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MAY 2J, 18S5 !
PORT OF ASTORIA.
HEADY FUJI SEA.
YMIe K. Ktarback, Am p QuecnstowaMr 2i
VESSELS IN THE RIVER.
Kemonstnnt, Br bk
lUidee, Br bk
AtUhxb&d. Br bk
Kitty. Br bk
Cars&rcn Cattle, Br bk
MCW&sblnffioa, Am tp
2L & E. Cox, Br tp
bftn Lai. Br bit
Archer. Br bL
Elma. Br bk
VESSELS OX TEE WAY.
Frost Foreleu Ports, far tbe
Abeona Br ap 979 Burnt IiU&d Mtr 13
Coloma. Am bk Bone Kong. April !0.
Urisedale, Br tp Lirerpool May 1
MoUke, Ger bk 823 Lirerpool
Orerdale. Br bk Callao March 2
SoItoIr. Nor bk C02 Callao Jaa 29
Zamora. Br bk USD Buenos Aires, Feb 12
From American Parts.
Olire S Southard, Am sp Jfetr York April IB
TIIIK TABIiE FOK ASTORIA.
Second. I First. Second.
SI 2 IS
1 1 12a 8 8 2 40p 0 S 8 08a -0 1 7 51p 3 0
2 141 87 3 21 C5 8 4J 01 8 30 32
3 2 13 84 4 05 02 9 21 03 9 12 35
4 253 80 4G2G110 02 0 C 10 0.J 37
5 3 33 70 5 45 01 10 51 09 11 05 39
0 4 34 7 0 0 42 C3 1145 13 - - -
71 5 4o b'Cj 7 30 C7 0 18 3 8:0 4H 1C
8 7 03 Co! 8 24 71 1 34 35 145 18
9 822GG90775237 28242 19
10 9 32 0 9J 9 53 8 0 3 25 2 1 3 40 19
1110 32 7 3110 30 854 17 13427 20
12 II 27a 7 5J11 05 89 5 01 05 5 09 21
13 0lSi7C1139 93 5 4U -02 5 50 23
11 - - --105 7C C23 -0 8 0 32 2 5
15 0 17a 9 5 1 53 )7 4 7 15 -1 1 7 13 2 7
W 0 53 9 C 2 43 '7 2 7 59 -11 7 59 2 9
17 1 41 94 3 37 171 8 48 -09 8 49 31
16 2 SO 90 4 31 70 9 40 -05 9 47 32
19 r. 2 J 8 4 5 2S 7 0 10 37 0 0 10 53 3 3
20 4 33 7 7 0 21 71 1138 05 - -
21552 71720 73009 320 40 11
22 7 20 i9 8 12 7C 1 28 2h 142 1C
23 8 42 7019 01 70 2 34 23 2 48 19
24 9 51 73 9 48 82 3 40 15 3 42 22
23 10 52 74 10 21 85 4 35 Oli 4) 25
20 11 4Ca 74 11 03 8 G 5 20 03 5 11 2 8
27 0 34;) 73 11 30 87 007 -01 5 49 30
28 . .. 11870 C45 -03 6 2G 33
29 0 07a 8 7 1 59 0 9 7 19 -0 4 7 CO 3 5
30 0 3S 80 2 33 67 750 -0 3 73C 3 G
3l 1 10a 8 5 3 13p 0 6 8 2ia-0 2 S Up 3G
Tlic hours between mldnignt and noon are
designated bv a (a. m.). those between noon
a:id midnight by p (v. su). 0A. 00n a denotes
midnight, Gi. 09m. n denotes noon.
The Height Is reckoned from the level of
average lower low waters to which the sound
ings are given on inn imasr aurvev cnans.
Columbia River Exports.
Wioat. &i.X37 has .. $63371
Flour, 24.838 bbls 93,252
Total, (19 cargoes) 5T31.C23
Wheat. 610735 has .. -..$475,230
Floar, 3357 bids 152.090
Salmon, 11.800 cs 59.950
Lumler, 563 M- 59.873
Total (10 cargoes) 747,143
Wheat. 222.278 bus ?239.929
Flour. 9.237 bbls 36,950
Total, (6 cargoes) 270,879
Whoat. 99.199 bus .-$ 77,000
Flour, 11.000 bbls 44,000
Lumber, 900 11.. 12.G50
Total. (4 cargoes) $133,650
1 To Liverpool, per Becmah.
Flour 11.191 bbls $49,100
Wheat 16,896 bus 15.000
1 To Quccnatoum, per Jane SprotL
Flour 11.9SS bbls $41,00
Household Goods 2 chests 30
9 To Qucejufoicn per Edward Percy.
Wheat 47.571 bus $33,500
22 To Quee-nstoxcn per Tillic E. Starlmtk.
Wheat 101,623 bus $76,217
Astoria .Retail 2Iarket.
Flour per bbl S5.00
Wheat, per cental $1.50
Oats, " SL50
Bacon, sides per lb, 1416 cts.
Shoulders, " 11 cts.
Hams, u 131G cts.
Lard, " 1015K cts.
Mutton, 712X els.
l'ork, 1015 ctb.
Veal, 1420 cts.
Butter, per roll 4055cts.
Ejics, per dozen 1522cts.
Potatoca, per lb Jl ct
Cheese, per E 1C20 cts
Cornmeal, per lb 4 cts.
Oatmeal, " CGKct.
Beans', " 4U cts.
Tea, " 2590cts.
Kice, " 7 9 cts.
Sugar, " G10cts.
Smip, per gallon 70c 1.
Honey, per gallon S1.15.
Salmon, per KitS4J0
Onions, per lb 3 cts.
Apples diidd per lb 710 eta.
Peaches " 13(3 30 cts.
Plums. " " l2K10cts.
Candles, per 2 20 cts.
Chickens, per dozen $6.
Hay, per ton 13 S20.
Hides, per lb 5 9 cts.
Oils, per gallon, boiled linseed, 70c;
raw linseed. 70c: coal oil. 40c: lardS1.25
A. V. Allen,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Wines, Liquors JobaccrxCigart
United States Senators J- ' gjph '
I ItenrMPJitatlTP In rflnKs M. C- Ilpnitrfl
Governor - ......... ...... Z. F. Moody
Governor's Secretary. Chas. B. Moores
Secretary of State ...... R. P. Earhart
Assistant Secretary. ...... F. E. Hodgkin
oiaio xreasurer .... . v.a. nirscu
Assistant Treasurer . A. V. Wheeler
Sup't Tubllc Instruction E. B. McKlroy
State Printer. "W. H. Byars
Clerk School Land Board E, P. McCornac
Sup't Insane Asylum .....Ur. II. Carpenter
Sup't Penitentiary....... Geo. Collins
iv. r. Lord
Supreme Judges . .. -.T. B. Waldo
I W. W. Thayer
. . Robert Bean
It. P. Boise
. F. J. Taylor
. M. L Olmstead
Clatscp County Officers:
,.C. A McGnlre
W. G. Boss
j I), K. Warren
J. F. Warren
G. V. Parker
J. E. Higsins
J.', C. Boss
Astoria City Officers:
Mavor-., J. W. Hume
Auditor and Clerk T. S. Jew ett
Treasurer J. G. Hurler
Assessor. ... Geo. P. A heeler
Street Superintendent Thos. lMgun
Chler or Police Clark Ijoughrcy
Police Judge ..... C. H. Stockton
Sexton M. Conley
(C. H. Cooler
First Ward A. A. rictel nid
( Isaac iscrginan
( Thos. I)e:
l lins. ucaiy
Temple liodge. Mo. 7AF.A.M.
REGULAR COMMUNICATIONS S
nnt and third Tuesdas in cachxV
month, at 7J4 o'clock, v. si., at the'V
Hall in Astoria. Members of the onler In
good standing are Invited to attend..
By order ot the W. M.
Bearer Lodge No. 35. 1. O. O. F.
TiEGULAlt MEETING EV- ?.
i5IToSSg!,aLeffl5dlSPiirdy Vegetablc-Coopoand, thai
room in Odd Fellows Hall, Asto
ria. Sojourning members of the order In
good standing, cordially invited to atterd.
By order N. G.
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O. P.
O EG ULAIt MEETINGS OF OCEAN EN
JX campment No. 13. I. O. O. F., at the
Lodge, in the Odd Fellows Building, at
seven p. m., on the second i:d fourtii
Mondaj-s of each month. Sojourning breth
ren cordially invited.
By order C 1.
Seaside Lodgro No. 12, A. O. U. W.
KEGULAB MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
Lodge No. 12, A. (). U. W. will be held
in iher Hall oer Caruahan & (.V on
Thursday evening of each week, at 7 o'clock.
Members of the order in good standing, and
visiting Brothers are Invited to attend. Li
brary will be open fifteen mli.utcs before
and nf ter each meeting. By order M. W.
Astoria Lodge No. 40. 1. O. G.l.
REGULAR MEETING KVEBY MON
day evening at 7 :30 o'clock, in Ihe Hall
over Carnahan's store. Members of the Or
der, in good standing, arc invited to attend.
By order W. C. T.
American Legion of Honor.
REGULAR MEETING OF ASTORIA
Council No. 995' Is held on the first and
third Tuesday of each month, at 7 o clock r.
M. By order of the Council Commander.
R. V. MONTE1TJ I, Sec'ty.
Occident Counotl No. 5. 0. C. P.
MEETS EVERY FIRST AND THIRD
Saturday evenings of each month, at 8
o'clock P. M. Members of the order arc
respectfully requested to attend.
C. BROWN, Recorder.
Cushln8r Post No. 14 G. A. B.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS POST
JL on the second and fourth Tuesdays of
each month at 7:30 r. m. visiting com
rades cordially Invited. By order
Cushlngr Relief Corps No. 3, Ci. A. R.
REGULAR MEETINGS ONTHESnCOND
and fourth Tuesdays of each month, at
2 v. M.
By order Mrs. C. ROSS.
Pacific Lodge No. 17, K. or P.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS
Lodge every Friday evening, at 7:30
o'clock, In their Castle Hall. Sojourning
Knights cordiaUy Invited to attend.
W. A. SHERMAN,
K. of It. and S.
Astoria Division No. One, Uniform
Rank, K. of P.
REGULAR MEETING ON THE FIRST
Thursday of each month, in their Ar
mory Hall, In Pythian Castle, at 8 1. n. Reg
ular drills on the second, third and fourth
Thursday of each month, at such place as
suaii be uesignateu ny tne m-mmanuer.
Sojourning Sir Knight cordially Invited
to meetings and drills.
Astoria Ladies' Coffee Club.
TJEGULAR MEETINGS AT TnE CLUB'S
Xoj rooms on the first and third Friday's
of each month at 7 P. M.
Mrs. F. B. ELBERSON. Pros.
REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND
fourth Tuesday evenings of each month
at 7Vi o'clock.
KB-Persons desiring to have matters acted
upon by the Council, at any regular meet
ing must present the same to the Auditor
and Clerk, on or before the Friday evening
prior to the Tuesday on which the Council
holds its regular meeting.
THOS. S. JEWETT,
Auditor and Clerk.
GERMANIA BEEP. HALL
Northern Pacific Brewery
Five Cents a Class.
jS"-No inferior Beer sold at this place.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT THE
partnership heretofore existing between
Lim Foot, Llnj Quan. Llm Koye For. and
Urn Blng Bo. doing business under the firm
name oi Konz Wine- & Co. in tho Pawn
i Broker and Merchandising business in the
City or Astoria, Clatsop couniy. uregon, is
wis aay aissoivea Dy mutual consent, imu
Hing Bo retiring from the business. Lim
Foot, Llm Quan and Lim Koye For will col
lect all biUs and pay nil outstanding In
debtedness. LAM HING BO.
Astoria, May 12th, 1SS5.
W cfnoYALPsavt-? J
Tl:ls powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and who!eomenes. More
oconomical than tne ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold in competition with the mul
titude ot low test short weight, alum or
phosphate powders. Sf.ld onhi in cans. l!ov
al Baking PowdkrCo.. io-j W:Ui-t. N. Y.
1? jasn ?hat its name implic.
acts directly upon, tnc lf?QT ; curing
the many diseases iiicideuQ Lhat im.
poriant organ, and prettshting the nu
merous ailmants tKyarise from it!
deranged or tbrntction, such as
Dyspepsia &;aice. Biliousness
Rheujnatietc. Itjs therefore s
raisnflgr "ToTiave Good Healtfc
:hc Liver must "be kept in order."
DE. SA2sT0SD'3 IIVEE IN7IG0SAT0E
Envi:oraie3 the Liver, lcrulatcs the Bow
si?, Si rcnglhens Iho SysJcm, Purifies the
Blooil . Assists Digestion. Prevents Fevers.
Ts a llouseholtl'Xecd. An Invaluable
Family Medicine for common complaints.
D2. SAirrOIlD'S LIVZS nrVIG0EATQ2i.
An experience of Forty years, and Tt'u
lands rf Testimonials prove its 2JcrU.
FOB SALE BT AM, DEALERS IN MEDICINES
For fr.ll informvion ?nd yonr addrcfa for 1W
sr Brolt on the " Liver and its dioacs," U
tirroM) 2J. 1
MATT a THOMPSON.
FRESH AND CURED" MEATS,
Crockerv and Glassvrure.
TvritV Feed, S2tc
WHERRY & G0HPA3FY,
Fresh mid Cured Meats,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL,
CIIKXA3IUM f4ircel. Astoria, fc
3Ialn Mreet, - Aslorla, Oregon.
BEItGilAX & CO. PROritlETOrtS
PESPECTFCLLY CALL THE ATTEN'
Xfc tion of the public to the fact that the
above Market will always be supplied with a
FULL VARIETY AND BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED filEATS 1 !
Which will be sold at lowest nitw, wiiolo
sale and retail.
E&-Spcclal attention girn to suppijing
Best Quality: Lowest Prices.
The Astorian Jol) Oilicc.
Receipt Books, Bill Hcad, Pu3trr$. Curds,
Tags, Legal Blanks. C;i? ular. Note
and Letter Heads, Etc.
DTeat, Qnick and Cheap, at
The Astorian Job Office.
CIGAES AOT) TOBACCOS,
Haying Cards. Cutlery. Stationery Etc. A
fine stock of Merschaum and Brier Pipas,
Amber Goods, Etc.
Two doors of cor. Water and West-fllh St?.,
A PERILOUS TRIP.
J Escitlnj; Ride Over the Kootenai Rapids
I inn Bateau.
Tho following slory v.-as iold to a
Statesman reporter by W. H. Toles.
wuo naa just mauc mo run ol uie vju
lumbia river Ironi the lino of Ihe Can
adian Pacific to the Little Dalles: Tho
party consisted of 3Ir. Toles, James
J3owen, Archie and Paul McDonald
and H. H. Wright They struck the
Columbia at Far well, the second
crossing of the river on tbe Canadian
Pacific going west At that point a
bateau 33 feet in leugth, G feet wide
and G foot beam was constructed
or split cedar, and when completed
and laden with worldly goods the
voyage was begun.
'Ihe Brat twenty-live miles was
passed without any event worth men
tioning. As tho boat was gliding
along rappidly in comparatively
smooth but swift water a snag was
suddenly encountered, which upset
the bateau in a twinkling, throwing
the five voyagers into the ice-cold
water and forcing them to swim for
dear life. All hands landed safely on
shore, but the bateau and its contents
was gone, but fortunately was cap
tured again a few mile3 below strand
ed on a rock in tho rapids By this
accident the party lost about S200 in
currency, their matcLes, clothing,
blankets, provisions, etc., and of the
entire outut only one sack ot llour
was saved. Nothin daunted the party
relaunched on tho tiresome journey.
The Arrowhead lakes were reached
aud there with a fair wind they
made over sixty miles a day.
unce tnrougu tue lanes tuo jvooieuni
rapids were reached and there the fun
commenced. The immense body of
water flowing down the Columbia was
here compressed through a narrow
and rocky gorge and the seething
waters boiled ahd threw up a mist so
heavy that the banks could hardly be
distinguished. The waves rolled
twelve and fourteen feet high and
broke over projecting rocks with a
roar that deafened the silent ou-look-ers,
who gazed upon the sceuo with a
feeling of awe, mingled with fear.
Everything ready, the batean plunged
into the first white capped wave, aud
for an instant was lost to sight, then
again emerging into view it was shot
like an arrow down stre;un, narrowly
escaping being thrown on an ominous-looking
boulder projectiug from
the water m mid-stream Iiko a grim
sentinel calmly watching the approach
of the enemy "to launch forth his mes
senger o! death. Then tho boat was
suddenly drawn into a calm, where
the exhausted boatmen hope.l for
rest, but were to bo disapointed, for
the water begins to describe a cir
cle. The whirlpool is filling and
a moment's delay on tho spot
meaus death. The bateau and
its precious cargo will be sucked into
the now troublesome vortex aud all
will bo lost "With the energy of des
peration tho four oars beat the water
and suddenly the craft shoots forth
and leaves tho whirlpool behind,
whicb by this time, as if maddened
by the escape ot its proy, boiled and
seethed and whirled in its seemingly
frantic attempts to swamp its prey.
Tho entire forty-two milesof the
Kootenai rapids was a repetition of
such scenes, but the gallant crew
destined to an accident on the first
day, were also destined to pass safely
by the rapids, which mean almost
death to pass over in a frail bateau.
Tho journey of 220 miles was thus
made in five days. From that on the
journey was thus made in compara
tive comfort and safety. A boat con
taining four Swedes passed down
ahead aud attempted to niako the
Little Dalles rapids, but being unac
quainted with them they were drawn
iuto a whirlpool as it was filling and
were sucked beneath tho water, and
boat or men were never seen again.
Since last fall eighteen deaths by
drowning on this river are known,
and how many have passed away to
the unknown through this watery
gate will never be discovered.
Witlc Aivalic Drusgi.st.s.
ircssrs. W. E. Dement & Co. arc al
ways alive to their business, and spare
nopains to secure the best of every article,
in iheir line. They have secured the agen
cy for the celebrated Dr. Kir.c's 2fcv
Discovery for Consumption. The only
certain cure known for Consumption,
Coughs, Colds. Hoarseness. Asthma,
DavTever, Bionchitis, or any affection
of the Throat and Lungs. Sold on a
posithe guarantee. Trial IJottles free.
ItfWilar size 1.00.
YOl'XG 3IKX!-i:EAI Xlliij.
Tjik Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their celebrated Ellc-tro-Yoltaic
Belt and other Elkctric
appliances on trial for thirty days, to
men (voung or old) afllicteil with nervous
debility, loss of vitality and manhood, and
all kindred troubits. Also lor rheumatism,
neuralgia, paralvsls. and many other dis
eases. Complete" restoration to health, vigor
and manhood guaranteed. IS'o risk Is in
curred as thirty days trial Is allowed. Write
them at once for illustrated pamphlet free
:SEE THAT YOU GETz:
For Sale in J.ofs to Suit.
By W1I.SOX & FISIIKR,
Or tilBSOX, CHURCH & CO.
Holders Auction Eooms
Established January 1st, 1877.
E. C. H0LDEN,
Kenl Estate and General Auctioneer
and Commission Merchant,
Chenamus Street. - Astoria, Oregon.
Auuction sale of Sundries every Saturday,
at 10 -30 a. m., at rav Auction Rooms.
"Will conduct Auction Sales of Real Estate,
Cattle, and Fanning Stock wherever de
sired. Cash CetBrns Promptly made after Sales.
Consignments respectfully solicited,
Notary Public for tho State of Oregon.
Commissioner of Deeds for Washington
Agent for Dally and "Weekly Oregontan.
knd Every Species of 5tc5
ing and Burning Diseases I
Positively Cured, j
ECZEMA. or-S.ilthiifuiii, with its agonizing j
itching aud liurnpig. intai:'iy relieved i
bv a warm hath with Oraci i: v So.u aud i
a single application of Ccxici'i: , tlic'great
skin Cure. This repeated dailv, with two or,
thrco dose? or (.nin.UA JiroLVEXT, tuo
New Blood lnr.ner. to keep the blood cool,
the perspiration puro anil aud uuirritatiutr,
the bowcit open, tho her and Kidncjs act
ive, will speediiv cure Eczema, Tetter. Ring
worm, IVori.isK IJchen Pruritus, fci-all Head.
Dandnilf. aud ecry siiccies of Itching, Sca
lv, aud Pimplv Humors of the Scalp ami
bkin, when the best physicians and all
known remedies fail.
Will 3Ic5ouald. 212 Dearborn St..
Chicago, gratefully acknowledges a cure or
Eczema or Salt ltheum on head. neck. rie.
arms, and logs forsoventeen year : ne: able
to walk except on his hand- and knee for
one year : rot able to help hims-lf tir right
years; tiled hundreds of P':n:dn- ; donors
pronounced his ca$e hoj-elf s : icnnuiently
cured bv ccticuka i:emi.vext 'Diood pu
rifier) Internally, and Citicura aril Cuti
ci'RaSoai (UlttgnMt M: inuwpvtcrn:' y.
C'liitM. Ilnnahion. I s-j.. lav.jer, irs
St Jte St.. Boston, repot .s a can? ! 1-oi-ma
under his observation for ten etr, which
covered the p itif ut's body and lindn. and to
which all knw:i methods of treatment had
been aotd.od uitlii'ta benefit, v.hcii was
rompletelj e..red solely by the ( rnrriiA
Rrmkoirs. leavingac'eaii and healthy -km.
V. Sf. Oraki. K-q.. Detroit. Mich., suf
fered untold tortiires from Eczema, whlcii
appe-irel oi his hands, head aril f.ic. aud
nearly destrnjcdiiLi eves. After tin most
careful d otorlng and a consultation of
)hsician failed to relieve him, lift ued the
Cuticuua BhMKinKS, and ra cured, and
ha- rtinaineil mi so dato
Mr. .John Tliti-:. Wilkcsb.irro. Pa.,
writes : ! have suuo eil from r ait Rheum
for over eight years. aHlmso bad tii.it I
could not attend to my business for weeks at
a time. Tliree boxes of Ccrini:.v and four
bottles Rksoi.vh.nt have tntircly cured nie
ot this dreadful dlsc.ie."
Sold bv all dm gists. Price : rnici-EA,
50 tS. ; KESOLVKXr.! ; SoAr.2- its. Por
tei: Drl'c ami Ciikmicvi. ( .. Rnt n.
Scntl Tos- 'lln lr ('iiro-isi !lrars '
fTTrPTrl-,lx SOP At exquisite Toi
jJ La. lot. Ba h.a-ul Jmisery .Sinative.
That pire, sweet. safe, anil effective Anur
ican dlitdallon ot Itch-IL-zi-l. American
Pine, Canada Fir, Marigold, and Clover-Blos-om.
called Saxforii's 1:amci. Curk
for Catahhii, with rue box Catarrhal
So!.vi:xTand one Savi ouo's Imi'Ovrd Ix
iiai.Kic. all In one packa'. mav now be had
of ail druggists for .?! W. Ask lor Sa::kor'.s
Complete Iocal and Constitutional Trit
meat tor every form of ''atarrh, from a Sim
ple Col l or Ii.llueii7.i to loss of MucII, Ttiste,
and Hearing. Cough, Bronchitis, and Ca
tarrhal Consumption, in every package.
And Public Speakers without number owe
their pn sent usefulness and succss to S.vx
Koan' lfAiircvr. Ct'RB for Catarrh.
ittv. Dr. Wtegin s.iys : "Ope of the best
remedies for Caranh nay. th he t remedy
we havo found in a lifetime of -uu"ering is
SANFOi:ti'RiicAi. Ccuc It clears the
lieu! and throat so thoroughly thar. taken
eacli morning on rising, tiiere are no un
plo isant -ecret'ons ai d no disagreeable
hawking during the entire dav, but an un
precedented clearness nt vo'cerrd i(.p:ra
Sold by all druggists. Price 51.00,
Potior Drugnnil riiciuiral '.. fiottnn.
? 1 TRrow Weary suflerer rrom
QU.IfVy RheiimatLsni. Neural-
J5 -qS C lds, YeaK Back.
fcaST&s Yeak Stomach and
Bowels, Dspcnla, Fennle Weakness,
Shooting Pains through the Loins aud Back,
try t he iu Plasters. Placed over the pit of
the Stomach. tliv prevent and cure Ague
Pains. Bilious Colc. Liver Complaints, and
protect the system from a thousand il s. T.c.
R. Lemon & Co.
STEVEDORES and RIGGERS
XortIau!l ami A&ioria.
Portland Office No. li, N. Front street.
Tanks for Sale.
4 ROUND TANKS,
Capacity 500 gallous each.
At ASTORIA PLANIXQ MILL.
HOT MPICAL SPRINGS.
A Hack w III leavo Eugene on the ai rival of
the train from Portland,
Making llietrln from Portland in less than
two dajs hi daylight.
Mouldings, Sash, Doors, Blinds,
Ralls. Balusters, Newel
SCROLL AND TURNED
BOAT MATERIAL, &c.
Orders solicited land promply attended to
IIOTT & CO., Proprietors.
Liverpool and London and Globe.
North British and Mercantile
Of London and Edinburgh.
Old Connecticnt of Hartford,
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
Fire Insurance Companies,
Representing a Capital of $67,000 OOO.
B. VAN DUSEN, Agent.
csrT1w - E,c,
AGENTS FOP. THE
Best San Francisco Kcusss ."rri
Tumblers Decanters, and All
Kinds of Saloon Supplies.
5S-A11 ttiiods M at San fciane'acy I . -
Op;io-dt Varfcr House, AstnrLt.
Do they YonnporO'd.
having Lot thw
May Regain QnleLIy
'0 PrccreatuE Abiutt,
V. Hfou&U tfS
Ptnf Jean C.rinlf
The Civiaie Remedies.
Thercnro eerjr trace of 19 EH I I.I 1 . spt :.
MATOIti:ilA. AlUCOCi:i.K ri 1 ev. 1
form of Seminal loss and weaknrss nhcllicr tiw
to Youthful Folly, Abuse, or Nnt-ir' Fall'e.
lhlstrrntintntoriirtnatPtl by IMJOI. til I A 1.1.
mloptcil in every IIO-PITALln rUACl.anI
nmiuallflnilr enlorcl by tbeMetllcnl rrorsskn.
is !:amlvai'I'liki), 1'aim.i. untie.
and above oil I.AM I.N O l"S ITS llt'l I.T".
PPPF Tfi ATT. fpon receipt or C CM.!
rr.i-n iu jliu. m potBpe stAmp. r
trlil send freo to any campst inquirer o.ir -h-n
did illtistratwt 61 page meUIcl vrort.fTii' j
tomsof all forms or Sxual nte'i deeri;'!o-i
of tl.U trcatiiient. price-?, tcstlmunlaU ctHl i.la--patpr
emIors..raents, Ac. Ac
woare nUo n-iits f r tbe new nnl ce-ta!n t
cure. b:!f Adjusting and f.Iovo Kittinc trr.illo
Comprcor. for the thoroashanJ radical n-e.
without surgery, of
g?" -7 - lis zzm ivo
Consaltntlon ulth full Mcdlcnl SlalT, FJIEE.
Civiaie Rcnedial Agency, 174. Fuiicn St., N. Y.
Ti.e reascn that Tkouutrtds cantifl g-t r t ,-'
SEJn. XL WEARS ESS, LOSS OF il t V
is ortng to a complication called PHOST.i TOR
RHEA. DR. LEMG'S ISVIGORATOR u
the OSL retire f or PROS7A TORRUEA. P nee.
52.00 r paclage, C paclcgti, gW W. G - to
Jlialth and Self-Anulvst sent free. .It' - "
RIG filSPE YSARVor Pi Tnf ..' .
i 0 Geaj S'.. vS r . - '1. ' c.r
from a common Blotch, cr Empticn, to tha
worst Scrofula. Salt-Hhemri. Fover-
Sores, Scaly or Rough. Sldn, m short, all
diieasca caused by bad blood aro conquered br
this powerful, nurifviar. and invifroratmfr medi.
this powerful, puriiyia;
cine. Great; iatins
Great Eatlhs Ulcers rapidly heal un-
der Its benign influence Especially ha3 it mani
fested it3 potency in curing 'i. etiter, Jtose ia3n,
Boils, Carbiincles, Soro Eyes, Scrofulous
Sores and S7elling3, Hip-Joint DIecosc,
"Wlilte Swellings, Goitre, or Thick: Keck,
and Enlarged Glands. Send tea cents in
stamps for a large treatise, with colored plates,
on Skin Diseases, or the same amount for a treatise
on Scrofulous Affections.
"THE BLOOD IS THB 3.XF3."
Thoroughly cleanso it by using Dr. Pierca'S
Golden Medical Discovery, and gocd di
gestion, a fair skin, buoyant spirits,
vital strength, and soundness of con
stitution, will be established.
which 13 Scrofulous Disease of the Lunra,
is promptly and certainly arrested and cured Dy
this God-given remedy, if taken beforo the last
stages of tho disease ore reached. From it3 won
derful power over this terribly fatal disease, when
first offering this now celebrated remedy to tho
public, Dr. Pierce thought seriously of calling it
his Consumption CUXO," but abandoned
thatnamo as too limited for emedicino which,
from its wonderful combination of tcnic, or
strengthening alterative, or blood-cleansing, anti
bilious, pectorial, and nutritive properties, is
nncqualcd, not only as a remedy for consumption
oftho lungs, but for all
If vou feel dull, drowsy, debilitated, have sal
low color of skin, or yellowish-brown spote on
face or body, frequent headache or dizziness, bad
taste in tho mouth, internal heat or chills, alter
cating with hot Hashes, low spirits nnd cloomy
forebodings, irregular appctitc,snd coated tongue,
you arosuffcrinir from Indigestion, Dyspep
sia, and TorDid Liver, or " Biliousness."
In many cases only part of theso symptoms tiro
experienced. As a remedy for nil such cases.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
has no equal.
Shortness of Breath, Bronchitis, Severe
COUgas, Consumption and kindred affectioas,
it!) is a sorereizn remedy.
Send ten cents in stamps for Dr. Pierce's book
on Consumption, Sold by Druggists,
PRICE, $1.00, f?gg?
Wo'ld's Sips;?? 'MM Aasti'sa,
Proprietors, C03 3fciin St, Boitalo, N. Y.
5a?s,auwerirr - n
Wai?s sr iuu is t
ANTI-SILIOUS antl CATHARTIC.
Sold by Druggi3tS. 25 ccnt3 a viaL
1J t$) 3J 3 il3y tla mi 42
is offered by tho proprietors cf
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
for a case of Catarrh which they
If you havo a discharge from
tho nose, offensive or other
wise, partial loss ot smell, tasto
cr hearing, weak cjes, doll pain or pressure in
the head, you havo Catarrh. Thouuids of cases
terminate in consumption.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy cures tho worst
cases of Catarrh, " Cold in the Head," anc
Catarrhal Heauache. 50 cents.
Abstracts of Title.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS COMPILED
a set of Abstract Books from the records
of Clatsop County and Is now prepared to
furnish complete and correct Abstracts of
Title to any Iteal Estate in tho County, at
Attorney at Law, Astoria, Oregon.
Office, Room , over City Book Store.
iz-Zi fzttttffy&i -cj-t
CUBES ALL HDMOB
J Qtft. ,
ilteo Steam .Iviaiioi Co
FROM ASTORIA TO
Ft. Stevens. Ft. Canby and Hvaco,
Connecting by stages and steamboats for
OysicrviUe. Kantesano and Olympia
V. P. Wiiitcomb, Master.
Will leave Astoria daily (Sumlajs excepted
P. Stevens. Ft. Canby and Ilwaco,
at 8 il- II-
With Ojsterv Hie Malls anil Express daily,
Thronsh Maiia to points beyond, and
Montesano, "V. T., on
Mondays. "Wednesdays and Friday a.
ire to iiwacc.
Pasfnicrs wbl s:in 25 cents by purchas
ing tickets before going on beard.
iivco Freight per Ton. - S2.00
CSf-For Tickets, Ton age or Charter ap
plv at the ofllce of the company, Gray's
wharf. Toot or 15enton street.
J. II. D. GRAY,
CAPT. E. J. MOODY,
Astoria, Or., Catlilamet, "W. T.f "Wtstport,
Or., and intermediate points.
The Steamer Mountaineer will leave Asto
11.1 iis.il). uutil further notice, from llu-tle'.-
wh.uf. loot of Main street, at balf-past!
o'clock P. 31., as follows :
Xomlnjs, Vfedncsiiavs and Fridaji, for
CaTHLaMKT and intermediate points on
Wash. ler. side will go to West port, same
Tncsdnys, Tharstiays an.l Satnrtlajs, for
VI.STi'oi:T and intermediate prints on
the Orison sitle will go to Calhlamet same
Vi:l Leave CATHLAMET. W.T., for As
tinn, Sondays. Wednesdays and Fridays at
seTen o'clock A. 3L, touching at all way land -Hits
on WaMi. Ter. side, and return on same
Wl!l LeaTO WESTPOltT, for Astoria. Or.
on Tnedays. ThnrMlayr; and Saturdays atscr
en o'cicclc A. 31., touching at all way land
ing on Oregon side and return on same
For freight or Passage, apply on board, or
to Main street Wharf.
BUY YOUR TICKETS
via the popular
The large, well appointed and commodi
ous steamers of this line are running DI
New York and Scandinavia
Without calling at any Intermediate port,
consequentlv no Transfer of Passengers or
lao3iirjc. No extra expenses. Captains,
Surt,tou, OfHcers, Stewards and Crew aro
dl Mamilnavians. Pasen2ers' Baccace
checked to destination a safeguard adopt
ed by no other steamship line. Draft3 and
Money Orders on Denmark, Sweden and
oru ay Issued at lowest rates. For further
inf'uinatlon apply to
BOZORTII & JOHNS,
Cedar Street Assessment.
NOTICE is hereby Riven that tho as
sessment made by ordinance Xo. 767 of
the city of Astoria, Clatsop county, Or
egon, ami which ordinance passed the
common council of said city on the 14th
day of April. 1835, antl was aoproved
on the 15th day of April, 1885,
for the proposed improvement
of Cedar street, in the city of
Astoria as iai.l out and recorded by
,J. M. Slnvely, from the west side of
West Sixth street to the west side of
West Seventh street, in ihe manner
provided bj ordinance No. 743 and
which ordinance passed the common "
council of said city on the 21th day of
February, 1885, and was approved
on the 23th day of February
ISS5, on eacli of the following
described lots fronting on said portion
of said street, is now payable at the
office of the city treasurer in TJ. S. gold
or silver coin; and unless paid within
five days of the iinal publication of this
notice, viz: Friday, 3iay 29, 1885, the
common council will issue warrants
for tiie collection thereof.
The assessment is as follews:
A. W.Berrv, loc5.blk. 113, 50 feet of
sidewalk. Coit S25.
A. W. Berry. lotG.blk 113, 50 feet of
sidewalk. Cost 25.
Thos. Dealy, lot 1, blk. 120, 50 feet of
sidewalk. Cost 25.
Anna Dealy, lot 2, blk. 120, 50 feet of
jjidewnlk. Cost 25.
Masonic L. & B. Association, lot 3,
blk. 120, 50 feet of sidewalk. Cobt S25.
Misonic L. &B. Association, lot4 blk.
120. 50 feet of sidewalk. Cost S25.
.laincs Taylor, lot 5. blk. 120, 50 feet of
sidewalk. Cost 25.
James Taylor, lot G, blk. 120, 50 feet of
By order of the common council.
Attest: T.S. Jewett,
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria, May 12, 1S85.
We are prepared to print
One ib Salmon Labels
of superior quality, well vaniLshed,
At $1.40 per EL
A. L. BANCROFT & CO..
721 Market Street,
There is No Need of My Adver
tising The proof of the pudding is chewing the
Geo. W. Sanborn, Agt.
HINDS, KETCKUM & CO.,
A FINE BUSINESS OFFICE. CENTBAL
ly located. Apply at this Office,