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33uily liotm ASTORIA, OBEGON: WEDSESIM DECEMBER 4, 1SS9. City election one week from to-day. The Astoria Building and Loan As sociation meet io-night Prof. Pratt will mganizc his night school at Capt. GrayV, office ::t 730, this evening. R. R. Marion has sold 100 acres of his 120 acres, on the Walluski, to Salem parties, for $3,000. Captain White nnb is stili lowing rjck don ii from the tjnjrry fi usa at ' thejett;.. AJi active operations for the season will soon bo discontinued f;r a frw mon.h-. No tt "tfotiday and Tuesday cxemngs Dan Morris and Jbscv Morris Snlli- van wdl appear at Eoasonprahoue in ther lrisb musical condv "Kitty F.-.m fork." entitled CoUllt fllMt. Trencliard ictrday telegraphi'ti r ia quires more elec paper eerorary oi sr:ie :uc- In the Albany ch election last Tuesday the Ji-pnblieau, elected all their nominees biit ma or and marshah In the Salem eitj election the same day, the Republicans elected three out of four councihnen. The count court- did not levy the tax at its se-ion kit Mouday. The state authorities have not levied the state lax jet; and till they do, the ouuty commissioners will not be able to determine th coitnti rate. Now that Thanksgiving is over, the question of Christmas, and its accom pany ing gilts, conies to the front. Tho ploasanh-st aofintious of the Christmas time arc connected with the ifls (hen received from friends present ;::rl :Vent. The 7nitil States grand jury at Portland has leturned a true bill in the case of .lames Turk, charged with unlawfully boarding the ship Lord Canning, and with harboring and secreting John Walmer, a seaman be longing to that ship. Yesterdsr. sjftcrnnnn George t!m . little child "of Mrs. George Lambert, cut his right leg with a piece of glass. A doctor was called in and a large piece of glass taken out of the wound, and the little sufferer will be all right acfiin in :i dav or two. i. tion tinner to ijnae, so tnat liiere will do plenty ot i go of merchandjse from Gray s Har uiaWial for tickets for next Wcdnes- bor, and this being her last trip on day's election. . the Willamette, her crew were busily W. C .Ton, ailorney-"cneral of U0Ped that the dismal xecord ot the Washington, is' in Washington, D. C. 1 J'ear is complete, and that the list of O.I :!ie Mth will appear before ' rrecks by sea, and fires and floods by the land commissioner in the hearing ! ?nd wdl not be made longer during as Jo the validity or title held under ' the remaining four weeks of the year. Valentine scrip, a test case involving The steamer Mich ifan, arrived in title to lands worth many millions of from the Sound, yesterday afternoon, dollars on Puget sound. The captain reports that sit 3.30, last Monday afternoon, about 5 miles W. There was a washout on the South- S. W. from Cape Flattery, he came em Pacific railroad near Delta last alongside the steamer Alki, from De Sunday morning, and an accident on"! partnre Bay, coal-laden for San Frau the north bound train. lngineer j cisco, disabled, and Hying signals of Baxter was killed. His body was J distress. The steamer's engine had fearfully mangled, being crushed to i broken down. The Michigan towed pieces beneath (he engine when it j her in to Neah Bay. On being asked left the rails and plunged down the had any British vessel been towed in to embankment. the Sound recently, the captain said, -r ,, . , . ". , . , , , "Yes," but that she waT not loaded, In the Washington legislature last but was li"ht. baturuay, liepresentative iMegler pre Crooked river and Skamania river, in order that navigation and commerce may be carried on uninterruptedly. The memorial was adopted. About a week ago a man named Michael Ryan, living near Chadwell, while going home, found a buckskin purse, ling in the road, about twelve miles from town, and advertised for sented a memorial asking for a sum- a ' v t J c- Vi ."" cient appropriation for the improve- S?a?n?i Clrt,1m -" 11CISC? ment of Gray's river, Deep river, 3"slrf "(lPml :! d?MTn nma the owner of it. The purse had two n 3" V" fr -T1 f bright twenty dollar pieces in it, and ifvfc1STafi,1,llro to prop vesterdav the heart of C. W. Eh and. erly display her lights. the owner, was made cdnd ! tho re- coven- of his property. .! -- The cost of running street railways , by horse-power, as compared with the cost of running them bv electricity, j has been a subject of a good deal of I inquiry. The JLlectricai Heneio says that upon close calculation the cost of a line running fifty cars operated withhorses is $300.75 a day; operated with electricity the cost is $69.50. The difference is $1.62 per day on each car. A telegram was received yesterdav by the O. R. & N. Co., says the Orego-, nian, stating that the salmon and oil j and some of the Idaho's cargo would be saved. This was good news to a gentleman who called around to in quire about the matter in which he was somewhat interested, as he had the results of his whole season's work in the Alaska fisheries on board, in the shape of pickled salmon, and some $4 in his pocket was all he had baside in the world. ; Jf&Lth- a"S -"-"-V uuuuauun nuuiiuuo me They ought to visit Seattle or Tacoma, if they want to see hilly streets. Main street is level and Benton street only moderately rising ground, in compar ison with streets elsewhere. The soft clay formation easily admits of grad ing, and there will never be anv diffi culty in making Astoria's streets as level as is required. It is one of As- toria's greatest natural advantages, that, it has so ho-mfiful i slnnr. fn lti rive4 be"! a slope to both Besides being hewers of wood and drawers of water, the Chinese, here, and hereabouts, are purveyors of swill to their majesties the pigs. They go from house to house, and gather up the fragments of the domestic cuisine, and feed their swinish flocks, there with, all same Norval, on the Gram pian hills. As pay for tho swill the Mongolian generally has an under standing with, the domestic boss, that he shall cut the kindling that starts the family fire; an arrangement that is mutually satisfactory. Bill collectors report collections good and money plenty. Talking of money, there's been considerable money put into timber claims from this section in the past two years; am? the most of which is still tied up. The amount runs up into the tens ot thousands of dollars. Considerable coin is also be ing invested in city and suburban property; but that comes mostly from the outside at present. There is one form of investment that is a poor ene: the sending of money away for things that could be got here for the same amount That is lost as a circulating medium. Tens of thousands of dol- lars go tough the post office every vear that could better be retained here, and make the community that much richer. The scene was on Third and Cass erossincr last Sunday night after church. The electric lijht was out and two youths were jostling the light to Bet the machinery working again. Two women stopped to wait for the car and proceeded to give themselves away after this fashien: "Which way do we go?' "Why, up this way." "But the car is coming from that way." "Yes, but one will come from the other way soon." "I don't see but one track." "Well, there's a switch here somewhere." "What are they doing with that electric lamp?" "Taking it down to light it, 1 suppose." "No, they don't light them in that way." "But Willie Trullinger takes them, down to clean them, why can't they light them, too?" Then the car came and the ladies got aboard. M IMXi: NKWS AND NOTES. Tl.e Jfidtujon arrived from Seattle i yesterday londed v,'ith coal for Port- land. The bark Janus Cltt-Uon, which I left Port Gamble with a cargo of lnm- J ber for San Francisco this week, re-1 turned to Port Townsend leakimr. i She had gone about fifty miles beyond ' Uape lattery when a leak was dis covered and she turned back. The General Miles is still lying at the , Willamette Iron ivories dock, says the journal, having discharged her car- busily engaged yesterday in removing many of the large ropes, chains, etc., from her two masts, preparatory to her fare well trip to her future home on the bound. , Captain Angerstein, of (he wrecked j Idaho, is in Victoria, lie reports the ship all cracked and fast breaking up, it being only a question of a short time when she will disappear entirely. The wreckers are still at work saving everything iossible. The efforts to save her having proved futile. As much of the stores and upper works as possible will be removed and the old steamer will be left to the mercy of the wind and waves. The barkentine building at Port Blakely by Hall Bros., for Captain George F. Smith, is ready for launch ing and will be named Inn yard, Captain Paul will command her. The vessel has a carrying capacity of S00, 000 feet of lumber, and can tow away 1,200 tons of sngar below decks. She is 1GS feet in length on the keel, and 196 feet in length over all. She has 37 1.1 feet beam, and a depth of Isold of 11 feet 4 inches. She will be em ployed in the Honolulu trade. The year of 1889 will be noted as 110 of catastrophe, and disaster on sea and shere: on tins coast, fire hasanni hilated property, and wind and wave have wrecked several vessels. Among other steamships known to Astoriaus, are the Alaslcan, the Fearless, the Ancon and the Idaho. It is to bo owners in the libel suit of the steam- j ship State of California against the i barkentine Portland, and in the com panion suit in which the relations of i the owners of the two vessels were re-' versed. The cases grew out of a col lision which occurred outside the heads over two years ago. The decis ion is in favor of the steamer, the 7i,.ii...,.n..: i.it ri.-i- r The Canadian Pacitic's steamer. Danube, upon her last leaving port was loaded unusually light, and short- h' after passing from the Columbia into tIie ocean, exceedingly rough weather was experienced and the half empty steamship was tossed around upon tue waves like a cork, and as one of her officers said, "half' the time she was standi u' right ' up on her hind legs" which j had the effect of making the crew j deathly seasick to a man, something i they hadn't been guilty of in all their years of seafanncr. On the down trip. very good weather, in comparison to the trip preceding was had, and the steamship safely rounded the treacher- ous rocks on the straits of Fuca, about twenty hours ahead of her ill fated sister, tho Idaho. PERSONAL MENTION. J. E. Sibley has been appointed postmaster at Hobsonville. T. S. Simpson arrived yesterday from Omaha, Nebraska, and will be associated with B. F. Allen in fine decorative houe work. Mrs. J. M. Buffiugton, for many years housekeeper at the the Occident hotel, has been dangerously .ick with typhoid fever, but is rapidly recover ing. Skatin- Party at tin Kink. L,. - . "KStFi iViri- m VV" slona nii. r l-- . f it. i ?"Bi T " i ie pera Jl0US0 last evening. The orchestra, a tb lea(lership oF prof w w l-iuoore, supplied nrst ciars music, which was thoroughly enjoyed. The following took part:" F. Barker and wife, O. Heilborn and wife, A. J. Megler and wife, T. D. Win ton and wife, W. J. Barry and wife, Mrs. J. W. Munson. Misses Winnie and Eliza McKeau, Alma. Olga and Laura Heilborn, Kate Grant, Minnie Sher man, Alice and Aggie Stockton, Lena Spelmeier. Ella and Clara Ruck er. Belle Douglas?, Annie Hart wig, Ella and Annie Pope Georgia Badollott, Birdie and Daisv Winton, Annie MclntTyre, Grace and Zoo Carruthers, Mary Gamer and Grace Butler, Messrs H. Sherman, W. A. Sherman, R. F. Astbury, A. G. Chntter, F. Guun, J. C. Clinton, I. R. Bennett, L. A. Granger, W.E.War ren, M. Hughes, H, Langworthy, H. Bell, and H. Findley. The club will use the opera house every Thursday evening except when in use for theatri cal purposes. Now the lad who through tho summer Has wandered fancy free. Begins to cultivate tho church, With an eyo on tho Christinas tree. Selling at Cost. Mrs. II. A. Derby is offering some , "JSS SS iSSZJJS& C fignrcs at which they can get goods at her millinery establishment. Comfortable Booms to .ut. Sinele. or en suite, at 3Irs. P. J. Good- man an's, X. W- comer Pirst and 3f adison streets. .Tnilr TTnirmmt rt ilw, TTn?fnJ juipuiiuuuu iu iiHvt.uuus una snip CLIPPED AND CONDENSER. POLITICAL PARAGRAPHS. ! I 02 T ""8 News Items From all Over the Northwest. J. D. Hamline'of Brown's National bank dropped dead in Spokane Falls I last Saturday of heart disease. , It is stated that Judge M. B. Miller, i ex-register Boise, Idaho, laud office, is j an inmate of the San Francicso poor ; i house. . I A Victoria, B. C, syndicate has cor-' i nered the potato market by storing 500 tons. Mayor Grant is conducting ' the deal. Pendleton has a fossil foot, II iu ' ches long. The Tribune thinks there J 1 must have been a prehistoric race of 1 giants in that portion of the country. ! A land slide at Tacoma last Wednes day destroyed several cars loaded with . freight on the track of the Northern Pacific Railroad company. No lives t were lost. j Samuel Sterling, has struck lieh placer mines on the head quarters of the Coquille. He reports having also ; found a very rich quartz ledge in the ' same vicinity. The Oregon uickel mine at Riddle, Douglas county, is said to be from a commercial standpoint the most valu able mine in the state, unless it he the iron mines. Miss Sabine is superintendent of , Portland's public schools, and the J Journal complains of the deplorable J condition of educational affairs there, which it attributes to the lady's exec utive incapacity. On the streets the other day, a I Pendleton young man was overheard offering a little girl ten cents to' tell a young lady he loved her a rouud about way of conducting a courtship which betokens a faint heart. Thirty suits have been brought in ' Polk county against the Narrow j Gauge Railroad company for damages ; on account of wheat burned dur- j iug the past summer. The amounts asked for will aggregate about 50, 000. C. A. Jones, a timber cruiser, while j out crusiug last Tuesday, found the skeleton of a man lying beside a large log near the bank of the north fork of the Stcilaguamish river, where it runs i through township 31, range 6 east, ' abont sixty-five miles east of Tacoma. Two other men were with Jones at the ' time. j Adjutant general O'Brien, of tho ' Washington National Guard, has fin-! ished his biennial report, which he ' wul submit to Governor Ferry as soon as it is printed. The report roviows in detail tho progress of the militia since the last report; shows that thero are 50,000 men subject to military duty in the state. They have a beer war over at Baker City as we learn from the Blade. One beer hall proprietor announces to sell at five cents per glass, another two for a nickel. Teams paraded the streets with carriages decorated with flags and banners, advertising the eventful news, and the beer drinkers were jubi-' lant that the days of cheap beer had ' The WaUulaierflZtZ says that there ic rmn rnilrrn rifniiiurr fliTVinrrli "Pocnr The maps published by the Head light, show seven. The Pilot says Hunt intends to build a round house at Pasco. The Herald doubts it be cause Hunt has not even a branch road rauniug there. All such stuff is for the man who does not go and put his "eve on Pasco." Tho residents of Orting, Wash., :i-e proud of the fact that they have a sensation in the shape of an elopement. Last week Mrs. Sophie Johnson, the 400-pound wife of lsak Johnson, pro prietor of the Scandinavian hotel, packed up all the available furniture in tho hotel and fled with the cook, a diminutive specimen of humanity that weighs only about 100 iounds. it look hard work and much argu ment to convince the Union Pacific oificials that fir possessed equal or greater strength than oak. It was finally proposed to furnish, at Omaha, free of cost euongh fir to make three cars as a test. This proposition was accepted by the Union Pacific. The cars built proved so satisfactorv that the result was the sale of 15,000,000 feet to the railway company in a short time. j A woman who claims to be the wife , of P. Rothentel. steward of the , steamer Mcnriv. and who is sup posed lo be the betrayed of Gaines Fisher, the livery man of Salem, com mitted suicide by poisoning at Seattle Weduesday morning. The cae is a remarkable one, as it brings out mis picions of several dark crimes. She left ti letter to the police stating that her husband burned her house in Sa lem for the insurance; that the girl j he had betrayed in Germany drowned herself, and intimated that he had' committed murder. The police have discovered that a man named Ingles, who acted as the custodian of the relief fund raised in Spokane Falls at the time of the big fire there, was in Manitoba this week. Ingles skipped out with $20,000 or more of the funds last summer, and is ' now scattering his ill-gotten gams m Canada. He put in a few lively days in Winnipeg, having visited question able places, gambled away a good sum of money, aud finally, as a wind up, treated a number of "friends" to a grand supper atone of the leading hotels in the city. Something now in gaming may be seen in a Pendleton beer hall. The visitor is confronted on entering by an apparent picture gallery, eighteen hundred photographs of actresses be ing arranged in rows. Behind these photos are hidden the pictures of steers, sheep, bulls and horses. The game consists in planking down your half a dollar, taking a whip which is handed you aud pointing at the likness of some fairy clad femalo which may strike your fancy. The photo is then lifted, and if thepioture disclosed is that of a steer yon get nothing, if a sheep $1, if a bull $2, if a horso $10. Tho Dalles Times - Mountaineer says: "About two months ago, we are informed, a yonug man named Gordau, living n few miles from this city, left his mother's farm driving a band of horses lo the Willamette val ley, over the Cascade mountains, the proceeds of which he intended to de vote to a course of study at the busi ness college at Portland. His mother packed his trunk, and sent it to his address in Portland. Nothing has been heard from him, and the trunk ha3 not been called for. The mother is wild with grief, and cannot conjec ture what has become of her boy, whether he has been murdered or perished in the mountains." The New Telegraph Lino. The "Western Union's new line to Astoria on the south side of the Co lumbia is already out some five or six miles ou the line of tho Northern Pa cific The work will be pushed with all possible vigor. Oregonian 3, Ludlow's Ladies' So.00 Fine Shoes; also Flexible Kami turned French Kids, at p. J. Goodman's. M. C. Crosby, the Republican nom inee for mayor at the ensuing election, made formal acceptance yesterday of the nomination hi a letter to E. A. Taylor, chairman of the Republican city convention. Apart from any political preferences The AsToniAX believes that in nomi nating Mr. Crosby for that position the Republican convention has named a man eminently qualified for the posi tion, and who will fill the mayors chair with dignity and ability. ' Marcus Schlussel yesterday bet one ! hundred dollars with Judge Page that Win Barry would beat Harry Smith for chief of police. The interest in next Wednesday's election will center on the question of ' who shall be chief of police. I Though that is an important office, I and one on which the peace and quiet of the city greatly depends, yet there are others of importance also. With the exception of harbor mas ter, which doesn't amount to much, there isn't a single office but has im portant duties attached to it. Take, for instance, the office of eit . surveyor. Our citizens iu the next two years will need the best talent procurable in that direction; streets, grades, etc., will be of paramount im-' portauce. In tho person of H. B. Thielsen we have a man of recognized experience and ability, and in electing him the people will be aiding them-! selves to good work in that depart-1 ment. Don't commit suicide! If m have dyspepsia: witli headache, heartburn, dbtreus in the stomach, no appetite. ' anil are all worn out but take Hood's Saraparilla anil be cured. It creates an aiipelite, and gently legulatcs the digs ' Hon. Sold by drugqists. - ., A I VI OK TO lUt'Viii ::. Mks. Win -.low's Son hum- Syjiup should always be used tor children teething. It soothes the Huld, s-o teu the gum-, allays all pain, curt" wind chohc, and is thi" bi'si remedy fordiar-rhoia.'venty-five petite a bniiie Report of Com t Street School, DM. No. 1. For the month ending November 22, 1889: No. days attendance, G,227. No. days absence 2I4:J. No. cases" tardi ness 4. No. registered 352. Average daily attendance 303. The sixth grade carries the banner for the next month for punctuality. We invito patrons and friends of , onr school to visit us, especially on ' Fridays at 3 p. M. at which time teach ers are required to exhibit their meth- j ods of teaching different branches. 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Sad, H ilAIIII oii 'Plwifmr vvm USii SdilllCty S1 Proeonf KKEN yiiiiS g 13 CO h o H H as W - oJS CO CO CO OS C23 ms GO Cs53EE3 The Terminus Of The ek7 JL ? sOr WeH ave a Limited Number of Lo ts in this Fine Addition which we 5 for aLS;3atiST F i KEEPS IN S12 vim Finest Woolen Goods for Suitings. ALL THE LATEbT STYLES. He buys for Cash, at Eastern Prices. He Guarantees the JJest Workmanship on all garments. Call and see for yourselves. Earth's Block, Astoria THE EEAVETST PATENT CANT'DOQ. Successors to KIRK SHELDON. HEADQUARTERS TOR LOGGERS' SUPPLIES. Agency for ATKINS' CELEBRATED SAWS. LANDER'S LOGGING JACKS. GENERAL HARDWARE. 131 Front Street, ZMdLJbl Astoria Eeal Estate Co. Office First Door South In Blocks 21 9 23 and 289 HUSTLER & AIKEN'S ADDITION. Less than 1 Mile From the Postoffice. SIXTY of these Lois sold within the past 8 days. The price of this Choice Froperty is going up daily, and may be taken off the market at any time. Price of Lots, SI 15 to $160, according to Location. 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