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.-. .MARCH 14. 1855
PORT OP ASTOllIA.
vishskls is Tim river.
T. I!. Hratvn Amsp
Chipraan. lit hp
Kenton. Ur bk
MtV.Vihjncton, Ain xp
Cumbrian. Br bk
Monmouthshire, Br bl
llsi.ra. Ur bk
11 i 1". Cor, Ur sp
7ZSSKL3 OS m E VTA.
J'roia I'orfiu PortK. for ihe
AHattabad. Br bk 1143 Hone Kong
Arobor. Rr bk 7M Liverpool
Beemaii. 15r bk Valparaiso Jan 22
Uoechhelra. Or bk7CS Antlfojrasta Jan 11
Oarnaven Cattle, Dr sy 1303 Sldnoj
Uitr of Madrid Ursp Koonos 1 jrca Not IB
Hire. Iir bk Valparaiso Jan S3 .
Eiiilerer. Br sp Valparaiso
Edward Peror. Ur bk Sfc2 Oallao
HadJiactontbiro. BropldC Rio Jan SI
Uaidee, Br bk 7SH Liverpool Oct 4
Kitty, tlrldw Valparaiso Jan ;
Lobe. Kr. bk, SS9 Carried
LevB, BrbfcTTSValparSVw Sept 3
Vet'le. Ger bk SJ8 Lireriioel
Msdura, Br bk 970 (Uccfoo
Olmn Raj-. Br bk Va par&lso
Quillet. Br k tfib Valparaiso
River Lc"wn. Br bk 773 Valparaiso
RcKewtraat. Hr bk 10:5 Callao Jan 51
Sen Lui, Cr bk 5V1 Ca lao Jan 79
From American I'ortK.
TiWe i:. Marltack. Ara p 1631 New York Nov 13
TIXI T.IRLB FOlt ASTOltU.
Fwt, Sdetwd. 1 FliM. Second.
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J 4 4S b'4 7 13 S'l 0 H 07 11 57 .0.-7
2! 5 67 S S3s .V7 - - -'-1 11 OC
23 7 22 ITS' ! 41 C?t I 27! 71 3 01 OS
The hours between mldulnt and noon are
dastgnitled by a (a. ?.t.), tliose between noon
and lHidnisiit by j (v. m.). (ih. O0i denotes
nudnlKlit, o. wm. y denotes noon.
The Height Is reckoned from the level of
average lower low waters to which the sound
ings are given on tlip Coast Survey charts.
Columbia River Exports.
SASS3," bus. wlioat -..........
21.65S bbls. Hour ,
Total, (19 cargoes) ..
01C 73" bus. wheat....-
n.oj7 bbls. flour
ll90 ts. silinon. ....... ...... ...
WJS M lumber 59.873
Total (1C cargoes) $747,143
'Aslori-i Ketail Market.
Flour per bbl S'-'W
Wheat, per cental S1.35
Uacon. sides per lb, 141C cts.
Shoulders, " 12K cts.
Hams, " l."il8cts.
Lard. - 141CJ cts.
Beef, D 18 cts.
Glutton. 1015 cts.
J'ork, 12K10 cts.
Veal, 1420 cts.
Butler, per roll G75cts.
Egcs, per dozen 1902; els.
Potatoes, per lb 1 ct
Cheese, per lb ic20 cts
uornmeni, per R 4 eta.
Oatmeal. " GfiKcts.
Beans, " -1(36 cts.
Coffee, " 12K40ct.s.
Tea, " 25D0cts.
llice, " 79cts.
Syrup, per j-allon 7tc 1.
iioney, per jauont.1.2.1.
.Salmon, ier lcitS4iiO
Unions, per lb 3((i4cts.
Apples tlried per lb .y(gl2r cts.
Peaches " " 13 all cts.
Plums, " l2Kleis.
Candles, ier lb 20 cts.
Chickens, per do7cn S. '
Hay, per ton 13 S20.
Hides, per lb 5 (" 9 cts.
Oils, por gallon, boiled linseed. 75c;
raw linseed, 70e; coal oil. 40c; lard S 1.25
The rcw-ipts of certain articles of Or
egon roducc. at San Francisco, from
.lauuary 1. iss to March 4th, 188.1, In
ulusivc have been as follews:
Flour, qr sks 5C.C02
YMieitt, cUs S9.730
Oats, ks i2.fS9
Salmon. )W 2S0
M bbl G2
pks . 24
Apijs. Klte. biit 2.182
1JP - CO
Ilutter. ! CO
Potatoes. ks BI.003
Wool, bks ..... 318
Hides. No . ...... 4.917
TuMrtw. pkits 814
Qiiltiksilwr. llaks 10
Fruit, Dried, pkgs 101
1oalher. j)kj;s .. ........ 45
Hops, bab-s..... .. . 70
Glieeso. es .... c
llax Seed, sks ... C.97S
Canned Gud. e ... ......
Ij.nl, ikgs ..... ....
Hacon. as.. 25
Three Rooms to Rent
IN BUILDING OVER PRAEL'S STORE.
Good for offices or dwelling purposes.
or PRAEL BROS.
ROOMS AND HALL TO LET.
Pythian Land and Building Ass'cn.
LARGE, FINE ROOMS WITH WATER
and e,as at suit or single, in Pythian
Also Pythian Hall, the finest and best
lighted hall in the citv ; suitable for Lodges,
Sociables. Parties or Lectures. Terms mod
erate. Apply to
E. A. NOTES,
United States Senators f g; $$
Representative In Congress M.C. George
Governor. Z. F.Moody
Governor's Secretary Chas. D. Moores
Secretary of State R. P. Eath&rt
Assistant Secretary. F E. Hodgkln
State Treasurer . Ed. lllrsch
Assistant Treasurer A. F. Wheeler
Sup't Public Instruction E. B. McElroy
State Printer. .....JW. ir. Byars
Clerk Scliool Laud Board E, r. McCornac
Sup't Insane Asylum.. ...Dr. II. Carpenter
Sup't Penitentiary. Geo. Collins
(W. F. Lord
Supreme Judges -ij. B. Waldo
( W.W. Thayer
District JUDons :
First District L. It. "Webster
Second District . Robert Bean
Third District R. F. Boise
Fourth District Seneca Smith
.tilth District F. J. Taylor
Stan District M. L Olmsiead
Clatscp County Officers:
Judge C. A McGuIre
Clerk ... .. c. J. Trenchard
.XV. G. Ros
J D. K. Warren
J. F. Warren
G. F. F.irkcr
J. K. Hlgcins
I C. P.
Astoria City Officers-
Mavor .... .. .1. W. Hume
Auditor and Uierk T. S. Jcwett
Treasurer ........... ..J. G. Hurler
Assessor. .. Gpji. I. heeJer
Street HuM.-rlutcudeiti Tho. Logan
Chief of l'ollce .Claik lousthrey
Folice Judge C. H. Stockton
(('. ' ' ootor
I Isaac U'r:tiian
I Tlias. lca!v.
C. J. Tion.'liard
( Chas. Gnttk-.
Second Ward. ...
Oregon Railway & Navigation
During the month of March. IriK't. Oct-nu
Steamers will sail from I'oitiand to an
Francisco, and from San Frauriseo 10 Port
land, as follows. Waving Ainsworth Dock,
Portland, at Midnight, and Spear Street
Wharf, San Francisco, at 10 A. i. :
From San Francisco.! From Portland.
Oolumbla Thur S Qaeen of 1'acific hun 1
Queen of 1'acific Tu 10 Oregon Krr (
Oregon Sun IS Columbia Wed 11
Oolumkia l'rl 20J(Jucen of 1'aculc Moa tf.
State of Cal Wed SSjOreson Kat SI
Orecon Mon 3JI Columbia Ttiur "C
Aprlstateof Cal ....Tu SI
Columbia.. . . .Sat 41 Apr
ureon miu .
Through TIckctH sold to all pnuciiuil
cities in ihe United Statra, C.iuadu and
On and after March $th, isjO, I'asien.
ger Train"" will leave Ponland lor Fisteni
points, at 1 :30 I. 1I.. daily.
Pullman Palace Cars running betwena I'orl
land. and St. Paul,
niVLU IIIVISIUX ('Ilddle fuliiiiibln).
Boats leave Portland for D.Hh- Jit 7 :CO
Leave Pon-I i I I I
land for JMonl Tu. I We.lThu.1 Frt. I Sat
Axtoria and I I I I
lower Co-I "
lumbU....I6AM bAM BAM 16 AM i AM 6 AM
Dayton. Or. J7 Ail UM 7AMJ
SSai-i.::ll'AMi ! jo am; ;
Tacomaand Seattle, daily at 1:W PM
victoria bteamers do tiot run bundajs.
LeareB Astoria for Portland at Ka. in dail ex
JOHN MriK. Manager.
K. A. NO YES, Agent Astoria.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
Oregon & California R. R.
Fare to San Francisco 832 ; to Sacramento 30
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Uctvtecn PORTLAND and ASHLAND'
Portland. 7 -30 A. Ml Ashland 4:45 a. m.
Ashland . 8:45 r.Ml'ortIaud 4:25 v. m.
ALBANY EXPRES8 TRAIN.
Portland 4 M p. m. Lebanon 9 o r. m
Lebanon 4 :15 a. m. I Portland... 10 :05 A. M
Tnliman Palace Sleeping Car leaves Port-
laud Mondays and Thursdays. Returning
leaves Ashland Tuesdays and Fridajs.
The Oregon and California Railroad Ferry
makes connection with all Regular Trains
oh Kastside Division, from the loot of F St.
Iletiveen Portluud and C'orvttlllh
Portland 9 -00 A. M.Con'alli 4 -so v. m.
Coivallis 8 -30 a. M.Portland 3 ?M p.m.
Portland 5 :00 P M IMcMInuvllle, 8 AC p st
McMlnuville-5:45 A Ml Portland 8 -30 a m
Local tickets for sale, and baggage checked
at Company's up-town ofllce, comer Stark
and Second strr ets.
Tlcketa for sale to all the principal points
in (3alifonda, cau only be procured and
baggage checked, at the Company's ofllce.
Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or.
Freight will not be received for shipment
after & o'clock p. m. on cither the Eastslde
or Westslde Divisions.
U. KOKHLbR. E. P. ROGERS,
Manager. U.F4P. Ant
liwaco Steam Navigation Go.'s
Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort Canby,
Connecting by stages and boats lor
Oyslerville. Montesano and Olympia
, J5f. Until further notice the Hwaco
ZZ Steam Navigation Co.'.s steamer
Will leave Astoria on
Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays
at 7 A. U.
(.Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays being
Oystervllle and Montesano mail days.)
Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and Hwaco
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 a.mm
as formerly, not being confined strictly to
A SECOND TRIP will be made, leaving As
toria three hours after arriving fnm liwaco.
Fare to Fort Canby and liwaco, Si 00
STTickets can be bought at the oltlee for
E-riwaco freight, by the ton, in lots of
one ton or over, $2 per ton,
tSTFor Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the ofllce of Uie company, Gray's
wharf, foot of Benton streeL
J. II. D. GRAY,
J P. liEATIIKRS HAS RETURNED
and Is ready to turn out some fine ash
ing boats for the river. Shop on the beach
between Kinney's aud Elmore's canneries.
x msr. wnax lis name miuuca , a
Purely getaWe" Compound, ih .
acts cureciiy -apon mei er , v-uiuj
theinanvdiseasesiscideMo tiat im.
portant organ, and rjfejtiting the nu
merous ailmints tKSyarisa irom its
deranged or rbrpJaUction, sncli as
Dyspepsi Jndicey Bflionsnes
RheuAiaMTetc. It .is therefore s
3Tiisngr To lare Good Healri
;hs, Liver must be kept in order."
US. SANTOED'B IIVEB IirTIQOEATOR.
ruvi?orate3 the Liver, I?eulates the Bow
sh. Strengthens tho System, Purifies the
Blood . Assists Digestion, Prevents Fc vc rs.
Is a Household Kecd. An Invaluable
Ftmilr'M'pflieinG for common complaints.
ni gajreoim'S llvXE IirVIQOBATOll.
An experience of Forty yean, and Thou
lands cf Testimonials prove its Jfcnt.
FOR SALE RT ALL DEALERS IXMEDICrXTji
For f rll mformition tend your address for .Jf
?. nnok on the - Liver and IU di-aea. 7U
SiSrOHO 24 DCAKE 6T., SKW 10EK COT
Temple lod.ge. Wo. 7A.KA.M.
KEGULAlt C'OMMUNICATIO.NS S
flrM and thlnl Tin-sdays In each XX
month, at TJi o'clock. V. M.. at theVN
Hall In Astoria. Members or the older in
irood Manditii are united to altfiul.
Ry order of the
Bea ,er Iod-re No. 35. 1. 0. 0. V.
KGL'LAP. MKETING E - :
.. Ttiti.' (n kAi'Atkfit.P . T vj JS
Thursday evenliit at JKfesiRxi.
srven o'cloeK. at mi 'n""!v'JKX?-
room In Odd Fallows Hall. Am- "
ria. Sojoiirnin;: members of thr order hi
uood tanilinir. e.inliall inviled loaltei'il.
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O.F.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF OCEAN EN
campment Ni. IS. 1. O.O. !., at the
Lodge, in the Odd Fellows Building, at
seven p. i., 011 tin fiu anu mumi,
Mondays of each mouth. Sojountins breth
ren cordially lnv lied.
Bv order C' P.
Seaside Loage No. 12, A.O. TJ. W.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W. Will be held
in their Hall over Carnahan & C'o.'s on
Thursday evening of each week, at 7 o'clock.
Members of the onler in good standing, and
visiting Brothers are invited to attend. Li
brary will be open fifteen minutes before
and after each meeting. By order M. W.
C. BROWN, Rec.
Astoria L,odffe No. 40J-L0. Q .1 .
REGULAR MEETING EVERY MON
day evening at 7 -So o'clock, in the Hall
over Cania ban's sdore. Members of tho Or
der, In good standing, are 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
thlnl Tuesdav of each tnontlr, at 7 o'clock p.
31. Bv order of tho Council Commander.
It. V. MONTE1TH, Scc'ty.
Occident Council NoTfTo. C. F.
MEETS EVERY FIRST AND THIRD
Saturday evenings of eacli month, at 8
o'clock P. M. Members of tho onler arc
respectfully requested to attend.
a BROWN, Recorder.
Cushlng Post No. 14. G. A. R.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS POST
on the second and fourth Tuesdays of
each month at 7i?0 p. m. Visiting com
rades cordially invited. By older
CuBhingr Relief Corps No. 3. O. A. R.
and fourth Tuesdays of each month, at
2 P. 51.
By older Mbi. C. ROSS.
Pacific Lodge No. 17. K. of P.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS
Lodge every Frldav evening, at 7 -30
o'clock, in their Castle Ilall, Sojourning
Knights cordially 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 mouth, in their Ar
mory nan, in rytnian uasne.at 8 p. m. Reg
ular drills on the second, third and fourth
Thursday of each month, at such place as
shall be designated by the Commander.
Sojourning Sir Knight cordially Invited
to meetings and drills.
Astoria Ladles Cotfee Club."
REGULAR MEETINGS AT TnK CLUB'S
. rooms adloinlnir LUiertv Hall on the
first and third Fridays of each month at
MRS. IL S. WORSLEY, Pres.
REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND
fourth Tuesday evenings of each month
at 7J4 o'clock.
3"Tersonsuesningto have matters acted
upon by tho Council, a( any regular meet
ing must present the same to the Auditor
and Clerk, on or before the Friday t-vcuiiu!
prior to the Tuesday on which the Council
holds Its regular meeting.
THOS. S. JEWETT,
Auditor and Clerk.
The rntiou Shot Tho iun.it i.
8EXIXAL nEAKXE.SS. Jt'S.S Of Ml
IlOOl,ahilthr remit erf altisf.dirfav' Artscetiti,
it ouintj to a cimplicati.tn called i'itOS TA Toli
mica. tr.. ut.uiO'.H jsriaonATon u
the OXL Yr art far I'llOS TA TOlillUEA. I' ruf.
UK) per jtacla-je. C paetwjrs. git) l3. tlaidr to
Health ami Self-Aualytt ttutfree. AJ.treu I.I 11
Hh: UtSl'KSSXll )'4.r lhrau" -".
it) Vmrjt .SI . .s.m, rf i-rt. I'a'.
Union India Rubber Co.'s
Pure Pam Cum
BKW'ARK OK IMITATIONS
Be sure the boots are stamped CRACK
PROOF on the heels, and have the PURE
QUM SPRINGS on the foot and instep,
which prevent their cracking or breaking.
We are now making them with RUDDER
AXD ASBESTOS Soles which will make
them last more than twice as long as any
Rubber boots made.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
ALL KINDS RUBBER BELTING. PACK
ING, HOK, SPRINGS, CLOTHING.
BOOTS AND SHOES, Etc.
CO,tPTA RUBBER CO.
lLH.PKASE.Jr. I Agents,
S.M.RUNYON, f San Francisco.
MAMHOODv?' gp RESTORED
I Wlion I wa3 a boy, says 3Ir. Geo.
' C. Stone, manager of tho Vermillion
iron mines, to a representative ot
The Miller, and that was forty years
ago I became a clerk in a hardware
store. There wasn't a knife, a pin, a
lock, a door knob, a.binge, for sale of j
American make. Everything came.
from England. The pins were mado I
of two pieces, ono littlo bit of wire !
being wound aronnd the head of the
pin. It often slipped off and became :
an unmitigated nuisance. The solid-
headed pin of to-day is an Americau j
institution, and it took a Yankee to '
make the machino that not only,
makes it, but aticka it into the paper j
it is sold on. The fcevs in those davs ;
weighing a pound
conldnt carry there
or more. !ou
them in vour pocket.
All locks were of bolts and springs. J
'llie tumbler lock was unknown.
These little keys "we have no-radars - !
and they are an Americau device !
show hoxr much progress has been
made in tho use oi iron. All screws
used to be imported, and the giralet
pointed screw of to-day, whicb bores
its own hole, was an American inno
vation. The" only c-xcuso that Europeans
give fdr invading the countries of
Asia and Africa is that they establish
a higher civilization wherever they
go. There are probably people in
Soudan and China who do not care
for any more experience with this
higher civilization. The French fleet
is represented as killing tho crews of
trading jnnks and inhumanly treating
prisoners. The China Muil says that
captives taken from these trading
junks are taken to Keelung, where
they are kept -without food or drink
nntil they arc unflt for work, -when
they are killed. Probably this is an
exaggeration, but there is little doubt
that Christian warfare is .about as
barbarous as the warfare of barba
rians. In SouJan the English burn
the villagtis of the natives, and then
wonder that the natives oppose their
A ('rent Discovery
Thai is daily bringing j lo ihe
home? ot thousands by sa ing many of
their dear ones from an early grave.
Truly is Ur. King's New Discover for
Consumption. Coughs. Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, I lav Fever. Loss of Voice.
iokling in the Throat. Pain in Side
and Chest, or any disease of the Throat
and Lungs, a positive ctin. Trial Bot
tles free at Y. E. Dement & Coe.'s Drug
Stori. Large size $1.00.
YOl'XG 3IE.!-i:EA! THIN.
The Voltaic Belt Co.. of Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their cehdirated Ei.r.'-
tko-Voltaic Belt and other Elkctric
Appliances on trial for thirty dav.s, to
men (young or old) aftltcted with nervous
debility, lox of vitality and manhood, and
all kindred troubles. Also tor rheumatism,
neuralgia, paralysis, and many other dis
eases. Complete restoration to health, vigor
and manhood guarantted. No risk Is in
curred as thirty days trial N allowed. Write
them at once for illustrated pamphlet liee
T. G. RAWLINGS.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Tropical. Domestic, Green and Dried
NUTS. CANDIES, DRIED MEATS, ETC.
Fine Cigars nml Tobacco.
Next door to I. J. Arvold's. SqucrnotutaSt.
BUILDERS AND CARPENTERS
SASH, DOORS AND MOULDING.
First-Class Work at Prices to
PLANS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED.
C. H. Bain & Co.'s
Steam rianlng Mill and Sash Factory.
Boat Utiildln'r a Specially.
Best Quality: Lowest Prices,
Tho Astm-inn Job Oilice.
Receipt Roo'ivS, Bill Heads, Posters. Cards,
Tags, Legal Blanks. Circulars, Note
and Letter Heads, Etc.
Neat, Qnick and Cheap, at
The Astorlan Job Office.
GERMANIA BEER HALL
BOTTLED BEER DEPOT,
Cheiiaicus Street, Astoria.
The Best of Laaer 5 Cts. a Glass.
Orders for the Celebrated
Northern Pacific Brewery Beer
I .eft at this place will be promptly
ht tended to
itJ-No cheap San Francisco Beer sold at
W.M. BOCK. Proprietor.
G. A. STINS0N & CO.,
At Capt. Rogers old stand, corner of Cass
and Court Streets.
Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoeing.
Wagons made and repaired. Good work
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned has been appointed assign
ee of the estate of D. Hart, an insolvent
debtor. All creditors of said estate are no
tified to present their claims against said es
tate, under oath, to me, w lthln threo months
at the offlce of F. D. winton. In the city of
Astotia, Clatsop county, Oregon.
I 2-futuwfjcJs,. I A
W RQYALSE:T? 1 I
This iJi'r 11 .r v.r! Am-irvl of
puritv, -.: '.::i :.l".Ui i.s-. Vi.ie
.ron.i.-.' .1 i!r'i l.r rii.in Klin'-.. ! i
-anno. .- !,. .tif t'l.i'i: wit the i..r,
tttu.lt- "t h. lvi .b.irt wd!b'. uhiin or
phosphnt- jnnvdfrs. .VM o'tfa int,n-'. Kw. -alBkin;
PowiiKit Co., icr jh -t. N .
WYATT & THOMPSON.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS,
Crockery ;uiil Glassware.
WHERRY & COMPANY,
Fresh and Cured Meats,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITE HCf'IDENT HOTEL.
(IXi:'A31I' Street. A.ntoiia, Os
31ain firri. Astoria, Orrun.
Ur.Ki.MIAX & t'O. Ii:0 TRIKTOKM
"LESPECTFl'LLV CALL THE ATTEN
J-t tiou of the public to the fact that the
above Market will alvva j be supplied v ith a
Fl'LL VARIETY AND P.EST Ql'ALlTV
FRESH AND CURED MEATS ! !
Which will bo sold at lowest nttes, whole
sale and retail.
3rSK-'lal attention given to supplying
LOEB & CO.
AGENTS FOR THE
Best San Francisco Houses and
Tumblers Decanters, and All
Kinds of Saloon Supplies.
S3J"-All good3 sold at San Francisco Prices.
Opposite Parker Donse, Astoria, Oregon.
Proposals fur Fresh Boermid Alulton.
Hendcpuiter Dept. of the Columbia,")
Ofllce oi the Chief Commissary. 5-
VaneouverBks.. W.T.. Fcb'y21.i333. J
SEALED PROPOSALS IN TRIPLICATE,
subtecttothe usual conditions, will be
received at this ofllce and at the offices of
the Acting Commissaries of Subsistence at
the following named jiosts, (tor tha fresh
btef and mutton needed at those nosts only.)
until 12 o'clock noon on Wednesday, March
25 "$33. at which time and places they will
be oiiened in the presence of bidders, for
furnishing and delivery of fresh beef and
mutton during the year commenclnc July,
Boise Bks.. I. T Foi t Canby. V7. T., Fort
Cutur d'Alene. I. T . Fort Klamath. 0n..
VFort Spokane. W. T.. Fort Townsend, W. r..
Vancouver uks. v. i., anu ion vtaua
Proposals w ill also be received at the same
time and date for supplying Fort Colvlllo,
W. T.. and Fort Lap wal. I.T., at this ofllce
and arihe offices of the A. C. S Fort Spo
kane. W.T., and Fort Walla Walla, W, T.,
The Government reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
Bidders will understand that contracts
made under litis advertisement, and pro
posals made In response thereto, shall not
be eonstrued to Involve the United States In
any obligation for payment In excess of the
appropriation granted by Congress for the
Blank proposals and printed circulars,
stating the kind of beef and mutton re
quired, and giving full instructions as to the
manner of biddimr. conditions to be ob
served by bidders, and terms ot contract
ami payment, win ne lunusneu on applica
tion to this ofllce, or to the A. C. S, at the
Envelopes containing proposals should be
marked "Proposals for Fresh Beef, (or Mut
ton.) at Fort ," and addressed to
the undersigned or to the "Acting- Comnus
sary of Subsistence" at tho several posts.
C. A. WOODRUFF,
Captain & C. 8.. U. S, A..
Chief C. S. D. C.
Notice to Delinquent Taxpayers.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
will levy on the property of the delin
quent, list oi ixH, it tne taxes are not pain
C. W. LOUGHERY.
Chief of Police.
Astoria, Feb. 9, 1S35,
jR.3B.2s: xsse: i3E:sr.
yrv-n:' ESitf ses g
THKV RECKn'ED THE
For FLAX THREADS at the
London Fisheries Exhibition 1883.
And have bt-en awarded H1CHER PRIZES at the various
Than the goods of any other
IN HIE WORLD.
Quality ean Always b Depended m
One of the Mills of the Barbour Flax Spinning Co., Paterson, New Jersey.
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
5 1 7 and 5 1 9 Market Street, - - San Francisco,
Agents for Pacific Coast.
Seine Twines, Rope and Netting Constantly on Hand.
Proposals Tor Military Snppliei.
HKAUQL'ARTKnS DEPARTMENT OF 1
Office of chief QiAirrERii vstf.u. !
Van'cou vfr Bakkacks, W. T
February 23. 1?8."- i
SEALED PROPOSALS. IN TRIPLICATE,
subject to the usual conditions, w III be
received at this office or at the ofllce of the
U. S. Quartermasters at the following
named posts, until 12 o'clock, noon, on Mon
day. March 30, 1883, at which places and
time they willbe opened. In presence of bid
ders, for the furnishing and delivery of
military supplies duriug the fiscal vear com
mencing .Inly 1,16SR. and ending June W).
ISsG, as follows : Wood, Charcoal. Oats,
Barlev, Bran, Hay, and Straw, or Hay In
lieu of Straw, or such of said supplies as
may be required at : Portland, Oregon,
Boise Barracks. I.T.; Fort Townsend, W.
T. ; Fort Cceur d'Alene, I.T. ; Fort Spokane,
W. T. ; Fort Canby. W. T. ; Fort WaPa
Walla. W. T. : ancouver Depot. W. T.;
Forth Klamath. Oreaon : Fort Colvllie. .
T. The Government reserves the right to
reject any op all proposals. Preference will
be given to articles of domestic production,
and to articles of domestic production pro
duced on the Pacific Coast, conditions of
price and quality being equal, to the extent
of the coasumption required by the public
service there. Blank proposals and ptlnted
circulars, giving full particulars as to the.
manner of ulddlng. etc., will be furnished on
application to this office or the Quarter
masters at ine- various posts nameu. En
velopes containing proposals shoull be.
marked :" Proposals for at ." and
addressed to the undersigned, or the re
spective Post Quartermasters.
A. S. KIMBALL.
Major and Quartermaster, II. S. A.,
OTICE IS nF.RERY GIVEN THAT THE
j. unuersignea was on me am nay oi Jan
uary, ISM. duly appointed by tho County
Court ot the State of Oregon for the County
of Clatsop, administrator of the estate of
Haas Plenning. deceased All persons hav
ing claims against said estate aie hereby
notified to present the same properly veri
fied to me at my ofllce at the union cannery,
in Astoria, Oregon, within six months from
PETER Fy JOHNSON,
Dated, Astoria, Or., January 29, 1SS5. 5-lt
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
pursuant to a unanimous vote of the
stockholders of the Fishermen's Packing
Co., the directors of said company, did on
the 17th day of Jan. l83.i, execute and Tile
supplementary articles of incorporation,
whereby suclt company is authorized to
purchase and hold, sell and convey real es
tate. By order Board of Directors,
H. E. NELSON,
Lsztm titRa is,
Proposals for Transportation.
Headquarters Department of
Office of Chief Quartermaster,
Vancouver Barracks. W. T..
February SS, S8Tt. J
SEALED PROPOSALS. IN TRIPLICATE,
subject to the usual conditions, will be
received at thLs office until 12 o'clock, noon,
on Mouday, March CO, 1885, at which time
and place they will be opened In the pres
ence of bidders, for the transportation t
military supplies on the following described
routes during year commencing July i, 1885,
and ending June 30, 18SC :
Route No. 1. Spokane Falls. "W. T to
Fort Spokane. W.T.
Route No. 2. Ashland, Oregon, to Fort
Route No. 3.Kuna, I. T. to Bolae Bar
Route No. 4.-For transportation of U. S.
Military supplies between Astoria and Fort
Stevens, Oregon, and Fort Canby, W.T.
The Government reserves the right to re
ject any or all proposals. Blank proposals,
romi of contract, and printed circulars, giv
ing full Information as to themancerot bid
ding, terms of contract and payment, will
be fumLshed on application to this office.
Envelopes containing proposals should be
marked : "Proposals for Transportation on
Route No. ," and addressed to tha nn
derslgned. A. S.KIMBALL,
Major and Quartermaster u. S. A.
Final Settlement Notice of Admin
istrator. IN THECOUNTV COURT OFTHE STATE
of Oregon for the county of Clatsop, la the
matter ot the estate ot Hazen A. Parker, de
ceased : To ail persons Interested in said
estate : You are hereby notified that W. "W.
Parker, administrator ot said estate, has
tiled in said court his final account as such
administrator, and that said court has ap
pointed the cth day of April, 1385, at the
court house in said county, at the hour of
one o'clock r. M., as the time and place for
hearing objections to said llnal account and
the settlement thereof, at which time and
place all persons interested are notified to
Administrator of the Estate of
Hazen A. Parker, deceased.
Astoria, Or. February 13, 1885. td
Notice of Dissolution.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE Ex
isting between the uudershrned, under
the firm name of Wheeler & KIpp is this
day dissolved by mutual consent.
E. A. Wheeler will pay all liabilities of the
firm and is alone authorized to collect the
bills due the same.
ACitnB-Q . H. F. PRAKL,
Witness :- R F PBAEL;