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ASTORIA, OREGON, THUKSDAY, MAY 22, 1884.
PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
Proceedinj-i ol sbe Board of Cotuity Com-
misilcners of Wahkiakum Cousty,
TV. T. Hay Term. 1854.
MoDiT, May Z. 163L
Present Jesse Eaker, Thomas Irv
ing and James Wright, commission
ers, S. F. Albert, sheriff, and C. C.
Shepherd auditor and cleric o the
In the matter of the petition from
citizens, of the West fork, Skam
okawa, asking for a county road, to
commence at the north boundary of
the Peter Eclilund and Peter Oak's
claim, thence to extend in a south
erly direction along the foot of hills
as near as practicable, to the foot of a
high precipice of rocks, and along
the Skamokawa creek on E. Moo's
land claim, thence between creek and
precipice to a point in front of E.
Moe'sliouse as the terminus of said
It is hereby ordered that, whereas
a remonstrance has been presented
to the board signed by nineteen citi
zens, against said proposed roau
and stating iu said remonstrance
that the few settlers have all that
they can do to maintain the present
road in order, that no action lo taken
by the board.
Saloon bond of K II. Augell, ex
amiued and approved, and a liquor
license granted for ihe term of sis
(6) "months, from and after the 5th
day of May, 18S4, h pujinent of
62.50, tho receipt of which is hereby
Tho following load supervisors ap
pointed for tho year ISoi, to wit:
Eoad district No. 1 -.1. P. Kimball.
Road district No. 2 IJobert Burch.
Eoad district No. 3 Frank M.
Koad district No. I
Boad district No.
-J. G. ESiiot.
o T'lOWas J.
Road distriot No. G John Klint.
Eoad district No. 7 J. L. Lewis.
Bend of E. 0. Nelson and PaciGc
Oadeau for the payment of costs of
the survey and view of tho road pro
posed between the Elohoman and
Cathlamet in case tho same is not
granted. Examined and approved.
Petitions presented by 39 citizens
of the Elohoman, asking for a county
road aa follows, to wit: Beginning at
the county road leading from Eloho
man to Cathlamet and about seven
rods north of the north lino of the
Birnie, D. C, claim; thence about
northwest to a small gulch near the
north line of "William Spence3' land;
thence near north down said gulch
land through a lane and extending
through J. J. Foster's farm to the
bank of Strong's -river; thence down
the left bank of said river to a small
island in said river; thence crossing
said river; thence down tho right
bank of said river to tho west line of
R. 0. A. Elliot's farm; thence to fol
low north on said line forty rods more
or less; thence near northeast to the
north line of said Elliot's farm aud
to a stake recently driven; thence
north to a stake No. 72; thenco to fol
low the old road near north by east to
Cadeatfs old logging road; thence to
follow the base of the hill to the
southwest corner of the southwest
Quarter of section 24. township 9
north, range 6 west; thence north to
the northwest corner of said quarter
section and terminating at said cor
ner. Annlication of T. A Holden re
ceived asking for a view for a public
road as follews: Commencing at some
convenient point on the premises of
the said T. A. Holden, thence to run
in a southwest direction along the
foot hills on the east sido of the laud
of F. B. Hull on tho most practicable
route through said laud; thenco w est
on the line dividing the land of S.
Walker and F. B. Hull and to con
nect with the road leading from F. B.
Hull's place to Gray's river. Akd
remonstrance of F.B. Hull presented,
claiming damages to the amount of
$500, provided that the road is
granted as proposed above.
Obdebed: That no view be ordered
for the above proposed road for tho
reason that said application does not
call for a road to connect with the
Report recoived of S. P. Hoff. sur
veyor, A. J. Montgomery aud C. D.
Bjoinsgaard, viewers, appointed at
the February, 18Si, torm, to view a
section of road built by August Land,
Sr., in road district No. 3, and to con
sider the advisability of connecting
the stone "with the county road. It is
here5yordered that said section of
road be accepted as a county road in
accordance with the minutes of sur
veylaifd view contained in said report.
jObiiebed: The county school super
iatedentana the board of county
commissioners, hereby order the sub
division of school district No. nine (9)
adjbaa new school district shall be
established, bounded and numbered
jjegimjing at the southeast cor
nMforr&izteen (16) of town
ship ten (iO) north of range eight (8),
west, thence west two (2) miles, thenco
north one-half Q) mile, thence west
one (1) mile, thence north two and
one-hslf i24) miles, thence cast four
(4) miles, to the northeast corner of
section three (3) of said township,
thence south two (2) miles to the
sontheat corner of section ten (10),
thence west one (1) mile, thence south
one (1) mile to the place of beginning,
and to be known as school district
Obdehed: The county school
superintendent, (the board of county
commissioners concurring) orders
that the boundaries of school district
No. two (2i be changed so as to con
form to the following boundaries,
Beginning at the west line running
north and south of township nine (9),
north, range five (5) west, thenco run
ning from said line where it inter
sects with the line of school district
No. one (1), and running north on
said line to tho east and west north
boundary lino of section eighteen (18),
thence east to the north and south
boundary line of section fourteen
(14 J, thence south five (5) miles, thenco
west to the place of beginning. The
school house to be located on the
north boundary of M B. Sullivan's
Tho Board proceeded to explain
the assessment roll roturned by the
County Assessor for tho year 18S4.
Tgesdat, May 6, ISSi.
Tho BoarJ selected two Jury lists
Irom tho iininos of those persons re
siding in tho county who were qual
ified to servo as Jurors, ono contain
ing the names of t'.enty-fivo(25) per
sons qualified to servo as Grand Ju
rors, and the other containing the
names of twenty-five (25) persons
qualified to servo as Petit Jurors.
Vf. P. Melutire, J. F. Kimball, Pa
cific Cideau, B. P. Shepherd, Charles
Pige, Charles Hanuagan. Maurice
Sullivan, Wm. Blackmore, J. J. Fos
ter, F. B. Hall, Wm. Rehfeldt, Thom
as Foss, T. A. Holden, E. W. Combs.
Antone Sorensen, John LaiuontJohn
Fitzpatrick, William Stewart, F. J.
Eggman, Andrew Grew, W. S.Brooks,
Jacob Wilson, J. B. McDonald, Nich
olas O'Connor, Henry Cook
George Y. Carlton, George Hath
away, P., F. O'Brien, John Nassar,
John Nice, Robert Rowland, Richard
McGrah. John Dockar, Jr.. B. L
Shepherd, H. P. Anderson, G. R.
Durrah, John A. Blair. Peter Brix,
Charles Roungor, Thomas J. Birch
arJ, H. P. Ahlberg, Alfred Seely,
Patrick Gatens, John Seltorlind.
John Dougherty, Michael Callahan,
S. P. Lindhall, Eulos Olson, Mark
Kelly, John Grove.
Petition received from 22 settlers
of Gray'rf river, asking for a survey
and view of the county road from
Samuel Walker's place and thence
east to its terminus, lo-wit: Com
mencing at the gato on the river bank
iu front of Samuel Walker,s house,
ihenco to follow the track of tho road
east and across tho township line,
and continue on the extension of tho
Gray's river road as far as said road
has been viewed and located, tho ter
minus of which is tho S. E. corner of
section eight. (8), township ten, ( 10),
N. R. seven, ( 7 ), west. Also praying
to have the road relocated iu front of
J. Baker's house, where the river has
cut out tho road for a distance of
about threo hundred (300) feet, and
to have the damage to J. Baker as
sessed for a strip of land necessary
for the road in lieu of the road washed
away by tho river.
Remonstrance presented, signed by
J. Baker and seven other citizens of
said road district against the reloca
tion of tho abovo road.
Obdebed: That no action be tak
en by the board relative to the above
petition, for the reason that said peti
tion does not C3ll for n survey and
view of the cnliro road.
The following taxes were levied for
the year 18S4, to-wit:
For county purposes, six (6) mills.
Eor Territorial purposes, two aud
For school purposes, six (G) mills.
For road purposes, two (2) mills.
For poll, S2.00, road poll, $4.00.
Tho assessment roll for tho year
l&SL, having been duly examined,
equalized and corrected, was ap
proved. Tho following varrants were drawn
by order of the board of county com
missioners at the May, 1884, term of
the commiesiouers court in and for
tho county of Wahkiakum, W. T., to
1 To J. AT. Clemens, for fees
as probate judge in the
case of John Johnson,
insane $ 8 95
2 To J. W.Olemens for G mos
salary as county school
superintendent. 50 00
3 To O.O. Shepherd for aud
and stationery 85 81
4 To S. P. Hoff for Burvey-
ing and viewing county
xoad in Road dist. No. 3 10 10
To A. J. Montgomery for
one day's services in
viewing road in Road
Dist.No.3 2 00
To C. B. Bjoinsgaard for
viewing road in Road
Dist No. 3 2 00
To J. S. Masten for assess
ing county for the year
1SS4 185 00
To J. T. Lutes for amount
overpaid on his tax of
To S. P. Lindhall for 2
days' services transport
ing John Johnson, in
sane, to county seat. . . .
To Jonas Olsen for 3 days'
services in transporting
John Johnson, insane, to
county seat 7 50
To Jesse Baker.for 3 days'
services as connty com
missioner and mileage,
-May, ISSi, term
To James Wright, for 3
days' services as county
commissioner and mile
age, May, 18S4, term
To Thomas Irving, for 8
days' services as county
commissioner and mile
age, May, ISSi, term
To S. F. Albert, for fees
as Sheriff in case of
Spruce vs. Wahkiakum
county, attondanco at
probate court, examin
ing tax rolls with Audit
or, and 1 dajs' attend
ance at commissioners'
To G. T. Allen, adminis
trator of the estate of
Geo. B. Roberts, for pro
visions furnished Mrs.
Teabo 8 05
To H. W. Bowman, J. P.,
for fees in the case of
Chas. Wood vs. Terrig,
of Washington 6 30
To N. H. Augell, for wit
nees fees in the case of
Chas. Wood vs. Terrig,
of Washington 3 00
To W. W. Marshall, for
witness fees in case of
Terrig of Washington
vs. Chas. Woods 3 00
To W.D. Baker, M.D.,
for examining John
Johnson (insane) 20 00
To J. S. Masten, for at
tendance one day as
assessor at commission
ers' court, May, 1834. . .
To John Dockar, for sup
plies furnished Mrs
To J. F. Kimball, for bar
ley for Mrs. Teabo ,
To John Dockar, county
Treasurer, for 4 per
cent. $944 84, received
and disbursed 76 32
C. 0. SHEPHERD
Auditor and Clerk,
Wahkiakum Co., W. T.
What They Say.
Tho protection democrats say their
action has savod their party from an
nihilation in November next Tho
tariff reformers assert that it has ut
terlv ruined it, and unless tho Chi
cago convention repudiates them
there are no more prospects of success
than there were in 1861 or 1863.
"This thing merely demonstrates
wnac is oiien saia in a jocuiar way,
said one of the Ohio members yester
day, "that the Democrats are utterly
and completely incompetent. Ono
smell of tho honey in the promised
land sets them to fighting like cats
on a moonlight night. Look at them
all over the country. See how tho
Ohio legislature made capital of us.
They sent a barrel of Standard oil to
the senate and kicked up such an in
fernal row while in session that the
state was glad whou thoy adjourned.
Look what a record the .Republican
legislature of New York is making for
its party. "Why, they tell me the re
form bills are so thick in the air at
Albany, you can't see across the
streets. California is another doubt
ful state, where 1 hear old Nick is to
pay with the party, and Pennsylvania
the Lord deliver us! I hear that
sinco that infernal grab Democratic
legislature adjourned, tho people are
talking of putting all Democrats in
Pennsylvania to death.
".But its always this way. This
congress came Here under the best
auspices. "Wo had nearly two-thirds
in tho house and wo could have
forced some good bills upon the effete
senate. But what's tho result? We
have got all tho national banks down
on us; wo have got all tho telegraph
monopolies down on us; we have
scared all tho manufacturers and
basiness men in the country nearly
to death with this infernal tariff bu -bear;
wo have refused to help build
a now navy, and the great newspapers
of the country havo warmed us for
that; we havo threatened all the
land grant railroads with extinc
tion, and they are just aching to con
tribute to the Bepublican campaign
fund; wo failed to pass tho whisky
bonded extension bill, and the whisky
manufacturers are now 'out of
politics' and aro also anxious to
contribute to the Republican cam
paign fund, and on top of all this wo
have ono Standard-oil senator, and
Randall and Morrison. Between the
three we ought to keep the camp
burning; but the mutton-heads who
talk about Democratic success next
iau snouia do sent to xno insane
asylum. It's tho old adage give the
Democrats the rope and they can be
trusted to hang themselves." "
The tariff reformers, .however, say
the Chicago convention will settle
Mr. EandalL There he is to be taken
up and crucified on an ''only for rev
enue"' platform, and if he objects, and
those who back him as a presidential
candidate objects, all are to be .read
out of tho party. There is a ohance,
however, that this wild talk will cease
before July 8. "I have been a Demo
crat for forty years, said old Mr.
Eaton, "long before some of these
youngsters were born. Bead me out
of the party? They don't know what
they are talking about"
"Readme out of the party?" says
Uncle Sam Randall, "I have been
fighting Democratic battles for twen
ty years in this house, and I will be
here fighting still when -many of
these wild follows are in the Repub
lican party. I advised against all this
business in tho beginning, and when
thoy get tho life beaten out of them
for it, they will recollect whet I pre
WHAT WE OUTLIVE.
There is a little French, phrase
which sums up in six words one's
whole experience of life: "Tout passe;
tout casso; tout lasse" everything
passes, breaks, fatigues in time. It
is a question of time only. jWo out'
live everything in turn from tho
fresh dolights of childhood, through
tho deeper joys of adolescenco and
the grave satisfaction of successful
maturity, down to the- very peace of
old age. &
First of tho links which iaU from
tho golden chaiu is that phantasma
goric and unreal state we calljhild
hood that state which mak?s its
own world apart trom tuo teal me
going on about it, and lives ingphad
ows and dreams, created by ihyigina-
anco. The griefs which Wte so
violent then as almost to bref kLour
heart would now be no heavierthah
thistledown, no moro substantial than
a cloud. The joys which matted the
glad earth a childish paradise tenant
ed by cherubs for playmates duaLan
gels for guardians, would now8o!in
tolerable if thov had to be endured.
It is all outlived, and we jtand,the
burial place of that young paat-fdif-ferent
iu all save name and cojatialid
In youth the doubts andtfears
which so terribly affected us'areabw
as vaguo and unsubsfantiaiy aspire
the formersorrows of childhood. Be
fore wo knew our powet'be'had
measured exactly the space wWbould
occupy in the history of our tame, and
the esteem of society what- aruin-
finitudo of these doubts asftr'feara
distracted us! Wo were so uncertain
of ourselves, if we were sonsillvoana
without much assertion; or if of the
more sanguino kind, we made so
many bold fights which ended in ig
nominious tumbles into the gutter
before wo learned tho exact strength
of our opinions and what we could do
and wLat we could notl The invita
tions to high places which gave so
much anxious consideration about
tae correct shibboleth the triumphs
which were pain rather than pleasure
because of shyness and modesty the
bright burning hopes which seemed
a3 if they would go on forever like
the sun and tho stars and which
ended in smoke and smudge!
And then our lova affjirs! The
sleepless nights we havo had because
she was cross or ho was cold; because
she flirted in tho corner with Tom
and ho gave hi3 arm to tho supper
room to Janel Aud in return the
wild, nnreasouing delight when the
idol of the moment graciously winked
i.e. ..,:.,, na ;, i . o;, r
uisijicuiuuo ; u jjuiuoouu
understanding our prayer! It has all
passed. And we havo all outlived
our love for Tom, or married Jane
which certain cynics say comes to
much the same thing. Ac all events,
if we havo mairied, wo havo outlived
fear and know the best and the worst
of our portion.
In like manner, if wo go on long
enough, wo outlive tho proud joy of
fulfilled ambition. Tho honor which
we gave our life to gain becomes to
us a mero pinch of dust, a moro name,
when our vitality has waned and we
caro no more for thing3 of this world;
when pleasure itself has fallen from
us, ana wo want only rest ana peace.
Wo need only to go on long enough
to como to this: "Tout passe; tout
casse; tout lasso!"
While, however, any energy lives in
us at all, and before we como to the
last sad stage when wo are merely liv
ing mummies, held together by a
slender thread ot life there are cer
tain things wi do not and ought not
to outlive thero are: Love of truth,
love of beauty, love of humanity. We
love our kind best when we love all
that is beautiful and good most; and,
without lovo of our kind, life is a grim
and ghastly satire. We need never
outlive these things while the poor
frail machinery of the body does its
work. And with theae we shall al
ways find welld of happiness and floods
of sunshine whatever our outward
c roamstances may bo.
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ner Cas and Squeoi. qua. streets. Astoria,
Bosorth & Johns,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
Buy and sell all kinds of Real Estate and
represent the following Fire
Insurauce Conp.tnles :
Scottish Union and Na
tional, Plicenlx of Hartford
Home of New York,
Hamburg aud Bremen,
Plseulx or Brooklyn,
Policies written bv us in the Phcanlx and
Home and Scot'lsh Union and National at
f quiiatiie rates.
BANKING AND INSURANCE!
I. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
OFFICE HOURS :
From 9 o'clock A. M. until 3 o'clock P. M.
B. S. Worsley,
ar"Ofiice and "Ware Rooms on Squeraoqua
Street, next door to corner of Olney .
Advancements made on Consignments
No Charge fur tfttorase of Guedfl.
Tailoring Cleaning Repairing,
NEAT, CHEAP AND QUICK.
Mala St., opposite?. Loeb', Astoria, .
G. A. STINSON & CO.,
At Capt. Rogers old stand, comer of Caa
and Court, streete.
Snip and Cannery work. Horseshoeing.
WaKrns made and repaired. Good wont
Boat Sails to be Given Away
TJtree Private Fishcrmw
Can get NEW MAINSAILS &
Ing by calling on A. a. JOKTOZi,