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VOL. XXI, NO. 68.
ASTORIA, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1884.
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NEWS FROM ALL POINTS.
THE EGYPTIAN QUESTION.
London, June 23. It is officially
announced thnt on June lGth Graii
Tille, foreign secretary of state, ad
dressed a note to Waddington,
French minister, the substance of
whieu "was as follews: ''Kngland un
derrates to "withdraw her troops fi am
gypt, at the beginning of 18S3, in
case tbe.poTvws consider such with
drawal possible without endangering
public prder. The allied authority
in Egypt utter 1885 will have a con-
, sultative voice in regard to the budg-
:et, and have-tht right to veto any in
crease of expenses on the part of the
. jBpvjjrnment.. It shall continue to
exercise the right of finuncial inspec
tion after the evacuation of the coun-
J. try by tKe -English, in order to insure
the regular collection of revenue.
England also undertakes during her
ocoupation to propound a scheme to
the porle and the powers for the neu
tralization of Egypt, like Belgium,
andfor neutralizing the Suez canal."
laftely "Waddington gave assurance
of -the satisfaction with which Franco
notices the points suggested by Gran
ville. "France," ho said, ''accepts
Granville's proposal, and testifies to
England's moderation, and friendly
spirit, whioh it believes will strength
en the bonds thnt bind the two coun
tries." WILL AHKANGK A TKKVTY.
- Ottawa, Juno 23. It is reported
the government will arrange a recip
rocity treaty with tho United States,
shortly to be made public. Tho new
treaty will follow the lino of tho for
mer reciprocity tieaty, admitting na-j
tional products and some articles in i
the early stajies of manufacture!
The defeat of the Morrison tariff bill Park, June 23. Twenty deaths
in the United States houe of repre- from cholera occurred at Toulon, yes
seutatives is stated to be lnrrjeh dueiterday. It is feared there will be a
to a renewal of negotiations. panic
mackay wants to KKi'iiEsHvr nt.- J The reports of cholera at Toulon
vada. ' are officially confirmed. Troops and'
San Francisco, June 23.- It is re. j dock laborers i are ohielly attacked. It
ported that the recent visit or Mr. 1S Pronouuce,d Asiah? plera. Quar-
Mackay to this coast was to lay wires hue J" been established every-
- -fnr- ,q DQnf0i .fcf ;.. vi.n,in where. .Tho news caused a sensation
The possession of boundless wealth
and the charms of world-wido noto
riety have ceased to satisfy Mackay's
soaring spirit, and he longs to crown
his career with official dignity. The
seat which Mackay desires is now oc
cupied by Jones, who of course is a
candidate for re-election, and the
conlest between these money kings
promises to be the most lavish ''sack
clash" in the history of Nevada, and
this is saying a good doaL Besides
his own ample resources Jones will
be backed by the great monopoly in
terests of the country, and if die he
must he will die hard. Mackay has
always maintained a nominal resi
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dence in Nevada, although in fact he j
uvea m JMew xorK ana irans. it is
said thatrhe will throw into the oon-
tept all jthe money that may be needed i
to win, and the fight, if it should!
come off, will certainly bo an exciting
and shameful one. Nevada grows
leaner and leaner month bv month.
Tepopulation of Virginia City has j
uwmcuea to jess man o,uuu anu an
th6ther townB are down grade aB
weU. The statehood of Nevada is a
miserable farce,and its failure affords
a vexatious problem.
WILI. NOMINATE TILDEN ANrHOW.
Washington, June 23. A promin
ent Democratic senator who return
ed rom. a "visit to "Washington, says:
"It looks Tery much as though Tam
many hall intends making trouble for
the Democratic, party at Chicago.
While I favor the nomination of
Bayard, and believe him the strong
est man by nil odds that we could
select, I am certain that a very large
majority of the Democrats in New
York 'desire Cleveland nominated.
Tammany went to the Saratoga con
ye4ipByandwas given1 greater repre
- aefttatlon than she originally demand
ed. The organization took part, and
acquiesced in everything. T have
good -information that Tammany is
now working to secure the repeal of
ta&-rule; adopted by the state
:BWhy did not the Cleveland men
instruct for him at Saratoga if they
were in a pronounoed majority tasked
."For the excellent reason that it
was inexpedient to attempt to in
struct the delegation. Had instruc
tions been attempted undoubtedly
there would have been some opposi
tion and straightway the report would
bite "-"been circulated that the New
York democracy was divided. As it
was Tammany was admitted with a
TSrfa representation than it expected,
anJtEey adopted the unit rule. No
ls&gaagdcau too strongly condemn
thejjersistent hostile attitude of Tam-maay-
to the known wishes of the
IktdoratiQ voters of New York. Not
withstanding Tammany's conduct I
believe Cleveland's friends will he
able to hold out against the organiza
tion successfully, and that he will be
nominated upon the second or third
TILDEN TO BE NOMINATED.
New YoBKf June 28. Truth, in a
doable leaded editorial, urgos the
democracy to insist on Tilden's uomi
nitiom It -says Cleveland cannot
command the-support of the jarring
faijions. His veto of the live cent
faevbUl has been so adroitly used
Bjpunst'him among the working men
of this oity,that it is an insurmounta
;tle ebstaola Tilden must be nominated,-either
with his consent or with
ont it The consequenoe can be safe
blet with-theAlmighty. Ho is the
onlyPemocrat who can be elected.
-Sax IfKiscKbo, June 23. -There is
growing feeling here among Domo--""
erafe-tb&fcthe presidential nomina
tion must be forced upon Tilden.
MEQTOirominent Democrats say that
the division among the Republicans
in tuO'-east over Blaine's candidacy
affords the democrats a supreme
opportunity, ancLthat it is the duty of
Tuden,, as the pre-eminent Democrat
dW4Iie nation, .and the only man
wJio6 nomination would please overy
hoiyrto ireaansidechiB refusal Jo be
q AfiTirJidate. This feel in c has been
atmjptitkly reinforced by tho publica
tion tnis aiternoon ot an tuuonui
fri&iwewCYdrk Truth, showing
tjbfttlhfTipsiination will be forced
WHAT JOHN KELI.T WILL DO
World's "Washington special: It is
reported among Democratic congress
men and others here that John Kelly
and Tammany hall have called a meet
ing pf prominent Democrats in 2sew
York this week for the purpose of
consultation regarding the' presiden
tial nomination. The movement is
supposed to be intended a3 the in
auguration of opposition to Cleve
land's nomination, and is alleged to
be incited by a desire to justify a re
ellion against the unit rule in the
New York delegation, in case a ma
jority of the delegates should be
folind to favor Cleveland. It is not
known who are invited, but as Mor
risson, Carlisle, Bayard and Dor
sheimer are said to be among the
number, the conclusion is reached
that the conference is to be mainly
nude up of free trade Democrats.
THE UE0KLE5S AND CN'SCIJCPCLOCS
Xr.w York, June 23. Herald edi edi
eorial: "The west, the most reckless
and unscrupulous elements of the
west, have now seized control of the
effete and corrupt republican party.
Blaine is the candidate of the section
al south and the rowdy elements. Let
the democrats appeal, by the men
they nominate, to the whole ceuntry:
to the east, to the middlo states, and
tho south, as well as to the conserva
tive elements of the west-, whioh were
ridden down, rough shod, the other
day by the nomination of Blaine and
Logon. It is better tor tho country,
the people of the wholo Union, to de
cide this question now at the ballot
box peacefully, than later with their J
iiJJin m i iii;x& imuiiTi.
ASIATIC CUOLKRA IN FRtXCK.
Tho ministry of commerce has is
sued notice that the cholera at Tou
lon is sporadic, and not Asiatic; that
it is duo to local infection, and there
fore confined to the place of its ori
gin. Eight thousand persons left
Toulon yesterday. A camp has been
formed for the occupation of the na
vy creufl, and the pupils of tho pub
lie schools, have been dismissed. At
Marseilles there is a cholera scare.
Orders have been issued to bury im
mediately corpses of cholera victims,
in deep trenches, which will be cov
ered with chloride of lime. No bod
ies will be allowed to bo taken to
New York Doesn't Ran The Country.
jriie position of the Republican
press of New York Oity, wliilo dis
tressing the patriotic proprietors and
able editors of tho journals ?hioh
cannot stomach Blaine, is pleasing to
the rest of the country It demon
strates the provincialism of the press
of the largest city of the Uxiion.
Those journals tried to bully the Ee-
I publican convention, and failed badly.
I The New York editors believed that
j the representatives of the party would
I not dare to nominate a man opposed
j to them, and in that belief they went
so far that they left themselves no
path for retreat They cooked for
themselves not a dish of crow, but a
dish of carron. It is to their credit
as journalists that they refuse to sit
down to the consumption of the meas;
but the fact has been borne in upon
them that New York Cityloes not rule
the country. It is only one of many
cities not the capital of America.
The Chicago convention, in nomi
nating Mr. Blaine, gave New York a
particularly lucid notification that it
is not the Union. It is a startling
and a disagreeable notification, but it
is a true one. The country is too
big, the Bepublican party is too big,
to be ruled by one town. No doubt
the lesson is distasteful, but it was
needed. The anger of the New York
Bepublican press is understood. Its
opposition to Mr. Blaine is born of
pique. It will be a pleasure to the
Bepublican masses to show how little
they care for the advocacy or opposi
tion of a set of newspapers which
have had the presumption to assume
tho power of dictating the nominee
to the party. But it would be foolish
to try to sneer away the effects of this
newspaper hostility. It is formidable
and New York may go againstBlaine.
Her electoral votes elected Mr. Gar
field, but they will not decide the con
test this year.
French and American Candies
licry inoruing, from the
Carnahan & Co.
T. W. CASE,
I.MI'OH'lKKM ANU W1I0LE3ALK ANU
UK ('AIL DEALERS IX
'mei ctuttroa,j end Cas btreets.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON
W. E. DEMENT & CO,
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON
Carry in Stock,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS; TOILET
Prescriptions carefully Compounded
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
LtrataM, Stckache, Headache,Toottche,
Mara. Scildi. Frot Bite.
150 ALL OTHXB BOMLT FUSS AJD iX&TS.
SsM tr VrsttitU aal Staler eWTwLet. Tlftj Ceati
totUe. Directive i la 11 ttatngtt.
TKE CHAKLKS A. VOOELES CO.
-T nil ' Tr"""-""! hIUsen,S&,G..A.
All who have experienced and witnessed
tlio effect of Hostctter's Stomach Bitters
upon the weak, broken down, desponding
victims of dyspepsia, liter complaint, fever
and ague, rheumatism, ueivous debility, or
premature decay, know that in this supremo
tonic and alterative thero exists a speclllc
principle which reaches the ev source 6f
the trouble, and effects an absolute and per
For sale by all DrugRlsts and Dealers
S. B. CROW.
New Rooms. New Material.
KVKRYTHWJU IIKST CLASS,
r Mr. "Wir. A. Kelt of San Fronefcco.
one of the most skillful photographists on
tho Coast, assists In the oiwratlng room.
Vlm Work a KpociaWy.
On the HO AD WAY urarty oppirJt St.
You will do
well to call on
Tapping and Patting In of Water Pipes.
IT WILL PAY YOU
Wilson & Fisher,
Irn. Steel, Coal, Anchors. Ohains,
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
NAILS AND SPIKES,
Shell Hardware, Paints and Oils
FrouR ani anu. fkki.
Agents for Salem Flouring Mills,
and Capital Flour.
All Ues. at 1'oitland Prices, la Siocfc.
Corner Chenamns and Hamilton. Streets
AST01U A, OREGON.
Drugs and Chemicals
FjescrirUoD8 carefully compounded
Day or "Night
B. F. STEVENS & CO.,
CITY HOOK STOHK.
Have Just received a lnainraolb stock of
Books. The young and old. rich and poor
can all be accommodated.
AGENTS FOR THF.
Krantek &Baek.aa4X&ad&reiat A
Xstnl FIum sad. WeMtera
Orde for all -Hndlkof tMnsle or Instru
ments will be promptly Tilled.
B.F. STEVENS & CO.
H " CELEBRATED i
iW STOMACH &
3 DPvIJGGIST &
A Pharmacist, ?
Colombia Transportation Company.
THE POPULAR STJEAMEP.
Which has been Teatled lor the comfort of passengers will leai p
Wilson & FisherS Dock every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M.
Retnrolnf; leaves Tortland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
ISAn additional trip nlll bo made on Sunday of EaeJi Week, leading TorUand
at 9 O'elock Bandar Morulas:. I'assensers nj thto route connect at Kalaira
for Sound ports. 17. B.' SCOTT, rresident
HOTELS AND JIESTAUK AXTb. j
PARKER HOUSE.;The p. MacW Sh
If, IZ. PAUKKR. Ppob.. , r
First Glass in all Respects,
FRF.K COACH TO THE HOUSK.
Fipres Never Lie !
i .1 Hi r r
Or THE, CHOP HOUSE
Can prove by his books that he Is dntm; the
1 WKJirsi UlUUMTM Ol UU)
In tna-clty. ndhe Wht jnaranteti to jtfe
tho best meal for cash.
HaiB Street, Atlorla, Oresoa.
KEKGM4 DEKKT, PKOPKIKTOKS.
RESPECTFULLY CALL Tfli: ATTEX
Uon of the public to the fact that the
above Martet wQl alwajs be supplied with a
FULL VARIETY AND BKST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS 1 I
Wbieh"'vrlllbe)lil at lowest rates, whole
sale and retail.
"-Special attention given to supiling
WYATT & THOMPSON.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS,
Cittokery anil Glassware.
axiii Fooca., :mto,
N. DAVICH & CO. - - Proprietors.
Leavtj Your Ordsn for
Pish, Game, Eggs, Butter,
TiV'e furnlsli lro Islous, Fresh and In Good
Condition, Dresstd Chickens, Vegetables,
and'SrartetProduM of all kinds In season.
ATtau Stock oT Family Wines, Liquors,
Clgaw and Tobaccos.
wherry & COMPANY,
Fvesh.aml Cnrfid Bleats,.)
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS, i
OWOSITK OCCIDENT HOTET.,
CHKXAMIH Siroet. Antoria, Ojc
Magnus C. Crosby
HARD! ABE, IRON, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET LEAD STRIP
SHEET IRON; .
TJjel and Copper.
S. ARNDT & FERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OKKGOX.
AU klnd of
lromptl7 attended to.
A Meclalty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
BtxtfiNrKKirr. SfcAu IWxkku Housk,
ASTOUI.C - OltKGOX.
GEHERAL MACHINISTS AND
LAI imiABIHE ENGINES
BoilerWork, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. Ofall Descriptions BUde ta Order
at Bhert Xetice.
A. D. WAB3. President.
.1. 0. H08TLKB, Secretary,
1. W. Case, Treasurer.
A. V. Jffleii,
Ynolele and T.etalf Dealer tu
jciass and Pkted Ware,
TKOPIOAL AND D01IFJJTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
G. H. BAIN & GO.
Doors; Windtws, Blinds; Transoms
Turning, Bracket Work.
A specialty, and all work guaranteed.
Oal:, Ash, Bay, and "Walnut lumber ; Ore
son and Port Orford Cedar.
All kinds ol boat material on hand.
C. H. BAIX X CO.
A General Banking and Exchange Busi
ness transacted. Every facility for prompt
and satisfactory business
Drafts' on tho leading cities of the United
States and Europew. 5
8W PaH (jU3Bk'
Oregon Railway 5 Navigation
O CKA. OCFIB1 0.V.
Dniins the month of .Time, is;-Ocean
Steamers will sail fron 1'ortLind to San
Francisco, and from Ssn Franr-Isco to Port
land, ai followN. tenting Alnswortb Dock,
Portland, at MldmsSit, dud Speai- Street
Wharf. S,mi I'ranckco, M 10 A. M. : "
. From Pottland. , "From San Ffanclico
State of Cl....Tn A
HoJaiabla .'Hua . 3
Otfcoa .. ..Fr II
htatatif (.si. ..Tu n
atstd of uni....v?eit a
uolninWs Moa 3i
Owtfoa jJat 5
Ureoa Sat 23
oiaieor uai....Tnor 3
.t . i wuiy
Tl'TOUSh TirltAtfS snld tn nDnrlnnlnnl
cJd?- l'i tiif United States. Caunda and
Jm i (!.
Pasxpner Trains leave Portland for East
em Man, nt 11 :40 A. M. dally.
PaJim&u P!ce Car ruanlnje batw eaa Po
unj. scd ti. PjibJ,
K1EK OlYVUOS (Ulddie Calambla).
Boat-, leave Portland for IXllw at 7 :00
Leave Port- i if"
land fi- I. Mori 1 Tu. I We.I rim.
&lortx and I
lower Co. I
lttxaUta....U AM 3 AM SAM S A3tl AM 6 AS
"noa. or.JiAM; ',7AM J IT AM
ooiSmx:!! I !6amj i.,
Tscpaatad beattie. dwly t l:W pji
. mun oiriiiaers uo noi run nunaays.
Lmtm Astoria for PertUnd at fi tt-nt dl!r ex
, r m- a u. PHK8C0XT.
A. L. STOKES, Manager.
Gn'l Freight ad Pa. Act
. E. A. KOras. Agent Astoria.
Oregon & CaUfornia R. R.
OP.KCON & TRANSCONTINENTAL
On aud after May 4. lSSt, trains will ran a-
follows : DAILY (Except Sundas).
Poitlanri. 7 -m A rlAvhl-in.! IJVl m
Ashland G0 r.M Portland!""" 5:W v. arl
ALBANY EXPRE8S TRAJN.
Portland 4 :00 p. M.ILcbanon.9 50 r. m
Lebanon 4 :43 A.sr.Portland... 10 K A. S
land Mondays and Thursdays. EetHrning
1 ea es Ashland Tuesdays and Fridays.
Tire Oregon and California Railroad Ferry
makes connection with all Regular Trains
on Easlsldc Division.
Btweea Prtlaad aad CorvalU
, LEAVE. ABElMi. .
Portland .9 K a. M.ICorvaUIa4 0 p. M.
Corvalus 8 Q a. atirorttand. 3 .-20 v. m.
n ,LEAVE. ARRIVE.
Portland 5j00 r 3fBIcMlnnvlUe-8 rtO pm
McMlnm Ulea:45 a m Portland 8 -.50 a,'m
Close connections made at Ashland
with the Stages or the Oregon and Califor
nia Stage Company..
asrnekets for sale at all the principal
points In California, at Compaq s Office,
Corner 'E and Front Sis., Portland, Or.
Freight wiU not be received for shipment
after 5o,eiocfci. sr. on either the East or
West side Division.
Act'c G. F. Pa. Afit
Kwaco Steam navigation Co.'i
Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort Canby,
Connecting by stages and boau lor
Oysterville, Montesano and Olympia
Until further notice the Ilwaco
Steam Navigation Co.'s steamer
WUl leave Astoria
On Mondays Thursdays, and Saturdays
(OystervUle and Montesano mall dajs.l
at 7 A. M.
Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby. and liwaco
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 a.m.,
as formerly', nat being confined -strictly to
Fare'to-Fort Canby and Ilwaco, SI 00
HTTlckers can bo bought at the ofllce for
HT"Hwaco frebfht.'by the ton
m tnn nr'nvar. S2 tier ton.
In lott of
EFor Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ily at the office of the company, Gray's
;harf, foot of Benton street.
$67,000,000 Capital !
Liverpool and London and Globe.
North British and Mercantile
Of London and Edinburgh.
Old Connecticut of Hartford,
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
Fire Insurance Companies,
Representing a Capital of $67,000 OOO.
First Class Biacksmithing
AT LOW RATES AT
Done on Scientific Principles by an Al
Horseshoer who Guarantees
General Biacksmithing Done
And SATISFACTION ASSURED, at
HU Shop, in rear of Aug.DanleIson's Saloon.
H. B, PARKER
Oats, and Straw,
Brick. Pement, and Sand.
Wood Oofiverod to Order.
Draying, Teaming, and Express Business
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Abstract of Title a Specially.
-Roomi II and 12, Knisbti of Pythian Cwth
Attorney aud Cekasellar atXv
Room 12, Odd Fellows BuildlngT
ASTORU, - - Ortfda.
OKO. A. DOEUIS, OKO. X01AXO
- ATTORNEYS JJL XAW.
Ofllce in Kinney's Block, cpposltd-diy
Q B. THOMSON,
Attorney and Counselor at Uw.
Room No.G, over "White Bouse,
. ASTORIA. ORKUON.
c. w. foxtox. a. cjFnutQs.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW!
Rooms 5 and 8, Odd Fellows Bnlldlns."
ATTORNEY AT LAW. . "
Cheuamui treet, - - ASTORIA, OREGON
JOSEPH Jk. GlIxL,
STOfflce Tvlth J. Q A. Bowiby,
rt jr. cuATJUf
ATT'Sr AT LAW.
NoUry Public, Commlsslonar otDeed.Xur
California, New York and Washington Ter
ritory. Roomi 3 and 4, Odd Fellows Building, As
N. B.-Clalms at Washington. D. C anfl
collections a specialty.
"Cl C. HOLDlTSf,
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AHli IN
ARCHITECT AND DEAUGHTSHJH.
Scholars reeeired for Course ol Draaarin
rOfllce o er Whjte Hpuse Store.
Q.KLO r. P1KKKK.
SURVEYOR OF -ClaUep
Cetyf uid City f Atwrt
QiHce -Chenamus street, Y". M. C A. balL
Room No. 8.
Q BKXSO MARTIN, M . 0
lhyjlcl!Ui SKd 8urcB
ASTORIA. - - OREOON.
Office Room 12, Odd Fellows Building
Residkcoe Hume's building, up stairs.
JAY TUTTIJe, M. .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Okfick Rooms l , 2, and 3. Pi thlan Build
ing. Residkxce On Cedar Street, back ul
St. Mary's Hospital. i
f. p. hicks. a. k. bkaw .
HICKS fc SHAW,
Rooms In Allen's Building, up stairs, cor
ner Cas.i and Squemoqua streets. Astoria.
Bozorth & Johns,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
Buy and sell all kinds of. Real Estate aad
represent the following Fire
Insurance Conpaales :
Scottish Union and Na
tional, Phoenix of Hartford
Home of New York,
Hamburg and Bremen,
Phenbf of Brooklyn,
Policies written by us In the Phoenix a&4
Home and Scottish Union and. National at
BANKINO AND INSURANBE !
I. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ASTORIA, - CBEGOK.
OFFICE HOURS :
From 9 o'clock A. M. until 3 o'clock P. M.
B. S. Worsley,
B-Offlco and Ware Rooms on Squemg,ua
Street, next door to corner of Olney .
Advancements made on Consignments
"So Charges far Storage ef tJ.
Tailorint Cleanine, Repairiiit
NEAT, CHEAP AND QUICK.
Mala SU oppenlte X. LkVs, AaUtU, .
G. A. STINSON & COm
At Capt. Rogsrs old Btand, coraer ot Out-
and Court streets. ,t
Ship and Cannery work, BonttfcMtag.
WagoB miiie and repaired, 0te4 wanr
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