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BUSINESS CARDS. I HQflWUlB fl ' ARKANSAS EWfKSlT. I MKASrK.NU millKK. ,
j-K. A. li. and J. A. IT
Physicians and Snry
Will j-ive promnt att-n . ; all rail.
uomany iwitoi Sii. in rvn : svj
Oflire over Allen's Stoie. corner Cns n'i.1
Sjuemoqua street. AMurhi, Oih
Telephone No. -ji.
Physicina nntt Surseo:i.
Office, Cor. Main aiul Chenaniu Mi pets.
OlM'ICF. Hous : it to 11 a. m. ;-2 to :. v. M. '
Residence, opposite the.lohan"Cii bu'ld'iifi
KO. A. UWtKH, UFO. M'U"
.CrT..t:VT ifc imitms.
ATTOitNKYJ AT LAW. j
Onlce in KhineS
I'.I.M-k. is.tr Cit
. w. FULTON.
t;. . rri.TOX.
ATTOKVKVS AT LAW.
Itoouisoand C. Oil.l lYllon!:uilliu:j
.1. q. a. r.ow.m.
.t. A. CI LI.
BOVTr.UY & UXM..
Attorney anil Couu-rllors at Luiv,
Oftlerj on Chenanms St if ft. AMoiia. Oron.
Al'CTlUNhhK, COMMISSION AND
Clatsop Count 3'. mid City or Antori
Office :-ChenamusMire!. V. M.t. A ::.!'
Hooiu No. 8.
AUClUTHOr A'l SlM'KltlN 1 lHFM.
Oh-'ick: Kiniiii. lniiifj' lli-l. I'.liuk.
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PHYSICIAN AND SUKCKON
Okkipr IJooms 1, 'J. ami :i I'vitiiau hinld-
Kesiuenck--Oii (Vilar Stw-ei.
St. Mary's Hospital.
K P. HIi-KS.
. K dlIW.
HICKS Ji SltAW.
Hoouis In Allen's Building, up stub--. cor
ner Casi and Sque.raoqua street"!. Astoiia.
BANKING AND INSURANCE !
I. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ASTORIA, - OlECCOX.
From 9 o'clock A. M. until li o'clock I. M.
Bozorth & Johns,
Uel Kstate snJ Iusuranre ACfuHaiul ItroVrn
AXTOUIA. ... - Oregon.
We write policies in the follewing: well
known Fire Insurance Companies :
FHCENIX OF II AKTFOR1).
SCOTTISH UNION AND NATIONAL OF
I.10N. OF LONDON
HOME. OF NEW OKK.
LONDON AND LANCASHIRE, OF LIVER
POOL. PnOINIX. OF K1J00KLYN.
(ONNECTICCT. OF HAKTFOUD.
OAKLAND HOME. OF OAKLAND, CALA.
And also represent the W'ESl'EItX. of
and AMERICAX STEAM BOIL
ER 1XSURAXCE CO.
Real r.tt&te Nought ami Sold on Conniiission.
HIulu St. Astoria. Orrnu.
THE LATEST STYLES
B. B. FRANKLIN'S,
NEXT DOOR TO ASTORIAN OFFICE.
A yery large Stock from which to select.
Window curtains made to order,
ty My patent Trimmer to cut Wall Paper
w III be lound convenient to my patrons.
STOCK AND WORKMANSHIP
Boats of Every Description Built.
Shop over Alndt & FercheirV.
if. m. t,shthf:rn.
Should not forget to call at Towne's San
Francisco Gallery, where may he
seeu photographs of all the leading men and
women of Oregon and Washington Territory.
Skillful operators always In attendance, aiid
the most minute attention paid to pictures
of children. Don't forget the location. S. S.
tenrr First and iorrlion fctret-ln, upstairs.
No trouble to show specimens to visitors.
Street railroads pass the door every ten
minutes, and this is the nearest gallery to
the fire principal hotels.
Thh medicine, combining Iron with puro
? j-i&hle tonics, quickly and completely
Cure IT-ppHlnt Indigestion, Wfnknei
mill Ncnralaln. .
It is an unfaihnz remedy for Dicace! of lue
Kidney nnd I.lrcr.
It is invaluable for Diseases peculiar to
Women, and all who lead sedentary lives.
1 1 does not inj nrc the teeth , cause headache .or
produce constipation othT Jinn medicine lo.
It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates
the appetite, aids the asimilation of food, re
lieves Heartburn and Ilelchhig, and strength-,
ens the muscles and nerves.
J'or Intermittent Fever. IJtssitude, Lact o!
Iluersy. Ac, it has no equal.
.3 Tle Kcntiine has a'mve trade mark ana
roM.d red lines on rapjcr. Take no other
QitWjhj i:i:oh iiiLXiCii. u uu.Tiaou no-
ItKniMiTON, WOOUAKH A CO., Porllanil, Or
W HOI.ESAI.K A(.l NT.
The FJttent MHbJcrtH
For fever and ague, and rennttenls. are the
debilitated, bilious and nervous. To such
persons. Hostetter's Stomach Bittei-s affords
adequate protection l5 increasing vital
stamina and the resistant power or the con
stitution, and bv checking irregularities of
the liver, stomach and bowels. Moreover,
It eradicates malarial complaints of an ob
stinate type, and stands nlone uuequaled
among out national leuiedies.
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers
Did you Sup-
pose IIustang Liniment only good
for horses? It is for inflamma
tion of all flesh.
A Clear Skin
only a part of beauty;
but it is a part. Every lady
may have it ; at least, what
looks like it. Magnolia
Balm both freshens and
A. V. Allen,
Wbolcsale and Retail' Dealer in
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
W. E. J3EBEESHT ft CO.
iDEicres & sts.
Carry In .Stock.
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET
Prescriptions carefully Compounded
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IP111 BEST TflHIC. I
ri GELEeRflTED "Jj
TlieSpeerh ofBakerof Imii in Chan::-:
in from nerrv in Jonrs f.r
nit.i ,,. c,MInr
Mr. Baker ol Benlou. wjieu his
name "was reached, rose to ins feet
and said: "Mr. President, I cast my
first vote in this senatorial contest
for Gov. James H. Berry, and I have I
continned to do so tip to tne present
time. I know him, and 1 like him.
He is a good man, and well qualified
to fill the effice: :m honored citizen, a
Iirave soldier and an able statesman,
he is high, in the esteem of the public.
I am a rourh man myself a man of
the mountains- -and I am one of those
men who stick by their friends: I
stick by my friends when they de
serve it- -when they are able and well
qualified until they fall aud even
then I'll not desert them; I am like
Collins' 'sheep' when they fall I fall
with them. 1 hated to see Gov. Ber
ry withdraw from the field, but when
1 saw it must be I looked about me
and took the ihiug under considera
tion and thought on it I thought
long and carefully over it, and I slept
with it. Laughter. I saw I must
cast my vote for some one else, and I
must make a choice of the other can
didates. I'll tell you how I did it.. I
looked over the field. Ihavcmetthe
other two, and I studied them. I met
the Hon. Poindexler Dunn and I saw
in him many good points. L saw a
fine head on him ( I greatly admire a
fiue head) and I saw in him a great
coming man. But I tell yon what did
the work for me. 1 met Mrs. clones
- the wife of the Hon. James K.. Tones
and that settled it. Imetherand
I went and called on her- yes, I did.
The room was full of beautiful wom
en. 1 didn't know hardly what to do.
but she sat at the piano and 1 asked
her to plav a little tune on it for me.
f Laughter.) I asked her that Yery
thing asked her if she could play
'My Ola Cabin Home. She said she
wonld if I would sing a vetse of it,
and I said I'd try. (Cries' 'Sing it
now; lot's hear it'J You wait. I
said I would, and she touched up the
piano, hit the very keynote or the
piece -the tune I know and love liest
on earth. It rang aud echoed about
the room. The place was full of
women, and pretty women, too. Ap
plause. And among them 1 saw Mrs.
Koaue, the daughter of old Gov.
Roane, the lady of whom Mr. McMil
lan spoke so beautifully a while ago.
They crowed aronnd, and right there
stood aud snng the verse. Cries,
Sing -sing give us the verse.'J All
right, gentlemen, to accomodate you
I'll sing it," and, clearing his throat,
the gentleman from Benton struck up
a bear-tone solo and sang:
We'll hunt no more the grizzly
In tbe nook;
We'll leave the cauou nil
We'll drink no more of the
Clear crystal brook;
So, my log cabin home, good by.
As the "good by" floated up among
the cobwebs in the dome of the hall,
the densely-packed throng burst into
cheers and" shouts, a tornado of ap
plause shaking the old house, while
bursts of laughter broke out like thnn
derbolis, and handclappings sounded
like hail among the confusion. At
length the orator succeeded in get
ting silence again, after bowing and
gesticulating several minutes, he said:
"Hold onwait antl hear the chorus,'
and then he sang:
We'll mind no more, but play.
I never shall forget
That log cabin home
That log cabin home far away.
Again the- storm broke forth, aud it
was several minutes before he could
proceed. "When a lull came he con cen
tinued: "Well, those ladies crowded
around me, and when Mrs. Jones
stopped playing I seized her hand
and said: 'Madam, I'm in love with
vou.' Shouts. I Yes, I told her I had
fallen in love with her, and she said
she wished I'd fall in love with her
husband as well. She treated me
nice they all did, too. Now I am a
rough old .man, but ladies have great
attractions for the old mountain
boomers. I know I do, cheers and
I never forgot that visit They
looked so sweet and nice that I want
ed to hug them all. When I met Mr.
Jones I looked at him closely and I
saw in him a man I could well sup
port. Ho had a big head, too a
head like a washtub, eyes set way
buck in and deep thinking look in
them, and so with all this to think of,
after looking well about me, after
considering the matter well, after
sleeping with it, I have concluded to
vote for the Hon. James K. Jones."
ICheers long and loud. Legislative
Report of the Little Hocl; Ar:.t Ga
zette. IlowentlcfltUp the Otrlr h.
Twenty-four ostriches were recently
shipped from Cape Town, Africa to
SanDiego Cal. The ostrich is a tough
creature and can take into its stomach
all sorts of indigestible things. And
yet nobody evor heard of an ostrich
having dyspepsia A human being
who trifles with his stomach is sure
to have dyspepsia, and to need
Brown's Iron Bitters to set him
right, Mr. Venen, of St Joseph
Mo., is one of many who writes thus,
"Browns Iron Bitters cured me of
dyspepsia, gave me a hearty appetite,
and increased my weight"
The bang, it is understood, is
going out of the fashion, into which
itwns brought by the children of
the Prince of Wales.
The two following articles are lak
!en from r.ie AonitreMern J.'tmo.
', man. The 5rat is from r. correspond
ent a; Galen. Pa., and under the head
of "A log table for Washin:!on Iprri
tnrv," the writer aavs:
"In April. 1831, Peter L. Trout, of
Ontonagon. Michigan, made iuuuiry.
through the Lumberman concerning'
Doyle's log rule. I had not seen
Doyle's log tables at that time, but
knew that he had constructed a table
that gave better satisfaction than'
Scribner's, and I knew that his effort
in that line had been a little later than i
my OWM. Ul response to .ur. lrotll S ; Free from Opiates, Emetics and l'oisons.
request, as to whether certain dis- A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE
crepancies were errors of the press, u-or couch. Bon Throat, iioarwnc. Cold,
or were intended to bs as thev were taflncnzji.nronehui,Athraa,Cronp, WLooo
printed, I look it for granted thev j t'cTS&ZS"kr
were a3 intended. Since then a friend, yd 30 cents a bottle. Sold bv nmisn and
of riiino lm? lven to Washington ter-
., , -l , 1.. 1 ..Tin-
ntory, purchased timber laud, alter i
having examined the timber, and on
his return home wanted me to make ,
estimates of the board measure in(
certain trees according to Doyle's
rule, of which he furnished me a copy.
But the size of the timber exceeded
the limits of the log table so much
that they were not able to apply it
In extending the table I discovered
that the computation for 16-foot logs
was made by squaring a number
which was four less than the diameter
of the log in inches. For instance, a
log is 18 inches in diameter; deduct 1
from the diameter in inches leaves 14,
which being multiplied by itself pro
duces 19G the same rule holding
throughout the tables. Tims, for an
8-iuch log we have 16 feet board meas
ure as tho quantity due to that dia
meter, which is absurd; the actual
quantity being more than twice that
Ordiuary sized logs or average logs
may do well enough, but when you
come to large logs the scale runs the
other way. The reason is obvious.
He constantly takes four f nun the dia
meter in inches, which in an 8-iuch
log is jnst one-half, but in a C9-inch
log is only four iuches less than 60,
or 56. Multiplying .16 by itself gives
3,136 as the quantity of a 60-inch log
when 2,4(r.i is all there caii be in it by
making it into boards of merchantable
I have made no secret of mv theory
of scaling logs. One inch should
first be deducted from the diameter
for the slab, which is a constant qunu
titv. The sonare of the remainder
will be the nroportion-of variation for
the different sizes, which is suscepti
ble of rigid mathematical demonstra
tion, and will also agree with the us
ual practice of sawing. Find what
any one sized log will make by actual
ly sawing it up in the usual way, nnd
by this rule the quantity contained in
aiiy other sized log, of auy length,
may be readily computed.
In ,view of the fact that any scale
to be of use in the. uew timber forests
of Washington must lie extended ton
diameter of 10 or 12 feet, I have un
dertaken to compute a log table of
lengths from 8 to 40 feet, and for dia
meter from 8 iuches to 144 inches,
which work is now well advanced. 1
intend to have my tables printed, not
as a money speculation, for I expect
the speculation will be a negative
ouantitv. 1 am past my days of use
fulness, but the preparation of the
work has been, and will be a pastime
or occupation, while it lasts.
The second article combines a ques
tion by a party at Myers, Ky., and an
answer by the editor of the Lumber'
man and reads as follews:
'We are somewhat troubled hero at
our mill on Licking river in the mat
ter of landing timber. The Licking
river is what the state of Kentucky
(and the United States government,
perhaps,; call a navigable stream..
Our friends here that own land ad
joining the river demand of us pay
for tieiug our logs to the limber oil
the river, bank. The trees to which
wc tie are not on the top of the bank
of the river, but several feet below
the point that would be called high
water mark. Now have tho log men
a right to tie on the bat s of a navi
gable stream, and let their timber lie
lie there any length of time they
choose, or are they compelled to keep
the timber always afloat? Or, have
they a right to tie anywhere without
the consent of the owners 01 the laud
adjoining the stream? M.''
Notwithstanding the fact that the
stream may be navigable, tno property
owners along the bank control the
laud to low-water mark. A navigator
may anchor in the stream, provided
he does not obstruct navigation, but
if he use for his own purpose the
property of others in tho manner de
scribed by your correspondent, with
out ineir consent, ne is name ior
damage. This is the law in the mnt-
ter; but in u great many cases where
bank owners are willing to render
slight assistance to the industries of
their towns, the law is not enforced.J
I was suffering from a severe
cough nnd irritation of tho throat,"
writes Mr. S. T. G. Morsel), 921 N.
St., N. W., Washington, D. C, "and
Bed Star Cough Cure completely re
The university nres.s at Oxford has
appliances for printing works in 150
different languages and dialects.
Scott' RmulHlon or Pure Cod I.lvrr
Oil, with Jfynoplio.HphlteH.
jl Most Xulrlllous Food and JfoZi-
clne. Dr. IjINdsay Jonxsox, of Car
lersvillc, Geo., says: "I take great pleas
ure In saving yourEmuIsion has oroved
itself Iu my hands a moat efficient rem
edy. In the various wasting conditions
calling lor sucn nutriment. '
TRADE Veo7 mark.
issM-fln n inr'
f3B J7Mn7irf1tUKr I
" - aleri. Fartiti jtnabte to induct their dtaler to
jrMju.y urt njur tana win Teveicc urn oomcf,
.-;?. charat paid, by tending one dollar to
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the ruinLxs x. TOCEttu toaiuxr.
awj unatn aa i jnuainnrrl,
iUUIsarr. StrjUnil, V. 3. X.
MRS. EVA WALLMAN. - Proprietor.
r"ii;t Clnss in Errj- ISespcet.
FiUiMl up lrllli rrory Coiirrii
iruet lor Hie Coiulort ol
Transient and Permanent Guests.
Corner Juneirtiiiiui antl West oih Streets.
The Telephone Saloon
Tho Finest Establishment of
the Kind in Astoria.
Kspeelally lltted up for the Comfort and
t iniwiile tire of those who enjoy :i
Social Ola s.
The Hest of Win?' u ml tumors.
Tho Choicest Chairs.
Everything New and First-Clas3.
II. l..JEPFgRY. I'rop'r.
K. IJ. IMltIiK.lt. lroiV
Firsi Class in Every Respect.
Fn-e 'o:m-1i lo the House.
Olil Castle, Yspitti, anil other
brands of Coke Tin Plates, for
sale in lots to suit purchasers,
now in warehouse at Astoria or
to arrive per Josea, or Archer,
also Liverpool line aud coarse
salt. For further particulars
m Mri 8, fin
Coliito Transportation Comply.
Which ha heen specially limit for the comfort of pawnjjew ulll leave
WlPwi & Fhlier's Dork every
Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland'at VP.M.
Returning leaves Portland every
Tuesday and Thursday at G A. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
-Au additional trip will be made on Sunday of Each Week, leaving Portland
at i O'ciecK- Mannar Jiornmjr.
for Sound ports.
Wilson & Fisher1
HEAVY AND SHELF
i Paints, Oils, and Varnish.
Salem Tlouring Mills,
Portland Roller Mills.
Capital riour and
B. B. Franklin,
Mei'taker and CaWnet Mater,
NKXT TO THK ASTORIAX UUII.DIXO.
Cry-All work done in a skillful manner on
short notice at r asonahle rates.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
BKNTON STUKKT, NFJltt PAKKKH ItOL'SK,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
GEHERAL MACHINISTS AND
BoilerWork, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. Ofal I DearrlptrorjH made to Order
at Short Notice.
A. D. Wass, President.
J. (. HusTi.ER.Secretary,
I. W. Cask, Treasurer.
& ARNDT & FERCHEN,
ASTOHIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
All kinds ol
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made ol repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
Fast Time !
PtWeugers b this route connect at Kalama
u. B.suuii, rresiaeni
PRICE, FIVE CENTS
Royal Brand Flour
Manufactured by the
OREGON MILLING COMPANY
Is of Superior Quality, and is Endorsed
by all who use It.
THE HOUSEKEEPER'S FAVORITE
Of Superior Rising Quality.
Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction.
WYATT & THOMPSON
Sole Asreuta for Astoria.
Paintinc and Paper ffinpt
Taint Shop in rear of premises ..form
erly occupied by C. II. Stockton; oppo
site the Court House. , ,
All orders promptly and satisfaelorly
J. H. D. GKAY.
Wholesale and retail dealer in.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood. Etc.
LIME, SAND AND CEMENT.
Oeueial Storajjt? and Wharfage on reason
able terms. Foot ot Reutou street, Astoria,
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Biter Pipes,
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
CORNER MAIN AND CHENAMU3 STS.
The Gem Saloon.
The Popular Resort for Astorians.
Finest of Wines and Liquors
GotoTIIF. CI KM SALOON.
ALKX. CAMPP.KI.L, - - PROPRIETOR
ASTORIA LIQUOR STOEE,
AUG. OANIKLSON, - - Proprietor.
Rebuilt ami Jtefltted ThroHKhout.
The Best ol
For a Good Cigar, call for one of
Comer West 9th and "Water Streets, Astoria.
Magnus C. Crosby
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET LEAD STRIP
UI33l AND Copper.
Astoria Sail Loft.
Best of Work at Bottom Ficnres
The well-known Sailmaker now occupies
The Astoria sail i.ott. formerly oecupien
hy A.M. Johnson.
Boat Sails a Specialty.
ALL WORK WARRANTED
Come and see me at The Astoria Sail Loft :
next to Pythian Building.
Address P.O.Box 312.
Floats! Floats! Floats!
CANKERYMEN who are in need or
Floats. Copper Handles and Mallets
should send their orders to
b. w. ur.ooi.
Clatskauie. Oregon, who has a quantiiy on
hand which willbe sold at reasonable rat-.
"SECURE THE SHADOW
Ere the substance fade, and when you yLslt
Portland, make It a part or yonr business to
call on W.H.TowxK.at the San Fran
clsco Gallery, S. W. corner First and
Morrison streets, and have your photograph
taken In the highest style ofthe art.