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VOL. XXIT, NO. 7.
ASTORIA, OREGON, THURSDAY, JCLY-9, 1885.
PRICE. FIYE CENTS.
TR. A. I., und J. A. 1TI.TOX.
Ihyviriun. ami Su:';rMms.
Will sJve proniDt attention to nil cull'',
from any pint of the city or cour.tr'.
OfiW over Allen's Htoro. cohht Cass anil
Smu'moquaiticct. Ast"iiu. Oiegoii.
Telephone .No. 41.
R. FJtAXKL lAE.
'Iiyftii'i:m riiA JStirjreoii.
Ofiice, liooinc, OTer I). A. Mcintosh s lorc. j
Office Heuns: -9 to II . si. ;-3 tor. i.at.
Ke3!d"iict opposite thc.lohnuscn building j
v.Kf. a. noiti::s. geo. nouaxo
a'QiLA2?I & D035RIS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
oi'.iPe in Kinney's Work. ppositc City
l.'ati, Astoiia, Oregon.
i . W. FULTON. O. C FUI.TOX.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Rooms 5 and G.Od-i Fellows Building.
JOSEPH A. si.rj.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office, on Cass sticot. 1 door oulh of
Odd Follows Building.
pEI.O F. PAKKKIt.
Clatsop County ami City of Awtorlu
OHlce : N. E. rnjner Cavs and .Wr street,
Room No. 8.
T l. A. BOIVIiUY,
Attorney ami Counsellor :it Law,
Office on Clieuamus Sheet, Astoria, Oregon.
ARCHITECT AND SUPERINTENDENT.
Offick : Room 9, Kinney's Riiek Block,
TAY TCTTIiK, 31. I.
PHYSICIAN AUD SURGKON
Office Rooms l, 2. and 3 rj tliinn P.ulhl
Residknck-Oii Cedar Street, buck ol
St. Mary's Hospital.
K lMlIl'KS. A. K. -.HAW.
Rooms in Allen':. Building, up stairs, cor
ner Cass and Sqnumotnia street". Astoria
JOHN II. HITCni I.I..
Ull.ni M. WMIiST,
3IITOII KLL SL DKJIKST,
Attorneys and Councelors at Law.
Rooms 1,2,:?. and 1 KammMluildnis
North E:ust Coi ner of First and Vine Streets,
BANKING AND INSURANCE!
I. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ASTORIA, - OS5KGOA.
OFFICE HOURS :
From 9 o'clock A. M. until 3 o'clock I'. M.
AHEAD OP ALL COMlETITOItS!
Manufactured on the Gradual Redue ion
System bv tnc
Sa!em (Or.) Capiio! Flour Mills Co..
I? the only flour that has taken First liie
three jears In succession at tho
POllTfiASD rvXEC5A7VICd FA IK.
Also at Stat oF.iir.
One tiial is snflicicnt tncoiuince of its su; c
iloiity. See that Ike word CAPITOL Is on each sack-
GEORGE SII1EL. 8 Stark St..
WILSON & riSHER, Astoria Agenia.
A DIG STOCK OF
Trunks, Boois and Shoes, Clothing.
Etc., Just Rocelwd at
Phil. A. Stokes & Go's,
Gum Boots. Overalls. Shirts. Etc
Next door to Foard & Stokes' store, is head
Clothing at Bottom Figures
ETery thing bought here cunrantcd to he
just as represented. No old stock ; every
thing Iresh. and NEW GOODS on eveiy
Steamer, llemcmher the place.
PI Ell.. A. STOKES fc CO.
3-A full line of GENTS' FURNISHING
GOODS for sale at
Prices that Defy Competition.
Lytrj strain or cold uttacts that weak back
cad nearly prostrates yon.
Strengthens the JIuscles,
Steadies the Nerves,
Enriches the Blood, Gives New Vigor.
Da J. L. MTTJIS. Feirficld. Iowa, raj:
Browrn' Iron Bitters is tho best Iron mcJiino I
hare known in ray SO years' practice. I hvro found
it specially benenclnl in nervous or pnTBical exhaus
tion, nnd in all debilitating ailment that l.sr -
hnl on thofrstem.U8e it freely in mywn lamily "
Genuine hastrsdo mark and erossctl red HiscsoB
KTapivr. Tnkc no oilier. Madooalyliy
KRO W CIIKMIOA1. CCI- UALTIUGIU.
Ladies' Hand Book useful and cttractira. con-1
V If B"- wl a C3
tamiry; list of pnres for rocipw infonnati.m about - CWpL'Uluun was iuiuiuu lur iuo pur
ccin vctc.. jnven f way ly all dealcni in rcnlicino. or I i)0SC of aiding him. A steamer had
znaiiea to anjr auurcuo ua rccwjiii ui .. euluii-
SNKLli, IIEITSIIU & MOODAKIl,
rciuT i, unon.vii
7uor.ES.i.R Agents rcilh i A Ct i
A Clear Skin
is only a part of beauty;
but it is a part. Every lady
may have it ; at least, what
looks like it. Magnolia
Balm both freshens and
pose Mustang Liniment only good
for horses? It is for inflamma
tion of all flesh.
From these sources arise t hrcc-fourths
ortho diseases cf the human race These
symptoms indicate their existence:
Xrfjss of Appetite, Uotvcls costive,
Klclc IFc&dache, fullness nftcr cnt
in?;, aversion to cxertloxicf hoily e:
mind. Eructation of food, Irritaljtl
Ity of tcmpcr,I.oVKptrlUt, A feeling
before I ho eyes, highly colored
tho Liver. AsaLivcrmedieincTUTT'i;
I'III.S have no equal. Theiructionon
the Kidneys nnd Skin is niso prompt;
removing all impurities through these
three scavenpers of the sfctcm,"
producing appetite, sound digestion,
regular tools, a clear shin nnd a vig
orous body. TL'TT'S lir,r.S cause no
nausea or griping nor Interfere with,
dally work and arc a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA,
hold CTerrwiieroS 'X Oliice4t MurraSt.N V.
Gu.TirArRorrAVi;iRrEnj? chanced in.
stantly to a Glosv 1lahc by a single
application ofthld i iu Sohl by Drug-
fists,orsentby express on reeeiptof $L,
Ofliee, 4t 3Iurrav Street, Ncvr York.
S3rT3 ILLSU1L OF PSSTSL S:Sgg5 TSSS.
FOR LIVERPOOL DIRECT!
The Tine Iron Ilariie,
Sgf 100 At. -JOTonsRetjueer.
Goes on the berth at As'.orli iiunicilinielr
and w ill take
In lots to suit shippers.
Tor rate of freight and insurance, apply to
BA1.YOUR. GUTHRIE A CO..
Port and, or.
Or to ALEX. BAN.I.IE. Astoria.
I B Ebb esi
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
A STRANGE STORY.
Experience of a Californian as a Fil
New Orleans, July 8. Joseph 51.
Worrall tells a strange stori. He
ssiys lie came to see the exposition
from California, where he had been a
miner. Ho was told that ho might
join the Honduras mining expedition
with profit to himself, and resolved
upon going. lie was introduced to
Captain Martin and made application
to go oa the contemplated mining
trin. He left here on tho E. li.
11 artlj Jr., on ATay 2Gth. Captain
Martin had told him that there would
probably have to be some fighting
done to obtain possession of tuo
mine. Worrall says that he found
some twenty other men on tho steam
er and all were comfortably provided
for. Capt. Martin was not there.
When two dajs out at sea E. James,
who wa3 at the head of the expedi
tion, came to him and said that he
was disappointed at Martin not being
aboard. James said he had advanced
Martin some SSOO. James then told
Worrall the real nature of the expe
dition. He said that Soto, the former
president of Honduras, was desirous
of recaining Jthat position, and the
,?,; r f..i t i.
i, ji -7, i. ,l Vm Y .1,
uwrii uucu uuuu in auih
same purpose, and the New Orleans
expedition was to meet n be xiuatan.
James told him that as ho had been
a military man, it was desired that he
should take charge of sixteen men,
ud that he would leave Worrall and
the men on the island with money,
and it would be their mission to con
ciliate the natives and wait for a
steamer, which would come in sight
and flv a while pennant That even
ing the arms were opened and dis
tributed. .Each man received a Colt's
magazine rifle and one or two re
LTverything wont on nicely and
quietly until Saturday night, when
the H ant anchored at Ituatan. On
Sunday the party went ashore, and
the custom house oilicers took their
rifles and ammunition away, allowing
them to retain their revolvers, which
were useless without bullets. They
remained at Ruatan all day Sunday,
and asked James what was to be
done. He told "Worrall and two men
to accompany him to Truxillo. James
hired a sloop, and the party of four
started. James said he would engage
schooner to take the rest of the
men ont to sea and there await the
arrival of the New York steamer.
James and the three others reached
Truxiho the next Sunday. There
they met Messrs. Lees, Johnson and
Uector from Chicago. They were
there with an abundance of money,
and were hiring a schooner to go
down the coast and engage iu mining,
when .lames explained tho nature of
the expedition which he headed, and
the Chicago parties became frighten
ed and abandoned their enterprise.
Two or three days afterwards
James and several friends rode ofF in
land towards the capital. This was
the last Worrall saw of him. Before
leaving James gave him $100 in the
money of that country, and instrnc
ted him to look ont for the expedition
from Nov, York. Worrall says he did
not do this, but came back here. Lee
and Johnson of Chicago came with
him, but Proctor missed the boat.
On the day of their departure from
iruxillo the place was excited over
rumors that the Soto expedition had
arrived at Huatan. Barricades were
erected and martial law was in sway.
Mr. Worrall is from L03 Angeles,
Cal., and considers himself well out
of the romantic scrape. The purser
of the steamer K. li. V, aril, Jr.,
vouches for the truthfulness of Wor
rall in tho matter o the parly on
board with James, tho distribution of
arms, eta, and tho landing of the
pari at ltnatan. Tho rest of
s'orv he has hcaru, but does
know of hi3 own knowledge.
Sl'iriDE IN CORVALMS.
On Thursday night. July 2nd, oc
curred a blood cnrdling affair in Cor
vallis that will long be remembered
by that community. All parties con
nected with the tragedy are well
known in Benton county. Mr. and
Mrs. L. J. Kline, their son Moses and
niece Pauline, went to E. Rosenthal's
store at about 9 o'clock p. it., and
locked the door behind them. The
two women then proceeded to cow
hide and otherwise beat Rjsenthal,
while the two men stood to prevent
Rosenthal from defending himself.
After finishing their work, ho wroto
a note, which was afterwards found,
stating that "tho Klines have robbed
me and now have murdered me." The
note requested Mr. L. Newgrass and
Max Friendly to settle up his busi
ness and to give him a decent funer
al. He then placed his revolver in
hi3 mouth and fired, the ball coming
ont of the top of his head and killing
him instantly. When found he was
lying in his bed on his back. It is
stated by tho gentleman who informed
the Salem Statesma7i that trouble
has been brewing between the Klines
and Rosenthal for tho last six months.
There is much excitement about tho
matter, and in all probability the four
have already been arrested.
St. Jacob3 Oil, tho Great German
Remedy, cures pains, sprains, bruises,
The coinage at the various Mints
during the month of Juno was $1,986,
801, of which $2,378,150 was in stand
WE'RE SQUEEZING EM.
TThat a Southern Pacific Railway Ofii
cial Says of Southern Oregon Possi
bilities and the Northern Pa
Mr. Gage, who is now installed in
his office as assistaut president of the
" There is an undeveloped countn
in northern California and southern
Oregon, that has tremendous possi
bilities for future trade with San
Francisco. The state wants immi-;
grants of the right sort to settle that j
country, and I think immigration is'
coming in now as fast as it can be
properly assimilated. San Francisco
will regain all of its trade with Ore
gon and Washington territory as
soon as rails are laid through from
this city to Portland."
"And when will that be.J" asked
the reporter. i
"Well, the connection could be:
made, I suppose, in two years after
work on the California and Oregon is !
"And that will be?"
"I am not prepared to answer that.
The late state legislature asked con
gress to extend the time of those
land grants up there for two years.
We must sco that congress does, and
then we can tell better what the rail
road will do."
Tho above conversation was held
about four days prior to the receipt
of news from New York that the
Central Pacific railroad was prepar
ing an 1S3UO of $3,000,000 in bonds to
complete the Oregon branch.
The secret is said to have leaked
out among tho railroad officials re
cently assembled here, that it is the
intention of the Central Pacific rail
road company, when their bonds fall
due. which were issued to them as
means to raise funds for its construe
tion, to throw up tho "plant" tt the
government, to take place in a few
years, when it will be worn to a
"streak "of rust and a right of way."
The Central Pacific company has or
ganized a corporation in Kentucky
to lease all their toads and run them
"Among the tyiuscs which have con
tributed to the falling off in the
through passenger traffic of the
Southern Pacific company may ho
noticed the increase m the' tourist
travel over the Northern Pacific. In
spite of tho fact that the Northern
Pacific receives a subsidy of $500,000
a year for keeping oat of the .South
ern Pacific compan;?ri'ierniorr"nni!
maintaining the arbitrary rale oi $20
on steamer tickets between this city
and Portland, tho cars of tho north
ern road are daily filled with first
class passengers going oast and west."
"Clear the Nay!"
Complaint is made that the slroeu
of the city aro so clogged with dirt
and garbage that it is difficult to pass
along. This is bad business, but not
halfsobadas when the ducts and
passages in the human sj'stem become
blocked and clogged with impurities,
and the liver has no chance to do its
work of clausing the blood. But even
this slate of affairs yields to Brown's
Iron Bitters, the great family tonic,
which you can get at any drug store
for a dollar.
The famous Pfeffers Hot Springs,
near Ragatz, Switzerland, which gave
out at tho time of the recent eruption
of Vesnvious, are running again.
The Rrsutj- of loath.
No matter how handsome and stal
wart a,young man may be otherwise,
nothiu" cau make up for :i partially
bald head. Shining talents are at
tractive, bnt a shining poll is not.
The cause may be sickness or any
thing else, yet Parker s Hair .bnl5.ua
will stop the loss of hair and stall a
new growth of glossy and soft hair so
quickly as to surprise you restoring
the original color at the same time.
Not a dye, not oily, delicately per
fumed. Only standard 5Ue, dressing.
Yuma, A. T., raises fine bauanas.
ShilohV Catarrh Remedy a posi
tive run Tor Catarrh, Diutlieria ami
Caukfr M:u5!i. Solduy . li. Dfinpul.
Ti.- Kev.lieo. ll.Thajer.of I'mr
uoii. hid.. savs:4,IJoth myself and wife
owe mi r Hves'toSim.OH's Cossitmition
Crui:.'" Sold by W. E. Dement.
for lame Hack, Side or Cnest iwe
Sliiloh's Porous Planter, Pnco 2T cimi!-.
For sale by W. E. Dement.
Foi DjspcpsiaandLivor Complaint,
you have a printed mianmlee on every
bottle of Sliiloh's Vitalizer. It never
fails to rure. Sold by W. E. Dement.
Croup, Whooping Cough and Cron
chilis immediately relieved by Sliiloh's
Cure. Sold by W. E. Dement.
A Nasal Injector free with each
bottle of Sliiloh's Catarrh Remedy
Price 50 cents. Sold by W. E. Dement
Arc vou made nmernblc by Indi
gestion, Constipation, Dizziness. Loss of
appetite, Yellow Skin V Shiloh ViUl
Izer is a positive cure. For sale by V.
The Gem Saloon.
The Popular Resort for Astorians.
Finest of Wines and Liquors
Go to THE GEM SALOON.
ALEX. CAMTBELL. - - PROPRIETOR
V i4L . "i?rS8s2!S
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lunibaga, Backache. I'eadacie Tccllcchs,
Eoru Tfcroct. SwelHnir. Spnii-i, iruNc,
Jiurn. Scul.1-. I'ro-. Idle.
AND ALL OTHEr. ROUIIA FUSS AM ACHES.
Silly Drnr;!t sn 1 Driers et-jn V-. R.: Cet. i
!u.. Dlrerikmiln 11 l-iiui-rc.
the ciiai:lu a. ir.j.En co..
(camir.uA.U'JLul&CO.) Ii.I:ijjr, JI,., L. -ti.
HEAVY AND SHELF
Paints, Oils, and Varnish.
Salem Flouring Mills,
Portland Roller Mills,
Capital Flour and
ASTORIA. - ORJC'ON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
Boiicr Shcp MP??
A''. Kinds of
S'u ..tiitly .Uk-Jtilc! re,
A,ioeiRity i. u'e of repairing
FOOT OL' LAFAYinTE STKEET.
JLS, J2-P. JL- J. CiJ.Xl.iiiJ.5 '
m?, ":' . ft J
Uafcrlater aoii GaMcet Hater,
vrr to t:ik wioi:ia r.t ti.nixo.
tSTAH wort, done in a skillful nanucr on
short notice at ivason.iide rates,
1 .-v,f-- - -rii J.'L.--U.'JJ.
BrZT. I ;:1Vv.Va K .-?. i.C . 1 f' ; Mi
!, ?H GREAT rfgsj
ziZZtZ h. U&sl &023U a2c:x a
- J- - fi
iKfflf,SHEF LEAD STRIP
WrWb0M SHEET IRON,
Columbia Transuortation Company.
FOE POKTLAND !
Through Freight on Fast Time!
Tssa ei ilea nv b a n mo
Which has been specially built for the comfort of pasiensers will leave
Wilson & rbhor's Dock every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M.
Rbturniug leaves Portland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
J-An additional trip will he' made on Smirtay or Each lYecz, Iaaving Portland
at 9 O'cloclc Sandny 31ornIns. Passjugers bj this route connect at Kalama,
for Sound ports. V. B. SCOTT, PreildentJ
on Railway and. laiipHon Co.
Commencing July 9, the Fast and Elegant Steamer
AVill leave Fort Clatsop at 11 A. M. every "Wednesday and
Friday, and will leave
.ES.Q'IELI- "FOEt "E3'0.,T,X-aL.Kri
At 12 o'clock, noon, on same day
Or on arrival of Str. Gen. Miles fromllwaco, arriving in Portland about 8 P.M.
Every Sunday a Special Trlji
Will be made leaving Fort Clatsop at 5 P. M. and Astoria for Portland at
G P. M. Sunday afternoon or after connecting with Str. Gen. Miles from II
waco, arriving in Portland about 2 A. M.
: RETIIRSIXG :
Will leave Portland every Tuesday and Thursday at 850 A. M. and every
Saturday at 10 A. M. for Astoria and Fort Clatsop, arriving in Astoria Tues
days and Thursdays about 3 P. M. and on Saturdays about 4:30 P. M., con
necting with Str. Gen. Miles for Fort Stevens, Fort Canby and Ilwaco.
The Fast and Elegant Steamer
Will leave Astoria for Portland every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at
G A. M. Retufcing will leave Portland for Astoria and Fort Clatsop every
Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at G A. M. connecting with Sir. Gen.
Miles for llwaco.
E vcursion Tickets Astoria to Portland aud return good until Sept 30, 82.50.
K. A. XO YlIS, Agent, JN'O.J.BYKNE, Geu. Pass. Agt.
J. a. B. GRAY.'
Wholesale and retail dealer t:.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AKD FEED
Kay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SARD AND CEMENT.
(Icncral Storage and "Wharfage on reasun
ablu terms. Foot of llcnton street, Astoria,
Cigars, Tobacco ant! Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Brier Pipes,
GSflUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
COKXF.U MAIN AND C1IEXAMUS STS
"Will ba allowed
On Time Deposits.
DrafU en all tho leading Cltie.
Wm. T. Coleman & Co..
Manager Banking Dopartmeut,
Magnus C. Crosby
HARBfAEE, IRON, STEEL,
,ron r,Pe a!iU rttmiyb,
TOVSS, TINWAR E
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
2?i33. AND C503P2303?.
Delivered at Your Door.
This Ice Is cut on Lake Cocollalu and is
All orders left at Post & Ilausen's Astoria
Sod.i Work will be promptly attended to.
" G. HEED.
5J. D. 1AISUKK. Prop'r.
First Class in Every Respect
Free Co:;ch to the House.
C. VT. KNOWLES.
St. Charles Hotel,
P.ROWN & IvNOWLES - - Proprietors
First Class ix Eykkv Kesvzct.
Good Restaurant Goanected with thollouso
Kire-p-oof Briok Bnildinc. ISO Room.
In tho Center of the Oitr.
Cor. Front and Morrison St?., Portland. Or
EA SIDE HOUSE.
CLATSOP BEACH, OREGON.
Tbli "Well-Known and
POPULAR SUMMER RESORT
OPEN POR THE SEASON OF 1883,
Saturday, June 27.
Hoard per week . $ll.oo
Hoard per day. .............................. 2(8
Children under 12, half price.
For further particulars apply to
CIIAS. OlILE, Manager,
Or D. P. Thompson, Receiver, Fortl&ud.
Oyster and Chop Houso.
The Best Cooked to Order in First
fE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Fine Xc Cream
Alex McCrea & Co.,
Genevieve street, rear of Adler'a Crystal
Palaee Open liny and. IVIicHt.
Kfrs. Sophia Dagget
Res leaYC to notify her friends that she has
Boarilini House and Restaurant
In the building of
Jlr.JoplIn, Main St., Opp. Pioneer DeiUuraat.
"Where she will be glad to nee all her old
friends and as many new ones as will bo
pleased to giro her a call.
J. N. HAMILTON rrojs.
No. 67 Water St., Astori.
Nice, new, clean Beds, and cartful atten
tion to lodgers.
The Table supplied with the best In seasau.
Is supplied withan'cxtra quality of liquors
Private Boarding House.
milE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
JL announces that sue Is prepared to fur
nish Ladles or Gentlemen with Board only,
or with Board and Furnished Rooms at very
reasonable rates. No extia rhnrgo for use
of Parlor or Bath room, and ery efforc
will be made to make her gueta fttl com
fortable and at home.
Dinner Served from 5:3d to C:3 P. M.
SIRS. F.. C, UOLDK.
SE Cor. Main and Jefferson streets.
A Well Furnished Table
"With the best and cooked in a neat abU
wholesome way. can be found at Mrs. G. Vr.
Rucker's Private Boardln House, over Eat
on &Carnahan's, next to Odd Fellows Build
injr Terms; $5 a week. $22.50 per month.