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V0L.XX1H, NO. IU.
ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1885.
PRICE, FIYE CENTS.
TV, a. L.. ami J. A. 6TI.TON.
Piij skEaut ni:l SurKii..
Witl uhe prompt attention to all all..
human) jmrtof lh cityorcoumo.
Ottce t A'ln stwe.roraer Csiv and'
SMHnu(iu:i&tre l. Aria. Or-go.i.
Telephone No. 41.
Mfflce. KooinC, c; er I). A. Mcintosh's More.
Oitick Hocks : -9 to it a. ax. :-3 to 3 r.si.
Residence, opposite the Johansen building
SM. A. UORKIS. OEO. "NOLAND
Xi.&M & DO UK IS.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
(iHii'e lu Khinev's Iiie3
tlaM, AsUnia. Oregou.
ppusite t ity
O. Y. KL'LTON.
.. C. 1 CLTOX.
ATTOIiXEVa AT LAW.
lto..:- 5 .tnd fi.Odd PeRii lulWlits:
yosEJ'ii a. ; !!.!..
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Oi'ficf. i CjuiS sheet, I door south of
Odd relSow 3 Building.
Attorney ai:d Ctisnvollor J.t Siiw,
Ofiko on Chcnamus Street. Ahtorli. Oregon.
EI.O F. PARKKSm
ClatHOp County, anil City of AHlurta
Office : Chenamus street, Y. M.G. A. lull
Room No. 8.
ARCHITECT AND SUlT.KINTKXDr.KT.
Office : Room 9, E innej's 15: kk Block,
TAY TUTTLIC. 31. .
PHYSICIAN A2JD SURGEON
Offick Rooms 1, 2. and 3 Pjthlan BuiM
RKSiDKXfiK On Cedar Street, back ol
St. Marj's Hospital.
f r. HICKS.
a. it. sir AW.
mrics & sn iw.
Rooms lu Allen's Building, up stairs, cor
ner Cass and Squemoquii stnets, Astona
BANKING AND INSURANCE!
E. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ASTOKIA,, - OBEGOS.
OFFICE HOURS :
From 9 o'clock A. M. until 3 o'clock I. SI.
XL W. FECIIHF.l.MEit, -ILW.COKBLTJ,
Eire aii Marine Iwmm Co.
OF rOUTLAND. OUEGON.
Capital ia!i Up.
Cash Assets Kxceed.
y o.o 30,00
0, E. Bain & Co.
Are now prepared to fiinibii
Doors. Windows. Mouldings
!B 2EL -A. O ISL JE3 1J S ,
MOORE'S REMED Cures nnd Prcrcnti
CURES Pile3. Eurns. Cuts: RK-
MOVE9 Sunburn and Freckles,
Cold in the Head or Luncs. Crouo.
An Invaluable FAMILY SALVE. Sold by
US Cents n Box. Try Et!
AHEAD OP ALL COMPETITORS!
Manufactured on the Gradual Rcduc.lon '
System by tno
Salem (Or.) Capitol Flour Mills Co.,
Is the only flour that has taken First Prize
three jears In succession at the
PORTLAND 3IECIXAXIC'j FAIR.
Also at State Fair.
One trial is sufficient to con ince of Its suj c
rlorlty. See that the word CAPITOL Is en each sack.
GEORGE SIIIEL. 8 Stark St.,
WILSON & FISHER, Astoria Agents.
. A -LARGE NEW BUILDING NEAK THE
-ol o. It. & N. dock. Suitable for a saloon
and boarding house. Inquire of
OH! M BACK
Itit strain or cold attacks that treat back
cad nearly prostrates roc,
Strengthens Oio 3Iusclcs,
Steadies the Nerve,
Enriches the Blood, Gives New Vigor.
Dn J. L.MTEHS Fairfield, Towa, says:
"Brown's Iron Bitters is tbo bet Iron rnedicinn I
hara known in rnr S3 years' practice I lure frond
it specially benelicial in nervous or physical xxbiua
tion. and xn all debiLutinc ailments that boar fo
hoavily on the 8ys.tem.Use it freely in my own tamfly."
Genuine has trado mark and crossed red lines on
wrapper. Take no other. Made only by
BKOWN CHEMICAL CO., BALTIMtinF, SID.
Ladies Hand Book useful and attracttro, con
taining list of pnres for recipe information aboct
coins, etc, Riven airay by all dealers in medicine, or
moiled to any address on receipt of 2c. rump
SXELL, IIEITSHU & WOOIIAP.D,
"Wholesale Agents, Portlji.d Orrgrii.
H H BBS BRB
From these sources arise three-fourths
of the diseases of the human l-acc. These
symptoms imlicato their existence:
Xioss of Appetite, Itowels costive,
bick Ileadaclic, fullness offer cat
luc;, aversion to exertion of body or
mind. Eructation of fond, Irritabil
before tho eyes, highly colored
tho use of a remedy thatnctsdirccUyon.
tho Liver. AaaLiverracdicinoTnTT'S
I'lLLS havo no equal. Their uction on
tho Kidneys and Skin is also prompt;
removing all impurities through theso
thrco scavengers of tho sjstem,"
pro.lucinsr nppttitc, sound digestion,
lesrul.ir stools, a clear skin and a vig
orous body. TUTT'S PILLS cause no
nausea or griping nor interfere- "with
daily work and aro a perfect
ANTIDOTE, TO MALARIA.
bold everywhcrcEst. Oaice44 .lurnvbt.N i .
GllATHAia oitWnTSKEns chanced ln
stanuy 10 a uuissv ulack ny a smgio
application oi iais urs. som oy urui
Lts,orsentuycxprcsson rcceiptof Si.
Hits miw&b c? u:e?ul Essri?sa fseh.
umce, 4 jiurmv street, aew i orfc
Oyster and Chop House.
The Best Cooked to Order In First
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
HPJLo. Ice Cream
Alex jIcCrca & Co.,
Geneievc stiect, rcr of Ad'er's Crj'ttal
Palace. 0icn liny nnd Aixht.
PLUMBER AND CAS FIHER.
Water Pipes a Specialty.
A Full Stock of Material on Hand.
Personal attention phen all order, and
Shop and office on Cass street, one door
above Frank Fabre's Restaurant, Astoria,
A FINK BUSINESS OFFICE. CENTP.AL
ly located. A pply at this Onto.
Gum Boots, Overalls, Shirts. Etc
Next door to Foard & Stokes' store, Is head
Clothing at Bottom Figures
Even thins bought here cuarantcd to be
I just asieprcscnted. Jo out stock; cvery-
tiling ire'h. ana new uuujjs on every
j steamer, iicmemupr me piacc.
11 1 EC A- STOItES & CO.
j csta full line of GENTS' FURNISHING
j GOODS for sale at
Prices that Defy Competition.
Will he allowed
On Time Deposits.
Dnif Is on all the leading Cities.
Wm. T. Coleman & Co..
Manager Banking Department,
Astoria, Oregon. J
BRMVi jM I
iLm a -
The latest and certainly the strang
est use to "which electricity has been
put is to a process of "giving ago'' to
whisky and wine3. It is the discov
ery of a uaniornian, 'wno nas suc
ceeded in getting patents from the
United States and has the same time
interested the internal revenue com
missioner to such an extent that spec
ial privileges to experiment with
bonded whisky have been accorded
him. A series of trials is being con
ducted at a store on "Washington
street, between Montgomery and
Sansome, under the supervision of a
deputy revenue collector. The pro
cess in question is exceedingly sim
ple, and if all is true that is claimed
for it, it will revolutionize tho liquor
and wine trade. It is nothing more
than a quick and cheap method'of re
fining, that being done in from forty-
eight hours which formerly required
years to accomplish. Those who use
wine and liquors know from ex
perience and those who are abstemi
ous and religious know from the good
book that there is something wrong
with ''new wine." Our forefathers
knew as well as we do at the present
day that wine needs age to make it
good. It is apt to taste "after the
soil,"' .is the connoisseurs call it. If
whisky had been a boverage 2000
years ago, tho samo tongues which
found fault with the new wine would
also havo detected a sharp bi
ting tasto in new whisky,
which they would not have
found in whisky a few years old. In
the case of whisky it is an abundance
of fusel oil which causes the fire-water
taste, and it has heretofore always
been supposed that nothing can re
move it except time. For this reason
new whisky is seldom put into the
market Instead it is sent into a
United States bonded warehouse,
where it remains under lock and key
for one, two or three years, gaining
greater value the older it gets. The
government will allow whisky to
remain in bond but three jears.
After that time the tax must be paid
and the whisky removed. When it is
desired to turn out an exceptionally
fine quality, it has to be kept a few
ears longer in regular storage, and
the older it geU tho better, ii is
alleged, becomes its quality. The
process is expensive oecauso it costs
storage, interest and insurance to
carry whisky from year to year. Il
is similar in the caso of wine, which
requires age even more than whisky,
to cive it flavor. Now all this it is
claimed the electric process can ac
complish in a few hours, and the
manner in which it is done is as
Tvyo blocks of carbon wrapped up
in flannel are inserted in tho liquor
to be purified, and these carbons are
connected with tho positive and neg
ative polc3 of an ordinary Brush
electric machine. Electricity is then
generated by tho usual means and the
process of purification an-l refining
proceeds. Tho chemical action upon
the liquor is such that all impurities
are attracted to tho negative carbon
covering tlanuel. The excess of fusel
oil also finds a lodgment here and
when the cloth is removed, it looks
as if it had steeped for a day and a
year in Tar fiat brine. It is asserted
that the liquor does not lose proof
during the process. Light wines re
quire about two hours of this electric
churning; fortified wines are rendered
mellow in twelve hours, and the hard
est and deadliest sample of alcoholic
distillation is made comparatively
harmless within forty-eight hours. If
all that is claimed for tho invention
is founded on facts its importance
upon tho wine-making industry can
hardly bo over-estimated. It will
then be no longer necessary to send
casks of port on sea voyages around
the world and eastern wine merchants
need no longer have recourse to tho
prevarication that French wine, hav
ing undergone a sea voyage, is neces
sarily better than tho domestic pro
duct Age, the great desideratum of
California wines, can ba produced
with the aid of a dynamo-electric
machine. .Livery saloon can own a
little machine, turned by hand, dog
or steam, and every person can be
personally convinced that tho liquor
which is set before them is electrically
pure and old. "Give it a shock'' will
become as common as "A little water,
please," the sting will be taken out of
many a temperance speech, and ma
nia a potn will no longer be dubbed
London, Juno 4. English troops
will leave Assouan about the middle
of June for Cairo, at the rate of 1,500
a week. The rebels havo occupied
Korti, and it is expected that they
wdl advance upon Dongola when the
English havo gone.
Paxaha June 4. A dispatch from
La Libertad, San Salvador, says:
Natives aro flying to tho mountains
to avoid being taken for soldiers.
Fipneroa's army is 7.100 strong.
Stripes rere administered to seventy-
oue men, who were then tied arm and
arm and marched in single file from
lia JLibertad to Santa Tecla, a dis
tance of seven leagues. The cries of
men and women wereheartrendering.
Coil Liver Oil.Tvlth Ilypophonpliif c
For Affections of the Lungs and
TTastlng Diseases. Dr. J. Simoxaud,
.New unenns, i-a., says:icincaiiuiaiy
declare Scott's Emulsion is the finest
E reparation ofjthe kind that has eer
eeu brought to my notice. In affections
of the lungs and other wasting diseases
we may consider it our most reliable
agent. In a perfectly elegant and
THE NORTHWEST REBELLION.
Winnipeg, June 4. Jolyn, Kiel's
private secretary, whose leg was am
putated at Saskatoon, died on Sun
day, and was buried the same day.
The other wounded, including Cor
poral Lethbridge, aro all doing well.
Captains Clark, Manley, and Mason
are now almost convalescent
Great excitement was created at
Saskatoon last night by a report that
Dumont was in a settler's house, a
few miles distant. Captain Manley,
with nine men, started immediately
for tho scene, and on arrival
found the man was not Du
mont, but a half-breed named
Fortier. The report that Dumont
was captured at Assinaboino is not
credited at Saskatoan. It is believed
he is hovering around Batonche,
awaiting an opportunity to get his
wife and family away.
Father Ledue, vicar of St Albert,
near Edmonton, with reference to
Big Bear, said: "Before I left, Big
Bear was sending scouts from his re
serve to different reserves around the
neighborhood. The message he gave
them was to thi3 effect: 'We are
doomed and will be killed, one after
another, by the whites, but before
wo dio or disappear altogether we
must enjoy ourselves as much as
possible, and therefore we must plun
der stores and kill as many white
people as possible.' Supplies are get
ting short at Edmonton, and the vol
unteers and people aro on half ra
tions." A BOUNDARY DISPUTE.
A gentleman who returned from
Sitka on tho Idaho last Monday, re
ports business in Alaska very good.
He says the first court of justice in
Alaska commenced its session at Sit
ka ou May lGth, The case was a suit
against the United States steamship
company. The jury disagreed and
wero discharged. There aro several
other important cases on tho docket,
and will ba tried as early as con
venient. TheU. S. steamship Pat
terson had returned to Fort Simpson
from Sitka and Juneau, and is now
engaged in making a hydrographic
survey of the territory. The IT. S.
steamer Pinto, had made a trip to
Chilcook in the Yukon river country,
and had peacefully beltled what
might havo been tho cause of a seri
ous difficulty between tho Indiana
and tho whito miners. The miners on
tho Juneua river havo met with but
little success, and tho amount of
golr. taken out to tho man is very
mall and hardly pays for the time
lost Considerable trouble is ex
pcotcd from the mines, as it has never
been definitely settled whether they
arc located in American or British
territory Mnch annoyance has al
ready resulted, andsorious tronblo i3
anticipated Letween tho two govern
ments from this source in tho future.
"I was right peart till the rheu-
maliz sot in." said a suffering old
man who lived near the swamp.
Fact is. wherover you live oit can't
be "right peart" if you aro a victim
of tliis troublesome disease. Captain
C. W. Hoisenpiller, Springfield, O.,
says, "I fonud great relief from in
flammatory rheumatism by using
Brown's Iron Bitters." Thousands
of other people havo found similar
It is reported that the Oregon Pa
cific will commence to run trains as
soon as the tunnel can ba repaired.
There are still minor depredations oc
casionally, such as cutting the tele
graph wire and driving spikes on the
track. It is to be hoped that some
amicable agreement may ba arrived
at soon between the railroad and the
men who are claiming tho money due
A military JIan.
Mr. L. B. Ferguson, Kentucky
Military Institute, Farmdale, Ky.,
writes: "I have used St Jacobs Oil
and deem it the best medicine made
for rheumatism and neuralgia."
BnooKT.YN, June -L Talmage comes
out in favor of cremation. He finds
argument for it in tho words. "Dust
to dust, ashes to ashes." Ho says;
"We have always been going on the
principle of 'dust to dust iuhumation.'
Now comes in the other part 'ashes
to ashes' that is incineration. Did
von ever sea that point before? I
iiever did. I really think that resur
rection is easier after iucineration
than after inhumation.'
The PreTfutire of a Terrible Disease.
No disorders, excepting the most deadly
forms of lui g disease, InvoUesurh a tremen
dous destruction of organic tissue as those
which fasten upon the kidneys. Such mala
dies, when they become chronic and none
are so liable to assume that phase-completely
wreck the S. stem. To pre. ent this terrible
disease, recourse should oe had. upon the first
manifestation of trouble toll ostetter's Mom -acli
B'tters. which experience has proved to
he highlv effectivo as a mp.ins of imparting
tone and rogularlt v to the organs of urination,
as well to the liver, stomach and bowels. An-otIierbcnelicI.ilrcsuUofthIsmcdicinetnatur-ally
consequent upon its diuretic action. Is
the elimination from the blood of Impurities
which beget rheumatism, neuralgia, gout,
dropsy, and other maladies. By Increasing
the activity of the kidneys, it augments the
dei.urati. c eflic.ency of these organs, which
are most important outlets for the escape of
milE HALL OVER D. L. BKCK & SON'S
JL can be rented for Public gatherings.
nplic.itlou may ba made to the executive
committee of the AMoria Ladles ' Coffeo
ew THE GREAT "-.jtf
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache. Toothache,
Soro Throat, Swelllne1"- Sprnlns Brulsca,
Hum, Scald, Frot Illtc,
AID ILL OTUEIl EODILT IUI5S AND ACHES.
SoU tj DmstfiU nd Dulsrs everywhere. Flay Cea'ta
Lottie. Directions la 11 Lan;u3.
THE CIIA1U.E3 A. VOCCLEIt CO.,
(SaiMnuA.TVlXaCa) OtiUaore, SiL, L. 5. 1.
Wilson & Fishe
HEAVY AND SHELF
Paints, Oils, and Varnish.
Salem Flouring Mills,
Portland Roller Mills,
Capital Hour and
rf. AIINDT & PERCHEN,
The Pioneer Machine Shop
. - ffiK
... imrniiTn M Zjm.-'
a h o pM
Promptly attended to.
A rclaltY mado of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
It. Lemon & Go.
STEVEDORES and RIGGERS
Portland ami Asiorln.
Portland Oinco No. 10. N. Front street.
Delivered at Your Door.
This Ice Is cut on Lake Cocollali and Is
All orders left at Tost & Hansen's Astoria
Soda Work3 will be promptly attended to.
MuMa Transprtation Conaiiy.
Through Freight on Fast Time!
jg i nil jihu-'I 'fi" I B9 9 n 1e9 S4 9j M a 8M mt l!l '" r "fr"1""" "lr" rfJ
Which h&3 been specially 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. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
gT'An additional trip will be made on
u U'ciecK saauay Jiorniuc
for Sound ports.
MI.?-. FVA WALLMAN. - Proprietor.
First CInbs in Every Respect.
Fi !$! sip nilli orcry Ctmven
N'licc fin the Comfort of
Transient and Permanent Guests.
Con oc -Miueinon.tt.1 and West 8th Streets.
I. II. PAKKi:U, Trop'p.
First Glass ii. E?ery Respect.
rrrc Courli to the House.
C. VT. KXOWLEd.
L. D. BROWX.
St. Charles Hotel,
BKOWN & KNOWLES - - Proprietors
rinsT Class ix Evert KEsrEcr,
Good Restaurant Connected it ith tho House
Kire-prnof Unci Gnildms. 10 Rooms.
la tha Center of tho City.
Cor. Trent and Jlornson Sts.. Portland. Or
B. B. Franklin,
IMertafcr anfl Catiiet Iter,
NEXT TO TUB ASTORIAN BUILDING.
EB'-All work done in a skillful wanner on
short notice at reasonable rates.
HOT MEDICAL SPRINGS.
A Hack 111 leave Eugene on the arrival of
the tram irom roruauu,
Making the trio from Portland in less than
two dajs hi daylight.
The Telephone Saloon
. The Finest Establishment of
the Kind in Astoria.
Especially fitted up for the Comfort and
Convenience of those who enjoy a
The Best or Wines nnd Liqnors,
The Choicest Cigars.
Everything New and First-Class.
I?. X,. JEFFKBT. Proir.
Sunday of Encli Weelr, leaving Portland
Passengers bj this route connect at Kalama
u. is. auoi l, iTesmenr,
Royal Brand Flour
Manufactured by the
OREGON MILLING COMPANY
Is o" Superior Quality, and Is Endorsed
by all who use It.
THE HOUSEKEEPER'S FAVORITE
Of Superior ltlsmj Quality.
Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction.
WYATT & THOMPSON
Sole Agents for Antorla.
Paintii al Paper Haiing,
PaintShop in building formerly oc
cupied by J. A. Montgomery, corner of
Main and Jefferson Streets.
AH orders promptly and satisfactory
J. EL D. &RAI,
Wholesale and retail dealer In.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND AND -CEMENT.
General Storage and Wharfage on reason
able terms. Foot of Benton'street. Astoria.
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Brier Pipes,
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
CORNER MAIN AND" CHENAMU3 STS.
The Gem Saloon.
The Ponylar Resort for Astorians.
Finest of Wines-aftd: Liquors
Go to THE GEM SALOON.
ALEX. CAMPBELL. - - PROPRD2T0R.
ASTORIA LIQUOR" -STOBE,
AUG. DANIELSON, - - Propriety.
Bobulltand. Refitted TkroHRkout.
The Best of
ttlXES. .L1Q1IOI&,-ASTD CIGABS,
For a Good Cigar, call for one of
Corner West 9th and Water Streets, Astoria.
n9-6m. . - .
Magnus C. Crosby
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
STOVES, TIN ft A RE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET LEAD STRIP
TiTnt AND 0-O3P3P03?-
Union India Rubber Co.'s
Pure Para Gum
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS I
Be sure the boots are stamped CRAOK
PROOF on the heels, and have the PURE
GUM SPRINGS on the foot and Instep,
which prevent their cracking or breaking.
We are now making them Tvith RUBBER
AND ASBESTOS Soles which will malca
them last more than twice as long as any
Rubber boot3 made.
FOR SALE BY ALE DEALERS.
ALL KINDS RUBBER BELTING. PACK
ING, TIO-4K, SPRINGS, CLOTHING,
UUUIO JLSU QUUJU, r..C.
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
S. M. RUNYON.
izSEE THAT YOU GETz
Ob.oloe Fami ly
For Sale in lots lb Stilt.
WIfcSOX & FISHER,
siBsoar, church &. c.,
THE FINE BUSINESS STQBE FORMEU
ly occupied by J. Pilger. A desirable