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PORT OP ASTORIA.
READY FOR SEA.
West York. Br bk CS1 Qucenstown Oct 19
:on. Kaircliild, Am bk Qucenstown Oct IV
A RR1 VALS FROM SEA .
Durisdcer. 15rsp9S9 Dunedin Oct 2J
CSnsedslc, Urap Liverpool Oct2l
Krspigadera, Br sp 1C9 Australia Oct 21
City of liankoir. Br sp 11S5 San Francisco Oct21
MacDiannid, BrsplSCO Sidney Oct 21
VESSELS IX TUB III VKR.
Uarnraony, l!r bk I2V
Karl Derby. Br bk
l'artliia. Brbk 102.!
Mercia, Br bk "."!
City of Florence. Br sp
Hichtnoor.llr bk 1112
Cormorant, Brp 1''""
VESSELS OH TDK WAY.
s-'roui Toreltru VoriH, for the
Abeona BrspUT'J Burnt island Ma) 12
Abercorn, Br sp 12(12 Sydney Sopt"
Alf. Nor bk GST Iquique Aug2l
Abernitc, BrbklOO Brisbane Septs
Alutnnia, BrbkTISCallaoScpt lr
AmphitritP. Br sp 171)3 Montevideo
Braemar. Br bk 1033 Lj ttleton Oct 1
llrjiibilda, BrspLj ttleton Oct 1
City of Glasgow. Br sp 11CS Buenos A) re Atis lfi
Clan McLeod. Br bk filC Rio Aug 21
Carmarthen Castle, Brsp HOT Sjdney Aus 11
County of Merioneth. Br bk IOCS Montcvidio
CrosUIill, Brbk 11)19 Srdnej AurSI
County of Flint, Br bk 1053 New Castle
Coclirina, Br bk 931 Dunedin
Compadre, Br bk Brisbane July 29
Porenby.-Br bk3S Liverpool via Victoria Aujr, "1
Karl Roseberry, Brbk 1150 Buenos Avrc
Klny. Br bk7C7 Newcastle. AuclT
1'irtb of Stronsa, Br bk !lOO iydnej
I'nedeburK. Br p Antifoca'-ta
Fiithof Doroocli, Br bkIKJ7 Liverpool Sept. 2.
Clenocle, Brbk 614 Valparaiso
(Slenbervie, Br bk S0O Adelaide Sept "
Inclewood. Br bk Brisbane Sept IS
Kincardineshire, Br bk 1252 London Sept.
I.alla Bookh. Br bk Adelaide
Lorraine. Br bk S25 Alcoa Bay
Lord Kinnaird. BrbkSU Caldora Auc21
Mande. Brbk UTTSidnty
Mary Low. Br bkS.15 Buenos A res.
Nortbernly, Br sp 1221 Valparaiso
.o Head, Br bk 1012 Sydney Aur2'J
Xcrcrois Brbk S"J7 Brisbane .Itily 29
I'rince Frederick. Br in I'annina
Kals'an. Br sp S1T Adelaide
Seleuo,,Br bk Liverpool
Singapore. Br bk CG Buenos Ajre
Tythonons. Br bk 1152 Sjdney Auc 1
Union. Nor sp Mil Newcastle Aug 1
Victoria Bay, Brbk lllSSydney Auj23
From American Port.
Olive S. Southard. Am sp New York April 13
Otterspool, Brsp 1W San Pedro.
TrE TAOIiK FOK ASTOKIA.
11 Hi II XVATKU. LOW WATKK.
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ri0 40 7"il0:; si 121 02 1 :u 20
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7 11 M 85 - - -- 5 4S 04 0 10 05
.8 0 22 84 o::2 8 8 Vtt Ofi 053 01
9 10)82 HI 9(1 7 03 11 7 IS! -02
10 152 77 131 90 7.'W 10 8 15 -02
11 2 37 72 2 07 8 8 OS 2 0 80S -0 1
12 3 22 0 0 2 41 8 0 8 45 2 5 I) 42 0 1
13 4 14 01 3 'J S2 27 3 0110 32 11..
14 5 13 57 4 Oil 7 0 10 10 3 4 II 2S (is
15 0 23 5 0 5 03 711120 3S - - -10
7 30 50 0 12 00 0 31 1 1 (1 40 4 0
17 8 37 00 7 3.5 05 I 37 1 2 2 03 3 S
18 9 20 CO 8 48 09 2 33 12 3 11 3 2
19 10 01 7 0 9 50 0 9 3:50 12 4 05 25
20 10 30 75 10 42 72 4 15 13 147 19
21 11 00 7 8 11 27 71 4 51 I 3 5 18 1 2
22 1131 82 - - - 5 32 14 5 53 0 5
23 0 WJ 75 0 02 8 5 0 a: 1 0 0 29 ' -0 1
24 0 51 74 0 2S 88 0 30 1 8 7 07 -05
2T) 1 :KJ 72 100 9 0 7 11 2 1 740 -0 8
20 2 18 0 9 1 35 91 7 45 2 3 8 30 -OS
27 3 07 C 2 17 SS 8 '7 2 0 9 21 -0 0
28 4 02 03 3 IM SO 9 10 2 9 10 17 -02
29 5 05 01 4 02 8 0 10 10 3 2 1121 0 2
30 0 01 01 5 13 74 1128 3 3 - - ,--
31 7 220 C 3 MlJ7 0 0 ,'EW 0 0 0 5'; 32
The hours between miduignt and noon are
designated by a (a. m.), those between noon
and midnight by p (v. m.). ah. 00m a denotes
midnight, (A. 00n. j denotes noon.
The height is reckoned from the level of
average low er low waters to Inch the sound
ings are given on the Coast Survey charts.
Columbia River Exports.
2 To Queen ini )rr . Trt
Wheat, 00.2CO bu ? 11,00i
2 -To T.Urrtoo1 jrJohn T. Hrrry.
Salmon, 40,173 ..... . $100,002
Wheat, 20.4S9 bus 15.2-11
3 To Plymouth. trM. K. M'utho,i.
Wheat, 05,101 !.u- s OV0o
C To QnreiHmrii ; Coiioilnii.
Wheat. 03.001 bus $ 51,335
9 To QtuxntJoirn iter C.iouoIhi.
Wheat, 37,2t 1:ls 23,000
19 To Queenstoirii ir BV.' YoiU.
Wheat. 38.C22 bus $ :,120
19 To Quccnstmrn per Peri. '
AVheat,5l,SS9 bus ? :,9ic
19 To Qucctutmcn per Gen. Fail-child.
Wheat. 78.34! bus $ C0.007
21 To Brixlol per T. F. Oal.cs.
Wheat, 10S2S7bus.. Sl.210
21 To Qticcnstoirn per irclllcc.
Wheat. 44.2G4 bus $ 31,325
21 To Qucenhtoicn per City of Benares.
Wheat, S9.71S bus . $ 70,440
ftTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TITF.
il undersigned was on the 12th day of
ocjuciuufr, ijs, uuiy iioiiueu ny llie
County Court of the state of Oregon, county
Mel ine deceased. All persons having claims
against said estate are hereby notified to
present the same properly verified to me at
the office of the I. X. L. Packing company
at Astoria, Oregon, within six mouth from
l his date.
Mlts. NATHALIA MELINE.
Aitoria, Oregon, Sept. 17th, 1SS5.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
whom it may conceni that the under
signed will make application to the Advisory
Board or Pardons at their regular meeting
October, 1S85, which begins out lie 27th day
of October, for a pardon from the Oregon
State Penitentiary from a sentence of five
jearsiu said penitentiary received in As
toria about the day or August, 16S3. Said
.sentence was passed on a conviction of lar
ceny of a silver watch.
This 3rd day of October, 1SS3.
Temple Liodge, tio. 7A.F.A.M,
AX first and third Tuesdays in each
month, at 7U o'clock, r. m.. at the
Hall in Astoria. Members of the order in
good standing are invited to attend..
By order of the W.M.
Beaver Lodge No. 35. 1. 0. 0. F.
"DEGULAIt MEETING EV-
"w ciy xiiuisaay evening ai'
seven o'clock, at the Lodire
room in Odd Fellows Hall. Asto
ria. Sojourning members of the order in
good standing, cordially Invited to attend.
By order N. G.
Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O.F.
KEGULAK MEETINGS OF OCEAN EN
campment No. 13. I. O. O. F., at the
I)dge, in the Odd Fellows Building, at
seven i. ai.. on the second and fourth
Mondaj's of eacli month. Sojourning breth
ren cordially invited.
By order C' F.
Seaside Lodge No. 12. A. O. U. W.
KEGULAIl MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
Lodge No. 12, A. O. U. IV. will be held
in their Hall over Camahan & Co.'.s on
Thursday evening of each week, at 7 o'clock.
Members of the order in good standing, and
visiting Brothers ate invited to attend. Li
brary will be open fifteen tnintite. before
and after each meeting. By order M. V.
C. BROWN, IN'C
dishing Post No. 14, G. A. R.
EEGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS TOST
on the second and fourth Tuesdays of
each month at 7:30 v. m. Visiting com
rades cordiallv invited. By order
Cushing Relief Corps No. 3, CJ. A. R.
and fourth Tued:ivs of each month, at
2 1. r.
By order Mk. C. BOSS.
Pacific Lodge No. 17, K. or P.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THIS
ldge every Friday evening, at 7 SK
o'clock, in their Castle Hall, Sojourning
Knights cordially invited to attend.
AV. A. SHERMAN,
K. of IJ. and S,
Company H, O. S. M
REGULAR DRILLS EVEItY MONDAY,
and Wednesday ecnin:rs. Regular
meetings the second and fourth Thursdays
of ea:h month at 7 -M r. m.
C. W. FULTON,
REGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND
fourth Tuesday evenings of each tsiontli
at IVt o'clock.
sS"lerMiis desiring to have matters acted
upon by the Council, at any regular meet
ing must present the same to the Auditor
and Clerk, on or before the Friday evening
prior to the Tuesday on which the Conned
liolds itsic-gular meeting.
Auditor and Clerk.
GERMANIA BEER HALL
lillerii Pacific Brewery
Five Cents a Class.
E35No inferior Beer sold at this place.
G. A. STINS0K & CO..
At CapL Rogeis old stand, corner of Ca-a
and Court Street.
Ship and C.uinery ork. Horseshoeing.
Wagons made atd repaired. Good work
S. ARNDT & FERUHEN
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
All kiuds of
Promptly attended to,
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
Z't n kegs.
Duck Shooting ?14.00
Sea Shoot ing. 7.0O
Rille, Fgto 3 Fg 7.00
2-" Pound Bags . . $ 2.00
Tink Edge, No. 10 .? 1.50
Black Edge, No. 10 . .85
A. G, SPEXARTH, Astoria.
Notice of Administratrix.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned was on the 22nd day of
September 18S3 appointed administratrix of
the estate of O. D. Young, deceased. All per
sons having claims against said estate are
hereby notified to present the same, verified
as bylaw required, tome at my residence
on John Day's River In Clatsop county, Or
egon, wlthm six months from this date.
Astona,t)regon. September 29, 1SS3.
First Class Hearse and Material
Shop and Ofllce on Main St., above Pioneer
This powder never varies. A marvel or
nuritv. strength and v.holesomencs.s. More
economical than the ordinary kind,aud can
not lie. vim in competition witn me muiu
tude of low tot, .short weight, alum or phos
phate powders. Sold onlu in ranx. Rovai.
RakxnoI'owiif.kCo. too Wall-st.. N. Y.
0. E. & N.
And Waji Landings.
Tlie Steamers of the O. It. & X Co.. car
rying the U.S. malls, leave the Compaiis
Dock livery Iny, Sundavs ecepteu. at 0
TliMs the only daily line, and the only
line running all the year round.
TO SAN FRANCISGO.
Ilionnly line of Steamships to San Fmn
ciseo. Steamers Uae (MmpanvV. I(m-1; even
Regular Line of
Tow Boats and Barges,
For Towage and Lighterage.
STORAGE )F AT.ts KIADS.
Inquire at Companv's Dock or at CitvOI
ce opposite Van Dusen's store.
K. A. XOYES.
0VERLA.WD TO CALIFORNIA.
Oregon & California U.K.
TIMK, TWO AND A IIAI.K 1AM.
Fare to han Fran. $:fi; tosacrjuucnlo $:H)
Close connections made at Ashland with
stages of the California & Oregon Stage Co.
(DAII.i KXCK1T SUNDAYS.)
East Side DJtlfclou,
KirrWF.EXrOKTLlM AXI AS!IIit.VI
LEAYK I AKKIYK
Portland rfO A M Ahland 4:13 A M
Ashlana 9:20 1 M I Portland tHM
Albany Express Trnln.
I.KAVK I AUUlYi:
Portland ilM P M Lebanon sril P M
Lebanon 4:U A M 1 Portland 10:Ui A M
l'ullmau Palace Slueiung Cars daily be
tween Portland and Ashland.
The O. & C. R. R. Ferry makes eoi net-lion
wilh all regular trains on the East Side Div.
from foot of F street
West Side DivMon.
BKTWEKX PORTLAND AM) CORVALLIS,
1.KAVK I ARRIVE
Portland 9:00 A M Corrallis 4SW P M
Corralli S:S A M I Portland .30 PM
I.KAVE I ARRIVE
Portland S.-OU P M j McMinnriIle....S0 PJI
McMinnTillu..5: a M I Portland JSiSU A 31
Local tickets for sale and bagirage checked
at company's up-town ofllce, cor. Stark and
Second streets. Tickets for principal points
In California can only be procured and bag
gage uuecKeu ai company s ouice.
Corner F and Front Sts., Portland Or.
Freight will not be rcceivea for .shipment
after live o'clock v. ?t. on either the East or
West Side Divisions.
R. KOEHLER, E. V. ROGERS.
Manager. G. F. & 1'a.ss. Agt.
Ilwaco Steam Iviiation Co
FROM ASTORIA TO
Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canby and Ilwaco,
Connecting by stages aud steamboats for
Oysterville, Montesano and Olympia
! "GEN. MUES,"
"V. r. WllITrOMK, Masteh.
"Will leave Astoria daily (Sundays exceptod)
Ft Stevens. Ft. Canby and Ilwaco.
at 8 A. M
AVith Oysterville Mails and Express daily,
Through Mails to points beyond, and
Montesano, "V. T on
Mondays, "Wednesdays and Fridays.
On Thursdays the "Miles' will make
two round tops. Iea Ing Astoria on sec
ond trip (about :; r. M.) 3 hours after arrival
from first trip.
Fare to Ilwaco,
Passengers will save 25 cents by purchas
ing tickets before going on board.
Ilwaco Freight per Ton. - $2.00
CSf-Eor Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the olllce or the company, Gray's
wharf, foot of Benton streeL
J. II. D. GRAY,
Str. A. B. Field,
Will leave Main street wharf as regu
arly as weather permits during August
September and October. Freight per O.
It. & X. Co. will connect at Astoria.
Rate from Portland and Astoria to Hobson
vllle$Cper ton. rassage from Astoria 5
Address BADOLLET & CO..
I nlO rArCIl Howell ftCo'sNewspapor Ad
iertUlngBureau(10SprnceSy,where advert Islne
conu-actsmaybeinaderorUlN NEW YOUK
Character on the Outside of a Book.
A well-bound book will open easily
and will close firmly. While reading
it will not be necessary to press the
covers back, and when laid down
they will not gapi apart. It will be
neither still" as east iron and heavy,
with beveled cdes nor limp, though
fashion at present requires it to be
... ,. .: , j
either one Or the o.ncr. . good
binding is elastic ; it will yiehl, but
it will return to its place, if covered
with lull crushed morocco, which
makes the finest and best covering,
the polishing of the leather will bi
a groat test of the binder's care and
taste. Levant morroco comes with a
large grain, and if left so is easily
damaged or torn. It should there
fore be crushed with the "polisher,"
a large burnishing tool, and the whole
appearance of the book depends on
how this crushing is done. It may
be so slight as to be of little service,
and to look more like the result of ac
cident than of design, or it may be
carried so far that the desirable va
riety of texture is quite lost, or it
may be uneven, spotty, and slovenly.
The gilt tooling and lettering should,
in modern books, be neat and sharp.
The ornamental tooling, which is
done with small stamps, called irons,
though now universally engraved in
brass, may be so arranged as to form
very pretty patterns or the reverse.
It follows that a book may have as
much character in its outside appear
ance as its inside, and very often it
has more substance. Like every
thing that is done by hand, it may lie
vulgar or quiet, coate or elegant,
flimsy or substantial. There is no
sort of hand work that docs not rise
at times to the dignity of a line art, and
bookbinding is certainly no excep
tion. Tho Cray Otiilt at Xciv Orleans.
At the great Imposition where tho
whole world has brought its best pro
ducts of industry, where all nations
have exhibits ot their highest skill,
where art is, or ought to lie, seen at
its best, even here the unsightly
patchwork, of which many have not
yet learned to be ashamed, finds a
place and is ollercd as a specimen of
the skill of woman. Here the crazi
est of crazy notions the properly
named "crazy quilt" is put on exhi
bition, that all the world may note tho
wonderful skill of American woman
hood. What is it? A token of mis
sjcnt lime, of keen eyes weakened,
of silk wasted in embroidering bits
of silk scraps that should have found
their place in the rag bag, a much
more suitable appropriation of them
than making them up at such cost
into bed covers, which are neither
useful nor ornamental. A man who
should so waste his time would be
considered a fit subject for the luna
tic asylum. Should a carriage maker
gather up all the little scraps of leath
er in his own establishment and those
of his friends and proceed to make a
patchwork covering of the most atro
cious combination of colois for his
carriages and buggies when he had
at hand a much more suitable mater
ial at 100 per cent less cost and labor,
and when finished, if he should ask
that his fantastic piece of work
should be exhibited at the World's
Fair, what would be thought of him9
Could he possibly find a plaee for his
wonderful work" of art in the great
One who is a social oracle tell mo
that it is high treason for any of her
sex or station to use .-cents. A very
mild cologne is baiely tolerated, but
no Lubin or other extract, however
delicate and fragrant. Where there
is so much of the aitificial that must
be natural. I asked a man of the
world about it. lie replied: "What
you have heard about peifuniery be
ing tabooed in good society is a fact.
A young girl came here and was in
vited to a pai ty. She was exquistely
beautiful, rarely accomplished and a
dazzling creature every way. iut hap
pening to have on her lace hamlker
chief just a dainty drop of violet ex
tract, she was doomed to exclusion, in
case of adherence to the scent bottle.
No amountof intellect, wit, loveliness,
piety or grace could have saved her
riles are frequently preceded by a
sense of weight in the back, loins and
lower part of the abdomen, causing the
patient to suppose he has some effection
of the kidneys or neighboring organs.
At times, symptoms of indigestion are
present, flatulency, uneasiness of the
stomach, etc. A moisture like perspir
ation, producing a very disagreeable
itching, after getting warm, is a com
mon nttenriant. lilinri. Illeeriiug ami
Itching Piles yield at once to the appli
cation of Dr. llosanko's Pile remedy,
xxiiich acts directly upon the parts ef
fected, absorbing the Tumors, allaying
the intense itch ing, and effecting a per
manent cure. Price 50 cunts. Address
The Dr. Uosanko Medicine Co.. Piqua,
O. .Sold by .1. W. Conn.
Just a Little Too Smart.
A student of the University of
Texas being short of funds wrote to
his father in Galvesten: "Send me
$100 by return mail. lie who gives
quickly gives double."
The old gentleman replied the next
mail inclosing $30, with the remark
that, as he had responded promptly,
the $50 inclosed were equivalent to
the desired $100.
What Parents Fear.
ATany persons especially parents
object to quack nostrums as likely
to engender or encourage a lovo for
strong drink. They are rigbt. Bet
ter to die of disease than of drunken
ness. The use of Parker's Tonic does
not involve this danger. It not only
builds up the system, curing all ail
ments of the stomach, liver and kid
neys, but it stimulates without in
toxicating and absolutely cures the
appetite for liquor.
YOUXG 3IEX!-KKAD THIS.
Tiik Voltaic Kf.lt Co., of Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their celebrated Elec-tko-Voltaic
Kklt and other Electric
Appliances on trial for thirty days, to
men (youug or old) afllictcd xxith 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 guaranteed. So risk is in
curred as thirty dax-s trial Is allowed. "Write
them at once for illustrated pampnlet free
Diseases from Pimples to Screful: HEAT'
Cured by Cuticura.
I HtfrciLs of Ieter- in our ic-si". or, cop-
j piesof v.hich inavbe had bv ntti'ii of mail, Im
I repeat thlsMory : I have hem a ternblej JLllC
suherer fer years from Di-cabes of the SKin
l'1!1,1 "lve been obl'ed to s
hcplacpsby reason of my dishgi
!,nS; have had the best ph;.Mcia
eil to shun pub-
.spent hundn ds of dollais. and got no relief
until i useu me itTiri i:a kemediks.
w fcich have cured me. and hft mv s-kin and
blood as pure as a child's.
'vr.K3:j v.mth SAir istsKurti.
CiTuiitA KtuiKDihs arj the greatest
ineillriiif.si.il earth. Had the worst ease of
Salt Rheum in this country- Mv mother hail
ittweut rrs. and in faet died from it. I
bel.ceCL 1 u riCA would haesaed her life.
M aims, br-a-t and hesd wen cowred lor
ihrt e years, w hirh noihing rchev. d or nred
mi ill I used the CtmrLKV Kr-oiA r.:.T.
Intt-roailv. and Othti: ami CiTieri:
siettriiaH.. . W VIi.vMs.
ity.w, facj: ax i:o:v h.-wy.
I conimeneed tu-i'iirCiTit i i:a Rksi
i.oiks last .luij. M i fail ami taee and
some p.irts ,f ut . were ahaiist niw.
.My hesul waseocr-l wi'H si-.il, ami sotv.
aiul mj sniiciri - .-.v :.jiii,:. had tried
t- v? thing 1 h. d s .-imI f in the H:tst and
Wi-sr. My er-w.tsri.M-.il.-n'it a n l:d
one. !lia m.. nor h vnrtiele ol Skin Hu
mor about in-, r.'td -:si' i- eonsiden'd
woiitlerfid. .Mis'-.. .-. If. Will I'i'LK.
Hkiwti k. Mini.
iws.v.n 5'jcc.r,: KKiTO -::kt,
Cli;.rie r-ire lliiik,e,.lerse. City Heights.
X. .1 . wii:s:". suii.alad id twelve years-.
wa e:npletel nred i-t a terrible eae of
! in.: thi'CrrirrKA U''mfiis. From
t-ie ;m I liitlit.'il tn ihe s,ih- .f his feet
was i:ie nia-v-of s-jih " Lei mht-r re -iiiv
.nut phsi i.uisiial lii'i'ii t'ru'.l in a:u
'i'ii ialf ha if! be it !ild a to the great
-nra:.e i.r. ot th- Ci rirniA 1!mk-
mt -. I hate Kii!hi.itdrds ot dollars for
nn (ii-in-s to ei.re.iisvjisfs of the blond and
kin. and nrii-r Tomi,: :.n tlimu l to ciiiial
theCt-rit ri:. K3:Ktn.
Fitox Jiu.M'K. It. 1. C A. A ILLIAMS.
Ar sold eerj where. Price: Citicika.
."y. : Ri.-oi. k r. M : oas-, JV'. Piepnrcd
b the 1'otii .: Dkci. mCiii-mh i Co.,
Hi sto, Mass.
rnit rv"JSw l t'lirr "sJiiu Ulsrasrs "
GiJino PiiupUV-KiiiI'I' misli saiitllKiby
7j U -j OjI.iim rsn.svd'i. Cixiit i:aSoi
SNLJ-ZS: until your
!e id mviils imi1 tolly
oil : until your nose
aud ejtsdisehaige ex
eisive qiiautitirs ot
thin. iriit.itiug. watery
thiid . until yotirheail
;ic!n . mouth and
throat lurched, and
blond nt Tever heat,
'lhis is an Acute Ca
tarrh, and Is Instantly
- " j i
rthevee b a single dose, and peimanently
cured 1 one bottle or Sanvoim-; RAlitcAi.
Complete Treatment wilh I nhaler SI
One bottle Radical Cure, one box Catarrh
al Solvent. and oneimproed Inhaler, in one
package, mav now be had of atl drturgists
forSl. AskforS vxKOito's Raiucm-Cuke.
"1 he onl absolute .specific we know of."
.lf if. Tiiiirs. "The best we hae found
in a lire time of sufft ring." Iter. Dr. iri'i
oin, i:wMi. "After a Jong .strangle with
Catarrh, the ICapicai. Cckk has eon
iiuered." l.cr S. II". Muurtu- lyichlmnjli.
Z'ii. "I have not found a ease that it did not
relieve at onee." -lmlivir Isc. 3Iiuichclrr,
Potter Drug ami Clirmlral 'o . Boston.
jitnrs ven: KurjrirzisainiPs-
timi that appeals jo eer tortun-d ictini or
iClieumaiisin, wuo uuiis me omiiii
ar nlasteisand liiuuients power-
w lis to relieve
' ( nn i i:a an
A a'i elegant ami
" ef relief, banis
lis to relieve him. To Mich the
A.VNTl Pai.n riTK.i:is
ul neer-tailing source
ishing rhcumaiie. neu-
nilsii. si-iatie. Midden, .sharp and nervous
pains :;sb mame. New. original, speed-,
'life. At drtmm.sts.'j."e : lie tor one dollar,
maiied live, i'ettm: IM:i-i: .xi Clir.st
iri. ('.. Boston
Than any o'li
rioritx-. It soes
He ep and Never
Price, SI. 50.
CITY TP.KIM'UER'S REPORT.
J. ;. Hustler In Account mth the City of
Astoria, for the Ouarter Kiulin:.'
September till. 1SS5.
To balance on band S",l."il 14
To ami. from ra!e liiipior li
censes 1.S0O CO
To amt. from .sale leam li
censes To amt. from sale Hilliurd Ta
To amt. from sale Peel Ta
To amt. from aIcDog liecne.s
To amt. from sale Hotel Itun
To amt. from sale Pawn Brok
To amt. from ale Circus, i&c.
To amt. from sale Peddlers li
censes To amt. from sale Howling Al
To amt. from sale of Concealed
To amt. from Police Court
T i. r
vt . rr
To amt. from Citv Tax, 1SS.1... u;,0.il 'Si
To amt. from Uenton Street
assessment 17S .10
To amt. from Washington
Street assessment 17 00
To amt. from side Lots in
Cemeterv '227 20
Total 22,8"i-i 29
ly amt. Warrants paid .Slo2H IM
Bvlialanco in Trcasurv G.KiTt Xi
To General Fund $5)2l S7
" Cash rsa;3 .".j
Total S1LV!7 22
Dv Cemetery Fund 1100 70
Main Street Fund 1 00
" Police Fund .-;,470 54
" City Tax 1SS5 5,7m -IS
" Benton Street Fund 158 50
" Washington Street Fund. . . 17 00
Total S12,357 22
.1 . G. IIustlkr, Treas.
Astoria, Or., October iath.1835.
QUIGK AHD CHEAP,
Astorinn Job Oifice.
Cuahmg's Court Street Assessment
A Ol Hums liereoy m ven that the as
sessment marie hy ordinance Xo. W0 of
the city of'Astoria. county of Clatsop,
.state of Oregon, for the improvement or
Cusliing's Court street in the said city
of A.storiaas laid out and rccurriori b
.!.M. Shivery, from West !ih street to
West Mh i-lfeet, as provided L ordin
ance Xn-srw of aid city of Astoria, on
each of the following described lots
flouting on airi portion of said Ci:.sh
inuV Court street, is now payable at the
office of tlieC:t Treaurer in V. S. imuii.
ami unle.-s paid within live daj of the
final publieationof this notice, viz: Fri
day, October ."0th, 1S.s7, the Common
Council will order warnuits isneil lor
the eo'.IecUon thereof.
The assortment is as follews:
Miss. P. Wood.JIrs. 31. I. Ilenen.
iaiiu.- W. Welch. .lohn W. Welch and
1). II. Welch, lot l block i:r.."l) teet. IJ7
ds cut 4i."i. planking Sl!'): total
Mrs. S. V. Wood. lot '2 block l.'lTi. r0 it..
:rilris cut si. plankitu; .?in.r.o ; total
Mrs. Ii. Horn. lot :t block l.'tTi, HO feer.
:;7! ds cut tU.7."i, planking $ll-".0 : total
L. K. O. Smith. lot 4 block 133, ."0 feet,
nil vris cut ami r1 vds fill $40.2.1. plauk
inti iy-"i()- total co.st.?r).7."i.
.lames Tavlor, lot .1 block Y.'Ji. o0 feet.
41!vlsfil Sin, planking $l!.,o: total
.lames Tax lor. lot t! block 1".".."0 feet.
70S yds till 177, planking MOr.0: total
K.A.Taylor, lot 1 block lis. .".) feet,
sidewalk i.", planking ?ll)-"0: total cost
K.A.Taj lor. lot -J block 118. .",o feet.
"0 x-ils cut Ti, siilexx-alk Si". itanking
SlliJH): total cost S4i-"0.
It. Carrot Iipj-s. lot:: block lis. Z( feet.
."77 vds fill Sml. sidewalk 'S.. plank
ing Sli)-"): total cost Siss.73.
.lames Taylor, lot 4 block US. ."0 f et.
20xds cut i5, siriewalk ?i". planking
.-slIO); total cost SJDiJO.
.lames Taylor, lot.'i block lis. ."0 feet,
." vds fill 5l.".7."i, siriexvalk Si", iilanking
S1!J"H): total cost -s."iS.i"i.
.James Taylor, lot (5 block 118. .'0 feet.
217 x ils till Si51.7.", siilexx-alk i", plank-imrH'-'iO:
total cost Sioti-i";.
Iv order of the Common Council.
Attest: T.S. Jewxtt,
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria, Oregon, October 8th. 188.".
Notice of Assignment.
TfcTOTICK IS IIEREr.Y GIVKX TO ALL
Lri xUiom it may conceni. that the under
signed has been appointed assignee of the es
tate otMessrs. Prael llros., insolx'ents. aud all
petsons having claims against the: said estate,
are requested to present the same to the
assignee properly x'erilled at his office in the
bank of l.xV. Case, in the city of Astoria,
Clatsop county, state of Oresron, x ithin three
mouths from this date, and all persons in
debted to the said estate are requested to
make immediate payment of the same.
Astoria. Oregon. October Kith. 1SS.
IX THE COUNTY COURT OFTIIK STATE
of Oregon, for the county or Clatsop.
In the matter or the Estate or the minor
heirs or .1. G. Coe deceased.
Tiitheuetiif kin to Ileiiiamiu Coe and
Terry Coe. minors, and all others interested,
xi. : Mrs. I'.hzahcth Coe, Menry Coe. Mrs.
Clara Overton, Reuben Coe, Ira"C'e. Alfred
Coe. Kli7a Cue, Olivet Coe, .hi. . Welch
and D. II. Welch, greeting:
In tie name or the state or Oregon, j on are
hereby cited and required to appear in the
County Court or the state of Oregon, for the
county of Clatsop, at tiiecourt room thereot,
at Astoria in the county of CI.it sop on Mon
day the 'Mh daj of October, I3S5. at '2. o'clock
in the afternoon of that day, then and there
to slioxv cause, if any. xxiiy a license should
not be granted for the. sale of the txxo ninths
interest in the following real estate, to-xxit :
lots three (3) and four II) in block thirty (30)
of the town now citv of Astoria as laid out
and recorded by John McCIure and the Do
nation Iuid claim of J. (L Coe. deceased
Said txxo ninths interest being the interests
ontenjjmiii Coe and Terry Coe. minor heirs
of .1. (I. Coe deceased.
Ordered that this citation be published in
Tiik Daily Astoiiian of Astoria, Oregon.
C. A. McCUIltE,
.ludgo ofthe County Court of the
ix. state of Oregon, for the county of
Clatsop, xxith the seal of said court
united tills 8th day of September,
A. D. IS5.
Attest: C. .7. TRENCH AIM),
IN" THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE
of Oregon, for the county of Clatsop.
In the matter of the estate of H. it. Rruhn,
To the next of kin of II. R. Rruhn. de
ceased, and to xvhoiu it may concern, gieet
ing. In the name of the state of Oiegon, you
are hereby cited and required to appear in
the County Court of the .state of Oregon, for
the county of Clatsop, at the court room
thereof, at Astoria in the county of Clatsop
on Wednesday the eighteenth day of No
vember, 1SS5. at one o'clock in the afternoon
ot that day. then and there to show cause
xxhytif any) an order or sale should not be
made tosellthefolloxx'ingreal estate. to-xvit :
commencing at ai stake at ordinary low t de
on the east bank ofNecanicum creek in the
center or Crimes' bridge on the ranch of one
J. T. Mulkey in Clatsop county. Oregon, and
thence running east ten and one half (KHt)
rods to the center of the present county
road thence north along the center of said
county road txxo hundred (20O) feet to a
stake in the center of said county road
thence xx'est ten and one hair (10J4) rods to a
stake on the bank of said Necanicuiu creek
thence south along the east bank of said
Necanicum creek to the place or beginning,
InScc.'JI.T G N, i: 10 xV, and containing
at.soo square Teet.
Judge of the County Court of the
state of Oregon, for the county of
L. s. Clatsop xvith the seal of said court
alllxeil. this seventeenth day of
October. A. D.18.C.
Attest : C. .1. TUENCHAED, Clerk.
nmiE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
JL appointed administrator of the estate
of John Amundsen, deceased, notice is here
by given that all persons having claims
against the said estate shall present the
same xvith proper x'ouchers. xvithin .six
months from tins date, at the office of F. I).
Wintiin in the city of Astoria, Clatsop coun
OLUF W. PEDERSON,
October 17th, 1SS5. rtlw
Will be alloxved
On Time Deposits.
Drafts on all the leading Cities.
Wm. T. Coleman & Co..
Manager Banking Department,
DR. VAN MONCISGAR
Permanently located at
l:'.2ami 151 Third Street, Portland, Oregon.
Is a rtg.il.ir graduate in medicine, has been
longer engaged in the special treatment or
all x'enercai. sexual and chrome riLseases
than any other plivslcian in the West, as
eitj papers show, and old residents know.
S100O reward foranv case x liich he fails to
cure, coining under liLs treatment : hvfolloxv
iug his directions.
bit. VAN is the most successful Luuif imd
Threat Doctor in America. He will tell you
your trouble xxittiout asking you a single
question, and warrant a perfect cure In the
lolloxx ing diseases :
XerTous debility. Spermatorrhoea, semi
nal losses, sexual decay, fainting memory,
xxeak exes, stunted development, loss of
energy, iinpnx erished blood, pimples, imped
iments to marriage, also blood aud skin ULs
eases. sx philis. eruptions, hair falling, bone,
pains, swelling, sore throat, effects mercury,
kidney and bladder troubles, xx-eak back,
burning urine, incontinence, gonorrhoea,
gleet, stricture, etc.. receives prompt relief
and cured for lile.
NYrvons diseases (xxith or without dreams).
Diseased discharges cured promptlv wit hour
hindrance to business.
ltoth Sexes consult cnufiileiitiallv. If in
trouble, cab or x rite. Delays are dangerous.
Inllammatlon of the car. ulceration or ca
tarrh, internal or external, deaftness or pa
ralxsLs, ringing noises, thickened drum, &c.
ALL srUCK'AL CASES, sucli as clubbed
or defoniied feet, par.iljsis.contractedcords.
xxeak joints, or deformed limbs, hip joint
disease xxith ninning sores and ahortenloir
limbs, diseases and curvature of tho spine,
old ulcers, diseases of the knee joints, de
formities of the face and diseases of the eyes,
exery eye that may require artificial aid.
deafness, private diseases and all chronic
diseases such as consumption, asthma, neu
ralel.t. diseases of the heart, lungs, liver,
stomach, spleen, boxx els, skin and urinary
organs, and all diseases peculiar to females.
All cases or catarrh most positively cured by
a new and infallible principle. Impediments
of speech, xs stammering and stuttering
perfectly removed. Piles and fistula radi
cally and permanently cured without the
IIKRMA AND RUPTURE perfectly restored
wit limit an operation, requiring no truss af
ter treatment. Old fever sores, ulcers and
varicose veins invariable healed and cured.
CANCERS and tumors permanently re
niox'ed without the knife, caustic, or the loss
of a single drop of blood.
Terms for Treatment Strictly Cash.
Ofllce hours s to 8.
No. 1 1 Kearney street, San Francisco, Cat.
Tueats allChuoxic, Special andPri-
vatk Diskasks with "Wok dkrfol
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY!
Is a certain cure for
all tne evil effects of
youthful follies aud
excesses, and la
cating liquors. Dr
Hlatle xvtio is a reg
ular physician, crad-
uate or the Univer
sity of Pennsylvania
win agree to lorttut ;ow for a case of this
kind the Vital Restorative (under his spe
cial advice and treatment) will not cure. Si.co
a bottle, or four times the quantity $r, sent
to any address on receipt ot price, or C. O. D.
in private name if desired, by lr. Mlntle,
II Kearny St.. Jnn Francisco, CuL Send
Tor list or questions and pamphlet.
S.V31I1.K BOTTLE FKF.U
xtiII be sent to any one applying by letter
stating symptoms, sex and age. Strict se
crecy in regard to all business transaotlons.
MOORE'S REMEDY Cures and Prevents
CVICF.S Piles. Burns, Cuts: KK-
MOVES Sunburn and Freckles.
Cold in the Head or Lungs.
An Invaluable FAMILY SALVE.
2.-J Cents it 15ox Try
The rrttsou that Thousand! cannot gtt cureJ of
SEitlSAL WEJLKSESS, LOSS Of J1I.X'
HOGD,andtherciultof abuse, disease or txcuirt.
is oteiny to a complication called PROSTA TOli
R1IEA. DR. LIEBIG'S 1X71G0RAT0R xs
the OXL eure for PROSTA TORRUEA. Price.
?2.0O per paclaije, 6 pachagts, S10 00. Uaide r
Jntlth and Sclf-Analyttsentfree. Address I.IE
ttUS U IS PESXARTfar Diseases of Men.
I0O Geary St.. -San Francisco, Cul.
Bo they Younff or Ola
having Lost thoi
May Regain Qulcklj-
Prof Jean CMale.
BY THE USE Of
The Civiale Remedies.
rorm or heminal loss and weakness whether du
to outhfuI Folly. Abaxe, or Natural Failure
Tills treatment originated by PJIOF. CIV- IALKl
adopted in every HOllTAX.tn rKANCKand
FREE TO ALL. EPSSSS2pi2."J
or Uiis treatment, price, teiUmonials and new-..
pjH.'r endorsements, A&.&c.
XX'e are also agents for the new and certain tn
cure, Seir-Adjustinc and Glore Fitttaff Cradle
Compressor, for the thorough and radical cure
without surgery, of - cure.
Comultatton with full Medical Stair, FHEE.
iviile Remedial Agency, 174 Fulton St, ftu Y.
In Cood Style aud IiOwest lIYIng Irlces
Shop at Montgomery's old stand
MANHOOD'gir R EST0RED