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VOL. XXIV, NO. .39.
ASTORIA, OREGON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, JS85.
PRICE. FIVE CENTS.
Will y!e pronint atU'itUnn Jo all oii.
f!iR pail of the citj eomtr.
Oflloeover Allen's htme. comer ("ass ami
Mifimxjua streets, Astwia, Orcgfl.
Telephone No. 11.
Physician anil Surgeon.
(.flSco, liooniG, oer I). A. lIeIwSiit . stow.
tlKKICK llOI'K. :-0 to 11 A. X. : 3 t T. V. K.
Itesidoncc. opposite the.IohaatH building
i'HYSICJAX AND M7KGKOX.
OPKiru : Gem I'.iii'J'H?, Hpstaii?. A-loria.
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ATTORNEYS AT t.AW.
frJSfcv in Kinney's lawk. fWM CH
JtuS. Astotin, Oregt.
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4'JTOUNKYS A.T LAW.
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PHYSICIAN AND SUJlb'SO
:rsiie;."K On Cfditr Stn-pl. luck of
r v. iiumcs. a. r-.nw
Uoonis in AIIphS ltniulniR. up Mai. ror
not fljits :'iul HiIiphkkiia 4!cl. AMrn
JOHN II. JIITCHH I.. I5AI.WI M. HFM! 'T.
Atlorneys and Ccuncsiors at Law.
lioouis 1,2, '!,:n.l 1 Kainm-rui.'Ji.-,
North K:iM ConitT or l"irt ami I'mm'S. ,
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BANKING AND INSURANCE !
8. W. CAS,
Broker, Baniier, and Insur
Kroin 0 o'clock A. V. milil :i o'tlo'k 1. JI.
AHEM) Or ALL C03HTFIT0KS!
Sanuf.iciiirpd on lhi Cadu.-il :p1ii ion
hystfin lj tnc
Salem (Or.) Capitol Flour Mills Co,
Is thp only flour that lias lakon First Vtlt'
llneejp.trsln siict'PMiin :it the
MItTfiX2 aiKOSJAXIt'T. XAIK,
Also al State Fair.
One trial is ufiidpnt topoinincpof itssnpo
Sep that thev.onl CAPITOL Is on each sack
WILCOX & FISHE1I. Astoiia Ajrents.
LOEB & CO.
AGENTS FOIt THE
Best San Francisco Houses and
Tumblers Decanters, and Ail
Kinds of Salccn Supplies.
FSA1! goods sold at San Francisco Prices.
Opiiosito Parker House. Astoria. Oregon.
mnu hall ovKir d. l. p.lck a: son's
JL can he rented for Public gatherings.
Application may be made to Uip executuc
committee of the Astoria Indies 'Coffee
club. iiu5. ui:i:;man.
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acts directl'- upon, theiyer ; curing
the many discuss iicidcrao that un.
portant organ, and pjwslitingths na
mercus aiimsr.ls tKkJ arise from its
deranged or torrAiction, sucli as
PJieufeamr etc. It is therefore 2
Misamt " To liave Good Health
:hn Liver must Le I:ept in order."
DR. SAIJxOSD'S IIVEB IK7IG0SAT02.
Invi?onilcs the Liver, Kepulatcs the liovr
sl, F'rcnjrthens the Py&lcm, Purifies llic
Blooil. A- i-!1; D-osiion, Prevents Fevers.
Is a Household "Xccd. An Invaluable
Famil- jledicinc for common complaints.
CIL SJLITTOES'S ZTJZZ IKTIGOHATOIt.
A.& experience of Forty ycar3, and Thou
tanas of TcfiinuKtials prats ils Merit.
fo:i r u.n rv alt. unAixns iNMcmcrr:';
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wj.ro:.: if- sr. s .:.. z;v t.oi.e. cur
of the 1 isuter s r f the human race. Thite
f-yiniitoms imlicatc tl.cr cxiatexicc:
Joss or Appetite, 25oivtIs costlc,
htclc ItentlucJte, fullness after cat
i:i, aversion to cicrtiouofboilyor
lness,I,ltitt.WiiattliiIti.art.I)o(s lcforc tlie eye a, Iils;ljly colored
the use ofu remedy that nctsdirecll von
I'tHTs haoiiocinaI. ThtirucUoncn
the Kidneys and .kin. is :t!-o prompt;
removing allimpuiities through tlicso
three "scavcnira of the .stcm,"
producing apptti'o, sound tligcstion,
regular MooN, a clear kin and a vig
orous body. Ti'TT'.S ZM2Lr.; cause HO
nausea or giipinj nor hittiferc "Willi
daily work ad are a perfect
ANTIDOTE. TO &1ALARSA.
holJeen'.Tii.r 23. OUlcc 41 Mmbt.N Y.
TDTTS MAIS DYE.
GitATllAiR or Whiski ss changed in
stanllj' to a dLr?r 1H.ACK by a single,
application of this li i.. Sold by Drug
ists,orscntbyexpreb'50nreceintof$i, OllIce,-lt Slurrav Street, New York.
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A Clear Skin
is only a part of beauty;
but it is a part. Every lady
may have it ; at least, what
looks like it. Magnolia
Balm both freshens and
Did you Sup-
pose Mustang Liniment only good
for horses? It is for inflamma
tion of all flesh. '
FINE BUSINESS OFFIGK.OF.NTltAL
ly located. Apply at this Office.
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WORK OF A DASTARD MOB.
Kxoxvn.i,E, Tenii., Sept, C Last
night a large body of masked men
passed down Gay street, in the direc
tion of the jail. They were joiued at
various points along the street by at
least two hundred citizens. They ap
proached the jail in perfect order, ex
cepting the liriug of pistols. The
jailor surrendered the keys to the
main entrance, and the crowd broke
ihedoorof the cell containing Lee
Sellers, a young man charged with
the murder and robbery of Edgar
Maine, committed on !ast Tuesday
'morning, one mile east of tho city.
J Sellers had a kuife in his possession,
Mm Hiien one ol me vigiiuuics mch
into his cell lo adjust handcuffs, Sell
ers gave him a number of frightful
slashes. Both doors were soon bat
tered down, and the masked vigi
lantes shot at Sellers twice, without
inflicting any hcrious wounds. Then
seizing Sellers, the mob passed out
of the jail yard and went to the mid
dle of a high bridge over the Tcnnes
?ee river. A rone was placed around
the criminal's neck while ho was yet
ia the corridor of tho jail. He stood
with his anus folded, and never
tlinehed while the knot was being ar
ranged. He called for a drink of
water before leaving for the bridge
ami Ins wishes were complied. with.
After reaching the middlb of the
bridge the mob halted and demanded
a confession. Sellers refused to say
:i worJ, and the rope was placed over
a eTos.-bi':irc, about twenty-two feet
:.b.ive the lloor, and he was swung
off. lie was not handcuffed, aud as
soon as the noose began to tighten
he climbed up tho rope hand over
hand, and gained the top of tho
bridge framing. He then crawled
along the crossbeams to one side of
the bridge. While ho was crossing
at least thirty shots were fired at
him, but not one of them with fatal
effect. He rose to his feet and yelled
at the top of his veice:
"My friends, come to me! I'm mur
dered! Come quick!"
The wounded man then lay down
on the steps, aud several shots were
fired at him. but none of them hit
him in a vital part. Runners were
sent lo the city for Ladders and an
other rope. Theciowdwas orderly,
and but few people outside of those
implicated knew auything about the
affair. Some voting men who were at
a ball left their dancing, and followed
the masked men in their dress coats.
After the ladders were brought two
men climbed up to the top of the
stringers to re adjust the rope. Sell
ers had then taken the rope from
around his neck, and lagged the
crowd to kill him and end his suffer-
Mcu started out to take him
down, but he lost his hold and fell in
the water, eighty feet below, and has
not yet been found. At the verv last
he protested his inuoeence.
impulsion- or Russians.
London, Sept. G. Telegrams from
a gentleman who was recently sent to
Germany to inquire into the alleged
wholesale expulsion of Russian sub
jects fully confirm all previous re
ports. In a dispatch dated at Kon
igsburg he says: Many thousand
persons have been expelled from
towns in the eastern provinces, and
thousands of Russians havo been or
dered to leave by the 1st of October,
on the ground that they have not ob
tained formal naturalization, al
though many of those expelled per
formed German military service at
Danzig. The chief sufferers are mer
chants, artisans, workmen, and even
musicians, some of whom have been
settled in the country twenty years.
At least Mi) persons in Danzig at
present are under notice to depnrt.
At Konigsbnrg the same harsh state
of affairs exists, and the sufferings
likely to be caused by the forced re
moval of so many peple from the
comfortable homes which they havo,
by their industry, succeeded in mak
ing for themselves, excites the keen
est sympathy of the natives in these
cities, who are indignant at the pros
pective loss of so many wealthy
producers. The municipal council
of Danzig ha3 sent a petition to Bis
marck, setting forth in forcible terms
the injustice and injury which will
result from the enforcement of the
order of removal, and requesting that
it be rescinded. Tho sufforers them
selves havo thus far appealed in vain
to the provincial authorities for
amelioration of tho decree.
In your paper of the 2Gth instant
(writes a correspondent of the St
Louis Rejmbliuin) is a picture of tho
statue "Star of the West" a woman
shading her eyes with her hand. It is
not true to nature. A woman always
shades her eyes by turning her hand
over the palm upward 83 that the
back will not sunburn. During tho
civil war a woman in the army in
malo attire was discovered by this
An exchange truthfully says: "It is
worth remembering that no newspa
per is printed especially for any one
person, any moro than a hotel is built
especially to please one guest. Peoplo
wbo become greatly displeased with
something they find in a newspaper
should remember that the very thing
that displeases them is exactly tho
thing that will please somebody who
has just as much interest in the paper
as they have.''
Foi Dyspepsia andLiver Complaint,
bottle of Shiloh's Yitalizer. It never
fails to cure. Sqjd by W. E. Dement.
OREGON AND WASHINGTON CATTLE
Recent shipments of eastern Wash
ington and Oregon cattle to England
havo awakened considerable interest,
particularly among trade competitors.
These cattle, it appears, were driven
eastward and nnally shipped on board
vessels at Duluth. A British trade
paper, in commenting upon this ship
ment, states that the dead-meat has
proved a failure to all intents and
purposes. Not only does tho meat
uose in quauty, but the weight shrinks
by more than b per cent The live-
cattle trade, however, it regards as a
far more serious matter. That Wy
oming territory alone sends from its
borders nearly enough meat to satis
fy the requirements of London,
and now that the northern systems of
railways is finished, transit is com
paratively an easy thing. Three
year-old bullocks, weighing 1,000
pounds each, can be bought at rail
road points in Montana and Dakota
for Sd.40 per head. Transportation
from Montana to London adds S22.S0
to this figure, and at these rates "it
will bo found that in this trade of
supplying London with cattle from
tho great prairies of the northwest
there is an enormous and profitable
field for enterprise." The lowfignre'is
arrived at by direct shipments, with
out the intervention of brokers, while
cattle which are taken from some
other sources of supply pass through
half a dozen hands before they reach
tho retailer. llra lla Walla Union.
F. J. Horswill describes tho Conner
coalmines on the south side of the
Skagit as superior to all coal mined
on this coast. Ho cites the Scotch
expert, P. N. McKay, as sharing this
high opinion of its value. Thero are
five veins of coal, the better quality
being found in the lower vein, an
eighty-foot one. Tho pitch is 50 deg.
to the southeast. A cross-cut tunnel
has been put in 171 feet long.
Ward C. Whito, tho most successful
dairyman in Wisconsin, uttered that
aphorism that has gone over tho
wuoie werm: JL always speatc lo a
cow as I do to a lady." When I asked
him to tell me the answer to tho whole
dairy problem in one word ho replied:
"Well, my boy, 1 should spell it
c-o-m-f-o-r-t." Remember that milk-
glviug is a maternal function, nndno
man sbonld abuse a mother.
Mr. Jones, the revivalist, in his ser
mon in Cincinnati last Sunday, said :
"I don't believe any of Darwin's the-
oryy unless you invert it, Invert it
and my judgement is, it's a fact. We
came from the blessed hand of God
perfect, bat I look about me and 1
think the world is running to mon
It is reported that placer miues
havo been discovered on upper Pall
creek, about sixty miles from Eugene
City, and that men are making 1 or
S3 a day.
This is the season when housewives
are busy making preserves and jam.
If j'ou should be unfortunate enough
to jam vouf finger St. Jacobs Oil will
New York has twelve hundred gos
pel ministers, eight hundred of whom
are Protestant, and four hundred
Miss Bollo Waters, of Jacksonville,
who was so severely burned a few
weeks ago, died last Tuesday night,
after much suffering.
About fifty ledges havo been pros
pected in Pine creek district, and
shafts in somo are down fifty feet.
An average of five mining locations
per day are filed with the recorder at
the Pine valley mines.
Iicltcr than She Expected.
"Your letter received. In reply I
am happy to say that Parker's Hair
Balsam did much more for me than
you said it would, or than I expected.
My hair has not only stopped falling
out, but the bald spots are all covered,
and all my hair grown thicker, softer
and more lively than it was before my
sickness a year ago. Thank you
again and again." Extract from let
ters of Mr. R. W. T., West Fifty-third
street, Now York.
Croup, Whooping Cough ami Uron
cliitii immediately relieved by Shilolfs
Cure. Sold liv W. E. Dement.
Suii.oifs Cure will immediate'
Oieve Croup, Whooping Cough, and
ronchitis. bold by w. E. Dement & Co
A. V. Allen,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Ufin.c I Imtnrt Tnharrn Rinarc
W iflcS, LiqUOrS, I ODaCCO.bigarS
WYATT & THOMPSON.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS,
Crockery and Glassware.
WHERRY k COIIPAWY,
Fresh and I'mvA Meat
FRUITS. BUTTER, and EGGG.
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTRI
t'KKXA lil'S Street. .ttorin, ??.
Main Mrctl, Anlorin, Osrxmi.
ni:it;.uAX a. co.i'Rorinr.'nn
RESPECTFULLY CALL THK ATTEN-!
Xj Hon of the nnhlic to the f.iet Ui.it the
above Market will r.h:is li supplied with a
FULL VARIETY AND REST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS i !
Which will ho sold at lowest rates, whole
sale anil retail.
CtarSpeei.il attention ghen to supplying
PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER.
Water Pipes a Specialty,
A Full Stock of Material on Hand.
Pergonal attention sheii all oruVr-!, anil
Shop and offlco on Cass street. oueiloor
above Frank FabruV. Restaurant. Astoria,
U. A.STINSON & CO.,
A r.mt. Rogers oM ttanil, comer of Ci-s
and Court MreeK
Sliip an.1 Cannery work. Horseshoeing,
tt'agifiis nuute miu! repaired, llnod work
Liverpool and London and Globe.
ETorth British and mercantile
Of London and Edinburgh.
Old Connecticut of Hartford,
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
Fire Insurance Companies,
Representing a Capital or $67,000 OOO.
IS. VAN DUSKN. Auent.
HOT MIMICAL SPRINGS.
A Hack will leave Eugene on the arrivarbf
the train from Portland,
Making the trio from Portland in less than
two dajs in d:u light.
. PETER KUNEY.
S. ARNDT & FERCHEN
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
Boiler Shop XSE5
All kinds of
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
HAVE NO EQUAL !
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GRAND PRIZE PARIS 1878.
THEY HAVE BEEN AWARDED
AT THE VARIOUS
THAN THE GOODS OF ANY OTHER
IN THE WORLD.
Duality can Always be Depended on !
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MpOllGlUiGU fMGilllOlI U&O liU UUIDI
HENRY 'DOYLE & CO.,
5 1 7 and 5 1 9 Market Street. SAN FRANCISCO,
AGE'TS JFOtt PACIFIC COAST.
Seine Twines, Rope and Netting Constantly on Hand.
The Telephone Saloon.
The Finest Establishment of
the Kind in Astoria.
Especially fitted up for the Comfort and
Com enlenee of those who enjoy a
The Best or Wines and Liquors,
The Choicest Cigars.
Everything New and First-Class.
K. t. JEFFREY. Prop'r.
Magnus 0. Crosby
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEFT LEAD STRIP LEAD
Tin A2n) Copper.
Coliili Transportation Company.
Through Freight on Fast Time!
THE NEW STEAMER
"Which has been specially built 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 loaves Portland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
-An additional trip will be made on Sunday of Each Wee, leaving Portland
at 9 O'clock SuHtlay Mor-Hlujj. Passengers bj this route connect at Ka!&ro
for Sound ports. " u. B. SCOTT, President?.
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The Gem Saloon.
The Popular Resort for Astorians.
Finest of Wines and Liquors
Go to THE GEM SALOON.
ALEX. CAMrBELL. - - PROPRIETOR
J. H. D. GKAT,
Wholesale and retail dealer In.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay, OatsStraw,Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND AND CEMENT.
General Storage and "Wharfage, on reason
able terms. Foot ot Benton street. Astoria,
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Brier Pipes,
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
CORNER MAIN AND CIIENAMUS STS.
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