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SUNDAY OCT. U. ISSI
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Transient advertising by the day or week,
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er who contemplate altsaice from the city can
tuirc TiiK Astokiax follow tlirm. Daily
r Wkkkly editions to any jumt -office icilh
nut tidilUianal expense. AddrsKtes vati he
citiiuuaiaxofUnux tia-ircd. Ijcavc unit r tit
tin: cimntinu room.
. The Alpha sails for Tillanux.k to
day with a full cargo.
J. Perata caught a 05 and a 70
pound salmon Frida' night.
H. It. Spedden and wife are back
from their visit to the interim.
Ice Cream to-day anil to-morrow :
ready at." r. :., at Frank Fabrc'.s.
The California went, to sea at S
o'clock yesterday morning.
Penanchee Creams nn"d Opera Cara
mels at the Atoria Candy Factory.
M. E. Smith's residence is the
finest on Clatsop plains.
The steamer Oregon is expected
down to-day, twenty-four hours ahead
The 0. J. IJrenham has been un
dergoing repairs, and is now ready for
A raft of of 250,000 feet of logs
was received by the "West Shore Mills
A furnace to burn the waste from
the box factory is being put up at
The steamer Walla Walla, hence
from 2s ew York, arrived at Rio Janeiro
Henry Villard and parly arrived
in Port land yesterday on their return
trip from Puget Sound.
Met rill & McGregor's box factory
will not run till Tuesday, on account
of breaking a boiler support.
The machinery of the .Sam will
be taken out and replaced by that for
merly used on the Gold Dust.
Services of the M. E. church in
the Baptist church, this morning at 1 1
o'clock, by Rev. P. C. Uetzelcr.
The ladies who left the magnifi
cent bouquet on our desk yesterday
afternoon will please accept thanks.
The school house at upper Asto
ria is receiving the finishing touches.
It will be convenient and commodious.
The Belle of Oregon left for Wal
kers Island yestcrda, where she will
unload, Ocklahama towing, Ferchcn
The British ship Strathbane ar
rived from Adelaide last, evening;
Pilot Latham, Columbia and Astoria
Miss Mury and Kate Taj'lor, Mrs.
F. Ferchen and Capt. A. W. Berry
returned by the Fleetwood from Port
The .barkenttnc Mclancthon ar
rived in San Francisco last Friday,
the barkentine Portland sailed from
there hence, the same da'.
Governor Thayer on Friday ap
pointed S. R. Hammer, of Salem, C.
Beal, of Portland, Frank It. Lovell,
of Westport, notaries public for the
state of Oregon.
Wm. Williams, an employe of tho
O. R. and N. Co., was ruu over by
two freight cars at The Dalles last
Wednesday night, and died the next
morning. Ho leaves a family; his
parents reside in Bcnicia, California.
The Standard says that, the rea
son Portland does n't improve its wa
ter outlet to the sea is because the
bars between there and the mouth of
the Columbia would be so many de
fenses against a hostile fleet captur
ing Oregon's metropolis.
The contract for furnishing the
Walla Walla Court house was let tu a
Portland firm, and the Statestr.au
complains that business men who have
been paying taxes for the past twenty-
five years in that county are left out j
in the cold, although one bid from a
firm there was 500 leas than the
Tlie Darwinian Creed.
I believe in a chaotic, nebular, sulf
existcnt cvolvcr of heaven and earth;
and in the differentiation of the orig
nal homogeneous mass; its first be
gotten product which was self-formed
into land and water, self-organized
into plants and animals, reproduced in
like species, further developed into
higher orders, and ultimately refined,
rationalized and perfected in man; he
descended from the monkey, ascended
to the philosopher, and sitteth down
in the rights and customs of civiliza
tion, under the laws of a developing
sociology; from thence he shall come
again by the disintegration of the
heterogenized cosmos, back into the
original homogeneousness of chaos. I
believe in the wholly impersonal ab
solute, the disunion of the saints, the
survival of the fittest, the peisistence
of force, the dispersion of the body,
and in death evci lasting.
Service at the Episcopal church
this morning at 11 o'clock; Bishop
--The following is the estimate of
the area of coal lauds which yet re
main the property of the 1'nitcd
States: Washington Tciritory, S2C,
090; Oregon, -114,555; California, 1M0,
020; Colorado, 1,127,025; Uiah, 2,
702,020; New Mexico, 10,000.
The Albany Register says that the
appropriation for the work on the bar
at JYaquina bay is about expended,
and if contributions are not received
soon the work will necessarily have to
be stopped nnt'l another appropria
tion can be secured, and at present
this seems a long way in the future.
".TrsTAsGoon."- One of 1113' friends
who had been using Fellows' Com
pound Syrup of Ilypophosphhes for
Consumption, was induced by one of
our druggists to take another prepara
tion of Hypophosphites, which, he
said, was "just as good, if not better."
The use of half a bottle taught him
that, if he would consult his safety, he
must return to your syrup again.
Gkekwi: C. Foot, Madison-House
Hotel, Baltimore, Md.
A San Francisco dispatch of the
7th says: The American ship Dakota
was chartered to-day to load wheat at
Tacoma at DOs, l". K. She came to
Tacoma with railroad iron, and will
load theie because the freight charge
from Portland to Tacoma on her cargo
will be less than the cost of taking in
and discharging ballast, which would
be necessary if she came to the Co
lumbia river to load. Two or three
other vessels now on the way to Ta
coma with railroad iron will probably
load in the s-unc way. Comment on
the above is needless.
Speaking of the wheat ma: kef tho
Oregoniau says that SI 021 per cental
may be fairly quoted as the top of tho
market for valley wiieat, and Walla
Walla at 00 cents per bushel to the
farmer, besides sacks, at the different
points in eastern Oregon where there
can bo an assured early delivery. In
freights, nothing new lias developed
during the week except that the fears
of a full market value in Europe,
coupled with the high figure for wheat
hero, has restrained any chartering on
the basis of asking rates for ship3 duo
or about due; and it :s doubtful
whether an iron ship would now com
mand above DO shillings to U. K., and
wooden at S7s Gil, although higher
rates are :iskcd. It is hoped that tho
greed of shipowners will be appeased
on the basis of current oflerinj.-.
There will be divine service on
board the Derbyshire at. the Farmer-'
wharf to-day, at 2 o'clock r. ii., and
at upper Astoria at 0 r. v., Rev. J.
Mrs. Wm. Olseu and child, Poit-
land; Captain E. Starr, Portland;
John Ellis, Clatsop; G. W. 1'onner,
Wiluski; J. W. Watts, Oregon City;
John A. Foster, Portland; F. C. Sav
age, Hugh Cameron, Mis Cameron,
Portland; Daniel McLennan, D. P.
Ross, W. T. Boss, A. C. Cameron,
L. McFarlan, M. McFarlan, J. A.
Mcintosh, Daniel T. Ross. W. G.
W. H. Tackelt, Wiluski Crceek;
F. B. Humiston, Westport; F. N.
Getchell, city; Geo. H. Beach, St.
Helens, Cal.; Geo. W. Pardeu, Chas.
S. Cole, B. J. McKeviti; Wm. Gorr
mann, Knappa; H. Thompson, Cvrus
0. Taylor, Yamhill; L. F. B.nzer,
J. W. Haskins, Knappa.
M. E. Social.
A social for the boncGt of (lie new
31. E. church yv.is given at the resi
dence of Mr. C. Brown; last Friday
evening, and yvas one f the finest of
the kind ever given in Astoria. The
evening was spent in recitations ly
Dr. A. C. Kinney, F. D. Winton and
Miss rovn, interspersed with instru
mental music, singing and games
by the young folks. -Great praise
must be tendered to Mrs. C. Brown,
Mrs. Dr. Kinney and Mrs. Elberson
for their success in pleasing all the
guests. Quite a sum was netted for
the church. The following ladies and
gentlemen were present: Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. A. C. Kinney, Mr. and Mrs. Dr.
Tuttle, Mr. and Mrs. Winton, Mr.
and Mr3. Bergman, Mr. and Mrs.
Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Gearhart,
Mrs. -Arndt, Mrs. Mallory, Mrs.
Cherry, Mrs. Merrill, Mrs. Chappcl,
Mrs. Douglas, Mrs. S. Matthews, Mrs.
E. C. Plolden, Mrs. Henderson, Mrs.
Kinsey, Mrs. Johns, Mrs. Dr. Crang,
Mrs. Barker, Mrs. Leo Noe, Mrs.
Capt. Rogers, Mrs. Humphrey, Mrs.
Laton, Mrs. E. S. Warren, Mrs. M.
J. Kinney, Mrs. Trenchard, Mr?.
Reeves, Mrs. Grimes of Sacramento,
Cal., Misses Laura Sherman, Jennie
Craiiir. Winnie Cntii-;. Maud Saf-
fareus, Nora Wilson, Nettie Wilson,
Myra Bailey, Lou Morris, Kate David
son, Marie Shae, May Derby, Fanny
Taj'lor and Jessie Sullivan. Messrs.
D. A. Mcintosh, Brenham Van Dnsen,
iV. Taylor, B. F. Stevens. John Mont
gomery, Aberuith, Scott IJozurth, L.
E. Selig, Eaton, Herman Pracl, Ed
gar Clough, Mead, McC'ormack, Ebeu
Rogers, Capt. Reeves, and others
whoe names we were unable to pro
cure. New "M. E. Churcli.
Thy church which the Methodist
Episcopal congregation are building on
Jefferson street is evidently perfect in
its conception and when completed
will be admired for its neatness, con
venience and beauty-. The church ex
tension society of that church did a
wise thing when they began to fur
nish architectural plans for cheap
churches. For beside being superior
in most cases to the designs of local
architects, they can be obtained at a
nominal cost. This denomination are
said to build about four hundred
churches a year, about one-half of
which are built according to these
plans. This is a neat plain church
32x55, 10 feet posts, raised ceiling,
giving twenty feet six inches in the
center, gallery' across the front end,
with vestibule in the center and class
room at each side, communicating
yviih the audience room by folding
doors, making all the room available
and giving good accommodations for
the Sunday school. The entrance
door3 yvill open outwaid, which is an
excellent arrangement in case of fire
and should be adopted for all public
buildings. Tho doors and windows
arc gothic style, and in each end near
the ceiling is a circular window, hung
on pivots, which will help the ventila
tion. The inside appearance will prob
ably surpass the outside. Underneath
the floor of the church is a room
12x32 feet, the purpose of which the
builder is often asked t explain.
Some think it must be a baptist 13
But a portable furnace is to be put in
that room for heating the room, which
yvill be the only one in the city thus
heated, and the advantages of this
mode arc so manifest that they need
no mention. Jackins & Montgomery
yvill put in the furnace as soon as they
can get it here. Suffice it to say that
the contractors are doing excellent
yvcrk and, in the judgment, of the
bnildmg committee, are striving to
carry out the true intent ami mean
ing of the plans.
On after this dale an additional 10
cents per cord yvill be charged on all
orders for sawed yvood not accompanied
by the c:eli. at ("rajs yvood yard. July
A bugsiy top, on the hill mad leading
to Smith's point. Any mm finding the
same, or knowing of il whcrealMiuts,
yvill confer a fay or by informing Dr.
JCumey. the oyvner. ::t.
Xotiee to the i'uhlic.
After this datr thi'iv yvill he no more
.-our San Francisco beer Mild at the
Mint Sninou. Nothing but .Mike Myers
celebrated A.-toria llrewcry lieer yvill
be kept. Opposite the Oregon llailway
and Navigation coinpanys dock.
"iVilllaniwport Properly .
Creat bargains are mm offered in the
city of "Williamsport fr anv persons
yvishing ti locate from one lot to live,
acres. It is yvell adajiteil for gardens,
dairy ranches or pleasant homo-: yell
elevated, situated one mile .south or
Astoria on Youngs bay, yvith a good
graded road to the place. For further
information call at my resilience near
the cemetery. John Wii.i.iam-o.w
Xpw "Jlllliuery KNtnltlisIuuciit.
Mrs. Ji. S. Warren opens to-day a inl
and eomplelestock of millinery at her es
tablishment, comer Cass and .lelferson
streets. Her stock comprises all that is
new in the matter of hats, bonnets,
dress trimmings, wools, zephyrs, rilj
bons and all the bijouterie usually
found in a ftrst-clas- millinery anil
fancy goods store.
A'otice to Heer Drinker.-.
I notice that the National Uiewery
Deor and the Chicago Hrcwery J5eer. and
all the San Francisco beer, is getting
sour in Astoria. Now the only beer that
does not get sour is Mike Myers Astoria
Ihewery Beer. You yvill find ifsyveet
at the Chicago house, fresh on draught
every dav. Squivsle.vck.
I am composed of twenty letters:
w "' -""NOTICE TO TUB PUBLIC
My 2, 4, .", 11, 7, 12 is a man's
My !.', 5, 11, (5, 0 is ladies' work. I
My 4, 5, G is a little insect.
My 5, 13, 13, 5 is a time of day.
My li. 10, 4, 5, 3 you return to a
My 1, 7, 4, ( is an article of food, j
My 7, 4, Sis an organ of the head. L, pAMj f op isMmSm
My S, 11, J), 10 is a man of wealth. I
My !), 10, 4, 5. 0 is a hymn in aj the FINEST,
My 10,'1'J, S, 5 is the beauty of an
My 4, 12, -J, 1 is a California news
paper. My 5, 7, 4, 0 is a charm 111 a lady.
My 0, 11, 1, 7 is marked by the
My 0,11,5 is largely used in As
toria. My 4, 12, 7 is a beverage.
My 11.8, 13, 5 iis a metal.
My 12, 4, G, 10 is used for building.
My 13, 8, 7 is buried in rocks.
My 8, 4, 8, 7 is not easily found.
Read the initials downward and
you'll find the name of a store in As
toria. Furnished Itoonix to I.i-
At Mrs. MuiiMm's lodging houe.
Mr. Anton Ilieloh is my authorized
agent yvlule L am absent from 1 lib city
and anv orders left with him for the
Celebrated Chicago liccr will be promptly-attended
to. .1. Stkai .
Agent for ( gn. and Y. T.
S. An j orders for beer from the
interior, please addre: J. Stkai?.-.
Can Anton rn:t.oii, Astoria. O-jti
Adjust. Liquidate. Receipt.
1). C. Ireland, late editor of Tin A
ToKi.vx may be found at the Mayor's
office, in the City hall. Astoria, prepared
to adjii-t all accounts of Tin: A-tokiax
up to the end of 'September, issi ; liqui
date all claims and demands, and re
ceipt for all balances due Sept. :aih.
issi. for sub-crintions. advertlsintr. job
Minting, etc. All account.- inu.-t be et
tled by the first day of Xoy ember, issi.
Bills for interior .-ub.-eription-. etc
yvill be fonvarded to all immediately.
Subscribers yvho have paid in advance
yvill be furnished with the paper by my
.-uceessors. until the ccpiniizon of the
time paid for.
Advertising contracts paid in advance
yvill also be completed by Messrs. llal
loran Co. i). C. 1ki:i.am.
Max. Wagner's San Francisco Na
tional brewery beer can't be beat.
P. Wilhelin, Boss saloon, oppo-ite
the Clarendon hotel, Portland. Oregon.
Cocoauut Caramels, fresh to-day, at
the Astoria Candy Factory.
Max Wagner has had his place re
painted, and it is now more aitractiye
than ecr. Stop as you go by. tf
Mr. .John lingers oft he Central Mar
ket, has made arniusremeni.- to keep ail
the finest fresh fish. etc.. in their sca-oit.
Never go .-hopping without con
suiting the advcrii-iii; column-of Tmk
AsToitiAX. The Vtill tell ei: yylu-re
the bet bari'aius'arc to le had. ami 111-I
yvhat merchants arc alive and iSomu
I. I.KINKXWKI-.KK. ' IIIKAM I'.KfiW.N.
Leinenweber & Co.,
TAMERS MB CURRIERS,
4 I.I. KINDS OF
yVholesale Dealers in
(Mix AND TALLOW.
BOOTli and SHOES
"IIiBhc-t rti-li price paiil Tor Ilnle ami
Notice to Contractors.
QKAi.Ki) vitorosAi.s wii.t. i:i: i:k-
O ceixeil at the ofiireof the Amlilor nml
Clerk of the City of Astoria, until Monday,
October lilt h 11. at 2 o'clock i 11.. for the
iinprnveinent anil n'palr of WY-t tit li -treel
in Slavery's Astoria, imm the mirtli line of
Water street to the ninth line of I'eilar
street, by removing all defective pih-,
stnnjrers. isip, or other timbers, ami -nb-stitntin
therefor new ami -omul pile-.
strinRers, caps, or other tiuibeis. -miliar to
those useil in the 1-011-; nu I ion of the original
roadway or street, ami by the removal of nil
defective plank 011 -aid portion of said si ret t
and suhstitutiu;: therefor new and -iiiml
plank of not le-s thaimhrcc Inches 111 ihik-ne-s.
Allof.-:iid work to beilnitelu aeeor -
ance with the pmvtMoiis of ordinance No. m;
of.-;iid cltv. Uals nut-t Mate the price for ie-
pamni; in front of each lot scparateij. luieh
hid inn-t be accompanied with a uanintie
siirncd by two n-iton-ible lax payers, to the
eltect that if the contract be avranled to
.-itch bidder that he will, within forty-eij;ht
hours alter mhIi award U made, cuter into
contnict with the citv of Astoria I lien'for.
and will ;iveaboml to the city, with two
;ood and .-tttticicut securities, for the faithful
performance of his contract. Tin ri'ht Jo
refect any or all bids. Is reserved.
Uy order of the Common Council.
A. O. Sl'KNAKTII.
Wm. li. IIE.VDINCTON
Committee on Streets and 1'iiblic Vnv.
Astoria, October.!, isfl.
City License Notice.
4 I.I. TKAM. mi.UAltD AND TIC.KON
xJl HoleTableaml Hotel runner Hcciims for
the quarter ending December ni-t are due
-imltmt-tbe paid iniincdiatelv at the Ciu
Treasurer's oltice. r.'c. NOKKIS.
Auditor and Clerk.
The price? of .subscription to The
Wkkki.y Astii:iax lias been reduced
to 2 per nnuuiii yvlien paid in ndvanee.
If not paid in advance the old price or
S3 yvill be charged.
; T jj j.
. mm receiving their
Ami hes selected Mock ever brought to this
Fancy Goods and Notions,
Mpiin and Boys Clothing,'
Hals. Caps. Boots and Shoes.
Tlte mo-it of uli'rli we receiye tllr.-ct from
New VmIj. Call o:m ami all. and ev-
amme Htr j"!-. :n well a- r
F.XTKKMF. LOW PRICKS,
r.creKi: i-i'itkii sii. yxvyvnr.Ki: ri.si
Comer of Clienaiiiii- and Main Street-,
31 rc. i j. Williamson,
All Kind- of
LADIES UNDERWEAR, ETC.,
Corner ir'"av and. Iclier-oii st rpeN, Astoria.
sryt:iuiiiii) and Dns Making done to
John Rogers, Central Market,
Has nveiyeil a large Invoice of
r.AUKKLS AND HALF KAUUKLS
f the hr-l i-uality.
Ami i-iiou ren! !i Mipnlv itiitehers Can-iierie-
:iinl all ut'ii'is. ehe:p for rush.
(PATETD JUNE 13TB, 1370.)
FOR SALE BY
mils i..s-.rn rn, cndki: cai:k ok
jl le si-ter-of Chanty. I-now readv for
Ihr reeepr.iHI of pattellls.
I'rivale rooms nr I be aeeommodatiou of
;.ll ib'-iriu 1 Ili'ltl.
l''aiieiitsmlmUled : all hout.day or nilit.
No ph-ieian has eeluslve ritjht. every
paltent free to ami has the privilege of
eiiip.iM-j :in phy-ieiait they prefer.
l::itel Stairs "!I:irine
seamen who iy Ho-pital Dues. are enti
tled to I'nveiire a'mt atieudaitce at this 11ns
IMtal iliirine -u-kiM'-''. Permits must lie ob
tained for I'niled Mate- Marines at I he Cus
S.I.-TKK.S OK ClIAKITV.
Choice ('midio. ftcsli made every
day. at the A.-toriu Candy Factory.
Vineirar or the very best quality can
be Itnd of Max Wanner, in any quanity
at 'a) cents jier gallon.
t"e en-am at Ito-eoe- oyster and n
freshnieiit .-nlomi m Occident hotel
The New rotanient authoried
edition revi-ed, for twentj-five cents at
Charles .Stevens and Sons City Hook
Profeor A. !.. Frnnei:. will be in
AMoria in a few day- to attend to any
business in his line.
I. .1. '"iMitlmaii. on Cheiianius .street,
has ju.-t received the latest and most
fashionable style of sjents and ladies
lKots. shoes, etc.
If von want the best of fruit and
! vegetable.-, fresh every day. call at T.
1 1. liayvnii.s ii on Moie. .inin micci,
Charles Mevens & .Son are in re
ceipt of a line ,-toek of mouldings, and
are now prepared to make picture
frames to order. Call and inspect their
For the tieiiuine .1. 14. .Cutter old
Unurhou. unit the be.-t of wines, liquors
and San Francisco beer, call at the Clem,
opposite the bell lower, and see Cit'.np
liell. Switches, curls, frizzes. yv:;.s and
ornamental hair yvork. made rromcomb
iin;s or cut hair, in the latest style, at
the Occident hair dressing saloon. Or
der bv mail promptly attended to.
OPEN TO ALL !:
Still continues at the I X L Store
Here is an opportunity to purchase Dry
Goods, Clothing, etc., etc., atthe
As iho remaining; slock of Summer Goods
MUST BE CLOSED OUT
To make room for an Enormous Fall Stock!
I LET EVERYBODY l"
Take Advantage of This;
5f. B. The public is well aware that
I cany out to the letter all things
as advertised, Recvgnizing uo 1fiM r
a m cooler,
I X L St ore-f near
The Boss Coffee and Tea Pot
TWO nnOKSKAST OK ()CC!f)EST,
FTTENTTURE S BEDDING
AND DKA1ER IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
"WINDOAV COKNICES" AND CURTAIN POLES
Complete in every branch.
is sch:i:iok to most, and i.-. kcki.i.fjj isy nonk ox this coast
JOHN IIAHjS, - - PJEiOPKIETOK,
- CHENAMUS STREET, - ASTORIA, OREGON.
ctj-Onleis lett at the OF.U.M.VNIA UKKl: JIAIJ. will be promptly attended to.-5
$7 30 PER BARREL OF 30 GALLONS.
I.AKOK ORDRHS IX I.IICK I'KOPORTIOX.
Less Quantities, - - SO Cents per Gallon
Bottled Beer, - - - " SI 50 per Dozen
KPSpecial attention paiil to urUcr from I'nblic Houses and Families.--.
.MAIX STKELT. - - ASTOKIA
FKOM THIS DATK TIIK ChicaRO House
will be converted into a Iodidn.c house,
and beds can be had at the following re
duced prices :
c .o j
This lloase lias been renovated throughout
and will be furnished with fine French spring
beds. Parties wLsliiiuza good bed w ill please
give me a call.
X. WKIMAX, Proprietor.
Parker House, Astoria.
MAY BE HAD Of
Also. Aient for the celebrated
- - ASTORIA. OREGON
Piles for Sale.
Mr. A. H. McMillan W prepared to furnish
Fir or Hemlock Piles
IX AXV AMOUNT TO ORDER, AND OX
Ixave orders at the store of Trenchard &
( r address. A". B. MCMILLAN .