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t ga Hsfcem ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY. APRIL 30, 1885 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT O? ASTORIA. VESSELS IS THE RIVER. Jir.tt McNeil, llrtttsh Monarch Ghipman, Kr sp Remonstrant. Hr bk Jano hi rott, lir bk lUideo. Hr bfc Ca&ucdre, Brbt Allahabad. Ur bk Kittr. Kr bk Ed ward Percy. Br 1V MtWasbington, Am sp t'oloma. Mil: for, Br sp San Luis, Urbk Tulle K. tarb3Ck,A.rap Archer Crbk Ohn ilay. lir bk Elnia. Br bk VESSELS OA THE WAP. rroai rerelsu Portn. for ilie Colnmltlu Rier Caroavoa Castle, Br bk?29 Sidney Haddingtonshire. Bssp 150 Rio Jan 51 Moltko, Ger bk 83 Liverpool Orerdate. Br bk Callao March 1 Solreir. Nor X CO! Uallso Jan & From American Portn. Olive S Southard, Am p New York April IS TIK TABLE FOR ASTORIA. APRIL. HIOII WATFR. LOW WATER. I First. Second. 1 First. Second. re E mSmS i 2 k h s h 5 h a ' . . n. in. h. m. s . t. , fe. . 7 52rt 8 31 9 12 9 4S 03 02 04 7 C2p 8 21 8 5C 9 35 0C 09 12 42 10 47 11 40 10 23 11 29 0 52 2 00 3 01 3 51 4 33 0 It 5 50 C 24 C5S 7 32 S 0J 8 51 9 45 10 48 0 03 1 15 22S 3 2S 4 IS SOS 5 40 C 19 52 0 50 2 14 3 22 4 13 4 53 5 3C COS U4C 7 "i 8 0S S5C 9 49 10 51 0 or. 1 3 1 4 00 4 4S 5 37 C 18 G57 4 0 34 20 12 0C 00 1 05 1 49 2 3G 3iN 4 81 5 43 C50 -0 4 -0C -05 0 CI -02 Gl 0 2 37 CO 7&1 S 0 7 2. 9 07 0 4 70 7 3 SO S3 87 79 7G 3 5 2 9 20 9 51 10 31 11 1! 11 AC, 0 37 SI 0 8 03 00 -0 1 SS 1 19 S llj 2 00; 71) 7 33a 7 22p The hours between mldnliriit and noon are designated by a (a. si.), those between noon mid midnight by ; (p. m.). 0A. oQm a denotes midnight, oA. bom. j denotes noon. The height is reckoned from the level of average lower low waters to which the sound ings are given on tho Coast Survey charts. Columbia River Exports. SHIPMENTS FOREIGN. JANUARY. S63.S37 bus. wheat . 2L53S bbls. Hour Total, (19 cargoes) TKlJItUAllV. C1G.735 bus. wheat..... :y,o57 bbls. flour 11.8)0 cs. salmon IHtSM lumber . Total (!C cargoes) . MARCH. Wheat. 322.278 bus Flour, 9437 bbl ,.SC38,57l . 93.252 S731.C23 $475,230 152.090 59.950 59.673 747,143 S239.S29 00,930 Total, (G cargoes) $27C,S79 APRIL 3 To Liverpool jKr Kenton. Flour, 11,000 bbls $44,000 21 To Quccnttown jxr Roslln Castle. Wheat, 3C.S03 bus S29.000 22 To Panama per 3Ia7,ah. Lumber, 901.1S3 fcet $12,C30 . AntorluKetull Jlnrkrt. Flour ier bbl S-1.73 Wheat, nor contal Slno Oats, ' 10 Racon, Wos por 1!, H1G ct. Shoulder, " 11 cts. Hams, I3anicl3. Lard, " Ul(Kcts. Ueof,Sl8cK Mutton, 7(12 cts. I'rk. 101.3 cl.. VwiI.IKjJL'OcLn. Butter, per roll 500 cts. Epcs, ier dozen 1725 cts. Potatoes, per lb 93i ct Cliccse, per lb 1G20 cts uornuieai, per lb 4 cts. Oatmeal, GGK cts. licnns, Coffee. Tea, Rice. 4G cts. 12K) ct. 25yo cts. 7 9 Cts. Sugar, GK04CLs. Svrup, per gallon 7oc Si. lioney, per Kaiion si.io. Salmon, per kitS4.50 Onions, ier lb 7cts. Apples dried jer lb "gil2 cts. Peaches u 13 30 cts. Plums, " " 12KlGcts. Candles, per lb 20 cts. Chickens, per dozen Sti. Hay, per ton 15 (3 20. Hides, per lb 5 Gt y cts. Oils, per gallon, boiled linseed, 75c; raw linseed, 70e; coal oil. 40e; larJSla J. A. WILSON. (Iili of San Francisco.) PAINTER, PAPER HANGER, -AND- :d eoora toir. Has located In Astoria aud solicits a share of the patronage. All work strictly first class. Terms moderate. Order bo at Xau Dnsen's. T. G. RflWLlNGS, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in. Tropical, Domestic, Green and Dried UTS. CANDIES, DRIED MEATS, ETC. Fine Clfrnr.s aud Tobacco. Next door to I. J. Arvold's, Squemoqua St. FOR SALE One E. W. BLISS, Latest Improved HOWE SOLDERiNG MACHINE, With West's Crimper attached. This Xtcklae Is Nearly Xew and Is Sold for Want of rise. Address GEO. TV. DUNBAR'S SONS, New Orleans, La. 1 i i;o 2 IK 3 2 21 4 257 5 333 C 4 IS 7 5 1C S CS7 9 7 47 10 KM 11 10 02 12 10 52 13 11 39 14 - - 15 0 22 10 0 51 17 121 IS 2 00 19 2 13 0 3 3S 21 4 35 22 CSI 28 7 23 24 8 4U 'Si 10 02 2G II 01 27 11 SI 28 - - 29 0 If. VO 0 43a 6 91 2 03p S9 2 47 88 3 32 85 4 22 6 2 5 23 77 C41 7 2 7 05 CS 9( CS 9 40 7 0 10 2.5 7 3 10 59 7T. II 27 7 S 11 53 -- 023 ASTORIAPf DIRECTORY. State Officers United Stales Senators......... t J. II. Slater 1J K. Dolph ,M. C. George Z. F.Moody Chas. 1$. Moorcs 1L P. Karhfvrt F K. llodgklu I'd. Hirsch , A. F. Wheeler .E K.Mci:iroy Representative in Congress G overnor.......... . Governor's Secretary Secretary of State Assistant Secretary.. State Treasurer Assistant Treasurer Sup't Public Instruction.... Stnt Pr!ilor ,W. H. Hs-ars Clerk School Land Board E, 1. McCornac Suu't Insane Asylum Ur. H. Carpenter Sup't Penitentiary. eo. Collin (W. P. Lord Supreme Judges - J. B. Waldo (W.W.Thajcr District Judges : Firt District Second Dlstricff Third District Fourth District Fifth District Smb. District L. K. WelMer jtnbert Bean R. P. Boise seneca Smith l. J. Taylor . 31. L Olms'.ead Clatscp County Officers: Judjje C A McCuIth Clerfc..... C. J. 1 reneS.arv.1 Sheriff W. (1. i:iss Commissloneis & )$ Assessor .. . J. F. Warren Treasurer. ..... ..Isaac Bergmau Sun-eyor S. F. Paiker School Sup't . J. K. Hijslas Coroner. . J-IC. Rov? Astoria City Officers: Mavor . .. J. W. Hume Auditor aud Clerk .T. S. Jew ett Treasurer. J. G. Hustler Assessor. . Geo. P. Wheeler Street Superintendent Tlios. Logan Chief ot Police Claik Ijoughrey Police Judge . C. II. Stockton Sexton... . . M. Conley couxcilmfj" : (C. II. Crt; or First Ward A. A. flevelind I Isaac IiTgman IThos.l)uih. Second "Ward C. J. Tienchard ( Cu:i3. Gratke. SOCIKTY 3IKETIX. Temple Ixxlge, No. 7A.P.A.M. REGULAR COMMUNICATIONS flrstand third Tuesdas in each NS a month, at 7U o'clock, i. M.. at Hall in A-storta. Members or the bnir in good standing aro lmlted to atlfini.. Bv order ot Hie W. M. Bearer Lodge No. 35. 1. 0. 0. P. EEGULAR MEETING fcV erv Tliursdav evenlnc at seven o'clock, at the Lodgo room In Odd Fellows Hall. Asto ria. Sojourning members of the der in good standing, cordially imitcd to attend. By order X. . Ocean Encampment, No. 12, 1. O. O.P. OEGCLARMKKriXGSOF OCUAX KN IX campnu-nt Xo. 13. I. O. O. F.. at the Lodge, in the Odd Fellows Building, at seveu i. M., on the second and fourth Mondays of each month. Sojourning breth ren cord iallj invited. By order ( P. Seaside Liodge No. 12, A. O. U. W. KEGULAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W. ill be held in their Hall mer Carnahan c. Co.'s 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 bo open fifteen minutes before and after each meeting. By order M. W. C. BROWN, Uec. Afisoria LiOcUje No. 40, 1. 0. G.l. KEGULAR MEETING EVERY MON day evening at" o o'clock, in the Hall over Carnahan's store. Members of the Or der, in good standing, are !n Jted to attend. By order Y. V. T. American Leon of Honor. REGULAR MEETING OF ASTOPJA Council No. 995' is held on the first and third Tuesday of each month, at 7 o'clock r. ai. By order of the Council Commander. It. V. MONTE1TH, Sec'ty. Occident Council No. 5. 0. C. F. MEETS EVERY FIRST AND THIRD Saturdav evenings of each month, at 8 o'clock P. M". Members of the order are icspectfullv requested to attend. By order. C. BROWN, Recorder. Cushinff Post No. 14, G. A. R. REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS POST on the second and fourth Tuesdays or each month at ? :30 i. m. Visiting com rades cordlallv Invited. Bv oi der P. C. Cushlncr Relief Corps No. 3, G. A. R. REGULAR MEETINGSONTHCSECOND and fourth Tuesdays of eacli month, at 2 P. M. By order Mr.b. C. ROSS. Secretaij. Pacific Lodge No. 17, K. of P. REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS Lodge every Friday eei'lng, at 7:38 o'clock, in their Castle Hall, Sojouniiu Knights cordially lti Ited to attend. W.A.SHERMAN, K. of R. and S. Astoria Division No. One, Uniform Rank, K. of P. EEGULAR MEETING ON Till! TIRST Thursday of each mouth, in their Ar mory Hall, in 13 thlan Castlc.at 8 v. si. 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 Knights cordially incited to meetings and drills. SCOTT BOZORTII. Recorder. Astoria Ladies' Coffee Club. REGULAR MEETINGS AT THE CLUB'S rooms on the first and thhd Friday's of eaeli month at 7 P. M. Mrs. F. B. ELBEP.SON, Pros. Common Council. REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND fourth Tuesday e enlngs of eaclnnonth at 7J4 o'clock. fiSFersons desiring to have matters acted upon D3' the Council, at anj' regular meet ing must present the same to tho Auditor and Clerk, on or before the Friday evening prior to the Tuesday on which tho Council holds its regular meeting. THOS.S.JEWETT, Auditor and Clerk. GERMANIA BEER HALL FROM THE Norton Pacific Brewery Five Cents a Class. tSTXa inferior Beer sold at this place. WJI. DOCK. Proprietor. G.A. STINS0N & CO., BLACKSMITH1N6. At Capt. Rogers old stand, comer of Cass . and Court Streets. Ship and Cannery work, norseshoelng. Wagons made and repaired. Good work guaranteed. For Sale. k BRAND NEW COLUMBIA RIVER Fishing Boat. Apply 10 K. si. LEATHERS. P0WD This jowder nover varies. Amanvl of uurltv, strength a-id whWeonenes. More economical th-in the -rJinar k.nd3. and nncot lie sold in ecmpe'ition with the mul titude ot low test snort weight, alum or nhosphate powders. Sold onlu In cans. Ilov Xl Baking Powder Co.. iw Wali-st. N. Y. MARKETS. WYATT & THOMPSON. DFAI.ERS IN FRESH AND CURED &SEAT3, CHOICE GR0CEEIES, PROVISIONS. (.'rockory aiul Glassware. STAR MARKET. WHERRY & G0KPANY, Fro.sb and Cured bleats, FRUITS. BUTTER, and EGGS. OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOT1 1 CHK.VA3IVS S:rcet. Astorin, 2 Washington Market. 3Intn Street, - Atnrln, Oivgon. ih:k;ma.s a co.wjorwir.TOiis RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN ' tion of the public to the fact that the above Market vk ill alwajsbesupplledv.ith a FULL VARIETY AND BEST QUALITY FRESH AKD CURED MEATS I ! Which will be sold at lowest rates, whole sale and retail. SrSccial attention ghen to supptying shii". Notice of Application. ftTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Lx iinder-Ign',d Intends to apply to tho common council of the city of Astoria at its next regular meeting, for a license to sell wine, malt and spirituous liquors in 1-ss quantities than ono quart, for A period of (Uic3eariu the building, situated on lot 4, block 125. iu Shivel.'s Asters. JOHN JOHNSON. Astoria, Aprsl I0t:i. 1935. Notice of Application. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE undiIzncd Intend t apply to Un common council of the cltj of Astoria- at It next regular meutmtj, for a license to sell ulnc.malt and spit iutousliqu rs:n lessnuai: tiiies than ono (inart. for a perjod of one vcar. Iu the building situated ou lot 7, block K, iu MiCluie's Asioila. MCCORMICK & GRAVE'. Astoria, April Hth. 1S35. W. E. DEMENT & CO. ASTORIA, OREGON Carry In Stock, CHEMICALS, TOILET and FAHGY ARTICLES. Prescriptions carefully Compounded Boat Building. THE BEST STOCK AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. Boats of Every Description Suilt. Shop over Anidt S-TerchenV. IT. jr. T.K ITIIEltS. FISHERMEN'S OUTFITS. " OIL SKINS, Gum Boots. Overalls. Shirts. Etc. AT Phil. A. Stokes, Next door to Foaid & Stokes store, is head quarters for Clothing at Bottom Figures. EverthisiR bought here cstanuste tltohc just as represented. No old stock : e ery thins: fie'h. and NEW GOODS on eery Sfpamer. Rememher Use place. PI Hi. A. STOKES. ri-A full lino Of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS for sale at JPrlccs thnt Iefy Competition. E. Lemon & Co. STEVEDORES and RIGGERS Forllnud. and Astoria. Portland Office No. in, N. Front .treet. Sn la Sb rUXGEST PARAGRAPHS. "Am I on tho right road to the vil- lnrn?" flnninTirlrvl n tmvnlor of nn old darkev who -was "working in a field. ! "Yaas, sah."said the darkoy. Tho traveler pursued his way, but present ly returned very mad. "I say," he shouted to the old fellow, "what did you mean by tellinjf nie that I was on the right road to the villago?" ujl tol' yo' do trnf, 'deed I did," boss," replied the darkey, "but yo tuk do wrong direkshun, sah."D mice's Confessions ot a Lowell (Mass.) i jeurnalist: What was almost a plot for a good ghost story was enacted in the editorial room of this paper late one mgnt recently, une or tue stall came in in the dark and to his horror found himself confronted by astrarge rhite shape, motionle3F, but fnli of terror in its chostly phos phorescence. Starting back, he hastily struck a match, aud then at once the mystery was solved. It vas the clean towel we had given us for Christmas. "You have a, very rich soil here," remarked a tender-foot to a Dakata farmer. "Rich! "Well, I should say so. Two years ago a young man from the East came out hear. He carried a snakewood cane. He stuck it in the ground"and left it here." "I suppose," remarked the tenderfoot with a smile, "You mean to tell me it sprouted." "Sprouted! Well, I should sa' it did, and blossomed, too, "Why, last year I killed ten bushels of black-snakes on that patch of ground, and each one wa3 varnished aud bad a hammered silver head." iV. Y. Graphic. A Creat JH.scoverj- That U dalh bringing joj to the homes of thousand? by saving many of their dear ones from an earlj grave. Truly is Dr. King's Xew Discovery for Consumption, Coughs. Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, i lay Fever. Loss of Voice, Tickling in the Throat, Tain in Side and Chest, or any disease of the Throat and Lungs, a positive cure. Trial Bot tles free at V. 12. Dement & Voe.'-t. Drug Store. Large size 1.00. "What is the breed of your calf J" said a would-be buver to a farmer "Well," said the farmer, "all I know about it is that father gored a justice of the peace to death, tossed a book agent into the fence corner, and stood a lightning-rod man ou his head, and his mother chased a female lec turer two miles; and if that ain't breed enough to ask four dollars on you needn't take him." iV. T. Independ ent. Two Danerons Seasons. Spiing and fall arc times when so many people get sick. Tho changes in tho weather are severe or. feeble persons, and even those naturally strong are apt, as they say, "to be feeling misorahle.1 Then they are just in condition to be struck down ith some kind of fever. A bottle or two of Parker's Tonic will invigorate the digestion, put tho liver, kidneys and blood in perfect order, and prevent mote serious attacks. Wlij snftcr, and perhaps die, when so simple a medi cine will save you? Good for both sexes and all ages. YOUXC 3IEX!-JIKAI THIS. Tni: Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall, Mich., offer to send their celebrated ELrc tko oltaic Eklt and other Elkctkic Appliances on trial for thirty days, to men (swing or old) nfllictoJ wstu nervous icbillty, loss of vitality aud manhood, and all kindred troubles. Also for rheumatism, neurahda, paraljsla. aud many other dis eases. Completo restoration to health, Igor and manhood guarantied. So risk Is in curred as thirty days trial Ls allowed. Write them at once for Illustrated pamphlet free izer is a positive cure. E. Dement. For sale by W. A bottle. Price , Nasal Injector freo with each of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy 50 cents. Sold by V. E. Dement C1T1 TREASURER'S REPORT. J. Q. Hustler Iu Account mtli the City of Astoria, fcr the Quarter Ending JIarch SI, 18S5. 1So3. OR. Jan. 1. To balance per last statement. 9.33G -13 -March 31. To amt. from sale Billiard Ta ble licenses To amt. from sale Liquor li censes To amt. from sale Pawn Brok ers licenses To amt. from sale Team li censes To amt. from sale Peel Ta ble licenses To ami. from sale Wharfin ger's licenses To amt. from sale Hotel Run ners licenses To amt. from sale auctioneers licenses To nmL from sale Lots in Cemetery To amt. from Police Court fines To amt. from sale Dog licenses " amt, from delinquent tax list '81 To amt. from board of tran sient prisoners n GO 2,000 00 25 00 ,93 32 42 GG 00 00 2GG6 200 00 8 00 258 00 750 2C5 23 22 00 Total $13,210 4S OR. March 31. By amt. Warrants paid $ 8.3G2 85 Balance on hand this day. 4,853 63 813,210 48 UAI.ANCKS. Cenietcrv Fund i58 00 General 1'und S 532 2tJ Police Fund 4,420 80 Main Street l 00 Cash 4,853 03 S 3.3S5 69 f,3S5 S9 .1. G. Hustler, Treas. Astoria, Or., March 31st, 1885. THE LATEST STYLES . WALL 'PAPER AT B. B. FRANKLIN'S, NEXT DOOR TO ASTORIAN OFFICE. A very largo Stock from which to select. Window curtains made to order. tyMy patent Trimmer to cut Wail Paper will he fonnd convenient to my patrons. Art- you made miserable by Indi sestion, Constipation, Dizziness. Loss cf appetite. Yellow Skin ? Shiloh's Vital- kSANFORD'S 1 pi fl ll 11 fl H I ilia . JUSrJr Ji, - ,- I 3 vInt lts .nainB implies ; a Purely Vegetable Compound, thai Jjectly upoa , , . line many diseases i r: curing :o that ini. portant organ, and ting the nn meroos ailments 1 arise from hi deranged orion ction, each as w VJ ' Dyspepsi Jndice, Bilionsnessj Jilttlaria, Sick-headache. etc. It is therefore s 11 To lave Good Health :he, Liver must be kept in order.' DB. SAHTOEB'3 IIVEE IN7IG0BAT0E. InviiorateJ the Liver, Rcpulates the Bow sis, Strengthens tho System, Purifies the Blood . Assists Digestion, Prevents Fevers. s a Household Need. An Invaluable Family Medicine for common complaints. D3. SAHTOEL'S UvEB DTVIGOEATOB. An experience cf Forty years, and Tltox lands cf Testimonials prote its Merit. FOK SALE BY ALT, DEALERS TS SjXDICINES For fnll information send yoar address for 101 &..-j Book onJhe Liver and Its di?casc3," t rujirono 24 duaxe st., ssw toes en "Flor de Madrid." Oh h ir f. or V. Martinez Yror & Co , I Knv Wf.st. Pla.. Feb.23.lSs5. ) We lake pleastue in announcing to the Cigar Trade of the Northwest aud California that we have this day ap pointed L. K. G. Smith of Portland, Or., our sole Agent fot the whole Pacific coast, and kindly recommend him as such to our old niicl new patrons. We guarantee that, as heretofore, all Cigar.s from our factory arc and will be made of the finest and choicest Havana Tobacco onlyand that we shalLnot fall to keep up our well established reputa tion on them. Verv respectfully, V. MARTINEZ YBOR & CO. In accepting the honor of represent ing above manufacturers, I do so with a thorough conviction and after a careful scrutiny that nothing in the Key West Havana line could be offered or pro duced superior to these woriu-rcnowneu "FLOR do MADRID." Shall be pleased to fill all orders in trusted to us for any style or size, either direct from factory from our various de pots iu California or the northwest. Responsible dealers in the interior wishing the agency in their respective towns will receive a prompt hearing by addressing T,.K. G.SJHTn. Stark and Front Sts. Portland. Depot for Astoria at L. K.G.SMITH'S Uigar Store, uiicnamus ratrecr. Tiieo. Buacker, Manager. A. V. Allen, Wholesale and RetalllDealer in MILL FEED. Glass and Plated Ware, TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. Together with Wines, Liquors,Tob2CCO,Glg2Fs WILL Cut Faster AND EASIER Than any oth er axe made. Hundreds of woodmen tes tify to its supe riority. It goes Deep and 'erer Sticks. CARNAHAN & CO.. A cents Astoria. PAltaTTOACCJOII. J.C.Truilinger 0. E. Bain & Co. Are now prepared to furnish Doors. Windows, Mouldings AND BRACKETS. Orders Solicited. Executrix' Notice. TVJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT JL haingbeen appointed executrix of the last will and testament of Conrad Boelllns?. deceased, all persons having claims against the estate of deceased should present tho same properly verified to mo at my resi dence in Astoria, uregon, wiium six momus from thi date. PIIILIPPENA BOELLING. Executrix. Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon, March 28, 1SS3. Notice of Application. NOTICE1S HEREBY GTVEN TTIAT THE undersigned intends to apply to the Common Council of the city of Astoria, for a license to sell wino, malt and spirituous Hquprs in less quantities tl.au one quart, for a period of ono year In a building front ing on Concomly street and situated on lot :!. in block 3 and known as the Fleetwood Saloon, in the city of Astoria as laid out and recorded by John McClure. L. ANDERSON, Astoria, April 23, 18S5. For Sale. SINGLE UPRIGHT MARINE ENGINE and boilers, built by Delamater & Co., New York, 210 horse pewer: Steam Donkey Pumps ; Surface Condenser ; Inde pendent air. circulating and feed pumps : tools and connections complete. For price and particulars apply to FRANK WOOLSEY, Cor. First and A sts., Portland. A.1 TV uie jL&ve nciaenri xfteYsh, I LOEB & OO. JOBBERS IN WINES, LIQUOKS, AND 5IGAK& AGENTS FORTH II Best San Francisco Houses and Eastern Distilleries. Tumblers Decanters, and AI! Kinds of Saloon Supplies. fg-All goods sold at San Francisco Prnv- MAIN STREET. Opposlto Parker House, Astoria. or.v.. -ASK FOR Union India Rubber Co.'s Pure I'.uii Gum CRICK PROOF RUBBER BOOTS. BEWARE OF ISriTATIONS ! Be sure tho boots are stamped CRACK PROOF on the heels, and have the PUUL Q Cit SPUING S on the foot and instep, which prevent, their cracking or hreaKliis We are now making them with RUBBER AND ASBESTOS Soles which will make them last more than twice as long as anv Rubber boots made. FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS . ALL KIDS KUBBER BELTING, PACK INC. HOSE, SPRINGS, CLOTHING. BOOTS AND SHOES, Etc. GOODYEAR RUBBER CO. it. ii. risAMs, jr. i Agenb, S. M. BUNYON. San Francisco. THE HENLEY CLUB SKATE NIckle Plated, Spring Steel Bottom and Steel Clamp. The HENLEY CHALLENGE SKATE, Wooden Bottom aud Leather Straps. The best and only practically scientific skates. Elegant In finish. Will turn a three foot circle sind all the wheels re.t square on the tloor. Wheels with babbit metal boxes. The leading skates in all the prin cipal Rinks. Bicycles and Trlcyclci. OSBORN & ALEXANDER. Sole Agents. Mechanics' Tools, Hardware and Machinery. C23 Market St.,opp. Palace hotel. San Francisco. Send for free catalogue and price list LOVF.YX Roller Skates. Latest and Best. Tension uy Spiral Spring. New adjustment. Used by largest Rinks. Send for circular to E. T. AT.sf.E.Y. 41G Market St., San Francbco. IMPOTENT MEN Eo they VocnjrorOId havinjr Lost those attributes ot PERFECT HANHuOD Har Reffsla (Jalclclx 3EaE3SEUJ'JE:0I, Sexual Power Procreattte Ability, BY THE USE OP iVr J.an Clelale. The Civiale Remedies. &rvt!f.'71i?!.l0S3...ntl weaoiess whetlier duo toouthfUl lolly. Abuse, or NntuiAl Failure. This treftttnr nt originated by IUtOF. Cll IAI.l5 -uuyituiuojriT Jiu-riiALin r ICAAL'Kand FREE TO ALL. J-ponipt recent T:il,?.end ?. ny earnest Inquirer our splen did Illustrated 61 paco medical vrorfc.glTintrsyniii toni j of all forms off Sexual Disease, description or this treatment, prices, testimonials and news paper endorsement. A-c. 4c Wea,re.5lj,?.aKnla tor tha new and ceitaln to cure, Seir Adjusting i.nd Glove Fitting Cvadld Compressor, for Uio thorough and radical cure without surgery, or .uro. VARICOCELE Consultation ulth fuUHedlcal StaJi; FREE. Civiala Remedial Agency, 160 Fulton St, N. Y. RESTORED The reaict that ThoittunUi cannot get curtil of SEM1XAL WEAKSCSS, LOSS OF jJ.IA J100D, and the result of abuse, disease or exeessts, it oieing to a cctnpUcahon called PROSTA TOR RUEA. LR. LIEDIG'S IXVIOORATOR u the OXLYcureforPROSTATORRUEA. Price. 2.00 per package, 6 paclnges, glO DO. Guide to Health ard Self-Analyst sent free. Adlresi LIE BIG DISPEXSARVforDtseaaTof Men. 4W Geary St.. Sun Pranrneo. Cal. Salmon Packers We are prepared to print One lb Salmon Labels of superior quality, well varnished. At $1.40 per M. Correspoitrtenco solicited. A. L. BANCROFT & CO.. 721 Market Street, San Francisco There Is No Need of My Adver tising LABEL The prod of tho pudding Ls chewing the string. Geo. W. Sanborn, Agt. HINDS, KETCHUH & CO., ASTORIA, - NEW YORK. Delinquent Tax. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE delinquent tax in School District No. 9, if not paid id ten days from dato will be placed In the hands of the sheriff for collec- 0D" MBS.M. LEINENTVEBER, Clerk School District No. 9. Upper Astoria, April 9th, 1885. tm&WEm MANHOOD "iy'y TEAXSPOIiT ATIOX LINES. Oregon Railway & Navigation COJTPASY. During tho month of April. lto. Oteart Steamers will sail from Portland to feau tranclsco, and from tan Franehto to Port land, as follows. leaMtig Altuwoilli Dock, Portland, at Midnight, and Spear Street Wharf, San Fraucisco, at 10 A. 3t. : ' From San Francisco.! From Fortlpnd. APr Apr ColBtnbia hat 1 Orc;on Snn 5 Statoof Cal ....Thur D Columbia Fn Oregon .Tn II Mate of Cal ....'Wed 13 Columbia Sua 1'J'Oreson Mon 3) JtatJofCal Kti 21,'oIumSM3 rat 23 t.;t:i Wed SStistatc of Cal Tbur") , .- , MaJ" May Coiuinbtn Jlon !l Oregon Tu 3 Through TIclcets sold to all principal cities la the United SJatt's, Cai.ada and Lurope. RAIL DIVISION. On and after Apr! 1th, 135:., Passen ger Trams w ill iVjue 1'oitlar.d lor Eastern points, at 1 :SO i. 31 . dai! . and anlve at lx 3!.,dallj-. 1 P5'im5no.P?i?c? Cars ranxsing between Port land, and St. Iaul. liZVEa DIVISION- OZhMIe Colnuiblu). Loats leave Pt-rtiand for D.ili :it 7 -.OO A . ALSO : Lea.el'ou-i 1 land for I Mon I Tu. we.lTh:s.lFrt.sar Attons and 1 J lewnr f ?.-l I !cmLia....i6A.MJKAM Lams AM SAM 1. AM "JinOi KT ; J3,Z '.Al "AMI. 5oli;;::li"AM:....! is am' 1 TAComaund benttla. daily at lilt JM .wturin aieamers ao not run handays. Loarc Astoria for Portland at C a. ta. dally et capt band ay, C. H . PR SSCOTT. .1 OHN MO It r . , t T,'XI-T,,a"er- Traf- Iannger. J. .1. LY RNE. i". a. NOYES. in P. & T. A Agent, Astoria. OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA VIA Oregon & California R. R. And t'onncetioiiH. Fare to Sdn FrancIcoS2; to Sacramento $S9 DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY'. KXSTSIDK DIVISION-. SJelvicrit I'OUTJiVAIS and ASHIjA.MV MM I, TRU LFAVi:. ARRIVE. I'oi Hand 7 :G0 a. Ml Ashland -I.M3 a. m. Ashland. 8:tp.MPortIani 1:25 P.M. - ALBANY CXPRESS TRAIN. LEAVE. ARRIVE. Portland i :00 1. M.ILebanon 9 0 p. at Lebanon A :13 a. M.lPortland... 10 ;05 A. M Pullman Palace Sleeping Car leaves Port land Mondays and Thursdavs. Returning leases Ashhuid Tuesdays and Fridays. The Oregon and California Railroad Ferry makes connection with all Regular Trains on Ristside Duision, from the loot of F St. WKSTSIDE DIVISION". Uetweeii Portlnnd and CorvnlllH MAILTIIAIX LEAVE. ARRIVE. Portland .9 :0o a. M.CorvallN...4 CO v. m. Conalhs s -JO a. M.lPortland 3 0 r.ar. nXPRESS TltAIX LEAVE. ARRIVE. Pmtland 5 :C0 1 MMeMInnille8 :00 pm McMinmllle5:i5 am! Portland 8 sMam Local tickets for sale, and bagisage checked at Company up-town oillce, comer Stark and Second stn cts. llckets for sale to all tho principal points In California, can only be procured and baggage checked, at tho Company's office. Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or. Freight will not be received for shipment after 5 o'clock p. m. on either the Eastside or WestsldeDUIsIons K. KUEHLhR, Manager. E. P. ROGERS. G. F A P. Azt Ilwaco Steal Iviption Co. SUMMER SCHEDULE. FROM ASTORIA 70 Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canby and ilwaco. Connecting by stages and steamboats for Oysterville, Montesano and Olympia STEAMER mt "gen. ura.ES," AY. P. Wiiitcomb, Master. Will leave Astoria daily (Sundays excepted) for Ft. ivens. Ft. Canby and Ilwaco, ki at 8 A. M- dervillc Malls and Express daily, li Mails to points bejond. ami Montesano, VT. T., on Mondays, "Wednesdays and Fridays. Fare to Ilwaco, $1.00 Passengers will save 25 cents by purchas ing tickets before going on board. Ilwaco Freight per Ton, - $2.00 Es?For Tickets, Towage or Charter ap ply at the office of tho company, Gray'.s wharf, foot of Benton street. .1. II. U.UKAii Agent. Astoria to Tillamook. Steamer A. B FIELD. CAPTAIN JOHN G ABRI KISON. Freight forwarded by O. R. & N. Co., marked "per .4. B. Field," will be forward ed. Freights to be delivered at Hobson vllle, Tillamook Bay, where It will bo held at shippers' risk until charges are paid. From Portland to Hobsonville, per ton, $3 From Astoria to Hobsonvllle, " " C Passengers from Astorlar................ 5 C.LETNENWEBER. STEAMER MOUNTAINEER, CAPT. E. J. MOODY, Astoria, Or., Cathlaniet, TV. T.. TVestport, Or., and Intermediate points. The Steamer Mountaineer will leave Asto ria dally, until further notice, from niiNtler's wharf, foot of Main street, at hair-past 2 o'clock P. 31., as follows : Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridajs, for CATHLaMET and Intermediate points on Wash. Ter. side will go to Westport, same days. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, for TVESTPORT and intermediate points on the Oregon side will go to Cathlamet same davs. TYillLeaTe CATHLAMET, TV.T.. for As toria, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at seTen o'clock A. 31., touehmgat all way land -incs on Wash. Ter. side, and return on same side. . Will Leave TVESTPORT, for Astoria, Or. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at seT en o'clock A. 31., touching at all way land ings on Oregon side, and return on same side. . , For Freight or Passage, apply on hoard, or to Main street Wharf. .