Q 'i'lx? Smoiu stxswjimi. - -.-. The ' 'Kiiappton Packing Company,"' AbTORIA, OREGON: i articles of incorporation of which were i filed in the ofiico of the couutv clerk n yEDyESDAY..:OCTqgEK IS, 18S2fcir tlays s;nce has fnUy org.nized by ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Monday Kxcei-tcd), J. F. HALLORAN & COMPANY, Plir.MSIIF.I'S AM) PUOPI'IKTOKS. A.iimniin Building, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : erved by Carrier, per week .".25 Cents -mt by ninil, four months...-.:-........ ..33 00 -em toy xnnil. one yenr.......................... 9 CO free of Postaco to Subperiber. Advertisements insertod by tie year nt r-0 rato of SI .7) per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or vrok, jfty cents rer square for each insertion. "Efardly ever," to-night. Game is slow in coming in this season. No telegraph report this mornini "lines down." The ladies of the Congregational church arc to have a fair. Nov. 10th. --II. Jahn, the advance agent of the Hattie Moore troupe, is in town. He's little, but he's good. Mack Twombly has not as yet satisfactorily explained how his vest came to be turned inside out. One of the funniest things we find in looking through an exchange is the "theatrical notes'" in the Po laris. There arc 153 students in the state university. A state tax of one tenth of a mill has been levied for tho support of that institution. The Patrician, lying in the stream, is being whitened and looks unique. The Japanese portion of her crew are ashore enjoying themselves after their own peculiar fashion. To-night that popular opera of Gilbert and Sullivan, "Her Majesty's Ship Pinafore," will bo presented at Liberty Hall, by the Hattie Moore Comic Opera company. By reference to our advertising columns it will bo seen that Messrs. Selig and McCrea have organized a partnership to transact a general bill posting and dead-wall decorating busi ness. Tho elevator with cow-bell accom paniment, across the street, worked briskly yesterday, and the bricklayers, not needing anyono to hold umbrellaB over them, mannged to make substan tial progress. Tho gross value of all property in Baker county is $1,G34,38G; indebted ness 450,183; exemptions 120,500; total taxable property 1,057,C03, on wnich a tax levy or z4 mills was made, ono-third higher than Clatsop county. The British ship Birkcr, 1008, has been ordered from Sau Francisco to the Columbia under charter to Taylor, Young & Co. Tho Gen. Fair child, from Wilmington to San Fran cisco, will also be ordered to the Co lumbia. Cape Hancock Record. Oct. 17. Weather moderate and clearer. In port Br. bk. Yiola, barkentine Tam O'Shanter, stmr Kate and Anna for Tillamook, tugs Columbia and Brenham. Bar and sea moderating. Ona crossed out at 10 a. m.; W. H. Star buck in sight, bears S. NV. by S., dis tance 15 miles. Life boat crew took a pull of four teen miles yesterday, for a drill. Made landing through tho surf at ChinookH and hauled oil a fishing boat that was on tho logs. Tho tug Columbia visited the Star- buck this a. m., supplied her with fresh vegetables, etc., and returned with two gentlemen passengers. From ono I leant that the ship has had several severe gales on tho passage. In latitude 50 south, experienced terrible weather, Capt. Gift's wife dangerously ill; she died Aug. 18th in lar. 25 60itth; body aboard how. Night of Oct. 12th experienced a gale in the vicinity of the Lupata disaster. Set foresail, the wind hauled a point and the ship was ablo to stand clear of the land against strong westerly current J. C. Cousins crossed on Sunday, 5 v. m. In port, steamers Oha, and Kate and Anna, and tug Columbia. A pot deer belonging to Y. W. Ward, of Ilwaco, wandered over this way, took a stroll on the beach where it was dashed against the rocks by tho breakers, terrified by such harsh treatment it struck out to sea and was last seen heading for Tillamook rock. Dolly. Another fresh invoice of those nice anchovies at A. M. Johnson & Co. Knapptcn Packing Company. the election ot oiiccrs tor tlie ensuing ycar,as follews: Joseph Hume, presi dent and manager; J. V. Robson, vice president and assistant manager; George D. Metcalf, secretary. Capital etock 8-10,000 fully paid up. The company owns the canning establish ment at Knappton, Washington terri tory, heretofore the property of Mr. Joseph Uunie, and will continue the production of tin? world-renowned "Photo-Label" brand of canned salmon, as successors to Mr. Hume, under ln3 direct supervision and control. Thc business, built up and made highly successfnl under Mr. Hume's skillful manipulation, has the reputation of being one of the best conducted and most successful canuene- on tin uoinninia river. Tlio brand of goods has no superior in the market, and ranks A. No. 1 in Europe, where iho most of this high class of canned salmon is exported. The company has a guarantee of great success from the start, and jn en larging its opeiatious, will doubtless more than satisfy the expectations of its stockholders. As an Oakland company, though doing business else where, a local pride should he taken in its success. Oakland Tribune. Card of Thanks. Astoum, Oregon, O'ct. 17, 1882. Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Dauielson wish to return their heartfelt and sincere thanks to the ladies who so kindly helped them in decorating with flowers tho coffin of their little beloved son Gustaff Adolph;and who so kindly 8yinpatised with them m their sorrow. Mrs. Dauielson wishes to return senarate thanks to Mrs. S. Ktnsoy, Mrs. C. G. Gilbert, Mrs. John Law- son, upper Astoria, Mrs. AllreuZietter- mau. Mrs. It. Barth. .Mrs. O. Wall man and Mrs. Ben seer, and others. Thanking them for their kindness and kind words and .sympathy, We remain Respectfully, Mi:. fc Mn. Aui. DAMKi.sr.N. "With the Spirits. A largo audience wero in attend ance last evening m witnessing the clever performance of the Miiler IJros. Col. Spedden, Sheriff" Twombly and Frank Fabre were on the stage, and assisted in tying and otherwise secur ing the performer who made uiyste torioas music, and a still more myste rious exit from a dark cabinet. Va rious manifestations of skill were ex hibited, and to tho great surprise of all, Col. Spedden received a commu nication signed with a name which he had previously written on a slip of paper placed in his vest pocket. The "spirit forms were not sutliciently materialized to be tangibly manifest, but sufficient was done to pet a good many asking, "How do you explain that?" The performance closed at 10 with some energetic table tipping. If you are bilious, take Dr. Pierce's "Pleasant Purgative Pellets," the Or iginal "Little Liver Pills." Of all druggists. Loss of hair and grayncss, which of ten mar the prettiest faco, are pre vented by Parker's Hair "Balsam. To the Pnfolic 1 wish to inform the public that my establishment is the oni.v im.ack in Astoria that makes candy: I make the finest fresh candy every day. and this is more than any one else can ay heie. Patronize home manufacture. .John P. Classilv. JiiMt Received. Holland herring in kegs; smutty nose mackerel (the best brand of mess mack erel put up); a large lot of borax soap, made expressly for u. ami guaranteed to be of superior quality; alo another invoice of Mel fose baking powder; to gether with a full line of paints, oils, and putty, of which we have the most complete stock in town. Please call and examine our choice stock of Groceries. A. M. .louxsox & Co. Astoria, October 17th. 1 wk-dw Finest sausage and head cheese at Gans meat store, next .1. Rodders. Mr. John ftogers of the Central Mar kct has made arrangements to keen al lie tmestyesn lisn, etc in tneir season Have von tried a stew or pan roast as Frank Fabre cooks it ? Order one and you'll thank us for the advice. A very complete assortment of blank books, all sizes, styles and prices at the City book store. Prof. J. F. Meyer wishes to inform the public and his pupils that he is now settled and intends remaining here. He 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 embrace. If you want nice fresh lard, or good sugar-cured hams, just from the eoun trv go to F. IJ. Elbersoif.s bakery. P. J. Goodman, on Chcnnmtis street, has just received the latest and most fashionable- stylo of gents and ladies lioots. shoes, ete. Agent in Astoria for the famous Morrow shoes. , Oregon rruitJBein5 Destroyed- ; The State Horticultural Society of i Oregon met lately, and an address" was road on the situation, in which it was J said: Among the first acts of the early pioneers that came to Oregon was tho planting of orchards. They not only wished to replace the com forts of civilized life which they had left behind them, but well understood what a hold bearing fruit trees would give them in a country so far removed from civilization. The vine and fruit tree ever have been and will be the Gpihlcms of contentment and home thrift. Those early-planted trees throve, and, although mostly of inferior va rieties, they showed thi3 land well adapted to some of tint most import ant species known to man. IJut a few years ago tho trees and fruits were noted for beauty and fiecdom from blemish through insect attack: now these tiny adversaries are but too avelll,'wirta,,,II,1IPXailIK!: known, and their number is legion. rjnn , Large and valuable parts of the state are already badly infested, and they are rapidly spreading over morn terri tory. Whence came these insects? Most of them were imported on trees, scions and vines, but a large portion came from California, hid in tlje fruit and'in the crevices of boxes, scatter ing broadcast over the land, some times as much to be dteaded in or chards as the yellow fever or small pox would be in your families or homes. The system of fruit-growing a3 prac ticed by a large number of your or chardists may be termed the go-as-you-please order, and has produced a chaos from which order can only be restored by the aid of legislation, and such legislation can be obtained, and the object of thi3 meeting is to con struct a solid foundation upon which can be organized a united war fare for the extermination of those evils which through negligence have been allowed to spread throughout the orchard and fruit-growing counties. Let it be distinctly understood that no longer will orchard property be al lowed to be kept, as it were for the ex press purpose of propagating insect pests and to spread contagion in tho neighborhood where such property is located. Such places should be de clared a public nuisance. The ship ments of fruit or other transportable material infected by insect pests should no longer be allowed without incur ring the penalties of the law. To thePuMic- Dr. Aug, C.Kinney gives notice that he must withdraw from all practice, ex cepting hospital and office, practice, for the present. XOTICK. This authorizes T. Seelye, sole agent of Astoria, of the Washee or Medical Lake water. Dn. 11. L. B.vcox. Persons wishing the same inquire at Central market. T.Skki.yk. Ojters! OyMtor!! At Fr.'Jik 1'abre's; in every Fre-di from the beds every day. tyle. MUSIC liCSHOIlK. Mis.sXora Wilson has returned from San Francisco, and is now prepared to recehe a limited number of pupils in instrumental music. A Varied Performance. Many wonder how Parker's Gingor Tonic can perform such varied cures, thinking it essence of ginger, when in fact it is made from many valuable medicines which act beneficially on ever3' diseased organ. Happy Families. From time immemorial figs have been used as a delicious laxative food, and now in the form of a concentrated Syr up of Figs they are destined to play an important part in the problem of human health and happiness, by presenting to the thousands who .suffer from the 'ills arising from habitual constipation a reined v as ideasant to the taste as it is effective. Trial size free, and large bot tles lor sale by v . h. Dement, luiurgist Agent for Astoria. Hodge Davis & Co., Wholesale Agents, Portland Oregon. Sleepless Nights, made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the rcmed lor you. Sold by W K. De ment Croiin, Wlioopini! Cotish and JJron chills immediately relieved by Shiloh's iiri-. o-'iu i iv u . r- .Lciucui. Fancy soaps and perfumery of all kinds can be found at .). W. Conn's drug iorc, opposite ucciacnt notei. Mrs. E. K. Kinkcrs improved sys tem oi j-iress (jutting by chart is ac knowledged to be the best. Mrs. S. T. McKean is agent for Clatsop couutv, and is prepared to teach nil ivhn wi-Th to avail themselves of the opportunity new presented. Residence, corner of i.niayeite aim aquemocqua bts. Astoria Two Surgeons renresentin? the XA. TIOXAL SUltGICAL INSTITUTE of Indianapolis, Philadelphia, Atlanta Ga., and San irancisco. will be In Ponr laxi), Oniioox. at the St. Charles Ho tel, from Nov. 2d to the lith inclusive, prepared with an expensive outfit of the most approved apparatus, for the treat ment of all cases of disease of the spine, hip, knee, ankle, crooked limbs, club feet, &c-, Arc. T hey will be prepared to make the most difficult surgical opera tions, including cataract, cross eyes, hare lip, deformities of the. fncn. divid ing tendons, operations for disease of the genital organs, piles, fistula, &c. A rare opportunity is offered those need ing their services. Old nfipnt Psnwi. ally requested to visit them. -Shipper & llybkc. No. 11, Oak street Portland, are the bon ton tailors of the metropolis. Jif0W jg willtOr! of our discontent! made glorious by a! full and complete line of Rubber, and Oilj coats, Glim boots and I Umbrellas iust re- eeived and sold at, 9f verv low prices bv M. D. KANT, The I Joss Merchant Tailor, Hatter and Clothier. Stfhool Tax Notice. fV) THE TAX PAYERS OF SCHOOL DIS X triet No. 1. Clatsop county Oicgnn : You arc herein noiifietl that the assessment nll for tin cl'ionl tax in diMrirt No. 1. for The yearlSRJ is eoiiijlctel :ind will he in my hands, at my oflire at tin .Main M v"t wh.irf for the next sixty d:is from date hereof. flork -luol Dlsrrid No. 1 Astoria, Oivcoii. Sept. I"tli iss ilM LEATHERS BROS. BOAT IS 1' 1 1. ! K i: S, t lp St nlr Over Arndt Jt FerclieiiV Shop. Call and examine the work v. are doing and see the wood wcare uslm;, before mak ing a trade elsewhere. FIRST-CLASS WORK A 5PKCI.Vl.TV. Meeting Notice. NOTICE IS nEREDY GIVEN TIIATTHE annual meeting of the stockholder of Hie West Coast Pk's. Co will he Held on Monday, Oct. 'Si. 1S32. at their olHre at Asto ria. Oreson. for the mir'tOM-. of fleet Inir :i Hoard of Directors for the comim; year, and transacting such other business as mav he brought before the meeting. By order of 1 lie President, td P. W. LA R5EX, Scc'y. FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY ! STEAM 11 "KATATA" Owing to her being too small for our Im-.i-nev? will he sold on reasonable terms. M'ply at the omce of Badollet & Co., r-i-r Astoria, for particular", wlipn the boat ncr (sin be seen iSADOLLKT & CO. d-aw CloHins out KuHiness. Owing to the illness of Mr. X. Loch, he has concluded to disjiose of his en tire sto'ck of clothing, furniihin; goods, groceries, etcM etc., at cot. 31 r. Loeb desires us to say in regard to the matter that he means business. Those desirim: any goods in his line will find it to their 1 advantage to call mid examine ins .stock and prices. These goods have been bought at lowest market rates, and in tending purchasers can buy at cost. Mother! Motbera!! Mother! ! 1 Are you disturbed at night and broken of your rest by a sick child suffering and crying with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth? If so, goat once and get a bottle of Mrs. Winslow's Soothing .Syrup, it will relieve the poor liltlu suf ferer immediately depend upon it; there is uo mistake about It. There Ls not a mother on earth who has ever used it, who will not I'dl ou at once that it will regulate the bowels, and give rest to the mother, and relief and health to the child,operalinglike magic. It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and pleasant to the taste, and is the pre scription of one ot the oldest and beat female physicians and nui-scs in the United Stales. Sold everywhere. 2T cents a bottle. . A 1WR1K To all who are suffering 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 PISEE OF CllAltOE. This great remedy was discovered by a mis sionary m outli America, rseim a.M'll addressed envelope to the I!ev. Joskpii T. Ixmax. Station D. New l'ork City. Catanb cured, health and weet breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Rem edy. Price TA) cents, Masai Injector free. For sale by W. E. Dement. . Shiloh's Vitalizer is wiiat ou need for Constipation. Loss of Appetite, Diz ziness and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and 7o cents per liotlle. Sold by W. E. Dement. How few there are who are. awate That soon the gums and teeth decay, Pnless they are brushed with greatest care With SOZODON T from day to day : For this great dentifrice, we know, Will keep them pure and white as snow. For lame Hack. Side or Chest us( Shiloh a Porous Piaster, lnc ii cents. For sale by W. E. Dement. The Peruvian syrup lias cured thou sands who were suffering from dyspep sia, debility, liver complaint, boils, hu mors, female complaints, etc. Pamph lets free to any address. Seth W. Fowlf tSon Boston. For the genuine J. II. Culler old Dourbon. and the best ol winc, liquors and San Francisco beer, call at the Gem opposite the bell tower, and see Camp bell. Will you suffer with Dispepaia and iver Complaint V Shiloh's italizer is guaranteed to cure you Sold bv W. K. Dement Shiloh's Cough and Coiiiinnption Cure is sold by us on guarantee. It cures consumption. Sold by W.E. De ment. Shoalwater bay eysters: fre-ds every day. at Frank Fabre's. I A large consignment of elork- jllst received at Adler's. That Hacking Cough can be o quickly cured by Shiloh's Cine. We guarantee it. Sold bv W. E. Dement. I run of all kinds received bv C. A. 31ay, on every steamer. Candies, nuts, etc Fresh novelties constantlv arriv ing. Wilhoit mineral water, fre.sli and sparkling, at F. IJ. JClberson's. nniiniwimi.n.,.., .,,.-. Hallo! Where arc you going . Why, to I rank Fabre s for a pan roast. All the patent medicines advertised ' in this paper, together with the choicest perfumery, and toilet articles, etc can! bo bougnt at tne lowest prices, at J. W. Conn's drug store, opposite Occident hctel, Astoria, jife. FALL STOCK ! PLO THING! Men's. Youths and Boys Goats. Pants and Overcoats. -n ST,Fr IT A T S FALL STOCK OF Furnishing Goods! i:n:r.r. coat?, fmp.icki.las. ITAILORING! The i.irxf-M stock or fine I'oreigii and American Beavers, Cloths, Piques, Worsted, Diagonals Cassimeres and Pilot Cloths TO SKI.EC r PROM. " FIT GUARANTEED! -s d. a. Mcintosh, Tailor and (Tothier. - Occident Block. I. W. OASE, IMPORTER ASH WHOLESALE AND RE TAIL DEALER IN GENERAL MEBCHAMSE '"truer Clienamus and Cass street. ASTOKIA. - - - OREGON BOOKS THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS CARL ADLER. FOR A romi'lelc stock of School Books and .school supplies. Any book used In the pub lic schools of Clatsop Couutv can be obtained at my store. CAUL ADLKIL Pioneer Candy Factory. FRESH CANDIES AND NUTS. A law and iirw varh-ly always :i hand. Patronize Home Manufacture. I si ('-mill tlinl a it made ir'ii! mid Ilunnlrss Mntcj-Jals. Don't biij candies tiom foreign manufac turers nliere they um poisonous nrticles. Buy at home when you can see that the Candies are fresh and the ingredients arc harmless. Call and Sie me at tin- factnrv npi-osite the Bill Tower. CHAULKS Il.'OEItKWITZ. MAKTIN- rOAKI. T. .1. .S.TOKKS FOARD & STOKES, Vlul-s:di and n-tail dealers in Wood and Willow-ware, GROCERIES, Tobacco.. Cigars. Wines and Liquors FOKKICN AX1 DOMESTIC Fi'uil'S and Vegetables FI.OUR, FEED, A."l COUNTRY PRODUCE. AND General Commission Merchants AH'OKIA. OItKaX. Next to O-vgiui I!aih:iy .t-Xav. co'i Peck, daw Summons. JUSTICE'S COUin', ASTOKIA PKECIXCT Clatsrtp coiuitY, Oregon. sS. F. !. Wit-tun. Paiiitin. s. V. O. (ike-, l)c iciidaul. Tot". O. t:ki$s. Hit- above named defend ant : In Hit name r tlie State of Orenon : Oreetiutr : m are btreby required to appear bcroi-cjI-euiidei-shmedjiLsticp oftlic peace for the precinct aforesaid on the "2nd (lay of November. lsfc. at !i o'clock in the forenoon of stid day, at the "-nice of .said justice, to answer uieaoove named planum inacivii action. And if voti fail so to anoear and an swer the comnlaint hen-in. tlie ldalutift will take jiiiliincnt.a!raliit you for the sum of nity dollar., witu lour dollars interest tnere on and the disbursements of action. This Miiumons is mibl'shcd by order of the judse of ald court made this ioih day of Septem- her. lbSi. I. II. FOX. dew-7l Justice of the Peace. Notice. 4 I.L PARTIES IXDEIJTED TO, Olthold A. ins any indebtedness against Andrew Johnson, deceased, of the Union Packing Co.. will p!e:i5e call on the undersigned at the Atona IJipinr Stoie. within thirty days and .eulc same. AL'C. DAXIEI.SOX. IIEXKYMATTSOX. Astoria, tier. ::, li Dissolution of Partnership. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" THAT the partnership heretofore existing between John P. Classen and Charles H. Ocrkwitz, under the firm name of Classen & Ocrkwitz, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All debts will be paid by John P. Classen, and the business will be continued by him. JOHN" P. CLASSEN. CHARLES!!. OEKKW1TZ. Astoria and Portland. Str. WESTPORT, F.B.TUKXEK. - - - MASTER. Will make regular trips to Portland and Astoria, leaving Bumell's dock, foot of Slor- Astoria, leaving tinmen rivm wet. 1'ortlanrt. a , And will leave WiU at g a.?i. saiuniays, ilson & Fisher's (lock, lursdavs. Astoria, at o a. m. Thursdays 37-Frcight carried at reasonable rates. PhvsiieianV nrescrinttons carefully compounded day or night at I. 'N. Conn's drug store, opposite Occident Hotel. C. H. COOPER, GESEIIAL MERCHANDISE. THE C II- c o o i niiiiuiiiuai82issiniiiiaiiiiti-t:iia:2iixii:8iiiiiiiiiagliai 6RAN0 OPENING! OIT- Tuesday, Oct. 3, 1882! New Goods will be exhibited in every Department $ew Dress Goods, New Velvets, New Plushes, New Silks, New Satins In all the new Shades. OTTiESJE-l. 200 VARIDTIE1S OF Wraps. Cloaks, Ulsters and Dolmans. flSOf 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 ip.iportuntty to buy. Upper Town busses will stop at this store each way. Astoria, October J, 1S82. FALL IMPORTATIONS ! -AT We are receiving by every steamer n.w additi ms to our stock of Dry Goods. Notions, Ladies' and Children's Shoes, Suitable for the season. Hosiery? BIukt, Bt. Our stock of Dress Goods, Silks, Satins, Yel vets, Plushes, etc., show a large variety. Also an elegant line of Ladies' and Children's CLOAKS, ULSTERS, RUSSIAN CIRCULARS, WALKING JACKETS, DOLMANS, ETC. Our tables are covered with the nicest selection of Fichus, Ties, Collarettes and Fancy Goods too numerous to mention. OOB MOTTO; QUICK SALES AND SMALL M9M19. W Study to IMrit-te. PRAEL BROTHERS. Xcxt Doer to Pythias Hall. ASTORIA M. MEYER ASTORIA, bfeioiaxi AsrasroTTCToxancxizra. REDUCTION OF WHOLESALE PRICES. $7 50 PER BARREL OF 30 GALLONS. ILATtGE ORDERS IN LIKE PROPORTION. Less Quantities, 30 Cents per Gallon Bottled Beer, - - S I SO per Dozen VSpecIal attention paid to orders from Public Homes and Families."" THE COLUMBIA BREWERY IS SUPERIOR TO MOST. AM) IS EXCELLED P.Y NONE OX THIS COAST JOHN HAHN, - - PROPRIETOR, CHENAMTJS STREET, - ASTORIA, OREGON, Orders Ielt at the GERMANIA BEER HALL will be promptly attended to." IXL H'wmmMiamiMM'Hitiimiiu O. THK BREWERY. Proprietor. OREGON.