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VUIl)AY....H...l!.r.DECEMBK 4. 1885
.1 SOVEL IDEA.
KuGAirmxo the election of a
resident of the senate next Mon
day, a Washington dispatch says
that the Republican senators, or
at least a number of their leaders,
have arrived at the conclusion that
for prudential; as well-as political
reasons, it would be wiser to elect
a Democrat than to bestow tne
honor upon one of their own num
ber. This idea is inspired by a
number of officers of the Grand
Army of the Republic of the Dis
trict of Columbia, and has been
put in the form of a circular ad
dressed to Republican senators.
It says the vacant chair in the sen
ate should be filled by one in ac
Notice of Final Settlement.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned lias filed her final account
as administratrix of the estate ol Isaac Fos
ter deceased, and that the first day ol the
next term ol the County Court of the state ol
Oregon for Clatsop county, namely Monday
Januarv 4th, 1886, at two o'clock r. m., has
been se't for the hearing thereof.
v-4t Administratrix of said Estate.
Notice of Application.
Astoria Wood Yard,
Near Trullinser's Mill.
HARD AND SOFT WOOD!
First Class Sawing Machine,
"We can furnish
Sawed Wood Very Reasonable!
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned Intends to apply to the
Common Council of the city of Astoria, at
- vtn- Mmilq mnatlnrr ffr 1 llOAllft TO Sell
wine, malt and spirituous liquors In less
quantities than one quart for a period or one
year.-In-thfroulldlng fronting on Chenamus.
ctwot- nrt cltnntri nn lot No. 8. DIOCK NO. 5o
in the city of Astoria as laid out and record
ed hy Jonn aicuiure.
HARRIS & WRIGHT.
We sell a CORD aad dellrer a CORIH
FRANK L. PARKER,
Andl.S.GRAGG, - - - Agents.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE
of Oregon, for Clatsop county : Chris
tian M. Hedlune, an insane person, by her
guardian, Charles Nelson,T)lalntlO,TS.Xoul3
VlTIIo nn.tnci.OrK1 Villa T1t1 THft.T. ElIS.
minors,' and Sophia W. Hoseman, defend
t , noma it thn otof a nf OrAcmn. to the
above named non-resident defendant. Os
car F. Ellis, Ida J. Ellis and Sophia W.
Hogeman : You and each of you are hereby
required to appear and answer the com
plaint of the above named, plaintiff, filed
against you In the above entitled court and
in, .ji... w suit, on or oeiore me ures uay ui iuc .
cord, politically, with Cleveland, tffi
, T- l.i: nnnfnrc in o.mti ancwarnlnlntlfl1 will nnnlV tO the COUrt
vw.., r j, m lunaay oi January, itwo, ul Wi nw
and asks Republican senators, in ffffSPSSlSS&
order to allay excitement and ap- Mjsnad tdg
prehension of danger to give the
office to a Democrat.
It is said that the originators of
this circular called upon Gen. Lo
gan and had a long interview up
on the tonic. Gen Lotfin is un
derstood to have been very favor
bly impressed with the logic
embodied in the address, and in
effect quite agreed therewith. He
oo;ri nmnnor niher thinrs. that
Senator Harris, or Senator Cock
rell would make a good presiding
officer, and under the present con
dition of affairs it might be well to
elect one of these gentlemen.
The address will probably be
made public to-day. One of the
main points urged in it is that if a
Republican should be presiding
officer of the senate and any fanat
ic or any lunatic should make an
effort to harm the president, the
Republican party would inevitably
have to bear the odium, and that
the interests of the country and
the ultimate good of the Repub
lican party unite in -demanding
the sacrifice of political feeling on
the part of Republican senators.
The defense of the dominion
o-overnment on the execution of
Riel is published in the shape of a
report to the privy council by the
minister of justice, Sir Alexander
Campbell, and reviews the whole
subject in an exhaustive manner,
rlpf.lsirino- that according to the
o " . I
authorities of the Roman Catholic
church in the northwest Riel was
not entitled to any mercy, his mo-
tives being purely mercenary, he
being willing at any time to se.ll
out his followers for a few thou
sand dollars. It says the question
as to his sanity is satisfactorily
settled. The report denounces
Riel for having raised the Indian
tribes of the northwest, and for
having been the direct cause of
the frightful massacre of a large
number of persons, including two
ant Louis Wilson holds all money received
,. him vtr tiia irttntnltritnr nf the estate
of William Ellis, deceased, as RuariUai' of
said Oscar if. anu iaao. iuus, u 3i- "
plaintiff, and lor an accounting iuau.
and the payment of such sum and its in
crease to plaintiff and for general relief:
You will take notice that this summons is
.Ull niu umm. iiunvv. "- . :i. V.J
published toy virtue or an oroer mu ,
ilOn. if. J. layiOr, JUUt ui aam vw. ...
chancers, October Sistaa.
wet Att'ys for Plaintiff.
For Mayor, J. 0. Trallinger
Councilman, 1st Ward,. .F. Sherman
Councilman, 2nd " .. J. H. D.Gray
Uhiet ot rouce v. ,aiuuki"c
Police Judge, John Hahn
Supt. olStreeta, Jno. mcuaau
n:-r- Ti-aaanrAr J. G. HUStlCr
City Attorney Geo.Nolsnd
City Surveyor, N.D. Baymond
City Assessor, Wm. Poole
Auditor and Clerk 0. W. Shively
Harbor Master Phil. Johnson
For Mayor C. W. FULTON
Councilman, 1st Ward. . . F. SHEKMAN
Councilman, na warn .,,,;
..........XiUlil. lyA-IVIfcU Iliai"
Ohlef of Police "W.J. BARRT
Supt of Streets.. ..W. P. McCROSKEY
& Attorney.:.:...-..O. C. FULTON
uuy ouryejr ui X . I mornu
Cltv Assessor v. xx. ox.""-
BOOTS and SHOES,
GroGeries Cheap for Cash!
Tea, Tea, Tea.
F. L. P.
H B. PARKER,
W. T. PARKER
Hay, Oats, ant straw, Lime, Bricfc, Cement, Sana anfl Plaster
Wood Delltered to Order. I)rjlnij. Teamlrn? aud Express Unnlaew.
IN THE CIKCC1T CX)URT OF THE STATE
otOrecon for Clatsop county.
Elizabeth CraTts plaintiff, vs, F. H. Crafts
w.v ""- m . ... Ma lljlLt J1.33C3Ufc.. ......... """-Tj;
" T.rt''17 7; , r rmtrnn - I TT rhnr Master FIUIj. JUItnSUfl
You are hereby required to appear and an
swer the complaint filed against you In the
above entitled suit In the above entitled
court on the first day of the next term ol
said court, to-wit : on Monday the 11th daj
ot January, a. jj. i&so, " " fi . ,.m
answer, for want thereof the plaintiff whl
apply to the court for the relief therelu de
manded, which Is in substance a decree dis
solving the bonds or matrimony between
plaint& and defendant, and awarding the
care, custody and control of Lottie Cralts
and Mvrtle Craf Li. minor issues ot said mar
riage, to this pla'' t, and for costs and dls
bumnents of this t. FCLT0SBB0
jr Attys. for rialntilT.
MKS. B. C. HOLUEN HAS A FEW KlUh
ly furnished rooms to rent at fire dol
lars per month and upward.and by the week
or night. Enquire corner Main and Jeffer
Having Consolidated My liusincss with tin
Astoria Furniture Co.,
1 now offer the 1 arrest and Most Coinploto Arnrtirent T
Fine and Plain Furniture, Bedding. Carpets, Oil Cloth.
Window Shades, Pictures, moulding, etc.,
At Portland Prices, and Invite a Call of Everybody in "Want of Goods in My
Lino, Guaranteeing Satisfaction in Every Respect.
,i j i mg i .' vya -"Jll---S? " " -. zjrfc -f-
JE!t .!t' :.n he Captain. ort
THE DELINQUENT 8CH00LTAX ROLL
of school district No. One Is In my
hands for collection. All parties Interested
will govern themselves accordingly.
Tax Collector Ex Officio.
LiLWiii ii !! iniwiiwnn'n
Office of ths Dkmocbatio County )
commitiee of clatsop coustt. j
THE COMMITTEE MET AT S P. 11. AND
the following resolution was adopted.
Whereas : Certain ltepubllcans of this
city have made the selection of city officers a
partv Issue : Now therefore in the absence
of other authority in the matter, w e the com
mittee recommend that the Democrats of
thb city and those iu sympathy with uimeet
in mass meeting at the court house onSatur-
for the purpose of nominating a full city
ticket to be Toted for at the coming city
CHAS. IL STOCKTON.
G. G. SMITH.
Count Committee, Clatsop County.
Astoria. Oregon. Dec 2nd, 1835.
QAQ AOBES OF TIMBER LAND IN
aOO Columbia county, Oregon. For
particulars Inquire ol n rztk .
Seaside, Clatsop Co., dr.
Two Large Stores Filled With
Ebp.n P. Paiker,Master.
For TOWING. FREIGHT ort'HAK
U. B. PAUH.EU.
RANGE CAN BE HAD IN AS
TORIA ONLY OF
B, B. MAWE9,
GA1J. AND EXAMINE If. YOU
WILL BK PLEASED.
K. K. HA WES Is also agent for the
M patent Mm Stove
And other first-class Stoves.
Farnaoa "Work. Steam Fit-
tinKs. etc.. a lUecialtT-
A rrrr.T. STOCK ALWAYSONHAND.
Why We Laugh!
IROSS' OPERA HOUSE!
NEXT SATURDAY EVENING.
GRAND CONTEST FOR A PIG!
Six Champion Skaters will Contest for
a pig. i-iie uaicner tu iuc 1 15
Takes the Prize.
Who do you bet on, the Skaters or the Pig?
Flae Music By the Band'
r-Better Come Than "Wish You Had."
TO PORTLAND AND RETURN
ON THE "TELEPHONE,"
SHUTE & CO.,
FINE IMPORTED CIGARS.
You can rely on getting a Good Cigar
CIGAR AND TOIACCO STORE,
Opposite D. L. Beck & Son's.
C. E. BAIN.
DOORS, WINDOWS, BRACKETS.
Mouldings, "Window Frames, etc.
A Full Supply of Material. Bids Furnished :
Contract Work a Specialty.
Mill and Office on the Old Site.
The resumption o work in the
iron mills in the east has been
followed by a gnupral strength
ening of the business situation
throughout the country. Nearly
all the cotton mills in the nuth
have resumed oponitwuH, with
the nrosnect of :i continuous
winter's work. VYIuti tin indus
tries areactive that turn out plows,
iron rails, nails, sheeting, .shirting,
calico, and like articles that go
intouniversal consumption, other
industries "will not lag far behind.
TnE king of Servia", descends
from au Trish family which em
igrated to the Danubian country
at the close of the Crorawellian
war. His name is Milan Obreno
vitch, an easy variant of the origi
nal form O'Brienovitch, also writ
ten O'Brien avick.
Nevada is talking of electing
Jas. G-. Blaine to the United
States senate this winter. The
Nevada people always were fond
of a joke.
Fon illegally cutting timber on
government lands, a man was last
week fined $50,000 at Jackson,
La. - .
v New Yerk: and Brooklyn are
talking of consolidating under the
name oi iuannattan.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCK
holders ol the Masonic Land and Build
ing Association ot Astoria, -will be held at
tne oiiice 01 i;apt. vjeorge r ia ei ua cuueo-
uay. uecemDer 10, iboo, at io u ciuub. r. w. -,
tut the purpose 01 electing uve aireciora ior
tlicianciiIn(Tvoi. onrl fnrttlA tmnaptinn of
such other uuslness as may properly come
Astoria. Novemher 13th. 1SS3.
Gliding, Banners, Oil Cloth Signs.
Fence Adrertliing:, Price Marks, etc
SJirm and office on Cass street : Tike Bros.'
All the Old Stock Removed to the Building
Formerly occupied dv rugers.
CARL ADLERl CRYSTAL PALACE!
GLASS. SILVER. GOLD, ALABASTER,
Works of Art, Bijouterie, Yertu.
A Complete Display of &orpons DeliaMI
You are SpeciaUy Invited to See the Exhibition. Bought
Low for Cash and Sold at the Slightest
Margin of Profit!
Carl Adler's Crystal Palace
Tin, Sheet Iron, ami Copper Wnre. A general assortment of Household Good-.
?rAGEE STOVES AND RANGES, TnE BEST IS TIIEMABKET.
Plumbing goods of all kinds on hand. Job work done In a workmanlike manner.
Plumbing, Cas Fitting and Cannery Work attended to promptly
On Reasonablo Term1?.
Cbenaaus Street, tfext to C. !E. Parker' Store. Astoria. Oregea.
Royal Brand Flour
Manufactured by the
OREGON MILLING COMPANY
A Slaughter in Dry Goods
IMMENSE SALES AT THE
Is of Superior1
Iuallty. and Is Endorsed
I who aso It.
GO TO THE
Hair Dressing Saloon
Parker House, Mala St.,
For a first-class Shave, scientific Hair-cut.
- and hygienic Shampoo, etc
manufacture all kinds ot hair work.
THE HOUSEKEEPER'S FAVORITE
Of SnperiorSblBg Quality.
Guarantees tt Give Satisfaction.
WYATT & THOMPSON
8Ie AreaU Hr Aaterla.
After September 1st I will be treparedto
ire au unas 01 iiair worK.
H. Da PARK, Prep
Furniture and Upholstering,
Mattresses Made and Eep&lred.
Paper' Hanging, Carpets Sewed
Furniture Sold on Commission.
Snor. corner Main and Jefferson StreeUJ
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
Ji will not be responsible lor the debts of
any person-wnarever naiess upon my own
written order. . ,
Astoria and Seaside
ED. JACKSOK, - Prajnietar.
Ibe'bcst Bread, Cakes and Pastry in the City
Ice Crease and Ornamental "Work
Manufacturer of Fine Candle.
Wilson & Fisher
HEAVY AND SHELF
Paints. Oils, and Varnish.
Salem Tlomrinr Mill,
Portland Roller Mill,
Capitol Flora and
CLOSING OUT OUR
Mi M of Dry oi Fancy Ms,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHUtS,
AND IN FACT EVERYTHING APPERTAINING IN THE
LADIES' LINE AT COST!
And Less than Cost. On Account of Discontinuing the
Above Lines I Shall also offer the
All Pmwliasfis 85.00 and Upwards. 5 per cent off.
All Purchases 20.00 and upwards, iu per cent uu.
Ladies Gall Early!
And Secure Such Bargains as Never Offered in Astoria Before.
This is a Bonafide Sale and No Sham, as we need our Space for othe r
Purposes and the Stock Must Be Closed Out before the 1st of
The New York Novelty Store!
We are now receiving one of
THE LARGEST AHD MOST COMPLETE STOCKS OF
HOLIDAY GOODS and NOVELTIES
Ever offered to tlie People of Astoria.
Come One! Come All!
The Public are Cordially iiivitetl to Call and Examine our Carefully Selected
Stoet, CoSprSlS krtidSfor Old and Voun? alike and within the reach of all.
Heretofore "We have Always
Led in Making Prices for Our Competitors,
And now We Propose to
Lead m iW wm mw.
As AnvthiiiR and Everything will be offered at Theltwwt
Possible JAriiisr Margin of ProMt.
Look Out for Our Grand Opening Next Saturday Evening t
NEW YORK NOVELTY STORE, . ,
Opposite the Parker House. Main Street, Aitoria, Oregon.
Mi Gilto ein
Sort Pits, Quits, Vattkis,
Pianos and Orjjnns of tlie Best
make at tlie lowest Prices.
The finest stock of Jewelry In Astoria.
r-All goods warranted as represented.
6USTAV HANSEN, JEWELER
Ntxt to Bank of Wm. T. Coleman,
T AM AUTHORIZED TO BUY COUNTY
1 0rdera' E.R.SEEDDES.
(Late Cutter with M.D. Kant.)
A Good Fit Guaranteed.
Pants, from ?8 up. Suits from $30 up.
Shop opposite Bozorth 8s Johns.