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A -- TwM"- VOL. XXIIi, NO. 34. ASTORIA, OREGON, SUNDAY FEBRUARY H, 1885. PRICE, FIYE CENTS BUSINESS 6ARDS. D It?. A. Ij. Ktnl J- A. FUI.TOX. Lhj Iei:iKsantI Surgeons. Witt .ic prompt. at:.-ii'ioii to all nails, from n part of the city or oountrj. 0wtfr Allen's Store, earner Caas and SinH-Mtuu siicel-, Astr"R. Ori-gMj. Tdeftfioiif . 4!. :t. s'Kr.si sac:. Ofk'e. Cor. Main :um1 Cheimniii-. .treel. ohi-iok Hones : i 11 a. : -2 to 1 i3t. i:etl- wee. .;.sile lhe.IsH" n building :h. a. nonius. :ko. oi.am soi.a:i fc iisk;.s. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. onice hi Kiimej'd I5!ck. . ii.site City Hall, Astoria. Oregon. C W. FULTON". C HULTOX. FUfcTOHf BROTHERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 5 and 6. Odd Fellows Building. .r. q. a. now uiv. .1. a. OII.I BOWI.BY tfc Gir.I., Attorney h and CouutelIorH at Law, Office on Chenamus Stieet. Astoria. Oregon. jp c7 hoEBkis, NOTARY PUBLIC, AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND IN SUKANCE AGEN1. riKLO F. I'ARKKK. SURVEYOR OF Clatsop County, and City of Astoria Office : Chcnatnus street, Y. M. C. A. hall Room No. 8. . C. W. L.F.ICK, ARCHITECT AND SUPERINTENDENT. Offick : Room n, K innej " Brkk Mock, TAY TUTTtiE, 21. I. PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON Offick Rooms 1, '1, and 3 Tj (Man Build ing. Residknck On Ccdai Street. Lack of St. Mary's Hospital. K I UIGKS. A. K. SHAW. HICKS fc SII11V. DENTISTS. Kooms in Allen's Building, up stairs, cor ner Cass and Squemoma streets. Astoria 'Oregon. BANKING AND INSURANCE ! I. W. CASE, Broker, Banker, and Insur ance Agent, ASTORIA, - OREGON. OFFICE HOURS : From 9 o'clock A. M. until 3 o'clock P. M. Bozorth & Jolins, Ileal Estate and Insurance Agents and Broken AST0K1A, ... - Oregon. We write policies in the following well known Fire insurance Cempanies: PHCENIX OF HARTrOKD. SCOTTISH UNION AND NATIONAL OF EDINBt'RG. LION. OF LONDON HOME. OF NEW ORK. LONDON AND LANCASHIRE, OF LIVER POOL. PHCEN .X. Or BROOKLYN. CONNEf i ICl'T, IF HARTFORD. OAKLYNJIIOMK. OF OAKLAND, CALA. And also represent the VTETEUX, of California, HAMUURG-nUEMEX. of Ger many, and AMERICAN STEAM BOIL ER IXSURAXCE CO. Real Estatu Bought and Sold on Conunis&lon. ar o. hoss, SjTfLtDIftt; UDER3"AIiER, Itlnin St. Astoria. Oreeon. THE LATEST STYLES WALL 'PAPER AT B. B-. FRANKLIN'S, NEXT DOOR TO ASTORIAN OFFICE. A very large Stock from which to select. Window curtains made to order. tyMy patent Trimmer to cut Wall Papei v.lM be lound convenient to my patrons. Boat Building. THE BEST STOCK AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. Boats of Every Description Built. Shop ovei Arndt & Ferchen's. !C. 31. LEATHERS. VISITORS TO PORTLAND Should not forget to call at Towne's San Francisco Gallery, where may be seen photographs of all the leading men and women of Oregon and Washington Territory. Skillful operators always In attcndance.and the most minute attention paid to pictures of children. Don't forget the location. S. IT. eeraer First and Xerrlsen streets, ap stairs. No trouble to show specimens to visitors. Street railroads pass the door every ten minutes, and this is the nearest gallery to (lie Are principal hoUls. gSSfigr f -"&;& rT" THE a TONIC. ? This medicine, combining Iron with pure vegetable tonics, quickly and completely Cures DjnpepNla, Indigestion, Vcaunc, I iniHiroIllood, .Malaria, CuUIm and FovrrH, and NcurnlRin. It is an unfailing remedy for Diseases or the Kidneys nnd I.lver. It is invaluable Tor Diseases peculiar to Women, and all who lead sedentary lives. It docs not Injure the teeth, cause headache.or produce constipation other Iron mcdictnrs do. It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates the appetite, aids the assimilation of food, re lieves Heartburn and Belching, and strength ens the muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers. Lassitude, Lack of Energy, Ac., it has no equal. 3- The genuine has alxive trade mark and rossed red line on w rapper. Take no other iilf Lljbj I)U0W.U1E3SICAL CO, BALTIX0RE, Xft REDI.MJTOX, W00DARD & CO., Portland, Or A HOLES ALE Afi KNTS. ST031ACEI ITTERS By the use of Hcstetler's Stomach Bitters the hjjganl appearance of the counte nance and &alloMicss of djspeptics are supplanted by a healthier look, and as the food is assimilated, the body acquires sub stance. Appetite is restored , and the nerv ous system refreshed with much needed slumber, through the use of this medi cine, which is also beneficial topers-onsof a rheumatic tendency, and an inestimable pre enth e of fci er and ague. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers general ly. JbjLt W a Wholesale and RetailJDealer in Provisions, MILL FEED. Glass and Plated Ware, TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. Together with Wines, LiquoFs,Tobacco,Gigars G. A. STINSON & CO., BLACKSMITHING. At Cipt. Rogers old stand, corner of Cass and Court Mreets. Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoeing. Wagons made and repaired. Good work guaranteed. Insurance Office OF Geo. P. Wheeler & Co. Representing the following firt-class For eign and Home companies : Royal Norn ich-TJnion and Lancashire, assets. S3C.O00.000 South British and National, 20,000.000 Firemans Fund. 1,500,000 Union, Fire and Marine " 1,000.000 State, (dwellings only) ". 100,000 And the old and reliable Travelers Life and Accident Insurance Co. of Hartford. Conn. Deposited in Oregon, 5400,000 for the security of Policy holders. Personal Attention given to all business, and Satisfaction Guaranteed in eery in stance. Office In Ilume's New Building, Asto ria, Oregon. W. E. DEMENT & CO. ASTORIA, - - - OREGON Carry in Stock, DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET and FANCY ARTICLES. Prescriptions carefnlly Compounded W BEIT ffOSTETTElfc P f0 CELEBRATED 1 A A ROMANCE OF THE WAR. The Fate of General KJlpatrick nine Staff Officer. IVnii- Chicago, Feb. 6. A romance of the late war was revived in the polico court here to-dny. The story as lold in the Evening Mail is substantially as follews: One day in the spring of 18G5, when Gen Judson Kilpatrick's army was marchincr through bouth Carolina, an unusually engaging' and pretty little woman came to the road side and inquired for the general, when ho reached the point where she was. bhe said she was a school teach er from Vermont, stranded by the fate of war, nnd asked the privilege of moving with the army. She was put into an ambulance and subse quently occupied a family carriage 'foraged ' by the soldiers on the route. Ono day there was a new officer upon the general's staff. He was a boyish- looking fellow and his face had never yet needed a razor. He set on his horse rather awkwardly at first, and even after many days he was unable to arrive at the easy gait of a veteran cavalryman. "Who is that young fel low?" would bo the question along the ranks as the staff would sweep by on gallop. "That's Captain Charley," would be the reply, with a wink. When the truth was known some men sneered, others bit their lips and all agreed it might have been expected. At any rate it was no man's particu lar business. 'Captain Charley" rode with Kil- patnek through the Carounas. One day there ivas a stubborn fight, in wluch one regiment got separated from the main body. It was neces cary that orders be sent it Nobody cared to go, for the valley between was swept with grape, canister and shells, but "Captain Charley's" black eyes -were blazing. Turning to Kil patrick, he said: "Let me go, gen oral." "Go then; take the low ground thero is in the hollow and ride like " All watched the dapple-gray as hespun along the unused wagon road in the hollow. The redoubled roar of the artillery and the sharp snap of rifles told that it was no sum mer show through which "Captain Charley'' was riding. The rider dis appeared and the cessation of firing bv the detached recrirnent told that the order had been delivered. Then i came the regiment sweeping aloug upon the main road and a cleared field, their sabers flashing in the sun. "Captain Charley" essayed to come back and join his chief. Just at the moment when the aide-de-camp reached the last elevation in the perilous path, an enormous shell ex ploded, seeminglj' over his head. "Captain Charley" fell to the earth, but the well-trained and faithful horse stood fast. Half a dozen of the escort that now came up, without orders, rushed down the hill, picked upjthe unconscious body and con veyed it to a place of safety, where the brigade surgeon said no bones were broken, but that "Captain Char ley" would never again hear the voices of loved ones. He was incurably deaf from the concussion. The sur geon also indulged in some multer ings concerning a general who would allow a woman to ride with, his staff officers. The woman -"Captain Charley" had seen the last of the war. A "few days in the hospital restored her to health, but her deafness prevented her making a living at her former oc cupation. She descended into the slums of Washington and New York and lastly to Chicago. Dissipation made her an old woman before her time. She was arraigned in the po lice court to-day for being drunk and disorderly and was sent to tho house of correction. True Source of the 3IIsKippI. Copt Willard Glazier, of the United States navy, has communicated to tho English royal geographical society his discovery of the true source of the Mississippi. This has long been a vexed question, and in June. 1831, CapL Glazier organized and led an expedition with the object of finally settling the matter. The expedition proceeded in canoes via Leech lake to Lake Itasca, and, accompanied by an old Indian guide, pushed forward to the south; and the Captain was re warded by the discovery of another lake of considerable size, which proved to be, without a shadow of a doubt,the true source of the Mississip pi It is in latitude 47 13' 25' ', and the lake is three feet above Lake Itasca, the hitherto supposed source of the river. The Mississippi may, there fore, be said to originate in an alti tude 1,578 feet above tho Atlantic ocean, and its length, taking former data for a basis, may be placed at 3, 184miles. The tract of country in which the river originates is a remote and unfrequented region. Saason of Old Was a powerful man, and must have had a god deal of iron in his blood. We do not want to be quite as strong as Samson, nor so mischievous. But we all want vigor and strength; and we cannot have these unless the bleod has its full quota of iron. There is no preparation of iron like that in Brown's Iron Bitters. Mr. W. J. Jones, Manchester, Va., says, 'I took it for poor appetite and general weak ness, and found it a good tonic." A condemned murderer at Marshall, Texas, passed his hat around the court-room for the benefit of his wife and six children. CHILDREN AT TABLE. Never let your children come to the table until you are quite sure that they won't undertake to do all the talking. This you should make a law when you have comp-iiy. Tell the company there isn't room for them. Yon are never safe with the children at the table. If there is any thing you don't want known it will be told them. The boy who never noticed that the spoons were plated will shout, as though giving you in in in formateon: "Oh, see the gold coming through the spoons f And that same boy will say he wishes it was Sunday, "and when "your guests ask him why, "he will reply: "Because we nlwavs have pie Sun day." You will find out he knows a great deal you never snspected ho kuew. and you will bo at a loss to know how he ever equipped himself with the facts. A boy at the table is a woll- spring of displeasure. If his sister is kissed by any one he is always the person to witness the perormance, and tells of it at the table before a crowd. He is always the one to give to the world the fact that his sister uses powder, weara false teeth, nnd is thirty-two years old. If there is a mortgage on the place the boy hears you speak of it, and then goes around talking about ita3 though it were something to be pointed to with pride anu pleasure. .LiVerything yon sav in the bosom of your family that should not be repeated, the boy repeats, and he always has the faculty of repeat ing it at the wrong time and to the wrong person. If you say the clergyman's sermons are too long or too dry, the boy will take it all in, and say nothing until the clergyman comes around to mako his regular visit, and then he will let it out just after yon have entered the room. If you say tho doctor is not nt to cure hams, he will jump un on the doctor's knee, when he calls, and cunningly say: "Oh, doctor, mamma says you ain't fit to cure hams!" The old adage that boys will bo boys ought to be changed that boy3 will be fiends. One bov is more bother than half a dozen girls. The boy is always in mischief. When he is at school he is studying up some kind of deviltry to perpetrate when school is out. Or else he is playing tricks on the teacher, when he is at homo ho is twisting the cat's tail, or aisiurumg ner neartnsione dreams with a beau shooter. If thero is no cat to torment, he will torment his little sister by makiug faces nt her or dressing the dog up in her doll's clothes. Volume 1, No. 1, of a tiny sheet with tho startling title of the Last AiigeTs Trnmjyet-CaU is the most recent addition to our nineteenth century journalism. It hails from Los Angeles and announces to whom it may concern that "the Christian era is fulfilled and terminatos on Sep tember 30, 1835," at which lime com mences the millennium, or the era of liberty. The editor is very frank in his remarks about tho fate of thoso who believe differently from himself, and who, it seems, some time ago had him taken to Stockton. Ho leaves no hope whatever for ordinary, every day sinners. You Can Have It. "My dear, what would I give to have your hair?" is often said by middle-aged ladies to young ones Madam, you mny have just such hair. Parker's Hair Balsam will give it to you. It will stop your hair from fall ing off, restore the original color and make it long, thick, soft and glossy. You need not stand helplessly envying the girls. The Balsm is not oily, not a dye, bnt it an elegant dressing, and is especially recommended for its clean liness and purity. "If your neighbor believes not as you believe, it is a proof that you believe not as he believes; and what earthly power shall determine between you"? If every denomination is left to judge of its own religion there is no relig ion that is wrong; but if they are to judge of each other's religiou, there is none that is right." The Best Evidence Of the merits of a remedy is the effect on the system, so there can be no doubt that the California Fig Syrup Company is pursuing the wisest plan possible to make known the wonderful efficacy of Syrup of Figs for all the ills arising from an inactive condition of the Liver, Knl" away sample bottles free of charge. Ask our enterprising drugcists W. E. De ment & Co. for a free sample bottle, or you can buy large bottles for fifty cents or one dollar A Nasal Injector free with each bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy Price 50 cents. Sold by W. E. Dement Little Clara was taken with sudden but not serious illness. "Mamma," she said, "do you think I shall get well?" Mother "Of course you will darling." Clara "I don't think I shall, mamma; and I guess it's best I shouldn't Being under five, per haps I could get into heaven for half fare." Scott'aF.innlsIon orPuro Cod Liver Oil, with. -HypophosphitCH. mil UuiW up Wasted Systems. Dr. R. B. Pusey. Elizabethtown, KyM says; ul have prescribed Scott's Emulsion frequently in the List ten years, and take pleasure in commending it as a valuable remedy both for adults and children in wasting conditions. RBTHE GRZA7 iW e-V3 H fi l P. B Sd: -isETi&g&ra m FOR JIO., CURES Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago. Backache. Headache.Toolhache, Soro Throat. Strelline. Sprn!n, KruUcs, Jturn, Scald. 1'ro.t Ultcs A5D ALL 0TUFK IIODILY PAINS AND ACIIEH. .! 1 1 j- Orcdt mn 1 Dealers everrwliere. Filly Cents a Uilllr. Dtmtiunj in 1 1 Laagtuss. THE C1IAIM.ES A. VOCKLEK CO.. C;mu.rtuA.UtiESCO) IfcUUmgrr.Stl., L'.S. 1. PARKER HOUSE ASTOKIA, OftEGOX, TIih House lias been newly furnished, refit ted and renovated throughout, and is First-Class in All Kespects. KATHS: From SI 50 to 82 ., per day. according to room. Special States for Steady Boarders ThK is the bet Family Hotel in the City. Fine Sample Boom for Cfliumerci.il Trav elers, mi the ground floor. Alio a fint-ela.is Barbershop connected with the home. Five Coach to and from all Steamships and Uiver 15o.iti. J. II, CIiOSI. Prop'r. nam hotel. MUS. EVA WALLMAX, - Proprietor. ASTORIA, OREGON. First Class in TTCtovy Kespcct. NEW HOUSE. NEW FURNITURE. "iftcrt ii wiIs every Conven ience for the Comfort of Transient and Permanent Guests. Corner Sipicmoqua and West ctli Strrets. Astoria Bakery AND Columbia Candy Factory. Kil. .lacltsou, 1'ri.pnetor. Ul'Y DIRECT OF TIIK MANUFACTURER and 8aie Honey. French Mised Creams. 30ctsncrlb Plain Candie3 and Taflvs 20 " " Itread. Ties and Cakei delivered eery day. OrnHiiientnl work for Weddings and larics. Beat Ice Cream at reasonable prices Cheapest and best place In town. Don't forget Hie plate ; Chenamua St. near the FostofUce. Seaside Bakerv FKESH BREAD Delivered in any Part ot the City. CHRISTMAS CAKES: Home-Made Candy Mads Daily: The Trade Supplied: Fine Pastry: A First Class Establishment. Prices to suit the times. F. B. ELBERSON, Prop'r. CUNARD STEAMSHIP LINE. WE BEG LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE A great reduction in rate oertheaboe well known line. Parties desinnp to go to Europe, or wishing to send for friends In the old country will find it to their advan tage to purchase tickets over the Cuuard line. Tickets issued by us good from any part of Europe to Astoria. Rozoinn&.TonN.s. Agents. 03HL,y I Columbia Transportation Company. FAST TIME! TIIE POPULAR STEAMER Which has been refitted for the comfort of passengers will leave "Wilson & Fisher's Dock every sMonday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M. Returning leaves Portland every Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. usj jui ciuumuuui inn win uc muuu uu aunuBy 01 .ksch. t ee, leaving Portland at O O'clock Rnnnnr "1Hoi-tifrt". Pjuspnfrnn lit thl rnnt innnot t i.-nTnn.n for Sound ports. I 53rip Chandlers, HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE Paints, Oils, and Varnish. LOGGERS' SUPPLIES. PROVISIONS AND MILL FEED AGENTS fOlt Salem nouring Mills, Portland Eoller Mills, Capital Flour and FAIRBANKS' SCALES. ASTORIA, OREGON. B. B. Franklin, SQUEiYlOQUA STREET, XEXT TO THE ASTOKIAX UUUDIXG. J35""A1I work done in a skillful manner on short notice at reasonable rates. ASTORIA !R0N WORKS. Beiitox STitEET, Near. Pakker House, ASTORIA. - OREGON. GENERAL MACHINISTS AND BOILER MAKERS.. LANMMAMEEMES Boiler Work, Steamboat Work and Cannery Work a spe cialty. Of all Descriptions made to Order at Short afotlcc. A. D. Wass, President. J. G. HusTLKn, Secretary, I. W. Case, Treasurer. Jonx Fox.Superintendent. S. ARNDT & EEECHEN, ASTORIA. - OREGON. The Pioneer Machine Shop BLACKSMITJI fk fi IT A Pi kj j-. ju yfdjgKEateiiwfo ?fM&Mtte& 7 Lr-aKi'4 ZJ? AND ' -A !-"&! Boiler Shop s&l m$& AH kinds of ENGINE, CANNERY, AND STEAMBOAT W0EK Promptly attended to. A specialty made of repairing CANNERY DIES, FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET. FAST TIME! M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M. U. B. SCOTT. President MeMer anfl Cabinet late J3&- iMfeS cJpjp&' """- Orih&'isSn .-jTrZr THE BEST IS THE Royal Brand Flour Manufactured by the OREGON MILLING COMPANY Is of Superior Quality, and'Is Endorsed by all who use It. THEHOUSEKEEPER'S FAVORITE Of Superior Rising Quality. Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction. WYATT & THOMPSON Sole Agents for Astoria. Painting ana Paper HaipE. KALSOMINING ETC. Faint Shop in rear of premises form erly occupied by C. II. Stockton, oppo site the Court House. All orders promptly and satisfactory executed. J. H. D. GRAY. Wholesale and retail dealer in. GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc. LIME, SAND AND CEMENT. General Storage and "Wharfage on reason able terms. Foot of Renton street, Astoria, Oregon. WEI. EDGAR, Dealer in Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes Meerschaum and Brier Pipes, GENUIHE ENGLISH CUTLERY Revolvers and Cartridges. CORNER aiAIN AND CHENAMUS STS. The Gem Saloon. The Popular Resort for Astorians. For the Finest of Wines and Liquors Go to THE GE3I SALOON. ALEX. CAMPBELL, - - PROPKIETOR ASTORIA LIQUOR STORE, AUG. DANIELSON, - - Proprietor. Rebuilt and Itefltted Throughout. The Best of WIXES.IilQUOIlS.AXD CXGAB5, For a Good Cigar, call for one of "Danielson's Best." Comer West 9th and Water Streets, Astoria. n9-Cm Sol Gi Jewelry, BRACELETS, Scarf Pins Mns, Watcles, SILVERWARE, Of every description. The finest stock of Jewelry In Astoria. 3AH goods warrantedasrepresented GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER. Magnus C. Crosby Dealer In HARDWARE-, IRON, STEEL, Iron Pipe and Fittings, STOVES, TINWARE AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD SHEET IRON, 371 Ti AND Copper. For Sale. Tlie Beautiful and Favorably Located BAY VIEW RESTAURANT Is for sale at a bargain, on account of the proprietor's desire to go east to see her par ents Inquire at the restaurant or at this office. "SECURE THE SHADOW Ere the substance fade, and when you visit Tortland, make It a part of your business to call on W. n. Towke, at the San Fran--clsco Gallery, S. W. comer First and . Morrison streets, and have your photograph taken in the highest style of the art.