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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. FRIDAY EVENING. AUGUST S). 1C07.
FLYING FISH FOR
vegian Steamer Transit
. . Brings .'' Strange Talc
J - From Indian Ocean.'
IS HERE WITH CARGO
OP HIGH CLASS COAL
Completes ' Ran -From Karatiu,
Japan, to Columbia IUver In 20
. Days, Vhich Is Remarkable Tlmo
for Vessel of .Iler Sixe.
vln fish are fins eating My the Of
fleer and crew of tha Norwegian
steamer Transit ana mejr ouiui ie
: in... h.uu thT had them served
for breakfast for more than a wee
. whUe plowing the blUows of the Indian
; ocean. .The Transit arrived here last
' night from Karatsu, Japan, with a cargo
nt ft rnnnlintil to tne Paclflo coast
jtlay. Her orricers ana sailors rt
. 1 1 ik AcAmon M r A 1 ' h 1 nttMA
uni1 lunanoM - -
"we oaa jusi come oui ui in. di
t canal," said, one of the officers, "and
' wnra nmneoillnar alnna at a nice rate
,of speed, bound for New Ch wans,.
China, with a cargo of perarrine from
.'New York, when suddenly -we ran Into
.m .nrm nf flvln fiaiiJS Hundreds ' Of
them leaped or soared across the deck
tne steamer ana mey came wim uuu
ce that those tnat couiaea wun m
ck or masts fell to the deck stunned.
averaged about nine incnes in
'lenKta. and were In the best of'condl-
t -Vor the sake of satisfying his cur
iloslly the cook, prepared a couple as
he would have prepared mackerel and
'ho discovered that thsy were fine eat;
! Ing. V"e' tnat w8 had flying fleh fried
broiled and boiled every morning until
we passed out' of what appeared to ue
. theii- sOie. The meat had an excellent
; flavor, and I believe It wouia pay 10
4 tart an xnMlltion to' catch and can
flying f IshTJfrux amouut. of them are
l to be had In thewfilan ocean and the
beauty of It is that ail you have to do
;ls to sail up In the swarm with your
vessel, heave to, and let them come
: on board. It wouldn't take long to
fill several hundred barrets, ana mci
. dentally a cargo. .
' "No It would not do to shoot them.
i Thev flv too fast for an ordinary
marksman. In fact they are so speedy
that .one can hardly see them going
tthrouita the air. Owing to tbia fact
several or our crew . were mi unw
'. pectedlr by fish aa they came shooting
through space like arrows from a mon
( ater bow' -i .
t The Transit made the run from Japan
in the Columbia river in exactly 20 days
which Is considered remarkable time for
a vessel of her aixe. In this connection
Is might be said that she Is the smallest
' tramp steamer ever to cross the ocean
'for this port, her net register being
. but 1,057 tone. - flhe'was built In Fred
'.rlketad. Norway, and launched It
months ago, so this In her first voyage
srouna xne earcn. Aiiiumin yuuus, un
.little tramps has been -through many
and varied experiences and at the same
. From Frodrlketad the steamer went
i to Nowport, Kn gland, and loaded coal
for Havana, 8ne waa held five months
I at' Havana as a reault of the revolu-
tlon there after having made three trips
: to VensueU. in the cattle trade. The
terer escaped from Havana In order to
' save his life which" was being eought.by
' the revolutionists. '
lMttr the Transit wai 'ngataa to
oerry horses from New Orleans to
Havana and then she- was chartered by
the Panama Lumber company of New
.Orleans to take a cargo of lumber" to
Colon for the construction contractors.
.' While at Colon she-dipped the colors to
. TMIH.nt RAA.nv.lt1. ' nartv. .That waa
Ift March of this "year and" then she
some time until sent 'to New York with
' a cargo of sugar. From New York the
.course led to China, Japan and this port.
The Paclflo Coast company Is not
.'.Certain whether the cargo wilt be de
livered here or at Seattle, and the ques--:
tlnn will not ha settled until the rnm-
Tvnys Seattle representative arrives
here this afternoon. The cargo was
-originally Intended for Portland but
' before the steamer arrived orders are
said to have been left with the pilots
i off the" month of the river to notify
, the captain1 to proceed to Puget sound.
Captain Thomaaen says he did not re
ceive anv aucn orders anrt nance came
ud the river last night. The vesael is
tf .nollAv In Ih. pa m ,H,ltln.
'. It waa stated this afternoon that the
. cargo will probably be discharged here
although It constats of steam coal, for
which there Is said to be comparatively
,. a smaii oemana nere. nunougn last win'
ter severer large steamers were eom-
f-lled to go north for bunker coal to
ike them across the I'aollio after bay
ing been supplied vwUa freight at this
port. . :'
MORE VESSELS FIXED.
Exporter of Grain Pick Up Carriers
at Lively Rat.
Another bunch of carriers were char
tered yesterday afternoon and this
morning to load products of the fields
and forests at this port during the next
two er three months. Prominent among
them la the Ilrltlnh steamer Inveran,
taken by Frank Waterhouse Co. to
carry a full cargo of general freight to
north China ports. She wii be here In
October after the Tymerlo, which waa
chartered some time ago. The Inveran
Is now bound for Port Los Angeles
from Newcastle, Australia. .
Other vessels-taken were the French
barks Sully and General de BolsdelTre
and the British ships bt. Mlrren, Dum
friesshire and Brablocb. The last men
tioned will probably be loaded . on
Puge sound. These .vessels are ail
bound for this coast with cargoes, so
they will net their owners a pretty good
prod tavls year. J
At '4 he rate vewsels are being picked
up for grain loading It will not be long
before every vessel bound this way will
be engaged for a return cargo. Several
of the vessels now fixed are booked to
bring cargo to ports In California and
then to come north for wheat. 'Among
these is the British ship Dumfriesshire,
reported chartered this morning. She
Is bringing a general cargo from New-castle-on-Tyne.
The Portland 4 Aalatlo ' Steamship
'company received word last night from
San Francisco to the effect that the
British steamer Kalomo, of S.208 tons
net register, will be here next month to
assist the regular liner In handling the
Immense orders for wheat and flour for
the orient. The big freighter reached
Ban Franolsco yesterday from Australia.
MARIXB INTELLIGENCB ' !
Don't miss your boat to the
. potter, leaves Portland,' 'Ash
street dock,' ; ' "
' . i ' : .-.'
- Saturday, August 31, 1 p. m.
Tickets at City Ticket Office,
Third and Washin gton-streets.
I "thsv aoery eaaoa aa ouiok" I
Beve'OJaeewr' eyelet tmttnabnlea.
I A Buy le bauoe, Bwoag to hold, U )
eio. F.ret ace, ' 'J
TKT,N.V. ' , I
f la lJ
Segvlai Zlaers Saa to Arrive.
Breakwater, Coos Bay Aug.-SO
City of Panama, San Francisco. Aug. 1
Bedondo. Seattle Sept. I
Arabia, orient ....Sept 1
O. W. Klder, San Pedro and way, . Sept. I
Johen Poulsen, Ban Francisco. .Sept. I
Alliance,. Coos Bay ...Septi
Costa Rica, San Francisco. ..... .Sept. I
Roanoke, San Pedro and way ..Sept. 10
R, D. Inman, Saa Francisco. .. .Sept. It
Alesla, Oer. ss ...........Bept 1
Nicomedls, orient... October 1
Numantla, orient Oct. St
me gala XJaera to Depart.
Numantla, orient. ........ ......Aug. II
Alliance, Coos Bay. . . .Aug. II
Breakwater. .Coos Bay- ,,.Sept I
R. D. Inman, Saa Francisco Sept. I
City of Panama, San-Francisco. .Sept. I
Renondo, Seattle and way Sept. I
O. W. Elder, San Pedro and way. Sept. I
Costa Rica, San Francisco Sept.
Johan Poulsen, San Francisco... Sept. 1
Roanoke, San Pedro and way... Bept. 11
Arabia, orient. ............... .Sepu II
Aleala, orient Sept II
Nloomedla, orient .. ....... .....Oct. II
' Teaaela ia orl. - "
5 ola, Br. sh. .Elevator dock
algonar, Br, ah Columbia No. I
Bee, Am. sch. ...Willamette LAS. Wks
Conway Castle. Br. bk Greenwich
Slam, Or. sh Portland . Lumber Co.
Alliance. Am. str. -. Drydock
King Cyrus, Am. sch.. Standard Box Co.
Beulah, Am. sch....... Astoria
Vlncennes, Fr. bk. .....Columbia No.
North King, Am. tug ..Astoria
Antelope, Am. sch ..... Foot of Lincoln
Churchill, Am. sch. ........... .Astoria
Numantla, Oer. str .Alaska
Queen Alexandra, Br. atr. ,. . ..Llnnten
St Nicholas, Am. ah Astoria
Alverna, Am. sch St. Johns
St. Loula, Fr. bk.. Pacific Coast bunker
Lakme, Am. atr W'estport
Compeer, Am. sch ...Aetorla
Btrathness, Br. as.. Portland Lumber Co,
North Btar, Am. tug.,., Astoria
Americana, Am. sch. Vancouver
Osrdiner City. Am.-bktn. .....Drydock
Alice McDonald. Am ach. ....... Astoria
Aurella. Am. ss , Westport
Col. de Tlllebols Muriel, Fr. bk.. Aetorla
Daisy Freeman. Am. aa..rj&aav west.
Honolpu, Am. sch Astoria
R. D. Inman. Am. str... ,i .Oceanic dock
Transit, Nor. str... .......Stream
Oliver J. Olsen, Am. soh .Astoria
Asuncion, Am. ss .Portsmouth
.--".' Sambev' Carrlera Ba Boate.
Thomas L. Wand, Am. str. Ban Francisco
Coaster, Am. str. Saa Francisco
Sutle M. Plummer. Am. ach. ..Quay mas
Wasp, Am. atr ......Ban Francisco
Lettltla, Am. sch.. ...... Saa Francisco
Berlin, Am, sh. Nushagak
Wrestler, Am. bktn.; ...... ..Saa Pedro
Annie M. Campbell. Am. ach.........
Olsndals, Am. sen. .....San Francisco
Mabel Oale. Am. sch. . J . . .San Francisco
Andy Mahoney. Am. ach. .San Francisco
Cascade. Am. str. Ban Francisco
Bnlvador. Am. sen. .....San Francisco
W. F. Germs, Am. ach. ...San Pedro
Virginia, Am. sch. ...Port Los Angeles
Ba Boats With Cent eat aad OeaeraL
Bucclauch, Br. ah. Hamburg
Brenn, Fr. bk.. Hull
Europe, Br. bk-.'.j. Antwerp
Oenevleve Mollnoa, Fr. bk. London
Rene Kervller. Fr. ah Hamburg
Laenneo. Fr. ah.. ............. .Swansea
Le Plller, Fr. bk .London
Martha Rous, Fr. bk. Hamburg
Mosamblque. Br. ab Newcastle, fi
Samoa, Br. bk Shields
Thiers, Fr. sh. Newcastle. B.
Marechael Turrene, Fr. bk.... Hamburg
Vllle de Mulhouse, Fr. bk Antwerp
Ouetbary. Fr. bk., ..Antwerp
Plerrl Lot!, Fr. bk....... Antwerp
Wslden Abbey, Br. sh.;. Antwerp
aienesslln, Br. sh ..Aptwerp
Versailles. Fr. bk. Letth
General de Boladeffre. Fr. bk ..London
General de Necrler. Fr. bk...... London
Bayard. Fr. bk.. ....Antwerp
Vllle de Dijon. Fr. bk. ........ .Antwerp
Alio Merle, Fr. bk.. ......... .Antwerp
Eugene Rergatene, Fr. bk..... .Antwerp
H. Haekfleld, Or. bk ......Honolulu
Arctic Stream. Br. sh Rotterdsrn
Crown of India, Br. bk ..Antwerp
Cornll Bart. Fr. bk Antwerp
Jtilea Gomtnes. Fr. bk ..... . .Rotterdam
Edward Detallle. Fr. bk. .... .Antwerp
', Coal Bhipa Ba Boats.
Belen. Fr. bk .Newcastle, A.
C.laverdon, Br. sh.,.,...,, Newcastle, A,
Wlllscott. Am. bk. ...... .Newcastle, A.
Port Patrick, Br. sh...., .Newcastle, A.
St. Mlrren, Br. sh Newcastle, A.
Crlllon, Fr. bk. ......... .Newcastle, A.
Ardencralg, Br. bk... Newcastle. A.
Eugene Schhelder,' Fr bk. Newcastle, A.
Buffon, Fr. bk Newcastle, A.
Castle Rooka Br. sh.,., Sydney, A.
Redhlll, Br. sa. ....... ..Newcastle, A.
Knight Templar, Br. aa. .Newcastle, A.
Tymerlo, Br. str..,. Newcastle, A.
Henry Villard. Am. str.. .Newcastle. A.
Thordla Nor. mtr Morovan. JaDan
Homeward Bound. Am. bk.Newcastle. A.
Tramp Steamers Ba Bouts.
Eva, Oer. ss.... Hakodate. Japan
Else. Nor. ss ;.. .San Francisco
African Monarch, Br. as. ........ .Japan
Jethou. Nor. as. ........ .Ban Francisco
Inveran, Br. as. ...... .fort uom Angeies
OU Steamers Baa,
Atlas. Am. str ....Ban Francisco
Maverick. Am. ss. Ban Francisco
. Bn Boate to ta4 Orain.
Osel, Fr. bk Puget Sound
Turgot. Fr. bk. Puget Sound
Mlltonburn, Br. bk Santa Rosalia
Dumflreahlre, Br, sh..Port Los Angeles
Bully, Fr. bk... .San Francisco
; ALOXQ THE WATERJROIVT
The steam schooner R. D. Intnsn dis
charged a lot of general freight at Oak
street dock last night and then shifted
to Oceanlo dock to load wheat for Ban
The Norwegian etesmer Transit which
arrived from Japan last night waa In
company with the liner Minnesota for
several hours on August 21 off the
Aleutian Islands. The Minnesota had a
herd time to pnaa the email tramp, so
the Officers report.
The sohooner Oliver X Olson, which
arrived at Astoria yesterday, ia under
charter to E. T. Williams A Co. of this
city, to toad a cargo of lumber for Quay
mas, Mexico. She will rerelvs her
cargo at mills on the lower Columbia.
There are twTi-e as many veaacls
bound for this port at the present time
aa for Puget sound, the total tonnare of
venaeta bound for Portland from foreign
ports being 19.201, while the correspond
ing tonnage bound for Puget sound la
40.201 tons. .
The UrlUsh steamer Kedbiu left New-
- . -
IDS BIOS MA BE 0WSB MI Mtf OMY,ILfiK?. DiYL'
SHARP REDUCTION SATURDAY IN
PAY 23 FOR THE 35e
A magnet aura, to draw hun
dred! of Hosiery buyers who
. appreciate great values.. to
this store tomorrow. Come
and share in this offering
Ladies' fancy - lisle thread,
full fashioned Hose, with
double heels and toes, charm
ingly embroidered in pretty
silk materials; all size to
choose from; best regular 35c
valuea in the city. Special.
Saturday it, OQr
Yonr Shopping Done FREE
GOLDEN EAGLE ADOPTS UNIQUE
PLAN FOR BENEFIT OF OUT-OF-TOWN
PATRONS. . ; .
We have organized an expert corps of ex
perienced shoppers who are under thtj di
rection and supervision of the stors adver
tising department and have placed It at the
FREE disposal of all who cannot come to
the store and are obliged to order by phone
or through the mail. By this means out-of-town
folks will be enabled to sfaaro fa all
special sales the same as our thousands of
home patrons. Whatever your need, be it
either among the staple gooda and standard
priced things, or in lots specially priced on
the bargain tables, write or phone to the
GOLDEN EAGLE MAIL ORDER DEPT.
and your shopping will be done absolutely
FREE by store shoppers trained to the
work. '. '
A STIRRING SATURDAY SALE OF
Domestics and Damasks
See how you save. We especially urge
housekeepers' attention to these very un
usual special values for Saturday buyers:
V 90c TABLE DAMASK. 5&V
58-inch Table Dajnask, in 2. V and 3-yard
lengths; big value at 90c the yard; CQ.
special at ., .Ue7C
' 75c "SILENCE1!. CLOTH, 60V
Good, heavy Table Felt, for use under the
tablecloth, as above; a fine value CQ
t 75c; special at ....Ve7l
$1.00 BATTING, COMFORTER SIZE,
A fine, pure white Batting, in full comforter
aire, all iflTme piece, dollar value; OQ
special at ...;......Oe7t
$125 BLANKETS, 8 '$
Splendid heavy gray Blankets, extra larg
as above. ' . . ; . '. .
. U-23 COMFORTERS,' 9Sf .
Warm,' but not of a burdensome weight,
good patterns and soft, warm filling, dur
able covering, nicely quilted. Splendid for
camping, for the hop yard or the home.
An unusual value at $1.25; . QB
special at , ....JOC
' 10c MUSLIN, 8 1-3 J.
36-inch Unbleached Muslin, as above. -
20c PILLOW SLIPS. 1 2-3. : ,
Size 42-36-inch Pillow Slips, nicely hem-'
stitched; special as above, the , 3
20c values for 1U3C
50c LINEN TOWELS, l.
Here's something that should bring hosts
of thrifty housewives to the Towel sale to
morrow. We offer for our patrons an extra
large,tall linen Towel, with colored borders,
hemstitched and with fringed ends plenty
for all day selling; splendid 50c 1Q
values, special at l7i.
SPECIAL SALE OF
SATURDAY IN THE FAMILY
LIQUOR SUPPLY STORE.
On Saturday we shall offer choice of
any roart bottle of Cali
fornia Wine in the house;
regular 35c value, special
a . ...
IRI ALL MPMTM1EOTS
EVERYTHING Iff THE HOUSE SHARPLY REDUCED
Supply your every need for Sunday and Labor Day Closed all day
Monday. Whafs the use spending a dollar elsewhere for goods
we sell, when absolutely every article in this store is sold at a cut
price on Saturday? , Isn't it foolish to go to other stores and pay
more money for your merchandise than we ask? Think it over
And well meet you at the "GOLDEN EAGLE" TOMORROW.
Everything for Eveiybodyv'AH the Time, at a Little Leu Than
Anybody Can Buy Anywhere Else at Any Time
THE SHOES ffi
Saturday Shoe buyers will read these newsy
bargain items with avidity. Such savings
as these paragraphs contain should bring
hundreds to the store to be shod, before fall
rains set in. Read: .
WOMEN'S OR MEN'S $5.00 SHOES AT
. , . 1.8. y. ,,v
A big choosing to pick from of the famous
"White House" Shoes, all sixes end all
leathers, dress or street shapes, new lasts,
swagger styles for men or women; reg
ular $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00ysJues, QO
special lor .J,.....Pee7U
.... . $25 SHOES FOR BOYS, f 1-38.
A collection of odds and endments of lots,
containing nearly every size-, in patent
leather, box calf and guaranteed vici kid
stock; a sweeping clean-up in the d OO
boys' lines; regular $2.25 value for.epI.OO
WONDERFUL SALE OF MISSES' AND
. CHILDREN'S SHOES.
Every wanted style in girls' and boys' foot
wear is included in this sale. It is a foot
wear event of, wonderful scope and em
braces most extraordinary values. A chance
to ahoe the youngsters for school at the
biggest sale of genuine bargains in shoes
ever known to Portland fathers and moth
ers. Be sure to see these items:
$1.73 VALUES MISSES' AND CHIL
DREN'S SHOES, f 1.05
Misses' Kid Shoes, lace or button styles,
low or spring , heels, light or heavy soles,
over 40 lines, embracing that number of
new and popular styles: extraordinary
value at $1.75; extra special J QtJ
$1.50 VALUES CHILDREN'S SHOES,
We've rounded up all the endments and
oddments of tfie $1.25 and $1.50 grades now
remaining, several styles of patent leather
shoes, lace or button styles, sues up to As.
Every wanted leather; values to . Q
$1.50, all go at, pair ..,...rr...v7i.
MANUFACTURER'S SPECIAL SALE
; OF SAMPLE
VALUES TO $1.25, SPECIAL SATUR
. DAY AT 48e. . ' '
Our eastern buyer met opportunity face to
face the other day when he was offered and
acooped in the entire sample line of a fa
mous maker of - Ladies' Back Combs at
about 50c on the dollar. Every quality and
popular style, all newest designs, in shell
and amber, plain and with beautiful aettings
of brilliants, and . rare stone imitations;
values from 75c to $1.25, special AQ
Saturday at .................... ....IOC
90c SET KNIVES AND FORKS, 5f
A line of Knives and Forks, polished tem
pered steel blades, triple pinned cocobolo
handles; worth 90c; special, . i CO
a e eFf
. 25c "AETNA BREAD OR CAKE
A line of Bread. Cake or Meat Knives, 10
inch blade, polished buck handles, will cut
hot or cold bread without tearing or break
ing the loaf; made of the very best refined
and polished tempered steel; regular Q
value 25c, special, each Jt7C
GOOD KITCHEN KNIVES FOR 40e
"Landers, Frary ft Clark's" Kitchen Sllcer.
made of the very best tempered steel; will
hold an edge; 9 Inches long, narrow taper
ing blade,boxwood handle, curved to fit the
hand; heavy brass rivets; special at, Qg
A SENSATIONAL SALE OF '
$2,000 WORTH OF FACTORY AND
At Hall Price:
. VALUES 50c TO 2S0.
Our New York buyer,
ever on the alert for
La usual bargains
for uoldea tagie
patrons, has struck a
rich find at the under
wear mill of a famous
maker In "York State.'
He . has secured and
shipped to us the entire
factory and road line
of samples of fall and
winter Underwear for
men, paying just half
price for the lot. We
hand our good luck
over to our patrons tc
share. In the immense
convention of undergarments ia numbered.
Undershirts and Drawers in separate pieces
and "Union" or combination suits fat cotton,
fleeced ' garments, both wool and cotton
fleece, cotton and wool or "merino" gar
ments. silk and wool, etc, in "flat." ribbed
and plain weaves. Black, white, bluea and
tana, assorted weights and styles. Here's
an exceptional chance to save in buying
the fall and winter underwear for on Sat-
a gH.r.llall Price
Women's 25c and 35c
Dainty Chemisettes, of Swiss and lawn ma
terials, in styles with and without collar,
prettily and tastefully trimmed in exquisite
Ucee and chic, embroideries; best regular
25c and 35c values. (Some stores call 'em
50c goods.") Special, for 19r
Saturday only, for .........w.-..-.il2l
B00KLOVERS' SALE OF
Late, Standard Doolts
BIO VALUES FOR SATURDAY BUY-
. . ERS.
Books for boys, girls and grownups. Among
the tempting bargains are splendid r
25c BOOKS FOR eV "
The "Henty" series of boys books, the
"Forward" aeries for boys, all by best au
thors, such aa Cooper, In graham, Rarnsden,
Fenn and others; also the "Gilt Edge"
series which embraces the works of Holmes,
Read, Goldsmith, Collins, Rowson, Curtis
and others; 25c books in the ;' f re
sale for .m..m.WC
75c BOOKS FOR S5
Among the offerings In this collection
youll find "Ivanhoe, "Tom Jones," "Fe
lice," "Old Squire," "St. Ives," "Peter
Island," and others; regular 75c ' OC
values in the sale for ............)JC
THE $U0 BOOK OF BOOK STORES,
f ,, 49.
Here the booklover will find standard and
popular writings of such noted writers of
fiction as Anna Katherine Greene, Hyne,
Friedman, A. Conan Doyle, Mallock, King
and others. Titles embracing "The Crista,
"Monks Treasure," "Medal of Honor,"
Sherlock Holmes," "Green Shutters," "The
Circular Study," and hundreds of others;
regular $1.50 copyright books, sold by the
atorea in the "book trust" at $L08; A-
here in this sale for MUC
SEE YAMHILL STREET WINDOW.
$1.25 Colonial CQo
Glass Tea Sets vuij
4-piece Glass Table or Tea Sets, con
sisting of 1 covered butter dish, 1 cov
ered sugar bowl. 1 cream pitcher, 1
spoonnoider, clear, perfect
polished glass; full sue.
ituivy auieive. iiue vauuw
$105; special, set
H T in .. ' ... a
eastle. New Bouth Wales, for thja port
v..i.Miit with a earco of Coal. 6he
wlTl brine about .MOO tons. With a
large fleet of coal carriers coming this
wa? from Newcastle, It Is said that
there seems little danser now of. a coal
(amine the comine winter.
The new steamer Bailey Oatiert will
be airen a trial trip neat Tuesday and
the Intention Is to have bar start on tier
Mrst trip to Tha DalUe tha toUowlng
d?hs schooner Kln Cyrus' will prob
ably lears down this renins; bound for
Redondo with 00.000 feet ot .railroad
Xlea Bhe has been loading at tha mills
of tha Standard; Box factory for several
""f hs ateamshTp Roanoke. Captain Dun
ham, sailed for Ssn Pedro end way
ports lsst night, and she crossed out
this ' morning. The '"' Asuncion
BfTlVvQ m roripmuum aimuivvM
with a earco of oiL -
C ASTOR I A
Tor Infanta and Children.
ThiWrJ Yea Hata Al'jrajx Ectt
1 I (
Astoria, Aug. 10. Arrived at 1:4s a.
m. and left up, steamer Asuncion, from.
Baa Francisco. Balled at 7:01 a, m.,
steamer Roanoke, for Baa Padre and
'way porta. .
Tokohama, Aug. It. Balled, Oerman
Steamer Arabia, for Portland. -
Astoria, Aug. t. )Ueft up at 1:J p.
m., Norwegian steamer Transit. Ar
rived down at 1 and sailed at :li p. m..
schooner Roderick Dhu In tow of
Deflsnoa, for Ban rranclsco. Arrived
st 1:10 p. m., schooner Ollrer J. Olsen,
from Ssn Francisco. ' .
Newcastle, N. 8. -.Aog. I9.--Balled,
British steamer Redhlll. for Portland.
Runycorn, Aur. . Arrived. French
ship Asle. from Portland. .
Hobart, Tasmania, Aug. I -Arrived,
rrench bark Europe. '
Astoria. Aug. 0 Condition of the
bar at S a. nr. smooth: wind northwest.
relies; weather, cloudy.
nidea at Aatorta today High water.
:07 a. m.. 1.1 feet; :0 p. m, 11. feet.
Low water. 0:19 a. m, l.t feet; 11:&J p.
m., t. feet. '
CASEY WHL IIUERY
IJaaraal Special SmvIcO
Ban rranclsoo Aug. to. Tha newly
appointed president of tho board of
punllo works, Michael Casey, preaented
a bond this morning of the American
Bonding company. He will take office
late this afternoon. After a conference
wlih Alajror Taylor fee stated that work
Posltlvolr eur try
these little ruia.
- They also reKers pta-
tress from Dyspepsia. In-
digesUoa aad Too Hearty
Bating. A perfect rni
edy toe Dtrrtiires. Ranges.
Drowsiness, Bad Taste
in the Hottca, Coated
Toagoa, Pala ta the Mda,
TOitPlD UVXR. Taey
ngolate tts Bowels, rarely Vegetable.
S1ULLP1LL SKILL C3SL SmPHXL
Genulna Must Bear
tax nAvcnoo xraorxAS rui oaxr.
' Single 'reoeas er ea salta. Ilvvatar, stnai
kat. elretrlo llfbts and ail BMdcra eeaTaat.
ma. Strlrtly flrat-elaaa. Cavlat te aboa.
pln eaatara. Oa dlrwt llae traat ferrr aad
Talrd tsd Vawaaesd o-pnt. Batte II aa. ,
as aula at.. er v,s km
a B. OANTEa. Mcr.
on the streets will be rushed through at
YOU DONTNEED MONEY
DIAMONDS oh the
JEWELRY riAH '
SILVERWARE "M A WEEK po
, DIAMONDS FROM $S TO $1008
STANDARD JEVcLflv :r. .
' U7 TinnD zr:i::':r
Between Vamhi'.l eil Try: -r T' -C ' "