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vruh. XXXV, NO. 120.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. U.
County Surveyor of Clatsop County,
Office : lloom No.
?, Kinney's Brick, Aste
rn F. IIA3IILTON,
ATTORNEY' AT LAW,
Astoria, - Oregon.
Office, three doors cast Court House,
Atteraej-at-LaTT: Xotarj Public.
Commissioner of Deeds for "Washington
Territory. Office In Flavors new brick
building. Cor. Secoud and Cass streets.
OKX U. SMITH.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office on Cass street, 2 doors back ol Odd
Fellows Building, Astoria, Oregon.
O,. A. BOWJuBX,
itteracy and Counsellor at Law
ce on Cnenaraus Street, Astoria, Oregon,
A R. KANACA,
ATTORNEY AT LaW.
Ot&ce over Wlilte House Cor., Astoria, Or.
T II. MAXSELL,
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Third Street, flext to V, U, Telegraph Of
fice, Astoria, Or.
Heal Estate and Insurance Agent,
Conveyancer and Notary Public.
112 Benton Street, opposite the Postoluce.
Between Chcnamus & Squemoque Sts.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Once Flarel's new brick building, corner
second and Cass streets ; up stairs.
rR8. A. L. ASWJ. A. FULTON.
Cass street, between 3rd and 4th.
Special attention to Diseases of Women
and Children, by Dr. A, L. Fulton.
Special attention to Surgery, by Dr. J. A.
Office hours from to to 12 a. m and 1 to 4
rR. II. W. STRICKLER,
PHYSICIAN. SURGEON AND DRUKG1ST
In simple cases, charges only for medi
cine. Near tvsnnlce, Clieiiiumis Street. Astoria,
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur.
Office, Room c, Pythian Building.
OEce hours : lo to 12 and 2 to 5.
Residence, Gx Cedar Street.
J R. X1LLKR. 51.
X1LLKR. 51. I.
Graduate of Cleveland Homoeopathic Hos
pital College, aiul Post-Graduate of New
Vert: City Polyclinic School ot Medicine
First and Main sheets, Portland.
IUhcrhch ef Women a Specialty.
1")K, O. B. KSTKS.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Special attention to Diseases of Women
iFf-iou: Opposite Telegraph Office, up
Stairs, Astoria, Oregon.
rR. P. AKEE8,
Rooms 7 aud 8, Flavel's new Brick Build
in: W. T. BURNEV,
U T. AMN
J. W. DEArER.
Burney, Barin & Draper,
;Orcgou City, Oregon.
Twelve years experience as Register of
tueU.S.Land Office here, recommends us
In our specialty ot Mining and all other bus
laess before the Land Office or the Courts,
ud involTing the practice In the General
ffelsei, Lester & Aitaii,
Smrveyors and Architects.
Office, Hook 9, Fulvels Bld'o
FARM'AND DAIRY RANCH TO LET
Twct7 to Tklrty Choice Cow
30 to SO Acres of Fine Meadow
JL Farm ( ltd acres, 4 to 5 acres of orchard
ht ee frette, cenplete farm buildings,
Mir Astoria. OMVeRleBt to sell milk in
fctr. AM faratae tools and dairy appll
ihh. 0e spaa lae Farm Horses and
iraeM. Apply te tkis eSce, or ta'A. H.
Site, wa ae yemtecs, at Woodland Farm
S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
C. P. Upshur,
Shipping and Commission Merchant
Main St. Wharf. Astoria, Oregon.
Barbour's Salmon Net Twines.
NEPTUNE Brand Salmon Twine.
WOODBERRY Cotton Lines andTwlnes
SEINES and NETTING
Of all Description Furnished at
Effected in First Class Companies,
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,-0 TH E o-,
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Open All tie Year 'Roil
THIS POPULAR HOTEL
Is new and clean and beautifully located
on the banks of the Necanicum. within Ore
minutes' walk of
The most pleasant Seaside Resort on the
Northwest Pacific Coast.
Every attention Is paid to the comfort and
accommodation of the guests, and the table
Is supplied -with the very best in season.
Hero are plenty of Clams and Crabs, there
Is game In the woods and plenty of the
finest flsh in the streams.
E. F. NOONAN & CO.
"Water Street, Astoria, Oregon.
TELEPHONE KO. 7. P. 0. BOX 8W
W. F. Scheibe,
Smokers' Articles in Stock.
THE TRADE SUPPLIED.
Special Brands Manufactured to Order.
MAIN STREET. - - Astoria, Or
Thompson & Ross
Carry a Full Line of
Choice Staple and Fancy
Give Us a Call and Be Convinced.
J. B. Wyatt,
Hardware and Ship Chandlery,
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish. Blnacle Oil,
Cotton Canvas, Hemp Sail Twine,
Lard Oil, Wrought Iron Spikes,
Galvanized Cut Nails.
Agricultural Implements, Sewlag
Machines, Faints, Oils,
Magnus G. Crosby
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL.
Iron Pipe and Fittings, 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.
TELEPHONE NO. 43.
A General Express and Delivery Business
Your patronage Is solicited.
. School Taxes.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the taxes for School District. No. 1, for
the year 1890, are due and payable at the
onlce or the clerk on Main street wharf.
The Tar Bell will remain in my hands for
sixty days from date, after which time
those not paid will become delinquent.
By order of the Board ot Directors,
-r r, ,, J. W. CONN. Chairman.
J. G. HUSrLEE. Clerk.
Astoria, Sept. 1th, i860.
Jean Coyle committed suicide at Na
naimo. All tha steam Altera in Chicago an? ou
General ltobertf, a war vtterun. ied
at Rrooklyn, N. Y.
V rich quartz discovery is r-jirted
near Cbilcat, Alank 1.
Juu Corbelt and Davo Carspbell :ire
ag.iin fighting on paper.
A lively election was held iu Switzer
land; blood was spilled.
The Union Pacific and its Chicago
connections nre still ct outs.
Fears for the safety of the British
bark Embleton are entertained.
J. Y. DornBifer, of Kansas City, com
mitted suicide at San Francisco.
Woideman'a brewery nt Nowiwrt, Ky.,
was destroyed by fire; loss $100,000.
Taooma is overrun with toughs and
burglaries are of nightly occurrence.
D. McLeod defeated Tom Mcluerny in
a wrestling match at San Francisco.
Dewey Underwood, a noted wiug shot,
was killed by a train in Kansas City.
Annie Young, a 17-year-old girl, was
asphyxiated by gas in San Francisco.
The BbipSf. Mary iB ashore near Stan
ley; Bbo was in collision off the Horn.
The atriko of telegraph operators in
St. Paul does not nffect San Francisco.
Robert Starr was seriously injured by
a door falling on nIm in San 'Francisco.
A pneumatic tube lino is to bo estab
lished between New York and Philadel
phia. W. S. Wharton, a cbattle mortgage
broker, has skipped from Chicago with
Lawronoo Roach was killed by John J.
Allen in San Francisco. Politics was
The attention of United States dis
trict attorneys is called to the new lot
A young man named Neill was acci
dentally killed while deer hunting near
It is reported that President Harrison
will make a place for ex-CongTessman
Baker, of Indiana.
Peter White, an old man, has been
held to answer in Portland for passing
Barnum's circus train was wrecked
near Macon, Ga.; two men and several
horses were killed.
The Commonwealth Banking and In
vestment Company incorporated at Port
land; capital S500,000.
Kicking Horse, the Sioux chief is said
to bo responsible for the trouble at the
Standing Rock agency.
Mrs. Margaret Gautl was killed and
her daughter seriously injured by a run
away in "Washington.
James B. Elam denies authenticity
of interview in regard to the president's
aspirations for a re-election.
The government has been Bued by an
inventor for use of a patent cassion gate
at the Mare Island navy yard.
Two teams of crack ball players
leave Chicago to-day for the Pacific
coast, playing in all principal citie.
Ex-Secretary Whitney has his eye on
Senator Evarts1 seat in the senate and
will ultimately aspire for the presidency.
Comment is excited by the fact that
ex-President Cleveland who has been a
week in Washington has not paid his re
spects to President Harrison.
Additional Telegraph on Ftnirlh Paye.)
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Accounts of Banks, Banker and Corpora
Our facilities for COLLECTIONS are excel
lent, aud we re-dlscount for Banks when
balances warrant It.
Boston Is a Keserve City, aud balances
with u from Banks (not located in other
Keserve Cl les) count an a reserve.
We draw our own exchanp.o on I.ondon
and the Continent, and make cable transfers
and place money by telegraph throughout
the united States and Canada.
We have a market for prime, flrst-class
Investment Securities, and Invite proposals
from States. Counties and Cities when Is
We do a general Banking Business, and In
ASA P. POTTER, PresldenL
JOS. W. WORK, Cashier.
A LDERBRO OK
A Few Days Only.
BUY NDW! DON'T WAIT!
Aliertrotii Is are To Be
Terminus of a Bail Bbatl,
Wingate & Stone.
For Sale Cheap.
TEN OK TWELVK HORSE POWER
A. pnHn .nd boiler in cood order,
mounted. Apply to
C. P. Z1GLEK
ASTOKTA, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29,
PROPHET MM HORSE
TIib Slonx G&ier BesDonsiblB For All
HE MADE A VISIL'TO UEAVEff-
Thero Are no Fears of an Uprising
But Thero is Great Trouble
at the Agency.
BisirARCK, N. D., Oct. 2S. "Kicking
Horse," the great Sioux prophet,
seems to lo responsible for most ol
tbo trouble at the Standing llock
agency. He claims to lmvo veiled
heaven and returned to earth to I ell
tbo Indians what good things arc iu
store for thein.
Major McLaughlin ordered him- off
the reservation and, confined several
other tronblesorae spirits in the guard
bouse as tbo ludians have boon rank
ing day and night hideous.
''Kicking Horse' is cunning enough
xvitb prophetic utterances. He telh
them tbev must not kill the whi:c, as
the great spirit would take care ol
them. He declares the lirao will toon
come when the Indians will ocenpy
tbo cnrlh to the exclusion o tha
If it were spring instead of the fall
there would b3 danger of an uprising,
but it is not believed one will now
occur. "Sitting Bull" is doing all he
can to foment the disturbauce.
An Affed Counterfeiter.
Special to Thk Astouiax.J
Portland, Oct 28. Myron P.
"White, an old man who was arrested
in Jast Portland for passing counter
feit money, was subjected to an ex
amination in the United State3 com
missioner's court this morning, which
resulted in the prisoner being held
to await tbo action of tbo federal
grand jury and in default of bonds
fixed at S2.500 be was committed to
the county jail.
The Ticw Orleans murder.
Special to Thk Astouia1
New Obleaxs, Oct. 28. The pre
liminary examination in the Hennessy
assassination case was postponed in
definitely on motion of the district at
torney, that the prisoners be remanded
without bail. Two guns were ft mud.
by the street gangs this morning in
the vicinity of the killing. They, no
doubt, wore used bv the assassin..
. - J
Another limiting- Fatality- j fjhe snperintendent received private
Special to Tmc Astohmn 1 ; ,. tche3 from Sl Paul tllIs m0rning
HuuKEirE, Ca!.. Oct. 28 A yuiiugi ' ..... , .. . . ,
man named .Veil', while deer hunting tolinK ""? tbe slnke is not counten
trifh . mnrmi.m nmiilmitnllv k.llr-d anccd by tbo older and more expen-
bimself with a rifle about ten miles
down the coast from here- While
climbing ovor the rocks the hammer
of the gnu is supposed to have canbl
and the rifle was discharged.
Knocked a Hole i::
Special to The Astoiua:.
nis skull, j
San Francisco, Oc.. 2.S. A f.ily.
pound door fell down :m elevator
shaft to-day knocking a bole in the
skull of Robert Starr, a tobacco niau,
who is dangerously if not fnlnlly in
jured. A Brewery Kuril ctl.
Special to The Astok an!
Cincinnati, Oct. 2S. A fire in
George WeidemairH brewery at "New
port, Ky.. last niglii. cle-lroTcd a wate-;
house contaiuiirg 100.RCO bushels of
barley aud malL Lo, S10J.000: in-
ADVICE TO sotmkki.
Mns. Winslow'3 Sooihino hvi:i r
should always be usal tr clinch 11
teething. II xwtln-s tin H11W. -o '.
the gums. allay all jmiii, .Mir.- mmI
chnhc, ami I.n tin U-xl n h:imJ f..r.hs.r-rFireu.Ti,nty-n'n:i
Livcs of rich men ot"t remind us,
Wo, if with n million blessed,
Might, departing, leave bobiml us
Wills for BOiueone lo content.
Uticlilcti Arnira Sain.
Thk IIust 5-ai.vk in tin worli! tor
Cuts Bruise-, bores, I'lcer.-, isiit J!h.
um, Fever Sons, feller. Cliaptiiil
Hands, Chilblains Cunts and all Shin
Eruptions, and po-iilwlv rurw, Piles,
or no pay requ red. It is gtmranltvd lu
?;ivi' perfect s.Uisr.:clii.n, or iuoih-j i
unded. riee'J.'i a-nls jcr bi. al'r
sale by ,1. W. nn:.
Astoria National Bank
IS NOW OPEN FOR
GENERAL BOEING BUSINESS
Accounts of Firms smil Individual Solic
ited on Favorable J crin.
Interest naid on llnu Deposits. Money
Loaned on Personal aud Real state .se
curity. Foreign and Domestic Fxehanse boufiht
C. T. Edec, President.
John flobson, Vice Pres.
A. 15. EdcC) C .jl'!er.
D. IC. Warren. 1 iir..,
C. S. AVrijrltt. j W"-or.
Morgan & Sherman
i.J It .li'Tx II
Special Attention Given to Filling
A ri.L UfiJE CARRIED
111l Mipp'l.-c furiiLstit-tt ..t MatU-
Pureli.W'. dc!ivT-j iu :ui jiart ot the ctty
0 ffi.ee and Wareliouse
in Hiniies Ne ItUilithiK W;tter Strnet.
P O. m)X lis Tfipi.Jiottr No :rr
Many Imitate, None Excel
KILLED OVER POLITICS.
A Fatal Quarrel In a San Fran
Special to Tick Astoria J
Sax Fraxcisco, Oct. 28. Lawrence
.Roach, a republican saloonkeeper and
a politician, was shot and instantly
killed to-night by John J. Allen, a
democrat. Roach and seven persons
registered from one room in the rear
of his saloon and bad been cited to
appear before tbo election commis
sioners. Allen was the principal wit
ness against them. Ho showed that
there was only one bed for eight per
sons lo occupy.
This created bard feelings and
about 9 o'clock lvoacb attacked Allen,
who is crippled, -with a knife. Allen
tried to run away after being cut
twice in the bead, but when be found
his pursuer gaining on him ho turned
aud shot him.
.XX OLD SOLDIER f.ONC.
ticntii of General Roberts
rirooltlyii N. Y.
S,.ccl.il to Ti:k AsTOniAX.1
New York, Oct 28. General Kob
erls died in Brooklyn lato last night
Ho was 72 years old and enlisted as a
private in the U. S. army moro than
half a century ago. He served iu the
Indian and Mexican wars and iu the
NEth Eegiment, New York Volun
teers. Ho was a warm personal friend
of Lincoln. Grant aud McGlcllan.
General Bobertawas appointed post
inasterpr Brooklyn by President Lin
cobi and served 'in that position for
"'cuglis in Tacoiim.
rf irrial to Tub AsToniAN.
Tacoma, Oct. 28. This city is
crowded with a very tough element,
and not a night passes without a bur
glary or an attempted one. The police
are arresting suspicious characters and
ordering many to leave the city.
THE STRIKING TELEGRAPHERS
Sau Francisco M Affectei by Tie
THE STRIKERS XKIV 11 AX US.
special by Tun Usim- Pukss
San Fkvncisco. Oct. 28. Inquiry
among telegraphers employed in the
Western Union office in this city,
and at tho office of Superintendent
Jayiies discloses no signs of a strike
or other trouble resulting from tho
walkout of brother Iflfed men at St.
enccu nanus :.r.l is tncreroro giving
tlieolHcc but Hillti trouble. Busiuess
has been returned.
St. Path., OcL 28. Tin- Western
! Unio:i oiui'c in is city gives no signs
! of a strike, almost a f;t!l fere: is at
ri;iC 80VEKX9ZSNT SPED.
A Ciivjou Hale Causes
Suit In 'Frisco.
Sicci.l to Tin: astokian.I
San Franowco, Oct. 28. -Some time
ago George S. Shields, of ibis city, in
vented a gale fcr ibe uso of floating
caissons and received si patent on the
same. At the time of putliufi in place
the caisson at the entrance to the
! stono dock at Mare Island the cate
ono uocjc at Mare
invented by Shields
vmdi no compcirc
was utilized for
ation was offered
by the government. Suit has been
instituted by Shields aud damages
ashed for the govermenl's infringe-
roenl of his patent.
ilUTin VITK THE COIN.
A Chicago Broker Leaves Credit
ors lit a Lurch.
Speeia' to Tint Astokian.I
Chicago, OcL 28. W. S. Wharton,
a cbattle mortgage broker, has left the
cily and creditors, whose accouutswiU
amount to $30,000. His two heaviest
victims are the United States Loan
Company and tho Chicago Trust and
Saving's Bank. Ho owes the first
named institution $16,000 and
bank 26,000. It is belioved he
fled to Canada.
Suicide at TVauaimo.
Special to The AstoriA.t.1
Victoria, B. C. Oct 28.-It was
reported here to-day that John Coyle
of Nonaimo, cut bis throat in that city
last night and died from the effects of
From Tar Cathay.
Special to Tue Astouiax.
Vancouver, B. C, Oct, 28. The
steamship Abyssinia arrived to-day
from China with a full cargo, twenty
six passengers and 110 Chinese.
A Snfo Investment.
Is one which is guaranteed lo hring
yon satisfactory results, or in case of
failure a return of purchase pi ice. On
this safe plan you can buy from our
advertised druggist a hottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption.
It is guaranteed to hring relief in every
case, wlien used for any affection of
Throat, Lungs orr Chest, such as Con
sumption, .Inflammation of Lungs,
Bronchitis, Asthm 1, Who'opingCoui:h,
Croup, etc., etc It is pleasant and
agreeable to taste, perfectly safe, and
can always lie depended upon. Trial
bottles free at JW. Conn's drugstore.
Tommy Look nt my top, Jenny,
just look at her spin!" Jenny "Why
do you call it a "her," Tommy?
Tommy Humph! I guess you
couldn't buy a boy for five cents!
Now Is the time to test the best Ca
tarrh. Bronchitis, Asthma and Kheu-
matic Cure in the Cily nf Astoria.
Fifty packages of Le. oy's West India
Catarrh Cure, the regular price of
which is $3.00. can be had from .1.
W. Conn, the druggist, at $1.00 .per
package, thereby saving 4.00. This is
nrenaratinu warranted to cure. Call
Co., Proprietors. Los Angeles, iai.
P. O. Box 892. Blumanr-Frank Drug
gossip ra Washington!
Ex-Secretary WMtney Has large
OLETELAtfD StfTJBS HABRISOH.
The Ex-President Does 2Tot Pollow
Ouatoms Eumora Political and
Special by The Uxited Puess 1
Washington, Oct. 28. It is no
longer a secret that Ex-Secretary
Whitney is looking for a seat in the
United States senate and tbat bo
aspires to succeed the venerable Mr.
Evarls, whose term will expire on the
third of next March.
Mr. Whitney has his eye on the
presidency as bis ultimate destiny,
but he is not yet ready to movo and
wilt allow Cleveland and Hill to figbt
it out next time and use the senator
ship as a stepping stone.
A gentleman who is in tbo confi
dence of Mr. Whitney arrived here
from New York to-day and said that
Colonel Lamont is managing tho
Whitney campaign with the greatest
ability, and that as sure as the dem
ocrats got a majority in the legisla
ture this wintor, bo will be elected.
Colonel Lamont, as everybody
knows, is a skillful politician and has
a very thorough acquaintance with
New York democrats, particularly
thoser in the country districts. Mr.
Whitney has furnished him with all
tho money he needs to carry on tho
campaign and the democratic mem
bers of the next legislature will find
themselves almost unanimously under
obligations to the ex-secretary of the
SOME POLITICAL RUMORS.
A Supporter of .Harrison to Be
Rewarded at Last.
Special to The astobiak.
"Washington, Oct. 28. Ex-Congressman
Baker, of Indiana, dropped
into "Washington and was away again
unawares to tho public here.
Baker served three successive con
gressional terms, being succeeded by
William H. Calkins, who is now a
prominent senatorial aspirant in the
state of "Washington. Baker was also
a delegate to the convention that nom
inated Harrison for the presidency,
aud is tho only Indiana republican
who supported Harrison at Chicago
who lias not" been substantially re
warded.. It is rumored here this
morning that Baker came to "Washing
ton at President Harrison's request,
and an Indianan, high in official life,
says that tho president has it in mind
to appoint Gresham to tho supreme
bench vacancy, put Judge "Woods, of
the district court, in lireshams pres
ent position as United btates circuit
judge, and elevate Baker to "Woods'
Before his departure Air. "Woods'
manner indicated that bis visit bad
been thoroughly satisfactory.
EXCLUSIVE ,R. CLEVELAND.
lie lias ftot Yet Called on Presi
Hpf Cl.ll to The AsroniAN.l
"Washington, Oct 28. Tbo repub
licans here are criticising Ex-President
Cleveland because he ba3 not
paid a visit to tho "White House. He
came to Washington on Tuesday last
to nrgue a case before the supreme
court and has spent most of bis tune
since his arrival in the rooms usually
occupied by Senator Hiscock at the
Arlington hotel. It has been cus
tomary for ex-presidents visiting
Washington to call upon their suc
cessors promptly for the purpose of
paying their respects, but so far as
known the president and Mr. Cleve
land have not even exchanged saluta
tions. A BOGUS INTERVIEW.
Tlic President Said Nothing as
Regards a Rc-Elcction.
Special to Tub AstobianI
"Washington, Oct 28. A special to
the Post from Indianapolis sajs:
John B. Elam, a former law part
ner of the president, has just returned
from a trip to the Pacific coast
During bis abscence an alleged in
terview with him was published, in
wbicb he was reported as saying that
the president would not be a candi
date for re-election and giving other
information concerning the presidents
To-day Mr. Elam was asked as to
the authority for tho alleged inter
view. Ho said: "It so happened tbat
I have not spoken to President Har
rison on any subject for about a year
and have never at any time beard him
say one word as to hi3 wishes or pur
poses with respect to the election of
1892, nor do I, from any source, know
anything as to what bo desires or in
tends. The New Lottery Law.
Special by Tho Uxitkd Pbess.!
"Washington, Oct 28. Attorney
General Miller has sent a circular
letter to all the United States district
attorneys calling attention to the new
lottery law witb a suggestion that they
sparo no enort in its enforcement.
Similar instructions have been sent
to the United States marshals.
The Way Made Clear.
One of the most set ious obstacles to suc
cess in the way of man is planted right in
the middle ot the road to health. Uow to
restore and to maintain a regular habit of
body aud digestion Is too often a sourcs of
needless and unhappily, of vain inquiry. It
is not necessary to inveigh ngainst drastic
puigaitves. 'iney wuo nave useu tnem con
tinuously know the consequence. A remedy
which unites the action of a regulating med
icine fur the bowe's with that of a tonic
both lor those organs, the liver and the
htomach, is Uo3tetter'3 Stomach Bitters,
sanctioned by the best medical authority,
and receiving daily the indorsement of our
fellow countrymen. With this effectual,
though gentle, laxative at hand, it is possi
ble to defy those changes of temperature
productive of constipation, as well as con
stitutional attacks of biliousness, which be
set even people naturally healthy. Malaria,
dyspepsia, rheumatism and kidney troubles
are remedied and prevented by the Bitters.
FIGHTING IS THE PAPERS.
Corbett and Campbell Bluffing:
at Each Other.
Special to The Astokian .1
San Fbancisco, Oct. 28. Jim Cor
bett has prepared another letter for
Dave Campbell of Portland, Or., in
which he offers the latter to fight for
the entire gate receipts if he will meet
him at any time in any place.
PortiiANd, Oct. 28. In reply to
Jim Corbett's challenge to Dave
Campbell to fight for the entire gate
receipts, Campbell hasissued the fol
lowing above his signature: "Seeing
that Jim Corbett, the would-be cham
pion, is anxious to gain back the
laurels he lost to me last winter, I will
meet him in any club that will put up
a purse for a finish fight if Corbett
will come to my weight, 165 pounds.
I hope this will satisfy this statue
BLOOD WAS SUED.
Liivcly Times at an Election in
SDeclal to The AstorianI.
Bebne, Oct. 28. A dispatch from
Frebourg states that the result of the
elections there on Sunday was pro
ductive of much ill feeling. The radi
cals accused the conservatives of falsi
fying tho ballot. Charges and coun
ter charges were made to-day, and the
trouble culminated in a serious con
flict. Tho radical reports from Lug
rane'state that fighting occurred to
day between the troops and disaffected
liberals and some blood was shed.
Still at Outs.
Special to Tnc Astoria.
Chicago, Oct. 28. So far as learned
to-day nothing has been done toward
settling the differences between tho
Union Pacific and its Chicago connec
tions. Tho outlook is still for the
severance of relations between them
on the first of November.
CRACK BASEBALLISTS COMING-.
Two Teams of Eastern Players to
Visit tie Pacific Coast.
I'OltTZAXD IS IX THE
Special uv The United Press.
Chicago, Oct 28. Comisky has de
cided to take two ball teams to the
Pacific coast and will leave to-morrow.
He will captain one and Mike Killey
may lead the other. The players in
clude also Mark Baldwin, Kyan, Alc
Phee, Harrington and Khines. The
teams will play in Lincoln, Denver,
Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Leadville,
Cheyenne, Salt Lake City, Boiso City,
Portland, Seattle and Tacoma. Then
they will bead for San Francisco and
enter on an extended stay there, after
wards going South through Texas and
disband in St. Louis about January
3IARINE NEWS AND NOTES.
The steamer Gen. Miles arrived
from Shoalwater bay yesterday.
The steam schooner Alliance ar
rived in from Gray's harbor yesterday,
witb a miscellaneous cargo and left
up the river.
The American bark Coloma, and
the British ships Principality and
Mount Carmel are expected down
the riwr to-day.
The steamship Queen, Capt H. S.
Ackley, is due to sail for San Fran
cisco this morning. She will carry
considerable freight from here.
The little steamer li. P. Elmore
arrived from Tillamook yesterday with
1,013 cases of salmon. She left again
last evening with supplies for the can
nery. The four-masted German bark
lienee Rickmers will clear to-day.
She completed her cargo yesterday,
and among other things put on board
were 20,701 cases of salmon.
The American ship Patrician
cleared at the custom house yesterday.
She will go to Falmouth or Queens
town for orders, and will probably sail
to-day. For cargo sho has 29,521 sacks
ot wheat, of which 10,711 sacks were
loaded here and the remainder at Port
land. The total valne of the cargo is
Tho barge Hercules on which coal
from the British ship Alcinous was
being lightered sprang a leak at the
Union Pacific wharf yesterday and be
fore relief in the shape of the tug boat
Wallowa arrived had settled nearly
to the deck. The pumps of the tug
were put to work, however, and the
barge kept above water. The tug
proved inadequate to keep the vessel
clear and as the water continued
gaining another tug was put to work
pumping, but still the water gained
on them, and as a last resort Eescue
Engine Jtfo. 2 was set to work. All
last night the steamers pumped and
it is thought that by this morning the
barge can bo beached for repairs.
We desire to say to our citizens that
for jears we have been selling Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
Dr. King's New Life Pills, Bidden Ar
nica Salve and Electric Bitters, and
have never handled remedies that sell
as well, or that have given such univer
sal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to
guarantee them every time, and we
stand ready to refund the purchase
price, if satisfactory results do not fol
low their use. These remedies have
won their great popularity purely on
their merits. J. W. Conn, Druggist.
Sunday school teacher My little
girl, what must you do to be forgiven?
L. G. bin, sir I
A. A. Jordan, champion hurdler of
America, and holder of the American
record for running 120 yards over 3 feet
Ginch hurdles, says:
"I have for a great many years used
Aixcock's Porous Plasters, partic
ularly during the training season. I
find that if 1 am affected in back or
loins with any kind of a pain or strain,
that Aixcock's Porous Piasters in
stantly afford relief. For pains in tho
body, the result of a severe cold, nothing
can heat Aixcock's Plasters. 1
would certainly recommend theplasters
to any athlete who is suffering with
soreness or stiffness while in training."
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DISASTEES ON" THE OOEAH".
Suicide of a Young Man Who Was
Out of Luck Another Mining
Discovery in Alaska.
Special by the United Pkes3.
New York, Oct. 28. Arrange
ments are being made for the laying
of a double pneumatic line between
New York and Philadelphia. Between
these two cities and all intermediate
points it is expected that letters, news
papers and small packages will be
whirled at a rate of four mile3 a min
ute. A SS11P ASHOBE.
Collision Off the Hera..
much Damage Dene.
Special to Thr Astorian.1
San Francisco, Oct. 28. Advices
from Stanley dated October 21st, re
port tho ship St. Mary ashore on Au
gust 16th and she will be a total
wreck. The captain is dead. '
Arrangements had been made with
two schooners to save the cargo for
40 per cent, of the value recovered, as
the vessel was lying in an exposed
position and salvage is difficult
The ship bad been in collision with
a painted port ship when offtheHorn.
She was run into with some violence
and tho colliding vessel lost her bow
sprit and jibboom, beside other dam
age being done. The St. ifarywas
also badly damaged and was running
back for repairs when lost.
LONG OVER DUE.
Fears for the Safety of the Ship
Special to The Astobian. J
San Francisco, Oct 28. The
British ship Embleton, Captain Ben
nett, from Adrossau for Puget sound,
is now out 481 days and fears are en-
J tertained for her safety.
After various mishaps she was last
spoken on July 12th of this year,
1,600 miles west of San Diego.
DOWN ON HIS LUCK.
Why a Young man Committed
Suicide in 'Frisco.
Special to Thk astokian.I
San Fbancisco, Oct 28. J. W.
Dornsife, a son of a former mayor of
Kansas City, committed suicide to
night in a fit of despondency over his
He had been wild for years and not
being able to get any more money
and having pawned all hi3 jewelry he
became tired of life.
more Riches in Alaska.
Special to The Astoiuan.1
Victoria, B. C, Oct 28. Captain
Carroll, who is now in this city, re
ports as the principal item of Alaska
news he has been told is the discovery
of a rich quartz vein at Burners bay,
in the direction of the Chilcat district
by John Bernhardt's prospectors.
Bernhardt recognizing the value of
the quartz has bought a claim and will
at once proceed to develop it
Beer And. Gas.
Special toTiiK AsToniAx.I
San Francisco, Oct 28. Annie
Young, seventeen years old, and a
pickle factory girl, was found dead in
bed to-day, asphyxiated by gas. She
went to bed drunk from beer.
A New Corporation.
Special to The Astobian. I
PobtijAnd, Oct 28. This afternoon
articles were filed in the county clerk's
office incorporating the Common
wealth Investment and Banking Com
pany, with a capital of 50,000.
A Case Compromised.
Special :o The Astorian.1
Londonv Oct 28. The charge of
assault brought by Edward Cousins
Gibson, against Sir Thomas Freake,
two other men and a woman has been
Colonel A. H. Stone, of Knappa, waa
in the city yesterday.
G. B. Keed, of L03 Angeles, Califor
nia, was among yesterday's arrivals.
Henry Goldman and wife, of Chi
cago, signed at the Occident yester
day. Frank Spittle returned last evening
from a trip through the eastern states.
He is still single.
Capt Flavel and daughter Nellie
returned last evening from a visit of a
week in Portland.
Mrs. Captain E. P. Parker, who has
been very ill with typhoid fever, is
improving a little.
G. E. Terger, president of the "His
tory of Oregon" company, arrived in
this city last evening.
Brier, But To The JPeiat.
I had rheumatism all over my body
for two years. Doctored with eminent
Shysicians, and spent three months in
eel City Hospital. Four bottles of
Hibhard's Rheumatic Syrnp entirely
curedjne. The greatest medicine in
the world. Charles Kowe, Baldwin,
Every word of the above is true. T.
Heffernan, Druggist, Baldwin, Mich.
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