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VOL. XXIV, NO, 35. """ --' ASTOI1IA, OREGON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, JSS5. PRICK PTVE CENTS.
RUS1KE6S CAliDS. I a B ffl A B ffi oma I SWEPTTOl)EATH.
T"St. A. I, and .1. A. KULTOX
Will rive pronint attention to sUl culls,
i mn :my part ol tlic city or country.
OAlce over Allen's Store, comer C:tss ami
iiieiiuKjua streets, Asl-iia, Oiegon.
Telephone No. 41.
. FK.VXK. iai:.
IMiyM.ciiiu nnd Surcrou.
filee, ItooinC, over P. A. Mcintosh s store.
IKPICK IIOUKS : -0 to 11 A. 31. ;-3 tO S 1. M.
Residence, opposite the Johanen building
u;c... a. nnums. cko. nolaxo
.USD & HOKKIS.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
ir.ee in Kinney's Block, pp&sit? City
Had. Astoiia. Oregon.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Robins 5 and C.Odd Fellows Building.
Ht.it F. I'ARKKR
ClatHop County and City cf Astoria
Office : N. E. corner Cass and Astor streets
Kooin J.'o. 8.
Attorney and Counsellor at law.
onicc on Chcnamus Street, Astoria, Oregon.
TAY TUTTliE, 31. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SUIIGEON
Office Rooms 1, 2, and 3. Pythian Build
ing. Rksidkkck On Cedar Street, back oi
St. Mary's Hospital.
K P. HICKS. A. K. SHAW.
HICKS fc SKA.W.
Kooms in Allen's Building, up stairs, cor
ner Cass and Squemoqua streets. Astoria
JOHN II. SIITCHKI.L. IIAI.VII SI. KF.Sir.NT.
MITCH ETjIj & nEJIKXT,
Attorneys and Councelors at Law,
Kooms 1. 2, 3, and 4 Kainm'sBuIIdins
North East Corner ol First and Fine Streets,
T R. SPEDBEX,
Scnrc!ierof TItlcM, Abstracter and
Olhccoa Cass Street. 3 doors south or As
toiian oflTce, Astoria, Oregon.
BANKING AND INSURANCE!
I. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
.ISTOUIA, - ORECOJf.
OFFICE IIOUKS :
From 9 o'clock A. M. until 3 0VI0.-K I. M.
In The Field Again
J. G. ROSS '
Having Purchased the Interest of the
IN THE PIONEER RESTAURANT
"Would most respectfully inform his numer
ous friends in the eity of Astoria and Mir
rounding conntry that he Is now ready to do
husiuess again at his old stand.
Como and sec me.
A Well Supplied Table, and Clean,
CAPT. E. J. MOODY,
Astoria, Or., Cathlamet, W. T., West port
Or., and intermediate points.
The Steamer Mountaineer will leave Asto
ria dally, until further notice, from llut:er'
wharf, foot of Main street, at bair-paa 2
o'clock P. 31., as follows :
Jlonilayn, Wednesdays and Frldajg, for
Ca.THLa.MET and intermediate points on
WasluTer. side will go to Westport. same
Tuesday, Thur&dayg and Katnrdajn, for
"WESTI'OKT and intermediate points on
the Oregon side will go to Cathlamet .same
WillLenTe CATHLAilKT, W.T., f or -Astoria,
Monda)c, Wednesdays and Fridays at
seven o'clock A. 31., touching at all way land
inns on Wash. Ter. side, aud return on .same
Will LeaTe WESTrOKT, for Astoria, Or.
on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at set
en o'clock A. H., touching at all way land
ings on Oregon side, and return on same
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or
to Main street Wharf.
HEAT- QUICK AND
The Astorian Job
Enters the systcnt from '.ra'.awv.a
causes, at all fccasonK.
Shatters the Serves, Impairs D!vtsltn. and
tnieeuiKi mc suscics.
and Fevers. l-ors:trri:iittent l'vi rr, I.u
sltndc, I.nrk of ilncrcj, it his 110 equal, it
enriches and iianlies tha K.xSJ rtimulatM t'to p
petit. andetrcncthnMhonm'scIos oad nrr
It docs not injura tbo tetU. cause hcsdicbc.
produce conrtimtion i"7ir r. wc-iWn" t'n
F-iTHzn T J. IIOU.T. Ibo pilrictic and F.fcota
Catholic DiTini. of Arkansas. Bys:
"I haveured Brovra'a Iron Biltcrsiritli IhjM
esl satisfaction for JlaUriv and an a iwwnl'-." f
Chills and like diser.vc. and wfll ateas !." i
bund as a ready friend." "j
Ladies' Hand Book ns"ful ami uttrsrtiT. nun
tainirvc list of jinzf-s f jr ncir''. iufinaitim t-t
coins, etc.. Given nuayliy ail dtrslc-x in mdciift,-r
mailed to any nJdrts en receipt of 2c. stsrep.
SXKLL, IIL1TSIH" & YiOMXllli.
Whoiiai.c ArTs lo-f ' ?.; .
From t hese sources aris" J hrec-fVmri 1:
symptoms indicate 11k .r cialeiiet .
Xiosa of Appetite, Xtotrcls costive,
titck Ileadaclie, fiillncs-j after est"
lug-, aversion to czcrtio:iof body or
mind, lrttctal ion of food, Irritnbil
Ity of temper, Xjoivspirits. A feel 5nr;
before tlio eyes, Iiitilj' coloretl
tho Liver. AsaLlvcnncdicineTr'i'T'S
I'XUXS liavo 110 c iual. Tlielractionoa
the Kidneys and Mcin is also prompt;
removing all impurities through theso
thrco " sca'es ra cf tlic sstcIa,,,
producing nppelilc, sctnd digestion,
regular stools, a clear shin ami a vig
orous body. lTTT'S PlIiT.S cause no
nausea 01 griping nor interfere Avith
daily vrcrlc and aro a-ncrfect
ANTIDOTE. TO PJ2ALAR1A...
tiold cveiytrhcroSos. GIEce-i
xi:a-cijaa ssy u i2
GratITaiii onAViiiPunw changed In
stantly to aGLossv 1lac:c bvasingla
application of this 1yk. Sold" by Dnig
ists,orsentbye:ipresonrcccintofSi Oflics, 44 M:ftrav Street, Xew York.
wira ussuum op tbh-gl sssssa F2SS.
is a secret aid to beauty.
Many a lady owes her fresh
ness to it, who would rather
not tell, and you cant tell.
Man and Beasf.
Mustang Liniment is older than
most men, and used more and
more ever,' year.
The Popular Resort for Asiorians.
Finest of Wines and Liquors
co to Tin: ckm saloon;
ALF.X. CAMPI5KLL. - - PKOPIHETOK
B. P. GREGORY & CO.
Xo. 5 Sorlli S'riii:! St., : tlac-il. Or.
Bite Beta IselPaeMi
Sole agents Tor th'
New York DeltiiiK and la-ins Co.
We handle nothing hut the hcsl and gu.t
antee more .service lorlhennnoy lhaii n
be obtained from any other KiiMkt i;im1s
In the market.
The rortland ttusiccss College, Portland,
Oirgon, olfeis superior private and cJas In
struction to the young and middle need -f
both sexes ho desire to obtain a practical
education in the shortest time consistent
wl h thorough work, and the least expense.
Day and cvtniug sessions throughout the
year. Students admitted any time. Cata
logue on application. A. 1. Aumstkono.
Wahkiakum County CinnniNdonciV l'iw
Tn tin' commissioners' court, v:ih
k;..kiim county, V. T., regular term
held August 11 and -J. Present Thos.
Irving, .lames Wright and I W. Law
rence, commissioners, and tl. W.
Ck'inettd. auditor and clerk.
Thos. Irving v:ns oloctel chnirmnn
or the board.
J. T. Ijn'.es, .T. S. Msstesi and ilal-
Avw were appointed viewers to
fWaud ajipraise the damage that
would 3e suoJaiued by Wm. A.
Spence. should a cottniy road be laid
" """ "i;" i."t""i-.i tw
I. v J. , J. Foster and others, to meet
The itttilion of J. .S. Masicn ami
ollitTs. for eali5:.:hmeiit of a couuiy i
. mad rejected 0:1 account of excessive!
The petition of Henry Kaup for a
, private road accepted and road or
dered established nioii his paying all
, fees and coats.
i The reiort of view and survey
1 of road petitioned for by Charles
cM for damages having been filed,
, Ia:k Jvelley. A. J. Montgomery and
I John Filzpa trick were appointed ap
, 1 raiseis to meet August 2U.
i Tl:e lield notes and plat, of re-sur-j
vt?y 01 (iray's Kivcr road, deferred
i until November term.
The ifMniiation of John fitzpat
rick r-s d. P. of Skamckawa precinct
The gix months liquor license
granted to H. A. Howe, approved.
A. 1). liirnio granted six months'
retail liquor license.
The road petition of Geo. Hatha-
way and others for extension of Cath
l.'.inet road received, and W, Andrews,
1 Henry Jvaup and .. JJ. icJJonalcl,
uiveyor. were appointed viewers to
n.eet Auuust J 7.
The report of view 'and survey cf
road lvelilioneu for by .)e3se Jiater
and others be received, but claims for
damages having been tiled, .T. P. I os-
itr. ijtins Olson and .J. J. Uasey were
appointed appiaincrs to meet Seplem
TJse school laud Iota 2, '5, 1 and..i in
sec, ;W T. 1) N. IX. G W. was leased to
(100. Alexander at the yearly rent of
That the amount to be paid for li-ecus-e
to wddle goods, wares" and
merchandise 01 board water-going
eraflsjbe S12 per annum.
Road district No. 7 not accepted.
S1S5 to build
to W. Andrews for
an ofiiee for count v
)Vddlers license ;r;.u'.ed to II.
Claims were examined and allowed
.1. II. Graham, for boarding pan
pews. $31.00; Mary T. Irvinjr. superin
tendent of schools, Sfi..00; ,L 11. (Ira-
ham. J. P., for holding inquest, jury
fees. -ic-. $2,10;): A. IX IJiniie. for
supplies furnished pauier. S2t.th): J.
IJ. McDonald, snnvyor. Tor feld
noloi aud plattini' roads. $1.'W; sur
veying Chas. Sfauard road, S-10;);
-ureins.Tpfi Baker load. $1(5.00;
.1. v.. C leineus. for deed record, fc-r-.'
7.1 All claims for viewing and ap
praisir.; damages on p'roposcd county
roads -were allowed in full. S. lr. Al
bert for comparing assessment roll
$1.00: J. AV. CMemeus, auditor's fees,
jsoslage. stationery, etc, $iw.hG; v.
Andrews, on contract, $100.00.
To mombers of the beard:
TIjo.1. Irving, $S.50; James "Wright,
$9.10; .1. W. Lawrence. Sll.OO: J. W.
At the beinninr of the present
season it was the intention of the
several Fraser river cannorier. to pnt
up a total nverage pack or about 10,
00:) cases to each cannery, but owing
to the large quanities of fish which
hive been procurable, this has been
increased to such an extent that the
total average pack will be double that
quantity or 20,000 cases to each can
nery engaged, making the probable
total pack of the Fraser river canneries
for this season from 120.UW to !:;:,
The ship Purlin has nearly finished
discharging her cargo of iron and will
clear for Portland in a day or two
where she lias a charter. The Amer
ican ship J'af-kartl will nearly liuish
discharging this week. She wili lie
here nlKmt three weeks and then go
to Tacoma. The captain's wife and
son aro very ill. Much alarm is felt
by Captain Waterhouse for the safety
of the Drummnml and the Toby,
American ships overdue sometime
here. -Port JUovdy, A ;. .
Wat,t.a WatjI.a, Aug. R. Fire, the
work of au incendiary, broke out
near the Petaluma house at 10:30 p.
r., owned bj II. E. Holmes, which
was totally destroyed; insured. Whit
man & Laey's brick, used as the Del-
monico hotel, was completely gutted;
insured for $9,000. Other buildings,
three adjoining, owned by John
Louga, were also destroyed. The
fire is still bnrning, but all danger is
past. Total loss $30,000.
At the New Orleans Exposition, Mr.
E. B. Hoyt, a mechanical engineer,
was severely injured by a huge derrick
pole. He was conveyed to his resi
dence, and after only three npplica
lions of St. Jacobs Oil, all the swel
ling and pain disappeared.
Ji OUlUiuu.) aiiciuuuu i pui"; ui
five parsons, consisting of. James
iSnvder. his wife, hia daughter, aged
ii years, "Win. Hefiuer and George
Hansen, were drowned in the cas
cades of Hie Columbia. They set out
in a sail boat, or a row boat carrying
sail, a short distance above tho cas
cade locks, intending to cross to the
Washington territory shore. . "When
about midstream the wind died down f
to a calm. The occupants had not ,
provided themselves vntli oars,
though it is said they had two small
paddles, but they could make no
headway against the current, which
slowly carried them toward tho rap
ids. Some men aboard one oi tho
i:i. ...i -vfo,nf;
wreguu wm """ """S1"'""
steamers lying at the upper cascades
saw the boat driing into dangerous
waters, and thev immediately lowered
a boat and started to the assis lanco of
the distressed craft But they were !
too late. Tho sailboat with its five
occupants went over the rapids and
disappeared. Early in the evening
the boat was found bottom, sido up,
by some Indians just below Bonne
ville. All three men were said to be
Snyder was a laborer. JJeffner
formerly kept the State salcoh on Al
der street in this city. Previous to
this ho resided in Boseburg. He
leaves a wife and two children resid
ing at that place. Hansen was a car
penter in the employ of tho 0. 1. &
N. Co. Yesterday morning when tho
Pacific express passed Bonneville
none of the bodies had been recov
ered. It is not likely that thoy will
ever be found, as only one or two of
the bodies of the many persons who
have been drowned in the rapids iu
the last forty years have been known
to come to the surface.
Another report brought down by a
passenger is that the boat upset when
it was amid stream, and the occu
pants were unable to right it. Ore
gon ton, 10.
Gabriel .Tones, a pioneer of 1S1-1,
died at Wiulock recently, at the ad
vanced ago of 5)3 years. On his ar
rival in aslnngton ho stopped two
years near Vancouver, then in com
pany with four other families came
up the Cowlitz river iu ISIG, then
cutting their wav to the Cowlitz land
ing through Sanders bottom to what
is known as bush prairie, where he
located and lived many years.
A Lady Professor or Cooling Says:
''Let cookiuff.be an jjrt, chearfnlly
taught, and Ihe'klTcTfenwilrTTcras at
tractive as the pari iand tho table al
ways cheerful and bright.'' She ha3
it. " It is clumsy cookery that is re
sponsible for nearly all the dyspepsia
of thi.? country. But it is Brown's
Iron Bitters that cau cure dyspepsia
and give happy health instead of
winning discomfort. Mr. Levi Pearce,
Elliott ciiy, Md., says. '! experienced
much relief from dyspepsia and debil
ity by nsing Brown's Iron Bitters."
The cattlemen of Harney valley
have sold their beet cattle this year
to a Chicago firm, and the cattle will
be shipped east over the Oregon
Short Lino railroad., Only cattle over
2 years old were purchased. The
prices paid were from $2o to $30 per
Destroy, that SIsn.
One may feel that he is getting old,
but he naturally dislikes that any
thing about his appearance should
advise others of the fact. Yet nothing
does this so effectually as thin and
falling hair. No woman wants to
marry a man, and business firms hes
itate to employ a man, who shows this
fatal sign. Parker's Hair Balsam is
worth to you, in this regard, more
than its weight in diamonds. Uso it,
and have plentiful aud glossy hair.
Tdany have had every trace of gray
ness removed and brdd spots covered
by using a single bottle.
CriF.n.VLis, Aug. 9. "Walter Pnlsifer,
of this place, wa3 burned to death
vosterday while at work on the farm
ofW. P. Pitts, near Claquato. He
was burning a slashing and was
caught in the flames, and being a
man of about GO years of ago was too
feeble to make his escape.
TXhtnytr Malaria Kxlsts,
The b.hous are Its certain prey. In inter
mittent nnd remittent fever, dumb ague aud
ague cak, the liver is always seriously af
feele I. an 1 the blood contaminated Uli bile.
One of Ihe chief reasons why Hosteller's
Stomach Hitters is such a sure defense
againt ehill and fewr and crery form of
m.ilaiial Ri'-eaM. is.thatitdocs away with
liabdit v to the disease, by reforming irregu
larliv of the biliary organ in advam-c of the
arrival of the season when the disease is
prevalent. There Is no finer fortifying pre
parative for those about-vLsIiing or emigrat
ing to a locali'y where the luiasnu-'aiut ex
ists. 1 here is no certain immunity from dis
eases in an endeinlc or epidemic form, to-!c
secured hv the use of the average tonles and
antl-spiLsinodici. IJnt where quinine fails
the Btiters succeeds both in preventing aud
enilng. Morcovor. it removes every estigc
of djpepsia. and overcomes constipation,
riieuiualism. inactivity of the kidneys and
bladder, and tranquillizes and .strengthens
the nervous system.
Notice of Assignment.
I XTIIKCIISCUIT COURT OFTIIE STATE
of Oregon, for Clatsop County :
In the matter of the assignment of E. P.
Hon", an insolvent debtor :
Notice Ls hereby given that the under
signed has'bHn appointed assignee of tho
estate of E. P. Hoir, an Insolvent debtor, and
al- persons having claims on said estate are
hereby notified to present the same duly
Nerifiedashy law required, to the under
signed at his office at the West Shore Lum
ber amis, in the city of Astoria, in Clatsop
county, Oregon, within three months from
Astoria, April 18 1SS3.
Ffv. .s? M.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Hcaiteche.Tocthscho,
Sore Tlirriat, SttcWi'it. Sprain. llral-jM,
Hums OoiiI.N, Frot i?ltc,
AXD ALL OTHCi: EODII.T PI1..3 AXD ACHE?.
S.-TI ly DrjIU awl Dfilrs cve-rsl.-.. FjljCuil'a
Yotlle. Dirtrtiuni it II Ubru.-o.
T1IK CIIAKI.KA A. VOOKI.EK CO..
(Snr,K-..tA.MKLLXCV.) .'SaUI.cjrcSJ., L'. -. i.
GERMAHIA BEER HALL
lortlera Pacific Brewery
Five Cents a Class.
3No inferior 1'ee old at thl place.
HOT HBIIIMIi SPRINGS.!
A Hark will leave Kegem on llieairlv.il or
the train lrom I'oitlaui!.
Making thetflo from Portland In lei than
two days in dayfttfh.
Liverpool and London and Globe.
north British and Mercantile
(Jf London and Edinburgh.
Old Connecticut of Hartford,
COFrt?lERC!AL OF CALIFORNIA
Fire Insurance Companies,
Ueptoient.ng a Capital of SG7,000 OOO.
It. YAN DU.EN. Agent.
lto Steai JMgalitn Co
Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canby and tlwaco..
Connecting by singes and steamboats for
Oysterville, Montesano and Olympia
W.J'. Wiiiti'Omu, Mastki:.
Will leave Astoria daily (Sundays excepted)
Ft. Stevens. Pt. Canby and Ilwaeo,
at 8 A. M
WilhOjsterville Mails and Express daily.
Through Mails to points beyond, and
Montesano, V. T., on
Mondays. 'Wednesday a and Fridays.
On Thursdays the ".Miles" will make
two round trips, leaving Astoria on sec
ond trip (ahout a 1. :.):: hours after arrival
from lifrt trip.
Fare to Ilwaeo.
1'as.sengers will save 23 cents by purchas
ing tickets before going on board.
Ilwaeo Freight per Ton, - $2.00
ZSTFot Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the olllco of the company, CS ray's
w harf, foot of Rcuton street.
J. II. D.GRAY,
S. ARNDT & FERGHEN
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
and - -SK:sg2V'V
Boiler Shop SisgffiS?
All kinds of
Promptly attouded to,
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LA FAYETTE STREET.
rep Railway ail "Wpta Co.
Commencing .Tnly 9, the
"Will leave Fort Clatsop at
inday, and w. I uavo
ASTOai-A. J'OH. POB.TX.-ANZ)
At 12 o'clock, noon, o 1 same day
Or on arrival of Str. Gen. Miles from IJwr et an iving hi Portland about S P. M.
T'.r try Kiimisi3 :i Niei:il Xri;t
"Will be made leaving Fort Clatsop at " P. M. and Astcria for Portland at
G P. M. Sunday afternoon or ailer connecting with Sir. Gen. Miles from 11
wa arriving in Poiifanif about 2 A. M.
- : 3ISvTr 3S2A'; :
Will leave Portland every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday at 8:30 A. M.
for Astoria and Fort Clatsop, arriving in Astoria Tuesdays and Thursdays
about 3 P. M. connecting with Str. Gen. Mil?s for Fort Stevens, Fort Canhy
The Fast and Elegant Steamer
Will leave Astoria for Portland every Tnesday, Thursday and Saturday at
fi A. M. Returning will leave Portland for Astoria and Fort Clatsop ever
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at (5 A. M. connecting with Str. Gen.
Miles Tor Ilwaeo.
Excursion Tickets Astoria to Portland and return good until Sept 30, $2.50.
E. A. NO YES. Asent, .IN O.J. BYKXE. Gen. Tass. Agt.
,T. H. D. GKAY.
WSulralf ant! retail dialf. !
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay. Oats. Straw, Wood. Etc.
LIME, SAND AND CEMENT.
Ceneial Storasre and Wharfase on rcasnn-
able term. Foot of l'.ejitou stieet, .Won.
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigaraftes
Meet schaiiKi and Brier Pities,
Qnrmi English cutlery
Revolvers and Cartridges.
COltXEK MAIN AND CIIEXAMUS S'lS
INT EBB ST
Will be allowed
On Time Deposits.
Drafts on all the leading Cities.
Wm. T. Coleman & Co..
s. c:iii our.,
Manager Ranking. Derailment.
Magmis 0. Orosby
HARD! ABE, IRON, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEFT LEAD STRIP
T-iT-i AND Ooppe2
Delivered at Your
This lee is cut on Lake CoeollaU and is
All orders left at Tost & Hansen's Astoria
Soda Works will be promptly attended to.
Coliiuia TransBortation Conpy-
Through Freight on East Time!
Which has been specially built for the contort or passengers will leave
AVilson & Fisher's Dock eery
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.ftl. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M.
Returning leaves Portland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at ! P. M.
E&An additional trip will be made on tfumlav of Kucli iVct'li. leaving rortland
at 9 O'clock Sunilav aiorxilasr.
for Sound porta.
Fast and Elegant Steamer
11A. ?L every Wednesday and
W3I. Af.r.i:.". Pvop'r.
First Class in Every Bespect.
Freo Cfl:i-!i (o IIjo House.
'. W. U.SOWMM.
U I. UROWN.
Bt, Charles Hotel,
RKOWN & KNOWLES - - Proprietors
Fiust Class ix Evnirv RiarEcr,
Good Restaurant Connected with tho House
Fir-proof Uriel; Building. lSORooTa1.
la the Center of the Citr.
Cor. Front and Morrison St?.. Portland. Or
A Weil Furnished Table
With the bet ami cooked in a neat and
wholesome way. can be found at Mis. G. W.
Rucker's Private Hoarding House, over Eat
on & Caraahannet to odd Fellows Build
ing. Terms; $5 a week, $22.50 per month.
$1 a day.
The Telephone Saloon.
The Finest Establishment ot
the Kind in Astoria.
Especially tltted up Tor the Comfort and
Convenience of those who enjoy a
The Uost of Wines and Iitunoi'S
The Choicest Cigars.
Everything New and First-Class.
15. J.. .IF.FJFJIZIY. li'opr.
The GEN. MILES
Forts Stevens and Canby,
The second trip will be made upon the ar
malof the boats from Portland.
lives e ery one a splendid chance to
THE OCEAN BREEZE,
And see the Mouth of the Columbia.
Passentrers b this route connect at Knlama
U. B.SCOTT. President