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VOL. XXX, NO. II). ASTORIA, OREGON, SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, J 888. PRICE LIVE CENTS. w BUSINESS CARDS. TOIIX a. SMITH. ATTORNEY. AT LAW. OHce, Room t and 5. over City Book Store. Gr HO. .OLAD, ATTOKNBY AT LAW. m.-e In Kinney's Block, opposite Ulty H.iU. Astoria. Oregon. P. W. KULTON. O. C. FULTON FUCTOX 1IROTIIKRS. TTOUXEYS AT LAW. 'nn5and 6, Odd Fellows Building. 0. H. TII03ISO. . Attorney at Law and Notary Public. Special attention Riven to practice In the P. ri. Land Office, and the examination of I and titles. A full set of Abstract Books for Clatsop County in office. 'kfice Up stairs, opposite Telegraph Office. T . A. HOIVIiBY. 1 iltorney and Counxellor at Iiaw, o.Uce on Clienamus Street. Astoria, Oregon Ct l. WINTOS ATTORNEY AT LAW. Rooms No. 11 and 12, Tytblan Castle Btilld Ints. p It. WATSON, Atty.at Law and Deputy Dist. Atty. All business before the U. S. Land Office a pecialty, ASTOBIA, - - OBEGON. 13 C. HIXKIiK V, I. I. s. DENTIST, ts associated with J)K. IiA FOKC'K, Kooms 11 and 12 Odd Fellows Building, ASTORIA, - - OREGON. rRS. A. K AND J. A. FULTOX. Physicians anil Surgeons. Office on Cass street, three doors south nf Odd Fellow's building. Telephone No. . TAY TIITT1.K, M. I. 'M YSICIAN AND SURGEON Okkick Rooms 0 Pythian Building. Residence: SE corner Wall and West Stli streets, opposite I, W Case's, E. SIIAW. DENTIST. Itooms In Allen's Building, up .stairs, cor ner Cass and Squemoqua street". Astoria Oregon. M its. nit. oivkx-aiau:. Office and residence. D, K. Wanen's for mer residence, Astor.a, Oregon. Diseases of Women and Children, ami of the Eye and Ear, specialties. YU" I. ItAKBR, 31. I. No. 21, Cass St. Office hours from 9 to 11 A. r., 2 to 5 r. M. TU.O.U.F.STES. I'll YSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ofkick : Gem Building, up stairs, Astoria, Oregon. rR. AliFJtED KIXNEY, Office at Kinney's Cannery. Will only attend patients at his office, and may be found there at any hour. "TK. FRANK PAGE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Opposite Telegraph Office, Astoria, Oregon. IKIiO ". PARKER. SURVEYOR OF CLATSOP COUNTY AND City Surveyor of Astoria Residence : Near Clatsop Mill. N. D. Raymond. Deputy, Office at City Uall. E. C HOLDE.V. Notary Public, Commissioner of Deeds For Washington Territory. AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE AND IXSUKAXCK AHKXT. Office at Holden's Auction Kooms. Cliena mus Street, Astoria. Oregon. DENTIST. Kooms 1 and 2 Fjthlan Building over u. it. uoopers aiore. E. C. HOLDEIf , AUCTIONEERS COMMISSION ACENT.- ESTABLISHED 1874. Dealer In New and Second-hand Furniture and Bedding. Will conduct Auction Sales of Laud, Stocs or Household Goods in the country. Will appraise and purchase Second-hand Furniture. Consignments solicited. Quick'Sales and Prompt Cash Returns Guaranteed. Astoria Agent for Dally and Weekly Ore-gonlan. TT A. SMITH &U WEIGHT PURE Its superior ecellence nroveii m minimis of homes for more tlun a quarter of :i cent ury. It is used by the United bUtes Gov ernment. Endowed by the he lis ot the Great Unhersities as the Strongest. Pure-it. and most Healthful. Dr. Price's Cre.im Baking Ponder does not contain Am monia. Ume. nr Alum. Sold onlv in Caib. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YOIIK, CHICAGO ST. LOUIS. Wilson& Fisher Ship Chandlers, HEAVY AND SHELF FARM IMPLEMENTS, Paints, Oils, and Varnish. LOGGERS' SUPPLIES. PROVISIONS MILLFEED AGENTS FOR SALEM PATENT ROLLER MILLS Portland Holier Mills, FAIRBANKS' SCALES. ASTOKIA. OREGON. SPECIAL Burning Tests MADE AT OAKLAND. CAU, O0TO ber 10. l&jT.Tn I'MAKLlls .1. Wnnil. HUKY, at the request of the Cit Council, in the presence of the Chief Kngmeer nf the Fire Department, the Tire Warden. Citv At tornej and members nf tlieCitx Cnuneil F.I.AIXK OIL, Iturncri at I3Sdejr. STAR KEROSENE, I'r.nn Wliittier. Fu'lerS. Co. Knrui-d at 120 dec .STAKIilGIlT, "Family l-avnrilV l.ui'ned at 10G Acs. PI'. A HI j on.. KutiiedHt lOlilcs:. COMIKX STAlt Itui-upcl at llOdcg. "Extra Star" Kerosene BEATS THEM ALL ! San FitAitcisco, Octobers!, lf-ST. Messrs. WHITTIEK, Fl'I.LElt& CO.. Front ami Pine Streets.City : Gentlemen : I hae made a er careful and thorough Iliirnins Test of nur"EXTIt A STAK KKUOSfcNK. WATKlt'WHITE. KX rilESSLY FOIt FAMILY rSK1 and find the Burning Test to be 1-3:8 Degress. Very respectfully vours, CIIAlltES J. WOODBURY. Mcifipt Readers will notice tot ? are not "trarrrntnl to cure" all classes of diseases, but only such as result rroui a disordered liver, viz: Vertigo, Headache, Dyspepsia, Fevers, Cosiiveness, Bilious Colic, Flatulence, etc. Tor these they aro not warranted Jn Jitlllble, but are as nearly so as it is possible to malic a remedy. Elegantly sugar coated. Price, 23 cents per box. SOLD EVERYWHERE. SCOTCH Salmon Twines During the month of December w e will be In receipt of a full stock of Salmon Twine of the above reliable brand, ot the following sizes ; No. 40, 10. 12. 13. and 11 ply. No. 30, 5, 7, 3, and 10 ply. And prepared to fill all orders, ALLEN & LEWIS, Agents. Fortland,Nov.28,'87. GOAL OIL u &r s BENEATH THE SNOW. Over Two Hundred People Lost in the Blizzard. St. Paul, January 18. It is es timated that there have been 217 deaths by the blizzard. The remains of many people who are reported missing may not lie found until the snow thaws in the spring, the bodies being cov ered by deep drifts that have formed over them. A great deal of solicitude is felt for the people of Brown's Valley, a village or 1,500 souls, in Trav erse county, Minn., on the border of Dakota. The place is in the region where the casualties were greatest in the blizzard of last Thursday, and no reports have been received directly from them tor several days. Brown's Valley is on a branch of the Manitoba road, running bouthward from Morris forty-six miles. No trains have run to Brown's valley since Christmas and tele graphic cotnm.uriication is inter rupted. Besides the country roads are bajjked full of snow to a depth ol tour leet on a level, ana are. impassable everywhere. On Sunday afternoon a man walked across the country from Brown's valley to Beardsley, a place eight miles away, and re ported that there was not a pound of coal nor a stick of firewood in the village, and that the sufferings of the people could not be esti mated. He said that after burning all their own fuel they made a raid on the Manitoba round-house and confiscated all the coal stored there. "When this supply was exhausted the railroad buildings were torn down and chopped into firewood. After telling his story, the man begged a sack of coal, threw it across his shoulder and tramped back to his family. A Horrible Fate. Dnxvi:i:, Jan. 18. A Colorado Springs special to tliu ATeirs says: Minnie Ray, the daughter of a prominent citizen of this place, threw herself in frontof tlieeriffiiu- nf the Midland express, which passed the rear of her homo, about 11 o'clock last night. She was in- stantlv killed, her head being crushed and torn from her shoul ders, and her body was horribly mangled, fche left a letter to her parents saving she was a great sinner, and had rather die than disgrace them. It is learned that she a few days ago rented a cot tage belonging to her father for 20 and spent the money. The thought ot this so preyed upon her mind that she concluded to take her life. The coroner's jury ren dered a verdict of suicide while temporarily insane. The girl'spar ents, who are at present visiting New Mexico, have been tele graphed for. Suffering From Famine Boston, Jan. 18. A dispatch has reached the rooms of the Amer ican board of foreign missions from Mardin in east Turkey, stat ing that 10,000 people are starv ing there, and calling for immedi ate relief. It is also reported that the famine at Adma in central Turkey still continues, and the number who are suffering in creases daily. French Cabinet Crisis. Pauis, Jan. 18. Le Paris says that Premier Tirard has rejected the budget committe's decision touching the taxation of the liquor traffic, and will make the accep tance of his proposals a cabinet question. A crisis is imminent. The Devil Fish Described by Hugo Is not a more tenacious monster than mala r"a. whether It takes the form ot chills and f e cr, bilious remittent, ague cake or dumb ague. Like the octopus of the story it clasps the victim in Its tentaculac, nd folds him closer and closer In a horrible embrace. At tacked with Hostetter's Ktnmnnli mttr.-., however, it cradHally relaxes its tremen dous grip. Anally aoandons it, and the quon dam sufferer, liberated at last, rejoices in the sense of new Dorn freedon. engendered by the restoration of complete health. Dj s pepsla, too, and constipation, those old and remorseless enemies of the human family, clve cround. and are flnallv driven from th field bv this Napoleon of remedies, the Greatest, i ne purest in me tamiiy pnarma copceia. Rheumatism succumbs to it, so do kidnev troubles. The nerves, when over strained, regain quietude and vigor by its aid, and the ability to rest tranquilly and eat with zest are increased by it. Sesort to it in time ana avoia unnecessary sunermg. An Obscure Death, Texahkaxa, Ark, Jan. 18. Dr. John Gordon died on Monday night in a little box cabin which the char itable neighbors had provided for him. His life was sad, but roman tic. He was born in Scotland in 181U. George Hamilton Gordon, fourth Earl of Aberdeen, was his cousin. Dr Gordon came to Amer ica in 1843 and engaged in busi ness lor a short time succesf ully in New York and then went to St. Louis. He was an intimate per sonal friend of senator Thomas H. Benton and an important factor in politics at St. Ljouis. Here he was also prosperous. Reverses finally overtook him and he surrendered to liquidation claims against him. He then moved to Texarkana, where he had a hard struggle for existence. It is asserted that the obstacle to his succession to the earldom of Aberdeen was his re fusal to take the burgess oath. A Speck of War. Paris, Jan. 18. The llqmb liquc Francaise has a telegram from Rome which says that M. Flourens, French foreign minister, has complained to Signor Crispi, the Italian foreign minister, of Italy's delay in settling the Flor ence consulate incident, and warned Signor Crispi if the Ital ian judge at Florence executed his threat to re-enter the French con sulate and seize the papers sought after, France will recall her em bassador and take such measures as the honor and the interest of the country demand. The inci dent mentioned consisted of a breach of consular rights on the part of the Florence police, who had searched the French consulate for papers connected with a pending lawsuit. The "Thetis." Washington, Jan. 18. After minor repairs tendered necessary to the Thetis by her Alaskan cruise are completed she will look after the interests of the whalers and sealers in the Arctic. Up to tins time only revenue cutters have been detailed for this purpose, the Thelin being the first man-of-war 'to he s-ent on such an expedi tion. Passengers' Baggage. Ni:w Yoinc, Jan. IS. The gen eral passenger agents of the trunk lines decided to-day that on Jan uary 23d and after all free passen ger baggage, 150 pounds to each passenger, will be checked through to Pacific coast points. All ex cess baggage will have to be re checked at the Missouri river as heretofore. New Caledonian Convicts. Washington, Jan. 18. The treasury department is informed that a number of liberated con victs at New Caledonia are on their way to this country. The collector of customs and commis sioner of immigration at San Fran cisco have been notified to look out for them and to prevent their landing. Singers and public speakers find Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,invaluable. It never fails to cleanse throat and strengthen the voice,. t y Kailroad Fares. Washington, Jan. 18. Butler, of South Carolina, offered in the senate to-day an amendment to the interstate commerce law, pro viding that a railroad shall charge no more than 2 cents a mile for any passenger for distances over 200 miles, nor more than 3 cents a mile for lesser distance. Best iodides and vegetable al teratives make Ayer's Sarsaparilla the best blood medicine. Bussia's Choice. Pestii, Jan. 18. The Pester Lloyd says that Russia's candi date for the Bulgarian throne is Vovoide Marks Milanoff, a leading Montenegrin commander. The pa per considers, however, that he has even less chance of success than the prince of Mingrelia. Shiloh's Vitaltzer is wnat you need for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Diz ziness and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. Sold by W. E. Dement JACOBS TrDE GREAfRM&DY CURES RHEUMATISM, Lumbago, Backache, Head ache, Toothache. NEURALGIA, Sore Throat, Swellings, Frost bites, Sprains, SCIATICA, BRUISES, BURNS, SCALDS. For Stablemen and Stockmen, Tito Greatest Remedy Known for Horse and Cattle Diseases. Chronic Cases 40 Years' StandlngCurcd Permanently. Crippled Cases Throw Away Crutches; Cured Permanently. Chronic Cases At Onco Relieved ; Cured Promptly. Chronic Cases Cured Without Relapse ; No Return of Pain. Chronic Cases Cured ; No Pain In Many Years. Sold by Druggists and Dealers Everywhere. The Charles A. Vogeler Co., Hal to., Eld. HOTELS AND KESTAURANTS HO XVM. Al.t.rX. Priip'r. First Class in Every Respect. l-' 'iH-Ii tit the 3Io:i-. EVENS0N & COOK On the European Plan. LARGE CLEAN ROOMS, A FIRST-CLslSS RESTAURANT Board by the Day, Week or Month. Private Rooms for Families, Etc. Transient Custom Solicited. Oysters, Fisli, Meats, Etc., Cooked to Order. lVATKKHt., Opp. Foard & Stokes A FIRST CLASS SALOON Run In connection with the Premises. Tlie Best ol WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. Good Billiard Tables and Private Card Rooms. THE Casino Restaurant One block from the O. R. & N. Dock, M.M.SERRA, Proprietor. A Good Meal For 25 Cents. Oysters In any Style, 25 cents. In connection with this Popular Restau rant Is run a first-class Saloon, well stocked with choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Boat Building. JOE LEATHERS Is at the old stand prepared to build all kinds ol boats used on the Pacific Coast. Builder of steamers Electric. Favorite, Tonqitin, and others. Model Making a specialty. Stock and Workmanship first. class. Strike I BOY1 -BOY YOUR Groceries 1 Provisions OF Foard & Stokes Their largely Increasing trade enables them to sell at the very lowest margin ol profit while giving you goods that are of first class quality. Goods Delivered All Over the City. The Highest Prloo Paid for Junk. -tan V CnB ( Asfta CHisis. fvi:ni. r. i ook THEi IRich! -CASH.- sbi S?IwAia IX Men's Knit Wool Underwear, And in Men's and Boys' Clothing. TUESDAY, JAN. 10th, 1888, 1 will commence selling tho following six different t Is '? clas3 refi0121 maj6 of Kni' wl Undershirts and Drawers regardless Si?,,?, ,on account of my having tho sole agency of Conger's Patent "Chest bhield Undershirts and House's Patent "Double Seated'' Drawers. These lines I place on sale at SL23 each shirts or drawers, making S2..TO per snit, moat of which I formerly sold nt 3r0 per suit, viz: Mens Fine 'Wool Scarlet Undershirts or Drawers. Men's Fancy Stripe Wool Vicuna Undershirts or Drawers. Men's Fino Wool Buckskin Tint Undershirts or Drawers. Men's Fancy Stripe Wool Gray and White Undershirts or Drawers. Men's Fancy Stripe Wool Scarlet nnd AVhito Undershirts or Drawers. Men's Conde Wool Mottled Undershirts or Drawers. These above lines of goods aro all non-shrinking and of uniform durability, finished seams, and general perfection of manufacture. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING. Having closed out from tho manufacturers at the closing of the year, ctitire lines in suits, pants, &c, which were made np for last fall's trade, and which I gnaranteo are first class as to make, fit, etc., and at Cgnres which enables mo to offer them nt factory prices. These said lines are too numerous to mention in this space. Among said lines I have somo bovs' (13 to 17) nil wool Cheviot Snlfa fnr ar -. which are cheap at even 10.00; Men's I. &. QgCOOD, Kimiej ' Brick Budding, .Vstona, Oregon. GRAND PRIX PARIS, 1878, AND GRAND CROSS OF THE LEGION D'HONNEUU. They received tlio ONLY GOLD MEDAL For FLAX THREADS at tho Ziozxdon Fisheries Exhibition. 1883. And have been awarded HIGHER PRIZES at the various INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITIONS Than the goods of any other IN THE WORLD. Quality Can .SJ-Krays To Depended on, Exoer urn irM use i HENRY DOYLE & Co., 517 and 519 Market Street, - - SAN FRANCISCO AGENTS FOR PACIFIC COAST. Seine Twine, Rope and Netting Constantly on Hand, SEINES, POUNDS and TRAPS furnished to order at Lowest Factory Prices. Consistinj; of 4 CAIt LOADS of fine Artistic and Plain Furniture, Carpels, Oil Glofh, Cadres-Silk LACE AND PORTIERE GURTAINS, Dado Shades, &c, Has Arrived. These goods were purchased direct from Eastern Jlanufacturers and shipped before the recent advance in freight, the benefit3.thercof wo propose to share with our customers. Call and See Us. CHAS. HEILBORN. -ONE PRICE.- "HFa all wool California Cassimero Suits for Opposite Rescue Engine Home. nr.