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VOL. XXV, NO. 30.
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THOMSOS & COOTERT.
Attorneys at Law and Notaries Public.
Special attention grv en to collections and
Office Rooms 4 ana o, oer Cit Koo):
O B. MAKT1X. . . I..,
Architect and Civil Engineer.
J, Kmglm of Pwhias
St. A. I,, and J. A. FUI.TOX.
Ph.. sioian ami Si:r;reoi.s.
Will give prompt attention to all calls.
mjiii an pair of the cit oi eoiuitij.
Oiliceoer Allen's Store, comer Cas and
iifiiii)(iia stieets, Astoria, Oiegon.
l.-lephoiie .No. 41.
It. Fit AX 11 I K.
li, Hxcvitu mid -Visfiieoii.
'lliiv. llouinf;. ovei D.A. Mcintosh s stoic.
1 1 ick Hemes: 9 toll A.M. ; 3 to 5 P.M.
'Vsideuee, opposite the.lohansen building
PHYSICIAN AND .sri.GEON.
e.irk: dein Building, up stairs, Astoi la,
Tvlt. ALKBKD KI.VNKY,
Office at Kinney's Cannery.
"Will onl attend patients at Ins oflice, and
-iia be fouud theie at any lioui.
".K A. llOUUlh. OKO. JOI,AM)
.VOr.AItl) fc IOI--IS,
ATTORNEYS A'l LAW'.
otilee in Jvlnuej Block, pposite Citj
.lull. AM oi la, Oregon.
. W. FULTON. O. C h IT LI OS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Booms & and C, Odd Fellows Building.
KI.O F. PABEEK
SURVEYOR OF CLATSOP COUNTY
Ex-City Surveyor of Astoria
Oft.ce : N. E. corner Cass and Astor sin et-
Boom No. 8 Up malr-M
Q.. A. BOWIiBY.
Attorney and t'ouuHt Ior ;t Law,
-llllte on Chenainii'.Stieet, Astoiia, Oiegon
E I. VI.TON.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms No. 11 and 12, V thl.in Castle Build
in .t. "
iy i. I-.YtO.VI,
Office in City Hall, Astoiii.Oiegon.
JAY TLTTL.K. I. I.
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON
Offick Booms l, 2. and tl PMhlan Bulki
ng. Bksidkxcb On Cedar Sheet, back or
St. Marj s Hospital.
Booms In Allen's Building, up stairs, enr
MerCass and Sipieuioqua streets. Astoria
T K. SPEDDKV,
Searcher of Titles. Abstracter and
Office on Cass Street. 3 doors south of As
toi ian oflice, Astoiia, Oregon.
General Agencv of
M. t. ADAIR,
Real Estate, Insurance ami Mnnpy
Yaluahle Properties for Sale or Lease in
Upper Astoiia. Accounts Adjusted, and
Book Keeping done on Short Notice. Office
uithCoI.Spedden, cor. .Jefferson and Cass
Mreets, Astoria. Oiegon.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Glass and ' Plated Ware,
XBOPICAL, AND DOMESTIC
FRUITST AND VEGETABLES.
A FINE SUITE OF BOOMS IN THE ODD
Fellows' Building. Apply to
Money to Loan
km APPRnvpn 5PPTintTV rnnx'TV
J Orders bought. Apply at the office of
K D. TVINTON.
TRADE 7 UARK.
Free frcm Opjiles, Emetics and Poison
SAFE. gz&x PHF
AT -KLCQisTd AM) DEALZES.
IRE CKAKLES A. V0GEL.ER C0.,BALTIMSSS, K0
f.u'o J 'r rittai-i.
of the diseases of tlic human race. The3e
symptoms indicate thoir existence.
X.oss of Appetite, Bowels costive,
Sick Headache, fullness alter eat
"ff. a.erslon to exertion of body or
mind. Eructation of fond, Irrltauil
ltyoftempcr,I,ov3pIrlj,Afcelinc ofnavln ncRlcctetl some duty, I)Ir
Iness,l?luttcrlnj;atthcMeart,Dots before the eyes, highly colored
tho use of a. remedy that acts directly on
1 r.S have no equal. Thoir action on
tho Kidneys and Skin is also prempt:
removing all impurities through theso
three scavengera or the stcm."
producing appetite, sound digestion,
regular stools, a clear skin and a vig
orous body. TCTT'.SPl,USciiusono
nausea or griping nor Interfere -with
dally work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
Soldeery.rliore2.3. OHico 4. MnrraSt.N Y.
ens mm bye.
- -- rr B
-itAi iiAiiiou wtiiSKi.cs changed in
stautly toaGMissi Black byabinglo
application of tliis 1). i:. Sold by Drug
UsUj,orsent by express on receipt of $1.
(Mlicc, 44 Murrav Street, New York.
niTO 1!HUL OF KZFCL EHHPS3 FESS.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
1.FJ.TON rfTKKET. NkAH l'AKKEB liOUSK,
ASTOKIA. - OllECON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
Boiler Work. Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cially. (It'all IlcHcriptiosis. midc to Order
at Kliort Xotice.
A. I. Wass. I'rosident.
.1. :. HusTi.i.i:, Secretary,
1 W l? Vm ctir.i,"
Furniture and Upholstering,
Mattres-rs Ji-ulcnnd :.vp nrfd.
Paper Hanging. Carpets Sowed
Furniture Sold on Commission.
Snor. corner Main and Jefferson stnM
TXTHE.IUSTICECOUBT, AST OIMA l'BE
A cmct. county of Clatsop, state of Oregon.
1. Grant plaintiff, x .1. J.-imbert difend
ant. To J. Lambert the above named defend
ant; In the name of th state of Oregon;
ou:neherel lequiied to appear and an
swer the complaint hied :g.dnt ou m the
abote entitled action, !u n,e above entitled
court nu or before the yth dav f Febnuiv.
A. D. 18.SG, being six eeks"from tlie date
.l?-rt'0,aII,, ,U J ,m.fail so ' :,,,s" ertlio plain
tifi vt 111 aprtj to ihe court for the rehtf de
manded in the complaint, which is in sub
stance to recover oh j on l he sum of S.;s-,
and for costs and dlsbursmentsof thisactlon'
This summons is published by ordei of x'
E. Coodell. JuMice of the Peace, for Astoria
precinct, county aim suite aforesaid, made
this 31st dav of December, us... '
, . Attj-. for Plaintiff.
Astoria, Dec. .list. l&Sr. fdH;
Has Just ltecehed a Fine Slock of
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELK V.
SILYEK WARE, CLOCKS,
Which he offers at Bedrock Prices.
All Coods Warranted.
Mine is a Jewelry Store and Kuown asSmh.
Hotel for Rent.
ri.HE HOUSE NOW KNOWN AS THE
JL flerinitii-i llntol la fur rout ITnti.n lo
4x75; three stoiles; 43 rooms; near the Q.
It. ic N. Co.'s dock. Fossessioa w ill be gi en
If. B. PAP.KER
ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, J 886.
The indisposition of Connectiom!
bachelors to marry is asmini? start 1
Beethoven's favorite violin is no -a
in the possession of an English gen-1
tleman named Kirmnnlrl.
Gen. Louis Eugene Leonce Pajol
v, ho was an aide-de-camp to Napoleon
III. is dead, at Paris, in his seventv
Manual labor schools for colored
children are declared by the National
Bapitsl to be the greatest presenl
need of the race.
The larirest nrunt. nrcTinrr. in .
world is situated one mile from Sara
toga, Cal., and contains 10.000 trees.
It was recently sold for S72,000.
The birthdays of General Grant,
Louis Kossuth, and Herbert Spencei
occur on the same dav of the year.
In appending his signature to his
letters, the President writes "Youre
truly," Arthur wrote "Faithfully
yours," Garfield "Very truly yours,"
and TJ-tVOQ -ma .nntoVif .. cm u:-
i .7. "r . V.W..W.... iu -i(j. ujui-
, aeuinuiesiereoiypea "Kespectfully"
j or "Sincerely yours."
At Princeton, on Wednesday, in
the First Presbyterian Chdrch, H.
Gotokath, a high-caste Brahmin, was
ordained to the Christian ministry.
He will return home in a few months
to engage in missionr-rv trnrt-
Pennsylvania has furnished eight
ministers to the Eussian Ceurt:
George M. Dallas, Benjamin Rush,
James Buchanan, Albert Gallatin,
Welsh, of York, William Wil-
Kins, ex-benator Camerom, and ex
Governor Curtin. .
One of the Washington correspond
ents reports that " The Basset
Claim," by Mr. Henrv R. Elliott,
has had an immense sale in Wash
ington, and was largely instrumental
in passing the French spoliation
claims by Congress.
Pigs have been known to live to
the age of twenty, and tho rhinoceros
to twenty-nine. A horse has been
known to live to the age of sixty-two,
but averages twenty-five to thirty.
Camels sometimes live to the age of
one hundred; stags are very long
lived; bheep seldom exceed the age
of ten : cows live about fifteen years.
The Earl of Selkirk, whose title
has become extinct by his death
lately at St. Mary's Isle, Scotland,
was son of the founder of Selkirk
settlement in Canada. Paul Jones
once dropped down on St. Mary's
Isle and carried off the family plate
when the Earl was away. It was
recovered and thr fomilv imra tf .,.-
The Clinical Record says that after
the chief enpinfr nf thn ) ..-
partraent of Philadelphia pointed out
the poor quality of the water and the
glaring defects in its supply, he was
requested by the authorities "to re
frain from any further expression of
his sentiment on the subject, no
matter how great the general public
interest in it."
The present Duke of Bedford, head
of the house of Russell, who is held
up in a rather unpleasant form just
now by the London press, is a con
firmed cynic. There i3 no member
of London society that savs so many
biting mots or who imp'resses one
with a deeper notion of his disbelief
in human nature generally.
"Swell" funerals are going out of
style in the larger cities, and the
tendency now is in tho direction of
strict simplicity and privacy. Good
authority reports for New York that
aimost an iunerat services are held
from the houses of the deceased per
sons. A few of the personal friends
are invited, and the crowd is given
to understand that it is not wanted.
liie King and Queen of Saxony
are now traveling incognito through
Switzerland andltaly. The Queen
is a florid, dark-eyed, dark-haired
woman,stout and comely.and middle
aged. The King is a fine looking
man. withgray hair and whiskers.
All the Katherines of England are
contributing to a fund to place a
memorial of brass on Queen Kath
erine's tomb, in Peterborough Ca
thedral, that poor old ladv, though
immortalized by William Shake
speare, never having had a suitable
Miss Charlotte M. Younge, whose
latest novel bears the title "The Two
Sides of tho Shield," is now in her
sixty-third year, having been born in
Otterbourn, Hants, in 1823. She be
gan to write in 1854, and has kept at
it so industriously that her books of
all kinds now number 120 titles, or
something like four hundred vol
umes. A ladies' club patterned upon the
Union, is soon to be organized in
-if Yrk Cky. Its membership
TOH be composed of the most promi
nent women in the society of the
metropolis. The names of Mrs. Riv
ers, Mrs William Astor, Mrs. John
Jacob Astor, and Mrs. Adrian Iselin
have already been suggested for
President, and the Misses Hewitt and
Miss Marbury will almost certainly
be among the governesses. It goes
without saving no men are to be ad
mitted to the club, either as mem
bers or as visitors. The servants aie
all to be women, and the stewardess
will be a person of long experience
as housekeeper. As might be ex
pected, many of the husbands of
present and prospective members do
not favor the new club. Several who
do not happen to be club members
in particular, frown severely upon it,
and say they do not see why their
wives should join a club when their
husbands have not done so. One
bright woman is said to have givec
as her excuse for not jeining: "I
have married a husband, and there
fore I cannot come."
, Two for a Cent Apiece.
U -:a "I.j.r. . auecuons
' "i"'a" " ?ngnrer, ana they
nxea a day for him to call nn h
father, and on that day he was
promptly in the old gentleman's of
fice. " Good morning, sir," he said, con
fident, but ready to run, " I have
called on you on a matter of"
"We don't want any advertising
to-day," interrupted the old gentle
man, looking up over his glasses.
" I am not on that business, sir.
I Came tO ask Vntl fnr vnnr rlonr,l.fn. I
What do you want with her? "
" Marry her."
" For better or worse."
" What does the girl say?"
" She says she will be my wife." '
" Ugh ! You haven't got a cent in
the world, have you?"
"Yes, sir. She gave assent, and
if you will do the same, that will
make two, and we can buy a postage
stamp and write to you for the bal
ance of our salary."
It was a wretched attempt, but he
got the girl.
A Very Xatural Mistalce.
A gentleman who had just arrived
from Boston last Sunday evening
dropped into a church on his way to
a hotel while the minisfpr wna 1.
scribing the glories of Heaven.
"Must be a beautiful place," whis
pered a man in the same pev.'.
"Beautiful!" replied the Bosto
nian, "beautiful is no name for it.
I left there this morning."
"Left Heaven this morning?" said
his amazed neighbor.
"Heaven? Is he describing
"Well, I'll be everlastingly Amer
icanized if I didn't think he was
The people of DeKalb County,
Tenn., drive a nice little trade in
pearls gathered from mussels in the
Caney Fork River. A number of
valuable specimens have been found
of late. A few years ago a specimen
which is said to have brought $300 in
New York, was found in this river
near Smithville. During the low
water from Juno to November, hun
dreds of men are engaged at the busi
ness of gathering mussels. It is said
to be the best paying enterprise in
that section of country.
Scoffs Emulsion of I'ure
Cod !rr OHi.Jtu Djpophosphllcs.
7ll Lot- of A fi.i7 rn 7.ip.vf DahHHii
Mivm:s. IIamskv & Co., or bhariis
burg, !.. makes the following repert:
'That tin y reeouiiiiemle.l a fi iend Mtffer
ingfroui loss of appetite and general
dehilitv. .Sentls Emulsion, tli.it after tak
ing half d zen, lie reported, that lie ate
well, feels well, ami N in fact a new
man, and recommends it higlilj."
To those who remember the old
grist-mill, with its single or double
run of stone, its lazy wheel, and the
miller who was boss and all hands,
the feat of one of the great Min
neapolis mills in turning out 0,200
barrels of flour in one day seems to
mark as great an advance in the me
chanical appliances and business en
terprise as can be shown in any man
ufactures. A Wise I.eforni.
1 lie habit of adininistprin(imiiine in Don -
eiful ilnscs, as an antidote to malaria' mala
dies, was once (I.ingcioiislv common. Hap-
pilj tins piactice has undergono a wide
refoim. Not onl the nubl.e. but nrofes
i.Ioual men ha.e adopted, not whollv of
course, but largely, Hnstettt-i Stomach Bit
ters as a safe botanic substitute for the per
nicious alkaloid. The consequences of this
change are most important. Now fe er and
ague MitTerers are cured formerly their
complaints weie only for the time iel!eed,
o-half cured the lemedy eentually fail
ing to produce any appreciable effect, ex
cept the doses were Increased. A course or
the Hitters persistently followed, breaks up
the worst attacks and prevents their return.
The. .idence in faor of this sterling spe
cific and household medicine is of no am
biguous character, but positIe and satisfac
tory, a d the sources whence it proceeds
are .cry numerous.
It appears that the sandy wastes
in the interior of Long Island are to
be utilized. The thrifty farmers of
Suffolk County are experimenting in
raising peanuts on this hitherto un
Begin to cough and wheeze;
Red Star Cough Cure,
Wo are sure
Will give you rest and ease.
BANKING AND INSURANCE !
!. W. CASE.
Broker, Banker, and Insur
.vOIIA. - IM-OS.
OFFICE HOURS :
From : o'clock A. M. until 3 o'clock I. M.
NEITHER THE" CAPTAIN NOR THE
owners of the Firlh 0 Dornoch, now
Ijiugatthe wharf, will be responsible for
any debts that may be contracted by the
Astoria, Feb 2.1SSC.
NOTIPE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Carl Adler has sold and trausferred his
bu'lnessand stock of merchandise known
as Adiers Crj stal Palace" to Mr. Sol. Hlrsch.
This powder neer varies. A nmrel oi
purity, strength and uholesomeness. More
economic.! tll.lll th rilm in- L iti,l ..il . ...
IlOt tie Sllld in cmnnptitinn 1. Itl. th'c. ... ..1.1
tude of low tet, short w eight, alum or pho.-
uaii- punums. ouiu omy in ctllii. KOVAL
iSakixu Tow-Dim Co. too Wall-st.. N. Y.
WHERRY & OOmPAWY,
Fresh and Cured Meats. :
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
orrOrflTK OCCIDENT HO'IEL,
rilK.VAaTUS Street. Astoria. Ok.
Main Mreel, - tstorin, Oregon.
IU:it(;.llAN A CO.I'UOl'KIKTOltS
tiou of the nub
PALI. THR .TTPV.
mblic to the fact that the
abo.e Market will alwajs be supplied with a
Ft LL VAltlETY AND BEST QUALITY
F.;w AMD C'JREU MEATS I
Which v.ill be sold at lowest rates, whole
sale and retail.
Gy-Sp.'.al tltcutio'.i given to supplying
B. B. Franklin,
Merlata aafl Cabinet Mater,
.NKXT TO THE A3TOKIA3. 11TTTDIXG.
EeT-AH work done in a skillful manner ou
sliort notice at reasonable rates.
Cigars, Tobacco and Gigarettes
Meerschaum and Brier Pipes,
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
CORNER MAIN AND CHEXAMUS bTS.
STOCKHOLDERS OF THE FISHER
ineu's rkir. Co. are hereby notified that
:i CllPoi.ll IllPft'tltltr t. Ill lie, liril.l of thn irt.u
pany's olllce at Upper Astoria. Or., on Satur
day. Feb. C, l&tf.at 3 a, m for the consider
ation of general business.
wy onierot tne President.
H. E. NELSON,
MURRAY & CO.,
And Dealers in
Special Attention Given to Filling
A FULL LINE CARRIED
And Supples furnished at Satis
Purchases delivered In any part of the city.
Office and "Warehouse
In Hume's New Building on "Water Street.
P. O. Box 153. Telephone No. 37.
"i?S .. V .-. - 4X-OS5S.
vci - v
risb Flax Threads
ffjfflBwwSRLBJSyyii vsVl I Jj&r f(r 'SfiPL
J jB?-pt?i3JjI W E!w 9PrMt4 r lVB
THEY HAVE BEEN AWARDED
AT THE VAKI0US
THAN THE GOODS OF ANY OTHER
IN THE WORLD.
Qaulity can Always
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
5 1 7 and 5 1 9 Market Street,
Seine Twines, Rope and Netting Constantly on Hand.
THE NEW MODE!,
A FULL STOCK
The Telephone Saloon.
Tlif'Finest Establishment of
the Kind in Astoria.
Especially titted up for the Comfort aud
convenience of :
those who eniov
Best of Wines and Linnnrs.
The Choicest Cigars .
Everything New and First-Class.
It. L. JEFFREY. Prop-.
Colniia Transportation Comnany.
Through Freight on Fast Time I
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
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M.
E?An additional trlO Will be made nn Hnndav nf .'h Welr lP.ivlntr Portion .V
at 9 O'clock Snnilav -fornlntr. Passpnuo- h rh1 rnutn .nnnt at VdJtt,
Ior goun portg
PRICE. JBIVE CENTS.;
. PARIS 1878.
be Depended on !
ho Otto !
RAXOE CAN BE HAD IN AS
TORIA ONLY OF
E, H, HAWE9,
CALL AND EXAMINE II. YOU
WILL BE PLEASED. :'
K.K. 11AWES la also ageut for the
Bdc. patent Coo.ii StOTe
And other first-class Stoves.
Furnace "Work. Steam Fit
tings, etc., a specialty
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Carnalian & Go.
I. W. CASE,
IMPORTERS AND WIIOLESALK AM
tKl'AiL DEALERS Iti
''oruer Chenamus and Cass streets.
A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 PM;
arriving at Astoria at VP. M,
TT OrtVTT -..nn.Afc
U. B. SCOTT, President,