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VOI.. XXIII, NO. 143.
ASTORIA, OREGON, TUESDAY, J EKE 16, IS85.
PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
nil". A Ij. and J. A. TLTOJI.
IIij sf clans ami Siirjrooits.
Will nlve promut attention to all calls,
tui any part of tle city or oountry
Office over Allen's Store, corner Cass and
liwiMoqua streets A&l'iriu, Oregon.
Telephone o. 41.
U. Fit AX It PACK.
LMiyaicinn mid Surgeon.
ODlce, Room a, oer 1). A. Mcintosh s st.ie.
Okkick Houns : -9 to 11 A. 31. ;- to 5 r. si.
Iteidonco, opposite the Johansen building
oko. a. nonius, oho. 'oi.j'i
XOKAXI) & IOKKIS.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
JfiW in Kinncj'a illook. ;p(site Cit
lfctN, Astoria. Oregon.
W. PULTON". J. - KU1.TOX.
FUCTOX II BOTHERS.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
IlonmsSnnd C.Odd Felloivs lUilldlnR.
TOSKt'lI A. II.Ii.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Oitick. on Cass street. 1 door south of
Odd Fellows lluildmg.
""I EM F. PARKER
Clatsop County anil City of As.tori.1
OmcC:-ChcnamuK sheet, Y. M. C. A. hall,
Hoom No. 8.
T q. A. BOWLKY,
Attorney ami Counsellor at Law,
Oflice on Chenamus Street, Astoria, Oregon.
pt V. I.KXCK.
ARCHITECT AND SUPERINTENDENT.
Ornos : Room 8, KiniiP' Brick Block,
TAY TBTTliE. 31. I.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Rooms 1,2, and 3, Pythian Build
Rksidkxce On Cedar Street, buck oi
St. Mary's Hospital.
r r. I1N1K3. a. n. SHAW.
mens & sn nv,
Rooms in Allen's Building, up stairs, coi-ne-
Cass and Squcmoqua streets. A"itori.i
BAHKIKC AHDJHSURAHCE !
6. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ASTORIA, - OREGOX.
OFFICE HOURS :
From D o'clock A. M. until 3 o'clock I. M.
M. IV. FECIITIEIMER,
H. W.COKKKTr. -KDWAItl)
Fire and Marine Insurance Co.
OF PORTLAND. OREGON.
Capital I'ald Up,
Cash Asnets Exceed.
. LEINEXWEBER, - Acnt,
HOORE'.S REMEDY Cures and I'revcr.ls
II REM Piles. Bums. Cuts: KK-
21 oVK Sunburn and Freckles,
Cold in the Head or Imng3, Croup.
An Inralnablo FAMILY SALVE. Sold ly
S5 Cents n Box Try It!
AHEAD OF ALL COMPETITORS!
Manufactured on the Gradual Rcdticlion
Sj stem by the
Salem (Or.) Capitol Flour Mills Co..
Is the only flour that has taken First Triza
three years In succession at the
POUTLAXI) aiECHAXIC'ri FAIR.
Also at State Fair.
One trial h sufficient to com luce of Its supe
riority. Seo that the word CAPITOL is on each sack.
GEORGE SHIEL. 8 Stalk St.,
WILSOX & FISUER, Astoria Agents.
San Francisco and Astoria
Carrying freight; running every ten or
Th "ALCALDE" Mill leave San Francieo
on tho isth Inst.
- $1.50 per Ton.
316 Stuart St., San Francisco, Cal.,
CLATSOP MILL CO., Astoria,
IJ H 1 liii BACK
Ettj strain or cold attacks that weak back
and nearly prostrates yon.
Strengthens the Muscles,
8 ten dies tlie ITcrvcB,
Enriches the Blood, Gives Se.r Vigor.
Dn J. L.MTESS Fairfield. Iowa, Mrs
"Brown's Iron Bitters u Uio beet Iron tnedirino I
hare known in mj 30 joirs' practice. I bare found
it specially benehcUl in nerrocs or phpucal exhaus
tion, and in all debiUtntiaK ailments that txr so
beaviljr on the isteii.Use it I reelj inj own lam J y."
Genuine lias trade mark and crosvd rd bncs ou
'wrapper. Take no other. Madeonlrby
IJROWN CUKJilCAL CO.. BAL.TIMOI1K, MI).
Ladixs' IIakd Book unrral and attractire, con
fjumnr lift of Tinipl for rpcitMK. mfoTTESlmn elrtCt
coins, etc.. giren away lijr all deafen in medicine, or
mulM to an auarojs on receipt oz jc. Ltami.
SSELL, HEITSHF A OODARI),
Wholksai.k AcrsTS Portland Oregi n.
is a secret aid to beauty.
Many a lady owes her fresh
ness to it, who would rather
not tell, andw ca?it tell.
Man and Beast.
Mustang Liniment is older than
most men, and used more and
more every year.
Oyster and Chop House.
The Eest Cooked to Order in First
VTE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Fine Ice CreaTrt
Alex McCrea & Co..
Genet ieve street, rear of Adler's Crystal
Palace, Open liny unci Sinlit.
Liverpool and London and Globe.
North British and mercantile
Of Loudon and Edinburgh.
Old Connecticut of Hartford,
COMKIEHCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
Firo Insurance Companies,
K-jiresMit'iis a Capital of S67,000 OOO.
It. VAX UU.SEX. Aireu:.
Gum Boots. Overalls. Shirts. Etc
Xext door to Foard & Stokes' store, Is head
Clothing at Bottom Figures
-Everything bought here guaranteed to b
just as represented. Xo old stock ; cver3
thing frc-h. and XEW GOODS on every
Steamer. Rcmcniber the place.
PIIIX. A. STOKES &, CO.
ca-A full line of GEXTS' FURXISQIXG
GOODS for sale at
Prices that Defy Competition.
M. E,. KIPP,
PLUMBER AND GAS FinER.
Water Pipes a Specialty.
A Full Stock of Material on Hand.
Tersonal attention given all orders, and
Shop and office on Cass street, one door
above Frank Fabre's Restaurant, Astoria.
A FINE BUSINESS OFFICE. GEXTBAL
ly located. Apply at this Office.
iDil II I HI B THE
THE AKUY IX AIUZOXA.
Judging from the reports we are
receiving from Arizona and Mexico it
is the Indians who are bunting the'
UiillVU UiUlCS llWUJ ilUU UUH fcUV
troops wh i are hunting tho Indians.
It seems odd that seventy Indian
bucks can cbaso 1,000 United States
soldiers up and down tho defiles in
the mouutams, but they appear to uo
doing it Last week the ho3tiles cap
tured Captain Lawton's supply camp,
just across the border, and an Indian
scout testifies that but for tho assist
ance of the scouts, Geronimo would
have cut off the troops who were sent
in chase ofhim to a man. From every
point the reports concur in stating
that tho army is helpless. From
Guadelupo canyon tho story comes
that the troops are "out of provisions
and cannot move till tho got fresh
supplies." From another point wo
hear that "it is impossible to do much
on account of the lack of transporta
tion." From yet another wo aro told
that "the experienco of this campaign
has demonstrated tho inability of tho
troops to dislodge tho Indians in any
instance." Tho savages, wo know,
have neither supplies nor transpor
tation, yet they manage to get along
and to keep murdering a man or two
a day without molestation.
Officers of the army must not be sur
prised if this campaign 3'ields fruits
that will not be palatable to the pro
fession. It is strengthening the be
lief, which has long been current in
Arizona, that tho army does not want
to punish Indian eutbreaks: that it
deals with them gently, because, if
they wero wholly suppressed, the oc
cupation oi tho army would be gone,
and the large expenditure of money
for army purposes in Arizona would
cease, it may bo assumed, as a mat
ter of course, that tho whole subject
of this last Indian uprising will be
taken up m congress, and that tho
lukewarm policy of tho army officers
in Arizona will strengthen the posi
tion oE that large and increasing
body of members who oppose army
appropriations and insist on a reduc
tion of our standing army to some
10,000 men. It can certainly bo urged
that tho nionej which has thus far
been spent in tho pretense of hunting
tho Chiricahuas, has been practically
thrown away, and the views of the
enemies of the United States army
will command tho more weight if
they aro studied in tho light of such
ill-considered comments as those
which lately emanated from the
The American army in tiino of
pcaco has never been a popular in
stitution. A feeling prevails that it
is officered by men whose oitizenship
is smothered by their devotion to
their caste. Tho opposition to the
West Point appropriation appears to
gain strength each year. Various
motives are assigned for opposing it,
but tho re.il reason is that people
havo got to thinking that the mili
tary academy is a nursery for a mili
tarv aristocracy, which resent3 with
scorn civilian criticism. It would
not require much of an effort to de
feat tho appropriation altogether and
to close up an institution which ap
pears to be maintained for tho bene
fit of the sons of officers.
The greater number of cauuerymen
on tho Columbia river no longer em
ploy Chinamen, who form nearly the
enliro force in canneries, by the
month. They contract with a gang
of Chinamen to put up tho fish, tak
ing them from the dock where they
are landed and putting them through
all the different manipulations neces
sary up to nailing up the cases. The
wholo work is dono by this plan for 42
cents a case. "When the men were
employed by tho month it cost about
50 cents a case. It take3 a much less
number of men to do the work now,
as the men are willing to work early
and late, and overy one pulls out and
does his level best, as tho more they
do the more they make. Visitors to
salmon canneries are amazed at the
swiftness and dexterity tho Chinamen
acquire in tho various departments
of tho work. Each Chinaman has
somo particular branch of tho busi
ness, and wih not work at any other
if he can avoid it. Tho rate per case
given above does not, of course, in
elude the cans or cases or labels
which aro furnished by the canners.
St. Pattij, Jnno 15. A dispatoh
from tho Chipewayan mission port
age, Beaver river, says: A courier
just arrived from Middleton's camp,
near Loon lake, reports that Big
Bear is heading this way. Steele's
men aro pressing him very hard. The
rivor has risen several feet in tho past
few days, thus preventing Big Bear
from crossing with his stock east of
this point The Sixty-fifth are sta
tioned three miles down tho river,
and tho timber being heavy east of
there, Big Bear will come in by an
untravelod trail, and will thus bo
London, Juno 15. The Bussian
fleet in the Japan sea has taken pos
session of a port in Corea.
The World-renoTrned Xotre Dame.
The Sister of tho most noted Cath
olic ladies seminary in the United
States, the famous Notre Dame, at
Cxovanstown, near Baltimore, Md., on
the 30th of last January, made public
a card, certifying to the beneficial
results attending the use of Ked Star
Cough Cure in that institution. They
state that they found it efficacious
alike for relieving coughs, oppressions
on the chest and irritations of the
throat. Tho Board of Health endorses
New Yobk, June 15. A cable spe
cial from London says: "here is
joy among the beaten and sorrow
among the victors. Snch is the para
doxical effect of the defeat of the
liberals. On the first night! of their
victory the Syoung tories, wit&jj ClniVc
hill leading, threw up their j hats in
frenzies of boyish, uncontrollable iov.
Ever since the tory faces li3vc been '
lengthening with doubts and fears,!
and becoming pale and sickly with
lack of resolution. The transform
ation is so absurdly complete that
some of the tory journals go to the '
length of grumbling that thoministry
played for a fall, and tricked tho to
ries into victory. It is certain that
their defeat was in many respects a
God-send. The ministers wero as
hopelessly divided as over oil tho sub
ject of Irish coercion, up tQ the very
afternoon of the defeat. 2t is now
whispered that Gladstone whs among
tho opponents of cocrciouand thus
the ministers wero face to f:jce with a
collapse or a dishonorable fend peril
ous compromise, when thei enemies
camo to their release i
Tho defeat of the ministers give
them a breathing space between their
term of office and tho genferal elec
tion. It is an important ijdvantage,
and it may lead to tho mostjbeneficial
results to havo a tory government to
criticise. Tho liberals will be able
quietly to shelve the past arid concen
trato their attention upom promises
for the future. Thus a laborious if
not an impossible defense o coercion
in Ireland, of the massacres in tho
Soudan, and of the crimes and con
tradictions of th6 whole otEgyptian
policy is rendered ucedldss. " The
radicals will doubtless roply to all
demands for apologies on these sub
jects that they are matter f ancient
history and tho peoplo are more anx
ious about an English billf to break
the feudal system, about tho reform
or abolition of the house of lords,
about the housing of workingmen
and about other socialistic remedies
which are so popular with the politi
cal disciples of Chamberlain. Al
ready tho radicals have mado that
step in advance which i? siways tho
result of accession of the tories to
Sir Charles Dilke is urginjg local
self-government for IreiazidTwith a
degree of boldness unknown when he
was in office, and Chnm!er!aiii makes
no concealment of his indention to
make this a prominent planSntfisi
new platform. f "'
New York, June 35. Tito Vui and
other enstern journals that aro con
tending that the depressed sUilo of
trade arises from cflbrU in Enrobe
and America to maintain gold as a
standard of value, notwithstanding
the increased and increasing pur
chasing power of tho metal, find
themselves fortified in their conclu
sions by a careful and exhaustive re
view just mado of the financial and
commercial situation by the eminent
English statistician, Robert Griffin,
who declares it is impossible to avoid
the conclusion that Hie recent courso
of prices, so different from what it
was just after thev Australian and
California discoveries, is the result,
in part, of diminished production and
increased extraordinaiy demands
upon tho supply of gold." Mr. Griffin
has no hope of any immediate im
provement in the present condition
of things, because, in his opinion, tho
increase in production will go on,
when the supply of silver, as well a3
that of gold, will diminish. The Sun
urges the prompt adoption of silver
as a staudard instead of gold, declar
ing that it would arrest the decline
in prices to a great extent, and pal
liate it if it did not cure the evil of
Much excitement has been made
by reports recently published on the
vile condition of tho slums of London.
In ono cellar was found a family con
sisting of a man sick with small-pox
his dying wife, three half naked and
dirty children, and one pig. In some
parts there is one gin-mill to every
hundred persons. What defilement!
Yet corresponding impurities often
defile the human blood. They can
bo cast out by Brown's Iron Bitters,
the great strengthener and purifier.
Mr. B. J. Strange, of Stark Lake,
Florida, sajs, "Brown's Iron Bitters
is the best blood purifier I evor tried.
It gives all the satisfaction a man
can want." !
London, June lo. The steamer
Spckehall, from Liverpool for Bom
bay, has foundered in a cyclone in
cyclone in tho Gulf of Aden. There
was only ono survivor. '.
An exchange says that some boys
in Milford found a large adder in the
woods the day before election. A
good many astonishing, adders. havo
been found all over the country sinco
Oil from Nature' "Vell.
The skin on the head is .'kept soft
and flexible by a secretion from the
oil glands. When these are clogged
the hair dries and falls off. Parker's
Hair Balsam renews their action, re
stores the original color-to Hhe hair
and makes it soft and glossy. It al
so eradicates dandruff. Not groasy,
not a dye, delicious"' perfumed. De
lightful for a lady's toilet table. Tho
best of dressings. Preferable to all
similar articles because of its superi
or cleanliness and purity.
TRADE b7 MARK,
1 yyw 1 v Jmr m
I wuuui i aui il i
ecfrom Opiates, Emetics and I'oisoiia.
A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE
For Conrln. finrn TtMn 'n.....nu. r1.i.
In3ucnxa, Bronchitis, Aithmn, Crony, Wtooo
Inc Coofh, Qalnr, Point in Cheat, al oSur
Srctloni of tb Throat nJ Lanen.
I'tlco 50 cents a bottle. Sold by Drascists and
Dealers. Itortlet vnabla to induce their dtaltr to
promptly git it for Vitni uitl recetse tico botila.
t-rpreu charga paU, by sending cms dollar to
THE CH HOTS S. VOOEKIt C0XrA5T,
SalUnsrr. JlarjUad, C. S. JU
HEAVY AND SHELF
Paints, Oils, and Varnish.
Salem Plonring Mills,
Portlahd Roller Mills,
Capital Flour and
a ARNDT & FERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine
All kinds o!
iToraptly attended te.
A specialty made of rep.Uriag
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
Lemon & Co.
STEVEDORES and RIGGERS
PoriSaml and Astoria.
:PortJaua Offlea- No, 1C. X. Front streut.
Tliiilceia cut on Lake Cacollalit and is
All orders left at Post JrHaaien'a Astoria
Soda Works will be promptly attended to.
CoHi Transportation Cmaiy.
FOE. PORTLAND !
Through Freight on Fast Time!
TFUici has been $ptiillj built for tka somfort f p&sssBzan will leavo
"VTilion & Fliher' Dock T9ry
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving a! Portland at 1 P.M.
turnin litres Portland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
E5-An additional trip will be nade oa ftanday of Each "WeeK, leaving Portland
at i O'clock, gaaaay Keralas. Tzmanotn this route connect at Kalarca
for Sound ports. - V.B.STT, President.
MRS. EVA WALLMAN.
First Class in Eerj Respect.
Tfitii everj' Conven
er tlie Comfort oi
1 Transient and Permanent Guests.
Squemonu.x and West 8th Streets.
IF. II. PA1VKEK, Propr.
First Class ii Every Respect.
Free Con eli to the House.
C W. KXOtVLES.
U D. BUOWJf.
St. Charles Hotel,
BROWN & KXOWLES - - Proprietors
First Class ix Eveiit RnsPFcrr,
Good Rcst.inrnnt Connected with the Hone
Firo-proof Unek Buildinc. IPO Rooms.
In the CBtor of tho City.
Cor. Front anil Morrison St?., Portland. Or
B. B. Franklin,
Wertater aafl Cabinet late,
XEXT TO THE ASTOKIAX BUILD1NO.
fSAll work done in a skillful manner on
short notice at reasonable rates.
HOT MEDICAL SPRINGS.
A Hack will leave Eusene on the arrival of
the train Ironl Portland,
Making the trin from Portland in less than
two dajs in daylight.
The Telephone Saloon
The Finest Establishment of
the Kind in Astoria.
Especially fitted up for tho Comfort and
Convenience of those who enjoy a
The Best or Wiiies and Liquors,
The Choicest Cigars .
Everything New and First-Class.
H. T.. JEFFERY. Propr.
Royal Brand Flour
Manufactured by the
OREGON MILLING COMPANY
Is of Superior Quality, and Is Endorsed
by all who use it.
THE HOUSEKEEPER'S FAVORITE
Of Superior Rising Quality.
Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction.
WYATT & TH03LPSON
Sole Agents for Astoria.
J. A. WILSON.
(Late of San Francisco.)
PAINTER, PAPER HANGER
lias located In Astoria and solicits a share
ef the natronase. All work strlctlv flrst
clas. Terms moderate.
Order box at Van Dusen's.
J. H. D. QUAY,
Wholesale and retail dealer in.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw. Wood, Etc.
LIIVJE, 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 CEENASTUS STS.
The Gem Saloon.
The Popular Resort for Astorians.
Finest of Wines and Liquors
Go to THE GEM SALOON.
ALEX. C.AMPRELL. - PROPRIETOR
Magnus C. Crosby
HARDWARE, DM, STEEL,
iron Pipe and Fittings,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
"GFIti ATD Copper.
Wilt r- c'loed
On Time Bsposits.
Drafts on all tie .sailcs C.tie3.
Wm. T. Ccle.-nan & Co..
Manager B izg Eenartment,
SEE THAT YOU GETr:
For Sale in X.ote to Suit.
Or sibscw cnrncH &. co.,
Scarf Pins, Chains, Watches,
Xianos and Organs of Hie Best
malic at theX.cnre5t Prices.
The finest stock of Jewelry In Astoria.
A11 goods warranted as represented.
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER