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ASTORIA. OREGON:
FRIDAY JPLY 27. 1S88.
There is a rumor in London that
a woman is at the bottom 'of Parnoll's
prosecution, and the Times bas ob
tained from bar all its information.
There is a belief that she forged the
Parnell letter.
WnBJT millions of grasshoppers ap
peared near St Paul, Minn., threaten
ing the total destruction of crops, a
reward of a SI a bushel was offered
for their arrest and detention. This
is an instance where a glut in the
market enhances the price.
Tnc Czar of Russia is a great fish
erman, and he has just bought in Fin
land a tract of land with a river
swarming with salmon. His imper
ial wife is also a fair fly caster, and
can manage a wicked fish with ease
and grace. But the Czar never caught
shad at Astoria.
TnE San Francisco Examiner says
wherever you find a man who is
profiting by a trust that is skinning
the people, you will find a man who
is supporting Harrison and Morton.
This is the first intimation we've had
that senator standard oil Payne of
Ohio, was supporting the Republican
nominees.
The thing needful to be understood
is that this is a country in which a
man is perfectly free to aid in making
the law, perfectly free to obey it, per
fectly free to depart to other coun
tries, and perfectly certain to be pun
ished if he choose to stay here and
disobey the law. That is the lesson
that needs learning just now.
Congressman Beckinridge, Demo
crat, speaking of the campaign just
opening, says: "Each side realizes
the fact that this is to be a fight of
principle, not stinging declarations.
If we are defeated it will mean that
the mass of the people prefer high
taxes. If we win it will mean tha tthe
Mills' bill as a preliminary step to
free trade is all right It is a victory
or a "Waterloo for the Republicans; it
it is a victory or a twenty years set
back for us."
Admitting for argument's sake
that the sugar duty is protective, the
people are taxed 60,000,000 a year
upon a necessity in order to "protect"
an industry whose total annual pro
duct is $6,000,000. And it is not a
new industry which promises a vast
growth under the the tariff and great
benefits in the future, but both it and
the duty are old, and the product of
the article is scarcely half what it was
thirty years ago, although the con
sumption of it has immensely in
creased. The people could better
afford to have sugar put upon the
free list and give them as a gratuity,
S6,000,000 a year to maintain the plant
ers in splendid idleness. If wo accept
the theory that unnecessary taxation is
simple robbery, the people would save
over 350.000,000 by this transaction
and avoid the dangers of the surplus.
Last Tuesday was "pardoning day"
with Gov. Peunoyer, and he com
muted the sentences of two peniten
tiary prisoners. One of the cases is,
let us hope, an unusual one. It was
that of one John M. Culp, who was
sentenced on December 14th, 1884,
by tha circuit court for Douglas
county to serve a sentence of twelve
years for manslaughter. And now,
when nearly four yejirs of the sen
tence is served, the leading witness
whose testimony sent Culp to prison,
comas forward and makes affidavit
that he "testified falsely." It cer
taiuly seems that even the modified,
lax style of "justice" that we adminis
ter here should take cognizance of this
matter and put this creature in 'his
victim's place in the penitentiary for
at least the same time that the un
fortunate Culp had already served.
Culp evidently was not cnlpable.
Some years ago a musical enter
tainment of some note was given iu
the city of Raleigh, North Carolina.
The Biblicnl Recorder, then bril
liantly edited by brother John H.
Mills, sharply criticised the perform
ance. The musical director, we be
lieve, undertook tho perilous task of
replying to brother Mills in the Re
corder, and, in the course of his re
ply, said that the music was better
than the editor could have produced.
The editorial rejoinder was crushing:
"Our correspondent's statement is
true but irrelevant All the grocers
in Raleigh could not together produce
one egg; but there is not a grocer of
them who is not a bettor judge of
ggs than any hen iu Wake county."
This has always struck ns as one of
the keenest, neatest and most exhaus
tive repartees that we ever read.
ADVICE TO 3IOTIIKKS.
Mrs. Wixslow's Soothixo Syrup
should always be sed for children
teething. It soothes the child, Kftens
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind
oholic, and is the best remedy for diar-Tioea.Twenty-fire
cents a bottle.
APEE8IDENTIALTEIP.
A Mystery In a Small Chicago Hotel.
(SrECIAL TO TUB ASTOBIAK.)
Stapleton, New Jersey, July 20.
Joseph F. Stickney'a steam yacht Si is
quehanna left this morning for
Adams express Co's pier Jersey city,
where president Cleveland and wife,
were to board her, for a four days
cruise as guests of Mr. Stickney.
The trim yacht was covered with
bunting from stem to stern, great se
crecy was observed, about tho presi
dent's plans. Tho employes of the
White house are under special in
structions to say nothing on the
subject From other sources how
ever it was learned that the president
and postmaster-general would take a
short yachting trip from New York,
in company with a few friends who
would join them at this city.
Tho trip would last two or three
days. The president said before leav-
ing that he would be at the "WhiteH
house again on Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Cleveland and Mrs. Folsom were
to leave the party at New York and
continue on to Marion, Mass.. where
they remain several days, probably as
guests of Mr. Gilder, the editor of the
venwry magazine. Secretary Whit
ney intended to have accompanied
the president but gave up the trip at
the last moment.
WAS IT SUICIDE?
Chicago, July 2G, Robert Hender
son, Silver City, Idaho, said to be a
millionaire, was found this morning
in a room at a little hotel called the
Ogden House, unconscious and
barely alive. The gas in the room
had been blown ont instead of turned
off. It was first thought that Hen
derBon had climbed on a chair and
extinguished the light in the primi
tive way absent-mindedly or because
he was (intoxicated. The fact how
ever, that a man of so much wealth
as Henderson was represented to
possess, should put up at a compara
tively inferior out-of-the-way place,
created suspicion. Then it was stated
that Henderson was himself the pro
prietor of alarge well appointed hotel
and would be extremely unlikely to
unthinkingly blow out the gas. The
ories or foul play and attempted sui
cide are evolved. Henderson re
mained in a comato?e state for hours,
notwithstanding the efforts of tho
physicians, and nothing could be
learned from him. The doctors arc
unable to say whether or not he
would recover.
THE PRESIDENTIAL PARTS'.
Washington, July 26. President
Cleveland, left this morning by rail
for Now York; ho was accompanied by
Mrs. Cleveland, Mrs. Folsom, and
Col. Lamont.
The Bustle Banished.
"Tlie nso and fall of the bustle is
far more interesting to women of the
present day than any topic that can
be discussed," said the head of tho
dressmaking department of a large
store in this city on Saturday. "My.
now tne bustle did rise. It grew like
a watermelon under a hot summer
sun. Indeed it was beginning to be
a question as to
Which is tho bnst!e,
And which w the girl?
as lien. Knickerbocker used to siug
in his topical song in the Littlo Ty
coon. But the bird cage is doomed.
It must go. Dolly Yardens went,
Gainsborough hats wont, and so does
everything of that sort. People are
continually panting for something
new. Tho bustle had its uses. It
gave the thin girls an air of seeming
stoutness, and it was used to make
the dresses set well. It was a first
rate affair to take the weight of heavy
dresses off a womam's hips. But
when the girls began to wear tho
bustles half way up their backs peo
ple began to get alarmed. It made
the dear creatures appear like minia
ture camels. And the wav the girls
would shake themselves, oh, my!
Why, they looked as if they would
fall apart For years the bnstle has
been growing smaller. The greatest
proportions it ever reached was when
it topped tho bushel basket. Now it
is a very modest affair, and looks like
a small sized rat-trap. By next fall
it will be gone entirely.
"jurs. uieveiand lini done one
good thing for tho women of this
country. With a wave of the hand
she has wiped tho bustles off tho
fashion plates. Indeed, it is really
n blessing. Then it is so odd that
the president's wifo shonld'take the
matter in hand. But she has douo so.
Bustlps are only good for masks to be
used by the small boys at base ball
matches now.
"What is to take the place of the
bustle? I will show you. It is sim
ple effective and cheap. A sot of
reeds are to bo sewed into tho back
of tho skirt. They are of graduated
sizes, and make the dress set well.
Tfc imnrnvM ! linnrnr nf flrt ol-ipf
and is very simple. So nature is tJft
have a chance again; tho bnstle has
been banished."
Sunny Rooms.
With nr witlin lit board nL Ilia HnMen
House. Rooms fromSf.a month upward.
jiurary, etc.
Coffee and cako.
Central Restaurant
ten cents, at Hie
AH the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the choicest
nertumerv. and toilet articles, etc-can
be bought at tho lowest prices, at J. W.
ixmn's drug store, opposite ucaiiient
nctei, Astoria.
The. latest style of Gents' Roots and
Skoes at P. J. Goodmans.
Heals Cooked to Order.
Private rooms for ladies anil families:
at Central Restaurant, next to Foard A
Stokes'.
Fish Skill Oil.
And machine oil for sale.
.I.JI.Dp.Foi'.cb.
Astoiia, Oregon.
Telephone liodirlns House.
Best Beds in town. Rooms per night
60 and 25 cts., per week S10. New and
clean. Private entrance.
PBOM ACROSS THE SEA.
Latest From European Capitals.
(SPECIAL TO THE ASTOBIAK.)
Dublin, July 26. O'Kelly, jour
nalist and member of the house of
commons, who was arrested in Lon
don Tuesday evening for alleged of
fenses under the so-called crimes act
and carried to Boyle, was to-day re
manded for a wcok. He was released
on bail.
IRISH evictions.
Dublin, July 2G. A number of
tenants have been evicted from their
holdings on the Lewis estate at Wood
ford county, Galway. The evict
ing party met with desperate
resistance. One policeman was in
jured and eleven of their opponents
taken into custody.
ON SWEDISH SOIL.
Stockholm. July 26. Emperor
William arrived nere tins afternoon.
He was received by king 03car and
Drince Gnstaff. The slreets of the
city were crowded with people and
the houses were decorated with flags.
ROMAN OPINION.
Rome, July 20 The Raforma,
speaking of tho meoting of the czar
and emperor at St. i'eteraDurg says
it believes that the conference will
have results favorable locally.
PROBABLE VISITS.
London, July 20. It is stated in
Berlin and Rome that emperor Will
iam will visit the pope as well as
king Humbert.
AN INDIGNANT AUTHOR.
London. July 26. A German author
Clotten was arrested for threatening
to murder Gladstone. Clotten, when
questioned by the police, said ho had
sent the manuscript of a story to
Mrs. Gladstone with a request that
she read it When he asked for a
retnrn of the copy he was told that it
had been mislaid and could not be
found. Ho then wrote a letter to Mr.
Gladstone.
Let Us Have A Little Fun.
Fun? Why, of course, let us have
all there is within reach. Life isas
dry as dust to many people getting
up early, working hard all day, earn
ing just enough to show how little a
fellow can comfortably Btarvo on
and if they can once iu a while take
the family to the circus, laugh in
front of the monkeys' cage, shiver
when the lion roars, get out of the
old routine of drudgery and tumble
about in a lot of new sensations as a
boy rollicks over a stack of fresh hay,
it will help to make tho humdrum en
durable. The truth is we take things
too seriously, aro to glum, down
hearted, rheumatic and crotchety,
nnd need to be stirred up and re
freshed by a sail down the bay, a
visit to the theater, a good look at a
game of bapo ball, a picnic in the
woods once in a while. Ne?i York
Herald.
Reducing the Surplus.
The disposition ot the Surplus in the
U. S. Treasury engages the attention of
our Statesmen, but a more vital question
has our attention, and that is tiie reduc
tion of the Surplus Consumptives. Since
the discovery and introduction of Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, there has been a marked decrease
in the mortality from this dreaded dis
ease, and it is possible to still further re
duce the number of Consumptives.
How? l$y keeping constantly at hand
a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery,
and using according to directions, upon
the appearance of the first symptoms,
such as a Couc;li.a Cold, a Sore Throat,
a Chest or Side l'ain. 'Taken thus early
a cure is guaranteed.
Trial bottles free at Jno. C. Deinenfs
Drug Store.
Umbrellas Repaired
At my old stand. J. Jopi.i.n'.
Crow
Is the leading photographer of this city
and is said tn be as good as any iu the
state.
NEW TO-DAY.
BY THF.
FINNISH BROTHERHOOD
TO ILWACO AND RETURN,
Sunday, August 3th, 1888.
TICKETS, ONE DOLLAR.
The elegant steamer T. J. POTTER
leaves at a. m. Theie will be a Grand
Ball at Liberty Hall in the evening. The
same TIcKet admits to the Ball. No disrep
utable characters allowed at either Picnic
or I!sll.
KLOOE COMMITTEE :
Clias. Korpela, (Jus. Snugg,
Henry .lones. Axel Korliind.
Shoalwater Bay and Gray's Harbor
Tho Str. "Cen. Miles."
WILT, LEAVi: FOK
SHOA L WATER BAY, Thursdav July Kill.
CRAY'S HARBOR,.luly31st.
For freight nr passage apiily to
J. IT. t. (iltAY,
Agent.
JOB PRINTING.
Neat. Quick And Cheap at The
ASTORIAN JOB OFFICE
TILLAMOOK,
Shoalwater Bay and Gray's Harbor
The 1". & C. H. . Co.'s Steamer
"ALLIANCE,'
Will sail from PORTLAND for SHOAL
WATER BAY and G RAY'S HAKBOR
Fare to Tillamook and Gray's Harbor. SC
Shoalwater.Bay. is. From Astoria $1 less.
Freight, merchandise $3. Flour and mill
feed excluding liran, 34. Freight to Shoal
water Bay $4. If sufficient freight offers a
trip to Yaqulna and Coos Bay will be made
early in August, ,
F. R. STRONG. President.
C.P. UPSHUR, Agent Astoria.
&ranfl Annual Picnic
The Str. Telephone
Fast Time Between Portland
and Astoria.
Xeaving Astoria Monday .......... 6 a. m.
xuesuay. H.....z imj i .
" " Wednesdav......7 r. m.
' Fridav 7 r.M.
" ' Saturday 8-Or.ii.
Oiosa connections at Kalamato the Sound ;
at Astoria with the Qen. Mtlet lor Ilaco,
Oysterville and Grays Harbor ; at Portland
with the o. 4- O. K. It., and nest side trains.
P.& W. T. It. It; Vancomer and Oregon
City boats, and Eastern boundUralns.
Farm Implements
WE HAYE IN STOCK.
Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, Sulky
Hay Rakes, Tedders, Horse Hay
Forks, Duttons Mower
Knife Grinders, Etc.
Ageate for the Oiborna Mowers, Reapers,
and Self Binders.
Extra! for all kinds of Farm Maohlaery
furnished oa liort notice.
WILSON & FISHER.
Notice.
TnE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholder:) of the Jensen Can. Filling
Co., will he held at the office of the Astoria
Iron Works at 2 o'clock r. M on Saturday
Julj 2Sth, 18a. By order of the President.
JOHN "OX
Secretary,
? , , Hi - '. WSS3SS?
-Vwatchmaker
L Jeweler. X
PHIL. A. STOKES & CO.
'FOR-
Big Bargains in Men's Clothing.!
Go to th.e Emporium.
PHIL. A. STOKES & CO.
(Next door to
Everything a 2Ean Wears
Sold at Very Low Prices and warranted exactly as represented.
NO BETTER
CHANGE IN
KINDS
ASTORIA TO
AT BOTTOM
PHIL. A. STO
Pounds,
aeines,
AND
FISH NETTING OF
MADE TO ORDER
Woodberry
AT LOWEST PRICES OF NETTING COMBINATION.
Barbour's Salmon Net Threads.
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
Sole Agoats for
ESTABLISHED 1S4.
alS2
.
UNEN GILL NETTING A.SPECIALTY.
The Oldest and Largest Manufacturers of
IN THE UNITED STATES.
Salmon Parse Seines. SalmoH Fosii Hets. Salmon Gill Nets.
Kf Eisli Nettings ot all kUda suppliad at tha shortest yoasiblQ notice, and
at Hie lowest rates. All nade from our
Shephard Gold
Guaranteed to bo the strongest and most
PACIFIC COAST EISHERIES
This TWINE is laanufattured only by
ancisosrsno moro wjnjh
Send for samples; aho for our Illustrated
mnaaeipnm
American
XTet and Twla
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
Great
BABY BUGGIES,
VELOCIPEDES,
WAGONS,
TOYS,
STATIONERY,
PERFUMERY,
PICTURES,
CLOCKS,
WATCHES,
JEWELRY,
FIELD AND OPERA GLASSES.
CUTLERY,
BIRD CAGE3,
BASKETS,
BASE BALL GOODS,
DRAWING INSTRUMENTS,
ARTI3T MATERIAL.
Main
Ho For The Seaside.
Take the Fast and Commodious Rteamer
TELEPHONE, or the ELECTRIC
for Tinzy Point. Ogu.. connecting with
easy Singes for Seaside House and
Grimes' House.
Free Camping Grounds atAustin's.
There Is an abundance of Clams, Crabs.
Trout, Oysters and all kinds or salt and fresh
water fish. Good safe sea bathing : fresh air
and tho best Hunting grounds in America.
Campers can find at mv store everything
they require in the way of an outfit and pro
visions. A first-class bar and billiard table
are connected with my establishment.
Baard at Austin's from.$7 to $9 per week.
Board at Grimes' SIP " "
Board at Seaside..... 317.SO " '
For particulars call on or address
JAMES P. AUSTIN,
rnstoftlco Store, Seaside, Oregon.
Austin's U Open The Year Hound,
Foard fc Stokes.)
GET CLOTHING OF ALL
PRICES.
""'"
EVERY DESCRIPTION,
OF .BEST QUALITY.
517 auQ 519 Market St
the Pacific Coast.
CAPITAL $350,000.
I He NtW
Traps,
Seme Twines
NETTINGS.
Medal Twines.
dtsirabio twine now mads espeialiy for tha
ourselves, directly from Uiratr material,
-iixtuomanino ciieapcr jraues,
catalogua.
Highest awards at Boston,
ami xiouuuu
Company.
Sacrifice
Our Entire Stock !
FROM NOW ON
Until September ist,
When we are going to New York
TO PCRCHASE THE
Biggest Stock of Goods
Ever brought to this market.
YORK HOVE
St., Opposite Farlser
WIIOIiESALK AND RETAIL DUALER IN
Groceries, Provisions end Mill Feed.
o
Crockery, Glass Plated Ware.
o
The Largest and finest assortment of
Fresh. Fruits and Vegetables.
Received fresh every Steamer.
filTY BOOK
THE LEADING
STATIONERS AND
GHXFFXXT
GEI.O F. PARKER.
CAUL A. HANSON
rker & Hanson
SUCCESSORS TO
CB L. PARKER,
HEALERS IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
New Goods Arriving Every Steamer
THIS WEEK,
nnTiflTTriT;Tmri
n.n
Tlie OM Stand - Astoria Oregon.
PARKER'S
EMPIRE
MMaUUMifia
H. B. PAEHER,
FIRE BRICK
DKAI.Rll IN
Hay, Oats, anl Straw, Lime, Brick. Cement,
Wood DcIIrtred to Order.
IEK apply to the Captain, or to
Two Purse Seines.
We have Two Menhaden New Purse Seines
180 fatli. by 2 fatli.
Can be got ready in One Week lor h!p
ment. 'Light and. Strong. The
Capacity to Hold 1,000 bbls Salmon.
2?i inch mesh. EASY TO 1IAXDLE.
Price satisfactory to buyer. Can be shipped
In one bale.
Gloucester Net & Twine Co..
Gloucester,
Boston oOce, 91 Commercial St Boston.
MANDOLINS,
VIOLINS,
ZITHERS.
NJOS,
GUITARS.
FLUTES,
FIFES,
PICCOLOS,
FLAGEOLETS,
ACCORDIONS,
SNARE DRUMS,
HARMONICAS.
Fall line best quality
ITALIAN STRINGS
Rig cut in Reading Matter.
House.
Mlf,.
BOOK SELLER
c& HEED.
Laird, Schoher & Mitchell's
FINE SHOES.
A FULL LINE,
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
-boy yeui:
Groceries Provisions
OF
oard & Stokes
Tlielr Un:ely Increasing trade enable?
Hit-m to self at the very lowest margin
of prollt vilule givliiK you eoods
that utf or II ret class quality.
Goods Delivered All Over the City.
The Highest Price i'aid for Junk.
FIRE CLAY
Saoi and Plaster
LTY STORE,
STORE.
SlrikeltRiGh!
llrsjloif. Teaming and Express Holiness.
STEAJUEU
MU PARSER
Eben P, Parker,Mn8ter.
For TOWING, FKKIGOT orCHAK
11. It. PABKEIt.
NOTICE.
ASTORIA, July Ctll, I8SI.
I hare this Ctli day of July, 1S88. sold my
entire real estate and insurance business to
Messrs. Kobb and Parker, for whom I re
spectfully ask a continuance of tho patron
age heretofore extended to myseir. All lia
bilities incurred prior to that date are as
sumed by me and I ill collect all bills due
me at that date.
J.O.EOZOKTn.
Referring to the above we respectfully ask
a continuance of the patronage heretofore
extended to Mr. Bozorth.
We will hereafter be found In tho office
formerly occupied by him. and having suc
ceeded to tho excellent line of Insurance
Companies represented by him, have the
very best facilities for doing a general Fire
Insurance buiines9.
EOBB & PABKEK.
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