The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899, April 02, 1885, Image 4

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ASTORIA, OREGON:
THURSDAY APRIL 2. 1SS3
SHIPvPiNG'fN'tELUGEN'CE
PORT OF ASTORIA.
VESSELS IX THE RIVER.
Janet McNeil.
Hnttt.Vi.Monarch
( bipman. Brsp
Kenton HrbV.
ItomenstrniiU Brblc
.lace iitrett. Hr bk
Haidoo, JJr bk
MtWashington, Am sp
Col oni a.
Roslin Castle
21-A i. Cox. Ursa
ban Luis, Hr bk
VESSELS OA TRE WAY.
From Forclcu I'ortft, for Ue
Columbia Diver
Archer. Br ML 7(3 Liverpool
Hcemah. Hr bk Valparaiso Jan 21
lieeebholtn, Br 1)V7G3 AntifOKMlaJcaJl
Carnaron Castle, Br By 1S0J Sidney
City of Madrid Or p Hneoos Ayrcs Nov ID
Casand-a, Brbk.711 Valparaiso
Elma. Br bk Valparaiso Jan SO
-.-! Li
Kdwa'd Percy. Br bk 862 Oallao
Haddingtonshire, Br sp 1 J50 Rio Jan 21
Kitty. Br bk Valparaiso Jan 21
l.obo. Br, bk, 899 Carwal
LcrcD, Br bk 775 Valparaiso Sept S
Moltkc. Gcr 1A Si3 Lirarpoofj-: "& J
iuauura, ur iik a.u i uceioo
Uban IUj-. Hrbk Va paraiso
Qutilola Br bk tOh Valparaiso
Rivor Levon Ur bk 773 Valparaiso
SoKeic. Xur !-k COi Callao Jan 29
From American Port.
TiHie 1.. Marback. Am up" 1931 New York Nor H
TIXU: TABLE FOR ASTORTA.
APRIL.
1IIOH WATER. J LOW WATER.
11m Second. First. Second.
h. H.
:. wi.
h. m.
h. m.
IC
1 fiS pjl
2M J8S
21
A
s ...
31
3C
40
i i
13
t 00
!4)
10 23
10 59
11 27
11 .V.
0 2.5
1 (I".
13
7 47
10 o2
10 B
11 3
12-
10
10
11
12
14
0 22
or.i
lt
2 CiO
2 43
33
4 35
C 51
7 2
8 40
IC
20
1 1 4')
1) 2 2 .W
'2 3 21
1 0 4 31
8 o r 4 I
8 0 C51-
7 1) 8 Ob
23
27
32
35
08
08
09
10
11
12
15
19
23
72 9 07
74 0 31
7b'l0 34
70,11 14
25 10 02
11 (Jl
11 1
hi
11 4G
tt 37
1 18
-ij O 15 SR;
TO
0 4ld 8 9
2 00;
The hours between midnight and noon are.
aesignaieu uy a (a. si.), tuose between noun
and midnight bv p (p. sl). 07i. 00m a denotes
midnight, oft. 00m. p denotes noon.
Thelielghl Is rccKoned from the level of
n erage low or low waters to which the sound
ings are given on the Coast Survev charts.
'Columbia River Exports.
onirainjfTs foreign.
JAM'AItY.
st8 837.1ms. wheat .-.&...
24.633 bbh. Hour
,.,$038,371
.. 93,252
TQtaUCl 9 cargoes) . $731,023
f .
J'FURlTARr.
C1C735 bus. Mheat
3.o37 bbls. Hour
IL.K9013 snhnon..........
' WJS M lumber . ...:.
Total (10 cargoes)
SIARCII.
AYheat. 32278 bus....
Flour, 9.237 bbh
Total, (c cargoes)
$475,230
152.090
59.950
59.873
$747,143
$229fi29
30,950
S27C.879
Antoria Retail 31 arkct.
Wii1?at, per'ccntal 31.35
OaU, " SlJiO
Bacon, sides per lb, 141G cts.
JShouldera, ' 12 cts.
Hams, " lfii8 cts.
Lard, " 1416fcts.
Beef, 9 18 cts.
Mutton, 1015 cts.
I'ork.VgiGcth.
Veai;i420cte.v
JJuttiir, per roll 5070cls.
Ers, per dozen 18(25 cts.
Potatoes, per lb 1 ct
Cheese, per Jb 1C20 cts -
uornmcai, pecjib 4 cts.
Oatmeal ,
B8J1S,
Coffee,
Tea;
-Kice,
naniZfia
f 4O0icisS
" 79cts.
biiRar,
" Gy9Vrct3.
oj'rup, per gallon 70Cj3 si.
Honey, per-frallon Sliu.
Salmon, per kitS4JK)
Onions, per lb 3$Hcts.
Apples dried, per lb.wgi2J4 cts.
Peaches ' 'UQtWcfsi
Plums, " " 121GcU?.
Candles, per lb 20 cts.
Chickens, per dozen $.
Hay, per ton 151 320.
Hides, per lb 5 9 cts.
Oils, per jwllon, boiled linseed, 73c;
raw linseed, 70e; coal oil. 40c; Iard5l.23
E. Lemon & Co.
TEED0RES andRlGGEBS
brtlaiulaml Astoria.
Portland O.Tlce Noj ic, X, Front street
JfA.'WILSOlf.
(Late of San Francisco.)
PA1HTER, "PAPER HAHGER,
AKD-
DEOORATOR
Has located in Astoria and solicits a share
efthe natronasc. All woik strictly flrst
olass. Tenns moderate.
Order box at Van Dusen's.
Itst Mid Beet. -TensteaY$-?Spkal.
Spang. New adjustment. Us4 ky largest
is0 SdJonclBKilarito w
416 Market St,, San Francisco.
2 U
2-37
3 32
i -r
fi 41
70 7Ka 03 7 f)2p
71 831 02 8 2.1
(.5 3 12 04 8. VI
C0D4S 07 935
"io 10-17 0 9 10 23
ri 4 11 4C 1 2 II 29 .
5C-- --0 52'
110 0l 4 2 2 00
(iC 2 14 4 0 3 01
71 .122 34 3 51
77 4 13 27 433
81 4 58 20 5 11
84 53C 12 550
8 0 0 03 0 C JH 24
78C4C 0 0 C 58
7C 7 25 -04 732
7 2 S-03 -06 8 03
6 7 8 5C -05 8 51
04 9 43 -02 S43
CI 10 51 02 10 48 .
Co - - -- Q'OS
C 41 0 OC 8 7 1 18
70 1 34 35 2 28
75 255 29 3 2S
80 10D 20 4 18
83 4 4S 14 5 03
8 7 5 37 08 5 40
79 C IS 03 C 19
7 (5 C 57 0 0 0 52
71 7 35a -Oil 7 22p
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ASTORIAK JIRECTOKY.
State Officers:
United States Senators J; g; g1
Kepresentatie in Congress M-C. 'George
Go enior. z. F. sloody
Bccrttarv-of state iU.1P. Sft-hart
!Assisiant.aecretarj-. FfiKSHMsklu
State Treasurer. .is&l.ferech"
Assistant Treasurer 2A7K Tlleele
Supt Public Instruction....iEB;3rcElroy
State Printer... ...:."W. IKByars
Clerk School Jnd Board ."E, P. McCornac
Sup't Insane Asj Jam ..Dr. JL Carpenter
SufTt PenKcntlary. JL Geo. Oolbns
(W. P. I-ord
Supreme Judges .J J. B. "Waldo
W.W.TIiaer
District JuncES :
First District L. B, "JVcbster
Second , District L. .ijtobert Bean
Third Districts :.i,i.E P. Boise
Fourth District, ... feeneca Smith
Firth Dlstrlcr F.'J, Taylor
Sixth Dlstrlct... .-aLrL Olmstead
Clatscp County Officers:
Judge.....
. G. A McGulre
Cleric.
...."C. J.Trenchard
Vf. G. Rbss
j D, K. "Warren
"jJno. Uobson
J. F. Warren
lsaac Bergman
G. F. Parker
J. E. Hlgk'lns
J.:CBoss
-Sheriff.. ..,
Commissioners ...
Assessor ,.M .....
Trcasurer...5r.MV
Survej or . .
School Sup't .......
Coroner. . .......
Astoria City Officers:
Mflvnr T W TTuma
.AudUoKiiua cVeJtk Z"ZZZ X. S. Jewett
3Treaserer.r-....,r: J. G. Hastier
Assessor. . Geo. P. Wheeler
Street Superintendent.. Thos. 1ogan
Chief of Police. Clark I.oughrey
Pollco Judge C. II. Stockton
Sexton -... M. Conley
COUNCILMEX :
(C. 1L Cooper
First "Ward A. A. Cleveland
I Isaac Bergman
( nms.Daly.
Second Ward....-.- C. J.Tienchard
' 'tehas. GratKo,
SOCIETY MEETINGS. J
Temple Liodere, No. 7A,P.A,M.
REGULAR COMMUNICATIONS
flrbt and third Tuesdajs In eachVi
mouth, at 754 o'clock, v. si., at theV
Halt in Astoria. Member;, or the order in
good standing are invited to attend..
By order of the W.M.
Bea7er Lodge No. 35. L O. O. P.
OEGULAlt MEETING EV
Xti ery Thursday evening ut
seven o'clock, at the Lodge
Toom in Odd Fellows Hall. Asto
ria, Sojourning members of tiio order htl
good st-audlng, cordially invited toaitei d. -3
'By order . -c - N. G. J
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O. J.
EEGCLAJLJIKEllNGSOF OCEAN EN
campmeut No. 13. I. O. O. F., at the
Jxdge, in the Odd Fellows Building, at
seven r. 31., on the second and fourth.
Mbnda-; of each muutbj Sdjorniirgbrctli
ren cordially Invited. "" -t,r ,IM
Xy order C'P.
Seaside Lodfire No. X2.A.. O. TJ, V
EEGUJA. MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
Lodge Ko. 12, A. O. U. "W. will be held
tn llieir Hill over Caruahau & Co.'s on
Thursday evening of cadi week, at 7 o'clock.
Members Of the order in good standing, and
Islttng Brothers are Invited to attend. Li
brary will be open fifteen minutes before
and after each meeting. By order M. "W.
.C. BBO V2f , Kec
Astqria LoOge Hov40.L O.G.I. t
OEGULAlt MEETING EVERY MON
Xk. daytsvenlng at 7 :30 o'clock, in the Hhll
over Carnahan's sUire. Members of the )r-v
der, in good standing, are Invited to attend.
By order , , W.C.TI
American Legion of Honor.
REGULAR MEETING OF ASTORIA
Council No 995 Is held on the first and
third Tuesday of each month, at 7 o'clock ?.
M. By order of the Council Commander. ,
It. V.MONTE1TH, Sec'ty.
Occia&nt.OouictL'No. 5. OTCfI
MEETS EVERY FIRST AND THIRD
Saturday evenings of-each monthriit 8
o'clock P. M. Members of the order are
respectfullv, requested to attend. r
TJyorder. J 'jniV r . f
" " d,BROS'ii,'RecOTder,
Cushlng: Post No. 14. G. A, B,
REGULAR AIKKTiNGa.OF THIS' POST
on the second and fourth Tuesdajs of
each month at 7 -.30 a, m. Visiting com
rades cordially lnv Ited. Bv order
P.C. -
dishing Relief Corps No. 3, Ci. A. B.
REGULAR MEETINGSONTHESECOND
.and .fourth lucsdav sol each jnonth, at
- I . JM
Xm LSdge every Friday evening, at 7:30
o'clock, in their Castle Hall, Sojourning
Knights cordially Invited to attend.
i'W.A.SH-ERMAN,
. JL of R, and S.
Astoria Division No-One, Uniform
Rank, K. of P.
REGULAR MEETING ON TOE FIRST
Thursday of each month, in their A r
moti Hall,inJ!)thlanCa.stlp.ataj..M. Beg
ular drills on the .socoiuL third, .and- fourth
Thursday of eachtoioath. at sucaflaceSas-
snaii oe (lesignatea oy xne uommanaer.
ejotrrnlnfrrTtgntftSrdraliriritUed
ttfifeetirgSHMdflifttr3: 1
st a a it . FoorT BoaoRTJi.
' Astoria ioiHilOoiree'clsWl
REGULAR MEETINGS AT THE CLUB'S
'roonfrmfrtrfr;ertvIKrrorf tlie
first and third. Friday s-of reach- month at
Mrs. Ik S.,WORSLE V, Pres. '
' .' ...
Common. Coubcil -ti.. '
REGULAR MKETINGS. SECOND AND
rfourtb JncfidaitiYenJDgs oTjeachmoiah
at 7J4 o'clock. . .
B-persons desiring tb'naye matters acted
upon-by the Council. at any regular meet
ing must present tlm same io the Auditor
and Clerk, oft or before!tfe Fiday evening
prior to the luesdayjosa which the Council
holds its regular laoetiue.
xTB0S. 8, JEWETT,
Auditor and Clerk. ,
New San Francisco House.
WingiSttiife 0
A U .'JMVTEHg,
?
RetiiDi
Wiiofesa'i
3 mm n-
Chineio'? Mere
indfs;
The finest quality of Silk Goods, Dry
Goods, China "Ware, Chinese Nov el ties. Rlct,
Opium, Nut Oil, Tea, Preserved Ginger,
Sandal wood-:OU,l-To9th Powder. Blank
Books, Brushes, Broonfs, Nuts, Peppermint;
Headache Cure, Etc., Etc. A Large Stock
At Very Lew Prices.
SIT QUE Ls agent for Chinese Commis
sion Merchants and will take all orders and
promptly fill them.
Employment Office. r
All kinds oL. .Labor! furnished : reliable
Cannery Hands furnished piece work or
by tho day. Satisfaction promised In every
case. h . .jl itii-t
Notice.
OTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN THAT
city nsseswen.
alt i persons ha
in meir posse
must reiuwi
fthe City As:
r's on cee:
aotn uay oi
, 18S5. as no
celved afti
t date nor
lowed.
'. WHE&
r oi ASMnar
March 27th, is
Bj ordor Mrs. C. ROSS.
it I PAcmffLodfirelNo?17.K?a.
TTTBRDLAl 3jrFETTff:R "SftSwl TUTS
wat
- K t
HNbSl
O-LJM
ill
IfeM
AseSo
It
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This ponder never varies. A marvel of
purity; slrength apd w)i0le?joraenes. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
annot be sold In competition with tlie mul
titude" ot low test short weight, alum or
phosphate powders. Sold only in can, o
ALBAXiXa 1'owdkrCo., 100 Wall-5t. N. Y.
THE
Hamiltonian TroUTng Stallion,
TSTIE.L"MAKE fllE ENSUlSll SEAbON
JrTrrom tho ut of Aurli until the 1st
(or Jqlyat the farm of the undfnlgned on
Clalsop Plains, on the following terms:
Mnsie feCHfice. yii: tuc aejtsun, y?oj
lHurBrr, S-5.
. J.'ATKICIAN Is a dark bav with black
ppmats,13l4 bauds jilgb 1 Ls of a geutle. trac-
tjiUJetuspositiou, ata wa pure-gaifu trot
Ytct He was bred Ji "vV'm. Corbett. at Oak
Qrove Breeding Fnrni, San Mateo. Cal. The
pedigree furnished by Mr. Corbett at time
oi-rvurchase has been mislaid, but from the
Avnencin Stud Book, and other rellablu
sources, I havethe Jo!lov big :
iVatrfm ic irciA li 41 it- flrnrb- knn tit
tnhurtou by Itj-Bdj K llanultt rriah ; rlam.
IttUeJAIta : urauil-duiu-bt Bcllmbiit.a thor-
ouglibrcd-CallfontLi'v great ire afracers
AlMJ4Ktter-. Among-tli latter, fmrii Bcll
morrrdams .ire Nellie Pcriben. V5tc. and
Ui
T21uMrSbeDii.ird.7-jrL
f -OAGrove-wajan untrained boie, and
went to Australia neiom navuiic Dut-jmie
PlK)r!3J,lO' "J estab ishlng- s record. Hii
dam is a f till sister to Venture. v ho lias a
record of 2 :27f Aithurtou, although nev
'er"prepared Tor racing, ha$ shown ttinile in
23v Al four years old lie was bred to
flue, inaes, and of the produce are Arab,
2 gois. and Joe Arthurton. 2rJ3?.
ArthurtonS first dam, Imogene by
Seely's American Siarr: second dam
by Abdalla.; third dam by Imp. Bell
founder; fourth dam by Royalist, sou of
Commander, bv imp. Messenger t fifth dam
oj iiarawue,jiy imp. aiessenger.
ltdk!sinaiMltouiait bj Mambrino,5on
of fmpr Messenger t HamniOnian besides
being the sire of Dexter, 2:l7j, Nettle,
2 :I84, Orange Girl, 2 go and Jav Gould,
2 ;2l, has to liis credit three others tint have
troIte&Ju.2;30. atid-better. llewasalso the
grand-sire of Maud S., 2flli Jay Eve Sec,
2:10, and St. Julian. Hniniltonlntfs first
dam was the Chas. Kent marj bv imp. Bcll
totinde; second ilam. One Eye by JJlshop's
UjnrtlfcHria; son of Mtssengen -Thus it
wfllbeseen that Patrician has two direct
cros'-esof Bellfonnder and four of Messen
ger, the two great fountain heads of trotting
blood la-America. He has -bad- but little
harlhjgTbut In the opinion of an expert-
wuwu u(uiici,iio uunu uuriiwiitiauic uc
greeof speed, and staving Qualities, and
wuii nroner irainim; inrouirn uie :
the season
wouldbeable to make a iirileln 210.
Mftnp fl-nm n ilit.iiirr will l rphn.l nt
Sklpanon aud will bepasturedt a reason
able rate.
All care will be taken to, prevent acci
dents, but I w ill be responsible for none.
.jLl JOSI KM WEST.
Clatsop, April 1st. 1885.
Summons.
IN THE CIHCOITCOURTOKI HE STATE
of Oregon forathe count v of Clatsop.
Laura Colllnsjdalntlu. vs. Thomas Col-Hns.-defendant.
J
sultln equity for divorce.
To tho auove tjauteU" defendant. Thoma
Cellins: K'
In the name of tinslate of Oregon jou are
hereby reoulred to apiif arand answer pbiln
tnrs'complalnt tiled xgaln't v on In the jbov e
entitled suit, on or before the lSth da of
May ires, that being tlie first day of tho next
regular term of salu c6urt to be begun aud
held In said, county ats the cpurt house In
AttSriS.TJie'Jon. Andyiuarp notified that
If you Lill to answer saliltomplaint as herein
.squired the plaintiff vyllLapplr tathe court
termitf'relief demanded in tbe complaint,
to vv it : For a decree qf sifd court dissolv
ing tiie bonds of matrimony now existing
between plaintiff and defendant and for
Judgment against plaintiff for ,coits of this
suit.
- This RUmmnficJ-Tillr.irfirt tn hf nuliltOioil
InnhelVKEKLVTMSTORiAX for-sIf5consecu-
uve weeKs.by an orfleEmade bv Hon. F. J.
Tavlor, Judge ofald court, on the 20th day
of March, 1883,
' x .' - i NOLAD k. DORRIS,
-.. . . Plaintiff's Attornejs.
Salmon Packers
We are prepared to print
One-lb Salmon Labels
or superior quality, well varnished.
At S1.40 per M.
nr? -"? i st-e"
Correspondence solicited. w -
A. 1 BANCROFT &. CO..
C,'K,(t 72L Market street.
" San Francisco.
TheVe Is No NeerJ of My Adver
tising
Tlie proof of the pudding is chewing the
- 'Strin?;
Gco.rW.TSa,rnI)rorn, Act
: " H'lNDSkETCHUM & CO.,
ASTORIA,, - - NEW YORK.
G. ASTINS0N & CO.,
, i
'rBL'AGKSMITWNG,
At Capt. Rogers old. stand, corner of Cass
and Court Streets.
. .
Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoeing.
Wagons made, and repaired. Good work
guaranteed.
HAS RETURNED. .
"J?. IiEATHens-HAS RETURNED
JnglstofoTth8Tlver. Shop on the beach
between Klnney'aBdEUnoroU canneries.
LIBELS.
BRITISH E)nGRATI0".
In seventy years, from 1815 io 1SS
the total number of persons who have
left this countrv for the purpose of
settling abroad, is lOTJS- QE tlm
wiuuci i,vna,ivu iuuuu u uuiuu iu uv
Fnitcd States. 1,802,629 in British
North America, 1,-1S3,1S7 in Austra
lasia, and tbe destination of the rest
is not stated. Tlie larsre number
mentioned includes persons of all na
tionalities. Since 1SD3 the national
ity has in almost all tho cases been
registered. In thirty-two years the
number of emigrants of British and
Irish origin is given as o,64S,09G, of
whom about two-thirds 8,730,454.
have gone to the United States, 751,
366 to British North America. 1,111,
522 to Australasia. That is, the
United States have taken 66 per cent
of all our emigrants, Australasia 20,
British North America 10, and other
places 4 per cent. Of course, these
fercentages, vary iu various years,
'or example, from I860 to 1871 the
percentage to the United States -was
never less than 77, and in one year
1867 rose as high as 80. Again the
pecentnge ot Australasia was, in 1862,
double its normal amount, and stood
at 40. Prom this point it sank con
tinuously till it reached its lowest in
1871, and it was not till 1874 that it
reached the normal leel. Xondon
Time?.
The Washington Star ot March
16th says: A large and distinguished
looking gentleman, with long, flow
ing white liair, walked into the b'ar-ber-shop
at "Willard's tenday, .and
jocosely asked: "Do you shave
Mugwumps. here?' He was answered
in the affirmative and shown to a
seat It was the Rev. Henry "Ward
.Boecher, who had just come fro'm a
visit to the president and tho 'secre
tary of tho treasury, and seemed, in a
very happy mood.
How He Got a Position.
"I npplietl for a posirion in a banking
house in Wnll street six months ago,
and although 1 jirovcd my compeMenev,
they would not take me. 1 had Ticen
down on my luck and looked old and
shabby. An idea struck me I got up a
new growth of hair with Parker Hair
Bilsain, raised a decent suit of cIothe,
appiio.i again, and they look me in a
minute." So wiitesa clerk Willi $2,000
salary. Tlie moral i- plain. ParKer
Hail Balsam gives a person a new fac.4
A Work or Art.
One of the neatest nndmo-t elaborately
finished Writing Desks ever een o:l this
coa-t can be seen on exhibition in tho win
dow of the cigar store, m-xt to Fostera Ex-
i linno mi VV.itr trf in tliw kkv llin
desk was made by Mr. C. Constantine of
iiiiscu ami cexui-niy reuecw great creutt
on tbe klll, taste and workmanship of the
manufacturer, a he desk Is about fifty-two
inches high by twofeerlnwldthand Umade
out of various woods such a oak-, ash, but
ternut, walnut and white holly'; they were
llr-t saw ed out in pieces and so cut in beauti
ful designs as to resemble hue bracket work.
The top or cover of the iojk1s Inlaid with
cardinal and blue velvet. At tlie back on
either side or a square Tecess are two 'hand
somely "carved apartments with folding
doors. In the desk pnrt are a number of
pigeon holesJor papers, envelopes, etc., this
is surmounted wltlibeautliul bracket work,
and on the top of each side Is a w hite door,
handsomely carved ; tiriderneath Ls a semi
circle, also carved in rich designs, inlaid
with gilt work.. The sides are Inlaid. -with
crimson velvet. the bracket work being. laid
over it in different kinds of rich woods, tjie
whole being surmounted with gold mould
ings. A brief description or this wonderful
invention comejs no idea of -Its elegance
and flnlMi, one mast see'it tn appreciate It.
Tlie desk will be raffled off and persons de
siroas of procuring a handsome and useful
ornament for the home office should not
lose the opportunity to take a chance. Mr.
Constantine can be found at the store any
time to show those desirous of seeing the
desk. The raflle vv ill lake place at 3 o'clock
April llth.
YOOXG 3IE.V!-itr.AI TILLS.
Tun Voltaic Bki.t Co, of Marshall.
Mich., offer to send their celebrated Eli- c-tro-Voltaic
Belt and other Electric
APi'LiACEs on trial for thirty daysr to
men (voting or old) afillcted with nervous
debility, loss of v it ility and manhood,-and
all kindred troubh s. Also for rheumatism,
neuralgia, paraljsls. and many other dis
eases. Complete restoration lo health, vigor
aud manhood guarnntf ed. No risk is in
curred as thlrtj davs trial Ls allowed. Write
them at once for illustrated pamphlet tree
Sliiloh'sn Catarrli Jiemedy a posi
tive cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and
Cauker Mouth, i-old by W. E. Dement.
MARKETS.
WYATT & THOMPSON.
DEALERS IN
FRESH AND CURED MEATS,
CHOICE GBOCEItlES,
PROVISIONS,
Crockery and Glassware.
R11 "F"oc5l, OETtc,
STAR MARKET.
WHERRY & COMPANY,
Fresh and Cured Meats,
Vegetables,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT, HOTEL,
C I"'A3IUS Street. Astoria, Oc
Washington Market.
Slala Street, Asiorla, Orcgos.
BEItG MAX & CO. PilOPRIETOXlS
EKSPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN
1 Hon of the public to the fact that the
abovo Market w ill always be supplied with a
FULL VARIETY AND BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS I !
Which will be sold at lowest rates, whole
sale and retail.
E9TSpecIal 'attention given to supplying
iDfiiipfORO'S
NV1G0AATOR
-is josc wJaatits nam&.imphe3 ; a
Purely Vegetable " Compound,. Jhai
acts v&ectly'onlWr: edHii
the army desctvjrirtnb'ln'af nn
portaat orga- and pJeMting txae.ua
nerous aUmintSattyapsd from its
deranged ojrferpJcirairBiicIi as
iJyspepsi;J&di?T5iitalsliess
Tri n -fr.l? Ti h 'aT, o
etcr. Ms" tHerdbre 2
To laye dpoiHcnIt!i
tbjeXiverimisfc'be kepfcin order'
DB, SAKxOSlTS XIYEB-ISYIGOBAltm
Davljioratea theUiveT. Regulates thcBovr
els, Strengthens th& System, JBuriues-lhc
Blood .Assists Digestion, Prevents Fevers.
Is a Household" Need. ' An Invaluable
Family MedlcfncTorcdmnlon complaints.
D3. BAHTOED'3 LIVER nmeOSATOB.
An experience pf Forty -ytar3t and TIiou.
ocn'Mcf Tcstimomau prove us.. Merit.. -
IrOU S T.E UT AIT. UEArJ3Or 3feDICKE3
Tor fill information fend "TOBraddrwa for 101
6eoBook on tbe "liver and iU dinncs," U
. asroED 2 dcab- st.," sw xocs en
Wffi$Z$WGVES
THE ONLY REMEDIES FOR THE
SKIN 'AND RLQ0L -UNIVERSALLY
COMMENDED.
Wm. T. Totfen, 0t2 2orth TentH"Stieet,
lTiilatleInhi.1. rcnorts tttat- one bf hls-cnsto-
mers -t.itel to htm incidentally thatjie WiLi
fecuiuc s(. vv eu and jnailimeti t w en tj -sev en
pounds iu tho-last vear,- all of which lie- at
tniMitcri to a sstematlc tourV et the Cuti
clmia Kksolvknt, whtch has proved effect
ual when all ptherremeines laded.
SOKESS C' ECI.
'Chxs. Brady. SomervilIe.Ma.ss.rwhO refer-,
to Dr. J..r. Wood, druggist, of that citycer
tlllesto awcuidcrful cuceof nJnpinir wes
on thftiieek which had been-treated by,hos
pital plijsicraus ithput cure, juul which
yielded completely to th trrKci: Rfm
kiiiks. - CritKZ3 B.V CUTlCritA
My sklii disease, which TeMstetl several
popular reiuedies and Other lemedtes Jd
vieil b phj-sirians.Joab eneured J sour
QyTlCiat-MiK-MHrnK-Sv 1hyyMlrp.isai 4 uiy
mostanguiuo rvnei tadons and mpTdlv ef
fected a cure. , J. C. AKr.NTnilE.
V r E ntm, I xn.
- - JJL.VOW ITS VALWK
"All of vdnr?-nirficvnX 'UiiiMkbitiic-glv'e
virv-Kood-satfifncllon. Tlitf GLrricxnta. I
uei iallt. recommend, Jar tlie dweasIor
wblph -It is j)sed, CI, know-froni experience.
iisvaiue. , jjilu.jj-kaj.1..;
,"IONTEtrfo,,VH.
i.- - .
- C'l'TICUK si ABROAD -Thniticlra
home returned" Norwecian. J
have learned to know our CUTirrnAJ
wuieii iiasiua snort mn eurei me oi an
rp'iiu tlLtt my plu Lilian's medic n
tonld not heal. ' - v'
CHI!. HKLTZEN. BFltot.v.NOHWAY.
ltefiiroirfu-inic
TIITI POI-rFiOIVERS.
A feeling- of gratitude impels" me fd ac
knowledge tho great merits o! jour CjTri
n. itA, and I cmdiallv recommend It to the
"public as-a v erv valil'tble Tcmedy.
II. N. POWERS, BlunOEI'OKTrCoMr.
For salo everv where, rnce Cdtjclka.
tlie great Skin Cure, COe. CuriqL ka S0ur,
an etrpilsltebkin Beaut ifler. 25c. CxmcL'RA
Kksolvknt, the new Blood Purifier, 1.
I'otfer Iros antt Chemical Co.,
ItOHtOU.
-f TirW TCCRA SOAP. atvcJcnniLsito-Toll
J U XJl let. Bath and .Junserj Sauative
SAN FORD'S
RADICAL CURE
FOR CATARRH
A inglo dose of Sanford's Jtadlcnl
Cure Instantly relieves- the most violent
Sneezing or Head Colds, clears the Head as
by magic, stops watery discharges from the
NOseaudEjes, prevents Ringing Noises in
the Head, cures Nervous Headache, and
subdues Chills' and Fevers. In Chronic Ca
tarrh it cleanses the nasal passages of fold
mucus, restores the senses of .smell, taste,
and hearing when affected, frees tho head,
throat, and bronchial lubes of offensive
matter, sweetens and purifies the breath,
stop-, the cough, and arrests the progress of
Catarrh toward Consumption, -
One bottle .Radical Core, one box Catnnh.
al.-olvent and Sanford's Inhaler, all in one
package, ot all druggists for 1.00. Ask for
Saxfoud's R voicvl Cujik.
Totter Oiig and Chemical Co., Jtostoa.
f ! tKl. New lire, JOr Shat-,Ol-iIN,'tcd.
JSexxesL Painful
u vo ltaic AS1-;VSv:
w tU LALK1LL-. 4.U1IIM m
TAitalr-Elc-trlc
PJavtci;rTnstantlv af
fects tiie'nervOustSj's
tem and banishes pain,
Auerfeet Kfec
ri.p-ftTHifi
'MSTE
tro - i.aivaaic Bat
tery combined vrilb
a kishly mcdiclaal I'laMex for25e. All
Diugglsts.
GERMANIA BEER HALL
3ErlXI5Q351 TTFTIlJbiJbi.
FROM THE m
Northern Pacific Brewery
Five Cents a Class.
No inferior User sold att lib place.
vp3i. sock.' "
iTopriBtor;
Boat .'Building.
THEolEST
STOCK-AND WORKMANSHJP
IfnJAltANTEED.' !
Boats of Every Description Built
- ShopoYer.Aradt&Fjchen?.; ,
U. IH. JTEATHERsf
g ri n . ii
Rheinat
iitiraia
LOBB & GO
JOBBERS LN
WINES.
LIQUOKS,
AND
CIGAKS.
AUENTS FOR THE
Best1 StfrrT ran Cisco Houses and
, "Easterh'.DistlUleries. t 1
TumbtarsrSoshnd-' All
K.frfefspc?feofrAuorjIfe
Alli(JrfjrandsiO' fehces.
LOpposJifcrParker Housed AsSBrtaJ-tJfegpp'.-
, ?zh?lS&mrr.oc
TMoii ItfdiS BfibbVf .Qof ;
f.
:liIHFel1S&?,i'IDi5, z J
ZilUTHIrrtXW
l!fhwrp jf-Jo.!-
-622 RUBBERcBODTS. z.i rr -
.- xf.lrA,RE.of;i3iriATiosst n-3
Be suniitfiri Soots re:iartWd"'Olbf
i!K(KJt''0thenffilsaBdilvtt--tJie-PCKEj
trwju snuxux ou?.tuerf,oo3.and; instep,
which prevenc their cracking ton bTPalciri:
AVa nr nnw mnlrlncp Ihim n llli T7lTDlVP
AND ATTOS riolex-vTlilc;i- lllniake
- , -FORSALiJ BY. ALL DEALERS. " r
ALLJaaRlBBER QELTIKO, 1'A.CKt
. LNITHOSE. SPRINGS, CLOTlflNV
- J50DTSAJ.D SHOES, Etc,
"- COOp-jnEAR RUBBER.CCF
'K.'H.-PKASK..Jr. I Agents, r" -S-M.RUNYON,
f San FruhcBeo,
.T-t-
Lafavette Street ImDrovement.'
- NOTICE is Jiereby given .thlhal
uviuiuuii uuimuu ui me ciiy oi .Astoria,
county of Clatsop, state of Ore'gen.Tio
.poso to order the improvement of I.a-
iayeue street in santcityof ABtoria as
laid out ami improved bv Jbhtf fc-
Clure, trout Astor street to the water
front, b- building wooden sewers' on
both sides of"said streetat tlie- evpense
bf tho adjacentpropertyr Snd "irriiess a
remonstrance signed bV-the owners of
two-tlnrds of tlie property adjacent
uiereio, Denieu witn tne- auditor and
clerk, within ten davs of tho final Tiub-
Jtcationjof thisnotiec. vix: Wednesday.
April 22ndiS83ilie common- eomtqiL
wni oniersain improvemenfmauo
ly order of the- common council
Attest: T.S-Jewett,
Auditor and Clerk
Astoria, March 2& 188?.
"Washington Street Improvement
NOTICE is hereby given that tlie
common council of the citv of Astoria.
county tiXJlatsop, stateotOreKonpro
pose toorder thejmproementof Wash
ington street In said city of Astoria,.
trojn-jeuerson street. to tne water front
by building vooden -sewers, on" both
sides of siid street, at f he""e$pense qf
tlje atljaeent property -nnrrnirrJess a
rcmoristranee sigmd-by'thc ontjrof
twtnthirds bf tfi nropertj rrontinoh
said portion of said street, be-fuM-wtth.
tneaucuiornnu cieri; vitiiin-teu.4lav;s,
V?7r V(lrifulj-',-AriItirl lanrH.ol
common council' W-anlensind-in'-
jirovenienujuaue.- . -r ,--."
THE WtEY CL1JS SfATt
NlCkle. Plated, UpHng Steel "Bottom and
Steel Clamp. ,-r -jr -
The HENLBY-GrTAUL-ENCrE SKATE,
Wooden Bottom and- leather5 Straps.
The best and. only practically scientific
skates. Elpgant In-flnlshr WRUumji three
foot circle and all tlie wheels, rest square
on the floor. Wheels" with "babbit metal
boxes. The leading skates In all the prin
cipal Kinks; Kloelcs aI Tricycles.
OSBORN ALEXANDER.
Sole A gents.
Mechauicc'IEooIs.IIardware-andvMachlneri-.
24 Market bt.,opp. Palace hotel.
"Seid for Jre"e catalogue and price list
TJii-rtaton ihtilThatUatntenihtutt ftl rttvJ i
SEitlXAls WJZSKXF.SS, LOSS OF Jf.lX
.JIOODand theratilt qfataue, dUzwer erittul
jt VKtng to comp1trvtionsUcI PR03TATOR
JIUEA DR. HE DIG'S. IXrtaQRATQR. is
the QXLl'cHreforPROSTATORRIlF... Price
, S2JW ptrjiacluge. C paelaget. S10.C&. Guide la
ueaur.ana ait-.-ifiaiusisenijree. aartni.u.-'
RIG DrSPEXliARTSofVitfdfetilep.
C0 CealV'St , ShU Frhittuto. Cal.
B thy YoonjtorOld,
oawnjLbsttfloia
- aterftmSevof .
iPTOtfiiffliiSoa
i. "!" TP"SJ.
J3e:I3EJ6,3poSC,
SexuaPPcWer
?mmm km,
Prof Jfan'tScudt.
:.B.THEr5EQg
Jhe Gmateemedies.
MAohiiiiii'A-'-iAi,1Fi!S;M!-!;,!;.'-fi'i
form ot Mrtntiioa' Tnd vSjbfSf Stl.wVfS
to Youthrai FoUy. Abuse, n uV Faflur
This treatment orisrlnated br PROF. "V IALe!
FREE TO-ALL. r0" gp of 6
did lllostnited M pur taeUttisinglsmi.
tomjpr all rormsrjvexual PUeiw. description
of this treatment nnces. testimonial. n,i ?-?
I
Clire. Sir A rllnsHrw-..- .rl xfj TT..TT
VARICOCELE
CoialUpawlil foUHedlcalStaT, FREE.
CiyiaIftBeraeuTjjjc7f 1(50 FttffcmSL, N.y,
Notice of Application.
vtoti,ce:is Hebebv given thatthe
i-l undersigned, will apply to the coaunon
council of the city of Astoria1, at Its next repr
ularjmeetlngfor a'ilcense to sell wine, malt
and .spirltuoasillquors in - less quantities
than one quartfor a jierlod.-of Tone year
from ApriL13tlL-lS85ln-the-Parker House
saloon situated on -Lot 5, Biockt oVMcCIurel?
- ' - - 'Wit'3! rrrvr'
Wm:aixe
Astoria, March 2lst, 1835.
2 "d 6, 1- v.; ',vyAudTtocana Clerk-'
- A-TUoYrfi; OKediigvTarcti W,1SkL 1 '
. .W ..L- -I WW V i , ;j
zi cdiHucczoq t t:r iJL-Lz j
TT 7rlilyiiiJPr I
'MANH00DlTpr R EST0RED
Oregon Railway & Navigation
COaTPAlYY.
OCEAN OIVISIOA
Durmg the month of March. 1SS5. Ocean
bteamers will sail from Portland to ban
trancisco,and from San Francisco to Port
land, as-follows, leaving Ainsworth Dock,
Mrt,5rn,!' nL Midnight, and Speai Street
WHiarf. San Francisco, at io A. si. ;
Front San Francisco. From Portland.
Mchl Mch
Queen or Paotho Ta 10'Uregon trr 6
Oregon San 13 Columbia Wed II
oHrabtj ... ."Fii a)lQneen of Pacific Mon 1G
Stale of tvl ....Wed i Orecon Sat 21
Oregon Mon 30Colmnbia. Thur 26
, . t April5tateofi:at....Ta 31
Colnmbis bat 4 Apr
'Oresaa Son S
Thropsh TIeketji ioUl tu aiyiuicipal
cities in-the Unttedfates'; '(fJLdJ. and
Europe ; , . Vj-V ..."
RAIL DIVfSION.V
Oa-atul-ftif-JjeltsafcisStV Passen-
f,ornWaVSffir-0r Eem
PullmsuIW?taijrriCZJaWa")cJbeEBen Port
land. nd,SijpAnI. r, i e. ,fc .
Boats-leave PortlandwforDsnattr 7 .00
- " ,-7-jj s .. r e: cj FiLi.u.
?,.r.fnr;fTfT
-iSfl Iorbloifl TjwdThuErf:
. . : -T - TrrfrTj-.
Sat.
.(toria andi 1
lojrec 1,. Jr
ltlm.i If: 1 l li.
uaytoa. Ur JT AM
CorTui;?.tl555
r .,. 1 ,t . .71.: L
V ic:oria Meaincii VtaToofrcln banitars.
. Laie AstortiffePi?la5dIit'ivKi daily ex
CBpttiandajyr -. 7 .
I 'K. A. KOYIaSWAgjrttTfetpriA.
ipVERLAND TO 'eAtlffi'RNIA
VIA -,.i
Orego
n & California R. R.
."-. Anil Connectlous,
t r (0 Saa Franc Ico $32 to SacrameatQ $S0
DAfLY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
KASTSIDK DIVISION".
Betweea PORTLA. aad ASHliAM)'
LEA'E- ARRIVE,
Poitland....7 Q A. MlAshland. ,. 45 A. ar.
Ashland 8:45 P.Ml'ortland.. 4- ai.
ALBANY EXPRE83 TRAIN. - "
t, Q ' ARRIVE.
Portland 4 d p. ai.EebanonJ..9 :2o p. ar
Lebanon :45 a. at. I Portland . 10 .05JL ai
rullman Palace Sleeping Car leaves port
land Mondajff and Thursdavs. Returhlng
lav cs Ashland Tuesdays ami Fridays.'
The Oregori andalirorniantailroadEerry
malte connection with all Regular Trains
on Eastslde Division, from the foot of a St.
WESTSlOEmVISIOrV
Between Portlftnd and Corvitllls
SIATL TI1AIX
LEAVE. ARRIVE.
S?,d ft :0Ojv' aLlCorTallis.a. pp, m.
Corvallbr 8 J50 K. MPortIandL-3 3aV.ar.
EPIU3 TRAD?"
o ,LBAVE- ABRIVE.
cMJnnvilie5:t5 AMlPortland 8:30(Air
fAxziu ncKeu ior sate, ana baggage checked
at Company's up-towa office, comer Stark
and Second strt-etE.
'I ickets for sale to all tiro principal points
jWKaleo ehwkedr.at tlia Comwanv's office.
yarneciEz&tfd front 8ts.t 'Portland, Or.
fefghtMH:n6tbeT6elTed forshirment
arflVestsldo -Divisions. ' c - ;
n.. is.UEtii.KK, E P.BQQEBS:.
,wrv f yA1, PAgt
faCpf-1fplffjo.
Ft.-5tevensrrfc Canby-and-JlrVkco,
j. - cConneiuigaiyagej.aifrfbOBt3"7orT
ystecvillefMonte'saqaBiYdOiwipia
s cc? i-2JTEAMER.'-G .v:oU.
:0TXjttiwttiZ&?'rii
t'g:
KIM MIBIHH V "
- iu,'JMJUu
W. P. Wh iTcoat n, 3lASTBlLr
foT-porrStfeventVFbrtUaiiby,and Hwaco at
a a. .-n., wurr uysiemttemaijs- nna express
unny, au lurougn mans to- points oeyonu
and,to Montesano, W. T-tri-weekly. -
Fare to Hwaco,
$1.00
v Passengers will save 25 cents by puichas-
ujgucNe.ueiorc going on ooaru. v
llwaco Freight Jier Ton, - $2,00
fFor Tickets. Tbwatre or Charier an-
ply at the office of the company, Gray's
wharf, foot of Kentonr street.
). n..V.KiOLX.,
Agent.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
NOTICE is hereby given iliat bids
wilt be received, at the office-of the nn-
dqrsigned, auditor and clerJcof the-city
ot Astoria, until one o'clock -Ts.-or.on
Pridajv April 33S85, Xorr ther improve
ment qfjhe crossings of JeiEersonqand
Jiafaette streets and Jefferson and
unshingtoa streets as jprovidedby-or-dinance2Q,56.
.
Said" improvement "shall , consist of
grading to the full width to the" proper
grade, and by planking to a width of
twenty feet In the center thereof with
nqw and sound 0r. plank, three inches
in thickness. Bids must state theijirjte
for each crossinc and must be accom-
pjmje.il "wltlv ?i bond, In Jthe sum aftfive
jnirjrlrert QWlars.to the effectrthalrirthe
(ontract be awarttecuo such, xnuar that
he will "within fortyeJght hbnrs.tifter
notice" ot; snch award, enteririto ton
tractrtlierefor with good ami3iif2dent
surety, ior, tne lanuiuj. periormance
aiulpji
DFAiY
, BERrnrAN.? r
'riVays'" C CitaGratke.
' Street "Improvement Notice.
'NOTICE -Jsr hereby given that the
common council of the" city of Astoria,
oi Ben
tous.treeti injtheeity of Astoria .as laid
out and recorded My John McGlure-,fcom
Seventh, street -to the water lrontby
building wooden sewers jon "both -sides
of said streets at tthe expense of the
ovypej-sjof he adjacent property j- and
unless a rempnstraneQ IgnediJ)yhe
owners of two-thirds of; the-'property
adjaqent thereto,;bo filed jvitlijlie-aptl-Horapd
clQrk within ten days of; the
final puDlicatiqn of .this, noticq, viz:
7ednesdayfApril22,l885, iho common
Council wjul oraqr said improvement to
be made. - -.
"By order of the common council.
Attest: .T-S.-JbwetTj
rr . -Auditor and Qlerk
Astoria, 5larch 29 1885.
- Notice.
NOW W.ALL HEN, THAT EMMA
. Nelson, wife of N. Nelsotr. has left his
bed and board ivlthuut'causuand I will not
be responsible for say debts she may con
tract. , . j -- si'
- -. A. NELSON,
Dated this 23th day of March, A. D. 1335,
hX3fbAM!sAM 6 AM
,7am; UAM
f.-;..M- js-js ' - 1
COTKi-.xnTignir.to rraeQt"any
bitf?'!sTherebyj:eser!,'edc', s
' Kt- rrrrlPT-flrt fm rrrmrnnn totttimI.
.HJdmromee' xvA Trros;
Streets?tanfrubHcL
: u
J. c