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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1882)
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SUNDAY OCTOBER U 1SS2
ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
J. P. HALLORAN Sz COMPACT,
rL'l:i.IMIP.KS AND I'KOI'IMKTOJ:-.
Astunan Building, Cass Sti-cet.
Terms of Subscription .
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m by awil. four &iouths................5.". 00
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Froo of Postmro tu Subscribers.
r Advertisements inserted by the year nt
be rate of Si .TO per square per month.
Transient advertLMns, by tho day 01 wool:.
3fty eonts pot square for each insertion.
No senator yet.
The Yiola came down last evening
Tlio river front shows tip well in
the matter of vessels.
Mr. Smith of Tilhunoolc,
for Caples, j'csterday.
I'rosby tenan church Preaching
by the pastor at 11 a. ai.
Regular morning and evening ser
vice at theM. E. church to-da3'.
The Boston Comic Opera com
pany will play here on the 2d and 3d
-Lieut. Willis Wittch, 21st In
fantry, changes station this month
from Foil Townsend to Fort Cunby.
Row WinGcld .Scott, D. D., will
preach at the Baptist church to-night
at 7 o'clock. The public cordially in
vited. -Lights aic being placed so that
tho people can got to the Baptist
church without endangering their
Congregational church Preach
ing as usual at 11 a. m., by the pastor,
lecturu to young people at 7 i ai.
Sunday school at noon.
If. 13. No. 1, "providing for pilot
age on Columbia and Williamette riv
ers," was passed as amended. Wc
will publish the bill as soon as it is re
ceived from tho state printer.
Adam Callin was placed in nomi
nation for joint councilman for the
counties of Cowlitz, Wahkiakum, Pa
cific and Chehalis at the Yancouver
Democratic convention. Tho next
convention will raeot in Walla Walla.
Ordors have been issued that the
work of track laying on the Baker City
branch of the O.R.& X.Co.'sroad shall
bo pushed with vigor to the summit of
tho Blue mountains. This will bring
tho track within 25 miles of Grand
- There are 42 pupils in Mrs. Robb's
room in the school of District No. 18.
Miss Lawrence has GO in Her room.
inc last named lady was called to
Salem on Wednesday to sec her father
who is dangerously ill. Miss Clara
Hewitt has charge in her absence.
- Shipping News.
The Walla Walla came in yesterday
from tho Sound, loaded with coal; the
Mississippi came in from San Fran
cisco with freight and combustibles.
The Dauntless and Sarah Bell were
towed down from Portland, and tho
Trevelyan up. The British bark Easter
hill, sixty-three days from Auckland,
arrived in, in ballast; the ship Patri
cian, thirty-one days from Yokohama,
arrived in. The Starbuck and Cum
brian are outside.
Thursday night, because of tho sud
den rise in the Cowlitz rivor, tho
boom above Freeporl, used to catch
logs, broke away, owing to the great
number of logs that had come
down and lodged in the boom, and the
wholo lot, amounting to nearly a mil
lion of foot, went down the river and
out into the Columbia. This entails
..V....J H ujuii uiu luyyers who canj
illy afford to stand it. . Tho steamer!
",rT was tied un bolow ihn im,..,.
opwas tieuup below the boom,
uu came very near being torn to
pieces )jy the rush of logs. St a suar d.
The assessment roll for Clatsop county !
for 1882 is about made up. The county
court adjourned last Thursday. Tho
rate of taxation for county purposes
was Bet at eight mills; this, with tho
state tax which is eight and a half
millB, will givo a total of sixteen and
a uau nuiiB tax ior tne current year.
Last year tho rate was twenty mills,
showing a reduction of taxation for
Una year of three and .1 half mills.
The tax roll for 1881 gave the total
raluation of property at $2,07G,G22;
amount of property subject to tax
ation, 1,450,000; this year the total
valuation of county property foots up
$2,500,000; . subject to taxation,
ISi'kciai. to Tin: ATOKl.VX.
Salcm, Oct. 14, 1SS2.
Threo ballots were taken to-day,
the last, the thirty-first, being no
mora decisive, than the first one, .1
month ago. Mitchell got 38; Shat
tuck, 21); Falling, 0: Lord, 8; .f. F.
Cayles, 3; Williams, Mallory, Herman,
Bernard, and Marion one each. Ad
Iu Aurora, Oregon, Oct. 11th, at
11:45 p. ii., Mr. George Giesy, of
Willapa, W. T., of consuption. Mr.
S." Giesy, father of deceased, came to
Aurora with his son on or about July
1st, believing that the climate of Ore
gon might bo better than that of
Washington territory for his invalid
son. For a while it so appeared,
until last Tuesday for the first time
George was compelled to take to his
bed during the day. But now his
sufferings are over, lie leaves behind
many loving ft tends who in tears
sympathize with the bereaved parents.
Yol'Xu'.s River, Oct. 1 L
Miss. Clara Bender has just closed
a four months school in district No.
, with satisfactory results. She has
been untiring in her efforts to make
tho school a success, and has not
failed to please all in the interest she
has taken, but has won the respect and
esteem of all who have become ac
quainted with her in her short so
journ in this place.
School begins iu district No. ,
next week, with Mr. Dow as teacher.
Astokia, Oregon, Oct, 14, 1882.
Again the Queen of the Pacific took
half of Astoria's freight up the creek.
Our merchants and cuunerymen are
subjected to constant annoyance, and
their complaints are getting so nu
merous that a remedy should be de
vised. Lot us subscribe from 1 to 5
each, and place the stun in the hands
of a lawyer with instructions to make
a tc3t case of it. Wo would certainly
win it and thus .stop the evil that at
present so grievously affects us.
As the winter season has set in and
the amount of business done after
eight o'clock ais easily be. dono
beforo that hour without iuconvence
to the purchaser, 1 would suggest that
the stores close at 8 i m. Sunday
excepted, believing that such an
action would be conducive to the
health and energy of merchant and
salesman alike by having a few hours
during the evening for I heir own
"Will Close at Eight O'clock.
AsToniA, Oct. 14, 18S2.
We the undersigned merchants of
Astoria, agree to close our places of
business at 8 o'clock every even
ing (Saturday excepted) from and after
this date, until April 1st 1883:
I. W. Case, D. A. Mcintosh, C. H.
Cooper, Prael Bros., B. F. Stevens
& Co., Magnus C. Crosby, Geo. W.
Hume, D. K. Warren, Wilson &
Fisher, per II. F., Chas Heilborn, E.
R. Uawes, Wherry & Co., P. J.
Goodman, Frank L. Parker, E. A.
Quinn, John A. Montgomery, A. V.
Allen, A. Van Dnseii A- Co., I. J.
Arvold, Foard & Stokes, A. M. John
son, Bergman - Berry, S. Schlussel,
Loeb & Co., N. Loeb.M. W. Gallick,
I. Cohen, M. Wise, C. I
Paul Parker with C. L. 1
To tho Public.
Dr. Aug, C. Kinney gives notice that
he must withdraw fronnill practice, ex
cepting hosnital and office practice, for
l ms authorizes T. beelye, sole agent
fAst0ria. oC lIlP Washee or Medical
jaKc water. 1m.11. 1.. j.acox.
Persons wishing the same impure at
Central market. T, Seki.ve.
Mr. .John Rogers of the Central Mar
ket. has made arrangements to keep al
ue imebi iresn nsn, etc., 111 their season
Fancy soaps and perfumery of all
kinds can be found al J. W. Conn's drug
store, opposite Occident hotel.
Have you tried a stew or pan roast
ns 1 rank Fabre cooks it ? Order one and
you 11 thank us for the advice.
. -"A very comple.e assortment of blank
books, all sizes, styles and prices at the
City book store.
A large consignment of clocks just
received at Adler s.
Prof. .i.F. Meyer wishes to inform
the public and his pupils that he is now
settled and intends remaining here. lie
is prepared to give music and also
French lessons. Scholars practicing
will find every convenience for .study
and improvement, at his residence. His
experience renders this an opportunity
which it is worth while to any one to
A11 Oyster Yam.
1 never found anything but once
here in excess of my expectations, or
even approaching them, and that was
tho New York oysters. I had just
then come from Oregon, where oys-
ten aw very small and insignificant,
mulThad often eaten a hundred of
them brought from Shoal water Bay,
and had always felt that I could eat
more if I had them, So when I ar-
rived at the Fifth Avenue Hotel 1 or-;
dered my dinner to be served in my
room, and told the waiter to bring me
with rar dinner a strong cup of coffee, 1
hundred raw oysters. He
looked at me a moment and then said
"Did I understand you to 3ay a
"Yes," I answered; "raw on the
half-shelf, with vinegar, no lemons.
and as soon as you can, for I am vory
. , . .
Mi??, do you want a faun -
"Yes, 1 de: what arc you waiting
forf AlU3t I pav you in auvaticat I
"No. no, Miss: All right, you
3Iiss! All rinht.
shall have them," and he went out. I
continued my writing and forgot all
about my dinner, till he knocked and
came in with dinner on a tray, but no
"How's thW yaid I: "there are no
"Dey'.s comin' Miss; dey's comin';
and the door opened, and in filed
three more sons of Afric's burning
sands, each with a big tray of oysters
on the half shell. I was staggered,
but only for a moment, for T saw the
waiters were grinning, so I calmly di
rected them to place one tray on a
chair, one on the washsiand, and one
on the bed, and said;
"They are very small, aren't they?"'
"Oh: no miss; de berry largest
"Very well,"' said I, "you can go."
When they got out into the hall,
one Baid to tho ether:
"Tore God, Jo, if she eats all them
oysters she's a dead woman."
I did not feel hungry any longer.
I drank my coffee and looked at the
oysters, every one of them a3 big as
my hand, and they all .seemed looking
at mo with their hoirible white faces,
and out of their one diabolical eye,
until 1 could not have, oaten one any
more than I could have carved up a
live baby. They leered at me and
seemed to dare me to attack them.
Our Pacific coast oysters are small
and with no more individual character
about tnem than so many grains of
rice, but these detestable creatures
were instinct with evil intentions, and
I dared not swallow one for fear of the
disturbance he might raise iu my in
terior, so I set about getting rid of
them, for I was never going to give
up beaten before those waiters. I
hung ui dress over the keyhole after
1 had locked the dour, and just out
side my window found a tin water
spout that had a hole iu it. I care
fully enlarged it, and then slid every
ono.of those beastly creatures down ,
on eby one, one hundred and two of
them they all the time eyeing 1110
with that cold, pasty look of maligni
ty. When the hist one was out of
Bight 1 stopped trembling and finished
my tiinncr in peace, and then ran"
for the waiters. You should hnve
seen their faces'. One of the waitors
asked if I would have some more oj's-
tcrs. May he never know the inter
nal pang he inflicted upon me, but I
"Not now. I think too many at
once might be hurtful." Xrw York
Young, middle aged, or old men,
suffering from nervous debility and
kindred weaknesses, should send two
stamps for large treatise, giving suc
cessful treatment. World's Dlsfkx-'
sauv Medh'u. Association, Buffalo,
Satisfaction for Teu.
In our family of ten for over two
years Parker's Ginger Tonic has cured
headache, malaria and other com
plaints so satisfactorily that we aro in
excellent health and no expense for
doctors or other medicines. Clwoni-lc.
Oyt cr ! Oysterx ! !
At Frank Fabre's; iu every
Fresh from the beds every day.
Miss. Nora Wilson has returned from
San Francisco, and is now prepared to
ivceivc a iimiicu numoer 01 pupus iu
(iiistav Hauben, the jeweler, went to
ban Francisco on the last steamer,
from v.iience he will si-nil n finn stock
of weddimj presents, holiday goods, and
solid "old Tewelrv. Partirs inrnnriincr
tp purchase should wait for theMj really
fine sofMls ami get their money's worth.
tJZ V?'"-' "ikurs improved sys
.iiDr?s5 iultK by chart is ac
knowledged to be the best. Mrs. S.T.
St.fli?"11 1S as?ut for Clatsop county,
S?JtP1Spaicd.t0 tw1. -II who wish
to avail themselves of the opportunity
new nresenimi. T!ci.i.,,J r1"" ,
J Lafayette and Squemocqua bts. Astoria.
Jfow is the winter1
of our cliseontent;riLOTHIlSrG!
made glorious by a1
full and complete line
f? TfAlp,. nnf1 fZ
UI "'UUUei, aiKt VJU
coats, (jrtiin boots and
Umbrellas just re-
(39iy0(; H( SOKl at
Yeiy lOW pllCeS DV'
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xIA. JLf. I1LU)
The l'o- .Merchant Tailor. Tlatter anil
In the Whole History 4irMeiiifiii
o preparation ha ever pei formed '
Mich marvelous cure. or mainlaincil .so
wide a reputation, a- Ayi-h'sCiieri-v'
Pf.ctok.vi- which is rcco"nizid :istho'
jworm.sremeuy ior all liseaes of -the,
j throat and lungs. Its long-cnntiutied 1
series of wonderful cures in all rlimah"
i has made it universally known as a rafe !
ordinary colds, which are illi forV-riin-1
1 iu-is hi more .serious tuoriHr, it acts
speedily and surely, alwavs relipving.
suffering, and often .saving life. Tins
protection it affords !v its timrlv in iu
ei. ju more serious (iionlcr, it acts
pjieeuuv aim sureiy
throat and chest disorders, make- it an
invaluable remedy to be kept always on
u.um in cn iioiiii. .mi person can
afford to be without i(, and tho-e who
have once used it never will. From
their knowledge of ilseoiunoilinn mxl
effects, physicians use. the Chkimiv
PkCTOK.VT. extensive! V in llifii-nnipticn.
and clergymen recommend it. It is
absolutely certain in its remedial effects,
and will always cure where eures are
F01: s.vi.r. r.v alt. oca i.ki:.
Mother ! Mother!! Mot It n-! ! I
1 Are you disturbed atntaht ami hioki-n
of your Test byn sick child suffering'
unu crying win: tne excruciating pain
of cutting teeth V If so. no at once ant!
get a bottle of Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup, it will relieve tho poor litllu .snf-
icrer immediately depend upon il:
there is no mistake about it. There is
not a mother on earth who has ever
used it, who will not tell vou at onee
that it will regulate the iiowels, and
give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases,
and pleasant to the tate. and is the nre-
scription of one- ot .the oldest and best
iemaie pnysicians ami nurses m tne
United Sfato. Sold 0ery where. '2.1
cents a bottle.
CIOMiBS OHt ItllMltlCXo.
Owiug to the illness of Mr. X. I .neb.
he has concluded to dispose of his en
tire stock of clothing, furnishing goods,
groceries, etc,, etc, at cost. Mr. Loeb
desires us to say in regard to the matter
that he means business. Those desiring
any goods in his line will find it to their
advantage to call and examine his stork
and prices. These goods have been
bought at lowest market rates, and in
tending purchasers can buy at eost.
A Varied Performance.
Many wonder how Parker's Ginger
Tonic can perform such varied cures,
thinking it essence of ginger, when iu
fact it is made from ninny valuable
medicines which act beneficially on
every diseased organ.
From time immemorial tigs hae. been
used as a delicious laxative food, and
now in the form of a concentrated Syr
up of Figs they aie destined to play "an
important pait in tho problem of human
health and happiness, by presenting to
the thousands who suffer from the ills
arising from habitual constipation a
remedy as pleasant to the taste as it is
effective, Trial size free, and large bot
tles for sale by W. E. Dement. Diuggist
Agent for Astoria.
Ilodge Davis & Co., Wholesale Agents,
Catarrh cured, health and hwcet
breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Item
ed v. Price r0 cents. Masai Injector free.
For .sale by W. "E. Dement.
Croup, Whooping Cough and Dron
chilis immediately relieved by Shiloh's
Cure. Sold bv W. E. Dement.
That Hacking Cough can he o
quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We
guarantee it. Sold by W.E. Dement.
How few there arc who are nwan
That soon the gums and teeth decay,
Unless they are brushed with great'.t
With SOZODOXT from day to da ;
For this great dentifrice, we know.
Will keep them pure. and white nnnw.
Fruit of all kinds received by ('.A.
Alav, on every steamer. Candies nuts,
etc. Fresh novelties constantly arm
lh.sici:in pmcriptieii: carefully
compounded day or night at .1. .
Conn's drug store, opposite Occident
Wllhoit mineral water, fiv-h and
.sparkling, at F. B. J 'lbcnon'-.
That taffv of Oerkwilz's is the bo.-s
confection, and don't you forget it.
Hallo! Where arc yon going:' Why.
to Frank Fabre's for a pan ioat.
Shipper & Ryb'cc, So. 11, 0:'k .stu-ei
Portland, are the bQti ton tailors of the
If you want nice fresh bird, or ,?ood
iiTur-eurcd hams, uist from the nniii-
try go to F. D. Elberson's bakery.
P. J. Goodman, on Chenamu street,
has just received the. latest ami most
fashionable .slvle of gents and ladies
1 mots. .shoe, etc. Airentin Astoria for
the. famous Morrow shoe.-,.
Another fresh invoice or thoe nice
anchovies at A. I..Tohnson Co.
Shoalw atcr bay oysters : fresh e cry
day, at Frank b abre s.
For the geuulne J. II. Cutter old
Bourbon, and the best of wines, liquors
and San Francisco beer, call at the (Jem
opposite the bell tower, and see Camp
Sleepless Nights, made 1ui.ser.1ble
by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is
the remedy for you. Sold by W- YL De
ment Shiloh's Vitalizcr is whatjou need
for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Di.
ziness and all symptoms of -Dyspepsia.
Price 10 and 73 cents per bottle. SqKI
by W.E. Dement,
FALL STOCK !
Men's. Youths' and Boys"
Coats. Pants and Overcoats!
SOFT Si STIFF
B A T S
FALL STOCK OV
Kl'KKEK COATS. t.MP.KM.I.las,
TAILOR I NG i
The i.irpt siock of Dm;
rorf-Iiin and American
Beavers, Cloths, Piques,
Cassimeres and Pilot Cloths
TO Sl'I.KCT FROM.
" FIT GUARANTEED! -
D. A. McINTOSH,
Tailor anil riotlurr. - Otclilent Mock.
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
Pr.T-MBF.PS AND STEAM FITTETtS
Goods and Tools,
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
SHEET IRON TIN AND COPPER.
Cannery aiifl Flsherinens Supplies
Stoves, Tin Ware and House
JOBBING IN SHEET WON, TIN. COP
PER PLUMBING aid STE'AM FITTING
Done with neatness and dispatch.
Nniii htit ilht trier", workmen eiiiiUctl.
A large assort went of
Constantly' 011 nand
I.Mi'oHft-1: AND WHOLESALE AND KE
TAIL i-KAl.F.U IN
''orner CtU'ii.uiiitn mit Cas- street.
AST'iitlA - - - OREGON
FOR THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS
A enmpk'tu Motl of School Book-, and
o'ehool Mippllcs. Any hook used in tho pub
lic M:hools ot Clatsop County ean bo obtained
at my store. uaki. aulkk.
To all who aie sufteriuj- from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, nerv
ous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., 1 will .send a recipe that will
cure you FIJEK OF CHAlIOE. This
gieat remedy wiu. discovered by a mis
Monary in South America. Send a self
addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Ixm.v.v, Station I). Xew York City.
Itooiux to Itent.
Furnished or unfurnished. Apply to
W. I". Wilson, corner Jefferson and Cass
A couyh. eoid or sore throat should be
stop-h-d. Xeuleet frequently results in
an incurable lung disease or consump
tion, nrowiis I'rouchiai troches do not
riisuider the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the in
llamcd parts, allavimr irritation, give
lelief in asthma, bronchitis, coughs,
catarrh, and the throat troubles which
inger and public speakers are subject
to. For thirtv ears Rrown's bronchial
troches have been recommended by
physicians, and always give perfect
.satisfaction. Havintr been tested by
wide and eonslunt use for nearly an en
tire veneration, they have attained well
merited nmk nmons the few staple
remedies of the ae.c. Sold" at 25 cents a
Two Surgeons representing the XA
TIOXAi. srilGICAIi INSTITUTE of
Indianapolis. Philadelphia. Atlanta Ga.,
and San Francisco, will be in Forrr-
r.ANi. Okkoo.v, at the St. Charles Ho
tel, from Nov. Jd to the 11th inclusive,
nrenarcd with an expensive outfit of the
most approved apparatus, for the treat-
tions, including cataract, cross eyes,
I hare lip. deformities of the face, divid
' ing tendons, operations for disease of
' the genital organs, piles, fistula, &c. A
rare opportunity is offered those nced-
ing their services. Old patients espeei
' ally reouestcil to visit them.
All the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the choicest
ierfunury, and toilet articles, etc can
' be bought at the lowest prices, at J. W.
, Conn's lrug styre. opposite Occident
Carl Adler went to San Francisco
on the last steamer, and -upon his re
turn will bring the largest and finest
stock of fancy goods ever opened in
I ment or all cases oi uisea.se ol iue spine,
hip, knee, ankle, crooked limbs, club
feet, &i:. &e. They will be prepared to
make the most difficult surjical opera
C. H. COOPER, GENERAL MERCHA-STMSE.
il W Wr tfTto
. Jmrnk-, -& -ijp 4lp je jeb Jem, 3
Tuesday, Oct. 3, 1882!
'New Goods-will be exhibited in every Department
New Dress Goods,
New Plushes, New Silks, New Satins
In all the new Shades.
3XHE3IR. 200 X"LDEI.X2aXEfll OF
Wraps. Cloaks, Ulsters and Dolmans.
tJSOn our Fancy Counters we will display an
endless variety of new goods.
In the Gentleman's Department the latest styles in
Clothing, Overcoats, Hats, Shirts,
Neck- Wear and Furnishing Goods.
The public will be afforded every facility to inspect
our latest importations.
Goods shown with pleasure. No importunity to buy.
Upper Town busses will stop at this store each way.
Astokia, October 1, 188.'.
FALL IMPORTATIONS !
We are iveeh ing by evr. .steamer u nv udditi ms to our stock of
Dry Goods. Notions, Ladies' and Children's Shoes,
Suitable for the season.
Hosiery? Bhaktti, BU.
Our stock of Dress G-oods, Silks, Satins,
Velvets, Plushes, etc., show a large variety.
Also an elegant line of Ladies and Children-
Our tables are covered with the nicest
selection of .Fichus, Ties, Collarettes and
Fancy Goods too numerous to mention.
QVICK SALES AND SMALL tT.
W Study to lMraie.
. IVcxt Boor tm Pythias Hall.
REDUCTION OF WHOLESALE PEICES. '
$7 50 PER BARXUSTOF 30 (-MELONS.
ILARfy7- ORDERS IN LIKE PROrOETION.
Less Quantities, - - 30 Cents per Gallon
Bottled Beer, - SI 50 per Dozen
Special attention paid to order from TuliHc Houses and Famltle3."S
THE COLUMBIA BREWERY
T K rnBTB5
L) q? .Irn ,iiL
18 SUl'EIMOK TO JIOST. AND IS EXCELLED IJV NONE ON THIS COAT
JOHN HAHN, - - PROPRIETOR.
CHENAHUS STREET, - ASTORIA, OREGON.
orOrdeis left at the GERilANIA BEEi: HALL will be promptly attended to.B
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O. XX. OOOPHR.