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Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, September 19, 1882
Conferring the Hignest Degree in the
Lime Kiln Club.
After the thermometer had ffot tt,em they were not restored to
s.-ttled down to mark ninety-three ji,cr She came hcie hist fall to
decrees and the door of the ante- j seec restitution in part from con
rnom had been locked the old man grei.s 'j'j,0 righttjouMiess of her
aiose and said: J.aim was admitted, but she is old
"Lrudder Shin, Ijow am de sa-
ered b'ar traps?'
"Diry hang- on de wall, sail."'
"Brudder Bebee, what of de sa-
cied bust of Andrew Jackson?'
'ft sits on de shelf, sail."
"r.ibrarian, what of de Hilary'?"'
"De 1,100 almanaxes am well
"Janitor, what of de stove?'
lJDe stove has seven cracks in
it, and boaf hinges am burned off
"ft am well. 1 now announce
dis lodge open for biness on de
1-10 degree. Secretary, am dar
any petisluins in red ink?'
The secretary announced the
application of Judge Suspender
Taylor, of Macon, Ga., and the
Rev. Callforth Davis of Bristoe
Station, Ya. Both are eminent
members of high colored society,
and have been known to put on
four clean shirts per week.
"Am dar any candy dales fur de
1-10 degree?" asked the president,
as a shiver of awe ran down one
side of the hall and up the other,
and set Giveadam Joiie.-s to feel
ing for a quinine pill.
The secretary announced the
names of Commodore Staff and
lion. Holdback Johnson, and ad
ded that the' "were waiting in the
ante-room -to be initiated. The
officers donned their regalia, the
the Most High Reception Commit
tee proceeded to the ante-room,
and the candidates were brought in
and put through the usual exer
cises. Although warned in ad
vance by the janitor that they
need not fear for their lives, the
judge fainted dead awaT during
the tolling of the funeral bell, and
the Rev. Davis became so excited
while in the hands of the junior
warden that the rattle of his teeth
was heard on the street below,
and was supposed b' the police to
be a trial of some sort of wart
removing machinery run by hand
The 34Gth degree is the Inchest
on which the Line-Kiln Club
works, and the meeting opens on
that degree only four times a year.
J)uring the last three years only
twelve candidates presented them
selves to travel the dangerous road,
and out of this number three were
rejected on acfTount of a squint in
the eye. The successful candidate
for the 140th must have a record
as pure as snow and a character
which would make him scorn a
congressional nomination. DeWoil
The Story of Mrs. Boddy.
Among the sins of omission'that
the last congress is guilty of is
their treatment of Mrs. Boddy's
claim. She emigrated from Kew
Zealand with her husband and
family and settled in Oregon.
The' were in good circumstances,
cultivating a farm and keeping a
store well stocked with goods.
The' were involved in the massa
cres perpetrated hy the Modocs.
While her husband and son-in-law
were out cutting firewood they
were shot down, and her firstj
warning of danger was the horses
galloping. into the yard with the
empty wagon. Herself and daugh
ter crawled on their hands and
knees and hid in the tall grass for
days until the troops under Gen.
Canby arrived. The stores and
houses were pillaged and burned,
and everything belonging to them
destroyed, and besides $S00 in
gold taken. After the capture of
the Indians the money and guns
!belon" - inr io her husband were
. R d Moah sho identified
and poor and has no powerful
friends. She lived m a cheap!
little room near the capitol all
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passed the senate, but the house
adjourned before it reached a vote.
Broken in health, penniless, disap
pointed and homesick, the unfor
tunate woman now lies ill in one
of the free wards of Providence
lTospital, and she owes that much
consideration to the kind interest
in her behalf of an army officer.
The Minister Ceased to Wonder.
Apropos of the Egyptian trouble,
we wish to relate a little story,
the circumstances of which occur
red during our trip to the Holy
Land several years or more ago.
lie was a devout Christian, and
had made the studv of the Bible!
and a proper understanding of the
Big Book the highest aim in life.
When he arrived at the Sea of
Galilee his heart was filled with
awe, and lie kilt enervated and
cleaused by the throught that he
was gazing on the very spot where
his Savior once stood.
Approaching the boatman, he
addiessed him in his choisest
Arabic, and with Bible and
commentary in hand awaited an
"Ah! what 'smatter 'th yer?
Why don't yer talk United
States?" asked the man con
temptuously. He was a real live
Yankee who was picking up a
living by ferrying tourists across
"So this is the Sea of Galilee,"
devoutly murmured the searcher
"And this is where our Savior
walked upon the waters?"
"How much wi!l3'ou charge to
take me to the exact spot?'
"Wa-al, you look like a cleigy
man, an' I won't charge you
The devout one boarded the
boat, and at last was pointed out
where the miracle is said to have
occurred. After ga.ina: at the
waters, and dividing his time be
tween glances at his book and de
vout ejaculations of satisfaction,
the searcher signil'cd his willing
ness to return.
"Charge you '20 to t.'rko you
back," said the speculative
"But you said you would charge
"Naw, didn't. Nothing to
bring you out. Twcnlv to get
"And do you charge everybody
$20 to take them back?" asked the
"Ya-a-s. That's abcout the
"Well, then," said the devout
one, as he went down into his
clothes, "no wonder our Savior got
out and walked." JV. Y. Dis
patch. The Concord School of Philoso
phy has again adjourned without
explaining the difference between
the "herencss of the there" and
the "wherefore of the thusness,"
or showing why the whencity of the
henceforthness is not identical
with the neverthelessncss of the
heretofore. Washington XcCter.
The annual interest on the na
tional debt is now 1.0S for every
inhabitant, which is hcinr dimin
ished as the monthly extinguish
Twisting the tail of the British
lion i a dangetmis thing foi the
country that loses its grip.
I.asl year 4,7 lo women and
girls were employed at the mines
in Great Britain all above ground,
"How much?" said an English
judge at the close of a recent
it rial of a breacli-of-promise case,
Th.s .s ljo hhol(ost d(:i lol.
jury on record. . '
It is the father of a pair of
twins who knows what it is to be
up all night with the boys, or with
the girls, for that matter, as the
cae happens to be.
A Virginia man and his wife
walked twenty-seven miles, carry
ing their baby, to see a circus.
They know how sublime it is to
suffer for a great purpose.
Four brothers named Burnett
recently married four sisters named
Berry. This happened in Ten
nessee, where the berry crop is
unusually choice and plentiful.
Indiana has acquitted a man
who voted three times on election
day, on the ground of insanity.
Few sane men rare to vote more
than once, as matters stand in this
Two more English tourists have
left their bones to bleach on the.
icy mountains of Switzerland.
While there is alwavs room at Ihej
ioj the man at the bottom runs no
The New York Commercial Ad
vertiser remarks: If every man
refused to marry until he owned'a
home, what a wilderness of miser
able old bachelors this world would
A Missouri book agent piled ties
across the railroad track, ran ahead
and "saved" a passenger train, and
took 120 orders from the grateful
passengers without a change of
It is the easiest thing in the
world to distinguish between an
English lord and his American
copj', commonly called a snob.
The Englishman alwavs speaks
well of his count rv.
If you have a fight with a fel
low about a girl, make it a point
to get walloped and badly hurt.
Girls are sympathetic creatures
and she's .bound to pity you and
think the other fellow a horrid
The annual consumption of qui
nine in this country is stated at
1,000,000 ounces. An expert be
fore the tariff commission, says
that the retail druggists realize
from $4.:"m to -$0.70 profit from
ever' ounce sold. At that, the re
tail druggets realize as profit from
this article between 7,580,000 and
$10,000,000 annually. i
Statistics show that over 2,o00,-
000 operatives are employed in
the manufacture of cotton goods
in the principal countries of the
world. Of these -180,000 arc cm-
ployed in Great Britain. France
follows with 210,000, and the oth
er countries in the order of prece
dence arc the United States, Rus
sia, Germany and India.- "With re
gard, however, to the annual value
of cotton goods produced, the
United States comes second, with
about half the value of Great
Britain, and Germany and Russia
follow, the joint product not be
ing quite equal to that of the
The last candidate for the oflice
of county treasurer, Mr. Charles
A. Miller, of Cummisville (Cincin
nati), Ohio, says: "1 have had oc
casiou to use St. Jacobs Oil several
times for horses, and always found
its workings wonderful enough to
surprise me. St. Jacobs Oil never
fails to cure, and no owner of a
livery stable should be without it.'
X-YS. i TUP- mr ITlMtri I
"i T? I
IkFIiIIIII ItPAls II W
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backach; Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
No Preparation on earth eqnali St. Jjlcoej Ok.
$s a safe, sur?f simple and cheap External
Beaedj. A trial entails bat the comparatively
trifling outlay of 50 Cents, and CTtry one suffer
ing with pain can havo cheap and iaativo proof
of its claims.
Directions In Eleven Lacgnag.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALEK3
A. VOGELER & CO.,
Baltimore, Xd., U.S. A.
Sadie "West, of Town, has ie-.
ceived $1.0 of a man who paid
ten cents to kiss iier at a church
fair and scratched her on the
People who contended that this
was a country of cranks have
been powerfully silent since the
hanjjinjr of Guiteau. So have the
The 13oston Transciipt is of the t
opinion that "many :i self-made
man would have done better by ;
himself had lie let the contract ouL I
to somebody clso.-
The employer who doesn't pay
fair wages will not succeed in I
business. The employer who pays !
all he can afford to, cannot be
forced to pa' more by a strike.
Gknts: About nine eiii i& 1 h.:d a
child two yeiirs old and :iImo-t le::d. The
dix-lor I li?d unending her 11111M im tell I
what nileil her. I :i1;inI him If IumI'iI i.,.t !
Jldtik it w.is rrin. Ho said jio. -
evcr, this did not MitUf iiie, 1 l.'lt ion-
vlnfOil in my own mind that .-hi h 1. I
obLiinel a luittle of 1K. V. Mvl.xy.lV',
I cave Iter a teaspoonful in the inoiunm
sevcniy-iwoworiiK ami wie; n WfH iiw.
Since then I have never been v.uhiiiii .t
in my family. The health of nr, cliiliin-n
remaii:l so irooil that I laul m-uk-litl
wati'him; tht-ir actions until atMtnt ti.ie
wisfla? a;o, when two of tlivm in-i'.Nl-.l
the same sickly npiu-nninre that r.:ni1
did nine years ago. So 1 thought it mii'-t
lw wnnns. and went to work at urn i w ith
a lMiltlc of IK. C. Mrr.ANKs Wtlll- 1
l'l'tJK hotween four of my rhildivii. tln-ir
as;esh.,Ini;asfolIow: AIh'e.S.'ar: t l.ar-
!, t.Mirs; Kmma,Gjeai- Joint. !eai !
Huw come the rult : Alni and l.mma 1
ciunuotit.illris;lit,lnit l'li:ulf ji..xxil forij- J
llveand Johnny alxmt sixty wot ntx The j
result was so uratliytnu that I -in'ji ivn .
o'nr wriiiifiifaT around rt!i. r.mi m.w
have the worms on exhihit'ou iii my sloio. t
Youw truly, juiin pipki:.
dity in sliouiair the ndciful tlieet f
Tlu- genuine 1I. JIi-I.ANhrs KU
Mirri!: is.mauti!'.ifturi'd only U
Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa.f
and U.ir the sinaltiri- of c. ZI-!..-imt
and J'li-uiiiijr Jims. It i never made In
St. Iuis or Wheeling.
It- miii' you tit the genuine Trice. ."J
FLJ:3II.liJ IJKOS., iMtUI.uricli, Viu
Is not a "cure all," it isahood-iinlieraiid
tonle. Iiiiiiimtyof Uiehjood jtoisoiis ihesvs
tem. deranges the circulation, and thus "in
duces many disorders, known hv diifeient
names to ilu-UlnaKh theia accariiinglo ef
fects, but being really branches or iIi:lus of
that great generic disorder. Impurity or
Blood. Such :ue Dii)tfpht, ItUlimi-iu,
JJrcr ComplniiittOmitljHiliiiu. AVrniiw )
oiilcrx. IlCifilachr, 1bic;(tclic, (iencml UVii;
iir. Heart Diwc, Diinin. Kiihim JiVer,
Zi7f, Ilheitmatltm. Catitrrh, Semfuln, SUn
Dlonlrr, Piuiio. Ulerrf. Sin Jjy, ,te.,
Ac. Kins: of Hip Itlooil prevents and
eurt-stheMb attacking the rntbr. Impurity
oftheblooil. Cheinistsatid pli.Mcians agree
in calling it "the most genuine' and efficient
preparation for the purpoe." Sold bv Drug
gists, SI per holtle. See testimonials', diioc
tlons, &&, in pamphlet, Treatise on Diseases
nt the I Hood ."wrapped around each hottle.
D. ItAXSOM. SOX & Co.. l'rops
:roscoe's first class
V J tl. 1
t'HEWUU'S STUEET, ASTOKIA.
'mm: i xdeiisioxed is pleased to
jL announce in thofpiiMte that h has op
en p.l :i
j FIKST t'li.VSS
! ySci;t?OL&: "3EEO-ULSO ,
ial rtmu-.!ii in Hist -class stIi
ovsTin:--. u.) r cofpek tea. kic.
, AT run
' Ladies and Gent's Oyster Saloon,
i'l. .i-'lv tin n rail.
!A.M. JOHNSON & Co.,
iSoix". :umI '2'l:i of all kimls.
Rlttckv,. P:tii( and rUrHnline !'
The iMi:titi4 I.msuih SeoU'li
, K:i!:imn urt Tuiiios.
j3I':ax:!::iI Tv.ims: Canrtis. nil
j IVo.; Copper Tiiril Oars.
I Tin hot nvsuitnimt ot
In Tim ii.
J The SJesi COFIHIES anil TKAS.
. Trjr our Melrose TSakiiijcTNmcIer
J.-.;tie5y the hi-t over math.
r nil ktiiiN put li he.t Packer..
I IJii'hnrihnnS :uxl Kubhurs Canned Woods.
, 'IVrnii Ortsii. Profits Smnl I.
e-e-lUVE l"S A CAT.T.Tra
Ii. 15. L'KANKL1N,
Corner C.iss and Sinenioqlic streets,
. T nrm, ail A lYCTG
! VkJ S!3.iVUJ!jO
I? .' I) KllTA K K RS GOO DS.
essm gtTg.i Ti g ,
E'lult: nml fnney
o-t??T7TnTr fiTP ATT TTTlVTnC I
Ol!VJllMlx U1J AJbii ililMUD I
SiiIN made in 1'ie lt tIc from
?" Io szo.
1 . , , , . . ... . . .
J -N vt ,Ioo, ' Y'-on II"ii-.e
llainglatel tetnrucd fioiu ItritKli Cdinn
M.i. is to he feimd at his
ti.D st.m s :i:avs r.rn.niNc
here lie is doing
FIHNT-Cli.VNM WOKIt XliV.
ST. HELEN'S HALL,
rilllK COUPS OI' TKACHKUS I.ONO li
JL gaged in St. Helen's Hall has just hccu
reinforced ly the addition of slv new teach
ers, the of them from prouiiuent educational
ii.stitutionsof the Ksustern States. Two of
thee are eug.igcil in tlie 5Iiuical Depart
ment, three in the l'ngllh and one (MISS
l'ULMCK) in the Art Department.
MISS FUI.I.ICIv Is a lady of Kngllsh birth,
hut educated in this country. She was
graduated at Vas-sir College, and has .since
spent much time in the best private Studios
111 the lia-'tern States. She comes with the
highest iccomnicndations for her attain
ments and skill as a teacher of Painting and
Drawing. These cover the whole ground of
instruction in the best Art Schools, embrac
ing OH Painting in landscape, l'lower and
Still-life Studies; Crao:i, Charcoal, "Water
Colors. Pencil, Pen and Ink, and Decorative
Art in all its branches.
MISS l'CLUCK ha lady of liberal edu
cation and superior culture, and the Hector
ami rnncipatoi m. neteirs nan leconimcmi
this department or their school to its patrons
with entire confidence, being well assured
that it was never under a more competent
instructor, or one or more varied acquire
Equalization of County Assessment.
NOTICK IS lil'.UKUV CIVEXTIIAT Hie
A-ssesstuent mil of propertv liable to be
taxed in Clatsop Countvfor tlie year 1SS2,
will !. completed by the first Monday in
Oetolwr. ltft2 ; and the County Court pursu
ant to law lias fixed that day as the time for
all persons interested to examine the same
at lite Coiintv Clerk's olllce in the Court
hon.se in Astoria, in said county, and to note
objections thereto iranv there'shall be.
" W. AV. PARKER,
did Count v ASsi'ssor Tor Clatsop Co.. Or.
Astoria, Oregon, September bth, 1SS2.
k. r mmmtxMA imjfMfy
S. AKNDT vS: FERCHEN,
ASTOUIA, - OICIiC.ON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
r. x. , -. Sf
All Kinds of
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
FOOr OK LAKAYKTCT. STItKKT.
ASTORIA IRON W0RKS.
Dknton SfUKKT, Nkak Pakkki: IIouhb,
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
ROM PR MAIfCRS
LAND HIARINe ENGINES
Boiler Work, Steamboat Work.
and Cannery Work a specialty.
OT al I leritioiift made to Order
nt Short Xotlcc.
A. Ii. Wass, President.
S. O. HusTi.KR. Sccretarv.
I. AV. Cask, Treasurer,
doily l'ox, Superintendent.
Corner Main and Chonamua Streets,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
JOSEPH RODCERS & SONS
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GENUINE W0STENH0LM
ard other English Cutlery.
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
Genuine IUcsrshaum Pipes, etc,
A lino stock nf
WatrhoM and .leivt'Iry. Inv..le ami
Ilroeelt Loading Slutf 4u nml
Kllle, Itevolver.M, Fistoln,
ALSO A KINK
Assnitmentor fine SPFCTACLKS and UYE
WAK IN UHCIjAKKO withoit
a f&G-jt -Vntl no KriiiH of peaee until
ewrynmn in Astoria Inwanew
suit of elothrs
3FA1K BY 3IKAXY.
Look at tlie prices :
Pants to order from - - - ?S CO
Pants, Genuine French Cassnnere - 12 50
Suits from - -- -- - 25 00
The finest line of sample; on the coast to
.select from. P.J.AfKANY,
Cass street, net io Jlanvn's Ji-welrv store
Health is Wealth.
Dr. E. C. West's Nerve and P.rain Treat
ment : a specific for Ifvsteria. Dizziness,
Convulsions, Nervous Headache, .Mental De
pression, I.OS.S of Memory. Spermatorrhoea,
lmpotcncy. Involuntary Emissions. I'rema
ture Old Age, eaased hv over-exertion, self
abuse, or over-indulgence, which leads to
misery, decay and death. One box will cure
recent cases. Each box contains' one months
treatment. One dollar a box, or .six boxes
for live dollars ; snt bv mall prepaid on re
ceipt of price. Wejniarantee six boxes to
cure any case. With each order rccei ed bi
as for six boxes, accompanied with five dol
lars, we u III send the purchaser our written
guarantee tojeturn the money If the treat
ment does not effect acme. Guarantees is
sued only by W. E. Dement, dnisglst, As
toria, Oregon. Orders hv mnll at regular
1 - -- Jwa
-" 1 ' " 2 waA
r " -s 0) W
f - I fa
P P I
If V. HOIiDKX,
APCTIONEKK, COMMISSION AND
lK. .f. V. HUAFTKR,
rniHitlA.v asA Sl'icKSN'.
liMc:iMCN orthoTkreat aSpeelaJt)-.
Oflice over Conn's Drug Store.
Q.KI.O F. P.1RKKK,
C'lnlMOp County, and City ef Aatcrla
Olllcer-Chenamus street, Y. M.C. A. ball,
Uooin Xo. 8.
I. S. CoiuiitiHsIoner, Xolary Pabllr, antt
Insiinuice Accat. '
Agent lor the Hnmburg-Bremen Fire Ins. Co.
of lramburg. Germany, and o the Trav
elers' Life and Accident Ins. Co., ot Hart
aoronice in Pjtblan Building. Booms 11, 12.
ri I. WISTOS,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
sr Oflice in Pythian Jhtlldlng. Kooms U, 1?.
ASTOPJA, - - - OREGON.
AY TUTTI.E, M. .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Ok'ick Over the "White House Store,
llKsmRNPE Over Elberson's Ilnkerv. on-
4 I,. ruirox; M. d.
lMtyNieian and Sanceon.
JOFKICK 0er A. V.Allen's grocery store.
J llooms, at the Tarker House.
Tjl F. HICKS,
Kooms in Allen's building up stairs, corter
of Cass and Sqemocqhe streets.
T K. 1-aFORCK.
Mental Kunnis nrer Cane' More,
ChenamiLs Street, - - Astoria, Oregon.
Q. A. BOWLBY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
! Chenamus Street. - ASTOKIA. OR(l(K
ATTORNEY AT I.AJV.
May lie round at the Court irouse.
j G. A. STfNSON & CO.,
j At Ctpt. Ilogcr old stand, eorner of Ca
I Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoeing.
Wagons made and repaired. (lood wore
NEAT. CHEAP AND QUICK. RV
Main Street, opposite N. Loeb's,
Most Complete Stock in Astoria
Fruits Roth ForelgrH aad. Osaestie
Wines and Liquors-
Of Superior Brand. '
FOSTER'S CORNER, 0 R &NDOCK
Notice to Builders.
PROPOSALS "WILL BE RECEIVED AT
the olllce of the Point Adams PaeKing
Cotnnanv. until noon. Tuesday. Senternber
2Gth. tssi, for furnishing the material, and
bunding of a cannery on the property or
.said company. Plans and specifications can
be seen at the office of A. V . Ferguson, No.
::. Pythian building. Proposals maybe ad
dressed to Box 200. The right to reject nnv
or all bids reserved.
FOR THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS!
A complete stock of School Books and
school supplies. Any book used In the pub
lie schools ot Clatsop County can be obtained
at my store. CABL ADLER.