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VOL. XXIH, NO. 98.
ASTORIA, OREGON, Fit! DAY APRIL 2A, IS85.
TVflS. A 1. and J. A. 'ULTO
Will giie pioinpi attenilon to n31 calN.
Trorp any part ol the clr or country.
Qrhce over Allen's Store, corner Cas snJ
sxUiemoqua streets, Astoria. Oregon.
Telephone No. 11.
Office. Booine, orer D. A. McInto-OiN store.
OrFICK HociiS :-9 to 11 a. m. ;-3 to 5 l..v.
Rp-ddence. opposite the.iohann building
At Ltdl seiiaa se&rlr mri nin nl tn n ...
sort cf ioalc. !RO enters iato alaiort everr r&r
!cisi'b prescription lor Ujom who a ted h-.nlj.ng..
PRICE, FIVE CENTS
OFO. A. UOBBIS,
ATTOR.YEVS AT LAW.
Ofllcc lu hinnej'rt Block. rpfsU'
Jinll. Astoila. Drtgou.
1 - xigy
LOOKS VERY WARLIKE.
AI1. OVKU TIIK STVTK.
England aud ni3 AjntaiYZuJy Reter
Jalned to Fljfct.
Lo.vao.v, April 22. -That the ar-
ernment expects war seem.1? to be fair-
JC'-ksomsiUe Times Gnu Mitchell
killed a isre panther last weekorr
ihe road between here- and Synaw'
lake U-iii to the protection of the
gam. law, deer will be plentiful this
W.J. PJyrndaJe counted -or.?r
his way from (Jinnaoar iu
dkvous. Neil Uroa.. of
Soudan; second, the repeated refer- "ORner creek, were down with
ence made by Gladstone last evening . a .Iot of Shl dust, the re
to the necessity of holding all .troops swJt of the seasou's rnn. They have
there m readipe-y for service when- a fJd claini and expect to work it
wanted, and these wu ".vrauiic before long.
lUtciiP J oitrnul Robert Ciimn-
ill M. "1
lyinferred from the following rnaxin- inu.
lirst, its last night's announcement . ihirry on
of the nrobable vn5!rfinn nf Hint the Si
.... t Y.or WenkHMA, LaasUude. Lack or
Otj KBcrjOt. &c it I1AS Ml JCQUAJj, nd
U toe on It Iron medicine tht u bh iojarlouii.
it Karlcke tkn Klssd. Inilrnrnliui ih
t.. r. M I.TOX. It does not U&ckra or injure lhateetb,canhetd.
.LHcrprxintvconsiJptucn ovw jron ntdic-rrt'io
Tn.Yl. H. BtsriJT. a lxdinc plirlcin ct
, "Brown Iron Bitterrifm thoroucHyBond medl- i
clno InM it in mypractics. and Hnd itcUcn J
eioftl ail other forms tit Iron. la wMJcnew cr a 'ow
coadition of. the eyrtwn. Brmra' Iroa Bluer i
for Jt." o . -
Gtnniaei hat trsd marlc awl tosvJ rd Iism on
j wrapper. Take no ether. Madecnbrtir
9!"C"r.-Mn? -.tits-i. : d.nr Miutii or , iain'HABoor-aw.nH JV;!;:;r,:":
j twaloir list of pru4 for rwripe . inforrajti.in nbont
ouin etc.. BiTn nway by all cIm!. in ndicn9. or
,. flOWLUI taaCed to any Addrws on receipt of 2s.etaaip.
SMXE, IIKUMIU ITOODVIUi.
- t -W..A. . .... -.- .. . ..
nuuuaMj; AUHMa, lOfilJ U UIViUI.
'. V,'. FC1.TGX.
ATTOKNKY.S AT LAW.
ltoms G and C. Otld 1 Vcn Kulldlng.
JOSEPH A. GII.L."
aitoi:nj:y at law.
Odd rellmtb UulMlm,'.
Attorney and Conici-llor s.t I.ittv,
OflltN' on CluMiiunuH Stjoct. AMotla. 0i-2i.
KI.O K IMHKI'.It.
I'lutHOii I'ouuty.and Clt or Antoria
gfllce :-Cheniuniis .lreet. Y. M. C. A. b:ll
00m Ko. H.
AKC1I1TECT AND St'PKKINTKXDKNT.
OFKICK : JCooni D. K lunej V Uriel Dlork.
PHYSICIAN AKD SUKGEON
Office ltooins 1, 2. and ft I' siikui Bu'Id
ing. , Besidenck-Ou Cedar Stret-l. li.sck ol
it. Marj'' Hospital.
f I. HICKfi.
A. U S1IVW.
IIH'IiS t Nil nv,
Kooaij In Alien's Bulldlnjj. iip rdalr. cor
ner Cass and Squemoqua .treets. Astoria.
BANKING AND INSURANCE !
.. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
iSTORM, - ORF.0?.
Frota 9 o'clock A. M. until 3 o'clock r. M.
Am. f0050 sources arlBo thrce-i'onrtbs
ortiie diicose3 of the hnmnn race. Tlicse
symptoni9 lmllcato tbelr enstcnce:
Irf8 of Apprtlte, Itowels costive,
blck Hendnclie, tillness aOer eat
iuff, averloa to exertlouof body or
ralml, Eructation orfood, Irritabll-
2lues8fFlatterlnfratthelTcart,IotB before the eye, hlclUy colored
Urine, CpxsTlPATIOXfahd demand
tlie use of a roinody that acb directly on
SPJAvfer. As aLlrer modlcIneTUTT'S
Am? ave no,o1ual-.TlielrBcUoaoa
the Kidneys and Skin Is nlso prempt:
removing all impurities through theao
three scHTenKer or the stcra,"
producing appetite, sound dhMstlon.
regular stools, a oionr nvin nft a -r-w
orousbody. TUTT'S PULLS cause no
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
U41BUK r uiskebs changed la
Bozorth & Johns,
d Estate and Insurance Atrests and Brokers
ASTOKU. - - - Oregon.
We write policies la the follow lukr v,ell
knojvn I ire Insurance Companies
PHCEXIX OF HARTPnfin
SCOSlNBUKOIOV AND NAT,nNAL 0FI
1 JO. OK LOMJO.N
HOME. OF NEW YORK.
liOKDON AND LANCASHIRK. (r IJYF.lt-
PHOENIX, OF UKOOKLYN.
CONNECTICUT. OF llARTFOItD.
OAJkLAND HUME. OF OAKLAND. OALA
And alo reprevnt the WESTERX. of
iuuuruiii, iiAJl UU UU-IIUK31EK, I tllfOl'.
ER IXHUUAXCE Cu.
Sfal Estate BonLt and Sold ou (VowraUslon.
H. W.COKllETr, -EDWARD
Fire anil Marine Tnsnrance Co.
OF 1'OlilLAND. OKhCON.
:nplial fald Up.
Cb.hU AKHotN Kcd.
C. LKIXKX WEBER,
AmXk j. ir presdonreceiptorw
rwra iinj?Ai op wzruii tizsstsa rait
A. V. Allen,
Wholevdf and RetallDp.Hler In
Glass and Plated Ware,
'IROIMCAL A.NI) DOMES TIC
FRUITS AND VEGEfABLES.
ever they may ix
words were obervcd "to be sooken
with emphasis; third, the demand for
j .13,000,000, uieanina five and a half
pence increase in the porutid in taxe-,
j a demand never before 'made except
for war; fourth, the government would
not have excited popular feeling bv
so readily giving vent Jo Luroden's
This morning's nre.T spare-, no
wonls in accepting Lnniidcn's rejiort
and giving tliclie to KomnrofTs losti
inony. This sentence from the (Jin on
ulf, lioretofore a peaceful liberal pa
per, a good tnstnnce of the deiiant
I tone of the pres: uAiuore crushing
rejoiuuer count luirdly je imagined.
Not one sentence of 'Koinnrofl's re
porl remains. ot one clause of it
wa- exempt from I ho grfs-e-d and
mtKi impudent perversion tf truth."'
Troops aie swarming- to all bar
rackn Ihroucrhout the rnited Kinrr.
Idom. iu rediHinse to the government's
call for the reserve. The war ollice
iu London U be-eiged by military of
, ficers asking for em!oynieut.
. It has been decidt-d to divide the
Portsmouth fleet up iuto channel flv-
ingnuu reserve, squadrons,
j Fresli ortler have beeu received to
jiucrease the number of workmen ai
The press association asset Is that
it is enabled to htnle that further
communications have lweu received
from St. Petersburg to the eficet that
the Kussian government has refused
to hold further inquiry in regard to
General KomarofTH report of the
engagement of March 00. It is the
opinion, therefore, in English and
Russian diplomatic circles, that peace
cannot be maintained.
Odessa. Anril -2fL English mer
chants are closing out their business
and preparing to leave the country.
The excitement is increasing, and
funds are falling. 1
St. PKTEitSBCKa, April 22. Every
one is speaking of war .as inevitable.
The Russian repl sent to M. De
giers, througljSir Edward Thornton
yesterday, after the receipt of Sir
Peter 'jEmtaftleBi suppfef&eatary 're
port on the La til of "fcrort SO, has
just been received. M. Degiers re
plies cartly that Russia declines to
enter upon any further discussion of
the Penjdeb" incident.
Paris, April 22.- The Journal des
Debais says this morning in regard
to Gladstone's, statement avowing re
sponsibility for the suppression of
the JfosphorrJi'gyptten, that -'France
must look to England for redress.
We will maintain our rights, and do
not lack ample means to do so." It
also stated that a French fleet has
been got in readiness for the mirnose
of making a naval demonstration on
Alexandria, 'lo enforce compliance
with the demand of France for retal
iation for the suppression of the
newspaper Jitepliore Jigyptien'
am 1 !
H 1URE !
HEAVY AND SHELF
bell killed nine ceesent nnp ahnt Inst'
T 1 riM " . . . t- -- -. . - "-- "
.uuu'iuv.- xne siore are ouenng jroni. ujnnut, j.met icsumi roisont.
fresh butter for sale at""ir, cents a! A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE
,.. ...... huh .13 iiuwiii pcLS leili-"- -!.. .-ore unroot. iloarcnc-M. ColJ.,
!hi eanesunv morning at r v. v ". ,u"'-loj..'roup, wtwo.
n:W o'clock, for'a few minnte l"ct!X"Hl'BlBT,h5?'-aJ!W
Mr. A.M. Osburn a ill ne the" !' " so cents a bottio. Sow hr'ii1!!., ...
from about 100 cows in ihe nmn. . . ,V..Vff?V",??' tfordtaWr to .
nclureof cheese this se,won. lfr. l t&Z&raitSuZ ISS ZZ. . .'Jtt,!?'
sixty odd cows iriviiH' milk nnv Tlltf!LlJ5? -TJ?":"Ki',t".
l::ilarr. JUrjlJa.I, I.e. I.
with more to follow. The farm of
the late Iluliuns M-l!er, neir Cobnrg,.
in this county, containing O0.8 acres,'.
was sold last .Mondav Dr.
Sheltou for SC.52L
Ashlaud Tidiliri: W. V. .Johnsnii
the bprry-fnrnicr of Roseburg, will be- mi:s. r Va WaI.I.jian.
H"' ounjiiui eijinucrriLs 10 J. oriMllU
next week. Mr. ,T. M. Tvier. rf"Ti-
lers station, above the Soda Springs,' i'ir.i riu in lUfrf
reiiorts less rain in the mountains
east of hore than wo have had in the) Mc.,, un.ler
valley.- Since the 1st of April 1S2'NE" HOUSE.
ruche of ram has fallen in Ashland'
Paints, Oils, and Varnish.
Salem Flouring Mills,
Portland Roller Mills, i
Capital Tlonr and
j ASTORIA. OKEOON.
B. B. Franklin,
ill it itli
UMieo lor tlt"
np lo yesterday mormug, and the
ground is wet enough to r-ond thei.M,,.,,
grass and grain up rapidly now. .
ine Aietiionl school has been closed
mis week- m order to prevent nny Tran.;pni flnri
danger from dintheria. poiisidirnli!l Iransieni anfl
alarm having been caused iu town bv '
the cases at Phconix and the illness of . Corner Sqncmoqiu and Yit Mh sm,
Roseburir li'-cl-itc: A?niv m.i'TUn T!.U-. fvi !
houses have been built near 'the de-' I "C I BIBJUiU! 0910011 1
i1" Huc-i. xurcc more wagons load-;
ed with immigrants, arrived in town j
u ednesday. Plcnlv of came, sunn n-?!
elk;, deer, and bear, and plenty of fish JTlif Finost Rciinhlwliitiiii nP
V. Uuraett has
l.r tlu'r lt 1
Holueihs Auction Rooms
' ENtanhslit'd .lanuar, Nt, isrr. j
E. ('. IfOLDEX,
iU'dl INtateaml Gi'neral Aiutioneer
and Commission Merchant,
Cli.-n.iMsSlnvi. - AMona. Oregon.
Particulars of BarrloV Irth.
Auuriiou salo ol StindiKS en S.ituida.
t 10 :"0 .. m.. at rav Auction Roonm.
ill conduct Auction Salt-, of Real KMste.
1 attic. Slid I'nitlllll" SW1. linr,-. rl.i.
3Iain St. Astoria, Oreeon.
Have Jat THrfliaficd a Fine, New Ileiir.
Private Boarding House.
rtlHE UNDERSIGNED KESPECTFl'LI.Y
. t .,Vini.unpesbal sll(J b Pttpared to fur
nish ladles or Gentlemen with Board only,
or with Board and FumWied Koomd at cry
icasoimblo rate-!. No extra charRo foruic
"'lor or Bath room, and ccrv effort
fni1m:id,et.0?,akehci" Sits feel coin
lortable and at homo.
BlBRfr 8crcd from 3i3 to CjM P. 31.
3IKS. K. C, IIOLDVIX,
SECor. Main and Jeflerson streets.
I'ksu Returns Proiaptlj Made aftt-r Snl-.
1 nnsiannients rcsicctfullv -olicitod.
Notary Public for the State of Oregon.
Commlssioiici of Deed-, for Va.lmij:li,!i
Apent lor lMil and A eckl Ongonlau.
STOCK AND WORKMANSHIP
Boats of Every Description Built.
Minji oer Arndt & PcrchcnV.
K. .11. LRtTnERS.
Delivered at Your Door.
San Fhaxcisco, April 22. -Xews re
ceived to-day by the steamer Gra
nada from Panama, etates that Presi
dent Rarrio met his death at the
uiiuub 01 a suarpsuooter wno was
concealed in a tree near the advance
torces or .tne Salvador troops. Some
or the latter made a rush forward, to
obtain possession of the body, and a
terrible hand-to-hand conflict ensued.
in which Rarrios' son, Vinancio, and
his so.n-in-law were killed. Mrs. Rar
rios who, with seven children, arrived
hero on the steamer, wbeu asked bv
the government regarding the'eree
tion of a monument tojier husband,
replied: "The best monument the
government could raise would be n
man who is equal to ihe present oc
casion, ana wiio would enrry out the
plans of Rarrios." His remains were
placed in n public cemeterv. The
funeral was attended by all he citi
zeps and soldiers who were iu the citv
of Guatemala nt the time.
in ilsou croek.- J.
his side t met enmnfefo1 nnl i.a r
ready shipped one car load of fruit.
See what benefit it is to own aTail-Er
road. Master Alva and Miss Rrfhn
Bellows presented us with the" first
ripe strawberries, nluekcd from Ihpir Tim
vines this season.
Grants Pass Ceurier: There is a
boom among prospeotors at present
Southern Oregon is receiving as
many settlers this season .as, th6 rest
of the state combined. The " city
council of Ashland has Dassed an . nr.
dinasee against allovrirffr' ehinkpnn
to ran -at large. -Ed. Weed has sold
his ranch five miles from this place
to V. H. Whipple, formerly of Port
land. Figs can be as successfully
grown in southern Oregaa q3 in north
ern California, where thousands of
bnshels have been raised every Aear.
H.R. Miller A Co. are making a 'spe
cialty of the tnau-fiftture of Bugar
pine lumber. They are shipping
quite extensively to Ashlaud, Engene
City, Albany and Portland.
the Kind in Astoria.
Merger and Cabinet Maker,
m:t to mr a-toi:iax r.i ii.dim:.
S?AII work done in :. skillful manner on
diort nonce at naonalIe rates.
Com enlenco o
Social Ola .
p for the Coimoit and
1 those who enlov a
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
j RK.VTOX STKKKT, NKlt PAIEKEK IIOUSB,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
Host of Wlnps and Liuuoi. I
The Ciioleest Cigar. 1
Everything Now and First-Class.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
Royal Brand Flour
Manufactured hy the
OREGON MILLING COMPANY
I Is of .superior Quality, and is Endorsed
! THE HOUSEKEEPER'S FAVORITE
J or Sujierior Rlsia; (futility.
Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction.
1 WYATT & THOMPSON
! Sole A - lor Axtorin.
I . .. .
Mini aiiu Paper Haw..
Taint Miop in rear of prniMs fonn
crly occupied by O.J I. Stockton, opiK
site the Court Uoiw.
All orders promptly ami s.di.raetorJ
J. H. D. GRAY.
Wholoale and retail dealer lu. c
OROCERfES, FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND AND CEMENT.
ilSf S Sl,ir!! aJ Wlurfase on ivason
Oren nton stree'. Astori...
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Brier Pipes,
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
It. L. JEFEILy.lai'r.
Clc tland Aked to Pardon Jctf Davh.
Lake Coeollal.i audls
This lee I cut on
All ordeis left.it PonI i Hansen's Astoiia
Soda Works he proniptlv attended to.
Dissolution of Copartnership. '
NOTICE IS IIEREBY Gl YEN THAT THE I
m copfirtnendiip heretofore exlstlnir un-!
Bwlesls Uila day dissolved by rnntual I a.wui , w, .
afTeetaent. ' lJW j Suitable for Sociables and Parties.
C.W.KNOWLES, J TerEi 3f n derate,
Atttorta. Oregon, ApSiSmiP-iw Ap?lyt NCLPr2PdSt.
Lonuon, April 22. J)isnatches re
ceived here this afternoon state that
a terrible volcanic eruption has oc
curred in Passarvan, n province in
the east end of the island of Java. A
number of plantations have been de
vastated, and it is feared that fullv
100 persons have been killed.
Face YonrYTorrie Brartl) !
You can't do it. though, lfvnnr
olood is thm and poor. Give the
blood vigor by the use of Brown's
Iron Bitters, and your whole sjstem
has power to,resist adverse influence.
The Bev. W. BT." Chapman of Balti
more, says, "I deem Brown's Iron
Bitters a most valuable tonio for
general ill health." It cure's impuri
ties of the blood, neuralgia, dvspep
A cow attached to tha gubernator
ial mansion at Jefferson City, Mo.,
having been milked for five years bv
oonvfctf , now refuses to allow any
body in citizen's dress to approach
Slilloh's Catarrh Remedy a do3'.-
uve curejor Uat&rrb, DlpUierla and
San Fkanclsco, April 22. The
Bulletin's New Orleans soeeial srvr-
F. G. Home, editor of the Meridfnn
Mercury, one of the leading Demo
cratic papers ot tne .uississippi, ves
terday forwatded to President Cleve
land a petition asking for the pardon
of Jefferson Davis. The petition de
clares: -This act would relievo the
south from a great dejil of mortifica
tion and distress. Mr. Davis deserves
his pardon onaccouut of his military
and civic services rendered to his
country, now at peace. The" son them:
people." Mr. Horn savs. "trusted vnn I
Mr. President, and they will calf vou
blessed if you grant this petition. It
will lie the last act of elemenev thai
will wipe out the onlv remaining ves
tige of war." Home did not consnlt
Air. Uavis about the petition.
ouiuc jieuiiic arc uornciieeK, some
achieve cheek mid some have cheek
thrust upon them, but when von
come to a whole face, it is found in
the fellow who will let his" girl go to
the roller rink alone, pay her own ad
mission and the rental for skates,
and a halt hour later he comes up,
skater all the eveniug with her, and
then takes her homo and wants her
to kiss him at the gate. - EI mint fin.
Children can't be poisoned bv the
use of Bed Star Coneh finw 'n
If j.eoplo would give to the care
ot tneir own health one-tenth of the
time they devote uselessly to that of
otners. every one would feel much
Hcoll'HKmnlKlou of!nre Cod Liver
oil, with iiypophoMphite.
7n Pulmonaru Affections and Scrnf-
r?ew.9rI".sa5"s: "" have picscrlbed
ccott s r.muiMou and used it In my fam-
nun aui greauy pieal with it.
Have found it very seniceablein Scrof
uioiis diseases and l'uliin.nan affec-tton.
li. lk A Illicit. Prop'r.
Firsl Class io E?erj Respect.
Revolvers and CnrtriHaac
LAND ail IAEIHE ENGINES --HXER w .i252E8
BoilefWork, Steamboat Work Thp fipm Qalnnn
The Popular Resort for Astorians.
Finest of Wines and Liquors
UrttnTHE Oral SALOON.
ALEX. TAMPBELL. -
"and Cannery Work a spe-
Ofali Descriptleas made to Order
at Bhort UTotlee.
A. D. Wass, President.
.1. 0. Hustlkk, Secretary,
I. V. Cask, Treasurer.
Fruc C'oneli Io the Uoue.
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
Old Castle, Yspitti, and other
braudsof Coke Tin Plate, for
sale in lutn to suit purchasers,
now in warehonse at Astoria;
also Liverpool fine and coarse
sail. For fnrlhrr particulars
Promptly attended tc. -A
iptcURy made, of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
ASTORIA LIQUOR STORE,
AUG. DAHELSON - Proprietor
Rebuilt and Kefltted TtronKlion-
The Best of
W I X Ks. JL 1 0.TTORS, A.D CI6AKK
Tor a Good Cigar, call for one or
Comrr West 9th and "SYater.str.-eti. AtorU.
Magnus C. Crosby
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
iron Pipe and Fittings,
ColMli Transportation Company.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
Tin AND Oo3P3px-;
Astoria Sail Loft.
A New Hampshire shoemaker, who
was drawn to serve as a juror- and
wa3 thereby greatly excited, has com
mitted suicide, from no known reason
other than the faot that he was called
upon to serve in the above position.
e,Svv,,o, """S'Tttf JPtSPS"1 anal w"Py'Cnrea Dy ShUoh'a Cure.
Canker Mouth. Sold by W. f. Dement. guarantee If. Sold by Y. li Dement.
That Hacking Couffh pjin ho
qulpkly.cured by Silloh's Cure. We
Through Freight on Fast Time!
THE N'KV STEAMER,
Which 1m been specially htnlt for the comfort or passengers will leave
Wilson & Fisher's Dock every
Monday,Wednesday.and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M.
Returning leavei PorUand ever
Tttesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
at"owiofciyLin4t,e m?de " unay of Each Week. leaIn
Sir mrtSh sBaY MornlBR. PassenjieM b) this route connect i
Best of Worlc at Bottom Moures
The uell-knonn Saihnaker now occupies
Tlie Astoria Sail I.ort. formerly occupied
by A.M. Johnon.
Boat Sails a Specialty.
ALL WORK WARRANTED
Come and ee me at Tlie Ait orin Sail Loft :
net tol'jthian Building.
AhlreP. 0.'I .112.
J. 21 ESS.
Floats!. Floats! Floats!
CAKNERYMEN who are In ueed of
Floats, Copper Eandleo and Mallets
should send their orders to
B. W. BLOOD.
Ciatskanie. Oieuon. who has a rpni illy ou
hand which will he sold at reasonabV r.tes.
"SECURE THE SHADOW"
Jor Sound ports.
Ero the substance fade, and when yon Lsit
Portland, mako It a part of your business to
call on "W. TT. Tmrvp nf , c
z Portland J T.ri "T": " 'irra"-
at Knitnii oo -anery, o. w. corner First and
U. B. SCOTT, President Morrison streets, and have your photograph
taken In the highest style oftbe art