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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1882)
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Transient advertising, by the day or week,
ifty cents per square for each insertion.
f lie Walla Walla clerks ask that
places of business in that city be
closed at 7:30 p. m.
Tho Washington territory board
of pilot commissioners will hold a
meeting at Iiwaco to-day.
Jas. O. Hanthorn has received a
patent for a can washing machine, a
clever and time-saving invention.
The Easterhill, Glengaber, Wrest
ler and Wakefield sailed yesterday.
The Oregon arrived in with Astoria
freight, which was discharged and the
steamer proceeded eastward.
The tugs Escort and Fearless col
lided oft" Coos Bay, a few days ago,
while they were trying to see which
could get the first line to a vessel each
wanted to tow into port. No serious
damage was done.
Wo notice several of our contem
poraries speak of "Cape Disappoint
ment." Cleveland Rockwell's article,
too,in jrarper', mentions tho existence
of a promontory bearing tho same ap
pellation. Where is this cape I
The lecture to be given by Iter.
David Wills this evening is an at
tractive theme, the speaker is a gentle
man of great celebrity as a lecturor,
the proceeds aro for a most worthy
object, and the audience will no
doubt be a large one.
A programme, published by L. E.
Solig, was circulated among the audi
ence last evening. .This promises to
be a prominent feature of first-class
entertainments hero in the future. A
number of programmes were printed
on satin as a souvenir of the enter
prise. It has been decided, say the
Boston Journal, that the Oregon
Short Line shall stop at Boise City,
not continuing to Baker City as was
intended, and that when any further
extension shall be made it shall be in
tho direction of Portland and central
Another piece of careless shooting
is reported on the Calipooia, says the
Albany Democrat. Two brothers named
Murphy, wore out hunting, when,
having separated, one mistook the
other for a deer, and, shooting, sent a
ball into his breast, inflicting a bad
wound, if not a fatal one.
From. Mr. H. Sloop, county
superintendent of public instruction,
who has been visiting tho several
districts, wo learn that the school
interests of the comity are doing well.
Y2sterday, Mr. Sloop made a new
school district 2o. 19 segregating
a portion of district No. 8. Tho new
district is on the Nchalem and con
talus eighteen square miles, being the
east i of Township G, N., range 0,
W., Will. Mor.
Ten minutes after the mother of
Madamo Rivc-Kiug, the pianist, died
in New York, the other day, the post
man rang tho bell and handed in a
letter written by her to the bereaved
daughter, which was full of the fond
est expressions of affection. The letter
had been written several months before
and had followed her from place to
place during her concert tour, finally
arriving in New York almost as tho
writer breathed her last.
To one who doesn't care to hare
his mind on tension through Sto
'several acts of a society drama, such a
performance as that of last night af
fords an excellent means of enjoy
ment and relaxation. A pantomime
is one of those things that everyone
goes to see, and goes again and again.
"Age cannot stale nor custom "wither
ita infinite rarity." There is one
peculiarity however, about the dumb
show; it is either very good, or very
bad; there is no Jialf way ground.
That hut night was very good. The
tribulations of poor Humpty Dumpty
and the complications that arose there
from were a fruitful source of mirth
to the audience. Tho parts are ell
sustained throughout. Several special
ties are introduced which form an at
tractive feature "between acts." The
performance will be repeated this
evening. The horizontal
act and the double somersault of
little fellow from his brother's
turned soles, are alono worth
price of admission.
Sheet music in all the latest varieties
just received at Gustav Hansen's. Sonat
as, operas, waltzes and all the popular
music of the day in stock. If you want
music for the piano, organ, violin, llute,
etc-, you will find what you want at
For sweet and tender elk meat, go
to Kawling's fruit store, Main street.
Wilboit mineral water, fresh and
sparklimj, at F. B. Elberson's.
A Nevy Swindle
What is known as the "ton dollar
racket" has been played successfuly of
late on some of the bartenders by two
California sports who go to the bar
and call for two drinks, tending a 310
piece in payment. They receive in
change a ?5 piece atsd $4.75 in silver.
The man who pays then puts his
hand into his pocket and picks out a
two bit piece and putting it with the
$1.75 in silver asks the bartender to
give him S5 in gold for it. While the
bartender is fishing it out, the man,
unnoticed, slips the $5 gold piece into
his pocket, the S5 in silver still lying
on the counter, where the bartender
places the S5 in gold. The two call
for two more drinks and the money is
allowed to lie there. The man finds
another two bit piece in his pocket
with which he pays for the last drinks,
and then shoves the $10 on the coun
tor over to tho bartender and asks for
a $10 for it. Jt is given to him and
he loaves the bar $5 ahead, less the
four bits paid for the four drinks.
A $20 Biblical Reward.
The publishers of Rutlcdges Month
ly offer twelve valuable rewards in their
Monthly for December, among which
is the following.
We will give 20 m gold to the
person telling us how may verses
there are in the New Testament
Scriptures (not the New Revision) by
December 10th. 1882. Should two or
more correct answers be received, the
reward will be divided. The money
will be forwarded to the winner De
cember 15th, 18S2. Persons trying
for the reward must send 20 cents in
silver (no postage stamps taken) with
their answer for which they will re
ceive the Christmas Monthly, in which
tho name and address of the winner
of tho reward and the correct answer
will be published. This may be worth
$20 to you; cut it out. Address
Rntledge Publishing Co.. Easton,
From a letter addressed to County
Superintendent Sloop by Prof. E. B.
McElroy, state superintendent of pub
lic instruction, wo learn that the
teachers' institute for theTifth judicial
district will be held at Oregon City
this year, beginning Christmas day
and continuing Dec. 2Gth and 27th.
Mr. Sloop is requested to attend and
prepare an article on some educational
topic, as aro also the teachers of tho
county. The O. R. & N. Co., and
other lines of transportation will make
the usual reduction of forty per cent.
Prof. McElroy states his intention of
visiting Astoria from the 10th to the
15th of December.
At the foot of Ross Island is moored
a large barge, on which is built a saw
mill, which is busy at work converting
a raft of logs, moored alongside, into
lumber. The lumber is loaded on a
scow, and a little steam launch tows it
off to market. This floating null was
built down tho Columbia several years
since, and has been moved from point
to point wherever los could be obtain
ed, and has been principally employed
in manufacturing cedar lumber. It
was lately towed to Portland, where it
found profitable employment on ac
count of the unprecedented demand
for lumber. Orcgonuiu.
Dr. Pierce's "Favorite Prescription"
is not extolled as a "cure-all," but ad
mirably fulfills a singleness of purpose,
being a most xotent specific in those
chronic weaknesses peculiar to women.
1'articuliars in Dr. Pierce's pamphet
treatise on Dise:ises Peculiar to Wo
men, ninctj'-six pages, sent for three
stamps. Address Yokli'sDisi'kxsauy
Medivu. Association, Buffalo, New
Office over City
The Toy and Fancy Cloods Bazaar
is open to-day. New goods at Eastern
prices, in Kant's old store.
Fresh supply of candies at Oerk
vit7."s Pioneer Candy Factory, opposite
Hallo! Where arc you going'.' Why
to Frank Fabrc's for a pan roast.
Two front rooms, unfurnished; de
sirable location; inquire of Alex. Camp
bell, Gem saloon.
Furnished or unfurnished rooms
for rent: the finest in the city anil in a
most desirable location. Inquire at As
Have you tried a stew or pan roast
as Frank Fabrc cooks it V O rder one and
you'll thank us for the advice.
Sleepless Nights, made miserable
bv that terribjg-cgk. Shiloh's Cure is
tho remedy tor you. Sold by W- E. De
-r-A vefy complete assortment of blank
books, all sizes, styles and prices at the
City book store.
Fresh Squash pies, mince pics, fruit
cake, etc., at the Seaside bakery.
Averill's mixed paints, the best in
use, for sale at .1. W. Connrs drug store,
opposite Occident Hotel.
Best cough candy at Ocrkwitz's op
posite Bell tower.
Fine organs and pianos at Gustav
Hansen's. Call and examine.
Shoahvater bay eysters: fresh every
day, at Frank Fabrc's.
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
Oh ! maiden with grim teeth, avaunt!
Though fair you seem to look uuon,
Because you don't use SOZODOXT.
. The sweetness of your mouth is gone ;
Your breath is heavy, and, from this,
Your lips no more invite a kiss.
Told by a Iiife-Service Man.
On blustering days, sitting now by
a comfortable fire, my wandering mind
will often recur to the scenes of tho
experience of 1113' younger days. ; and
foremost always are the thrilling times
when I served as a wrecker on the
uorthor.i coast, clad in oil skins, rub
ber boots, and sou'wester hat. Possess
ed of a hardy constitution and robust
health, and with a natural desire for
adventure, I found that appetite ap-:
peascd in attending to my duty as a J
wrecker. Perhaps it was irksome on !
long acquaintance; yet while new
had for me a great charm. 1
Our rugged coast seemed made to!
harvest the most fearful wrecks ever,
cast upon a shore. Only one among'
many was the noble ship, storm-tossed
and dismasted, that we saw raised on
the crest of a towering wave and hurl- j
ed shoreward with teirific force, toj
rise on the next foam-crested billow,
revealing to our gaze, as she came
nearer, a haggard and ghastly crew,
doomed to destruction. Lashed to!
ring-bolt or rising remnant, washed
by each succeeding wave as it boarded
her amidships, or swept her deck from
stem to stein as she plunged head on,
some were dead in their lashings;
others we could see, through the pelt
ing rain and whirling mist, feebly call
ing or gesticnlatingeagorly, in vain
beseeching our aid. Tho terrific force
of storm and wind and falling night
had tied our hands. We heard in the
dead of night the crash as some giant
sea, rolling in, had deposited its load,
and guessed that all was over. Morn
ing brought a clear and sunny day,
void of storm; and all that remained
to tell the tale was the once majestic
ship as she lay on the rocks, half snb
msrged and rent asunder, and the
ghastly bodies that occasionally dotted
To depict the expression on faces
seen thus would fill volumes. Some
seemed peaceful and happy in death",
as though they had found a haven of
rest long sought. Others looked dis
torted and wrenched out of all human
shape, the white, unseemly lips half
open, the tightly closed teeth showing
beneath, and hands clenched to tell of
life's battle fought hard and lost. Had
we had hearts like adamant, these
scenes would hare left an impression
upon us. It needed but the cry of
"Ship oft" shore, drifting in!" to rouse
us to a man, ready and eager to rescue
from a watery grave the meanest cur
did occasion offer.
It was in the latter part of February,
18 , that we were aroused from our
slumbers by the sound of a distress
whistle. We were alive at once, and
on the scene of our labors in a twink
ling. A worse night was never seen.
The howling blast seemed bent on rid
ding ua of overy vestige of clothing.
We fought and tusselcd withitatevery
step. The driving rain scorned bent
on washing us awnv, while the sea
piled mountains high on our rocky
beach, and conjectures were running
wild, old-salt theories multiplying thick
The powerful blast of a deep-mouthed
whistle came to us at every lull in
the storm, distinct and clear. The air
seemed to be filled in evt-ry nook and
cranny with it. It seemed to be reach
ing out for and grasping us, like a huge
octopus with ita long arms, striving to
draw us on to the rescue.
"Ah! I am sure I saw it, sir," said
Jack Redding, as hardy a tar as had
ever crossed tho stormy main. "A
steamer, sir; 1 saw her lights as she
raised. I'm afraid she's done for, she's
All eyes were bent seaward, but in
vain, Tho driving rain and sleet shut
out all sight of over two hundred yards.
In vain we stretched ur eyes to catch
another glimpse of her. Every scream
of her whistlo thrilled us through and
through. It seemed to wail and cry
in the tumbling racket of the furious
storm. Again wo stood, unablo to givo
assistance, visions flashing tin ough our
minds of the ghastly handiwork of old
ocean which wo would once more have
to view. 'Twas almost useless to try
to talk, our voices being hurled away
on the breeze as it whistled past and
played sad havoc among the pines and
redwoods on the range back.
"I wish 'twere morning, sir; she's
driving on fast, and I pray God wo may
give a helping hand."
It was a long night, but we would
not quit our posts. Visions of women
and children that possibly crowded
her decks and would soon need our
succor thronged our minds. We knew
that strong men would soon be strug
gling for life, and we must stand by
and give them a helping baud. Most
we thought of tho anxious crowd we
should behold when we ffrst sighted
"She's boaring now, sir, about sou'
west, from the sound."
"It's queer sir," said Sandy Marble,
"6he must be clear drowned out, or
we could now seo her lights."
Slowly and surely she was drifting
in, the sound was coming nearer and
nearer, and at last the dark bngan to
abate with the storm and the night.
"I seo her, sir!"
"Dead south, bearing in fast. She's
down by the head, and seems to be
sinking. They be jumping overboard,
At this we woro on a dead run for
the plaoe where wo oxpected she would
strike, about a half mile below where
we had stood watch.
"Thoy must havo tied the whistle
down, sir," panted Redding, as he ran;
"she toots all the time."
We had taken a route around a
pile of rocks, hiding the wreck tho
whole way from our sight ; and now
we landed in full view of where it
lay, wedged in between two bowlders
the whistling buoy from Columbia
River bar, which had got adrift the
day before, 'and had come in on us
We turned and wended our way
homeward, tired and wet, aud I can
not say whether it was with thanks
to the Almighty for a catastrophe
averted, or with curses on tlio luck
which had cheated us of a good night's
Try our Borax Soap made oxprolvj
for us and guaranteed of superior qua!- j
ily. Can be used for any purpo audi
will not injure the most delicate fabric. I
A line toilet soap. '
A 2l. .Ioiixsox & Co.
IadicH ! Splendid Bargains I
Mrs. Malcolm is closing out Imt lx-k
of embroideries at eot. A line lot ofj
ladies' cloaks, ulsters, and Knglih j
walking jackets will also be sold at cast, i
No hotter bargains can be got anywhere, j
Mr. Lilt reliable manufacturer, will!
soon be here with elegant Cloaks at W
pel cent, less than can be bought. j
Oyster! Oyster!! 1
At Frank Fabro's; in every style.
Fresh from the beds every day. !
Window Shade. Wall Paper. I
The finest assortment of wall paper!
and window shades ever brought to
Astoria at M". Olsen's furniture store.
Newest styles and lowest prices. '
If of ice.
Any person caught mutilating or de-.'
racing the bills on our bulletin boards
will be prosecuted according to law.
Ten dollars reward is offered for in
formation that will lead to the convic
tion of the offenders.
.Ski.k. A- Co.
Wanted to teaxe or Heitt.
A house or rooms, furnished or unfur
nished, in a respectable locality., suita
ble for a small family. Address "House
Keeper," care Astokiax, giving loca
tion, description, tonus, etc. stating
when possession may be had.
A full Hue of artist's materials con
sisting of tube colors, sable brushes,
picture varnishes, canvas. &i &c. F.v
crything an artist wants at
Don't condemn a good thing because
yon have been deceived by worthless
nostrmna. Parker's Ginger Tonic
has cured many in thi3 section of nerv
ous disorders, and we recommend it
heaatily to such sufferers. iYejrvc.
The Iatest Styles.
Among the latest styles may be noted
the very prevalent one of taking Syrup
of Figs instead of castor oil, pills, salts,
and the other bitter and nauseous reme
dies of former times. It is a very deci
ded improvement, as any one may learn
bv getting a bottle from our druggist,
Hode Davis & Co., Wholesale Agents,
Mother! Mother-:: Mother! !
1 Are j'oudisturbeil at night and broken
of your rot by a sick child suiTeriug
and crying with, the excruciating pain
of cutting teeth V If so. go at once aud
get a bottle of Mrs. Winslows Soothing
Syrup, it will relieve the poor littlw suf
ferer immediately depend upon it:
there is no mistake about it. There is
not a mother on earth who has ever
used it. who will not t"ll oti at once
that it will regulate the bowels, and
give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child. opemtinglike magic.
It is perlcctiy sate 10 use. in an cases.
and pleasant to the laste, and is the pre
scription of one ot the oldest and best
female, physicians and nurses in the
United States. Sold everywhere. 2.1
cents a bottle.
To all who arc suffering from the
errors and indiscretions :f youth, nerv
ous weakness, early decay. Io-s of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you F1IEE OF ClIAKGK. This
great remedy was discovered by a mis
sionary in South America. Send a self
addressed envelope to the JJev. Joskimi
T. Ixmax, Station J), Xew York City.
Have Wistar's balsam of wild cherry
always at hand. Jt cures coughs, colds,
bronchitis, whooping cough, croup, in
fluenza, consumption, aud all throat and
mng complaints. r0 cents and.$ra tort
ile. Catarrh cured, health and sweet
breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Itein
edy. Price ,r0 cents, Masai Injector free.
For sale by W. E. Dement.
Shiloh's Vitalizer is what you need
for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Diz
ziness and all symptoms of Dyspepsia.
Price 10 and 73 cents per bottle. Sold
by W. E. Dement.
Physicians' prescriptions carefully
compounded day or night at .1.
Conn's drug store, opposite Occident
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loss of Appetite, Bowels costivo,
Pain in the Scad, with a dull sen
sation in the back part, Pain under
the Shoulder blade, fullness after
eating;, with a disinclination to ex
ertion of body or mind, Irritability
of temper, Low spirits, with a fecl
ipg of aavinjr neglected some duty,
weariness, Dizziness, Flntterimr at
the heart, Dots before the eyes, Yel
low Skin, Headache generally over
the right eye, Bestlessneas, with fit
ful dreams, highly oolored Urine,
Thftv TnrASBA 4ht Ankf 4m.A mH.K
the body to Take mm Flesh, thus tl.c fv.
tern Is aearlsaed, and by their Tonic
Aetlea on the Dlgeetlre Organs, ltcic
alar gtealaare produced. Prlou j cent.
jjjjjjgarragjjt., It. T
TUTT S HAIR DYE.
Grit Haik or Wbjbxkks change to a Glosst
Blicx by a slnglo application of UiLjDye. it
Imparts a natural color. Acts Intn tan eous
iy. Sold by Druggists, or tent by express on
OFFICE. 3S MURRAY ST., ST. Y.
I Twisi s wiisis m hs sat ntac iMhum. J
TtTTTS PILLS aro especially
adapted te sacK cases, eae loao cr.
feet tmek a caaaae er feeling; a to
utanlik IMe saflerer.
JUST RECEIVED !
A fine assortment
of Knit Jackets in all
the leading colors.
JTeckwear and Hos-l
iery, par excellence.
Boots. Hevcimar rub
ber Clothing. Genu-!
ine English Pilots
Cloth, and a grand j
assonineiu 01 mens, -
Youth's, and Boys'
Overcoats and Uls-I
M. D. KANT'S,
Tin- P.oss Merchant Tailor and Clothier.
To the Public-
I wish to inform the public that my
establishment is the oxr.Y place in
Astoria that makes caudv: 1 make the
finest fresh candy every day, and this t
is more man any one else can sav heio,
Patronize home manufacture.
.Imx P. C'l.ASSKX.
U'ili you sutler with Dispep.-ia and 1
Liver complaint.' Mnloli s italizer is
guaranteed to cure you. Sold by V. E.
Gkav hairs often cause annoyance,
which Parker's Hair llalsam prevents
by restoring the youthful color.
Shipper Ai Ilybke. No. 11. Oak street
Portland, are the bon ton tailors of the
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 .1. W.
Conn's druir store, opposite Occiden
In tei. Astoria.
For the uenuine .1. II. Culler old
liourbon. and the best of wines, liquors
and San Francisco beer, call at the (Jem
opposite the bell tower, and see CamiH
Mr. .lohn Kogers of the Central Mar
kct, has made arrangements to keep al
he finest fresh fish, etc, in their season
I'artics desiring to have a turkey
for dinner on Thanksgiving Day can be
accomodated by leaving their orders at
the Star Market.
J, JE, THOMAS,
Kinr.py's Iluililiiitc. npimMte I). K. Warren"-
Drugs and Chemicals.
A FINK LINK OI-'
Toi et and Fancy Articles.
jgr- rn-rl:iHim can-fully -nmin)uiuIil
at all hour-:.
- ask roii
Union India Rubber Company's
Pun Para Cum
HKWAKK OF IMITATIONS!
15 .sure tlic Hoots arc stamncil CliACK
PllOOF mi I liPlieoK ami have the PUKE
GUM Sl'RlXGS mi tin- foot ami instep,
which. prevent their cracking or breaking.
We are now making them with UUJiUKU
AND ASBESTOS Soles which will make
them hist more than twice as long as any
Kulibcr lloots maile.
FOi: SALK P.Y ALL DEALKItS.
all kinds i;rp.i;i:i: p.eltixc, pack-
IXC, HOSl-:. SPKIXCS.CLOTHINC.
P.OOTS AND SHOES, pic.
;ooiyi:ak icubber co.
K. II. PEASE. .fr., .,.,.,
S.M. KUXYOX, fAllls
X.. K Gc SMITH,
ImiKu tcr ami Wholesale dealer in
Cigars and Tobacco, Smoker's Ar
ticles, Playing Cards, Cut
lery, Etc., Etc.,
The largtt ami finest stock of Meerschaum
ami Amber goods in the city. Particular at
tention paid to orders from the country and
Cheiiamus street, Astoria, Oregon.
TIIEO. P.1CACKEK, Manager
Scarf Pins, Chains, Watches,
Of every description.
The finest stock or Jewelry in Astoria.
ESAH goods warranted as represented.
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
OXE SKIFF AP.OUTI5 FEET LONC
Owner will prove property and pav
charges. Apply to U. II. IJAFX. "
OX OK AP.OUT XOYEM11EK 23l. OXE
douhle-etider boat about 13 feet long.
Parties returning same to C. II. Italu will be
C. II. COOPER, GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Dry Goods Clothing' House
mw MJ Dmmm ' ATTBAemtNB !
Every Department Filled ie Overfldwlagl
In this department will be found the
match, comprising recent importations of new and decided
novelties, NOT OBTAINABLE ELSEWHERE.
Among the many colors in our extensive
line of fall materials may lie
DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT-COMPLETE LINE OF
Blankets, Flannels, Comforters,
Bed Spreads, Sheetings, Napkins,
Table Linen, Towels, Etc., Etc.
Hosiery and Underwear Department.
We are showing complete lines in
Ladies and Children's Hosiery I Underwear
In our Cloak room will be fojiml
Pompadours, Circulars, Ulsters,
Dolmans, Jackets, Wraps, etc.
While directing attention to this department we feel confident in assorting
that our styles are not onh the newest, but our prices are exceedingly moderate.
, H. OOOiPER!
(KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS BUTJDTXG.)
Astokia, November 1, 1SS2.
FALL IMPORTATIONS !
We are receiving by every steamer new additions to our stock of
Dry Goods. Notions, Ladies' and Children's Shoes,
Hosiery, Blankets, Ete.
Our stock of Dress Goods, Silks, Satins,
Velvets, Plushes, etc., show a large variety.
Also an elegant line of Ladies aud Children's
Our tables arc covered with the nicest
selection of Fichus, Ties, Collarettes and
Fancy Goods too numerous to mention.
QVWK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS.
Wu Study to PIoa.se.
2:rSamples sent free to any address on application.
2gP'Agents for the celebrated Springfield Sewing
IVoxt Door to FythlaH Hall.
d. a. Mcintosh,
TAILOR AND CLOTHIER,
i ciii:t BI.OCK.
Men's Furnishing Goods, White
Fine Selection of Neck-wear, Hosiery, Gloves, etc.
CLOT H I N GI
Overcoats, TTlsters, Business Suits,
The largest and mast complete stock of
CLOTHS. WORSTEDS. CASSIJIERES. ETC.. ETC.
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