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ASTOTtTA, OltEGOff. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, IS')!).
.'RICE FIVE CENTS
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3 Bl- ' - :
Eisnest of all in Leavening Power. U.
L V sx&sm
County Surveyor of Clatsop County.
OBlce : Boom No.
7. Kinney's Brick, Asto-
JtU. II. W. STKICKLEK,
I'HYSICIAX. SUK EON AND DRUGGIST
In simple cases, chaises only for medi
cine, . . .
Nciir PostofTico, Clieiiainus Street, Astoria,
ATTOKNEY AT LAW,
Astoria, - - - Oregon.
Oftteo, three doors east Court House,
Altornej-at-Law: Notary TabUc.
Commissioner of Deeds for Washington
."orrijory. Office in Flavel's new brick
building. Cor. Second and Cass streets.
OU.V II. S3IITII.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office on Cass street, 2 doors bacJc ol Odd
Fellows Building, Astoria, Oregon.
'. O. A. BOWLBY,
itumo I Counsellor at lttTT
iw on Ghcuaiuus Street, Astoria, Oregon
ATTOBNKY AT LAW.
over While House Cor., Astoria, Or.
ItE.IT. KSTATE BROK12R
Third Street, next to V, U. Telegraph Of
fice, AMoria, Or.
vrr W. PARKER,
Real Estate and Insurance Agent,
Conveyancer and Notary Public.
112 Benton Street, opposite the Fostofllce.
Between Chcnamus &Squcmoquc Sts..
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
orti-'e Flavel's new brick building, corner
-ecoud and Cass streets ; up stairs.
r-VltS. A. lu AXO J. A, FULTON.
Cass street, between 3rd and 4th.
Snccfcil attention to Diseases of Women
nd Children, by 15r. A, I. Fulton.
Special attention to Surgery, by Dr. J. A.
Onice hours from 10 to 12 A. M and 1 to 4
JAY TUTTLE. M. D.
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur.
Office, Room C, Pythian Building
Office hours : 10 to 12 and 2 to 5.
Residence, 039 Cedar Street.
y V.. 3IIL.L.F.R. M,
3IIL.L.F.R. SI. I.
Graduate of Cleveland Homoeopathic Hos
pital College, and I'ost-Graduate of New
York City Polyclinic School of Medicine
Ftrst and Main streets, Portland.
IHscaspH or Women n, Specialty.
JMI.O. a. K8TKS.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Siecial attention to Diseases of Women
ufkiek: Opposite Telegraph Office, up
Stairs, Astoria, Oregon.
Rooms 7 and 8, Flavel's new Brick Bund
le T. JJAniK
J. W. DIIAVEK.
Bnrney, Barin & Draper,
JOregon City, Oregon.
Twelve years experience as Register of
he U. S. l.and Office here, recommends us
in our specialty of Mining and all other bus
iness before the I.and Office or the Courts,
vud Involving the practice in tho General
TMibIsbb, Lssler & Aita,
Surveyors and Architects.
Office, Room 9, Flavel's Bld'g
P. O. Box S13. ASTORIA, OR.
FARM AND DAIRY RANCH TO LET
Thirty Choice Cows
30 to 50 Acres of Fino Meadow
A Farm o-tJOO acres. 4 to 5 acres of orchard
la cslce Irults, complete farm buildings.
Bear Astoria. Convenient to sell mill: in
the city. All farmlnc toolsand dairy appli
ances. One spaa fine Farm Horses and
Wacotu Apply to this ofllce, or to A. H.
Sale, ob tlie premises, at Woodland Farm
S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
C. P. Upshur,
Shipping and Commission Merchant
r.Taln St. Wharf, Astoria. Oregon.
Barbour's Salmon Net Twines.
NEPTUNE Brand Salmon Twine,
WOODBEIIUY Cotton Lines and Twines
SEINES and NETTING
or all Description Furnished at
Effected in Fint Class Companies,
Representing St. 1,000,000 .
Agency Pacific Express and Wells. Fargo A To.
r-O T H E-o
. J. P. AUSTIN, Propr.
Open All the Tear 'Brail.
THIS POPULAR HOTEL
Is new and clean and beautifully located
on the batiks of the Nccanicum, within five
minutes' walk of
The most pleasant Seaside Krsnrt on tlie
Northwest Pacific Coast.
Every attention is paid to the comrort and
accommodation of the guest, and the table
is .supplied with the very besr in -eason.
Here ate plenty of Clams mid Crab, lliete
Is game in the woods and plenty of Hie
finest fish In the streams.
E. P. NOONAK & CO.
3". :E. jBEyxa.,
Water Street, Astoria, Oregon.
TELEPHONE 0. 7. - P. 0. BOX 300
W. F. Sclieibe,
Smokers' Articles in Stock.
TnE TRADE SUPPLIED.
Special Brands Manufactured to Ordpr.
MAIN STREET.- - - Astoria, Or
Thompson & Boss
Carry a Full Line of
Choice Staple and
Give Us a Call and Be Convinced.
J. B. Wyatt,
Hardware and Ship Chandlery,
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish. Binacle Oil,
Cotton Canvas, Hemp Sail Twine,
I.ard Oil. "Wrought Iron Spike",
Galvanized Cut Nails.
Agricultural Implements, Sewing
Machines, Taints, Oils,
Magnus C. Crosby
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL.
Iron Pipe and JFittinps, Stoves, Tin
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Sheet Lead. Strip Lead, Sheet Iron.
Tin and Copper.
A NEW ENTERPRISE.
City Express Transfer Company.
H. D. Thing and C. E. Miller,
Headquarters at Main Street wharf.
A General Express and Delivery Business
Your patronage is solicited.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the taxes for School District, No. 1, for
the year 1890, are due and payable at the
office of the clerk on Main street wharf.
TheTax Roll will remain in my hands for
sixty days from date, after which time
uiose not paid win Become aennquent.
uy oruer ol tlie uoara oi Directors.
J. W. CONN. Chairman.
Astoria, Sept. 4th,-18W.
TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY, i
Ciba is said to bo on tho verge of a
It is siid that from 4D0 to .7X) p.-op!c
are leaving Dakota daily.
Twenty ue;jroj 5 v itrroiti-d : W.i'.
cio for illegal registration.
The grand eacaaijun out of Odd Follows
is in session in San Francisco.
General J. C Salliv.m. r. ilyzic n
veteran, died at Oakland, Cal.
Tho legislature of Ohio, has backed
down and apologized to the governor.
Mary iletzdorff, who poisoned her
brother and a girl in Baltimore pleaded
Serious charges aro preferred against
the warden of tho p2nitentiary at Still
The steamship Bchjlc four S-tn Fran
cisco yesterday for Hong Kong carried
500 Chinese passengers.
Tho death of the actress, Kate Hart,
has changed tho plans o f Jack McAuliffo
and he -will go to Europe.
Fifty-seven women, all captured in
Chinese opium dens wero arraigned in
the New York police court.
The British bark Iiolhicmay is quar
antined nt Port Townsend. She is from
Shanghai and has no bill of health.
Negotiations looking toward tho amal
gamation of all tho California and north
western baseball clubs is nearly com
pleted. Chicago anarchists aro arranging to
celebrate tho execution of tho Hnymarkot
assassins. The Cramp3 want to modify
the plans for the new armored crniser
Tho San Francisco Chamber of Com
mcrcohas memorialized congress to es
tablish a naval training ship at that
point; also to build n cable to tho
Hawaiian islands and the colonies.
Illegal Itcglst ration.
Special to The Astokian.
Chicago, Oct 21. On complaint of
the democratic campaign committee,
twenty negroes were arrested this
morning and charged with, illegal
registration. Many more warrants
A model kindergarten and college
for training kindergarten teachers is
to bo established in London shortly
and dedicated to the Empress Fred
erick. There will be accommodations
for 300 children and fifty students, to
cost 8125,000. The Troebel and Will
iam Ellis systems will bo used, and
after completing tho course the nor
mal graduate will be qualified to
manage a kindergarten of her own.
Keen Tour Blood Pare.
Impure blood, however generated, is
always present in the body when pain
is felt; it spreads and ferments wher
ever a weak spot exists.
Take Brandretii's Tills to make
the blood pure and expel all that Is
hurtful to the system. Tlu-y are the
one great and unfailing remedy. They
cleanse the bowels and i colore equal
circulation thioughout the body. They
preserve the vigor of youth and often
53 1 Third. Street,
ln lies the gentlemen of Astoria :inl sur
rounding districts to call and see his hirse
NEW SEASON GOODS
Ulslers, Overcoats, Suits, Trousers
Scotch. Knglisb, Trrucb and American Goods
esA fiood 1 it Guanuitced-S
C. B. BAIN,
Manufacturer and Dealer m
Doors, !Uoiil!iti. uml
Ail Kinds or Hard Wood and House Finish
ing Lumber. Boat Material a Spe
cialty. Wood Turning.
and Aslor Streets.
- - OltEGON.
ASTORIA TRANSFER CO.
Conveyances of any kind, on short notice.
Transferring Baggagp, etc., a specialty.
Telephone No, 12.
II. W. SIIERJIAN & CO.
Morgan & Sherman
And Dealers In
Special Attention Given to Filling
A FULL L1N CARRIED
And Supplies furnished at Satis
nirchases delivered In any part of the city
Office and Warehouse
In name's New Building ou "Water Street.
P. O. IVix 153 Telephone No 37.
A pocket mirror free to smokers of
FEMALE QFIDffi MPS I
Fiily-Seyen Woineu Arrested In
How Tori City.
A STBaNGE SOENE IK COURT.
Twenty Policemen Captured Them In
The Low Chinese Dens of
-pocial by The Umt ii i'nhss
New York, Oct. 21. A scene
strange even for New York, attracted
attention even in the Tombs police
court this morning. Fifty-seven
women, all white, with the exception
of two Negroes, and one of Cbiuese
American p. rentage, wre escorted in
by twenty policemen.
Tho women were all found in Chi
nese opium dens last r.ight, and an
afternoon paper, which is ordinarily
pro-Chinese, described their appeal -ance
Their intimate relations with the
Chinese seemed not only to cause
them to lose all their own self respect,
but also to take on in part the uaturo
of the celestials. The two colored
girls'tried to laugh in a shame fared
sort of way as the horde was marched
in beforo the bar. Souio others were
laughing and a very few were criiig.
Most of them looked defiant They
had brought with them out of the den
a distinct odor of c-pinm. One I bird
of tho entire lot wore bats, while Tonr
fifths showed the effects of opium
smoking. About one-third were Ant
to jail, and they ate opium pills while
waiting for tho van.
To Improve Commerce.
Special to The AstoitiAX.l
Sax Fraxcisco, OcL 21. At a
meeting of the chamber or commerce
to-day it was decided to memorialize
congress to establish a navy training
ship at this port. Kesol nt ions approv
ing the formation of a stale naval re
serve and the construction of a cable
to tho Hawaiian islands and Australia
wero also adopted.
Colonel O. IE. Moore, of Coldwater,
Mich., a hero of the civil war, has
been taken to an insane hospital near
Detroit Moore i the man who, when
his command was surrounded by Gen
eral Morgan's command, at Tibbs
Bend, Ky., July 4, 18G3, cut bis way
through "the enemy, crying put, when
called upon to surrender. 'Yniikess
never surrender on the Fourth or
Miss Minerva Parker, of Philadel
phia, who is not yet 21 years old, is tho
architect commissioned to erect the
pavilion for the Isabella exhibition at
the world's f.iir.
OiirUIcii's rti?r:i aire.
The Best -a t. vi. in th .:;! 'or
Cuis, Bruises .sh.is, LHrer, .Sail IJIn
nm, Fever Nins, '-;it. dups-rd
Hands, Chilblain., Cos n, ami sill Ski..
Eruptions, and positively nt:' Piles,
or no pay requ red. Il i guar.inUvd in
give perfect atisf.ietii.u, or mon- re
funded. Irlce2." rei:t per bov. For
sale by .1. V. Conn.
RANK, BOSTON, MASS.
Accounts of Hanks, Bankers ami Corpora
Our facilities for t'OLLKCI IO.NS an i-m el
lent, and we rc-dLscount for ltanks wlieu
balances warrant it.
Boston Is a lteservu Citv. and balances
Willi m from Banks (not lurced iu oll.er
We draw our own exchange m iudoii
and the Continent, and make cable transfer,
and place money by telegraph throughout
the United States and Canada.
We have a market for prune, llrt-cass
Investment Securities, and Pvite proposals
from SUites. Counties and Cislea when is
Wo do a geuer.il Biuikinu Business. :.nd hi
ASA 1. rOTTLK, IMesiiViit.
J03. W. WORK, Cashier.
B. F. ALLEN 6
Wall Paper and Oil Paintings
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS.
All Work Guaranteed.
Cor. Cass and Jefferson Sts., Astrria,
A Few Days Only.
BUY NOW! DON'T WAIT!
AlflertsroiiA Is M To Be
Tei minus of a Sail. Road.
Wingafe & Stone,
THE SEW CKUISERS.
The Crsiiups Want the
Special to Tiik Astoi:ian1
"Wasiiixgtox, Oct 21. A large
amount of naval construction is now
in the hands of ship building firms,
but it appears to be somewhat embar
rassing to the builders in the matter of
obtaining supplies of material, which
must bo of domestic production. The
number or steel works that can pro
duce largo castings necessary to carry
out certain designs is exceedingly
limited, and they are pressed with;
standing orders, so Uramp has sug
gested to the navy department that he
bo allowed to modify the designs for
the stem and stern posts of armored
crniser No. 2, which provide for mam
moth solid steel castings, in order to
open up a field to other methods of
construction and hasten work up on
A 3Xi:XKCAIV VETERAN COSE.
Doutli of General J. C. Sullivan
S-clal to Tn k Astoui ax
Oaklaxd, Cal., Oct., 21. General
J. C. Sullivan, who commanded a
division under Eosccrans, and who
fought at the battle of Inka, died iu
Oakland this afternoon. At the out
break of the war he went into the
army as colonel of the Thirteenth
Indiana regiment. He was breveted a
brigadier general after the battle of
Kernstown. He died of hemorrhage
and had been sick only a week. Ho
leaves a wifo and daughter. Ho was
a son-in-law of Major-General 31. F.
Ivelly of "West Virginia, and a brother
of Mrs. Burnett, widow or Governor
The funeral will take place Thurs
Spec! U , TlIK ATOIlIAN.l
FoRTii vxd, Oct 21. -James Bennett,
a hostler, aged -12 years, died suddenly
this eveumg of heart disease.
PLEADED GDILTY TO IDBDER
A Girl Wlio Poisoiiefl Two People
Said That Slic Woiiltl Hot Lie.
so sue coxPi:ssi:n jx cuuirr.
Sp"e!al 1 'lhe Uyni'.n n:ES..J
BAiiTiiionu, Oct. 21. IMary Melz-
doriT, agcxl 17 yeats, who killoti her
brother James, and Louisa Broad
water, by putting poison in tho breakfast-
coupo waa arraigned in court to
While the clerk read the indictment
the prisoner s-at sobbing with her head
restiugiu the palms of her hands.
When ho finished reading tho clerk
asked if she was iruilty or not gnilty,
and to the surprise of all she said 'I
For a time silence
onlv lv the sob3
J)o von know
looking up .somewhat amazed, "the
enormity of the crime of which yon
are charged and do you realize tho
'No," she replied, "I do not"
"Then you had belter withdraw
your plea of guilty and enter one of
uot guilty," but Mary wonld not
withdraw it, saying that she would be
telling a lie if she said otherwise. Her
sobbing increased aud all efforts to
get her to withdraw the plea were
Judge Stewart then held a con
sultation with Deputy States Attor
ney Campbell, and then said he
wonld accept the plea and suspend
A Wise CIrl.
Sunday school Teacher Miss
Fanny, what are we to learn from the
parable of the wise and foolish vir
gins? Miss Fanny (aged 10 years). That
wo are always to be on the lookout
for the coming of the bridegroom.
Twenty years ago this winter Adeliua
Patti, in the prime of her youth,
beauty aud genius, took St. Peters
burg captive, and received the coveted
decoration of the Order of Merit from
the emperor's own hand. She will
soon return there to give twelve fare
well appearances, for which sho will
receive SG0,O00, besides a special free
railway train and all expenses for her
self and her suite.
Wo now have tho word ''octopnser."
If you aro a monopolist or a capitalist
then you are an "octopuser." It is a
word that has only existed a few days.
Its friends say that it i3 just as good a
word as "bulldozer."
.Now is the time to test the. best Ca
tarrh, lironchitis, Asthma ami Klieu
matic Cure in the City of Astoria.
Fifty packages of LeKoy's West India
Catarrh Cure, the rcKidar price of
which is STi.00. can he had from .).
V. Conn, the druggist, at S1.00 per
package, thereby saving 1.00. This is
a preparation warranted to cure. Cnll
and get a package, as they go f:ist.
Hcmeniher the place Conn's, oppo
site the Occident Hotel. 3. 1'rown &
Co., Proprietors. Los Angeles, Cal.
P. O. Hox SIC. r.Hunaur-Frank Drug
A student who acted as a waiter at
a White Mountain hotel the past
summer is about to marry the daugh
ter of a family at whoso table he
served. All things come to him who
This is what you ought to haw, in
fact, you must have it, to fully enjoy
life. Th'ius.mds are Marching for it
dailjyaiul mourning because they find
it not. Thousands upon thousands of
dollars are spent annually by our peo
ple in the hope that they may attain
this boon. And yet it may he had by
all. We "tiaranUe tuatEieclrie Hitters,
m . it A 1 al '
if ustHt according to directions and the
usm persisted in, will bring you Cioort
Digestion ami oust the il.mion uyspep-
siaand instead Euncnsy
IjlCpsy. V0 rCCOUl-
mend Electric Hitters for Dyspepsia
and all diseases of Liver, Stomach and
F.idnc3s. Sold at TiOc. ami Sl-00 per bot
tle by J. W. Conn, Druggist.
of the yirl. , Vppn rivnr. 'Plio first slinil frnnsnnrfpl
;" said Judge Stowart ovfirlnncl in tho TTnitpd Shifps fish
A REVOLUTION IMMINENT
Patriotic People in Cnla Ready to
Rise Up in Arms.
FINANCIAL 0EISIS AT HAND.
The Queen of the Antilles is Likely to
Break Away Prom the
Special by Tho United Puess.1
New York, Oct. 21. "It will require
out a spars dropped among the pa
triotic people of Cuba to kindle a fire
of revolution which will wrest the
Queen of the Antilles from the mother
country," said a gentleman -from Ha
vana to day.
Continuing, the Cuban said: "The
island is now in the throes of a com
mercial crisis, which may spread into
a revolution, involving all classes be
fore it is quieted.
"For tho past eight years," he con
tinued, "the financial mis-steps of
Spain havo disastrously affected tho
industries of the island, until ruin and
starvation havo threatened the inhab
itants.' CONVICTS WITH 1ASSES.
Serious Allegations Asrainst n
Sjiecial to Thk ASTOltiAX.1
St. Paul, Opt. 21. Local papers
say that Cole lounger, the noted train
robber, was permitted to go outside
the prison walls at Stillwater on passes
issued by Warden Eandall, and that
other convicts in prison for murder
were allowed to go fishing outside tho
walls and visit women of bad repute.
Aflidavits in support of som& of these
statements were furnished.
Odd I'cl lows' Encampment.
Special to Tub Astoman.
San Fkaxcisco, Oct. 21. The
thirty-sixth annual session of the
Grand Encampment of tho Indepen
dent Order of Odd Fellows of Califor
nia, opened in Odd Fellows hall, in this
city, this morning, with Samuel B.
Smith, grand patriarch, in the chair.
Special to Tiik Astoiiiax.1
Chicago, Oct. 21. The anarchists
are making arrangements to com
memorate with appropriate services
the anniversary of tho hanging of tho
Haymarkct anarchists on November
Sliail In Alaska.
A correspondent of tho New York
Sun, writing of shad in the Columbia,
says: Already they havo migrated
north to tho Alaskan rivers. TJnder
date of Soptember 5, Mr. Woodcock
writes from Fort Wrancrel this season
I that ho has taken several specimens
commission'3 car from the East wero
liberated iu the Sacramento river, Cal
ifornia, whence they have already
journeyed to Southeastern Alaska.
It is said that shad may be taken
every month in tho year in Sacra
mento bay, and that they greatly
exceed Eastern specimens in size.
Nothing could speak more plainly of
tho value of the work of the United
States fish commission than this suc
cessful introduction of a delicious
fish into waters' 3,000 miles distant
from their original environment."
Kiver Improvement at Vancouver.
Captain Cleveland Rockwell and
his crew of men aro in the city with
headquarters at the Esmond hotel,
ana are now engaged m making a
survey of tho river at this point with a
veiw to the removal of tho sand bars
which havo of late obstructed the en
trance to the magnificent harbor lying
in front of onr city. This work will
be done by government appropriation
as soon as the necessary survey has
been made and plans of work pre
pared and approved." Although the
tendency of the main channel is grad
ually changing to this side of the
river, a great volume of water still
keeps its conreo south of Shaw's
island. Tho lleg'mter has it from
good authority that if the Vancouver
people would move in the matter, the
government would consent to a revet
ment of piling being put in near the
ferry landing on the opposite side of
the river. This would send the cur
rent past the city front and soon
wash out the objectionable sand bars.
This is a subject of importance to the
commerce of our city and deserves the
attention of the chamber of commerce
as well as the city council. The
Union Pacific management have ex
pressed themselves in favor of this
mode of removing tho bars, and now
is the time to act. Vancouver Reg
ister. Sunday observance is steadily gain
ing ground in Paris. In the West end
the great majority of tho shops are
closed, and the railway companies
havo lately agreed not to reckon Sun
day in charging for the warehousing
of goods. The postofiices, too, are to
close in future at 6 p. jr. instead of 8,
and the two evening letter deliveries
aro to be abolished.
The quail has begun to respond
to the toast of the season.
The Bmt Man In tlie World.
Well, if not n isiively tlie best, one of the
wisest is he who checks disease at the start
iu his own system. 1 ti preserving or restor
ing the heaven-granted uift of health, lie de
serves profound consideration. Wis ex
ample Is worthv to be imitated. The com
plaints which allict us arc largely attribut
able to a want of tone in the stomach,
either inherent or infllcte I by ourselves
upon that much abused repository of the
food that should nourish us. What Ls its re
quirement in adversity? A wholesome
tonic. None so good, if we rely on exueri-
I (IILU UUU IUOIUIIUIIJ. 0.1 A I UkC L iCl O O lUIUiiCil
miters. Unmedlcated stimulants won't do.
J Regulation, as well as Invlgoratlon of tlie
encc and testimony, as Hosteller's Stomach
oigesuve viscera, is noiio no euectea uy
T iic. -Luruuxuiut: agency uiiuusiomacuic
named, strength of the entire system is re
trenched dyspepsia and biliousness over
come. Malarial, kidney, bladder and
rheumatic complaints are eradicated by
this salutary reformer of 111 health.
rciLiK'ti. itokpu in ha tmnt nt t in mnnt h nF tlm SH.
THE HOUSE APOLOGIZES.
The Message of Ohio's Governor
Special to The Astoria.?.
Columbus, O.. Oct. 21. The house
this morning adopted a resolution as f
the sense of the body that no slight or
insult was intended on the part of the
house in the refusal of of the speaker
to accept the governor's message yes
terday evening and appointing a com
mittee to call upon the governor and
request- that the message again be
sent to the house.
Governor Campbell complied with
The message recommends that tho
legislature pass a law providing for a
non-partisan board of improvement
for Cincinnati to bo appointed by the
mayor, and that an election bo held
He scores tho lobby, which ho says
has been here from Cincinnati in tho
interests of the present board of im
provement, and says their open dec
larations that they are controlling the
legislation ought to be a sufficient in
dication to tho members that the
board is in disrepute and should bo
abolished at once.
TO MARRY AGAIN.
Sequel or a Society Sensation
Special to Tun Astoria.
Fort Worth, Texas, Oct. . 21.
Addie Cnllcn a telephone girl, left
hero last night ticketed through
to New York City, where sho will be
met oy ex-iuayor v. o. jrentueton ana
a second marriage ceremony will be
Mrs. Pendleton No. 1 was granted
a divorce a few weeks since and this
second marriage will close one of the
most sensational society upheavals
known in the history of this part of
Texas. Pendleton has began the
practice of law in New York and has
purchased a home there.
M'AEIFFE TO 60 TO EUROPE,
Deatii of Kate Hart Has diaie!
The Claijiotfs Plans.
TIM MATCH WITH JTEYmi OFF.
Special by Tho United Thess.!
Nkw York, Oct. 21. The sudden
death last week of the actress, Katie
Hart, has entirely changed Jack Mc
Auliffe's plans. Her death has greatly
affected the champion and. his friends
havo advised him to take a trip to
Philip Dwyor, the turfman, will sail
for Europe next month and he has
asked McAulifle to accompany him,
and the champion has accepted his in
vitation. His proposed match with Billy
Meyer, the Streator lad, is off in con
sequence. Tho match had nearly
been made, but the champion says ho
will not enter the ring again for some
time. It is McAuliffe's intention to remain
in England several months and during
that time if some London club, prefer
ably the Pelican, will put up a good
sized purse he may conclude to meet
Jem Carney, the English champion,
with whom he fought to a draw.
He will not consent to fight Carney
unless tho latter will wager at least
5,000 on the outside, on the outcome
of the contest.
Mrs. William Bacon, of Atlanta,
Ga., has a collection of souvenirs
brought from Mount Christus, at
Oberammergan, a little stone two
inches long and half as wide, which
held in a certain position shows tho
profile of Christ. It is a death face,
the drooping mouth, the closed eyes
and the sorrowful brow with its deep
lines portraying the awful agony of
tho crucifixion. Mrs. Bacon, who
owns this strange and curious treas
ure, about which thero seems to be
more or less miraculons history, feels
that it is her mission to exhibit it.
She intends to display it free of
charge in the various clubs for women
i n New York.
The Pacific Journal informs the
public that the Clam Diggers Union
and tho Clam Canning Association,
supposed to be corporations with head
ofiice at Oysterville, are at outs. This
is too bad, and is liable to cause no
end of worriment on the part of
epicures on this side of tho river and
also at other points both in this
country and abroad, for if the diggers
won't dig, the canners can't can, and
as usual a long suffering community
gets the worst of it.
Mis3 Jacobs, an enthusiast in the
Society of Ethical cultnro, is a substi
tute teacher in the workfngnien's
school. Aside from her regular du
ties she has charge of the industrial
classes and gives the little girls in
structions in patching, damning and
miumery worK anu receives no re
muneration whatever for her services.
The school board allows her S3C0 for
supplies but each child is allowed to
keep any present she makes or any
that she trims.
Lawyer Simon Stevens says that
when ho sold the Mariposa grant for
General Fremont the latter realized
Sl,237,500. He urged the general to
put 600,000 into a trust fund. He
was at first inclined to listen to me,
but Mrs. Fremont was full of the idea
thatitconld be invested by him in
speculation, where it would yield hmi
untold millionr, and she carried the
You have heard your friends and neigh
'bors talking about it. Ion may your
self he one of the many who know from
personal exneriencc just how good a
thing it is. If you have ever tried it, you
are one of its staunch friends, because
the wonderful thing about it is, that
when once given trial, Dr. King's New
Discovery ever after holds a place in
the house. If you have never used it
and should he afllicted with a cough,
cold or any Throat, Lung or Chest
trouble, secure a bottle at once and give
it a fair trial. Jt is guaranteed every
time, or money refunded. Trial Hottlcs
Free at J. W. Conn's Drugstore.
(Ms of California and tie Norti
west to Coitine.
BIANY PAGANS LEAVE 'FJHSOO.
A Ve3sal I?rom the Orient Quarantined
at Pori Townsend Exodus
Special bv The United Press.
San Francisco, Oct 21. Negotia
tions looking toward a consolidation
of the California Baseball League are
nearing completion. An amalgama-"
tion is to be formed at once and ar
rangements concluded for the season
The alliance, if completed, will in
clude San Francisco, Oakland, Saora
mento, Stockton, San Jose, Los An
geles, Fresno, San Diego, Portland,
Tacoma, Seattle and Spokane Falls,
making a league of twelve teams.
Inhabitants Leaving It Daily
Special to The Astorian.1
San FnANCisco.Oct. 21. At a meet
ing of the state board of trade this af
ternoon Land Agent Mill3 of the
Southern Pacific Company addressed
tho board giving a description of
the poor condition of affairs in North
Dakota, as related to him by a friend,
who lately traveled through here.
Two hundred thousand people havo
just discovered that the country is
unsuitable for tillage. He had also
been informed by Mr. Collier, of Ta
coma, that the northwestern states are
receiving from 400 to 500 people a day
trom uaKOta. it tjaluorma, on
wheels, would come through, that part
of tho country so that the inhabitants
lof North Dakota could see the mag-
mhcent products of California, it
would be beneficial.
Mills suggested sending two men,
familiar with tho resources of Califor
nia, to meet the cars on the border of
Dakota, to talk to tho visitors. The
suggestion was adopted.
ATV INFECTED VESSEL.
A British nark With ne Bill' ef
Special to Tiik astokiax.1
Port Townsent), Oct 21. The
British bark Rothiemay arrived here
yesterday, fifty-nine days from Shang
hai. When boarded by the health
officer, Captain J. Hayes, acknowl
edged he had no bill of health.
Pressed still further he said that one
of the crew was removed from the ves
sel to a hospital at Shanghai just be
fore tho vessel sailed. He had died of
cholera inside of eight hours. Two of
the men at present on board are suf
fering from ague. The bark has been
A CIIINESE EXODUS.
Five Hundred. Pagans Sail frem
Special to Thk Astokiax.1
Sax Fkaxcisco, Oct. 21. Tho
steamship Belgic sailed for Hong
Kong to-day carrying over 500
Chinese passengers, the largest num
ber this year. Among them were
twenty-eight who were captured while
attempting to enter the United States
in a sloop from British Columbia.
ritOM ACROSS THE RIVER.
Pacific Connly Items Culled' From the
t. A young child of John Howerton's
of Hwaco, died on Saturday last
Large shipments of oysters are sent
each week by tho General Miles. To
have a weekly steamer direct from.
Astoria seems to bring the city al-
most within the harbor.
This week's visitors to the Portland
exposition are Mr. A. S. Bush, Misa
Bertha Mills, Miss Lucy Wilson and
Mrs. Marion. Kev. L. H. Bhoades
and wifo will go from Portland on an
extended visit up the Willamette val
ley. We have been told that more than
one nominee on the democratic ticket
refuses the honor to be slaughtered,
but as our informant was not certain
as to his information we will not men
tion any names, but the democratic
sky i3 certainly cloudy.
Thomas Moonlight mortgaged his
farm for 500 in 1861 and used the
money in raising tho First Kansas
Battery. A year later Case Broderick
joined this battery as a private and
served in it to the end of the war.
The two men are now, by a singular
coincidence, running for congress
against each other.
"Carmen Sylva," the queen of
Konmania, is delighted with Ireland.
She will take home a portfolio of
sketches of picturesque Scotch, Irish
and Welsh scenery.
ADVICE TO MOTIIEKS.
Mas. Wixslow's Soothing Sykut
should always he used for children
teething. It soothes the child, softens
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind
chobc, and is the best remedy for diar
rhoea.'! wen ty-iive cents a bottle.
THC CBT Mm. m
Cubes Promptly asd Fzzxxsextlt
Sore Throat," Swellings, Frost-felt,
Sprains, Braises, Barns, Scalds
THE CHARLES A.V(MELCIl(J6.. SaMnm . M.