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ASTORIA, OREGON
SATURDAY
APRIL IS.-IBS-j
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
PORT OF ASTORIA.
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and Jiit'lmulii In p(v ). uh otin adcnnte
milnh:tit vh iflw. ; denotes ncmii.
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ni'ri:Hiirlin wUerstowliicli thesound
l:it:s iin- gien m tlie '"o.im Sit oliiirN.
Columbia River Exports.
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8W R37 llks. whe !
24.b33 ltbK Hour
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ClCTS'b'is w eat
3 ,ii37 Mils, flour
11 -9il.s sulcion
5d M .umber
Total (1C cargoes)
MAItCII.
Wheat. 322 278 bus
Flour.9 2J7 i.bN
Total, (C cirw)
APINL,
3 To L'v-eriirnil per Kcnttm.
Fluui, 11.000 I'bls
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... 59 873
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.S235.29
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.S44.000
Aotorlu Itetull .Uarket.
Flour JMT bbl ..To
Wheat, per cental Sl-0
Oats. SMM
Baeiiii. sides per lb, I41G cts.
tjlinuhler, 11 rls.
Hams, " ir(HM cts.
Lard. l410Kct3.
n-ef.818els.
Milttitn. .S 4E&14 cts.
I'oik. Ull5ets.
Veal. 14($20 cts.
I.iUJer. per toll 4(!t70 cts.
K'Jlls. pel nWen 17(H'JH I'lS.
!tles. pel . 1 ct
CIhvm. per lb l(!(?;2li els,
Coinilieal. per lb 4 cts.
O-ttmeul. (';cta.
I'ean.s. - 4((i; et.s.
CofTee, - 12K40 vt.
Tea, " '2T,(filM cLs.
KU-e, " 7 (!t I) cts.
vSusrar. nifOHJcta.
Svrup. per siallon 7oc Si.
lloui'3. pr gallon Si.is.
Salmon, per l;it S4-.0
Onion-, per lb 4cts.
Apples dried er 11 y12K cts.
Reaches 13 : cLs.
Plums. 123 p; cts.
C'aiulles. per tb 20 cts.
(.'hicki-iis per do7en Sii.
H:i, per ton l."i .?2u.
Hides, per n.r(S "lets.
Oils, per uallou. lioiled Iliisepd. 7.c;
raw linsifd. 7iic: en ! i . p)c: I.ml-5l.25
Domestic Exports.
The receipts ot certiin arjiclos of Or
psrni prniiuep. at an Francisco, from
Ja-iuury 1. M to Vpril 1st, 1883, in
cluMe. have been as follews:
Flour, t k.
Wheat, ot'.s
Oats, skx
1O5.100
173,741
22 417
Salmon, bins..
5-0
10Z
6,257
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76
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77
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707
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910
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112
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hf bb's
cs
pkes
Apr-Jes. Ripe. bvs...
bbLs
pkg
Butter, pksrs
Potatoes, sks ..
Wh1. bale ..
Hides. No.. .....,
Tallow, pkgs.......,
lieef, bbls
Hnv. bales v
Quicksilver, flasks.
Fruit, Dried, pkgs
lHther. pkgs ....
Hops, bnlcs...........
Hams. pkKS............
Cheese, cs.....
Flax Sed. sks...
Corn. etls... .........
Canned Goods, cs...,
I.ard. pfcgs..............
B icon, cs........,
Notice of Application.
NOTICE IS HFREBY GIVEN TnAT THE
und-rsl -ncd i tend to apply to the
common eiun liofihecltvnf Asiorla at its
next regular meeting, for a license to sell
wlne.malt and-i.iillHonsliau .rslnlessaunn-
titles ihan one quart, for a period of one,
year, in mo oiiuamg situated on lot 7, Dlock
M.Ju.Mi.-Olure'.s Astoria. ,
- T MCC0RMICK'& GEJLVX3.
A5tortapriU4tS,iss5. '
ASTORIAK DIRECTORY,
StaJ:e OEceis:
.-,.... . 1 .1.11. Slater
onucu aiaies henators "j j x. Dolph
i-jiic.-rmaiivi; in ixmzress..iti. - u'-uikc
Governor. ... . Z. F. Moody
CJnvernor's Secretary Cnas. R. Moores
Secretary r State It. I. Karhkrt
Assistant secretary . F K. Hodckin
State Treasurer Hd. Hirscli
AsslsLnut Treasurer A. F. Wheeler
Sup't Public Instruction K. B.McElroy
State Printer. W. H. By;irs
Clerk School Iand Board E, I. McCornac
SutVL Ininiir Asvlntn llr lf Onrnenter
ftup't J'cnltentlarj"... :eo. coiiinn
IW. P. Lord
-J. B. Waldo
W. W.Thayer
Supreme Judges-
District Judors :
First District I L.B. Webster
Second lllstrlpt HihrT Bean
Third District . .B'P. Boise
Fourth DLtrict.......seaecaSmlih
Fifth District P.. I. Tartar
Sixth District M.L Olmstead
Clatscp County C3cers:
Judee O A McGulre
Clerk ..... C. J. Trenchard
bherlil W. G. P.osh
Commissioners ft J- Jgjg
Assessor . .. J. F. Warren
Ti:isurer.....iw....M.......lsaac Bergman
Survevor ........... J. F. Paiker
.school Sup'i ... J. C Hi?i:ins
Coroner . . ..... J.; C. lloss
Astoria City Officers:
Mavor........................J W. Ilimie
Auditor ami Ca-rk .T. S. Jewett
Tie.isurer............... .J. G. Hustler
assessor... .. .....-.Gee. V. Wheeler
street Supfrinteudcut Tbos. U,pm
Chief of l'oiice...............Clark I ouRluey
Police Judge C H. tckton
Sexton .. M. Conlty
oouCII.lKr :
(C. 11. Cooper
First Ward - A. A. rjeveiind
I Lsaac Berpman
I This. Deaiv.
Second Ward J.C. J. 1'icneiiard
(Chas.Gratke.
HOCIKTY 3IKETIXC;S.
Temple Lioage, No. 7A.P.A.M.
KEGULAR ClMMDXICATIONS 5
first and tlilnl Tuesdays in each Xif
month. at iyt o'clock, v. M.. at tlie'V
Hal In Astoria. Members of tlie order in
cood standing are invited to attend..
By order of the W. M.
Bearer Lodge No 36. L O. O. F.
REGULAR MEETING EV- r-j. .
ery lliursday evenlnt; at-J3Fgfcv
seven o'clock, at the IodKe3ftSs?:
nom in Odd Fellows Hall. Asto- '-
ria. Sojourning members of the order In
good standing, cordially invited to aitei d.
By order " N. O.
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O. F.
KEG l' LA UMr.fi l INGS OF OCEAN EN
eampmeiil No. 13. I. O. O. F.t at the
Idge, la the Odd Fellows Building, a
seven i. at., on tlie second and fourth
M(tiulas of eacn mouth. Sojourning bietu
ten cordially invited.
By order C P.
Seaside Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W.
Hl.GULAU MEirri.NGS OF SEASIDE
loilge No. il, A. O. II. W. will bo held
in her Hall ocr Camahaii & Co. 'a ou
I hursday evening of each we k, at 7 o'clock.
Members f the order in good Maiidiug. and
visitiiiK Brothers are invited to attend. Li
brary will be open fifteen minutes before
and after each meeting. Bv order M. W.
CBUOWN.Uec
Astoria Lodge No. 40. L. O.Q.I.
REGULAU MhETING EVEHY MON
day evening at 7 i20 o'clock. In the Hall
over Cirnahan s store. Members of the ( r
der. lit good standing, are linked to attend.
By order W. rj. T.
American Legion of Honor.
KEGULAK MEETING OF ASTOUIA
Cmincb No 995 Is held on the Urst and
ihird Tuesday of each month, at 7 o'clock r.
m. By order of the Council Commander.
K. V. MONTE1TI1, Secty.
Occident Council No. 6. 0. C. F.
MEETS EVEUY FlitST AND THIRD
1X Saturday evenings of each month, ait 8
o'clock P. SI. Members of the order are
respectfully requested to attend.
uy oruer.
C. BROVN, Kecorder.
Cushing Post No. 14, Q. A H.
REGULAU MEKTINGS OF THIS POST
on the second and fourth Tuesdays of
each month at 7:30 r. si. Visiting com
rades cordially invited. By oider
P. C.
Cu8hing Relief Corps No. 3, 0. A R.
KEG II LAU M EETI NGS ON TH ESECON D
and fourth Tuesdays of each month, at
2 P.M.
By order Mbb. C. ROSS.
Secretary.
Pacific Lodge No. 17 , K. of P.
OEGULAU. SIEETINGS OF THIS
IX LodL-e every Friday evening, at 7:30
o'clock, in their Castle Hall. Sojourning
Knights cordially Invited to tten .-
W.A.SUEKMAX,
1C of R, and S.
Astoria Division No. One, Uniform
Rank, K. of P.
REGULAR S1EET1NG ON THE FIRST
I hursday of each mouth, In their Ar
mory Hall, in Pythian Cas.tle.at 8 v. si Reg-ula-
drills on the second, thiid and fourth
Thursday of each month, at Mich place as
m an oe ueaignateii ny me u mmanaer.
Sojourning Sir Kn'ght. cordially Invited
to meetings and drills.
SCOTT B0Z0RTH.
Uecorder.
Astoria LadiesCoffee Club.
KEGUL R MEETINGS AT THE CLUB'S
rooms on the first and third Fridays
of each month m 7 P. ST.
Slits, a S. WORSLEr, Pres.
Common CounciL
REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND
lourth Tuesday evenings of each month
at 7H o'clock.
tt-l'ersons desiring to have matters acted
upon by the Councf. at any regular meet
ing must present the jiaine to the Auditor
and Clerk, on or before the Friday evening
prbrtothe Tuesdax on which the Council
holds its regular meeting.
THOS S. JEWETT,
Auditor and Clerk.
GERMANIA BEER HALL
DEXnSTE! I03SES3EL
FROM THE
Mem Pacific Brewery
Five Cents a Class.
tyNo Inferior Beer told at this place.
W3I. BOCK,
Proprietor.
G. A. STINSON & CO.,
BLACKSM1TH1NG,
At Capt. Rogers old stand, corner of Cass
and Court Streets.
Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoelne.
Wagons made and repaired. Good "-work
goaraateed.
ForSale.
ABRAND NEW COLUMBIA' MVEB
3rrU4dngBoat A"pplytoTT, -Uw
- iL M. LEATHERS.
IMS
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
ThL jKuder ueer varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and wholesomeness. More
aconomical tlnn the nllnary kinds, and
eaiiiiot be sold in comncition with the mul
titude ot low test .snort eight, alum or
phospbat powders. SW on in am. Itov
M.BAKINR PownKli Co.. 105 U'all-t. N. Y.
R.SANF0RD'
1NV1G0RAT0R
15 jusc what its name impitta ; s
Purely Vegetable Compound, thai
acts directly upon the Ivcr ; curing
the many diseases iriidenyto that tm.
portant organ, and jewohting the nu
merous ailmsnts tKSriSsi from its
deranged or rnrprfAiction, such as
DyspepsS jTjiaice, Biliousness
CoswenessVvMaria, Sick-headache,
Rheumanetc. It is therefore a
3iiisrn0ir " To have Good Health
:ha Liver must be kept in order."
DB, SANFOBD'S IIVXB IITVIGOEATOE.
rnvisorates the Liver, Herniates the Bow
els, Strengthens iho Sj'stera, Purifles Ihc
Blood , Assists Digestion, Prevents Fevers.
In a Household Uced. An Invaluable
Family Medicine for common complaints.
D2. BAOTOBD'S UVIB nT7IG02ATGB,
An experience cf Fjrty years, and Thou
sands cf Testimonials prove its Merit.
FOR SAI.T3 BT AT.Tj DEALERS E7 MEDICINES
For fall informsnon tend yocr addre3 for 101
.-sBok oa the "Livrr and P9 dlfascs," u.
6SrOED SUANS ST., NEW TOES CnT
MARKETS.
WYATT & THOMPSON.
DEALERS IN
FRESK AND CURED frlEATS,
CHOICE GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
Crockery and Glassware.
STAR MARKET.
WHERRY & COMPANY,
Presli and Cured Meats,
Vegetatolos,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPrOSITK OCCIDENT HOTEL,
CIBEXAMUS Afreet. AHtorln Ou
Washington Market.
Jlaln street, Astoria, Orcsou.
BERGMAN &. CO. PAOPRIF.TOKS
RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN
tiou of the public to the fact that the
above Slarket will always besupplicdwlth a
FULL VARIETY AND BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS i !
Which ylll be sold at lowest rates, whole
sale and retail.
jarflpeclal attention given to supplying
snips.
J. A. WILSON.
(Late of San Francisco.)
PAINTER, PAPER HANGER,
AND-
DECORATOR
Has located In Astoria and solicit a share
cf the paironaue. AH woik strlctlv flrst
elass. Terms moderate.
Order box at Van Dusen's.
L.I. JOHNSON,
DEALKR IX
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS,
SMOKERS' AuT CLES.
Playing Cards. Cutlery. Stationery Etc A
fine btock of Slerschaum and Brier Pipes,
Amber Good., Etc.
Two doors of cor. Water and West-etb. Sta
ASTOHIA, -OBECOX.
THE SOUDAN.
Does nuvbodv renieniber that there
was once a gallant .Christian soldier
named Gordon, who was treacherous
ly murdered by Arabs at a place called
Khartoum? There was an impres
sion that a British army under the
KICUIDUUIIUI UL IUU U(i:t OJU1U ll"WC-
!oy the mau who declared that "Mr."
Grnnt would soon bo forcotten. while
General Lee would live forever was I
dispatched to Egypt to rescue Gor
don, or at least to avengo his death.
"We have a faint recollection of the de
parture ot certain crack English reg
iments for the battle-fields of the
Soudan, the guards, among others,
around whose brawny necks the fair
est of the London girls hung weep
ing as the band phned martial airs
iiuu iiiu uitru ticui iuiiu iu uu ui u:
for their country. Has anybody any
idea what has become of this army
and of the great work it was sent to
accomplish?
At latest dates Lord Wolseley, un
der a large sun umbrella, was travel
ing leisurely down the .Nile toward
Cairo, where Mr. Shepherds suc
cessor keeps a capital hotel with ub.
and s." always on ico. His army was
ciicainped near Korti, with the sun at
130 degrees at midday, and delight
mlly cool nights, with a thermometer
at 102 degrees. The mortality was
not excessive. Tho doctors said that
if tho army wero moved by tho. fall
fully half" of them would bo alive.
There was another British urmywhioh
landed at Suakem and was going to
march to Berber and lay a railroad
every foot of tho way. It has marohed
forth several times and won victories
every time, but it is noticed after
every victory it always falls back
whenco it started. The railway is not
selling through tickets to Berber as
yet
The very latest piece of news from
the Soudan is that Wolseley, with
half his army,'' has been ordered to
prepare to move to India. Tho ques
tion suggests itself, Which half? It
can't be the half which tho dootors
say aro laying their bones' under the
calcined sands of the desert; and yet,
if tho surviving half is meant, how is
it to bo got out of its present trap?
If tho army from Suakem cau't get
in, how can thjo army ou the Nile get
out? Will El Muudi be forbearing
enough to let the Englishmen escape
th e way they came.
It is a wretched busi nes3 and re
flects deep disgraco on England, on
Mr. Gladstoue and on General Wol
seley. Never before in all England's
history, was a gallant soldier sent
forth on a mission of peace and good
will and massaored by savages with
out at least some effort to avenge his
death. Never before was Great Brit
ain so short ot military talent that
she was forced to intrust the flower
of her army to a man whoso highest
conception of the business of a sol
dier is tho packing of a knapsack and
the fastening of a gaiter. Wo had,
Heaven knows, at tho beginning of
tho war some wretched pretenders in
the rank of general, but we never had
a man so unfit as Wolseley, nor did
wo ever, in our darkest hours, leave
an American soldier to bo murdered
in cold blood, or get a body of our
choicest troops into a scrape from
which nothing but extraordinary for
bearance on tho part of the enemy
can extricate them.
Sparks, the new land commission
er, has decided to issue no more pat
ents in cases of desert-land or timber-culture
claims, until a general in
vestigation can be had.
A StariUns IHseovery.
Physicans are often startled by re
mark'able discoveries. Tlie fact that Dr.
King's New Discovery for Uon.sumption
and all Throat and Lung diseases Is
daily curing patients that they have
given up to die, is startling them to re
alize their sense of duty, and examine
into the merits of this wpnderful dis
covery l resulting in hundreds of our
best rhj-siclanausincit in their practice
Trial Bottles free atW.E. Dement &
Co.'s Drug Store. Regular size.?l.OO.
Tho number of pensioners to re
ceive tho 830,000 recently appropri
ated by the legislature of North Car
olina for Confederate veterans is va
riously estimated from 1,000 to 2,000.
Charleston, S. C.,Hews.
Mrs. Kate Shults, ML Washington,
Maryland, states she could could
not cure frost-bites until sho finally
tried St, Jacobs Oil, and has not
been troubled with them since.
YOU.VG 3IENI-READ TH 18.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their celebrated Electro-voltaic
Belt and other Electkic
Appliances on trial for thirty days, to
men (young or old) aOlicted with nervous
dcbilttv, loss of vit-ility and manhood, and
all kindred troubles. Also for rheumatism,
neuralgia, parahsl.s. and many other dis
eases. Complete restoration to health, vigor
and manhood guarantt ed. No risk is In
curred as thirty days trial is allowed. Write
them at once for Illustrated pamphlet tree
Foi Dyspepsia andLtver Complaint,
vou have a printed cuaranteo on every
hottlo ot-Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never
fails to cure. Sold by W. E. Dement.
The Rev. Geo. U. Thayer, of Bour
bon, Ipd., says: "Both myself and wife
owe our lives toSnir.on'8 Consumptiov
Curk." Sold by W. E. Dement.
For lame Back, Side or Uhesx use
Shlloh's Porous Plaster, Price 25 cent.
For sale by W. E. Doment.
A Nasal Injector free with each
bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy
Price 50 ccnLs. Sold by W. E. Dement
"llackmetack," a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents.
Sold by W. E. Dement.
Are. you made miserable by Indi
gestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of
appetite, Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vital
izer Is a positive cure. For sale by W.
". Dement.
Notice of Application.
T0TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TIIE
.H undersipned will apply to the Common
Council, of the City of Astoria, at its next
regular meeUng for a license to sell wine,
malt and spirituous liquors, in less quanti
ties than one quart, for a ported of one year
In the. building fronting on Squemoqua
street, and situated on Lot No. 1, Block No.
02. in the city of Astoria as laid out and re
corded by John McCiuro and extended by
Cyrus Olney,
. . EUDOLPH-BABTJT.
Astoria. April lSplWS.
iiiticiiTa
WG?lmsWGWfs
THE ONLY REMEDIES FOR THE
SKIN AND BLOOD UNIVER
SALLY COMMENDED.
Wm. T. Tot tut, c; North Tenth Street.
Philadelphia, reports that one of his custo
mers "tatcd to him incidentally that he was
feeling so well and had gained twenty-seven
pounds in the-last vear, all of which he at
irioutcii to a .systematic course-of thoCcn
cura Kesolvkxt, wblcli has pioved tffect
ual when all other remedies failed,
S OR F.t OX r.CBL.
Cfcn. Brcdv, SoceniUc. Mas;., who refers
o Dr. .1. J. Wood, dntgglst, of that t ity cer
tifies to a wonderful curcf runninc sores
on the neck which had been treated by hos
pital pnvsteuuv? witneni cire. ana wmcii
vleided completelv to the tnuii: Urai-
KDIES.
CL'irED IT t'VTiCUUA.
My skin dLsease. which resMed several
popfilar remedies and other remedies- ad
vised by pnyl ians, lias been cured by your
CCTiCURA KKMKMEs. Tlic .surpassed my
most sanguine expectations and rapidly ef
feoted a cure. .1. 1 . AKEVl'IH K.
VlXCKNNK-s. I Nn.
KXOW IT VAI.UK
All of nur Cirrirt ha Kkmkihks give
very piod satisfaction. The CuTirt'KA I
especially recommend for the disease for
which it is used. I know from etierlenee
Its v.llue. Du. H. J. PKATT.
SIONTEl.LO. Vli.
CETICUK. ABROAD.
Through a home-returned Norwegian. I
have learned to know your Clticuua,
which has in a short thno cured me of an
Ecztiu.i that my physician's medic no
could not heal.
CHR. HEI.TZEX. IJKHOKN.N'oitWAV.
Affcnfurcrrrftaiwj.
THE POET POWERS.
A feeling of gratitude impels me to ac
knowledge the great merits ot your Ccti
cuka, andl corolally recommend it to the
public as a verv valuable remedy.
H. N. POWFKS, P.RIDOH'OKT. COXX.
For sale everywhere. Price Ccticcra.
the great Skin Cure. 50e Ccticitra Soap,
an exquisite fr-kin Henullfler. 25c. Cuticura
Resolvent, tho new Illood Purifier, St.
Totter Irngr ami Chemical Co..
JloHt-'M.
C irril I CUR.V SOAP, an exquisite Toil-
UUi.1 let. Hath and Nursery San;
Cursery Sanative
SAN FORD'S
RADICAL CURE
FOR CATARRH
A sluule dose of unford' ICndical
Cure Instantly roll ves the most violent
sneezing or Head Colds, clears the Head as
by magic, stops waterv d scharges from the
Nose and Eyes, prevents Ringing Noises In
the Head, cures Nervous Headache, and
subdues Chills and Fevers. In Chronic Ca
tarrh it cleanses tne nasal passages of foul
inucas. restores the senses of .smell, taste,
and hearing u hen affected, frees the head,
thro it, and bronchial tuhes or offensive
matter, sweetens and purines the breath.
stois the cough, and arrests the progress of
Catarrh toward Consumption.
Oifc bottle Rndlc-d Cure, one box Catarrh
al olvent nd Sanf jrd's Inhaler, all In one
package, of all druggists for $l.0o. Ask for
SANFORIS ItADICAL CURB.
Putter Orux and Cbemlcat o., Ilohloii.
COLLINS
New Life for Shat
tered Nerves Painful
OLTAIC,
jluscle and weaken
ed Organs. Colllu'n
Voltale tie-trie
Plaster instantly al
,fects the nervous sys
tem and banishes pain,
nervousness and debil
ELEC
ASTS&S
ity. A perfect Klec
tro - Galvanic Mat
tery comblued with
a liizlilr mcdlclBttl Plaster for2T;e. All
Druggists.
Imon Packers
We are prepared to-print
One lb Salmon Labels
of superior quality, well varnished.
At $1.40 perM..
Correspondence solicited.
A. L. BANCROFT & CO..
721 Market Street.
San Francisco.
There is Ho Need of My Adver
tising LABELS.
The proof of the pudding Is chewing the
string.
Geo. W. Sanborn, Agt.
HINDS, KETCHUM & CO:,
ASTORIA, - - . - NEW YORK.
FOR SALE.
One E. W. BLISS, Latest Improved
HOWE SOLDERiNG MACHINE,
With West's Crimper attached.
Thli 3f tcalao Is Searlr 5ew and Is Sold for
Want of Ute.
Address
GEO.'W. DUNBAR'S EONS,
New Orleans, La.
THE LATEST STYLES
WALL '"PAPER
AT
B. B. FRANKLIN'S,
NEXT DOOR TO ASTO ELAN OFFICE. -
A very large Stock from which to select.
Window curtains made to order.
rMy patent Trimmer to cut Wall Paper
will be toand convenient to my patrons.
.. Pure Ice,
Delivered at Your Door.
This Ico is cut on Lake Cocollala and Is
nure.
All orders left at Post&Haus'en's Astoria
Sods Works will 09 promptly attended to.
- r keed,
TRIG
lLOEB & GO.
.JOBHRttS IN
WINES,
LIQUORS,
A
CIGAR
AGENTS FOR TfTF. (
I
Best San Francisco Houses and'
t
Eastern Distilleries. !
Tumblers Decanters, and All
Kinds of Saloon Supplies.
STAR goods sold, at San Francisco Pitcs !
MATN STEEET.
Opposite Parker House, Astoria. Vina..
-ASK FOR
TJnion India Rubber Co.'s
Iuro Pant Gum
CRACK PROOF
RUBBER BOOTS.
BEWARE OF TMITATIONS !
Be sure tne boots aro stamped PlLdCIZ
PROOF on the heels, and have the PUUK
GUM SPRINGS on tho foot and Instep,
which preveu their cracking or breakini:
We are now making them with 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 KLNDS RUBBER BELTING, PACK
JDJG, nOVL SPRINGS, CLOTHING
BOOTS AND SHOES. Etc.
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
K. it. rcAMS. .i r. i Agents,
S. M. RUNYON.
N. I
San Francisco
tOVEI.1.
Boiler Skates.
Iiatest and Be3t. Tension by Silral
Spring. New adjustment. Used by largest
Itinks. Send for circular to
E. T. AK17EA'.
Ho Market St., San Francisco.
THE HENLEY CLUB SKATE
Nh-kle Plated, Spnng Steel Bottom and
Steel damn.
The HENLEY CHALLENGE SKATE.
Wooden Bottom and leather Straps.
The best and only practically scientific
skates. Elegant in finish. Will turn a three
loot circle ana all the wheels rest square
on the floor. Wheels with babbit metal
boxes. The leading skates In air" the prin
clpal Rinks. Itlryclc imd Tricycles
OSEORN & ALEXANDER.
Sole Agents.
Mechanics' Tools. Hardware and Machinery
03 Market St..opp. Palace hotel.
San Francisco.
Send for free catalogue and price list
Moore's Remedy
-FOR-
MOORE'S REMEDY Cures and Prevents
POISON OAK.
CURES piles. Burns, Cuts: K-
MOVE8 Sunburn and Freckles.
Cold in the Head or Lungs. Croup.
JtitC. ceo.
An Invaluable FAMILY SALVE. Sold by
au Druggists.
25 Cent n Box. Try It!
W. E. DEMENT & CO.
DRUGGISTS.
ASTORIA. - - - OKF.OON
Carry In Stock,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET
and
FANCY ARTICLES.
Prescriptions carefully Compounded
Executrix' Notice,
TTAVING BEEN APPOINTED EXECU
JLJL trix of the last will and testament of
M. M. Oilman, deceased, all persons having
ciaims against sam estate are ncrcoy re
quired to present the same properly verified
to me at my residence In Astoria, Clatsop
county, Oregon.
FLORA J. OILMAN.
Executrix.
Astoria, April 2nd, 1835. 14-rt
MANHOOD
RESTORED
The rteitit lhat Thoutandi tanut jd cjtrl r
SHiflA.lL WEAKSESS. LOSS OF .V.t.V
J100D, and the malt (if abuicdueas: orereettes.
is oving lo a complication called PROSTA TOR
RIIEA. DRLICRIO'S IXFIGORATOR a
the OSLYcureforPROSTATORRlIEA. Price,
S2.W per package, 6 packages, S10.M. Guide to
UcaXth and Self-Analyst tad free. AdJtvn LIE
PIG DISPCVSARror Dueatetcf lUn,
4C0 Genrtf St.. S.m Fi mcteo. Cat.
IMPOTENT MEN
Be tliey TonugorOId.
baring Lo?t thotij
attributes of
PERFECT HANHuOD
May Regain Oulcklr
XMJi-CJj'JbJCT
Sexual Power
PflDCEEATlYE AbIUTT,
Prof Jean Ciciale. BY THE USE OP
The Civiale Remedies.
Tbercure every trac or DK1IILITV, 81'Klt
MATOi:iJH(A. TARICeCELE and overr
form of Seminal losa and weakness whether Uui
to Youthful folly. Abase, or Natural Failure.
ThU trratmrnt originated by PROF. CIVIALE,
adopted in erery IlOsi'lTAL in FKACKand
noualifledlT endorsed by the Medical rrofeKlon
U CAS 1LV APPLIED, PAINLESS, OtJICK.
and aboTO aU LA8TI.NO IN ITS JiEn.TH!
FREE TO ALL pPon receipt of centa
... ?. Aiili. ia postaire stamps, we
will send free to any earnet Inquirer our.plen
dld lUustrated 64 page medical work, strlntr symp
toms of all forms ot Sexual Dlteose. description
of this treatment, prices, testimonials and news
paper endorsements. fcc tc
we arc &lo agents for the new and certain to
cure, Seir-AdJatincr i-nd Oloro Flttinjr Cradle
Compressor, for tha Uioron;h and radical cure
wiUwut surgery, of
VARICOCELE
Ce&sulUUoa with fall MedteftlBtS; FBEE,
Rrfcl RftmedtaiAgsRcj, MSOFuHsa St, N. Y,
? W
HM
TRANSPORTATION LINES.
Oregon Railway & Navigation
COM PA XV
OCKA.V OlVIstlOX
During the month of April. ps5. Ocean
Steamers will sail from roiilaml to San
Francisco, and from San Francisco to Port
land, a follows, leavii.g Ainsnortb Dock.
Portland, at Midnight, and Spear Street
Wharf, San Francisco, at lo A. jr. :
From San Francisco.l From Portland.
Colntnbu...
State of Cal
Oregon
Colnmtiiii .
Mnt-of Lai
Ortfon .. .
C'olmabla ..
Apr Aor
Sat 4Oreron Sun S
Thnr 9 Colnmbu Fn ill
Tu I CState of Cal ....Wed 15
..hun 19OrcKon Jlon a)
..En 21 Columbia Sat 23
. Wed JJstateofCal Thnr
.. ilaj May
...Mon 4lOreeon... Tu 5
Thronjrh Tickets sold to all principal
elnes la tlie United States. Canada and
Europe.
RAIL DIVISION.
on z.nd after April oth, is, Passen
ser Trains-will leave Portland lor Eastern
iuijnts. at 1 ::JO P. 31., dally, and arrive at
12 .U., dally.
PuUman Palace Cars runninc between Par
lead, and St- Paul,
KIVF.U DIVIsIO.Y (Middle i'oturubla).
Boats leave Portiaud for DaJln nt 7 :w
A y..
also :
Leaelon- i I f "i I
land for IM011I Til iWe.mm.l-Fri.I S,u
.tona andl
lower Co-1
lnmblK . KAM KAM k,U k , , In lk .v.
Davtoo. llr !7 AM! r.lMl i-?A,i
Salem i . -. ' I '."' '
(Jorrall. HhA-1,- ,h AM; ....
Tacomaand hoattle. daily at.7. 1M PM
v iciuria oieamors do 001 run aundays.
Leaves Afttsirla fnp P-r?.l ., e M .:i
cepi handay.
C. H. PRESCOTT. JOHX Minn
w-5.I.a.,iaSer- Traf. Manager.
..I.BRNE, K.A.NOYES,
u. l'.& 1. A Agent. Astoria.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
VTA
Oregon & California R. R.
And CoancctlonH.
Fare to San Francisco $32 ; to Sacramento $30
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
EA3T8IDK DIVLRIOK.
Uet-rtecn rottTLA.SD and ASULAXD
JIAIL TILVUf.
LELVVE. ARRIVE,
Portland 7 0 A. at I Ashland 4: A. m.
Ashland 3:43 p. si Portland -H25 v. ai.
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN.
LEAVE! ARRIVE.
Portland 4 .-00 p. jr.lLcbauon 9 0 p. at
Iebanon 4 : a. ar.lPortland... 10 aT5 A. a:
Pullman Palace Sleeping Car leaves Port
land Mondays and Thursdavs. Returning
leaves Ashland Tuesdays and Fridays.
The Oregon and California Railroad Ferry
makes connection with all Regular Trains
on Eastslde Division, from the toot of F St.
WE3T3IDK DIVISION.
Between Portland and Corvatito
aiAIL TRAIN
LEAVE. ARRIVE.
Portland 9 :Oo A. ar. jCorvallLH 4 0 p. ai.
Corvallis 8 :30 a. ax.jPortland 3 :20 p. at.
EXPRESS TRAIN
LEArE. ARRIVE.
Portland 5 :C0 p JilMcMlnnville.8 $Q v ai
Mc3Iinnvllle5:45 AailPortland 8 :30 am
Ijjcal tickets for sale, and baggage checked
at Company's up-town ofllce, corner Stark
and Second strr ets.
Tickets for sale to all the principal points
In California, can onlv bo procured and
baggage checked, at tlie Company's ofllce.
Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or.
Freight will not be received for-shipment
alter 5 o'clock p. ai. on either the Eastside
or Westslde Divisions.
B. KOEHLEK, . PROGERS.
Manager. O. F A P; At
Ilwaco Steam Mption Co.
SUMMER SCHEDULE.
FROM ASTORIA TO
Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canby and Ilwaco.
Connecting by stages and steamboats for
Oysterville. Montesano and'Ofympia
STEAMER
iML "GEN. MILES,"
W. P. Whitcojib, Master.
Will leave Astoria daily (Sundays excepted)
for
Ft. Stevens. Ft. Canby and Ilwaco.
at 8 A. M
With Oysterville Malls and Express dally.
and
Through Mails to points beyond, and
Montesano, W. T., on
Mondays. "Wednesday 3 and Fridays.
Fare to Ilwaco, - - $1.00
Passengers will save 25 cents by purchas
ing tickets before going on board.
Ilwaco Freight per Ton, - $2.00
is&For Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the office of the company. Gray's
wharf, foot of Benton street.
J. H.D.GRAY,
Agent.
Astoria to Tillamook.
Steamer A. B FIELD.
CAPTAIN JOHN GABRIELSON.
Freight forwarded by O. R. & N. Co..
marked "por A. B. Field," will be forward
ed. Frelghus to bo delivered at Hobson
vllle, Tblamook Bav, where it will be held
at shippers' risk until charges are paid.
From Portland to Hobsonvllle, per ton, $S
From Astoria to Hobsonvllle, " " G
rassongers from Astorla......... 5
C. LEINENWEBER.
STEAMER
MOUNTAINEER,
CAPT. E. J. MOODY,
Astoria, Or., Cathlamet, W. T., Westport,
Or., and Intermediate points.
The Steamer ZIountainetr will leave- Asto
ria dally, until further notice, from Hustler's
wharf, foot of Main street, at bair-putg
o'clock P. M., as follows :
Mondays, Wedaesdays and Fridays, for
CaTULaMET and Intermediate points on
Wash. Ter. side will go to Westport. same
days.
Tneidays, Tharsdays aad Saturdays, for
WESTPORT and intermediate points on
the Oregon side will go to Cathlamet same
davs.
WillLeT0 CATHLAMET, W.T., for As
toria, Mondays, Wedaesdays and Fridays at
seven o'cIicki.JH., toueblngat all way land
lmcs on Wash. Ter. side, and return on same
side.
Will Leave WESTPORT, for Astoria. Or.,
on Tuesdays, Thursdays sad Saturdays at set
ea o'clock A. X., touching at all way land
ings on Oregon side, and return on same
alge.
for Frelgat o awag, apply on board, or
te Main sere Wharf.