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NOVEMliEK 1. 1SS8
Butler is Hunting oC trying it
again next fall. "The Old Guard
dies; it never surrenders."
"With one exception the Democratic
state tickot is'olecisd in 2sc.v York
The legislature is Republican.
The Czar lias refused to visit
Kaiser "Willielm at Berlin, and all
Russia and Germany, marvel much
Eastern politicians sav that the
defeat of Mahone in Virginia means
"a solid South." "Wade Hajnpton is
CoMPiiATKT is made in the interior
that a $3,000 iusjinnicc policy on a 1,
000 house if rubbed against it, may
result in a fire.
The Portland Tclejram denies the
accusation of the Chief of Police con
cerning alleged overcharge and over
tures of fraud in the city printing.
Astoeia is improving in all mate
rial respects, and it is but in keeping
with the fitness o things that its rep
resentative and exponent should keep
pace -with the improvement of the
city. Accordingly, TheDaHjT. Mous
ing Astoria appears in a form which
we trust -will be acceptable to our
readers, "We feel grateful for the
mam commendations and -words of
good will that we have received, and
shall strive to make the paper a wel
come morning visitor to everyone in
the city and vicinity. .
The Standard Oil company seems
t o be reaching ont its tentacles to the
Northwest. It is said that the new
Portland Gaslight company is backed
by this monopoly, if they can gel
"special rates" from Yiilard they may time as may
The president has so amended civil
service rules that they now distinctly
prohibit the appointing power alike
in every department, and in every
postofiice and customs office, from
making amy discrimination in selec
tions for appointments by reason of
any political or religious opinions or
OIECC1T COURT, CLATSOP COUNTY,
C. H. Bicelott .1. F. Simmsand V?. U. A! or
ris, partners under the arnumtnc of Klgrfmv.
Mmtns una iiorns, iainuus, ts. me As
toria Gas Lteht Co., a roriwration incor
porated under the laws of Oregon, ami J. E.
Suit inequity to foreclose Mechanics Itet:
"Whereas a suit in equity lias ttten com
menced in the above entitled court, by the
plaintiffs above named, against the defend
:ints above named, to foreclose a mechanic's
lieu against the gas works and the premises
upon which they are situated belonging in
the defendant the "Astoria Gas Mgtit Com
pany," and heiitc and situate In Slilvelv's
jliy ui i?iiura, iaijii lyuiiuij, uiivn, iui
jmlj-incnt against said defendants nr t!t
sum oi seven nunureuanu miy oj
lars; for the costs and disbursements tf
suit; that plaintiffs have a li n on sW
worKS. uuiiuings ana premise- : uuu
same may be sold under decree ; said i-wt
to satiMy ana uisenarse sain nun: iu-u
plaintiifs have executioii asainst iwid de
fendant Condict for anv deficiency n iiwin-
ing after said sale, and rorsnni otuer ana
further relief as to equity nwy seem jast.
Now therefore notice it nereuy Riven io
each and tvorv i?rsou inten-steu in the cn
forcement of "said lien, or who claims air.
interest therein, to itjesist their caijtn
wlihin tMidavs after the eoninlete imUlie.t
tinn of mis notice, and in case of the failure
so to do within said time, or so much furtlier
rime ; mav .lie allowed l)v uie cxirx or
Judge thereof, the party so failing shall fir
iiit. nis iidii unucr uic iirtiv iMuici ui inauvi.
entitled "An act to proriae for the liens o
mesnamus. lauorors. inxienat-meu mhi wu
crs. and prescribing the manner of their en
forcement.' approver oei.aan. vsn.
Attonie . for nainua-..
Dated Nov. 9. liSJ. -
Valuable Real Estate and Water ;
Frontage. Steam Engine and
Machinery, Lumber, Etc.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10,
At 0:30 A. 31.
fTnlru.-.trt liv lli Astoria Box and Lum-
Der Manufacturing Co., I will sell at puhlic
siuctifin. m il nrvnitstw. Lots 5 and C and
the east fl fret .f Lot 7, Adair's Astoria, be
ing 200 feet uubrwkm f rontagc o. said Diock,
together with tt the water irancnne uc-
lougtng to same. Also. t:ie uxzw iionzwuai
Stimuli. -Kurinf. liutt:rs. -Planurs. I"nkev.
ruiHps.aimwaehiHerj or the sawmill and
box lactory. as daatayinl by Are.
Also, 1 f jum fet gl box lumber and lot of
Tenns Ca,h. E. C. 1IOLDEN .
For further particulars see posters.
Hw Slot 6
flew York Movellv Store !
lUUi U JJilUiiUii
Vino ttU-A un DiUiardV.id ftuup'.e Kms
in the City.
KvrvthinR f.rst-class tluonp'oiHit.
At the cntrano to the (. It. & N. Dock.
Has opened to tltc public a full-line f
FRANK L. PARKER.
Fresli Fruits Vegetables
Tovs. VelociDedss. Holier
lilver and Plated Ware,
Has rt -opeaiil his
f hi th l!indwv. iirttr his ld locatiou. He
will tli- Mock of the choiwt Ctears, r,Hn. intention,
and Ti'Imccok. and a full line of smokts ar
Baby Carriages, Bird Cages. Japanese Goods, nccordeons. Violins.
Sheet Music. Stationery. Cuilery. Notions. ari other
Novelties too numerous to.meniisn.
Only one price for all" is our watchword, and hv art- willinclo "
r irecunl. "Jlonesty is the b-i iKdicy." awl mr eiin re a
stnml or full" by
nuniatf e fr itr
htcindin? th; llm-st meereciiauni
He will Ik, pleased t set- his idd
fntiHis at lils new stanu.
FOR LIVERPOOL DIRECT-
Tii splendid A 1 British Iron
Will be shortly on the berth for SAIJMOX
in hHs to still snippers, torm'iu anu in-
Miranoe apply to
Messrs. IIALFOUK. (J UTHUIK ft Co..
Or to P. L. CHKRUV, Astoria.
Or. Ins lo our large increase of bu!uc vi htive had to v-cu in moiv eoMMtMHlioits
uUHrtcrs. v. e invite llieimmic to bivp us a can ami inns .-ir lawnfliM uku
is mtsreprescn.eti. as wp imkc jjrrsi iHi-asnrt- m sramwi; wt swm.
We make a spec ahy irf
Baby Carriages. Accordeons.
And all kinds of Reading Matter.
A complete line of 3IOX.2 IV
slinrth. Our prices defy comw-ti!i-n.
;2S unsnrp:ised anywhere will l!en;!icd
iTiil and in fiuivim-eu.
Captain "Wakdell, v,iio ojicc com-
r-1IUCUIT COUItT, CLATSOP COrNTV
C 15. Riselow ad W. V: Morris, nartiters
under the Una name of Itigriow and Morris,
pmlntlils. vs. iae Astortx ihis i.;ni com-
muiv. a conMraiioi incouwraivu mhiutiih;
aws of Oregon, awl .1. II. Condict, doffiwl-
,...r i i .i iMtcreas a sun in CQiniy itwn wn
luuuuuu iuu wiiiuueraie steamer mCnced in the above entitled court by I he
Stit)il,:i- iia Hvm.r in rni rnnini -i I idHintiffs aboe named, aea'nst the defend
rVnnapolis, lhongli once an oflirer him aeainst the sas woii;s and the pretfjiMts
4i. tt..:.i c?4,.j i. i i unon wnicuincvaresiiuaieu iicMUM-iiuriouic
Ul vuiuni ouitu. ii.iif noiua urendanl U:e Astoria Has Might c4Hiuny.
naval ofiicerp, never liavintr formven ad ei" aJd situated In Shlrcly' ity of
the world in genorai. ami tne navy m mrnt against said defendants for the sm at
nnrtlnnlnr fnr ihn. nnnnai 1 T.irf,l "VC llUIinrCU UllU ICU JlOI OOliars. IOT UMf
particular, lor tne accusation mtfde c0,,fi alld rtJSbursemnts of suit. thatWalii-
.ifminKf. him rf njirrrinc- rn lUn nr-ir tiffs have a lien on said works, buildincsaml
Drugs and Chemicals
law nrk ifipif tffir
after he had heard the declaration of
Tun Baptists of Chicago are prepar
ing to celebrate the fiftieth anniver
sary of the establishment of the first
Baptist church in that city. The first j
church ras built a.t occupied in the
fall of ltSKJ. Its coitt was 0()0, and it
commenced with a membership of
fifteen: and now there are tweutv
churches and nine missions of the de
nomination in the city.
It is said in New York that Boston
holders of Oregon Transcontinental
stock became uneasy on account of
the depreciation in its price, and
asked questions which Mr. Yiilard
.W r.-r tif said Court lo salisf v and discliaiso
said lien, that laintifls have execucnHi
ncainst saild defendant. Condk-t. for any de
ficiency icinaining alter said slc. and for
su'-h other and furllicr lelief as to equity
may seem just. .Now tnereiore noiiee iri
licrcbv iriven to each anil every iero In
turcstcd in the enforcement tif sa:d lien, or
who claims an Interest therein, to presort
their claims witliin ten days afler Hie com
plete mioiic-itioi! of tlus- JHHioe. aim in case
ofilw f.ii!i!Pc . lo do within ihl Uih. or
so much further time as may ive anon en ny
the t'ourl or.iuclne tiirrHit. l!eiarty sormi-
iiis shall forfeit his lien under we provisions
if the act, entitled "An act to provide for
tan lien? or inciamc. laoorers. maienai-
men and others, and pruscriblnir the niannor
ottneir eiuorcfJiH'ni." anproveti uci. -sin
Jtvl. ). VTlXTO.V.
AttoriK-y for Plxintlffs.
Dated November 9th lew. -at
j v DRUGGIST
I A fg
formerly Old I. X. L. Store,
Eugens D. Brock, Master.
TEU apply totiieC;'pta4a. or to K.P. P:irkc r, Apent.
or TOWING, FP.EIGHT orCILVU-
H. It. PAltKEK.
CITY "SOQSL S3?C3ELS3-
JIAVE JJ'ST IiECi:iV;i A SIAOlUXll SXUUIX UJL' X5-JUii.a.
The younji and old. rich and poor can all be accommodated.
Agents for the Kranich & Bach and rvianasteidt est Notni i-ianos ana
Yestern Cottage Organs.
Orders Tor all kinds ui' Musu: r In&Prttiiicnts will be promptly filled. -
R. F. & CO..
City Book Store.
Have a Full Line of
Pn'crijlitHis carefully comionnded
Day or Night.
ASTORIA LIQUOR STORE,
answered by placing the book? at the AUG. DAN I KLSON, - - Proprittor.
disposal of the expert employed 1)'
uie jjostou people, rue expert iaj
said to have finished his investiga-j
tion ana reporrett that the stock is
vvorlh ranch more ihan Ihe present
ItclHiiltanil Kefitted T!irociot.
Tlie Uest of ,
For a Good Cixar, call for owe cf
CoriKT Weill Olh and Water SUx-ets. Ast.MiA.
Tin: four hundredth anniversary of j
the birlh of . Martin Luther
is celebrated to-day. The ived-
dins rm; given by him to
his bride is still in existence, and has
been lately placed on 'exhibition in ately after the adjournment of Atfor Lodge
l inu. u, rv. in x ., iur uu; wcinn vi uiHcrir. iui i
rc-l'!iwiilnr animal iiWNMlne- irt the (iin-c!
JL ors of th I'vtlilaii iJind and Ituil.lins
Asoci"nvii will be held in Pythian CtfM'e,
on Wednesday December Silt :H83. iiiime.n-
r ranKiort-on-tne-iimn. it oears a
representation of Christ upon the
cross and the instruments of the Pas
sion, and in it is et a small rubv.
The inscription is: "Dr. Martin Luth
er; Catherine Bora, Juno 33, 1525.
The Fav-orite Astoria Suburb. Eligible Site for Homes. .Little or no
Grading for Lots or Expenses on Street Improvements.
Plenty of Wood and Good VVaier.
If vou want to make money while ou arc asleep. seize this opporlunttj to IX VIST
IX ALOIiKBKOOK PUOPEliTY. and doable, your money next spnn?. .
This is no fiction roritiswell Known innt AiuerurooK loissoiu ai aiicium ian iir
l.r.,-., ctiiM. linnti vnl.l fnr tlinw titiwj tlio ninnilflt tllCV Iwol'tflll tllCll. And ill ViCW Of tltC
extensive milling operations contemplated to be ervctcil at an earlv day In Aldeibrook
similar results are Mire to roiiow a jiuunirus uivesuiieiii oi a irw iiuuurcu uu.
Instnicted by Jles?rs. iJozonn ci. .loans, on
Wednesday, November 14th, at i:30 P. M.
At my Auction ICoom;.
1 will sell at Public Auction, to the highest bidders, a) eligible lots lathe town of Alder-
rTEIiMS -Oae half cash, balance in easy payments to suit purchasers. Title perfet.
Maps showing location or Lots to be sold can be seen at my onice or at Bozortn & Joints'.
TL C UOIiDKN. Auctioneer.
the!iisuinf; yxmr.and IImj tranRactloiiofisuch
other nuMness as may cm ieior inc
n. A. jtUi ari hecretaiy.
;Vstoi is, I"Sv. v, it3. dtil
-RTOTICK IS IIEItEP.Y aiEN THAT A.
JJ J. iierzotr is no lonuer in ntv emirtov
and therefore uniuithotfzerf to receipt or
collect for me. m. i.ui:i:.
Delinquent City Taxes.
It is told in Boston that an exhibit
in a divorce case before a referee con
sisted of a foolscap sheet on "which
iirlnreil kIioo; vfrf THCor1 Tliocn
.' . i , ' MVTOTICE IS IIEREIiY OIVEX THAT I.
on exnuiiuaiion, were lounci to ue ex- i.
cerpts from i)ublic prayers by preach
-rs commonly reported. They wero
so dovetailed as to form an eloquent
petition about live minutes long. It
was introduced as .evidence to show
that the defendant, a country clergy
man, was dishonest even in perform
ing the most sacred functions of his
The editor of ihe New York Tones
is independent m lortnne.. lie owns
a large majority of the stock of liis
VViimcrding & Co., San Francisco.
Loeb & Co.. Agenis, Astoria.
ITOIf V1 I Dl'TD TT ATT
COTTLE BEER DEPOT.
OaiAKca Street. Astouii.
the underslinifd. Chief of Police, have
lteen furnished with a warrant from the
Cii Council reouinn me to collect tin- tax
es assessed for the juar 1883, and now delln-u-Mt
uiu the list and make return of the
same -Hiiliiu sixtv davs. All parties so in
debted wilt therefore please take notice awl
avirn iiieiiiscivcs ammi:i'M
i:. W . JAILlillltUi .
Chief of Police.
Astona, Oregon. October 2otn, 1J&3.
NOTICE IS HEltEBY GIVEX THAT!
the undersimed. ovcutor of th last
will and testament of Truman . Eaton.
deceiLscd, has filed 14 tlie County CtMtrt of
the State of Oregon frr Ciatsop county, his
final account as such executor, and the
same has lieen set for hearins on Monday.
.Tnnuarv 7th. 186-1. at the hour of tcu o'clock
paper, and his last purchase was ten n me lorcnnon. at which umc nnu mace in
in relation uiereio.
shares at SlCSOOcach. There are 100
shares, so that he paid at the rate of
S1,G50,000 for his last purchase, and it
was a purchase that was not jncces-
sary io give him control His Teal
estate is the most valuable of any of
1). K. WAlUtEX.
i:stai:lisiird ix 185S.
ASMES & DALLAM,
Mannfactr.rers and Importers Of
The Jiefif of Laacr r Cts, a Class
Orders for the
GMti CotaMa Brewery !
fft at this place will be promptly attend
t"""-Xo clieap Saa Francisco Beer sold r.t
tvii. liuuh.. rrepneior.
ASTOKIA, - -. - OEEGOi"
rClHTS IV.nTCTTON. I :! CAKE OF
Jl the 5 tcrs of Chanty. Ls now ready for
t ho reception of patients.
i'nvaie rooms tor iuc accoinmoaaiiou u.
ruuenusauiaiueu aiai. iinuiA.uav ormgui.
patient is free to and has the privilege ol
eniiHoyin; any pnysician they prefer.
United StatcM 3Iariuc
Se:imen who nay Hospital Dues, are enti
tled to Free care and attendance at this Hos
pital durintr sickness. Permits mast be ob
tained lea- united States 3larines at the Cus-
Ladies desirous of procuring Gooris .
unequaled in Style and Pinish "will , .
take pleasure in exaniining our
SILKS, SATINS and DRESS GOODS.
GENTS' FURNISHING DEPAETMENT,
Everything is Complete
and of the "best.
FURNITURE S BBDDHSTG
AND DEALER IN
the New York journaLs estimated at yy00fjen an(j VVilloW Ware
oi,uiw,wu, anu pays on mat, ana nis
paper has been paying well for twenty
years. He is independent in fortune
and in politics.
A Washington special, declares the
president-will seriously call the atten-
SlSTKUS OF CnAUlTV
Twines, Brooms, Brushes, Baskets,
Pails, Tubs, Churns, Vfishboards. onc
Cordnar. tTrnpalns X'nncrs, Patter
UaUalldinK X'.ipcrs, Jlatclic,
Handles, CXotltc WrinscrR.C.'ir
yet Swecpfrs, Pcnlhcr f-utters,
Stat "unci?, c.
fVrOTICE IS HEREP.V GIEX T1FAT THE
Ul Assessment Jtoll of School District Xo.
l.Clatsoii county, Oregon, for the year 1SS3
has this 15lh day of October. 16KJ. been an-
proved by the Directors of said district and
a warrant issued to the clerk for the collec
tion of the taxes therein called for within
sixty days from said date.
ssaiu tax is now iluc and payable at tne
Carpets,. Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Moulding
WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES
Complete In every branch.
tion of Congress this year to the im- 230 and 232, ,Ront Street, ffi
perative importance of "giving serious iAs "Ajoii", uaj vlthin the time above specified.
consideration at no distant day to the
Isthmus canal question. It is under
stood the executive regards opera
tions of DeLo3seps at Panama, under
authority of the French government.
as making it hazardous to delay much
longer some uoumte action on our
part, in order -that- our position may
ilnion India Rubber Co's
Tate Para Gum
BEWAltR OF IMITATIONS I
lie sure th Uoots are stamped. CRACK
j. o. Bozoimi.
. Cleric SchoorDist. 2io. J.
Clatsop Co. Oroxon.
TIN TIIE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
j-state of Orccon for Clatson county.
Henrietta Wmcliell, plaintiff, vs. John
inchell. defendant :
To the aboyc named defendant. John
"Wincliell, you are hcreby'required to appear
and answer the complaint of the above
T 0 CANNEEYMEN !
IVilliU itUVIVT. 15U.VEO JIlAi i3MW j
In anv amount reaulred. and uuarantee t
.to tlicm tntl;fnctTirv In every resucct. '
WILL MAlvP. BOXES" XEXT SEASOX
3Iy pfTce for shooks will be 13 cents ; for
nailed boxes 17 cents. Anyone wishinj: to
make a contract for cases can confer with
dct4-Sm . Proprietor "West Shore Mills.
be clearly 'established, with an eye to gaK(?J ffi? fcS fn Xa'aBrcSfi
fiVfiira nrtTi4inrroTim TTn l,nc nli. ,T"T, 4in,7t Thnir r-raMhv or hrenkiiiz' suit on or befare the first day of the next
' , IvVp now tnt
served with interest, it is understood, D AfBESmTcfh will make Mf",1' ?ullai"n toT-
the progress of European sentiment
Tritli rnfrnnr.f in ihn finM nnnl tmii SAT.i? hv alt. OEATJEKS. substance Ls. adecrcedLssolMngthfbondsof
regards with favor an early
- , r i ,
sion uy ingress mm reierence io an noon YEAR RUBBER CO ,nade ty llie Hon- A, S. Bennett, Juurc
intoroceanic highway at Kicaragua or it. h. pjsal Jn i Agents -ucnuinTOffi-w
some other point. w.-. Attorneys for plaintiff.
I ... ...,i.i.r.n uprn-ivn n , nrT I niriirimonv IlPrftminrp nnri nmv nrlctlnrr !.
i I TMirVTK ATCfl KIM IKS. KTJ iiiwih w iuuinucu u, WUUU 11 iiiJ IllUCr
THE LATEST STYLES
B. 3. FRANKLIN'S,
XEXT DOORTO ASTORIAN OFFICE.
A very large Stock from which to select.
"Window curtains made to order.
tSTMy patent Trimmer to cut Wall Paper
will be loimd convenient to my patrons.
Hardware sal SUp Ciaiiilerj
A. VAii DUSEN & CO.,
I) HA LKHS IX
Hardware and Ship Chandlery
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish,
Binnacle Oil, Cotton Canvas,
Hemp Sail Ywine,
Cotton Sail Twine,
Wrought Iron Spikes,
Galvanized Cut Nails.
Faints and Oils. Groceries, etc
ionr Cftaiis ai Hewe
srcrE5SOi: TO JACKINS & MONTGOMERY.)
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
A General Assortment of
Magee Stoves and Eanges
The Best in tho market.
Piumblng goods of all kinds on hand. Job
work done in a workmanlike manner.
PLUPilEING, GAS FITTING, AND CANNERY WORK
Attended to Promptly on Reasonable Terms.
CJUESAJUS STKKET, Xcxt to C Ju Parker's Store.
THE FEW MODEL
RANGE CAN BE HAD IN AS
TORIA ONLY OF
E. R. BAWE8,
CALL AND EXAMINE IT, YOU
WILL BE PLEASED.
E.R.-HAWES Is also agent for the
Buck latent Coolinrr Stove
And other first-class stoves.
Furnace "Work, Steam Fit
.inSs. etc, a specialty-
A FUIiL STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND.
Two doors east of Occident Hotel. AbTOKIA, OKHUOtf.
J. QU9TAFS0N. A. JOCSOJT.
MARTIN OLSEN & CO.
FURNITURE Sh BEDDING.
Corner Main and Squeinoqna Streets. Astoria, Oreson. 4
WINDOW SHADES AHD TRIMMINGS; WALL PAPER3 ETC
A Complete Stock.
PRICES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD,
AIT. KIKIiS OF FUilNITUItE ILEPAIRED AISD VAR5ISHED.
West-Eighth Street Assessment.
NOTICE is hereby given that the assessment made by Ordinance No. 560 of
the Citv of Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon, and which Ordinance passed the
Common Council of said city on the lOtli day of October, 1883, and was approved
on the 11th day of October, 188.", for the proposed improvement of TVest-Eighth
street, in the Citv of Astoria, as laid out and recorded byJohnM.Shively,fromthe
south side ofwatcr street to the south side of Cedar street in the manner pro
vided hv Ordinance No. 507 of the City ot Astoria, and which Ordinance passed
the Common Council of said city on the 23d day of October, 1883, and was
approved on the 24th day of October. 1883, on each of the following described
lots fronting on said portion of saltl .street, is now payable at the office of the City
Treasurer in U.S. gold coin, and unless paid within live days from the expir
ation of this notice, viz: Thursday, November lo. 1883, the Common Council will
issue warrants for the collection thereof. The assessment is as follows :
? ? ? ? y s 2.
5, n; e
Same. oOtoner. t; u 2s g
" " .a' a j? 1 ?r
:: :' 3 :
i l ? a- F f !
Sisters of Charity 125 G iy 4 Jjll 50 S173 80 185 30
W W & Cr W Tarker 125 U 134 -3G2 50 190 70 2G2"20
.las W Welch
Mrs S F Wood I
John W Welch 5-125 1 135 62 50 62 50
D II Welch
frs Sllilerren j
By order of the Common Council.
Astoria, October 26, 1833.
T. S. JEWETT,
Auditor and Clark