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VOL. XXIV, NO. 21
ASTORIA, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, J 885.
PRICE. FIVE CENTS.
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ink, a. i,. ni .J. a. s'tirox
Will u.i' pniinnt attention to ::;1 v.d.
f . anj p.m of the 'Hj orcam::ry.
Oluiv o er Allen's More, onrncr l a -. an 1
?m ni'iiKitjUK street", Ast- ill. Orvg-M .
"i I'lllioi o o. 41.
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: 'i'v. Koonifi, oit I). A. Mcintosh s st i".
o. :rricHoui:s:-s) loll a. si. ;-:sio5r. m.
"t -idoncp. opjii5c lht.Iohai:'-n budding
XOLAXD & HOURS.
VTTORNEYS AT LAW.
. ii ICniwy's Rioek. !;. Cily
! 1 1. .-toua. Orecon.
u . ri in ox. ! f- FUi.'fox.
. I'TOKMEVS AT LAW.
stoi.j'isSar.d c.Odd IY'Ioas Building.
i tr.o v. :AKiv.r.st
Cln.t-.oii County and. Oity ol Astoria
Office : X. K. corner Cass and Astor MrocB.
Boom No. 8.
T t. A. 0"V!i3Y.
Attorney and Coi:i:-oIIur : t Ejaiv,
OTce cm ChPiiamiis Stieet, Astoria, Oregon.
architect and superintendent.
OH'iOK : Room :. Kinney V Bilrl. Block,
TAX TSTTJ-K. 32- .
PHTSIOI AN AS D SU KG EOK
OFFICE Itorttns 1, '2. and 8 Pythian Imi'.M
IlKSiDF.xrK-On Codar Street, b.ick ol
St. Mary's Hospital.
K I'. HICKS. A- v " vw
IIICKS & S2 tiv.
Kooins in Aliens Building, tip stairs. e;r
i cr Cass and Squrinrqiia .sliocK Atoiia
JG'IN 11. MITCIIFM.. UM.ri: 51. 1.-T.
Allorneys and Councelors at Lav.
I'oonw l, 2, :.. and 4 Kauun Iiiii:!in,
North East Conui of Eirst and I'iiip Streets
Toi II iid, Oregon
BARKING AND IHSURAHGE 1
I. F. QASS,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
Ol'EICE IIOl'IW :
Eroin 0 o'clock A. M. :mtU 3 oVloK V. 11.
All CAD OF ALL COHPETITOKS!
MantiLiclnred on the Gnn'.nal Kcuuelion
System by tl:e
Salem (Or.) Capitol Ficur Mills Co.,
Is the onl. flout tliat has taken Eirt rrize
tliree j eats In succession at the
POUTS .N: 7!:C VXtC'ri FAIK.
Also at State Eair.
One trial issufllcient toeomir.ee of Its sin e
tiotity. See that the word CAI'ITOL is on each swk
GEOi:fiE SIIIEL. 8 Stalk St.,
WILSON & 1TSHER, Astoria Agents.
A CIG STOCK OF
Trunks, Boo's and Shoes. Clothing.
Etc., dust Eeceive.l at
Phil, L Stokes & Cos,
Gum Boots. Overalls, Shirts. Etc
Net door to l'oanl & Stokes store, is head
Cloth ing at Bottom Figures
Everything bought here imarantcd to be
just as represented. No o'd stock : every
thhis fresh, and NEW GOODS on eery
Steamer. Itememberthc place,
FttlL. A. STOK13S & CO.
CS-A full line of GENTS' FURNISHING
GOODS for sale at
Prices that Jefy Competition.
jrvV EIGHTY ACHES. TA1ITLY JM
J proved, on the Klaskanine. J'or sale
cheap or will eichatiRe for city propertj'.
Apply at Astojuax Oitlce.
:WftHffl P ftl'
ec1!nn renewed t-trcngth, cr who mflcr from
iiCrmllicn peculiar to their ex, khould try
This inilicinB ccr.lsncs Iron nith pcrs tc?cU11i
tnnicK, and is mralucMo for Diseases peculiar to
Women, and all u ho lead erdcnUur hrts. It )n
riehes and I'orltics Iho JJIood, Mimnlctcs
the AprtelrtPj flrct:ctliPiM the JIueli'M tnd
m i's in fact. thnroucUj-JnviKonttCH.
Clears the complexion, and inakes t ho elan smooth.
It docs not blacken tho teeth, cause headache, cr
prodnct) constipation aft ether Iron ncdicintt Jo.
Mrs. riJZAEETn nAinp.74ranvell Aro Miliras.
koe. "W'is psjt. under date nf Dec. 2Ch. 1884:
"I haro nsod Brown'a Iron Bitters, and it has lipen
more than a doctor to tnn. having cured me of the
r.wil-ne8 ladies liavo in life. Also cured mo of Liv
er Complaint, and now my complexion is dear and
good. Has been beneficial to my children."
Genuine has hUotp tndo marl: and rrorrod red linos
onwTapper. Tnhr no ntkrr. Made only by
URt.V CZIKSIIC.VL CO..It'.I.TIAIOHK,MI.
Iaditb' Ham IJook UFcful and attractive, con
ta:nitiR litt of pnros for nnpeK. lnformatwn al out
coin, etc piven awa) by all dealers in medirmo, ur
tnadbd to any address on rcctipt of 2c ttamp.
SEI,L, HEITSIIU &. WOOIAH!,
Wiioi.ksai.!: An tuns 1'ortl ii d Oregon.
1? just 7hat its narns implies ; a
Purely Vegetable "Compound, that
acts directly "upon theiver j cuiing
the many diseases iicidefMo that im,
portant organ, and p?e?liting the nn
merous ailmwits tl&tjarise from its
deranged orpiTKVUclion, such as
Dyspepsi Jidice, Bilionsnessj
RheamVetc. It is therefore a
nisrnumr u To "have Otood Healti
:hc Li?er must be kept in order."
DE. SAinORD'S LIVS3 ISYIGORATOE
nvisorates tlieLircr, Icgulatcs thcBotr
sK Slrenthcrs the System, Purifies the
Is a Household 'iTced. An Invaluable
Family Medicine for common complain' s.
D2. SAlirOHD'3 ITVSE UTTIGOEATCS.
Ai experience of Forty years, and Tho-x
sands (f Tisfimonials prove ita Merit.
ron r. ix r.r alt. Dn uxns in MnmctNTS
For fnll ;nformn!:PT: wnd yoar addrcffl fcr 1CK
t.'-5 Ilro'c on i'ic 'L:vrr and is dici,", t(
' ' p:;i?o3D duan et.. -'V Toi cn3?
CA1T. E.J. MOODY,
Astoria, Or., Call.Iamet, V. T.. Yf.Ji.ipt
Or., and ii:f eripediatc points.
Tlie SteaniiT Jit:.fafnerrill le.ixe Asto
ria dailj, it'itll lurlhirnot'ee. from H t eiS
whaif. toot tf Mam street, at ba'f-paHt-o'clock
I. j... a- follows :
Mondays, Wtdai'SdajK rnd I'rlilBrs, for
C.vllIL.Min'atid intermediate points on
Wash, l cr. itle will yo to W'e-tport, s.t:ne
Tnesdajs, ThurhdajB and Satunlajs for
ATESTI'OKT and mternitdiate p int on
tlie On ,.oii siCe v.. il go to Ca'hlamel s:.ine
Will Lf .15 8 CATIWALT, U.T.. for As
toiia, Mnsdnjs, 'Vcdntkdays end I'ritlajs at
,eteu oc!oc2s.. 21.. touclniiat alla laud
inus on 'Wash. 1 r. side, and return on same
WlIllM-aTcAVIiSTl'OltT, for Astoria. Or.
on i uesaajK, mcrMiats ana sattinihjs ni sct
ea o'clock A. M., touehiuat all Any laud
inys on Oregon side, and return on same
Tor Freight or Parage, apjdy on board, or
to .Main street Whaif.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
THH TRADE SUFFLI5D,
Astoiia Bakery, Ed. Jackson, Prop.
The Gsffi Saloon,
The Popular Resort for Astorians.
Finest of Wines and Liquors
Go to THE GEM SALOON.
ALEX. CATiirilELL. - - PKOrKIETOR
THE HEYNEKAN PUNCH CIGAR.
Fully Equal to the Usual Bil Cigar.
To I.e. Found in Astoria only at
C. r. WILSON'S.
1 1 SP9 mWL0
smgr 5i ?s wa Kra e -
PE5 trt )rl gj -
A IIOYAL ROW.
London, July 27. It tvHI be re
niembered that at the -K-eddinR of
Princess Beatrice the queen her
self gave the bride away, although
the official programme assigned Ihia
duly lo the prince of Wales. The
reasons for this change iu tho pro
gramme turns out to bo that tho
pi ince of Wales all along refused to
tako any part whatever in the cere
monies and decliued even lo be pres
ent at his sister's marriage. His
rame was, however, placed on the
programme withont his knowledge,
and iu obedience to the imperative
command of his royal mother, he
sulkily contented to attend tho wed
ding. Upon his arrival at Osborne
luns?, Beatrice vainly begged the
prince lo give away tho bride, and
Iho queen added her commands with
as little effect The prince declared
the match was beneath the dignity of
the roval family, and the alliance
worse even than that formed by the
marriage of Priuces3 Louise lo the
marquis of Lome. If Beatrice must
bo given to an obscuro beggar it
should never be dono with his con
sent, and certainly not by his act
At this juncture tho duko of Jidin-
burg, probably with an eyo to his
mother s hoarded millions, camo for
ward and offered to officiate. He was
promptly and effectually snubbed,
however, by the queen, who donbtless
seeing that tho substitution of the
duke of Ediuburg for tho prince of
Wales in so important and conspicu
ons a capacity would create immedi
ate suspicion that a serious eruption
had taken place in the family, decided
personam' to give the bride away.
Couriers were accordingly instructed
to circulate a story that the queen,
anxious lo give crowning proof of her
affections for her only remaining
daughter, would personally give her
A report is current in imperial cir
cles across the channel that ex-Em
press Eugenie made Priucess Beatrice
her chief legate, in partial recogni
tion of the constant and fonder
friendship of the queen, but more
that her fortunemay bediverlel from
the family of the hated Jerome. As
the ex-emprcss is understood lo be
one of the wealthiest persons in Eu
rope, tho legacy, when it falls in, will
be a very -welcome addition to the
exchequer of the "beggarly Balten
bnrff." Serious apprehensions are felt for
the health of Mrs. Grant since the
death of the general. It has been this
sickness, or rather tho threatening
of it, which causes what lo many
must be the inexplicable delay of the
funeral. Under other cirenmstauces
interment would have taken place rs
early sis the 3d or even the 2d day of
Aug'nst in fact, within the shortest
time iossible within which the nec
essary arrangements could bo made.
All the necessary arrangements could
be made quite easily before the time
set, asmnch as a week indeed; but
what first was a reasonable fear that
after the great siege tho family could
not stand tho excitement and fatigue
of the funeral, has becomo a sad re
ality. London, July 27. It is now an
nounced that services in memory of
General Grant at Westminster Abbey
will lake place at 4 o'clock Tuesday,
Augusts. Tho deauof Westminster
will read the Episcopal service, aud
Bev. Dr. Earrar "will deliver an ad
dress. A large number of Americans
have been allotted soats for the oc
The preservation of General Grant's
remains during the heated term for
a period of ten days is a matter of no
little importance. Two days were
occupied in the thorough embalming
of Iho remains, tho cavities and
arteries being supplied with embalm
ing fluid which displaced tho blood,
as it was introduced. This embalm
ing fluid will be to-morrow displaced
and replaced by another operation
with fresh fluid. Tho process of
absorption also renders frequent
treatment of the remains advisable if
Tho forces now at work on the Cas
cade branch of the N. P. R. It Co.
will be doubled on August 1st, aud the
hue pushed to completion. Lately
two new camps bavo been added to
the grading force, increasing tho num
ber thirty men, and other additions
will be made shortly. Nelson Bennett,
the contractor on the branch, is in tho
city securing laborers for tho work.
Princeton college this year grad
uated 112 ready-made editors.
They aro not so good as the hand-
sewed article, perhaps, bat they come
A Kcccislly of Health.
It Is a prime necessity of health that the
action of the bowels should be kept regular.
But the way to overcome a. temporary fit cf
constipation, or to remedy chronic costive
ness, Is uot to deluge the stomach aud drench
the bowels with purgatives of violent and
painful action. Hie happy medium befrrecn
au inoperative anu violent caiuamc is lies
tetter's Stomach Bitters, which acts just suf
ficiently upon the bowels to relax them, with
out nain. aud which bcimr a wholesome ton
ic, as well as aperient, lias the cfTect of
strengthening both them and the stomach,
and promoting the well being of the whole
internal economy. Tlie removal of bl'o from
the blood, increased activity of the liver,
usualy dormant In cases of costlreness, and
sound diction follow the uso of this benef
icent medicine, as thorough and genial Iu its
effects as it is safe and pure In composition.
Itheumatisin. fever and.ague. klndoy troub
les and debility are also remedied by it.
TOE STINGIEST MAN IN 3IASSACUU-
Probably the most economical man
in Essex county resides in West Ly
on. Me 13 a nam worker, anu tnree
crackers and a half pint of milk and
water are a banquet for him. Ho oc
cupies hi3 leisure time in quartering
matches, and a quarter gross goes a
long way in his house. For tho ben
efit of thoso who cannot understand
how a man can divide a match in
four parts the following plan is given:
Have a thin-bladed penknife; lay tho
match on a smooth surface, red end
poiuted toward you; split tha match
by pressing down upon it with the
knife, being careful not to cut across
tho grain. Long practice has mado
this fellow is so skillful that ho rarely
fails lo make one match do the work
of four. Onco iu a while his wife
used to muster up courage enough to
appropriato a chicken from their
Hock and bako it for dinner. Upon
his return homo this man, who is so
"minktng." as his neighbors put it,
used to open tho oven door, take a
good, long smell of tho fumes arising
from tho roasting chicken, drink a
glass of milk, and go back to work
declaring that he had "a feast fit for
a king." This man had a son and
one daughter. Tho son died, leaving
nbont $1,000 to the girl, who was but
a child. It is said by his neighbora
that he actually charged his own
daughter for board until the $1,000
had found its -way to his bank ac
count. Boston Post.
These are saidto be manufactured
in Paris. They look liko renl oysters,
and taste something liko them. But
they are bad things to eat, and will
give almost anybody an attack of
dyspepsia. There are legions of
people who suffer from dyspepsia
who never ate au artificial oyster. To
have such excellent digestion a3 to be
able to enjoy real oysters, and the
other good things of life, take Brown's
IronBitters, the best iron tonic over
made. Sells for a dollar a bottle.
Paius, July 27. President Grevy
received the Ghineso ambassador to
day with military honors. Tho am
bassador assured Grevy that it was
the firm desiro of Iho empress to be
at peace with Prance.
Tha Kislni; Generation. .
It Is the opinion of a leading medical
journal that it is timemothershould
kuow how seriously the health of
children is imperilled ly the use of
preparations containing morphia
and opium, and given for the euro of
colds and coughs. The chemist of
the Brooklyn Board of Health, Otto
Grothc, Ph. D., a graduate of the
University of Keil, Germany, certiGes
officially that a harmless and yet
effective article for such complaints
has come to his notice. Ho refers to
Bed Star Congji Cure, which he fouud
"The Great America! Deserf is a
thing of the past The qnadrant
which this 'desert" occupied on the
map once embraced the area now oc
cnpied'by the states of Minnesota,
Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri,
Kansas, Arkansas to the Indian Ter
ritory "an area in total equal to nine
New Englands." Tho grain product
of this "desert" in 18S0 amouuled to
That Ilaeking Cimgrt can be so
quiet y cured by Sntloh's Cure We
euantii'pt' ir. S-dtl by V. K. DoniPiiL
Wit v-i!! you cougn when ShUoh's
Curt' ui'i urn tmtnedi.UV relief. Trice
10 ol- .71 ! and SI. Sold by Y. K. De
tn.nt. Mii'olt's Cough ana Consumption
Cure is- solo by us on guarantee. It
cities consumption. Sold byW.E.Ut'
ment The GEj. MILES
TWO TRIPS DAILY!
Forts Stevens and Canby,
The ecoml trip wl 1 bo made upon the ar
rival of the boats from Portland,
llils gives every one a splendid chance to get
THE OCEAN BREEZE,
And sec tlie Mouth of the Columbia.
II. P. GREGORY & CO.
Vi, ." "Vottti Front St., rorllaml. Or.
Rilfe Bellini, Hose & Pactinrr
Sole agents for the
New York Bcltinj; and Packing Co.
We handle nothing hut the best and guar
antee more sen-Ice for the money than can
bo obtained from any other Rubber Goods
in the market.
LIVERPOOL TO PORTLAND!
Firtli of Dornoch.
We shall nlace this fine Iron
bark on the berth at Liverpool for August
Portland or Astoria shippers can obtain
full particulars as to freight and Insurance
rates by applying to
MEYER. WILSON & CO.. Portland,
or to WILSON. MEYER & CO.,
15 Bran-wick st., Liverpool.
TRADE M MARK,
Free from Oaiales. Hmctlcs and. Jobtnn.t.
A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE
For Concha, Soro Throat, IIoarseneM, Coldi,
laancnzs, Bronchitis, Athma, Croup, YfLoop-
lac Conch, Qn!nj-, Pains In Chest, end othsr
srectton of tho Throat and Lungs.
Price SO cents a bottle. Sold by Drnsglsts and
DMlers. JPartles unable to indues UMr dealer lo
irromptl'j get it for them xcill receive tiso bottles,
Expreta charge paid, by tending one dollar to
TUB C1URUS A. TOGKIXn C03I15T,
Solo Owscn nd HanoAKtarart,
IUlUmorr. XarjUad, C. 8. A.
3. ARNDT & JFERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
Rnilnr shnn -2x
AU kinds of
b i E A3IB0 AT WORK
Promptly attended to.
A -specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
. HEAVY AND SHELF
Paints, Oils, and Varnish.
Salem Homing Mills,
Portland Roller Mills,
Capital Flour and
B. B. Franklin,
Meriate anil Cabinet Mater,
VEXT TO TnE ASTORIAX BDTLDIKS.
JS-All work done In a skillful wanner on
short uotico at reasonable rates.
Aiytliii to Sell?
IN THE MATTER OF
Rags, Bottles, Old Metal,
or Junk of Any Sort,
MED & STOKES
Will give you the bast price for it.
Do You Want to Buy
From a Belaying Pin to a Ilawser; from
Block to an Anchor.
You Can Get what You Want
at E0AED& STOKES.
Headquarters at building, east end
$8.50 a Thousand,
West Short Lumbar Milli.
J. . TRLLrNB8,Prp.
Oregon Bailway ai Mptioi Co,
gtia.Tr. m &i? Time 3?fcfcl.
Commencing July 9, the
Will leave Fort Clatsop at 11
Jb nday, and will leave
At 12 o'clock, noon, on same day
Oron arrival of Str. Gen. Miles from llwaco, anivingin Portland abontSP.M.
Evcrj- Sunday a SjicciuX Trip
Will be made leaving Fort Clatsop at 5 P. M. and Astoria for portand at
G P. M. Sunday afternoon or after connecting with Str. Gen. Miles from ll
waco, arriving in Poitland about 2 A. M.
: RETUiSiVlXft :
Will leave Portland every Tuesday and Thursday at SiJO 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 -150 P. M., con
necting with Str. Gen. Miles for Fort Stevens, Fort Canby and llwaco.
The Fast and Elegant Steamer
Will leave Astoria for Portland every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at
6 A. M. Beturuing will leave Portland for Astoria and Fort Clatsop ever
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at G A. M. connecting with Str. Geii.
Miles for llwaco.
Excursion Tickets Astoria to Portland and return good until Sept 30, $2.50.
E. A. NOYES, Agent, JNO.J.BYRNE, Gen. Pass. Agt.
J. H. D. GRAY
Wholesale and retail dealer in.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Vood, Etc.
LIME. SAND AND CEMENT
l General Storage and Wharfage on rcason-
i able terms. Foot of Henton stn-ot. Astoria.
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Brier Pipes,
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
CORNER MAIN AND CIIENAMTJS STS.
Will be allowed
On Timef I)eposits.
Drafts on all the leading Cities.
Wm. T. Coleman & Co..
Manager Banking Department,
Magnus C. Crosby
HAMABE, IM, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEFT LEAD STRIP LEAD
Tlaa. AND Copper.
Delivered at Your Door.
This Ies It cut on Lake Cocollala and Is
All orders left at Post & Hansen's Astoria
Soda Works will be promptly attended to.
Coliiliia Transuortatioii Company.
Through Freight on Fast Time!
Which has been specially built for tho 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. H.
9An additional trip will be made on Sunday of Each Wecu, leaving Portland
at O'clock Saailay Morals. Passengers by this route connect at Kalaroa
fcr Soma port, u. B. SCOTT, President
Fast and Elegant Steamer
A. M. every Wednesday and
6T. B. 1M11KER. Iropr.
First Class in Every Bespeei.
Free Coach to Iho House.
C. W. KNOWLKS.
u d. miowN".
St. Charles Hotel,
BROWN & KNOWLES - - Proprietor-;
First Chass in- Eveuv Respect,
Good Restanrant Connected with theIIour
Fire-proof Bricfc Rnitding. 150 Ecoms.
In the Center of the City.
Cor. Front and Morrison SK. Puttland. Or
CLATSOP BEACH, OREGON.
Tills Well-Known and
POPULAR SUMMER RESORT
0PE. FOR TJIE SEASON OF 1SS.1,
Saturday, June 27.
Board per week n oa
Board per day. 2.r0
Children under 12, half price.
For further particulars apply to
CIIAS. OllLE, Manager.
Or D. P. Tuoairsox, Receiver, Portland
LODGING H0USE1 RESTAURANT
J. X. HAMILTON.. .Prop
No. C7 Water St., Astoria.
Nice, new, clean Beds, and careful at Jen
tion to lodgers.
The Table supplied ith the best In season.
Is supplied with an extra quality of liquor?
A Well Furnished Table
Witii the best and cooked in a neat and
w holesomc way. can be found at Mrs. G. W.
Rucker's Private Boarding House, over Eat
on & Carnahan's, next to Odd Fellows Build-
Terms; $5 a week, $22.50 per month.
$1 a day.