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VOL. XXIII, NO. 5(5.
ASTOliJA, ORKGON, FRIDAY
MARCH (5, 1885.
PRICE, FIVE CENTS
IV. A. li. and J. A. Fl'I.TH.V
Physicians and Siir-uns.
vt prompt M"inlo:i to
l.tuii ati pjli-l .t ttn- t.t;. ii ' ir
OfUre ovT Alh'n Mnre. corner Cav-:ind
iueraoiiua street". AM'iria. Oii'gou. ;
Telephone No. -it.
H. Fit AX K lAr
I'hynlrlan nnil Muron.
Office, Cor. Main and ("hriinnm-. str et-.
'fkiof. Horns : fl to 11 ,. m. ;-f to ". r. .m.
Kesldrtict. oppiiitte the.lohunscii hiuldii g
;n. k. unnuis.
fiK l NJ
a''.t.a?ex & jise:ss.
attorn ks at law.
OMce In KlnnejV r.l.cSi. ppNltr it
Hall, Astoria, Oregon.
". W. FULTON. :. ' I I'l.TOX.
ATTOUNKYS AT LAW.
Rooms 5 and C. Odd Fellows Building.
.1. q. a. r.ou i.m . a. OII.I..
KOWI.IIY A: ;il.I..
Attorney ami Coutmollort nt I.uw,
OHlce on Chenamus StieH. AMoihi. Ou-goii.
IJl V. ISOI.OKX.
AffimxEhK. commmon in
Clatsop County, atirt 'ilj of Astoria
Ottlce: Chenainu-siieet. V. M.V. A. hal!
Room No. 8.
pj V. I KICK.
architect axii sipei:intrniknt.
Offick: Room!, hlnnev's llih-k Block,
yAY"ruTTi.F at. o.
PHYSICIAN AND SUKCKON
Offick Rooms 1. 2. ami " Vy Hmjii lhi 3d-
Rksidknck On Crdai Stieet. buck ol
SI. .Mary's Hospital.
F l ntl'KS. A. V SHAW.
HICKS & SIIIAV.
Rooms in Allen s Building, up tair ror
ner Cass ami Squenioqua Creels. Astoria
BANKING AND INSURANCE !
I. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ASTORIA, - ORF.ROX.
From 9 o'clock A. M. until Z o'clock P. 51.
Bozorth & Johns,
Heal EUte and Insurance AcpnU and Brokers
ASTORIA, ... - Oregon.
We write policies in the following well
known Fire Insurance Companies :
PHffiNIX OF IIARTFORD.
SCOTTISH UXIOX AND NATIONAL OF
EDI N BURG.
LION. OF LONDON
HOME. OF NEW YOKE.
IjONDONAXD LANCASHIRE, OF I.IVEK-
FHOZNIX. OF liliOOKLYN.
CONNECTICrT. OF HAUTFOltO.
OAKLAND HOME, OF OAKLAND, CAI.A.
And also represent the WESTERN . of
California. HAMUURQ-BUEMEX. of Ger
many, anil AMERICAN STEAM BOIL
ER Insurance co.
Real Estate Bought and Sold on Coininhtdon.
J". O. HOSS,
tlLl D I A r.I EKTAKKU .
faln S. Astoria. Oregon.
THE LATEST STYLES
B. B. FRANKLIN'S,
NEXT DOOR 10 AST01UAN OFFICE.
A very large Stock from which to elecL
Window curtains made to order.
O'-My patent Trimmer to cut Wall i'apei
will belound convenient to my patrons.
STOCK AND WORKMANSHIP
Boats of Every Description Built.
Shop over Arndt & IVrrhenV.
ic nr. r.s: i'rnEiis.
VISITORS TO PORTLAND
Should not forget to call at Towne's San
Francisco Callery, where may be
seen photographs of all the leading men and
women ofGregonand Washington Territory.
Skillful operators always in attendance, and
the roost minute attention paid to pictures
of children. Don't forget the location. S. W.
terser First and Morrison htreetn, op stairs.
No trouble to show specimens to visitors.
Street railroads pass the door every ten
minutes, aqd this is the nearest gallery to
the five principal hotels.
POW5 i I
i u W '
This medicine, combining Iron with pare
vegetable tonics, quickly and completely
Cure OjNpepsIa, Indigestion. Wcnuneox
Impure Itloori, .:nIariatCblllH and Fv rr.
It Is an unfallinc remedy foi Dkeoces ofthe
KliInejH nnd Lier.
It is invalualjle for Diseae.s peculiar to
Women, nnd all who lead Mnlentary lives.
It iloesr.ftt Injure the teeth, cause hcudnche.or
pmdueo connlpation oMit Iron medicine do.
It enriches and purities UiebliKxi.stimn!ate
the apjetite. aids the assimilation of fool. re
Hews Heartburn and Itelehing. and sticugth
eii the mustles and nerves.
For Intennitteut Fevers. I&titude, Lack nt
Energy. Ac., it has no eipml.
S" Tlie genuine has above trade mark nn
ro-sed red lints on wrajier. Takeiio other
-ji-'H.iji.j i;i:oMiitnirit t un.TiaouL.ua.
HKOI.M.TO.V, VHUUIAHP A CO.. Portland. Or
IIOI.K I.K Aoi- Vis.
From tlicsc sources arise threo-fourtba
of the diseases ofthe human race. These
&yuiptoms indicate their existence.
X.OBS or Appetite, llowcls costive,
Kick Headache, fullness after eat
tng,Rverston to exertion or body or
mind, Eructation offood, Irrltnblt
before the eyes, hlplily colored
tho use of a remedy that acts direct 1 von
the Liver. As aLIvcrancdicineTUTT'S
1'IIXS have no equal. Tlieiraction on
tho Kidneys and .Skin Is nlso prompt;
removing all impurities through theso
three 4 scavengers or tlie system,'
producing appetite, sound digestion,
regular stools, a clear skin and a vig
orous body. T DTX'S PILLS cause no
nausea or grilling1 nor interfere tvith
daily work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
hold every where 25;. Oiiice 44 MarravSuN V.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
GkayILur on Whiskkrs changed in
stantly to a GLossr J&uck by a singlo
. application of this Dyk. Sold by Drug
ists,orsentby express on rccciptofSL
Offloe, 44 JIurray Street, New Vork.
nrrs ilutual of vzzrsit eccsipk rsis.
A. V. Allen,
Wholesale and RetailJDealer In
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
G.A.STINSOX & CO..
At Capt. Rogers old Uiud. criif d Ca.-s
and Court Mreets
Ship and Cannery work, !iuiexhttelng.
Wagons made and rrpaiied. GivJhI work
Geo. P. Wheeler & Co.
Representing the following first -clasps For
eign and Home companies :
Roal Norwich -Union and
fcinrashln'. avsets. $3(1.000.000
South llritKh and National. " iu.0u0.0uo
Firemans Fund. " l00,000
Union, Fire and Maiine " l.iKW.000
State, dwellings only) " lCo.O(o
And the old nnd reliable Travelers ljfe
and Accident Insurance Co. of llmtford.
C-4tnti. l)eMslted iu Oregon, $40u,0u) for the
security of IVdicy holders.
i'ersonal Attrntiou given to all business,
and Satisfrtctlon (Inaranteed iu every in
stance. Offm-k In Hume's New Rulhliug. Asto
W. E. DEBIENT & CO.
Carry in Slock,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET
Pre-scriptions rnreTully Conipott tided
CLEVELAND'S INAn.TKAI. AI!U!"SS.J
Delivered Upon Taking the O.Uh uf (JJlice'
at the National Capital. March
Fellow Citizen.! Iu t!i? ire-mv '
of this vast assemblage of my coun
trymen I am about to supplement .tuci '
seal by the oath which 1 shall take.'
the manifestation of the will of aj
great and free people, in lite exer
cise of their power : n J right to self
government (hey have committed to
one of their fellow citizens a supreme
aiul sacred trust and he here conse
crates himself to their service This
impressive ceremony adds little to the
solemn sense or tespoiiMbility with
which I contemplate the. dtttv I owe
to all the people of the laud. Noth
ing can relieve me from anxiety, lest
by any act of mine their interests
may suffer, and nothing is needed to
strengthen my resolution to engage
every facility and effort in the promo
tion of their welfare.
Amid party strife the people's
choice was made, but its attendant
circumstances have demonstrated
anew the strength and safetv of a gov
ernment by the people. Iu each suc
ceeding year it more clearly appears
that our democratic principles need
no apology, and that, in its fearless
and faithful application is to be found
the surest guaranty of good govern
ment. But the best results to be
found in the operation of a govern
ment wherein every citizen has a
share, largely depend upon a proper
limitation of purely party zeal and
effort, and a correct appreciation of
the time when the heat of partisan
ship should be merged -into the pa
triotism of the citizen. To-day the
executive branch of government is
transferred to a new keeping, but this
is still a government of all the peo
ple, and it should be none the less au
object of their affectionate solicitude.
At this hour the animosities of tioliti
cal strife, tho bitterness of partisan
defeat, and exultation of partisan tri
umph should bo supplanted by un
grudging acquiescence iu the popular
will, and sober, conscientious concern
for the general weal. Moreover, if
from this hour we cheerfully and hon
estly abandon all sectional prejudice
and distrust, and determine with con
fidence in one another, to work out
harmoniously tho achievement of our
national destiny, we shall deserve to
receive all the benefits which our har
py form of jfovenroent can bestow.
On this auspicious occasion we ms y
well renew the pledge of our devotion
to that constitution which, launched
by the founders of the republic and
consecrated by their prayers and
patriotic devotion, has for a century
borne the hopes and aspirations of a
great people, through prosperity and
peace, through the shock of foreign
conflicts and the perils of domestic
strife. By the father of his country
our constitution was commended for
adoption as the result of a spirit of
amity and mutual concession. In
that same spirit it should be adminis
tered, in order to promote the lasting
welfare of the country and to secure
tho full measure of its priceless bene
fits to us and to those who will suc
ceed to the blessings of our national
life. The large variety of diverse and
competing interests subject to federal
control, persistently seeking recogni
tion of their claims need give us no
fear that "the greatest good to the
greatest number' will fail to be ac
complished, if in the hallsof national
legislation that spirit of amity and
mutual concession shall prevail in
which the constitution had its birth.
If this involves the surrender or post
ponementof private interests, and
abandonment of local advantages,
compensation will be found in the as
surance that thus the common inter
est is subserved and the general wel
In the discharge of my official du
ty I shall endeavor to be guided by a
just and unconstrained construction
of the constitution, a careful observ
ance of the distinction between the
powers guaranteed to the federal
government and those reserved to
the states or to the people, and by a
cautious appreciation T)f those func
tions which by the constitution and
laws have been especially assigned to
the executive branch of the govern
ment But he who takes oath to-day
lo preserve, protect and defend the
constitution of the United btates,
on iv assumes that solemn obligation
which every patriotic citizen ou the
farm, in the workshop, in the busy
marts of trade, and everywhere,
should share with him. The consti
tution which prescribes his oath, my
countrymen, ns yours. Tne govern
ment which you have chosen him to
administer for a time is yours; the
suffrage which executes the will of
freemen is yeurs: the laws and the
entire scheme of our civil rule, from
the town meeting to the state capitol
and tho national capital, is yours.
Yours every voter,as assuredly as your
chief magistrate, under the same
high sanction, though in a different
sphere, exercises a public trust. Nor
is this all; every citizen owes to the
conutry a vigilant watch and close
scrutiny of its pnblic servants, and a
fair and reasonable estimate of their
fidelity and usefulness. Thus is the
people's will impressed npon the whole
framework of our civil policy, mu
nicipal, state and federal. And this
is the price of our liberty and the
inspiration of your faith in the re
It is the duty of those serving the
people in a public place closely to
limit the public expenditures to the
aetual needs of a government eco
nomically administered, because this
bounds the right of a government to
exact tribute from the earning of
labor or the property oT citizens, and
because of public extravagance
among th people. "We should never
be ashamed of (he .simpl'c'i and
prudential rcononiUM which are best
suited to the operations of a jc pub
lican form of government, and m.it
compatible with the mission or the
American people. Those who are
selected for a limited time to lunnrge
pnblic. affairs ar.e still of the people
and may do nmMi by their example
to encourage, consistently with the
ugnitv of their olucial functions.
that plain wav of life which, among
their fellow citizens. aids in
tegrity and promotes thrift and pros
The genius of our institution;, the
needs of our people iu their home i
Iue, and the attention winch is de
manded for settlement or develop-J
ment of the resources of our vast.
territory, dictate the scrupulous ;
avoidance of any departure from that1
foreign policy commended by history,
tradition, and the prosperity of our
republic. It is a policy of independ J
ence, favored by our position and.
defined by our known love of justice,
and by our power; it is a policy of I
peace, suitable to our interests; it ?3
a policy of neutrality, rejecting all I
share iu foreign broils and ambitions!
nioii other continents and repelling
their intrusion here; it is the policy of
Monroe and "Washington and defier- j
son, of peace, commerce and honest
friendship with all nations; cn-j
tangling tllinnces with none. j
A due regard for the interests audi
prosperity of all the people demands
that our finances shall be established'
upon such a sound and sensible basis.
l.ll , ti. ri.. l i' 1
i Miiiiu scL-iui- tut; n.wcii uuu couii-
deuce or business interests, and
make the wage of labor sure and
steady, and that our system oT rev
enue be so adjusted as to relieve the
people from unnecessary taxation,!
having due regard to the interests of
capital invested and workingmen
emplovod m American industries:
and preventing the accumulation of
a surplus in the treasury to Jin extent
that induces extravagance and waste.
Care for the prosperity of the na-j
Hon and for the needs of the fntnrf"
settlers require that the public do-1
mam shall be protected from pur
loining schemes and unlawful ocest
The conscience of the people de
mands that the Indians within our
boundaries shall be fairly and hon
estly treated as wards of the gov
ernment, and their education nnd
civilization promoted with a view to
their ultimate citizenship.
1'olvgamv iu the territories is de
structive of the farailv and of relig
ion, and offensive to the moral sense
of the civilized world, and shall be
The laws should be rigidly enforced
which prohibit immigration of a
servile class to compete with Ameri
can labor, with no intention of ac
quiring citizenship, and bringing
with them nnd rota'nmg habits nnd
customs repngnant to our civiliza
The people demand reform in the
administration of government and
application of business principles to
public affairs, and as a means to this
end civil service reform should be in
good faith enforced. Our citizens
have a right to protection from the
incompetency of public employes, and
those who hold places solely as a re
ward of partisan service, and from
tho corruptive influence of those who
promise and the vicious methods of
those who expect such rewards.
Those who worthily seek public em
ployment have the right to insist
that merit and competency shall be
recognized instead or party sub3erv
iency or surrender of honest po
In tho administration of a govern
ment pledged to do equal and ex
act justice to all men, there should be
no pretext for anxiety touching the
protection of frcedmen in their rights
or their seenrity in tho enjoyment of
their privileges under the constitu
tion and its amendments. All dis
cussion as to their fitness for the
place accorded to them as American
citizens is idle and unprofitable, ex
cept as it suggests the necessity for
their improvement. The fact that
'they aro citizens entitles them to all
the rights due this relation, aud
charges them with all it3 duties, obli
gations and responsibilities.
These topics and the constant and
ever varying wants of an active and
enterprising population ma well re
ceive the attention and patriotic en
deavor of all who make and execnte the
federal law. Our duties are practical
and call for industrious application,
an intelligent perception of the claims
of public office, and above all a lirm
determination of united action to se
enre to all tho people of the laud the
full benefits of tho best form of gov
ernment ever vouchsafed to man.
And let us not trust to human effort
alone, but humbly acknowledge the
power nnd goodness of Almighty God,
who presides over the destiny of na
tions and who has at all times been
revealed in our country's history.
Let us invoke his aid and his blessing
upon our labors.
Scott'n l!mnlHiou oriNire Cod Liver
Oil, with IlypcphosphitCN.
Its Use in Lung Troubles. Dr. Jli
kam Cadoketto, of Jacksonville, Fla.,
says: "1 have for the last ten months
prescribed your Emulsion, to patients
suffering from lung troubles, and thev
seem to he greatly benefited by its Use.-
'S "''HS GREAT mrk&$i
2&fe ?1A a fyik JO B a
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Backache. Headache. Toothache,
Sorti Throat. Swelling. pru!n(, llrulnc,
Kan... 2call. Fi-j.t Kite.
A.-ra all otiii:: noaiLY ru.3 ami ach:m.
S.JI ty Drati4tj nl D-t1;r rrfchr-. Fi::j Ljj.ja
lti.. lirrt-tLa, la 11 ljnjuicc.
THE CHAIU.KS A. VtlCKLEK CO..
(nAtiuA.ur.LxS&CO ) lUliisurr.aj., t.S.1.
M:. FVA WA1.UI.VX, - Proprietor.
ASTOI'.I V. OKEHON.
I'lrsl Class iu llvcrj Jcsiecl.
i'ttlcrf uj with every t'oiivcn
ieacc lor lln t'oiiiibj-t of
Transient and Permanent Guests.
Comer Squenii.jii.i and We".t Cth Ptr. eK
The i elephone Saloon
Tlic Finest Establishment of
I lie Kind in Astoria.
Usually Hlltil tip for the Comfort and
Cmiwnieiitv of Mnwp v.lm etijov a ;
social ul: ..
The liesj f Wines ami Liquors,
The Choiee.Nt fcfars.
Everything New and First-Class.
n. r.. je-:'fi:i:y. rrop-r.
. it. lMKKlIIt. PropV.
First Class in Every Respect
I'm Coat'h to Ilic House.
OKI Castle, Yspitti, nml other
brands or Coke Tin Plates, for
sale in lota to suit purchasers,
now in warehouse at Astoria or
to arrive per Jospfu, or Archer,
also Liverpool fiue and coarse
salt. For further particulars
Coliiiia Transportattoii Conpny.
Whieh has heen specially huilt for the comfort of passenger win leav?
WiNon & Fisher's Dock every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at! P.M.
Returning leaves Portland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6. A. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
S?-An additional trip will be made on Suuday or Each WeeK, leaving Portland
at 1) O'clock ShjiiIuv Slornla. P.issenners h this route connect at Knlama
for .Sound port . - II. B. SCOTT. President
Wilson & Fisher
HEAVY AND SHELF
Paints. Oils, and Varnish.
Salem "Flouring Mills,
Portland Boiler Mills.
Capital Ploiir and
B. B. Franklin,
Unflerlaier anil CaMiiet late
NKXT TO THK ASTOKIAN Kl'ILDINO.
2rAll work done in a skillful manner on
short notice at reasonable rate.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
BKNTOS STKE3T, NSAR, J'AUKKU HOUSR.
ASTOU1 V. - OKKGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
LANDjiifl MARINE ENGINES
BoilerWork, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. 0-a.SBEI"KTC3-S ,
OfaU Descriptions made to Order
at Short Xotlee.
A. D. "Wass, President.
J. G. Hustler, Secretary,
I. W. Case, Treasurer.
S. ARNDT & FERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OltEGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LA FAYETTE STREET.
Past Time !
Ml kinds or
THE BEST .
Royal Brand Flour
Manufactured hy the
OREGON MILLING COMPANY
Is or Superior Quality, and is Endorsed
hy all who use it.
THE HOUSEKEEPER'S FAVORITE
Of Superior Kising Quality.
Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction.
WYATT & THOMPSON
Sole Agents for Asteria.
PaiiitiHff ani Paper ffiupt
Paint bhop in rear of premises form
erly occupied by c. II. Stockton, oppo
site the Court Ilotwe.
All orders promptly and satisfaetorly
J. a. D. G-KA-Y.
Wholesale and retail dealer iii.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AKD FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw. Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND AND CEMENT.
tteneial Storage and Wharfage on reason
aide terms. Foot of Benton street. Astoria.
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum anil Brier Pi'pe3,
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
CORNER MAIN AND CHENAMTJS STS.
The Gem Saloon.
The Popular Resort for Astorians.
Finest of Wines and Liquors
Go to THE OEM SALOON.
ALEX. CAMPBELL, - - PROPRIETOR
ASTORIA LIQUOR STORE,
Helmut and .Refitted. Tkroughont.
The Best or
W1XES. LIQUORS, AXD CIGABS,
For a Good Cigar, call for one of
Comer West Oth and Water Streets, Astoria.
Magnus C. Crosby
HARDWARE, UHffl, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
T3JCL AND Cto3PrX.
Astoria Sail Loft.
Best of fort at Bottom Fiprcs
The well-known Sailmaker now occupies
The Astoria Sail Loft, formerly occupied
hy A. M. Johnson.
Boat Sails a Specialty.
ALL WORK WARRANTED
Come and see me at The Astoria Sail Left:
uet to Pythian Building. -
Address P. O. Bo 312.
Floats! Floats! .Floats!
CANNBRYMEN who are in need of
Floats. Copper Handles and Mallets
should send their orders to
B. TV. BX.OOIK
Clatskanie. Orpjrou, who has a quantity on
hand which will he sold at reasonable rate--.
"SECURE THE SHADOW
Ere the substance fade, and when you visit
Portland, make it a part of your business to
call on w. H. Townk, at the San Fran
cisco Gallery, S. W. corner First and
Morrison streets, and have your photograph
taken in the highest style ofthe art.