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ASTORIA, OREGON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, J 887.
PRICE JblYE CENTS. VOL. XXIX,- NO. 59. 1- i BUSINESS CAKDS. JOBS H. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office, Room 4 and 5. over City Book Store. Gt . HOIiAND, attorney at law. Office in Kinney's Block, opposite City Hall, Astoria, Oregon. C W. FULTOH. 0. C FULTON FUK.TOX BBOTHERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kooms 5 and 6, Odd Fellows Building. C. R. THOMSON. Attorney at Law and Notary Public. Special attention given to practice In the U. a. Land Office, and the examination of land titles. A full set ot Abstract Books for Clatsop County in office. Money to loan. , Ofmck Rooms 4 and 5, over City Book Stoie. f ((.A.BOWLBY, attorney uad CeaHttellor at Law Mce on Chenamus Street, Astoria, Oregon P. O. WTXTOBI ATTORNEY AT LAW. Booms No. 11 and 12, Pythian C&stle Build ing. M rt . WATSON. Atty.at Law and Deputy Dist. Atty. All busjnwj before the U. S. Land Office a pect&Hy, -'"ASTOBIA, - - OBKQOIf. X C.HIJIiEY,D.I. 8. DENTIST. Is associated with DB. "LA tfOBCK, Booms 11 and 12 Odd FelloHsRuildlng, ASTORIA, - - OREGON. M MUf. DK. OWENS ADAIR. OBee and residence cor. Court and Olney streets. (Mrs. D. K. Warren's former resi dence.) HUI J.UUe trlTH to Women' DIi NtH ud JMatWM of Eye sad Ear. Oitick if ottos 10 to 12, 2 to 4. D MS. A. li. AND JT. A. FULTON. Pfejslcitms asd Surgeons. Office on Cass street, three doors south of Odk Fellow's building. Telephone No. 41. ' f AY TUTTIiE, M, D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offic Rooms 6 Pythian Building. Rbsidencb On Cedar Street, back of tit; Marrs Hospital. pvK.O.B.ESTES. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office : Gem Building, up stairs, Astoria, Oregon. TR. ALFRED KINNKV, .Office at Kinney's Cannery. WfU only attend patients at his office, and may do iouna mere at any nour. TR. FKANK PAGE, - - PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, - Opposite Telegraph Office, Astoria, Oregon. Q.ELO F. PAKKER, PURVEYOR OF CLATSOP- COUNTY Ux-Ctty Surveyor of Astoria CHBe: N. E. corner Cass and Astor streets, Room No. 8 Upstairs. Xobt, Collier, Deputy, K. SHAW. DENTIST. Booms In Allen's Building, up stairs, cor uer Cass and Squemoqua streets. Astoria 'Oeejoov .. " H. A. SMITH, HBF' DENTIST. Boons 1 and 2 'Pythian Building over u.P Hoopers store. rjt OS. JIAIK8. FASHIONABLE TAILOR. sood fit suaranteed. Cuanres Moderate Agptlo xior ine ueieoraieaJiousenoia sewing OTiupf opposite u. uyoopers. MILLINERY! Ltitt;tyle : : Lowest Prices BUHUUKI5e.I5 ALL ITS BfUXCffES. MRS. W. J. BARJtY, (Katon Carnahan's Former Establishment) :WPUHnSaiNVITKDTo"cAt,": And Exaaalne Goods. A Perfect System of - rDBiss FITTISG. Tone Up The System. TBYTH' NERVE FOOD, Manufactured and for Sale by. -XfeMftTWafers. Soda Water. Dally de- viierM"Ul.Wr;i tte CltyjOKwand Worn on Jefferson street, west ot Oass.-- SCROFULA I do not believe that Ayeris Sarsaparilla has an equal as a cure for Scrofulous Hu mors. It is pleasant to take, gives strength to the body, and pro" duces a more perma nent result than any medicine I ever used. E. Haines, North Lindale,X)bIo. I have used Ayer's Sarsaparilla, in my family, for Scrofula, and know, if it is taken faithfully it will thoroughly eradicate this terrible disease. W. F. Fowler, M. D., Greenville, Tenn. For forty years I havo suffered with Erysipelas. I havo tried various remedies for my complaint, hut found no relief until I commenced using Ayer's Sarsaparilla. After taking ten bot tles of this medicine I am completely cured. M. C. Amesbury, Rockport, Me. I have suffered, for years, from Catarrh, which was so severe that it destroyed my appetite and weak Humors, Erysipelas, Canker, and Catarrh, ened my system. Alter trying other remedies, without re lief, I began to take Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and, in a few months, was cured. Susan I. Cook, 909 Albany St., Boston, Mass. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is superior to any blood purifier that X ever tried. I have taken it for Scrofula, Canker, and Salt Rheum, and received much benefit from it. It is good, also, for a weak stomach. Millie Jane Peirce, 8. Bradford, Mass. tt Can be cured by purifying the blood with Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Prepared by Dt. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Ku. Price !; elx bottle, W HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS PARKER HOUSE. WM . AI.r.E. Prop'r. First Class in Every Respect. Free Coach to the House. CIIRI8. EVKXSOX. F. COOK. Evenson & Cook THE On the European Plan. LARGE CLEAN ROOMS, A FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT. Board by the Day, Week or Month. Private Rooms for Famine-, Etc. Transient Custom Solicited. Oysters, Fish, Meats, Etc., Cooked to Order, WATER St., Opp. Faard dfc Stokes A FIRST CLASS SALOON Run in connection with the Promises. The Best of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. Good Billiard Tables and Private Card Rooms. Wilson & Fisher Ship Chandlers HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE FARM IMPLEMENTS, Paints, Oils, and Varnish. LOGGERS' SUPPLIES. "PROVISIONS. AND MILL FEED AGENTS FOR SALEM PATENT ROLLER MILLS, Portland Boiler Mills, FAIRBANKS' SCALES. ASTORIA. OREGON. Are You Insured? J. O. Bozorth. Writes Insurance yoUcioalBeUable Fire Insurance companies' 'that, 'give Absolute Protection tn case -ot Fire; - ENTRAL HOTEL A VEEY NEAT LETTER Prom A Very Great Man. The letter containing the invita tion to Gladstone to attend the centenary celebration of the adop tion of the American constitution at Philadelphia was dated June 24. Gladstone was invited as a guest of the committee, and he was informed by tne gentleman who conveyed to him the invita tion that it was the only one sent to any person not an American cit izen or an accredited diplomat, the exception in his case being in- j tended as an expression or recog nition of historical ties which bound Great Britain and America before the Declaration of Inde pendence. He was also assured that be would be allowed to make whatever arrangements he pleased and would be entertained in America as no man has been since the visit of Gen. Lafayette. Gladstone on July 20 made re ply to the letter and assured the committee of the great honor he felt in receiving an invitation to the celebration of the centenary of the American constitution. His letter centinued: "The attractions of the invita tion are enhanced to me by the circumstance that I have always regarded that sonstitution as the most remarkable work known to modern times to have been pro duced by human intellect at a single stroke, so to speak, in its application to political affairs. The invitation is accompanied by every accessory that even American hospitality could devise. Had ? real option in the case 1 couid not but accept, but the limitation to my strength and time, and the incessant pressure of engagements make me know well that I have none to spare. So far as I can see, the whole small residue of activity at my command 'will be dedicated to nt great work at home. I regard the Irish question as the fnostr ur gent and the most fulr of prom ise of beneficial results to my country of any that I "have ever been engaged in. I ought, per haps, to add that, vfewing jealous ies, prevalent in England, it is doubtful whether they might not be stimulated were I to accept the distinction yoq, offer me, which is not less signal than undeserve.l. The first of these reasons, how ever, compels me to decline the most flattering proposal I have ever received. I shall watch with profound interest the pro ceedings of your celebration, when you will look back upon a cen tury of national advancement that is without a parallel in his tory, and look forward to its prob able continuance upon a still larger scale. That you and your children may be enabled by the help of the Almighty worthily to meet the accumulation of high duties and responsibilities, appor tioned to ever growing power, will be, I am confident, the pray er of your kinsmen here, who hope, nay, believe, that moral re lations between the several por tions of our race are widely des tined to acquire increasing har mony and closeness. Your obliged and faithful servant. "W. E. Gladstone. The Ohicago & Northwestern Stop3. New Yobk, Sept. 8. The Com mercial JSuUetin today says: "Construction on the Chicago & Northwestern railroad may be said to bare come to a decided standstill. President Albert Keep was recently in New York and had a conference with vice-president M. L. Sykes, at which it was de cided that the best plan for the Northwestern to adopt is to re tard, at least for the present, such active construction work as has been carried on during the -past year. ALWAYS SA7JC AND SUBE. It is safe to take Bkandbbth's Pills any timt, but to get the best results they should be taken on an empty stomach before going to bed. or' Constipation. or Dyspepsia-one or 'two taken every night will, in a short time, perform an absolute cure. It is welt to take a purgative at least once or twice a month; ai' a prevent ive of disease. Braxdeth'b Pills are entirely vegetable, and the safest and most effective' purgative ever in troduced, to. JbeubKc. They have beea -used in this country, for over fifty years. PACIFIC) .COUNTY ITEMS. (Journal.) Qot-arul cvneVq aero Wm. A. Car- ruthers and L.. w. "Walker were hunting on the JSemah, when thev made the discovery of a large tract of ooen bottom land, extend ing up stream, calculated to be extensive enougn to comioriaoiy hold twenty Jwiilies. The soil is extremelv rich and easily cleared of vine maple and alder. To some small colony -Ot aoout niceen or twenty families, this opportuni ty to settle in -a body upon land of such well KBOwn value wouia especially commend itself. As by a united effort much could be ac complished in -the way-of improve ments in a very biiurb spauc ui time. Last Fridav A. S. Bush, of Bay Center, had Geo. Prescott and J. V. Smith arrested on the charge of breaking into" and robbing his store Sunday night, and brought Deiore justice (rriavuiu uj. mia place. The examination took most of Friday and until baturaay noon, and the 'court conciuamg that there was aot sulhcient evi dence before it, caused the prison ers to be discharged. Geo. J. Moody prosecuted the case for the territory, and R. Kanaga defend ed Prescott and Smith. It is now thought that the real culprit be longs to Astoria and that he im mediately left the count'. Capt. Al. Stream, who is at the head of the new Steamboat com pany, is about ready to file articles of incorporation. I The object is to raise $20,000 vith stock vaj .upd at 250 a saare and a limit of one share to each snbscriber. It is calculated thajt the boat will cobt not to exceed $10,000. Capt. Stream wants to get every per son in the county, and especial ly those at all interested on the bay, to take some stock, and thus mflk'A ifc pjvrunni oiTiRPrn with avery onaixffeilhat they have an interest 111 u. a, very large pro portion of the stock has already been subscribed for. - Judge ATlyne failed to arrive last week within the prescribed six days and Saturday night clerk Wook adjourned the court sine ilie and Sundaymorning drew the orders for jurors, amounting to some S500, that they might leave for home. The fees of jurors, witnesses, sheriff and clerk will amount to fully $700. "Much dis appointment was felt at the non arrival of the judge. Since writ ing the above a letter has been received from judge Allyne, dated at Astoria Sept. o, announcing that he had been delayed three days by washouts, hence his late appearance. W. R. Marion is shipping 200 sacks of oysters every live days to San Francisco. He states that the demand exceeds the supply and that he could hip 30,000 sacks this year if they were to be had. The price paid is SO cents a basket, sacks furnished. Geo. W. Brown, of Bay Center, is also shipping about 25 sacks every steameT to San Franciseo. A Remedy for Kidney Complaint. uMy kidnoys were so affected I have been compelled to get up as much as ten times in one niqht. I had pains In my side, back and left shoulder, and when down could hardlv rise. I -was unable to bend ray body without great pain. I tried Simmons Liver Regulator and niv condition has improved so mucn mat 1 naraiy ever icel anv 01 old trouble." W. Johnson. Exp my ress iYHenr, Aiacon, uu. London, Sept. 8. The govern ment has assented to the granting of a subsidy ot Jbio.OOO yearly to the Canadian Pacific railway for carrying mails to and. from the east. Not a particle of quinine nor any mineral substance is contained in Ayer's Ague Cure yet it is a warranted specific for malaria. - A Philadelphia girl says, Real ly! a Boston girl, Ah! a Chicago girl, "Which! a Baltimore girl, Jn deedee! a Providence girl, He-owl a London girl, Fawncy! a Lead- villo frirl. "Whnf. nr trrn -,.",-. , ...w .--) . .w. ...v. you givin us?" iV. T. Journal. BHCklea's Arnica Salve. Tire Best Salve in the world for Cuts,Bruises,Sores,Ulcers,SaltRheumf Fever Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup tions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give gerfect satisfaction, or money refunded. rice25cent3"perbox. For sale byW. E Dement, crBS3?3 FAULTLESSFAMILYMEDIGINE "I have -used Simmons liver Regulator for many years, hav ing made It my only Pamll Medicine. My mother before me was very partial to It. It Is a safe, good and reliable medi cine for any disorder of tho system, and If used In time i& a great preventive of sicknetM. I often recommend It to my friends, and shall contlnne'to do so. "Rev. James M. Rollins, "Pastorir.E.Cbnrch, So.Fairfleld1To.M TIME AND DOCTORS' BILLS MlQiby qltcays keeping Simmon Liver Regulator in the house, "1 have found Simmons liver Regulator the best family med icine I ever -used for anything that may happen, have used It In Indigestion, Colic, -JHarrhoea, Biliousness, and found It to re lieve Immediately. After eat inga hearty supper, If, ongoing to bed, I tako about a teaspoon. ful, I never feel the effects of tho supper eaten. "OVID Q. SPARKS, "Ex-Mayor Macon, Ga." ONLy GENUINE Has our Z Stamp on front of Wrapper. J. H. Zeilin & Co., Soe Proprietors, Price, 81.00. PHELADEtPiriA. PA. A Proclamation! Dr. I. Gnylerls, Fulton, Ark., says: "A 3 car ago I had bilioiw fo or ; 'X ul ts Pills wore so highly rorvomuiendod thatl used them. evcr 1I1 uieiliriuu havo n happier effect. After a prartlcu of a quarter of a. century, 1 proclaim them tho best ANH-BHIQUS medicine ever used. I always pre scribe them In my practice." Ms Pil Cure all Bilious Diseases. SOLD EVERYWHERE. -AGENCY- fiT.ttn&Go. OF SAN FRANCISCO. Flavel's Wharf and Warehouse, Astoria Oregon. Cannery Supplies at Lowest Prices. Storage and Insurance at Current Hates. Banking Department Drafts on the leading Cities of the World JOHN E. McGOVERN, Ago. It. II. Coleman, Accountant, Willamette University. DEPARTMENTS. I-College of liberal arts. II Cohege of medicine. Dr. K. P. Fraser, dean. Ill College of law, Judge "Win. Ramsey, dean. IV Woman's college. Mrs. C. C.llawley, dean. V Conservator of music. Z. M, Panin. director. VI university academy. VII Art department, Miss Marie Craig, instructor. 360 Students. 400 Graduates. Thirty Teachers. T)nv hnard for voune men 81.50 ner week. Ladies' board in "Woman's college hall, ?2.50 wltn uniumisnea room. irst term De glns Septembers. Catalogues and informa tion sent free. Address TH0S. YXS SCOY, Preildent, Salem, Or. Magnus C. Crosby Dealer In HARD! ARE, H STEEL. Iron Pipe and Fittings, STOVES, TINWARE AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS SHEET LEAdTsTRIP- LEAD SHEET IRON, Tin and Copper. MURRAY & CO., GROCERS . And Dealers In Special Attention Given to Filling Of Orders. A FULL LINE CARRIED And Supplies furnished at Satis factory Terms. Purchases delivered In any part of. the city. Office and "Warehouse In Hume's New Building on Water Street. P. O. Box 153. .Telephone No. 37. ASTORIA. OREGON. Cannery Snrolies! School Began Monday I. L OSGOOD Has Just Received New Goods Df OYS' (12 TO 17) SCHOOL SUITS, ' BOYS' DRESS SUITS, Boys' (9 to 12) LONG PANTS SCHOOL SUITSBoys' (4 to 12) KNEE PANTS SCHOOL SUITS, Boys' KNEE PANTS DRESS SDITS, Boys' (3 to 6) IMPORTED (Ger-; man) JERSEY KNIT SUITS (Jacket, and Pant), CHILDREN'S (2'to 5j) JER SEYKhit KILT SUITS, Boys' SINGLE PANTS (l0tol7),Boys'SrNQLEJCNEE PANTS (4 to 12 years), .Boys' UN LAUNDRIED WHITE SHIRTS (sixes MEN'S .CLOTHING,. Furnishing Goods, Hats, I. I. OSGOOD, KINNEY'S BRICK BUILDING, ASTOBIA, OREGON. Opposite Rescue Our Immense New Slock Consisting of 4 CAR I.OADS of fine Artistic and Plain Furniture, Carpels, Qii Cioth3 Madras-Silk LACE AND PORTIERE CURTAINS, Dado Shades, &c, Has Arrived. These goods were purchased direct from Eastern Manufacturers and shipped before the recent advance in freight, tha benefits thereof we propose to share with our customers. Call and Soa Us. Established 1870 I. W. CASE,. PIONEER Bill, ODDFELLOWS' BUILDING. Does a General Banking Business Drafts Drawn Available In any part of tho World. . J. O. CLINTON DEALER IN CIGARS AND TOBACCO, FRUITS, NUTS, Candles. Smokers' Artloles, Etc. New Goods Received Daily, Opposite City Book Store. The New Model Range .CAN BE HAD JN.ASTORIA, ONLY OF IS. ' Ra JcXxL iflf JBiS-9 ' Agent. Call and Examine It ; You Will be Pleased. . R. Hawes Js also Agent for the Buck Patent Cooking Stove, AND DTHER FIRST CLASS STOV.B8. Furnace Work, Steam Fittings, Etc;., a Specialty. A Full Stack on Hand- ap 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. CoMi TinpUin Coin. FOR PORTLAND! Through Freight on Fast Time! THE HEy? EmWMM- Which has been sp'e&ally built-lor the.corafort passengers will teave WJlsos & Flaher'a Dock ererV Manday, Wednesday and Friday aj 6 A.N arriving ai.ftrtland at 1 P.M. Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A, IUC9UK uu niuiauMj ai vr nf im mitring "i'-" tyAn additional trip wlft ba-raade-onjmday rj&uric.l! at 9 eldc SasaycX-fiH&.v Paaseogsra by.tffla zo fnr HnnTifl nnrta. "" -1 . - Ufl tor Sound ports. jll&to 14) PURE LINEN FRONTS, CUFFS, etc., at $p cents. Boys' FANCY PERCALE SHIRTS, with Collars, etc.. at 73 cents. Boys' .NAY Y BLUE FLAN NEL OVERSHIRTS, Boys' FINE WOOL CLQTH OVERSHIRTS, with nicely PLAITED FRONTS for school (wear, Boys' UNDERWEAR, NECK ,WAlt, HOSIERY, Boys' HATS and .CAPS from 50 cents upward. Also JUST RECEIVED NEW GOODS IN Caps, Trunks and Valises. .Epgiiie House. 1 CHAS. HCILBOKN. GarnahaB. & Co. SUCCESSORS TO I. "W. CASE, IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Comer Chenamus ondjCass streets. ASTORIA OREGON Boat Building. JOE LEATHERS Is on deck and prepared to build boats that he will guarantee aa to work and dur ability. Refers to allwho hare used boats ot his construction, AIL work guaranteed . YifjriiiiaCiirar anfl ToBacco Store J. W. B0TT0H, Proprietor, Water Street, Two Doors East of Otaey Flie Clfars, Tofeaeew aid Saakers Articles, Sold at Lowest Market Bates. FRUITS. CANDIES. NOOTONS.&C STEAHER Ik arrWinf at-Astw-Ja at I P. M. 1-natA.cnanact at Kalarna TJfeoMV-Tw&ldeBtj i ? I