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ASTORIA, OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, i88G.
PRICE. B IVE CENTS.
VOL. XXV, NO. 7
t n. thomsov, r. k. coovrnr.
TIS03ISO.T tfc CO(VEBT.
Attorneys at Law and Notaries Public.
Special attention :jh en Jo eoljeeticns ami
OrKicii Hoom 4 .u.l .", ovrr r Look
t It. "HAUTCX. i V.,
Architect and Civil Engineer.
lloom . Jvjiiltts r rythia-.
ISS. A. I..
ami .1. A. FUS.TOV
wjil u ujomnt attention to all t
.....,.. Hurl r t1w I'ltv or country.
i sn-e over Allen's Store, corner Gas audi
anMMiua st rents,
PHYSICIAN AND bl IIGEO.X.
fjiIHMfteTrairti Olllce. Astoria. Orrgon,
j.W TJ'TTLK, .W. I.
imSlv.!AN AND SIUIGSON
-hj- Umas 1.2. .?. I'ytliMi j:hM-
.t i:r.x.-K-iK 04lr SUret. hack of
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i-m.SiriAN AND M-KfiKON.
: try : . h Jtat'tWng. iiis. Astoria.
f a. s.vkki ;j;.vKY.
Office at Kinney's Cannery.
V. ill olv alteitl iateMlst In office. ni.il
may be found tfceio at u liner.
3 Til O EX'.
PHYSICIAN ANi .sniCMON.
Itotttileuce, UjiiK-r A-tiiri. Mlbon limine.
SURVEYOR OF CLATSOP C0UN11
Bx-City Survey oi oi Aatona
ciftlw :-N. 11 '"f)i'Ca . vrtn 1 1-.
KuoiuKn.S t"t ;ihtr.
au.j;nks a: uv.
i t .rt :ittt?vmzus.
i toi;m:v.-. at law.
.t(- s jtiMi C. ' 4l l'ulk.- Hwtt-.t:
y ni4 i:.: ilur -
tic- ut O.iaMtio ftiwi'l. AAi, wrrtpii
ATTOKSEV AT LAW.
ItOAMW .k !t znd t2, PylMMinMlk! ltail-t-A
7 :. UAV.HO.Vt,
OM)f In City Hall. Ast!a. Ungi
lt.Mtm in AHfti's liniitiing. up stain?. cr
nr Otts anil SitKmMa MitHrt?. AstoriK
1 have itarutaui-atlv licatfS la Aoum. ti
practlciMieiitiMtj. I haal! the kite hr
provpil appliance'". Non Imllir er lt
of woik done and tNfwclion gHarai:iftt.
OBioe in Ktum's Ilulldinj;.
r u. siKinr.',
H:iril:err Titles. A!.s!raei-v
Oltk-eonC.4iSJrK;t.3lir-.iii:h of A
lorlr.n oftlr.'1, .V.M'ii. Oregon.
Heal EM ale, Insurance and Munry
Valuable Properties lor Sale or 1 eae in
I'pper Astoria. Accounts Atljustei. and
ISook Keeping done on t-hort Notice Office
TithCol. fcpecliltft. cor. .!ffIei.ou and t'ass
Mieets, Astoria, Oiecon.
A. V. Allen,
i. Wholesale ami Jlt-taM lv.il-t n.
Gfe&s n(i Piatt? Ware,
litOl'il'AL AU iWMI'rfl M
FBUITS AND VEGETABLES.
1? just what its name implies ; b
Purely Vegetable "Compound, thai
acts directly upon therirer j curing
the many diseases!
a that im.
portant Organ, and
ting the na
mcrous aumsrtis t
I deranged orron
arise from its
etion, such as
i . . 'iw eiiuuiuueiui'm iu sweep every
eta IMS therefore s rebel sj-mpalhizer into the Potomac
" To have dood Health
;lic Liver must he fcepfc in order."
DS. SAEFORD'a IIVEB INVIGOEATOa
iiTiirorates IheLivcr, Regulates the Bow
U. Strengthens the System, Purifies the
BlooJ . A-.-ists D: 'cation, Prevents Fevers.
Is a Household Keed. An Invaluable
family Medicine for common complaints.
D3. BAHFOSD'S LIVER IKVIGOHATOIL
A t experience of Forty years, mid Tlon
aadsff Testimonials prove its Jlcrit.
roil mi: by ai.Ti DEAT.rns nornDicn.ns
For fi'H jafonniison ffnJ your addrc-"? lor 101
-elVook on i ha "I.I r and ! t' -ocfsc-" lc
esroriD dum: ar.. xw ciir
rrom these sources arisctbiee-fourths
oftho diseases of the hnmaa race. These
hyraptorna Indicate the.r esutence:
.iH3 of Appetite, Bowels costive,
blcjc Ileadachs, falluess after cat
iti, nvcrsica to exertion of Jjotly or
iniml. Eructation of food,IrritabIl
ityof tcni')er,,oT6pIrlt!J, Afccllnfj
before tho eyes, liiplily colored
the use of t remedy that acts directly on
the Liver. As a Liver inert ielneTUTT'S
wr.r,S have no equal. Their action on
the Kidneys and Skin la also prompt;
i emoving all impurities through these
three scavengers of the system,"
producing appetite, sound digestion,
lcjo'ar stools, a clear shin and a vig
oromhody. TDTT'S PIX.I.SJ cause no
nausea or griping nor interfere tvIlu
daily wori and arc a perfect
ANTIDOTE, TO MALARIA.
-old everywhere o:. O:tioe4 1 JlnrniySuN Y.
Gn vy Haik tmV, inr.:cr.E3 chaneed In.
tantly loaiL(SSv DL.rK b' a single
apniicatio!i of thla I) vn. bold bj' Drug.
Mdts,orcat by express on receipt of SL
Oillee, J4Murmv Street, New Vorlr.
rrrrs uixn&i, c? utul eicsipt3 fsis.
hjni a new Mi I. diM a
l.i :tw hiidtnien lo ki.il t!.f
Sti.iril tt il.e
Ai-i fi jlifl,slil'"ri.lins4rH!ai.dN'in's
All kinil-iofNeaiMt nc znr.il' loonier.
l-fMi-rs pr n!ll anw r'. I'rwvs Low.
Gloucester Net and Twine Co..
W Ctiiiiinercial Stieet. llocton.
The Popular Resort for Astorians.
Finest of Wines and Liquors
Goto THE (1KM
NOTICE IS IIKItKItY 01 VEX THAT THE
tindcrsiencil has been appointed by
the fount v Court ot Hit Mate of tncuon lor
Clatsop countv. ailnnniMratrlv of tne eMate
of Edward X Murnhc. deceased. AH per
sons having c'ahns against said estate are
notified to jucsent them, with the proper
vouchers to lh mulerslsiipil at her resi
dence corn -r of Chenauius and Washington
strci ts In Astoria. Oreg -n. within ;.i months
from this dale.
Mas .1 OH X 11010 ERS.
AMor a. March Slid. lf&i.
Astoria Planing Mil
K0LT.& CO. Proprietors.
.Scroll and Turned Balustrades,
BOAT MATERIAL, ETC.,
Order Solicited end Promptly Attended to.
As to Stjle, Quality end Prices.
M:ll and ftfuce cor. Talk nnd Concrmly Sls
Address HOLT A GO.
u E ' fit CB
. liii a new Mi I. diM a . nil
GARFIELD VS. V00EHEES
How a Duel Between the Two
Colonel Morrison, of Illinois, and
Senator Voorhees, of Indiana, have
been intimate friends for years. Few
people are probably aware, however,
that this friendship had its origin iu
an episode which promised at that
time to be fraught with the gravest
consequences for the Indiana states
man. Morrison and Voorhees made
their entree simultaneously upon the
stage of national politics in theThirty
eighth Confess. This was in 18G3,
after Morrison had resigned his com
mand in the army from wounds re
ceived at Donald.Jonville. Morrison
was a war Democrat ; Voorhees a
peace-at-any-price Democrat. "Wash
ington was" at that lime an untafe
place for men who did not believe in
a vigorous prosecution of the war.
The streets of the -iiy and even the
corridors of tiis Capitol swarmed
with soldiers, who needed but a word
r ; i i
River. It was at this period that
Voorhees made a speech in the House
opposing the passage of a certain -war
measure. During the course of his
remarks he was bcvcral times inter
rupted by General GarGeld, of Ohio,
who at length transgressed the law
of patliamentary courtesy by pro
nouncing Voorhees a liar. (3wing
to the confusion and tho distance
which separated the two members,
Garfield's remark was not heard by
Voorhee3, who left the chamber upon
the conclusion of his speech. About
midnight of that day, while busy in
his room, a proof of his remarks were
sent to him for revision. Glancing
carelessly over the speech ho was
horrified to see this interjectien:
"Mr. Garfield (interrupting) If
the gentleman persists in making that
statement I pronounce him a deliber
For a moment Voorhees was too
much astonished to speak. Then
turning to James C. Robinson, of
Illinois, who happened to be present,
and said: "If Garfield does not apol
ogize for this language I must fight
him. I can never return to my con
stituents without demanding and
receiving satisfaction. Will you aid
me in the matter?" But "Robinson
objected. After some further conver
sation Robinson said: "Why don't
you see Colonel Morrison ? He has
a room in this house and I have no
doubt can give you better advice
than I." Morrison was asleep when
the two Congressmen reached his
door, but he speedily aroused him
self and listened to Voorhees' story.
At its conclusion the latter said : "If
you carry a challenge to Garfield
you are liable to a heavy fine and
imprisonment. Are you -willinc to
risk the consequences?" Morrison
made no reply, further than nodding
his iiead affirmatively. Then, tak
ing the "proof" in his hands, he
started for Garfield's house. It was
after 1 o'clock when he reached it.
Garfield was sitting in his library at
work. Morrison briefly staled his
errand. "Did I say that?" asked
Garfield incredulously. For answer,
Morrison pointed to" the proof. "I
am directed by Mr. Voorhees," he
continued, "to insist upon an apology
or a fight" Garfield replied with
dignity : "I was in error and am not
ashamed to confess it. I uttered
those words in a moment of excite
ment. It did not occur to me that I
spoke sufficiently loud for the official
reporters to hear me," and seizing a
pencil he obliterated the words with
so much vigor that the point of the
instrument cut through the paper.
Morrison returned toVoorhees'room,
and stated the result of his mission.
Voorhees was delighted at the result.
If it had been necessary to challenge
uaraeia ana tne lact had become
known the infuriated soldier would
have torn him to pieces. It is no
wonder he felt grateful to Morrison
for his successful management of the
affair. He has been one of Morrison's
closest friends ever since. Chicago
How to Talk Well.
The art of agreeable conversation
is one all men admire, and most men
are anxious to iearn. There arc few
subjects upon which young people
oftener seek advice from those whose
greater experience enables them to
give wise counsel. It is frequently
said of many kinds of leaching that
example is better than precept, but
this is not so in regard to the art of
conversation. You may hear a man
talk with wonderful brilliancy, and
yet talk no better yourself than you
did before. You must have rules to
observo rather than persons to imi
tate. Boswell accounts for the extraordi
nary accuracy and flow of languago
of Dr. Johnson by saying that "he
had early laid it "down as a fixed
rule to do his best on every occasion,
and in every company; to impart
"whatever he knew in the most forci
ble language he could put it in ; and
that, by constant practice, and never
suffering any careless expressions to
escape him, or attempting to deliver
his thoughts without arranging them
in the clearest manner, it became
habitual to him.""
The course which was pursued by
so eminent a scholar, whose conver
sational powers alone sufficed to
make him celebrated, may well be
followed by the youth of our day
who want to learn the much coveted
art of conversation. New York
It was a matter of wonder to many
arsons in Paris that Dr. Fauvel, th;
.it French specialist in tltro.it
-".ases, had not been summoned
.tttend the King of Spain at lit"
,rnmenceraent of his malady, esp.-
. iy as Dr. Fauvel had always at
tended Queen Isabella and her rh.j
Jren during their residence in !V.tis
for any troubles of that nature. 13ut
such a" proceeding was forbidden by
the strict rules of Spanish et'uitietta,
which prohibits one of the royal
family of Spain from being attended
by any physician who is not a Span
iard by birth.
At the time of the last illness of
the yountr Queen Mercedes there re
sided inMadrid a German doctor who
was especially famed for his treat
ment of typhoid fever, the disease
from which tiie Queen was suffering.
He had recently saved the life of
Mrs. J. It. Lowell when she was
suffering from a violent attack of
that terrible malady. A few days
before Queen Mercedes breathed her
hist her Spanish doctors sent for
their German colleague and re
quested him to prescribe for their
)atient without seeing her. This
te positively refused to do, saying
that he must examine into tho physi
cal condition of the Queen before
prescribing for her. But that could
by no means be permitted.
'"Then," he said, "let me merely
see her let mo go to the door of her
room and look at her without cross
ing the threshold."
Even that concession was refused.
"Then, gentlemen," he declared,
"I can do nothing. I will not at
tempt to prescribe for a patient that
1 have not even seen."
He withdrew from the palace, and
a few days later the young Queen
was dead. But the sacred laws of
Spanish regal etiquette had been
preserved without infringement. A
similiar affair, but with a different
denouement, took place a good many
years ago in Russia. The late
Czarina, the mother of the present
Emperor of Kussia, was shortly
after her marriage attacked with a
serious affection of the stomach.
Up to that time no physician could
approach the bedside bf one of his
lady patients of the imperial family
nearer than ten feet, the Enspres3
grew worse and became alarmingly
ill. The Emperor Alexander gave
orders that a famous phy-h'ian called
Botkin, of whose skill in such cases
he had heard, should at once be sent
for. Botkin came, and, lo the hor
ror of his colleagues, he walked
straigiit up to the bedside of the
Empsess and took hold of lur wrist
to feel her pule. He was instantly
hurried ftom the re-.m tnd was
loudly remonstrated with on the im
propriety of his conduct, U inj: told
that his impei iai patient uas to be
looked at from a disu:o and that
he must r.ot appiuach her, much
less toudi iter. tt'.tkin listened in
silctn-e to all that the othor doctors
had to .ay, b::t when the import of
the consultation was dawn up lie
refused to sign it. The Emperor,
who was exceedingly anions re
specting Botkin's opinion, tent at
once for the report, a::d on netieini:
that the name of the now doctor did
not appear in it he caused him to be
summoned at once to his presence.
" Your Majesty," qt.oth Botkin,
frankly, "I cannbt pretend to treat
a patient that I am not permitted to
examine. The Empress is, 1 learn,
in a very critical situation. I think
I can save her, but to do so I must
be allowed to go to work in mv own
The Emperor rose from his chair,
look Dr. Botkin by the arm and
marched with him Co the sick-room
o( the Empress and straight up to
hor bedside. "There, doctor," he
-aid, "examine your patient, and if
any one pretends to interfere with
wilh you remember that you are
o1 eying my commands." The course
o treatment prescribed by the great
hysician proved successful. The
inpicss was saved and that particu
ar rule of imperial etiquette was ab
naled forever. Lucv Hooper's
"Wewili our reailer.s to know that
we haw found much benefit from using
Simmon-. I.iwr Itegitlator. Oar trouble,
originated awl U'ti-cred chronic many
jcnr-.it! Iirtlia. Iiausliut little hope of
a peril ct cm e from anything. But the
Bygit.. lor has afforded more relief than
all el-f we have tried. IVe say thh
without the vi-h or knowledge ot J. IT.
Zei in &Co., the proptictois. Rkv. B.
(i. Wii.deu, En. "Missionary IJeview,
IVineeton, N. J."
The Pioneer Machine Shop
All kinds of
Promirtly attfndetJ to.
Aspiclalty made ot repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
"fc- TJ T -i.c2-'!.
This powder never varies. A marvel ol
purity, strciiK'h and hole3omenes3. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and can
not behold in competition with tho multi
tude of low test, snort weight, alum or phos
phate powders. Sold only in cans. 1oy.i.
,-derCo. 10G "Wall-it.. N. Y.
V7H3RRY & COSPAWy,
Fresh and Cured Meats,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
ut'i-.;iK OrtfDhVf llOTEI..
!TsJ:tsry street. Astoria, or.
!a!n -iirct, 4otrin, Oregon.
:t :!. .7? ;x&t t. s'jtoi'Strr.TOKS
rl.-iPECH"'JLL CALL THE ATTEN
tX Hon or the public to the f icf that the
iboi ?.I-irl;et v. ill al v.-a j ? be suppli ed w ith a
rTLL V'.lUETY AND UST QUAUTSf
fi:-aSH AKO CyQ iViSAT'i i 1
Which will a sold at lowest rates, whole-
W aiid retail .
r3Spi'ciI attention fjiveu to supplying
Sigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Srisr Pipes,
GEflUIKE ZUQUm GUTLERV
Revolvers and Cartridges.
C''!:Mi: M'.in ani chenamus sts.
BIUBEAY & CO.,
special Attention Given to Filling
A FuLL LINE CARRIED
And Supples furnished at Satis
rurrhaiv-.- drlherrd in any pari of the city.
Office and "Warehouse
In Hume' New r.nililtujr on Water Htrpfct.
1. O. Ilo l.V.. Telrphone No. 37.
Liverpool and London and Globe
DJorth British and Mercantile
Of Ixtidon and Edlnui'-gb.
Old Connecticut of Hartford
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
Fire insurance Companies,
Representing a Capital ol S67,0OO 000.
B VAN nrrFN. Aani
j. a. d."gmy.
Who'eiaje and retail dealer aj
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND AND CEMENT.
General Storage and "Wharfage on reason
ible terms. Foot o Benton street, Astoda,
To Any One
TI FOLLOWING PflZffl
How does an Anti-Chinese Agitator resemble a Jewish Rabbi?
iHS'T'JHSjR.-Sr BODY IS laDrVXTIElID
fa Prwent Their Written Amvrsr Orer Their Slg a e at Tie
M y n p
Liverpoollllew I orkUutfitUo
Beginning- Saturday the 20th mst., up to 3 o'clook p. at. Monday th
22m!, when all answers will be opened and the Hat awarded to th$
HEEMAN WISE, Proprietor
Liverpool aud New York Outfit Co. Under the Occident
,;THE NEW MODEL
The Telephone Saloon.
The Finest Establishment of
the Kind in Astoria.
Eiugelallv- titled un for
the Comfort and
convenience oi tuose wuo enjoy a
Best of Wines nnd Liquors,
The Choicest Cigars.
Everything New and First-Class.
R. I JEFFBEY.Prop'r.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
BTo;.SruKCT, Near Pakker Hocse,
ASTOl'.rA. - OREGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
BoilerWork, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. Of nil Descriptions xaidc to Order
at Kliort Notice .
A. D. Wass. President.
.1. G. HusTLER.Secretary,
I. W. CAflE,TreasnrT.
BANKING AND INSURANCE!
1. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
iMOlllA, - OKEfiOS.
OFFICE U0UK3 :
l roni v o'clock A. M. until 3 o'clock F. M.
OAndHi Transportation Coiw.
Through Freight on Fast Time!
THE NEW STEAMER
Which has been specially built for the comfort of passengers will leave
Wilson & FIsbei'a 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.
will be made on
mv Tf arnln".
RANGE CAN BE HAD IN AS
TORIA ONLY OF
tlALL AND EXAMINE IT. yOU
WILL BE PLEASED.
K.K.HAWE3 Is also agent fort
M patent CoQJrJnsr Store
And other first-class Stoves.
Furnace Work. Steaja Fif
ticGCa, etc., a speoialty
ALWAYS ON HAND.
mi iiiiii f y;
Carnakaii & Co.
I. W. CASE,
IMPORTKRS ND WHOLESALE AND
til'AlL DEALEES IN
'orcer Cheuamua and Caas streets.
Wiisoii & Fisher
HEAVY AND SHELF
Paints, Oils, and Varnish.
Salem riouring Mills,
Portland Boiler Mills,
Capitol Plour and
G. E. BAIN.
DOORS, WINDOWS, BRACKETS.
Xotiidings, Window Frames, etc.
I A Full Supply of Material. Bids Furnished :
contract v ors a apecouty.
Mill and OSlce on tho Old Site.
Sunday of Each Weefc, leaving rotiaa
Passengers dj tnis route connect , mwts
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