The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899, August 14, 1890, Image 2

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THURSDAY AUGUST 14, 1SD0
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A FEW WORDS OF FAREWELL.
I have sold my interest in The
Daily akd "Weekly Astoriax to my
friend and former partner, Mr. P. W.
Parker, who is now sole proprietor and
owner of this newspaper.
Ho and I have been together eleven
years, and to his integrity, ability and
patient toil, much of the success of
The Astobzax is due.
It will be nine years on the 30th of
next month since I took charge as ed
itor and business manager, and through
these nine busy years it has been my
solo aim and ambition to issue a news
paper that would be a worthy expon
ent of the city of Astoria, imbued sole
ly with a desire to fittingly discharge
the responsibilities of so important a
position.
And now, as I write in this column
for the last time, the memories of those
busy years impel me to extend a fra
ternal farewell to the thousands with
whom I have been brought in daily
contact, and to assure them that not
the least of the pleasant recollections
of my editorial life is the memory of
the aid and co-operation 1 have re
ceived from the Astoria public, and
their generous appreciation of my in
dividual efforts.
Two years ago I found that the toil
incident to the issuance of a daily
newspaper where the entire office
work devolved upon me, was destruc
tive to my general health, and I felt
that success purchased at such a price
would be too dearly bought
Since then I have gradually eman
cipated myself from much of the work
of the office, and now that I have
completely disposed of my entire in
terest in the paper, I hope to regain
much of my former elasticity of mind
and body.
To the faithful workers in other
newspaper offices throughout the
northwest, I also extend a fraternal
farewell.
For the gentleman who now takes
charge, and whoso friendly aid has
been a source of constant comfort dur
ing our business partnership, I be
speak the same geuerons meed of ap
preciation and support that was so
freely accorded to me.
All my business interests are in As
toria and will remain here. The ten
dercst associations of my existence are
bound up with my life in Astoria
which is my permanenthome, and at the
close of this chapter it is with pleasure
above all price that I feel that during
all this trying period I have by no
word or deed of mine deservedly for
feited the esteem and good will of the
people of Astoria.
During all these years of chron
icling the history of the city I have
never obtruded my personality in The
AsToniAK, and now, for the first time,
I refer to my personal affairs purely
as a matter of news to all with whom
I have talked so long.
Iisss could not be said, more need
not be said, and as Hamlet says, "the
the rest is silence."
J. P. HaIiLORAX.
--IS TO THE ABOVE.
The plain and truthful words of my
dear friend and former partner need
no comment.
It is with a full heart I assumo the
responsibility he has carried so long
and faithfully.
As to my continued relations with
the people of Astoria, through The
Astoriav, I need only say you are
and for nine years have been my
friends and neighbors. During that
time I believe I have become suffi
ciently acquainted and identified with
the business interests of the city to
enable me to work intelligently for
their advancement
My business and all other interests
are centered here among you, and it
will be my highest ambition to con
tinue Tiie Astoriax as a truthful.
earnest and able champion of Astoria,
so that it shall merit and retain in the
future, as in the past, the respect and
generous support of the people of this
city and section. P. "V. Parker.
TIIE SEIZED VESSEL.
VitoroRs Attempt Being Made to Settle
the Matter.
Port Towxse?o, Aug. 12. "From a
government officer who arrived on tho
steamer Qxicen from Alaska, the cor
respondent learned that a vigorous
attempt is being made by the author
ities to square the seizure of the seal
ing schooner Mattie U. Dyer. It will
bo remembered when the schooner
was seized captain Mockler, of the
schooner, made the claim that his ves
sel was guilty of no offense against
the government and that deputy col
lector Edmunds far exceeded his au
thority when ho seized tho vessel at
Ounai&ska. His story was verified by
the crew and the only ground Ed
munds had to set up in justification
for the act was that the vessel had
sealsldns aboard. The vessel was
sent from Ounalaska to Sitka and is
tliere now. Collector Pracht and dis
trict attorney Johnson have been in
vestigating the case, and they can find
no tenable grounds upon which to
bold the vessel.-
As the collector is responsible for
tho acts of his deputies, and as his
bofidsraen are responsible in heavy
boods for the collector's acts, Pracht
feels "hrmgolf placed in a very unenvi
able position. Should Captain Mock
ler sue for damages he might win his
case. But the trial could hardly be
reached in any reasonable time, and as
tfee captain is a poor man he cannot
aSbrd to adopt this course. Ho is at
present in Sitka and in a deplorable
Saancial condition. It is reported
that overtures have been made to the
oaptaiafor release of the vessel if he
all promiso not to sue for damages.
However, the vessel has been libeled
ad a hearing is set for August 18.
Oreff&nian 13.
L4k)w's Ladies' $3.00 Fine Shoes;
alee flexible hand-turned French Kids,
t P, J. Goodman & Co.'s.
As Laid Out by H.
ROBB & PARSER, Gener
STATE INDEBTEDNESS.
The following preliminary summary
of the debts of the United States out
standing Juno 1, 1880, and June 1,
1890, or the dates nearest thereto for
which reports are obtainable, is fur
nished by J. K. Upton, special agent of
the census bureau on state finances:
The reported bonded debt repre
sents in each case the amount of nego
tiable securities outstanding at the
time mentioned, and the floating debt,
that of all other obligations of the
states, including those assumed or in
curred for a specific purpose, oven
though no actual bonds or certificates
may have been issued therefor.
The assets embrace the cash and all
productive securities on hand of
which a valuation is reported, whether
they belong to the stato or to any of
its funds, although in some cases they
are not wholly applicable to tho pay
ment of debt, but aro pledged for the
use of schools or charities.
It will bo seen that tho principals of
the debts has changed within tho ten
years as follews:
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In most of tho states reducing their
indebtedntss during tho decade tho
reduction has been accomplished by
applying to the extinguishment of
their obligations tho revenues not
needed for current expenses. In a
few states, however, tho apparent de
crease of the debt has arisen from tho
enforced refunding of tho old debt
into a new one at a discount varying
from 20 to 85 per cent
Taking from the amount of decrease
in all the states tho amount thus aris
ing from the discount in refunding
and there is left as paid by cash $29,
497,706.19, and tho geographical sec
tion which includes tho states named
instead of having a decrease of debt of
S27,593,5S7.36, as shown by the state
ment, will have an increase of 929,
577.89. The amount of debt in the states in
18S0, as published in the reports of
thejtenth census is, to a small extent,
in excess of the amount of bonded debt
herein stated, arising from the classifi-
cation in the reports of certain non
negotiable school bonds as bonded
debt, they being so reported by tho
states. Tho bonds appear in this
summary as floating debt
Texas fever has made its appear
ance among cattle within tho city
limits of Chicago and about twenty
deaths are reported.
A bicycler recently rode down
Mount Washington, making the
journey about eight miles in an
hour, and without accident
A Michigan bachelor who, the ad
said was "eighty-seven years old, but
rich," has received 250 applications
from women willing to bo his wife
and risk his dying pretty soon.
BucUleii"' Arnica Salve.
TnE Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rhe
um, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
flands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or money re
funded. J'rice25 cents per box. For
sale by .1. W. Conn.
SKANDINAVIAN
Comedy Troupe
AT
ROSS OPERA HOUSE
ox
THURSDAY, Aug. 14, 1890.
Here You Are I
Prof. Gustave Peterson
And His Great Company of
Artists.
12 STARS 12
A Surprise
For you all. You may not think so, but
come and see us and be convinced.
TICKETS on sale at the usual place
F' L. Logan
Wagon Eoad From
LEWIS
"WILL BS
ON THE
The Pacific
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NOTICE TO
1353-
A Few Bass,
The Season for Sturgeon Pishing will open Mon
day, August 11th, and continue until March 15th: 1891.
For particulars write
CHAS. B. TEESC0TT. -Box
477. Portland, Or.
Warren & WrI;
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
559 Third St.
GRIMES' HOTEL, Seaside,
Special Bargains in Seaside Property
Investments for Non-Residents a Specialty.
The Oregon I
Where Property
Corner Third
ASTORIA, -
o-o to e?:b:e3
Columbia
FOR FRESH BREAD,
Cakes, and Fine Confectionery. All Orders Delivered.
COOLEY
Notice.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
have this dav DurcUascd the entire
stock, business and Reed will of the Glyar
and Confectionary business at No.4S3 Third
street, formerly owned by Mr. N. J. Rcrs
man, and will hereafter conduct the same.
Mr. u. M. ueuer wm manage uie Business
for me In my absence.
ISAAC BERGMAN.
Notice.
ALL PERSONS HAVING ACCOUNTS
acalnst the estate of the late l'lillo
Callender are hereby notified to present the
same to mo for settlement forthwith.
M. T. CALLENDER.
Xuappton, Wash.
August 5th, 1890.
Annual Meeting Notice.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF TIIE
stockholders of tho O. F. L. and B.
Association will be held at 2 r. u. in Odd
Follows hall, on Thursday, Aur. 23th. for
tho purpose of electing directors and at
tending to such other business as may
come before the meeting.
A. J. MEGLEK, Sec'y.
For Rent.
OFFICE ROOMS, NO. lSd CASS STREET.
VAN DUSEN & CO..
Agent.
Fine Properly.
FOUR CHOICE LOTS IN BLOCK 110
McClure's, suitable for residence pur
poses. WH1 sell singly. L. F. HODGE
Notice.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
will not bo responsible for any debts
contracted by my wife, Mrs. Henry Olson,
as she has left my bed and board without
cause. HENRY OLSON.
Astoria, August 7th, 1890.
V. H. COFFEY.
Groceries and Provisions.
372 THIRD STREET.
Butter, Eggs, Canned Goods.Fotatoes, Wood
and Willow Ware. Etc.
UNION MADE CIGARS!
Ask your dealer for tho following brands
of cigars; Australian: Ballot, W. E. Knun
& Co., La Perfectos, La Kosa del Vuelta,
Innocence and Eight Hour League. The
Union Label on each box. For further par
ticulars apply to John Hahn, Astoria, Oregon.
The Coining
Terminus of Astoria and South Coast Railroad to the Resort,
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MAEKET
J&. 3r S3 1ST 13? S
FISHER
Astoria,
r. . j i-i .'wu) .,., .u.'..m .ii:sc5t
Is Left For. Sale.
and Olney Sts.,
OREGON
Bakei
BROS-
The Oregon jBakery
A. A. CLEVELAND, Prop'r.
IM Bread, Cale anil Fastrj
None but tlif Lest Materials Used.
Satisfaction Guaranteed Customer?
Hroail delivered i . .-.ny part of th- city.
PATRONIZE HOME KDUSTBY1
Tliere Is n occasion for U.e m.-.v I-vUuh-ous
of our citizens to tfi.tl t, rr;.j:d or
San Francisco for
Custom fiffade Clothes
As they can get Better Fits. Better Work
manship, and for less Money.
By LchyIuk Uielr Orders with ilHANY
New Goods bv Hvory Steamer.
Call and sec him and satisfy yourself.
P. J. Meany. Meu-luint Tailor.
Astoria Iron forte.
Concomly St., Foot of Jackson, Astoria. Or
General
Machinists ai Boiler Mm.
Land and WSarine Engines
1201U3K WORK,
Steamboat Work and Cannery Work
A SrECIALTIT,
Castings of ail Descriptions Made
to Order at Short Notice.
John Fox-.. rrcsidpnt. and Supt
A. L. Fox, Vice President
J. G. HDSTI.KB, Sec. and Treas
C. C. Cooper,
Manager.
OPEN FOR THE SEASON,
The Seaside House has been refitted and
Tasscd facilities to all to enjoy a pleasant
sojourn at uiu imuuiu viini ""-"
attentive aorps of attaches aro employed,
and everything done for the contort and
convenience of guests.
Sea House.
Seaside Resort of Oregon.
J.H. MANSELL,
EC'TTE BDflifEB
SttSag
B&a EsVlllIh WBlVBteSBq
NOTARY rOBLIC FOK
Ciiy Lots and Acre Property, Ranches, Timber Lands, and Water
Frontage tor bale.
Oirrcs'.wiulcncc Solicited. r.O.Box3G3. EstabMshejl 1SS3.
INVESTMENTS .MADE FOtt OUTSIDE TAUriKS.
Xvxl W . U. Telegraph Office. Third St. AtiTi-i. Oi I'-on.
6
CSNDY
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To-Bay-Eme Ice Cream 3odaTo-Bay
Also Handle None Imt the Finest Key West and Imported
CIGARS.
Please Call and Give me a Trial. THIRD STREET, Next W. U. Telegraph Oftlce
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SFKED
Saddles and Harness
A LARGS STOCK TO SELECT ER0M.
GOODS AT SAST ERAWCISC0 PRICES.
I make a specialty or good work and guarantee satisfaction. At tho Old Stand, Wes
Side Olney Street, Near Wilson & Fisher's. . ,
ASTORIA,
The Largest Stock !
Immense Stock
of
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mimmz?
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OE1S. HEILBORN.
Two car-loads received : More on the way. Yon are Invited to sec tho Quest
display of FuniltHre, Carpets, etc., in the city. Prices reasonable.
Tho Old Stand, ----- Astoria, Oregon.
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ML W Bk TrTr-H?
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AVHOLESALE AND KETAIL DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions and Mill Feed.
o
Orockery, Glass Plated Ware.
o
Tho Largest and finest assortment of
Srsesh, Fruits and Vegetables.
Received fresh everv Steamer.
. . j ,-j- - , .it. J. KJli u. III'J1,-M.I
North Pacific Brewery,
JOKE" KOPP, - - Proprietor.
BREWER OF
EXTRA FINE BOHEMIAN LAG-ER BEER,
EXTRA FINE STEAM BEER.
X3 O
:-ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. -w
TE. OLSEN,
(Exanu'neret Dansk Apothekcr)
Prescription Druggist.
l'rcserijtioiis
Accurately
Carefully and
Comjioundcil
Choice Fcrfames of All Odors, Toilet
and Fancy Articles.
588 Third St., Astoria, Or.
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BIAMOHB PALACE
GUSTAV IIAXSEX, Trop'r.
A Large and Well Selected Stock of FIno
Diamonds i Jewelry
At Extremely Low Frlces.
All Goods Bought at This Establishment
Warranted Genuine.
Watch and Clock Repairing
A SFECTALTY.
Comer Cass and Sqnemoqua Streets
GO TO
LARSON & H1LLBACK
FOK
GROCERIES
AKD FEESH FRUITS.
Orders Delivered Free of Charge. Country
Orders Solicited. Third btreet.
ncxt-to 1'ioneer office.
, F. Seheibe,
CIGAK aLVXUFACTUREK.
Smokers' Articles in Stock.
TnE TRADE SUPPLIED.
Special Brands Manufactured to Order.
MAIN STREET, - - Astoria, Or)
llv lulsSBi
STATE-OF OHEGON.
FACTORY
SAIZ
OREGON.
Tlie Lowest Prices !
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IE. T 22 DEL .
GELO F. rARKEK.
CAUL A. HAKSON
Parker & Hanson
SUCCESSORS TO
C. L. PARKER,
DEALERS IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
New Goods Arriving Every Steame
Tins WEEK,
Dress - Goods,
The Old Stand - Astoria Oregon.
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j AdUUlUA (A UUUUlUUlil
CIVIL ENGINEERS,
Surveyors and Architects.
Office, Roou 9, Flavel's Bldto
SECOND STREET
P. O. Box 813. ASTOIUA, OR.
John C. Dement.
. DRUCCIST.
Successor to W. E. Dement & Co.
Carries Complete Stocks of
Drugsland Druggists' Sundries.
Prescriptions Carefully Compoandcd.
Agent lor
Mexican Salve and
Norwegian Pile Cure
B. F. ALLEN & CO.
DEALERS IN
Wall Paper and Oil Paintings
: PRACTICAL :
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS.
All Work Guaranteed.
Cor. Cass and Jefferson Sts., Astoria,
As Laid Out
Affording a Lovely
GLOSING
AT TJdLJrS
Wc offer for sale our Entire
COST. Surprise
Orders from the Country
and the benefit
TERMS OF SALE STRICTLY CASH.
New York Novelty Store,
Ravel's Brick Building, Opp. Occident Hotel.
Pity book stor
3BCaca.QLTa.i3?-t3s For
Blank Books and Stationery of All Kinds.
A Large Assortment of Novels Always on Hand
The Latest Periodicals and Magazines received
as soon as pnWislied.
GRIFFIN : & : REED.
La Fayette Park.
Three Miles from the Posioffice and Custom "House. .
Astoria Real Estate Co.
172 CASS ST., .... Astoria, Oregon.
Willamette -:- University
Graduates Student3 in
Classical, Literary, Scientific, Normal, Business, Law
and Medical Courses.
Also Musical, Theological, Pharmaceutical and Art Courses.
It is the oldest, largest and least expensive institution of learning in tho northwest.
School opens first Monday in September. Send for catalogue to
THOS. VANSCOY,
President, Salem, Or.
Who
Fine Wines, Choice Brands.
I havo cornploted arrangements for supplying any brand of "Wine in any quantity
at lowest casfi figures.
The Trade Supplied,
Families Supplied.
ALL ORDERS DELIVERED FREE IN ASTORIA.
Your patronngo in City or Country solicited.
A. W. UTZINGER, Cosmopolitan Saloon.
Astoria Grocery ai Curt Frit Co.,
JOBBERS and RETAILERS, Carrying a Full Iilnc o
Groceries, Provisions, Green and Canned Fruits.
No. 5 1 8 Second Street.
For Desirable Acreage
Or INSIDE PROPERTY.
Call on or Address
Leinenweber & Goodenough,'
SECOND ST., NearrostofHce.
The New Model Range
CAN BE HAD IN'ASTORIA, ONLY OF
XL R. UiL w XSSp
Agent. Call and Examine It ; You "Will be Pleased. E. It. Ilawes Is also Agent Tor tie
Buck Patent Cooking Stove,
AND OTHER FIRST CLASS STOVES.
Furnace Work, Steam Fittings, Etc., a Specialty. A Full Stock on-Hand.
T3b.o XjtcLris Tailor,
OIOI.A.S. MoUONALi.
Call and See My NoLby Stock of Spring Goods-,
Just Arrived.
It comprises the latest goods in the market, and I offer them at prices never
before heard of in Astoria, and guarantee the best andmost
comfortable fitting suits in the city.
Next to C, H. Cooper's - Astoria, Oregon.
by H. F. L LOGAN
Drive.
OUT SALE!
Stock BELOW ITS ORIGINAL
Bargains Every Day.
will receive prompt attention
of the reduction.
E
N
Wine House.
p. O. Box 63.
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