## The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883, November 10, 1882, Image 1

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Vol. XVIII.
Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning, November 10, 1882.
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THE NEWER ARITHMETIC.
If it costs \$ to make use of an
oath in New Jeise, how much
will it cost a man to swear all day
in Iowa? v
A merchant finds himself with
300 in bad debts on hand, and he
divides the amount to make fifty of
his best customers foot the bill.
How much did each one have to
pay?
A political candidate promises
the position of market clerk to 230
different friends, and after the elec
tion gives it to his uncle. Find
words to express the feclinsjs of
the 320.
If it takes S woi th of coal to
keep one 10 cent house plant
through the winter, how much coal
will it take to carry ten of the
plants through the season?
In a city of 100,000 people there
are 2,000 men who carry umbrel
las and canes on their shoulders
without reference to pedestrians.
If a man kicks sixteen of these
chaps per day, how long would it
take to iret around to the last
batch?
A lady pays &7 for a pair of fash
ionable shoes and endures \$14
worth of agony for every mile she
walks. How much aironv would
she endure in walking there
weeks?
A young man engaged to three
different girls is obliged to tell
twenty-two lies per week to pre
vent discovery. How many lies
would he tell in six months?
If a man finds seventeen inches
of tarred rope in on one plug of
tobacco, how many inches will lie
find in twenty-two plugs?
If it takes a fall of twenty-eight
feet from a chestnut tree to break
a boy's arm, how far must he fall
to break his neck?
On a certain political ticket
there are fourteen candidates;
each candidate is the victim of 526
lies. "What is the total number of
lies? Detroit Free Press.
A Hard Life.
An Italian peasant has written
a work called "The Voice of a
Peasant," describing the hardships
of his class, which is attracting:
attention from the European
press, and may lead to important
results. Here is his picture of the
agricultural laberer: "1 magine
that it is in the middle of winter.
The peasant must be in the field
at sun rise, and after four or five
hours of fatiguing work he is per
mitted to repose and refresh him
self for a short hour. Seated on a
stone or on the naked earth, he
takes from a basket or cloth a few
slices of badly cooked polenta, and
warms them at an impoverished
fire, together with a bit of rancid
herring, and with this miserable
food recuperates his exhausted
strength. At times he varies the
diet, eating his polenta with a few
dried figs, or a moldy crust of
cheese, or four small pickled fishes,
or a few edible snails, or a pair of
frogs cooked in stuff that is sold
for olive oil, but is nothing more
than unwholesome crease." The
evening meal is no more inviting,
comprising a few leaves of lettuce,
a scanty quantity of oil and vine
gar, or instead a herring, a little
bread, an apple, or radish, onions,
garlic, or something of the sort.
Governor Newell pronounces the
settlements made in the Chehalis
river valley and tributary valley to
be upon as fine agricultural lands
as those in the counties previously
mentioned. The settlers for some
months have been busy clearing
and preparing for next season's
work. Farmers and stockmen in
all the sections he visited were
making settlements and taking
early advantage of the splendid
opportunities, offered to active
men . CJwoniclc
Millers from Minneapolis are in
Salem superintending tne con
struction of the new flouring mills
there. They say that Oregon
wheat makes more flour to the
bushel than any in the world and
that the Minneapolis millers will
be large purchasers of .this wheat
wfcen the railroad is completed, if
tCMMpoftfttxm is not too high.
The Granite Monument to the Dead i
at Big Hole.
The monument ordered b' tho
goernmentto be placed on the
battlefield at Big Hole, M. T.,
where General Gibbon fought the
Nez Perces, under Chief Joseph,
xVugust 7, 1877, is in thice sec
tions. The base is about SxS feet
in size and two feet thick. xbovc
this rises a solid block seven and
one-half feet square at the base
and tapering to about twelve
inches square and then pointed,
this shaft being five and one-haif
feet in height. Upon one side of
the middle section of the monu
ment is carved the werds:
"Erected by the United States."
On the other side is inscribed the
follewing: 'To the oiliceis and
soldiers of the Arm', and citizens
of Montana, who fell at Big Hole,
August 7, 1877, in a battle with
the Nez Perces Indians." Upon
the third side is engraved the fol fel fol
eowing: "On this field seventeen
officers and 1SS enlisted men of
the United States Infantry, under
its Colonel, Brevet Major General
John Gibbon, with eight other
soldiers and thirty-eight citizens,
surprised and fought all da a
superior force of Nez Perces,
Indians, more than one-third
the command being killed and
wounded." Upon the reverse
side are the names of those known
to have fallen upon the field.
CL The Great Novelist's Opinion.
"What is it to die if it is not
to live forever? These millions of
woilds above, which call us by
their radiant symphony, bear me
witness. And beyond these mil
lions of worlds, what is there? The
infinite, alwas the infinite. If I
pronounce the name of God, I
bring a smile from the lips of some
who do not believe in God. Why
do they not believe in God? Be
cause they believe only in the vital
forces of Nature. But what is Na
ture? Without God 'tis, but a
grain of sand. This is looking on
the small side of things because
the great side dazzles us too much.
But I believe in the great side.
What is the earth? A cradle and
a tomb! And even as a cradle has
its beginnings, so the tomb has its
dawning for the dead; it is a door
closed indeed to the world, but
opening upon worlds of which we
may now only obtain a far-distant
glimpse. Messieurs, believe if you
will, that I shall be buried to-morrow
or in ten years to come I feel
within me that the tomb will not
hold me prisoner; 1 feel that your
six feet of earth will not be able
to make night where I am lying;
your earth-worms shall devour all
that is perishable in my frame, but
that something which is the life of
my brain the life of my eyes
the life of my ears, my forehead
and m lips, can be destroyed by
no power on earth. Victor Hugo.
Lately, very little has been said
about the progress of the N. P.
Pi. I. Co.'s work on the north bank
of the Columbia river, in Klickitat
county. The Sentinel learns that
the camps are now at Hellgate,
this side of Celilo, and that two
gangs of men, 75 in all, are work
ing both ways, grading and pre
paring a road bed. At one place
they are blasting out solid rock
which is 9S feet in height; some
times as many as 100 blasts are let
off at once. Their mode of drill
ing the rock is peculiar -and dan
gerous, the men who drill and pre
pare the blasts being let down by
ropes over the face of the cliff,
and when all are in readiness are
drawn up to a place of safety.
The Sentinel's informant states
that when the numerous blasts are
let off it makes it very lively,
boulders flving in every direction.
He thinks the railroad company
means business, and, and as the
work is expensive to an extreme,
and the thoroughness with which
it is done
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Thanksgiving Proclamation.
STiKorOi:rcso.KFCCTiKOyi n K.
Sa i.km. Nov. s. I W. j
In accordance with a .custom
lonjr established and in puisuance
of a recommendation of Chester
A. Arthur, president of the United
States, 1 recommend that Thurs
day, the 30th day of November,
A. D. 1S82, be observed by all
the people of this commonwealth
as a day of thanksgiving and
praj'er to the Supreme Ruler of
the universe, who has vouchsafed
to us blessings innumerable during
the year just past. Ho has grant
ed abundant harvests to the hus
bandman, prosperity to our com
mercial interests and general
health to all of our people.
For these and all other blessings
which have been our portion, I
would recommend that upon the
day named all secular business be
dispensed with and that our peo
ple assemble at their xespective
houses, of wcrship and in true
sympathy with the purposes of this
proclamation give unto God
thanksgiving and praise for his
many mercies.
In testimony whereof I have
hereunto set my hand and caused
the great seal of state to bo affixed
thereto. Done at the capitol at
:;alcm tWs gth dftV
of November,
A. D. 1S82.
Z. F. Moodv,
Seal of slate. Governor.
By the Governer:
Pi. P. EaRHaKT,
Secretary of State.
In Huron, D. T., not long since,
the citizens assembled to hear the
result of the election. They were
all impatient to learn the vote on
Judge of Probate. The clerk
read the returns for county com
missioner. Bather the county
commissioner! We don't care
anything about that. Go on to
the next." "For register of
deeds ' "Go on! Go on!"
"For sheriff " "No matter about
the sheriff. Go on to probate
judge! Probate judge!" cried
scores of voices. "I am sorry to
announce that the vote for pro
bate judge is a tie, and that there
is no election to that office."
Fierce cries of fraud and treachery
arose, and figures were demanded.
"Gentlemen," said the clerk,
"there were 2,27S votes cast.
There are 2,27S names. Each
received one vote. Every man
voted for himself." Detroit Tree
Press.
Hon. A. It. Burbank marketed
two calves last week that we con
sider hard to beat. One was six
months old and weighed 32G
pounds, after being dressed and
hung up over night. The other
was three and a half months old,
and weighed 227 pounds after be
ing dressed. Register.
The constitution of the state
provides that no law shall take
effect until 90 days after the ad
journment of the legislature
which enacts it, unless otherwise
specified in the bill. The game
law introduced by Senator Prim
follows the ordinary course, and
will become operative on the 11th
of Januarv next.
Oscar Patterson, who resides
near Sumner, killed a hog last
week which weighed 193 pounds.
It had been in the pen 152 days
and as it weighed only ten pounds
when put in, it gained 185 pounds
in 152 days, an average of one
pound three and a half ounces per
day. Coos Day News.
"I sprained my ankle sometime
ago, and suffered seriously from
the pain and swelling,1' writes Mr.
George Stevens, Peabody, Mass.,
"its a last resort 1 used St. Jacobs
Oil. Three applications cured
entirely.
me
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Fretful babies cannot help disturb
ing everybody, and mothers should
know how soothing Parker's Ginger
Tonic-is. It stons babies naius. makes
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RHEUMATISM,
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell'
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
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u aafe, sure, simple and cheap External
Bemedy. A trial entils but the coraporaUrely
trifling outlay of 50 Cent, and every one uffer- I
lib Preparation on earth equals St. Jacobs Oil
ing with pain can haTo cheap and positive proof
of Its claims.
Direction in Eleven Langusge.
BOLD BY ALL DBUGGIST8 AND DEALEE3
IN MEDICINE.
A. VOGELER & CO.,
Baltimore, Xd., V.S.A.
Eipfht cents per pound is offered
for hauling freight from the end
of the N. P. track to Missoula, 120
miles.
Tallyrand once said: "What I
have been taught T have forgotten;
what I know X have guessed."
In the last respect he was a sew
ing society all by himself.
The inquiry into the .Teannette
disaster will probably establish
the iact'that shewas Host in the
Arctic regions, and the court of
inquir will then known what
everybody else knew a year ago.
The Xew York"lIerald had
twenty samples of lager analyzed,
and nothing deleterious to health
could be found in an of thctn.
Twenty samples of di inking water
would have shown a record to aston
ish the reader.
A LETTER FH9KI GERMANY.
si i. u, January ! 18S2.
Very cMeciiiiuI sirs:
The praise jour Liver Pills liac called
forth here is wonderful. After taking ono
and a half boc of j our genuine 1)K. C.
McLANII'S LIVKR PIMA. I hai en
tirely recovered from my four ears' uil-r-iiiK.
All who know me wonder how I,
who, for so many years, had no npiu'tite,
and could not sleep for backache. Miuli
in my .side, and general stomach com
plaints, could haC recovered.
An old lady in our city, who lnt-sMurorcd
for many years from kidney disease ami
the doctors, hadgiveu her up. took lumif
your 1M1K nnd sot more relief than .il(.
has from all the tlcton. Yours rul .
j. vox ii:i: i:j:h;.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine arc never sugar-coated.
Kvery box has a red wax .seal on the lid,
with the impressien: McLaneN !.icr
Pill.
The genuine McLANK'S i.IVinc
PIIXS bear the signature of C. JlrUmi
and Fleming Rros. on the wrappers.
Insist upon having the genuine 1K. '.
McXAXK'S MVKK PIMLS, prepan-d lv
Fleming Hros., or Pittsburgh, Pa., tl.e
market being full of Imitations of i In
flame McLnue, spelled differently, hut of
same pronuaciation.
If your itorckecier does not hac the
genuine K. C. 3IcI.A"ir. CKI.i:
llRATED LIYKR PILLS, .send u- UT
cents, and we wifl send you a box l iiinH,
and a set of our advertising cards.
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh. Pa.
J" CELEBRATED fA
iffis
Old fasliionablo roincdics aro rapidly gi ins
ground beforo the advance of this conquering
specific, and old fashioned ideas in regard to
depiction as a aeans ot eu.-UTt Me qme
ilTIMTIK.
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'ROSCOPS FIRST
Ovster Saloon.
CLASS
nr.VAMrs sTirnrr, astoria.
nmiK .'ndersigxed is pleased to
X. announce to t It- puhlithat helms op-
Piled .1
FIK.ST CLASS
Ami fiirnKhe-. in hrt-plassstl'
OYSTERS. HOT COFFEE TEA. ETC.
AT TOE
Ladies' and Gent's Oyster Saloon.
CHENAMUS STREET.
Please gie me a call.
ROSCOEIDIXON, Proprietor
A. 3H. JOHNSON & Co.,
Ship Mailers ai Grocers.
ISo(" ami Cordage oFall kinds,
ISIorli.. l;iciii ami rtlctluliiioof
nil sl.
1 The (cmiSiie Ja'Csoh's NVolcli
j Salmon net Twines.
' ZUeriimiI Twines: Canvas, all
5eN: Copper TipeI Oars.
Tlte best assortment of
G ROCERIES
In Town.
The Rest COFKEES and TEAS.
Try otir Melrose Baiting Powder
Poiti elj the bet v er made.
j ckMaraar-Ei GOODS
HI illl MUM'S llllt IWI UJ I1CSI 1 U.'KLIS.
, . ,,,,,, , ,
Rwhardson ami ISolilim Canned (5ood
Terms Cash. Profit Sm nil.
of all Kinds put up b best PacKtrs.
es-r;iVK rs a call-sh
WILLIAM EDGATt,
Corn or Main nnd Chenamus Streets,
ASTOUIA OREGON
DEAI.l R 13
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
The Celebrated
JOSEPH RODCERS & SONS
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GENUINE WOSTENHOLM
and other Hngli3h Cullory.
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
Genuine Heershaum Pipes, etc.
A fine stock of
lVatehe ami Jewelry, Xazzle and
llrceeli Jjoariiiic Shot Gbbh antt
Rifles, Revolvers, Pistol,
ami Ammunition
.HAKIXE
GIj asses
ALSO A FIXE
Avoortincnt of Tine S1TCTACLKS and EYE
GLASSES.
B. B. FRANKLIN,
UNDERTAKER,
Comer Cass and Squemofjlie streets,
ASTOKIA. --- - OREGON
DKAI.KK IN
WALL PAPER
AXI)
WINDOW SHADES
AND
UNDERTAKERS GOODS.
MAGNUS G. CROSBY,
Dealer in
HARDWARE, IRON, mil,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
PI.l' MISERS AXD STEAM FITTERS
Goods and Tools,
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
SHEET IRON TIN AND COPPER,
Stoves, Tin Ware and House
Furnishing Goods.
JOBBING IN SHEET IRON, TIN, COP
PER PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING
Done with neatness and dispatch,
M Nouu. Out lln.t class ork men employed.
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WILLIAM HOWE
dei.i:k
Doors, Windows, Blinds, Transoms, Lumber.
All kind of
OAK LUMBER, J
GLASS.
Boat Material. Etc.
ggfi!Sgps
Boats of all Sinds Made to Order, j
JOnlers from a ('Manic promptly attemlril
MISCELLANEOUS.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
BRTOX STltKET, XKVi: rAIlvKHHOU8F,
ASTOKIA. - OREGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
DOILER MAKERS.
LMDiMlRIHHS
Boiler Work, Steamboat Work,
and Cannery Work a specialty.
Or all Descriptions made to Order
at Short Xotlrc.
A. D. "Wass, President.
.T. ('. Hustler, Secretary.
I. "W. Cask, Treasurer.
, JonxFox, Superintendent
S. ARNDT & EERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
BIACKSMITII -
SHOP
AM)
Boiler, Shop
All kinds of
ENGINE, CANNERY,
AXD
STEAMBOAT WORE
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
CANNERY DIES,
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
n. F. STEVEN'S.
V. S. 15ROWN
CITY
BOOK STORE.
Where on will luul all tlio standard works
of the day, and a constantly changing
stock of novelties and fancj
articles: we keep the
lit'st assortment of
variety goods
in the
city.
Pocket Books.
Picture Frames,
Steroscopes, Mu
sical Instruments,
Sheet Music, Bijou
terie, & Celluloid
Goods, etc., etc.
n P. STEVEN'S & CO.
Wilson & Fisher,
SHIP CHANDLERS.
DEATHS IN
Iron. Steel, Coal. Anchors, Ghains,
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
WROUGHT AND CUT GALVANIZED
SPIKES.
Kails, Cejtpcr Nails and Burr,
flwlf Hariwut, flints a&i Oili
ft md'Jt.pfMhq of all Kinds.
,y rwmiiiniii:
S'Sffrt si.tiiT 'iJ . . '
'-jSr-iirZ ;
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AND
Bracket Work
a sri:crAi.TY.
to, :mt -.attraction guaranteed in all cases.
BUSINESS CARDS.
T C. HOLDKN,
OTAKT PUBLIC,
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND
SURANCE AGENT.
TK. .1. C. SIIArTER,
' I-HVSICIA aad SVKCEttX.
(I)EUTSCHt AKZT.)
liHcaef oftlie Throat a Specially.
Ofllce ocr Conn's Drug Store.
J O. KOZORTH,
If. S. ComiiiiviioHer, Notary Pablir. aad
iBsaraace Aceat.
Agent lor the Hamburg-Bremen Fire Ins. Co.
of Hamburg, Germany, and ol the Trar
clcrs' Lifo and Accident Ins. Co., of Hart
ford. Conn.
8-0fllce 111 Pj tliian Building. Rooms 11, 12.
i F.IiO F. PARKER.
SURVEYOR OF
Clatsop Conuty,aBil City ef Astoria
Olllce :-Cheuamus street, Y. M. C. A. hall
Room No. 8.
1 . wiJiToar,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
fi8-0fllce in Ji thian Building. Rooms 11,12.
ASTORIA, --- - OREGON.
XAlt TUTTIiE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEOU
Okfick 0er the White House Store.
Kesidkjck Over Elberson's Rakerj . op
posite Barth & Mers Saloon.
A Ii. FUIiTOX, M. .
Flij-Mician and Morgeen.
OFriCE 0er A. V.Allen'3 groccrj- store.
Rooms, at the Tarker House.
XI 1. I1ICKM,
PENTIST,
ASTORIA, --. - OREGON
Rooms in Allen's building up stairs, coriier
of Cass and Sqeinocqhe streets.
TK. fin FORCE.
DENTIST
Uc11t.1l Knotns ocr 1'ase's Store.
Chenamus Street. - - Astoria, Oregon.
J
Q. A. BOWLBY.
ATTORNEY AT LA AY.
Chenamus Street. - ASTORIA. OREGON
G. A. STINSON & CO.,
BLACKSMITHING,
At Capt. Rogers old staud, comer of Cass
and Court Streets.
Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoeing.
Wagons made and repaired. Good work
guaranteed.
TAX.ORIWGK
Cleaning Repairing.
NEAT, CHEAP AND QUICK. BY
VEOKCiE L.OVETT.
Main Street, opposite N. Loeb's.
MAX. WAGNER'S
ROWLING ALLEY.
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