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VOL. XXY, NO. 4.
ASTORIA, OREGOA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY f, 1886.
PRICE. EIYE CENTS.
A - -- -
C. R. TnOVSOS, . F- COOVKST.
THOUXSOX & COOVERT.
Attorneys at Law and If otariea Public.
Special attention given to collection and
Office Rooms ami 5. oe. City Book
Architect and Civil Engineer.
Office Itoom :. Kuights of I'ythlns
T"Kw. A 1. and J. A. KI'LTOX.
Physicians :mI Surgeons.
Will give promt attention to all calls,
fiom any part or the city or country.
Onice over Allen's Store, corner Cass anil
-iuemoqua streets, Astoria, Oregon.
Telephone No. 41.
Office. EoomG, over D. A. Mcintosh s slore
office Hocks :-9 to 11 a. m. ;-3 to c p.m.
Residence, opposite the Johnnsen building j
TR. O. B. ESTES.
PHYSICIAN AND M'KGEON.
Ofkick : Gem Building, up stairs. Astoria,
OFFICE Iff ODD FELLOW'S BUILDING,
Slorning Hours, 9 to 11.
Afternoon Hours. 2 to 4.
Evening Hours, 7 to 8 30 :
At all other times enquire at his rooms
over Goodman's Boot aua shoe store.
GEO. A. DOKIUH. OKO. XOLAXP
KOFA3D & DORKIS.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office, in Kinney's UlocU. pposite Cit
Hull, Astoria, Oregon.
W. FULTOK. C FULTON.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Rooms 5 and C. Odd Fellows Building.
f KI.O P. PAKttr.K
SURVEYOR OF CLATSOP COUNTY
Ex-City Surveyor of Astoria
Office :-N. E. corner Cass and A stor streets.
Room No. 8 Up Main.
T . A. BOWM5Y.
ttorory and Count-Hor :t Law,
. Mice on Chenamus Street, Astoria, Oregon.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms No. 11 and 12, Pj thlaa Castle Build
ing. M T! 'rri.s:. -J. .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGKO.N
ttrh ick Rooms 1.2. and 3. rylliiau Build
Ue.sidk.nck On Cedar Street, hack oJ
-t. JInry's Hospital.
Rooms in Allen's Building, up -tail. or
i er Cass and Squemoijua Mreets Astoria
T tt. spi:ii)kx.
Scnrcherof Titles. Abtrccte' mitt
Offlce on Cass Street. 3 doors south of As
turian offlce, Astorli, Oregon.
AHEAD OF ALL COMPETITORS!
Manufactured by the Full Roller rrocess,
Salem (Or.) Capitol Flour Mills Co.,
Tho only flour that has taken First Prize
three years In succession at the
PORT&AXD MECHANIC'S FAIK.
Also at State Fair.
One trial is sufllclcnt to convince of Its supe
riority. S8 that the word CAFITOL is on each sack
GEORGE SHIEL. 8 Stark St.,
WILSON & FISHER. Astoria Agents.
mg to Sell?
IN TJIS IATTEK 01'
RagS, BotCieS, Old Rffetal,
or Junk of Any Sort,
rnADU ? qhwep
r llAiili & u i (jiitju
Will iiive you the bit jHce rr it.
Do You Want to Buy .
From a Belaying Pin to a Hawser, from
Block to au Anchor.
You Can Get what You Want
at F0AED &ST0KES.
mulers at buUdkur. .e'aK ei.d
1 Jim JSig&ss&Z:
'" BHa StS SM
I I hllli NEURALGIA,
fiaclcacbe. IToadncI-c, Tootltaelip,
:praic?, Eruies, etc., etc.
I'rlcc, Fifty Ccsb. AtDrupglsljrindJJcakrs.
THE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO., So!e P.-sp
BaLTUIOEE, iU2TiJl-,-I, U. 8. A.
I ii in id i in i r
From these sources arise thi-cc-iourthc
symptoms indicate th'.r existence.
Jjosi of Appetite, Botvc! costive,
hide ircadache, lullttc.s n.tcr cat
in, aversion to cscrlion cfljoily r.r
nil nil, E nictation of food, Irritnliil
ity of temper, XiOtvcpirXts, A fee lint
before the eves, liiclily colorcil
tlo use of a remedy that ac ts directly on
the Liver. A3 a Liver inert icineTDTT'S
11 LLS have no ciual. liciructlonon
tho Kidneys and Stm is also prompt;
removing all impuiitics tluonph theso
threo ' scavenpera of tho sisteni,"
producing appetite, sound digestion,
rcsulJ-r stools, a clear skin find a vig
oi oua body. TCTT'S VI L. LS cause no
nausea ot griping nor interlero with
daily vork and arc a perfect
AHTIDOTE. TO MALARIA.
bold every wiicrrCsj. IMb-sil JinTna.N Y,
TUTTSS 1S1I N
9 0 0 ' Hcwtrubb- k& U Em a
GitATHAiu m Y7IX1MCCR3 changed in
stantJy to a Gi:SV Iluk by a single
applieationof i'.ls Di:. bold by Drue
Qsta.or sent by xpross on receipt ot $L
Onice, 44 Murrav Street. New Vorlr.
I7I73 1H1,TJLL C? riIDIi SIC2223 r23
1? 3 use wnac us name impiu. ; s
Purely Vegetable' CcTOpound, thai
acts directly upon the lyer ; curing
the many diseases iicidenp:o that im.
portant organ, and pvpnting the nu
nierous ailments tKM arise from its
deranged or iorarVction, such as
Dyspepsi nsyiGice, Biliousness;
Rheuroanmcta It is therefore z
aisrmtha "To have GoodHealtt
:he Liver must "be hept in order."
DE. SAKIOED'3 IIVTE IHVIGCEATOIt.
rnvlsjorates tlieLivcr, I?crulatcstbeEow
si'. Strengthens tho Sjstera, Purifies llic
Bloo-J. Assi3t3Dostion, Prcvenlsrcvcrs.
fa a Ilouscliohf lcetL Aa Invaluable
ram:ly3Iedicin2 for common, complaipl
DX BASTOEFS LTvTB IUvIG0E5.TGiL
An experience cf Fjrty years, and Tn.u
sandarf Testimonials prove ite 2Jcr:l.
for s vu: r.Y alt. dealers ik medicines
For fnll mfomnTion Knd yonr addrcs.? for IW
Roel: on tbo "L'vrr nad its Cics?,'' tc
uNronD DAu st.
;-V TOiS CI12?
MTJILBAY & CO.,
And Dealers in
Special Attention Clvento Filling
A FULL LINE CARRSED
And Supples furnished at Sails-
. lactory iciins
Irurchaes delivered in any part of the cit.
! office and Wareiou5e
inni"ne"s2few cuiwius u wair sueeL
P O Ttnr IM ToloDhonc Xo. 37.
nlui n MtrM..UPIn
i nSlBl Cures
Fence Advertising, Price Marks, etc
j 0. LANE,
Shop and office on Cass street : Pike Bros.'
I old stand.
Iiife Preserved under Most Aston
Experiments made in the past
have generally demonstrated, what is
really the common-sense view, that
the frog cannot live for any pro
tracted period without air. Yet
there cannot be the least doubt of
irogs having been found alive under
the most astonishing circumstances.
In the center of rocks, generally
sandstone, and in the hearts of trees,
iney uave trequcntiy Deen discov
ered. Ambrose Pare, chief surgeon
to Henry III. of France, relates a
' At ll?s Rt?lf noflr thc villas o Meu
idon h.e wa,s overlooking a quarry-
man t iiuni uu uuu uiupiut:u iu uicun.
some hard and large stones. In the
middle of one they discovered a
"huge toad," full o'f life, although
there was no visible aperture by
which it could get through. Ou May
21, 1793, a mason named Georco
Wilson, who engaged in building "a
stone wall, came across a toad which,
out of sheer wantonness, he im
mured in the wall. Sixteen years
afterward, in 1809, it was found still
! alive. At Windsor, in 1790, a live
frog was dug up from a depth of nine
feet below the surface. At Castle
ton, in 1799, many frogs were found
from five to six feet below the sur
face, anparentlv dead, but when e
jpo3cd to tho air they soon showed
signs of animation, and became
active and healthy. In 17S8 some
laborers in dicsinc a well some
twenty-five to thirty feet in depth
threw' out what appeared to be stono3
covered with earth. These, how
ever, appeared to be frogs, and
were so numerous that many of them
were cut through with spades. Be
ing exposed to the air they soon re
vived, but could not survive tho di
rect rays of the sun. A writer who
witnessed this discovery considers
they must have been covered up
"many hundreds of years."
Early in 18G2 a man in Tyr Nicho
las Colliery, Cwm Tylery,near New
port, found in thc nine-inch bed of
coal a live frog. The hole it was
found in was not more than three
and a half inches in diameter. There
was a slight hollow over the coat
where it was found, and the frog
when released commenced moving
about, but seemed larger and more
lively next day. This was two hun
dred yards below the surface. In
1731 a" toad was found in the heart of
an old oak at Nantz, without any vis
ible entrance to its habitation. Near
Caen, in an elm at about four feet
above thc earlh and exactlv in the
center of thc tree, a live toad of mid
dle size, hut lean, was discovered.
When an opening was made it "scut
tled away hastily." This tree is
also said to have been firm and
sound, home twenty years ago, in
course of the excavations that were
made in connection with the "Har
tlepool Water-works, the workmen
found a toad imbedded in a block of
magnesian limestone at the depth of
twenty-five feet from the surface.
The toad's eye shone with unusual
brilliancy, and it was full of vivacity
on its liberation. The creature con
tinued for some time in the possession
of Mr. Spence Horner, the President
of the Natural History Society, and
for a long period was in as lively a
state as when found. Similar in
stances might be quoted as having
occurred atSelksworth, near Sunder
land, at Kilmarnock, at some quar
ries near Cheltenham, and in other
places. Only threo. years ago thero
was published a well-authenticated
instance of a frog having been dis
covered in the root of an oak tree
at least two hundred years old near
Balham, Surrey. Chambers' Jour
nal. ScoffS Kmnlsiou at Pure
(o.1 I.!cr OH Milli Ilypophoipliitcs.
Its Orcal Value in Children's Dls,
cases. i Jr. I. u. ukandai., an'iuni;.
UNsavs:'! have ued bcotts inmi-
sion witli vi'rv satisfactory results es
pecially with children. It.is doubtless
the best combination of Cod Liver Oil.
lie ssw her once, and Cnpid'a shift
Straight to hii heart found passage;
But, ah! what pain was his when she
At breakfast ordered "sassa;e.M
Tho National Complaint.
Dysrepsla is the national complaint. Al
most every other m.m or woman you meet
has it. and the resu't Is that tho number of
pseudo-rcmediesforit is as numerous as Pha
raoh's host. They arc for the most part worth
less. There Is. however, a s?archiug cradi
cant of this distressing and obdurate malady,
one whose genuine merits long since raised
it to a foremost place among the staple mtd
tclncsof Amerlci. Hostctter'.sStomach Bit
teis extirpates djspepsla nith greater cer
tainty and promptitude than any known
remedy, and is a most genial Invigorant, ap
petizer and aid to. secretion. These are not
impty assertions, as thousands of our coun
trymen and women who have experienced
Its effects are aware, but are backed up by
irrerra:nible proofs itpeatedly laid before
the public The Bitters also promote a reg
ular habit of body and give a uealthful stim
ulus to the ur.nary organs.
Is Ibere any glue or anything that
will keep tho wild waves from break
ing, or thc magnificent mountain
scenery from bursting on one's viow?
Little Jack Horner sat in a comer,
With toothache so bad ho did cry,
St Jacob3 Oil was put
On lh tooth, nt its roo
Anile Ba'd, now a well boy am 1
Shiloh's Catarrh Kemedy a posi
tive cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and
Canker Mouth. Sold by W.E.Demfent,
Bitter or bad taste in mouth ;
tongue coated white or
covered with a brown fur: pain in thc back. side.
or joints often mistaken for Rheumatism ; sour j
stemach: loss of appetite: sometimes nausta i
and waterbrasb, or indigestion; flatUency and'
acid cruclauens: boels alternately costie and .
lax; headacho ; lo of memory, with a painful J
xnwwa ui uiii iiim w uu wmui hiui
ousht to have been done; debiUty; low spirits;
a thick, ycUotv appearance of thc skin and eyes;
a dry cough; fever; restlessness; the urine Is scanty
and'high colored, and, if allow ed to stand, deposits
HUMS LIU REGULfiTQR
Is ccnerallv used in the South to arouse
Torpid Liver to a healthy action.
It acts ivltli extraordinary offlcacy on the
and tsuvyc-r-s. i
At EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FCrt j
Sick Ileadnche, Jaundice,
Mental Depression, Bowel Complaint",
Etc., Etc., Ctc.
EnJorsed by the use of 1 Millions of Bottles, as
THE BEST FAMILY MEDICINE
Fcr Children, for Adults, and for the Aged.
SAFE TO TAKE IH ANY CONDITION OF THE SYSTEill
J. H.ZESLBN & CO.,
sole FRorsirroas, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Tha Best is the fept!
WYATT & THOMPSON
Are on Deck with au Immenso Slock of
STAPLE- FANCY GROCERIES,
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
A Large Assortment of the Celebrate!
LOS GATOS GAEQ FRUIT,
Which ha no Equal in tli- Wc.ihl.
Tabic Peaches, Bartictt Pears.
Apricots, Black Berri s.
Egg Plums, etc.,
Wiixslow's Corn. 15c per can. i'o
niarces, 10c. Piesh Honey in
Comb and Extracted
S) turns Kics, Ilickorj uM, etc., etc.
At I lit Verv Lnrtt Cash Print!
'2V) 1M.OT.S A.l all orsiciLs oo.
A in eilhirof the W.T. P.oar.t ot Pilot eom-
mls iouoisiorthcCounit.lu itver audrlbir
. III If hi-hl at llwnco. January seventh i7:h)
at lu v.Vh.'K .m. ah persons navmj; dui-
nev t j tmiisu t null tne r.oartf a respect
futU lffi'iestwl lo ntteud. Ity order ot
J. I SI OUT.
Attest: V. A. l!eed.."ieer.-tar.
Stockholdsrs Wee ing.
STOCKlIOLD'rRV MF.KTINO UK THE
Brifth-Aitit riil'kg Co..Sseen i lllwr.
. (. mil ho held at thc ofllet- of it Voiin.
Upiht Asturia. Ongon. on the lPth day f
.laiiu.ii . l?sc, at y a.m. for the put poe of
elertlnp a Hoard of Diretors for the ensuing
year, and rmnact any other Imbues as
might lawfullv come hefo e the meeting.
Hated this 2nd day of January, US , b$ the
order of the President.
Stockhold rs Meeting.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEEnXO ()!' THE
llritih America Vki. Co , Prascr Kiver,
11. C. Said meeting w ill he held at the olllce
of 15. Younz. Upper Astoila, Oregon, the
1Mb dav of January, 1&1, at 4 i- 31.. lor the
niirnoxc nf o I'CliiiL' :i i'.d.-irit of DircetO'S for
the ensuim: ear. ami tran-act any other
bus nes as might lawfully come before thc
Dated this 2nd day of Janua-y.lSSi.bj the
order ot tlie rnNiuent.
Notice to the Public.
OWING TO THE KES1GNATION OF
ouraent. Mr. Samuel Elnioie.we have
nunnmtcd Mi. W. It. Townseud our attor
ney In fact and agent at our Astoria agency.
for whom we ask tne Ktnu courtesies anu
consideration extended to our old agent,
AVM. T. COLEMAN & CO.
San Francisco, Dec 2tth, 1S63.
BOOTS AND SaOES!
Of Best Quality, and nt
SIGH OF THEJOLDEH SHOE.
Notice of Dissolution.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
nartnershln heretofoie exis lug be
tween Lem Num. Lem Done-. Lcm Toy Fan
and Joe uuan, under the firm name and stjlc
ot Kong wing company, as pawnbrokers,
inthecltvofAtoila. Is this day dissolved
bv mutual consent. Joe Ou m and I:in Kny
Fan retlrlnc: the hu ines will continue
under the firm name of IvongW ing company,
Astoria, January 2ud, 1SC,
1THE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO
notify the public that I havo purchased
the buslnos Inten-st or Ah Jim in the vege
table garden situatcj near Smith's i'olnt on
the property leased fom Col. Taylor, Ah
Jim Having no more interest in me g-iruen
HONG SING YEUN.
WHERRY & COBIPANY,
Krftsli and Cured 3Itiits,
Vo getaiblo js ,
rTviii-rr nji-r-rr-r j mrr
r IlUl I O. QU 5 1 llnf Ciltu r.UUv.
OJM'OMn. ( f U!h.T ri'iTI !
S Strct-u Arttoriii. -
32al:j Mrort, - t:t'ii.t, Utrson.
j i:K5i3iANiV e.i'ar.rttiFTu: '
REsrEcrruLiA call thi: atiin
lion of the piddle to the fer: that :
above Market wll' ahv lv -milled vi:i
h:ll VAimriY and hist q;au
FRESH iS'D CURED P.1EAT
Which will l- sold at Inn est rates, u bote
JSSpfChil attention Riven to sinj!yr
When You Want
Oysters, Clams, Crabs, Fish,
Epks Mutter of thc beat quality : when you
want Chickens, bucks, Came of :i:i Kind-:,
and want them fresh and uood. cull on C. K.
Kffdatthe Unl-n Market on W.iter street.
Vegetables of all kinds constantly on hand.
I warrant everything sold ftesh and cf the
o. if. :o.353:ei:o,
rroprietnr, Union Market.
B. B, Pianklin,
mm aoo uaoiaet
KXr 1 THE STOItIAN 1IUII.OINO.
S3SAII nor'-c done in a skillful manner on
liort notice at reasonable nitcs.
Will be allowed
On Time Deposits.
Or. ft ou all the leading Cities.
Wm. T. Coleman & Co..
w. it. Tuw.sr..v.
KEEP WMM !
IH PEIGE OF COAL!
Hamilton Scotch Splint, per ton
eattle. Clean, per ton
Seattle, Average, ptr ton
Seattle, crcentngs. per ton
Cumberland, per ton
.... 6 00
.... 4 00
OREGON IMPROVEMENT CO,,
E. A. XO'ES.
Astoila, January 1, 1SS5.
HOLT BROS. Proprietors. '
Scroll nndTnrncd Balnstrades,
BOAT MATERIAL, ETC.,
Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended to.
A3 to Style, Quality and Prices.
1111 and Office cor. Polk and Concomly Sts
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE TO ALL
witom it may concern that I have rent
ed all of the second story (excet t the back
pan. in which I live) of my bnlldmg on the
east $4 of lot 7 block 9. for China restaurant
mimoses. tosether with all the partitions.
lurniture. utensils and tools used In carrying
on sa a restaurant ousincss ; ana puriies in
terested will take notice that all of said nar
titions, furniture, utensils mid tools in usr- in
said secoud story of my building belong to me.
I hIso rent the lower story of the same
HAVE NO EQUAL!
W iyW fSSs j?r jP
ZV HOUSEFOUHDED. 178-.-. ' j? JS
GRAND PRIZE. PARIS 1878.
THEY UAVE BEEiY AWARDED
AT THE VARIOUS
THAN THE GOODS
Quality can Always be Depended on !
Exprieieil Fifciei Use i Other !
5 1 7 and 5 1 9 Market Street,
Seine Twines, Hope and
A FUIili STOCK
The Telephone Saloon.
The Finest Establishment of
the Kind in Astoria.
Especially fitted up for tho Comfort nnd
Convenience of those who enjoy a
Social Gla s.
The Best or Wines and Liquors,
The Choicest Clears.
Everything New and First-Class.
K. I,. JEFFREY. 1rop'r.
tf&aev 't.- -ai:nf5 - -"; p
fB5fHlit lH l JlFt rCfTT'fi iJ
1 ' ll I III I . I
Colniia TransDortation Cm
Through" Freight on Fast Time !
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.
Keturnlng leaves Portland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at ? P. M.
BTAn additional trio will be made on Sunday of Each WceK, leaving PqrUau d
! at 9 O'clock Snuday jlerulng.
for Sound ports.
OF ANY OTHElt
Netting Constantly on Hand.
RANGE CAN BE nAD IN AS
TORIA ONLY OF
Hi & b. mwm3
CALL AND EXA2IINK I!. VOL'
IC R. IIAWES Is also agent for the
Bid pteM CooMdi Stove
And other first-class Stoves.
Furnaco TSTorlz. Steam -Fit
tings, etc., n. Bpooialty.
ALWAYS ON HAND.
O. It. & N. CO.
Tickets to Portland and Return
For $2 50.
Good on any of the Company's boats
E. A. NOYES,
Astoria, Nov. 23th, 1E55.
Passengers bj tbb route connect as juuuoa
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