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ASTORIA. OREGON:
SUNDAY.
NOVEMBER. 18SS.
Well, which way am your musket
a pintin' to-day?
IxaEBSOLL and Ingalla kept very
quiet during the campaign.
In all the doubtful states the regis
tration is unprecedented, indicating
an extraordinary heavy vote.
i
Is 185C John Dudley of Minneapo
lis bought a tract of land near that
city for 3,200. A few days ago he
sold it for $200,000.
President Camot's speeches as he
goes through France are said by the
French newspapers to be summed up
in the werds: "You are fine fellows,
Im a fine fellow, and we are all fine
fellows. The president, consequently,
is eminently popular.
The greatest national debt among
the nations of the globe is borne by
France. It is about G,250,000,000.
Kussia comes nest, with about $3,
600,000,000; then England, withS2,
225,000,000; Spain, with 31,297,500,000;
Prussia, with S1,000,000,000.
The total emigration from the
United Kingdom for the nine months
ended September 30th was 336,042,
against 325,765 in 1887. The destina
tion of the emigrants was: United
States, 251,306; British North Amer
ica, 45,593; Australasia, 22,994; and
all other places, 16,039.
- m
Joe Howard, a New York "journal
ist," got a well deserved horsewhipping
last Friday from the brother of a
lady whom he had malicned. How
ard is the man who forged a procla
mation in 1864, and signed Abraham
Lincoln's name to it, calling for 300,'
000 men. He was sent to Fort Lafay
ette. He grows worse as he grows
older.
i i m m
CAUGHT OX THE FLY.
Orders for Christmas trees are already
being received in llaine.
Julia Beck, a Kansas City girl, killed
herself beoause some one had told her
she "was too homely to live."
There were 4,600,000 bushels of wheat,
intended for export, stored at New York
last wees awaiting a ran in price.
An election will bo held in "No Man's
Land" next month to nrovide for organ
zation as a Territory, with courts and
laws.
Mri Alex Young apparently died at
Brookings, D. T. As the coffin was about
to be closed she revived and is expected
to recover.
The amount of lumber that will be
scaled and sawed before the close of the
season by the Minneapolis mills is esti
mated at 325,000,000 feet.
Speculator Corwith of Chicago found
lead a heavy thing to hold, and has ac
cordingly failed for a fortune. Little
lumps of lead kill in peace as well as in
war time.
The Chesapeake and Ohio has given
orders to double its freight equipment,
DroDOSinc to build una great export bnsi
ness at Newport News by shading export
rates.
Mortgages to the amount of 830,000 per
xxnie nave ueeu uivix lur iub uuiiuwk ui .i
railroad from Sioux (Jitv to bait Lake.
The Manhattan Trust company of New
York is the trustee.
Jar Gould and the Union Pacific! peo
ple have revived the Dalnth. Huron and
Denver scheme, and will build the road
from Dalnth southwest to tap the union
racifio at North riatte.
The passenger trains on the Bock Is
land and Santa Fo run races from Abi
lene to Salina, a distance of twenty-five
miles. The tracks are parallel with each
otaer, and tne races are novel ana ex
citing. Chief John of the Sioux savs that east
ern slaughterers have swept the Indian
huntins-erounds bare, and that titers is
no hope for them unless they learn the
ways ot me wanes ana intermarry witn
them.
The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
company nas added anotner stato to the
list of ten states and territories which
its lines already penetrate bv the com
pletion of a branch to Superior, in Ne
braska, a few miles north of the Kansas
border.
A report is circulated that the Northern
Pacific! had contracted for the construc
tion of eight new vestibuled passenger
trains, which were to be constructed in
March and put on the road as through
trains between Chicaco and the Pacific
coast, running over the Wisconsin Cen
tral iioaa.
The Scotch population in North Caro
lina, which in a great measure consists of
the descendants of those who left their
country to share the fortunes of the ill-
rated House of btuart. has become so
numerous that a weekly paper the Scot
tish Chief has been started, devoted to
ocotcn interests.
The Alabama legislature is to bo peti
tioned at its next session to buy the town
of Decatur and wipe it out of existenca.
in order to prevent future outbreaks of
yellow fever. It is claimed that most of
the epidemics originate there, and that
it will be an act of economy and mercy
to remove it.
A horse-thief, arrested at Mexico, Mo.,
boasts that he has cut his -way oat of
seventeen jails.
New York employing bakers have voted
a. not to reduce the size of loaves or in
crease the price of bread.
Steps have been taken to provide special
voting Dooms xor tne women in tne com
ing municipal election at Boston.
It is estimated that a third of the popu
lation and voters of Minnesota are Scan
dinavians, principally Swedes and Nor
wegians. Hanging is evidently going out of
fashion in Canada. There have been
fourteen murders since the year opened
and only one execution.
The season of the year has arrived in
Kansas when, notes a local paper, a man
who goes ten miles from home wants to
take along at least three grades of under
wear. The farmers near Colfax, Wis., raised
such an enormous crop of potatoes this
season that they do not snow what to do
with them. The best price obtainable is
10 cents per bushel.
Dan Jordan, aged eleven, ha3 been sent
for three years to the Tennessee stato
prison for the theft of $5. He is proba
bly the youngest penitentiary convict in
the United States.
Flour has been advanoed 100 per cent
in price because wheat costs 30 per cent
more than it did six weeks ago. There's
nothing like knowing how to figure a
ruuu oi pront.
ALASKA CAMlED SAL3I0X-PACK ALL 15.
The steamer Karliik arrived from
Alaska yesterday. She is reported to
have brought down the final consignment
of the season, together with the last of
the Chinamen sent no last sprinc to en
gage in the fisheries. The Alaska Com
mercial company alone caught 1,200,000
salmon, most of them in. the Karluk
river, which is about 2 miles long. The
receipts of Alaska salmon at this port for
tne season to date are as follews:
Arrived. "VesseL Cases.
July 13 Orion 4,313
July 27 Bertha 9,000
August3 Gen.Ord 3,630
August 23. . . .Quickstep 18,000
August 27. ...JJertha v.'io
August 27.. ..Malay 12,000
Sept. 10 AnnieJohnson 32,397
Sept. 10 Nicholas Thaver.... 20.000
Sept. 10 Newsboy 17,300
sept, ll Mexico -,ws
Sept.15 Orion.. 3,846
Sept. 17 Colusa 30,000
Sept. 18 Jennie 1,800
Sept. 19 Will W. Case 20,000
Sept. 19 C. CFnnk 16,000
Sept. 23 Corea 18.000
Oct. 7 Hope 20,000
Oct.9 Mexico 5,044
Oot.17 Bertha 6,700
Oct, 18 tQueen 11,428
Oct. 18 tW.L-Beebee 11,892
Oct.21 Jeanie 23,447
Oot.23 IMexico 15,945
Oct.25 Kodiak 2,500
Oct. 26 St. Paul 21,500
Oct.30 Karluk 4,128
Total 312.0S4
Also 750 bills ; talso 1C3 bbl? : J.lKo Sol
hols ; Jatso 157 bbls ; also 4s llls, Toi hf
bbls and 193 kits.
The Sadie F. Caller on August 31st
brought 2,100 bbls. and the Matthew
Turner on October 22d brought 317 bbls.
The receipts for 1887 were 190,000 cs., the
largest up to that time. S.F. Bulletin 1.
LIGHT HOISE IMPROVEMENTS.
Major T. J. Handbury, U. S. engineer,
who has charge of all matters pertaining
to the construction or repair of light
houses in this district, says the Orego
nlan, has prepared plans for a screen or
shutter to protect the lantern at the
Tillamook lighthouse from damage from
the spray, which during fierce storms
sometimes break the glass.
The lantern is surrounded by a balcony
and railing, and it is proposedto place on
this a screen or shutter about fourteen
feet wide, made of galvanized iron, two
inches wide bv five-eiehths of an inch in
thickness, in the form of a lattice, the
openings m wuicu win uu bijl iutui-9
squaro, extending to the top of the lantern.
This shutter will stand on wheels, so
that it can in a moment be shoved around
to the back of the lantern in fine weather,
where it will be out of the way, and
when the storm king gets on his ear and
the scattered waters rave and the winds
their vigils keep, it can thed around
to the point where it will do the most
good in breaking the force of the water
which dashes against the lantern, and
thus protect the costly lenses from dam
age. The shutter will weigh about a ton
and a half. It will doubtless prove very
efficient. Iron workers have been in
vited to bid for its construction.
The castings for the proposed light-
nouse at uape iuearcs are oeing maae at
the Willamette Iron Works as fast as
possible.
Bids aro advertised for for repairs to
the U. o. buoy depot near Tongue point.
A slip is to be put in, the foundation
fixed np, and a number of piles which
have become chaied aro to be replaced.
Material has been purchased for re
pairs, etc., at Cape Hancock lighthouse,
The roof is to be reshingled, now wood'
sheds built and things fixed up generally,
They Sent IHm a Rabbit For Lnck.
Indianapolis, Nov. 2. Gen. Harri
son was to-day the recipient of a
unique gift, in the shape of a big
jack-rabbit, which came by express
from Washington, Kansas. The box
was covered on three sides with
American flags, while the top was
hidden by countless tags and stamps,
put on by express agents, with their
greetings to the general. Accompa
nying the box was a, letter from the
three youthful donors, which reads
ns follews:
Gen. Habbisex: We are little boys,
only 11, 8 and 6 years old, and can't vote
for you, but we want yon elected, and we
send you a rabbit for luck. It is said
that getting n rabbit's foot is a sign of
good luok. Somebody sant Mr. Cleve
land a rabbit's foot in 1881 and he was
elected. If the paw of a common rab
bit would elect him, wo hope a whole
jack rabbit will elect you sure. It
likes to eat apples and cabbage and corn
and will drink milk ns well as water.
Gut Eeotoh,
Box Kectoe,
Maeiey Rector.
A Sale Xnrcstinciit.
Is one which is guaranteed to bring
you satisfactory results,. or in case of
failure a return of purchase price. On
this safe plan you can buy from our ad
vertised Druggist a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption. It Is
guaranteed to bring relief in every case
when used for any affection of Throat,
Lungs or Chest such as Consumption, In
flammation of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asth
ma, Whooping Cough, Croup, eta, etc.
It is pleasant and agreeable to taste,
perfectly sate, and can always be de
pended upon.
.trial Domes free at John C. Demerit's
Drug Store.
A fine cup of coffee, at the Telephone
Restaurant.
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothino Syrup
should always bo used for children
teething. It soothes the child, softens
ifiums'.a.1IaXs 511 raln cnres w'nd
choIIc,andis the best remedy for diar
rhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
The finest and juiciest steak at the
Telephone Restaurant
Meals Cooked to Order.
.Private rooms for ladies mirf fnmiiia:,.
at Central Restaurant, next to Foard &
All the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the choicest
perfumery, and toilet articles, etc-can
be bought at the lowest prices, at J. W.
Conn's drug store, opposite Or-ldent
uoiei, ivsiurm.
The latest style of Gents' Boots and
onoes at r. j, woodman's.
Believed To Be Drowned.
Last Saturday Richard Morris of
Riverside left this place in a email
ooat to cross the bay on his way to
Wilapa, since which time nothing has
been seen ot him and it is feared that
he was drowned. An oar and the
rudder belonging to the boat have
been picked 'up at Sand Point and it
looks very much as it Mr. Morris had
been capsized in that vicinity and
drowned. His son was here Monday
in search of him. Mr. Morris was a
resident of Riverside, Willapa river.
for several years, where his family
now reside.
Since writing the above we received
news that the tug Hunter pioked up
the boat that Mr. Morris had at
Tokes point. The boat was bot
tom np and without any contents.
This is sufficient evidence that the oc
cupant was drowned. Pacific Jour
nal, 2.
Mr. Morris was tb.6 father ot Mrs.
John A. Montgomery of this city.
merit Wins.
We desire to say to our citizens, that
we have been selling Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's
New Life Pills, Bucklen's Arnica Salve
and Electric Bitters, and have never
handled remedies that sell as well, or
that have given such universal satisfac
tion. We do not hesitate to guarantee
tliarv, airn.ir tlmn nn4 vitA otAnrf mnAir t
iiibui liwj iiuic, uuu iioaiauuiutuj Ml
refund the purchase price, if satisfac
tory results do not follow their use.
rnese remedies nave won tneir great
popularity purely on their merits. Jno.
C. Dement Druggist
Welnhard's Brer.
And Free Lunch at the Telephone Sa
loon, 5 cents.
The- best Oysters In any stjle, at
me xeiepnone iwstaurant.
NEW TO-DAY.
tic
The Democratic Procession Will Form
Monday, Nov. 5, at 7 o'clock P. M.
At The Democratic Club Room,
Tlnee doors east of A 113. Dauieisou's,
Headed by Western Amateur Band, Speak
ing at Hoys' Opera House at 8 o'clock p. sr. by
Senator Veach
and others.
All persons In sympathy with Democratic
principles are cordially invited to partici
pate. ALF. D. KIKNKY.
Chairman.
Assignee Notice.
TVrOlICE IS ITEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Lenls and Clarke Lumber and Manu
facturing company, or Astoria, Ore)
private corporation formed and exist
der the lans of the state of Oregon).
the 25th day of October, 1838, make a cen-
eral assignment to me for the benefit of
their creditors. All persons having claims
against said company are requested to pre
sent the same under oath, to me at my of-
ucb in Asuma, irreguu. wiuun mree munins,
from this date, November 2, 1888.
J.Q.A.BOWLBY,
d fiw Assignee..
Notice to Bidders.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE BE
celved by the Astoria and South Coast
Railway Company, until 10 a. m Nov. loth,
1838, for clearing the right of way through
the Sklnanon woods.
Specifications for the above work can be
obtained at the ofllce of the undersigned.
Proposals will be received for tne whole
or an portion ot the work.
The company reserves the right to reject
any or all bids, which should be marked
"Bids for Clearing." and addressed to
HENRY B. THIELSEN,
Clif Eng'r and Sup't A, & S. C. Rv.
Room No. 2, Odd-Fellows Temple. Astoria.
For Sale At a Bargain.
LOT 2 IN BLOCK 18, ADAIR'S ASTORIA,
Being a comer lot situated on the pro
posed line of the Street Railway extension.
Apply to W. B. ADAIR.
To Gray's Harbor.
AND SH0ALWATER BAY.
The Steamer GEN. MILES.
W. P. Whitcomb, Master,
Will leave for Gray's Harbor
Every Tuesday and Friday.
The Str. Dolphin.
Will lea e Astoria Every Thursday Morning
for
Bay Center, South Bend,
and North River,
On SUoalwater Bay.
For Freight or Passage apply to
J. H. J. GRAY
Agent, Astorl.
School Taxes.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TIIAT THE
Taxes of school District No. 1. Astoria,
Clatsop county, state of Oregon, are now
due and payable to the clerk of said dis
trict, and that the same If not paid will be
deemed delinquent sixty days from date.
Bv order ot the Board of Directors.
J. G. HUSTLER.
Clerk.
Astoria, Sept. 19th. 1S83.
JOB PRINTING.
Neat, Quick And Cheap at The
AST0RIAN JOB OFFICE
The Str. Telephone
Fast Time Between Portland
and Astoria.
Leaving Astoria Monday.......
" " Tuesday...
...C A. M,
2 :30 r. M.
7 E.M.
weanesaay,
Fridav 7 p.m.
" " Saturday 2 :3Q p. v.
Close connections at Kahuna to the Sound ;
at Astoria with the Gen. Miles for nwaco,
OystervUle and Grays Harbor; at Portland
with the O. St C. R. It., and west side trains,
P. & W. V. R. R ; Vancouver and Oregon
City boats, and Eastern bound trains.
For Rent. -t
A NEAT COTTAGE IN 0PPER ASTORIA
Rent. 810 Der month. Annlrto
Rent, 310 per month. Apply to
W.B.ADi
ADJ.
Democra
Parafle
GEM) T. FAKKER.
CABL A. HAXSOy,
Parker & Hanson
SUCCESSORS TQ
C. U PARKER,
DEALERS IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
New Goods Arriving Every Steamer
.THIS WEEK.
The Old Stand - Astoria Oregon.
Allen & Erosel.
Handsome Wall Paper,
ARTISTIC DECORATION.
Painting, Papering. Graining, Etc.,
Done In Satisfactory Style and at
Satisfactory Prices.
Corner Jefferson and Cass Sts., Astoria, Or.
Strike It Rich!
-BOY YOUR-
Groceries I Provisions
OF
Foard & Stokes
Their largely Increasing trade enables
them to self at the very lowest margin
01 profit while giving you goods
that are of first class quality.
Goods Delivered All Over the City.
The Highest Price Paid for Junk.
QITY BOOK
HOSIERY
THE LEADING
STATIONERS AND
GHZFFZ2T
ESTABLISHED 1812.
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LINEN GILL NETTING .A.SPECIALTY.
The Oldest and Largest Manufacturers of
IN THE UNITED STATES.
Salmon Purse Seines. SafflonPonni Nets. Salmon Gill Nets.
&Eish Nettings of all kinds sutiulied at the shortest no-(il)Ie notice, and
at the lowest rates. All made from our
Shephard Gold Medal Twines.
Guaranteed to be the strongest and moat desirable twine now made especially for the
PACIFIC CO AST. FISHERIES.
This TWINE is manufactured only by ourselves, directly from the raw material,
and costs no more In NETTINGS than the cneaper grades.
Send for samples; also for our illustrated catalojrue.. Highest awards at Boston
Philadelphia and London.
American Hot and Twine Company.
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
H, B. PARKER,
K. DKAI.EE IN I
FIRE BRICK
Hay, Oats, ani Straw, Lime,
Wood Delivered to Order.
IER apply to the Captain, or to
(A
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JOHN A.
MONTGOMERY
Has a First Class
8TOCK.
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Boat Found.
NKAIt TONGUE POINT, ON THE 2TTH
ot Oct., a white boat, no marks, nK
feet long. Hieet beam.
Apply to OLE HA.A.VEN,
AldertrooK.
REMOVAL
Owing to intended removal from our present location to Flavel's new brick building,
we will from now on, until further notice,
Sell Our Entire Stock
Great Bargains in ESwsryffeing.
THE NEW YORK NOVELTY STORE
Main
Valuable Property For Sale.
HALF MILE FRONTAGE
On the Columbia River, w est of Astoria, in
front ot Sees. 23 and 24, T. 8 N..R. 10 W.:
suitable for mill sites, wharfage, etc. 'Will
be sold lu Its entirety, or In lots to suit.
Write or apply to
niRAM GRAY,
dw Sklpanon, Or.
STORE.
BOOK SELLERS.
& REED.
CAPITAL 350,000.
1.. ... . , g
k Watchmaker
Jeweler.
atari..
tim&sMiu: ,
NETTINGS
FIRE CLAY
Brlct, Cement, Sand, and Plaster
Drarlag, Teimlng and Express Buslien.
STIUlUEIt
CLARA PARKER
Eben P, Parker,Uaster.
For TOWING . FBEIQHT orCHAB
B. B. PARKER.
John 0. Dement.
DRUCCIST.
Successor to W. E. Dement & Co.
Carries Complete Stocks ot
Drugs and Druggists' Sundries.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
Agent for
Mexican Salve and
Norwegian File Core,
J. O. CLINTON
DEALER IN
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
FRUITS, NUTS,'
Candles.' Smokers' Articles, Etc
New Goods Becelyed Pally,
Opposite -City Booh?' Store.
WE OFFEB
St., Opposite Parlsor
V. MMmEmWm
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions end Mill Feed.
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Crockery, Glass Plated Ware.
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The Largest and finest assortment of
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
Beceived fresh ever? Steamer.
PARKER'S
EMPIRE
Next Door
Good as the
Low as
BARBOUR'
Irish Flax Threads
HAVE NO EQUAL !
tfBPffHtTjfo
GRAND PMX PARIS ,1878,
AND
GRAND CROSS 01 THE LEGION D'HONNEOR.
' They received the
ONLY GOLD MEDAL
For FLAX THREADS at the
London Fisheries Esh-ibition 1SS3.
And have been awarded HIGHER PRIZES at the various
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITIONS,
Than the goods of any other
VaRBAXX MAKUFACTITRER9
IN THE WORLD.
Quality Can Always be Depended on.
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lencea iisneriDen use i inner.
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
51 7 and 519 Market Street, SAN FRANCISCO.
AGENTS FOR PACIFIC COAST.
WOODBEEEY SEINE TWE, ROPE and NET
TING Constantly on Hand. SEINES, POUNDS and
TRAPS furnishea to order at Lowest Factory Prices.
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to Postoffice.
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