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?fw Jaitjj gustotfan. ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY. -OCTOBER 21, 1888. ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted.) J. P. HALLOBAN & COMPANY. Publishers and Proprietors, A-vroniAXBpiLDrao, - . cassStkket. Terms ofSabscrlpllon. Served by Carrier, per week- 15 cts 6cets .-S7.00 .-iciik uy jmui, per montu.. Free ol postage to subscribers." nnft wni- TnE ASToaixx guarantees to its ad er asers the largest circulation ot any newspa per published on the Columbia river. Semcea at Grace church to-day, as usual. J3ishop Morris is expected to be present. The Oregon pioneers will hold their reunion in Portland on the 15th or June, 1889. jtjuiu mass ana Dressed lirink- nn 2ud and Cass give that corner a met ropolitan appearance. There will be no service in the Congregational church to-day. Rev. G. C. Hall is in Forest Grove. Reserved seats for Nelly Boyd troupe for sale at the New York Novelty Store at 10 o'clock this morning. The Portland press speaks favora' bly of the Boyd-Manbury troupe wnicn appears at itoss' opera honse next week. The salmon on Gray's harbor are reported to be running so plenty that the canneries have to limit the catch of traps and boats. The Pillar Rock Packing company shut down yesterday. It is not pro bablo that another salmon will be canned this year on the Columbia. Her many friends will be pleased to hear that Mrs. J. F. Nowlen, who nas Deen seriously ill, is improving ana will shortly recover her usual health. The government last August loaned the First National bank of Portland, 8534,033.80, without interest, and the Ainsworth National bank, of Port land, S83.722.50, without interest. Beginning to-morrow evening there will be a closing out nuction sale by E. C. Holden of the remaining stock at D. L. Beck and Sons, everything to be sold witbont reserve to the highest bidder. O. L. Parker has removed the stock ot the Empire Store from its former location to his building corner 2nd and Benton streets, which has been handsomely fitted up and nrranged for the display ot goods, etc. According to the Victoria Colonht the Indians of British Columbia are forming a joint stock company to establish a cannery next year. They also want to start" n factory for making dog-fish oil. There tiro some Chinese at Tacoma on the Ancon that are detained on a quibble. Chinamen should be kept out, but these particular Chinamen loft here, went to Alaska, and tech nically have never left this country. They should bo allowed to land. Services at the Methodist Chuich to-day ai follews: Class meeting 10 a. M.; Sermon 11 a. M.; Sunday school 12:15 p. m.; Song, service 7 p. sr.; Lecture 7:30 p. m.; Subject "The Yonng man". This will be tho regu lar program of service each Sunday. All are invited. The salmon of each river alwas re turn to ihe same stream, and do not enter new waters. As an example, the fish of Smith's, river in northern California are greatly inferior in size and quality to tho Chetco fish, a stream of southern Oregon, and yet the two streams empty into the ocean within seven miles of each other. The members of TerapleLodge'No. 7, A. F. and -A. M., have presented the widow of the late (ieneral John Adair with a copy of the resolutions of re spect passed by that body upon the death of her husband. The document is beautifully engrossed and framed in oak, and is a handsome tribute to the high character and worth of the deceased gentleman. A Chicago man has devised a pair ot boots whose wooden soles hold a small automatic press, with which the user's name and local habitation can be printed all over the sidewalk?. He's going to try to sell them as nn improvement to the "merchants" who buy rubber stamps and daub their names on bill heads and letter heads and think they save money. The Astobian again directs atten tion to the proposed job of eastern book agents to have the state school book series changed next January. It is just an effort to cinch parents to the extent otSlOO.OOO and the news naners of the state should see that the chance is not made. If the school books now in use were jnst what was needed when recently adopted, the necessity of n change now? why There were four clearances yester day with wheat for Europe, two American and two British ships. The American ship T. F. Odkes cleared for Queenstown with 109,775 bushels wheat, valued at 893,738; the British bark Dovenby for Queens town, 46,478 bus. wheat, 839,000; the British ship Oberon, Queenstown, 58, 852 bns. wheat, 349,400, and the American ship Olive S. Southard, ad miral Walker, for Havre, France, with 59,293 bns. wheat, valued at 350,156. At the Republican meeting last night Joggles leaned forward and nudged a man in front of him, "I see," says he, "that The Abtokian, this morning, gave away that bet about winning $400 and losing S100. Now, that's a pretty good bet, if you work it, but if you are after a real sure thing on election bets and only want to wiD a little money, I'll pat you onto a racket that one in one hundred won't see. You offer to bet 895 on Harrison to 3100 on Cleveland. You'll get lots of takers. Now, for every bet that yon make of 895 on Harrison to 8100 on Cleveland, see that yon make another bet of 8100 on Harrison to 395 on Cleveland, which you can also got. No matter then, to you, which way the election goes, you'll win 85 on every brace of such beta yon make." Joggles seems to have this betting business down pret ty fine. The San Francisco Steamem. Sak Francisco, Oct 19. The steamer Oregon, which left for Port- land and Astona.yesterday, will lay up for repairs on her return here. She is to have her stern bearing re newed. Instead of going on the dry dock, as is customary with steamers of the Pacific Coast Steamship com pany, she will be repaired at the Broadway wharf, the old-time coffer dam being again pressed into Bervice. The apparatus is so constructed as to sit snugly under the stern ot the ves sel, and Bnfficient ballast is placed within to sink it, so that it can be placed in position. When this is accomplished the water is removed by means of a pump, and the ballast is then taken out The vessel then being water tight, men can be placed inside the work on the bottom ot the ship without trouble. The steamer Michigan, whiob ar rived from the Columbia river this morning, attempted to dock at the Folsom street wharf. The flood tide swung the bow around, and the steamer went crashing into the wharf, knocking down three fender piles and doing extensive damage. Learning to Read Writing. Judge Deady being invited to visit the little school some time ago at Seaside, by the yonng lady teacher, (a bright yonng Irish girl from As toria, who wished to show the Port lander her method of teaching the children to read chirography.) he was placed in a seat of honor, and upon the blackboard tho nervous lit tle pedagogue wrote the word "eat." "Now, Eberman," she said to a boy about twelve years of age, "what does that spell?" "I dunno." Then, as it to lead him up to the solution ot the great problem she insinuatingly in quired, "What do yon do when you're hungry?" "Tackle the pantry," was the reply. Hardly satisfied with this exhibition tho teacher in a flowing hand and with confidence in her eye, wrote "cow" upon the blackboard. "You surely can read that, Eberman, your old favoriter "No, I can't." "What! not read that little word? Why, when we have no milk and butter supply on nana what source do wo turn to for themP' "We send to Astoria." The teacher wiped out the cow with a sigh, as if she wished she had been kicked by it, but rallied sufficiently to smilingly say: "It must be the fault of my hand writing, Judge, for my system I'm sure is cor rect. At all events you must admit that Eberman is an exceedingly prac tical boy." Welcome. An Explanation. What is this "nervous trouble" with which so many seem now to be af flicted? If you will remember a few years ago the word Malaria was com paratively unknown, to-day it is as common as any word in the English language, yet this word covers only tbo moaning of another word used by onr forefathers in times past So it is with norvons diseases, as they and Malaria are intended to cover what onr grandfathers called Billiousncss, and all are caused by troubles that arise from a diseased condition of the Liver which in performing its func tions finding it cannot dispose of the b.le through the ordinary channel is compelled to pass it off through the system, causing nervous troubles, Malaria, Bilious Fever, etc. You who are suffering can well appreciate n cure. We recommend Green's Au gust Flower. Its cures are mar velous. Spiritualism. This Sunday evening. October 21st. at the Ross opera house, Miss Kate Eddy, assisted by Alex. Hume, the celebrated medium of England, will give one ot those seances in Spirit ualism that have made them so fa mous through the English speaking world. The following are among the many manifestations that will be produced in broad light on the open stage: Materializations of spirit forms and faces, Dr. Hume's London open light seance, blood writing on the arm, spirit slate writing, super natural vision, a large dining table is made to float in mid air without human agency, etc To defray expenses, a small admis sion fee will be charged at the door. County Court Proceedings. John Williams, Jos. Giardina, Wm. MoKeuna, Andrew Mannla and Her man Hedman admitted to citizenship. Bid for connty printing awarded to - J Pioneer. Ordered that clerk be au- tnonzea to sign lor county lor a sew er on Benton street Sundry bills were ordered paid and court ad jonrnod to November 15th at 10 a. it. Yaqaina Salmon. About 6,000 oases of salmon have been canned at Yaqnina bay this sea son, of which Williams has canned 3,000 cases and Parker and Baker and Hayes abont the same amount to gether. Albany Democrat, 19. . ... . i . Ludlow's Ladies' S3.00 Fine 'Shoes; also Flexible Hand turned French Kids, at P. J. Goodman's. A fine cup of coffee, at the Telephone Kesrauranr. THE REPUBLICAN PARADE. Speech at Liberty Hall by Ex-Gov. Woods. The clerk of tho weather tele graphed a special invoice ot that commodity to northwestern Oregon yesterday. The sun shone out all the afternoon, drying the streets and giving promise of a fine evening, wmenwas lolly verified. . At eight o'olook the Blaine club and Garfield club from upper Astoria, came marching down with torches. preceded by the Western Amateur band and cheered along the route. At the armory they met the main body of the procession, and ranks be ing formed the band struck np n live ly tune and headed by the Blaine club, with drums beating and banners flying, the first parade of the cam paign began. Crowds lined the sidewalks, but the middle of the street was kept clear and as the long procession filed by cheer after cheer went npt and the mottoes, floats, transparencies, etc., came in for their share of the ap plause. Carried on high over the heads of those who carried a torch and a vote could be read in the bright glare ot the many lights '7,407 in June, 10,000 in November." Mor? f ON t0 Victory." "My address after Nov. 6, 1888 will be plain G. Cleveland, Buffalo, N. Y." "We want a decent mail service." "Where is that surplus gone?" "It is not maxims, but markets," Ben Harrison. "The Republican senate made Cleveland Bign the Chinese ex clusion bill." "A solid north, Oregon leads the van." "Harrison risked his life for his country; Cleveland hired a substitute." "Down with pauper labor, English wages and free trade." "Free trade makes low wages." "Cleveland took away our protection at Fts. Canby and Stevens." 'Upper Astoria will give Harrison 100 ma jority." "The Republican party has always been the ftiend of the labor ing man," and many others. The procession paraded the princi pal streets and coming to a halt in front of the Occident, three rousing cheers were given for Harrison and Morton, after which ex-Governor Geo. L. Woods, the speaker of the evening was escorted to Liberty hall, which was crowded to its ut most capacity. The speaker was introdnced briefly and eloquently by F. D. Winton, who said that the silver tongued orator of tbo west would give the. audience some reasons for the return to power of the Republican party, that majestio party which would never furl its standard till every man in every sec tion had the unchallenged right to cast one vote and have it counted. Ex-governor Woods who is a man. of fine presence rose and gracefully begged the indulgence or the audi ence, the ardnons duties of the cam paign being wearing. He said we meet not as partisans, but as patriots as intelligent American citizens to decide how our ballots shall be cast in the great national contest Elo quently and powerfully, he drew a tru6 pioture of the past and present of the two great parties and asked that they be judged by their record; he dwelt at length on protection, tariff for revenue only and free trade, and citing the effect that each had on the nation's prosperity argued that as the protective tariff had beat devel oped the nation's wealth and placed money in the hands of American workers, tho Republican 'party, the champion ot protection to Americnn workers should receive the votes ot Ame'rican freemen. For nearly nn hour he held the audionco and moved them at his will; sarcasm, hnmor, eloquence, facts, logic, added to tho charm ot his voice and the earnestness of his manner made up an address that has been seldom equaled in Astoria, and one ot the most convincing ot political speeches. He was loudly applauded through out, and at the close the audience gave three cheers for Harrison and Morton, and three more for Hon. Geo. L. Woods. An Unusnnl Srrne. While ont on the plateau west of town a few days ago the writer re marked the nnusunl appearance of the peaks in the Cascade ranee sev eral of which were plainly seen from tue point of observation. Their ap pearance is more than an unusual fea tnre, as it is doubtful if any one liv ing here ever saw them so nearly stripped of their perpetual Bnow. Especially is this fact noticeable on the north Sister, whose eastern and northern sides are free ot enow all the way up, excepting two or three small patches, which have the ap pearance ot small glaciers as viewed at this distance. Prineville Neios. Electric Bitters. This remedy is becoming so wel known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who hare used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine does not ex ist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove i'lmpies, rsotis, salt nneum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure Malarial fe vers. For cure of Headache, Constipa tion and Indigestion try Electric Bit tersEntire satisfaction guaranteed, or money refunded. Price 50 cts. and Sl.00 per bottle at J. C. Denient's. When ITon Go to Portland Frank Fabre. Occidental hotel restau rant will be glad to see his Astotla mends, A good dinner at a moderate price and everything in season. TelephoneliOdKtag House. Best Beds in town. Rooms per night ou anu za cis., per wees si-w. new ana clean. Private entrance. WclnhariVs Beer. And Free Lunch at the Telephone Sa loon, & cents. The latest style, of Gents' Boots and Shoes at P. J. Goodman's. The finest and juiciest steak at the Telephone Restaurant. THE SEKATE AND HOUSE At Lost Adjourn After321 Days' Work. Dispatches From Europe and the East. Rome, Oot 20. A land slide oc curred at the Datenza railway to-day; a train was buried in the debris, and a number of persons killed. Six bodies have been recovered and ten wounded rescued. A SPANISH IUOT. Madbid, Oct 20. The republican rioters mobbed Senor Canovas del Castillo, at Saragosa, last night and Btoned his house. Rioting continued for hours. The government army is powerless to quell the disturbance. THE AUTHORITIES APOLOGIZED. Paris, Oct 20. The escutcheon on the German consulate at -Havre was torn from its position last night and thrown into the streets. The prefect at Havre tendered a profuse apology to the consul, and M. Goblet, minister of foreign affairs likewise apologized to the German ambassador here for the outrage..,. There is so clue to the persons who' committed the act' THE CLOSING SCENES. Washington, Oot 20. When the house met this morning at 11 o'clock on the last day of the most protracted session in the annals ot congress, in addition to the speaker there were fifteen members in attendance. In the galleries there were not more than a hundred persons to witness the closing scenes. The speaker ap pointed McMillan, ot Tennessee, Clements, ot Georgia, and Ryan, of Kansas, a committee on the part of he house to wait upon the president and inform him that congress was ready to adjourn, it he has no fur ther communication to make. A re cess was then taken until 12 SO p. m. After the recess representative Mc Millan, chairman of the committee appointed to wait upon the president, reported that the duty bad been per formed and that the president had stated that he had. no further com munication to make to the house. A reoess was then taken till seven minutes before one, After the second recess, Ryan of Kansas, offered and tho house, unanimously adopted the following resolution : Resolved, That the thanks ot this house be hereby tendered Hon. John G. Carlisle,', the speaker, for the courtesy,' ability and fairness with which he presided over the deliber ations of the first session of the fif tieth congress. As the hands of the clock pointed to the hour ot one, the speaker said: "The honr ot the. cloak having ar rived, I now deolare th'e honse ad journed sine dje Tho announce ment was received with applause and the correspondent&in the press gal lery evinced their-' thankfulness by chanting the doxqlogy. in the senate. Washington, Oct 20. Only seven senators had the benefit ot the final prayer of. this' sesjubri, by. the obap lain, namely: presiding officer Ingalls of Kansas, -Allison bf Iowa, Cookrell of Missonri,Mitonell of Oregon, Pad dbok of NebraskaSaulsbury ot Del aware and. Teller otColorado. During and immediately attar' the reading of the journal, the senate was reinforced by thft presence of. Blackbdrn of Ken tucky Reagan of Texas, and Sawyer of Wisconsin.- $ A committee otivro, Allison and Saulsbury, was appointed to go with n liko committee on the part of the house and wait Upon. tho president and inform Tiim that congress having finished its business was ready to close the present session by -an ad journment at 11 - o'clock to-day. Blackburn presented n minority re port on the selection of the committee on operations of the civil service law. It was ordered printed with the ma jority report' The last bill of tho session to be in troduced was one by Mitchell propos ing an amendment to the constitution providing for election ot United States senators by tho people. Business was then informally suspended awaiting a message from the president or from the house. The first message was from the house announcing the ap pointment of a committee to wait upon the president; five minutes afterwards Allison of the committee to wait on the president reported that the committee had porformed that duty and had been informed by the president that he had no further com munication to offer. A resolution tendering the thanks of the senate to president pro tern. Ingalls for the uniformly able courteous and impar tial manner in which he presided, was offered by Saulsbury and adopted unanimously. At five minutes before one a mes sage from the president announced his approval of sundry senate bills and joint .resolutions. Senator Ingalls then spoke, bneny acknowledging with, thanks the complimentary vote tendered him as presiding officer, and thanking the senators for the courtesy and consideration shown him. He then declared the'senate adjourned without day. THE ATCHISON B0ND3. Boston, Oct 20. Tho Journal says: We learn from excellent au thority that the full measure ot the Atchison's financial necessities is ten millions. This snm will take in the floating debt and also meet the in debtedness for tho new equipment now in' course of construction. To meet this new burden a private can vass of tho larger stockholders is go ing in order to asoertaiu the amounts these stockholders will take of the second mortgage bonds it is proposed to issue. The new mortgage bonds will probably draw 7 per cent interest. Peak's Soap is the most elegant toilet adjunct. Private Rooma. At the Telephone Restaurant for sup pers, parties, etc. The best cooked to UIUC1. Coffee and cake, ten cents, at the Central Restaurant. The best Oysters In auy style, at the Telephone Restaurant. Cloak Department. DRESS GOODS Department. LISLE Hosiery Department. Leading Dry Goods and Clothing To Gray's Harbor. AND SH0ALWATER BAY. The Steamer GEN. MILES. W. P. Whitcomii, Master, Will leave for Gray's U&rbor Every Tuesday and Friday. The Str. Dolphin. Will leare Astoria Every Thursday Morning for Bay Center, South Bend, and North River, On Shoalwater Bay. Kor freight or Passage apply to J. II. , OKAY Agent, Astori. THE STATE Agricultural College, COKVALIilS, OREGON. Term Commences Wednesday, September 12. 1888. TACULTY : AftiUcorpsof eipeiienced Professsors and leacners. COUltSE oVsTUDY : Arranged expressly to meet the demands ana neeas oi me iarmrag interests oi iuo state. PHEPAItATOBY DEPARTMENT. For students over 15 years ot ago whode sire to enter the colleire but are not DK' pared to enter College classes by exam ination. MILITARY TRAINING : To the extent required by law. BUILDINGS : Large. Commodious, and well Ventilated. LOCATION: In a cultivated and Christian community, ana one oi me neaiuuest in me otaie. EXPERIMENTAL STATION ; Circulars, containing matter full ot interest to farmers, will be regularly Issued and copies mailed to eacn pairoa oi me uoi lege. EXPENSES : Reduced to lowest figures. Two or more free scholarships from every county. Consult your County Superintendent. We confidently appeal to the farmers and Granges of Oregon to patronize the only school established by Oregon for the pro motion ot her agricultural Interests. For catalogue or other Information, ad dress, B. L. ARNOLD. President, Corvallls, Oregon. Good Milch Cow and Calf, TOItSALE- COW GIVES 3 K GALLONS jl muK.aaiiy. Apply to uxxu PETEHSONT Upper Astoria. AREIVED ! Our first selection of FALL and Winter Cloaks now on exhibition. Comprising the very latest styles in Ladies' Misses and Children's garments: FRENCH BROAD CLOTHS. An ele gant assortment of Broad Cloths, suitable for Ladies' Tailor Made Suits, in the very latest shades. Call and examine them. i AND SILK Having received from New York during the week one of the finest selections of Fancy, Stripe, Embroid ered and high colored Hose, late de signs, ever shown in Astoria. Owing to the lateness of ike sea son these goods will be sold re markably cheap. . C. H. COOPER, THE Strike It Rich! BOY YOUR Groceries Provisions -OF- Foard & Stokes Their largely Increasing trade enables them to sell at the very lowest margin of profit while giving you goods that are of first class quality. Goods Delivered All Over the City. The Highest Price Paid for Junk. The Str. Telephone Fast Time Between Portland and Astoria. Leaving Astoria Monday .... 6 A. m, Tuesday......2 :30 r. M. " " Wednesday-. .7 p.m. " Friday.. -7 p. si. " " Saturday.. 2 -J30 r. m. Close connections at Ealama to the Sound ; at Astoria with the Qcn. Sllla for Uwaco, Oystervllle and Grays Harbor; at Portland with the O. & C. R. R., and west side trains, P. & W. V. B. K ; Vancouver and Oregon City boats, and Eastern bound trains. Magnus G. Crosby Dealer In HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL. Iron Pipe and Fittings, STOVES. TINWARE AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS SHEET LEAJTSTRIP LEAD SHEET IRON, PjLzx AND Copper. John C. Dement. , DRUGGIST. Successor to W. E. Dement & Co. Carries Complete Stocks of Drugs and Druggists' Sundries. Prescriptions Carcrally Compounded. Agent for Mexican Balve and Norwegian Pile Core, HOSE House of Astoria. MURRAY & CO., GROOEKS ' And Dealers in Special Attention Clvento Filling Of Orders. A FULL LINE CARRIED And Supplies furnished at Satis factory Terms. Purchases delivered in any part ot tho city. Office and Warehouse In Hume's New Building on Water Street. P. O. Box 153. Telephone No. 37. ASTORIA. OREGON. -THE DIAMOND PALACE! GUSTAV HANSEN, Prop'r. A Large and Well Selected Stock of Fine At Extremely Low Prices. All Goodi Booght at This Establishment 'Warranted Genuine. WatcU and Clock Repairing A SPECIALTY. Comer Cass and Squemoqna Streets. Van Dusen & Co, DEALERS IN Hardware and Ship Chandlery, Pure Oil, Bright Varnish, fiinacle Oil, Cotton Canvas, Hemp Sail Twine, Cotton Sail Twine. Lard Oil, Wrought Iron Spikes, Galvanized Cut Nails. Agricultural Implements, Setting Machines, Paints, OiIsr Groceries! lElto. WILL Cut Faster AND EASIER Than any oth er axe made. Hundreds ot Cannery Sullies' Diamonds g Jewelry I tsmrnamaam J.C.I rullinger I wooamen tes tify to Its supe riority. It goes Deep nd Nerer Stleu. CAENAHAN & CO., Awots Astoria. Price, ti.50. l. '- Jl , . Jtttohm, J-"