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VOL. XXV, NO. 7.
ASTORIA, OREGON, SATURDAY
PRICE. FIVE CENTS.
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, JAIN LAKY L, 1880.
C. B. TBOMSOJf, E. E. COOVFRT.
THOMSON & COOVEKT,
Attorneys at Law and ITotaries Public.
Special attention given to collections and
Office Itooins 4 and 3, ovor City Bool;
r j. MVitrix. c.k..
Architect and Civil Engineer.
Ofuce-ltooai C. Knights or PjtUlas
"Vl-(. A. 1 and .1. A. KSj'iroA.
Plij-hlclans and Siirscous.
Will cive promnt attention to all calls,
irom any part of the city or country.
Office over Allen's More, corner Cav and
Hijuemoqua -treets, A&turu, On con.
Telephone o. 41.
PhylplBu and Surerou.
Office, RoomO, over D. A. Mcintosh s store.
Office Houns : o to ll a. m. ; 3 to 5 1. m.
Residence, opposite the Johnnsen building
PHYSICLAN" AND SURGEON.
Office; Gem Building, up stairs, Astoria,
TK. AliKKBD KIXSEY.
OFFICE IN ODD FELLOW'S BUILDING,
Horning Hours, 9 to 11.
Afternoon Houis. 2 to 4.
Evening Hours, 7 to 8 3d ;
At all other times enquire at hi rooms
over Goodman's Bout aiid shoe stoie.
1B. A. DOUUI8, GEO. KO.M
ROLAND fc BOBKIS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office in Kinney's Block. pposlte Cltj
flail. Astoria, Oregon.
, XT. FtTLTOX. ' O. 0. rtJTO.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
'Rom5and 6. Odd Fellows Building.
f KLO F. PAKKUK
SURVEYOR OF CLATSOP COUNTY
Er-Clty Surveyor of Astoria
Office :-N. E. corner Ciss and A stor streets,
tooni'o.8 Up -talrn.
r . A. BOIVLBY.
attorney and Couuf-eltor itt Liaw,
Office on Chenamus Street, Astoria, Oregon
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms No. U and 1. Pythlau C-stle Build
in. I . TLTTSjI- Jl. IK
PHYSICIAN AND SURGhON
Office Rooms 1. 2, aud 3. Pjthlan Buil.l
Rksidkkck On Cedar Street, back ol
nt. Mary's Hospital.
Xj A. 8IIAW.
Rooms in Allen's Building, np stairs, cor
ner Cass and Squemoqua streets. Astoria
O it. SPEDDK,
aenrcherof Titles. Abstracter ami
Office on Cass Street. 3 doors south of As
.orl&n office, Astori , Oregon.
AHEAD OF ALL COXPETITORS!
Manufactured by the Full Roller rrooess,
Salem (Or.) Capitol Flour Mills Co.,
The only flour that has taken First Prize
three ears in succelou at the
PORTLA.VD 3IECHAXICS FAIIC.
Also at State Fair.
One trial Is sufficient to convince of Its supe
riority. -See that the word CAPITOL la on each sack
GEORGE SHIEL. 8 Stark St..
-. Port'and Agent.
WILSON & FISHER. Astoria Agents.
AnytUng to Sell?
IN Tij MATTER OF
Rags, littles, Old Metal,
or Junk of Any Sort,
MM k STOKES
SVl give you the beat price lor It.
Oo You Want to Buy
From a Belaying Piu to a Hauler: from
Block to an Anchor.
You Can Get what You Want
&tJgOJ&D & STOKES,
Headquarters t"tulldyr, est ecd
TRADE $j vlwC
Free from 0pitr3, rr.2ics nti Po:sc-i '
SAFE. rv yn
sure. 2gf Ot&j
PROMPT w & j
AT DKCGCI'""T AMI D!.r!.. J
ME CHARLES A. V0GELEF1 C0..BAL1 iaOR. -v
1? just what its name imp!.-
Purely Vegetable Compound, thai
acts directly upon the Kverj curing
the many diseases incidenpo that im.
portant organ, and patenting the rm
merous ailmsnts tKhyarise from it:
deranged or iDnction, such as
Dyspepsia Jajtfndicc, Biliousness.
Rheumanyetc. It is therefore a
TknMikr4'To have Good Heal:!
:he Liver must be kept in order."
DB. SAHTOaD'S LIVZE IITvlGCnATCIl
Inviiorates the Liver, Ec-r.laScs the Bow
el. Strcnqthers the S.vstrm, Purifies ll.'
BIooil . Assists D'rstinn, Prevents Tcvt : s.
fs a IIouselinld'Kccd. An InvaluaV
I'jimlly Icdicinc for enmmna coiapl-tu"-C,
B-mOED'S IT7ZE T77ZCCZLZZZ.
An experience rf Frtrj years, and Ti'i
lands'rf Testimonials prove Us ilait.
fo p u.F. nr alt. 2rAT.Ert3 ix MD:cirir
Fr f!l mfonn-'Mon mv! yonr a(!drp3 frr 1C
t,j rolc pi ':e " I.'t r ri 1 Ps d -." t
' flI.FOEI ) OUA.N- ST.. K-W TO QSZT
MUBIIAT & C0SJ
Ami Dealers In
Special Attention Civen to Filling
A FULL LIKE CARRIED
And SuppVs fumNtiCii at SjUi-fotuiyTeiMi-1
rurchases dellrcrcd In any part of tlir eitj.
Office and Warehouse
In niuns's New liuildiu4 oi Water Mnet
P. O. Hox 153. Te f phone Ko S7.
HOLT BROS Proprietors.
Scroll and Turned Cihislnules,
BOAT MATERIAL, ETC.,
Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended to.
As to Style, Quality and l'rics.
Mill aud Office cor. I'ollj and Cone inly Sta
AtldrcsM IIUC.T BROS.
CIRCUIT COUltr. CLYTS01 COtXTY
Mary l'.dveimach r, plaintiff, vs. Rudolph
Pulveim ichor, Urfe ulaut.
To Ku.loplt l'ulveriuacher the above
nain d ficfendan : In t r n tine of'ti.e a ut-
of Oregon; You are heieny command utoap
pt-ar Hinl :iu-wr tile ompU.tu tiled an Iust
jou In the above tuiltlct su t on or be Me!
the n st day t f the m i leul.ir term of tin
Clrr it Coisrt fr Clat-op count. Ore on,
which s id (list day of th i.iid tt-rm Is m
Mmuluy, Jauuary the nth. lb&j : u.d If u
fall s i to ap.ifar ami :in-ner, h piaiiitilt
wlllapplj to Hip court for tho relief 'e and
ed In sai.i comulatnt. to wi : th ti tli- b ni!s
pfuatrim nyue euf ir- and now cxMIh
bi-tween you and plain iff to dLs ilvcd ; for
tho ci e, custody a d cm ml i the minor
child, and for the t sts and dl-buriemnts of
suit TUN summons N arrved upon ou
publication therrof. Uv an order miidf h'v .
lue.VL- Taylor, ludge if said comt.
on the 18th day of Oct .her, lsss
K D. WINTON,
sa- ' Attorney for Plaintiff.
1Si 5 &5SL' j .iw tf-5 3 v &- i
Ex-Rev. G. C. 31iln lectures oa
His Profession at Denver.
Let me say that all I don't know
about acttnjfnnd all I do know about
managinj; has been acquired in tho
short period of three years. It is
just three years on the 16th of noxt
month since I first donned the sables
of "Hamlet" and trod the boards as
an actor. In those three years I
have lived a century !
I have learned more of the exquis
ite charms and graces of our com
mon human nature, more of the ro
liabilit3' and absolute probity of all
persons connected with the so-called
"show business," and more of tho
personal appearance of sheriffs' offi
cers and constables than I should
otherwise have learned during an
ordinary mortal career. The stage
is a great educator. It quickens,
the intellect, sharpens the senses,
and adds to the legal acumen of
the mind. Any man who can serve
a year as a play actor and not know
on sigjit the difference between a
"urnishce summons" and a "writ
of attachment," between a constable
who means business and one who
is fishing for fun, is, in the language
of the sidewalk, "no good."
The iiist thing necessary to mako
a plav actor is not genius, "talent, in
tellect, industry, or earnest attention!
Oil, no! The first essential thing is a
manager! Tho beginning and thp
end of an actor's creed is this : "With
all thy gettings get a manager! Givo
me a manager or give me death!"
This is tho one cry, the one sine qua
non of our draft. A manager will
supplement all deficiencies. If God
has made one short a manager can
make one tall. If endowed"vith a
voice whose dissonance would shame
a saw-mill, the true manager will
make it soft as a lute, harmonious as
the music of the heavenly spheres !
If one has hitherto limped through
life with but a modest endowment of
brains, under the manipulation of a
killful manager he is transformed
into an intellectual giant, and strides
p-oudly along in company with Mil
ton, Byron, Goethe, and Shake
ppeare, upon whom lie sheds new
luster by his "phenomenal" and
marvelous ability. Rot!
Well, I chose a manager. He said
I was a marvel, a trancendant
genius, a revelation from the skies,
and in three short months lie left me
What I don't know about acting
might fill a large library. But in the
firtt two years I have" learned that
there was more.rot palmed off on tho
public by so-called managers than I
had before had any idea of. Mana
gers are in the main to be classified as
follews: First, those who recommend
les; and, second, those who recom
mend brains. A continent of space
separates these two classes. Tht
difference lies between ideas and
adipose tissue, or between sawdust
and intellect. The public that is
after the former is not apt to ap
preciate the latter. Ergo, a man
may be a tiemendous success in
recommending legs and know very
little about brains. I know a man
ager of this kind who was called on
to manage a youne actor. For the
first time in his life, probably, he
was engaged in a respectable busi
ness. He had before this been em
ployed in managing a low down
varietv, something, I believe, of tho
Adamless Eden order, of which, I
believe, you knowsomething in Den
ver. Ho then had a habit of saying
about his star or the company, "If
she goes at all she'll go big." It is
fcad to relate, but it is nevertheless
true, that she didn't go at all. You
&ee lie was working on tho wrong
end of the gun. It shot himself, but
it didn't strike the public.
There has been too much of this
idea that it is wise to humbug tho
public. Mr. Barnum once said, you
remember, that the public love3 to
be humbugged. This may in a cer
tain sense be true. The public may
like such humbugs as Sir. Barnum
has sometimes given them. An
original, bonafido. patent humbug
may once in a while please the pub
lic, but I hold that it is a lie that tho
intelligent, sensible people like
downright fraud and humbug. I
hold that it is a lie to advertise goods
for sale which you can't deliver. I
remember of a case in Michigan of a
manager who had picked up" a poor
creature named Lillian. I forget
what her other name was. Lillian
is a very pretty name, but I fear that
the woman who bore it was neither
very pretty or very talented. How
ever, the town was soon ablaze with
illuminated show bills which bore
this anneuncement: "Nature made
but one such a woman and broke the
die in forming Lillian." But the
public seemed to think that Natuio
should have broken the die before
It is a lie to say that the ordinary
is phenomenal. It is a lie to say
tnat an actor witn but limited expe
rience is an intellectual giant. 3Iiy
God deliver me from all such un
mitigated and stupid effrontery in
the future. The public wants to be
treated honestly at the playhouse as
in the bank or the counting-room.
My aim as a player is to improve in
my work from "year to year and to
establish a reputation as a painstak
ing, if not. a great actor, which, of
course, I hope to become some day.
A man of mark ft marquis.-Bos
Familiarity and Fatality.
, " I don't want to go next," said a
broker. "I don't care about being
handled by the spoiled barber."
" What do you mean ? Who Ls tho
j spoiled barber, and how can a bar
ber oe spoiled?"
"See that there 'fellow with the
lean hand and hatchet face?
That is the spoiled barber. He is
a good shaver no better; but his
customers have utterly spoiled him
by listening to his yarns and tolerat
ing his days. Now watch him strop
that razor. He starts off briskly
enough ha! there comes the first
halt. He can't go on now until that
barber in the next chair answers
some infernally ridiculous conun
drum that he has propounded, and
meanwhile the lather is drying hard
on the poor wretch's face, who af
fects to be amused at his tormentor.
He has started at hist one side of
the face is half shaved he s getting
on fast ho! another halt. Now ho
hails 'Jakey ' some friend of his of
course and won't shave another
inch until Jakey informs him how
he enjoyed that "picnic last Sunday.
Keep your eye on him, he has the
customer by the nose again, and is
getting over the other side of his
iace; Jakey asks him a question.
Down goss the razor and he digs
into his pockets for that photograph
that .lakey must see. He has forgot
ten his miserable patient altogether
he goes at iiiin again. Jakey has
said something to offend him," and
tho patient must suffer. See how he
rasps him till the unfortunate quiv
ers. Theie, he has fetched him with
that dab of soap in the eye. The
man swears, the spell is broken, and
the rest of the shave will be decently
" How was he spoiled?"
" Familiarity, sir, too much famil
iarity. He used to be a moat atten
tive workman, but his customers
petted and encouraged him to gabble
about all sorts of things. He is now
convinced that he is superior to any
man in this country. I would not
be in his hands for $50 at the time
any woman should enter this shop
on business. In his anxiety to pose
and make her fall de id in love with
him at once, he would probably cut
ray throat. Here's my man, this
heavy old chap with the fat jow.s.
He'll shave me quickly and never
speak a word. He never opens his
mouth, and the other workmen say
that his mind is always running on
what ho will have for dinner, so that
he cannot spare a second from that
important consideration, which is a
fortunate thing for his patrons."
To tr.ot siibji'ct to the vexations of
lu-ini". hfi dsp-pMa ami a feel ng oi
If il't, fiftfiitut-'v ami de!i"iideney.
we aj. taki biiniuoii Livi r lti-gulator
i'lii-ifim-dy K iiii('iu:illcil in the cure
f pile . oii-tip:itinu, bad lri-aIif icl.
'ic.iilai! ami uilioiw complaints. Tin
Kt'giihiiur is five from anv "njiiriou
minrnil s bsiniicc; not dUngui'.dile:
can be taki-n at :iu t-inc- without inter
U'iin with lniiiirs or p!came. It L
4i'iitle,afe. and a good dige&tor.
Nervous old lady boards a train;
when about to seat herself, discovers
a iiorrid man with a gun in the car.
"I hope that thing is not loided."
Frolicsome Sportsman " Yes,
ma'am; it is. However, I will in
sert this cork in the muzzle. There !
Quite safe now." The timid one io
Facta Sot Faaciri.
Don't .stop a cannon ball, you might
Don't sit in a draught, you might
Don't take any but Eed Star Cough
Don't forget a bottle costs but 25 cents.
JOHN KOPP. Proprietor.
Patronize Home Industry!
We supply a
COOD A QUALITY OF BEER
As Auy in the Market,
IT .H KKASOXAB1.K A I'KICE.
T3 Itll Pac lis Brewery Beer
- Is Pure and Unadulterated.
It git e-sMienil Satisfaction and is rum
iilieu In Quantities lt hult.
I.eave Older With Wji. ItocK, Geiiuama
.-viioon.or UHKLS. tVEASOX, next to runrd
Dally Delivery in Any Part of the City.
QTOCKUOLDhRV MEETI.NG "F TI1E
u Urit'sli-Aim rlcarkjj. 0.,S.ceiM Kiver,
It. 0. will he held at the officr of It Youinr.
Upper Astnr.a, Orrgou. on the isth day of
JauiMry, lflte.ata a. m.. fur the iitipe of
elertini; a Board of l)ir"trs for the ei suir.u
j year, auu trail -act any otner oa-iiies as
mluht lawfully cmue hero e the inretiiiir.
uateu tins 2nd day oi January, 1E3 J, iy tins
orueroi me rrr&iueui.
"B TnE UKDEIIOXED BEG LEAVB TO,
B imtifv the ntihllc that I Iihvp iiurchased!
the business Inter stof ah Jim In the ve:e-in.tful.,r nn-p tuc nCCT-,
table jrardfii situate i near Smith's l'oiitt oncOTHIMC BUT THE BEST"3a
the property leased fiom Col. Taylor, Alii R,,.i,rf..n,ii..
.TlrnhnvlnnnmnT lnrpr In t!i !.rtinl FUSaed Over UlO Bar.
HONG SEN'S -XEUN.
M WHERRY & COHPABnr,
Fresli and Cured Uirat.s
T70 g "fc3,"folOX3
! FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OITOMTK OCCfnh.VI HOT J I
Vi::VA3!0 trctt t-uovly. ifn
Uaiit vitrei. - l Hi j i.i, Mirvim.
iskiu-jian a. o.rtri:ii-T; -
OEiI'ECTrCLI CAI.i. ISih A. 11
1- tiou ol I'il public to the fr.rt jhai .
ihove Market w 111 aiwyj r uppUi ii!
FULL VXBIE1V AND J! EST QUAi.ll
FRESH fsliD CutiZD .V.EAT. !
Which will ! o5'l at lone.: rates, whole- ,
.-Spt-fiil .t'tPiition given tn supp'Mrict
When You Want
Oysters, clams. Crabs, Fish.
I'j.'K-'. muter of tlu-bet qui.lty : when v.ui
v..nt hickfis. i m-ixs, t..uin nf .t 1 kind,
ind want t.iem fn-si ami .imiI. c.L i n f!. i
K- d at tin Uui ii Maikt ti w let st tet.
Vc ctabhsiif allk iuN const inilx on hand.
I uarr'itevi'rjthlnjrsold f.isli and of the
best qual ty. j
O. F. lElEJSlIO.
Tele h nc o. 1 j.
t-riiprieior, i. moil isnuccr.
B. B. Franklin,
rii -- - " 5 vrtV"
'Z .'. J'.' -K
Unferlafcir and Cabinet late,
m:xt to hie stoi:ia nuir.mxo.
r3r"All work done In a skillful manner on
lnrt uoiii e at hmmumIiIc mtcs.
Will I allowed
On Time Deposits,
Drifts on all the leading Cities.
Vm. T. Coleman & Co..
"n . ;:. tiwxmkxi.
Manager naukiug Depart inent,
fjinrs r.s to give notice to all
3. wiioiii it may cnuua-u that I have rent
ed all of tne seci nd story (exo-t t tne b ick
imn.lu w lch I Ilv-li'f niv tinildii'g on the
east 54 of lot 7 Mock 0. for China redt&'imnt
nurpoi'3, to.-ether wltli all the partitions,
uruiture. ntens l3 3nil tools used in earning
ou -a d restaurant bu-iness ; aiul'iMr lt-3 ln
HTbSied will take imt'Ci that a'l of said par-
hl'iiis. fiiruituie, iitc nsiN .ind tools In us In
ia!dsrco id story i fmj htilldiii lulling tome.
I dsti reut the lower btnry of the ame
Till Bert is Ills Clwpt!
-- wj-r n i ir- ii
WYATT & TU03IPS0N
Are on Deck with an Immense Stock of
STAPLE- FARCY GROCERIES,
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
A Large Assortment ol the Celebrated
LOS GAT3S GAtNED FRUIT,
Which has no Equal in the World.
Table Po -cries, Bartiett Pears,
Apricots, Blac i e err Us.
Egg Plums, etc.,
inslow's Corn. 15s per can. To
matoes, 10c. Pj esh Honey In
Comb aud ;stracted.
Sjmraa FIs, Hickory 'nts, etc., etc.
At the Yerj Lowest Cash Price!
FliEE AND EASY!
A PLEASANT EVENING
Call an J Sea
At hi3 New EatahlWiment next
to Jeff': Ktstaurant.
A General Invitation Extended.
HAVE NO EQUAL I
iMi iTMgy'"i i n 'Pfr ! if "fi i il Hf Bff 1JrmfTTMnTHITFT
t SWiifi?; WGKSIB' 15? .SjWi cr ?sfcu ' '
f-r.Vgc!JKfefc;--J,'tCTgciT ! W'H i i'H" ' nun
:&&M?5lSrirsW3S?ffli i hi iHH B2v! : t
K-MfrHnjrvl 1 tthArIil k5Wi .
V- HOUSE FOUHDEO. 1784- f yV
KANU PK1ZE PARIS 1878.
THEY HAVE BEE.Y AWAIiDED
AT THE YAHI0U3
than the gocds or ant other
IN IDE WORLD.
Qyeliiy can Always be Depended on !
Egerieicei Seieilse i Otler !
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
5 1 7 and 5 1 9 Market Street, SAN FRANCISCO,
AGCXTS i?'0t PACIFIC COAST.
Seine Twines, Hope and Netting Constantly on Hand.
A FUZ STOCK
The Telephone Saloou.
The Finest Establishment of
the Kind in Astoria.
Especially lit ted up Tor the Comfoit and
Convenience of those who enjoy a
Social Gla s.
The Beat of Wines and Liquors,
The Choicest Cigars.
Everything New and First-Class.
R. T.. JEFFltirF. lropr.
Coltitoa Transportation Coipy.
Through Freight on Fast Time I
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 leaves Portland every
Tuesday 'and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P, M.
yAn additional trip will be made on Sunday of Earh Week, leaving Porttan -at
0 O'clock Sunday -toraiuz. Passeugers b this route connect at Kalft
eange cak be HAD IN A3
TOKIA ONLY OF
E, R. BAWES,
CALL AND EXAMINE IT, YOU
WELL BE PLEASED.
JC K. HAWKS ls also agent for the
M patent Cooling StOYB
And other flrst-clasi Stoves.
Furnaco Work. Steam Fit
ting, oto.t a specialty.
ALXAYS ON HAND.
O. R. & N. CO.
Tickets to Portland and Eeturu
For $2 50.
Good on any of the Company's boats
E.A. WO YES,
Astoria, Nov. S3th, 1E83.
U. B. SCOTT, Presldcfittf
tor Sound ports.