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3BiSf, kSEim!l&agJ9:.&S :?; "JG &&-v-;&l2l2n t m r ta. YOL. XXIII, NO. 1 03. ASTORIA, OREGON, TIIUKSDAY APRIL 30, 1885. PRICE, FIYE CENTS 4 - BUSINESS CARDS. TV- A. L,. and i. A. Jb'CLTOX. Physicians nccl Siirjjrons. Will kIvp promot attention to all calls, fium any pan of the city or country. Office over Allen's Store, corner Cass and Souomoqua ftrects. Asturia, Oregon. Tclophono No. 41. ryt.FKAXIL IA2C. PIij'Mlcinn nnrt Snrjrroii. Oftlcte. UoomC, over D. A. Mcintosh's store. OrncK Hours :-9 to ll .. si. ;-S to 5 r. at. Residence, opposite the Johansen building oko.a. nonius, oeo. xouaxd XOLAXD fc DORRIS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Onitv In Klnnej'.s llloek. opposite City Hall, Astoria, Oregon. xe. ruiroN. a. c. fut.ton. FU17TOX BROTHERS, ATTOUN'KTS AT LAW. UounmSand C. Odd Fellows Building. fOKKPIf A. II.Ii. ATTORN KV AT LAW. OrriCK. on Ca street. I door south of Odd Fellows IJuililliijr. f q. A. ttOWMlY. Attorney and Coaucl!or t Imiv, office on Clionanuis Street. Astoria. Oregon. pKMI F. I'AKKKK. SURVEYOR OF ClatHO) County, and City or Awtoriu Office :-Chen:unus street. Y. M. ('. A. Imll Kooni N"o. 8. r W. IjKICK. ARCHITECT AND SPPEIMNTEXDEN'T. Oi!ric:c: Room!), KinnplrikHlock, TAY TCTT1.E. 2U . PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Rooms l, 2. and 3 Pythian P.uild- Ing. Rrsidkxok On Cedar Street, hack o! St. Mary's Hospital. F 1 TIIt-KS. A. K SHAW. HICKS &SHUV. DENTISTS. K.wniis in Allen's lhdlding. up .stairs, roi nrr Cass and Squemoqua .streets. Astoria Oregon. BANKING AND INSURANCE ! I. W. CASE, Broker, Banker, and Insur ance Agent, iT 71KTORIA, OR EC OX. OFFICE IlOl'R.S : From a o'clock A. M. until 3 o'clock P. M. Bozortli & Johns, Renl Estate and Insurance Aceiitainl ItroVtrK ASTORIA. ... - Oregon. We write policies in the following well known Firo Insurance Companies : FHCEXIX OF HARTFORD. SCOTTISH UNION AND NATIONAL OF EDIMtURG. LION. OF LONDON HOME. OF NEW YORK. LONDON AND LANCASHIRE. OF LIVER POOL. PHCENIX. OF BROOKLYN. CONNECTICUT, OF HARTFORD. V OAKLAND I10M. OF OAKLAND, OALA. And also represent the WESTER!?, of Cidirornla.jr13fl70-BKElftV.ofGer. ntfiny. and AMERICAN STEAM BOIL ER hSURAXCE CO. Heal Estate Bought and Sold on Commission. M. W. FECIIHEIMER. ILW.COKBETr. -EDWARD HALL. - President Vice President secretary THE OREGON Fire ail Marine Insurance Co. OK PORTLAND, OREGON. Capital raid Up. CaHh Assets Kxrred. SO,oo0.eoo 5iKO.0ao.G0 C. LEINEXWEBER, - Agent, ASTORIA, OREGON. tf". O, HOSS. ULtDITMa rXDERTAKEIl, Iflaiu Si. Asiorln, Oropou. Have Jnst Pureliased a Fine, New Hearse. Private Boarding House. FIHIE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY Jl announes that she is prepared to fur nish I.adies or Gentlemen with Board onlv. or with Board and Furnished Rooms at ery reasonable rates. No etra charge for use if Parlor or Bath room, and even- elfort will be made to make her guests feel com rortable and at home. IHnncr Served from 5:36 to C;30 P. M. 3IKS. E. ct iioj,ii;. SE Cor. Main and Jefferson .streets. Dissolution of Copartnership. NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVES THAT THE copartnership heretofore existing un der the firm name and style of Thomes and Knowles 1j this day dissolved by mutual agreement. C."W. KNOWLES, . C.T.7H0MES. Astoiia, OreRon, April lSth, 1SSV 4w YSPEPS1A Is c dancerous as wall as distressing coapkiat. If 1 neglected, it tends, by impairing nutrition, cad (Jo- prwsw tha tona cl tha sjslca, to prepare ttie wxy tor jupsa isecuso. 1 5 -THE BEST TONIC. Qalcldr and completely Care Dyspepsia in all its forma. Heartburn, ftclchiu?. Tn.Htin; the Food, Ac. It earlohos aad purilies tho blood, btucc tntoia tho appetite, aad aids tha assimilation of food Rnv. JT. ROBKiTEit, tho honored paster of t! First Rafonned Church, Baltimore. Ml. siy -llaving used Brown's Iron Bitters for Uyboep- ia and Indigestion, I tikorreat pleasure in reoCT mendlnt: it hicbJy. Also consider It a sploadult mic and lnrtcorator. and very strengthening " Ginnlne has above trademark and crossed red Hnee onwrapper. Take no other. Madnonlvr-r Birov' CnKMICALCO- ai.tjmkivmh Ladies' IIaxd Book nsefnl and attrartive -" tainins list of prizes for recipes, iefnrmut: -n r)M coins, etc Riven away bj all dealen in n"-in'. mailed to any address on receipt of 2c. Htaisp. SXELL, HEITSHU & WOOBARD. WnoLKSALE Aokxt.s, Portland Oregon. H if CELEBRATED fj W STG3IACH , f0 8JTTERS The finest tonic for nervous nennle is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which Insures perfost digestion and assimilation, and the active performance of their functions by the liver and bowels. As the system acquires tone through tlio Inlluenco of this benign medicine, the i.erves rtow stronger and more tranquil, headaches cease, ami that nameless anxiety which is a peculiarity of the dyspeptip, elves way to cheerfulness To establish health on a sure foundation, use the peerless iuvlgorant. For sale bv all Druggists and Dealers generally. Many a Lady is beautiful, all but her skin ; and nobody has ever told her how .easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is Magnolia Balm. Men Think they know all about.Jtfustang Lin imont. Few do. Not to know 13 not to have. Holclen's Auction Rooms Established January 1st, 1877. E. C. HOLDEX, Real Estate and General Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, Ohcnanms Street. - Astoria, Oregon. Auuctlon sale of Sundries every Saturday. ui ju im a. M., at mv auciiou 1:00ms. Will condhet Auction Sales of Real Estate, Cattle, and Farming Stock wheieer de- sircu. Cash ReturnN Prowptlj made after Sales. Consignments respcctfullv solicited. Notary Public for the State or Oregon. Commissioner of Deeds for Washington Territory. Agent for Dally and Weekly Orcgnnlan. Moore's Remedy -FOR- Poison 0tlsL. MOORE'S REMEDY Cure and Prevents POISON OAK. UUHEri Piles. Burns, Cuts: KK- 3IOYE& Suubum and Freckles, Cold In tho Head or Lungs. Croup. Etc.. etc An Invaluable FAMILY HALVE. Sold by an uniggtsi-s. 21 Centw a ttox. Try It! ! I m n IP ' l -5H R sum rj Found. A SMALL, WHITE SKIFF. Inquire at n. GRUBE, . Junk store, near N. Johanseu's. LATEST WAR NEWS. Every Ear Ready For the Boom of the Cannon. London, April 23. - Gladstone stated in the honso of commons tiiis afternoon that the government had received no confirmation of thebatilo supposed to havo recently occurred bet'ween Russians and 'Afghans with the victory for the latter. 3Er. Ellis Ashmead-Bartlet t, couservative.asked whether Russia had withdrawn froiu the undertaking to not occupy Herat. Gladstone answered "no." Immense quantities of coal are be ing shipped to Cape Town, south Af rica, for the use of British armed cruisers and men-of-war in event of an outbreak of war "between Russia and England. A special dispatch from Tirpul, dated April 20, says: "The Russians occupy Akheltepe, and are actively at work making a military road from Penjdeh to Herat. The government has accepted an offer made by New South "Wales ,of their contingent now in tho Soudan, for service in India or elsewhere, as may be required by the military au thorities. The commissary department of the Indian army has completed nrrang ments for funiishiug transportation and provisions jn India for two army corps. The first corps consists of 13,000 British and 16,000 native troops, with 3,000 camp followers and transport tenders, 8,000 horses and 30,000 transport animals. The second corps consists of 12,000 British and 15,000 native troops, with 2S.O00 fol lowers, 8,000 horses and. 28,000 trans port animals. One month's supplies are to be sent to Rendii, Killa and Abdnlla, and three month's supplies to Qtietta. Two firms at Cowcs are working, night and day on forty torpedo boats, ordered by the English government. The admiralty has notified officers and men at all coast guard stations to be in readiness to join their ships at a moment's notice. A Russian charter for coal to Cou- stadt, freight to be 7s Gd per ton, was made at iSewcastle to-day, upon con dition that if war is declared the own er of the boat becomes purchaser of the cargo. St. Petersburg, April 28. Five steamers havo been purchased in America for cruisers in the Russian service. Russa has ordered tho mobilization of her southern armv. It is rumored that 200,000 troops -vill bo available in forty days. There is a great scarcity of coal in this city and at Cronstadt, and prices have risen to fabulous figures. A long dispatch in cipher was sent to General KomarofF yesterday. The pay of sailors in the Rti3siau navy has been raised to the war rate. Tho Standard's special says the Russian have occupied Maruchak, twenty miles south or Penjdeh, on the Merghab river. Berlin, April 2S. The Rational Zcitung says Germany remains neu tral in tho present crisis in the rela tions of England and Russia, and that no request has been made for her me diation. It also denies that the czar wrote to the emperor of Germany that the chances for peace had di minished. Paris, April 28.- -A special dispatch from Berlin to the joupal Dcs Dtbats states that Germany is not disposed to become a mediator between Rus sia and England. The dispatch, states that Russia even refuses arbitration as a means of. aettliug her present difference with England. Saukem, April 28. Government troops are returning here. Orders have heen received to withdraw. .Cairo, April 28. Order have been issued for withdrawal of troops from Wady Haifa. SnEEBNESs, England, April 28. Four torpedo boats lying here have been ordered into commission for im mediate service. New York, April 28. Passengers on Bermuda steamers report the British are putting the island of Ber muda in a complete state of defence. Copenhagen, April 28. The mili tary reserves of Denmark are being mobilized, in expectation of the ne cessity of preserving Danish neutral ity by force. New York, April 28. Tho Sun's London special says: It is just twenty days since the massacre oil the Kushk and the capture of Penjdeh became known in London. The soft ening touch of time has done won ers, as Gladstone knew it would. It is undeniable that Gladstone believes that England's only chance of peace lies in gaining time. The premier's constant dream just now, and his highest ambition, is to retire in a blaze of glory, after having finally and peacefully settled the central Asian question. New York, April 28. The Herald's cable special from St. Petersburg says: The break in the diplomatic relations between Franco and Egypt isbeingulilized as abasis foraFranco Bussian alliance which is now warmly favored by tho czar. Active negotia tions are" being interchanged by St. Petersburg and. Paris, with the ob ject of vigorous common action against England. It is claimed that a Franco-Russian alliance against England would bo in violation of the treaty entered into by the czar-last year at Skiernewice. it For Dyspepsia andLivcr Complnint, you have a printed guarantee on every bottle of Shtloh's Vltalizer. It never falls to cure. Sold by W. E. Dement. ON THE ISTHMUS. I Panama, via GaIiVeston, April 23. ! Cambiua? messenger -of tho diplo matic corps of Bogota, arrived at ' Panama this morning with national 1 troops, who consist chiefly of voiun j leers from Cauca, under eommamd of Aiontere, wuo nas sent Aizpuru no tice to leave the city in forty-eight hours. Aizpuru now says ho will fight. If he does not evacuate tho city, the national troops will try to dislodge him, and unless the United States troops interfere the city will stand a poor chance. If Aizpuru re mains in the city the sfruggle will be indefinitely prolonged. Washington, April 2S. Tho navy department received information this afternoon of the arrival of Colombian national forces off Panama. Panama, (via Galveston), April 28. 10 a. m. An American bark captured by rebels some time ago wa3 brought to Colon yesterday by tbe Alliance, having on board the rebel general, Benjamin Ruiz, and sixty men. At Paraiso yesterday afternoon a riot occurred between resident Jama cians and Colombians. Threeof tho latter were killed and seventeen wounded. A company of marines under Captain Roid have gone there to keep order. Paraiso is about nine miles from Panama. The natives are very uncertain through the interior, and may at tempt to stop transit. A detachment of marines from the Tennessee, Qalc na, Alliance and Sicatara. returned to their respective ships at Colon yes terday. Bcena Ventura, April 28. -Yesterday afternoon the firing,of gttns was heard at Cali, near Bnena Ventura. It is rumored that an insurrection has brokon out there. Juilxinent AfllnunJ. During tho railroad boom Win. O Allen purchased from C. F. Specht a large quantity of land nearly oppo site Kalama, the purchase price be ing some Sin.OOO. Allen, it seems, thought the railroad company would transfer passengers across tho Colum bia river from tho point where tho land he bought was situated and that therefore quite a city would grow up! iucii. xm; v,uiuipiuii iui nwuiuii'iisua went away below him, and Allen's brilliant hopes were badly shuttered. When he purchased tho property Al lea gave notes in payment, for some reason neirlected . to nav a balance drio of the original purchase amount'! mg to 15,000. Specht brought suit agaiust him to recover the money in the state circuit court and got a judgment. Allen then appealed the matter to the supremo court. Yes terday a mandate was received from that body which provided that the judgment of the lower court was af firmed, and that plaintiff recover from defendant 81,745.70 with inter est from May 31, 1SS1, at niuo per cent., the costs of tho appeal and the costs in the Iower'conrt. Standard, From the Corpora!. From tho Marine Barracks, Peusa cola, Florida, Corporal Ben. Barger writes of the benefits of Brown's Iron Bitters in that malarious region. He says: "I havo used several bottles and must say I am greatly benefited by using it. Scveralof my comrades use Brown's Iron Bitters, and you may rest assured they all think it is the greatest thing on earth.' This kind of testimony comes from all qnarler.3 concerning Brown's Iron Bit ters -the best tonic Prof. R. A. Proctor says that this earth is to-day just as likely to quake and overthrow cities and towns as it ha3 been at any time sinco man ex isted. You are right, Professor; bnt does it not occur to yon that it i3 just as nnlikely to do so. Boston Post. tfr.R.E. Jarmau, Brisbane, Queens land, writes: "I had the misfortune to sprain my wrist very severely. The wrist became considerably swollen and painful. I applied St. Jacobs Oil, and the pain subsided.'' What is the best coveriug for the head? demands a western journal. Hair isn't bad. ir. 1'. Herald. Nrott'rtKmnlNloii of Pare Cod liiver Oil, with HypophoRplilti'.s. In Acute Pulmonary Troubles. Dr. f. j. Strickland, ew lorK, says: '1 find your Emulsion very beneficial after nil aouU pulmonary attacks in adult, and jn children' during and after such diseases." Through the telephene: "Is that yotr, doctor?" "Yes, who is it?" "Mrs. Mcrony. Oh, doctor, what shall I do for the babyr He has swallowed a dime.' "Well, you sure ly don't want to spend $2 to get a dime, do you?'' And tho telephone ceased to work. Washcil-Ont Hair. There is a sort of pallid, chalky com plexion which the novelists " call a -washed-out complexion." It is ghastly enough, and 110 mistake. Washed-out, faded, discolored, or parti colored nair is aimo&as repulsive ami melancholy. Parker's Hair Balsam will restore your hair to its original color, whatever it was; brown, auburn or black. Why wear moss on your head. when you may easily have lively, shin ning natr. The Rev. Geo. II. Thayer, of Bour bon, IncL, says: "Both mj-self and wife oweour lives toSuir.on's Consumption I Core." Sold by W. E. Dement. otiioobs nil T Llffl 111 I 1 av5 FOR J&JO& U U K fct Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago. Backache, fiesdiche. Toothache, Koro Throat, ."welllnc- Sprain, UruUcJ, Hum. culis Frot lUte. .0 ILL OTHER KODILT I'M3- A.ND J CUES. S-!l l-f Drui-kH &M IVilfri errrhr. FW jr C-aU twUW. Ulrerttoui la 1 1 Lanjuiej. TIIK OIAKLES A. VOCKI.EU CO.. (ScU)r1uA. CKJtiS Jt CO.) lUIUmjir, JJO., U.S.1. ffliilA HOTEL. MRS. r-VA WALI.MAN. - I'roprietor. ASTORIA, OREGON. FIr.t Class in Kvi-ry IepHt. NEW HOUSE, NEW FURNITURE. Fi(lMl up with ortiry Comon iciiw lor Hit Comfort of Transient and Permanent Guests. Cornir Squemoqu.1 and Wet Slli dtnets. f The Telephone Saloon The Finest Establishment of the Kind iii Astoria. Kpt.'lnlly lilted up for this Cinifort :ind Convenience ot those who enjoy n Social Ola . Tht His! of Wines and Liquors, The Ciioice.st Cigars . Everything New and Ficst-Cfass. 15. T JlSFFftlS Y. S'Voxrr. II. tt. PAKKIIU. Prop's. First Class ia Every Respect. Free Condi to tho IIonsv. Old Castle, Yspitti, and other brands of Coke Tin Plates, for sale in lots to snit purchasers, now in warehouse at Astoria; also Liverpool lino and course salt. For further particulars apply to ever, Portland, Oregon. PARKER HOUSE Cairns Sillies. Bos & Go Columbia . TusioiMon CmoanY. FOR PORTLAND! Through Freight on Fast Time! THE SEW ELEPHONE Which 1m li?on specially built for the comfort of panri will leav Wilson & FUher's Dock cvory Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M. Keturnins leaves Portland every Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M. AEAn additional trip will tie made on Smiday or jGaeh. Week, leaving Portland at 0 O'clock Sunday 3Iorn!nsr. Pawners bj thli route connect at Kaloroa lor Sound port. r. n. SCOTT. President Wilson & Fisher; Ship Chandlers, HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE Paints, Oils, and Varnish. LOGGERS1 SUPPLIES. PROVISIONS AND MILL FEED AGENTS FOK Salem Houring Mills, Portland Holler Mills. Capital Flour and FAIRBANKS' SCALES. ASTORIA, OREGON. B. B. Franklin, Maker anil CaMiet Maker, SQUEIYIOQUA STREET, Nl'.XT TO TUB ASTOKIAN nriLDlXO. -. 0 fay-All work done in 11 skillful manner on short notice at reasonable rates. ASTORIA IRON WORKS. UicrroK Stkket, Nkar I-akkek HorsK. ASTOKIA. - OKKOOX. GENERAL MACHINISTS AND BOILER MAKERS. LAND ai MARIE ENG1HES BoilerWork, Steamboat Work and Cannery Work a spe cialty. Of all Descriptions made to Order at Short Xotlce . A. D. "Wass, President. J. O. Hustlkr, Secretary, I. W. Case, Treasurer. John Fox.Suporintendent. 3. ARNDT & EERCHEN, ASTORIA. - OREGON. The Pioneer Machine Shop eiiA tA D jll J jl -r'TTJifiTinF ;&& m ri Boiler Shop All kinds of ENGINE, CANNERY, STEAMBOAT W0SK Promptly attended to. A specialty made of repairing CANNERY DIES, FOOT OF LA FAYETTE STREET. STEAMER H&fW .KKTjfcaiMK ' yww THE BEST 13 TIIE Royal Brand Flour Manufactured by the OREGON MILLING COMPANY Is or Superior Quality, and b Endorsed by all who use it. THE HOUSEKEEPER'S FAVORITE Of Superior RLsing Quality. Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction. WYATT & THOMPSON Sole AscutH lor Astoria. Painttii and. Paper Haipi. KALSOMINING ETC. OHAS. OliSEN Paint Shop in renr of premises form erly occupied by C. II. Stockton, oppo site, the Court Tlouse. All orders promptly anil satisfaetorl) executed. J. H. D. QUAY, Wholesale and retail dealer in. GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED Hay, Oats, Straw. Wood, Etc. LIME, SAND AND CEMENT General Storage and Wharfage on rewMWi aole terms. . Foot of iscnton street, Astoria. Oregon. WH. ELQAR, Dealer in Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes Meerschaum tind Srier Pipes, GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY Revolvers and Cartridges. CORNER MATN AND CllENAMUS SIS. The Gem Saloon, The Popular Resort for Astorians. For the Finesi of Wines and Liquors Go to THE GEir SALOOX. ALEX. CAiriJELL, - - ntOFIUETOR ASTORIA LIQUOR STORE, AUG. DAXIELSOX, - - Proprietor. ' liebuiltaml Refitted Throndtont The Best of VlXES.I,lQTJOKS,AXI CIGAHK. For a Good Cigar, call for one of "Danielson's Best." Corner West 9th and WaterStreet?, Astoria. n3-6m Magnus C. Crosby Dealer In HARDWARE, M, STEEL, Iron Pipe and Fittings, STOVES, TINWARE AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS SHEET LEAD' STRIP LEAD SHEET IRON, Tin AND Copper. Astoria Sail Loft. Best of Wort at Bottom Flpres J. HESS. The wril-known, Saiimaker now occupies 1 ut jMin;i sau xahi. lornicny occupieti by A . 31. Johnson. Boat Sails a Specialty. ALL WOKK WARRANTED Come and see me at Tlie AstoriaSail Loft : next to Pjthian Puildiue;. Address P. O. P.o r.12. J. HESS. Floats! Floats! Floats! CANNERYMEN uho an1 -in need of Floats, Copper Handles and Mallets should send their orders to B. IV. BL001. Clatskanie, Orecon, who has a qufliitilvn hand Alilch will be sold at reasonable rtes. SECURE THE SHADOW" Ere the substance fade, and -when you. visit Portland, make It a part ot your business to call on WV1I. Towxk, at the San Fran cisco Gallery, S. W. cerner: First and Morrison streets, and have your photograph taken in the highest style of the art.