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TUESDAY.... ACUST In 15
PORT OF ASTOEIA.
VUSSELS IX 77 A nivxit.
Xmon). f!rt.. lid.
VESSELS Oi rX B'jJ )'.
3r;si Vre'jc:i S'ortK. for the
AbetHia lJr S79 Burnt itlsmi Alar 12
Abercern, I5r sp IS &yes
AJwrnjtc, Er bk?u1 Eriitaiie
I'ritisli Army. Ersp 12) Sm Pedro
Cannony, llr lfc LS
Ulan Mcl.eod. ISrbkCK. Eh
Connerant, llr p HITS Sidney
County of Merioneth. Ur lk KtSMwtlwW.o
DRMmr. I!r bk 151 Coquimbo
Oiroctor. ErbkfiTlt. lions KonKjHJi-5P
Dovenby. IJr bk 8S3 Liverpool via Vicioiia
Iurideer. Urtp'.iSS Daaodin.lul.v
Kirl Eojoberry. Urbk 11S9 IttieiiM Arros
Klwy, Er lik 7S7 Xei7cst'. A
Firth of Utronsa. Er bk ! Sidney
Kirta or Onrcoch. Ur bk StfT Lherpaoi
CrisetJate, Ersp Livcrpe! J.v 1
(Uonefton, Ur lfc 1103
ilizhmoer. Urbk HIS Australia
Josie Troop, llr sp Hktjce
lava. Ur bk
KiHCEt-ditxfdiire, Ur 1 1M lrHHi
Lalla Eoot-h. Kr bk AlrtdiO
Lorraine, iii bk fRS
IacDinci, Prs lMftHMwr
Mercia. UrbkTSl Kiveli
Maude. Er bk NC7
M. I, V.'aissn. 2 s !" 1'asoiM
Moltke, UorbfcttS Uvne! I'otttS
Noss llel. llr bk WT2 HydHoy
Peri. Ur bk 8.7
I'rimora. l!rbk &7 U:ib
Santiago. llr bk 4fi
Xulitotms. Urbk.lfil. Xaaski.
HiiiKaporc, Ur bk t." Ueei Ayre
Tilhonoas. Ur bk IIS Sydney
Victoria Ear. Urbk 1US Sydney
V Yerfc. Hrblc C Uriraiw.
i'rcra America:: E'nrij.
Tar mi rib. 'ii OasUo, Ur ?i I 17 WilHtmgtoa
OWv S. .Southard. Aw New Yrk Apiil i.1
mK TAB!i2-: SK ASTORIA.
IIIII WATER. J LOW WATER.
Ill- erond. IPM. SecoiuC
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The Inmrs between inuluijrut ami noon are
hsslijimled by a (A. a:.), tho- belweeu noun
ami mi(lni):lir by p v. si.), o. o3 n deludes
nii'Uiiplit, lu'i. OrjMi. ; Uennlos isimsi.
i lie :eiKl)t is ret-koiiftl frett: lho level cm
average lower lov. v.-.u ers to wlneli the sound
ins :ire KJvon on the Cot-t Sunev oltails.
Coiup.ibia River Exports.
KliMir, 21,SS bW
Tula!, (!! cargoes) 731,C23
Wheat, 01G.7.'i" bus 17?,,2
Flour. SJ.O." hhR ItefDO
Miiinon, ikskoi-s r.sji.0
j.tmiiar, ms m mjut
Total (10 cargoes) . .?7l7,u:
Wheat, S22.27S 1ms eSfl.C20
l:l(n:r,i.237 bhU " zsp'iO
Totnl, (C eargwi) .27fi,879
Wheat. 09,1!) bus s 77,0i)0
l'lonr. n.OQOltblb ' -11,000
Lumber, !09 ;! iL'.ftVJ
Total. (1 (ai7?oes)
Whcjit loo.uia inii ,
I'loar 2.:, 1S2 bt)!s ,
Totnl (4 cargoes)
2 To TJ vcriinl jkt Mkihalml.
l-'lourlS.itOS hbls 75A-2
15 To Quccnklnwn j- 31. A 12. (.
Wheat C2,5ca -J3-C0 bus ?."rJ,rw)
15 To Crh; per San Lute.
Wheat 3J,i70 bus S2Vitw
20-To Liverpool jicrJantl ZlcXcil.
Wheat C757 bus. ? ft.ro
.salmon 10.30) c:t-es 52,5w
29 To QucenidoisH, per Zamura,
Wheat, fil,:wi lm S1S.0OO
2:) To JAvci'jmol, ptr ltcmoiilrant.
Wheat, 7.27fi bits fi.tSl
Salmon, ;:.77;; cases 1S3 SG3
ZTo IAtcrpniil per Huddinglonhirc.
Salmon. 17.0ft". cases............ .53S.4Ko
Vlonr.K.Ool bbls J!l3,C01
::t To LircrtMi per CarnatTim Caulk.
Wheat, fi.OSS bus.... . .j,?p9 00
Salmon, .rf.711 es ia, oj
3 To London per ITaUee.
Salmon 2105-1 cs ..?1 19.071
Flour ::278 bbls , 12,S79
m-To Kcw Yofti ;cr ir. II. TJflc.
Salmon, 3,0i7-" cs
'Salt Salmon. 18 bbls
Salmon Oil, 12 bbls...
Lumber, 73,000 ft .
Chrome Ore. 0i sks .
Flocks, .2 bis
Horns. 41 s.k-5
logs, 5 ......... ..... ... ...M.
Charcoal, ." sks ,. "
Iicouer. 0 bbls..
A GOOD DWELLING HOUSE AND LOT
for Kile. Beautifully located. Amily
at Astoria nolllce.
T EGULAR COMMUNICATIONS fi m
Jul lirst and third Tuesdays in each XX
month, at V- o'clock, r. M., at the'VA
Hall in Astoria. Members of the order in
good standing arc invited to attend..
IJy order of the W.M.
Bearer Lodgro No. 35. L O. O. F.
TDEGULAi: MEETING EV- PTZ&u
-tb crj Thursday evening at?&
seven o'clock, at the I)ige"ai5;Ss
room in Odd Fellows Hall. Asto- ''
ri. Sojourning members of the order la
good standing, cordially invited to attend,
lly order N. G.
Ocoan Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O. P.
W KG ULAK MEETINGS OF OCEAN EN
iC campment No. 13. I. O. O. F., at the
I.rtijTrt in tlio fiili! 1V1Iok-j Huililinc nt
seven 'i'. m., on the .second and fourth
-Monuays ot eacii inouiu. iojonnnng ureiu
ren cordially invited.
By order C P.
Seaside Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. V7.
TEGurAi: meittings of seaside
-SA Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W. will be held
fit limit Iltitl tx .if nrllnliM1l X Cn c fltl
Thursday evening oi each week, at 7 o'clock.
Members of the order in good standing, and
visiting Urothers are invited to attend. Li
brary win be open lilteen mmuies ne.ore
ami after each meeting, lly order M. "W.
American Legion of Honor.
"5.JEGULA1: MEETING OF ASTOItIA
X4- Council No. 10.V is licld on the first and
third Tuesday -of each montli.at 7 o'clock r.
t. I'.y eide: of the Council Commander,
i:. V.MONTE1TH, Scc'ty.
Occident Council No. 5.O. C.P.
"fEETS EVEItY MUST AND TIIIKH
ItJL Saturday evenings of each mouth, at 8
o'clock P. M. Members of the imiJit are
resjH-ctfulIy requested to attend.
C. IJKOWN, Ken.nUr.
Cusliing Post Ko. 14, G. A K.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS POST
on the second and fourtli Tiu'Mlays of
each month at 7i"50 i m. Visiting com
nules cordially invited. Uv older
Cushlng Holier Corpa No. 3, G. A. R.
and fourth Tttedavs of each month, at
2 r. m.
P.y onU r Mi:s. C. KOSS.
Pacific Lodgro No. 17, K. of P.
SEGULAH MEETINGS OF THIS
i Lodge -vcry Friduy evening, at 7 :30
o'clock, in ilieir Castle Hal!, Sojourning
Knights eordiallv iuited to attend.
Y,r. A. SliEUMAN.
K. of It. and S.
Astoria Ladies' CoCee Club.
OKGUHK MEETINGS ATTIIECLUIPS
iU. looms on the first and third Friday's
of each month at 7 P. M.
Mus. F. 15. ELP.EPiSON, Pros.
T? KG ULAK MECT1NGS. SECOND AND
JLtj fourth Tueidav cenings oi encli month
at 74 o'clock.
CfjsTi-json-s iK'sirihg to have matters acted
ajKHt by the c'-ouucit, at any regular meet
ing must ires.'ut the same to the Auditor
and Clerk, ji or before the Fralav evening
prior to the Tuesday on w hicli life Council
holds its regular meeting.
Auditor ami Clerk.
Antoria Itetail 3'nrkft.
Flour per libl S4J.0
Wh.itl. ior reitJal Sl.iO
iiiieeii. !Us per !), I4li ets.
.Shoulder-.. " 10 ets.
Hams. " l.".(Sli: ets.
hard, I015. -ts.
rork, litl." ets.
Veal, P.(.r20 cLs.
r.uJter, jut roll -lOiTH.". ets.
Ejrffs, per dozen li."(27 viz.
l'otalti s, pur lt le
Cheese, per H liIS-0 ets
Carnineal, jmt Hi 4 els.
Oatnieal, " v(fti ets.
J leans, " .'tT e!.
Cotree, ' PJK-3-I0 ei.
Tea, " 2j-Wc1s.
Uiee, 7 (3) ll els.
ugar, " (;iieis.
Syrup, per gallon 70c $ Si.
Honey, per jjallon SLL".
Salmon, per kitSi-W
Onions-, jht Hi :;4 ets.
Apples dried per lb 7(i?;0 el.
Peaches " " l.'J :a: ets.
Plums. " " io '2l4 ets.
Candles, per lb 20 els.
Chickens, per dozen S-5.
I lay, per ton in (ft 820.
Hides, per lb .. & i) cLs.
Oils per gallon, boiled linseed. 7."c;
raw linseed, 70c: eo.il oil.."."c: !ar.l-i.2j
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Biier Pipes,
8E8UINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
CCKNEU MAIN AND CHENAMUS STS.
A niG STOCK OF
Trunks. Boots and Shoes, Clothing,
Etc., .lest Itccelved at
Phii, A. Stokes & Co's,
Gum Boots. Overalls. Shirts. Etc
Phil. A.Stokes & Co,
Next door to Foard & Stokes store, Is head
Clothing at Bottom Figures
I'verything bought here guaranteed to be
just as represented. No old stock : everv
tliing fieih. and NEW GOODS on every
Steamer. Itemember the place.
J?IIIf. A. STOKES & CO.
cs-A full line of GENTS' FUENISIIING
GOODS for sale at
Prices thnt Ief.v Competition.
TO PORTLAND AND RETURN
G?4 THE ''TELEPHONE,"
This holds cood until September 30th, 18S5
Is jnsc what its name implies ; e
Purely Vegetable Compound, thai
acts directly upoatheler j curing
the manydbeasesicidenpa that im.
portant organ, and ating the nu
mcrous ailments tKktjarise from iU
deranged orrfyiction, such as
DyspepsiS Jidice, BUiousnes
R.heumaetc. Itis therefore 2
Tnisno'haTe dood Health
:he tiver must b'ehepl; in order."
DB. BaITTOED'S II7EB IIT7IG0BAT0E.
Inviiioratea tho Liver, Rcgnbtcs Ihc Bow
sis, StreaglhenB the Sjstem, Purifies the
Blood . AssistsDigcstton, Prevents Fevers.
3 a Household 2-Tccd. An Invaluable
Family Medicine for common complaints.
D3. SAirFOED'S HVEB HrVIGOBATOS.
Ax. experience cf Forty years, and Tho-d-isnes
cf Testimonials prow its Merit.
FOR PALE BY AIX DEALERS IK MEDICrNTS
For fall infonnttlon t-end yonr address for Id
tVC Dftok on ibo Liver and Ps di-aC3," U
'&furoia A dcaxb st.. srw Yoaix errs
Will be allowed
On Time Deposits.
Drafts on all the leading Citicx.
Win. T. Coleman & Co..
Manager Banking Department,
West 9th, Street Assessment
NOTICE is hereby given that the as
sessment made by ordinance 3o. 823 of
the city of Astoria, Glatsop county, Or
egon, and which ordinance passed the
Common Council on the lilli day of
August. 188j, for the improvement of
West i)th street from Water street to
Uerry street, as provided by ordinance
Xo. 804, and which ordinance passed the
Common Council on the 13th day of
June, 1885, on each of the following de
scribed lots fronting on said portion of
said street, is now payable at the office
of the City Treasurer in U.S. coin, and
unless paid within five days of the final
publication of this notice, viz: Thurs
day, September "Jrd, 1885, the Common
Council will issue warrants for the col
The asseshuient is as follews:
Geo. W. Parker, lot 1 block ."C, l."K)
feet, cost of sidewalk $75; cost of plank
ing $9.'t; number yards cut 1827; cost of
cutting S45G.75; total cost 8024.75.
Geo. W. Parker, lot PJ, block m;, 150
feet: cost of sidevalkS75; cost of plank
ing 'j:i; number yards cut4U7; number
yards tilling 2U; cost of cutting and
tilling S124.25; total $21)25.
L. D. Cofiman, lot 7, N 50 feet, block
55, 50 feet; cost of sidewalk S25; cost of
planking $:l; number j-ards eut 310;
cost of cut $77.50; toLiI cost S133-W.
Mrs. Eliza SJheppard. lot G. block 55,
1 50 feet; cost of sidewalk 875; cost of
planking 803; number yards cut 1827;
cost of cutting 150.75; total cost 8024.75
F. C. Xorris. lot 1, S 75 feet, block 19,
75 feet; costot sidewalk 837 JiO; cost of
planking $40.50; number yards cutGIHJ;
cost of cutting S174 ; total cost S258.
II. Drown, lot 12, block 19, 150 feet;
cost of sidewalk S75; cost of planking
893; number yards cut 1933; cost of cut
ting S4S3.25; total cost $051.25.
F. X. Ulanchet, lot 0, blockiK), 150.feet ;
cost of sidewalk $75; cost of planking
20, 50 feet; cost of sidewalk S25; cost of
planking $31 ; number yards cut GOO ; cost
of cutting $152.25 ; total cost S20&25.
W.E. Dement, lot 7, S 100 feet, block
20, 100 feet; cost of sidewalk 850; cost
of planking 802 ; number yards cut 1324 ;
cost of cutting S331; total cost 8443.
C.1I. Page, lot l. block 18,150 feet:
cost of sidewalk $75; cost of planking
893; number yards cut 141; number
vards fill til ; cost of cuttiug and filling
835.25 ; total cost 820325.
H. Brown, lot 12. block 18. 150 feet:
cost of sidewalk 875; cost of planking
893; number yards cut 1PJ; number
yards fill til; cost of cutting and tilling
828; total cost S19G.
J. Kamm, lot 0, block 17, 150 feet ; cost
of sidewalk S75;costof planking 893;
number yards cut 141 : number yards fill
Gl; cost of cutting and filling 835.25; to
tal COSt 5203.20.
Mrs. S. F. Wood, lot 7, block 17, 150
feet: cost of sidewaIkS75; cost of plank
ing 893 -number yards cut 112; number
varus uiung ui;cuslol cuumg ae.u lin
ing 828: total cost S19G.
C. W.'Shlvely.lot t,X 100 feet, block
110, 100 feet; cost of sidewalk 850; cost
of planking 802; number yards fill 507
cost of filling S141.75; total cost 8253.75.
Chas. Stevens, lot 12, S 100 feet, block
UG.lOOfcet; costof sidewalk $50; cost
of planking 8G2; number yards cut 109:
costof cutting S42.25: total cost 8154.25.
Mrs. Laura Fcrrell, lotfi, block 115,
150 feet; costof planking 893; number
yards fill 32; cost of filling 88; total cost
1. W.Case, lot 7, block 115, 150 feet;
cost of planking 893; number yards cut
275; cost of cutting 80S.75; total cost
Clatsop Mill Co. lot 1, block 117, 125
feet: cost of sidewalk SG2X-0; cost of
planking S77.50; number yards fill 1001:
cost of filling 8250.25; total cost S390.25.
James Taylor, lot 6, block US, 125
feet; cost of sidewalk 8G2JJ0: cost of
planking $77.50: number yards fill 435;
cost of of filling S10S.75 ; total cost 8248.
75. James Taylor, lot G, block 135, 125 feet;
By order of the Common Council.
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria, Oregon, August 15th, 18S5.
HEAT. QUICK AND CHEAP,
The Astoriaii Job Office.
A CATTLEJIA?rS C03IPLADTr.
3d. John D. Milc3, who was Indian
ngenfc of the Choyennes and Arapahoe
Indiana forahout fourteen years, wa3
at the union depot last night on his
way to his home in Lawrence. In
conversation with a 2'imes reporter
ho expressed himself as heing much
surprised at the class of testimony
Generals Sheridan and Mile3 werb
taking at Fort Eeno to get at the
true cause of complaint of these In
dians. He said: 'I know all of those
Indians, and cannot conceive why
Sheridan and Miles will even listen
an instant to the very men whom
they had to mnch trouble with in
'"Who are thev?"
"Well, there fs Stone Calf, one of
the most bloodthirsty wretches that
ever pulled a trigger or brandished u
knife. He is the skunk wlib murdered
a German family near Fort Wallace,
ICan., in 1S74, and took lour girls cap
tive. He was chased by Gen. Miles
and finally allowed to surrender on
condition that he would surrender
two of the girls. He was tried, and
with several of his followers sent to
the Dry Tortugas for life."
"How did he get back to the res
'He has a son-in-law, a white mau,
who has friends in "Washington.
Their inflnence was secured and
bronght to bear on the government
and Stone Calf was returned to the
agency. Then there is Littlo Medi
cine, who will be remembered as the
Indian who murdered Cant. Short,
at Lawrence. There are others who
have committed a long list of the
blackest crimes on record. They do
not care a snap about the cattle men
and tneir leases, though, as I under
stand, they have refused to accept
any lease money.
"What is their object in making
"It is merely a blind to give them a
chance to go out again on a tonr of
crime and plunder: Their disposi
tions are such that they must have
excitement I see the statement is
made that a good deal of the feeling
shown by Gen. Sheridan agaiust the
cattlemen is caused by the fact that
Brother Miko was injured by the
present holders ot the leases, who
took and paid for the grounds that
he had been grazing on for about
nothing. I shouldn't bo surprised if
there i3 something m this statement."
Mr. Miles thought tha proclama
tion of President Cleveland had been
issued without a thorough under
standing of the whole question, and
he thought a more careful investiga
tion would lead the government to
recognize the rights of the cattle
men in the premises. Kit max City
Citizens of Spokane aro now at at.
Paul, endeavoring to perfect negotia
tions with capitalists of that city to
provide means of utilizing the water
power furnished by Spokane falls.
The Coquille Herald says: Caro
Bros., of Boseburg, receuUv oiTercd
Cyrus Madden $20,000 for his black
sand mine down the coast. The price
asked was $80,000.
A party ot soldiers fron Fort Klam
ath, iu charge of CapL Miller, are en
gaged in reparing tho military tele
graph line between Ashland and Liuk
ville. Mrs. A. L. Humphrey, a well-knojrn
pioneer resident of Lane county, died
at Eugene City, August 13, aged 77
Destroy that Sign.
One may feel that he is getting old,
bat he naturally dislikes that any
thing about his nppearanco should
adviso othere of the fticL Yet nothing
does this so effectually as thin and
falling hair. No woman wants to
marry a man, and business firms hes
itato to employ a man, who shows this
fatal sigu. Parker's Hair Balsam is
worth to you, in this regard, more
than its weight in diamonds. Use it,
and have plentiful and glossy hair.
Many have had every trace of gray
uess removed and bald spots covered
by using a single bottle.
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You Live in an Educational Age.
Your Place and Success in Life depend
largely upon your training
To .spend time iu school. He that takes time
to grind ills scythe, cuts more grass
and does a better job.
THE OPPORTUNITY IS YOURS.
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Advantages Good. Teaching Thorough. Ex
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and Pacific university. School Year opens
Sept. 2, 18S5. Send for Calalogue, to
Forest Grove, Or.
J. H. D. GRAY,
Wholesale and retail dealer in.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AKD FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND AND CEMENT.
General Storage and "Wharfage on reason
able terms. Foot of Benton street, Astoria,
iniO rArCtf BoireU& Co's Newspaper Ad-
Tert1-rfnRnTsAATif13rn-nft5f 1 whfnirlrrtlrin(
I wmtract8y DiB8deforn IN NEW YOUK.
ncl Every Species of Itci-
ins: and S Limine: Diseases i
ECZEMA, or Salt Ithcuin. with its agoniz
ing itching and burn'mr. ii.s autlv re
lieved by a warm bath with Ccticura Soai
and a single application of CniccitA, the
great Skin Cure. This repeated dailv. with
two or three dosrs of Cuticl'ica Kesolv
ext. the New P.lood PuiiltT. to keep the
bloid cool, the perspiratl-.n pinv and uair
ritating. the bowels op n. the bver and kid
neys a'-tlve. wiil MKetiily cure Eczema, 'let
ter. Uingwo-m. Psoriasis. IJc'icn, Pruritus.
Sea 1 Ilea: Dandruff. ;nd every spcti-s of
Itching. Scaly and Pimply Humors ef the
Scalp and Skin, when 'lie bp.t phvs?i:tr.s and
all known irni-'die.s fall.
U:N il.-tJ.uialil ?."tf2 !"nrt.m M. l!il
Cieo, ;rt?fKlS nekuowU'.Sj;. : i 1 le
eiiM.orS.tit Uhemn, t'li !f:;d. e;. f.i.c
amis-'.1 ft legs fur .seven u ; a : i l .bl'
to wain ecept on nun- :.:i.l 5cnH- t
one ear : not ab'e to hel liim-.tt h".
years : !.-.el liumln- s x-i t-Medn-: .Mi-:t:i-.
pro::oii:n-e.l his c.io h ijm'.i?-; ...Tm.j'j.i Gv
rutfdli1. CUTiiTH !Ik-oi. NTthb.n.'i urt
tler) InbTiKilly a rnnru :v d C: i
Ct'UA Soiritke : ::!h: $,'!! M,-.;ir ; .
J'li. .s. S2.tiiht4. .: .-j.wj.r.js :,!;-St.
l4.Kton. ii'i'ivlsa i"i i-Vx-ini u!'f his
otKeratl r. f.i l-n t :.r. uiiirh r-er d the
paticnt Sxnty niiillimli-. zru So ubtei :.ll
unowu mi'Sbo.N of tre..tii-: i :! ! eu ap
plied w th.i-it bi eftl. u t:li i: w:i e i-.ii! letely
ear-d v.. b;-. .y :n ri r-rriiv i i m.i:ks.
ieavuiu e! .n m.1 1; a t'-y vK;.-.
,'.:r. 4iI:ii Th5 I. W'itKi-'.'SRf' 1" '.. v. r:ts :
"1 Iia e -i:ff.r d '.vlth Sa i ltheiuu for out
eijh' je:ir .at iiium)!ihI that ! eou'd not
attci! t to i;. tip';ieci r -k-! ;.t a time
T!i-ee bi:es of CiTir:'; sn.l fi-nr iiotiu-
l:i! VKNThavee: liiety i-urt'd me of ;!:
"nMlf:!! t'i e.e-' "
S. 1.1 by al! Drucgt-'' . Price : C'lTH rt:..
50'.; ItKSni.VKNT. $1 Wl: Si.lf 'Si'. P't1-
parcd by the Pottk:: Dun; ami Chi'm
icai. Co., Itostnn. M.iv.
DCATIFY the Complexion at.d t-kin
D C.M U by using the Cuthtka Shai.
"THIRD AXD ACHIXG MUSCLES.
crying thniuh cotmtless rerves for rest ami
Tciiei I iKe maupatothei hwilren
of Is.-:iells the Ct'TicruA Pi.iS
tki: to the tired, overworked,
rching i.iuscl". Do not deny yoitr-
fe k'i-'i the comfort allonled iv thi-
s22P A Sfinew, or.glnal :uul s-peedy antidote
to pain aid iiitl.immrti'iu. AtdrtiggLst.s.23c.:
nveiorcivu suited ire, rerrr.i: l)i:xo
ANI C1IE31H al Co , Cotton.
tVtlt-I:-:ia2rI..lnicrIran I'lne.l'anatla Tlr,
rilartguld, nut rioycr i:!.vsnn:s.
A single dose of Kanford'.s i'atlieal
Cure intantly reii ves the most violent
Sneezing or Head Colds, clears the Head as
ty magic, stops watery discharges from the
Nose and Ees, prevent" iJingingNotse.? in
the Head, cures Nervous Headache, and
subdue? Chills and Fevers. Iu Chronic Ca
tarrh it cleanses tne nasal passages of foul
mucus. resUires the scilscs of smell, taste,
and hearing when affected, frees the head,
throat, and bronchial tubes of offensive
matter, sweetens ami purifies the breath,
stops the cough, and arrets the prognvs cf
Catarrh toward Consumption.
One bottle Itadic.il Cure, one box Catarrh
al Solvent and Sanfjrd's inhaler, all iu one
paekige. of all druggists for $i.oo. Ask for
Sankoud's Kauicai. Cuke.
P.itlrr Iu:g and Chemical o.. Kaslnn.
! nrtl'O rn'.nrwil tk...
Q- veutinn. thcItiHfnnt it
v Ik anpltni.ol lilieum- -
t !mii. Neiiratcia, Seia i-
CSi fK e.i,uougns toius.weaK
bTW lVn 1,,ck- Stciuach, and
11 Wi ISM:0Ollig l'UlnS,
r . vvv xV A' mm 'i.t-'o. 4ti.iiu,
U SXr?2 Female Pains. Ittlnlta-
ELECTRIC tim. Djspetia. Liver
Pi A -i-i"DCoiiij.laiiit. Ihlious Fe--o
I t-lX0 vcr. Malaria, r.iul Epidemics--,
.tasters (an t'lertrlr lxKerj" combined
with a PoroKj ria(rrland laugh at pain.
2.1c. evcrj where.
Ordinance No. 834.
An ordinance regulating the appoint
ment and discharge of engineers for the
Astoria Fire Department.
The City of Astoria does ordain as
See. l. The engineers of the engine
companies of thc'Astoria Fire Depart
ment shall be nominated and unpointed
by the foremen of the respective com
panies, subject to the confirmation of
tlu Common Council.
Sec. 2. Xo engineer of any company
of the Astoria Fire Department shall be
discharged or removed till his successor
has been duly appointed and continued.
Passed the Common Council August
Approved August 12th, 18S5.
Attest : T. S. J ewett,
Auditor and Clerk.
Main Street Assessment Notice
XOT1CE is hereby given that the as
sessment made by ordinace Xo. 825 of
the city of Astoria, Clatsop county. Or
egon, and which ordinance passed the
Common Council on the 28th dav of
July, 1SS5, and was approved on the 29th
day of July, 1SS5, for the improvement
of Main street in said city, from the
south side of Eighth street to the south
side of Tenth street in the manner pro
vided by ordinance Xo.803 of the city of
Astoria, and which ordinance passed
the Common Council on the 13th day of
June, 1885. and was approved on the 15th
day of June,lSS5, on each of the follow
ing described lots fronting on said por
tion of said street, is now payable at the
office of tho City Treasurer in U. S. coin,
and unless paid within five days of the
final publication of this notice, viz.,
Thursday, September 3rd, IKS;, the Com
mon Council will issue warrants for the
The assessment is as follews:
Frank Carr; lot 1, block 95, 2,221 yards
cut, cost S55G; 100 feet planking, cost
SG2; Total cost SG1S.
Jl.B. Tarker, lot 8, block95,530 yards
cut, 52 yards fill, cost 8132.50; loo feet
planking, cost 8(12: Total cost 8191.50.
II. B. Tarker, lot 1, block 112,4 .810 yds.
fill, cost8l,2u2-50; ioo feet planking, cost
SG2: Total cost 812GL50.
II. B. Parker, lot 8, block 1 12.1,773 yds.
fill, cost 84-13.25; 100 feet planking, cost
8?-: Total cost 8505.25.
Bergman & Berry, lot 4. block 90. 1.292
yards cut, cost 8323: 100 feet planking,
cost $02: Total cost $335.
Mrs. A. McKenzic, lot 5. block 90, 500
yds, cut, cost S125; 100 feet planking,
cost$G2: Total costSl87.
M. P. Cullender, lot 4, block ill, 2,445
yards filI,costSGll.25: lOOfeetplanking,
cost 802 : Total cost $073.25.
Mary B. Mayer and II. M. Mayer, lot
5. blocic 111, 2:186 yards fill, cost S54G.50;
lOOfeetplanking, cost 802: Total cost
By order of the Common Council.
Attest: T.S. Jewett,
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria, August 15. 1885.
FINE EUSI NESS OFFICE. CENTKA L
ly located. Apply at this Otllce.
Jl W c'iv
a ebb gaag mi t t ' . 1. 1 . i aesga ' ' gtancaasac
Hflr nu tiiilfli
ir3 JjOUSE F0UH0ED- 178-.-- ' j
GRAND PRIZE PARIS 1878.
THEV HAVE KEE.V AWARDED
THAN THE G0CD3 OF ANY OTI1EP.
IX 1 HE WORLD.
Quality oan Always be Depended on !
ExpeiiBnced. Fisteii Use no Other !
HENBY DOYLE & CO.,
5 1 7 and 5 1 9 Market Street. SAN FRANCISCO,
xE3.'Tj Jt I'AriPIC COAST.
Seine Twines, Rope and ITetting Constantly on Hand.
If SSDyls SIsul
HEAVY AND SHELF
Paints, Oils, and Varnish.
Salem riouring Hills,
Portland Boiler Mills,
Capital Tlour and
OH Z,,lEs2S:s3? I
jlanufactured by the
OREGON MILLING COMPANY
Is of Superior Quality, and is Endorsed
by all who use it.
THE HOUSEKEEPER'S FAVORITE
Or Superior llising Quality.
Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction.
WYATT & THOMPSON
Hole Aeiitn for AHtorin.
rainis institction, under cahe of
JL the Slaters of C'lanty, is now ready foi
the reception or patients.
Private rooms for the aceoiiunodatiou of
any desiring them.
Patients admitted at all bonis, day cr nlpht.
No physician has exclusive riyht, every
patient is free to and has the privilege ol
employing any physician they prefer.
United States marine
Seamen who pay nospital Dues, are enti
tled to Free care and attendance at this Hos
pital during sickness. Permits must be ob
tained for united StatesMarinos at the Cus
SISTKU3 OK CnAUIT
Rove! Brand Fl
A Well Furnished Table
With the best and cooked in a neat and
wholesome way. can be found at Mrs. G. V.
Hacker's Private Itoardins House, over Eat
on & Camalian's, next to Odd Fellows Build
Terms; $5 a wf fik, S22-50 per month,
$1 a day.
rs suuR 83 r n i En
Eo they YouiifforOta
haTln? Lost thoao
May Itcgaln Qnlclcljr
Ss? PanrcriTivr flo-inv
rrof Jean CiciaU. nv TUE USE OK
The Civiale Remedies.
n-.-?'111 I'.oI1J,AbU5?Jr or Natural K.iilur.,
TliiHtrrttm. nt orislnatoil by I'ltOK. ci nil
a.loptril In vtitt IHl-PlTAr.ln FIJAM-Kiii
uii.uaUno.nn.lors.el by the Mcllcal ITof.-vsion.
anil above all LAmTIAC IN JTi4 ItKNllT
FREE TO ALL. Fponrc,,tof tfrt"'
! i 7T . xiJu bi postacu stanivi. wu
V-'l'm3'.1 tr.eo. " any earnest inquirer, our nilun
dul illiiHtrateUfil pace medical work.BlTlnKyi.-iK
loins of nil Tonus oi! Sexual Illscasp. descrli.lloii
of this treatment, prices, testimonial and iicws-jih-r
eudoreuieuts, Ac.. Ac.
Wenro nlso agents Tor the new and certain to
cure, helf Adjusting and GIoto Fittinu Cradlo
Lonipressor. for tho Uiorough and radical cure
without surgery, or v.t.
Connl(atton with Hill Medical Staff, KIJEE.
Civiale Remedial Agency, 174; Fulton SL, N. Y.
The reuswi tnttl Tlu iun.ihcw.uot get ruint tf
SAj;. .1 , WEAK.XESSr LOSS Of J.t.V
llOOD, ami then-suit of abuse, disease or excuses,
is ommj to a complication called PliOSTA TQIt
R1IEA. DR. LIERIG'S IXFIGORATOR tt
the OXL Vcure for PROS TA TORRUEA. Price.
?J.C) per paclwje, G paclages. S10.C0. Guide tit
HniltH ami S, If-Analyst sent free. Address LIE
:: lUSPEXSARrorDiseasetef iTen.
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lis a certain cure for
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uate of the Univer
sity 01 Pennsylvania
will agree to iorilet S5W for a case or this
kind the Vital Ucstorntlvc (under hissne-
cial advice and treatment) will not cure. St.co
a bottle, or four tunes the quantity $5. sent
to any address on receipt ot price, or C. O. D.
iu private name if desired, by Dr. Mimic.
11 Kearny St.. San. Francisco, C'al. Send
for list of questions and pamphlet.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FKEK
will be sent to any one applying by letter
stating symptoms, sex and age. Strict se
crecy in regard to all business transactions.
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