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- -i-'"; Vm" CO She gjmtt gfOOTtr. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY OCTOBER 17. 1885 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OP ASTORIA. ARR1 VA.LS frox SKA . DltMiur. Br bk V.S1 Coquimbo Oct 1G VESSELS IN TUB RIVER. Cy of Benares BrsplOGi Director. Br bk C73. Columbus, Br bk Carninony, Br bk 12A5 UraBtnere. Br sp 1210 Earl Derby. Br bk Pnraera, Br bk 51)7 Uigbmoor.BrbkllU Coloma Gen. l'aricliild. Am lk T. F. Oakes. Am sp 1893 "West York. Brbk 639 Moltke, GerbkSS Peri, Br bk 87a -Mercia. Brbk 751 City of Florence, Br sp VESSELS OH THE WA Y. Frost Jr'orclsn Ports, for tbi Columbia Elver Abeona Brsp 979 Burnt island May 1 Abercorn, Br sp 12GJ Sydney Sejt 7 Alf. Nor bk G57 Iquique Auk 21 Abernyte, Brbk 700 Brisbane Alumnia, Br bk 715 Callao Sept li Amphi trite, Brsp 17US Montevideo Braeiner. Br bk 1033 Otago Oitr of Glasgow, Brsp 1103 Buenos Ayres Aus IS Clan Mcl.eod. BrbkGIC Kio Auc21 Cormorant, Brsp 1073 Sydney Carmarthen Castle, Br sp 1 IU7 Sj dney Auk 11 County of Merioneth, Br bkl06T Montevideo Cross Hill. Br bk 1019 Sidney Aus2l County of Flint. Br bk 1033 New Castle Cochrina, Br bk 9S1 Dunedin Compadro, Br bk Brisbane J uly 2fl Dovenby, Br bk S33 Liverpool via Victoria Auc. 31 Durisdeer, Brsp9S9 Dunedin July SO Karl Roseborry, Br bk 1150 Buenos Avres 11 wy, Ur bk 7G7 Newcastle. A Firth of Stronsa, Br bk 900 Sydney Firth of Dorcoch, Brbk9U7 Liverpool Sept. 2. Grisadale, Br sp Liverpool May 1 Glenshee, Brbk 819 Callao Sept.. I iIonogle, Brbk 914 Valparaiso Glenbervie, Br bk S00 Adelaide Sept 7 Ingle wood. Br bk Brisbane Sept 18 Java, Brbk KM) Rio Kincardineshire, Br bk 12S2 London Sept. ft Lalla Rookh. Br bk Adelaide Lorraine. Br bk S23 Algoa Bay Lord Kinnaird, Brbk 844 Caldcra Aug til MacDiarmai, Brp 1SG0 Sidney Aucii Maude. Br bk 1077 Sydney Mary Low. Br bkS53 Buenos Ajies. Xorthernly. Br sp 1221 Valparaiso Noss llecd, Br bk 1072 Sydney Aug 2J Xorcrois, Brbk "W7 Brisbane J uly 29 I'rince Frederick. Br sp Panama Farthia. Br bk 102J Sydney Sept -J Kals'on, Br sp 815 Adelaide Respigadena. Brsp ICil Australia Santiago. Brbk 4 CO Sydney Singapore, Br bk CX Buenos A) res Tthonous. Brbk 1152 Sydney Aug 1 Union. Nor sp 01 Newcastle Victoria Bay, Brbk 111S Sydney From American 1'ort. Olive S. Southard. Am sp New York April 13 Otterspool, Brsp 1799 San Pedro. City of Hankow. Br sp I1S5 San Francisco TIIKK TAEELiK FOB ASTOIUA. HIGH AVATKIt. LOW WATER. l'lrst. Second. First. Second. i e t2 is 3 S S H S3 H S H SHg A. mi. S A. vi. ,S A. in. 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The height is reckoned from the level of average lower low waters to which the sound ings are given on the Coast Survey charts. Columbia River Exports. .SHIPMENTS KOKEIflX. OCTOlll'S. 2 To Qucenxtmcn jicrJoslc Troup Wheat, C0CC lu.. $ 49,099 2 -Tit IArcrprol jcr John T Kerry. Salmon, 40.173 e $1G0,(.J2 WIieat.20.4S9 bits i.ViU 8 To Plymouth, jtcr 31. K. Watmui. Wheat, 95,104 bus .$ V,im 6 To Qucrnrfmrn )m Clrtmfton. Wheat. G.1.601 luw 51,335 9 To Qufmxlnini ) Okiwim. Wheat, 37,92i bus s 28,000 Astoria. .Retail .MarJ.;-t. Flour per bbl S4.30 Wheat, per cental Si-"u Oats, " Sl-55 Bacon, sides per H, lll2 cts. Slioulders, " 10 cts. Hams, " 131G els. Lard, " om'i4 els. Beef, 715 cLs. iMutton,7l2cts. l'ork, 1012K cts. Veal, I0lo cts. Butter, per roll 4055 els. EflJis, per dozen 3540ets. Potatoes, Sjc cwt Cheese, per & 1218 cts Cormneal, per ft 3 cts. Oatmeal, " 4K cts. Beans, " mX els. Coffee, " 1040"cfc,. Tea, " 2o90cts. Rice, ' 79cts. .Sugar, " 85fllcts. .Svrup, per gallon 70c (ft 1. Honey,, per gallon $1.15. Saruibn,i)erkitS4J0 ' Onions, per lb 34 cts. Apples dried per fl fil0 cts. Peaches " " 18 30 els. Plums, ' " 1012Xcts. Candles, per B 20 cts. Chickens.'per dozen S5. Hay, per ton 10S15. Hides, per B 5" 0 cts. Oils;per gallon, boiled linseed, 75c; raw linseed, 70c; coal oil. :Cc; lardSl.25 For Sale. Qf ACRES OF GOOD TABLE LAND. Ov located at Settler's Point. Clatsop county, belonging to the Widow Kurnsldc. Apply at this office. ASTORIA BIBECTORY. State Officers: United States Senator ..T. N. Dolpli Representative In Congress B. Hermann Governor... . Z. F. Moody Governor's Secretary. Chas. B. Moorcs Secretary of Ssate It. 1. Karliart Assistant Secretary F. E. Hodgkln State Treasurer-...: Ed. Hirsch Assistant Treasurer A. F. Wheeler sup't Public Instruction.. State Printer.......... Clerk School Land Board. Sup't Insane Asylum .E. B. McElroy W. II. Byars ,...E, r. McCornac .Dr. II. Carpenter oupi renuenuary.. Geo. Collins (W. P. ...J J. B. W.W.I P. Lord Supreme 'Judges.... Waldo Thayer District Judges First District Second District Third District Fourth District Fifth District Sixtli District L, E. Webster Robert Bean It. F. Boise Seneca Smith F. J.TavIor M. L Olmstead Clatscp County Officers: Judge C. A. McGulre Clerk- .. C. J. Trenchard Sherilf. W. (J. Koss PilTnintcclnnaK J - AV ""J1-" Johansen Assessor .............. Treasurer. Sun-evor... .... School Sup't Coroner.. ... J. F. Warren . Isaac Bergmau G. F. Parker M. D. WiNoii .1. C. Koss Astoria City Officers: Mavor .....-... ....., Auditor and Clerk . I. W. Hume ... jr. S. .lewett I rensurer.. J. G. Hustler Street Superintendent . Thos. Ixtgan Chief ot Police Clark Jjoughrcy Police Judge C. H. Stockton .A. Fruit Sexton COUNCILMKN: ( ('. H. Cooper J A. A. Cleveland Fiit Ward. Isaac Bergman ( Tlir C.l Tho. ncaiy. Second Ward .I.Tienchaid has. Gnitke. SOC1KTY 3IEETIX. Temple Lodge, No. 7A.F.A.M. REGULAU COMMUNICATIONS first and third Tuesdays in each month, at 74 o'clock. i M.. at the Hall in Aktoruu Members or the order In good .standing are invited to attend.. By order of the W. M. Bearer Lodge No. 35. 1. O. O. F. T3 EG UL Alt MEETING EV- a- SX ery Thursday evening "ljS seven o'clock, at the lx)ilge"-JaS&r-room In Odd Fellows Hall, AMo- ?v' . ri:u Sojourning members of the order in good .standing, cordially invited to attend. By order N. Ocean Encampment, No. 13, 1. O. O. F. REGULAK MEETINGS OF OCEAN EN caiiipntent No. 13. I. O. O. F., at the Lodge, in tlte Odd Fellows Building, at seven r. m., on the M'cond and fourth Mondays or each month. Sojourning breth ren cordially invited. By order C P. Seaside Lodge No. 12. A. O. U. W. KEGULAlt MEETINGS OF SEASIDE I.odge No. 12, A. O. U. W. v.111 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 siauding, and visiting Brothers are invited to attend. Li brary will be open fifteen minutes before and after each meeting. By order M. W. C. BROWN, Hec. Cusbing Foat No. 14, G. A. R. TEGULAIi MEETINGS OF THIS POST JL on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 7 :30 r. M. Visiting com rades cordially invited. By order P. C. Cushingr Relief Corps No. 3, G. A. R. REGULAU MEETINGSONTHESECONl) and fourth Tuesdays of each mouth, at 2 1". M. By order Mhs.C. KOSS. Secretary. Pacific Lodge No. 17, K. of P. REGULAR MEETINGS OF 1TI1S lx)dge every Friday evening, at 7:30 o'clock, in their Castle Hall, Sojourning Knights coidiallv invited to attend. WT. A. SHERMAN, K. of R. and S. Common Council. OEGULAR MEETINGS. SECOND AND JLV fourth Tuesday evenings of each month at 7J4 o'clock. ttS-persons desiring to have matters acted upon by the Council, at any regular meet ing must present the same to the Auditor anil Clerk, on or before the Friday evening iiriir to tlie Tuesday on which the Council holds its regular meeting. THOS. S. JEWETT. Auditor and Clerk. GERMANIA BEER HALL FROM. THE Norton Pacific Brewery Five Cents a Class. CSNo inferior Beer sold at this place. W.W. BOCK. Proprietor. 1885. INTEREST Will be allowed On Time Deposits. Drafts on all the leading Cities. Wm. T. Coleman & Co., S. KL3IOKE, Manager Banking Department, Astoria, Oregon. S. ARNDT & FERCHEN ASTORLV. - OREGON. The Pioneer Machine Shop BLACKSMITH SH0P4 7M AND Doner anop 032? -jS&fi2$ftj mmmm 9r MIEQ All kinds of ENGINE, CANNERY, AND STEAMBOAT WORK Promptly attended to, Aspeclaltymadecf repairing CANNERY DIES, FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET. W TROYALKBaya Ifn mm POWDER Absolutely Pure. Tills powder never varies. A marvel of purity, .strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kiuds.aud can not be .sold in competition with the multi tude of low test, .short weight, alum or phos phate powders. Sold only in emus. Roai. Bakim: rowoF.it Co. IOC Wall-st.. N. Y. TRANSPORTATION LIXES. 0. R. & N. CO. TO EQEfcTX..a.D, And Way Landings. The Steamers of the O. R. & X Co., car rying the I'.S. mails, leave Hie Compnm's Dock Kvory lny. Sundays eveepteii, at G .. 51. T his is the only daily line, and the only line running all the year round. TO SAN FRANCSSCO. The only line of Steamships to San Fran cisco. Steamers leave Company's Dee!; every four days. Regular Line of Tow Boats and Barges, For Towage and Lighterage. STORAGE OF ACC KI.YDS. Inquire at Company's Dock or at City Of fice opposite Van Dusen's store. E. A. NO YES. Agent. OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA yiA " Oregon & California R.B. Anil Connection. TIMK. TWO AND A HALF DAV-. Fare to San Fran. $32; lo Sacramento $.'(0 Close connections made at Ashland with .stages of the California Sc Oregon Stage Co. IDAILVKXCKIT SUXHA1S.) F.jtol Side Division. IIKT1YKCX Ipi:TL.M AXI ASIiMXn Mnll Train. J.UAVK I AltKIVK Portland :30 A M Ashland :15 A M Athlanil Oai 1 M Portland 15T I'M Albnuj- Enrcs Train. LKAVK I AltRlVK Portland 4:00 P M l.otanon .350 1 M Lebanon 4:i." A 51 1 Portland 10. -tr A 11 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jailv be tween Portland and Ashland. The (). & C. R. R. Ferry makes connection with all regular trains on t he East Side Dsv. from foot of F street. West Side MriMon, IlETWEKX I'OBTLAM) AXD COBVA1.I.IS. Mall Train. L.KAVK I AURIVK Portland 9.-00 A M Corvallis ld)PM Corrallis 8:JD A M J Portlacd 3:20 1 M ExpreM. Train 1.KAVE I ARRIVi: Portland AM I' M I Mc.Minnvdlo....S0PM Mc.Minnille.-.S:45 A M I Portland JS-J0 A M JyOCAl tickets for sale and baggage 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 checked at company's ofllce. torner t ana front Ms., roruanu ur. Freight will not be received for .shipment after live o'clock v. i. on eitlier the East or West Side Divisions. IL KOEHLER, E. P. ROCEKS. Manager. (!. F. & Pass. AgL Hwaco Sleam Mption Co WINTER SCHEDULE. FROM ASTORIA TO Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canby and llwaco. Connecting by stages and steamboats for Oysterville, Montesano and Olympla STEAMER sZBL "GEN. MILES," W. P. Wiiitcomb, Master. "Will leave Astoria daily (Sundays excepted) for Ft Stevens, Ft. Canby and llwaco, at 8 A. M- Wiln Oysterville Mails and Express daily. and Through Mails to points bejond, and Montesano, W. T on Mondays, 'Wednesdays and Fridays. On Thursdays the "Miles" will make two round trips. leaving Astoria on sec ond trip (about 3 i. si.) 3 hours after arrival from first trip. Fare to llwaco. $1.00 Passengers will save 23 cents by purchas ing tickets boforo going on board. llwaco Freight per Ton. - $2.00 E2fFor Tickets, Towage or Charter ap ply at the ofuce of Uiu company, Gray's wharf, foot of Benton street. J. If. D. GRAY, Agent, FOR TILLAMOOK! Str. A. B. Field, Capt. Gabrtelsou, Will leave Main .street wharf as rrgu arly as weather permits during August September and October. Freight per O. It. & N. Co. will connect at Astoria. Hate from Portland and Astoria to Hobson- ville go per ton. Passage from Astoria 55 Address BADOLLfcT & CO.. Astoria. TUIQ DlDCDmTtefoundonflIoatGeo.P. 1 niO rftr tilRo well &Co' Newspaper Ad Tertltln? Bureau (W SpruceSt-Vwhere adVertlslne contracts may txmrado fcrlt IN NEW YOIilt. ItACINCr IN EGYPT. Camels in a Free for All Exciting sport for tho Natives. i t. i t i .. onnMij Pony races and foot races appealed . but little to the native mind, but the j camel race, open to all comers, was a . matter of the warmest interest to all, ' both Enclishmen and natives. The r- .i -i: Tl. Mudir himself, with a large following, attended the meeting, was most en thusiastic on the subject of this race, and had entered his best camel for it, his example being followed by the owners ot all the best camels. The scene at the starting point was quaint in the extreme. Camels were there of every size and hue, bellow ing one and all as though in direst agony ; some of them bestridden by English soldiers on their red leather saddles, some by officers who pre ferred the comfortable Soudan sad dle, some by naked Bischari or Abeb deh, sons of the desert, who not un frequently disdaining saddles of any kind, patpcn.hed on the rump of tho animal as on a jackass, and guided their beasts by the nostril string alone. Here and there among tho crowd were IJashi Bazouks on slim necked, slender- legged animals, whose rich accoutrements showed that their owners found war a paying trade, and townfolk who, perched on their light wooden saddles, their long robes bound closely round their waists, intended evidently to make a desperate struggle for victory. At last, profiting by a "moment when all the competitors seemed to be in line a result to obtain which had taken some three-quarters of an .hour the signal was given to go, and the camels .started. Then somo trotted, some galloped, some turned themselves round and round seeking to tie themselves in knots and refus 'iitg to move forward, others threw themselves on the ground and rolled their riders ofT, and one or two, dis engaging themselves from the crowd, "started off in a mad breakneck galloji toward the hills, their riders, albeit ,wild sons of the desert, unable to dd more than cling to the beasts for dear life. Every now and then oc cuircd a terrific collision between two eager competitors, which flung both camels and riders to the ground. As the l)casts rounded the turning post the confusion became proportionate to the excitcmnnt. Many camels never got round the post at all, but fell to fighting one with another on the far side of it, in which conflicts , their riders, when natives, soon took part with right good will. Others sought to cheat, diminishing tho dis , tance by 100 yards or so, but these .defaulters were promptly spotted and hounded off the course by the watch ful stewards. The winner was grcet 'cdas he passed the post by such cheers as completely disconcerted tho poor brute, and had not his ridei warily forestalled him he would havo turned back in fright from before tho crowd. The race was a good one, and ono of the most interesting features about it was the fact that, although tho . winning camel was ridden by a na tive, the r.nglish soldiers. who3e ac quaintance with camels dated from but a fortnight, seemed to hold their own very fairly against the natives, who were, so to speak, born and bred camel riders. As to knowledge oi the habits of the brute and adapta bility to a long journey, the superior ity of the native is incontestible ; but at this short trial of speed the Eng lishmen showed themselves not much his inferiors. Medical IMhics. A doctor dislikes nothing so much as to have a patient die on his hands, lie regards it as a reproach, not only to the profession, but to himself indi vidually. John Smith, a Boston man, was far gone in consumption. His family doctor expected that he would not last more than a few weeks. So in order to shift the blame on some other member of the profession, he told Smith : "What you need is a change of climate. You had better go to San Antonio, Texas, where you will re cuperate in a short time." Smith did so, and arrived in the Alamo city in. an cxhaustetl condi tion. He immediately sent for one of the leading physicians. That pro fessional gentleman, like his colleague in Boston, very much disliked to have a corpse on his hands, so ho says to the unfortunate man : 'My dear sir, this climate cannot agree'with you. What you need is a climate to which you are accustomed. You should go back to Boston where you came from, and you will soon be robust and healthv." Cure For Piles. Piles 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 attendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles yield at once to the appli cation of Dr. 1'osanko's Pile remedy, which acts directly upon the parts ef fected, absorbing the Tumors, allaying the intense itch ing, and elfecting a per manent cure. Price 50 cents. Address The Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co., Piqun, O. Sold by J. W. Conn. J&. O.A.jR.I,. To all who are suffering from tho errors and indiscretions of vouth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss'of manhood, &c, I will send a recipe that will cure you. FKEE OF CHARGE. Tills great remedy was discovered by a missionary in South America. Send a self-addressed envelope to the Rkv. .losnni T. Ijoia', Station D, iWip YorU City. YOUXG 3IES ! KEAD THIS. Tup. Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall, Mich., offer to send their celebrated Elec-tjio-Vojutaic Belt and other Electiiic Arr-LTAXCKs on trial for thirty days, to men (young or old) afflicted with nervous debility. loss of vitality aud manhood, and all kindred troubles. Also for rheumatism, neuralgia, paralysis, and manv other dis eases. Complete restoration to health, vigor and manhood guaranteed. No risk is in curred as thirty days trial is allowed. "Write them at ouce for illustrated pamphlet free SKIN I BLOOD DIseasoSfrom Pimples to ScrofuIJ Cured by Cutlcura. IIuidteds of letters in our possesion, cop- pies of which may be had by return of mail. rel,eat this story V-I havo been a terrible sufferer for ears from Diseases of the Skin and Blood : liave teen obli-ed to shun pub- "" ,"ieiu?rt "3',u ' .,..-. w...;- ,.. w. ,..., ..w..... ....;- .spent nunureusoi uouars. anu got no renei until I u;cd lite CrrirciiA KEaiKDiEtf. which have c:.red me. and left my skin and blood as pure :is a ehild'.s. COVr.KKI) 1V1TII SAIjT i:ilV3I. CiTicfKA RraiKniKS are the greatest medicines on earth. Had the woist cae of Salt Rheum in this country. JIv mother had ii iweniA years, aim in laci men irom ir. 1 believe C'L'i 1 1 tka would liae saved her life. M arms, breast and head were covered lor three years, which nothing relieved or cured until! I ustd the CnriciMtv Hk-soia fnt, inltrnallv, and CiTimtA and I'crirt i:.v soap, extemallv. .1. V. ADAMS. Xkwakk.O. iikad, pack ASii i:o;v :t.v-.v. I commenced toiwevnurCi ticik'v Ukm r.niKS lat July. M l.eail and laee and some paits of my b!y w-n alunt raw. My head was eoVr d v.ita 'erit's ;md sores, and my Mifferinif .. f-arfiil I had tried everything l had heaiii of m the fcit and Wtst. My e:i' waoeoiiMdeird a very liatt one. I haeiinw not a i article nt J-km Hu mor about me, and e;ie is eonsldert d w onderriil. M i."s. r. F. Wl I J Pl'LE. Dkcatu::. Mini. KcxniA I'Ktni hpapto rr.v.i Chaih's liiryi' IIhikIe,.I.T.t. fit Heights. N. .1.. w i iti ,n : "My miii. a lad o'l twelve years, was completely i-urcd -f a terrible .":i"e of Ec7i ma l the Ci-tu itk.v Ri"M?niKi. From the topi fhNli'nd to th s(ies f hi feet w:-s one masof M-al.." K ery other re. ed ami phvN.e.anshad b"eii tr.e.l in vain Xor::sx; r.jstK :5'ticii:a. Tin half lias not be u told un to tin great eiir.itut ihiwvrs .f th. (i tiitba !Jmk iiiij5. 1 have paid hundred-, of dollars for medieines toeiirdise:e!of the Mood and skin, and neer found nn thing yet to equal thi'v'rrirriCA RK.Mi:ir. Pkoviukncf. K. 1. C. A. WILLI AMS. Are sold vpi where. Price: Cituvica. We: ItK-OLVKNT..-.! ; Sua r, !". 1'ieparcd by tin- Piitti t: I:i s an'iiCiikmii i."o.. 15 .-tu.v. .M:iN. Semi tor "IIom !r i:ri'M.i:i ISIsra-rN :' 0311 UQ I'iinples.i-kiiiMemishe-tnnd I5aly Uu U U Oj humors cured by Ci" r ien: a Soa i l SXEFZE until your l:e ul eems ready to lly oh : until your iini' I ' C' Cv LsX and ees discharge ex yj ' --'- y$J eesshe quantities of VJ "i. ft in.n.init J S- ,r fluid: mi ttintr. watery until our head mouth and -ST throat parched, and blood at fever heat. This is an Acute Ca tarrh, and is instantly relieved by a simile do.-e. and peuiianeutly cured b one bottle of Sankokhs KAnir.u. Cckk ton Catakkii. Complete Treatment with InhalerSI One bottle Radical Cure, one box Catarrh al Solvent, and one improved Inhaler, in one package, mav now be had of all druggists for Si. Ask "forSANKOKD's Kaiucai. Cup.k. "The or.lv absolute .specific we know of nrfif. Tiiiiw. "The best we havo found in a life time of suffering.' L'cr. Dr. H'tij piji, IMnn. "After a long stmsgle with Catarrh, the Radical Cckk has con nucrcd.'' Uer. S. 11". Munroe LrirfooiiryJi. fit. "I have not found a ease that it did not relieve at once. -Didn r Lc 3incliclcr, Potter !rng anil Chemical Co.. Hoston. JHtW'S YOUi: RUKUMATIX2 Is a uues tion that appeals to every tortured victim of uueuntaiisiii, wuo uiius me oiuui at phisteisand liiitments jmner lss :o reliee him. Ti M.ch the Cirrici'KA Ati Pain Pustkk Ls an elegant and never-Iaiiing source of relief, banishing rheumatic, neu- ciatie. .sudden, sharp and nervous pans as by magic. New. original, speedy, safe. At dru-igists. 2V : live lor one dollar, mailed free." forri-i: I)i:n: and Cukm iai.Co..P.o4ou. WILL Faster AND EASIER Than any o li eraemade. Hundreds of woodmen tes tify to its supe riority. It socs Ilrcphnd Never Sticks. CAUXAIIAX & CO.. A cents Astoria. I'rlre, Sl.r.0. CITV TIIKASCREH'S KKI'OUT. J. C. Hustler in Account utth the City of Astoria, for the (Quarter Ending Neptemljcr 110. ISs.";. I8.S.-1. iik. July 1. To balance on hand $".151 44 September 'JO. To amt. from sale Liquor li censes 1.K00 CO To amt. from sale Team li censes in; CO To amt. from sale Billiard Ta ble licenses 71 15 To amt. from sale Peel Ta ble licenses 75 00 To amt. from sale. Dog licenses :rr 50 To amt. from sale Hotel Run ners licenses .'0 00 To amt. from sale Pawn Brok ers licenses 25 00 To amt. from sale Circus, &c, licenses 155 00 To amt. from sale Peddlers li censes .".0 00 To amt. from sale Bowling Al- lej" licenses 10 00 To amt. from sale of Concealed Weapons licenses 4 00 To amt. from Police Court fines 885 75 To amt. from Citv Tax, 1SS5...1(',051 15 To amt. from Benton .Street assessment 178 50 To amt. from Washington .Street assessment 17 00 To amt. from sale Lots in Cemetery 227 20 Total 22,855 20 on. By amt. Warrants paid SU'l!) 94 By Balance in Treasury ',("""5 .15 Total S22.S55 20 T.nnoEi:. UK. To General Fund S5.92L S7 " Cash Gxlj .'Jj Total ?12rVi7 22 en. By Cemetery Fund ... '. 1100 70 ' Main Street Fund 1 00 "Police Fund 5,470 54 City Tax 18S5 5,710 48 Benton Street Fund 158 50 " Washington Street Fund ... 17 00 Total S12,5522 Respectfully submitted. J. G. Hustlkk, Treas. Astoria, Or., October I3th,1883. aurcngE? aBP.5n?i 32&MJii2ii vJa&A&mSd ni'"ic. fr-UFlE 1 cm J PArprrn)Aa3J3c.3Si. J.C.TnilJinger JOB PRHTTESTC, HEAT, QUIgTIhD CHEAP, -AT The Astorian Jol) Office. Cuslimg's Court Street Assessment NOTICE is hereby ien that the as sessment matleb. ordinance No. S40of the city of Astoria, county of Clatsop, .stall of Oreson. for the improvement of dialling's Court street in the said city of Astoria as laid out and recorded l .I.M.Shively.froni West Mh .street to West 8th street, as provided b onlin ance No. H-TO of : said city of Astoria, on each of tin following described lots fronting on said portion of said Cush-itiH-. Court street, is now payable at tin ofliceof tlieCity Treasurer in l". S. ruin, and unless paid within live days of the final pnlilieation of this notice, viz: Fri day. October :0tlu 18S.". the Common Council will order warrants issued for the codqetion thereof. The assessment is as follews: Mrs.S. !. Wood. Mrs. M. I. Herren. .lame? W. Welch. .John W. Welch and J). II. Welch, lot 1 block i:5. 50 teet. P.iT yds cut .$l!.i"j. planking SWjrA: total cost StK.7."i. Mrs. b. F. Vood. lot 2 block i:v. ."0 ft.. :Jl ds cut si, jilanking $l!-"0; total cost $1000. Mrs. L. Horn. lot :i block l.T, no feet. :J7l j ds cut j?!i 1.7.". plankim: $1P-"M : total cost SH4.tr.. L. K. U. Smith, lot 4 block i:5, .TO feet, Wl vds cut and lJ! yds till $40..'., plank ims iy-"0: total cost S."i.7.". .lames Tavlor, lot . block l.'s". ,"0 feet. 414 yds fill 111. planking l!-"i0: total CDs l lJt)-"0. lames Ta lor. lot (I block i:5.i..0 feet. 70s yds fill -S177, planking ?IU.."U1; total cost litl.iO. E. A. Taylor, lot 1 block 118. r.0 feet, stdi'-walk '.". plankiiig$19..0: total cost $4 -"(). E. A. Taylor, lot4.' block IIS, .TO feet. 20 vds cut .", sidewalk $-2Tt. p-ankinti .?1!)"."0; total cost S4.)-10. It. Carruthers. lot :; block 118. .10 feet. "i77 yds fill 144.Uj, sidewalk S2T, plank ing SlD-iO: total costS188.7... James Taylor, lot 4 block 118. TiO feet, '-0 vds cut s.", sidewalk Si'.", planking jll'O ; total cost 49.50. .lames Taylor, lot."" block 118, 50 feet, ." yds till "n1:;.75, sidewalk $25, planking .?1!U"0: total cost jn5S5. .lames Tavlor. lot i; block US. 50 feet, 247 yds till siil.75, sidewalk 25, plank ing S1D.50: total costSl0(i.25. IJy order of the Common Couneii. Attest: T.S. Jkwett. Auditor and Clerk. Astoria. Oregon, October 8th. 1SS5. Notice. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT THE partnership heretofore existing be tween (Joh Ping, Goii Yonjr, Goh Fong and (toh Hing Chang, under the firm name of Sin un Lung Co.. is this day dissolved, tloh Hing Chang retiring from the firm. The business will be hereafter conducted by Con Yong and Goh Fong under the old name of Sin Yun Lung Co. All bills due the firm are to be paid to the undersigned at once. All private bills that ("oh Hing Chang owed, he is to pay himself. GOH PING, YONG DA. GOH FOING. Astoria. Oregon, Sept. 17th, l&s.-,. from a common Blotch, or Eruption, to the worst scroraa. sait-Knetun, iever Sores," Scaly .or Bough. Skin, in short, all diseases caused by bad blood arc conquered by tlds powerful, purifying, and invigorating medi cine. Great Eating Ulcers rapidly heal un der its benign influences. Especially has it mani fested its potency in curing Tetter,Eoso Rash, Boils, Carbuncles, Sore Eyes. Scrofulous Sores and Swellings, Hip-Joint Disease, White Swellings, Goitre, or Thick; Neck, and Enlarged Glands. Send ten cents is stamps for a largo treatise, with colored plates, on Skin Diseases, or the same amount for a treatise on Scrofulous Affections. "THE BLOOD IS THE X.1TE." Thoroughly cleanse it by using Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, and good di gestion, a fair skin, buoyant spirits, vital strength, and soundness of con stitution, will bo established. GONSUMFTION, which is Scrofulous Disease of the Lungs, is promptly and certainly arrested and cured Dy tliis God-given remedy, if taken before the last stages of tho disease are reached. From its won derful power over this terribly fatal disease, when first offering this now celebrated remedy to tho public, De. Pierce thought seriously of calling it his ''Consumption Cure," but abandoned tliat name as too limited for a medicine which, from its wonderful combination of tonic, ot strengthening alterative, or blood-cleansing, anti. bilious, pectorial, and nutritlvo properties, is uncqualeu, not only as a remedy for consumptloa crthe lungs, but for all CHRONIC DISEASES op raz Liver,'Blood,i Lungs, If you feel dull, drowsy, debilitated, have sal low color ot skin, or yellowish-brown spots on face or body, frequent headache or dizziness, bad taste in the mouth, internal heat or chills, alter nating with hot flashes, low spirits and gloomy forebodings, irregular appctitc.and coated tongue, you are suffering from indigestion. Dyspep sia, and Torpid Liver, or " Biliousness." In many cases only part of theso symptoms are experienced. As a remedy for all such cases, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery has no cquaL For Wealc Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Shortness of Breath, Bronchitis, Severe Cougns, Consumption and kindred affections, itJHs a Eovcreicm remedr. Send ten cents in stamps for Dr. Pierce's book on Consumption, Sold by Druggists, PRICE, $1.00, OR SIX BOTTLES FOR S.OO. Worli's Dispensary Helical As20ciatios, Proprietors, 633 Main St, Buffalo, X. Y. LITTLE fircc&s t &?PILLS. ANTI-BILIOUS and CATHARTIC Sold by Druggists. 23 cents a viaL $500 Reward is offered by tho proprietors of Dr. Sago's Catarrh Eemedy for a case of Catarrh which they cannot cure. Ii you have a discharge from tho nose, offensive or other wise, partial loss of smell, taste cr hearing, weak eyes, dull pain or pressure in the head, you have Catarrh. Thousands of cases terroinate in consumption. Dr. Sage's Catarrh. Remedy cures tho worst cases of Catarrh, " Cold, in ihe Head," and Catarrhal Headache, w cents. 5"BF 56 ?a r m en Hk VEtCTJK' 5 N DR. VANJONCISGAR Permanently located at 152 and 131 Third Street, Portland. Ore-ran. ls a regular graduate in medicine, has been longer engaged m the special treatment of all venereal, sexual and chronic diseases than any other phvsician hi the Wast, as city papers show, alid old residents know. S10SO reward for any case which he fails to cure, coming under liis treatment ; by follow ing ills directions. lilt. VAX is the most successful Lung and Threat Doctor in America. He will tell you your trouble without asking you a single question, and warrant a perfect cure in the loilowing diseases : IiItvous debility. Spermatorrhoea, semi nal losses, sexual decay, fainting memory, weak eyes, stunted development, loss of energy, impoverished blood, pimples, imped iments to marriage, aiso bioouauu sKin iils eases, syphilis, eruptions, hair falling, bono pains, swelling, sore throat, effects mercury, kidney and madder troubles, weak back, burning urine, incontinence, gonorrhoea, gleet, .stricture, etc., receives prompt relief and cured for life. Serious diseases (w ith or without dreams). Diseased discharges cured promptly without hindrance to business.. Uotli Sexes consult confidentially. If in trouble. call or w rite. Delays aro dangerous. Inflammation of the ear. ulceration or ca tarrh, internal or external, deaf tness or pa ralysis, ringing noises, thickened drum, &c. ALL SUUU1CAL CASES, such as clubbed or derormed feet, paralysis, contracted cords; weak Joints, or deformed limbs, hip Joint disease with running sores and shortening limbs, diseases and curvature of the snlne. old ulcers, diseases of the knee Joints, de formities of the face and diseases of the eyes, every eye that may require artificial aid. deafness, private diseases and all chroulc diseases such as consumption, asthma, neu ralgia, diseases of the heart, lungs, liver, stomach, spleen, bowels, skin and urinary organs, and all diseases peculiar to females. All cases of catarrh most positively cured by anew and infallible principle. Impediments of speech; as stammering and stuttering perfectly removed. Piles and fistula radi cally and permanently cured without the knife. HEItStA AXD ItUPTUBE perfectly restored without an operation, requiring no truss af ter treatment. Old fever sores, ulcers and varicose veins invariable healed and cured. CANCERS and tumors permanently re moved without the knife, caustic, or the loss of a single drop of blood. Terms for Treatment Strictly Cash. Ofllce hours S to 5. XXE3.. 3L3II3STTI-E3 THE SPECIALIST, "o. 1 1 Kearney street, San Francisco, CaI. Tkeats alcCiikoxic, Special adPiu- vatk Diseases wiTn"WoxDKRKni. Success. THE GREAT ENCLISH REMEDY! Ts a certain cure for Vervoiw Debility, Lost 3Innhootl. iTostntorhocn.ruul all tne evil effects of youthful follies and excesses, and in drinking Inloxl cntlng liquors. Dr Mlntle who is a reg ular physician, grad uate of the Univer sity of Pennsylvania will agree to lortlet 5500 for a case of this kind the Vital Kcstorative (under his spe cial advice and treatment) will not'eure. Sl.50 a bottle, or four times the quantity S5, sent to any address on receipt ot price, or C. O. D. in private name If desired, by Dr. Hlntle. II Kearny St.. San Francisco. CaI. Send for list ot questions and pamphlet. S All PLC DOTTLE FKKE will be sei.t to any one applying by letter stating symptoms, sex and age. Strict se crecy in regard to all business transactions. Moore's Remedy -FOR- Poison Oa,3sl. MOORE'S REMEDY Cures and Prevents POISON OAK. CURES Files. Burns, Cuts: KK- MOYE8 Sunburn and Freckles. Cold in the Head or Lungs, Croup Etc.. etc. An Invaluable FAMILY SAiVE. Sold by all Druggists. 23 Cents a Box Try It I RESTORED The reason that Thousands cannot yet cured of SEillXAL WEAKXESS, LOSS OF ItAX IIOOD, and the result 0 abuse, diteasa or excesses, is owing to a complication called PROSTATOR RI1EA. DR. LIEBIG'3 JXFIGORATOR u the OXLYcureferPROSTATORRUEA. Price. ?i.0O per paclage, S packages, S18 PO. Guide tf Health and Self-Analyst sent free. 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AIjLi. ln postage stamps, wo will rend free to any earnett Inquirer, our r plen did illustrated 81 papo medical work, 1tW symp toms of all forms of Sexud Disease, description of this treatment, prices, testimonials and news paper endorsements, &c Ac we aro also agents for the neir and certain to cure. Self-Ad justing- and Olore Fittlns: Cradle Compressor, for tho thorough and radical cure, without surgery, of VARICOCELE Consultation with full Medical St; FKEE. iviale Remedial Agency, j74 Fon SL, N. Y. AXD CARRIAGE PAINTING! In (Jood Style aud Lowest Living Trices CHAS. OtSEiV. Shop at Montgomery's old stand WeSPSETM Hjl MANHOOD VeSX 'K"wp'ScBr'Sii'