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About The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 25, 1885)
VOL. XXIV, NO. 47.
1t". A. Li. and J. A. FUJ.TOX.
riij sioians ami Surg-roifs.
ill ulve promut attention to nil culls.
J om anj' lart of the city or coniitry.
Office over Allen's Store, corner Cass and
Hemoijua streets, Astri:i. Oiegou.
Te.e phone No. 41.
K. FUA.K IAGZ:.
Physician nntf. Surtreon.
( nice, lCoouiC, over I). A. Mcintosh s store.
jkkick Hours :-9 to 11 a. si. ;-n to 5 v. m.
Itfsidencc, opposite thclohaiwu building
i;.i. a. nonius, gko. noi-and
aroFAin & I) OK K IS.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Wire ill Kiiiney'ri IJIik-U. pposlte City
halt. AMoria. Oregon.
v.. kui.tox. :. c rUI.TOK.
Firr-Toa? b bothers.
ATTOltNEYS AT LAW.
Kooms5and C.Odd Fellows Building.
fl ELO F. PARK EH
ClatsopCounty an tl City of Astoria
Offlce z-X. E. comer Cass and Astor sheets,
Room No. 8.
T fc. A. BOWLBY.
Attorney anrt Counnellor :t I.nw,
Office on Clienanuis Street, Astoria. Oregon.
TAY TL'TTIiK. 51. 1.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Ofkick Koonis 1,2, and 3. Pythian build
ing. KKSiDKNCR-On Cedar Street, back of
St. Mary's Hospital.
F P. 11I0KS. A. K. SHAW.
melts & sii.iw,
Kooms In Allen's Building, up Malrs. cor
ner Cass aud Squemouia stroets. Astoria
joiix u. siitciikm.. mu'ii m. nnursT.
MITCH RM. Ii:3IXT,
Attorneys and Councelors at Law.
Rooms 1, 2, 3. and 4 Kamm'.s Hui.dhi,
North East Corner of First and Pine SI reels,
" It. SPED EX,
Searcher of Titles, Abstracter tritl
Office on Cass Street. 3 doors south of As
torian office, Astoria, Oregon.
BANKING AND INSURANCE!
1. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ASTOICIA, .- ORF.GOX.
OFFICE HOURS :
From 9 o'clock A. M. until 3 o'clock I. M.
AHEAD OF ALL COM L'E TITO US!
Manufactured on the Gradual Reduc.iou
System by tne
Salem (Or.) Capitol Flour Mills Co.,
, Is the only flour that has taken First I'rie
three years In succession at the
POKTTjAXI MECIIAXrc'S FA it;.
Also at State Fair.
One trial is sufficient to convince of ILs supe
riority. See that tho word CAPITOL Is ou each sack
GEORGE SHIEI.. S Stark St.,
WILSON & FISHER, Astoria Agents.
CAPT. E. J. MOODY,
Astoria, Or., Cathlamet, W. T., Weapon
Or., and intermediate points.
The Steamer Jubunfaineerwill leave Asto
ria daily, until further notice, from Ilu-Un'-wharf,
foot of Main strec', at balf-pikl 2
o'clock P. X., as follows :
Mondays, Wedneidny and Frld&TK, foi
CATIILAMET and mtermediato points tut
Wash. Ter. side will go to Wcstporr, .same
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, lor
WESTPORT and intermediate points on
the Oregon side will go to Cathlamet same
Will LcaTe CATHLAMET, W.T., for As
toria, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at
seven o'clock A. X., touching at all way laud
inu8 on Wash. Ter. sldo, aud return on same
Will Leave WESTPORT, for Asloiia. Or.
ou Taendayg, Thursdays and Saturdays at sev
en o'clock A. M., touching at all way land
ing on Oregon sldo. and return on same
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or
to Main street Wharf.
Delivered at Your Door.
This Ice Is cut on Lake Cocollala and is
All orders left at Post & Hansen's Astoria
Soda Works will be promptly attended to.
At tills season nearly ererr oao neods to ceo fccmo I
scia&'a prescription for thine r. ho ated buildup; u p.
For "Weakness Tnssitudo. T.nrk of
Encr-jOTt. fcc, it HAS, NO EQUAL, and
is the onl v Iron medicine that Is sot injurioctt.
It Enriches the Blood, Itivfporutcji the
System, Restores Appctitc,AldsI)iKe.UGn
It does not blacken or injure the U-eth. canso head
ache or produce constipation oth tr Iron mrdicinrs lo
Dn. G. IT. IJcfEtEY, a leading phyelciin of
Springfield, 0 cays:
"Brown's Iron Bitters ha thorooKhlr cood medi
cine. I use it in ray practice, and hud its action
excels all other forms of iron. In weaVnew nr low
condition of the eyetem. Brown' Iron Bittors is
usually a poeitiro neccaeity. It is all that is clauncd
for it' o
Genuine has trado rami and crossed red lines en
Trrapper. TnJtc no other. Made only by
ItKOWX CHEMICAL CO-KAl.TIllOKn.Xir.
Ladies' Hand Book uiefnl and altrartiTe. con
taining list r.f prize for recipes, information about
coins, etc.. ciren away by all dealers in medicine, cr
mailed to any address on rccaipt of 2c. ttamp.
SXKLL, 1IEITSHU Jfc WOOHARD,
Wuolrsalk Agents' Porll.-i f reftii.
is Jose -what its name implies ; a
Purely Vegetable "Compound, llial
acts directly upon the 'Nyer - curing
the many diseases iicidemo that im.
portant organ, and piroliting the na
merous ailratrnts tKyarise from its
deranged or rorpiffiction, such as
latftaQ etc. It is therefore c
lthr "Tois-ve fioodHealtl
:hc Liver must be kept in order.
DR. SAiirOSD'S LIVER IHYIGORATOR.
Invigorates the Liver, I?cgnlalestheBo-w-sl",
Strcngtliens the System, PuriGes the
Blood , Assists Di -cstion, Prevents Fevers.
Ls a Household "jNecd. An Invaluable
Family Jlcdiciuc for common complaints.
DZL SAlirORD'3 LIVER UT7IG0SATOS.
An experience of Forty years, and Thou
lands cf Testimonials prove its Merit.
FOTt SALE BT AT-Tj BEALT.nS Cf SinDICIXES
For fill information R-nd yonr nddrcjs fcr 101
jvsfino'c on J ho "Livrr and iU diea,'' tt
v' prsrorji C dttans et.. ssw yosk ccx
Man and Beast.
Mustang Liniment is older than
most men, and used more and
more every year.
a secret aid to beautv.
Many a lady owes -her fresh
ness to it, who would rather
not tell, and you cartt tell.
Sti A. B. Field,
Will leave Main street wharf as regu
larly as weather permits during August
September and October. Freight per O.
1. & N. Co. will connect at Astoria.
Rate from Portland and Astoiia to Hobson
villeSGper ton. Passago from Astoiia $$.
Address UADOLLKT & CO..
The Telephone Saloon.
The Finest Establishment of
the Kind in Astoria.
Especially fitted up for the Comfort and
Convenience of those who enjoy a
Social Gla s.
The Best of Wines and Liquors,
The Choicest Cigars.
Everything New and First-Class.
K. t. JEFFREY.Trop'r.
Iff 0 p
Dyspepsia Jsidice, Biliousness
ASTORIA, OREGON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, J 885.
Charlie Hamilton Who Was Supposed to
be Shot. In Mexico, Still Alive.
About eighteen months ago it wa3
reported that Charlie Hamilton who
figured rather conspicuously in the
murder of J. N. Brown in this city,
had been executed by the Mexican
authorities for the killing of a sol
dier in that country. The details of
the alleged execution were published
in a great many of the papers of the
northwest, and the people of this
section were led to bolioe that lha
career of a dangerous man had been
brought to a tragic close. It now
transpires, however, and from pretty
authentic sources too, that Hamilton
is still alive and doing as well as the
stinted bill of faro and the narrow
confinea of a Mexican prison will per
mit Shortly after sentence of death
had been passed upon him, he wrote to
friends in San Francisco stating that
if he had a few hundred dollars he
could purchase his liberty from the
jailor before the day of execution ar
rived. Thoso who knew him when
ho was a better man, and believing
that in this act, at least, ho was jus
tifiable, raised about $100 and for
warded it to him through the Amer
can consul in Mexico. Among his
fellow prisoners was one other Amer
ican whom Charlie let into tho
secret, for tho purpose of enabling
him to escape also, but who unfor
tunately for Hamilton and tho jailor
proved a Judas to cause by inform
ing the prison superintendent of tho
scheme in time to prevent its consum
mation. As a result of this exposuro
the jailer was fired and forced to leave
the countp uudcr penalty of being
shot, while Hamilton was heavily
iroued and placed in a dungeon to
await his terrible doom. On learn
ing this his friends further interested
themselves in his behalf by securing
a statement of the facts produced at
his trial and forwarded them to the
the secretary of war with the request
that an investigation into the matter
be had. It was fouud upon investi
gation that the evidence did not war
rant the verdict reached by tho court
and upon the recommendation of the
American consul, Hamilton's senteuco
was commuted to twenty years' im
prisonment at hard labor. His friends
in San Francisco are still working,
through tho influence of prominent
officials to secure his release with a
fair prospect of success. Mercury.
On tho place of Mr. E. W. Creasy,
about two miles above Milwaukee, in
Clackamas county, have been discov
ered good indications of crude petro
leum. In speaking of tho matter, Mr.
Crcssy told a Standard reporter that
he had found genuine oil in small
quantities on the surface of the water
in a small lagoon, aud that an expert
in such matters to whom he had
shown the place had pronounced all
tho indications favorable to tho dis
covery of a large yield. Tho forma
tion of the ground aud tho presence
of the swamps are reckoned as being
good sigus, aud the expert further
stated that many of the Pennsylvania
oil wells had been fouud in just such
O&tmfia, Aug. 23. Major E. T.
Gun n, editor of tho Transcript died
this morning at 4. a. m. after a few
hours of intense suffering of neural
gia of the hert. He was in a col
lapsed condition at the outset of the
attack and had for months past been
subject to similar attacks, of less se
verity. He was conscions of his con
dition and despaired of recovery.
Loxdok, Aug. 23. The Standard
this morning confirms the statement
that Russia has abandoned her claim
to the Zulficar pass and says that
peace is thus secured.
LoxooK, Aug. 21. The German
corvette Augusta has been wrecked
and 238 men lost The ship was val
ued at $1,750,000.
What Is the Matter ulthRastla!
The Empire of Russia is a bad case
of national dyspepsia. The Treasury
is short of funds, and the army costs
SG0.000 a day to feed. Then the army
is so full of Nihilists that it can no
more be trusted than tho stomach of
a man who has chronic dyspepsia.
Wo don't know what to do about Rus
sia; but as for tho man with chronic
dyspepsia, let him take Brown'e
Iron Bitters. That made Mr. Chan
dler, of Clinton, Iowa, a new man.
He tried it after other remedies failed.
Buy a bottle of j'our druggist to-day.
Nearly 10,000 men at present em
ployed on tho western division of the
Canadian Pacific railroad will be dis
charged within a few weeks.
Mr. Adolphe Brand, of Carrier's
famous Cincinnati Bra3S Band, was,
while at tho world's fair, prostrated
with severe rheumatism. A few ap
plications of St Jacobs Oil restored
him to his wonted health.
A Jackson county newspaper con
tends that that locality was better off
without a railroad than it is with one.
Nebraska has now about 250,000
acres of growing forests, in which
havo been set 600,000 young trees.
Besides this there have been planted
over 12,000,000 fruit trees, over 2,500,
000 grape vines, a vast number of
berry bushes and plants, and count
less quantities of ornamental shrubs.
PACIFIC COUNTY DISTRICT COURT.
Territory of Washington vs. E. A.
Soule and Ida Humison charged
with adultery: The indictment re
turned in this case on demurrer, was
held bad. Defendants appeared by
Messrs. Caples and McFaddcn and
the territory by Pros. Att'y. N. S.
Porter. Tho court held the defend
ant, E. A. Soule, in S500 bonds to ap
pear before the next grand jury of
E. A. Soule vs. Job Buelard, et aL
action for $20,000 damages: The
plaintiff in the above entitled cause
came into court with his attorneys
on Tuesday morning and filed nu
merous affidavits on his own behalf
which all were to tho effect that by
tho general state of public prejudice
against him in Pacific county he
could not obtain a fair and impartial
trial of his cause at the hands of a
Pacific county jury; that the officers
of the court were so prejudiced that
they were working to injure him and
his cause in every way. To these
affidavits were filed counter affidavits
on tho part of the defendants,
together with the affidavit of
Sheriff Turner, denying so far as
each of them was concerned,
tho statements in plaintiffs affidavits.
Tho plaintiff appeared by J. F.
Caples of Portland, and J. C. Mc-
Fadden, of Olympia, while tho defend
ants were represented by F. D. "Win
ton of Astoria. The court, in passing
upon the application for chango of
venue, said that in his recollection
either as judge upon the bench or as
attorney practicing at tho bar he had
never beforo heard an application of
the kind based upon such strong
showing as this, and therefore he
would grant the application. The
action will bo tried at tho November
term of court at Kalama.
Remington vs. Mills: This case oc
cupied tho attention of our late dis
trict court over a day. Tho action
was brought by ono Ed. Remington
against Wm. Mills, formerly of Bay
Center, for damages for criminal con
versation with plaintiff's wife, and
was for $10,000. The evidence went
to show that Remington, known in
this county until the bringiug of the
suit, as Chapdelaiu, was a tenant of
Mills, the defendant; that ono night
last spring ho returned home late t.nd
found Mills in the same room, and he
claimed in such close communion
with his wife that his ire became so
great ho rushed in npon them, whero
at Mills iled out of the room as though
Satin and all his legions were behind
pursuing; that he then brought his
wife to Oysterville and left her there;
that prior to this time lu3 wife had al
ways conducted herself in a proper
manner aud been a most affectionate
and loving spouse; that his home
was broken up and his children dis
graced by the defendant Mr. Mills
admitted having been in the room
with Mrs. Ohapdclain or Remington
at the time Remington stated, and it
was shown by other witnesses that
there had been a ball that evening in
Bay Center, and Mra Chapdelaiu had
requested that he accompany her
home, which ho did, when Reming
ton bnrst into the room as he had
described when Mills thought it best
to vacato tho premises. Mrs. Chap
delain was not permitted to testify,
as Remington, her husband would
not consent, and the defense availed
themselves largely of this point She
is a bright, buxom lady, and until it
was decided that sho should not tes
tify, remained sitting in the conrt
room by the side of Mills. 'I he iury
were addressed by C. "W. Fulton, of
Astoria, attorney for plaintiff, and by
B. F. Dennison, of A'ancouvcr, and
W. J. Reynolds, of Chehalis, for de
fendant, and were out some thirty
hours, being nnablo to agree on a
verdict Tho case will Bland for trial
at the next term of the district court
Pacific Journal, 21.
Destroy that Sign.
One may feel that he is getting old,
unt ne naiurauy uisiiKes mat 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 lies
itato 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. Use it,
and have plentiful and glossy hair.
Many have had every trace of gray
ness removed and bald spots covered
by using a siuglo bottle.
To the vmacated and debilitated invalid is
the sense of reluming health ami strength
produced by Hastelter's Stomach Bitters.
When that nromotcr of vizor Is testPd bv
persons Li feeblu h-alth, its restorative and
vitalizing Doteucv soon evinces itself in Im
proved appetite, digestion ami nightly re
pose, me soic couiiiunns unuer wnicn
.strcnirth and nerve nuletude is vouchsafed
t- tho human system. A gain in tlcsh of
course ensues ujon tne restoration oi uiges-
i if hi -mil ncuiiiiilntinii. An Mirvlv ns winter
follows the fall of the leaf, docsiliscaseshad-
ow the foo:steis of declining strength, when
the premature decadence of vitality is not
arrested. .Marasmus, consumption ami otu
or wastintr maladies are prompt to fasten up
on the enfeebled Avert disease, therefore,
with this grand nabling tonic, which not
only renews fail ng strength, but mitigates
and counteracts uie mammies oi age ami
those of the gentler sex. Rheumatism, ma'
laria. liver and Kidney troubles yield to it.
iSuiLon's Cure will immediately
relievo Croup, Whooping Cough, and
Bronchitis, bold by W. K. Dement & Co
miJE HALL OVER D.L.BECK& SON'S
A can bo rented for Public gatherings.
Application may be made to the executive
committee of the Astoria Ladles ' Coffee
Club. AlllS. lSEKlrMAX.
twinnns nn !
r . b
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Horo Throat, Swelling. Sprain, BruItcJ,
linrnc, Scalila, I'rot Ultc,
AXD ILL OTUEU RODILT IUISS A.ND ACHES.
Soil if Drcrrfits inJ Dealer ertrrwbere. FUIjCwjUa
tuule. Direction! la 11 LaoruJt.
THE CIIAKLES A. VOGELEK CO-
(SwtuRsuA.Tuuxtaaca) iimiarc, ajc.e..
GERMANIA SEER HALL
Norton Pacific Brewery
Five Cen tsa Class.
t57Xo Infetior liccrsold at this plan.
PT MEDICAL SPRINGS.
A Hack will leave Eugene on the arrival of
the train from Pottlacd,
.Making lhetrin from Portland In less than
two days In daylight.
Liverpool and London and Globe.
Horth British and Mercantile
Of Loudon and Ediuburgh.
Old Connecticut of Hartford,
COMMERCIAL OF CALJFORf.MA
Fire Insurance Companies,
Representing a Capital or $67,000 OOO.
B. VAN DUSEN. Agent,
Jl Steailin'pliiD Co
PROM ASTORIA TO
Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canby and Ilwaco,
Connecting by stages aud steamboats for
Oysterville, Montesano and Olympia
Mk "GEN. MILES,"
W. P. Wihtcoju:, Mastkr.
Will leave Astoria daily (Sttndaja excepted)
Ft Stevens. Fr Canby and Ilwaco,
at 8 A. M
WithOjstorvlilo Malls and Express daily,
Through. Mails to points beyond, and
Montesano, "W. T on
Mondays, "Wednesdays and Fridays.
On Thursdays the "Miles" will make
two round trips. leaving Astoria on sec
ond trip (about 3 i. si.) 3 hours after arrival
from first trip.
Fare to Ilwaco,
Pavsengers will save 25 cen's by purchas
ing tickets before going ou board.
Ilwaco Freight per Ton, - S2.00
tSTFuc Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the olllce of the company, Gray's
wharf, foot of Kenton street.
3. ARNDT & FEROHEN
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
Boiler Shop SlJSI
All kinds of
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
"m i wa T-mi
. mm m Mmm taMih-H m
i Iwflos rafc.
W v QWlv f's?
Tfeis Tells of
n. mm m m vurmn
WILL BE KNOWN AS
FETE DAYS FOR THE MULTITUDE!
The Largest! The Grandest! The Greatest!
Old John E-obinson's
fiy'Jf XHnBaHBRAflMV iPl" v
Will Exhibit at Astoria at That Time.
, A $2,0 00,e 00 CONSOLIDATION!
A TRIPLE CIRCUS.
A WONDERFUL MUSEUM.
AN ENORMOUS ELEVATED STAGE!
"With mare StirUm Featured, more Sensational Novelties,
more Performers, Male and Female, than
ANY SHOW IN THE WIDE WOULD!
TIIK TATTOOED WOaiAX.
EARTH .NEVER SAW THE LIKE BEFORE
ZOLA, The FEMALE BL0ND1N.
lUdiiiK :t Velocipede over a Sincle Wire.
CO feet above the heads of the
Skatinc on a light Wire, elevated
HO feet, and performing the most
difficult of frate.
BICYCLE RIDERS! V
In wonderful and lightning Hair, Teeth aud
Feet Slides from the topmost point of
the Canvas to the Ground.
fcVLLE ELLA ZOLA
HIGH WIRE QUEEN', walks blindfolded
with feet incased in basket,
MUSSUM OF X.X7X2TC WOITDERS
And a vast collection of relics of the Olden Age and modern curiosities.
A HERD OF MONSTER ELEPHANTS
OI all ages, sizes and kinds.
HINDOO SNAKE CHARMER.
is of GirafTen. 82O.00O Srliool of Spa Lions. SIO.OOO Vritite
ipotumuN $.,UOl Taminonr. S..OOl School of Walrus.
nVTTTQSeparate Horns 2-Horned-2 I 200 Hordes !n II
UA ODhtlnct Eyes Snmatraa HhInoceros 30 Camels ! UIAT fl
ALL LINES OF STEAMBOATS WILL CAREY PAS
SENGERS TO AND FROM ASTORIA AT
GREATLY REDUCED RATES.
DOX'T FA IIi 'J O BE IV TIJlE TO W1TXE8 THE
$300,000 FREE STREET PAGEANT!
31 Chariots, 4 Steam Musical "Wasons. 13 Mounted Trumpeters. 00 Horses,
12 Separate Kinds of Music, Female Brass Band, Scottish Bag
pipers, 100 Mounted Ivnijhts,50 Cajies. 2 Steam Or
gans, Female Open Air Opera, 100 Ponies, 8
Distinct Bands, Jubilee Troupe, Steam
Ualiopc, 30 Courtly J)ames.
Ii:.S OF JLJ25IFOIi:IIAG WIE.1 BEASTS!
Tigers, Lions. Hyenas, Leopards, Bears, Pythons, Ancondas, Boa Constrictors,
ntr. nil. liey l-'ti- nil f Jii-r,ii nni) irilli c iilrsr ilrtiivn i n 11ptn irilttM Pirrr7'
1,41, IVtWfc l'lt. f fll.l'J'l.J,!!.,' ,(..V,VI. iV ft,
1 AND 7:30 P. M.
TICKETS will us o aie at the New York Novelty Storo
during the days of Exhibition.
ColiiMa TragorMiofl Company.
Through Freight on Fast Time!
Which has been specially huiit for the comfort of passengers will leave
Wilson & Fisher's Dock every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M.
Returning leaves Portland every t
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
"An additional trip will be made on Snnday of Each Wecu, leaving Portland
at 9 O'eloclc Sunday Morninjr. Passengers b this route connect at Kalama
for Sound ports. U. 11. SCOTT, Presldentl
PRICE. FIVE CENTS.
mm m n7 hb
BIG SHOWS 1A
a 30 cage ai:arac;i-:iiiE.
A G1GAXTIC AVIAKY.
Hurled aJO Feet Through Space by Ancient
Rome's Terrific War Eugiue,
KU12AN' JAIIIXG at It8 Z EX IT II
Who dives, head foremost from the Dome
of the Canvas Into a net IOJ feet below.
Who at the Apex of the Canvas walks,
runs and dances with head downward.
Fi'.ll ALE SIIZEKIAX
ROLLER SKATERS! O
Unicvcle Riders and Skaters
EVERY NATION REPRESENTED,
Trlbet of Ilimloos. Kurd. Greeks, Cannibal,
Azeets, Arabs, iledts, Javanese, 1'atagon
ijn., Fejees, Nubians, ligijptians, Ma
lays. Hottentots and Afghans,
all in their
?'atlvo Costumes and Cerenionlei!
vm..v..v uwi., .w....a ..-w-
i CTrrpciuiiu !