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VOL. XXIII, NO. 95
PRICE, FIYE CENTS
ASTORIA. ORKGO:,, Tl ESJJAY APIUL 21, 1885.
TAR5I. A. Li. nucl J. A. fULTOX.
Physicians ami SiirjroBiti.
Will cie proinnt attention to nil calls,
fiom any part of the city or counlrj .
Office over Allen's Store, comer Cacs and
Squcmoqua streets, Astoria, Oregon.
Telephone No. 41.
K. FKAXHL PAG E.
Phj-alclnu and burgeon.
Office, Roomc, over D. A. Mcintosh's store.
Offick Hours : 0 to 11 a. i. ; 3 to Z i M.
Residence, opicslte theJohansen hulldtnt?
ofo. a. noiinis. ono. soi.wn !
XOE..IMD & IOItRIS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Oillw in KlnneVs Iiloek. ppolte lit)
Hall. Astorlft. Oregon.
a w. fcltox. . o. r n tok.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
UopiiH 6 and C. Odd Fellows Kslidnig.
-JOSEPH A. CU.L,
ATTORNEY AT IAV.
Office. on Cass stteet. 1 door switli fd
Odd Fellows Building.
X q. A. BOWLIIY.
Atiorucy na CJounKollof t J.ittt.
OW.y? in Chenatnus Slreot. AsUirtn. Oi sn
"iKI.O ' P.1KK.EK.
flulrtop County, :turt City irAtoi la
OWce: ChenaintisstrePl. .M.C A. hall
Room No. S.
AltCUITKCr AND Sl'I'WtlXl'KNDrM.
Oj-ricE: Rikm9. Kinnej's RrttkCtork,
"taY tuttiTk, inub "
rHYSTCIA"S AND SUKGKOH
OKFICB UoomS 1. 2. Mid 3 l' tllalt.Ii t.Mild
Eksidrxok On Cedar Ktioet. ia.' t
St. Map 'a Hospital.
V. HICK3. V. sj! Vtt.
IK.' ELS .L SI11W,
r.Oi,15H 111 AllfliN ifldldilljt. lip bl.lll-i. -
tier Cas and Sueicwiua itiwK A-to:ia
BANKING AHD INSURANCE !
I. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ASTOIUA, - OtSEOO.
Ol'KICE nOl'KS :
Front fi o'clock A. 31. until 2 o'clooK V. M.
Bozorth & Johns,
Heal Ettcte and Incarance Agents and P.roktri
ASTOKIA, .... Oregon.
Wewtlte polities in the lollowlnj; nrtl
Knonrn Tire Insurance Coinpuitles :
riiccxix or nAirn'OKi.
SCOTTISH UNION AND NATIONAL OV
LION. OF LONDON
HOME. OF NEW YOKK.
WXDON AND LANCASIHUr.OF LIYKK-
HlOSNlX. OF BltOOKLYN.
CONXECTlCUr. OF HAiriTOItD.
O.VKL INI) HOME. OF OAKLAND. CALA.
And alo represent tSte M'ESTERX. of
California. JLlAn'L'RO-K.-'J.li'L'A'.ol Oer
mauv. and AM ERICA X STEAM BOIL
ER 1XSURAXCE CO.
Ke&l Estate Bought snd Sold on CfliutnWsInn.
M.W.rr.CHIIEIMEP.. - - l'i trident
H.Y.COKBETr. - - Ylc? I'reMfJeiit
EDWARD H LI. Senvtarv
Fire ail Marine taraiiee Co.
tF PORTLAND. OKCtiOX.
t?ai)if.tl i'ultl t'p.
CanL Ai-ip1h Ea.t etnl.
rtlaln St. Astoria. Oregon.
lfue Just Purehawd a Fine, New Iffar,
Private Boarding House.
milK IMEUIGNED KESPECTFl ELY
JL anuoun-es that she U prepared to lur-
ntsh Indies or GeuUemen Ifli Board only.
reasonat'lerate. No extra tharKe fot me
of Parlor or Bath room, and eery effnit
will be made to make her guests feel com
fnrtable and at home.
Dlnnrr Srrteil from :SO to Ct5v) I 21.
arras, k. r, noi.ni'.v. ,
SE Cor. 3laln and Jefleron streets.
Dissolution of Copartnership, j
TtTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Til K '
iil copartnrhtp heretofore eiistlns un-1
dertheflrmuainen.dstleof "I homes and-i
snowies is mis uay atssoivcu oy mutual
Astoria, Oreffon, April isth. 1E8. w
' 2ntera tho system, from, cnlmotrxx
causes, at all seasons.
Shatters the Ktrres, Impairs Digestion, anil
I i.ruecutci ice .suscirc.
QalcUr tndcasipletf ljcare arnlarla.aad CUtlls
<udei Lnck of Uncrar it hza nn eqiuo. It
enriches end purities tbs blood, itlrculates tho ap
ptlt and etmnqtiiens the arwl(-j and ncn-fts.
It does not in)nzo thn tot-th.causohMdarhfl. or
pxducecnn,lination c 'otitrlrem mdtare d..
FATnxn 1 J. ItnnxT. th patriotic and Ojlar!y
Catholic Dirsnc. if Ark:nsai Siys:
"l have usod BrownM Iron Bitters with tlwgrMt
cst stisfact.on for ilalana. and as a prv-tir .f
UhllU and ld disnavn ami will alwcj? L - S...n
hand as a read; friend. w
n wranpf-r Tntce no otlirr. JlAdBunu L
brown cm: m it l Co.. UAi.Ti5ioi:ii, Ja.
LtDlxs Hand Boon nsefol and M rartlvs. tx.n
Utnicc list ol prises for mcijv infraiatlnn aboat
ooins. oic, ciren urcy lijrall Ceslers m rcodrino.ee
milled to any adt!ro4 ou roceipt c1 2c, etaap.
SNELL, HEITS1IC A WOODACU.
Whoijhauc AorNTS. Poni .'id C re,i.n.
n a k
ess a 4 u
i f r iero u i .f'i.e ii
;. 'i JLltt rs wl.lt ft instin
perfe't tlket -hi tin' .isMiml.ttitiu, and the
actlrt tti,ni u. tl.rirLint'iionshvtlte
HvcraiKl lxiwcls '.Pe stmi aw,ulre
tone tliruhli ti.e i it ..-nf of Utft Ixinn
medicine, i!i ien j;w 'tronper and
more trr.uiiiii. la wl'hf-. oe.te, and that
nameles-aHx1tv Mhioah a pf-cusiaiitvof
tlt dMH?bOv. lt wav to cliierrttln"ess
ToetaWlHli h.'.Uh cm k s,uf fiHtndatioii.
nsc the po1-i. tuixoruiit. For sale h all
Druijisti ttA Dealers p'-jct'aHy.
they know all about Mustang Lin-
immt. Few do. Not to know is
not to have.
Many a Lady-
is beautiful, all but her skin ;
and nobody has ever told
her how easy it is to put
beauty on the skin. Beauty
on the skin is Magnolia
Hoklcus Aiiolion Rooms
f Ptai)lHlH-d Jnnnaiy Kt. is?7. 1
R. V. II0LDEX.
Itia! INI ate r.tttl General Auctioneer
and Commission Fvlerchant,
rhfiiniMKtrN'l. - AtAn.i (rf?:iit.
Attiif'tSon" s..W? of Sundries e n .-ati:rda .
at 10 -j a. M.. at inv Attction ".turns'.
. Viii conduct Auction Sale of Heal E-tate,
tl'.'ttln. fiml IVirn- SlfWV iur. .-vr l.i
V< lloturijs ProLtid!) rutici after Salt..
Conslsaiaent respectfully Mtic.trd,
Notary rttbllc for the State of Opjhi.
Cumiaiscioncr or Deeds for W.ulthtKt'OJ
AK'-nt for D&.S and Aeek) ort-iu,tiM.
' Boat Building.
w-. . .,, ...Mn.,n.. .,,.,.,,-
ST 0 C K A N D WQ R K 11 A U S H I P
' uu "liU ""' inwuiui
Boats of Every Description Uuiit.
hiej A null it I xrheiiV
tr. 33. r.i:4TIE2KS.
suitable- for Sociables and Parties.
i " Terms aiotterate.
j Apply to N. CLINTON.
fei B'OSSACSX &$
lh' l.'i- t .1
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A DOntliK LIFE.
TJie remarkable career of JLibert
Scliayler is almost ir.ereiible. Eora
of an" old and aristocratic faxml in
New York, lie wetit into bnsinc? awl
greatly increased his patrimony. il
also increased his matrimony; lor lie
was captivated by a leantiful jirl of
Yonkere, and made her his ufe, un
der thesinelo condition that she must
never be admitted into his social cir
cle or introduced In .my member of
his familv. He told her his name was ,
Ki;r.pr iii.l thftl v.nn ihe name ltoniei
on IhrmarriaL'ecertiiJcate. lie fitted
u an elegant boiii on Anixtv sireel,
!and there he and Mr. Spleer lived
happih for vear.s. .She had her own !
'circle of friends in her relatives and j
acquaintances, hut ht was shy of
them, lie lived lor lirteen vears two J use. xne water win iouow tae cnan
distinct lives in this citv--about as i nel of Pitt river to a point about six!
distinct as if he had beeii two inili-imHe.? above Alturns, where a ditch;
viduaR In realizing one of these ""ill be started and follow the foot-
lives he v. as the generous and re- hills around the uorth of the valley,
spected Mr. Spicer - the aileetionate I the ditch to be increased iu length as,
husband and indnlgent father of Am-, tho demaud of water requires.
ilv street; in realizing the other, he i
was the handsome and wealth v P.ob-f Thirty-six of Joseph's band of Nez
cit Schm ler of Vall street the ele-! Perces, which are permitted to return
gant bachelor vl:o dftiiued at th;
Ja's, and went l. dinner parlies at
the I.orillard's and Asto:'f and whom
woldly-mindtMl maidens set their caps
to catch. He slept on Amily street,
and was there one of the pillar of
tho church, which he always attended
with Mrs. Spicer and tho children.
At Delmouico'a ho was known only
as iSchujier, the able financier, grand
son of CJeu. Phillip Schujler, whom
Washinijton loved and trusted. Old
soeieiy tabs teased him abotit his
.tingle singularity, and his friends
gined him for so disrespectint; the
example, of Gen. Phillij, who. I be
lieve lef! thirteen living likenesses of
-"chm ler throve wonderfully in Wall
f-lreel. He lecame a millionaire, lie
was a confidHnlof andcrbilt. llo
was ciecteu president e: tne new
Yotlc .t ew Haven railrond company.
About that time, 1 have been told,
wo vonujr men, one being ms son
Dan Spicer, met this duplex man on
Broadway. J'otii recoguizfu him, and
1 didn't l:nov you knew hlui.
Dan, said oucj'
"Nothing strange about Ihat,1 an
swered the other, glibly. "J ought to
know him, considering that he is my
"Yonr father!" repealed the other,
in aslonUbmeat; "'it -can't he; that's
1 know he isn't married."
'Schuyler -not much!" retorted hia
companion. "That's Mr. .lamea &.
Spicer. and he's m father. I hope I
know, iict'a lurn around and I'll in
troduce ou to him."
Tho curiosity of the lirsl speaker
now being aroused, they tnrued about
and walked after the fine, tall figure,
now below the city hall.
"I kuow him by the shape of his
shoulders and his walk, insisted he,
'as well as by his face. "Why, he comes
up to our honso and playB billiards
with my father every fow night?, and
he attends our parlies.'
They had gained on the gentleman
as they walked, and were quite near
him when he met another coming in
tho opposito direction who said, shak
ing hands, -'Good morning, Schuy
ley! Stocks aro a bit shaky this
morning, but yonr Hues aro firm."
The boy a walked past them unnoticed,
bnt Inu was set to thinking.
Asa matter of fact,Scliiiylcr'rf liaes
were not as "firm" as they seemed.
He had already been nipped in sev
eral transactions, and to make him
self good he had issued illegal bonds
of the New Haven road and sold thorn.
His affairs getting more ami more
tangled, he rosortod to th relief
more and more, till at last he had
created an indebtedness of some two
million dollars, sold the bond and
used or kent the money. Ho pre
pared for flight, and started for Eu
rope one summer evening. Just
before absconding he got time to run
home o longer in Amity street, but
a handsome residence on Twenty
second street near Eighth avenue,
still known as ''the Schuyler man
sion";, and there he revealed himself
to his wife his name and his crime.
Ho put his family in charge of a
friend -Courtlaudt Palmer, L have
been told and bade good-bye to
America forever. His family joined
him ;n Paris, where they suddenly
became Schuylers; there the children
were educated, and there, some years
since, 3I. Ilobert Schuyler-Spicer,
went the way of all tne liviug uust
to dust His body was entombed at
Pero la Chaise; but his widow had
the body disinterred, frozen iu- ice,
and brought back home. Determin
ing to escape the galling notoriety
that a disclosure of his identity at
quarantine would have caused, she
bribed stewards and inspectors, who
hid the body in a roll of carpet and
so carried it ashore. In the twilight
three men wero Feen bearing a heavy
Toll of carpeting -tip the high stops
of the old Schuyler mausiou. Curi
ous neighbors watched the burden
from tho opposite windows, and
loungers regarded it from the side
walks; but there was no suspicion of
its identitv, though somebody may
ihaYO remarked, '"TheN are going to
refuruih the Schuvler mansion for a
hotel, Til bet, That carpet must be
lArosquelte, rolled light.'
i uetievo ine uunut wua. juucu un
der some third name neither Schuy
ler nor Spicer. Two of the children
of this strango double life live in
New York City now. It was Gold
smith who said, "There is no solitude
more dreadful than a great city";
and Emerson sa, '"If you would
kuov. and not be known, dwell iu"a
great citj.H Hr. .1. Crtjff'ul.in ?;'
The Modoc Independent 3-3 Jhal
a comyanv ha leen organized In
Mot lor county For ihe purpose ofcsn
strncJinfr a canal to tap Ciooae Laket
and conduct ifs -vvater.? info Pitt river.'
thence mer the sage brush lands in
that valley and by thte means to fur
uihh adequate means for irriirattutr a
wrfte quantity ot now useless ismi,
and at the same time to reclaim sev-
era! thousand acres of swamp land
lying along tho shores orUoo3eiiake.
At the upper end of the lake there
are 20,000 acres of land, and at the
lower end there are 20,000 acres which
can be drained and thus brought into
lxom luuiau territory, are to oe io-j
cated on the Colville reservation It
is supposed that they were the ring- j
leaders in the massacre of the whites
on Salmon river in '77, and that ther
prefer to place themselves at a safe
distance from the indictmenLs for
murder which aro hanging over them
in V7. T'flr."f. viirfT l.lnli "ATninr
Vi'ateriwas not informed in the d is j
patch whether or not Chief Joseph
would be among tha number. The re
mainder of Ihe band will be located
on thcNe Perce iieserve. Of the
kX) who wero captured by General
Miles and kept in exi'e for over seven S
years, only about one-half aro left to
return, and they aro thoroughly br.k-J
en in spirit.
A dispatch from Kamloops to iLo!
Victoria Tivus, dated April ltth.j
sajs that a strike of -1,000 men ook
place on tlie C. P. railroad in the Sol- j
kirk range -on April 1st. No work
was atlowed to go on east of the sec-j
oud crossing of the Columbia. The
men demanded their pay from last j
December up to the end' of Alareh,
and that in future a regular-monthly j
payday be established. They sent
word to Air. Wright, in Eagle" Paei
that they had no desire to interfexr
with his work, as he paid his zxxeiu
They even stopped the bridge work
which wftfj going on over the Colum
'ItichtMitffi' Kqbiuson, whose burly
form will not be seen on the lloor of
the house for an indefinite time after
inauguration day, relates au -amusing
incident in which he was the chier
actor. More thau forty years ago he
look out his first papers for citizen-i
ship. Thq clerk repeated the usual
formula, which required the applicant
to renounce allegiance to all other
governments, and concluded without
ever making a pause, '"but especially
to the queen of Great Britain and Ire
land so help ou God give me a dollar."
'Pardon me, sir," Mr. Itobinson said,
'but shouldn't yon have put a comma
botweon God and the dollar?"
Walls fttiout Town.
To look at the varions fellow-beings
wo meet in tho streets is an interest
ing study. Qneer oeoplo some of
them are. Some are proud of their
olothes, while some shuffle along in
tatters. Some aro cheerful, olhera
are molaucholy. Some hare a light
and happy step, others plod on as if
marching" to the grave. What a good
thing it would be to give each of the
sad aud weary ones a bottle of Brown's
Iron Hitters! How it would nerve
them np and make them know tho
blessing of hearty health! Alr.Schult
of Kiel, Wis., says, ''Brown's Iron
Bitters curedmo of general iil health.'
Some of tho farmers in southern
Oregon who have been stall feeding
beef cattle since last fall, find to their
loss lhat they have over estimated
the demands of Iho local beet market.
Thev are now anxious to soil their
fat cattle at it reduced price, and
some have even turned the beeves out
upon the range again after having
fed them grain all winter.
Seott'M KimiNion ofl'ure Cod IAwt
In l'ltlmonni'ii AiTcclionnutl Scrof
ulous Diseases.-in:, lux M. liNO.
New York, says: "I Itae prescribed
hcoit'N Kiuu&ion an t used It in my fam
i y and am grcatlv pleaded with It.
Hae frttinil it ery servicenbleiilScrof
uloiis lieaes ami Pulmonary anoo-
"Ihe attitude and temper ol tho
miners union at tne wooit river
mines so meuaces the peace of the
district aud the safety of property,
that an additional fore of troops with
effective arms have been sent there to
assist the local authorities. Sixty
members of the Bradford union have
been arrested aud been placed under
20,000 bonds each. -
There i-. a sort of pallid. chalk t-oni-plexion
which ihe novelists "mil a
"washed-out complexion." 11 is
chastly enough, and no mistake.
Washed-out. faded, discolored, or parti
colored hair is almost as repulsive aud
melancholy. Parker's Hair lialsam
will restore yonr hair to its original
color, whatever it was; brown, auburn
or black. Why wear mass on your head,
when you may easily have lively., shin
Suilob's Catarrh Remedy a posi
tive cure for Catarrh. Dlptnerla and
I Canker ilouth. Sold by W. ,Dement,
3 158 -mm
O". THE GR2AT
Rheumatism, Sejiraigid, Sciatica ,
Lurabsgj. Backache. Headacho. Toothache.
Hro Tiiroatt ftwelUcc sprains iirulc
r:iK Cll.!tMH A-ldOKLKlirO..
iuntt -whjj jkitcv
CSc.t4M . A. YtXIl-to - W ) JUltlu.rc. 2-1., L'.i X.
MRS. r-VA WALLMAN. - Proprietor.
2-Ir-t lft.s In Kn-ry Uesprct.
Sl:ti up "willi 4Try Coiiren
ieut'e lor Hie Comfort l"
Transient and Permanent Guests.
Corner Stuentoiiua and WV-,t Sttt Starts.
Ths Telephone Saloon
Tho Finest Establishment of
the Kind in Astoria.
K-peou!l titled up lor ihe Cotnfoit :atd !
t onenlnce 01 tha- who hiJoj u
clal Ola . '
n- ii,.st ,r wi,, . i.i,PM,r$.
Everything New and First-Class. !
is. r...is-'rF:iiY. irtip.
11. i:. lABKi:it. Inti'
First Class in Every Respect
lrtM Couch to tlm HotiM
Old Ciistle, Yspitli, and other
brands of Coke Tin Plates, for
salo in lots to suit purchasers,
now in warehouse at Astoria;
uLso Liverpool fiuo and coarse
salt. For further particulars
Meyer, Wilson & Co.
nrimiv""'""-" iiiiii in n
Colurtia TransDortatton Conany.
FOR PORTLAND !
Through Freight on Fast Time I
W'bU'ti tiu lioou specially built for the comfoft cf pawners will leave
WILson & Fisher's Dock every
Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M.
Returning leaves Portland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
rAn nddllloniU trip will be made on
: 9 OV.look Sunday ilorulnj
for Sound ports.
Wilson & Fishe
ShiL?r'!Royal Brand Flour
! HAH. WAK.H
raintS. UllS. ana VarniSn.
i PKO VISIONS
"" " ""
Salem Ploiirins Mills,
Portland Holler Mills.
i "rf i i,-, j
uapiuu jc lour tuiu
MeiMer ani CaW Maker,
NKXT Tt Tin: ASIOIIIA.V V. 11.1)1 Nfi.
fcor-All work done In a uKUMul uuinner on
ilmrt iin'Iee at n'aouahle rates.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
I URN ION ATUKdT. NhAU I'AhKiUt Hut'HE,
wpaim i itVKiiflV
asioi.ia. - unr.tiv..
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
I BoiierWork, Steamboat Work
onrl Pannnnu Work a tnp-
j u.iu w....vy. j j, ... -r-
Oral I Descriptions made to Order
at Mltort Xotlce.
A. D. Wash, President.
J. tl. Hustler, becretary,
I. VV. Cask, Treasurer.
!i A nXUVF AV PWTJnHWM
O. rv.l-Vllr i w x MJivuiui,
ASTORIA. - OUEOOX.
;The Pioneer Machine Shop
AU kinds of
ENG"1-NEj 1? " NHrfiYi
.S - TTnAMTlOAT WOR.TT
PrompUy attended to.
AtpecUUly made of repairing
ITOOT OF LA PAYETTE STREET.
tfunduj or Rack Wcefc. tealDg PorUand
Passeusen bj thLt route coonjset at Kalama
U. B. SCOTT, President
B. B. FranMin,
S I 9U ni my-'-' "",' ' '
. -t-m-uiru UJ ,B
OREGON MILLING COMPANY
L-'jr Superior Quality, and is Endowed
who U4 it.
THE HOUSEKEEPER'S FAVORITE
Of Superior lJ.-ins Quality.
Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction.
W 1 ATT & THUJlPSOr1
Molt- .Ascnt fcr Atttoria.
Palntina; and Paper Hanpi
Taint "shop in rear of premise fotta
erly occupied by C. If. Stockton, oppo
site the Court House. .
All orders promptly and satisfactory
J. ii. D. eKAY,
Wnotea.de and reUU deiler U.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AHD FEED
Hay, Oats. Straw, Wood. Etc
LIME, SAND AND CEMENT.
fieneral Storace and WharfaRe on reason
aide terms, foot or Ronton sueet, Astorta.
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Brier Pip&j.
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
CORNER MAIN AND GHENAiTCS STS.
The Gem Saloon.
The Popular Resort for Asiorians.
Finest of Wines and Liquors
- Co to TIIK REM SALOON.
ALEX. GAMPRl'LL, - - TROITUETOR
ASTORIA LIPS STORE,
Itebuilt and Jtefltted Thronskout
The Best or
For a (Jood Cigar, call for one of
Corner A'est th and WaterStrriet, Astoria.
Magnus C. Crosby
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
lPIti and Copper.
Astoria Sail Loft.
Best of Worlc at Bottom Fiffiires
The wvll-hnortn Sallraaker now occupies
The Astoria Sail 1 on formerly occupied
by A . 31. Johnson.
Boat Sails a Specialty.
ALL WORK WARKANTKD
Conic and sre me at The Astoria Sail Loft :
next to I'tlnan liulliilnij.
Address P.O. Cot SIS.
Floats! Floats! Floats!
CANNBRYMEN who are In need of
Floats. Copper Handles and Mallets
should send their orders lo
B. YT. BI.OIl.
Ciafckanle. Orecoti. who has a quantity on
hand which will be Fold at reasonable rates.
'-SECURE THE SHADOW"
Ere the 3ulwt.1nce.fade, and wbca jou tWt
Portland, laako It a part of your buslaus-i to
call oa W. IT. Towxk, at the San Fran
cisco Callerjt S. W. corner First and
Morrison streets, and have your photograph
tafcen In the highest style ofthe art.