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- i,jpv,. -nF -T Z . o. f - . 5 ,vPv aiw" P) ?k gaittj gtstovmn. ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY -NOVEMBER I. 1SSS, ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted.) J. P. HALLORAN & COMPANY, Publishers aurt Proprietors. Astorian Building, - - CassSthekt. Tennj or.Snbserlptlon. Sened bv Carrier, per week 15 cts hent bv Mall, per month 6c ets ' " ono year. 57.00 I ree of postage to subscribers. The Astouiax guarantees to Its ad er asers the largest circulation ot any newspa per published on the Columbia river. The Qen. Miles goes to Gray's har bor at seven o'clock to-morrow morn ing. A. case of small pox is reported at Carson's mill in the suburbs of Ta coma. The Jason and the Aryo crossed ont yesterday. The Olive S. South, aid still abides. William "Walker of Gray's river, who has been ill of typhoid fever at St Mary's hospital, is recovering. The British bark EmbUton 1,196, nrrived in yesterday from San Pedro. This is her third visit to this port to carry wheat to England. Dried apples, straight, and water is what the Albina folks will feed jail prisoners there in f nture. The afore said future has a new terror for tramps in Albina. A reception will be tendered to the members and friends of the Young Men's Christian Association in their hall to-morrow evening by the ladies of the Presbyterian church. At Tuesday evening's council meet iug mayor Page directed needed at tention to the antiquated arrange ments that are doing duty as street lamps. They need overhauling and repair. The Idaho arrived in from the far north yesterday and after some little palaver the Chinese that she brought down from Alaska were allowed to land. She goes to Portland this morning. At the June election the vote ot Clatsop county was 2,024; divided as follows; Republican, 1,070; Demo cratic, 877; Prohibition, 71; Repub lican plurality, 199; Republican ma jority, 128: the vote for congressman is hero tnken as the basis of compar ison. V- Four men who arrived yesterday from Tillamook report n full rigged British ship ashore thero in addition to the wrecked barkentine Mdkah. ''They were unable to give the name ot the vessel or the xact location of the wreck, and nothing definite could be learned. No. 81.C03 is the number of a United States note for SI for which Gustav Hansen has refused 820. It is a genuine continental currenoy bill, a relic of the days "when the old Continentals, in their ragged regi mentals, faltered not," and was is sued in 1779. Messrs. Taylor, Morgan, Warren, Conn and Crosby, directors of the Astoria and South Coast Railway Co., go on the Electric to Skipanon, this morning, to meet and .confer with engineer Thielsen, who corner up from Seaside, relative to the right of way, probable changes, etc. The Oeo. W. Elder has the follow ing named passengers: Miss Rey nolds. J. J. McCoy. F. G. Fried and wife, Franks and Odell. E. N. Nor maid, J. V. Folley, J. Dudesheim. Sonle, G. Constine, II. Miller nnd wife, C. 1C Melrose, Mrs. Simons, Win. leaner and 1'etti Jjynu. The preliminary examination of N. F Livingstone took place before Justice May yesterday afternoon. Mr. Cahills little girl, a pretty and interesting child, of eight years of :igc. wnsftho piincipal witness. At thurloso'ot the examination Justice May hold "the defendant in tho sum of 85,000 bail to await the action of tho grand jury. He was remanded to jail. Lorentz Foard, of San Francisco, a brother of Martin Foard, ot this city. is ot tuo opinion that the lost makalt capsized in mid ocean, and drifted into Tillamook. She had twelve men on board Capt. Larsen, two mates, the cook and eight men before the mast, all of whom aro "iven un as lost. The barkentino was valued at 810,000 and was insured for S15.000. The cargo is thought to have been fully insured. As election day approaches more interest is manifested in tho result, nnd on every street corner one hears discussions as to New York, Indiana, California, Michigan, etc. Usually th'ese opinions aro more in harmony with the wishes than the judgement. When a man goes so far as to express his belief that Oregon is going for Cleveland and Thurman. it. looks as if he would have difficulty in offering good reasons for his belief, or else that he was giving the words "going for" a double meaning. The correct namo of a nutritious gross indigenous to a portion of Cali fornia, is causing the agricultural ed Unr nt flip Orennninn soma little trouble. In yesterday's issue of that paper, tne miro-manno euuuc outiea that the editor ot this paper gives "olRtoroo" hi flin rvirrflct orthcTaDhv of the word in question. In this the urcyumuid 10 uuBtuaou, v able contemporary ungrammatically states, it "don't make much differ ence," but as a matter of fnct the ed itor of this paper gave "alfileria" as tne correct spelling 01 iue u. "With the exception of a Demo cratic turn out next Monday evening, it is not likely that in this "campaign of ideas," there will be any moro active political work manifested in this vicinity between now and elec tion day. There ought, and doubt less will bo a full vote on the 6th inst. Every man able to move one foot before the other should turn out and cast a vote. It is votes that count, and no difference how busy a man may be, it is a duty ho owes to his country and his party to exer cise his sovereign right of suffrage on election day. L. E. Selig returned yesterday from Portland, where he has been negotiating for the appearance of the Emma Abbott English opera com pany. He has been successful and the charming cantatrice, will appear here on the 16th inst, provided, that suitable arrangements can be made with the O. R. & N. Co. for the night boat to lie over till one a. si., so that the troupe can get back to Port land in time for a Saturday matinee on the 17tb. This last point has not been definitely decided upon, but it is probable that all necessary ar rangements will be made, and that Astorians will have an opportunity to see the leading lyric lady ot the day in English opera. It is the intention to produce "Faust'' on that occasion. An interesting point, says the Al bany Herald, has been raised in the suit of Sol Abraham vs. the Oregon & California Railroad company, now on trial before judge Shattuck in Portland. Among other things plain tiff sues for a large quantity ot tim ber alleged to have been taken from his -land by the defendant corpora tion, and the company justifies the action by claiming that it is entitled, under the act of congress granting lands to railroads, to take timber and other material from any adjacent land for the construction of its roads; and although plaintiff may have obtained a patent on the land from the United States since the passage of the act of congress, yet he took it subject to the defendant's claim to use the timber in the construction of its roads. PERSONAL MENTION. G. W. Lounsberry has returned. C. W. Fulton and wife returned from Portland yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kinney expect to be at home December 25th. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Poiudexler leave to-day for their home in Alame da, Cal. Sheriff Albert of Wahkiakum county, is in the city. He is accom panied by Mrs. Albert. Mrs. O. W. Dunbar and daughter will be passengers on the Columbia this morning for San Francisco. Notice to Maricers. Office of Linirr-HousE Iksfectob, ) Thibteenth Distmct, Pobtlajo), Oregon, Oct. 31, 1888. ) Columbia river bar Two black, first-class can buoys, numbered 1 and 14, have been moored at the Colum bia river bar, to mark the channel over tho middle sands. There is from 16 to 18 feet of water at low water, over the sands. This channel should not be attempted by strangers. Buoy No. 1 is in eight fathoms of water, outside the bar. From buoy 1, Point Adams lighthouse bears E. N. Capo Disappointment lighthouse bears N. by E. E, and tho inner mid-channel buoy bears NE. byE. H E., distant 1 miles. Buoy No. 1J is in 25 feet of water, inside tho bar. From bnoy Vz Point Adams lighthouse bears E. S. Cape Disappointment lighthouse bears N. J.J E., and the inner mid channel buoy bears NE. by E. & E., distant milo. Both these buoys should be left to the northward, and may be passed close lo.- By order of the lighthouse board, U. Sebrek, Inspector. Tlipy Cannot Parade. Chicago, Oct 150. Chief of Police Hubbard ntated to-duy that no dem onstrations or pirades by anarchists would ba permitted nu November lllh, as contemplated. This is the death stroke to tho "49 club," which proposed tocommemn rate the hanging of the anarchists on that date. Southern Catlfernta?. Illir Vote. San Fmjjoisco', Oct." 30. Nathaniel Holland, Unite'd States, superintend ent of electious, lias just received the register for Los Augeles county fnr lha viTnincr vpnr nnrl flip inrrpfinA of registration over that of two years Hgo is remarkahie. 1110 registration ot that county nt that time footed up to'10,311. This year it is 30,318. C. It. F. P. II. Tho regular monthly meeting of the C. It F. P. U. will beheld at their reading room on Tuesday, November utu, nt 7 r. xi. All members in good standing t re requested to attend. A. S3EAFELDT, A Sutton, Sec. President. Dr. Eaton, at the Parker House, straightens Cross Eyes in one minute, without pain; cures all forms of in flamed anil sore eyes, deafness, and dis charge from the ears, etc, etc The largest stock of Artificial Eyes on the coast, on hand by Dr. Eaton. Ludlow's Ladies' 3.00 Fine Shoes; also Flexible Hand turned French Kids, at 1. J. Goodman's. Coffee and cake, ten cents, at the Central Restaurant Private Itoumg. At the Telephone Restaurant for sup pers, parties, etc. The best cooked to omer. The latest style of Gents' Boots and Shoes at P. J. Goodman's. .Menu CooKed. to Order. Private rooms for ladles and families: at Central Kestaurant, next to Foard & Stakes'. THE OZAE'S NABB0W ESCAPE. West's Successor Hot Yet Appointed. The Prnldent Appoint! a Oar of Think) giving And Prayer. Portland, Oct. 3L The lawyers for Wilcox and Mclsaacs this morn ing asked that the case be tried be fore judge Shattuck. Judge Stearns gave till Saturday for completing the application. The change ot venue will probably be granted. Groat difficulty is encountered in getting a jury for the Ben King and the second trial. The case was begun at 2 o'clock and is still going on. King was the confederate of Frank Anderson in the 810,000 robbery from the Northern Pacific Express com pany last summer. CALL IT SACKVILIiE. Mount Hamilton, CaL, Oct. 31. A faint comet with a nucleus and tail, was discovered by Mr. Barnard at the Lick observatory at 451 this morn ing. Its position was R. A. nine hours, forty-six minutes Bouth decli nation, fifteen degrees twenty-two minutes; motion northeast LOCATING- THEM. New Bedford, Mass., Oct. 31. Later advices ot the Arctio whaling fleet state that thirteen whaling ves sels, reported frozen in the Arotio ocean, are together fifteen miles south from Herald island, instead of twenty miles north, as before stated. NOBODY APPOINTED YET. New York, Oct 3L Tho Her ald's London special's reported ap pointment ot Sir Chas. Tupper, is not given' serious consideration ou this side of the water. It is simply attributed to a few ot Tnpper's friends in Canada. WON BY DUFFY. Washington, Oct 31. A prize fight between Patrick Duffy, ot Boston, and William McMellak, of this city, took place this morning; it was won by Duffy in seventeen rouiids. LET US ALL GIVE THANKS. Washington, Oct. 31. The presi dent will issue a proclamation thia afternoon, designating Thursday Nov. 29, as a day of thanksgiving and prayer. ROBBED AND MURDERED. Charleston, Va., Oct 3L In Mer cer county Sunday, four travelers were attacked by robbers and two of the travelers murdered and robbed. The robbers escaped into the mount ains. THE OFFICIAL STATEMENT. St. Petersburg, Oct 31. The of ficial statement regarding the ac cident to the czar's train on Monday, is as follews: The train containing the czar and czarina, and suite, left Tranovka at noon Monday. While passing through a deep gorge near Berke the train left the rails. At the time ot the accident the czar and czarina were in the saloon carriage at break fast. When the first carriage left the track, the rest of the train oscillated, and each succeeding carriage keeled over. The saloon carriage remaining on the track was badly shattered." The roof fell in but rested on a por tion of the side, thus forming a shield for the occunants.-'It seems incredi ble with such havoc Jthat any occu pants should have, escaped, unnurt, but God proteoted the czar's family, who were taken from the debris un injured. Some other occupants of tho train received slight contusions. The only person, severely injnrcd is Gen. Scheremitz, aid de camp or tne czar. KILLED IN TnE STREET. Terre Haute, Ind., Oct. 81. Dnr ing the parade last night Dollio Phil lips, aged 20, was murdered on the street. She was standing watching the parade when a man approached, pointing a revolver at her, and said, "There, take that." She fell with a bullet in her head, and died in n few minutes later. The murderer, who esoaped, is a man named Galloway; the cause of the shooting is un known. TweHe Salmon to The Paw. Sn Fh kncisco. Cal. Oct. SO The steamer Karlitk, belonging to theKar Ink parking company, returned from the -north today bringing 100,000 cases ot salmon which embraces a catch of 1.200,000 fish. Capt J. B. Matthews, who is superintendent of the company, came down on the steamer. He states that it is tho largest catch ever made by auy com pany. The season begins nuout Jnue 1, and ends September 15, nt which date the fish quit running. The fisli incr is dono with seins about 100 fath oms long, nnd the location is the month of the Knrluk river, about ninety miles from Kodiak. The ves sel brought down about thirty Uuin ese, the remainder of those who have been employed in the canneries. She docked nnd all were landed. The trip down was made in eight days and nineteen hours. A Sound tcgnl Opinion. E-Bainbriilce Mundav Esq.. Count v Atty.,Clay Co., Texas says: '"Have used Electric Bitters with most hanuv re sults. My brother also was very low witn juaianai ever ana jaunaice, out was cured by timely use 01 tins mecli cine. Am satisfied Electric Bitters saved his life." Sir. D. I. Wilcoxson, of norse Cave, Ay., aaosniiKe testimony, saying: lie postlvely believes he would have died naa it not been for Electric Bitters. This great remedy will ward off, as well as Cure all Malaria Diseases, and for all Kidney, Liver and Stomach Dis orders stands uncqualed. Price CO cents and Si, at Jno C. Dement's. A fine cup of coffee, at the Telephone Restaurant Stamping and Embroidery. Mrs. C.E. Briggs Lessons given in all kinds of Art Work. Rooms at Mrs. Derby's Millinery store. GWiareE Cry forPitcliBrs Castoria HE NEVER SAID IT. He Is Too Shrewd n Statesman to Say It. New York, Oct 8L The Republi can national committee has received tho following tolegram from Senator John A. Sherman, dated Nelsonville, Ohie: "There is not one word of truth in tho statement, published in some Democratic papors, that I said Indiana was lost or likely to be lost to the Republicans. I have not been thoro yot, but" will go this week." Ml Off Snore Sounding. We passed cape Flattery at mid night, and next morning we were off point Greenville, and at 150 p. m. wo passed Gray's harbor, and com menced sounding every five miles, running in a SW. directions. From Shoalwater bay the soundings were very regular; 27 fathoms, 38, 67, 153 and 432 fathoms at twenty-five miles offshore. Off capa Disappointment, distant 10 miles, 81 fathoms, 231, 421, 475 and 506: off-Columbia river, with St. Helens bearing' E., the sounding 10 miles ob snowea vz, us, 75,-102, 106 and 800; off Clatsop, 60, 73, 82, 96 and 99. The soundings off the Columbia to 601 fathoms indicated the ancient river bed. a ravine probably scoured out by glacier action as Puget sound was scoured out. by. that avalanche of waters caused by the melting of tne groat ice mountains ot the gla cial period. The inshore portion of this great ravine has been filled up with sand, brought down by the Columbia in all those eons of nges which have passed since the glacial period ceased. In the deep water dredging we found plenty of shrimp and prawns, one specimen of tyack cod, and some echina, or sea urchins of the Japan ese type, known as Schizaster Japon ica, and some queer fish which had probably been .brought from the Asiatic side of the Pacific by the Japanese current of the Kuro Se heivo. From notes of the trip of the Albatross,', by J. ff. Swan, in Port Tovmsend Argus. An Explanation. What is this "nervous trouble" with which so many seem now to bo .af flicted? If you will remember a few years ago tho word Malaria was com paratively unknown, to-day it is as common as any word in the English languagoyet this word covers only the meaning of another word used by our forefathers in times past. So it is with nervous diseases, as they nnd Malaria are intended to cover what our grandfathers called -Billiousness, and all are caused -by troubles that nrise from a diseased'eondition of the Liver which in performing its func tions finding it cannot disposo of the b'.le through tho ordinary channel is compelled to pass it off through tho system, causiug "nervous tronbles, Malaria, Bilious Fever, etc. Yon who are suffering can well appreciate a cure, we recommend ureen s Au gust Flower. Ite'Icures nro mar velous. " A Man Without a Iteal Frienil. ..-. . . . .. ' Mr. Cleveland lives in tho peculiar situation of not Having in all this broad land one single devoted, ear nest, cordial, personal friend. There is not one man who can truly, and comprehensively say that he likes Mr. Cleveland. Snch is the effect of 1 ho president's personal character and manners upon-, those who come into contact with him, and those who como into the closest contact aro those who like him least New York Sun. (Dsm.) i Don't Experiment. You cannot afford to waste time in experimenting when your lung are in danger. Consumption always seems, at first, iiu'y a cold. Do not permit any dealer to impose upon you with some cheap imitaurm of Dr. King's New Dis covery for Consumption, Coughs anil Cold, but he sure ou get tho genuine. Because he can make moi e profit he may tell you he has something just as good, or just the same. Don't In- deceived, hut insjst upon getting Dr. King's New Disco; cry, which is guaranteed to give relief in all Throat, Lung and Chest al" fectlnns. Timl bottles tree at .Inft. C Denifiu's Drug More. Large bottles 51 All Hie patent nicuuMin's advertised in : tu- paper, together with the eii-iieest -wunwry, and toilet articles, etc can In- ixiiiht at the lowest prices, at .1. W. Conn'-, drug store, opposite OoMilnit hotel, Astoria. The finest and juiciest steak at the Telephone Kestiuranl. A l VICKTO MOTIIK Its . Mrs. Wisi.nw's Sootiiino Sykiii should alwajs he t:-cd for children teething. It -notliea the child, "ottens the gums, allays all pain, cares Wind ehohe, and is the best remedy fordinr-rlinra.Twpjily-five cents a bottle. TeleplioneliOtUrlujs House. Best Beds in town. Rooms per night 1 and 23 cts per week Sl.50. New and 60 clenn Private entrance. Sweet Apple Cider. At the Astoriafioda Works. W'cinhard'.s Boer. And Free Lunch at the Telephone Sa loon, 5 cents.- GF.1,0 K. PAlIKrU. CAKI.A. HANSON Parker & Hanson SUCCESSOKS TO C. L. PARKER, DEALERS IN CENERAL MERCHANDISE New Goods Arriving Every Steamer THIS TVEEK, The Old Stand '- Astoria Oregon., H One Thousand Starlight Woolen Yarns ! Manufactured by the Nonautum Worsted ComTDanv. Boston, Mass., received during the past week and will be sold at Eastern prices. Starlight Saxony, Starlight Spanish, Starlight Knitting Worsted. The Starlight Wools are the finest and best for knitting and RUBBER GOODS. 1 A complete assortment of Gossamers in all the latest styles, colors and sizes in Newmarkets, Greenaway's, Drummond's, Terry's Circulars Etc., Etc. For Ladies, Misses and Children. Also, full line of Self-acting Rubbers, Ladies' Promenade, Newport and Skeleton Rub- bers, all.sizes. Ladies' Misses and Children's Rubber Boots. C. H. COOPER, Leading Dry Goods and Clothing ee Exhibition ! OF SCARFS (In Yelvet, Silk, Plush, and Satin.) IN MY SHOW WINDOWS BEATS Anything Yet Seen in Astoria ! ! Herman Wise, The Reliable Clothier and Hatter. Occident Hotel Building. OF crocheting ever THE Pounds manufactured. House of Astoria. MURRAY & CO., GROCERS And Dealers In Special Attention Glvento Filling Of Orders. A FULL LINE CARRIED And Supplies furnished at Satls . 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. ST. ASTORIA. OREGON. -THE DIAMOND PALACE! GUSTAV HAJiSEJf, Prop'r. A Large and Well Selected Stock of Fine DiamoBdst Jewelry At Extremely low Prices. All Goods Bought at Xhls EitabUahment Warranted Genuine. Watch and Clock Repairing A SPECIALTY. Corner Cass and Squemoqua Streets. Van Dusen & Co. DEALERS IN Hardware and Ship Chandlery, Pure Oil, Bright Varnish, Binacle Oil, Cotton Canvas, Hemp Sail Twine, Cotton Sail Twine. Lard Oil, , Wrought Iron Spikes, Galvanized Cut Nails. Agricultural Implements, Sowing Machines, Faints, Oils, a-rooeriesi ETto. TILLAMOOK, Shoalwater Bay and Gray's Harbor The P. & C. S. S. Co.'s Steamer "ALLIANCE," Will sail from PORTLAND as follews: GRAY'S HARBOR-Thursdav. October 4. 11,18 and 23. November 1. 8, 15. 23 and 29 December 6. 13, 20 and 27. ' SHOALWATER BAY-October 4 and 18. KTTT?5k&MAa., DecemDer 13 and 27. TILLAMOOK-Monday-October 1.15 and 29. November 12 and 26. December 10 and Steamer leaves Portland, from foot of c . Ir1?'!8?;,011 above dates Astoria G A. M, the following momlnt The Company reserves lherHjjht to chanso time and place of salltmr.sr" "'"""'ko r. t, ttJ&JJ- STKONG.-Presldenf. C.?. UPSHUB,'Asnt Astoria. Ciiibit jDrops!