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ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 31, J885.
PRICE. FIVE CENTS.
T?J. . -
Pflf-. JnTl (I HI ic4 Air rw
Pfcy Hlfi:is:snc? Snrs;(on.
Will irive proimit attention to all fall-..
I :i:t past of the city or count r.
iCu-f ovor Allen's Stre. corner Cass and
v ':itu;i ".treU-., A-t n.i, CicgtHi.
M- ti5:u.-v No. -11..
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fV.yalrU'.n m:rt Surartf".
.v. Roomtl, uvei I). A. MoInSo-h s ort.
. i iri: Houks :-t) lo 11 a. m. ;-3io5 im.
t:. -idcncc. opposite theJohaissvn lurildin;:
. a. :nt:i:is.
ATTORNF.YS AT LAY.
uimj' in Kinney's L'..:-k. ppostte City
:" i'K Astoria. Oregon.
VV. VUUIOS. 1'1'I.TON.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
ltoi.ms o and C. Odd Fellows V.ullding.
S El.O F. I'ARKKK
CUatwop County ami City of Astoria
(Mice :-N. F. corner Cass ami Aslor streets,
Room No. S.
T t- - KCnVLiKY.
Attorney and ConnclIor ut Law,
Oillee on Chcnaintis Stieet, Astoria, Oregon.
y-i -v. i.r.icH.
ARCHITECT AND SUrEKIXTBXDElJT.
G ricit : Room ii. Kinney "j Uriel; Rlock,
T.VY TUTT!,K. 23. I.
PHYSICIAN AN D SU KG EON
Omen Rooms 1, 2. and 3 Pythian Ruild
Residkxck-Oh Cedar Street, lack el
St. Mary's Hospital.
k i. nirrcs. a. k. sn.wv.
Rooms in Allen's P.uilding. up stairs, cor
nel' Cass and Squemoqua .slrvois. A&torin
JOHN' II. JHTCI1KI.I..
KAI.VII M. ItSMENT.
Attorneys and Councclors at Law.
Rooms 1.2, ".and 4 Kamm'-xlmildln"',
North Ea.t Coiner of FiiM and Pine Streets,
BANKING AND INSURANCE!
I. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ASTORIA, - Ri:W.
OFFICE HOURS :
From I) o'clock A. 11. until 3 o'cloek P. M.
AHEAD OF ALL COMPETITORS!
Manufactured on the Oradiial Reilue'iot!
Sjstem by the
Salem (Or.) Capitol Flour Mills Co..
Is t".ie only flour that has taken First 1'iie
three years in MiceesMon at the
EKTLiAXK 35ECKAXICV.; FA ISC.
Also at State 1'air.
One trial is sufficient to convince or its suj e
1 ioi ity.
See that the word CAVTTOLIson each sack
GEORO.E SHIEL. 8 Stark St.,
WILSON & FISUER. Astoria Agents.
AUK! STOCK OF
Trunks. Boots and Shoes, Clothing.
Etc., Just Received at
Phil, A. Stokes & Go's,
Gum Boots, Overalls, Shirts, Etc
Next door to Foard & Stokes' store, is head
Cloth ing at Bottom Figures
Everything bought here cuaranterd to he
just as represented. No old stock 7 every
thing fresh, and NEW GOODS on every
Steamer. Remember the place,
rilll.. A. STOKES & CO.
G&-A full line of GENTS' FURNISHING
GOODS for sale at
Prices that Defy Competition.
OF EIGHTY ACRES, TARTLY 1M
proved, on the Klaskaulne.. For sale
cheap or will exchange for city property.
Apply at Astowax Onlce.
Kntcra tsic system from unXc&ovra
cutwes, at nil seasons.
Shatters the Serves, Impair Digestion, and
Qoicldj and csmpiCioly cures .If alaria,and Chills
and I-cvts. tor Intermittent Fcvcrm !.
Nitude, I.arlc of Kncrey, it haa no equal. It
enriches and parinof the blood, f-timulntos ths cp
petite. end strensthenstho nasclcs and nerrM.
It doM not injuro tbn Uth. causo headaclio. cr
produce conitipat ionafl n'trr Iron mrdirinrt dn.
FiTiinr. T .I.ltEiLT.T. tho patriotic and schoUrlj
Catholic Siuno, cf Arkansas, says:
"I hava ued Rnwn'fi Iron Bitters xrith the great
est Katis'jiction for Slalaria. and as a. prewr.tiro ct
Chills and Kkndieas?s. and will alvrarg Lt-er it en
hand as a roadjr friend." 3
Genuinohasaboro trade marl: and rrnssed rwi !i-s
on nTanner Take co olhrr. Madonlvbv
BKOU'X rilKMlftlj CO- UAI.T13IOI&, 1IO.
Ladies' Hand Book cwfcl and attractive, ccn
taininc list of pnzos for rocipes. iuformatinn aboct
coins, otc-civen nway by all dealers la raedicina.or
mailed to any address on receipt of 2c. ciamp.
SLLL, IIEHSIIU A WOODAIMr,
Yiioli"sai.s Aokt.'t.s RorU.jr.d Orcc 11.
From Uicsc sources arisu t brec-fourllie
oftbelisc:isescf the human nice. These
symptoms indicate thcr existence:
i-ross of Appetite, ISowcIm costive,
Klolc Ilccilnche, fttIIiicR3 after cat.
iiifj.J'Vrrsioii to exertion of body or
before tlsc eyes, liighly colored
the use ofa reined v that acts directly oa
tho Liver. AsaLivcrincdicincTCTI'S
1'XEiX.S have no ciuaL Theiraclionon
the Kidneys and Skin is also prompt;
removing all impurities through theso
three " fccavcajjera of tlio system,"
producing appetite, sound digestion,
regular stools, a clear skin and a vig
orous body. ICTX'Jj lHj&i cause no
nausea 01 griping nor interfere "With
daily vrork and arc a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
hold everywhere s. Olliccj 1 MurravSuN Y.
TOTTS HAIR DYE.
GitATllAra on"VinsKi:us changed in
stantly toaGLOfSV Rlack byasinglo
application of :!tis Dyi:. Sold by Drug.
Ofdce, 44 JIurrav Street, New York.
?T3 iiwiL cr nzzroii bzcskis fses.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
THE TRADE SUPPLIED.
Astoria Bakery, Ed. Jaciicc::, Pi op.
he Gem Saloon.
The Poputer Resort for Aslcrians.
Finest of Wines and Liquors
(JotoTIlF. C.EM SALOON.
ALEX. CAMPBELL. - - PItOl'RIETOlt
THE HEYNEMAN PUNCH CIGAR.
Fully Kqual to the Usual Hit Cigar.
To lie Found in Astoria oitl at
C. 1. WILSON'S.
H. P. GREGORY & CO.
'o, 7, North front St., Toi Hand. Or.
Sole agents for the
New York Relting and Packing Co.
We handle nothing hut tlu bwd and guar
antee more service for the meney than can
he obtained from any other Euhher Goods
n the market.
The Telephone Saloon
The Finest Establishment of
the Kind in Astoria.
Especially fitted up for tho Comfort and
Convenience of those who enjoj a
The Best of 'iVines and Liquors,
The Choicest Cigars.
Everything New and First-Class.
K. t. JEFFREY. Trop'r.
FIXE BUSINESS OFFICE. CENTRAL
IS' located. Apply at this Office.
Wm la 19 "
STEAMER COLLISION NEAR VICTORIA.
Victoria, B. C, July 29. A steam
boat collision occurred this afternoon,
ten miles from Victoria, between the
steamera 7?. P. llitliet and Enter
prise. The liilhet struck the Enter
prise forward of the wheel, and stove
in her side. The greatest alarm was
felt in both steamers. Many jumped
overboard and afterwards were picked
up by boats. The mails, 100 passen
gers, twenty-nine head of cattle and
a large amount of treasure were on
lhe Enttrprhe. The cattle were lost,
but it is hopjal the mails and treas
ure will btsr.ved. Particulars are
meagre as yet. Much alarm is felt by
those having friends on board.
Steamers have gone to the scene of
the disaster, in hope of saving some
thing from the wreck.
Statements of rassengers describe
a fearful scene of panic. Women and
children screaming and praying,
strong men wringing their hands and
shouting, aud Chineso and Indians
jabbering. The din hightened by the
escaping steam from both steamers,
was deafening. Tho HilheVs boats
could not be lowered. Better luck
attended tho Enterprise boats, all
but one of which were lowered. One.
a metallic lifeboat, had been stove. It
was kept afloat by baling aud saved
About twenty passengers jumped
overboard and clung to bales of float
ing hay and debris from the Enter-
'prisc, which was stovo from her bows
to the wneel nouse.
Tho steersman of the Enterprise
had an arm and two ribs broken, but
he clung to the wheel till forced away
and placed in a boat. Bishop, purser
of the Enterprise, observing two men
struggling in the water, leaped over
board and saved them both. "When
drawn out he "was thoroughly ex
hausted. When the boats were lowered the
Chinese made a rush and got into
them, refusing to come out when ord
ered to make room for the ladies.
They were pitched ouL The while
men passengers acted bravely, refus
ing to enter the boats until all the
women were safe. Chinamen attempt
ed a corner in life-preservers, and
some put on two and three, which
they afterwards surrendered on de
mand. Tho fate of tho mails and treasure
express is as yet uukuown. All the
baggage is lost.
The latest report is that no lives
were lost. The Enterprise was built
in 1SG0, to run between San Francis
co and Stockton, and was afterwards
sold to the Hudson Bay company.
She was the property of tho Canadian
Pacific Navigation company at the
time of tho accident and valued at
The Enterprise is si total wreck
and lies sfranded on the beach twelve
miles from Victoria. Much of the
mails and baggage a id all the treas
ure were saved in a damaged con
dition to-day. The body of a China
man was found in the wreck. No
while persons are known to be miss
ing as yet, and it is hoped all were
The Coming Yacht Race.
New York, July 29. The Tribune
says of tho coming race for the
American cup: It is known that
nearly $20,000 in American money
has been staked at odds in Uenesta's
favor, the larger part being by mem
bers of the New York yacht club. A
member of that club said yesterday
"i nave just bet &i,zou at two to one
on Uenesta" A review of the fads
as they havo leaked out is not reas
suring to those who hope to retain
the cup on this side of the water.
Not only is tho visiting craft the best
all-weather boat in Great Britain,
where dangerous rivals are plentiful,
bat she is a racer from the tip of her
topmast to the bottom of her keel.
She has seventeen sails for all pos
sible contingencies, and her crew is
the pick of all England. Webb has
taken no chances in that respect.
His arrangements aro like so much
machinery, in which every man has a
definite place, and her captain offers
to prove that he can make the most
radical change of rig in threo min
utes. All these considerations are
inducing wide belief that a struggle
for possession of the great cup will
take place such as never before has
been known in tho history of these
contests. All American hopes are
staked on two new vessels, for it has
been definitely settled, as prophesied
weeks ago, that trial races would be
between the Priseilla and Puritan
Captain Bichard Hoyt, on behalf of
the Columbia river pilots, most re
spectfully asks the city council of
Portland to allow them to use the
city tug Hermenia for the purpose
of sounding and makiDg a general
survey of the rivers between Portland
and Astoria. The pilots are to pay
all the expenses and return the boat
in as good condition as when received.
The river has not been surveyed by
the pilots since 188L Many changes
have taken place in the position of
bars, and tho pilots wish to familiar
ize themselves thoroughly with these
Mrs. Grant is seriously ill, and the
assertion is made that it is not prob
able that she will attend any of the
ceremonies of the funeral. The east
ern press concedes the fact that she
is not only sick, but her death is
likely lo follow with dramatic prompt
itude upou that of her husband.
New York. Julv 29. The Grant
monument fund general committee
met this afternoon. The sub-com
mittee appointed yesterday, reported
a nlaii for organization. The Dlan
set forth that tho organization of the
original committee should be a3 fol
lews: Hon. Chester A. Arthur, chair
man; Alayor urace and Hamilton
Fish, vice chairmen; Drexel, Morgan
A Co.. trensnrors. and Richard T.
Greiner, secretary- that tho commit-
teo appointed by Alayor Grace be con
stituted the Grant Monument associ
ation, for the purpose of collecting
funds for the erection over the re
mains of General Grant, at their final
resting place in New York, of a grand
national monument, which shall ap
propriately testify to future ages the
appreciation by the civilized world of
the genins, valor and deeds of the
irrnnilosf. olinrnobr nf this eenntrv:
that an executive committee of fit-
teen bo appointed to complete and di
rect tne organization, to accompusn
the cnnfpmnlated uurnose and to ap
point sub-committees iri Now York
and other localities, to aid in U10 pro
posed work; that an appeal be made
to tbn Tionnlo nf the United States to
contribute to the proposed fund, to
tuo end that an adequate sum may
be tmpoililv raised with which a me
morial mav be erected, which shall
bo considered a fitting tribute to the
grandest soldier of modern times;
and that all newspapers, railroads,
tpWranh and exDress companies,
postmasters, banks, churches, munic
ipal authorities, commercial bodies
and exchanges, manufacturing ana
business establishments be, requested
toco-operate in the immediate col
lection of contributions to be for
warded to this committee, or the
mavor of JNow lorK. x-resiuent,
Green of the Western Union Tele
graph company notified tho commit
tee that tbo directois of the company
had donated $5,000 to tho fund, and
had notified their 14000 offices to re
ceive subscriptions free of cost. The
lists were then declared open for suo-
en.rinffnns. It was stated .that tho
sum of $7,GG7 had been received.
prm.A-nniiPiiiA. Julv 29. When
Geo. W. Childs was asked this morn
ing what he thought of the sug
rrptinii flint lie and General Beale
should go to Mt. McGregor and urge
the family or General lirant to re
consider their decision to bury the
general at Biverside park, he said:
"The family arc thoroughly familiar
with the arguments tunt nave ueen
brought to bear against tho selection
of Tiivprsido nark. Thev have con
cluded lo accept tho place tendered,
and no attempt will be mauo to in
duce a change of mind. The family,
as well as all intimate friends, have
received numerous letters from army
and navy officers and other, urging
Washington as the proper place, but
Kiversido park has been selected, and
there is no probability of a change.
It is a delicate matter to discuss with
the family, and I think nothing more
should be said on tho subject."
Tha Farmer's lMnndcr.
At the county fair he went to the
man in charge of the animal depart
ment nud said, ".knter me also for a
jackass." The man looked at him aud
concluded in a moment that ho yas
one of the sort of men who, when sick,
take almost anything except Brown's
Iron Bitters, and then wonder why
they don't get well. Tho iron in this
medicine is a wonderful preparation,
the only iron preparation, in fact, that
can be taken without injury to teeth
or stomach. The cures of rheuma
tism, dyspepsia, and liver-complaint
by using Brown's Iron Bitters aro
numbered by tliousanu.
- ill ' '
San Francisco, July 29. Tho com
mittee in chargo of tho Grant memo
rial exercises has adopted a resolu
tion that its executive committee
organize itself into a Grant memorial
committee and proceed to raise funds
for tho erection in this city of a mon
ument to Gen. Grant. Tho daily
newspapers will be requested to open
subscription lists to that object, at
Governor McLane of Maryland en
tities publicly that from personal ex
perience, he give3 his endorsement to
Bed Star Cough Cure as a safe,
prompt, sure remedy.
San Frakoisco, July 29. The su
nreme court to-day granted a rehear
ing in tho Sharon divorce case. This
disposes of all the side issues and ali
mony until a new trial is had.
A "occss!ty 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 of
constipation, or to remedy chronic cost I ve
nes5. Is not to deluge thestomach and drench
the bowels with purgative of violent and
painful action. The happy medium between
an Inoperative and violent cathartic Is Hos
teller's Stomach lilttcrs, which acts just snf
flclMitly upon the bowels to relax them, with
out pain, aud which being a wholesome ton
ic, as well as aperient, has the effect of
strengthening both them and the stomach,
aud promoting the well being of the whole
internal economy. The removal of hi e from
the blood, increased activity of the liver,
usu.tlv dormant In cascs of costlrencss, and
sound digestion follow tho use of this benef
icent medicine, as thorough and genial In its
effects as It is safe and pure In composition.
Rheumatism, fever and ague.klndcy troub
les and debility are also remedied by It.
Whv will you cough wheu Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
lOctsCOctsandSl. Sold by W.E. Dement
TRADE Y7 MARK,
Free from Opiates, Emetic and JfoUens.
A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE
For Cooclii, Soro Throat, HMnaiM, Cold,
Injc Conck, Q stair, Palas la Cheat, 1 e&w
. i?ectlocioru Throat um!Lx.
l'rlco 30 cents a bottle. Sold br Vnrziatm n&
Dealers. Tartlet vnabl to induce tAeir dealer to
promptly get it for tfitm teill receive tie boultt,
ccprci charget paid, 6y tending one dollar to
TII2 OUXLXS I. Y0CUX& COHrjLST,
Sola Oman cd Hiau&ctaren,
Ealtlasrt. Xtrjlud, Z. S. JU
S. ARNDT & FERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
All kinds of
Promptly attended to,
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
HEAVY AND SHELF
Paints, Oils, and Varnish.
Salem Plouring Mills,
Portland Roller Mills,
Capital Flour and
B. B. Franklin,
Mertaier ami Cabinet Maker,
NBXT TO THE ASTOBIAK BTTH.BIX.
tsy-All work done In a skillful uaamtr oa
short notice at reasonable rates.
Anytlii to Sell?
IN THE MATTER OP
Rags. Bottles, Old Metal,
or JunK or Any sort,
ill & STOKES
"Will rIto you the bsst price for It.
Do You Want to Buy
From a Belaying Fin to a Hawser ; from
Block to an Author.
You Can Get what You Want
at FOARD & STOKES.
neadnuartera at balldiB?. east ead
$8.50 a Thousand,
West Shore LuMtor Hills.
J. C. TBVLT.IHCES.rr9p.
1 1 I Mi in m 11 I F Id X VVN
JBxixrxaaoLor Ti-mo 'Sa.lol.
Commencing July 9, the
R. R. THOMF
Will leave Fort Clatsop at 11
.Friday, and will leave
At 12 o'clock, noon, on same day
Or on arrival of Str. Gen. Miles from Hwaco, an iving in Portland about S P. 1I.
Every Sunday a Special Trip
Will be made leavingTort Clatsop at 5 P. M. and Astoria for Portland at
6 P. M. Sunday afternoon or after connecting with Str. Gen. Miles from II
waco, arriving in Portland abont 2 A. M.
: RETUISXIISG :
Will leave Portland every Tuesday and Thursday at 830 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 -iSO P. M., con
necting with Str. Gen. Miles for Fort Stevens, Fort Canby and Ilwnco.
The Fast and Elegant Steamer
Will leave Astoria for Portland every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at
6 A.M. Betuming will leave Portland for Astoria and Fort Clatsop everv
Monday, Wednesday and Friday atG A. M. connecting with Str. Gen.
Miles for Hwaco.
Excursion Tickets Astoria to Portland and return good until Sept 30, $2.50.
B. A. SO YES, Agent. JNO.J.ItYRXE.Gen rass.Agt.
J. H. D. GKAI.
Wholesale and retail dealer in.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND AND CEMENT.
Genoral Storace and Wharfaee on reason-
i able terras. Foot of Benton street, Astoria,
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Brier Pipes,
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
CORNER MAIN AND CHENAMUS STS.
"Will be allowed
Drafts on all the leading Cities.
Wm. T. Coleman & Co..
Manager Banklnc Department,
Magnus C. Crosby
HABBWABE, IRON, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
8HEFT LEAD STRIP LEAD
Tlxx AND Copper.
Delivered at Your Door.
This Ice 1 eat on Lake Cooollala and Is
All ordtrs Uft at Post & Hansen's Astoria
Seda Works will be promptly attended to.
ColMMa Transportation Coipny.
FOR PORTLAND !
Through Freight on Fast Time!
"" I LiIhIbI lgPlMBS3
"Which has been specially built for the comfort of passengers will leave
WIlsou & Fisher's Dock every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at-6 A.frt. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M.
Returning leaves Tortland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
Vli additional trip will bo made on Sunday of Each Wcci. leaving Portland
at O'ctodc SamAay Morning. Passengers bj this route connect at Kalama
for RHttd potts. U.R.SCOTT, President,
anl fetation Co.
Fast and Elegant Steamer
A. M. every Wednesday and
II. 27. IMaiXKi:, Prop's.
First Class in Every Respect.
Frcii CokcJi lo llze ISoiskc,
c. ir. kn-oivi.es.
L. D. UKOIVN'.
St. Charles Motel,
BROWN & KNOWLES - - rrojirietor-
Fiest Class in- Eveisv Rkspect.
Good Restaurant Connected with the llotiM'
Fire-proof llrick Building. ISO Kcotci.
In the Center of the City.
Cor. Front and Morrison Sty., Portland. Or
CLATSOP BEACH, OREGON.
Tills Well-Known and
POPULAR SUMMER RESORT
OPEN FOR TJiE SEASON OF 1SS5,
Saturday, June 27.
Board per week 31 s 00
Board per day. - -
Children under 12, half price.
For further particulars apply to
CIIAS. OII1.E. Manager.
. . Seaside.
Or D. V. THoitrsox, Receiver, Portland
J. N. HAMILTON.... rrnji
No. CT Water St., Astoria
Nice, new, clean Beds, and careful attcn
tion to lodger?.
The Table supplied with tlie best In season.
Is supplied with an extra qualit j of liquor
A Weil Furnished Table
With the best and cooked in a neat am!
wholesome way. can be found at Mis. G. W.
Rucker's Private Boarding I louse, over Eat
on & Carnahan's, next to Odd Fellows BulKi-
Tena3; $5 a week, 22.50 per month.