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SATURDAY .AUGUST 29. 16S5
POUT OP ASTORIA.
VESSELS IX THE 111 VEIL
i'.irnish. Kr bk SI2 Colonic
I'urtlu. ISrspM! Nacpore. ISrtplSW
I'.nlwti Army, Ursp 12-0 Sulitelma. lir bk.HW.
VESSELS OX THE H'J .
Venus J'orvljrn iortn, for l!:t
Abeona l!r y K1 Uurnt island Slay 5!
Aliercern, Br sp lit'i Sydej
Abernjte, Ilr ll " Brisbane
Carnioay, Br VL 1255 Sydnc)
Clan Mel.eod, Br U. fiiG Mm
Cormorant, Br sp HC. Sidney
County of .Merioneth. Br bk MtMi(i1lio
(lochrins, BrbV.!t-! Duneein
Oilbliur. Ilrbk l'hl Couimbo
Director. BrbkCTS, Hong KorcJulyS
Dovpiiby, Br bk 8!3 Liverpool ia Viclotia
Durisdeer, Br tjt BS9 Dunedin July Si
Carl Itoieberry, Brbk 1150 Buenos Arm
I'lwy, Br bk 767 Xotrcfifrtlr. A
I'irtli of Sironsa, Br bk SCO Sidney
drill of Dorroch. Br bk IM7 l.Herpoi
l.risedale, Br sp Liverpool May 1
Olenafton, Brbk 1H9 Brisbane
Ilifilimoor. Brbk IMS Australia
.losic Troop. Br p MM Iliogo
lava. l!r bk Sfnio
Kincardineshire', Br bk 12S London
I .alia Bookh. Br bk Adelaide
Lorraine. Br bk 8JS Alcoa Buy
MacDiarraui, 1'rsplMU Sidney
Mercia. Br bk 731 Kivo'.i
Maude. Brbk H7i Sidney
M. II. AVatson, Brsp 1670 I'ansina
.Moltkc, Gor bk SiS Liven'Ool lh35
Xoss Head. Br bk 107i 55dney
Xorcross. Brbk K97 Uiisbcne
Peri, Br bk 837 Brisbane
1'ritccra, Brbk i'7 Brisbane
ltals'on, Brrp 15 Adelaide
Santiago. Brbk MO Sidney
Singapore, Br bk ITiCi Buenos Ayros
Vitbonocs, Br bk 1I5'I Sidney
Victoria Bay, Brbk lllSSjdnoy
West York. Br bk W9 Brisbane.
From American I'oriH.
CarmartlK'n "astl. Drsp l!()i Yt'ilinfciglen
Boivdou, BrfcpKil San Kranci-o
t'lty of Benares. Brsp l."WT7 San l'ranciico
Gen. l'.aiicliil.l. Brbk llSan Francisco
.lolm T. Beio. Am ji 13Si San i'raccco Aus -1
Olne S. Sou!Jia-d. Am sp New York April 13
tzi52 TAUiii: ij: amtoiua.
Temple L.odge, Wo. 71.F.A.M.
JLfti first ami third Tuesdays in each
trtnntb ut Tii nVlnelv. V. 31.. :it IllC.
Hall in AMoria. Members of the order ui
good standing arc invited to attend..
By order of the W.M.
Bearer Lodge No. 35. L O. O. P.
T"I7r.VTT 1 1 I.ETT'V"1 Wr ...IV -,.
JX ery Thursday cyon!nK atggSfl
seven o'clock, at the lMAges-
room in Odd Fellows Jinu, asio- -
..t.. C.lnnniiiirr 1t,rllllf.rZ nf 1 1 1 f lrillr 111
good standing, cordially invited to a: tend.
jjy order ".
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O. P.
B-UVMTr n'MJTPTlW'.UnK' flPSAY VV-
Jlti canipmpnt No. 13. I. 0. 0. 1'., at the
Lodge, In the Odd Fellows Building, at
seven i. M.t on the second and fourth
Mondays of each month. Sojourning breth
ren coixiiiiuy iiiviieu.
Uy order C 1.
Seaside Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. W.
-Si:r.rLAi: mkittincs of skaside
it l)d No. rj. A. O. U. AV. will Ik? held
in their Hall over Camahan & Ci. on
Thursday evening of each week, nt 7 o'cioe!..
Members of the order in good siaiiiliiig. .u d
visiting Brothers are invited tnattvi..i. Li
brary will 1h oju'ii fifteen minutes l.erore
and "after ejtcli meeting. By order M. W.
American Legion or Honor.
Rkculau MKirriNt; or astokia
Cnineil No. tav is held on the iirM and
thinl Tuesday of each month, at 7 o'clock i
ii. Bv older of the Council (Vinmiander.
K. V. MONTF.ITH, See'ty.
Occident Council No. 5.O. C.F.
MEIiT.S i:VKKY riBST AND TII1BD
.Saturday eveninss of each month, at S
o'clock r. M'. 3Iembers of the ordt-r are
:eiieetfully requested to altend.
C. BBOWN. rw:d r.
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8 ." 7.il 0 7 8 2S 1 I
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s s 0 oo j i ." y St o i;
s y :yiff 2 ito -l7;i o r.
Tlie hours between initlni:it:inil noon are
designated by n (a. m.), thoc between nooti
and midnight ! ;i (i. in.), ui. OOw a dencles
midnight, lA. Mm. v denotes noon.
The height is reckoned from the level of
average lo a et low waters to w hicli t he sound
man an given on the Coast Survey charts.
AMoria Hetnil rSar'it't.
FIn::r jer hbl $4.2.".
Wheat, jut cental 61.-I0
Oats,. 4- lJiO
Uaeon, sides per Jl. 12fel."els.
.ShouliU'is, ' 1(1 els.
Iianw, i::i(i ds.
hard. ' Hsi.-;eJ8.
I'ork, 10?ur eLs.
Vea!, 1420 els.
IJulter, per roll -JO-l.". ca.
Kjijts, per ilozen 2o(fci7j flu.
Potatoes, DOc V cut
Chec?u, per lti Ki(S20 els
Corninoal, per ll :4 cLs.
Oatmeal. ' ." cij!.
I Jeans, " 4(5.-. els.
Crjffee, ' 10&40 el.
Tea, " iHCiiH) d8.
Uice, " 7 it ch.
Sugar, ' Ci'llds.
.Svrni), per gallon 7tse (R) Si.
Ifoney, per gallon Sl.L".
.Salmon, per kit Sl.no
Onions, per lb C54 cts.
Apples dried per lb oio ds.
J'cjiehe.s ' " i:; (f$ ::fi els.
ritiins. ' 1012krds.
Candles, per lb 20 cts.
Chickens, per dozen Sj.
Hay, per ton ." (ft 20.
Hides, per lb ." ($ i cLs.
Oils, per gallon, boiled linseed, 7."ic;
raw linseed, 70c; coal oil.:ttc; lardSl.25
Mm io Sell?
IN THE MATTER OF
Rags, Bottles, Old Ftfetal,
or Junk of Any Sort,
V'i!I give you the best price for it.
Do You Want to Buy
From a Belaying Tin to a Hawser; from
Block to an Anchor.
You Can Get Vt?hatYou Want
at POA&D & STOKES.
Headquarters at building, east end
A GOOD DWELLING HOUSE AND LOT
for sale. Beautifully lo;ated. Apply
Cushing Post No. 14, G. A E.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS I'OST
on the second and fourth Tuesdaj.s of
each month at 7 -JM v. m. Yiiling com
rades cordially inilcd. By order
Cusliinj; Holicl' Corps No. 3. G. A. R.
"OEGULAU MEI'TlINtLsON'I HIISIICOND
11 and fourth Tuesdays of each mouth, at
2 r. m.
By ordi r Ms:s. C. BOSS.
Pacific Lodge No. 17, K. of P.
KEtU'LAU MEETINGS OF THIS
Lodw every Friday etenin::. at 70
o'clock, in their Castle Hall. Sojourning
Knight cordially united toMiou.1.
K. of U. and S.
Astoria Ladies' Collee Club.
ftECl'LVi: MEETINGS ATTHECLUB'S
s looms on the first and third 1'iiday's
of each month at 7 I. M.
M::s. F. B. ELBEHSON. Bros.
REGULAR MEirriNGS. SECOND AND
fourth Tuesday evenings of each month
at Yt o'clock.
u3lVrsonsdesiiiiigto hac matters aclitl
upon by the Coimcf:. at any regular meet
ing must present the same to ihe Auditor
and Jerk, on or before the Friday eicuuu:
piUTtotlie Tuesday on which the Council
lio'.ds its rcj-ular meettng.
Auditor and Cleik.
This powder never varies. A marvel or
purity, -strength and wholcsomcness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds. and can
not be sold in comnetition with the multi
tude of low lest, short weight, alum or phos
phate powders. Sola tniiii in can, koyai.
Bakim: l'iwi)Fi: Co.. 103 Wall-st.. N. Y.
THE BENDER FAMILT,
And What Became of Them.
The Bender family, sava the Chica-.nd Every Species Of ItcJ
go Inter-Ocean, all fell victims to ingand Burning Diseasss
private vengeance very soon after Positively Curedi
their Crimea became known, but so
littloivn Knwl nlnt it at the time I TTCZEKA, ,or Salt Rheum, with Ms agt.nlz-
T. . . : .. , i -iii
mat lor four years afterwards rumors
kept stirringxip hero and there say
ing that one or more of them had
been seen in some secluded part of
tho country. The story of their
crime and punishment was as foleows:
jr itching anu bunting, l:.s antly re
lieved by a warm bath with Cuticuka Soap
and a single application of CrctcuitA, the
great Skin Cure. 1 his rejieated daily, with
two or three doses of Cuticuka Rksolv
knt. the New Blood Putifler. to keep the
blood cool, the perspiration pure and unlr
j ritatiug. the liowe's open. Ihe liver and kid
neys active, will sneciU.v cure r.czenuu i fi
ler. Kingwonn, Psoriasis. IJcheu, I'mriiiis.
The Benders kept a small inn on ' scal iie.xn. D.indrulT. and cver' species or
the road from Parsots to Cuerrv-litch!iis.sraiy and Pimply Humors of ihe
v. "" A j-oj;o lu m'' i Srcalp and Mctn, when he best physcians and
vale, Labette county, Kansas. Trav- ".fj i;awl, ivmJdies fail.
elers often stopped there for dinner, ' " ' v
and when on p. long journey frequent- KU: -.iuix.aii: :M2 Dear urn st. cm
Jy DUt UD the're for the nicllt. These. . e.iu r -teluby a-knov.Iedtre a en . . f e-
1 nnnrnni 0
EUFPALO, H. Y.
Grnnlzcd with a Pull Staff of JJghtcca
Jlxitcricnccd and Skillful 1'hysiciMU
and Surgeons for tho treatment
of all Chronic DiseoseA
OUR FIELD OF SUCCESS
Chronic Nasal Catarrh, Throat and
lung Diseases, Liver and Kidney Dis
eases, Bladder Diseases, Diseases of
Women, Blood Diseases and Nervous
Affections, cured here or at home, with or
without Bering the patient. Como and sec U3, or
send ten cents in stamps for our " Invalid's
Guide Book," which gives all larticulars;
Nervous Debility, Inipo
tency. Nocturnal Losses,
and nil Morbid Conditions
caused by Youthful FoUle3
and Pernicious Solitary
Practices aro speedily and
Ienuaiicjitly cured by our Specialists. Book,
Iost-paid, 10 cts. in stamps.
Rupture, or Breach radically
cured without tho knife, with-
il out trusses, without pain, and
K sJ without danger. Cures Guar
anteed. Book sent for ten cents in stamps.
PDLE TUH0RS and STRICTURES treated
under guarantee to cure. Book sent for ten
cents in stamps. Address, VbKLi'fl DisrsxsAnr
Medical Association, CC3 Main St., Buffalo, N.Y.
Tho treatment of many
thousands ot cases of thoso
diseases peculiar to
(J at the Invalid's Hotel and
s3 Sunrical Institute has af
forded large experience in adapting remedies for
their cure, and
is the result of thb vast experience.
it is a powerful Restorative Tonic and
Nervine, imparts vijor and strength to tho sys
tem, and cures, as if bv magic, Leucorrhea, or
" whites," excessive flowing, painful
menstruation, unnatural suppressions,
prolapsus or falling of the uterus,
weak back, anteversion, retroversion,
bearing down sensations, chronic con
gestion, inflammation and ulceration of
the womb, Inflammation, pain asd ten
derness In ovaries, internal heat, and
It promptly relieves and cures Nausea, and
Weakness or tho Stomach, Badigestion,
Bloating, Nervous Prostration, and Sleep
lessness, in either sex.
OR SHC BOTTLES
Send ten cents in stamps for Dr. Pierce's largo
Treatise on Diseases of A omen, illustrated.
World's Bispsasary Hedical Asiatics,
663 Hain St., BUFFALO, N. Y.
G rer i
"West 9th Street Assessment.
NOTICE is hereby jjiven that the as
sessment made by ordinance No. s-js of
the city of Astoria, CI.it.soi county. Or
egon, ami which ordinance passed the
Common Council on the lltli day of
August. 18S5, for the improvement of
West nth .street from Water street to
I Jerry street, as provided by ordinance
Xo. hOI, and which ordinance passed the
Common Council on the l"th day of
.June, iSSTi, on each of the following de
scribed lots fronting on said portion of
said street, is now payable atthconice
of the City Treasurer in U.S. coin, and
unless paid within live days of the final
publication of this notice, viz: Thurs
day, September 3rd, 1SS3, the Common
Council will issue warrants for the col
The assessment is as follows,:
Geo. W. Parker, lot 1 block ."U, l.'O
f ot, cost of sidewalk $"."; cost of plank
ing ai:; number yards cut 1827; cost of
cult nig 54."i.75; lotal cot i"(i21.7."i.
Geo. W. Parker, lot 12, block ."Hi, 130
feet: cost of sidewalk S7."; cost of plank
ing ;c; number yards cut-il7; number
yards filling '2H; cost of cutting and
iilling SLHTi: total S2H2.2.-..
L. D. CofTman, lot 7, Xr.0 feet, block
."5, ,"0 feet; cost of sidewalk S25; cost of
planking $31; number yards cut 310;
cost of cut $77.30; total cost S133.30.
Mrs. E!i7i Sheppard. lotO. block,"!,
130 feet: cost of sidewalk $73; cost of
planking SIC; number yards cut 1827;
co.st of cultin" $4311.73 : total cost $624.75
F. C. Norris. Iotl,S73 feet, block IV.
73 feet; cost of sidewalk S37.30; cost of
planking $4(1.50; number yards cutGOti;
cost of cutting $174 ; total cost 238.
ll.Urown, lot 12. block 10, 30 feet;
cost of sidewalk 673; co.st of planking
S03; number yards cut liurj; cost of cut
ting S483.23; total cost $1151.23.
F. N. Ulanchct, lot , block 20, 130 feet ;
cost of sidewalk $73; cost of Ianking
$03; number yards cut 1423; cost of cut
ting S33G.23; toiftl COSt $324.23.
J.F. Ferchen, lot 7, N 30 feet, block
20, DO feet: cost of sidewalk $23; cost of
planking $31; number yards cut GOO; cost
of cutting $132.23; lotal cost $208.25.
W. E. Dement, lot 7, S 100 feet, block
20, 100 feet; cost of sidewalk $50; cost
of planking $02 ; number yards cut 1324 ;
cost of cutting $331 ; total cost $443.
C. II. Page, lot 1. block 18, 130 feet:
cost of sidewalk $73; cost of planking
$y:; number yards cut 141; number
yards fill til; cost of cutting and filling
$33.23; total cost $203.23.
ILUiown, lot 12, block 18. 130 feet;
cost of sidewalk $75; cost of planking
$'J3; number yards cut 112; number
3ards fill til; cost of cutting and filling
$28; total cost SIOO.
J. Kamm, lot 0, block 17, 150 feet ; cost
of sidewalk $75; cost of planking $03:
number yards cut 141; number jards fill
01 ; cost of cutting and filling $33.25; to
tal cost $203.25.
Mrs.S. F. Wood, lot 7, block 17,150
feet: cost of sidewalk$75;costof plank
ing $y3;number yards cut 112; number
yards filling til; cost of cutting and fill
ins: $28: total cost $100.
C. W.Shivelv.lot l,X 100 feet, block
ing 100 feet; cost of sidewalk $50; cost
of planking $02; number yards fill 5(i7
cost of filling $141.75; total cost $253.75.
Chas. Stevens, lot 12, S 100 feet, block
110.100 feet; cost of bide walk $50; cost
of planking $02; number yards cut 1GD:
cost of cutting $42.23; total cost $154.25.
Mrs. Laura Ferrell, lotG, block 115,
150 feet; cost of planking $93; number
yards fill 32; cost of filling $8; total cost
J. W. Case, lot 7, block 115, 150 feet;
cost of planking $03; number yards cut
275; cost of cutting SG8.75; total cost
Clatsop 31111 Co. lot 1, block 117.125
feet: cost of sidewalk $02.30; cost of
planking $77 .50; number yards fill 1001:
cost of filling $250.25: total cost 300.25.
James Taylor, lot 6, block 118, 125
feet: cost of sidewalk SG2JX): cost of
planking $77.50: number 3ards fill 435;
cost of of liUing"$10S.75 ; total cost $248.-
James Taylor, lot 0, block 135, 125 feet ;
By order of the Common Council.
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria, Oregon, August 15th, 1S85.
,,,. . .. "!. . i ipnmoijn.-ed hisct.ehi;He.- ; nil ei.-:itl
that partof the stale i ;.u.,ji, v t-uririMtAl.'i-soi.vt-M t-i.o.i .mi
Hicnt disappearances, j aeriinteriiall-.. a: t:i:fM: :;'! i'm-
itfia no.1rt nnfil Tr I I U So J (the T- .it t..S i t II: i: e ilT II .
I'his. i;..2hi... .:Stj .':iH r.'J t:tl-M.
Beston. xei-of-a i-.'.sm E.v-:in uu:er h s
obsrv.iti "ii i'ii Jr:i mt.tn. v.h'eh civer d tlie
patient's IskIv and itiitbs, :ntl to vln;"i all
known m-l!ioioi i re :l m-: t li i s 'e,i ap
plietl witho::: bt-eeiil. hi '!i v.rts e ..ijbMely
c.irid sidt-h iy tli t"t i i j: :.: mi iiks,
leav.u.t eli-au and hea thy skn
31 r. .lahix Tt.Iel. WHIicslisuf. I'a.. writes :
"! h:tviM:irerid-vltii Siri ltheuni for oer
eiht r.r .at hues m bad Hint 1 cou'd r.nS
nttf ud to i.y ''i:.!te f r weeks at a tune.
Three Pok-s of Citicukx and f..r iiotltes
Bk.-im yi.sThavee: tire'j enr.'d me i.f ttiis
dreadful di e.ise."
if tlioir mifi.rl-nitiMr.4 bnil ronenn f i Zi-lll i.t r.i:t riieillil, oil si. .. .:.
i j, , i j, , arms.'-d legs forsewirt 1 1 .r:!:- i ..o.e
suspect they had any money about!,,, W:,j- o.,. ,.n iiai-.' ' r.s i.r.e. - t r
them, never cot further on their J one vcar: not abe to iif!- i.mk vu f-ir eight
frnvotj PinaMornlilft arnWomnnf J years : tried IllUlrip. s ! .!!.' d -; .tor
was aroused in
because of frequent
hut no search was made until Dr.
York, of Independence, went on a
trip to Fort Scott, but did not return.
That was in May, 1S73. The doctor's
brother, Colonel York, went to Fort
Scott lo find him. On his way he
stopped at the Benders' house, and
their reception of his inquiries
aronsed his suspicions. He returned
to their bonso the next da with a
posse of men and a search warrant.
They found the place deserted. Ex
amination of a spot in the yard
whore earth had been freshly turned
revealed tho body of Dr. York, and
upon further cearch the remains of
eight or nino other victims were
found. York and his men were now
eager to pursue and punish these
human fiends. The fresh trail of a
wagon was found going over the
This was followed, and at Thayer
the abandoned team and wagon of
tho Benders was found, and it was
learned that the family had there
taken the southbound train on the
L., L. & G. road. The conductor of the
train was telegraphed, and replied
that tho persons had left the train at
Chanute. Inquiry ot tho station
agent at that point elicited the reply
that they had purchased tickets
there for Chetopa. The searchers
now returned to Independence, pro
cured fresh horses and assistance,
and started for Chetopa. Arriving
there they learned that the Benders
had taken a team waiting thero for
them, and had gone southward on
the trail to Grand river, Indian ter
ritory. About four miles from
Grand river the murderers were over
taken. Tho search party slopped
them, charged them with their brutal
crimes, and shot them all tho old
man, his wife, the daughter and son
on the spot A hole was dug there,
and the four bodies were butied in
it Tho self-appointed avengers then
returned to their homes, but said lit
tle concerning what they had done,
and it was several years beforo the
facts in the case were over published.
This gave opportunity for numberless
rumors concerning the wanderings of
the Bender family to find their way
into the pipers.
Sold by all Dni-gits. Price: CiTltruA.
50.; Rksolvknt. Si o0; So.vr. 25 r.e
parvdby the Potti::: li:r: ami Ciikm
icai. Co., Boston, Miis.
TIFY the Complexion and skin
by using the CtTicri: v Sua i
"TlilED AXD ACIIIXG MUSCLES.
crying thronuh countless nerve for rest and
rTTTTo Ab relief.' 1 ike manna to the children
H or Israel is the Ccticitka Plas-
BbV Ti'it to the tired, overworked,
, IJvPa aching i.uhcI. 1 )o not deny your
fe. wrhj'-el! the comfort aflnrded by this
Sftfinew. original and speedy antidote
to pain and iuilanrii: ti.n. Atdruguists.2.-,e.:
live for 51 tM. Mailed frc- 1'eitki: Ducr
axi Ciir.3ii cai. Co , Boston.
Bilious Headacho, Diz
Indigestion, and Bil
ious Attacks promptly
cured by Dr. PIERCE'S
contracts laaypeinadefor a m XEW YOUR.
A BIG STOCK OF
Trunks, Boots and Shoes. Clothing.
Etc., .lust Rocehed at
Phii, A. Stokes a Go's,
Gum Boots, Overalls, Shirts, Etc
Next door to Foard & Stokes' store, Is head
Clothing at Bottom Figures
The Chilean miner is considered
one of the strongest men in the world,
and ho lives principally on the lentil,
the cheapest and most nutritious
food known for its weight.
A cannon ball can bo made to move
1,G2G feet per socond, or a mile in 3.2
nearly. The velocity of tho earth is
1,000 miles por hour, or n milo in 3.G.
yol'xk 3ir..": :cv:as tikis.
Tun Voltaic Bki.t Co., of Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their celebrated Ei.kc-Tito-VOLTAic
Bki.t and other Ei.kctkic
Appliances 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, paraljsls. and many other dis
eases. Complete restoration to health, vigor
and manhood guarantied. No risk is In
curred a thirty dr.va trial is allowed. 'Write
them at once fur illustrated pamphlet tree
TO PORTLAND AND RETURN
ON THE "TELEPHONE,"
1hb holds good until September 50th, 1SS5
Vllilt.SIn.cI.Aiiicrlcan VInr,C'anat!a Mr,
31ar!gulil, and Clover Blossoms.
A sinsle dose of uijford's JSndienl
Curi instantly relieves the most violent
Sneezing or Head Colds, clears the Head as
by magic, stops watery dscharges from the
INitecaud Eyes, prevents Ringing Noises in
the Head, cures Nervous Headache, and
subdues Chills and Fever. Iu Chronic Ca
tarrh it cleanses tnc nasal passages of foul
mucus, restores the senses of smell, taste,
and hearing when affected, fiees the head,
ttiro.it, and bronchial tubes of offensive
matter, sweetens and purifies the breath,
stops the cough, and arrests the progress uf
Catarrh toward Consumption.
One bottle Itadic d Cure, one box Catarrh
al Sohent mid Sanfjrd's Inhaler, all in one
package, of all druggists for SI.0J. Ask for
Sankoud's Radical Cukr.
Cotter Dmsand licnilc::t Co.. i:olon.
f I (Rf rortl:eie:ieiandpe-
fl LL. I i3 C" venllon. IIicIumhiiI it
VOLTAIC l!Mii.Nei.raigla,.scia 1-
ca.CoueJis. Colds, Weak
Back. "Stomach, and
Bov. eI?,Slnjothig Pains
rcmalo llilns. Pa'.plti-
tic ii. Dyspepsia, Liver
laiiit. Bilious re
Ialnria. and Knl-
demics. use Collins
flnstrrs (an I'.Ierlrlc. Kallery combined
with a t'oroc Plaster) and laugh at pain.
Cigars. Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Brier Pipes,
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
CORNER MAIN AND CIIENAMTJS STS.
The Gem Saloon.
The Popular Resort for Astorians.
Everything bought here guaranteed to be
just as represented. No old stock; every
thing fresh, and NEW GOODS on every
Steamer. Remember the place.
PIIIjL. a. STOKES & CO.
GB-A full line of GENTS' FURNISIUNO
GOODS for sale at
Prices that Defy Corapetltien.
Finest of Wines and Liquors
Go to THE GEM SALOON.
ALEX. CAMPBELL. - - PROPRIETOR
J. RL D. GSAT.
Wholesale and retail dealer Id.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND AND CEMENT.
General Storage and "Wharfage on reason
able terras. Foot of Beutou street, Astoria,
HEAT. QUICK AND CHEAP,
The Astorian Job Office.
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. 1. The engineers of the engine
companies of the Astoria Fire Depart
ment shall be nominated and appointed
by the foremen of the respective com
panies, subject to the confirmation of
the Common Council.
Sec. 2. No engineer of any company
of the Astoria Fire Department shall be
discharged or removed till his successor
has been duly appointed and confirmed.
I'.tssed the Loiniunu Council August
Approved August 12th, 1RS5.
Attest : T. S. jEWivrr,
Auditor and Clerk.
Main Street Assessment Notice-
NOTICE is hereby given that the as
sessment made by ordinace 2o. 825 of
tin itt nf A ctnrio fllnfenn iniintv fir-
egon. and which ordinance passed tlie
Common Council on the 28th day of
July, 18S.1. and was approved on the 29th
day of July,18So, 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 No. 805 of the city of
Astoria, and which ordinance passed
the Common Council on the 13th day of
June, 188o, and was approved on the 15th
day of June, 1885, on each of the follow
ing described lots fronting on said por
tion 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.,
Thursday, September 3rd, 1885, the Com
mon Council will issue warrants for the
The assessment is as follows :
Frank Carr, lot 1, block 95, 2,224 yards
cut, cost S55G; 100 feet planking, cost
02; Total cost SG18.
II. 13. Parker, lot 8, block 95, 530 yards
cut, 52 yards fill, cost S132.50: 100 feet
planking, cost $62: Total cost S19L50.
II. li. Parker, lot 1, block 112, 4.810 yds.
fill, cost 1,2020; 100 feet planking, cost
$62-, Total cost S12GL50.
J I. li. Parker, lot S, block 112.1,773 yds.
fill, cost S4435; 100 feet planking, cost
S(i2: Total costS5055.
Bergman & Berry, lot 4, block '. 1 .292
yards cut, cost S323: 100 feet planking,
cost G2: Total cost S3S5.
Mrs. A. McKenzie, lot 5. block 9(1, 500
yds, cut, cost S125; 100 feet planking,
cestSG2: Total costSl87.
M. P. Callender, lot 4, block 11 1, 2,445
yards fill, cost SGI L25: lOOfeetplanking,
cestSG2: Total cost $073.25.
Man- B. Mayer and II. M. Mayer, lot
5, block 111, 2,18G yards fill, eost S54U.50;
lOOfeetplanking, cost SG2: Total cost
By order of the Common Council.
Attest : T. S. Jewett,
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria, August 15.1885.
GRAND PRIZE PARIS 1878.
THEY HAVE BEEN AWARDED
AT THE VAKIOl'S
THAN THE G0CP3 OF ANY OTHER
IX '1 UK WOULD.
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Salem Flouring Mills,
Portland Roller Mills,
Capital Flour and
Royal Brand Flour
Manufactured by the
OREGON MILLING COMPANY
Is of Superior Quality, and Is Endorsed
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THE HOUSEKEEPER'S FAVORfTE
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