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jOL. XXY, NO. 54.
ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, J88G.
PRICE. JBIVE CENTS.
C. R. THOMSON, E. E. COOVKET.
TH0MS05 & CONVERT,
Attorneys at Law and Notaries Public.
Special attention given to collections and
Office Kooms 4 and o, over City Eook
p It. MABT12C. . K.,
Architect and Civil Engineer.
Office Room 0, Knights of Pythias
lKS. A. 1. and J. A. FUIYTOX.
Vlij .sifiaiis and Surgeon.
Will Khe promt attention to all calls.
-o!H anv part of the city or country.
Olilce over Allen's Store, corner Caw and
neincKiua streets. Astoria, Oregon.
IVU'jihone 'o. 41.
TK. FIUXK PACK,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OppoblteTelegraph Office. Astoria, Oregon.
TAY TITTTIK, 31. I.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON
n u-k-Koonisl.2. andS I'ylhlan llullrt
u. ,:i,iiiKSCE-On Cedar Sticet. back of
-i MaryV Hospital.
t.O. R. ESTKS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
on-ice : Ceni Bui'dlrig, up stairs. Astoria,
Ttt. AJiPREB KI.VXKY.
Office at Kinney's Cannery.
Will only attend patients at his offlee, and
may be found there at any hour.
.1X1. A. DOUKXS. GEO. XOI.KVD
.Of.AXD & DORRIS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
office In Kinney's Block, pposite City
Hail, Astoria. Oregon.
ATTORNEVS AT LAW.
tt.M.nibSand C.Odd Fellow Butldlnfr
1 KI.O F. PARKER
SURVEYOR OF CLATSOP COUNTY
Ex-Clty Surveyor of Astoiia
dllce : N. E. corner Cass and A stor streets,
KooniNo.a Up Stair.
ittm-ney ami Counsellor .I liuiv.
.r.ce on Chenamus Street, Astoria, Oregon.
ATTORNEY AT JAW.
Rooms No. 11 and 12. Pjthlan CaSlle Build
ing. T . KAYHOXD.
ORJce in City Hall, Astoiia. Oregon.
Kooms In Allen's Building, up stairs, cor
ner Cass and Squcinoqtia streets. AMorta
I have permanently located in Astoria, to
practice Dentistry. 1 have all the late im
proved appliances. Xoue hut the very best
or work aoue ami satisfaction guaranteed.
Offlce in Kinney's Building.
"O K. SPEDDKX,
Senrcherof Titles, Abstracter and
Offlce on Cass Street. 3 doors south of As
torlan ofUce, Astoria, Oregon.
General Agency of
TITTM. C AAIB,
Real Estate, Insurance and Money
Valuable Properties for Sale or Lease in
Upper Astoria. Accounts Adjusted, and
Book Keeping dono on Short Notice. Office
with Col. bpeddeu, cor. Jefferson and Cass
streets, Astoria, Oregon.
A. V. Allen,
Wholesale and Itetail Dealt-r in
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Wines, LiquorsJobacmCig f$
1 nlO rArCllKoirsUftCo'sKewinsperAd-
CVlfBTflMCi Bitteror bad taste inxaauth;
I Oinil lulilVi tongue coated vrhste or
' covered with a brown fur; pain in the back, sides,
! or joints often mistaken for Rheumatism; sour
Btomacn ; loss 01 appeuie ; sometimes nausea
and waterbrash, or indigestion; flatulency and
acid eru&ations; bowels alternately costircand
lax; headache; loss of memory, with a painful
sensation of having failed to do something which
ought to have been done; debility; low spirits;
a thick, yellow appearance of the skin and eyes;
a dry cough; fever; restlessness; the urine is scanty
and high-colored, and, if allowed to stand, deposits
SIMMS LIVER RE9ULAT0R
Is generally used in the South to arense !-r
Torpid Liver to a healthy a&ion.
It acts with extraordinary efficacy on the
- and BOWELS.
AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC TOR
Blck Headache, Jaundice.
Mental Depression, Bowtl Cuiuplaints,
Etc, Etc., Etc.
Endorsed by the use of 1 Millions of Bottles, a-
THE BEST FAMILY MEDICINE
For Children, for Adults, and for the Aged.
SAFE TO TAKE IN ANY CONDITION OF THE SYSTEM!
J. H.ZE1LIN & CO.,
solb raoraiKTORS, PHILA DELPH I A, PA
From these sources arise three-fourths
oftho diseases of the human raco. These
indicate their existence:
.oss of Appetite. Bowels costive.
Sick Headache, fullness after eat
ing, aversion to exertion of body or
mind, Eructation of food, Irritabil
ity of temper, Lowspirlts, A feeling
of having neglected some duty,Viz
before the eyes, hlphly colored
the use ofareraedytlmtaots directly on
tho Liver. AsalivermcdicineTUTT'S
PILLS have no equal. Their action on
the Kidneys and Skin la nlso prompt;
removing all impurities through these
three " scavengers of the system,"
producing appetite, sound digestion,
regular stools, a clear skin and a Tig
orous body. TUTT'S MdUi cause no
nausea oi griping nor interfere frith,
dally wopk und are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
Sold eTerywhere259. Office u aiurraySt.N V.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
GratUais or Wihskees changed in
stantly to a GLossr Black by a single
application of this Dye. Sold by Drug.
Osts,or sent hy express on receipt of SL
Offlce, 44 Murrav Street, New York.
nrra iLuruii. or vziizl sxsisq rszs.
1? jasc what its name implies ; a
Purely Vegetable "Compound, lhal
acts directly upon tne ifV"er : curing
the many diseases
portant organ, and
ting the mi
arise from its
eta It is therefore s
:he lAVer must be kept in orrler.'
DS. BAOTOBD'S LIVES IK7IGOEAT0E.
rnvifforatea the Liver, Regulates the Bow
U, Strengthens the System, Purines the
BI ood , Assists Digestion, Prevents Fevers,
a a Household Heed. An Invaluable
Family Medicine for common complaints
DH. SAOTOED'3 LT7EB HTVIGOBATOE.
An experience of Forty years, and Tliou,
lands of Testimonials prove its Merit.
FOIt SALE BY ALT. DEALERS IN JTEDICXKES
Fcr frll mfomntlon 6cnd your address for lOt
L-9Bnok oa the "Liver and its diseases," U
VoiarOED 24 DUANE ST.. KE1T TOOK CUT
Furniture and Upholstering,
Mattresses Made aud Repaired.
Paper Hanging. Carpets Sewed
Furniture Sold on Commission.
Suor. corner Main and Jefferson Streets
C. E. BAIN.
DOORS, WINDOWS, BRACKETS,
Mouldings, Window Frames, etc.
A Full Supply of Material. BldsTurnlshed :
Contract Work a Specialty.
illll and Offlce on the Old Site.
Calling Thxt Are Open to tado
Mrs. Henrietta Wolcott said : "s.
intimate expenenc-; with two la
expositions in Uo-ion and New
leans enables iu :o assume at t
outset that womsn are imiustri'U
TJiere may hi 51U aniiaira!e?s w v
en in our in" St, 'tut they me in iv
minority. t:n? mas, wlietsier rlf.i
or poor, younror M, buitvu in lliu
virtue ot h: I'-ntrv. InliiKMu-e
years of inheutuuee hnw !tt in !:.
minds of many nion. its well mu in.ri
women, the idea thai only in the tin
vacyathomc ma wuinenbeinduhtii
ous. "Labor in the home for those n t
under the roof has been strongly op
posed by communities still later, bra
to-day women are comingto the front
as skilled laborers in many fiel-lH.
The natural increase in population
and emigration developed the need
of the activities of women outside the
home and not merely in the church,
but whenever and wherever faithful
and industrious hands could be em
ployed to advantage for the benefit
of community or corporations. In
the missionary societies women al
ways "have found a field for labor.
Money compensation has always
a strong attractive force, and it is
not to be wondered at that women
desire to possess it for itself as a
lever with which to move obstacles
in limited spheres.
rassmg over as well known the
details of teaching work in some
sections of our country, seven-eighths
of the whole corps of teachers in pub
lic schools being women, also those
who teach in homes, private schools
aud as specialists in science, art, art
embroidery, vocal and instrumental
music, dancing, deportment, foreign
languages, sewing, cooking, and dec
oration of china and pottery, are to
be found in such numbers that one
often feart lest the teachers outnum
ber the pupils. Last year the tuning
of pianos was taught as a business to
women. Women in scientific pur
suits already stand well, recent as
has been the departure. Physicians,
chemists, dentists, geologists, botan
ists, entomologists, astronomers and
many others have shown that patient
industry, added to a love for the spe
cial study subjected, has borne good
fruit. Women serve on State boards
of education, on boards of charities,
of health and of lunacy, on school
boards and superintendents of public
schools, as writers and copyists in
probate courts and records, as well
as the registry of deeds work which
requires precision, neatness and in
dustry ; as superintendents in penal
and reformatory institutions, as ma
trons, wherever the sick, the insane,
the feeble-minded, the deaf, dumb
or blind are gathered together into
asylums; as nurses in homes, in hos
pitals, or following the army to labor
in the cold and with few comforts,
women have already achieved much
good work. Plainly, these industries
cannot be ticketed and exhibited;
they exist, and the world in general
is aware of it.
"Of creat importance also mav be
considered the women of the press.
While qualities of high order tempt
women In numerous instances to
assume the arduous duties and re
sponsibilities of editors and sub
editors, there are hosts of women
who are laboring industriously to
fill the public demand for petty de
tails of all public gatherings, caucu
ses, receptions, balls, concerts and
fashion 'openingsetc. A year since,
when it was proposed to inaugurate
a National Press Association at the
New Orleans Exposition, official
correspondence revealed over two
hundred newspapers on whose staff
women were employed."
"You can talk all you please
about big feats in railroading," said
a Western conductor, "but I guess
we can beat 'em all. Our trackmen
have been engaged for somo time in
straightening out the track and
shortening curves. Our superin
tendent is a hustler, I want you to
know, and the other day he deter
mined to reduce tho distance be
tween Smithville and Union five
"In one day?"
"Yes, sir, in one day. It isn't
every road that can afford improve
ments of that magnitude. But our
line is making money now, and the
superintendent said we had used
that long track long enough."
"But how did he manago to do
fie job so quick? Must have taken
s 'veral thousand men?"
0h, no; one man did the whole
thing. It took him about ten min
utes. You see, when our road was
first built, traffic was light and
profits doubtful. So the distance
between stations was put down on
Ihe time card at from one to five
miles greater than it actually was.
Of course, all passengers were
charged three cents a mile accord
ing to tne distance, uur directors
declared many a dividend on the
strength of those extra miles."
"Of the wealth of the world,"
Bays a fanciful statistician, "$730,
000,000 is owned by four men, as
follows : Mackay,. $275,0 00.000;
Bothschild, $200,000,000; Vander
bilt, $175,000,000, and tho Duke of
Westminster, $86t000,000. Their in
come per minute is $25, $20, $18 and
More Ilvmane Treatment or
Machinery is doing a vast amount
of labor for man, but horses are not
dispensed with, on the contrary
their number is increasing in this
country every year. Not only so,
but their quality is improving, both
for the carriage and heavy work.
No other creature is so valuable a
servant to man. He is often ill
treated, not so much from intention
as from ignorance of wliat is right.
Don't build the manger so high as
to make it unnatural, and therefore
painful, for the horse to eat from it.
Remember a horse is a grazing ani
mal, constructed to take his food
from the ground. When the head
is down near the surface of the
earth, the swallowing muscles are in
a position to do their work; but
whenthe head is raised four or five
feet high, the muscles are restricted
in their action. What is supposed
to be gained by the high mangers in
the development of high neck and
shoulders is more than lost in the
depressed back or "saddle back" of
the horse in consequence of the un
natural elevation of the head. The
bottom of the feed-box and manger
should not be above the horse's
knees, or, what is better, never more
than one foot from the floor. The
manger should be two feet deep,
measuring from the top, and about
two feet four inches wide at the top.
Make the feed box at the bottom of
Some claim that the floor of the
stall should be level instead of de
scending from the manger toward
the rear, and use more and bet
ter absorbents. In so doing you
not only save the most valuable
part of tho fertilizing of the horses,
but you remove the strain of stand
ing with his hind feet lower than
the forward ones. When at rest in
the pasture the horse chooses to
Btand with his forward feet lower
than his hind feet; this he does to
throw the center of gravity nearer
the fore legs and shoulders, by
which the projecting neck is bal
anced by the rear portion of .the
The horse wants clean food and
drink. Nothing is clean where a
hen goes. Hens should be kept
away from horses, not only from
fouling their food but from commu
nicating lice. These parasites are
difficult to remove from horses when
once upon them. Don't work a
horse all day upon the farm, and at
night turn him out to pick up a
scanty supper, when he should bo
resting in the stable after eating.
All that a horse requires for his serv
ices is rest, food, and drink, and he
is cruel who denies these. There is
economy in keeping a working team
in the stable at night, where it can
be regularly feed, and is always
ready for use. Don't scrimp the al
lowance of suitable food. All a
horse needs of hay and grain to keep
in good condition, it is for the profit
of his owner to supply. New En
Teetering Up aad Down.
A speculator in four years has paid
one firm in Wall Street the sum of
$250,000 in commissions. He was a
wealthy man when he went into the
street, with a laudable but unwar
rantable desire to increase his patri
mony by speculating in stocks.
Now, so 'heavy have been his losses
that ho would" be satisfied if he pos
sessed the sum he has paid out in
commissions. As it is, he will cheer
fully accept a clerkship in the said
firm, who wish to avail themselves
of Iub numerous acquaintances to in
increase their custom. If he had
been contented with a handsomo
sufficiency for the day, amounting
really to a s u pe r a bu n d a n c e, he
would now be in aflluence instead of
in the position of comparative desti
tution he is. On the other hand, a
young clerk a few years ago com
menred to speculate in the street
with $200, the savings of a year's
abstinence from smoking, and now
is worth in real estate over $1,000,
000 and several more in securities.
In Wall Street speculation, more
than in anything else, what is game
for one man is ruin for another.
Arabella Now do tell me, dear,
why you broke your engagement
with Mr. Golden. Julia Well, I
found he was too fond of drawing
and painting. Arabella Why, I
should think that would justsuit you,
with your artistic tastes. Julia
But his taste ran to drawing checks
and painting the town.
To be thoroughly -good natured,
and yet avoid being imposed upon,
shows great strength of character.
Physicians hate Found ont
That a contaminating and foreign element lu
the blood, developed by indigestion. Is the
cause of lheumatlsm. This settles upon the
sensitive sub-cutaneous coveringof the mus
cles and ligaments of the joints, causing con
stant and shifting pain, and aggregating as a
calcareous, chalky deposit which produces
stiffness and distortion of the joints. No fact,
which experience has demonstrated in regard
to Hobtctter's Stomach Bitters, has stronger
evidence to support than this, namely, that
this medicine of comprehensive uses checks
the formidable and atrocious disease, nor is it
less positively established that It is prefer
able to the poisons often used to arrest it,
slnca the medicine contains only salutary In
gredients. It is also a signal remedy for
malarial fevers, constipation, dyspepsia, kid
ney and bladder ailments, debility and other
disorders. See that you get the genuine.
This powder never varies. A marvel ol
purity, streneih and wholesonieness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and can
I not be sold in competition with the nmlti-
muo oi low icai, snort weigm, aium or pitus-
Bhate powders. Sold nnlu in cans. Kov.u.
iakixoPowdkrCo. iOGWa!l-sr.. X. Y.
WHERRY & C0HPAHY,
Fresh and Cured 3ieatt
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT FtOTtU
JHK.VA3IU Street. Antoria, Ok.
Main direct, - Astoria, Oregon.
BEK.WAX & C'O.iMlOFKir.TOltH
Hon of the nul
CALL THE ATTEN-
ubllc to the fact that the
above Market w 111 alvv
ys be supplied with a
FULL VAKIETY AND HEST QUALITY
FRESH AHD OUSED WlEATb . I
AVlilcIi will be sold at lowest rates, whole
sale and rt-tall .
Egy-Speclal attention given to supplying
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Brier Pipes,
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
COKNEU MAIN AND CHKXAMUS STS.
MTJEUAY & CO.,
And Dealers in
Special Attention Givento Filling
A FLL LINE CARRIED
And Supples furnished at Satis
Purchases delivered in any part of the city.
Office and "Warehouse
In Hume's New Ruildin" on Water Street.
I. O. Ilox 153.
Telephone No. 37.
WYATT & THOMPSON.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A Full Stock or
Canned Fresh Mackerel,
Canned Fresh CodGsh,
Canned Fresh Finnan Iladdies,
Canned Roast Roof,
Canned Pig's Feet,
Atmore's rium Pudding,
Atmore's Mince Meat,
A Fine Assortment of Canned Vegetables, etc I
J. H. D. GRAY.
Wholesale aud retail dealer In
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND AND CEMENT.
General Storage and 'Wharfage on reason
able terms. Foot of Benton street, Astoria,
THAN THE GOODS
Qauiity can Always
?5S2 ZjJJlDEN FUXMILLS.USBURN.IREIANDT MNNA7i.
SS , ,,,, HOUSE FOUHDED. 1734-.--. ' f -JsSSaL
' no a Kin
ExperieiiGBu MfflmJsB i Otter !
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
S17 and 519 Market Street, - - - SAN FRANCISCO,
AGENTS FOlt PACIFIC COAST.
Seine Twines, Eope and
A FTJIjI. STOCK
The Telephone Saloon.
T lie Finest Establishment of
the Kind in Astoria.
Especially fitted up for
tho Comfort and
Convenience of t
hoso who enloy a
The Dcst or Wines and Liquors,
The Choicest Cigars.
Everything New and First-Class.
K. L,. JEFFREY. Prop'r.
Through Freight on Fast Time!
THE NEW STEAMER
Which has been specially built for thft comfort of passengers will leave
Wilson & FIshe?s Dock every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M.
Returning leaves Portland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at t P. M.
BTAn additional trip will be made on SuHday of Each Week, leaving Portiaa 0
at O'cIecK SHartay Mornm. Passengers b this route cact at KaUma
tor Sound ports. D B- scon , rresmenti
OF ANY OTHER
IN THE WORLD.
be Depended on
Netting Constantly on Hand.
RANGE CAN BE HAD IN AS
TORIA ONLY OF
E, B. HAWE9,
CALL AND EXAMINE II, YOU
WILL BE PLEASED.
E. It. nAWES Is also agent for the
Ml patent Cootif Ste
And other first-class Stoves.
Furnace "Work. Steam Fit
tin 2s. etc., a specialty.
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Camalian & Go.
I. "W. CASE,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND
-.IKI'AIL DEALERS IN
Corner Chenamus and Cass streets.