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VOL. XX1Y, NO. m.
ASTORIA, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, J 88.5.
PRICE. FIVE CENTS.
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UUSLNESS CARDS.
BKN. A. L. and .1. A. Fl'I.TOX
JIIi3iciaxis ami Snrj;'oiis.
Will ulve proinut attention to nil culls,
luun any part of the city or country.
Office over Allen's Store, corner C:i ami
Sniemo(u:i streets, Astoria, Oiegon.
Telephone No. 41.
8 R. PltAXZt PAK.
I'hyMlcIiiii nud .Suuseon.
tn.lee. UooniC, over 1). A. Mcintosh s stoic.
H kick Houks : -9 to 11 A. 31. ;-3 to a r. M.
Uesidence. opposite the Johansen building
D
K. XiOCKirAItT.
1'IIYSICIAN AND MJKGEOX.
OrKH-K : (Jem Rui'ding. up stalls AMona,
oieou.
....... A. DOItltlb. ".KO. NOI.AM)
SOLAS'!) & DOllZEES.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
It.r in Kiiiney'sJ Work. ii"lt- Cit
!.ill. Ato:ia. Oregon.
I W. Wl.TON .C.KL-.10X.
rn.ros BROTHERS.
TTOKNEVS AT LAW.
Koi.ms3.uid C.Odd Fellows Ktiiltliug.
I KI.O F. PAItttEll
It
SURVEYOR OF
'latop t:ounty and CJity of Astoria
Office :-N. E. corner C.iss and Astorstreets,
Itooui No. 8.
T O.. A. BOWIiBY.
l
Attorney and Counsellor r.t Ij:iw,
onlee on Glieiiainus .Street. Astoria. Oiegoii.
A V TITTTBiJi. 3E. I.
' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Rooms t, 2. and 3. Pythian Bmld-
Kk-sidf.nck-0ii Cedar Slieet. back of
St. Mary's Hospital.
t l HR'K.S. A. K. SHAW.
mens ct sis iiv.
DENTISTS.
Kooms to Allen's Building, up M.ilrs. cor
nrr Cass and Siiueinoqiiu stieots. Vstoria
oiegon.
1 . sz'ehuoetv,
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Seitrehorof TIUch, Abstracter anrt
Conveyancer.
Oltlee on Cass Street. 3 doors south or A
torian office, Astoria, Oregon.
BANKING AHD INSURANCE !
!. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ance Agent,
tsioRiA, - okekos.
OFFICE HOl'KS
I'roiii 9 o'clock A. M. until 3 oVhvk 1. M.
AHEAD OF ALL COMPETITORS!
Capitol Flour,
Manufactured on the Gradual Kcduetion
System by the
Salem (Or.) Capitol Flour Mills Co..
LIMITKll J
U the only flour that has taken First IVie
three y ears in succession at the
POIITIjA-XU 3IKCHAX1CS FA1K.
Alvo'at State Fair.
One trial is kiilllcieiit toeominee ol its supe
riority. e that the word CAPITOL ison each sack
GEOEGE.SHIEL. 8 Stalk St..
Portland Agent.
WILsON & FISHER. Astoiia Agents.
HAVE OTJ
AnyMi to Sell?
IX THE MATTER OF
Rags, Bottles, Old Metal,
or Junk of Any Sort,
FM k STOKES
Will give you the best price for it.
Do You Want to Buy
SHIP MATERIAL,
From a Belaying Pin to a Hawser ; from
Block to an Anchor.
You Can Get what You Want
at FOARD & STOKES.
Headouartei
Water Street.
Notice of -Assignment.
"XfbTJCE IS IIEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
131 whom It may concern that the under
signed has been appointed a!Sfgiieo of the
estate of M. D. Kant, an insolvent : and all
persons having claims against said insolvent,
are requested to present the same to the as
signee prqiierly verified at his office at P. A.
Stokes & Go's, In the cfty of Astoria, Clat
!op county, state of Oiegon, within three
months from this date.
PHILIP A. STOKES.
Astoria, Septembers, 18S5.
RedStar
TRADE Yl MARK.
Ibs6luchi
Free from Opiates, Nineties ami J'ou,ons.
A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURL
Tor Coucli, Pore Throat, IJanrvcac, Colt ,
Inaucuza, I.ronclilils Afthac, Croup, WLoa--IxiB
Coach, Qntmy, Palnn In Chert, onJ viU r
Sections cribs Throatsnd Lube
I'rloe 50 cents a bottle. Sold by DrasM en J
Dealers. J'arlles unable to imltwc their ifcnl r to
itrompily net it for them tall receive tiro b-tUes,
Vryre charges paid, by sending one dollii- io
TIIK (IIAHLES A. 10GELUI TOSrAM,
Sulc Ohxc.- and lUnnUrturt-.-.
Ilalllcjorr. J!arUad. l.S. A.
j.?; just yfnRz its name, implies ; z
Purely Vegetable' Compound, thai
acts directly upon the
curing
the many diseases inci
o that im.
portant organ, and
merons ailments t
ting the na
arise from its
deranged ortbi
etien, pucli as
Dyspepsias Jidice, Bflionsness
CosWnessVlVr2laria, Sick-Tieadache.
w K W
reumawbeta It is therefore
a-riisnMAr "Toliave Good Health
:he Liver must be kept in order."
DE. SAOTOBD'S II7EB IKYIGOEATOS
Invigorates the Liver, Eegulalea the Bow
sis, Strengthens the System, Puriflcs the
Blood . Assists D:estion, Prevents Fevers,
s a Household "iced. An Invahtahlc
Family ilediciuc for common complaints
EL EAHFORD'S LI7TB nrTIGOHATOS.
An experience cf Forty years, and Tun
sands cf Testimonials pro& its Merit.
FOIt RALE TIT ALT. DEALERS TX MEDICIXE3
For fall informi'ion f.cnd yoar addrcs for 10(
t-ToItook ou i!"o "Livtr aad it- dioars." tc
v imsovsa 2A xuam: tT.. sew yosxc nr37
Citation.
IN THE COrNTYCOUUT OF Til E STATE
of Oregon, for the count:, of Clatsop
In the matter of the E-tnt" if Hie minor
heir.- of .1. (I. Coo deceased.
Totlieuetof kin to BenJAiiiui (Vu and
Tony Coe. minor-., anil all nt tiers inteiested.
i.:"Mr. Lhz.ibeth Coe. IJeurj Ce. Mrs.
Clara Overton. Keuben Coe. Im Coe. Altred
Coe. Eh7a Coe. Mivet Coe. !.. W. WeVh
and 1). II. Wi lch, greeting :
In the uameof the.stateof Oregon. jnu ate
hereby cited and required to apf.eir in the
Count Court of the .Mate ol Oregon, for the
county of Clatsop, at the.-ouit room thereof,
at Astoria in the enmity of Cl.ilsitp mi Mon
daj the I'Cth day of October, iss;. at 'Z o'clock
in the afternoon of that day. then and I Here
to slum cause, if any. wlij alicniM' Miould
not tie unmted tor the sale of the two ninths
intere-t h? the folhe.Mii!! real estate, to-w it :
lots three ii and fount) in block tlihlvp))
of the town now eitv of Astoria as laid out
and recorded bv .John .McClure and the Do
nation Laud claim of .1. (J. Coe, ilece:ivil .
Said two ninths interest being the interests
of Henjiiniin Coe and Terry Coe. minor heirs
of .1. (J. Coe deceased.
Ordered that thU citation he puhlUhed in
ThkIaii. ASToiMAX, of Woria, Oregon
Witness :
C. A. MrCUlRE.
Judge or th Coimt CniU of the
u.s.l state of Oreson.foi "the countv of
Clatsop, wllh the .sen! of said e-nirt
affixed this 8th da of September,
A. 1. lSS"..
Atltt : C..1. TRENCH AIM).
Clerk.
Administratrix' Notice.
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.I YEN THAT THE
undersigned was on the 12th dav of
September, ltK. dulv npMiiutcd bv "the
Countv Court of the state of Oregon, enmity
ofOJatsop.adinniMratrivoflheeNtatcofEnc
MclIncdcc(Mst.il All persons having claims
against said csta'e ar hereliv uotilied to
present the -ame propeilv verified to me at
the office of the I. X. I., racking eoinpaiiv
at Astoria. Oiegon. within si nioiitb from
this date.
Mits. NAVII A LI A MLLINE.
Astoria. Oregon, Sept. ITtli. IhSu
Notice of Dissolution.
NOTICE IS IIEREUYClYENTflATTHE
partuerslii heretofore existing be
tween John Stephanson anil C. Carlson, un
der the firm name of Stephanson & Car son,
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. .J.
Stephanson retires from the business and C.
Carlson remains, and all uillsdue the firm
are to be paid to C. Carlson and lie will set
tle all claims against said firm. I will pay
no bills from this date unless coutnictc.1 on
my personal or written order.
C. OARI.SON.
Astoria. Oregon, Sept. 19th. 1RK.V
Notice.
IS HEREBY' (51 YEN THAT THE FIRM
of Hit Kiu & Co. is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. Wong Ying having bought
out Charlie Hoo anrt WongFawTew. Wong
"Ylug continues the business under the name
of Hie Kee. and pays all bills and collects all
moneys due the said Ann.
CHARLIE HOO,
WONOYIM1.
WONG KAW TEW.
Astoria, September 28th. 1SS3.
FOE RENT,
Four Rooms. Centrally Located
AND
SUITABLE FOIt HOUSEKEEPING.
APPLY AT ASTORIAN OFFICE.
fci.Uf.G''
INViGORSTOP
A MYSTERIOUS MAN.
From a Thread or so a Very Eye-Catch-Ing-
1'arn may be Span.
One cold morning nineteen years
ago, as the hack rolled into the Ger
man colony of Warthurg, Tenu., a
stranger stepped out, and, carrying
on his .shoulder a square box and
valise, approached the inn of the
place and asked for hoard and lodg
ing. He was eyed suspiciously on
account of his 'rough appearance,
saint baggage and nervous manner,
lie was taken in and given a room.
When he got inr-ide lie locked the
door .securely and fastened the win
dow shutters. What he did in the
room and what he came there for has
not been revealed to the people until
a stranger came through the place a
few days ago, after nineteen years of
companionship with him. lie occu
pied the loom and always locked it,
carrying the keys with him. After
being with the jieople some time he
was asked to participate in their
pleasures and asemblie. He gave
his name as Sinclair and would enter
tain them with marvelous tales of
travel and adventures, claiming to
have been a sea captain. He soon
became a gieat favorite with the co
ple, but his mysterious ways and
manners kept them away from him
somewhat. He was of a nervous
temperament and was always watch
ing for some one. When "the hack
would arrive he would always leave
the crowd until it had gone and the
passengers housed. His dress was
of the coarsest material. He wore his
beard long and a large hat with a
brim down over his eyes. The vil
lage gradually grew larger and new
arrivals were made daily. His anx
iety increased and he began to lead
the life of a recluse, and when he
came out would always listen and
never utter a word.
One of his peculiarities was to al
ways leave a party that began to dis
cuss the war. One day he became
almost crazy with fear and seemed
to be searching for something he
had lost. He was seen to have
dropped a paper, which was picked
up. In it was contained the account
of the assassination of Lincoln by
Booth. When he was asked what it
was he had lost he replied something
that interested him as much as his
life." The paper was afterward slip
ped near his door. When he discov
ered it the shock made him ill. lie
took to his bcdand was delirious for
several days. In his room wtis the
square box he had been seen to bring
with him. It was a desk. Of this
he raved in his wild delirium and
stated that in the drawers were dis
closures that would astonish the
whole country, but the keys wero
tried around his neck. He called the
names of Spangler", Harold, Atzerott,
Payne and Mudd, and said his name
was Booth. "When he got well and
was told of his wild talks he was
startled and denied ever having said
such words, lie lived afterward in
the same mysterious manner until
one day last week, when a gentleman
from Fredericksburg, Va., was pass
ing through the mountains with a
party inspecting the coal deposits, and
stopped at the hotel. Sinclair was
walking across the street when the
wind blew his hat off..
The gentleman who was standing
at a window uttered an exclamation
and said: "Heavens! can that be
Erastus Booth, the brother of J.
Wilkes Booth? The last time I saw
him was nineteen years ago in Wash
ington, during the excitement of the
assassination of Lincoln." The peo
ple gathered around to hear his story
of the last time he saw him, and to
tell of his mysterious coming nineteen
years ago. After listening to the two
narratives the conclusions were that
he was the man. The next day,
while out walking, Sinclair was pass
ing a partv, when one of the number
called: "Hello, Booth !" He stopped
suddenly, involuntarily turned his
head, caught himself and proceeded
on his walk. That night he quietly
stole away in the darkness with his
desk and baggage. I lis going was as
mysterious as his coming. He has
not been heard of since.
Medical Item.
Clifton JJiekelson. of AVano. Tpths.
has been studvint? medirino. for sev
eral years at New Orleans. He was
nome on a vacation not iong since.
His grandmother had a cold m Iter
head, and asked him to give her some
thing, but he neglected to do ao.
"inat'8 a pretty howdy do' said
the old lady indignantly." 'You liave
been studvinsr medicine for thro
years, and you can't prescribe for
your out granumotner wison she has
a cold."
"O. I can nrescrihn for von inr thn
same as if I had graduated, if that's
all you want; but it ain't going to do
you any good."
It is estimated that the total ox-
Kense incurred in the Inaugural cele
ration amounts to $43,000. Imagine
Jefferson, after riding up to the
Capitol on horseback, shngiog the
bridle over a paling and walking In
to be inaugurated, viewing in Jus sim
plicitv a bill of expenses footing up
$45,000.
The ten plagues of a newspaper
office are bores, poets, cranks, rats,
cockroaches, typographical errors,
exchange fiends, book canvassers,
delinquent subscribers, and the man
who always knows how to run the
paper better than the editor doc3
himself.
Rajs of Mirth.
Cut down The results of his first
j shave.
The literary man always has write
on his side.
A cologne bath is a sort of a penny
dip. It is one for a scent.
A man who makes money hand
over fist the prise-fighter.
Mormons ought to be good sailors
they have so much marry-time ex
perience. There's one line that every woman
delights to hang on the masculine.
"Alonzo" asks for a "cure for
love." Marriage, Alonzo, marriage.
The lay of the land in Montana is
very high. That is,eggs are there
quoted at ten cents each.
"Wero Solomon alive he might give
Sullivan some sound advice, such as
"Go to thy haunt, thou slug-hard."
It is said that there is a soft side to
every man. That's the reason a dude
is afraid to stand on his head.
People who go up in a balloon to
gether are generally conceded to be
considerally "taken up with one an
other." A good printer is a man of the high
est type. lie sticks to his case, and
makes it a rule never to be out of
sorts.
It is a very easy thing, even for the
most ignorant man, to be an author
of note if his name is worth anything.
"A man who never knows," says a
writer, "when an idea is going to
strike him." The same is true of
icicles.
As a title can now be bought in
Europe for $500 there is no reason
why any more American heiresses
should marry organ grinders.
"Is Mrs. Blank a very cold woman?",-
"I don't know; why do you ask?"
"Oh, because she always has an 'I
see' air about her."
Crabb Robinson says that Goethe
never had an affliction which he did
not turn into a poem. Some writers
never have a poem which they do not
turn into an affliction.
In Ceylon, the promise held out to
women to be good and act pretty, is
that in the happy hereafter they will
become men. No wonder the Ceylon
women are not remarkable for sweet
ness of temper.
iEsthetic philosophical lecturer to
his hearers: "People deride skepti
cism. Can you tell me vhat skepti
cism is?" Unterrified optimist, with
idiotic literalness: 'I suppose it is
denying a truth that you don'tbelieve
in favor of a lie that you can't be
lieve." "Yes," said pretty Miss Snooks, as
she came home from a party at 5 a.
m.., "I was determined to be the last
to leave. I hate that horrid Mrs.
Blinks sol was resolved she shouldn't
have the pleasure of slandering me
after I'd gone."
Joseph Cook says that in A. D.
2400 the population of the United
States will be 3,200,000,000. Those
of our readers who contemplate going
to the circus that year will do well to
purchase tickets at tho down-town
office and avoid the rush at the
wagon.
"Nurse," said a penitent "Western
miner, as he lay in the hospital after
an accident, "I'll never draw a revol
ver on a man again as long as I live."
The nurse expressed her pleasure in
this moral resolution, when fthe
patient went onto say: "Guess I'll
go for the galoot with a two-scatter
shoot-gun."
A Chicago critic revives the old
slander that "Henry Irving's legs are
poems." They may say what they
please about Henry's legs, but, un
like most poems, his feet are all right.
This is another mistake. One of
them must be left.
"Papa, didn't you Bay if I was a
good boy you would give me a cent?"
queried a 7-year old.
"Yes, my son," blandly replied
paterfamilias.
"Well, then," said young hopeful,
"couldn't you make it payable in ad
vance?" He got his cent.
"A scientific Frenchman says he
has discovered a new process of mak
ing artificial brains," said Mrs. Wig
glesworth, looking up from the paper
she was,reading. "Artificial brains !"
sniffed Mr. Wiggleworth scornfully ;
"that's just like those nonsensical
Frenchmen,always fooling away their
time making something artificial.
What I want is real brains none of
your make-believe nonsense." Mrs.
Wigglesworth, as she resumed her
paper, demurely murmured that she
had noticed it, too, but she never
should have dared to speak of it her
self. And Mr. Wigglesworth rubbed
his head in a dazed Jsort of fashion,
and wondered if he really had ex
pressed himself just as he" meant to.
"Uneasy lies the head that wears a
crown." So does the one belonging
to the man with a troublesome congh,
unless ho stops it bj- taking Bed Star
Cough Cure.
A Nasal Injector free with each
bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Keincdy
Price 50 cents. Sold by W.E. Dement.
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bron
chilis immediately relieved by Shiloh's
Cure. Sold by W. E. Dement.
For Dyspepsia andLiver Complaint,
you have a printed guarantee on every
Lottie of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never
fails to cure. Sold by W. E. Dement.
Smr.ou's Coke will immediately
relieve Croup, Whooping Cough, and
Brouchitis. Sold by W. E. Dement & Co
Helding: the Bride as Seoarlty.
One of the most novel marriages in
the history of Norwood took place
last week. The applicants were a
lady and gent of the ebony hue. The
young Justice of the Peace, who is
very conversant with the law, but a
little inexperienced in performing
marriage ceremonies, proceeded to
unite the happy pair. His face bore
marks of excitement, and, in a ner
vous tone, he bade the two join
hands. This they did, joining, how
ever, their left hands, and were made
one. The joyous couple, then pro
ceeded to depart, whereupon the fol
lowing conversation ensued :
J. P. Where's my fee ? You didn't
expect me to marry you for nothing,
did you?
Groom (excitedly) "W'y boss, I
ain't got a cent! How much do you
charge? I didn't know I had to pay
for marryin'."
J. P. "$2.50. I'll just keep your
wife here until you go and get the
amount." (At the sums time bidding
the blushing bride to take her seat.)
Groom. "Well, I'll try to got it."
Off he went to procure an order
from his employer, but, staying
rather long, the bride moved restless
ly toward the door.
"Take your seat," was heard in
solemn tones from the Justice of the
Peace.
She complied, but what Ker feel
ings must have been can't lie easily
described. However, the groom re
turned in due time, settled :ho hill
and took his "pawned" bndo bome
a wiser if not a better man.
Wasted Sympalliy.
Peter Osterhout is one of the most
rascally negroes in Galveston. He
was caught stealing poultry, and
brought up before the justice.
"The evidence," said the judge,
"shows that you stole the chickens
from Col. Jones' hen coup, and the
fine should be five dollars, but I'll
let you off this time."
"Who wants ter be let off?" ex
claimed the prisoner. "I steals my
chickens, and I pjys my fine, and
don't ask nuffin ob nobody. Du hoah
mixing up sentiment and bun am
what's ruinin' de kentry."
MARKETS.
WYATT & THOMPSON.
DEALERS IN
FRESH AND CURED MEATS,
CHOICE GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
Crockery and Glassware.
"Mill "Feed. "H3to,
STAR MARKET.
WHERRY & C0BIPANY,
Fresh and Cured Meats,
Vegetables,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEU
CIIKXA3IUS Street. Astoria, Osr.
Washington Market.
JInluMicct, Astoria, Orcgoa.
BEKGMAX A CO.PitOPIUETOKS
RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN
tlon of the public to the fact that the
above Market will always be supplied with a
FULL VARIETY AND BEST QUALITY.
op
FRESH AND CURED MEATS ! I
"Which will be sold at lowest rates, whole
sale and retail.
E57Snecial attention given to supplying
ships.
$67,000,000 Capital !
Liverpool and London and Globe
North British and Mercantile
Of London and Edinburgh.
Old Connecticut of Hartford
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
Fire Insurance Companies,
Representing a Capital of 867,000 OOO.
B. VAN DUSEN. Asent.
Notice of Administratrix.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned was on the 22nd day of
September 1B85 appoinUd administratrix of
the estate of O. D. xoang, deceased. All per
sons having claims against said estate are
hereby notified to present tho same, verified
as by law required, to mo at my residence
on John Day's River In Clatsop county, Or
egon, within six months from this date.
LUOY C. YOUNG,
Administratrix.
Astoria, Oreeon. September 29, 1835.
ri
ARBOUR'S:
liisli Fl
i
ax
HAVEN
GRAND PRIZE PARIS 1878.
TIIEV. HAVE BEEN AWARDED
HIGHER PRIZES
AT THE VARIOUS
International Expositions
THAN THE GOODS OF ANY OTHER
THREAD MANUFACTURERS
IN 1HE WORLD.
Quality can Always
Experiencett mm Use i Her !
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
5 1 7 and 5 1 9 Market Street. SAN FRANCISCO,
AGKXTO '0:t l'AUIFXC COAST.
Seine Twines, Rope and
The Telephone Saloon.
The Finest Establishment of
the Kind in Astoria.
Especially fitted up Tor the Comfort and
Convenience of those who enjoy a
Social (lla?s.
The Best or Wines and Liquors,
The Choicest Cigars.
Everything New and First-Class.
K. T JEFFREY. Prop"r.
Magnus C. Crosby
Dealer in
HARDWARE, UK, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
STOVES, TINWARE
AND
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
SHEET SROft,
'PiTi and Copper.
la Trans
Coliiii
FOR PORTLAND!
Through Freight on Fast Time I
THE NEW STEAMER
-TELEPHONE
Which has been specially built for the comfort of passengers will leave
Wilson & Fisher's Dock every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M.
Returning leaves Portland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
jyAn additional trip will be made on Sunday or Each "IVeefc, leaving Portland
at 9 O'clock Sunday Morning. Passengers bj this route connect at KaJUuaa
for Sound ports. v U. B. SCOTT, Presldentl
Threads
0 EQUAL !
be Depended on !
Netting Constantly on Hand.
The Gem Saloon.
The Popular Resort for Astorians.
For the
Finest of Wines and Liquors
Go to THE GEM SALOON.
ALEX. CAMPBELL. - - PROPRIETOR
J. H. D. GRAY.
Wholesale and retail dealer in.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME. SAND AND CEMENT.'
General Storage and "Wharfage on reason
able terms. Foot of Benton street, Astoria,
Oregon.
WM. EDGAR,
Dealer In
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Brier Pipes,
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
COKNER MAIN AND CHENAMUS ST3.
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