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hc ia Jstotfau, ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY .FEBRUARY 28. 1885- SHIPPING NTELLIGENCE PORT " ASTORIA. RhAlU hUh ShA. Sorccicn "rnji ' o enl-cii rb9 Kmcsrdinkire Hrhk Qne-nt(rn l-eb20 I'ES'yhl A TIIEIUVKR Janer McNeil. Mi-cbeervd. KrbL John Mch 4sn Rrbte J. B Hrua Arnsp HriMsfc .Momroii Phi'tunn. r& KoDten. Mr tiV iU'VVai-Jiicctoc, Am 2p ''oinmit Uambnan. Kr bk MexsioBthshirc, Br bk ): a. Hr tM lo-eU. i.cr hlc iltrttt&H7 Castle, r.r ASTORIAN DIRECTORY. State Officers United States Senators $ 5; fKfph Representative in Congress uovernor. . ... Governor's Secretary. Secretary of State Assistant secretary ... State Treasurer .,....., Assistant Treasurer Sup't Public Instruction. State Printer......... Clerk School Laud Board Sup't Insane Asylum.. .... Sup't lVnltentiary. Supreme Judges M. C. Geoi-ce Z. F.Moody Chas. B. Monies R. 1. Kjirhart F E-Hodgkln hd. Hlrsch .... A. F. Wheeler E B. McElro W. 11. Byars .E, P. McCornac Dr. II. Carpenter Geo. Collm (W. P. Lord A.T. B. Waldo Iw.W.Thajcr Distkict Juncns : First District Second Uis'ricL... Third District K nith District... Fifth District Sixth District ...L. R. Webster Robert Bean R P. BiiIm .eneca Sml h F..T Tavlor M L OlmsiCtd Clatscp County Officers: Al'abtbrtt It 1 I J li p Km K Arrber Hr w " iverpe 1 flocm h Kr . Vip rai- '.n'S Urocbbo ra, Itr nt- Z Anfoi-nsU ..an tl Caraaion Odtl. Hr b,i Y2FH idn-y City of y..ind l'r; ae ios jrce N'or 10 utrhilt r fck S i nhan icy 21 Elma Ur V V p'ii-o Jan 58 Explorer BrnpV lp.r-.ieo Ilnddi ictoobbire Brut J ' Ilio J-in II Hldea, Hr tk 7" Livorj-oot Oct 1 K:ttj Br M. VJyari en Jan 21 Lever, Br bV 775 Valparaiso Hopt S Mo't'.o, Gorbk 8-s Livoriiool M dura, Br M. 970 liocfoo M. i K. ("ox, hr sp Champorieo Fob IS Uban Bar, Br bk Ya paraiso Quulota Br bk Vbl paraiao River Levna Hr bk 775 Valparaiso From American Port. TiHIe n. Marbjck. Am p IDSl New York Nov 13 TIfJK TABLE FOK ASTORIA. .Twine Clerk .. ho,lff , 'NinuuissiOHei... .ssc-or ...... Ti c-isurer........... Surveor............ -ciioot Sup't...... Croner...... ...C A McGulre ...C -T Trenc-lianl .:W. G Rrs tl). K Warren "l.llKI. l!ols. . J. 1" W..treii Isaac rvciina' .... G. 1 Parker J. r mucins J4C. lss Astoria City Offlceis: Mavor ...... Auditor and. Cierk Treasurer ....... assessor...... .... Stieet Munerlntcudciit.. Chief of Police :. Police Judge Sc.ton .... J W. llu'ye T. S.Jew el t 1. G. Husiler . G''. P. Wheeler Tlios. I.ogan Claik louphri'V C. II. s-tockton M. Conl i-y First Ward.. Second "Ward.. COtTNCILMKN : ;C. H. Cooper A. A. Cleveland Isaac Bereman ( llios. ueair. C. J. Tienehaid (Ch:LS.Gnitke. f kSANFORD' INViGQRATOf! THEDEADALniL A Remarkable Cae of Suspended mation. Ar.- BAEBOUR'S A epecial from Newport, Perry county. Pa., say3 : On Monday morn ing John Wischolm, the father of one of the many families of Swedes liviug at the ore mines in Center township, was taken suddenly ill and before a physician could be sum moned died. His family gave large expression to their crief, the eldest son in particular. Ho called on his , father to come back, and with diffi- cnllv wns rnslrninp frmn tirnstrnt 15 just vhat its name impair ; s , iug himself on the corpse. Hoping family resident l.lipm until the many diseases ircidcdjro tiat un. - v. if. Then, as bo was about to go nnrtantorfnm. and rffcohtiiiEtlienU' a"ay tho son was seized with another r 0 j t --j t, taerous ailmsnts t! deranged or lprr.:(Hiclion Purelr verretaole Ccnroound, thai . to comfort the gnef-stneken . i: t.. ,,- (i,A.v. .T,-n' by bpiritual consolation the uutuuuuw.., u..s elG-n.mnn rm-:n,ri Ull Dyspepsi Losliyeness' RheiWpa :ni?smVt :lie Liyer must Le kept in order." DB. 8ATT0SD'S LIVZB IHVIG ORATOR' In vicratcs the Liver, Tic-ulalcs the Bow el, Strcnslheni the Si'stem, Purifies ihc Blocd . Asihts D'pcstion, Prcvenls revc rs. Is n Household Isccd. An Invaluih'.c Family Jilcdicinc for common complaints. C2. EAirroRD'a nvrE nrviGozATcn. An experience rf Firty years, and TIun iands of Testimonials prove its Merit. FOR S.U.K BY ALL DEALERS E HEDICDCES For fill mforonrion wnd yonr addrca for NX tonrok on tho "Liver and Its d'cascjU ," o . -tv OA tttaVE ST.. NEIf 10ES CTlZ- -J, gUtJkV w rw anse irom its auy preceding it He threw himself , sucli as on tbe body of his father, embraced tinfnnmorf! uitu auu iiiieousiv linniorua nun to -" i , KnnuAnr. IIIOH WATER. I LOW "WATER. j First Second. First. Second. c s- s: S0S S a ; a s ts S t Ih. m. JZ h. h. ,S h. m. ,S h. m. .S S s, rf. li 2 1S:i5 2! 1 -T.WS7I 7 Kki 47 8 22pJ-P0 241 7 2C I8-4J10 10 5.8 1 2J 3. 3 20 0.0 25 8 43 8-3 11 W (U 2 Bl 3CI4 25 -0 0 2C 0 65 B-H 11 trip 7.1 4 07 35 5 18 -1.0 27 11 00 6-7 - - -.- 5 11 2.7 C 02 -1.1 2d 0 31a 77 11 5Ca 8'S C Ola 2 01 C 43p -1.0 The hours between midiiisiit and noon are designated by a (a. m.). those between uoon and midnight by p (r. ai ). 0A. 00m a denotes midnight, oA. 00m. denotes noon. The height is reckoned from the level of average lowerlo-.v waters to w hich the souud ings are given on the Coast Survey charts. Columbia River Exports. SHIPMENTS FOREIGN. Oregon Railway & Navigation COSfPA.VY. O CEA.V I I VLSI OX During the month of Febnury 1ku. Ocean Steamers will sail from Poitland to San Francisco, and from San Francisco to Port land, as follows, leaving Ainsworth Dock, Portland, at Midnight, and Spear Street Wharf. Sau Francisco, nt 10 A. i. : From Portland. From San Francisco. Feb Feb Orejron Wed 4jfJolambl Ta 3 Columbia Mon yJQaeen of raoifichun S 8aeen of PaciSo hat U'llrecon Kri IS oRon Thur lSii'olumbia Wed IS Columbia Tu 21, Queen ot Pacific Hon V2 McblOrocon bat 2 Quooaof Pacific hdu 1 iith Columbia. . ...Tbur a Throucli Ticket h sold to all principal cities- in the United States, Canada and Europe. RAIL DIVISION. On and after November 23rd, 1S84, Passen ger Trains will leae Poitland for Eastern points, at 5 :SO l 31., daily. Pallman Palace Cars runnmjc between Port land, and St, Paul, unr.ii ihvimo.v oiiddtc cciuiuom). Boats leave Portland for Dall K 7 HIO A M. also : LeaFP6h- i I "j " x land for IMonl Tu. We.lTnu.1 Frt. Su i'tona and! I SOCIETY aXKKTIXCS. Temple Lroclge, Nc. 7 A. P. A. M. - KGCLAR COMM LNICATIOXS IX ilrst and third Tuesdays In each mnntli -t 7U nVlork. I' si., at tile Hall in Astoria. Members of tho order in good standing are Invited to attend.. By order ot uie bfc W. M. JANUARY. '83. 2 To QiicciisUmii per Clan rcrguaon. Wheat. -15,077 bus S32.887 5 To QueentUnon per Ann Jf i UicenL Wheat, 45.703 bus .". 32,S73 C 7o Cork per Annie M. Laic. Wheat C1.750 bus S4C.100 9 To QucenRtoich per Givyncdd. Wh at.5D.7tn bs .. S42.M1 10 To 7MM jr Uanhdalc. Wht'Ht 72.ir8 bu . SM,03C 10 Tit Qhcch0u)h per Q.thclla. V.'Sieal,l,2 ?. s 537.000 IH in i ardtffper Mnttka Fisher. Wlcat 43 0 M s t6 531 .COO 14 Ti Qf-fW n "T- Haifa. U'.U9H4 ns.... 521.C43 T 1 ' K t tafg Vwiiai. j V b-ai.4 577 bu fC2003 j5 r"-.rw I r '.' littt. ll.m. 1 h s.. SK).E31 16 r i flrl. , ".''. Whctt. 12.S1 ...... 530)10 2J To &v&i t n t CUadci. Wh a't 71.151 us SoO.148 20 To i'opcuhuQcn per Western Belle. Wheat. 50, CO 41,28S 0 To Qneemlotrn pr Varuna When. HZX91 us S51i?6 23 To QueeHKtmi'n per Barracnta Wheat, 35,(i0J bus -S20.3J1 23 To QccnelowH per Valparaiso. WThcat. 40,117 bus . ..?f?,2S4 2C o 2KC6nton:n per HcXeai . Wlie.it, C1.917 bus .m 547.W3 29 -To Queenitb)' j r Chilena. Flour, 12.001 bbls ?S,013 SO To Cork per narcca. Flour. 12,831 bbls S")1,239 FKMRUAKY. 4 To Queen-town per l'arra Tarra. louer Co. I I luinlia....lbAM6 AM Dayton. Or J7 A.M,' balem ....I , .,,1 Corvalli..J j,,Aa,l CAMKAJI AM lr. am) tAMltiAM 7 am; Tacoma&nd heattle. daily at 13.V )' il Victoria bteamera do uot run bundcy. leaves -istoria (or Portland at fi a. m. dail ex cept buedsj. C. H. I'itESCOTT. JOHN MUIR. Manage!. Traffic Manager. , E. A. NOYE3, Agent Astori u Wheat. 6G.772 tus G To Londnn per Perthshire. Flour. 2.27J libls Wh at, 12.833 bus Salmon, ll,tt)i) cs ....$19,079 S1S.173 ..... 9,i67 59.950 .587.789 OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA VIA Oregon & California R. R Alia Connecticut, Faro to San Francisco S32 ; to Sacramento $30 DAILY, EXCEIT SUNDAY. EASTuIDE DIVlHloX. lie: vi ceil I'OltlLtMl una A!SIlLiA.M' MAIL TItAl.s. LEAVE. ARRIVE, Pottlaud 7 :30 a. at; Ashland 4:45 a. ai. Asldand 8.45 r. ail Portland 4:25 p. ai. AutiANY EXPRESS TRAIN. LEAVE. ARRIVE. rortlaud 4 $0 r. at. Lebanon- 9 o v. ai Lebanon...! :45 a. m. Portland. 10 aM5 a. at Pullman Palace Sleeping Car leaves Fort land Mondays and Thursdays. I'.eturmug leaves Ashland Tuesdays ana Fridays. The Oregon and California Rallruau Ferry nmt.es connection with all Regular Trams on Knstside DUisIon, from the foot of F Si. W CTWn!r 4fnn nn.l rf lonrn lit?r xrtf li ia,.iicL.-neaau.cnSj out rect-gnition. As though tho ag- etc It is theretore 2 . onizea mucc nan penetrated UiCi t i,-r rA Trvitl. silence of the other world, tho lips of To iiavc GoodiLcaltfe i,ft ,-,,,,,. .,.-, ,.; ' ' ,i and cr.st a s..d, reproachful look on his weeping son, and in his well known voice came distinctly thes werds: 4,Ohl why did you call me back?'' As soon as tho awe-stricken group co ' 1 regain their comnosuro thev immediately admin ist2red restoratives to tun p.ttieut. When the clergy man left him he was verv weak, but still alive. Yesterday he related his experience up to tho time ho was ap parently called to life. "When he died ho first felt a sinking sensation. He knew everything that went on in the room, but could not speak. He next remembered being in dense darkness and being led by two invis ible forms, moving as though floatiug in tho air, with nothing above or be low. Then it seemed to get lighter aud ho saw two beautiful, shining formson either side of him. He ex perienced a fooling of perfect peace hnd heard the most soothing and de lightful music. A feeling of rest was the most noticeable thing iu his new state until he was disturbed b- a J voice in pain calling him. lie felt a thrill of regret, and then all became black and ho seemed to be back in his old pain-racked bod' again. Opening his eyes he found his son bending over him. Dr. rnizlcr'.s Throat and l.tiu Balsam Is tho greatest remedy in tho world for Coughs, Colds. Sore Throat, Influ enza, Quinzy, -Laryngitis, Croup, Hoarseness, Bronchitis, Asthma, Ca tarrh, and Whooping Cough, and all diseases of the throat aud luugs. It performs wonders in relieving Con sumption. It strengthens the Lungs and instantly nllnys all irritation of the throat. Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Fkazier Dear Sir: I was troub led for about three months during Bearer Lodge No. 35. 1. 0. 0. F, TEGULAR MEETING KV- .i&j li ery Thursday seven ociock rr.nm 111 0;lil l"l rla. SolournliiK members of the trderln good standing, cordially In Ilcil to attei u. Bv order N. G. Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O.P. KEGCLARMEEIINGSOF OCEAN EN campment No. 13. I. O. O. F.. at the Idge, in the Odd Fellow Building, at seven p. ai., on tho second and fourth Mondays of eacti month. Sojoui ning breth ren cordially invited. By order C I . Seaeldo Liodffo No. iiTATb. U. W. KEGIJLAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE Ix)dge No. 12. A O. U. W. will be held In llieir Hall oer Caruahan & Co.'.s on Thursday evening of each w eek. at 7 o'clock. .Members ot me oruer in gooa standing, anu visiting Brothers are Iin ited to attend. Li brary will be open fifteen minutes before and after each meeting. By order M. W. C. BROWN, Rcc. Astoria Lodge No. 40. L O. G.T. EGULAR MEETING EVERY MON- teiSij iloii id A nilooiio fell &H$ T5SE: BEST. V IS 63 'dMrMJ!! ' iMiiwP1' i 'W W 4 '" ' imMBWi ' H m 7idi WC?5 m Y9 tta WLM i -"r irT1rri iflnf tti YrgrT r r. iTTTnlKTnTlT H!H ra KSWJ Rt raai mK7 Ss.irtt.iiBK-;is lVfZFc&6Z i f tii's?KJeSis-ganjiir BHtfKC Absolutely Pure. IPfeHH - i.- i i-r r's vi:.rviof 'irnPF if JtSr'Ji' inirlr t i rWrtyimtTntTS1 i j . . I v.; 1 1 s,i.: ..if . y,M iSSS-JxIStmitttSMBfmS:'' I iS..i , r'SMi' k.n.ls. an-1 ii i ' tflNi i 'I ill I II 'Mim " li I'll liH i .mr-"lt.i w.t'i the n:ul- fTTriTimiiTlwif i 1' 7 1 '"rMfchPi TWHBtir m -u.nrt tiulr, alum or v5H5s5MBijE!2 dSvSs-y ' ''liSIBiiS-- rs. .s'tf o:ly in can-. Kov- &&32&wS!r7r. ifecBK:&SV4at ,'7JK5P!to fS,? IJJIDEN FLAAMlLLS.USBURN.IRELANDr tttNA'S. , .,..-t,oc- V HOUSE FOUHDED. 1784-. -" yI. , .V.AKKErS. -Twk 1T""" ' "' ' ' "' ivV" IX H0ST&&7 27 Tlil pur.; oi-ouo : -allllo tltude ! l''i J plieph: t s M.Bk:M I THOMPSON. DEALER FRESH AND CUREO MEATS, Totil . . 7 To Cork per Flora. Wheat, 51.913 ?38,91i 7 To ljuec7u4oKn per Lvcayas. Flour, S.015 bbl j ....3,000 9 To CoperAiagen per Sovereign. Wheat. 65.91S bus 16,493 10 To QnccHxlotcn. per Geo. S. Homer. Wheat, 61.573 bus 545,430 10 To Qucathlown, pcrllcnfi cirshirc. Wheat, 53.234 bus .. S3S.32S 10 To Qnecnstmcn, )cr C. S. HulbcrL Wheat. 54,819 bus $41,118 10 To Liverpool, per Yosemtte. Flour. 13,242 bbls 552,9TO 12 To Quccnstotcn per Marlaban. Wheat, 33.GS7 bus .$.C15 12 To Cork per Dovcnbu. Wheat, 40,474 bus $34,S5G 12 To Qucenstown per Wm. D. Stcd. Wheat. 40.192 bus S28.396 18 To Quccnvtoum per Kincardineshire. Wheat, 72,430 bus 551,322 23 To Quccnstown per Kinclune, Wheat, 40,810 bus 530,009 WESTsIDE DIVISION. lSetween PurilmiU ami Corvalile MAIL TRAIN LEAVE. ARRIVE. Portland . rtX) a. sl C va' 4 -M p. ai. Co.vallls 8 :30 a. ai.II -' d 3 da p.at. EXPRESS TltAlN LEAVE. - ARRIVE. Portland 5 :00 r at McMiuuvilIe 8 nw p ai McMlniillle5:45 a at Port!ml SrfOAii local tickets lor sale, and baggage checked at Company's up-town office, coiner bturk and Second sti ets. Ilckeis for bale to all the 'principal points In California, can only be procured and baggage checked, at the Company's office, Coiner F and Front ts., cor Hand, Or. Freight will not be received for shipment after 6 o'clock p. at. on either the Eastsidc or Westaide Dhlslons. K. KOKULER, E V. ROGERS, ilacaser. ti. F J: P. Ast day evvninc at 7 -J3Q o'clock, in the Hall over Caniahan's store. Members of the Or der, In good standing, are m tteu to auenu. 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 p. at. By order of the Council Commander. It. V. MONTE1TH, Sec'ty. OcKJldentCouncll NoT5. 0. C. P. MEETS EVERY FIRST AND THIRD Monday evenlnps of each month, at 8 o'clock P. M. Members of tho order are respectfully requested lo attend. By order. C. BROWN, Recorder. dishing Post No. 14, gTa. E. REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS POST ou the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 7:30 p. m. Visiting com rades cordially invited. By otder P. C. Ousting Relief Corps No. 3, (J. A R. REGULAR M FETING SON Til ESECON D and fourth Tuesdays of each month, at "By order Mns. CROSS. Secretary. Pacific Lodgo No. 17, K. of P. REGULAR MELTINGS OF THIS l.odgc every Friday -evening, at 7 M o'clock, in their Castle Hall, Sojourning Knlzhls cordially lnltcd to tten . W. A. SHERMAN. K. of IL and S, Notice to Delinquent Taxpayers. -JVJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I 1 will lovv on the property of the delin quent list of lbS4, if the taxes are not paid immediately. C.W.LOUGHERY. Chief of Police. Astoria, Feb. 9, 1S83. Cannery for Sale. THE MANHATTAN CANNERY IS OFFEKED FOR SALE. Trice S4,40. Apply to MS. L. FALANGOS. Clifton, Or. Astoria. Teh 25th. 1885. Rooms to Rent. FURNISHED OK UNFURNISHED. Apply to C. Y. BLISSET, Upper Astoria. iiwaco Steam Navigation Oo.'s WINTER SCHEDULE. Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort Canby, and iJuiaco. Connecting by stages aud boats for Oysterviile, "VSontesano and Olympia Until further notice the nwaco Steam Navigation Co.'s steamer GrOll. Miles, Will leave Astoria on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 A. U. (Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays being Oysterviile and Montesano mall dajs.) FOB Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and llwaco ON Tuesdays, Yedncsdays, and Fridays The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 a.m., as formerly, not being confined strictly to schedule time. On Thursday A SECOND TRIP will be made, lea Ing As toria three hours after arriving tarn llwaco Tare to Fort Canby and nwaco, $1 no KT"Tlckets can bo bought at the office for 75cts. E-Hwaco f relent, by the ton. In lots of one ton or over, $2 per ton, E3T"For Tickets, Towage or Charter ap ply at the office of the company, Gray' wharf, foot of Benton street. J. H. D. GRAY, Agent. Astoria Division No. One, Uniform Rank, K of P. OEGULAR MEETING ON THE FIRST Xlb '1 hursday of call mouth, In their Ar mory Hall, in Pythian Castle.at 8 P. at Rcg ula drills on thp second, thlid aid fourth Thutsdav of -ch n'Oi.th, ?t Mich place as m all he ili-slgiiated by the O mmHiider. Sojourning Sir Knight cordially Invited to mcttlugs aud dulls. SCOIT BOZORTH. Recorder. Astoria iladlesCotfeo Club. HEGULR MEETING3 AT THE CLUB'S rooms adjoinli.g Liberty Hall en the first and thlid Fridays of each month at 7 P. 31. Mas. B. S. WORSLEY, Pres. Common CounciL REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND fourth Tuesday evenings of each month at 7$4 o'clock. jgarFcrsons desiring to have matters actrd upon by the Council, at any regular meet ing mut present the same to the Auditor and Clerk, on or before the Fndaj c eninc prior to tbe Tuesday on which the Council holds Its regular meeting. THOS. S. JEWETT, Auditor and Clerk. CHOICE GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Crockery and G-lasswuro. STAR MARKET. WHERRY & G0I2PAWY, Fivsli and Cured Moats, FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS. OPPOSITE OCCIDENT IIOTEI CS3K.V t.3IY: :rot(. Astoria, Jy Washington Market Hain -tirrf, Vsfnrin, Oir&on. 5:KIt3IAK V CO. I'ROI'KIKTOItS tho last summer and fall with Bron-i OESPLCTFCLI.y call the atten- several remedies without finding any chitis and a bad cough. ffnr : -. tion oi tne niiimc to tne net mar ine vner trying i ..... -ifn.t-.. ...ii i..-n.-c u..u....n..i ., ii. ' iiuuiu.liuiKi mil lUntfti irtui'liutu iiiiittl relief, I used your Throat and Lung I FULL variety .Balsam, and found immediate help. I On retiring at night it gave mo undis turbed rest, and after using the med icino threo weeks I found mvself cured. Eev. E. NTJTK Dr. Frazier's Throat and Lung Bal sam allays all irritation of the throat, Penetrates and heals the Lungs, and assists nature by expectoration to throw off the corruption. Sold by druggists eveywhero at 75 cts. a bot tle. Fkaziir Medicine Co., Prop'rs, Cleveland, Ohio. For sale by.T. W. Conn, Astoria, Or. YOCSG 3IKS!-EAI THIS. The Voltaic Rklt Co., of Marshall, Mich., oiler to siid their celebrated Elec-tko-Voltaic Bklt and other ELrirritir Appliances on trial for thirty days, to men (young or old) afflicted with nervous cMlttv, loss of vitnlity and manhood, and all kindred troubks. AKo for rheumailsm. neuralgia, paraljsis. and many other dis easej. Complete restoration to health, vigor tud manhood guarantied. No itsk Is in curred as thirty davs trial Is allowed. Write them at once for i.lustrated pamphlet tree ANtorlultutail Market. 11ANH00D "XP REST0KE0 AND BEST QUALITY ?RESK A?iO CURED MEATS ! ! Which will be sold at lowest rates, whole sale and retail. ESySpeciRl attention gimi to supplying shiiis. TfTEY RECEIVED THE For FLAX THREADS at tho London Fisheries Exhibition 1883. And have been awarded HICHER PRIZES at the various INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITIONS Than the goods of any other IN THE WORLD. Qnaliiy eas Always he Depended as, LOEB & GO. .JOBP.KRS IN WINES. LIQTJOKS, AND CIGARS. Notice. A NY ORDERS LEFT WITH C.H.ST1CK oL els. In rny absence will be promptly at tended to. Bills due me are also left in his hands for collection, until further notice. A M.JOHNSON. Astoria, Jan. 2Hh,lB$3. The reason (let T . u-ntult rnunt : rnl t SEMIS AL n'EASyESS. .t.VA o.i'.n lIOOD,anlthrrtiuUcfalutt.dttrattorxeMO. it ovtng lo a complication called PROSTA TOR RUE A. DR. LIEBIU'S 1XVIG0RAT0R u the OXLTcureforPROSTATORRUEA. trtct. Si.00 ptr paclage.fi paetaja. 16 W. Ovule to Health and Self-Aitalyit sent free. .UJrtt LIE IllU II lit PEXSARi'or Ihtrau f Jfru, 4N Geary .V . .Vuit .". ..mr.M-o, Cjl -ASK FOK- Union India Rnbiber Co.'s Ture Para Gum CRACK PROOF RUBBER BOOTS. BKWAKK OK ISIITATIONS ! Be sure the boots arc stamped CRACK PROOF on the heels, and have the PURE GUM SPRINGS on the foot aud instep, which prevent their cracking or breaklne Wo are now making them with ItLTBRER AND ASBESTOS Soles which will make them last more than twice sa long as any Rubber boots made. FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS. ALL KINDS RUBBER BELTING. PACK ING, HOE, SPRINGS, CLOT1ILNG, BOOTS AND SHOES. Etc GOODYEAR RUBBER CO it. ja. riiABt, jr. S. M. RUNYON, Acenta. San Franclico. Flour per bbl $4.50 Wlieat, per cental $1.33 O.us. ' $Z0 BiU'di. .sides per lb, 11(310 cts. Shoulder-:, " 12K cts. Hams, " Lr18cts. Lard, 14(31(K cts. Iieef,y13cts. Mutton. 10f5 cts. Pork,l2KlcLs. Veal, 1420 ets. Cutter, pr roll G0(R7Z cts. Egcs, per dozen 1925 ets. I'otatoes, per lb 1 ct Cheese, per 11 1C20 cts Cornmeal, per lb 4 cts. Oatmeal, u CfictH. Deans, ' 4G cts. Coffee, ' 12X10eth. Tea, " 25lK)cLs. Itice, " 79cts. Sugar, 6)tfg9,Vctt. Syrup, per gallon 70c $1. Honey, per gallon S1.23. Salmon, pc-r kitS-10 Onions, per ih 2(3Acts. Apples dried per "lb 312K cts. Peaches " I3:cts. Plums, " " 12J & l! ets. Candles, per lb 20 cts. Chickens, per dozen Stl Hay, per ton 15 S20. Hides, nor B 3 &i 9 cts. Oils, per gallon, boiled linseed, 7."c; raw itnseea, toc; coal on. 40c; iarusi.2. AGENTS FOR THE Best San Francisco Houses and Eastern Distilleries. Tumblers Decanters, and AN Kinds of Saloon Supplies. J3f AH goods sold at S.m Francisco Prices. MAIN STREET. Oppo-ltp Parker nouse, Astoria. Oregon. One of the Mills of the Barbour Flax Spinning Co., Patcrson, New Jersey. HENRY DOYLE & CO., 5 1 7 and 5 1 9 Market Street, - - San Francisco, JLgentN for Pacific Const. Seine Twines, Rope &nd Netting Constantly on Hand. ON ACCOUNT ROOMS AND HALL TO LET. Pythian Land and Building Ass'cn. LARGE. FINE ROOMS WITH WATER and gas en unit or single, in PWhian Building." Also Pythian Hall, the finest and best lighted hall In the city ; suitable for Lodge", Sociables. Parties or Lectures. Terms mod erate. Apply to K.A.NOYES, Secretary. Notice of Dissolution. THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE Ex isting between tho uudersicned, under the firm narao of Wheeler & KIpp Is this day dissolved by mutual coaent K. A. Wheeler will nay all liabilities of the Ann and Is alone authorized to collect the bills due tho same. E. A-WHEELER, M. R. KIPP. TVUll1.jH.F.FRAEL, 1U"es,'(R.F.rRAEL. Proposals fur Fresh Beef and Mutton. Headquaitcrs Dept. of the Columbia.! Office of the Chief Commissary, Vancouver Bks.. W. T., Feb'y 21, 1835. J SEALED PROPOSALS IN TRIPLICATE, subject to the uual conditions, will be received at this office and at the offices of the Acting Commissaries of Subsistence at the following named po-ts. (mr the fresh beef and mutton needed at those posts only.) until 12 o'clock noon on Wednesday, March 25. 1S&5. at which time and places they will be opened in the presence of bidder, for fumUhlnc and delivery oi ireu neei anu mutton during the vear commencing July, 1st. !!:. Boise 11K5.. I. t.. t-ori canny, w. r., i-oti Cut-ur d'Alene, I. T., Fort Klamath. Ogn., Fort Spokane, W. T.. FortTowaend, VY. T., Vancouver Bks. W. T.. and Fort Walla Walla. W.T. Proposals will also be received at the same time and dato for suppUingFort Cohllle. W.T.. and Fort 1.2pwai. f . T., at this otllco and at the offices of the A. C. S., Fort Spo kane. W. T and Fort Walla Walla. W. T., respective!. The Go eminent reserves the right to re ject any or a 1 bids. Bidders will understand that contracts made under this ad ertlsoment. and pro posals made in response thereto, shall not be construed to iuohe the United States In any obligation for payment in excess of the appropriation granted by Congress for the purpose. Blank proposal and printed circulars, stating the kind of beef and mutton re quired, and glrlng fid' .attraction as to the manner of bidding, conditions to be ob served by bidders, and terms or contract and payment, will lie furnished on applica tion to this ollice, or to tho A. C. S, at the several posts. Emelopes containing proposals should be marked "Proposals for Fresh Beef, (or Mut ton,) at Fort ." and addressed to the undersigned or to the "Acting Commis sary of Subsistence" at the several posts. C. A. WOODRUFF, Captaiu & C. S.. U. S. A.. Chief C. S. D. C. Of radical changes which I shall make, I am compelled to - My entire stock or Furnishing Goods, Hats, Clothing, Blankets, etc, Goods at Cost I Drop in and C me. Uncle Snuifs Corner. GERNIANIA BEER HALL- T. G. RAWLINGS, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Tropical, Domestic, Green and Dried NUTS. CANDIES, DRIED MEATS, ETC. . Fine Cigars and Tobacco. Next door to I. J. Arvold's, Squemoqua St. AND BOTTLED BEER DEPOT, Chenamus Street, Astoria. The Best of Lager 5 Cts. a Glass. Orders for tho Celebrated Norton Pacific Brewery Beer Left nt this place will be promptly attended to er"No cheap San Francisco Beer sold at this place. Wm. BOCK, Proprietor. Assessment Notice. mHE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE JL Garibaldi Packing Co., levy an assess ment of $30 per share upon the capital Stock, payable In ninety (rn days from dato. CHAS.WICKSTROM. rretident. Astoria, Feb. 11, 1SS5. FOR SALE One E. W. BLISS, Latest Improved HOWE SOLDERiNG MACHINE, With West's Crimper attached. This Machine U S'early Sew and Is Sold Tor Want of Use. Address GEO. W. DUNBAR'S SONS. New Orleans, La. School Notice. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE LE gal voters of School District No. 1, Clat sop county Oregon, will bo held at the school Building In said district, on Monday evening' March 2nd, 1S35. at the hour of 7:30 p. ai. The object of said meeting being the elec tion or oue director for three years and oue clerk for one year. By order of tho directors. J. O. BOZORTH. Clork School District No. 1, Clatsop Co., Or. Attention! ON ACCOUNT OF REMOVAL I WILL sell for the next ten days, a lot of cholee Groceries, fine Teas, and Canned Goods, at. tho lowest figures possible. Goods all fresh and of the best brands. BAY VIEW RESTAURANT. Opposite O. R. & N. Co.'s Dock.