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ASTORIA, OKEGON :
TH r KSDA V OCTOBER 29. 1S55
! f POJIT OF ASTORIA
HEADY FOR SEA.
tieugl'aircluld. Am bk Queenstown Oct 1(1
i;afpDerby?Brbk Ljndon Oct 2P
Mercia, Brbk "51 Queenstown OcfJG
Columbus. 15r bk Queenstown Oct 27
VESS1U& IS THE III VER.
Director. Br bk fi79.
t-'arniuony. 15r bk lzil
(rusaiere. Br sp 124C
Prim era, Urbk .V)7
1'jrlliin. Rr lilr HtM
City of Florence. Kr si
Ilitlimoor.l'r bk 111:
Dilbhur. Brbk 1231
Cormorant. Brcji 1(17
Dunsdeer, Br spSSO
ItcSniL'HilHrJl llrsn lT.-X) fMlrnfllinLnir
MacDiarmid. Br p 1500 Norcross. Br bk Vt;
Olive S. Southard. Am sp Java, Br bkfiSii
VESSELS OS THE Y Y
Croat Foreign I'ortx, for Hie
Abeona Br sp UT'J Burnt island May 12
Abercoru, Br sp IUIH Sydney SoptT
Alf.IkorlikiiSi Itiuiquc Aug 2!
Abenijte, Brbk'lX) Brisbane Sept 3
Alumnia, l!r bk7r CallaoScjit 15
Amphitrite, Br sp!7US Montevideo
Braemar. JJr bk 1033 Lyttleton Oct 1
Brynliilda, Br sp Lyttleton Oct ir
Oitr of Glasgow. Brsp UfiS Buenos Ayres Auc ifi
Clan"McI,eod. Brbkf.lf. Rio AurSI
C'annartlien Castle, Brsp HOT Sidney Auk 11
'County of Merioneth, 15r bkltiWiMontevidio
Cross Hill, Br bk 1019 SydneyAiictM
County of Flint. Brbk 1033 Sevc CaMle
Coclirina, Brbkibl Uunedin
Compadrc, Brbk Brisbane July 29
Povenby, Br bk S53 Liverpool via Victoria An?, 31
Karl Uojeberry, Brbk 1150 Buenos Ayres
Kly, Br bk7G7 Newcastle, Aucl7
Iirtli of Stronsa, Br bk 9C0 Sjdney
1'riedeburs, Br ?p Antifogasta
Firth of Dorr och, Br bk 9117 I.hcrpooi Sept. 2.
lilenoglc, Brbk SI 4 Valparaiso
Clenberrie, Br bk S00 Adelaide Sept 7
Incltwooil. Br bk Brisbane Sept IS
Kincardineshire, Br bk 122 London Sept. 5
Lalla ltool.li. Br bk Adelaide
Lorraine. Brbk sJS Alsea Bay '
Kurd Kinuaird. Br bk 81 1 Caldera Ai:c51
Mary Low. Br bk 853 Buenos A res.
Northernly, Brsp 1221 Valparaiso
Xost Head. Br bk 107.! Sydney Ann 2U
l'rinc6 Frederick. Br sp Panama
Kals'ou. Brsp Sin Adelaide
Raglan Castle, Brbk Port Augusta Sepl li
Selene, Brbk Liverpool Oct 2.'
Singapore, Br bk C.G Buenos Ajres
Tythouons. Br bk !52Sjdne Auj;!
Union. Nor sptot Xe castle Aug 1
Victoria Bay, Br bk 1113 Sydney Aug i
TI3K TAISIiK FOR ASTOKSA.
Second. J Firtf. Second.
c, Sa. 5-1 s 2. o s
H Js 2 5 2 m 2 5
H S I H S H SHS;
h. in. .5 . vi. S h. in. X ' wt. .
3 0110 32
19 Oj 7 11
ill 7 41
8 8 8 'Z
S 0 ! 1G
SO 10 10
74 11 28
7 0 0 :cw
( 41 J)
0 G 0 52; J 3
The hours between miduSgnt ami noon are
designated by a (a. m.), those between noon
and midnight, by v (i. JL). 0:. oJw.w dejioles
imdnii'ht, oA. 00m. it denotes noon.
The height is reckoned Irom the level of
average low er low waters to w hich the soiiml
Injjs are given on the Coast Survey charts.
Columbia River Exports.
2 To Quecnxtown ;cr JomV Trinqt
Vheat,-G;,2GG;bus.. S 40,00.0
2 To'TArrrpnnljicrJtthn T. Iferru.
Milnion, 40,173 c- ?100.oo2
Wheat, 20,433 bus " ir,,2.1l
''.To Plymouth, iter M. E. l'alh,i.
Wheat, 05,104 bus $ 01.500
C To QucctuJyicn pa Ulcnaflnn.
Wheat. Gi.OGl bus ? 3i;CB
9 To,QuaiiitJicn icr CtuumUt.
Wheat, 37,323 luis 2.s,000
19 To Quccu.linrn ,-. 51. i Yotl:.
Wheat. 3S,f.2.I bus $ :a.i20
19 To Qticcwloirn jtrr 1'fti
"Wheat, 31.8S!) bus .. ..$ :js.iig
19 To Queenstown per Cm. lnrchUd.
Wheat, 78,34 bus ? C0.007
21 To Bristol per T. F. Oalw.
Wheat, 10S.2S7bus silO
21 To Queenstown per JfoWrc
Wlieat,4L2G4 bus ft 3i,52i
21 To Quecmtoicn per City of Benares.
Wheat, j69,71S bus $. 70,410
2C To Qucenstoxcn per Uercia.
Wheat, 40,195 bus ? 32,110
2G To London per Earl Dcrhy.
Flour, 10,103 bbls S 702231
27-jTo Queenstown per Cohtmotw.
Wheat, 37,478115 ..... 28,700
TVTOTICE IS 1IEIIEHY GIVKV Tn at tttp
It undersigned was on the 12th dav of
aejnemuer, iHb., oniv apjioluted by the
County Court of the state of Oregon, county
Meline deceased. All persons having claims
against said estate are hereby notified to
mesent the same properly verified to me at
the office of the I. X. L. racking company
at Astoria, Oregon, -within six month from
, Jf . . Il- T ATHALLV MEL1N1J.
Astoria. Oregon, Sept. 17th. 18S3.
E. Lemon & Co.,
Stevedores and Eiggers,
PORTLAND and ASTORIA.
Pobtland Office o. 16 IXorth Front St.
2 7 53
:: : in
1 10 00
t, io -it;
G 11 '2.1
7 11 5-1
8 0 22
a i osp
10 1 52
13 4 14
14 5 U
ir, c 2.-.
1C 7 "-G
17 8 37
18 9 20
19 10 04
20 10 3C
21 11 OG
22 11 34
24 0 51
25 1 33
2C 2 18
27 3 07
28 4 02
29 5 0T
30 C 01
31 7 22l
r is s o
ft 41 71!
!1 2ii 78
10 VS. S 1
11 33 S3
0 32 S S
1 01 9 0
1 34 1)0
2 07 8 Jl
3 lu 82
4 OJ 7 0
5 03 7 1
ti 12 G C
7 33 15 5
9 50 Oil
10 42 7 2
0 02 85
0 2 S 8
O EG ULAIl COM Jl L'NICATIONS
JLt first and third Tuesdays iu each
month, at 7t o'clock, r. jl. at the
Hall in Astoria. Members of the ordor in
good standing are invited to attend..
JSy order of the W. M.
Bearer Lodge No. 35, 1. 0. 0. F.
EEGULAR MEETING EV- .
ery Thursday evening nt3S&jm-
seven o'clock, at the lxdge5"
room in Odd Fellows Hall, Asto- '
tia. Sojourning members of the order in
good standing, cordially invited to attend.
By order N. G.
Oc:ean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O. F.
O EG ULAlt MEETINGS OF OCEAN EX--Lt;
campment No. 13. I. O. O. F., at the
I)dge, in the Odd Fellows Building, at
seven v. m., on the second and fourth
Mondaj-s of each month. Sojourning breth
ren cordially invited.
By order C-1.
Seaside Lodge No. 12. A. O. U. W.
TJEGCLAR MEETINGS OF SEASIDE
JL I,odge No. 12, A. O. U. W. will be held
in their Hall over Carnahan & Co.'.s on
Thursday evening of each week, at 7 o'clock.
Members of the order in good standing, Jind
visiting Brothers are invited to attend. Li
brary will be open fifteen minutes before
and after each meeting. By order M. V.
Cushing Post No. 14, G. A. It.
EEGULAli MEETINGS OF THIS POST
on the second and fourth Tuesdays of
each month at 7:30 r. ?t. Visiting com
rades coidudlv invited. Bv order
Cushing Relief Corps No. 3, G. A. R.
REGULAR MEETIXGSOXTHESECOX l
and fourth Tnedity of each mouth, at
"i'.y order M::.-. C. ROSS.
Pacific Lodge No. 17, K. of P.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF TIMS
Lodge every Friday evening, at 7 o
o'clock, in their Castle Hall, Sojourning
Knights cordially invited to attend.
W. A. SHERMAN,
K. of R. and S.
Company H, O. S. M
REGULAR DRILLS EVERY MONDAY,
and Wednesday evenings ltcgular
meetings the second and fourth 11iuril:t -of
ea-h nioiilli at 7 :3j i; ji.
C. W. 1-TLTOX.
KEGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AXD
fouith Tuesday evenings of each month
at 1XA o'clock.
el'eisons desiring to have malters acted
upon by the Council, at any regular meet
ing must present the Mime to the Auditor
and Clerk, on ir before the Fnd:i evening
tiriortollie Tue.sdaj on which the Council
holds its i egtilar meeting.
Auditor and Clerk.
GERlANiA BEER HALL
Nortlerii Pacific Brewery
Fivo Cents a Glass.
riy-.No iufeiior I'.eet .Mild at this place.
. A. STJNSOX & CO..
At CapU Itogers old stand, comer of Ca-ss
and Court Streets.
Ship and Cannery work, flora .shoeing.
Wagons made and repaired. Good work
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
d:i- ol XS
ounur ouop V3 ac:?-1
All kinds of
Promptly attended to.
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
2." fl kegs.
Duck Shooting $11.00
Sea Shooting 7.00
Riile, Kg to :; Fg 7.00
25 I'ound Rags S 2.00
Fink Edge, No. 10 1.50
Black Edge, No. 10 5
A. G. SPEXARTH, Astoria.
Notice of -Administratrix.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned was on the 22nd day or
September 18S5 appointed administratrix of
the estate of O. D. Yonng, deceased. All per
sons having claims against said estate are
hereby notified to present the same, verified
as by law required, to me at my residence
on John Day's River in Clatsop conntv, Or
egon, within si months from this date.
. . , Administratrix.
Astoria, Oregon. September 29, lt&"..
jr. c aoss,
First Class Hearse and NJateria!
Shop and Oltlce on Main St., above rioneer
BLACKSMITH g S&lJ
HP (I. DnVAl pKiwn Yv Vi
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and wholesomoness. More
economical than tiie onlinan kinds. and cm
not be sold iu competition with the multi
tude of low tet, short weight, alum or phos
phate iMiwdcrs. Sold only in can. Ruyai.
Bakim; I'ewufi: Co. tir."Wa'l-st.. X. .
0. B. & N.
And Way Landings.
The Steamers of the O. R. & X. Co.. car
rying the I .s. mails. Vave ihe Compam's
Dock trwry . Sundavs i-mviiJim. at 1;
"I his is the only d.iilv line, and the onh
line riinniiig all the ear louud.
TO SA?i FRANCISCO.
The only line or Steamships u s.nn I'nin
cisco. Steamer leae CoinpanvV Pm-t eorv
Regular Line ol
Tow Boats and Barges,
Por Towage and Lighterage.
stra(;i: of Ar.f. kinds.
Ituiuireat Couipanv's Dock or at Cit Ol
flee oppov.te Van Diiseirs.slon.
li A. XOYES,
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
Oregon & CalifoniiaE.R.
TISIK.TWO AND A IIAI.S- IAY4.
Tare to San Fran. $.'52: toSacranicnto ::o
Clov connect ions made at Ashland IUi
.stages of the California .s. Oregon Stage Co.
IDAII.V KXCKIT ML'XIIAYS.)
tist Side Division,
nirrEE.v ioutlim a.m ashl.vxo
t.KAri: I aiikivi:
Portland fsM A M Ashland 4:15 A M
Abhlaua JS5 1 M Portland 4s5IM
Altiaiij Express Train.
Portland 1:00 P M I.eUnon .H:ii V M
Lebanon 4:15 A M Portland Idll'i A M
I'lillmaii 1'alace Sleeping Cars dailv be
tween Poitland and A.shland.
The J). & C. R. 1L Ferr- makes connection
with all regular trains on the East Side Div
from foot of F street
West Side Mriklon.
11KTWEKX POltTLANO A.U COKVALI.IS.
. i.i:ave i arrivj:
Portland S.-00 A M Corvallis AM P M
Corvallis S33 A M Portland 3r.ni Pit
LUAVK I ARRIVK
Porlland SIP M I MeMinnville....stlp.M
McllinnTiIle.il.'V a JI Portland Jo a M
Local tickets for.vile and baggage checked
at company's tip-town otlice, cor. Stark and
Second streets. Tickets for principal points
in California can only be piocured and bag
gage checked at compan V? ofllce.
Corner P and Front Sts., Portland Or.
lTeightwitlnol bo received for shipment
after live o'clock i. ai. on either the East or
West Side Divisions.
1L KOEHLER, E. P. ROGERS.
Manager. G. F. & Pass. Agt.
Iliaco Steam Ivigatioi Co
FROM ASTORIA TO
Ft. Stevens, Ft.Canby and Ilwaco.
Connecting by stages and steamboats for
Oysterville, Montesano and Olympia
tdML "GEN. MILES,"
W. P. "Whitcomi:, Master.
AVili leave Astoria daily (Sundays excepted)
Ft Stevens. Ft. Canby and Ilwaco,
at 8 A. M
"Witii Oysterville Mails and Express daily,
Through Mails to points beyond, and
Montesano, "W. T on
Mondays, "Wednesdays and Fridays.
On Thursdays the "Miles'' will make
two round trjps. leaving Astoria on sec
ond trip (about :; p. i.) r. hours after arrival
from first trip.
Fare to Ilwaco,
Passengers will -avc 23 cents by purchas
ing tickets before going on board.
Ilwaco Freight per Ton, - $2.00
fi?For Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the office of the, company, Grav's
wharf, foot of Rent on street.
L 11. 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.
R. & N. Co. will connect at Astoria.
Rate from Portland and Astoria to Hobson
vllleSfljior ton. Passage from Astoria 5
Address 1IADOLLET & CO..
1 niO rflrCnKmrell&Co'sNriTi'paporAd
coatract5"mw bemadeforlt IS NEW YORK.
The Yankco In Florida.
Xfae Yankees, who came hither ,
Kmmaitif iui UU.&1LU w. iv ww w
rigors ot JNortuern winters, are huw
coming with commercial intent. They
are cftttfng down the forests along the
Gulf Coast and cutting up the logs
into lumber. They are draining the
vast areas of swamp land and have
commenced "raising cane" on the
drained lands in a very practical sort
of a way. They are planting orange
groves and improving the methods of
orange culture, and they arc gradual
ly attaining to a monopoly of active
husiness buying, selling, building
railroads, steamhoating, and doing
whatever they may to gather $2 fruit
where they sow $1 seed. . The thrift
and prosperity of the newcomers
have visibly added to the thrift and
prosperity of the earlier, hardier set
tlers. They have distinctly mended
their pace to keep step with northern
activity. But itmust not he supposed
that Florida will ever be converted
into a new Yankee land. On the con
trary, the invaders from the north
who comeiere tolive every year take
on more and more the appearance
and characteristics of the natives. Jt
is not given to man to shape the
weather, but the weather does shape
the man. The invincible sunshine
and the warm, compulsive rains soon
have their influence on the going and
coming of the swiftest goers and com
ers. It is not reasonable that a per
son who can pick his breakfast from
an orange tree and gather a dinner of
bananas should develop the energy
of a differently situated person who
must plant his" potatoes and hoe and
dig them before he can have the
pleasure of eating them. Ho the
Northerner who comes down here
and builds him a house the first
month of his stay, and plants his
grove the next, gradually finds him
self fallinglinto the slip-shod ways.
His fences get to be disreputable ; his
house is not freshly painted; his
walks arc neglected;" his garden goes
to weeds ; and he and his wife and
his children settle into the easy un
tidiness which befits the latitude. It
is the latitude which governs. If the
Mayflower had landed at St. Augus
tine, instead of Plymouth Itock, pos
sibly the Seminole's would have been
sooner exterminated ; but the Yankee
developed on the meager and stony
soil of New England would have been
a non-existent personage. Corres
pondence Philadelphia liecord.
111m Vifcltlntr Card.
During the war when Colonel Tioli
Crockett was stationed at Camden,
he had a small sign, "Colonel Crock
ett's Headquarters," posted above his
door. One night a number of the
boys, having taken down the sign,
went out lo a farmer's hen house anil
after taking every chicken they could
find, left the sign. The next "morn
ing an old fellow entered . Crockett's
quarters and asked :
"Is this Colonel Cro.-kett ?"
"Is this here your visitm keyard ?"
taking the sign from under his coat.
"Where did you gel thai?"
"Found it this morning in my hen
"What were your chickens w orth V"
"Fifteen dollars in gold."
"Well, old follow, yon break me,
but here's yonr money. Don't say
anything about if."
Crockett afterwards learned that a
croupy old rooster and a sick hen
were the only fowls that weie taken
by the bovs."
Fond mother "What a dear,
sweet little fellow Bobby is! lie
asked me last night if he were io die
and goto Heaven il I thought that
God would let him plav with the
Father (turning his boot upside
down and shaking it violently)
"Now, who put that toothbrush'and
powder iu there V"
Fond mother (resignedly) "Oh, 1
suppose it was Bobby !"
C m ro Fo r Pi I ts. .
Pilo.s are frequently preceded by a
sense of weight in the back, loins and
lower part of the abdomen, causing the
patient In suppose he has some eitcction
of the kidneys or neighboring organs.
At times, symptoms of indigestion ate
present, flatulency, uneasiness of the
stomach, etc. A moisture like perspir
ation, producing a very disagreeable
itching, after getting warm, is a com
mon nttomlaut. IJliiul, Bleeding and
Itching Piles yield at once to the appli
cation of Dr. Bosanko's Pile remedy,
which acts directly upon the parts ef
fected, absorbing the Tumors, allaying
the intense itch ing, and effecting a per
manent cure. Price .TO cents. Address
The Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co.. Piqua,
O. Sold by J. W. Conn.
When we are in the company of
sensible men, we ought to be doubly
cautious of talking too much, lest we
lose two good things their good
opinion and our own, improvement;
for what we have to say we know,
but what they have to say we know
not. What Parents Fear.
Many persons especially parents
object to quack nostrums as likely
to engender or encourage a love for
strong drink. They are right. 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 np the system, curing all ail
ments of the stomach, liver and kid
neys, but it stimulates without in
toxicating and absolutely enres the
appetite for liquor.
YOTJXG 3IEX!-ItKxVI THIS.
TiiK Voltaic hew Co., of Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their celebrated Elkc-tko-Voltaic
Rklt and other Elkctku'
Appliances on trial for thirty days, to
men (young or old) aftiicted with nervous
debility, loss of vitality and manhood, and
all kindred troubles. ALso for rheumatism,
neuralgia, paralysis, and many otlier dls-
them at once for illustrated pamphlet free
To all who are suffering from the errors
and iudiscretlons of youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c,
I will send a recipe that will cure you.
FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedv
was discovered by a missionary In South
America. Send a self-addressed envelope to
the Rkv. Joseph T. Injlvn, Station D,
New Tori; City.
Diseases from Pimples to Scrof uz
Cured by Cutlcura.
Hurdreds of letters in OHrroseiion, cop- (
pies oi wuirii n aj nt; n.iu uv reium oi man,
tepcnttuK story : I have been a terrible
suiferer for cms, irom Diseases of the Skin
and Blood ; have been obliged to slum pub
lic places by reason of my disfiguring liu
inots; have had the best physicians : have
.spent liundrt tls of dollar?, and ;;ot no relief
until I ased tin ('LTicriiA Remedies,
which have cured me. and left in skin and
Idood a.s pure as a child's.
fttVS:ttK! TJ'IYH SAf.T JSliKUM.
c'tTiri'KA Rkmepiem are the greatest
medicines on earth. Had the worst case of
Sail Khemu :: this country. Mv mother had
it twit eirs. and in fact died from it. I
believed. rit'i'itA would have saved her life.
My anus, lura-t and head were covered lor
thne ear, w'deli iinthinurrlicvidoroaei!
until! I UMd the CUTlccit.v Koi. ?st.
Int-mnlli. am! Ci.'Tirt'UA and ft Tint:
op. exteniallv. .' W A1.MW.
xii:xj. r.K'M i.mi j;?jv .:'.
1 ciMiiii eiiced tnit i nTTinia ttfM-Ktui-s
lat duly '- : cad and lace and
some parts of m !' t re almost raw.
M head was cox ; r : w it t cal.s and Mire-,
and iiivstinr!ir w. - f--iii i hail tried
fcrytliiig I had .i-doi" m Ho- East and
"Wi-sL My .( as-iiu:dfiid a ver bad
one. I ha e u w i.t.; a : aiiirle id Skill Hu
mor abour me. alio " "e i- cnitsidcn.il
uni.dcrfu!. Mi.V. .-. r. WHIPPLE.
JKCTi .s. Mini.
Kr'jT.V . ! Si?. ISE: 1 1 TO t-'KRT,
( h: rit-s !-iif l!ii:k!e,.leise.t Cil lleii-lits,
N..I it, i es : M; Mu.a!ado' tnelveyears.
wasci .pli lily Mired f a terrible cas ii
E m 1 1 Uit'CtTU miA ll veiis. From
t' I- " f ills !i .- I !n llif s,.l,-s . f isi ft-et
w.is ! urivs nf s.-; !.s " leiolbtr re -i
. t : p. i hs (:!! ha I ! hi tr;-l in aiu
.it:'s:3; muz-: VTicntA.
to- i.;i:t has : : lx- n tnid ato ihe rea'
C!r.i.ii JV..rs of til- I'l'liri'ItA ItrMK-
:-n . I ':r.e p. id hniidr U of dollars for
i' itli. ines io can- uiseasi s f the blood and
skin. and t.tver foiiiot :m tiling y t to ciual
.ne i ri ri: Rmki!i".
Pi:o iiikmt. K. 1. C. A. WILLIAMS.
CI TErii: -. i:s.3z::sn.
Ar- -ld erwhcre. I'tiiv CiTH'UKA.
."v: iSfmi st.s. : Oii,,iV rtepaicil
! i-.f i'nTii:: Dim: m Ciikmi.i.C..
lb -rti. Mass
.TKit Tor aioM li 'nrr.tln llsc:ism
UU CO) hmii'i'i
Pimples. km I'lemishcsand llabj-
rsciiie lb'. crrircKASOAi
5 v ' , ' limn jumi
- -s le ill stviiw ready tolly
- v V" oSl Ul,,i' ""r nose
f I "W mill ivi. il.tll!if t.. v
ce.-sive ipiautitits ol
liuid : until your head
iichrs. mouth and
throat parched, and
blood at fever heat.
'Ibis is an Acute Ca
tarrh, and is instantly
relieved bvr.iliigletiiise. and peiuianeiitly
cured In one bottle of Sa.skouds Radical
Ct i:e ret: Catakkh.
Complete Treatment with InhalerSI
One hot lie Uadical Cure, oue bov Catarrli
al Solvent, and one improved Inhaler, in one
package, inav now be had or all druggists
for Si. Ask "forSANFOKD's Radical Cuke.
"The or.lv absolute specific we know of."
Jftil. Tithes. "Tiie best we have round
in a lire time or suffering." Her. Dr. li'iy
jiii. Huston. "After a long Sniggle with
Catarrh, the Radical Chue has con
qitered." .'rr. N. 11'. Jimrm- rsiclshuruh.
Pn. "I have not found a case-that it did not
nIieeat once." llndrrir l.rr. Zfanchcster,
Poller Dtugauil Cliciuiral '.. Boston.
(toii that appeaLs to every tortured victim of
iciieiiinatisui, who nniis me onnu
ar plasteisand liniments power
less lo relieve him. To .such the
Clth'Uua AN rt Pain Plaster is
an elegant and never-lailingsoiirce
of relief, banishim: rheumatic, ncu-
I'latic. .sudden, slinrn and nervoits
pains as bv made. New. original, speedy.
sale. Ai iiruggisis.i.c: nveior one oonar,
mailed free. Pettki: Diiuo and Cuem
l t'Al.Co.. lUistou.
I Than any ot It
er ae mane.
tify to its supe-
. rioritv. It goes
Deep and Tcr
Price, Si. 50.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
B-KNTOXSritEKT, NEAK PAKKEK IIOUSF,
ASTORIA, - OREGON'.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
LAID anQ MArSe ENGINES
BoiierWork, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. Gfall IJescriptious nitdc to Order
at Short Notice.
A. D. Wass, President.
.1. (J. Hustlek, Secretary,
I. W. Case, Treasurer.
Notice of Assignment.
TOTICE IS HEREBY CJIVEN TO ALL
11 whom it may concern that the under
signed has been appointed assignee of the
estate or M. 1. Kant, an Insolvent : and all
pervins havingdaliiLS against said insolvent,
are requested to present the same to the as
ignce properly verified at his ofllce at P. A.
Stokes .t (Jo's, in the city of Astoria, Clat
sop county, .state of Oregon, within three
montlis from this date.
PHILIP A. STOKES,
Astoria, September 2, 18X5.
TAKE N'OTICE ALL WHOM THIS MAY
concern, that I the undersigned have
and do claim the N'W M of section 2S, town
ship s N", range S W, 1C0 acres. I request all
parties not to trespass on the above men
tioned land or Its effects, as I have given
sufficient proofs of mv rights through the
United States Iind Ofllce in Washington
City. District of Columbia,
tl-vr .TOnN ROGERS.
City Treasurer's Notice.
ALL OUTSTANDING WARRANTS DUE
by the city or Astoria will be paid by
the Treasurer at Ins ofllce on and after to
day. Interest ceases from this date.
I. G. HUSTLER,
Astoria, October 15th 18S.
BEB H &?
HEAT. QUIcITaND CHEAP,
The Astorian Job Office.
Cushmg's Court Street Assessment
NOTICE is hereby given that the as
sesMiii'iit made b ordinance No. Sldof
the city of Astoria, county of CIn:oi.
.state of Oregon, for the improvement of
Cusliing's Court street in ihe .said city
of Astoria as laid out -and recorded b
.l-M.Slfivply, from West !Hi .street to
West sth street, as provided h ordin
ance No. 8:;o of said city of Astoria, on
each of the following described lots
fronting on :iid portion of said (Jush
ing Court .street, is now payable at she
oflitrenf the City Treasurer in l. S. ooin.
and unless paid within five days nf the
final publication of this notice, viz: Fri
day. October .loth, 1885. the Coinnion
Council will order warrants issuil for
tiie co lection thereof.
The assessment is as follews:
Mrs.s. V. Wood. Mrs. M. 1. Henvn,
.James W.Welch, .John W. Welch and
I). II. Welch, lot 1 block i:".1.."0 teet. 17
yds cut $P.).i". plankiMi Sl!."0: total
Mrs. tj. l- Wood, lot 2 block i:K r.O ft.,
:ri jds cut 81, planking: $R).."iO: total
eo.st SI 00-".
Mrs. Ii. Horn. lot:; block l.Vi, ."0 feer.
:r7! yds cut 8H4.7.".. planking Sliif; total
Ii. K. (. Stnitli. lot 4 block I'm. .10 feet,
Hil vds cut and PJJi vds fill S40 2o, plank
ing PXi0; total cot S."i).7."i.
.James Tavlor, lot ." block 13T. ,"U feet.
444 vds till 111, planking $p.iii: total
.lames Taylor, lot ; block i:v.50 feet.
70S vds Jill ?177, planking SP.L'.O: total
E. A. Taylor, lot 1 block lis. ."0 feet.
SHlowallcjs'J.!. ilaiiniiig;?'l,.)-0: total cost
E. A. Taylor, lot -i block US. .TO feet,
'20 vds cut .1, sjidewalk Si". p'ankiutr
$P.,"0; total cost64!V.O.
K. t'arruthers. lot:: block IIS. ;0 feet.
'77 vds nil J44Jij. sidewalk Si-, plank
nigSP.lJ'.O: total co.st SLSS.75.
.lames Taylor. lot 4 block lis. ,'0 tVet,
20 vds cut S.1, sidewalk 2."", i-Iaiikuig
SltJ3ti ; total cost -S4l-"0.
.James Taylor, lot.1 block IIS. ."0 feet.
.V. yds HIT 5l.'.7o. sidewalk S2Ti, planking
SRLTO: total cost SoS.2.1.
.James Taylor, lot t; block US, .'.0 feet,
247 yds till sr.l.7. sidewalk $2T. tak
ingllC.O; total co.stS 1065.
liy order of the Common Council.
Attest: T.S. Jewktt.
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria, Oregon, October 8th. lSRT.
Notice of Assignment.
"VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' TO ALL
J3I whom it may concern, that the under
signed has been appointed assignee of the es
tate of Messrs. Prael Bros., insolvents, and all
persons having claims against the said eMata,
are requested to present the same to the
assignee properly verified at hLs office in the
bank ol 1. W. Case. In the citv of Astoria,
Clatsop county, state of Oreeon. within three
months from this date, and all persons in
debted to the said estate are requested to
make immediate payment of the same.
Astoria, Oregon. October liith. 1835.
B B. Franklin,
NEXT TO TIIE ASTORIAX Rril.DTXO.
S"AU work done In a skillful manner on
short notice at reasonable rates.
Opening; of tke SMini Season!
AT ROSS' OPERA HOUSE,
Continue every Tuesday. Thursday and Sat
urday evenings from 7 to 10 1 M.,
and Saturday afternoon
from 1 to 4 p.m.
Admission : on Tuesdav and Thursday
evenings and Saturday afternoon. Ladles
free, skaters 25 cents ; Gents admission 25c,
skaters 2 cents. Admission on Saturday
evening, with Cushing Post Cornet Band ;
Ladies 25 cents, skaters 25 cents; Cents 25
cents, skaters 25 cents.
Four Rooms, Centrally Located
SUITABLE FOR HOUSEKEEPING.
APPLY AT ASTORIAN OFFICE.
Royal Brand Flour
Manufactured by the
OREGON MILLING COMPANY
Is or Superior Quality, and is Endorsed
by all who use it.
THE HOUSEKEEPER'S FAVORITE
Or Superior Rising Quality.
Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction.
WYATT & THOMPSON
Sole Agcuts for Astoria.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between John Hahn. Wm.
Bock and Henry Berendes under the firm
name of John Hahn & Co.. in the boot and
shoe business on Squemoqua street. Is this
day dissolved by mutual consent, "Wm. Bock
and Henry Berendes retiring from the firm.
The business will hereafter be conducted by
John Halm who will pay all bills and collect
all the indebtedness due the firm.
Astoria, October 23rd, 1885.
Mertaier and CaWnet Mate
DR. VAN MONGISGAR
Permanently located at
132 and 13t Third Street. Portland. Oregon.
Is a rtgular graduate in medicine, has been
longer engaged in the special treatment of
all venereal. seual and chronic diseases
than any other physician in the West, as
enj, papers show, and old residents know.
S100O reward for any case which he falls to
cure, coining underhis treatment : bvfollow
ing his directions.
PR. VAX Is the most successful Luug and
Threat Docior in America. He will tell you
your trouble without asking you a single
question, and warrant a perfect core in the
lollowing diseases :
5erTous debility. Spermatorrhoea, semi
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weak eyes, stunted development, loss of
energy, imp verished blood. pimples, imped
imeiiis to marriage, also blood ami skin dis
eases, .sj philis. eruptions, hair falling, bona
pains. swelling. ore throat, effects mercury,
kiiliiej and bladder troubles, weak back,
burning urine, incontinence, gonorrhoea,
gleet, .stricture, etc.. receives prompt reliet
and cured for life.
Xerrons diseases (with or without dreams.
Diseased discharges nired riiouipm without
hindrance to business.
Both Sexes consult conlldentiallv. If in
trouble, call or write. Delaj s are dangerous.
Inflammation of the ear. ulceration nrea-
tarrh. Internal or external, deaf tnos or pa
ralysis, rimdmr nobes. thickened drum, &c.
ALL SURCICAL CASES, such as clubbed
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weak joints, or derormed limbs, hip Joint
disease with running sores and shortening
hilibs, diseases and curvature of the spine,
old ulcers, diseases or the knee joints, de
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every cje that may require artificial aid.
deafness, private diseases and all chronic
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All cases of catarrh most positively cured by
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or speech as stammering and stuttering
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HEH.NIA AND RUPTURE perfectly restored
without an operation, requiring no truss af
ter treatment. Old fever sores, ulcers and
varicose veins invariable healed and cuted.
I'AKCEKS and tumors permanently re
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Term for Treatment Strictly Cash.
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