' v t '.-J:. fZJ Ssioriau. ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY JULY 30. 18S5 GOING SECURITY. Is referring to the recent failure of a mercantile bouse in Danville, 111,, said to have been caused by go ing security for other firms, tbe American Grocer says: Tbe aboe news item points its own moral. This business failure does not stand out alone; a numer ous multitude could be named for similar cause. One of the wise men of old said : "They that go security shall smart for it,' ajid all business history confirms this saying. Fami lies that once lived in affluence are to-day verging on beggary for this cause. The innocent have to suffer for the mistaken kindness of the par ent. No father of a family has the moral right to risk the welfare of his children in going security for his friend or neighbor. No merchant is at liberty to lend his name to assist another financially as long as ho has outstanding obligations. His cred itors should be his first concern, and to see that they aro paid his first du ty. Endorsing other people's notes is a risk that no man should take who has a family to support or his own credit to maintain. Business men have about all the can do to attend to their own affairs without standing sponsor for others. It also frequent ly happens that the very men thus befriended turn round and become enemies of those who lent them a helping hand. Better say no at the start than to once yield and after ward refuse a money favor. The re fusal begets enmity on ihe part of the borrower toward the lender. This shows the peiversc side of human nature, especially in a busi ness .point of view. Entangling alliances are bad in every way, and especially so in com merce and trade. The worst form of business alliance is that of accommo dation paper. It is bad because de ceptive. It is not given for value received, and too often when pay-day comes proves valueless. The maker or endorser, whichever it may be, is left in the lurch, and instead of merely loaning his name he has loaned all the accumulated savings of years. It is a hard fate to be bankrupted in this manner, after years of honest and honorable business record. The only way to avoid the danger is to say "no," now and ever when asked to go security. Some circumstances connected with recent eastern strikes suggest very serious reflections. The gingerly way in which the Chicago authorities handled the strike in that city with out doubt had its effect upon the sit uation in Cleveland, where, unfortu nately, a struggle between the strik ers and the police occurred. In fact the conflict was incited by a socialist from Chicago who cited the success of the strikers in the latter city as an argument for the employment of force, and who, by the way, was at the time out under bail on the charge of in citing to violence and murder. The Chicago authorities seemed to be op pressed by the feeling that it was somehow or other their duty to bring about a settlement of the matter at is sue between the employers and strik ers, a matter with which, as public of ficials, they had obviously nothing to do. The executive officers of the law would find their way in such emergen cies renderedc learer by recollecting that their duly is not to settle controversies but to maintain pub lic order and to defend life and prop erty from violence. As regards the action of the workingmen who have sought by intimidation and violence to prevent others from taking up work which they have relinquished, it can only be regarded as a direct at tack upon the right of free labor, a right which is jealously regarded in this country and which the authori ties are in duly bound to defend. Such aotion on the part of ihe strik ers will do nothing to conciliate pub lic opinion in their favor. The idea at its basis is counter to the spirit of the age, which tends to regard lib erty as in its essence an individual rather than a corporate right, and which works constantly toward the emancipation of the single citizen from the Control of corporations or unions, or any associations less com prehensive than the state itself. Geo. E. Cole, a mill owner at Cheney, W. T., is paying 58 cents a bushel for wheat to send to Duluth. He says it costs just the same to send it to Duluth that it does to Portland, but that when he gets it to Duluth it is worth 12 cents a bushel more than in Portland. It is less than 150 miles from Cheney to Ainsworth whence the Columbia flows--though sadly vexed to the sea. to Sa Ak authority" on canned goods reveals the interesting fact that moBt of the jellies in the market aro made of apple parings and cores. Some times the stock is kept so long that it will not make jelly then they make strained honey out of it This is called enterprise in America: in France they call it criminal, and send the men who practice it to jail. FoLiiOWixa is the opening address of a "Wallowa valley justice of the peace upon opening court for the first time after failing to receive sat isfaction at the hands of the grand jury, to whom complaint had been made that he was "thumped' while sitting as a dispenser of justice: ' Gentlemen: Having learned by sad experience that the grand jury of this county will not indict any person for assault and battery upon a justice of the peace while holding court, therefore, in the future this gun (pull ing a bulldog from his pocket and laying it on the table,) will be consid ered a part of the docket of this court, and its business cud will always be found pointing where duty calls or danger threatens. Any person who attempts to bulldozo or run over this court is cautioned to take care of himself. "We will now proceed to business." Tiie Salem Statesman suggests to Marion county farmers to diversify their crops and not to depend en tirely upon wheat raising. It cites flax raising as a paying industry. Sin Moses "Moktefiore, whose 100th birthday was so universally recognized last October, died in Lon non last Tuesdav. NEW TO-DAY. Commemoration Services. Head QuaktkrsCcshing Post No. 14,") DKI'AIITMENT OK OjlKGOX . A. K. -ASTOKIA, OlIEGON, JU'V if), 1885. ) OrdeisNo.3. INOHEMEXCE TO GENERAL ORDERS .No. 4, Department of Oregon, G. A. R , Julv24th, 1SS1. The ofllccrs and comrades of Cashing Post No. 14, G. A. R. will assemble for .special memorial service in honor of our late com mander and comrade Gen. U. S. Grant, at their Post Hall on Saturday, Ai'Rixst the 8th, 1SS5. atl'JM. And to also participate lilh such associations as may join the municipal authorities in rendering honor to the Illust rious dead. R. V. MONTEITII. Test Commander. W. P.. ROSS, Adjutant. SOMETHING NEW! The Genuine Impoited Culiiibaelier Lager Beer. Never before in. Astoria. Try it once :1T TIIE 'TEr;EPI10I7: And ou will drink no other. Notice. NEITJ IER TI 1 E UNDERSIGNS D agent nor Captain .lenns or the I'riliMi bark Itlrmah Uom Honolulu will be respons ible for any debts contracted by the crew while at tliis port. MEYER, WILSON & CO,, Astoria, July 2tih, 155. Another - Mnctioi IN OXa3'SI?ECXKrC3,rZ A stylish business suit - $10 Former price - - -A stylish business suit - Former price - - -Fine Diagonal suit - - Former price - - -The very best dress suit Former price - - - 15 11 16 20 25 25 30 Boys' and youths' suits.at jrrcatJj' re duced prices, also all the" extensive as sortment of Men's Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Trunks end Valises, SoM at cost by M. D. KANT, THE BOSS Merchant Tailorand Clothier. J- 1 wjju'l l,u' ,,;' U UwfK 1 W ADLEffS &REAT TO-NIGHT ! SEE SMALL BILLS. Private Boarding House. mHE UNDERSIfiNED RESPECTFULLY JL announces that she Is prepared to fnr nisii Ladies or Centleinen with Hoard only. or with Hoard and Furnished Rooms at very reasonable rates. No extra charge for use of Parlor or Rath room, and even effort will he made to make her guests irej com lonaum ami at uonic. IMnncr Served from ." to G:S3 I SI. 31 IIS. K. C. ZIOIjIK. SE Cor. Main and Jefferson st rests. Abstracts "of Title. mHE UNDERSIGNED HAS COMPILED X a set of Abstract Rooks from the records of Clatsop County and is now prepared to furnbh complete and correct Abstracts of Title.toany Real Estate in tbe County, at reasonable rates. C. R. THOMSON, Attorney at Law. Astoria. Oregon. Okfice, K6ori 5, over lty Rook Store. Dissolution of Copartnership. 7&JOTICC IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TIIE 11 undersized foimerly partners doing business under the firm name of hveucon& Anderson, have this day disolved partner ship by mutual consent, Martin Anderson leliriiisaudChns. Eveiison centinulni: said business. Said Chris Evenson to pav all of tne lnucuicuness ot sniu nnu ami conccc an accounts and monevs due or to become due it. Martin andeksox. chris. evenson. Dated the 2nd day of Jul v. 18S5. Notice to Taxpayers. A LL PERSONS WISHING A CORRECT Xa. ieprcseutation of their taxable proper ty on the county assessment roll should hand in their statements immediately to the assessor. He will be found at his Jllice in the court house from c a. m. to 8 r. at. AH assessment blauks must be in by August 1st. J. F. WARREN. County Asscsso i. R. KIPP, PLUMBER AND CAS FITTER. Water Pipes a Specialty. A Full Stock of Material on Hand. Personal atlention given all orders, and satisfaction guaranteed. Terms Kca.soiioMc. Shop and office on Cass street, one door above Frank Fabre's Reditu rant, Astoria, Oregon. FOR TILLAMOOK! ,Hfi5&- Sti. A. B. Field, Capt. Gabriclsou, Will leave Main street wharf every Satur day at a.m.. until further notice, during August. September and October. Freight perO. R.&N. Co. will connect at Astoria. Rate from Portland and Astoiia to Hobsou ville -?fi per ton. Tjissagc from Astoria 55. Address RADOLLhT & CO.. Astorix The Telephone Saloon The Finest Establishment of the Kind in Astoria. Especially fitted up for tho Comfort aud Convenience of those who enjoy a Social Gkvs. TIic Ucst or Wines and Liquors, JTJic Choicest Cigars. Everything New and First-Class. R. r,. JEFFREY. Propr. JUST RECEIVED LUXURIOUS Easy Lounging Chairs, For Sale Cheap at "E3. O. HColcaoaL"iS Auction Rooms. MerchaDts iDflepenflent S. S. Line BETWEEN Portland and San Francisco. The A 1 Steel Steamer WILMINGTON Will leave San Francisco OX OR ABOUT AUGUST 8ri1. (Exact sailing date given soon,) For particulars In regard to freight and passage inquire of Z J. HATCH. Agent. Portland, or FRANK B ARNA Rl) & CO., San Francbeo. Nolice. TnE ASSESSMENT ROLL OF DISTRICT So. 1. Astoria, C'atsop count v, Oregon, is completed, and now in the hands of the Directors of ca'd district. The same can be seen at the office or the clerk. Partleslnier ested can'exain'nc the same and file objec tions if .bey have aoy thereto, until tho 7th day ot August, 1S35. on which dav the Di rectors wil sit as a board of equalization to consider tho same. By order of the Board of Directors. J. G. HUSTLER, Astoria, July 27tli. SS3. To Rent. A FINE BUSINESS OFFICE. CENTRAL ly located. Apply attbls Office. Auction Sale! Empire Store to the Front We heg to direct special attention to our LATEST IM PORTATIONS of NOVELTIES Fine Dress Goods, Parasols, Hoopskirts, Etc., Etc. Which Ave are selling according to our motte: The Best Goods at the Lowest Possible Prices. PRAEL BROS. GXXjSLS XX12X1LiIj01XM Dealer at "Wholesale and Retail in Furniture, Bedding, Carpels, Malting, Oil Olotla, Wall Paper, Window Shades, Mouldings, Etc. Astoria Furniture Co., Dealers In Furniture, Bedding, Wali Paper, Mirrors, PICTURES, MoiWiDi, Carpets, Hatting, Picture femes, Mot Slates, etc. Cor. Chenamus and Hamilton Sts. II. Do BUISSOX, Manager. WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY. ' Thirty Professors and Instructors. 336 Students! Departments of Literature. Laiv,tlcillcli:r, 3Inlrand Art. Elocution a specially. Roanl and home for ladles In the Woman's College, $3.50 per week. Mrs. W. ?. Harring ton. Dean. Gentlemen board in clubs for 2,"0 to 3.00 per week. Many board themselves for $1.00 to St jjq per week. - The best moral government Is maintained. Tuition hall price to children of ministers and those preparing for the ministry. First term begins September 70a Law Department opens Sept. icth. Medical Department opens in Portland December 2nd. 1SS3, Dr. E. 1. Fraser, Dean. Send for catalogue and Information to TH05. J. P. AUSTIN, Seaside - Oregon DEALER IN Groceries, Wines, Liquors, TOBACCO AI) CIGARS. A FINE BILLIARD TABLE. J. A. WILSON. (l.atc of Fan Francisco.) PAINTER, PAPER HANGER AUD IO EOORA TCXE-L Has located in Astoria and solicits a share efthe patronage. All work strlcllv first class. Terms moderate. Order bos at Van Dusen's. NOTICE. FllESII FUCHVS, Candy and Notions, Good Cigars and Tobacco, at C. 1. WIES OX'S f-COME AND SEE ME. TltnASUItV I)EIAKT3IKNT "i)kiakt3iknt 1 Saving Service. j rON. D. C. Julv c, 1ES3. L.S. Like "Washington GEALED PJlOrOSALS WILL HE RE Wj celved at this ofllce until2 o clock r. si. of Thursday, the 13th day of August, 1SS3, for the construction of a frame cottage at the Shoalwater Bay Life-Saving Station, near the light-house. Each bid must bo ac companied by a certified check for one hun dred dollars ($100) drawn to the order of the Secretary of theTreajurytassecurltv that the bidder will enter into contract without de lay, and give such bonds for the faithful per formance thereof as may be required If his bid be accepted. Specifications aud plans, forms of proposals and full Information can be obtained of the Collector of Customs. As toria. Oregon ; the Keeper of the Shoalwater Hay Life-bavlng Station. North Cove, Pacific county, Washington territory ; and the Su perintendent ot the 12th life-saving Dist rict, room 23. Appraiser's building, San Francisco, California. All proposals must be endorsed, "Proposals for constructing a cot tage at Shoalwater Bay Life-Saving Sta tion." and addressed U. S. Life-Saving Ser vice, Washington, 1). C. The right to reject any or all bids, or to waive defects. Is re served. S. J. KIMBALL. fieneral Superintendent. Sheriff's Sale. STATE OF OREGON, COUNTY OF CLAT sop. ss. By virtue of the written request of Wm. Wherry endorsed upon a certified copy of a certain chattel mortgage dated Mav icth, 1SS5, and given by T. lielgcson to said Wm. Wherry for the sum of 50.50 with interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per an num, requesting me to foreclose said chattel mortgage, 1 did upon the 17th day of July, 1833, levy upon the following described per sonal property, one fishing boat, particular ly described as follows, to-wlt:one fishing boat thirty feet long, eight feet and eight inches beam, ( inside measurement.) three feet deep and painted blup on the out side, and shall proceed to sell the same at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash at the time of sale, at tho foot of Cass street in Astoria, in said county and state, on Friday, the first day of August. 1SS5, at the hour of 10 -30 a. si. of said day to sat isfy said sum and interest together with the costs, expenses and accruing costs. W.G. BOSS, Sheriff of Clatsop County, Astoria, July 2ist,l8S3. Lawns, Corsets, ViLN SCO X, resident, Salem, Or WILL Cut Faster and EASIER Than any oth er axe made. Hundreds of woodmen tes tify to its mijx riority. Itcoes Deep and Never Sticks. CARNAHAN & CO., Agents Astoria, Trice, 81.50. ASTORIA IRON WORKS. Benton Stkebt, Nkau Pakkek House, ASTORIA. - OREGON. GENERAL MACHINISTS AND BOILER MAKERS. lammSeemes BoilerWork, Steamboat Work and Cannery Work a spe cialty. Of all DohrriptionH made to Order at Short Xotlee. A. D. Wass. President. J. (L II ostleu. Secretary, I. W. Case, Treasurer. John Fox.Suporintendent. Notice. BE IT KNOWN THAT I, GEO. W. PAR dee, of Astoria. Oregon, have this day purcascd of AI. C. Hutcbings the right of the said SI. C. I Iiitchings patent process for test lug sealed cans In the state of Oregon and territory of Washington, for the term of 17 years from the 17th day of aiarch, 1S85, ex cept one right sold to At. J. Klnnev and one right sold to the Aberdeen Packing Co., at Ilwaco. W. T. GEO. W.PARDEE. County Treasurer's Notice. THERE IS MONEY IN, TIIE COUNTY Treasury to pay all county orders pre sented prior to January 1st, 1851. All such orders will cease to c'raw interest after this date. ISAAC BERGMAN. Treasurer Clatsop County. Astoria, Or, July 24th, 1885. G. A. STINSON & CO.. BLACKSMITH1NG, At Capt. Rogers old stand, corner of Cass and Court Streets. Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoeing. Wagons made and repaired. Good work guaranteed. AXEs J.C.Trullinger Froin and After GOODS WILL BE SOLD FBANK L. Bn FimHEBU OTA I Fit IN Hay, Qats, and. Straw, Lie, Brici, Ceient, Saul and Plaster Wood Delivered to Order. Drayln?, Tcaniinu an J Express Huslneiu. BiSSrT? TEl apply to the Captain, or to fSIii-VMKr -a": -&SJS3-3t.-rrri33 - iiSSS THE NEW -MODEL fi5gt" MUOaWgg"g'SC"J BBBBSSafll tWSSS? J ffiSgfl "IBSlllBB A FULI, STOCK John A. -DEALKIt Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware. A General Assortment of HOUSEHOLD GOODS, Agents for Magee Stoves and Ilanges The Rest In the market. ruunblUK Roods of al! kinds on hand. Job work done In a workmanlike manner PLUMBING, GAS FITTING, AND CANNERY WORK Attended to Promptly on Reasonable Terms. CIiennmuH Street, Xext to C I. Parker's Store. ASTOHXa, Carnahan & Co, SUCCESSORS TO I. "W. CASE, IMPORTERS AND '.7IIOLESALB AND K.KTAIL DEALE15S IN GEMBAt HEBCMDISE Corner Chenamus and Cass streets. ASTORIA ..-- OREGON INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, Corner Third ami E StrcetH, PORTLAND, - - - OEEGON. Our facilities are such that we defy competition. This Is the largest and most respectably kept Hotel in the Northwest. Board and Lodging $ 1 .00 per day MEALS.25 cents. LODGING. 23and 50cen:a Free Buss to and from the House. ea"Yo Chinese Employctl.-ffa E. Lenlston, (Late of 31innesota House)Prop O. CLARK, AGENT. Stockholders Meeting. TTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TILAT J- there x ill be a meeting of the stock holders of the Odd Fellows Land and Build ing association In the lodge room of Reavi-r Lodge No, 35. 1. 0. 0. F.t on Monday. August 2lth, 1SR3. at two p. m. A full attendance Is requested. A.J.MEGLER, Secretary. Astoria, Oregon, July 22, 1SS5. FOR NEW YORK, DIRECT, THE FINE At IJ ARK W. H. BESSE, Tills well known and favorite Clipper will go on berth in July at Portland and Astoria. The attention of SALMON and WOOL SHIPPERS Is especially called to this opportunity of shipping to New York at low rates of freight. For particulars apply to TAYLOR, YOUNG & CO, Ship Brokers, U I Front St., Portland, or to A. W. BEHRY, Astoria. LIVERPOOL TO PORTLAND! BRITISH BARK Fir tli of Dornoch. We shall nlace this fine Iron bark on the berth at Liverpool for August loading. Portland or Astoria shippers can obtain full particulars as to freight and insurance rates by applying to MEYER. WILSON & CO., Portland, or to WILSON, MEYER & OO., 15 Brunswick St., Liverpool. PARKER. (UIU PARKER Zbcn P. Pat her, Master. For TOWING, FREIGHT or CI! Wi ll. It. PA II I Kit. RANGE CAN BE HAD IN A" TORIA ONLY OF 1 S. B. BAWES, AG EAT CALL AND EXAMINE IT. V WILL DE FIJiASEI). K. K. 11 A WES Is also agent for i... Buct uateit CogIm SiOTr And other first-class S37es. Furnace Work- Stoam Pit-rings- etc., a specialty ALWAYS ON HAND. ery, IN- OREQOK. Hardware ai SMj Chandlery VAN DUSEH & CO.. DEAI.EKS IX Hardware and Ship Chandlery Pure Oil, Bright Varnish, Binaclc Oil, Cotton Canvas. Ilcinp Sail Twine, Cotton Sail Twine, Lard Oil, Wrought Iron Spikes, Galvanized Cut Nails, Agricultural Implements Sewing machines, Iiinis ami Oils. Groceries, etc. Sol dolt Jewelry, Scarf Pis, Chains, Watches, Pianos ami Organs of ihe Best malic at the lowest Prices. The finest stock of Jewelry In Astoria. 3yAll goods warranted as represented. GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER. T. G. RAWLINGS, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Tropical, Domestic, Green and Dried MJTS. CANDIES.DRIED MEATS, ETC. Fine Cijrars and Tobacco. Main street, helow Chenamus. FOR KENT. Four Rooms, Centrally Located ANT) SUITABLE FOR HOUSEKEEPING. ATVLY AT ASTORIAN OFFICE. City Taxes. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Tax list of the city ot Astoria. Clatsop, county. Orcson, Is now in my hands for the collection of said taxes, and will remain with me for thirty days. J. G. HUSTLER. City Treasurer and Tax Collector. Astoria, July 1st, 18S5.