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Ci. PRICE blVE CENTS. ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY M, 1887. VOL. XXVII, NO. 35. xw IT. BUSINESS CARDS. DENTIST. Koom3 11 and 12 Oil Fellows Bulld'ng, ASTORIA, .... OREGON. JH. a. 2 Jb'tJirox. PJiysiciaa ami Surgeon. Office on Cass street, three doors aoutli or Odd Fe low's bml ling. Telephone No. 41. p TiLOKX. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ResldPnce, Upper Astoria, Niilsou Hous. FAY TUrTLE. 3f. . ' - :i,$A A.ND SUKGEON O . - KoomsG Pjthlan Building. ltKSioKtfCK On Cedar Street, back of St. M.in 's HosDital. j it. o. is. r.sTi;s. -It YSIC1AX AND SURGEON. - Yt ion : Gem Bui'ding, up stairs, Astoria, 'reon. J Y K. F XK PAGE. I'll YSIC1 AN AND SURGEON, OpposlteTelecraph Office. Astoria. Oregoi. G -i Kl.O F. lAKKi:. SURVEYOR OF CLATSOP COUNTY AND Ex-City Surveyor of Astoria office : N. E. corner Ciss and A stor streets, ifonin n'ii.r I7p tlr. Rob-. Collier. Deputy. kit. AiiKJtr.l K.IXXEY. Office at Kinney's Cannery. Will only attend patient" at Ills office, and may be found there at any hour. E, C. IIOI.DE.V Notary Public, Commissioner of Deeds For Washington Territory, Aoctloneer, Beal Estate and Insnranee - Apent. Office, at Ilolden's Aucilnn Rooni9,Clisna mus street, Astoria. Oregon. C. R. THOMSON, E. E. TOOTKET. .THOMSON- & COOVERT, Attorneys at Law and Notaries Public. Special attention given to collections and examining titles. OKyiCK itooms 4 and 5, over City Book Stoie. OEO. A. OOttttlS, GEO. KOLAM S(fcI.AXI & IORKIS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. oie In Kinney's Block, ppoalto Cit Hall Astotia. Oregon. c v. KUL.ro". ucroLic FULTOX BEIOTSJXICS. - ATTORNEYS AT LAW. UonrntSnud 6. Odd Fellows BnildiiiR. q. A. ISOWJLilS Y. Ittornej and. Counsellor ut IiVlxv Office on Clienamus Street, Astoria. Oregon "P 1. W1STOS ATTORNEY AT LAW. Rooms No. 11 and 12, Pythian Castle Build ing. Q B..WATSOX, ! Atty. at Law and Deputy DM. Atty. ' All business before the U. S. Land Office a specialty, Astoria, - - Oecoox. L.T '. UAIUX, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OREGON CITV, - - - . OHEGOK. .Having an experience r nine years as Register of the laud Oi Cc at Oreiou Citv, Oregon, 1 am now ready to attend to Land Business for settlers and claiu.ants berore any uisirln, or the Oeneral, Land Office on easonab,e terms. X' .Advice and hit ormation, if desired, given - by n all. . A. K. SHAW. DENTIST. Rooms in Allen's Building, up stairs, cor ner Cass and Squemirqua streets. Astoria Oregon. A. SMITH, DENTIST. Rooms and 2 Pythian Build-ing over C. H. Coop r'- More. THOS. MALES, FasM A Good Fit Cuaranteod. CHARGES MODERATE raeEBBB6MHraSI i mi "BCSSItii urn. y-'AReat for the Celebrated Houseliold Sewing Mach'ne. Shop opposite C. H. Cooper3. H. oiBte ailor Zibsohilclti Free from Opiates, Hmttics ami Jfoison. SAFE. SURE. FBOMPT. AT DECOOISTS XSD BEAIXES. IKE CTAnLES A. C.CLnt CO.. BALTIBOtlE. MD. mikim Cores SMtaiatisa, Hraralgla, 'juctttBt, uesuitce, looiaacnt, npmni, iirnitr., ir tie. PItlOE, F1TTY CEXTS. At Drurrlat and Daler THE CIUKLES A. YOGELER CO., 1ULTIH0UE, 910. rprpai iMkVilfllHS 'cATHULIUUlt Sues Female Complaints. A Great Sidney jemeay. tS"B0LPBTAUiD3UaQISTS. Boat Building. MANY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN building boats on tlio Col nubia river ma undriMi of flue boats or my bul d make my guarauteet for rikkI wnik" Jiead iii irters at tlie old Astoria Iron Works ntillding. Will build bn.us at anv po nt on tlia l'o-umbia rivi-r .where mv services miv be required. w m. nuux.. -AGENCY- e lUWlUlULU OFMSAN FRANCISCO. Flavei's Wharf and Warehouse, Astoria, Oregon. CinuprySiippHcs ai Lowest Prices. Storage and Insurance :it Curent llatef. Banking Department Drafts on the leading Cities of the Worlj JOHN F. McGOVERN, Agent. tJ. II Coleman. Accountant. Wi!son& Fisher Ship Chandlers, HEAVY AND SHELF H A E D A E E Paints, Oils, and Varnish. LOGGERS1 SUPPLIES. PROVISIONS MILL PEED AGENTS FOR SALEM PATENT ROLLER WILLS,' Portland Boiler Mills, Capitol Elour and FAIRBANKS' SCALES. ASTOKI A. OREGON. -THE- DIAMOND PALACE! GUST AY HANSEN, Prop'r. A Large and Well Selected Stock of Fine Diamonfls Jewelry At Extremely Low Prices. All Goods Bought at This Establishment Warranted Genuine. ITntcli mi! Clock Itcpniriug A SPECIALTY. Corner Cass and Squemoqua Streets. Elmore, Sanborn & Co. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Fire Insurance AGENTS. Represen'ln'j the Largest and Most Eella ble tire Insurance Companies. All Business promptly&nd accurately tran actfd. FJavli Wharf, -r - Astoria Oreaoh. grn mmKAosoltilcnt Hhf 25 J -CBssss5Sfim s WET man 2. rn ADOPTED BY THE LEGISLATURE. ! A Matter Por the Courts to Pass On- SALEjr, Or., Feb. 9. S. J. R. No 1-i, by "Watts, providing te: a special election on constitutional amendments to be held on the first Tuesday, after the first Mon day in November, 1887. The pro hibition aupstion is to be voted upon; also the question ol raising the salaries of the governor, secre tary of state, etc. Watts said the only way to set tle this question and find out what the people wanted was to put it to a vote. He said if the resolution passed changing the time of hold ing elections from June to Novem ber, this election would not cost a cent, as in November, 1SS8, the regular election would be held for all state and other officers, and the June election would be saved. That is, in November, 1887, and in November, 1888, elections would be held instead of two elec tions in June 1888, and the other in November. Lee called attention to the fact that the resolution on prohibition, provided that if the amendment to the constitution were adopted it should go into force six months afterwards. If voted for in No vember, 1887, this would make it a part of the constitution in May.l Iboo. Tne ieis'ature am not meet again until 1889 so the ques tion naturally arose a-s to what law would bo in force on the liquor traffic during this six months pre ceding the meeting of the leg islature. Certainly the old law could not remain in force, as if the prohibition amendment car ried the old law would be uncon stitutional. Shupe was of the same opinion and asked for information on this subject. Watts maintained that the old law would remain in force until the legislature met in 1889. Dimick appealed to the senate for - the passage of the resolu tion, and ssid he had numerous pe titions from churches and lha W. C. T. U., asking for it. Watts submitted 127 petitions asking for the passage of the res olution. Simon said the amendment ought to be submitted to the peo ple, and if the m-ijority of Un people wanted piohibitiou. let them have prohibition. It was a question tnat uoin political parties were divided upon, and therefore it would be better to submit it at a special election. Siglin said a constitutional amendment was not self-enacting. Before a constitutional amendment could be enforced the legislature had to convene, and before the legislature could convene therr. would have to be a general elec tton. Candidates wouldbe forced to express their opinions on these side issues. He was not afraid to say he was in favor of prohibition. He wasn't afraid to say he favore.l woman's suffrage, ana he wasn't elected to stay at home, either, he could make a living at home and never made one in the legis lature. He always camo home "C. 0. D." Times hadn't heeu very good with him in the legisla ture. 3ut let us have a full and fair discussion of all these ques tions. If a man favored whisky let him come out and sav so, and if he were defeated for this reason let him stay at home. We should! have better material if all these side issues were dhcussed gener ally at a general election. It would force men to put themselves on record. Hare favored the resolution, but thought constitutional amendments would better be specially submit ted 10 the people. Wagpr said he favored the reso lution, and tiiat the people should have a chance to vote on it. He understood, and had been told by the advocates of the measure, that they wanted it submitted at a special election. They said they wouldn't be given a fair show at a general election. He was willing (to give them every opportunity. Cbamberlin said a, special elec tion wouldn't cost over $10,000. He first opposed a special election out since investigating matters la- vored it. .. 1 Via nACitlnfiAn nrso otlnnn) x..o .muiuuuu ." " "H'c" Coleman, V eaten, Al llec at d Weatherford votingsno. Iti5 subsequently adopted hi the house by a vote of- 36 to 22 making a total vote in the legis lature on the measure of G for, to 25 against it. j A ShockhrjlTragedy in Iowa. Chicago. Feb. 9- An Inter- Ocean spcialfrom De3 MoineF, Ioiva, says; News was received here to-day of a horrible accident or tragedy that occurred yesterday ab mt sx miles northwest of Jef ferson. A small farmhouse occu pied by man named Lucklum was entirely consumed by fire at 3 o'clock in the afternoon and Juck lum's aged father, wife and son were burned tadeath therein. Two neighboring women saw the flames and tried to genin, out the doors were fastened with the occupants inside. Thist together with the fact that a gun and a revolver were found near the remains of the old man, indicate, (bul play, possibly murder and sujeide. A Prdpnecv of War. t Pesth, Fi?b. 9. The Buda Pesth Jburmial urges Austria to attack Ruia b-fora the latter has completed her preparations on the lower D tnube. It haj-s: "War is inevitahle.laud :t is hptter to begin figh ing jitrfore the B tlkau states nae Djen b-"en Kus.sianized Austria would thus secure an alii- awe witft LJuIgana, giving KO,OOJ additiona trnnps." he 1 T.'ie Beinuins or tin End. ( Tliebrcnnin ofadseaeisj debility orf disonler of same 0' the vital organs, the stmicb, -he 1 Yer or tie oowdls usually. There are d.xsiepticsymp 0313. the liver is t oubieson e, tie 'kngros tawny and un healthy 'ookiug, th re are pains in tin right s e or through the right sh iulder blade. Tne climax is olten an utter prostration of the physical energies rerh-ips a fatal issue. Bui ic the dtftlcu ty sim In Unn with ILwtet- terS .-to.ii:icli Bitiera. wldch is always eileiit I 0 as a 1 rmedy, an 1 it slum U be rcsorteil to f at an earsys'age, were win ue no reason to apprehend those injurious hubseiiu'nt ef ects up.in the system often entailed by en tliely cured diseases. 'Far belter is lr, also, to employ this &afo retnedlnt a,:Piit; in feter and ma, and o her malaiial omplaiiits. than quinine and other potent dius. which, even wnen ttiey do iir.ve effectual for a time, ruin the stomach and impair the geucral health. Montana boasts of being out of debt and of having $57,00U in th treasury. Chills and Fever. Malaria. "Many ?ases of f vcr and acuc dumb ajrue an'd congestive ehiliSAveu prompt ly arrested and entirely b-mi.-died bj tne us" of Simmons Liv r Krguiator. You don't tay half cnoivjh in regard tu the efliracy of thK valuable :m dicim in cum" ot guc, intermittent fevers, etc. Eveiy case has been arreteil immediately. I was i Miffeier for cara w'uh the liver disease, and ol. found, relief by tiding the Regulator," Robbkt J. U"j:cics, Batavia. Kane Co., HI. The" numher of idiots in the United States increased fr m 34, 527 in 1879 76 89a in 1880. When baby was tick, wc gsve her Castorla, When shs ras a Child she cried for Castoria, When she became Miss, she clung to Casteria, WbeashehadChildrinjChccavi. then Castoria- The first daily pappj was pub I'sht'ti by Abraham Verhoeve at Antwei p. vQ rt. ru enjoy your din J 3 ner and are prevented by uyspepsia. use Ackors Dyspepsia Tablets. They are a positive cure for Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Flatulency ana constipation. we guarantee tuem. zo ana uu cents. J. W. Conn. According to the official asylum report, lunacy in Massachusetts is on the increase. Wild Cherry :unJ Tav. Everybody knows the virtues of Wild Cherrv and Tar as a relief and cure tor any affection of the Throat and Lungs, combined with these two ingredients are a few simple healing remedies in "the composition of Dr. Bnsauko's Couuli and Lung Syrup making it just the aiticlevou should always have in the Iioumj tor G(ii!ihs, Colds Cionp audi ::7.i.t D..:.. rn ..V ,nJ 8im' Diom-iiiiift. iii'ow x'ii"fi "" ?". Samples free. Sold by . I. W. Conn. , Art Booms. jiis it v. nitotvx Teacher f OiL W ter color and China painting, Cravjii. IMtM etf. Jtoi in 2 over City Bjnk "ti-e. lio. u , 3 tu 12 a . m, I ii-m i to 5 a.m. Child ens class Saturday mumm at re duced prices. Visitors w Tonie-atany time, All orders j PSSrivS done to order. Call and see. samples, I Special Notice. .'CEMRKRaoF SCANDINAVIAN BFN . 1X evoient Mociety are hereby notified ., that tune of mpetln? las been ch nsed to sprvmd iirt fourth Tne3 uvs n each mo th. Ruiarmeeun fecrUfig cftctV ' -SEia FAULTLESS FAMILY MEBfGIRE- T0, c, ,, ! "I have used Simmons Liver Eegulator for many years, hav- ing made it my only Family Medicine. My mother before ; me was very partial to it. It la j a safe, good and reliable medi cine for any disorder of the ! system, and if used in time is i a great preventive of sickness. "i I often recommend it to my 1 friends, and shall continue to do so. ' "Rev. James IT. Rollins, i "Pastor IT. E.Church, So. Fairneld.'Va." TIME AND DOCTORS' BILLS SAVED by alicaya keeping Simmons JLiver ( Regulator in the house, f "I have found Simmons Liver ( Regulator the best family med- iclne I ever used for anything j that may happen, have used it in Indigestion, Colic, Dlarrhcea, Jillioitsness, and found it to re- 1 lleve immediately. After eat- ing a hearty supper, if, on going to bed, I take about a teaspoon- 1 ful, I never feel the effecte of l the supper eaten. I "OVID G. SPARKS, "Ex-Mayor Macon, Ga." 3-ONLY GENUlNE-a lias our Z Stamp on front of Wrapper. J- N-Zeilin & Co., Sole Proprieion ?-iee, S1.00. PHILADELPHIA. PA. Look Here Boys, It you want a neat fitting Suit of Clothes, goto 3 10. HOSS, Merchant Tailor Ilavincjiist received a complete assort ment of Foreign and Domestic Suitings. Something Entirely New. I ara prepared to make up Suits cheaper than the cheapest. Give me a call and- ba convinced that I mean what I saj. J. ROSS Corner isquemoqua and Hamilton street3. cast of C. Ji. Cooper's. JPRACTIC It DRAINER and PAINTER. SIGNPAINTING. AND GLASS SHOv7 CARDS, PLIX AA'D iECOATIV! Paper Hanging, Frescoing, Etc. smuh bliop, Abtorla, Oregon, YirpiaCipraDuTokco Store J. W. BOTTOM, Proprietor, Water Street, Two Doors East of Olney. Fins Cigars, Tobaccos and Smolcrs Articles, Sold at Lowest Market Rates. FRUITS, CANDIES. NOTIONS.&C C. H. Stockton. Pioneer Painter and Paper Hanger. Ofnce on Main. Three doors south of Squemoqua Ftieec. House Painting, Graining, Fres coing, etc. E. G. H0LDEN. Auctioneer anft Commission Apnt Established 1874. Dealer in New and Second-hand Furniture and Bedding. Win conduct Auction Sales or Land, Stock, or Household Goods in the country. Will appraise and purchase Second-hand Furniture. J..-it;u...i;u .- .-, v tivg u PnniLtnmnnfn OmIIaI t A? "l1!r C1ia OW prompt uasn returns guaran eea AsfnrIn PI.pnt .,,wnMv nnr, Astoria aent for Daily and Weekly Ore- gon.an. Carnahan & Co. SUCCESSORS TO I. "W", CASE, DIP0TEr.S. AND WHOLESALE AND TtETAIL DEALERS IN k.'GENERAL MEMAMSE; ied . ' rornprChpnamnand Cassstwets corner uaenaans ana was streeo. m ", OREGON ARBOUR rish Flax VE NO GRAND PRIX GRAND CROSS of the LEGION B'HONNEUR. THEY H WE BEEN AWARDED HIGHER PRIZES AT THE VARIOUS Internal ional Expositions THAN THE GOODS OF ANY OTHER THREAD. MANUFACTURERS IN THE WORLD. Quality can Always be Depended on! EzpeiiBUBBfl fiSuF'fse i Ofe! HENRY DOYLE & CO., 517 and 519 Market Street, SAN FRANCISCO, AGESTS FU PtCIFIC COAST. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiii Seine Twinesj Rope and Netting Constantly on Hand. The New Model Range CAN BE nAD IN ASTORIA, ONLY OF EL R. HAWES, Agent. Call and Examine It ; Yea Wi'l be Pleased. E. R. Hawes Is also Agent for liid Buck Patent Gooking Stove, . AND OTHER FIRT CLASS STOVES. Fumace Work, Steam Fittings, Etc., a Specially. A Full Stock on Hand. Am encafi Home Office 43 Commercial St., Boston. New York Office, 1 72 Fulton Street. The Largest and Oldest manufacturers of every variety of Fish Netting in America. Net'.ings for Purse Seines, Pounds, Traps, Gill Nuts, &c., 4c, made from the g?h.epard Cold Medal Twine Manufactured by ourselves, and now conceded to he equal, if not superior to any twines now put uitofbh nettings. can order our goods of any responsible merchant upon the Pacific Coast, .or directly of us. Correspondence 'solicited. S-nd for samples and illustrated catalogue. All for sale at the lowest market rates. Columbia Transportation Coijany. FOR PORTLAND! Through Freight on Fast Time! THE MEW STEAMEB -heeTELEPHONEee- Which has been specially built for the comfort of passengers will leave Wll3on & Fisher's Dock every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 Wi, Returning leaves Portland every Tuesday and Thursday ai 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at I P. M E9An additional trln will h mart pi on finndnv nt T!nofi WapIi ti.trtne VottbB&& j tt O'rloplt BaatUy Morulas ltorBUa4prt8. Threads EQUAL! PARIS, 1878. AND 3 Twine Go. Passeaaew b this route crnnact atJfrtWHI U.S. SCOTT, fUW 1 1 rf-tinUrifii- ffe-'i"Jiffc'- 7&if9f "