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Wit H gtffotfmt. ASTOEIA, OREGON: SUNDAY. AUGUSTS. 18S5 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. SAILED. Kitty. Br bV Ancnst 1 Carcarron Castle. Brbk Lirerpool August 1 VESSELS IX THE RIVER. H&idce, Br bfc W. H. Besse. Am bt Birmali, Br bit 812 Co'.oma, VESSELS OX THE WA Y. FruKi Fcrelcu Ports, for Die Columbia River Abeona Brsp9T9 Buret island Slay 12 Abercorn, Br sp 12C2 Sydey British Army, Br sp 1283 San Pedro Cormorant, Br sp 10TS Sydney Director. Br bk G79, lions Kong Dovenby, Br bk S33 Lirerpool via Victoria Durisdeer, Brsp9S9 Otaco Karl Roieberrr. Br bk 1150 Buenos Ay res Elwy, Br bk 767 Newcastle, A Firth of Strot sa, Br bk 9C0 Sydney Firth of Dortoch. Br bk W7 Liverpool Umedale, Br sp Lirerpool May 1 liightnoor. Brbk 1113 Australia Lalla Rookh. Br bk Adelaide Moltke. Gorbk 823 Liverpool rebS.". Noss Uead, Br bk 1072 S dney Kappo re. Br spl209, Victoria Primera, Br bk S97 Brisbane Portia. Br sp 1421 Port Moody Sulitelma. Brfck.'Gl, Nagaski. Singapore, Br bk 56 Buenos Ayres Tythonons, Br bk 1!S5 Sydney Victoria Bay, Brbk 1118 Sydney West York. Br bk CSS Brisbane. From American Ports. Carmarthen Castle, Brsp HOT "Wilmington Olive S. Southard. Am sp New York April 13 TIDE TALIEiE FOlt ASTOIUA. AUGUST. HIGH WATER. LOW WATER. FlnO. Second. First. Second. S 5 5 5 5f 5 5 t V Ut v. h. in. u A. m. ju h. m. ju h. in. .v 3 18a 4 12 5 18 G41 8 19 9 48 10 57 1151a 3 f0j 18 0 9 31a 10 10 10 5 0 22 1 :bi 2."S 4 OS 5 07 1 1 1 C, 23 1 2 0 8 0 3 -0 4 -10 10 18p 11 lop 11 In 1 Oa o 3 40 4 31 4 .U 5 IS 6 12 7 14 822 9 31 S8 8 8 88 88 8 9 9 0 9 2 c8iosa The hours between midnight and noon arc designated by a (a. m.), those between noon aud midnight by p (p. m.). ah. oOm.o denotes midnight, oh. 00m. v denotes noon. The height is reckoned from the level of average lower low waters to w Inch t lie sound ings are given on the Coast Survey charts. Columbia River Exports. snirsisNTS roRKiGN. JANUARY. Wheat. 8G8.837 bus G38,37l Flour, 24,838 bbls 93,252 Total, (19 cargoes) . . S731.C23 rEURUAKT. Wheat, ClC.735 bus ....$175,230 Flour, 3J.U37 bbls 152.090 Salmon, 1 1.S90 ts H).350 Lumber, DOS M 59.873 Total (IC cargoes) S747,143 HAItCIT. Wheat, 822.278 bus 5239.929 Flour, 9.237 bbls 30,950 Total, (G cargoes) $27C,879 APRIL. Wheat, 99.199 bus $ 77,000 Flour, 11.000 bbls..... . 41,000 Lumber, 900 M ..... 12,050 Total. (1 cargoes). .. $133,650 MAY. Wheat 1C9.090 bus $127,717 Flour 23, 182 bbls 90,100 Total (4 cargoes) $217,81" JUNE. 2 To IAverpoul per Allahabad. ' Flour 18,938 bbls S7j.9H2 15 To Queenstmni per jr. fr E. Cue. Wheat 02,509 43-C0 bus ?5000 15 To Cork, per San Luis. Wheat 34,970 bus S29.r.oo 20 To Liverpool per Janet ZTcXcil. Wheat C737 bus S 5.500 Salmon 10.500 cases 52,0oa 23 To Quccnsloicn, per Zamora, Wheat. G1.301 bus SlS.Ooo 29 To Liverpool, per Remonstrant. Wheat, 7.27C bus $ fi.l 81 Salmon, 30,773 cases . 183 855 JULV. 3 To Liverpool per Iladdinstonshire. Salmon. 17.690 cases...- ........ SSS.-tso Flour, 9.001 bbls..... 43.201 31 To Liverpool per Carnarvon Castle. Wheat, C.048 bus 4.89a 00 Salmon, 25,711 cs 133,555 00 lliaca Steam HaTjatioE Co SUMMER SCHEDULE. FROM! ASTORIA TO Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canby and Ilwaco, Connecting by stages aud steamboats for Oysterviile, Montesano and Oiympia STEAMER & "GEN. MILES," W. P. Whitcomr, Master. Will leave Astoria dally (Sundays excepted) for Ft Stevens. Ft. Canby and Ilwaco, at 8 A. M With Oysterviile Mails and Express daily, and Through. Mails to points beyond, and Montesano, W. T., on Mondays, "Wednesdays and Fridays. On Thursdays the "Miles" will make two round trips, leaving Astoria on sec ond trip (about 3 p. m.) 3 hours after arrival from first trip. Fare to Ilwaco, $1.00 Passengers will save 25 cents by purchas- ing tickets before going on hoard Ilwaco Freight per Ton, $2.00 '"For Tickets. Towage or Charter ap ply at the office of the company, Gray's wharf, foot of Benton street. J. H. D.GRAY, Agent. Dissolution of Copartnership. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIYEN THAT THE undersigned formerly partners doing business under the Ann name of Evensou& Andenon, have this day disolvcd partner ship by mutual consent, Martin Anderson retiring and Chris. Evenson continuing said business. Said Chris Evenson to pay all of the indebtedness of said firm find collect all accounts and moneys due or to become due it MARTIN ANDERSON. CHRIS. EVENSON. Dated the 2nd day of July, 18S5. SOCIETY 3IEETJ3TGS. Temple Lodge, No. 7A.F.A.M. REGULAR COMMUNICATIONS first and third Tuesdays In each month, at 7U o'clock, r. si., at the Hall in Astoria. Members ol the order in good standing arc invited to attend.. By order of the W.M. Bearer Lodge No. 35, L O. O. F. REGULAR MEETING EV- &$& ery Thursday evening atjjgS seven o'clock, at the Lodge525$ room In Odd Fellows Hall, Asto- ' ' ria. Sojourning members ol the order ic good standing, cordially invited to attend. By order N. G. Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. 0. 0.P. REGULAR MEETINGS OF OCEAN EN AX campment No. 13. I. O. O. F at the Lodge, In the Odd Fellows Building, at seven r. si., on the second and fourth Mondavs of each month. Sojourning breth len cordially invited. By order C P. Seaside Lodge No. 12, A. O. TJ. W. REGULAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE JtA. Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W. will be held in tlieir Hall over Carnalian & 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 be open fifteen minutes before and after each meeting. Uv order M. "W. " C. BROWN, Kec. American Legion of Honor. REGULAR -MEETING OF ASTORIA Council No. 995' is held on the first ami third Tuesday of eacli month, at 7 o'clock i. 3i. By order of the Council Commander. R. V.MONTE1TII, Sec'ty. Occident Council No. 5. 0. C. F. MEETS EVERY FIRST AND THIRD Saturday evenings of each mouth. :it 8 o'clock P. M. Members of the older are respectfully requested to attend. iy oraer. C. BROWN. Reini dr. dishing Post No. 14, G. A R. REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS POST on the second and lourth Tuesdays of each month at 7:30 p. sr. Visiting com rades cordially invited. By order P. C. Cushing Relief Corps No. 3, G. A. R. REGULAR MEETINGSONTHESECONI) and fourth Tuesdays of each mouth, at By order Mrs. C.ROSS. Secretary. Pacific Lodge No. 17, K. of P. REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS Lodge every Friday evening, at 7:30 o'clock, in their Castle Hall, Sojourning Knights cordiallv Invited to atteivL W. A. SHERMAN. K. of R. and S. Astoria Ladies' Colfeo Club. KEGULR MEETINGS AT THE CLUB'S looms on the first aud thiid Fridab of each month at 7 1. M. Mrs. F. B. ELBE51SON. It a?. Common Council. REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND fourth Tuesday evenings of each month at 7l5 o'clock. B3J1Vnons de.sii ing to have matters acted upon by the Council, at any regular meet ing limit present the same" to the Auditor and Clerk, on or before the Friday e ening prior to the Tuesday on which the Council holds its regular meeting. THOS. S. JEWETT, Auditor and Clerk. IklJrir, PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER. Water Pipes a Specialty. A Full Stock of Material on Hand. rer.oual attention given all orders, and satisfaction guaranteed. Terms !tcaionnuIe. Shop aud office on Cass street, one door above Frank Fabre's Restaurant, Astoria, Oregon. FOR TILLAMOOK! jggt. Sh A. B. Field, Capt. Gahrielson, Will leave Main street wharf t-very Satur day at S a.m., until fuithcr notice, during August. September and October. Freight per O. R.&N. Co. will connect at A;toiia. Rate from Portland and Astoria to Uooson villeSGpcr ton. Passage from AM011.1 5. Address BADOLHTS CO.. Astoria. IptaBtsMspttSlLiiis BETWEEN Portland and San Francisco. The A 1 Steel Steamer WILMINGTON Will leave San Francisco OX OXt ABOUT AUGUST :$ril. (Exact sailing date given soon,) For particulars in regard to freight and passage inquire of Z. J. HATCH. Agent, Portland, or FRANKBARNARU&CO., Sau Francisco. LIVERPOOL TO PORTLAND! BRITISH BARK Firth of Dornoch. We shall nlace thfc fino iron bark on the berth at Liverpool for August loading. Portland or Astoria shippers can obtain full particulars as to freight and insurance rates by applying to MEYER. WILSON & CO., Portland, or to WILSON. MEYER & GO . 15 Brunswick St., 1 Jvcrpool. THE HEYNEMAN PUNCH CIGAR. 5 Cents. Fully Equal to ilio Usual Uit Cigar. Try It. . .To Be Found in Astoria only at C. P. WILSON'S. The Telephone Saloon The Finest Establishment of the Kind in Astoria. Especially fitted up for the Comfort and uonveinence 01 mose who enjoy a Social Glas. The Best or Wines aud Liquors, The Choicest Cigars . Everything New and First-Class. B. t. JEFFREY, Prop'r. TUIO DlDEQInsybefomidonflIeatG60.p. 1 ilio rlirCIlRotreU&Co'sNewEpaperAd vertlslngBuroau(10SprnceSt.),whendVertLsInr contract mar tornado rorit IN NEW YORK.. 9it.SANF0RD' NViGORATOR Is just T7hat Its mm& implies ; z Purelv Vegetable 'Compound, lhai acts'directly upon the Txcr ; curing the many diseases Swideopo that un. portant organ, and piwitrag the nu merous ailments tKparise from its deranged or corsiction, bucIi as JSUCU51tlA H4i,iUUiU'-, imuu-uwa CosuyenessjTalaria, SicK-headache, RheuJaalMmr etc. ItiS therefore a TuismuhAt To Jiavc Lrood ilealtD :he, Liver must be l:epi in orrler." DS. SAKTOSD'S IIVEB IlfTIGOEATOE. Invioratea the Liver, Ecgulales the Bow si", Strengthens the System, Purifies the Blood . Assists Digestion, Prevents Fcvc rs. s a Household "Is ced. An Invaluable Family Medicine for common complaints. CH. SAOTOEFS LIVZE CT7IG0BAT0S. An experience of Forty years, and Thou sands cf Testimonials prove ik Merit. FOR SALE RY ALL DEALERS IN 5IEDICINR3 For fall jnforantion wnd yonr addrcs3 fcr I i3rnro!c on ihe "Liver nnd its dicsscs." U ' ! Bxrono ouane bt.. sew toeu ciiC MARKETS. WYATT & THOMPSON. DEALERS IN FRESH AND CURED KEATS, CHOICE GROCERIES, PROVISIONS. Crock erv tun) Glassware. 3&2JL FeodL, 3D"fco, STARMAMB1. V7SSRRY & OOEPAIJY, rcsh and Cured Meats, 7"o getafoles, FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS. OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL, CIIENTAaiUS Sirect. Astoria, Off. Washington Market. JlIainMicet, - Astoria, Oregon. i?::it;."AX 5. co.ritoi'itiiiToits KK3PECTFCLLY CALL THE ATTEN tion of the public to the fact that the above Market w ill al wsj s be supplied w ith a FULL VARIETY AND HEST QUALITY FSESH AKD CUtiED MEATS J I Which -will be sold at lowest rates, whole sale and retail . C2T Special attention given to supplying ships. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in . Provisions, MILLEEED. Glass and Plated Ware, TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. Together with Wines, Liquors,Tobacco,Gigsrs STEAMER MOUNTAINEER. CAPT. E. J. MOODY, Aktoria, Or., Catlilamct, "W. T., "Wotpcrt Or., and intermediate point. The Steamer Mountaineer will leave Asto ria dIIr, until further notice, from llut!cr' wharf, foot of Main street, at hair-iia!.t 2 o'clock P. X., as follows : XoadnTS, VTotlnesda)! and Frldayt, for oAiiijjA..ir.i aim uuermuniatc jioints on Wash.Ter.sldo-wilIgo to West port, same days. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, for Miruiii ana imermeuiaie points on the Oregon side will go to Ca'hlamet same days. Will Leave CATHLAMET, W.T., for As toria, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at seven o'clock A. M., touching at all way land incs on Wash. Ter. side, and rctuni on same side. Will Leave WESTPORT, for Astoria, Or. on TneKdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at sev en o'clock A. 3L, touching at all way land ings on Oregon side, and return on same side. For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to Main street Wharf. EXCURSION TICKETS! FROM. ASTOEIA TO PORTLAND AND RETURN For $2.50, ON THE ''TELEPHONE," Ibis holds good until September SOth, 1885 Allen. LITTLE THINGS WORTH KNOTTING. A bag of hot sand relieves neural gia. Warm borax water 'will remove dandrufE Saltsbonld be ealeu with nuts to aid digestion. Milk which stands too long makes bitter butter. Busty flat-irons should bo rubbed ! over with beeswax and lard. great Skin Cure. This repeated daily, with It resfq vnn in anr-infr fo Hiii'ta! two or three doses of Cuticuka Uesolv xi rests j ou in sewing to cnaLge FVr ,he Neu- 1;l00ll j.nrincr. to keep the J our position ireqneutly. wood cool, the perspinuion pure and unir- A hot, strong lemonade taken at Iritating. the bow eb open, i he liver and kid- bed-lime will break up a bad cold. Tough meat is made tender by ly ing a few minutes iu vinegar water. A little soda water will relieve sick headache caused by indigestion. A cup of strong coffee will remove the odor of onions from the breath. A cup of hot water drunk before weals will prevent nausea aud dys pepsia. Well ventilated bed room3 will pre vent morning headaches and lassi tude. Consumptive night sweats may be arrested by sponging the body night ly in salt water. One in a faint should be laid Hat on his back, then loosen his clothes and let him alone. A fever patient can be made cool and comfortable by frequent spong ing oft" with soda water. Cold ten should bo saved for your vinegar barrel. It sours easily aud gives color and flavor. Tp beat the whites of eggs quickly add a pinch of salt. Salt cools, and cool eggs froths rapidly. Tho hair may be kept from falling out after illness by a frequent appli cation to tho scalp of sage tea. You can take out spots from wash goods by rubbing them with the yelk of an egg beforo washing. "Whito spots upon varnished fur niture will disappear if you hold a hot plate from tho stovo over them. An Oregon City correspondent of the Oregonian sends tho following particulars of an accidental death: A fatal accident recently ocenrred in tho Eagle creek burn in Clackamas county, thirty miles- from this place. Julius C. Crints, aged about 35, a na tive of Denmark, naturalized a year ago, was carrying hi3 gun behind him, and whilo he was jumping over a log tho gun was discharged, the shoj; entering the base of tho brain, killing him instantly. This occurred about tho ISth of July. Deceased has relatives in Copenhagen, Den mark, and was evidently well known to Messrs. Therkelsen and S. P. Sor rensen of Portland. Ho was a ship and bridge builder. Dr. Parker, the coroner of Clackamas county, held an inquest, the jury returning a ver dict of accidental death. The coro ner took charge of tho effects till Judge "W. It. Whito should appoint an administrator. The remains wero buried upon tho spot. What Ton Want to Know. Everybody wants an honest answer to this simple questien: What is tho best medicine to regulate tho bowels, cure costiveness and biliousness, help digestion and give strength to the wholo system? Peoplo ask us this every day. We answer, Parker's Ton ic. It is pleasant to tho taste. All children liko it. Mothers all praise it It will save a thousand times its cost in ever' family. Editor Western Argui. YOBXG 3IENI-KKAD THIS. The Voltaic Rklt Co., of Marshall, Mich., offer to send tlieir celebrated Elec-tiio-Yoltaic Kelt and other Electkic Ai'1'I.tances on trial for thirty days, to men (young or old) afllictcd with nervous debility, loss of vitality and manhood, and all kindred troubles. Also for rheumatism, neuralgia, paralysis, and many other dis eases. Complete restoration to health, vigor and manhood guarantied. No risk is in curred as thirty days trial is allowed. Wrlle them at once for huistruled pamphlet free Benton Street Assessment. NOTICE is hereby given that tho as sessment made by ordinance No. 801) of the city of Astoria, which ordinance passed the Common Council of .said city on the 2:srd day of June, 1883, and was approved on the 13 day of July, 1833, for tho improvement of .Benton street m the city of Astoria as laid out and recoided by John McCIure, from Seventh street to the water front as provided 03- ordin ance No. 77.1 of the citj" of Astoria, which ordinance passed the Common Council of said city on the 2Sth da of April, 1883, and was approved on the 2ith day of April, 1883, is now due and payable at the ofiice of the City Treasurer in U. S. gold or silver coin, aud unless paid within live days of the expiration of this notice, viz. Thursday, August 7th, 1883. the Common Council will order warrants issued for the collection there of. The assessment is as follews: E. C. Crow, SK lot 4, block 7, 23 feet. 4.23. E. C. Crow, lot 5. block 7, 100 feet. $17. C. Ualtis, lot 4. block 10. 100 feet, $17. II. B. Parker, lot 3, block 10, 100 feet, 17. United States, lot 4, block 23, 100 feet, 17. United States, lot 5, block 23, 100 feet, S17. Cla'sop County, lot 4, block 23, 100 feet, S17. Clatsop Countj. lot 3, block 28, 100 feet, 17. Geo. Flavel, lot 4, block 41. 1C0 feet, Geo. Flavol, lot 5, block 41, 100 feet ' Estate C.Boelling, lot 4, block 48, 100 feet, 3.(3. Estate C. Boelling, lot 3, block 48, 100 feet, $3.U3. Estate Mary A. Gnn , S lot 1, block 8, 23 feet, S4.23. Estate Mary A. Gray, lot 8, block 8, 100 feet, 17. . Mrs. 11. A. Forth, lot 1, block !, 100 feet,Sl7. J. W. Gcarhart, lot 8, block 9, 100 feet, S17. C. L. Parker, lot 1. hlock24.100 ft, 17. Estate A. B. Ilichardson, lot 1, block 27, 100 feet, S17. A. Montgomerj-, lot 8, block 27, 100 feet, 17. Geo. Flavel, lot 1, block 42, 100 feet, V Estate M.M.Gillmau, lot 8, block 42. 100 feet, 5.G3. Job Boss, lot 1, block 47, 100 feet, 17. G eo. Flavel, lot 8, block 47. 100 feet, 17. J. F. llalloran, lot 1, block 73, 100 feet, ci G. C. Flavel, lot 8, block 73, 100 feet 17. 1 By order of the Common Council. Attest: T.S. Jewett, Auditor and Clerk. Astoria, Oregon, July 17th, 1883. ECZEMA n$ Every Species of Itch ing and Burning Diseases Positively curea. T7CZEMA. or Salt Rheum, with its age All tnf ltililnfr nml linmlii"- Ins'nntlv onlz- rc -ini :i tiniie anniication of Ccticuka. the l.A..A.l !. .n. 1,1. yi-1,1. f',.,rt,,i in .w.....w ...... v. .....r., .- iipvn active, will snecdilv cure Eozenuu Tet ter. Ringwo'in. Psoriasis. Lichen, lTurit us. Sea 1 He:ul. Dandruff, and every snecirs of Itcniug. Scaly anil Pimply J Illinois of thi'j scalp ami jKin.i:en 'in- ncsi pnyscians: al! known rem hIIks fail. Will UrKnuala S3 1 2 Dearborn St. Oil ftiuo.gr ttiu! acknowledge u '-n-c i.i rc 7enn. isrS.i't I'.heum. on h-:n!. .. f ., armsu'il ics- :oretn'f!s a : i-.i:iui, to wait exeunt on !ian s . ii.: ki:cc fcri eneye.ir: notab'e to !:! lihu-clf fur eight year : incii uuuiire J '!! u : : '"wr pnuiiiuicd liUciM1 Ii !i''e. : -uni-itiv cured in Ci'tutua ! sou NT('j"cl i uri fln internally :mi i ( i: ami ( in ni.w So ! (ihe r-:: - I-i - i -t .!cr a ly. 1 :s. n-:ui-hf.! .0j .!:) r.!i-l:itPSt. Boston. nj orts a . m- . rrzt-ui.i wni'e- h!x obiorvatin f-i lei :tr. chlcii cover, d tho patient's liiMly :yid litnliN. jn-d to wind: :' xmuvn mcth.ii.'Tof irvitiu-t:t h l been ap plied wiUio'.i l-fi cfii. whl.-h wL completely cundsiilch n tli- Ci'r(fK lKMKniKS, leaving ac'caii and hcu'thj i . 3Cr. Aoltu Thirl. Wilki-s'-arrc. IV.. writes : UI have st:ff.-rcd with SaU Uluum for over cishl jir .at Inie-i i Ivit that ! con'd not attend to n, j luwiiics.-) f: r w ! ar a time Throe boxes of Cvrru x:tt and f.mr ImiUIox RKMi.VKTliai entirely cured me if tilts dreadful di e.e " S.il.1 bvall Draggles. Trice: C'itulmia. jO.; Uksolvbxt. SIOO; Soai, 25. P.e paredby the Pettei: Hiirc: am Ciikm icai.Co., lio.ston. Mass. DC AIITIFY the Complexion and S-kJn D Lr U by i-ng ihe Clticui: v Soap. "TIRED AXD ACHIXG HUSCLES. crjing through countless nerves for rest and rrrn relief. Like manna to the children ratm of Israelis the cuticuba Pls "CJpT tku to the tired, overorked, , yi aching inuscl'. Donotdenyyour fe. WfAtit the comfort afforded ny tills 2izfifinew, original and speedy antidote to pain and iullnmm: tl n. Atdmgzist:.2.'e.: Ave for SI 00. Mailed free. fetTKi: Dnuc AND ClIKJII CAL CO., IJOstOll. SAN FORD'S RADICAL CURE FOR CATARRH vnuii.MazrLAmcrlranl'incfaundaFlr, 3Iar!god, nnd Clot cr I'losHnms. A sincic dose of Nanford's Jtadlcnl Cnrc instantly relieves the most violent Sneezing or Head Colds, clears ihe Head as by magic, stops watery discharges from the Nose and Eyes, prevents Ringing Noiies in the Head, cures Nervous Headache, and subdues Chills ami Fevers. In Chronic Ca tarrh it cleanses tnc nasal passage of foul mucus, restores tho senses of smell, taste, and hearing when affected, frees the head, throat, and brouchial tubes of offensive matter, sweetens and purities the breath, stops the cough, and arrests the progress of Catarrh toward Consumption. One bottle Radical Cure, one box Catarrh al Solvent and Sanford's Inhaler, all in one package, of all druggists for St.00. AsK for Sanfoud's Radical Cure. Potter l)i ns and t'licmlcnl Co.. Ko.lun. t m- Fortucrohcfandn-o fiL.L-llICSvenUon. UielnsmutU LiV.T- ---.-O Is a nTillni.oriihcuimi- VOLTAIC tlHii. Neuralgia, ocia'I- aa ca.cougns. cotus, weak Hack, Stomach, and l'owrIs,Shcotlng Pains, Numbness. Ujstcria, Female Pains. PalniLa- ELECTRIC tion. DysiH-ifeia. Uver pASttfcsv Plaster fan EIcctrL uomiuaini. imious re fer. Malaria, and Eni- demics. use Collins' Plaster (an Electric nailery combined with a I'orom Plaster) and laugh at pain. 23c. everywhere. Washington Street Assessment NOTICE is hereby given that the as sessment made by ordinance No. 815 of the city of Astoria, which ordinance passed the Common Council of said city on the 14th day of Julv, 1SS3. and was approved 011 the 13th day of JuIy,lS83, for the improvement of Washington street in the city of Astoria as laid out and recorded by John McClure, from Astor street to the water front as pro vided by ordinance No. 771 of the city of Astoria, which ordinance passed the Common Council of said city on the 28th day of April, 1S83, and was approved on the 29th day of April, 1883, is now due and payable at the ofiice of the City Treasurer in IT. S. gold or silver coin, aud unless paid within five days of the expiration of this notice, viz. Tuesday. August 11, 1883, the Common Council will order warrants issued for the col lection thereof. The assessment is as follews: Astoria Packing Co., lot 4, block 3, 100 feet, 517. J. F. Taylor, lot 3, block 3, 100 feet, 17. J. Q. A. Bowlbv, lot 4, block 12, 100 feet,Sl7. C. L. Parker, lot 5. block 12, 100 feet, 17. Lillian Crosby, lot 4, block 21, 100 feet, 17. Alfred Crosby, lot 3, block 21, 100 feet, 17. Estate of J. G. Goe, lot 4, block 31, 100 feet, S17. F. Sherman, lot 3, block 30, 100 feet, 17. 51. Nowlcn, lot 1, block fi. 100 feet, 18. M. Nowlen, lot 8, block C, 100 feet, 18. Morris Wise, lot 1, block 11, 100 feet, v G.ll. Elliott, lots, block 11,100 feet, 18. Lillian Crosby, lot 1 block 22, 100 feet, v Alfred Croshv, lot 8, block 22, 100 feet, 18. G.W.andA.E. Boss, lot 1, block 29, 100 feet, 18. Estate of C. Boelling, lot 8, block 29. 100 feet, 18. By order of the Common Council. Attest: T. S. Jewett, Auditor and Clerk. Astoria, Or., July 23. 1883. GERMANIA BEER HALL iFXKraa biehesb. FROM THE Norton Pacific Brewery Five Cents a Class. ES'-No inferior Beer sold at this place. W.W. BOCK, Proprietor, RARRniiR' - i 8H I E5S f a I vi a n S Eru I ristfJ HV II f Iril I 18 9 HhII pii 1 111 1 iSS UtlUO B2 s3 ts t 3 S a c30 r 3 1 S 35 b I 8 wail B Sua Saw CSK 38aa s iSSKS8a F. WJ S35k ygS tiiADN "SliausburnjreSChma 7 GRAND PRIZE PARIS 1878. THEY HAVE BEEN AWARDED HIGHER PRIZES AT THE VARIOUS International Hposiiions THAN THE (J0CDS OF ANY OTHER THREAD MANUFACTURERS IX inn WORLD. Quality can Always be Depended on ! Exjerieneei Fisliermen Ds HENRY DOYLE & CO.. 517 and 519 Market Street, AGENTS .FOft Seine Twines, Eope and Setting Constantly on Hand. loeb &( (! JODUEUS IN WINES. LIQUOKS. ANT) CIGAK&I AGENTS FOR THE ! Best San Francisco Houses and Eastern Distilleries. Tumblers Decanters, and AH Kinds of Saloon Supplies. r3All goods sold at Fan Francisco Pjice3. MAIN STREET. OpK-Mte Parker House. Astoria. 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