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"' KA. ' "-- $tmn. ASTOKIA OKHUOJY FRIDAY JANUARY 25. IH9. PRICE MVE CENTS ol.. XXXII NO. 22 BUSINESS CARDS. A, A. CLEVELAND. ATTORNEY AT LAW. om-e navel's new Drlck bulldlntr.corner Second and Cass streets ; u. stairs. rouv a. smith. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office on Cass street. 2 doors bacK of Odd TeUows Building, Astoria, Oregon. OEEJI KASACA, ATTORNEY AT LA.W. Office oTer Whlto House Cor.. Astoria, Or. y"1 Ko. XOIiASD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. mire lu Kinney' Blocfc, opposite City !IaU. Astoria, Oregon. 0.W KULTO.f. o.c.ror.TO FUL.TOS mtOTHEBS. TT0RNEYS AT LAW. i:o..ms5Hnd 6. Odd Fellows Building. t. A. UOW'LBY, Mlorne) and CouuKtllor at Uw )fflc on Chenamus Street, Astoria. Oregon tt J. K LiA. FOitCb.. DENTIST. Kooms 11 ana 12 Odd Fellows Bnllding, AfPHtlA. - - ' 0KBQQ3- 77l-. . U l J. A. FVLTWSi. Ca street, between 3rd and 4tli. Special attention 10 IlM-es ol Women and Cuildie.i, by .r A, L. Fidton. Sim-clal atteuli n to aurjtrj , by Dr. J. A. Fulton. 0 uce hours from 10 to 12 A. M., and 1 to 4 r. m. J AY TUrriiB, M. D. .'HYSIC1AN AND SURGEON Orrjcr.-Rooms 6 Pythian Bullrtinj? Re3Idencr:3K corner Wall and West 9th streets, opposite 1. W. Case's, L K. SHAW. DENTIST. Rooms in Allen's Building, up stairs, cor ner Cass and Squemoqua streets. Astoria Oregon. M? US. DH, OtVKNSAUAUt, Office and residence. D.K. Warren's for raer residence.. Astoria, Oregon. Diseases of Women and Children, and of the Rye and Ear, specialties. TV K. O. U. ESTKS. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Special attention to Diseases of Women and Surgery. ''icK : Opposite Telegraph Office, up Stairs, Astoria, nrgon. A. H2UTJU. DENTIST. Rooms l and 2 Pythian Building oyer C. H. Cooper's Store. PATRONIZE HOME- IHOUSTBVi Thpreliiia occasion for the most fastidi ous of our citizens to send to Portland or San Francisco. lor Custom Made Clothes Astheycan.eet Better Fits. Better Work manship, and for Jess Money. oy Leaving lueir uruurs waa jan&a i. Now Goods by Every Steamer. CU aid See Him aej Satisfy Tonnelf. P. J. Mo any. Merchant Tailor. ATJOTION- AND COMMISSION HOUSE. MARTIN OLSEN, Successor to E. 0 .Hotden. The oldest established Commission House In Oregon Goods of all kinds sold on com mission. Auction Sales Every Saturday. General Repairing, Jobbing and TJphol- Fine stock of Furniture on hand. When you wut Bargains In Household uooosguro WAHTIX OLHK.W Carnaliaii & Qo. SUCCESSORS TO T. W. CASE, IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND KETAIL DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Corner Gbenamu and Cass streets. ASTfKIA ORF.OOX For Sale. Ten acres good land. iranr.ved. ore-hail. oonM.Rnd.hini and ombjtlM ngs, wel" sup plied; tiro we Is water. lth'n one rolleul Knappa, known a- the Mitch H place. For particulars apply to WARD LENT. Knsppa, Oregon. H. Best of All Cough medicines, Ayer's Cherry Pec toral is in greater demand than ever No preparation for Throat and Lung Troubles is so prompt in its effects, sc agreeable to the taste, and so widelj known, as this. It is the family medi cine in thousands of households. . "I have suffered for years from a bronchial trouble that, whenever I take cold or am exposed to inclement weath. er, shows itself by a very annoying tickling sensation in the throat and by difficulty in breathing. I have tried a great many remedies, nut none does so wen as Ayer's Uherry Sectoral which always gives prompt relief in returns ol ray out complaint." Ernest A- Hepler, inspector ot ruulic Koaus. Parish Xer, - . 1 . . . . .. re llonne, La. "I consider Ayor's Chorry Pectoral a most important remedy For Home Use. have tested ita curative power, in my family, many times during the past thirty years, and have never known it to fail. It will relieve the most serious affections of the throat and lungs, whether in children or adults." Mrs. E. O. Edgerly, Council Blufls, Iowa. "Twenty years ago I was troubled with a disease of the lungs. Doctors afforded me no relief and considered my case hopeless. I then began to use Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, anil, before I had finished one bottle, found relief. I continued to take this medicine until a cure was effected. I believe that Ayer's Cherry Pectoral saved my life." Samuel Griggs, "Waukegan, 111. " Six years ago I contracted a severe cold, which settled on my lungs and soon developed ail the alarming symp toms of Consumption. I had a cough, night sweats, bleeding of the lungs, pains in chest and sides, and was go prostrated as to be confined to my ueu most ed most of the time. After trvin? various prescriptions, witnout oenent. arious pr my pnyslclan anally i determined to give me Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. X I00K It, I seemed and the effect was magical to rally from the first dose of this medicine, and, after using only three bottles, am as well and sound as ever." Rodney Johnson, Springfield, 111. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, IEEPAEED ET Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. 3oIdby-"T)roys1sti. Price 11; tixbottlM.ti, Wilson& Fisher Ship Chandlers, HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE FARM IMPLEMENTS, Paints, Oils, and Varnish. leggers: supplies. PROVISIONS AND MILL FEED AGENTS FOB. SALEM PATENT ROLLER MILLS Portland Roller Mills, FAIRBANKS' SCALES. ASTOKIA. OREGON. Morgan & Sherman. GROCERS And Dealers lu Special Attention CIvento Filling Of Orders. A FULL LINE CARRIED And Supplies furnished at Satis factory Terms. Purchases delivered In any part oftbe city. Office and "Warehouse In Hnmo's New Building on Water Street. P. O. Box 153. Telephone No ST. 1STOUIA, OREGON. X. W, Case, BANKER. ESTABLISHED - - 1870. Transacts a General Banking Business. Drafts drawn available in iinv part of the C. .-. and Europe, and on Hong Kong, China OrncE Houks -10 a. m. to 3 r. at. Onn Fswiwm Btni.ntso. Astoria. Oregon. THE Paoiflc Coast Express Company Will open tor Dullness between Astoria, llwaoo and Oyetervllle o.s DECEMBER "lO, 1888. Valuables, Money, Packages, and F eight carried at very Reasonable Rates with the utmost security to the sender. Connretlon at Astorf made wlthTacIOo Expie- and W1I. Fargo & Cert -Express Cannery stogies! uninpanies inr w puiuu. OOc oa Hustler's acKi C. e. UPSQUE, Agent. A 8TBIKE AT ROSLYN. Labor Troublea In Washington Ter. Tacoiia, Jan. 23. Got. Semple and several member of his statT passed through hero to-day, en route to Qlympia from Cle-Elum. They did not go to Roslyn, but held a consultation with a commit tee of fifteen of tho striking min ers at Cle-Elum. The governor explained to the strikers what process would be used by the law to compel obedience to its man dates. If the constable through the justico of the peace could not enforce law and order, the sheriff would be called on. If the latter officer, with his posse, could not enloroe obedience to the law, all he had to do was to telegraph to him and He would see thai tho military arm of the servioe would be called into' requisition. The committee admitted to the governor that there was a lawless element in Ruslyn, and the sheriff admitted that he had not enforced obedience, to the laws. The committee put their names down and said they were willing to help the sheriff make the arrest of about fifty miners for whom warrants are out for beating and maltreating; general superintend ent Alex. Ronald and pitt boss N. P. Williamson. The sheriff went to Roslyn once since the last trouble ai.d arrested a young man named John Djlton, whom Ronald recognized as one of the men who attacked him. He was held at Ellenshurg in the sum of 200. The attack on pitt boss Williamson was made in the wait ing 1 00m of the station at Roslyn, tnd the station agent saw it all, but he swore he could not identify any of the men. He had been t ld that he would lose his life ii he did. HOW JIATTEEO STAND. The situation is this: Six hun dred men are in possession of the town of Roslyn. The sheriff can not get twenty men in Kittitas county to go there to serve war rants. The law is openly and clearly defied. The strikers say to the Northern Pacific Coal com pany, defiantly: "If you want to start up your mines again, get a new general superintendent and a new manager, or you don't start. We will not work as long as John Kangley is general manager, or Alex Ronald is general superin tendent." There are two mines in Roslyn run by about six hundred white men. Two and a half miles above is mine No. 3, run by colored men from Brazil, Indiana. Last No vember Alexander Jttonald was put in as the new superintendent o this mine. He worked one month, and was made general su perintendent of all the mines. On the 22d of last month the white miners struck. They said that they would not work for anybody but a man who worked white men. "If ho works niggers he cannot work us," was the cry. The driv ers, or mule-whackers, kicked first and drove Ronald away. He was advised that if he came back he would be "put under the sod." N. P. Williamson the pit boss at No. 3 mine, was also threatened. This trouble was fixed up. Ron aid went back and Williamson went to No. "3, and the men, after being out nine days, went to work again. Last Saturday the company put on a new pit boss at Roslyn, Harrison, when the mule drivers quit work and demanded $3 per day the same dematid'as in De cember. Harrison referred the men to superintendent Anderson, but they have neither gone to him nor gone to work again. THE QCESTION OF WAOE3. The Knights of Labor, who run and control the Roslyn mines, have an agreement that no man shall make more than 890 a month., This is to limit the output, with a view of preventing tho company from getting any large stock on hand, and probably shutting down the mine. Darbyi Prophylactic FInld. Use it In every sick-room. Will keep th atmosphere pure and wholesome ; re- mnolnr All Vinrt nHitiv imm ir innrrn AM'iai'iK 41 A unu HUWIO UUUi LJ e"UIVM I Will nestrovail Disease fJertns,infeC andailContaKious Xhfr Eminent phrslcianr J MariorsashrfbecamoHihscluattoCestorla, SlmsTlir DKeW'YorRv fays? "I am jniei'gislCUMriWa4tothnCatorli convinced that Pro. Darbys Prophylatic 1 w wureo,iOBgaTowMai vanorw Fluid Is a meat valuable disinfectant." I ... The Sinews of War.1 Washington, Jan. 23. Sena tor Sherman this morning, from the committee on foreign relations, reported the following amend ments to the diplomatic and con sular bill: For the execution of obligations and the protection of the interests of the United States existing under treaty between the United States and the Samoan is lands, $500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary to be ex pended under direction of the president; this appropriation to be immediately available. For the survey, improvement and occupa tion of the pay and harbor of rog- opago, faamoa, and for the con struction of necessary wharves, and buildings for such occupation, and for a coaling station therein. under direction of the president, $100,000. Senator Sherman made no state ment of the views of the commit tee upon the proposed amend ments, at the time they were of fered, but it is learned, that the committee were of the opinion that, under the terms of the treatv with Samoa, it is the dutv of the United States to interfere, hv force, if necessary to protect the autonomy of the islands against the aggressions of any power. "Then the amendment to the consular bill means that the presi dent may send a fleet of war ship. or any otnor lorce ho may deem neressary to protect the Samuai government and to relieve ttu people from the danger of war?"' was asked by one of the members of the committee. 'That is exactly what it means,' was the answer. It is understood that the com mittee were unanimous in the port of the amendments. re- TJadeservedly Langhed At. The unthinking are proueto make came nt nerrousness. Trt this is a very lealaiid serious affliction, the harassing symptomi ol which are rendered all the more poignant by ridicule. The stomach is usually respon sible for these sj mptoms its weakness and disorder find a reflex In the nervous sjstem. As a nerve tonic and tranquillizer, we be lieve that not one can be nointed out so ef fectlve as Hosteller" Momacb Bitier. In renewing vigorous digestion. It strikes tne kev note of recovery of strength and aulet ude by the nerves, Ueadacne, tremors in quiet sleep, aunormai sensitiveness 10 enex netted noises all ihe-e modllv and ultlm e elv dlsinDear as the system trains strcnutl irora tne great ionic, ujspepsa, Bilious ness, rneumaiKm. constipation anu Kianey complaints are stiDuuea Dy tne uwers. BETTER THAN BLOOUT BATTLES. General Wheatorofc Nelson. says: 'My experience in the English army as well as In America, convinces me that nofA- i"iK7 so thoroughly Durlfiess the blood or adds to health, vigor and life as Ack er's Ennlish Blood Elixir." This great Remedy is sold under a positive guar antee by J. W. Conn, Druggist. "Watts, the divorced husband of Ellen Terry, has just finished a portrait of Slary Anderson. FUMING HUE IX TIIH EIN3. We hold positive proof that Acker's Emzlish Blood Elixir cures all blood poisons where cheap sarsaparillas and so-called DuriGers fail. Knowinu this. we will sell it to all who call at our store on a positive guaranteo J. Vv. Conn, Druggist. Presdent-elect Harrison $10,000 insurance on bis life. has HOW DOCTOItS CONQUER DEATH Doctor Walter K. Hammond saj s : "Af ter a lone experience I have como to the conclu-ion that two-thirds of all deaths from couuhs pneumonia and consum jtl n, might bo avoide if Ack er's En Ish ConKh Keniedy were only carefully ued in time.'' This wonder ful Kemedy is sold under a posithe guarantee by J. W. Conu. Druggist. A headline in the Scribe and Pharisee read: "Sin la Always Rampant." Well, hardly. It is sometimes baldheaded "and very sedate. I'YSPEPSIA, DESPAtn, DEATH. These are the a. tual'teps -which fol low indigestion.- Acker's English Djs pepsia TaMets will both check and cure thf moNt fearful or disea-es. Guaran teed by J. w. Conn, DruejNt. A wild horse-in Argentine Re public is worth his bide. Last year 770,000 horses were slaugh tered in that couutry for no pther reason. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria ffheaBby-'ras8lck'BT her Castoria. Jsrf&.hAMBChna.itacrfadteCutBta, German Officers' Denial. San Francisco, Jan. 23. The Honolulu Bulletin of the 15th inst., reaching here to-day by steamer, prints what purports to be a circular just sent out by Ger man officers at faamoa, regarding tho late disturbances there. In general tho circular denies that the Germans on the islands have oppressed or mistreated the na tives, and reaffirms the statement that the late battle in which twenty- two Germans wero killed was led by an American newspaper cor respondent. POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never vanes, A marvel of purity, strength and wholesomeness. More .-con mldl than ttie oMInary kinds, and can nit be sold In competition vrtib the multi tude of low test, sit- rt w eight, alum or phos 'iliate powrlers. Sold only tn cans. Koval hakio PowdkkCo. 10G Vall-st., N. . I). W Cbowlet & Co. seats, Portland. retson. INSURANCE. CAPITAL STOCK, $500,000 COLUMBIA A INSURANCE CO. FRANK DHKUM President W. IT SMITH Vice-President JOUN A. CHILD Secretary Ho. 160 Second St., Portland, Or. I. W. Case, Agent, Astoria, Or. Ship and Commission Agency FIRE INSURANCE IX FIRST CIiA.HR COMPANIES Bepreseutlng 813,000,000 PHCENIX, Hartford, Conn. HOME, New York, AGENCY PACIFIC EXPRESS CO C. P. UPSHUR, Main Street Wharf - Astoria, Oregon. Robb & Parker, . AGENCY OK Fire and Mar.ne Insurance, With an Aggregate Capital of Sio.ooo.ouO. IMPFRIAL, ot London. CALIFORNIA, of California. CONNECTICUT, of Hartford. OAKLAND HOJIK, of Oakland. LION, of London. FIREMAN'S FUND, of California. Agents also for TRAVELLERS', of Hartford- Lifx and AceldenL Tickets sold for the ALLAN Line of steamships, from Old Country to Astoria. ROBB TARKEK. At old offlce of J. O. Bozorth. $67,000,000 Capital Liverpool & London & Globe, North British and Mercantile of London and Edinburgn. Hartford of Connecticut, Commercial ol California Aurlcultural. of Watertown, rew York, London & Lancashire ot Liverpool, Kng . Fire Insurance Companies, Represent In a capital of $ii7,ooo,ooa B Va-V lFHR Agent. THE VIENNA lL ROYAL revvsli JX M FffiE IDE Mssml air Chop Hue, Q. W. Fisher & Co., Prop's. Game, Fish, Oysters, Etc., COOEED TO ORDER- Fine Private JStomo. Everything first Close, GenevUv Etreet, rest ot Griffin & Beta's. SATISFACTION QTMRAKTEED. CASH. 1889. I. L OSGOOD'S Men's and Boys' Clothing, Furnishing Goods, HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, Traveling Bags.Umbrellas, Blankets, Quilts, etc. Direct from thelfanufacturers and Importers. HfA child buys as cheaply, as the most experienced buyer. LL-OSGOOD, Opposite ltesoue .Engine Iwuse. ASt03?l& 03?gCSl Street Oars running by the door. -AKD- CEILING DECORATION COOO double roll of Wall Paper and Decorations of the latest styles and shades just received direct from Eastern faotories. Also a large assortment of " OAK PUTS, Of ail grades in beautiful new designs New Smyrna Rugs, Portiere Curtains, China Matting, Etc., Etc. Call and examine. CHAS. EEILBORN. The New Model Range CAN BE HAD IN ASTOKIA, ONLY OF E. R. HAWES, lgent Call and'Examtoe It ;'You Will be Pleased. E. K. Hawes Is also Agent for the Buck Patent Cooking Stove, AND OTHER FIE3T CLASS STOVES. Furnace Work, Steam Fittings, Etc., a Specialty. A Full Stock on Hand. BL B. FAEEEE, FIRE BRICK DSALKB IK Hay, Oats, ani Straw, Lime, Wood Dellrered to Order. TER apply to the Captain,'' or to- HOTELS.AND KESTAUBANTS JEFF'S Is tho Leading and Only First-Glass RESTAURANT. Good Cooklnjr. Clean Services. Reasonable Prices. Follte Walters. Prompt Attention. Try Him and You will be More than Satisfied, Everybody Says So. Private Rooms. MAIN STREET, ASTORIA. The Astor House, J. G. ROSS, - PROPRIETOR. Newly Repainted. Repaired. Rsfl'ted, Re furnished and. Thoroughly Renovated, A Large, flSSr felReit House. ! SATES: From a Dollar a Day Upwards. First-class in all its appointments, clean, neat, sunny rooms wtllrarahhed and well kept. TOO ABE INVITED TO CAIX. 0"Fret Ooacb'to and from th Boms. iJ&2fibUEIHS9lflvHKA3M ONE PRICE. bhstKs FIRE CLAY Brici, Cement, Sail and Easter Dnjlns, Teaming aad Express Boslaeis, STEAM EB CLARA PAREEII Ebon P. Parker,Maater. For TOWING, FREIGHT orOHAB B. B. PAKKEB. CHRIS. EVBXSOX. F. COOS THE Sentral Hotel EVENSON & COOK On the European Plan. LARGE CLEAN ROOMS, A FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT Board by the Day, Week or Month Private Rooms for Families Etc. Transient Custom Solicited. Oysters, Fish, Meats, Etc., Cooked to Order. WATER St., Opp. Foard A Stokes A FIRST CLASS SALOON Ran tn connection with tho Premises. Tho Best of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. Good Billiard Tables and Private Canl Booms. PAEKEE HOUSE RESTAURANT. H. GOODWIN, Proprietor. Breakfast, 6 to 9, Dinner, 12 to 3, Supper, 5 to 8. PARKER HOUSE. H. B. FABEEB, Irp'r. First Class In Every Respeot. Thoroughly renovated and repaired through out ; 87 Urge sunny room. TWO DINING ROOMS. Tables supplied with everything the market affords. Elegant Bar and Billiard Booms. Finest Ylata Liquors andClgais. PBSE OOAfH TO THE HOUSE.