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"VOL. XXV, NO. 75. ASTORIA. ORliGOA', TUESDAY, MARCH 31), 1880. PRICE. FIVE CENTS. .
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BUSINESS CARDS. F ? J?1 HJEflQIM BEER DISEASES. Uncertainty or Literature.
c. k. thomsov, r.. n. coovj i:t.
TXI03ISOX &, COOVERT.
Attorneys at Law and Ifotarie3 Public.
Special attention given to collections and
OFriCK Rooms 4 ami o, oer City Book
( . MAKT1X. V.,
Architect and Civil Engineer.
Oi'hck-Room ;. KnixhU of Pjthias
"j V' A. I. ami .. A. iri.TOX.
Will sue prompt attention to all calls,
nut an part of the city or country,
i j.'mv.iut AllenS Store, corner Cass and
..lMitjuaMreeii. Astoria. Oregon.
Li-phone No. 41.
K. FKAXH. I'ASK.
I'll VSICi A X ANDSrilGEON.
OppoMt-lVIe.;ir.phOihre. Astoria. Oregon.
AY TIITTI.K. HI. 1.
VUYSlCiAN ANP rsl'UUEON
': ni-K KiMWto 1... :m-l " Plhh: iJ M-
KhMiKM'K -On Cedar
-: xinrj's Hospital.
Strf-el. back of
t tt . . ILSTBW
!M 1 YMC1 A N A N'l SURGEON'.
in ri. r Cejn Unl'dinR. upstairs Astoiia,
j e i.
PHYSICIAN AND Sl'lM'.EOX.
Iteaideuce, I'ppei Astotu, NilSon Honse.
Office at Kinney's Cannery.
WillonU attend patient" al hisoflVc.nnd
may be found theie at any hour.
( KI.O V. SMKIIKU
SURVEYOR OF CLATSOP COUSTY
Es:-City Surveyor of A3tona
OKlee : N. 1. corner C:.s and Mot stn 'K
Room No. tTi istutrn.
f.i . SMMtJMs. OKO..NOUMI
jJi..W!) & rOKSSS.
ATIORNKVS Al i.AW
oinct in Ilinnej'5
..ill, Astoiia. Oregon
I. C KOl.TOV
XTTOUVEYS AT LAW.
Kotini" ft and C.Odd Fellows Bnilding.
lttir:ify al Cocu-i-llor -.t Law
) life on Chciinnius Slieet, Asrtoiia. OreROJi
P I. WIXTOX.
ATTOKXEY AT LAW.
Koonis No. 11 and VI. r.Mhiwn Castle Slu'dil
111. I. K.VY3IO.Vr,
Ollire in f:t Hall, Astoiia. Orf,o;i.
R001111 in AllenS Building. p stairs, cur
nerCa and Squenioqua Micels. AMoiia
practice nentistry. 1 havall the ute Im
proved appliances. None but the very heM
of wk done and satisfaction K":r"l,pd.
Office in Kmnej'.s Building.
tl k. ir.iin',
Menrrliorof Titles. Almtrnctor und
Office on Cass Street. 3 doors south of As-
torian ofllce, AstorU, Oregon.
General Agencv of
II. A I A I It,
Real Estate, Insurance ami Money
Valuable rroperties for Sale or l.cise in
Upper Astoiia. Accounts Adjustel. and
Book Keeping done on Short Notice. Office
With Col. fcpedden, cor. .lefferton and Cass
sheets, Astoria, Oregon.
A. V. Allen,
Wholesale and Ketall Dealer in
Glass and Plated Ware,;
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
tjsusis iii y
lc -incr srtiat-ifc nam Tmnlipc n
in jusc wnat its name implies , 2
Purelj Vegetable "Compound, thai blc to rapid decay. When the fer
ae ts directly upon the Diver: curing 1 P6"1?,10" .f llc wort of beer sets
it. j- jil '.-I. .. mat the high temperature to which
the many diseases inctdefMo that im. it is raised in mashing, the liquid re-
portant organ, and i5evvab.tinKttie tm
jrjjHVaction, such OS
RheuinatMmretc. It is therefore j:
" To lave fioodHenltTi' m"st,.of PfaPe jce. an acid of pu
10 nave uooaiieaitii frUl liqufd would invariably be pro.
:he Liver must he kept in order."
DE. SANFOSD'S IIVZB IN7IG0HAT0II
r:iviiorate3 the Liver, Regulates the Bow
iU, Strengthens the System, Purifies tin
Blood . Assists D Vestion, Prevents Fevc rs.
9 a Household .Xced. An Invaluable
family Medicine for common complaints.
CZt. BAIfFOED'S IIVZR nrTIGORATOH.
A:i experience cf Forty years, and Tj"
iattdstf Testimonials prove its IfiriL
Fon sat.k nr at.t deuxrb ixmediccei
Fcr fu'l ir-formaMon Knd yorr aiJdrct-a for 101
f.Dook on Hie "Livrr md i' c'.-faP9." tf
8xrop.D dum: er.. n- tokic en-
m I Lb lag
Fi-om these sources arise thrce-icurlhs
oftlio diseases rf the human lace. Tlie&e
byinntoins iudicute their existence.
T.OSS of Appetite, ZIowcls t-ostivr,
hlclc ITcadache, fullness after cnt
iiKversloii to exertion of body or
Ity of temxer,IiOvr.siJ!rUj, A feeling
Fluttering at the IIeart,Iot
before the eyes, highly colored
3'It.I.S have no equal. Theiractlonon
the Kidneys and fekin is also prompt;
removing allimputities through theso
three " scavengers of the s stent,1
producing apjietitc, sound digestion,
regular stools, a clear skin and a vig
orous body. TDTT'S PII.I.S cause no
nausea 01 griping nor Interfere with
daily work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE. TO MALARIA.
old everywhereij. Ollice It Miirru SN V.
GratIIair or WitiSKKRS changed in.
slantly to a Gixissr Black by a singlu
apphcation of this l) v.. Sold by Drug.
st3,orscntby express on receiptor CI.
Olllee, -14 Murrav Street, New York.
hot aiOTAL or tosrui ssssffn rssc
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
pose Mustang Liniment only good
for horses? It is for inflamma
tion of all flesh.
Coiner ol Water and Wet Ninth St reels.
CMk Lipors anil Cigars!
Etery Attention to the Comfort of Patrons
S3TTO CASH CUSTOMERS
For Terms, etc, apply at office.
CLATSOP MILL CO
G. A. STINSON & CO..
M Capt. Rogers old stand, corner of Cava
and Court Street?.
Ship and Cannery work, Horsesboeiuj.'.
Waeona made and repaired. Good work
r beXouasl a flteat Geo. P.
fell & CoiXtTOoaMr Ad-
SelSrlt IN alWTORK.
How Pasteur ISKrovercd a Item
edy for the Malady.
During the terrible days of the
supremacy of the Commune in Paris, j
at the end of the Franco-German
war, Pasteur was occupied in the
laboratory of M. Djjclaux. at Cler-
inont-Ferrand, in studying the dis
eases of beer with a view to attempt
to raise French beer to the higher
standard of the German brewers.
Beer is naturally more prone to dis-
j ease than wine, on account of the
comparatively large quantity of
o"""" J"" saiLiiariiie mailers
, it con(fl:ns in Rfnf. &.
quires to be rapidly cooled. So long
as it remains between the tempera
lures of 77" and 95 of Fahrenheit's
scale it is peculiarly liable to be at-
,atKUU l"e injurious lerments
acids. If the must of' beer were
spontaneously fermented, like the
tluced in the place of beer. In the
old process of what is technically
know as high fermentation, which
h also the one that is still emploved
with the bitter beers and pale ales of
England, the fermenting liquid was
kept in barrels, at a temperature
ranging from G4 to G8 Fahrenheit.
In the process of "low fermentation,"
which is more generally emploved
by the brewers of Germany and
France, a slow fermentation is es
tablished at a lower temperature,
during which the yeast settles down
to the bottom of the tubs and casks.
The wort is then transferred to open
tubs, and the fermentation is car
ried on at a temperature as low as
4:; Fahrenheit, which is maintained
by means of floating cylinders filled
with ice for from ten to twenty days.
This low fermentatipn tfeer is princi
pally prepared in the winter season,
and is preserved in ice caves until
the summer. The cost of its produc
tion is on this account comparativelv
high. Twenty-two gallons of the
beer require something like two
hundred -weight of ice for their ma
turation. The wort of gee, after it
has been raised to the boiling point,
may be kept indefinitely if it be
mixed only with pure yeast, and if
it be preserved from conlafiunation
with extraneous gdrms that are dif
fused through the air. Tie beers
fermented and kept at lov tempera
tures to some extent fulfill thV con
dition. By the employment of Ice
the brewer is able to meet ttib de
mands of a long period of consump
tion w-ithout any great riik of con
tamination by accidental impuritieB.
But Pasteur has introduced an ad
ditional safeguard, oven more sure
than the low temperature fermenta
tion. He has taught the brewers to
bottle the beer when the fermenta
tion is approximately complete, and
then to expose the bottles for a short
time to a temperature ranging be
tween 122 and 131 Fahrenheit? Bv
this management all extraneous
germs of undesirable ferments are
killed, and the beer consequently
remains sound for long periods of
time. This is essentially the prac
tice which is now pursued upon a
very large scale, and nhich is famil
iarly known as the Pasteurization
of beer. In addition to the adoption
of this process, the principle chicflv
insisted upon by Pasteur 'is that the
wort shall be protected while cooling
from all organisms accidentally
floating in the air, and that the
leaven used for the wort shall be
absolutely pure and itself free from
contaminating organisms. At the
recent exhibition of Amsterdam,
M. Yellen, of Marseilles, showed
bottles half full of a perfectly clear
beer which had been tapped at the
opening of the exhibition and left
in this exposed state to prove the
keeping powers of the liquid. This
was beer which had been subjected
to Pasteur's method of preservation.
A Brutal Conductor.
"I can't let this girl travel over
this road on that half-fare ticket,"
said the new conductor to the widow
"Why not? what is the matter
with my little girl? "
"She is no child. She is more than
"Well, if that, don't beat every
thing then I'll give it up. Here poor
little Mamie has been traveling over
this road on a child's ticket for the
last ten years, and now all at once
you say she is no child. That's a
new way to worrv the traveling pub
lic." She paid full fare, and then the
diminutive girl in the corner pulled
herself out, so to speak, like a marine
telescope. Texas Siftings.
Young Highcollar. "Beastly
weathaw, this, Miss Symphony, bah
Miss Symphony (ttred). "You
ought not to decry the weather, no
matter how bad it maybe, Mr. High
collar. If it were not for the weather
you would be at a loss for something
to talk about. Now take me to
mamma." Hew York Times.
Johnny " Teacher, what is an
orchid?" Teacher "An orchid is
a Ctieer little plant like a funny
flower that does not look like a
flower." "0, I'd like to see one. I
neu"- did." "Why, yes, Johnny,
OHe seen one. A lady's slipper,
ou know." "Oh, yes." Judge.
Why is it that young writers harp
so persistently on minor chords?
Where there is one poem on home,
and sunshine and happy life, there
are a dozen which moan over blasted
hopes Cat 22), twilight by the moan
ing sea, withered leaves, and other j
subjects of a more or less melancholy
nature. Very few wholesome,
cheery, religious verses are offered, ,
nearly all expressing the writer's
praiseworthy resignation under ca
lamities which never happened, and .
his extreme anxiety to turn his back '
upon 'the earth, which he designates J
as a "vale" or a "desert." The
same is apt to be true of prose offer
ings. All editors will unite in saving
that the rarest and most jiifjicult
short sketch to procure js"a racy,
well-written, Thanksgiving orChrist
mas story ; while themes of hopeless
love and early 'death a.re dwelt up
on withjavidity. By far tile most nu
merous class of short stories offered to
magazines and weeklies isthato'yuve
nile sketches. It is a popularfallacy
that, while it takes a genius to write
a society novel, anybody can tell
stories to children. "While this de
lusion, for such it certainly is, has
been productive of a great deal of
good juvenile work, by drawing ef
forts of writers to that field, it also
overloads the mail-bags with a vast
amount of inanity intended to nour
ish the 3'outhful imagination and ap
pease its pangs for intellectual enter
tainment. Try to read one of these
stories aloud to half a dozen mis
chievous boys and girls and see
whether it holds them. There's the
At the bottom of all, the real fact
is that the literary market is over
crowded, thesurplusagebeing iargely
composed of those who, as Holmes
says, mistake laziness for inspiration.
Half a contur3rago the case was differ
ent. In the first place, literary work
was then poorly paid, as may be
seen by the $5 checks Hawthorne
and Longfellow received for some of
the natural consequence was that
there was b.it little really good writ
ing. Again, many of the fields
which were then open to writers
have been since trampled over un
til their flowers are all plucked, and
their turf plowed up for corn and
Altogether, literature is, as has
been well said, a most uncertain staff.
While, however, there i3 much in
the present condition of things to
discourage those who are preparing
tljemselves for this work, it is to be
remembered that there is a constant
demand, even in the editorial offices
of our largest magazines and papers,
for bright, wholesome, earnest arti
cles, stories and poems on subjects
that lend to cheer and amuse as well
as elevate. Of such the market is
never full. Boston Globe.
Verj Thonshtriil in a Trying Mo
ment. When the youngster of the house
hold slipped into the hall and saw
Adolphus with his arms around Ma
tilda, pat taking of a gentle squeeze as
a "good-night," he simplv yelled,
"Oh !" with a big O.
"What's the matter, Harry?' in
quired the mother from the adjoining
The question was answered by
Matilda, whesaid: "Oh, it'snothing;
Adolphus merely had his arms
"lam surprised at aucn conduct,
Matilda. You should have repressed
"Oh, I did, mother," exclaimed
Matilda. "I re-pressed hiin two or
Bob Toombs was met one day by
an old friend in Paris, who asked the
questien: "General, how do you
live?" By G d," was the emphatic
response, "I eat an acre of dirt a
day." This was true, for his ex
pense were $5 a day, and he had just
sold a tract of his Texas lands for $5
an at-re. fAtlanta Constitution.
"Will you please give me seme
dinner, iha'ara," begged a tramp.
"I gue.c- so," was the reply. "Will
you have a plate of soup?" "I'm
not j articular," said the tramp.
"There was a time," he went on
monrnfully, "when 1 wouldn't think
of sitting "down to dinner without
soup; butthingsisdifferentnow. Yuu
kin start me on roast beef, or pie, oi
even an ontry, for all I care."
The inebriates craving for liquor is
caiHrtl lv a diseased stomach, and the
application of an appropriate medical
remedy prevents this craving and thus
promotes the cause of temperance in an
effective and rational manner. Sim
mons Liver Regulator arouses the tor
pid digestive organs to healthy action
and counteracts Hie de-ire for more
"Hackmetack." a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price 2Ti and SO cents.
ui.iui genuine X uuu .
Sold by W.E. Dement.
Eggs for Hatching!
Wyandottes and S. C. B. Leghorns.
My birds are of the best strains, and all
first class. I am now prepared to furnish a
limited number of egp for setting from
either yard at S3 and S3 per 13.
GEO. IV. WOOD,
Cor. West 9th and Arch streets, Astoria, Or.
ThN powder never vaiies. A marvel ol
purity, st react h and wholesomeness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, ami can
not be "old in competition witli the multi
tude of low te-.t, short weight, alum or phos
phate powders. Sold only in van. L'oyai.
15akimjPowikkCo. lOCWall-st.. N. Y.
WHERRY & COrOPANY,
Fresh jhhI VuvvCi 3! eats,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
i'i'Jt;iTI'. (H'UDkM II01KI..
rHK.-VAIH'tt Street. Astoria, Os.
Main fieri. - AMorla, Oiexou.
F.m.:: , A O. I'KOI'KIKTOUN
OKSPECTFCLLV CALL TIIE ATTEN
15, tiou or the public to the fact that the
aboe Market will alwaj s br supplied with a
Ull VUMLTY AND P. EST Ql'AI.ITY
F'fS ND C'-SU.EZ MEAT.- !
Which will l- -M at luucit rates. IuI'--ule.i'
"hiiviil attention given to supplying
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Brier Pipes,
GENUINE c&SLfSH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
CORNER MAIN AND C1IEXAMUS STS.
MURBAY & CO.,
GEO GEE 8
Ami Dealer in
cpecial Attention Civento Filling
A Fv:LL LIME CARRIED
And Supples furnished at Satis
factoryTetms. Purchases delhf red in any part of the city.
Office and Warehouse
In Hume's New Hmldin on Water Stiret.
P. O. Ho iv:. Telephone No. ST.
tSTOKI.I. UK ECS oar.
Liverpool and London and Globe
North British and mercantile
Of tendon and Edinh'Kh.
Old Connecticut of Hartford
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
Fire Insurance Companies,
Representing a Capital o I S67,C00 OOO.
B. VAN DUSEN. AenL
J. H. D. GKAY.
Wholesale and retail dealer In
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND AND CEMENT.
GeneralStorage and Wharfage on reason
able terms. Foot ot Benton street, Astoria,
THE NEW, MODEL
tings, etc., a specialty
A FUiL. bTOCK ALWAYS ON HAND.
sioria Planing Mi!
HOLT & CO. Proprietors.
Scroll and Turned Balustrades,
BOAT MATERIAL, ETC.,
Orders Solicited auil Promptl) Attended lo.
As lo Stjle, Quality and Prices.
Mill and Office cor. Polk and Concomly Sts.,
Address IIOI.T A CO.
Astoria and Seaside
ED. JACKSON. - Proprietor
The best llread. Cakes and Pastry in the City.
Ice Creams and Ornamental Work
Manufacturer of Fine Candies.
WYATT & THOMPSON.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A Full Stock of
Canned Fiesli Mackerel,
Canned Fresh Codfish.
Canned Fresh Finnan I laddie.
Canned Roast Beef.
Canned Pig's Feet,
Atmore's Plum Pudding.
Aim ore's Mince Meat,
A Pine Aksortnient of Canned Vegetable, ete
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
IlKNTONHrKKKT, NKAK PAUKKR HOUSE,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
LAND ai MAEM MNES
BoilerWork, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. 03lSTI3STC3-S ,
or all Ocscriptlons nnde to Order
nt Short Notice.
A. D. Wass, President.
J. G. IIustlek, Secretary,
I. V. Cask. Treasurer.
BANKING AND INSURANCE!
1. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
iN3 0i5l,, - OREGOS.
OFFICE HOURS :
Itikii y o'clock A. M. until 3 o'clock P. M.
Coluiia TMirtutioi Company.
Through Freight on Fast Time!
THE NEW STEAMER
Which has been specially bmlt 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.
Returnlnj leaves Portland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at P. M.
n-At, additional trtD will be made on Sunday of Each Ween, leaving Portl&u d
KAVGE CAN BE HAD IN -ASTORIA
E, R, HAWB9,
I'AI.I. AND hXAMINE U. YOU
WILL BE PLEASKiJ
K K. JHWFo Is al-o ateiii for.U
Bil jateit (Mil Stove
And other tlrst-clasa Stoves.
Furnace 'Work. Steam Fit
S. AllNDT & KERCH KN
The Pioneer Machine Shop
a m a p,
wj ii w J -AtKlsgilMZSstfri.
All kinds of
Promptly attended to,
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
Furniture and Upholstering,
Mattresses Made and Repaired.
Paper Hanging. Carpets Sewed
Furniture Sold on Commission.
Sum, corner Main and Jefferson Streets
Carnahan & Co.
I. W. CASE,
IMPORTERS ANti WHOLESALE MU
tr.iAlL, lh.'.4L.KhS IK
ornrr Clit-iirtintit dud Cass streets.
HEAVY AND SHELF
Paints, Oils, and Varnish.
Salem Elouring Mills, .
Portland Roller Mills,
Capitol Flour and
C. E. BAIN.
DOORS, WINDOWS, BRACKETS.
Honldlngs, Window Frames, ete.
A Full Supply of Material. Bids Furnished :
Contract Work a Specialty.
Mill and Office on the Old Site.