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ASTORIA, OREGON, SUNDAY, MARCH -21, J 880.
PRICE. MVE CENTS.
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BUSINESS CA11DS.
I. R. THOVSGV, E. n. r&ow ET.
TSEO3ES0K 4fc COOTERT.
Attorneys at Lev? and Notaries PuUIc.
Snccfcd attention given :o coi'.eilloas ard
e-ntlnis tlUe.
Ornru-Koumsl an.l o, over City lJoK
.Store.
1 :. .1IAKT1X. ". 8.,
Architect and Civil Engineer.
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ISiltldlHg.
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tj .? stilt! Surgeons.
. t:i (.iu prtmiit atfcnlJon to :iti rails.
iti any iari of the city or cuunli).
i.Kfca-owrAHeii's Store, cimiut Jns nu.t
.m.mii streets. A"lisa. Oirjjon.
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PHYSICIAN AND .SlUGEON.
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Office at Kinneys Cannery.
W ill only tM.l atlt".jrt hw Aft', and
may be foiwil Mine Ml ny iiNr.
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PHYSICIAN AND M'ISflKOX.
Ke-Nileiifu, Vpfr Astoria, NtMmti Hon.
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A.HZ&NK
SURVEYOR OF CLA7S0P COUNTY
Ex-City Surveyor of Atona
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DEWTIST.
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.?: Onss und SqucHUMiim "Htt'o;-1. AstoriR
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DENTIST.
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pnictH- j)futitiv. 1 luivnlt tlif lt li
prtiveil r.piaMx '.:ir Iwl Jla vcrc l.-5t
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tcirluti .flk' Astoii i, (Uepiis.
General Age::cv of
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Uoal E;atf. Insnranw ::nt1 Mry
BROKER.
:ihibl rropi'ilit'S Tor S:ih or !e in
ppei AMoiiiu- Accountt Adjus'.fl. and
Hook K replug done on Miort NoJJrp. t rn'e
?1thCo1. KKiilru, ror. .lvllcrii Mini "afc
tr4eb, Astonn, ):to5!.
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Wholesale :uid Ketail Palrr in
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MILLFEED.
Glass and Plated Ware,
TKOP C VI. AM) DMMIXIU
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Togt-tlier itli
Wtnss, Liquars,?obacco,Cigar
ulate
RfS FAVORITE HOME REMEDY is
BS is 'warranted not to contain 2 single par
ft&l tide of Mercury or rny injurious sub
;ce, but is pnrcly vegetable.
It -s-Ul Cure aU DleaE32 caused
by Derangement of the Liver,
Kidneys and Stomaca.
If your Liver out cf order, then your
uholc system is dtransed The blood is
impure, the breath oSer.nve. you have
headache, feel laugu.i, dispirited and
nervous. To pre-.ent a more serious con
dition, take at once Simmons
TflfTiTJ REGULATOR. If you lead a
1 if fci Lc m!piirT !x" or Mifficr with
S3& 9 iSiiv Kiihivy AiTocUmis, avoid
umulants and tale iinmen I.tvsr Ksguutor.
ure to relieve.
If you have eaten anything hard of
digestion, or fL-cl heavy after meals or
sleepless at night, tatc a dose and you
.il! feel relieved and sleep pleasantly.
If you are a miserable sufferer with
Constipation, l)ype;-Ia and
Ilillousnos, seek rdief at once in
Simmons Liver Regulator It does not
require continual dosing, and costs but a
triile It u ill cure you
If you wake up in the morning .ith a
bitter, bad taste in your nuuth.
I
V Simmons Liver Regulator It cor-
rrfc thr Kilinnc ruriiarh urrnc
XI the Breath, and cleanses the Furred
I ongue. Chlluren olten need some sale uatnar
tic and Tonic to avert approaching sickness.
Simmons Liver Regulator will relieve Cube, Head.
jdie. Sick Stomach, Indigestion, Dysentery, and
tr.e Complaints incident to O,ildh0uJ
At anv time vou feel vour svt-:tn needs
cleansing, t-r.ing, regulating ithout violent
pursing, cr stimulating without intoxi
cating, tike
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PHEPAJ5ED BY
J. H. ZEILIfi & CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
riiicc si.oo.
LLS
TORPID BOWELS,
D5SOHDERED LIVER,
and MALARIA.
rronuheso sources arise thrco-fonrtbs
of the diseases cf the human race. These
cyiunloms Indicate their existence:
3.08S of Appetite( Bowels costive,
Hiclc Ilcadaclie, fullness after cat
ip,n version to cxertiouof body or
iMiud, Eructation of food, Irritabil
ity of teiupcr,I,ovsplrIt, A feeling
heforc tlte eyes, Iilphly colored
riliie.COA'STlPATIOA'.anddemand
I ho use of a remedy that acts directly on
tucl.her. AsaLivermedlcineTOTT'S
1'IJljL.S have no equal. Their action on
the Kidneys and Skin is also prompt;
removing all impurities through theso
three ( ncavengera of tlic system,"
l,ro.incin npneuie, sound uic
lfjcstlon,
1 eiruhir t-tools, a clear skin ant
;m a vig-
urottsbody. TDTT'S PILM.S cause no
nausea or gtiping nor interfere "with
dally work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE. TO MALARIA.
bitleerywi.erPS5;. OlhceiaiurraySt.Ny.
GniTllAin oe WnisKr.RS chaneed in
stantly to a tluissr Dlack by a singlo
unplicatiou of lids Dve. Sold by Drug.
'jsits.orsentby express on receiptor tu
Oalee, -it Murniv Street, Kew York.
vrsrrz 2ii:uAti of c:sfcl ei:sh?w rsis.
Sup-
you
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 have it ; at least, what
looks like it. Magnolia
Balm both freshens and
beautifies.
WV have :i new Mnl, first class, with
hcnw liiacliiuen to knit the
STROKC
TRAPS and
Suited to tin
SEIZES
Pacific Fisheries !
Also for Jhe lighter kisiilsof Netsand Seines.
All kiiuLs of Netsand Seines made to order.
Letters pr mptly answered. Prices Low.
Gloucester Net and Twine Co.,
fX Commercial .St rcet. Boston .
The Gem Saloon.
The Popular Resort for Astorians.
For the
Finest of Wines and Liquors
Go to THE GEM SALOON.
ALEX. CAMPBELL, - - PROPRIETOR
To Res
WlllWilK
TUXT5S
rlSI16!!6S, eudu.
S'i'fiANGE VISIONS.
Remarkable Outbreak of SelLs
Ioks EathasIaJ.
A remarkable outbreak of relig
ious hallucination occurredatSan Sal
vador, Bahama? Island, this year.
About January last a report was out
that a young girl had seen visions and
was under some influence not belong
ing to this world. Her excitement
soon communicated itself to others,
and in the course of a few weeks
some twenty young girls were
affected. They then organized relig
ious meetingsand much excitement
was caused.
I went once to see what took place
at these meetings. About fifty peo
ple sat round in a room singing, clap
ping hands, and stamping the feet,
keeping time to a kind of monotonic
chant. The girls who saw visions
were standing in the center, some
times walking up and down. They
had a vacant kind of stare. Gradu
ally the singing quickened, until at
last it became fast and furious. Then
the girls would dance, shout, and
bark like dogs.
After twenty minutes of this they
would fall down with a shriek.
Their struggles, cries, and foaming
at the'mouth were dreadful to see,
and in many cases it took four or
five men to hold them still. After
the fit was over they would lie ex
hausted for about one hour, then,
when they came to, they gave very
detailed accounts of the visions thev
had seen. A great deal of these
visions was, of course, nonsense,
but one thing was remarkable they
spoke of people doing things many
miles away from the place. Upon
inquiry it was found in some cases
that what they had seen corre
sponded exactly'with the events.
One most remarkable feature in
this outbreak was that it was not
connnea to one spot. Almost si
multaneously in every settlement
on the island (the island is forty-five
miles long and twelve broud in
places) similar outbreaks occurred.
Girls living at distances of five or
ten miles from the scene of the
"shouting meetings," as they were
called, would be seized. Being
seized with kind of frenzy, they
would run, as if by inspiration, to
the spot where the rest were assem
bled, no matter how far.
Most of those attacked with the
fits were people who belonged to the
Baptist society. Consequently their
visions were not of the Madonna,
but of the distinctive predestination
doctrines of their sect. Very glow
ing accounts were given of the vari
ous punishments and tortures re
served for the wicked in hell, and
they were most liberal in dispensing
these punishments among their
friends.
Up and down the island about 400
or 500 people were seized, and it was
at first thought it was a kind of epi
demic of hysteria. In a few cases
girls of highly- respectable character
were seized, and, although they did
not see visions, yet for weeks they
would have fits daily, and such was
their superhuman strength that I
haveseen a young girl of 16 struggle
out of the grasp of four strong men.
The outbreak lasted from January
to July, and at one time it wm feared
that it would lead to seriotl conse
quences, for all tlie people who -ave
credence to the visions neglected
work and abandoned themselves to
holding meetings day and night for
singing, shouting, barking, and
listening to accounts of the visions
eeen.
In the daytime, especially on Sun
days, they had processions with
banners. This led to some bad feel
ing, and in a few cases the law had
to be appealed to in the interests of
peace. It was a singular thing that,
although they organized themselves
into a sect, and all who disbelieved
in tbo visions were "heretics," yet
they showed the utmost courtesy
and good-will toward the church,
but toward their own particular de
nomination and the various other
sects they displayed great animosity.
The excitement has died out now,
and they have ceased to exist as a
sect. " P. Baurow Matthews,
Jiector, San Salvador, Nassau Diocete.
London Times.
Authority ou ffgs.
Little Tommy Curtis, four years
old, lives in the suburbs of Madison,
Wis., and his mamma keeps chick
ens. The other day, in order to
show what he could do to a room
full of company, he ransacked the
hen's nests, securing two eggs one
of ordinary size and the other ex
tremely large. With an air of im
portance he marched into the room
and exhibited the result of his
prowess.
"Dear me," said a lady, "what an
astonishing large egg." Tommy,
what kind of a hen was it that laid
this one V"
" 'Twant no hen," said Tommy,
authoritatively. "That's a rooster's
ejrg."
The Chinese scatter paper counter
feits of money on the way to the
grave, that the evil spirit following
the corpse may by delaying to gather
them remain in ignorance of the
locality of the grae. They also
scatter in the wind, above the grave,
paper images of the sedan-bearers
and other servants, that they may
overtake the soul and act in its service.
Gems of Tltonght.
Neglect no opportunity of doing
good, nor check the desire of doinz
it by a vain fear of what may hap
pen. Atterbury.
Seldom shall one see in rich fami
lies that athletic soundness and vigor
of constitution which are seen in cot
tages, where nature is cook and
necessity caterer. South.
It is a good thing to laugh, at any
rate; and if a straw can tickle a
man, it is an instrument of happi
ness. Beasts can weep when they
suffer, but .they cannot laugh. f Dry
den. He deserves disappointment who
gives with the hope of return. The
object of conferring a benefit should
be the good of the receiver, without
regard to any collateral advantage
to ourselves. Seneca.
It may be remarked, for the com
fort of honest poverty, that avarice
reigns most in tho3e"who have but
few good qualities to recommend
them. This is a weed that will only
grow in a barren soil. Hughes.
The most censorious are generally
the least judicious, who, having
nothing to recommend themselves,
will be finding fault with others.
No man envies the merit of another,
who has enough of his own. rRule
of Life.
Compliments of congratulation
are always kindly taken, and cost
one nothing but pen, ink and paper.
I consider them as draughts upon
good breeding, where the exchange
is always greatly in favor of the
drawer. Chesterfield.
The first in conversation is truth,
the next, good sense, the third, good
humor, and the fourth, wit. Swift.
"Where necessity ends, desire and
curiosity begin, and no sooner are
we supplied with everything nature
can demand than we sit down tc
contrive artificial appetites. John
son. Whera They Go to.
"It wasn't three days ago that 1
put three penholders and three blot
ting pads ou this desk, and not one
is to be found now."
It was a post-office official and he
referred to the writing-desk in the
corridor.
"What becomes of 'em?" asked
the reporter.
"Stolen."
"You don't mean to say that we
have people mean enough to steal
a half-penny blotting pad?"
"But E do. I see a dozen cases of
it a week."
"Who are the thieves?"
"Women, mostly. And when it
isn't a woman it's a business man.
Now, I'm going to stock up the de3k
again, and you hang around here for
awhile and see what you can see."
Three penholders, each supplied
with a new pen, and three fresh pads
of blotting paper were laid out, and
the watcher took his seat on a window-sill.
In about five .minutes a
young man with a brisk air rushed
up to the desk, directed a postal
card, and knocked one of the pen
holders off on the floor as he rushed
off. The second comer was also a
man, and he picked up the pen, di
rected a letter with it, gave a quick
glance around him and pocketed one
of the blotters. The third was
a woman, who put on her glasses,
wrote a postal, and coolly pocketed a
penholder. Then a boy lounged up
and stole another; and between two
business men who used the other
pen the second blotter was
pocketed. This left only one pen
holder and one blotter. After seven
or eight people had used them, a
woman with widow's weeds on di
rected a mourning envelope, stamped
it and rolled the penholder up in the
pad and pocketed both; regardless
of who might be watching. She
was not yet out of the building
when a man rushed up to the desk,
found nothing to write with, and
pounded the walnut with his fist
and growled eut:
"111 be hanged if I wouldn't like
to twist that postraarter's neck!
This shows how little care a public
official has for the convenience of
the public ! "Detroit Free Press.
Xo Boon tb at Science has Coaferred
lias been fraught with greater blis -lugs than
that which hasa-cmed to the inhabitants of
malarial ridden portions rf the United States
and the Tropics ftom the use of Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters. The c.perienee of many
years has but too clearly demonstrated the
In'fflclency or quinine and other drugs to
effectually combat the nrocrtss ot Intermit
tent, congestive and bilious remittent fevers,
while on ihe other hand, it lias been no less
clearly shown that the use of the Hitters, :
medicine coneeulal to the frailest constitu
tion.aud derived from pnrely botanlcsources
affords a safemmrd acalnst malarial disease.
and arrest It wheu developed. For dlsarders
of the stomach, liver and bowels. forKeneral
debility and renal Inacth ity. It is also a most
efuelent remedy. Appetite and sleep are ira-
proveo nv u. it expeis rueuuiaiic immure
from the "blood, and enriches a circulation
Impoverished by nial-asstmilatlon.
Administratrix' Notice.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
unftarciirnpil has been annoiuted by
the County Court ol the Mate of OreRon for
Clatsop countv. administratrix ot tne esxaie
of Edward N. Miirnuv. deceased. All per
sons having claims nealnst said estate are
notified to present them, with the proper
vouchers, to the undersigned at her resi
dence corner of Chenamusaud Washington
streets In Astoria, Oregon, within lx months
from this date.
Mas JOHNRODGERS.
Astoria, March 2nd. 1883.
P0YyH
iYALRWsTf (
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Tills powder never varies. A marvel ol
purity, strength and wholesomeuess. Moie
ecouomlcd than the- ordinary kinds, and can
not he sold In competition with the multi
tude or low teat, short weight, alum or phos
phate powders. Sold nnlu in cans. Kovai.
Bakinu I'owiierCo. lOCWall-st.. N Y.
MARKETS.
STAR MARKET.
WHERRY & CQKPAEY,
FitsIi ar.il CiiriMi Moats,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
5i ftMTl. Ix'tflitM I5C1 1 1-t'JIJ-..'A3IS'S
Street Atmia, Ot:.
Washington Market.
tlHtn lr-i:i, ittoiln, Oicxon.
s;:i:i;n vs & i. o.i'ROPitu.TOiis
lEPF.CTi L"LL CALL THE AlTEN
i r Hon of the public to tho fact th;:t the
ibove M.:ri;et w 111 always besuppliad w Ith a
1 I'LL V4liTET AND HEST QUALITY
ffS. AMD CUftfir. ?AEATS I
Wlslrb will be. o!d at lowest rates, whole
:!'. aril retail.
iJ-:l--jft! .:!enton given to supplying
vi'p-.
" '- -
Vm. EDGAR,
Denier In
Oigsrs, Tobacco and Cigarettes
riletrsckaum and Brier Pipes,
Gznmiz shsush cutlery
RcvcUers and Cartridges.
C'!:"U MAIN AND CIIENAMrS STS
nn
mu
C4ROOBRS
An-I Ut-alcrs in
Calory
-pedal Attention CIvento Filling
Of Orders.
A f.LL UfSE CARRIED
Ami Supple 3 fiirnLjtied at Satis
factory Terms.
liwhHSr"jdi-;iured la any part of the city.
OfSce and "Warehouse
I i Iluii!t-i New Unilttltu; oi Water Street.
P. . ilex 13. Telephone No. S7.
i.Vl OKI i. OltEftOX.
67,000.000 Capital!
Liverpool and London and Globe
North British and Mercantile
Of I.ondon and Edlabe-gh.
Old Connecticut of Hartford
AND
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFCRH1A
Firo Insurance Companies,
Representing a Capital o I S67,000 OOO.
i: VANDUSKN.Auent.
J. R. D. GliAY,
Wholesale and retail dealer in
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAftD AND CEMENT.
(leneral Storage and "Wharface on reason'
able terms. Foot of Benton street, Astoria,
Oregon.
ITHE NEW MODER
arociL
sssae
Astoria Planing Mil!
riOlT & CO. Proprietors.
Manufacturers or
hnouldlugs,
Sash noors,
eiinds. Rails,
Balusters,
Newel Posts.
Brackets.
Scroll and Turned Balustrades,
BOAT MATERIAL, ETC.,
Order Solicited and Promptly Attended to.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
As to Style, Quality anil Trice.
Mill ami Ofllcp cor. Polk and Concomly Sts
ASTOSIA, OREGON.
A ltd rcss IIOLT&CO.
Astoria and Seaside
BAKERIES,
ED. JACKSON.
Proprl&tor
Thebeit Bread, Cake? and Pastry lathe City,
Ice Creams and Ornamental Work
to order
Manufacturer of Fine Candies.
The Telephone Saloon.
TLe Finest Establishment of
the Kind in Astoria.
Especially lilted up for the Comfort and
Convenience of tho9e who enjoy a
Social Gla s.
The Best or Wines and Liquors,
The Choicest Cigars.
Everything New and First-Class.
15. L. JEFFREY. Prop'r.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
BESrroS.Sl-KEKT, NBAS PARKEB HOCSE,
ASTOKIA, - OREGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
B81LER MAKERS.
LAPailAEIaEEMES
BoilerWork, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. Of nil Descriptions made to Orrter
at Short Notice .
A. D. Wass. President.
J. G. FIUSTl.EK,8ecretaiT,
L W. Cask, Treasurer.
JOHN Fox.Superlntendent.
BANKING AND INSURANCE!
r
1. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ance Agent,
tNSUUIA, - OKEtSOlf.
OFFICE HOURS : -
mm 0 o'clock A.
until 3 o'clock P. M
a. FULX
M.
Cflliiiia Transportation Coijai?.;:
FOR PORTLAND !
Through Freight on Fast Time !
THE NEW STEAMER
TELEPHONE
Which has been specially built for the comfort of passengers will leave
Wilson & Fisher'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 1 P. M.
t-An additional trip wW be made on SaHday of Back Wvta Pja
f&f&f p&L a11' b tMslflESffiftSd1Sra '
RANGE CAN BE HAD DC, AS
TORIA ONLY OF "
B. B. BAWE9,
AGENT
t'AiX AND EXAMINE 11.. Y&jtf
WILL BE PLEASED. " -
h. K. UAWK8 U also Hfteufor,te
Bid patent Mm Stifg
And other nrst-class Stoves. -
Furnace Work. Steam Jfit
tlaSs, etc, a syeoialty
ALWAYS ON HAND.
, i fi- , i ij i
S. ARNDT & tfERCHEN
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
BLACKSMITH
SHOP
Boiler Shop
All kinds or
ENGINE, CANNERY,
AND
STEAMBOAT WOEE
Promptly attended to.
AijxjebJtymttdecf repairing
CANNERY DIES,
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
H. EKSTE0M, ...
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKSB.
Shop next to L. L Johnson's clar store.
ALL WORK WARRAWTBD-!
Carnahan & Co.
SUCCESSORS TO
I. W. CASE, ;
IMPORTERS AND t?I10LESALK AWO
J: TAIL DEALERS m
BEMIiAL MEBCHMD1SE
Corner Caenamus and Cass etreeU. ,
ASTOKIA
OREGON
WilsonJ Fisher
Ship Chandlers,
HEAVY AND SHELF -
HARDWARE
Paints, Oils, and Varnish,
LOGGERS' SUPPLIES.
PROVISIONS
AND
MILL FEED.
AGENTS FOR
Salem Flouring Mills
Portland Roller Milli,
Capitol Flour and
FAIRBANKS' SCALES..
ASTOBIA. OREGON. -;
C. E. BAIN,
DOORS, WINDOWS, BRACKETS.
Mouldings, Window Fraaes,etcv
A Full Supply of Material. Bids Furnished":
Contract Work a 3peclalt7.
Mill and Office on the Old Site. .
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