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VOL. XXV, NO. 515.
ASTORIA, OREGON, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, J88G.
PRICE, tflVE CENTS. -
E. K. COOVFET.
Attorneys at Law and Notaries Public.
Sueclal attention given to collections and
Special attention given
examining titles. '
Offick Rooms l ami j, over City Book
i b. .n.vBri. v. v...
Architect and Civil Engineer.
(H'FICK-Iioow a. KuijibH of Pjthla
BNlt-'. A. 1.. fcnd J. A. VVISVOX.
5hj sl.iaus uxiA Suvseow.
Will nl prompt attention t all e.dK
.man ait of tlits city or country.
onWuviT Aliens Store, comer Ca-s and
tiutn(Miua street1). Astoria. Oregon.
X It. V It X H. XA K.
Opposite Telegraph Office. Astoria, Oregon.
AY TIITTIS:, M. 1-
PHYSICIAN AN1 SUKUKU
ikkh'k Rooms 1.2. and 3 Ptlih-.iif'.ulld-
ItK-SIOKNI'K On tvlu
Sheet, back of
"i. MaryS Hospital.
it.o. . i'.stks
I'll YMCIAN" AND srKOEON.
okku-k: ttriii Itnlidlnjj. up stalls, Astoria.
R. ALFUKO KIXNKY,
Office at Kinney's Cannery.
Will only attend patlenNat his office, and
may be fouud tliere at any hum.
.1 . A. DOKltlS.
.ouku fc noisRis,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office in Kiiinei'a Block, opposite Clt
Hall. Astoria. Oregon.
w. KU I.TOX.
A'lTOUNEYS AT LAW.
Rooms Sand O.Odd Fellows Building.
t KI.O b 1'ARRF.K
SURVEYOR OF CLATSOP COUNTY
Ex-City Surveyor of Astoria
office :-N. K. cornpr Cass and A stor stueH.
Room No.S Up Stairs.
Vttorney ntisl t'uiuiNrfltii- t I.tiiv,
onire on Clioiaiiius Slteet, Astoria, Oiejjon.
ATTORNEY AT J,AY.
Rooms No. II and 12. Pj thian CmtW Build
OlDceln City Hall, Astoils. Oregon.
E. II AAV.
Kooiiis In Aliens Building, up staha. cot
tier Cass and Squenioqu.i stieets. Astoila
I have permanently located In Astoila. o
practice Dentist! r
1 have all the late lm
None but the ery bfst
of voik done anil satisfaction gnaraii
OWce in Kimiej's Building.
geiirrhcrof Titles, Abetraeter an.1
Ouit'oon Cuss itro"t. 3 doors .Jitth of At
tnil.au iftlce, As!ori, Oregon.
General Agency of
vy.w. B. ADtllt,
Henl KMsile, Insurance and Money
Valuable Properties for Sale or Lease lu
Upper Astoila. - Accounts Adjusted, and
Book Keeping done oa fehort Notice. Office
with Col. Spedden, cor. Jefferson and Cass
streets, Astoria, Oregon.
A. V. Allen,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer lu
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGErABLES.
costi3 KlflxliffitixliTS KCWYOKI.
T IVFR R Mil I OTA ft
kkk I lill AiiivIOlill 1 VAk
"For all Disease cf the
Liver, Sidneys, Stcmach and Spleen.
This purely vegetable pre
paration, now so celebrated as a
Family Medicine, originated in
the South in 1828. It act
Sently on the Bowels and
Jdneys and corrects the
action of the Liver, and is, there
fore, the best preparatory
medicine, whatever the sick
ness may prove to be In all
common diseases it will, un
assisted by any other medi
cine, effect a speedy cure.
The Regulator is safe to administer in any
condition of the system, and under no circum
stances can It do harm. It will invigorate
ItVi- a plies nf urine, hut ic no intoxicating never.
I' age to lead to intemperance: vvill promote di
gestion, dissipate headache, and gener
ally tone up the system. The dose is scull,
I not unpleasant, and its virtues undoubted.
I Xolossof tline.uolnter-
i ruptlon or stoppage of
business while taking the
1 Children complaining of
i Colic. Headache, or Jslck
Stomach, a teaspoonful or
more will give relief.
If taken occasionally by pa
tients exposed to MALARIA,
will expel the poison and protect
them from attack.
A MIVSIC1AV8 OPINION,
I have been practicing medicine for twenty years,
and have never been able to put up a vegetable
compound that would, like Simmons Liver Regu
lator, promptly and effectively move the Liter to
action, s.nd at the same time aid (instead of weak
ening) the digestive and assimilative powers of the
system. L. M. Hinton, M. D .Washington, Ark.
SKK Til KT YOU GET THE GENUINE.
. H. Zeilin & Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
rroni these sources arise three-fourths
of the diseases of the human race. These
symptoms indicate their existence:
.Lioss or A
joss of Appetite. Bowels costive.
LOache. tuiluesB alter eat
ing, aversioa to exertion of body ox
mind, Eructation of f aod, XrritablN
ity or temper, i.orsplrtts, Aieeiing
before the eyes, highly colored
the use of a remedy that acta directly on
the Liver. AsaLivermcdiclueTOxX'S
1'IE.LS have no equal. Thelractionon
tlie Kidneys and Skin is also prompt;
three scavengers of the system,"
producing appetite, sound digestion.
regular stools, a clear akin and a ig-
orous body. TOTT'S PILLS cause no
nausea oi griping nor interfere "with,
dally vrouk and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
tiold everywhere 25s. OHlce 44 AlurraySUN V.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
GeatHaik ob'Wiiisieus changed in
stantly to aGLossr Buck bj' a single
application of Uils DiK. Sold by Drug
Office, 44 Murravfitroet, New York.
V77?2 lUXUAXi Of tJSITOL SXCIrS3 F2XZ.
Did you Sup-
pose Mustang Liniment only good
for horses? It is for inflamma
tion of all flesh.
A Clear Skin
is only a part of beauty;
but it is a part Every lady
may nave it ; at least, what
looks like it. Magnolia
Balm both fresheYis and
Furniture and Upholstering,
Mattresses Made and ltepatred.
Paper Hanging. Carpets Sewed
Purniture Sold on ComtniBsion.
Shop, corner Main and Jefferson Streets
Wo luive a new Mill, first class, with
heavy machinery to kult the
Suited to the
Alo for the lighter kinds of Ketsand Seines.
All kinds of Nets and Seines ma'de to order,
tetters promptly answered. Prices Low.
Gloucester Net and Twine Co.,
9e Comaiirclkl Street. Bo ton.
ietle Iiine 1m Germany- IVhat
Tke Serraat Dees.
The domestic machinery of the
Germans is much simpler than ours,
and in many respects more econom
ical and practical. One truth is soon
made apparent to a stranger that
is, that economy is a necessity in
Germany. In a family of seven
there is usually but one servant.
She rises at five, washes the floor
and puts her own room in order. At
six the baker comes, then the man
with the milk and butter. The Ger
mans never put salt in butter, so
they buy it fresh every morning.
The children are awakened and the
maid helps them to dress, then
makes the coffee and serves it, first
to the older children, who are obliged
to be off to school at half-past six in
the summer and seven in the winter.
This done, in our family, the maid
puts my sitting-room in order, washes
the floor, dusts the furniture and
shakes the rugs. At seven we have
coffee, and by half-past seven I am
ready to begin my work. After the
rest of the family are served witli
coffee and rolls, the sleeping and
other rooms are put in order, each
floor being washed or waxed and the
rugs thoroughly beaten; then tlte
maid goes to the market to buy the
dinner. Tliere are no supplies in
the larder in German' as at home.
If cold boiled ham or any cold meat
is needed for supper the maid goes
to the butcher and buys just enough
for the meal.
A custom that struck me curiously
was that of having shop3 in the
basements of even the handsomest
houses on the most fashionable
streets. Butchers, bakers, shoemak
ers, notion stores, jewelers, all can
be found within a radius of a block
from any given point. It is un
doubtedly convenient for the people,
but it mars the beauty of the streets
yery much. My maid has gone to
market, I believe, so by this time
she has returned and is preparing
me second DreaKiast, which is
served at eleven, and consists of a
couple of eggs, and a slice of brown
bread, and, perhaps, a glass of milk
for a boarder; but for the children
and the rest of the family it is usu
ally only a slice of brown bread an
inch and a half thick, with a little
cold meat. Occasionally a cup of
chocolate varies the "monotony.
Then comes the dinner at two soup,
meat and vegetables and dessert;
the latter the children are only al
lowed to have Sundays. After the
soup has been served the lady, of
the house puts what she intends for
the maid in a dish, and on no ac
count would a servant bo allowed to
take more than had been given her.
The same plan is followed with meat
and vegetables. After the dinner
dishes are washed and the kitchen
put in order the maid dresses and
takes the children out for a walk in
the park, returning in time for five
o'clock coffee, which even the little
three-year-old boy of my landlady
drank every day. It was a problem
to me how these children kept their
health with coffee in the morning
and afternoon and at night I am
sure American children could not
At eight supper is eaten. Cold
meats, tea, or milk or beer, and
bread and butter compose the meal.
The laundry work is always done
out of the house, so that lessens the
work of the one maid very materi
ally. All bread, cakes, pies, and
even puddings are bought ready
made, as we say of clothes. The
bread is much better than ours, be
cause it is always thoroughly done.
A good maid is not paid more than
$20 a year, and in many families only
$12. They are allowed one Sunday
evening out in two weeks, and if
they should come home later than
they have promised they do not go
out again for a month. All disputes
between mistress and maid are set
tled by the police. In one house I
was in the quarrels were so frequent
that one policeman, at least, was
there most of the time.
German women are much inter
ested in their housekeeping; they
obey their husbands religiously, be
cause they have to, and are very
fond of fancy work and gossip.
They are very tenacious of their ti
tles, and if a lady's husband is a
doctor or professor and you do not
call her frau doctor or frau professor
you offend her mortally. I told my
German teacher that 1 had some
friends in Berlin whom I had met
some years ago in Rome, and asked
how I should address the lady, as I
was going there to dine. I thought
the gentleman's title was Justizirath ;
then I mightcall her Frau Justizirath.
"But," I said, "he is also Gehei
meraUi." "Oh. then, that is still
higher and she must be called Frau
Geheimerath." Later on in the con
versation I mentioned that he was
also Professor in the University.
The look of amazement and surprise
I got and the way in which she said,
"How lucky that you told me; you
must call her Frau Professor," con
vinced me that I would have made
a serious mistake if I had used
either of the first-mentioned titles.
From a Girl's Letter in the New
York Christian Advocate.
The next Polar expedition is to be
composir4rcluaively of New York
policemen. They have reached
more ., polls with their clubs than
anybody in this country, and even
say it is warm work.-LowU Citi-tn.
Puck offers some timely sugges
tions to its youthful readers, from
which we extract the follewing:
A PRESENT FOR PAPA.
When the joyous Christmas-time
approaches, the" little folks are great
ly perplexed to determine what they
shall select as a present that will
pleaso papa. Let them procure an
ordinary black jug. Thereare gener
ally several such vessels lying about
the house. Select one holding about
a quart. The elder sister, who, in
her artless way, consumes much
time and pigments in painting
placques and panels, should be
coaxed to decorate the jug with some
dainty little designs apropos to the
season, taking the precaution to la
bel each one so that the other mem
bers of the family may not mistake
a cherub for a stork. Then fill the
vessel with old rye, and put a cork
in the mouth of the jug. The cork
need not be decorated. When papa
sees his present, he may not go into
raptures over its uisthetic exterior;
but when he discovers that it is
loaded, his delight will be unbound
ed, and he will highly praise the
thoughtfulness of his little darlings.
Indian clubs should be in every
house where there are children.
Besides being handy to whack a
strange dog over the head, if properly
used they develop and strengthen the
muscles, promote health, and knock
ornaments off the mantel-piece. A
very good pair of such clubs can be ob
tained at no expense by sawing the
bottom legs off the bedstead in the
spare room. This will cause the bed
to slope at a rather sharp angle, but
in a sanitary point or view this is an
advantage. Eminent medical au
thority declares that sweet slumber
can be more quickly wooed when the
body reclines in that position. Pil
lows can also be dispensed with.
Quite a handsome picture frame
can be manufactured, by either girl
or boy, by simply removing the wal
nut moulding fiom a five-dollar mir
ror, and covering the wood with a
couple of coatings of gold paint.
This paint costs only fifty cents a
bottle, and a dollar's worth is suffi
cient for the purpose. When the
frame is finished, you will be both
pleased and surprised to find that it
is quite as good as the one which the
picture-dealer sells for seventy-five
Idleness, the Hardest Work.
" My boy you are entering by sloth
into the most laborious of existences.
Stop while there is yet time, and
save yourself, otherwise it is all over
with you. Labor is the law, and
whoever lepulses it as a bore, must
have it as a punishment. You do
not wish to be a laborer, and you
will be a slave. Ah, you do not care
for the honest fatigue of men, and
you are about to know the sweat of
the damned ; while others sing, you
will groan. You will see other men
working in the distance, and they
will seem to you to be resting. The
laborer, tho reaper, the sailor, the
blacksmith, will appear to you in the
light, like the blessed inmates of a
paradise. You want fine black cloth,
polished shoes, to scent your head
with fragrant oil, to please creatures,
and be a pretty fellow; you will
have your hair close shaven, and
wear a red jacket and wooden shoes.
You want a ring on your finger, and
will wear a collar on your neck, and
if you look at a woman you will be
beaten. And you will go in there at
twenty, and come out at fifty j'ears
of age. You will go in young, red
cheeked, healthy, with your spark
ling eyes, and all your white teeth,
and your curly locks, and you will
come out again broken, bent, wrin
kled, toothless, horrible, and gray
headed ! Ah, my poor boy, you are
on the wrong road, and indolence is a
bad adviser, for robbery is the hard
est of labors. Take my advice, and
do not undertake the laborious task
of being an idler." Les Miserables.
I'Ujdlclftns hare Found out
Tlia1 a rontaminatlngand foreign element In
the liti'ud. developed by Indigestion, is the
cause r i hi'iimatlMii. 'I his settles upon the
sens"itivesnb-cutaneou'coerliip:of the mus
cles and UgamciitsoftheJolnts,caiis!ngcon-
daut and shifting pain, and aggregating as a
calcareous, chalky deposit which produces
Uttuesau(i distortion of the joints. No fact,
which expeilenre has ilemoast rated In regard
to Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, has stronger
evidence to suprort than this, namely, that
this medicine of comprehensive uses checks
the formidable and atrocious disease, nor Is it
less positively established that it ii preler
able to the poisons often ucd to arrest It,
since the medicine contains only salutary In
gredients It Ls also n sigual remedy for
malarial fevers, constipation, dyspepsia, kid
ney and bladder aliments, debility and other
disorders. See that ou get the genuine.
Kor lame Back, Side r Client u-e
Shiloh's Porous Plaster, Pnc 2." conis.
For sale by W. E. Dement.
Horseshoeing a Specialty,
Shop lu Rear of Aug. Danielson's Saloon.
IJSAll Work Guaranteed JZ
Six Men Wanted.
mO DO DYKING ON MY PLACE ON
A. Young's bay. 2H miles from Astoria.
Wages from Si to 1.50 a dav aud board.
Pack'" Idea of Holiday
IvoL Inch E1q
pii II lall rid
W i HAVE Ni
Tills pov.der never varies. A marel oi
purity, Mrenjjtli aud wholeMimeness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, aud ran
not be sold In competition with the multi
tude of low test, short weight, alum or phos
phate powders. Sold tily in can. Kovai.
Baki.no Powder Co. 10c Wall-st.. N. V.
WHERRY & COUPAWy,
Fresli and Cured Meats,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOihL.
CUK.VAMUS Street. Antoila. Ou.
JlulnMirol, . lalotlu, Oirxon.
KESPL'CTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN
tlnn of the public to the fact that the
above Market vUl always be supplied with a
FULL VPJETY AND HEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED WJEATb !
Y?h!eh will be nr.m at lowest rate.4, whole
sale and retail.
ESjfSpeclal attention glreu to supplying
Gigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Biter Pipes,
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
COKNF.lt MAIN AND CHKXAMUS STS.
MUREAY & CO.,
And Dealers lu
special Attention Given to Filling
A FLL LINE CARRIED
And Supples inmlshed at Satis
Purchases, delivered hi any part of the city.
Office and. Warehouse
It KimifS New ihuldtn on Water Street.
P.O. Hox l.".
Telephone No. 37.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1878.
Warranted absolutely pare
Cocoa , from widen the excess oi
Oil has been removed. It hsafAm
timet the strength of Cocoa mixed
with Starch, Arrowrootor Sugar,
and ia therefore far more econom-
ical, costing Uss than one cent a
cup. It U delicious, nourishing.
strengthening, easily digested.
and admirably adapted for Inval
ids as well as f or persons in health.
Sold by Grocers eTcrjiriiere.
W. BAKER & CO, Dorcliester, Mass,
J. H. D. GKAI.
Wholesale and retail dealer lu
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND AND CEMENT.
-GeueTal Storage and "Wharfage on reason
able terms. Foot cf Beaton street, Astoria,
HAVE NO EQ
" ,fBfr"i3j"""l"pi"t ffiSn""Md 7df fssfc i'T fNfciSsiSrlltBHiy
GRAND PRIZE PARIS 1878.
THEY HAVE BEEN AWARDED
AT THE VARIOUS
THAN THE GOODS OF ANY OTHER
m 1HK WORLD.
Qauiiiy can Always be Depended on !
Exierieiicfiu Fishermen Use i Otter !
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
5 1 7 and 5 1 9 Market Street, SAN FRANCISCO,
AGENTS Ij'OIt PACIFIC COANT.
Seine Twines, Rope and Netting Constantly on Hand.
THE NEW MODE I,
A FUIili STOCK
The Telephone Saloon.
The Finest Establishment of
tho Kind in Astoria.
Especially fitted up for the Comfort and
Convenience of those who enjoy a
The Best or Wines ami Liquors,
The Cltoli-est Cigars.
Everything New and First-Class.
IS. L. JEFFREY. I'rop'r.
,t?ev?YT3f 1 iu . h naHsJa-rvi'.i- -&.
Coliili Transportation Company.
Through Freight on Fast Time!
THE NEW STEAMER
Which has been specially built for the comfort of passenRers will leave
"Wilson & FJsher's Dock every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P.ll,
Returning leaves Portland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
orAB additional trip will be made on Sunday of Each .Weetc,Ieavingr Forttaa A
at CFcUck Sunday aioraUis. Passengers b this rontfconntct at
tor Sound ports.
RANGE CAN BE HAD INAB-
li: 8, HAWB9,
CALL AND EXAMINE 11, YOU
WILL BE PLEASED.
t. K. HAWKS Is also agent for the
Ml patent Cootinr'StoYe
And other first-class Stoves,
Furnaco "Work Steam Fit
tings, etc.. a apeoialty-
ALWAYS ON HAND-
Carnaliaii & Go.
I. W. CASE, '
IMPORTERS AND JVUOLUSALE AND
.KrAlL DKALERS IN -
''oruer Chenamus and Cass streets.
A-n'lUA - - OREGON
0. B. SCOTT, President
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