en Ay VOL. XXIII,' NO. 132. ASTORIA, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1885. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. BUSINESS OAUDS. lU1. A. Is. and J. A. FUXTOX. Plij'siciananil Surgeons. Will the proinnt attention to all calls, fiom any part of the city or country- Ofllct? nvi'P Allen's Store, corner Cas anil Siuetiioqiia streets Astiin, Oregon. Telephone o. -11. D 11. KKAXK IAS:. lliyfe!rinn and Surgeon. Office, Uoom C, o ct D. A. Mcintosh's stoic. Opfick Hours : n to 11 .. m. ;-- to 5 p. m. Residence, opposite the Johansen building :ko. a. dossuis. OKO. NOLAND SOE.A2EI) & IMHSBIS. ATTORNEYS AT I.AW. Ue- In Kinnej's Block. ppobite City lldM, Astoria. Oregon. r. vr. kultox. :. c rewox. VVISMX BROTHERS. ATTOKXEYS AT LAW. Roams 5 and G.Oild Frtlnw KhIIUIiis. J osi:iii a. aii.i,. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Oitick. on Cjiss street, 1 door south of Odd Fellows Building. y q. a. srowiiUY. Attorney and Oowir.-I!or 1 1 Law, Office on Chcnamus Street. Astoria. Oregon. sriv.isO h vxniaisK. SURVEYOR OF Clatsop County, and City rA!orI Olllce: Chenamus street. Y. M. C. A- h.tll Room No. 8. rv w. iiKicic. AKCHITKCT AND SUPERINTENDENT. Otricn : Room 0. KInne'.s Urlck Block, TAY TETTLR. JB. J. PHYSICIAN AND SUKGKON Office Rooms l, 2. and 3 V ihlan Bu M Ins. RKsrDEXOE-On Cedar Street, hack ot St. Mary's Hospital. F P. XIIKS. A. K. PIJAW. nrcKS fc sieiw. DENTISTS. Rooms in Allen's Building, up stairs, coi ner Cass and Sqr.cmoqua streets. Astoria. Oregon. BANKING AHDJNSURAHCE ! i. W. CASE, Broker, Banker, and Insur ance Agent, ASTORIA, - OREGU.'S. OFFICE HOURS : From 9 o'clock A. 2d. until 3 o'clock 1. M. M. W. FECIIIIEIMER. H. W.COKKETI. -EDWAKD HALL, - President Vice President Secretary THE OBEGOH anil Marine ta Co. OF PORTLAND, OREGON. Capital Paid Up, - S220.000.0CO Cash Assets Kxcced. - 2rfO.O00.00 C. LEIXEXWEBER, - Agent, ASTORIA, OREGON. C. E. Bain & Co. Are now prepared to furnish Doors. Windows, Mouldings AKD 33 L J&- O !K. jE2 3? S . Orders Solicited. Moore's Remedy -FOR- Poison Oa,l3L. MOORE'S REMEI) Cures and Prevents POISON OAK. CUltEH Piles. BuruCtits: fiK- 3IOTES Sunburn and Freckles, Cold in the Head or Lungs, Croup. Etc.. etc. An Invaluable FAMILY SALVE. Sold by all Drupgist"!. 23 Cent n Box. Trj-Et! AHEAD OF ALL COMPETITORS! Capitol Flour, Manufactured on the Gradual Reduc Ion System by the Salem (Or.) Capitol Flour Hills Co., LIMITED J Is the only flour that has taken First Prize three years In succession at the POItTXAXp aiKCHAXIC'd FA IK, Also at State Fair. Oue trial is suaiclcnt to convince of Its sui c rlority. See that the w ord CAPITOL is on each sack, GEORGE SIIIEL, 8 Staik St.. Portland Agent. WILSON & FISHER, Astoria Agents. To' Rent. ,A LARGE NEW BUILDING NEAR THE Iol O. II. & N. dock. Suitable for a saloon and boarding house. Inquire of BOZORTH & JOHNS. Enters tfce system Cram unknown cause, ct ell seasons. Shatters the Jferres, Impairs Digestion, and tnrcc-Dicg xiie jausaes. THE BE5TT0MIC Qaickl7adcaap!etl7cnrcsliralarla,aadbills and Severs. For Intermittent Fevers, I.a-"-sitndc, Inck of Knerrr, it haa no equal. It enriches and pnnfiea tho blood, stimulates the ap petite, end ctrenthenR the muscles and nerres. It does not injure the teeth, cause hes&iche, or reduce ermlm'ionn'lotherlron mtdieintt rfo. ATnptT J.RraxY.tbe patriotic and echolarlj Catholic Dinrifi. of Arkansas, rsjs: "I havo nsod KrownV Iron Bitters with the Great est ftatislaction for SlalanA. and as a prprooUvw of Chills and like diseases, and will alwajs Yxrn it on hand as a ready I rind." j Genuine has aboTo trademark and croed ru-i !ns SP-JJJEf1" Tnlc no other. Made onlr 1 7 BltOWX ntCMU'AI. CO.. HAI.TI J!OKK, i'.O. INDIES' HAND Boos csefol and attractive, con taining Ust of pnres tir recipes, information about coins, etc, K:vcnswarb7 all dealers in medicine, or mailed to any address on receipt of 2c stamp. SNELL, IIEITSIIU & WOODARD, "Wholesale Agents, roribul Ongui. TUTT m I fails TORPID BOWELS, DISORDERED L3VER, and MALARIA. rromthcscsourccsarisothrco-fonrths of the diseases of tho human race. These symptoms indicate their existence: Xioss of Appcllto, Soircls costive, Kick Headache, fullness after eat Inp, aversion to exertion of body or mind. Eructation of food, Irrltabil ftyoftcmper,X.oivfiplrits,Afccline; cfhnrInRnet;Iccted8omedaty,IHi zIness,FlntterlnsattlieHeart,Dot8 before the eyes, highly colored Tjrln9,CorSTlPATIOA,and demand the use of arcmedythatacts directly on tho Liver. AsaLIverincdlcineTUTT'S JVlIsTsS have no cquaL Tlicir action on tho Kidneys and Skin is also prompt; removing- all impurities through theso Uirce scavengers of the system," preducins: appetite, sound digestion, i-cgular stools, a clear skin and a vig orousbody. TDTT'SPILDS cause no nausea, oi griping nor interfere with dally -work and are a perfect ANTIDOTE .TO MALARIA. bold eveiywhereZSs. Otflce44 MnrraySt.N Y. mmm GratHaie or Wiubkees chanced in stantly to a GLossr Rlack by a single application of this Dte. Sold by Drug- 4ats,orsentby express on rcceintofSl. Offlce, 44 Murrav Street, New York. rrars iiiuaii o? u:rruii eissipjs rass. Oyster and Chop Ilouse. The Best Cooked to Order in First Class Style. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF IFItho Icecream Alex McOea & Co., PROPRIETORS. Genevieve street, rear of Adler'.s Crystal ralace. Open IH13' and Aihr. M. S. KIPP, PLUMBER AND CAS FITTER. Water Pipes a Specialty. A Full Stock of Material on Hand. Personal attention given all oiders. r.nd satisfaction guaranteed. Terras ItcaMOnuble. Shop and offlce on Cass street, one door above Frank Fabre's Restaurant, Asdoria, Oregon. To Rent. FIXE BUSINESS OFFICE. CENTRA L ly located. Apply at this Ofttce. A ISHEBMEN'S OUTFITS. OIL SKINS, Gum Boots. Overalls. Shirts, Etc AT Phil.A.Stokes&Co, Next door to Foard & Stokes' ktore, Is head quarters for Clothing at Bottom Figures Ever thing bought here cnaran!od to be lust as leprcsented. No old stock; every thing fresh, and NEW GOODS i.n every Steamer. Remember the place. P1KIC. A. STOKES & CO. BBTA full line of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS for sale at I'rlocs that Defy Competition. 1885. INTEREST Will be allowed On Time Deposits. Drafts on all the leading Cities. Wm. T. Coleman & Co.. B. ELXOKE, Manager Sauklra Department, m- Astvria, Oregon. " WslS WsW h rm m -" UNCLE JEFFSXOW. The Philosopher Takes a View of Oregon as She is to be Sometime. I nin't no prophet, but thar's com in' a time when Oregon is goiu' ter wake up and grow like a hound purp on fried jackrabbit and sour milk," remarked the old man as he shut the door in his dog's face and reached for his pipe. "The center of the state aiu't allns ter be up a creek twelve miles from the Columby. You may see the day, my son, when five hundred dollars won't be gouged out of every ship that wobbles up the river to tio'upTin Portland. Tho ships will be towed up free, give wharf rent fur nothin' and then not one ship a week go above Astory bafc. Let a railroad once git down thar from the "Willam ette valley and wheat will be hauled up tho river ter feed the Portland mossbacks still hangin' to corner lots and the prices of '63. "Wall, Sumpter, howdy? Shut the door and set around. How's 3Iary Ann? Since you and Dan'l hov got ter keepiu' house you don't come yeremuch. "The locks at tho Dalles air goin' ter be finished by the next centennial, and when they air east Oregon is go in' right by every town that never misses a chance to scoop in all the profits on products, to stop in sight er salt water. The locks at Oregon Cily are goin' ter be free, the water is goin' ter be pressed out of the rail roads and their charges fixed by the iaWjDeady yes or Deady no, an' Ore gon farmers are goin ter qnit workin' ter pay mortgage interest "Columbus, fetch in some chips and make a fire; its kinder coolish. "With a road clean through to 'Fris co one way; Tacoma another, double tracks from Salem to Astory and the Yaquina road rnnnin', Portland ain't goin' ter lay in the sun with her mouth opeu, like an alligator fish in' fur flys, and ketch every cent in Oregon. Most likely Portland is alius to be a big city in Oregon, but it ain't alius goin' to the biggest. Unless some fresh blood comes in with a club and knocks the moss from the backs of a lot er old donationers, nolc-shavera, tax-dodgers, hogging politicians an' one-hosa railroad shy sters Portland will be a second hand brick-yard 'foro len years. "Tho farmers are goin' to git some moss scraped off their backs some of these days. When they do, fur will fly. Th cso railroads will carry freight then fur fifteen cents a milo a car load, or mebby less et they make over six per cent, at that. The lawyers, with their botchy, half-baked, still born, unjust, ornery set of laws will tako back scats and not hev as much to say in the legislature cs a small boy at a funeral. Jist let the fanners and men who earn a livin' wake up, dig the sand out er their eyes, taffy out er their mouths and sweet wind ont erthcir ea rs,stan'up together ar.d hit all at onco in the same spot and things will git hot fur them who live by the sweat on tho brows of other people. "Hyrum, gim Sal a rest on that there churn. Garfield, git off the bed. "Polks thet hev an idee tho kinder gov'ment and constitution that was running when the stage coach and the flail wus whar tho palace car and the steam thresher air now will git some awful bad shocks in Oregon one of these days. The idee that we hev a little state senate to bother and put back laws, and block up the people every time they want ter go ahead, is goin'ler be laughed at like th e blud- derbuss is made fun of now. People in Salem will not be obleeged ter voto fur only Marion county poli ticians to go to the legisla ture fur ever an' ever. They will vote for tho best man they know in Oregon, no matter if he lives in Yaquina or Oregon City. Polks will bo ketchin on to the idee that mebby our constitution makers knowed about es much about gov' ment a hundred years ago es tho ship makers knowed 'bout a torpedo boat or a dynamite cannon. It alius seemed funny to me how men ken say tho people run this country when nobody has a chance to say yes or no to any fool law a lot of shysterin dudes may git up, 'ceptin' a go7'uor or some blamed thievin' jedge. Ef the people voted on the laws once in a while, you'd see somo fearful jobs knocked cold. "Mirandy, won't yer let go on yer blow 'bout that mortgage? Til tend to the mortgage and feed tho hogs too." "Oregon wants more men, more money, more brains, moro factono-. The farmers of Oregon hev got io quit sendin wheat out of the country and gitlin' of things from back east in. They air goin' to git arter these dogs in the mangers that set New York prices on mill-sites, corner lots and big slabs er land and hog the water powers, by taxin' idle property till it is UEed or sold to them as wants ter use it. Tho way things is run nin' uacK east tms vero country is bound to hev a king or some kind er dictater, and then's the time to run a line along tho Rocky mountains, witb a free country this side and no Chinamen in it "No, I don't say what hes got to be, but I hev seen this country make a beep of changes senco I wus a boy. Itn't giin' ter stand still neither. Ojfgon is goin' ter be a big, rich sMte, but not by gimmin' everything jm railroad and the mortgage men, Jckin' at ever new idee, because it didn't come ncrossed the plains in, forty-seven, an' raisin craps to ship half round the world fur a market." Oregon Yidette. - 1 Jacksonville, June L H. P. Mc- Neven, the mining expert, who ar rived at Crahce creek to operate the Big.Yank ledge for a San Prancisco syndicate, was attacked with brain fever a few.days ago, and was brought to Grant's "Pass on Saturday. A man started with bin, by direction of his friends m San irancisco, but only reached Laird's station, just this side ofYreka, where ho died yesterday. McNeven was widely known in min ing circles in California and Nevada, and his death will again retard the opening of tho immense ledge that had been his ambition for several years. The body was conveyed to Yreka and thence forwarded to his lato home in San Francisco. "Washington, Juno L Tho presi dent to-day appointed the following receivers of public menies: Ariel C. Janes at Eoseburg, Oregon, and "Wil liam L. Townsend at Lakeview, Ore gon. Health, Wealth and Uapplncw Are moro intimately connected with a sound stomach and good condition of tho blood than most people sup pose. Thin blood means weakness, languor and misery. A dyspeptic stomach means all tho horrors you can think of. Brown's Iron Bitters means enriched blood, good diges tion, health' appetite, sweet sleep and vigorous strength. "Mr. Henry Hallara. South 27th street, St Louis, says, "Brown's Iron Bitters relieved me of dyspepsia, purified my blood and gave me an appetite." Thous ands of others testify in the same way. London June L An official state ment published in tho daily News to day from Granville, to tho effect that IheRusso-Afghan boundary question was still unsettled, has highly discon certed Liberals and made the Tories jubilant. Sr it'n antnNion-of f'nrc Cod MverOil.-svjth JS.vpophopIil'eH For Affections of the Lungs urn7 Wasting Diseases. Dr.. I. Mmoxaud. Xi'v Orleans. Lu., says :"I can candidly declare Scott's Emulsion is the fineid orcinration ofjUie kind that has eve bpi'n brought to tny notice. Jnnffections of tlu lunss anil other wasting diseases we may consider it our most reliable agent In a perfectly elegant and agreeable form." Constantinople, June L S t Peter Lnmsden, in an interview to-day, said tho peace between England and Bussia may exist for montlis, but the powers are ccrta in to bscome embroiled beforo long. England Well Posted The Manchester, England, 1031, says: that a really invaluable specific for the cure of rheurataism, neuralgia and sprains, was found in St. Jacobs Oil, which has gaiued immense fame there; also in Australia and else where. ?ifr. Vauderbilt saVs ho would want S 10,000,000 a year to go back to active Htilroad work. The Preventive of a Tcrrllile Disease. No disorders, excepting the most deadly forms of lung disease, invohesui ha tremen dous destruction of organic tissue as those which fasten upon the kidneys. Such mala dies, when they become chronic and none niesoTible to assume that phase-completely vt reck the Svstem. To pre ent this terrible diease, recourse should be had. upon the first manifestation of trouble to Hostetter's Mom -ach R:ttcri. which eicrlencc has proved to be highlv elTccth c as a means of imparting tone and regularity to the organs of urination, as well to the liver. stomach and bowels. An other bene! c'alieiU'.t of this medicine, natur ally consequent upon its diuretic action, is the elimination from the blood of impurities which beget rheumatism, neuralgia, gout, dropsv, and other maladies. By increasing the activity or the kidneys, it augments the depurative el!ic:ency of these organs, which arc most important outlets for the escape of such Impurities. Art von made miserable bv Indi- gp.-d'on, Constipation, Dizzsnss.i..oss 0 appetite. Yellow .Skin? Shilnlfs Vital of i7pr is a pPMiivt E DHiist'nt. v. for snie uy w. Tlie U'. (leo. H.Thayer. of Uour bon. I:nL. x;;.?:415olh myself and wife owe our lives toSun.oifs Consumption Chick." Sold by V. E. Dement. Abstracts of Title. mill. UNDERSIGNED HAS COMPILED JL a s-t of Abstract Rooks from the records of Clatsop County and is now prepared to furnish complete and correct Abstracts of Title to any Real Estate in the County, at reasonable rate?. C. R. THOMSON, Attorney at Law, Astoria, Oregon. Office, Room 5, over City Rook Store. A. V. Allen Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Groceries MILLFEED. Glass and Plated Ware, TROPICAL ANp DOMESTIC FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, Together with. Wines, Liquors,Tobacco,Clgars GtefcTHE GREAT ffi&j EhMan rinED! CUREG Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Headache. Toothache, Sara Throat, Swclllns. Sprains Uraltcs, It urn, bcald., t'ro,t IJIto, i5D ILL OTUER B001LT IWISS A3D ACIIS. SwM lj Drnoitil sn4 De.lcn eTerr!r. V.t.j Cu! botlle. Direction In 11 Lzusui&s. tttp rriAift.v a. vncn.pw rr (5i.r.oA.TOatrSCO. lUIUaorr, !liL,'cil. Wilson & Ship Chandlers, HEAVY AND SHELF Paints, Oils, and Varnish. LOGGERS' SUPPLIES. PEOYIBIONS MILLEEED AGENTS FOU Salem 3Plouring Mills, Portland Eoller Mills, Capital "Flour and FAIRBANKS' SCALES. ATOKIA.OREGON. S. ARNDT & KERCH EN, ASTORIA. - URhGON. The Pioneer Machine Shop p.T.Ar!rrs?.iTTH 9 S&tQ. i nt 3&MSr . .sc sfrraBU' . Boiler Shop All kinds of EN&INE, GABHERY, AXD STEAMBOAT WOES Promptly attended tc, A specialty made of repairing CANNERY DIES, FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET. E. Lemon & Co. STEVEDORES and RIGGERS Portland antl Astoria. f I Portland Offlce No. 1C.N. Front street. Pure Ice, Delivered at Your Door. This Ice Is cut on Lake CocollaU and U pure. All orders left at Tost & Hansen's Astoria Soda Works sill be promptly attended to. G. REED, Manager. Through Freight THE NEW iirtia TresnorfflM Compny. Which has beea spetially built for the comfort of passengers 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. y-An additional trip will be made on at 9 O'cleck. Sub day llorniujr. lor Soncd.ports. Mill HOTEL, J,ISS. LYAWALLMAN, - Proprietor. ASTORIA, OREGON First Class in Erery Respect. NEW HOUSE. NEW FURNITURE. ritfetS up witJx every Conven ience for the Comfort of Transient and Permanent Guests. f" r er Squemoipuh. and West Sth Streets. I. . IMStKI.K, Propr, .iBi uiass 11 Every KB Fiee Coach !o the ilouse. Q. XT. KXOWI.R3. L. D. BUOWX. St. Charles Hotel, (European Plan.) DROWN & KN0WLE5 - Proprietors Fir-t Cla ik Eveuv Respect, Good Rcdanrant Connected with the House f iro-proof Hrick nuildinc. 10 RcoaM. In tha Center of the City. Cor. Froid and Morrison St?.. Portland. Or ;. Franklin, ttMhsr anil CaMnet Mer, SQUEMOQUA STREET, XKXT TO THK ASTORIAN UUILDINd. KT"All work done In a skillful manner on short notlco at reasonable rates. HOT MBDIGAL SPRINGS. A Hack will leave Eugene on the arrival of the train from Portland, EVERY TUESDAY, Maklnp thetnn from Portland In less than two dajs In daylight. PETER RUNEY. The Telephone Saloon The Finest Establishment of the Kind in Astoria. Especially fitted up for tho Comfort and Conveyance of those who enjoy a Social Glas. The Best or Wines and Liquors, The Choicest Cigars. Everything New and First-Class. R. Is. JEFFSRY. Prop'r. on Fast Time! STEALER M. arriving a.t Astoria at 1 P. M. Sunday of Each Weeli, leaving Portland Passengers bj this route connect at Kahuna U. B. SCOTT, President. THE BEST 13 THE Royal Brand Flour Manufactured by the OREGON MILLING COMPANY Is or Superior Quality, and Is Endorsed by all who use it. THE HOUSEKEEPER'S FAVORITE Of Superior Rising Quality. Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction. WYATT & THOMPSON Sole Agents for Autoria. Painting and Paper Haipt KALSOMINING ETC. OjQCS. OXsS'EI'Kr Paint Shop in building formerly oc cupied by J. A. Montgomery, corner of Main and Jefferson Streets. All orders promptly and satisfactorily executed. J. EL D. GRAI. Wholesale and retail dealer In. GROCERIES, FLOUR, AHD FEED Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc. LIME, SAND AND CEMENT. General Storage and Wharfage oh reason able terms. Foot of Benton street, Astoria, Oregon. WM. EDGAR, Dealer In Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes Meerschaum and Brier Pipes, GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY Revolvers and Cartridges. CORNER MAIN AND CHENAMU3 STS. The Gem Saloon. The Popular Resort for Astorians. Fortbs Finest of Wines and Liquors Go to THE" GEM SALOON. ALEX. CAMPBELL, - - PROPRIETOR ASTORIA LIQUOR STORE, AUG. DANIELSON, - - Proprietor. liebniltand Befitted ThreasbeHt. The Best of WINES. LIQUORS, AND CIGAK3. For a Good Cigar, call for one ot "Danielson's Best." Corner West 9th and "Water Streets, Astoria. n9-6m Magnus C, Crosby Dealer In HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, Iron Pipe and Fittings, STOVES, TINWARE AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD SHEET IRON, mbo. and Copper. -ASK FOR Union India Butfter Co.'s Ture Para Gum CRACK PROOF RUBBER BOOTS. BKWARE OF IMITATIONS ! Be sure the boots are stamped CRACK PROOF on the heels, and have the PURE GU31 SPIIIXQS on the foot and Instep, which prevent their cracking or breakine. We arc now making them with RUBBER AJSrD ASBESTOS Soles which will make them last more than twlco as long as any Rubber boots made. FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS. ALL KINDS RUBBER BELTING, PACK ING, HOE, SPRINGS, CLOTHTNG, BOOTS AND SHOES. Etc. GOODYEAR RUBBER CO. R. II. PEASE. Jr. I Acents. S.M.RUNYON, J San Francisco. SEE THAT YOU GET TEE " PORTLAND '' Olioioe F.gt-rol ly "Ftoirrt "Roller FLOTJRi! For Sale is lots to Suit. Bv IVIISOJt & F18HEB, ASTOBIA. Or SIBSOX, CHURCH JL CO., PORTLAND, Or. To Rent. THE FINE BUSINESS STORE TORMI R ly occupied by J. Pilger. A desirable location. Apply t ,. C. S. eU2EBSN. I) "?