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She gattjj Ssforiau. ASTORIA, OREGON THURSDAY ... FEBRUARY 2G.1S33 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. Sovereign, Br sp Copenhagen l"cb 9 Kincardinshire. Br bk Queonstown Feb 20 VESSELS J.V THE RIVER. Janet McNeil. Stxcbound, Itrbk John Nioholson. Kr bk J. O. lirown Am ap British Monarch Ohlpman. Itr ftp Kenton. Ur bk MtWasbinstcn, Am sr Coloma. Cumbrian, fir bk Monmouthshire, Br bk lianrn. Ur bk lo!eta. Gcrbk Montgomery Castle, Br VKSSALb OA THE WA. r'rnH ri'fJgir forth., fur tUv ltu:i1!:i Silver Allahabad Br bk 1113 Hnnc Kens Archer Br bk "f5 Liverjw) 1 Becohho'in, Br bk 7CS Antiforasta Jan 11 C&rnavon Castle, Br sji 1308 Sidney Oity of Madrid Itr f;i uens jtos Not IB Kastorhill lr l'l SMI I'.ib.me May l Explotcr Br p Valparaiso lladdi jct'.nihire. Ilr si. I J Rio Jau tl IIidee, Br K "V- I.ivcri ool f ct i Lcrcn, Br bk 775 Valparaiso Sept S Mo'tke. Cor bk S H Livei pool JUdura, Br bk 970 hocfoo Oban Bay, Ur bk Ya paraiso RiTor Lpvph Ur bk 775 Valparaiso From American Vnrtt. Tilllc E. mrb ck. Am -p 1501 New York Not 15 TtliR TAUL.K !-'() A&TOUIA. FEBnUATtV. HIGH WATEB. LOW -WATEn. Fr-t heroiid. I First. Second. o s 2 ii e t o Ti 5 a. H m P S 5 Ih m. X h. in. .3 h vi. I .S li. m. .S II 2 18a8 2! 1 -12;!S-7! 7 Ka J -171 8 22pl-10 24 7 2C J8--JJ10 10 5.8 1 23 .)! 3 20 0.0 25 8 43 6-3 II U5 C.4 2 51 3CI4 25 0C VC 0 53 .", 11 5:'; 7.1 4 07 3.3 3 18 -10 27 11 00 87 - - -.-5 11 2.7 C 02 -1.1 2H 0 31fl 7'7 II rca a 2.01 C l.'lfl -1.0 'Hie Hours between inid.1i.:it nml imoiiare designated by a (a. m.). those belween noon and midnight by p (r. m.). ok. 00 a denotes midnight, oft. 00. v denotes noon. The height is reckoned from the level of average lower low writers to which t ho sound ings are ghen on the Coast Survev charts. Columbia River ExporU SHIPMENTS rOHEIGK. JANUARY. ?c5. 2 To Quccntloicn jur Clan Fagum. "Wlteat. 45,077 bus S32.RS7 nTo Qiwcntifrtim per Attn MMlccut. Wheat, 45.70J bus $32,7. C To Corl; per -4 wife 2T. Iaiic. Wheat. CI.7S0 bus ....$4C,100 0To Qiiccnalatvn per Gicynnld. Wheat, Kf.710 bu. S12.M1 10 To BrUtol per IJanUdalc. Wheat. 72.153 bus $53,030 10 To Quccnhtown per Ophelia. Wheat, 50,233 bus S?.:.COo 10 To Cardiff )cr Martha Fisher. Wheat, 43.9 .0 bas bus Si,cO0 14 To Qucciiftwcn per JTalta. Wheat, 20.CTS bu 21,040 15-To To U. K. per Craig Mullen. "Wheat. 4 1,577 bus 22 035 15 To Cm-h jtcr Lizzie lldl. Wheat, 59,202 bus ?16,SS1 1C To Cork per Ullock. Wheat, 42.010 bus $30,910 20 To Quccmtown per Clladfl. Wheat, 71,151 bus $.70.1 4S 20 To Copenhagen per irotfrrii Belle. Wheat. 50,500 ?il,2S8 20 To Quceittloicn per lrantn. Wheat. 03.292 bus $51.2315 23 To Quccnsiawn per Barracuta. Wheat, 33,003 bus $20,321 23 To QuccHslmrn per Valparaiso. Wheat, 40,117 bus ..$!,2SI 2C To Qitecntown per ZTcXcar. Wheat, C3.917 bns $47,903 29 To QuccHstoica per Chilena. Flour, 12.001 bids $30,013 30 To Cork per Saraea. Flour, 12,83! bbls ?:1,230 rEimuAKY. 4 To Qucc;isoim jicr Yarra Yarra. Wheat, GC.772 bus...... ...$40,079 6 To London per Perthshire. Flour. 2.272 bbls $18,172 Wheat, 12.833 bus J,G7 Salmon, 11,800 c.. 50,930 Total $87,780 7 To Cork per Flora. Wheat, 5U18 w $35,917 7 To Quccfoirn per Lucaijas. Flour, 8.015 bbls S2C.O00 9 To Copenhagen per Sovereign. Wheat. G5.91S bus S4C.403 10 To QuccnUoicn, jter Geo. S. Homer. Wheat, C1J73 bus $45,430 10 To Qivcenstoion, per Renfrewshire Wheat, 53.234 bus $3S,S2S 10 To Qnecnetown, per C. S. JIullicrL "Wheat. 51.S10 bus SU.11S 10 To Liverpool, per Yoicmlte. Flour, 13,242 bbls . $52,9S0 12 To Queen&lown per Marlaban. Wheat, 3S.CS7 bus ?.0,015 12 To Cork per DoYaihy. "Wheat, 40,474 bus $34,630 12 To Qtcci?oirn jicr irm. D. Seed. Wheat, 40.192 bus $2S,393 IS To Quecmtown. per Kincardlnuhire. Wheat. 72,430 bu $54,322 23 To Quccnsloion per Klnchmc, Wheat, 40,810 bus $30,C03 Notice lo Delinquent Taxpayers. NOTICE IS HEKEBY GIVEN THAT I -Ll will levy on i he property of the delin quent list of li4, II the taxes are not paid immediately. C.W.LOCGIIEBAV Chief of Police. Astoria, Feb. 9, 1633. For Sale. TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES on Gray's ltiver : fine timber and bottom land : tiiree miles from steamboat landing. Fifty acres improved; r tables, outhouses, etc. fruit. A splendid chance for a man with a little money. Apply to FERDINAND HANSEL on the premise-!. Notice. MR. D. TI. CASWELL IS NOW EN-gag-d In talcing tlie census of School District So. 1. Parents and others interest ed will confer a favor by assisting Htm to make it as complete as possible. All per sons over four and under twenty years of age are entitled to, and should be Included lu the census. J. O. BOZORTH, District Clerk. ASTORIAN IIRECTORy. State Officers: United States Senators J. II. Slater i .1. N. Dolph itepresentativc In Congress 51. C. George Governor... .... . . Z. F. Moody governors secretary. Secretary of State Assistant Secretary ... State Treasurer Assistant Treasurer Sup't "Public Instruction... State Printer.. .., Clerk School Land Board... .Chas. P.. Moores R. V. Karhart F. E. Hodskin Cd.Hirsch A. F. Wheeler E. 11. McEIroy W. II. Byars ...E, P. McCornac ,Dr. II. Carpenter bup't Insane Asylum. Sup't Penitentiary..... ...Geo. Colhne ( W. P. Lord Supreme Judges A. B. Waldo W.W.Thayer DISTRICT JCDGKS : First District Second District Third District Fourth District... Fifth District Sixth District L. E. Webster .. Robert Bean U. P. Boise . ..Seneca Smith F.J.Tavlor L L Olmstead Clatscp County Officers: Judge C A McGuire Clerk C. J. Trenchant Sheriff. W. O. i:as Commissioners....... J 1). Iv. "Warren j.Ino. Hobm .1. F. V.'arn-n -Isaac Bergman G. P. P.itker J. E. Higelns l.-C. K5 Assessor.., TrejLsurer. Survevor.. . School Sup't. Coroner. Astoria City Officers: Mavor ...... ........... ...I. W. Hit's t Auditor and Clerk .T. S. .lev. i tt Treasurer ..................I."G. 1 lus'ler assessor....................... . Gt. I. Whoe'er Street Supcrintendeiu Titos. U jniu Chief of Police Ciark 1 mpt'iey Police Judge.... C. II. M i-kton Sexton M.C:.l y COUNriLMKN' : IC. it. ("oo? or .. A. A. nevelmiil ( Iaac Bergman ( Tints. Dealv. J.C. J.Ticn'liard I Chas. Gratke, First Ward Second Ward. Oregon Railvay & Navjgdtioi- VOllVXXY. OUKA.V I2 VZSI: gDuringtlie month of IVbrun-y irm. Ocean Steamers will s.iil from Poitlaud to San Fnincisco, and fiom San Fransco io Port land, as follows, leaving Aiu-uorth Dm-k, Ponland, at Midnight, and Spear Street Wharf, San Francisco, at 10 A. i. : From Portland. I From San FranciTo. rob rib Orecon Wed -OoIumti... . Ta 3 Columbia .Von 9;Queen of Pacific Sun 8 Queen ot Pacific Sat M'Urcgon Fn 13 Orecon Tlmr 19li'olumbu Wed is Columbia Tu VIIQueen ot Pacific Mon '.3 MchlOrpxon Sat 2 Qnecn of Pacilic bun 1 Mcb 'Columbia .Thnr ft Tltronzh TlrltetN Mild to all principal t'iticK in the United Stales, Oiir.ila and Europe. RAIL DIVISION. On and after November 23rd lssi. Passen ger Trains will leavn Poilhuid tor Eaiteni points, at 5:.'J0 i. 3J.. daily. Pulluiaa Pflnca Can rcur.inf Itctvra Pon Isnd. and St. Paul, niVr.lt rIVS!O.V (HIcKUe olur.ibt.nl. Boats leave Portland for D.ill Ht 7 :io a a:. Aiyo : lA'ave Port-I land for Mon! 7m. iV.'ill'kH. IS U iUria and I lottor Co-I lBa.bia....lfiAMk'-'Vll Uajton. Or.J7 A51J 7AM' I: Ail , AV. AM.' aleIn 1 rtA.,j I Ifi AM Ta coma and buattle. daily at ? I'M Victoria bteamora do not ran unaaj-s. Loaves Astoria for Portland at 6 a iu. dai! tit cent Sunday. O. II. PKKSCOTT. JOHN Mi; IK. Alanagei. Traffic Manager. II. A. 2COYKS, Agent A stun i. OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA VIA Oregon & California R. R Aiut Connections, Fare to San Fraurisco $32 ; t"o Sacramento $30 DAILY, EXCFIT SUNDAY. KASTSIDK DIVISION. Ketuecn POUTL1M) and Atl.jA.Vai MAILTliAlN. LEAVE. AltBlVE, Portland 7 :50 A. Ml Ashland 4:43 A. 31. Ashland 8:45 r.ai Portland 4:2" i M. ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN. LEAVE. r AIUtlVE. Portland 4 aTO v. ii.'Iebanon 9 30 1. M Lebauou 4 :45 A. M.lPortland 10 :05 A. Ji Pullman Palace Sleeping Car leaves Poit lantl Mondays and Thursdays, lteturnaig leaves Ashland Tuesdays aim Fridays. The Oregon and California Kailroad Ferry makes connection with all Uegu'.ar Tmins on Kastside Division, from the loot of F St. WKSTSIDK DIVISION. Iletweeu I'orllund und Curvitltii JIAIL TRAIN LEAVE. ABBIVE. Portland .9 :00 A. 3L:CorvalIi 4 -J30 v. n. CoiYaliis 8 :30 A. 31. Portland 3 :20 1. m. KXPKES3 TKAIN LEAVE. ABBIVE. Portland 5 :00 r JtlMcMiniiville. 8 rtX) v i 21 cMlnnville5:15 a ail Portland 8 :3ua m Local tickets lor sale, and baggage checked at Company's up-town oftlce, corner Stark and Second str ets. Tickets for sale to all the principal points in California, can only be i roeurcd and baggage checked, at the Company's ofllce. Comer F and Front Sts., Portland, Or. Freiuht will not be received for shipment after 5 o'clock v. at. on either the Eastside or Westslde Divisions. It. KOKHL.KR. aiuaser. KP.nocF.ns, U. I" if-Airt ii'tfacG Steam Navigation 0 ft 'c WIN fEIt SCHEDULE. Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort Canby, and lltuaco. Connecting by stages and boats for Oysterville, Montesano and Olympia ?frik Until further notice the Ilwaco i Tiri Tim Steam Navigation Co.'s steamer Will leave Astoria on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 A. M. (Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays being Oysterville and Montesano mall days.) ron Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and Ilwaco ON Tvesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 A. at., as formerly, not being coufiued strictly to scueuuie time. On Thursday A SECOND TRIP will be made, leaving As toria three hours after arriving mm IIaco Fare to Fort Canby and llwaeu.. 51 00 BTTickets can he bought at the nlnro for 5 cts. J5y-Ilwco freight, by the ton. in lots of one ton or over, $2 per ton, ErFor Tickets, Towage r Charter ap ply at the office of the company, Gray's wharf, foot of Benton streeL J. II. D.GRAY, Agent. . Notice. A NY ORDERS LEFT WITH C. II. STICK L els. in mv absence, will bo promptly at tended to. Bills due me are also left in his hands for collection, until further notice. A. M. JOHNSON. Astoria, Jan. 2Sth,is85. f K k till -a wF H n I w INVIGOMTOH VIGO is jnsc what its name implies ; 2 Purely Vegetable "Compound, thai acts directly -upon thelyer j curing the many diseases irvcidq 0 that mi. ting the nil' pUlltUJIp Jlfomj I.UI j merous ailm arise from it deranged iction, such as Dyspepsi idice, Biliousness, Losweness, laria, Side-headache. Rhe etc. It is meretores 3ni5mthlt "To iiave uoottlieaitc :he Liver must be kept in order." DS. SANTOBD'S IIVZE IK7IG0BAT0S. rnviccrates the Liver, rtc-tilatcs the Bow sis, Strengthens the System, Purifies Uic B'.ooil . Assists J) -rcstion. Prevents 1 eve r?. rs a Household Need. An Invaluable Family Medicine for common complaints. CH. EAITFOHD'S II7ZH HTvxGOS&TCIL Axczvcricnca rf Frty years, and Tuci tanda'cf Testimonials prote Us Mtnl. Fon S .n BV AIJ. UEAT.KB3 IK SinDXCIXIS For f-.H infonnnson wad yocr address for 1 r.cB'Vjli on tho "I.irrr and U dirac,"t5 v!ssronD eca:.b er., i.-nv yosk ens: SOC2KTV 3XZSCTSR. Temple liOdce, Ko. 7AF.A.M. REG ULAK COM M FNIC ATIONS 2 iiit and third Tuesdays i" eacIiVX month. at 74 o'clock, r. M.. at the' vN Hall In Astoria. Member of the older in good standing are invited to attend.. By older of the W.JI. Bearer Lodee No 35. 1. 0. 0. F. -liKf'.ri.Alt MKKTIXff KV- .- MKETIN'O KV JLX cry Thursday ei cuing tg?6&. SS? seven o'clock, at me Jongc rnmn In Oiltl Ki'ilmvs lisll. Asln- ria. Sojourning me:ibeis of tlie order In good standing, cordially invited to nitei-d. By order ' ". Ocean Encampment. Ko. 13, 1. O. O.F. KEOULAHMKElINOSOr OCEAN EN campment No. 13. I. o. O. V at the Idge, in the Odd Fellows ltiillding, at seen v. ai., on the eoml and fourth Aloilas of each !:zi .is!. S j.uining bieth- ren cordiallj invited. By order C P. Seaside"Lodge No. IS. A. O. U. W. REGULAR .AirETINfiS OF SEASIDE l)dgc No. 12, A. l. U. V,. will be held in their Hall oer Caiuahaii & Co.'s on Thursday e enlng of each wet-k, Rt 7 o'eloek. Members of the order in good standing, and vlMtlng ItrotliersareiiiMU'd to attenu. Li brary will be open fifteen minutes before and after each meeting. By ordt r XL W. CBBOWN.Kec. AdtorlaUoogeoTo. i7o. G.I. . OEGULAi: MEirriNG hVK!:Y MOX IX day evl-nlng a: 7 :.7 oYIoek, In the Hall overCaniahan'.shtore. Members of the Or der, in good standing, are ln ited to attend. By order W. C. T. American Legion of Honor. KEGUIVK MEETING OF ASTOKIA Council No !KC Is held on the first and third Tuesday of each month, at 7 o'clock v. ai. Ily order of the Council Commander. it. V. MONTE1TH, Sec'ty. OcxrldenrCouncil NoT 5. 0. C. P. MEETS EVEItY riltST AND THIBD Momlav evenines of each uiontli. at s oMock P. al. Members tf tlu order are i-spectfu!ly reqiiested to attend, ('.voider. C. BKOV.'N, Beenider. Cushiner Po3t No. 14, G. A. R. TfJKGULAi: MEETINGS OF THIS POST XL on tlie second and fourth Ttirsduys of each month at 7:30 i. at. ViMting com rades corduilly invited. By order P.C. CushingrRolief Corps No. 3, G. A. R. REGULABMEETINGSONTHESECOND and fourth Tuesdays of each month, at "ityonkr Mas. C. BOSS. Secretary. Pacific Lodge No. 17, K. of P. REGULAB MEETINGS OF THIS Lodge every Friday evening, at 7:30 o'clock, in their Castle Hall, Sojourning Knights cordially invited to attend. W. A. SS1EBMAX. K. of K. and S. Astoria Division No. One, Uniform Rank, K. of P. REGULAR MEETING ON THE FIBST Thursday of each mouth, iu their A r mory Hall, iu Pythian Castle.at S v. ai. Iteg ular drills on the second, third and fourth Thursday of each month, at such place as shall be designated by the C mmander. Sojourning Sir Kn'ghU cordially Invited to meetings and diiiK SCOTT BOZORTII. Recorder. Astoria Ladies' Coffee Club. REGULAR MEETINGS ATTHE CLUB'S- fil rooms ad oinliiz Ubcrtv Hall on the lirst and tliiid Friday .s of each month at 7 P. M. Mi:s. B. S. WORSLE Y, Pres. Common CounciL REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND fourth Tuesday evenings of each month at 7H o'clock. xra-persons deMring to have matters acted upon by tlie Council, at any regular meet ing must present the same to the Auditor and Clerk, on or before the Friday evening prior to the TucMlay on which the Council iioius its regular meeiinc. TIIOS. S. .IEWETT. Auditor and Clerk. i m -- ! AEXESS. LOS ? OF 11.- V- IlOOD,atn!therml:ifnhr.J,tM"fn'ejrr. . it evtr'j to a compl.eaa,n cillfl PJIO& 7t ? .? RUE A. DR. LIEt'.iC'S JSTIOOUToa the OS'LYe-irefprI'ROSTATOKRIlF..X. Fr.r fi.et per paeiuyt. C jtariosM. f M.W. CntJt tt Hftt'.th cnH Srt-Arifil!utsntt frtf. AJ.ir.it f.iK- ft;a i,isPF.:;sAR r.r !, ,-, v . i& Grr,-)t St ... f fi . ' . C. -ASK FOR- XJnion India Rubber Co.'s Pure Para Gum ORiOK PROOF RUBBER BOOTS. llir.VAHK OK IMITATION'S! Be sure the noots are stamped CffACii: PttOOF on the hreK.antl.2i.ive the PURE GUM SPRINGS on the foot and instep, which prcven their cracking or brenkinn We arc now making them with RUBBER AXD ASBESTOS Soles which will make them last more than twire a-. :nnj as any Rubber boots made. FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS. ALL KINDS RUBBER BELTING. PACK ING, HOlC SPRINGS, CLOTHING. BOOTS A2D SHOES, Etc. GOODYEAR RUBBER CO. K. IL PK ASE. .1 r. I Agents, 3.M. RUTl'ON, i San Francijco. snts tKst) mr iwrnifl; Ul lV'Mf " issYftfs MAUHCCD VS RESTORED Tit ream: thu' SSJIXAL WT TIIK GERJfAXS IK SAMOA. A dispatch has been received in London statinrr that the German squadron in the PaciGc hrw auncied the Samoan gronp o islaeds to Ger- J many, it tuis nows is nutneuue it is verj' serious. It will bring Gen iany for the first time, face to fact with the United Stales. Onr relutions ....11. 41. r il.n.ln l.T.l - 'mC I r 1 r . . close iu the futnre as they uro witliT tho Hawaiian group. The Samoau, or Navigator, islands lie directly iu the path of. steamers j piymg uetween ban lTancisco aim , tho harbors of Australia. Tho Pa-t cificMail steamers which run ba- tween there and Sydney p:s3 within a few miles of teeni. Their future connection with the United States has long been obvious. Thirteen jeans ago Commodore Meade of the J United States navj made an arrange-1 ment wUh the native chiefs bj which the United States established a pro tectorate and a naval station at the well known harbor or Pangopango. President; Grant was keenly alive to the ncccssitj' or strengthening our influence in that quarter. Steinber ger's mission and the proposal of the islanders to place tho whole group under American protection will be re membered by all. The opiwrtumty was lost, and now the trade of Apia, which is the chief shipping port, has passed to a large extent into the hands of Germans from Hamburg. Only last joar Consul Carrisitts or Apia, wrote that American iullueuce could bo restored if American capital ! could be procured to establisd sugar, ! cotton and cofiee plantations on tho islands, but while we have been talk ing and writing, Germanj, it seemi, has been acting. 13 r. Frazicrs Thront ami J.iik Is the greatest remedy in the world for Uoiirus, Colds, Sore Throat, Influ enza, Qnin7y, Larj-ngitis, Croup, Hoarseness, Bronchitis, Asthma, Ca tarrh, and AVhoopiug Cough, and all diseases o the throat and Innra. Tl performs wonders in relieving Con sumplion. It strengthens the Lungs ! and instantlv allavs all irritation of i tho throat. Cleveland, Ohio. Dn. JFitAzinn Dear Sir: I was troub led for about thrco months during! he last slimmer nnd fall with "Rrnn-1 chitis and a bad cough. After trying i several remedies without finding any relief, I used your Throat and Lung I Balsam, and found immediate help. I Trr3'rs,!-5i-iLi fn.a On retiring at night it gave mo undis-1 ' turbed rest, and after using thomed-! rrnvr outti-o j r-n,-rk icine throe wefts I fonnd mvself rhUi I b. u-U I I Ln, and LbbS. CaT?dV ' -.pi Er':i?-TNIJTf , I M'PSITK OCCIMAT I.OTI.l.. Dr. Frazier s Throat and Lung Bal-: sain allays all irritation of the throat, j ' ' Nxrrct. .isort, i Penetrates and heals the Lungs, audi " ----- assists nature by expectoration to I UioSii'-irvnn RflofiV re throw, off the corruption, sold by i asniiigion BiarKBi drucirists everwhero at 75 cts. a hot-1 fie. Frjizrnn MEtiicrxn Co., Prr.p'r, j Cleveland, Ohio. For salt by J. W. Conk, Astoria, Or. .. J tw x-r"--!- tt. . i-.t i t ' xr. .uaiiuri, oi me ir.uiimnuu .-iu-, Mmve Market ml!ln3sles:iin!ieUuitlia cocalt. has a vein of sarcastic humor j which is exemplified in the following! l '' v i:ikty and tti'-vr ia: ity paragraph: "Our people buy so few ' . w copies of the good books from our ; house that there is a temptation to.i-"H5ft AD CURED fvlEATit I I authors tolsmear a few pages with whMl H, llt. Slf ar Jwues, ral,uil0. tainted doctrines to secure attention i s:thai.d retail. through the nostrils. A dead rat j CarS..Hai atterithMi gnen to Mippijinj starts morcinqiifry than a tuberose, r'1 '"" Anathemas increase sales." 1 AH iu the Line or Nature. There is nothing in the line of magic or mystery about that wonderful ami popular medicine, Parker-? Tonic. 11 is simply the best and most scientific combination possible of the essential principles of those vegetable curatives which act powerfully and directly on the stomach. liver, kidneys and blood. But there neither is, nor will be. any successful imitation of it. It is all the time curing those who had despaired of ever getting well. For yourself, your wife and children. Colfax, Feb. 21. The residence of Mrs. Hull was totally destroyed by fire this morning. Loss, 2,500; in surance, $1,000. A Stni'tliiisr Discovery. Physicans are often startled by re markable discoveries. The fact that Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption and all Throat and Lung diseases is dailv enrim: patients that they have given up. to die, is startling them to re- alize their seite of duty, and examine into the merits of this wonderful dis covery; resulting m hundreds of our best Physicians usinif it in their practice Trial Dottles ireo atYV.E. Dement & Co.'s Drug Store. JtegularBizejLOO. YOUKG 3tKX!-JlEAE THIS. Thk Voltaic Bhlt Co., of Marshall, Mich . oiler to send their celebrated Ei.ec-tko-Voltaic Belt and other Elkctuic Aimm ianxks on trial for thirty day, to men (young or old) niliieted with nervous debility, loss of vitality and manhood, and all kindred troubles. Alo for rheumatism. neuralgia, pamlvsij. anil many other dis eases. Complete restoration lo health, vigor and manhood guarantied. No risk is in curred as thirty days trial is allowed. Write them at once for illustrated pamphlet free "llacknietack," a lasting and fra grant perfume. Price 2." and f0 cents. Sold hy W. E. Dement. Siiii.oii's Cuitc will imir.etliately relieve Croup, Whooping Cough, and Bronchitis bold by W. E. Dement & Co Are voti marto miserable hy Indi gestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of appotitr. Yellow Skin '.' Jjhiloh's Vital i7er is a positive run. For .sale by W. "C -Dement. The Kev. (Jeo. II. Thayer, of Dour bon, Ind., sa-s: "Both inj-sclf and wife oweour Itws'toSmi.oii's Consumption CtStK." buhl by W. J:. Dement. Foi Dyspepsia nndlivcr Complaint, you have a printed tniarantcc on every bottle of Slitloh's YiLilizer. It neer falls to cure. SoW by W. II Dement. ROOMS AND HALL TO LET. Pythian Land and Building Ass?cn. T ARC.E. FINE R003IS WITH WATER jli and cas ci i or single, in I'ytnian Huildinz. Also l-thian Hall, the finest and best lighted hall la the citv ; suitable for Lodges, Sociables. Parties or Lectures. Terms mod- crate. Apply to E, A. NOTES, Secretary Absolutely Pure. This in r er ..ris A i i:rvel of puritj.s ''i .. i '.i'v" e: iusv. Mnr XT:i'" i i l'l t'l r'tiur. k.n.U. ::.l caii'. s ; i .n ....! . ii ':"l'i the ra1 titii'it t.l t'. i s:).rt ' fsh'. nluni or l!i:!J.t lmdT. . it'h; in rc. V.o - .l ;K..n: Pw OKirCc.. tW V.t: I. N. V. MAKKST. Vp,T h I & THOMPSON. DKAI.KKS IN FRESH AND CURED MEATS, CHOICE GROCEEIES, PROVISIONS. CVttckn'v and Glassware. STAR MARKET. WHERRY & COMPANY, st1 rrs J H i! Cnivd HI oats, iiaintu-i. - Asiorii 5:j:KMiASiW. vim Astoria, (neon. !Il52"TJtS ?KSPi:(7n-TLL CALL THE AITEN- . thin of the iMiiklte ti the fact that the LOEB & (50. .iOItP.KKS IN WINES, LIQUORS, AND CJGAK8. AGENTS FOR THE Sest San Francisco Houses and Eastern Distilleries. Tumblers Decanters, and AU Kinds of Sa!c0h Supplies. J2SAP. goods sold at San Francisco Price3. MAIN STREET. Opposite Parker House, Astoria, Oregon. Assignee's Notice. nfiTir-i.-m ui.'nrnv mvuvTiiATTUP L undersiKi'.eti has been appointed assign-f eenr Hie estate oi i). iiart, an uisonem debtor. All creditors of said estate are no tiil'd to pre-ent their claims ag:iinst s;iid es tate, under oath, to me, within three mouths at the olllec of F. D. wmton. In the city of stoiia. Clatvop count v, Orecon. ISAAC IJEKGMAN, Asiignee. Dec. 27th. ISSt. Assignee Notice. TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN T17AT THE iH firm f .1. E. Thomas has assigned all their property to the undersigned for the benefit of their creditors and all persons haviiH? claim neatnst said estate must nre- sent the same duly verified to tho nsMgnee :u uis omee 1:1 nsuinn, uregon, wiiiiiu uirt-e months from this date. November till). ISol. F. P. HICKS. Notice. rawm assessment roll for the 5. ear ISP! Is now In my hands for collec tion. All who are delinquent on said roll will save sheriff's cots by calling at my of tlce in Cat hlamet and settling the same, or sending bv registered lfitter. S.F.ALBERT. Sheriff of Wahkiakum Co., W.T D.ited .t Catlilamet, .Ian. 13th, lSiS, Sheriffs Sale. TMOriPE IS HEKEBY GIVEN THAT BY Li irtllef a chattel mortgage executed by Roscop Dixon in finor of A. V. Alien, on the 17tli diiv of July, ls5t, on all the persona! property situated m the building owned by Geo. FIa el. on the SE corner or Lot No. 5 of Block No. M in the town of Astoria, in Clatsop county. State of Oregon, as laid out nnd recorded bv John McClure, to satisfy Hi. stun of SPAT; and Interest at tho rate of ten per cent, per annum from the icth day of July, l&si, I hae taken ioss.ession of all of said property consisting or beds, bedsteads, bedding, crockeryware. queens ware, knives, forks, tables. chairs, furniture, fixtures, and each and every article in said building, and shall proceed to sell the same at public auction, on the Snd day of March. 1&J5, at the hour of 10 o'clock, a.m. on said pp.'mlses to the highest bidder for cash in iiand at timerof sale, to satusfy said sum, in terest and costs. W.G.ROSS. Sheriff of Clatsop County. Astoria, Teb. 19th, 1SS5. lAMBOUR'i 1 l 1 I 3 1 3 Flav jSz.'FZ THS Kt, '' . LJ VJyfr iKiS.avi3V .VS:n P7 S-S5S THEY RECEIVED THE For FLAX THRE.VDS at the London Fisheries Exhibition 1883. And have been awarded RICHER PRIZES at the various INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITIONS Than the goods of any other IN THE WORLD. tynnlHy onn Always Depended o One of the Mills of tho TJarbour L'lav Spinning Co., Paterson, Xew Jersey. HENRY DOYLE & CO., 517 and 519 Market Stre'et, - - San Francisco, Agents For Pacific Coast. Seine Twines, Rope and Netting Constantly on Hand. Of rjtdical changes which I - M entire Furnishing Goods, Hats, Goods at Cost! G002DS .T lQ-UTL OW2S" PSICES I Drop in and C me. Assignee's Notice. "ftTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE ( JLH underslcned has been annotated the as-1 ilgnee of the estate of Baner & Johnson, and all persons having claims against sid firm arc hereby notified to proent the same duly certified to the undersigned, at his of fice, lu Astoria, Oregon, within three months from this date, Dec.7th, 18S4. J. II. D.GRAY. Administrator's Notice. "jeOTICE IS HEKEBY GIVEN THAT THE J-H undersigned was on tho 5th day ot Jan uary, iss3. duly appointed by the County Court of the State ot Oregon for the County of Clatsop, administrator of the estate of Hans Plenning. deceased' All persons hav ing claims against said estate are hereby notified to present the same properly veri fied to me at my office at the Union cannerv. in Astoria, Oregon, within six montiis from tln- date. PETER F. JOHNSON, Administrator. Dated, Astoi ia. Or., January 20, 1S35. S-4t Notice. TtrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT JLs pursuant to a unanimous vote of tlie stockholders of the Fishermen's Paeking Co., the directors of said company, did on the 17th day of Jan. 1S35, execute and file supplementary articles of Incorporation, whereby such company U authorized to purchase and hold, sell and convey real es tate. By order Boaid of Directors, 11. E. NELSON, dw Secretary. r1. i !l!63uS JSZfJ&. crn etBi!H 18?? shall make, I am compelled to stock of Clothing, Blankets, etc, xxmmTyx&m wise. Undo Sam's Corner. To Ship and Engine Builders. Treasury Department WASinxaiox, D. a, January 27, 1S85". f SEALED PROPOSALS FOR REB01LD ingthereve ue steamer iZfchard Rush, including new hull and boiler, will bo re ceived at this Department until 2 o'clock p. 3i. of Tuesday, March 10th, 1885. Bidders mnst state the time In which they will agree to complete the work. Bids must be In accordance with the specifications, and should be addressed to tlie Secretary of the Treasury, and Indorsed on the envelope "Proposals for rebuilding the Kevenue Steamer Jlicliard Rush." Specifications for the work will be fur nished on application to the Collector of Customs at San Francisco, Cal., and Port land, Oregon. The Department reserves the right to re ject any or all bids, and to waive defects if deemed for the interest of the government so to do. rSigned). CHARLES E. CO ON, Acting Secretary of the Treasury. Executor's Notice. HAVING BEEN APPOINTED BY THE County Court of Clatsop Connty, Ore gon, executrix of the last will and testament of TI105. Goodwin, deceased, all persons having claims against said estate will pre sent them duly verified and with proper vouchers to the undersigned at her resi dence on Clatsop Plains. Clatsop County, Oregon, within sk months front this date, Dec. 51SSL ., MARIETTA GOODWIN. 24-5t Executrix.