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VOL. XX. NO. 39.
ASTORIA, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 18-
PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
WHAT SOME L'.'iJUEKMEX ARE
DOING.
II k estimated thai 200.000,000 feci
off logs -Kill Ik? ui into Eitgie river.
Wi., tJti "winter.
The season's cut of lumber at La
Game, AVis., -will he alxml GS,000,000
feet, as compared Aviih 140,000,000 fool
for lust year.
NotwiMist.-tnding ihv low stage of
v4r at J2im Chiin Wis., the mills
swc dailv sawing a total amount of
1,166,000 feet of lumber.
The Sandy lliver Lumlercomjany,
of Elaine, is dimension and
Imnlwood in large volume to Cuba
and South America.
The "White liiver Jioomiiig com
!utv. at Whitehall. Miel... has Jiseort
1 the last lo of the 120;000,000 feet
which came in as the main drive.
John Dice, of Tliomastown, Alicli.,
ftlrnck a perfectly Round cedar limb
white digging a well, at a depth of
twelve feet, in a bed of solid graveL
Mclvinsic Brotliers A: Campbell, of
Jvirkland, Canada, have this season
.shipped away over 30,000 cedar tele
graph poles, "for the Western TJnioa
eonnmisy.
Complain I is made of tlie severe de
afcntcUon of oak tree in llelch
Hatchy valley, Nevada, by the Piute
Indians, who recklessly fell them to
get the acorns.
In the east veneers am in demand
in all sises. and large quantities for
buildiag purposes, and a great many
are nsod for the lops of sewing ma
chine boxes.
The N. Ludinglon comjaiiy, at iLar
inette. Wis., has gas in its mill, and
the experience is liial tite cosi is 50
IKSr cent. :iiove that of kerosene, and
tha light 100 Kr cenL Iieiter.
The Forest Pulp Mills at Yarmouth,
Me., are making extensive improve
monte. which emjiloy regularly 150
hands. For fibre 1000 cords of iop
Jar are annually consumed.
Walker & Brott, of Alimioajxriis,
Afinn.. have finally begun manufac
turing their patent saw-dust ami jieat
fuel. Tlie machinery for lhe purpose
is at worlc in Leigh ion's mill.
The tooth-pick factory at Harbor
Springs, Mich., which is being estab
lished by Cleveland, Ohio, capitalists,
will consume 20,000 cords of wood an
nuallv. The building will be 30x121
reet.
Dyer & Hughes, of Foxcroft, Me.,
manufacture annually 2000 cabinet
organs. The factories consume vear
ly 200,000 feet of pine, 100.000 feet of
bass wood, 100000 feci of walnut and
109,000 feet of veneer. .
Up to October 1st the total export
of forest products from Alpena, Midi..
Avas U1.2Gr.(Ktl) feet of lumber, 0.25)51.- i
000 shingles, -J.240,000 lath, 112,00uj
ties, 71.000 post, oG00 telegraph k1ch
and $180 cords of cedar.
Ilonry Poor & Son, of Boston, have
a tannery at Winn. Me., which an
nually consumes 7000 cords of bark,
one at Medway which consume 5500
cords, and one at Lowell that con
sumes $3500 cords.
L. n. Dnrelly & Co., Foxcroft, Me.,
consume annually 2500 cords of birch
in the manufacture or sjools, the esti
mated value of (lie resulting product
being $10,000. In the factory thirty
hands are employed.
TI. O. Sykes, or Boston county,
Miss., is said to have recently felled a
tree from which he made 1G;K) feet of
lumber, 158 rails and . six cords of
wood, and enough of the tree was still
left to construct a lish story.
C. Iv. Dntton has a big turpentine
farm near Live Oak, Fla. It embraces
1S,000 acres of pine timber, uMn
which five stills are operated, employ
ing 250 hands, 42 mules and six
horses. Tlie annual product of this
farm is estimated at 175,000 gallons
of turpentine and 3-1.000 barrels of
rosin.
Gilmonr & Co., of Trenton, Onl.,
have this season increased the capac
ity of their mills one-third, and have
creeled a number of dwellings for
their employes. The firm lceeiw two
locomotives and 300 cars in service
For handling and shipping lumber.
There are S0.000.OIX) feet of lumber
piled in the yards.
Bell & Hickey, or Ottawa, Out,
have sold timber limits on Montreal
river, a tributary to the Ottawa, 300
miles above Ottawa, covering an area
of 101 square miles. The considera
tion was $55,000. The limits include
what is called the finest lumber farm,
as the Provincial phrase goes, in the
whole Ottawa district
A sale of timber limits in the Geor
gian Bay, in Canada, belonging io
.James McLaren and others, on Octo
ber 18th, resulted as follows: Limit
4S sold for $20,000 to Thomas IConnev,
and also limit 5G for $30,000; limit (53
to .lames Worthinglon for $24,500;
limit fii to Thomas Kenney for $5200;
limit 72 io James Worthington for
$15,000, The sales in all amounted to
$110,000.
Fix&atsox Akudsted. Yomig Fin
layson, who killed his grandmother
near Albany, on the 'M, was arrested
Tuesday last m Wasco county and
brought to Portland Ho says that
on the afternoon of the 3d, shortly
artor his grandfather went away his
grandmother iold him he had better
go out io plow. He did not feel well
nnu aid not wish to go, nnu some
words ensued, when die hit him with
:i small stick of stove wood she had
in hor hand. The blow did not hurl
him much, but angered him, and as
she stooped to put the stick in the
stovo he struck her on the back of the
head with an ax. She was dazed by
the blow, but staggered into her bed
Tooin. He followed her and took a
knife lying on a table, and stabbed
her a number of times. When he had
done, she told him to say good-by for
her to all her friends. She then asked
for a drink of water, which he
brought, and after taking some she
ceased to breathe. He then covered
her with the bed clothes, and after
taking a few dollars in money, he
left.
If you don't want to freeze when
it s cold; suffer from excessive per
spiration when it's warm use Brown's
:lroa Bitters.
NEWS OK THE NORTHWEST.
Seventy men have been discharged
from the Northern Pacific shops at
New Tacoma by orders from the East
The Bellingham Bay Railway and
Navigation Company's surveyors, in
charge of Chief Engineer Sheets, are
locating the line through Whatcom.
There are now four stave camps in
operation on Samish slough. The
staves are being made for the San
Juan lime kilns. They bring $1.50
per thousand.
Last Monday morning 125 laborers
at Portland were discharged from the
employ of the N. P. railroad com
pany. It is said their places will be
filled by Chinamen.
Last Saturday afternoon smoke
was distinctly seen to rise from the
south side of Mount Hood. The
smoke did not rise in a continuous
column, but came in puffs.
On board the ship llttfiard III at
Seattle, is a mallard duck which
alighted on the deck while the vessel
was on her voyage up from San Fran
cisco, ond has since remained on the
ship.
Capt. Montford, in charge of the
coal bunkers at Tacoma, reports
that on Monday last the ship Aia.slui
was loaded with 1,500 tons of coal in
nine hours, and the loading of her
entire cargo -2100 tons was com
pleted in seventeen liours.
The Poit Townsend Aran tells
this remarkable story: Mr. Frederick
Crosier, .a well known and reliable
citizen of Clallam county, avers that
he caught a silver salmon in lhe Dun
geness river the oilier day that had
concealed among its ''inwards'' a $20
gold piece made in 38S0.
There will very probably be a dis
pute between Shoshone and Kootnai
counties as to which county the new
mines arc located in. It seems that
the mines are located on the summit
of the Ctuur d'AIeno range of moiui
tains and that forms the boundray be
tween the two counties..
The Spokane Falls Chronicle says:
The train of Walla Walla wheat
which was sent as a test to Minneap
olis has proved lo be too soft in its
quality for Minnesota mills, and was
sent to Duluth to be sold in Eastern
markets. The Minneapolis millers
are accustomed to hard wheat, hence
the experiment of marketing Walla
Walla wheat in that locality is a fail
ure The Ogden Pilot claims io have
it from good authority that the Union
Pacific directors and managers have
in view making the inspection just
completed of the Oregon 'Short Line
the idea of constructing feeders to it
at various points. After construct
ing GO miles or more of lhe main line
it is thougnt io be the intention of
the managers io commence the build
ing of three branches of feeders and
run them lo all important places in
the adjacent country.
Mrs. M. E. Ziglar created quite a
sensation at the Yillard House Fri
day night, says the Pendleton Hast
( fixon tan, by stealing her child from
its father. The parents have been
separated since June last, the father
retaining the child (a ixy of about
five years) and the mother going lo
Portland, where she has been a wait
ress m restaurants. She came upon
the train Tuesday last, and Wednes
dav visited a farm a short distance
from this city where the child was
kept, and made its keeiier promise to
send it to see her yesterday. In the
evening Mr. Ziglar brought the boy
to the hotel, and just after dinner
Mrs. Ziglar enticed him up stairs
while its father was settling his bill,
and mother and boy disappeared.
Ziglar spent the night in fruitless
search, only to learn that mother and
child were provided with a private
conveyance by which they fled early
m the evening for Washington Terri
tory. The scheme was a bold one
and most successfully carried to com
pletion. The llosebnrg, Oregon, Plain-
ltaki says: The number of China
men passing through here from the
front during the past week has caus
ed no little comment We learn from
good authority that when their jobs
are done thev are discharged and
that preparations will soon be sus
pended. The O. & C. IX. B. Co, will
finish the road ns far south as Ash
land and will then discharge all their
employes except llios at work on
the tunnels. It is expected that
regular trains will run to Grant's
pass by December tlie 1st, A large
force of Iracklavers will be organized
in about a month under the super
vision of Mr. Waite and will lay track
to a point about four nines north of
Ashland, where the supply station
will 1k established. It will take
some time, but the work will be
pushed forward rapidly. From pres
ent appearances it would seem that
Yillard was running short of money
and likely to suspend construction
at any time. However, we hope that
this is not the case and that we will
have through communication by rail
with ban Francisco before lobo.
IVolicc lo the F,utlics.
Switches made from combings or cut
hair; new switches made to order from
the best imported hair, in any shade de
sired. Old switches repaired. All
work warranted. Rates reasonable.
Call or address
UlILKXIIAKT & SCJIOEKHK.
Occident hair dressing saloon, Astoria,
Oregon.
llAMl'S JIOXEV OV HORKIIOUXX) AND
Tai: charms away a cough, cold, or in
fluenza without any bad effect.
Puck's Toothache Ditors cure in
one minute.
Shiloh's Cukk will immediately
relieve Croup, whooping cough and
Bronchitis. Sold by W. & Dement
Why will you cougli when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
10 ctsSOctsandSl. Sold by W.E. De
ment. All the natent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the choicest
Eerlumery, ami toilet articles, etccan
e bought at the lowest prices, at .1. W.
Conn's drug store, opposite OcMden
betel, Astoria.
"llncfcmctack," a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price 25 aud CO cents.
Sold by W- H. Dement
jii lie i pH
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel o
purity. t reu;nh anil wlialesomeness. Jlore
economical than tin- ordinary kinds, aud
cannot bf sold in competition vrith tlio mul
titude of low test short weight, alum or
phosphate powdori. Soldmily f wins. Kov
ax. Hakim: Powdkk Co.. 1W Wall-it. N. V.
Wilson & Fisher,
SHIP CHANDLERS.
PKAI.KKS IN
Iron, Sieel, Coal, Anchors, Chains,
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
NAILS AND SPIKES,
Shelf Hardware, Painl3 and Oils
STEAM PACKING.
PROVISIONS.
Fr.oxrn axi mirx fkei.
Agents for Salem Flouring Mills,
ana Capital Flour.
FAIRBANKS STANDARD
SCALES.
Allsizes, at Poitland Prices in Stock.
Corner Chenamus and Hamilton StreeLi
ASTOKI A, OREGON.
LOBB & CO.
.101SUF.KS IN
WINES.
LIQUOKS,
AM
CIGAR!?.
ACKNTS I'Olt THE
Best San Francisco Houses and
Eastern Distilleries.
Tumblers Decanters, and All
Kinds of Saloon Supplies.
J2?A11 goods sold at San Francisco Prices.
MAIN STIIEET.
Opiate Parker nouse, Astoria. reon.
&ITTEBS
There has never been an instance in which
this sterling invfgorant and anti-febril medi
cine has failed to ward off the complaint.
when taken duly as a protection againn
malaria. Hundreds of Dhrsicians hnvo aban
doned nil the officinal snecifics. and now nrc-
senbo mis narmicsi vegetable tonic lor emus
and fever, ar well as dyspepsia and nervous
affection, llostetter's Bitters is tbo specific
you need.
r or sale by all Druggists and JJcalers
generally.
Wl, EDGAR,
Dealer in
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Brier Pipes,
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
Leinenweber & Co.,
C I.RIKNWKBKB. H. BHOWJi
ESTABLISHED 1SG5.
ASTORIA. OREGON,
TAMERS AND CUBBIES,
Manufacturers and Importers of
LI. KINDS OF
AND FINDINGS
Wholesale Dealers In
OIL AND TALLOW.
s-JIlhest cash price paid lor Hides and
xauow.
i lOTELS AUD BESTA U KA NTS-.
PARKER HOUSE.
13, Si. IWItKUK. Troj
ASTORIA. - OREGON
E. P. PAKKER. - tUnnngerauri Asni.
AI.CItOSP.Y, - - Day Clerk
Phil. BOWERS, - - Night Cleik.
Jas. DUFFY" has thePirandP.llli:irUrooiu.
Pirst Class in all Heapects.
FKEF. COACH TO THE HOl'SK.
IT IS A FACT
THAT
JEFF'S' CHOP HOUSE
ox
Concomly Street is the Best in
Town.
THAT
H? 1ms Always tin 5 In ml FIlf-ISH
SIiohI "Water Bnj- ami Kast
cra Oysiers.
THAT
"JEFF?? IS THE BOSS CATERER.
THAT
lie has been Proprietor r the "Aurora
Hotel" In Knappton cTrn yrnr.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
A New Departure.
At Frank Fahie's, Is dally set a
TABLE D'HOTE from 6 to 7:30 P M
At which
A FINE FRENCH DINNER,
With Half a Bottle Wine
AVI 1 1 he furntHltecl for .10 cents.
Hoard by the Month, - S2. to S30
1-oJtiIiiE m he procured hv the day.
week or month. My establishment Is fitted
newly throughout, and everything main
tained in the best style.
A Good Cup of Coffee
AND OYSTERS.
MRS. POWELL HAS OPENED AN OYS
terstand and Codec House on Main
street next to the Oregon liakr ry.
Every attention paid to patrons.
COSMOPOLITAN
Chop House and Restaurant.
OPEN DAY AND NKJI1T.
nseuls sJ." oeniH and upwards.
O. BOUliAKI.
jiai.y STitF.rrr.
Proprietor.
- - ASTORIA.
THE BEST
Boarding and Lodging House.
Chris. Wnllhiun has owned a boarding nd
lodging house south of o'Rrh-n's hotel, near
the gas works.
Tlie table Is supplied with lhe best the
market alTords : giKl food and clean beds
will be furnished at the regular prices.
(ilve nu a call anil satisir yourselves,
CHAS. WLLMA2f.
Astoria Sestaurant
EDWARD YOUNG
Am. ounces to the public that he has located
In the rooms formerly occupied by tlie City
Rook Store, where he will keep a
Restaurant aiii Clou House
Furnishing ineuls to ordor at all Iiours.
His natrons will find the tables supplied
with ten or twelve or the best newspainiry.
His reputation as former proprietor of the
New EiiL'iand Restaurant is a snfflrient
recommendation for his new house.
California Exchange
The best of California and Foreign
Wines and Liquors
Kept Constantly on Hand
Domestic aud Forelsu Clears of
the bent II rands.
NATIONAL BREWERY BEER.
On Concomly between Renton and Iifa-
yette streets.
lm GEORGE CORLIER.
S. AHNDT & FERCIiEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON
The Pioneer Machine Shop
BLACKSMITH
811 op4
Boiler Shop
All kiuds of
ENGINE, CANNERY,
AND
STEAMBOAT WORK
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
CANNERY DIES,
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
BUSINESS CARDS.
Q K. THOMSON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
noom Xo. c, over White House,
ASTOHIA. OREGON.
.1.
xat. minso.v.
Attorney at Law, and. .Votary
Public.
Odd Fellows Building, Astoria, Oregon,
c. vr. fcltox. a. c fcltox.
Fiirrox ur others,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Kooins 5 and C. Odd Fellows Uuildlnff.
i.A. UOVTX.IXY.
" ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ChenanuB treet. - - ASTORIA. ORECON
C. K -1
:. yi eACJIlt AX,
Altornej at F.aw.
Room 4, Whye House.
Q .J.CUKTI.
ATT'V AT liAW.
Notary Public, Commissioner of Deeds for
California, New York and Washington Ter
ritory. Rooms 3 aud 4, Odd Fellows Building, As
toria, Oregon.
N. B.-Claims at Washington. D. C, and
collections aspeclalty.
V. ALLKX ,
Astoria Agent
Hamburg-Magdeburg
and German-American
FIRE INSURANCE COJIPANIES.
Jg C. IIOI-DKX.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND IN
SURANCE AGENT.
Q.KLO V. PAIIKKR.
SURVEYOR OF
C'latxop Couuty.and City of Astoria
OlUce :-ChenamiLS street, Y. M. C. A. hall
Room No. 8.
jytl. X. C. BOAT2IAX.
Physician and Surgeon.
Rooms o and to. Odd Fellows Building,
ASTORIA, OREGON.
J"AY TUTTLK. 31. J.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Ofkick Rooms 1,2. and 3. Fythian Build
ing.
Rksidknce Over J." E. Thomas' Drus
Store.
jfji f. men.
HENT1ST,
ASTORIA. - - - OREGON
Rooms in Allvu's buildlnc up stairs, corner
of Cass aud Suemocqhe stret .
JK. .1. LnFOltCE,
IEXTIST,
Room 11, Odd Fellows Building, Astoria, Or.
G;is administered for painless extraction
of teeth.
MUSIC.
PUOF. T. F. MEl'EB.
Graduate of Heidelberg University.
Piano Tcnclier.
GENERAL STEAMSHIP AGENCY.
Biiis of Exchange on any
Part oi Europe.
I A.M AGENT FOR TIE FOLLOWING
X fl known and commodious steamship
lues. .
STATE LINE. RED STAP..
WHITE STAR.
HAMBURG-AMER ICAN,
DOMINION LINE,
NATIONAL, and AMERICAN LINE.
Prepaid tickets toorfromauy European
port.
For full Information as to rates of fare,
sailing days, etc, apply to
1. (Y.UASt.
OKO. I WHKKI.KU.
W. L. ROBB.
Notary Public.
WHEELER & KOBB.
OEXEISAL
Seal Estate I Insurance Aients.
We have very desirable property in As
toria and Upper Astoria for sale. Also, One
farms throughout the county.
Accounts carctuiiy adjusted ana collec
tions made.
We represent the
Koyal, Xorwleh" Union akI Lanca
Hhlre InHnraiicc Co'm.,
Wlh a combined capital of S30,000,000.
THK
Travelers Life and Accident Insur
ance Co, or Hartford, and the Man
hattan Ijlfe. Insurance Co.,
of New York.
We are acents for the Daily and Weekly
Xorthitxslfieics, and the Oregon Videlle.
All business entrusted to our care will re
ccive prompt attention.
CiH. BAIN & CO.
Doors, Windows, Blinds, Transoms
Turning, Bracket Work.
4S1X03P w oris.
A specialty, and all -work guaranteed.
Oak, Ash, Bay, and Walnut lumber ; Ore
gon and Port Orford. Cedar.
All kinds of boat material on hand.
C H. BAIX & CO.
I Lead but Newer Follow !
Is herewith declared. From and after the 1st o November all News
papers and Periodicals will be sold at the following prices:
5 Cents
Fireside Companion, N. Y. Weekly Ledger, Saturday Night,
Arm Chair, Family Story Paper, Boys of New York, "Weeks Doings,
Texas Siftings, S. F. Chronicle, Call, Orcgonian, News and Astorian,
etc., etc.
8 CIS.. 3 for 25
Police Gazette, Police News.
Judge, Harper's Bazaar and Weekly, Leslies Weekly and Chimney
Uorner, Argonaut, and many others.
I have printed tickets for those papers to make exact change.
Back numbers always on hand.
r Onn-fo I-eslie's Popular Monthly,
VCiiia, Young Ladies Journal, etc.
30 CeiltS. Harper's Monthly, etc.
Having made arrangements with all publishers I am enabled to
give the public a benefit of the above named reductions 1 have also
REDUCED the price for Subscriptions, which will be as follows:
Harper's Weekly, per year
" Bazaar, "
Monthly "
All three for
Leslie's Weekly, per year
Leslie's Chimney Corner, per year
" ropular Monthly "
Fireside Companion
New York Ledger
Saturday Night
Family Story Paper
Arm Chair
S. F. Argonant
Puck
your time to subscribe for the coming year. Remember Carl Adler's
ouDscnption xsews uepot.
ADLER STILL HOLDS
All the following flue cloth bound Books
.o cenis. xriiKjtn jtuiwer vy"on i-aiiipueii, speaeer. Jieini
and many, many more.
Fine line of Novels and Giftliooks. rich
Tom Brown's School Days, Tour of the Worhl.'The Fur Country, Five Weeks in a Balloon,
Anderson's Fairy Tales, Arabian Nishts. YmuiK Crusoe, Talcs from Shakespeare, Don
LOW PS.ICSS.
Every article of my new. Hue selected itodc will be sold at prices that will DEFY
all coaii'ETrriox.
Books. Stationeri". and Notions In endless
Watches. Clocks and Jewelry, icodcer Bros.
Castors, Cups, Tea Sets, etc, etc., will be sold
PIANOS AND ORGANS of the best
InBtallmcntH.
3IOSICAL INSTRUMENTS of every description. Sbeet AIilsIc and Music Instructors
of the latest publications. 100 new Music Books just received from the East.
fTIrfXTQ I The finest assortment of Toys, Wagons. Velocipedes. Baby Carriages,
JL J JLiu I Qic, etc., can only be found at Adler's well known Crystal Palace.
Enabled by many years of experience I
will suit young and old.
I moan to do a square, honest business, giving full value for every dime received.
Polite clerks will be found in attendance and no trouble to show goods.
JIEIUKUBER I WILL XOT BS U.YXIUlSOLT.
The Crystal Palace.
Carl Aciler,
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
BKOTOK gTKEET, NEAK PAKKRR HOUSE,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
BOILER MAKERS.
LAND ana IAEIE ENGINES
BoilerWork, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. Of all Descriptions made to Order
at Short Notice.
A. D. Was 3, President.
J. G. HcsTwnt, Secretary,
I. W. Case, Treasurer.
J OHN"Fox,Superintendent.
Eaeii,
Cts., 1 3 for $ 1 .00.
Illustrated Times, Puck, Wasp, and
3.75 not -H 00
3.75 4.00
3.50 4.00
10.00 12.00
3.75 4.00
3.75 4-.00
2.S5 " 3.00
2.75 " 3.00
2.75 3.00
2.75 3.00
2.75 " 3.00
2.75 3.00
3.75 4.00
4.50 " 5.00
rates. Now is
.
,
,
,
FORT !
gilt edge, Ked Line edition, formerly $1.50 at
llemaus, Tennyson, Hood.
- v bound. iornierlv SUM now onliT3 cents.
variety. A fine display of Gold and Sliver
Silverware, as Knives. Forks and Snoous.
cheuier than anywhere else.
makers very Low for Castli. or on Easy
succeeded in selecting a stock of i:oods which
Proprietor.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Dealers In
LUMBER,
KAY,
GRAIrJ,
POTATOES,
AND
OOUiYTRT -PRODUCE.
Advances made on Consignments.
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