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TIIUKSDAY. .Tl.DECEMnER :;. 1SS5
The Geo. Hr. Elder got dowu last
evening. Sho leaves out at 7 this
San Francisco and New York pa
pers of Nov. 2oth were received here
The Darisdeer Lalla Jlookli, and
Glenshee sailed yesterday. The Clan
IfcLeod, previously reported, arrived
The funeral of the lateKobt Wihl
gren will take place at two this after
noon. The interment will be at Clat
sop. There will be a funny contest at
the skating rink next Saturday even
ing. For particulars see advertise
The Clatsop county Democratic
committee issue a call for a meeting
at the court house, on the evening of
next Saturday, the 5th insL, at 7:30
o'olock, for the purpose of nominat
ing a full city ticket to be voted for
It is stated privately in San Fran
cisco, that Ferguson, a wealthy con
tractor of St. Paul, has secured the
contract for the Cascade tunnel, and
that a telegram has arrived here
asking a Canadian Pacific contractor
here to go in partnership in its con
struction. The Herald of Albany is the latest
addition to the ranks of Oregon daily
journalism. A place is always judged
by its newspaper and a daily is worth
a dozen weeklies in faithfully repre
senting the city or town that supports
it. The Herald starts oft" well and
The Astoria Ladies' Coffee club will
have a pleasant social to-morrow
evening at their rooms at Liberty
Hall, and extend a cordial invitation
to all who have an interest in the
welfare of the club, and all who look
for a good entertainment. Music and
dancing will be provided, and re
The present mail facilities between
this city and San Francisco are the
reverse of pleasant. The newspaper
mail service appears demoralized,
papers dated Nov. 25th have not yet
been received. The express and
telegraph company profit by the
present system, but it is an onerous
tax on the community.
There is a big estate in England
known as the Lawrence-Townley es
tate, said to be worth $800,000,000.
There are aaid to be about 800 heirs
in the United States, a good propor
tion of them in Oregon, one Miss
Mary Lawrence in Astoria. Divided
among the 800, would give each one
of the heirs one million dollars which
would come very handy to any of us.
A dispatch from The Dalles brings
information that the waterway con
vention assembled there yesterday
with a full representation. .T. Q. A.
Bowlby, president of the Astorian
chamber of commerce, was chosen
ohairman of the convention and
Byron Daniels, of Tancouver, secre
tary. The business of the convention
was progressing satisfactorily yester
The Lord Kinnaird cleared for
Qaeenstown yesterday with 4G.547
bus wheat worth $36,306. The Griac
dale cleared for Liverpool with a
valuable flour and salmon cargo.
She has 12,720 bbls flour, $43,500: 1
cs. books, $25, and 20,3S3 cs. salmon,
$101,915: total value of cargo $143,
440, The salmon shippers are as
follows, Wm. Hnmo, 5,450 cs. J. A.
Devlin. 8,093: Eureka Packing Co.,
3,525; Geo. T. Myers, 3,315.
Judge O. N. Denny goes on the
Elder to-day to take up'his residence
in the island of Corea, where he will
occupy the position of foreign ad
viser and inspector-general of the
empire a position tendered him some
months ago by the emperor of Corea.
He will sail from San Francisco on the
29th to Yokahama, disembarking
there and sailing for Nagasaka, which
will require five days. From the lat
ter place, Soule, the capital of Corea,
is two days' sail. The time consumed
in making the voyage will be about
six weeks. Judge B. F. Bonham goes
to Calcutta where he will represent
A Fine Thons;ut.
The grand flow o" the great river
is its symbol. We have stood where
we could stride the flow of the Colum
bia at a step; have traveled down its
broadening channel and seen it grow
in volume and power and "depth until
it bore great argosies upon its bosom.
Where it touched the sea it was it
self a sea. So we have seen lives,
narrow and easily spanned in their
spring-burst, grow deeper and wider
and clearer and mightier until, when
they touohed the eternal life, they
had themselves become eternal.
Such, lives are grand: God-like.
Rev. H. K. Hines.
A good waiter. Apply to Jeff.
A Whitehall boat on the 28th of .No
vember, opposite Astoria. Inquiry may
be made of P. Jordan, master steamer
Astoria, Dec. 2, 1885.
Special meeting of Astoria Div. No. l.
Uniform Rank K. of P. is hereby called
for Thursday evening at 7 30 at Dr. Tut
tle's office. Every member in town is
requested to be present.
By order of Sir Knight Commander.
J. O. Bozoimr,
Gives notice that he has closed his old
Restaurant for repairs, and that" he will
opea the United Stajes Restaurant next
Ready For Business.
For a good steak, a delicious cup of
coffee or a plate of fine oysters goto
Frank Fabre's Coffee. Oyster and
Chop House; opposite 31. C. Crosby's.
ACROSS BOTH CONTINENTS.
IVinripal Event" of Yesterday'.
FAREWELL TO TIX JilSG.
Portland, Dec. 2. Tin Ling, a
China girl aged seventeen, died to-day
of an overdose of opium taken witli
vice president Ajnniow.
New York, Dec 2. By common
consent J no. A. Logan is regarded
here as the coming vice president.
Olympia, Ky., Dec. 2. Several
men were instantly blown to atoms
by a bla9t in the iron mines here to
day. They had lighted a fuse and
retired to a safe place, the fuse hung
fire, and all returned cettincr back
just as the blast went off. When the
charge exploded it instantly killed
Jno. Stanton. Trafavette Stavton.
Jno. Mountjoy and Baffeal, se
riously injuring others.
STRUCK On A IUK.
Pittsburg, Dec. 2. The tow boat
Iron City struck on a bar in the
Alleghany river to-day. While ly
ing on the bar the boat was blown up
killing tho engineer and a deck hand
and seriously wonnding four others.
The boat burned to tho water's edge
and is a total loss. The explosion
was caused by tho boat striking a
natural gas main which led from a
TWENTr-TWO GOOD IXDIAX3.
DEiiiKG. N. M., Dec 2. A party of
renegade Indians visited the reserva
tion here to-day and tried to get the
rest to join them. In the fight which
ensued twenty-one reservation Indi
ans and one renegade Indian were
XtKSD OF THE WUITE ELEPIIAXT.
Raxgoox, Dec 2. King Thebaw
made a personal surrender of him
solf lo-day to the British forces uudr
Belgrade, Dec 2. The Bulgari
ans refuse to prolong fie armistice
with Prince Milan and the Servian
army. It is reported that they have
sacked and burned Pirot.
THE PORTE TAKES A HAND.
Constantinople, Dec. 2. - - The
Porte has given notice that Turkey
proposes to occupy and hold the Bal
London, Dec 2. The liberals are
feeling jubilant over the result of the
county elections which offset last
week's borough losses. Late returns
show steady gain1?: twelve seats were
gained to day.
On the 11th of November the
British bark JS'orthrrnliay, 1221, of
Snnderland, Boulton master, 5i days
from Callao, was boarded by Pilot
Mathews. Since that time no tidings
have been reported at this office re
garding the vessel, and extended in
quiry has failed to elicit any informa
tion concerning her. The violent
storms occasioning wide spread dam
age to shipping along the coast, have
occurred since then, and every coast
paper from San Francisco to tho
Sound has reported marine disasters.
This, coupled with the extraordinary
silence regarding her whereabouts,
has given rise to the gloomiest fears
as to tho fate of the vessel, and it is
now believed that the unfortunate
bark must have gono down with all
It may, however, bo said that in
stances are not wautmg where vessels
have been blown about by storms, up
and down past tho port of eutry and
after being given up as lost, have ar
A case in point was cited to the
writer yesterday by Jno. Stearn3 of
the Old Corner saloon. "It was in
October, 1853," said he, "that I was in
San Francisco buying supplies for
Scottsburg. There was a good many
there from that section and after pur
chasing what even for those days was
considered a largo bill, we were all
desirous of getting back. About the
last of tho month, a brig, commanded
by Capt. Bunker, started for tho
Umpqua, with a very large cargo
aboard, and about twelve or fourteen
passengers. The captain was a gen
eral favorite and had I had a chance
I would have gono too. As it was
I waited three weeks when the brig
Judson, of which Wm. Wluppley was
the skipper, started with me and my
goods aboard. Eight days after
leaving San Francisco wo slipped
safely over the Umpqua bar, and our
first question was 'Where is the
Hope? No one had heard or seen
anything of her. Days and weeks
went by and the Hope was finally
given up for lost On New Year's
day, 1854, sixty-two days after leav
ing San Franeisco, the Hops was
seen outside, and the next day she
arrived safely in. She had been
blown clear to Cape Flattery, then
back down pretty near to San Fran
cisco, twice had got to the mouth of
the TJmpqua only to bo blown away
again; and so sho went.''
It is to be hoped that nothing
worse than adverse winds and stormy
weather have overtaken the Iforth
ernltav and that some day sho will
arrive in all right, though appear
ances are very mncli against her
IIucItlcrTs Arnica Salrc.
The Best SaT.vk i n the world for
Cuts, Bra ises,Sores,Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively euros Tiles, or no
pay required. Jt isguaranreeu io ivc
Perfect satisfaction, or money refunded,
rice 23 cents per box. Kor sa le by W
E. Dement & Co.
!. Joplin has returned, and is again
ready to repair umbrellas and tend to
business at the old stand.
Tltc latest flf oTeltieN
Will be on exhibition this week at Carl
A Splcadid Stock
Of new goods to be opened at Carl Ad
ler's. Call and examine.
REPUBLICAN' CITY CONVENTION.
A Fnll Ticket Nominated Yeatcrday.
The delegates to the Republican
city convention met at tho court
house at two o'clock yesterday after
noon to nominate a ticket to be voted
for at next Wednesday's election.
J. W. Welch was chosen chairman,
and J. F. Halloran Beoretary. E. A.
Taylor, F. L. Parker, and J. W.
Gearhart were appointed a committee
on credentials who reported the
following entitled to seats in the con
vention. First Ward B, K Oarnahan, Chas.
Heilborn, C. H. Cooper, W. E. De
ment, A. C. Fisher, A. G. Spexarth,
J. F. Ferchen, J. W. Gearhart, J. F.
Halloran, J. W. Conn, F. Sherman,
F. L. Parker, E. B. Hawea, H. Spell
mier, N. E. Goodell.
Second Ward Aug. Danielson,
Thco. Bracker, D. Alorgan, Jr., E. A.
Taylor, J. W. Welch, L. W. Holt,
Bobt. Carruthers, S. M. Morton, E.
There had been a tie vote between
Messrs. Upshur and Spedden in the
first ward, and Messrs. Case and Ful
ton in the second ward, and it was
decided to settle the matter by drop
ping one delegate from each ward
representation, thus disposing of the
The chair stated that first in order
was nominations for mayor. C. W.
Fulton was placed in nomination and
received the unanimous vote of the
convention. For treasurer, Chas.
Heilborn was placed in nomination
and the secretary instructed to cast
the unanimous vote of the conven
tion for Chas. Heilborn. In like
manner the following nominations
were made: For assessor, D. H.
Welch; auditor and clerk, T. S. Jew
ett; attorney, G. C. Fulton; superin
tendent of streets, W.X. McCroskey;
harbor master, Phil Johnson; sur
veyor, C. B. Martin; police judge, R.
V. Monteith; chief of police, W. J.
C. W. Fulton was present and be
ing called on came forward and said
he was duly appreciative of the honor
which had come unsought; that he
recognized tho importance of the po
sition and accepted the nomination
in the same kindly spirit that it was
tendered. If elected he would do all
in his power to secure good govern
ment of tho city; would work for tho
whole people and the best interests
of the city.
R. V. Monteith being called upon
said that if elected he would perform
the duties assigned to him carefully
and impartially and with the sole
view of right and justice to control
W. J. Barry, entering the room,
was called forward and in response
said that if elected he would, to the
best of his ability, enforce the laws
of the state, the ordinances of the
city, and would so act that citizens
wonld feel that he had done his duty
under all circumstances.
On motion the chair was empow
ered to appoint precinct committees
for the ensning year. The chair ap
pointed as such committee from the
first ward, R. N. Carnahan, C. H.
Cooper and A. C. Fisher; from the
second ward, E. A. Taylor, Aug.
Danielson and G. W. Lonnsberry.
It was announced that at ward del
egation meetings, previously held in
each ward, F. Sherman had received
tho nomination for councilman from
the first ward and Robt. Carruthers
councilman from the second ward.
The convention then adjourned,
ONE MONTH'S KAIXFALIj.
Sergeant Grifiin'a rain gauge re
ports show that during the thirty
days of November twelve and forty-six-hnndredths
inches of rain fell in
this city. That is considerable rain.
Let us see what amount of water
that represents on an acre of ground.
There are 6.272.&10 square inches in
an acre. One inch cf rain would repre
sent the same number of square
inches. In a cubic foot there are 1,728
inches. An inch of rain falling upon
one aero is equivalent to 3,630 cubic
feet The weight of u cubic foot of
water is 62 pounds. Two thousand
pounds make a ton. It follows from
the premises, that an inch of rain
falling upon an acre of ground will
weigh 226,875 pounds, which is the
equivalent of 113 tons and 875 pounds
to tho acre. Twelve and one-half
time3 this amount, nearly theNovem
bar rain fall, gives 1,412 tons to the
acre. So that on every acre of sur
face in this vicinity there fell last
month the enormous amount of one
thousand four hundred and twelve
tons of water. In some storms an
inch of rain will fall in little over
an hour, Such rapid rain fall is,
however, infrequent. The impact of
113 tons of water on an acre, falling
suddenly, is very great, and tends to
paok the land hard. A gentle rain
or mere drizzle is more satisfactory
in au agricultural point of viow. As
the rain' season can not be con
sidered over till we have had about
fifty-five inches of rain, it will be
seen that 6,236 tons of water to an
acre ought to keep the springs and
wells in good working condition next
Wild Chcrrj- and Tar.
Everybody knows the virtues of Wild
Cherry and Tar as a relief and cure for
any affections of the Throat and Lungs,
combined with these two Ingredients
are a few simple healing remedies in
the composition of Dr. Bosauko's Cough
and Lung Syrup making it jnst the
article you should always have in the
house for Coughs, Colds, Croup aud
Bronchitis. Price 50 cents and $1.00.
Samnles free. Sold by J. W. Conn.
Ufttarrn cured, health and sweet
hreatli secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Rem
edy. Price 50 cents. Masai Injector free
For sale by W. B. Dement.
A Nasal Jnjector free with each
bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy
Price 50 cents. Sold by W. E. Dement.
W. LussieroiSan Francisco has en
gaged in the photograph business with
Crow the leading photographer.
United. States Restaurant
Opening is postponed for a few days,
owing to delayed arrival of steam" fable
from New York.
AN IMPORTANT DECISION.
An interesting maritime decision
was rendered in London recently,
which is of special importance - to
those chartering vessels "to arrive."
Tho question decided was, when-oan
a vessel be said to be "ready" to load
a cargo. The plain tiffs,, the owners
of the British Bhip Rowland Hill,
and the defendants, merchants in
London, entered into a charter-party
by which the Rowland Hill was
chartered to them to proceed to Port
land, Oregon, in the United States,
and there load a fnll and complete
cargo of wheat and (or) flour in bags
and (or) other lawful merchandise.
It was further provided that.
"should the vessel not have
arrived at Portland and be
ready to receive cargo on or before
sundown on the 31st of October next,"
the charterers were to have the op
tion of cancelling the charter-party.
The vessel arrived at Portland before
the time specified, but the defendants
claimed to cancel the charter-party
on the ground that she was not at
sundown on October 31st. "ready to
receive cargo," inasmuch, as she had
at that time some 300 tons of ballast
on board, and, further, was not lined
throughout in the manner usual and
necessary for the protection of a
wheat or flour cargo. The plaintiffs
having brought an action against the
defendants for a breach of the charter-party
in refusing to load a cargo,
Judgment was given in their favor,
but the case was appealed. The ap
peal was dismissed by the court.
The master of Rolls said that it was
admitted that a reasonable quantity
of ballast for keeping the ship up
right was allowable. If the whole of
the carrying part of the vessel was at
the disposal of the charterers, she
was "ready" within the meaning of
the oharter party. The question was
really one of fact The judge had
decided it, and there was evidence to
justify the conclusion at which he
had arrived. It must, therefore, be
taken that 300 tons was not an un
reasonable amount of ballast for the
vessel to retain. It had been further
argued that the ship was not- fully
"lined," but the ohaater-party said
nothing about lining, and to giro ef
feot to such an argument would be to
hold that the ship must not onlv be
"ready" but also "fit" to load. He
was not prepared to import that word
into the charter-party. There was,
therefore, nothing to justify the de
fendants in throwing up the charter
party, and the plaintiffs were entitled
to judgment. The lords justices gave
judgment to the same effect, adding
that the charter-party left it open to
the defendants to load any kind of
cargo, and that many cargoes would
not require that tho ship should be
lined. &. F. Daily Commercial
A IAIV. Saving Present.
Mr. il.E. Allison, Hutohiuson, Kan.:
Saved his life by a simple Trial Bottle
of Dr. King's New Discovery, for Con
sumption, which caused him to procure
a large bottle, that completely cured
him, wiien Doctors, change of, climate
and everj-thlng else had failed. -Asthma,
llronchitis, lloarsenessscvere Coughs,
and all Throat and Lung diseases, it Is
guaranteed to cure. Trml Bottles free
at YV. E. Dement & Co.'s Drug, Store.
Large size $1.00.
Manufactured only by tho California
Fig Syrup Co. Srm Francisco Cal. is
Nature." Own True Laxative. This
pleasant liquid fruit reiwdv may be
had of V. E. Dement & Co, at'flfty cents
or one dollar pur bottle. It is the most
pleasant, prompt and offectivo remedy
known, to cleanse the system; to acton,
the Liver, Kidnej-s and Bowels gently
yet thoroughly; to dispel lleadachs,
Colds and Fevers: to cure Constipation,
Indigestion and kindred ills.
Shiloh's Catarrh Ilemedy a posi
tive cure for Catarrh, DIptheria and
Canker Mouth. Sold by W. JB. Dement.
Foi Dyspepsia andLiver Complaint,
you have a printed guarantee on every
bottle of Shiloh's Yltallzer. It never
falls to cure. Sold bv W. E. Dement
In delicate health and all who suffer
from habitual constipation will find the
pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of
Figs more easily taken, and more bene
ficial In effect than any other reined'.
It acts promptly yet gently on the Bow
els, kidneys. Liver and Stomach, and
does not sicken or debilitate. For sale
by W. E. Dement & Co.
Sujlou's Cuke will immediately
relieve Croup, Whooping Cough, and
Bronchitis. Sold by W. Dement & Co
Fur a Scat Fitting Boot
Jr Shoe, go to P. J. Goodmans, on Che
nutnus street, next door to I. W. Case.
AH goods of the best make and guaran
teed quality. A full stock; new goods
constantly arriving. Custom work.
The Rev. Geo. H. Thayer, of Bour
bon, hut, says: "Both myself and wife
oweour lives toSnn.oH'8 Consumption
Cukk." Sold by W. E. Dement. .
All the patent medicines advertised
In this paper, together with the choicest
Eurfuinery. and toilet articles, eta. can
e bought at the lowest prices, at J. W.
dun' drui: store, opposite Occident
Are you made miserable by Indi
gestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of
appetite, Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vital
izer Is a positive cure. For sale by W.
EMPLOYED AT THE
The Tables Supplied with the
Best the Market Affords.
In the Sleeping Department,
Clean, Comfortable Beds.
J. G. BOSS, Proprietor,
MAIN STREET, ASTORIA, OREG OX.
Among theeffeota of, the late Jas.
W. Marshall, in the hands of the pub
lio administratorjia a.daybookwnioh
is quite a curiosity, it Traa used by
a firm named Shannon & Cady, doing
business at Ooloma, and contains en
tries from April to October, 1847.
Wo give Borne of the entries to show
what was sold in,those days and the
Captain T. McCoy.
One bottle ale. :.". $ 5 00
Three bottles ala 15 00
One box percussion caps $3 00
One hat -. 10 00
Onepairshoes .-. 14 00
Ona bottle pickles 7.0
Doctor Taylor. . y
One box herrings .'; :..i 30 00
One bottle vinegar..'.....'. .". 3 00
One frying pan ; 6 00
Two pounds crackers 3 00
Five pounds fresh beef .'... 2fi0
One batcher knife . .? 3 00
P. 5. Evans.
One pair socks... ?..-...? 3 00
Oy3ters brought $10' per" can; sar
dines, So per box; nails, 75 cent9 per
pound; lard, SL50 per pound; BUgar,
50 cents per pound; rope, 2.25 per
pound; flour, 45 cents per pound; a
bottle of mustard is put down at
$4.50 no doubt it brought tears to
the eyes of the miners; a paper of
tacks, 3. The credits were nearly
all by gold dust A good many queer
things can be discovered by looking
over the book. St. Louis Republi
can. A Splemdift Display
At Carl Adler's Crystal Palace the coin
At a reasnnahli rata? th fin nAn
building opposite Kirchhoffs bakery.
a.ppiy at mis omce.
A full line of Masks and Masquerade
suits for rent, at the New York Xovelty
"Who sells the most- Pianos. Organs,
and Musical Instruments? TheTew
York Novelty Store.
Preaching in the Swedish. language
in the Episcopal chapel, upper Astoria,
on Sunday, at 10:30 and 7 SO, and In
the English. language in the same place,
Thursday evening at 7:30.
x uiwva nnuiuK miaui muii" ui any
size or length can be supplied by leav-
iuk oraers wun J. u. u. uray.
CUding, Banners, Oil Cloth Signs.
Fence Advertising-, Price Marks, etc.
Shon and office on Cass street : Pike Bros '
Royal Brand Flour
Manufactured by the
OREGON MILLING COMPANY
Is of Superior Quality, and Is Endorsed
by all who use It.
THE HOUSEKEEPER'S FAVORITE
Of Superior Rising Quality.
Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction.
WYATT & THOMPSON
Hole AxoHts for Astoria.
GO TO THE
Hair Dressing Saloon
Parker Hetxse, Mala St.,
Por a first-class Shave, scientific Hair-cut.
II. Da PAKE, Prep.
Furniture and Upholstering,
Mattresses Made and Repaired.
Paper Hanging, Carpets Sewed
Furniture Sold on Commission.
Shop, corner Main and Jefferson Streets
Wilson & Fisher
HEAVY AND SHELF
Paints, Oils, and Varnish.
Salem Homing Mills,
Portland Holler Km,
Capitol flour and
i FILL m WINTER
Having purchased extensively in Eastern and San Francisco
Markets, I am now prepared to show the Largest and Most Varied
Assortment of DRF GOODS and CLOTHING in the State of
Every Department is Complete!
Being one of the
Largest Buyers of Dry Ms i Clotli
In The North West,
Buying Direct From The Manufacturers and Importers,
Saving tho Extra Profits of Middlemen, We are enabled to
Give Our Customers the Benefit!
We Only Carry
FIRST CLASS GOODS!
And Onr Prices are Low.
WHOLESALE COUNTRY ORDERS
Speoially Attended to and Filled With Dispatch,
C J. COOPER'S
Wholesale and Retail Stores, Astoria, Oregon.
CITY BOOK STORE.
Fine Stationery, Blank Books, School Books and Supplies,
Musical Instruments, Sheet Music
All Publications Received
THE OREGON SHORT LINE.
11 TO 500 MILES THE SHORTEST; 12 TO 48 HOURS THE QUICKEST.
CHICAGO, BOSTON, NEW YORK,
And All Points East.
Bates 8.30 to $10.85 the Cheapest to
Council Bluffs, Omaha, Kansas City,
AND OTHER POINTS.
Pallmmn Faiare aa4 fcmlgraat Sleeping: Cars Iiaaled en Express
Tralas Exclaslvely without Change.
If yon are going east write for Hates. Maps, Time Tables, Guides and Full Information.
FHKE OF CHAKGE.
E. A. XOYES, W. I.. GABKETSOX.
Agent. Astoria. Asst. Agt., Astoria.
General Agent, No, 1, Washington street, Portland, Oregon.
MacDonalcl & Mcintosh
Are now Prepared to
Show a Large Assortment
Goods in Every Line!
Which will be Sold at
Lower Figures than at any Other House
IN THE CITY.
the Leading Clothing, Hat, and Gents' Finishing Store
New Dress Goods,
New FlanneIs,Etc, Etc.
and genera! variety of Novelties.
as Soon as Published.