' ( r PRICE, FIYE CENTS VOL. XXII I, NO. (51. ASTORIA, OREGON. TIIl'KSDAY MARCH 12, 1885. BUSINESS CARDS. . A. U and J. A. Jri.TO i'by&icians and Surg.ii. Will ihe nnunnt :U!-nl..n l nd call liuuiaiiy !ait : t;.. ..- ; . ui..r i i ifllce o er Allen' Store, corner C:t and ' vjiiemoqua sweets Telephone No. 41 aemoqua streets, AM'ina. nros""- f ll. FKA.VSt I" A 1 Physlelnn mid Su . OMLce, Cor. Main and (MuTismi stfrrU. urrirE nerns: 9 toll . m. ; -?!. 5 1 i. lt--Idence. opposite the.lohausf n builiiuif .. . nonius. Ol". MU.SMi ' OLlM dj DORK IS. aitom:s A I U'XW. onice in Kintifjv j.i.. Hall, Astoria, Oregon. tf,t!r "tt O W. FUI.TON. , C. Hi'I.TO.V. FIH.TO: ItlCOTllFISS. ATTOi:KY? AT I.WV. I'.ooims o an.l C.Mi ivii fttuldlii?. .1. q. .1. r.owi.ia. j. a. oii.i- BOWf.IlV it 12 ILL, ttorn-yH unit onn.f.llorH rt S.uw, OBlce 011 ('lienainui Sncel. Aslttin. Oiejn. E.,; lfoi,IK, N'tlTAUY ri:Lict AH'TIONKhK. 1OM.MISSION M IN SUKA.NCtt AISKN'I. n F.1.0 k piniiKK. SURVEYOR OF ClatHop t'ouuij'.and i'ity r AkIotIh Ottlce: -Clieniuniifstn-rt. ..M. 0. A lal. K00111 No. 3. C. V. l.KICK. AKCIIITKrr AND SITKIMNTl'-XMi: CT. On-'ICK: liooinS. KinnovV T.ihk Itloek, TAY TIITTIF 31. I. PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON Okkick Hooin 1,2. ami :) lMhiiiit Hiiilil- Ing. ltKSiDKNCK On (Vrtur Stifrt. laclv itl t. Marj's Hospital. K r. HICKS. A. K. SH KV. nicKS & sn ivrt DliXTLSTS. liooias In Alleu's lliiUJIn. tij sialic, ror nerlCass and Squemoqua slreetsftAAtoiix Oregon. BAHKIHG AND INSURANCE ! I. W. CASE, Broker, Banker, arid Insur ance Agent, ASTORIA, - ORFAJOrV. OFFICE Honrs : From 9 o'clock A. M. unl:l a oV!orl. 1. M. Bozortli & Joliiis, 8el Ekt&te and Insurance Agents and ItroAers ASTORIA. - - - Oregon. Wewilte policies in tbe follow Inx .ell fcuown Fire Insurance Companies : FHffiXIX OF n AUTFOKD. SCOTTISH UNION AND NATIONAL OF EDIM1CUG. LION, OF LONDON. HOME. OF NEW OKK. LONDON AND LANCASHIUF.OF I.IYK't- 100 L. FHtENlX. OF BROOKLYN. CONNECTICIT. OF HAKTFOIM). OAKLAND 1I0.MF, OF OAKLAND, OALA. And also represent the "WE&TEUX. of California. II A MIWRO-lillEMEX. of !r inany. and .nKfJCA.Y STEAM JiOlf. EH lA'.SL'iAJYi E CO. ileal F.state nought and Sold on Conunlnilon. O". O, HOSS, lkadinc; r.D::ifZ'AUi:u. K&2fcsrsj f 5TT-P?-x Main St. Asloriii. creson. THE LATEST STYLES IN WALL PAPKR AT B. B.FRANKLEW'S, NEXT DOOItTO ASTOltlAN OFFICE. A very large Slock from which to select. Window curtains made to oider. jyjly patent Trimmer to cut Wall Fapei villi be lound pouveuient to my patrons. Boat Building. THE BEST STOCK AND WORKMANSHIP ur.UiANTEL'D. Boats of Every Description Built. Shopoter Anidl Si F ivhcn"-. 12. 31. T-EITIIEIM!: VISITORS TO PORTLAND Should not rorget to call at Towne'sSan Francisco Callery, where may be seen photographs of all the leading men aud women of Oregon and Washington Territorv. Skillful operators ahvavs !n attendanee.ari.l tbe most minute attention paid to pictures of children. Don't forget the location. S. Y. corstr First aad Mormon streets, up stain. No trouble to show specimens to isltuis. Street railroads pass the door every ten minutes, and this Is the nearest gallery to the lire principal hotels. Rte R n AllJUTE! w Yzt t KKUIIW--- 1 S2 A J 5 ; 2 zlj-l TJE STTOHIG. '!I inadk'hie. combining Iron tVith pu'O ve -table toi.'tv, qt.lcLlv and coinphu-ly Curcfi DyhpL-pilu, IiidlRention, WeiikiirHi, 1 mini re Itlouit, .HaluriuA'bllU and Fl- it-., un J Neuralgia. It Is an unfailing remedy foi Diseases of tbe Kli!ue and J.Uer. It li invaluable for Dieae iiecullitr to Women, and all uho lead sedentary live-.. It does not iiijure the teeth, oaue hcadarhe.or produce con-.tipatlon othn- Iron medicine ilo. It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulate the appetite, aid Ihe a-ilmilatlon of food, re lieves Heartburn and Kelching, and strength en the muscles and nerves. 1 or Intermittent Fevers. Iitude, LacV of Kiiergy, Ac., it lids no eo.ua!. a Tlie senuine has nbo e trade marl: a: . rssed red lines on w rapj-r. Te.Vc no tlier iJf -.! bj BUOMS IIUMKIU IIU IU1.1 HOUL, J1U KK1INCT0X, M'OOPAKII J 10., Forlland, Or IIOI.KS LK AflFNK The Fitte-nt Snbjecls J?"or fever and aijueand reiuiltcnts. are the debilitated, bilious and nervous. To sucit persons, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters affords adequate irotcction by Increasing vital stamina and the re-istant power of the con stitution, aim ny cuecictng irregularities 01 the liver, stomach aud boweK Jloreover, it eradicates malarial complaints of an ob stinate tpe, and stands alone uneqiialed among our national lemedies. For sale by all DniKclsls and Dealer- geiipnillv. Did Sup- you pose Mustang Liniment only good for horses? It is for inflamma tion of all flesh. A Clear Skin IS only a part of beauty: but it is a part. Every lady may have it ; at least, what looks like it. Magnolia Balm both freshens and beautifies. a ir a I! Wholesale a:.d ltt-t tlljeal.-r In MILL FEE). Glass and Plated Ware, ll'.OHCAL AND DOM1CSTH' FRUITS AND VEGErASlES. l'vther with Wines, LiqaofsJobacco.Cigcrs W. E. DEMENT & CO. ASTOItlA, - - - OKKU)X Carry in Slock, DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET and FANCY ARTICLES. Prescriptions carefully Compounded S- ChX. rUv cS V ... I W & BE UOSTeTTEU'c W CELEBP.RTED H A Bitters TIIK RM'K AND THK (MtW ...i.,.,J Confederate Debate in Thr LsisLitari. ."-- LirTLE Rock, Ark.. i very animated and at times nngrv dis-' honor them for their bravely and de cs " cusaion took place in the house to-jvotion. Thev lost their ransp, aud dav over -what is known aa the wood- en - leir bill." a measure from the sen-: jIate to provide for furnishiuir limbs, to resident soldiers whit lost their limbs during the rebellion. A motion to table w.'H lu-it bv a vote of -111 to 4 1. The bill excepts from the benefits of dc tho bill those heretofore supplied with C ; artificial limbs, virtually leaving fed - ' cral .soldiers out iu the cold. Mr. McMillan said: "This bill is uu efi'ort on the part of Arkausas to com ply with a precedent set by the United States and already followed by nev eral of the states. Whether a man wore the nra ojthe blue the frieuds of the measure wish to compliment him and not to extend chanty. As an ex-confederate, I am just as anx ious to give legs to the honest one legged union soldiers who live with us. Down in my county there is an old union soldier, a gallant, noble fellow who is on one leg and a stump. I honor him for his devotion to his own cause, and for his pluck in com ing down here to live among us. I wa t this house to say whether it is willing to put a leg to the one-legged man whether he wore the blue or the Mr. Harrod- -It is just because this hill won't come up to the idea just advanced that we don't like it, and won't support it. The hill provides that the soldier who has been sup plied already with n leg shall not have any under this act. "Wo can't afl'ord to'so stultify ourselves. "We can't af ford to say we will pive legs to the confederate soldier and that the union soldier shall have none. T tell you we can't afford to do it. Mr. Bridewell Don't theae union soldiers get pensions which yon and I help to pay? 3Ir. Harrod -They do. Mr. Bridewell Is there a single wounded man an ex-confederate sol dier who gets a pension? Mr. Harrod Xot one; but that's not the question. I claim to be as good a Democrat as there is in the stale, but that's not the question. "NVe can't afford to do this, I repeat. Mr. Baxter.--It is true that this question was brought up in the Dem ocratic convention, and some of those wheared to doJKhat was right whis pered;lhat theljioTwouldlJKeBia'o call out "bloody shirt. Mr. Uopeland I am sorry, indeed, that this question of distinction be tween the blue and the gray has been raised. Its true that this bill does distinguish and discriminate between the two. I recognize the fact that many who wore the blue arc now in the Democratic ranks, l recognize that to themweowe the election of the man wliom we will place in the .presi dential chair to-morrw. I recognize all this, and I repeat that wo cannot afford to discriminate in favor of the confederate. I soldiered long and hard, and I wore the gray, too, but I'vo got none of the principles now which made me go into the war. Mr. Avera Don't the government favor the uuion soldier all the lime? Don't they give them legs, and pen sions, aud'everytbing? Mr. Copelaud Yes, and what then? Mr. Avera--Well, what does the confederate soldier get? Mr. Copelaud AVe got licked; we got licked, sir, that's what we got; we got well licked. Mr. Bridewell No, we didn't. I sav we were overpowered but not whirmed. Mr. Copelaud Yes, we did; and we've got enough of it. Mr. Bridewell - We were not licked. Mr. Copelaud -If you had gone where 1 and the chair went during the war, you would have been licked, too. Mr. Bridewell I was with Joe Johnston all through the war. I was with him when he surrendered, and I sav we were not whipped. Mr. Copelaud -Well, I was licked, but nerhaos von never got licked. 1 am glad.however, that I'm one of those men who know when I'm licked. I know how to holler when I've got enough. We cannot, I repeat, afford to do this thing, and I hope the bill will be postponed. Mr. Halliburton -I am a man of unflinching Democratic principles, and from the moment the confeder acy was proposed I was a confeder ate, heart anil soul. I would be ashamed to apologize for anything I did then or for the principles which actuated me to support tho confeder ate government, let to-day I am a supporter of the "union. There is no man more heartily in support of this government under which we live. You will never find a truer supporter of the union than the old man who stands before yon in gray to-day. Cheers.J This bill, however, propo ses to make a distinction which I cannot favor, "however much I loved the cause I fought for, however much I feel for my brothers in arms who have lost their limb3 in conflict. The federal government hasBtipplied its soldiers with legs, and shall we say that the confederate soldier shall have a leg and the inion soldier whose leg is worn out shall Lave none? I want to see it put in such a 1 shape that all the boldiers, white or black, federal or confederate, shall have legs when needed. If this could be done, then I would favor he bill I . Copeland (thumping his desk) So would I, sir. (Cheers. J Mr. laukin L yield to 110 man a superiority over me iu respect and reverence 10 inose gauanr sons 01 me; - -, ,, n... r . oath who bravely bared their bos I 01ns to tbe cold northern steel, i. bey March J. A. fonx'ut their ficht, and L love an 1 the consequence fell upon their own heads. hat ; hat a sight was that: ww-i ed down, but not broken; the south, preserving its bravery and it gal lantry, has gloriously risen above the overpowering circumstauces which surrounded her. riin?nix-liko, the south has surmounted the snrrouud-! ing fires of a lo3t cause and to-day is world. This, is not the time, geutle-j men. for us to perform an action; spect and admiration Of the Whole I..l!uenza,Urotieh!U,Atliia,C'roup,VtcKi- V which shall 11 the slightest degree ! ivawr. lwriiu unawi to in Jutricirliiurt tpnd to nlace an olntnclo iu her vavl"'SJ"p:'!' ?et itJor .?e,m tt"i .re-'ice taototiUj, leuu 10 pute ju uiiiiiiLiu iu uki wi. j -r reit Jtartjc paU, by sending one dollar 13 or uo any nci wuicn sunn 111 me least j hinder her programs toward that end , which 1 am sure all true boutuerners and all true men. loyal to the Union, hope to see her attaiu. The days of war and blood should be forgotten, anu siae uy siae wiin ner sisier states of the north the south should march on as she has begun to do. actuated by friendly feeling only. We can not afford to do, and we ought not to do, anything here which will break the concord or mar the harmony which now prevails. Mr. Thornburgh -Gentlemen: All this bluster and all this argument is uncalled for and unnecessary. The J bill before you is one whiclrisnot in j the least calculated to do any harmt and should uot occasion all this dis- turbance. if it does not meet with the views of the house, why, then, let 1 it be amended. Mr. "Harrod -Did amendment when it you favor was -before its the committee? Mr. Thornburgh No, but if it was amended would you then support it yourself? Mr. Harrod -1 shall support it in mv own wav. Mr. Thornburgh 1 thought so, in 1 your own way. Gentlemen, 1 am get- J ting tired of this bill. Are we con tinually to be thus harrassed? When the Fishback amendment to the con stitution was before us tho greater j bugaboo which was brought up against it was that the north would ; think this and the north would think that. I want to see the time when the state of Arkansas can step out into the bright sunlight ol freedom Lanvd"dorasslie pleasesrwiiScmt fear" as to the construction which the north will put upon her action. Will the time never come when tho south can recognize the merits of her brave sons? shall we never be allowed to show to them that appreciation which we fc.1 for their gallantry and their bravery? The state of South Caro lina and other states have passed 11 similar bill to this. Mr. Copeland What has South Carolina always been doing? What did Jackson do for South Car olina? Mr. Thornburgh-The bill, I say can be remedied if it is wrong, but I claim that the provision regardtug the non-supply of soldiers who have already had legs given them does not apply to federal soldiers exclusively. If a confederate supplied with a leg in South Cnrclina comes here the provision would apply to him too. I hope the motion to postpone will not prevail. The roll was called aud the motion to postpone until March 12 wai lost veas tin, navs 17. The Famoas Kissing Casr. This was to decide whether ajjirl wno nau iK?eu married iu luu vrns really the wife of the youth with whom she had stood up to perform the mock marriace. Several hundred pages of testimony were taken, and the justice spent moro in having; it .opied than he received for his fees. The whole thing, which began in joke, proved at last a very serious business. It 13 serious business, too, when a human system runs down, down, down, until life has no charms, aud the grave seems a blessing. In this stale of affairs take Brown's Iron Kitten, and be lifted into life aud hope and strength. A bill has been introduced in the! Pennsylvania state senate providing fur tin whipping of wuo-beaters. ; Soot tM Mm 11 ImIou of Pure Cud lilvi-r Oil, with HypoplioxphltCM. .rt MMt Xutrillowi Food and Medl rlnc Dr. I.ixusvy JnnxMix, of Car ter illi. (Wtu says: 'I lakn great pleas ure iu sayingyour Einulsiou has proved itself iu my hands a most cilicicnt rem edy, in the various wasting conditions calliiu for such nutriment. One of the New York prison con victs lately invented Ja hat pressing machine, the patent on which he sold for $10,000. Mrs. Ellen E. Ellis, 22S N. Carey St., Baltimore, Maryland, writes: I Buffered with a painful cough, aud was promptly relieved by a few doses of Bed Star Cough Cure; I recom mend it for throat and lung troubles. For lame Back, Side or L'nest 11 Sliiloh's l'orons Plaster, Price '25 cent?. For sale to W. K. Dement. A Xa.al Injector free with each bollle of Shiloh'.s Catarrh Hcniedy Price ." cents. Sold by V. K. Dement "llactnietaek." a lasting and fra grant perfume. Price 25 anu U cents. Sold by W. . Dement. UK J CtiBM , TRADE MARK. IqughIure! v a L. Jb-iOhiMii J-VeeVom Oplntrst J'metics ami Jfoiajt , InsCoufih, Quloijr, Patuulu Cbctt. anlo'Jilr Iaoajcf IhsThroataj-l Lube. I .re SO centa a bottle. Sold by Drn'zIsU and TU riHELta 1. lOCilAll COMPAM', son uwosrj n J Jioicii-:or;r, lUltlaarr. 3ttrlic3, I. S.J. ailtS. I-YA WALLMAX, - Proprietor ASTOKIA, OKKfiOX. yir-c Clasv. !u llrery I5ospcct.i NEW HOUSE, NEW FURNITURE. Pilled up iilli every C'ouven ieurc fov Un Comfort ol . , , . . Transient and Permanent Guests. forcer Squetnoqua and West fith Streets. The Telephone Saloon Tho Finest Establishment of tho Kind in Astoria. Imperially fitted ui for Sae Comfort and on"vtnlencp of Jhosp'vrho enjoy a Social ;i:i3- The Host of Wine itiul Liquors, The Choicest (Jurar. Everything New and First-Class. n. r...TFPPi:iSY. Jrp'r, PARKER HOUSE. II. It. 1MBKKIC. lnir First Class in Every Respect.! ! 'u:u-Ir In the llou.st, Old Castle, Yspitti, and other brands or Coke T5ii Plates, for sale iu lots to nuit purchasers, now iu warehouse at Astoria or to arrive per Jnv-fn, or Archer, also Liverpool fine- and coarse salt. For further particulars apply to Meyer, Wilson & Co., Pordand, Oregon. 1 MUU HOTEL Gamers Sillies. Coliia Transportation Coijany. FOR POETLAlSfD Fast Time. ! TnE NRW -TELEPHONE- Which lia hem specially built for the comfort of pawenj-ern will leav- Wilson & Fisher's Dock every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M. Iteliirnln? leaven Portland every Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M. 5?Au addition trip will he made on Sunday of EacI AVci. leavlh'' Portland . uumca romiuav .tinrmuf for Sound para. Wilson & Fisheri Ship Chandlers, HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE Paints. Oils, and Varnish. LOGGERS' SUPPLIES. PROVISIONS mxliTeeed AGENTS FOR Salem Plouring Mills, Portland Roller Mills, Capital Tlour and FAIRBANKS1 SCALES. ASTORTA, OREGON. B. B. Franklin, te&-f&m Mertafcui tafl CaW later, SQUEMOQUA STREET, XHXT TO THK AVrOHIAN O 1:11 t.DIXO. SA1I work done in a .skillful manner on short notice at ieasonable rates. ASTORIA IRON WORKS. Ftorvos Street, Near Parker House, ASTOKIA. - OKKGON. GENERAL MACHINISTS AND BOILER MAKERS. LAHDlana MARDSE IHGINS BoilerWork, Steamboat Work and Cannery Work a spe cialty. CASTINGS , orall Descriptions made to Order at Short Notice. A. D. "Wass. President. J. G. IlDSTLF.R.Secretary, I. W. Case, Treasurer, jonx Fox.Suporintendent. & ARtfDT & FERCHEN, ASTORIA. - OREGON. The Pioneer Machine Shop HLAC.C51TJTH 4K ttttds of jENGINE, CANNERY, STEAMBOAT WORK Promptly attended 10. Aspecudty made of. repairing CANNERY DIES, FOOT OF I.AFAYKTTE STREET. Past Time STEAMER ttwieni-ers b tnk Toute connect at Kahuna '"i. B,s'ffri, rresinenr 1 wlt S l'mditiOBBUHntfwm 1 uSlsKfK && Boiler Shop tS8p5?;' i 1 THE BEST JSTHE OSCE3.S3S3? 1 Manufactured by the - OREGON MILLING COMPANY U of Superior Quality, and Ls Endowed by all who use It. THEHOUSEKEEPER'S FAVORITE or Superior Kisinjr Quality. Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction. WYATT & THOMPSON Hole Ascuts fsr Astoria. Paintinc and Paper Hanging. KALSOMINING ETC. Paint Shop in rear of premises form erly occupied by C. II. Stockton, oppo site the Court Ilouse. " All on'ers promptly and satisfactory executed. J. H. D. OKAY, Wholesale uud retail dealer Iu. GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood. Etc. LIME. SAND AND CEMENT, Ceneial Storage i ud "Wharfage on reason able terms. Foot rl l'enton street, Astoria, Oregon. WM. EDGAR, Dealer in Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes Meerschaum and Brier Pipes, GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY Revolvers and Cartridges. COKXKIt MAIN AND CHENA3ITJ9 8Tt4. The Gem Saloon. The Popular Resort for Astorians, For the Finest of Wines and Liquors Go to THE OKM SALOON, ALKX. CAMrBELL, - - PEOPBIETOK ASTORIA LIQUOR STORE, AUG. DANIELSON, - - Proprietor. llcbuiltantl ItcQtted ThroBskeut. The Best of WIN KS. -LIQUORS, AXD CIGAHft. For a Good Cigar, call for one of 'Danielson's Best." Corner Vet 9th and WaterStn-ets, Astoiia. nO-Gui Magnus C. Crosby Dealer in HARD? ARE, IRON, STEEL, Iron Pipe and Fittings, STOVES, TINWARE AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD SHEET IRON, -OCMjcl and Copper. Astoria Sail Loft. Best of Wori at Bottom Figures J. HESS, The well-known Sailmaker now occupies 'I he Astoria Sail Loft, formerly occupied hy A.M. .lohnsun. Boat Sails a Specialty. AH. WORK WARRANTED Come and see ine at The Astoria Sail Loft : net to Pythian Building. AddreMP.O.Bo312. J. I1KSS. Floats! Floats! Floats! CANNERYMEN who are m need of Floats. Copper Handles and Mallets should send their order to B. W. BLOOD. ClaLka:iie. Orejson. who has a quantity on hand which will be sold at reasonable r.,le. "SECURE THE SHAD0Wv Ere the substance fade, and when you visit Portland, make It a part of your business to call on "W. H. Towxk. at the San Fran cisco Gallery, S. W. comer First aiid Morrison streets, and have your photograph taVea In the hiRhest style ofthe art.; Royal Brand Flour ir'