chief QuAnTKnjj.vsri.ui. c
ancouver B vrracks, W. T.. 1
S.Ji".1.!0 ten3'' conditions, will be
received at this opce or at the onice of the
FmiliQua.rterraa?teN at the following
named posts, until 12 o'clock, noon, on Mon-
time they w ill be opened, in presence of bid
Xfm,'of?.r tne oIshlng and delivery of
military supplies during the fiscal v ear coiu
mfcncmg July i.isw, ami ending June 30.
L5&?ifo,,OB5: Woot1' Charcoal. Oats
n,e'?ran' IIny and Htraw. r May In
lieu of Straw, or such of said supplies as
SHE. H? re11u,ted a : Portland Oregon.
Boise Barrack??. T. T - Fnrt rrn,r-Ac,n...ib''
T. : rortCceurd'Aleni. r.T v.irr cnri
1.: ron fannv. v. t - vnrt avii
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Notice of Application.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Til F
undersigned will apply to the Common
Council, of the City or Xstoria. at its Text
regular meeting for a license to sell wine
malt and spirituous liquors, in less quanti
ties than one quart, for a period or one year
rromdate in the building situated on the
west half of Lot 5. Riort- hi nn iV.i
street, lu Shively's Astoria. '
Astoria, March iBiMsff015-
Blank proposaLs aud printed circulars,
slating the kind of beef and mutton re
quired, and string full instructions as to the
manner nf biddhur. con.Htimw tn . ni.
serynl by bidder, and terms or contract
and payment, will be furnished on applica-
...... u ... Mime, t.i in mi- j. v.. n. at tne
sev vjral posts. -.... mu
Enveloiies containing pro posals should be
niarked "Proposals for Fresh Beef, (or Mill
ion.) at Fort- ," an'd addressed to
the undersigned or to thd "Acting Commis
sary or Subsistence" at the several posts
C. A. WOODRUFF.
Captain & C. S.. U. S, A..
Chier C. S. D. C.
lVli nr wW T J ' t IVJIia
orJrH.K1imatU' reRn Fort Colville, U .
i. The Government reserves the right to
reject any or all proposals. Prerereute w ill
be given to articles of domestic production.
-u.. .,, a...ytlui uuuieiii; prouucnon mo-,
teL0? e-f111.0 Coast- conditions of
price and nualitv hoinrronnni tih nv.n...
of the consumption required by the public
service there Blank proposals and primed
circulars glyng lull particulars as to the
P.Hnn ,Jw,J?,r-et.' w ,u be f u-n'shed on
application to tins ofllee or the Quarter
masters at the various post-, named. En
velopes containing proposals shoulJ be
marked :- "Proposals for at . and
addressed to the undersigned, or the re
spective Po3t Qmirterniastere.
Major and Quartermaster. L'. S. A.
Notice to Delinquent Taxpayers.
"JWOTTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
will levy on the property ot the delln-
2nmneffie-.1!SMrU,e mes m not d
o..i r? v. n . Chier or Police.
Astoria, Feb. 9, 1S85,
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVENTHAT THE
undersigned was on tiie 5th day ot Jan
uary. 188S."fllllv nnnnlntoil l,v tl.i r...i..
eniAftr,eVi.'7 """ J "" i"i
Af V.I,'.. B i'r Y "Tl"" lor ine county
f c,d,t3P. administrator or the estate of
Hans Plenning. deceased- All persons hav
ing clalins against said estate are hereby
notiied to present the same properly veri
fied tp me at my ofllce at the Union cannery.
15iAs.t0.r,a' re?n within six montlLs from
Dated, Astoria, Or., January 29, issi 5-it
Notice of Dissolution.
f-nHE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX
J. isting between the uuderslcned, under
the firm name of Wheeler & KIpp is this
day dissolved by mutunl consent.
E. A. Wheeler wUl pay all liabilities of the
firm and Ls alone authorized to collect tne
bills due the same.
E. A. WHEELER,
Witness: J ' -?AL.
Final Settlement N.otice of Admin
TN THECOUxST Y COURT OF THE STATE
A or Oregon for the county or Clatsop, in the
matter of the estate ot Hazen A. Parker, de
ceased : To all persons Interested in said
estate : Yon are hereby notified that W. W
Parker, administrator or said estate, has
tiled in said court his final account as such
administrator, and that said court has ap
pointed the cth day or April, 1S83, at the
court house in said county, at the hour or
pne o'clock p. ar., as the time and place for
hearing objections to said final account and
the settlement thereof, at which time and
place all persons itterested are notified to
, , , W.W.PABKER,
Administrator of the Estate or
,1?a7cn - 1'aricer, deceased.
Astoria. Or. February 13, 1S35. td
no they TonnjrorOId.
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Chriale Remedial Agency, 160 Fulton SL, N. Y,
Prof. Jean Ctcialr.
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Spring. New adjustment. Used by largest
Rinks. Send for circular to
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