ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY OCTOBER 13, 18S3 TnK negroes of "West Virginia show worthy example to their white neighbors: They horsewhip men who beat their wives. Editorial lamentations from the Standard are now In order, regarding the lavish use of S. J. Tilden's "bar'l o' money" in Ohio last Tuesday. Sometime ago the naval depart ment issued an -order forbidding the employment of local pilots on United States vessels. Recent consequent disasters on the Atlan tic coast-have caused a rescinding of the ill-timed decree . TnE Central American states are having three separate and dis tinct revolutions, and the acquisi tion of property is conducted on the good old principle that they shall take who have the power and they shall keep who can. Mayor Harrison of Chicago, in opening the Illinois state fair, said that Illinois fanners are in a criti cal condition, since the Northern Pacific railroad has opened a coun try of wonderful fertility, and sub jected them to new competition. The Iowa and Ohio election re suits in- a Democratic majority in the former state of 12,000 and a Republican majority in the latter of 20,00. the Iowa legislature is Republican, in Ohio it is Demo cratic; Prohibittion has been successful in both states. Tup steamer Coolie, which sailed from San Francisco for Hong Kong last Thursday, carried away nearly 1200 Chinamen, the largest number that ever sailed from that port. Of these over 000 were pro vided with return certificates. Notwithstanding the crushing and squeezing to get aboard, great good humor prevailed among them. An item worthy of remark was that every one of the 1200 was carrying off with him from 500 to SI. 000. The Villard stocks were a little lower on Thursday. It was offici ally announced that a syndicate, headed by Drexel, Morgan & Co., Winslow, Lanier & Co., and Aug ust Belmont & Co have made a proposition to the Northern Pacific Railroad Company for the pur chase of S1S,000,000 of the second mortgage bonds. The syndicate is composed practically of the same parties who negotiated the first mortgage bonds, and includes, in addition to the above, Drrxel & Co., of Philadelphia, J. S. Morgan & Co., of London, J. and "W. Selig tnan & Co., L. Yon Hoffman & Co., Robert Lenox Kennedy, C. B. Wright and Frederick Billings, finance committee of the Northern Pacific road, will act upon the proposition to-day. Sax Francisco merchants are protesting against the continued exactions of tne Central Pacific. The following from the Chronicle shows tho form their indignation takes: 'Meanwhile the Northern Pacif-j ic goes on steadily building up its traffic and making daily encroach ments upon the trade of the Cen tral Pacific; By yesterday's Port land steamer freight was carried which will .make up a train of four teen cars, much of which would have gone to Ogden and been dis tributed by the Northern Utah had the Northern Pacific not been .in operation. One item was fif teen tons of quicksilver sent to Montana and another the first in stallment of ten carloads of apples, which are to be delivered in that Territory, at li cents per pound. Every day merchants are availing themselves of the new facilities for reaching the northern districts. Freight will from to-morrow be insured to all distributing points, and now that it is known that the Northern Pacific is not a party to the special contract pool, the Cen tral Pacific may "begin to feel that the merchants of "San Francisco are not slow to avail themselves of an avenue of relief as soon as it is opened." j Political prophecy is the most uncertain of all forecasts, but itj would seem to be almost a cer tainty, from the way things now shape themselves, that if Tilden is alive when the next Democratic national convention meets, he will be declared the Presidential nom inee of that party. GRAND ItlEtS. T. S. JEWETT Begs to announce to the ladles of Astoria that she nas Just received a full line or Mil linery Goods Including the Finest and Latest Style .Pattern of Hats and Rounds Kver brought to this city, and which she will Sell 23 per cent. Cheaper than any Portland house as her rents and expenses are cheaper, besides expressage and annoyance. She will make it an object to purchasers of line hats to buy at home, therebv enabling them to see and Know what t lie v buy. She can assure all perfect satisfaction as regards style and make up. as she has engaged the services of the Ijeadfns Jllllncr of the well known firm of Hildebrand . An derson, of Portland. Mrs. Jewett will hold a grant opening of Millinery and Fancy Goods on Friday and Saturdny. October ltli and 13th. and dlsplav the latest stvle and shapes of Velvets, Birds, Flowers, Ribbons, Hats etc. She can assure the ladies of Astoria, and vicinity of a treat and hopes to see all of of her old customers and many new ones at her store. Mrs. "Warren's old stand, next to Odd Fellows Temple. Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE annual meeting of the stockholders of the West Coast Packing Co. will be held at the office of said Co.. on Oct. 23d. iks.;, for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors for ensuing j ear and the t ransactlon of such other business as juav come before the meeting. By order of the President. H. E. NELSON. Ul Secretary. Assessment Notice. TWrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE JJ assssment roll of school DIst. No, i, Clatsop County, Oregon, can be found at the ofllce of the undersigned until Saturday, October 12 at C o'clock r m. Parties desiring to file objections thereto, or note errors therein are notilied to present the same on or before the said date to cither the undersigned or one of the directors of said district. By order of the Directors. J. O. BOZOKTH, Clerk School Dist No. 1. Clatsop Co. Oregon. d-t-d Notice for Publication. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE state of Oregon for the county of Clat sop: If. IL Wolfe and I C. Mcrshon, partners as Wolfe and Mershon, Pitts., vs, .lames Turk, Catharine Turk, Defts. Suit in equity to foreclose mechanics Hen. "Whereas an action has been com menced in the above entitled court by the above named plaintilTs and against the above named defendants, to foreclose a mechanics lien and for judgment against defendants thereon for the sum of three hundred ami fifteen and sevcuty-flve one-hundredths ($315.75) dollars, and for costs and disbursements and for such other and further relief as in equitv they maybe entitled to. Notice is hereby given to all persons interested in the enforce ment of the lien, or claiming any ben efit thereof, to present their claims within ten days after the complete publication of this notice, and that incase of a failuie to do so within that time orso much further time as mav be alIoved by the court or judge, the" parly so failing shall forfeit his lien nuder the :vt entitled "An Act to Pro vide for Liens of Mechanics. Laborers, Mate rial Men, and others, and Prescribing the manner of their Enforcement." Approved October 28th, 1874. WOLFE & MERSHON, By Curtis & Hudson. Attvs. for Plaintiff. Dated this 5th day of October, A. 1), ISSt. KSTAKUSllKI) JS 1832. AEMES & DALLAM, Manufacturers and Importers of Wooden and Willow Ware Twines, Brooms, Brushes, Baskets, I'aIIs, Tubs, Clin r ns, WxihlilionrtiK, Itopc Cordage, Wrapping I';iprrs, Taper i:s, i:::liriliig Papers, .Mntchcx. IC: tidies. Clothes IVrlngers, Car pet Sivccprrs, Feather Dust ers, Stationery, Ac. 230 and 232, Front Street, SAN FRANCISCO, CAU READY FOR BUSINESS. Saddle and Harness Shop. A. J. CLOUTRIE. All manner of Repairing, etc., attended to. Shop in Page's new building on Cass street. Notice. ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO ME ARE hereby notified to settle their accounts by the irth Inst. Any accounts remaining unsettled otter that date will be put in the hands of Wheeler & Robb for collection. St WM. HOWE. BUSINESS CHANGE. QCONG YEE GEE HAVING GONE TO China has sold his Interest to Worn? Wah, who will continue the business under tne same sign. He has all kinds or China goods, Tea, Rice, and Oil. Also Atrcnt for China Labor. WONG KEE, LUM KONG GEE, sepl7-lm Partners. HANSEN BROS. SASH AND DOOR FACTORY, AND PLANING MILL. A full stock of home manufactured goods constantly ou hand. Special Attention given to Orders. All work guaranteed. Your patronage so- ASTORIA. ... - Oregon "CLXXjiOmXKrCSt-, Gleaning Repairing. NEAT, CHEAP AND QUICK. BY GEORGE ZiOVETTt Main Street, opposite N. Loeb's. Milliiiery Ojeiig! FOR LONBOH DIRECT ! ! The splendid iron Barque Al CHASCA, C38 Tons EcsLster, PRIDEAUX, MASTER. Vill take s tz q zsr incases for the above named port in lots to Hnit "HJnpner. and having large en gagements will be quickly dispatched. For terms or rrelcht and insurance apply SIP.SOX, CHURCH & Co.. Portland, Or. Or to P. L. CHERRY, Astoria. TOE, TILLAMOOK. THE Str. BSH. MILES Will leave Astoria f jtGKAV HAHP.OU. on At G o'clock A. M. Returning, will leave Garibaldi at I r. m. For particulars Inquire of CLAUDE THA TElt, Tillamook. CJipt. Whltcomb. on board, or .1. II. D. II It AY, Agent. '-FOR TiLLAfrlOOK. The new Steamer IJABBAGE. ... - Master. ATTENTION SOLDIERS ! SlOl.000,000 Appropriated in 1883 for Pensions. AN ACT to relie e soldier from t he charge of desertion and grant all such soldiers their full dues, and to grant soldiers marked as DESERTERS honorable discharge papers. AN ACT to extend the arrears of the nen- .sion act and continue it in force far as widows and children are concerned. AN ACT allow ing pay for horses and equipments iost In service, etc. Nearly e erj person is entitled to an increase. PensIortH. Itonntlew. Y.kimI Claims and I'atentH attended to. For particulars call or address C. .T. CURTIS, attorney ami Counselor at Law, Solicitor of Claims and Patents. Rooms 3 and 4 Odd Fellows building. As toria, Oregon. J. H. D. GrliAY. Wholesale and retail dealer in. GROCERIES, FLOUR, AH D FEED Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc. LIME, SAND, AND CEMENT. General storace and Wharias on reason able terms root of IVi ti.n street. Astoria Oregon. Drugs and Chemicals J.E. THOMAS, TVTTTr?riTC5rn Pharmacist, vAST0RlA.O to ear Prescriptions careftdly compounded j Day or Night. PLUMBING, Gas and Steam Fitting DONE RY RUDDOCK & WHEELE1I. AT fair Kites. ALso a complete stock of goods in our line. L&tl mates given and work guaranteed. Cass street, in rear uf I O O F building. next to Gas Cos onice. L. K Gr. SMITH, Importer and wholesale dealer in CIsar. ami Tobaccos, Smoker' Art tries, Playing Cards. Cutlery, Sta tionery. Etc Tho largest and finest stock of MEER SCHAUM and AMKER COODS in the city. Particular attention paid to orders from the country, Tiiro.RRACKER, Manager. Chenamus Street, AMoria. Oregon. LUMBER ! LATH AND SHUTOLES, In Quantities to suit at Short Notice STOXE & IAVIlSOX. tf Opp. Parker House. To The Public. WE. THE UNDERSIGNED. NOTIFY the public that e have bought the scow "Annie-" Parties who have any claim or claims against said scow should notify us within 30 d-i s. before all the money is paid. anu mane arrangements arcoruingiy. OLOF. THOMPSON, O.V. CARTER. Astoria, Or., October 5th, 1S83. Administrator's Notice. -RTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT JL the undersigned, executor of the last will and testament of Truman W. Eaton, deceased, has filed In the County Court ot the State of Oregon for Clatsop county, his final account as such executor, and the same h:is been set for hearing on Monday. January 7th, 1SS1. at the hour of ten o'clock In the forenoon, at which time and place all persons interested may apiear and be heard in relation inereto. d-tt-e sat 13. K. WARREN. Administrators Notice. "RTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT -LX the undersigned, executor of the last win ana testament or nenry .Miner, ne ceased. has filed his final account as such executor in the County Court of the State of uregon tor uiatsop county, ami tne same 1ms been set for hearimr on Monday. Janu ary 7th, 1ESI, at ten o'clock in the forenoon. ana an persons interested may then and mere appear anu ue neani m relation thereto. daw JOHN HOBSON. TCTOR SAILING DATES AND PARTICU JC bus apply to .1. . HUSTLER. Mam street Wharf. Astoria: ALLEN LEWIS. Portland ; J. L. STORY Tillamook. s o 5 Mr BE-OPEHIMG I Ladies desirous of uneamued in Style taiie pleasure m Stock SILKS, SATXM8 and BEISS &0GB rsr the GENTS' FDBNISEIBG BEPABTUENT. Everything- is Osinpisto and of the "best. PEAEL BBOS. a Have a Full Corner Ctem id mm III BASKIHG AND INSURANCE. AND WSORABCE AGENT. ASTOK1A, - - - OREGON OFFICE UOl'KS: FI1031 0 O'CLOCK A. M. UNTIL 3 O'CLOOICP.il. serance Co., OF CALIFORNIA. J. K. Houohtox . ...... I'restdent Ciiah. K. Stoby. Secrelnry Geo. L. STOitY........w...A;ent for C-3ko Capital paid up in U. S. rjohli coin .. 303 6M W J. W. CASI'.. Agent, Chenamus street. Astoria. Oregon. $67,000,000 CAPITAL. L1VEIIPOOL AND LOON AND GLOBE, NORTH BRITISH AND MERCAN TILE OF LONDON aN EDINBURGH. OLD CONNECTICUT OF HART FORD, AND COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. Roproicntics a capital of J?7.OCO.0(O. A. VAN DUSKX. AuenU Wilson & Fisher, SHIP CHANDLERS. DEAX.KRS IX Iron, Steel. Coal, Anchors, Chains, TAR, PITCH, OAKUM, NAILS AND SPIKES, Shelf Hardware, Paints and Oiis STEAM PACKING. PRGVIS5GKS, Agents for Salem Flctmr.g Mills, and Capital Flour. FAIRBANKS STANDARD SCALES. All sizes, at Portland Trices, in Stock. Corner Chenamus and Hamilton Street ASTORIA. OREGON. Hardware and Ship Mien A. VAH DU8EN & CO.. . pralers i;; Hardware and Ship Chandlery, Pure Oil, Bright Varnish, Binnacle Oil. Cotton Canvas, Hemp Sail Twine, Cotton Sail Twine. Lard Oil, Wrought Iron Spikes. Galvanized Cut Nails. Agricultural Implements, Sewing: rflncltincK. Faint ami Oils, ClrocerlcN, etc. mm as i&eaucearrice! procuring Goods and Finish will examinina: our of f-Jrrl fr T-1 Line of Balsa 4 71 im4 d V3 Coacomly Street Assessment. NOTICE U hervby jrivtMi that the assessment made by ordinance Xo. 35: of the city of Astoria, Clatsop county. Orccon, and which ordinance passed the Cousiiion Council of said city on the 21U h day of September. 3fs3, and vas approve'd on the 1st day ot October, 188a, for tlie roposed repair of Concomly street in me ciiy oi -vbiorui, as i:iui out and recorded by John ilcC'lure. from Main street to the western end of said Concomly street in the :nanner pro- videtl by ordinance ao.mO, of the eirj of Astoria, and which ordinance passed the Common Council otsaid city on the Kth day or juijissa, an.t was ap proved on the lutii day ot July, I8sa. on each of the following described lots fronting on said portion of said street is now payable at the office of the City Treasurer in U. S. gold coin, ami un less paid within live days from the ex piration of tins notice, viz.: b riday, Oc tober 19. 1.SS3. the Common Council will issue warrants for the collection tlierc of. The assessment is as follows: V Cutleri. pj Lot. J r"t2k -ment. rTdoodmaiTT " 1 W S-12 80 A 1 Unman li " -1'2 SO J)aniel (Jrahain 7 u " 42 .so Daniel Graham 8 " 12 SO il Brown &C II Page 5 S " 12 SO Estate of JS Russell. " 42 SO 31 Dillon 7 " u 42 SO V VY Parker 8 " " 42 80 Estate of It 1 Turner a 4 " ;rr :?s Estate of II L Turner r " 37 :i8 Marshall Kinnej'.... 7 M " ;rr ns Jacob Kamm 8 " " :!7 ::8 George McEwan r i " Ul 00 James Tavlor 4i " (it 00 M Nowlen 7 ' " (it 00 31 Nowlen 8 t.i 00 E C Crow n 7 ot oo E C Crow (i u " 01 00 HIS Parker 7 " " (5100 James Taylor S " " 01 00 C h rarkcr 5 S " 20 2T, 31 Ilocers ( " fit 00 V II Gray 7 " " Gl 00 W II Gray 8 " fit 00 3Irs II O Forth 10 " 01 00 CBocIing 2 ,; 0100 C Boeling a " 01 00 C Boding 4 il li Gl 00 J T Gray 1 10 " 01 00 J D 3Ierryman 2 " " Gl 00 George Hill a " " Gl 00 C Baltis 4 " K Gl 00 Morns Wise 1 11 " Gl 00 O A McGuire 2 " " Gl 00 C Baltis a B " I Gl 00 C W Kuowles and C T Thomes 4 " Gl 00 G Reed l is " :rz as Mr. I V.TBobb 2 " " a7 . II L Turner and Davis a ; " :rr as T A Hyland.. ....... 4 " 4; a7 ; WW Parker 1 11 " 42 SO V W l'arkcr 2 " " 42 80 W W rarker " " 42 SO WW Parker 4 " " 12 80 M"rs Marion Tron- chard 1 15 " 42 80 31 rs JIarion Tren chant 2 " 42 SO 3Irs 3Iarion Tren- . ' chard it " 42 80 3Irs 3Inrion Tren chant 4 44 " 42 80 CITY OF ASTORIA. Crossing of Concomly and 3Iadi- son streets 17."! 00 Crossing of Concomly and Jack son streets ". l.7 00 Crossing of Concomly and Polk streets I7f 00 Crossing of Concomly and Wash ington streets 78 50 Crossing of Concomly and La fayette streets 175 00 Crossing of Concomlv and Mam streets 7G 00 By order of tin Common Council. Attest: T.S.JEWETT, Auditor and Clerk Astorin, October a, 1885. Gr. A. STINSON & CO., BLACK3MITHING, At Cant. Holers old stand, corner of Ca?s uiiu Luun airecis. Ship and Cannery work, Horseshoeinf Wagons made and repaired. Good wor guaranteed. EAMOY GROGEEIS! TER r.p;-lv to the Captain, or to K. V. Parkt tM'fOKSSOK TO JACK vg PLUfViBiMG, GAS FITTING, AND CANNERY WORK Attended to Promptly or Reasonable Terms. CilHIVAJirS STliKFTr. Xext to C. Ii. Parker's Store. THE NEW MODEL A FULli STOCK ALWAYS OIT HAND. S3- SAWES, Two doors oast of Occident Hotel. ASTORIA, OREGON. CHAS. HEILBORN, MANUFACTURER OF FTTBNITURB S BEDDING AND DEALER IN Carpets. Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors, Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES Complete In every branch. J. OUSTAFSOX. A.JOHXSOX. MARTIN OLSEN &, CO. DEALERS IN FTOJsriTims s beddhsTG. Horn or 3Iain ami Sfiuemoisna Streets. Astoria. Oreson. WINDOW SHADES AND TRIMMINGS; WALL PAPER : ETC .1 t'omptclc Stock. PRICES AS CHSAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD. AT,J, 2S3iiIS OF FtTiiSSXLIIi: KEPAIRIJI AST) TARKISHED. Main Street Assessment. XOTICK is hereby given that the assessment made by Ordinance No. 553 of the City of Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon, and which Ordinance passed the Common Couneil of said city on the 29th day of September, 1883, and was ap proved on the 1st day of October. 1883, for the proposed improvement of Maui street, in the City of Astoria, as laid out and recorded by John McClure, from the south aide of Astor street to the south side of Eighth streetinthe manner pro vided v Ordinance No. 52; and which Ordinance passed the Common Council of said eitv on the 10th day of July, 1883, and was approved on the llth day or July, 1883, on each of the following described lots fronting on said portion of said street, is now payable at the oflice of the City Treasurer in U. i. gold coin, and unless paid within five days from the expiration of this notice, viz: Tuesday, October at, 1S83, the Common Council will issue warrants for the collection thereof. The assessment is as follows : Xttme rOwmer. W W 1'arker 3t Nowlen F Uerendes (I W Parker G W Parker I Bergman and A V Jierry A M Twombly Mrs II A Snow II B Parker II 13 Parker Mrs Jane ttadollct Mrs Jane Radollet A D Wass P Duffey CITr OF ASTORIA. Crossing of 3rain and Court streets Crossing of Main and 7th streets . . Crossing of Main and Sth streets . . .1 4 By order of the Common Council. Astoria, October 4, 1883. AEKER. STEADIES ! Eugene D. B.-ock, Master. orTOWEN'G, FKEIGHT orCnAK- r. Agent. 11. it. TAItlLEK. INS JIOSTGOMEKY.) DKALEK IX Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware. A Gcceral Assortment of HOUSEHOLD GOOPS. Agents 'or Magee Stoves and Ranges The Kest in the market. 1'iumQhiir goods of all kinds on haml. .lot; work done In a workmanlike maimer. RANGE CAN" BE HAD IN AS TORIA ONLY OF AGENT CALL AND EXASHNE IT, YQV WILL BE TLEASED. E. U. IIAWES is also agent for the It And other ftrst-cla33 stoves. Fnranco Wori, Steam Tit ,.inK3. etc.. a specialty. H 5? S1 ? ? 2 ? P 2 S. . -s. s. r 5 3 ' 2 I ? r I I r r i 47 100 12S ID I I 55 501-5183 70 " ' 128 20 454 113 50 24L 70 73 50 Gl 10 102 25 50 89 GO u 50 G4 10 139 34 75 93 83 " u Gl 10 120 30 00 94 10 " 04 10 120 30 00 94 10 88 100 128 20 435 108 75 236 95 a a 328 20 389 97 25 225 45 40 " 128 20 222 55 50 183 70 " 128 20 454 113 50 241 70 72 " 128 20 241 CO 25 188 45 K 12S 20 210 GO 25 188 45 tt) " 128 20 435 108 75 230 95 " 128 20 389 97 25 225 45 154 00 j 400 100 00 254 00 154 00 I 83 30 20 75 174 75 I 154 00 11294 323 50 477 50 T. S. JEWETT, Auditor and Clork.