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THURSDAY., JAXUAKY 9. 1810
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Tiik Atokiax Riiarantets to its adver
tlJ xlie larptM .'iiciilatioi of auy ncw-iia-lr
jHin4ed ou the Columbia river.
iTityautl County Clfilcttl I'sipcr.
Tlie Clatoi mill starts up again to-,
1 ' " I
A raxm fire was the principal at
A jtostoffice has been established at
Oolumbia City, with Moses IMcGrew
The regular weekly nieetiujr of the
V. CT. U. will be held at 0 i :., to
day, in the T. AC C. A. hall.
It is understood that Dick Marion
will have charge of the musical depart
ment a! the New York Novelty store.
Mayor Crosby's suggestions about
thecnine houses meet with aflinnative
response in the mind of many of our
The biggest sturgeon caught in the
Columbia river ia 1SS9 weighed G'38
jwmmls. They are still being caught i
latm li s oav to ivniamn.
Tlie Tuh" for timber lands has
nbotU conxhi at present. i be revived
whon the charms of spring awaken,
awakoi). and the mocking bird is sing
ing ou the bough.
Over at Tacoma. Louis Ladeaux
was sent to jail for two weeks for
swearing through a telephone; aud
thus are the rights of American em
sens dnily abridged.
The Idaho papers allude to "a slight
Tiowfall,' in the hilis and rocky
fn5tno5SQr of the mountains. The
flight snowfall' in places is sixteen
feat deep, and more is coming.
It looks funny, in this wooden coun
try to soo lumber being unloaded from
the A Manet- from (J raj's harbor.
This : of tlie cedar kind, thousands
T acres f which are in this county.
A dispatch from Portland at nine
yesterday morning said that the c'ay
boat had not left there; so that's why
wc had no mad yesterday afternoon.
We can't expect much better luck to
day, as thf ice is thick in the interior.
Looking Forward," is the first
brochure of the year flung on this
do?k. It is a companion to Edward
Bellamy's "Looking Backward," and
wil! interest more of the people on tho
crust of this earth, which is the plan
et on which we live
Astor Lodge. No. G, Iv. or P., in
stalled the following ollicers last even
ing for the enduing term: P. C, Aug.
Daniclsen: C C, Chris. Evcnseu: V.
C A. W. Uizingcr: P., Ilermnn Wise:
of B. and X H. A. Smith; M. of '
Eju O. B. Estes; I
G., Aug. Rppetz; ;
O. G- A. C&rtan.
The Behring Sea Packing company
incorporated in San Francisco, last
Friday. Tor fishing, trading and min
ing purposes, with $100,000 capital, of
which $52,000 havo been subscribed.
Directors James Eva. .lames Madi
son, II. J. Barling, Charles Lundberg
and Charles A Johnson.
It ahravs makes a Chinaman mad
to throw a snowball at him-and that's
i.M 4i. .,.. r : i:, i fn.,. i:i,.
mnkesuch a fus about it the bovs
wouldn't find the sport in it that thev
do. but a Chinaman feels insulted and
wmitsto stop aud palaver whenever
an urchin heaves a dab of snow at
There are a good manv ways of mak-
mg a living. Two voting
. Two voting men of this
city have hit upon what seems to be
one of the new wavs. They go from
hou to house canvassiug for cabinet
photographs for $3.25 a dozen. Of ,
this the photographer who does the
work gets $2.75, and the 50 cents is
their commission. The photographs
arc worth the money.
AN OLD ASTORIAN
RcviMts The Scenes Of His Yontli.
A great many old Astoriaus, and
probably a few not so old, remember
A. B. McKcan, a gentleman who did
business here for manv vears, and who
left here December 25th, 1SG3, for
California On Christmas eve. 1889.
just 2G years after, he returned here
on a visit to his friends and relatives,
of whom there arc many in the city,
and has been comparing the past and
Ho recognizes but few old land
marks, and finds the Astoria of to
day a very different place from the
Astoria of the days when ho sold
SL500 worth of shingles from two trees
that he cut down just south of Capt.
John West of Westport. is in tho
MARINE NEWS AND NOTES.
The CiXilby resumes her Iiwaco
route this morning.
-The OcJ.-laliama. which left Port-
coon ia a bidlv battered shape. She j Boclhng, Thompson and Ao
come down to ieliee the Jtf.jy, which ! .to0- -1- -blissetyot 7,
is reiwried sinking at Skipanon. i hA Siupanon addition .
Xrl lrtl -rri-o 4 i r
Whifslntn vn.nn in frmn Snn Vwin. ' H?" '" X.' X'
.. -.., rv . " . , - , bib a. Stan
and immediately proceeded to the
scene of the collision. She is an ugly
looking craft, but is well fitted for the
vork. Whitelaw has just two weeks
in which to raise the Ulan McKenzie
and get 819,550 for the job.
So Ton JCilce a Good Cigar?
Call at Charley Oisen's, east or C. II.
Cooper's. He will suit you. A fine
stock of cigars to select Irom.
The latest style of Gents' Boots and
Shoes at P. J. Goodmas's.
Jicinember the Austin house at the
Seaside is open the year "round.
Best Beds in town. Booms per night
30 and 35 cts per week S1.50. New and
clean. Private entrance.
Ludlow's Ladies' S3.00 Fine Shees:
also Flexible Hand turned French Kids,
at JT. J. UOODHA2TS.
Hh vn O ClWUK.CSielIV .LUUnilULT,
Specials to The Astorian.
DEATH OF EMOV. WOODS,
Tie "Wide West'5 Wre&M on De
struction Islaui, Dec. 27tli.
citiursAvi: at ronr towxsexik
l'onr Townbknd, "Wash.. Jan. 8.
TLe little sleam banre Wi'lr iVcst,
j which left Aslori.i on the 2Gth of last
j raontb, is gonf. But her crew are all
saie in uus citv.
m i: o ' f ii. P'..7 Wn-t
XTiT,? ; X
says that the vessel wis wrecked on
Destruction Island at about four
o'clock on the morning of tbe 27th of
December and speaks in the highest
terms of his crew for their gallant con
duct during the ordeal.
ALL TIIK CLAIJIAvrs
Will Have an Opportunity to I!p Heard.
"Washington-, .Tan. 8. The senate
special committee on the world's fair
of 1S92, met this morning. It was de
cided that St Louis should be heard
to-day, aud Chicago to-morrow, "Wash
ington on Friday and New -York on
Saturday. Governor Francis opened
the discussion on behalf of St. Louis.
ni:E in east st. louis.
A L 01 AVut One lliimlrrd thousand
Est St. Louis. Jan. 8. -The West
ern Union Telegraph oGico at St.
Louis burned this morning. The
operators saved their lives by way of
fire escapes. An associated press of
fice on the second floor was totally
pestroyed. There were but a few
persons who were in the building
when the fire started and although
several firms occupied offices and
stores in the building, their estimated
loss is $100,000 of which tho Western
Union loses half.
THE MONTANA 3IUDHLE.
Carrying Fillibutterins Measnn-s to Ex
treme. Helena, Mont, Jan. 8. When the
senate met this morniug none of the
Democratic senators were present. A
call of the house was ordered and the
sergeani-at-arms set out in search of
the absent members. P.irberry was
j found but refused to come stating that
( there was no authority for taking him.
I Tho secretary of state will not sign
the certificates or the Democratic sen
ators elect at auy hazard.
Lieutenant Governor Eickards has
ordered tho sergeant-at-arms to bring
tho absentees before the bar of the
senate, even if he has to invoke aid
from the civil authorities. The latter
now are out trying to enforce order.
Governor Toole recognized tho or
ganization of the senate by sending
in a message.
nEvni of i:x-;ov. wopns.
Rrief IJiosraphy of a Prominent Citizen.
I Portland, Jan. 8. At 7 o'clock last j
$' Er"V10r GTffC W
liml of Zi- Vmnnnlp lwi(?nWll ,M ilitc-
if- fiffit- crtfTVirT?irr frnm i ntYkli '
tion of diseasef: for the past three
years. Deceased was a native of
Boone county, Missouri, having been
lxrn there in 1831. In 1817 he accom
panied his parents to this state and
lived with them on his father's dona
tion land claim at North Yamhill.
Early he evinced an aptitude for the
legal profession, and after studying I
law unaided for some time he was ad-
mitted to the bar. He speedily gained
a Prominent position m his profession,
i which he maintained till stricken by ,
I ?,lsef ,boon ter his admission to
"?, barr e made himself felt in the
fiel? .of Pf logical debater,
and ,n J8 he was chosen governor
o i H i - i
, Subsequently he was appointed gov-
i crnor of Utah by the late president
exact time of his funeral has
not yet been fixed, but it is not ex
pected to take place before Sunday.
MITCHELL VS. MANDEVILLE.
J no i-count.
The PngHM I'umnieK
count Manderville and Mr. Abing-
lJU 111 fi ICOUlUlilUb JUbli llILflll. '
Viscount Manderville wasbadlv beat
en before the combatants were sepa
rated. HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. JAN. 8.
Filed In The County ltrwinlcr Office
W. E. Dement and wife to O.
L Peterson, -19.32 acres, sec.
36, T. 8 N, 11 10 W S
W. D. Hoxter and 'wife to L.
M. Whellev, quit claim deed
to lots 1, 8, 4 and 6, blk 93,
and lots 1, and -L blk 18,
L W. Case to John Levin, lots
32 and 33, tract 2, blk 21, H.
W. McCrosky and wife to G.
W. Yocnm, quit claim deed
A. W. Berry and wifo to W.
L. Kobb and Theo. Bracker,
lols 1, 2, 3, 10, 11 and 42, blk
31, 1st addition to Alder
i Boelling, Thompson and No
! land to Ed Hallock, lots 13
aud 14, blk 7, Skipanon ad
i JJUtNJllJy, JLllUUipSUil UUU iiu-
Bussett, lot G,
Previously reported this
month S 552,735
Total for year to date 8558,457
... ... i aa.i
Coffee and cake, ten rants, at the
AH Hie patent medicines advertised
In this paper, together with the choicest
Serfumery, and toilet articles etc can
c bought at the lowest prices at J. V.
Conn's drug store, opposito Occident
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Mrs. Wixslow's SooTiruca Syrup
should alwaj-s be used for children
teething. It soothes the child, softens
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind
chollc, and is the best remedy for diar-rhoea-Twenty-five
cents a bottle.
CUllrei Or jitrFitcker's Castiria
NEXT SEASON'S SALMON PRICE.
Will It Be More Or Less Than It Was
Last Year, On The Ri?er?
.l.VM.sr tj VEST J OX TO AXSWEIt.
The Columbia Biver Fishermen's
Protective Union have called a meet
ing for next Wednesday, to decide
upon the price that gill net fishermen
will ask for Columbia river salmon,
furnished to cauners on tlus river
It is thought probable that the can
ners as usual, will acquiesce in the
matter and pay the price. Last year
they didn't. The Fishermen's Union
set the price at $1.25 a fish. Some
of the winners thought that wasn't
enough. If they didn't tliiuk so,
they acted as though they did, for
the offered the fishermen more. Be
ginning at Clifton, the offer was made
of sundry bonuses and privileges that
practically made the Columbia river
salmon cost the canners Sl.4.0 apiece.
The result was that salmon canners
who sold at S1.G0 say there was noth
ing in it for them at that figure.
The wonder is sometimes expressed
that the fishermen's union holds to
gether as well as it does. Part of its
cohesive powers is due to the kindly
co-operation of the canners. In their
anxiety to hinder each other they afford
potent aid to the union, and make
matters comparatively easy for tho
members of that organization.
Last year when the union set tho
price of fish at $1.25, at first went up
a declaration ''We can't pay it" A
little later came news that one cau
ner "on the dead quiet," was giving
out free twine; then was afforded evi
dence that another was giving or
promising a bonus ou certain boats;
one firm well fixed in the matter of
Portland real estate declared they
would give the men "free grab".
With $1.25 a fish and "free grub."
the occupation has a financial charm
of which it would otherwise be de
void. "As a matter of fact, tho canners
gave tho men all they demanded, and
It has ortcu been a source of sur
prise to business men, on and off the
river, why the canners on the stream
haven't done what a great mauy other
similar manufacturers, less favorably
situated, have successfully accom
plished, viz; organized a trust.
The matter has been tried several
times, and has failed for one reason;
lack o mutual confidence. While
every canner on the river sees and
agrees to its business sense and its
financial requirements, yet when they
come together, they usually agree to
The last effort The Astomax mado
in this direction was in March 18S7.
lu a series cf articles written at that
time this paper showed tho necessities
of tho situation so clearly that an
effort partially successful, was made
which resulted in the bonding of ten
But the projectors didn't have the
nerve to carry it through, and though
on a $150,000 investment they stood
to win $500,000, sure, on the rise in
real estate alone, they let go, and the
thing tumbled to pieces.
It will be done, sometime, and the
business run on its merits.
"" 0L'CASI0XAL K,XD W0BD'
Is it worth while that wo jostle a. brother,
Bsaring his load on this rough road of
Is it worth while that we jeer vt each
In blackness of heart that wo war to
God pity us all in onr pitiful strife.
Were it not well, in this brief little jour
ney, On over the isthimia, down into the
Wo givo him a fish instead of a serpent.
Ere folding the hands to bo and abide
Forever and ayo iu dust at his side?
Beneath tho sea tho sun has dropped,
Tho rolling waves aro golden topped.
And but a baud of burnished gold
Shows where the sea and sky enfold.
And outlined clear against tho sky,
A thin mast towers black and high,
And with the waves that ebb and flow,
The pictured spar moves to and fro.
As era tho compass point shows north,
1 And wanders slowly back nnd forth
I Until the point is fixed at last
yi and Jef fc nQW EwiDg3 the mnst
Bat tvri"Bnt fl"Is tue breezes die,
Tao mast points upward to the sky,
I A1W UAVAO UUWi MMU UVU1 AW AAJWIU,
There is but one way that Above
For Fine Photographs
Go to Misses Carruthers' photograph
gallery: iinra street opposite
;an & Sherman's.
And Free Lunch at the Telephone Sa
loon, 5 centSj
McalH Cooucd to Order.
Private rooms for ladies and families:
at Central KeMaurant next to Foard &
BEST BUY ON T8E MARKET.
E.ol.s Only $75.
WIN&ATE & STONE.
For Lois In this Coming
Seaport City of Washington,
Apply to the Undersigned.
Fifty per cent, advance. In prices
February 1st. 1890.
Wm. B. Adair, Agent.
On Young's River, Four
Miles from the City, ,
Fifty -Five Acres.
A Most Desirable Buy. In
quire at this Office.
HO ICE AT ASTORIA.
But Stcailoat Traffic is Stopped in
Tie Frozen Interior.
xo noAT noirx yesterday.
Tke ''Thompson" Will Arrive at Noon With
3I&H and Passnser.
At daybreak yesterday morning the
blue waters of the bay were ruffled by
a keen breeze from the east, and the
thermometer indicated 28 degrees.
There has been no ice and no stoppage
to marine traffic here where the com
ing and going of the waves and the
pleasant temperature make such stop
page an impossibility.
Not so, however, in the gelid inter
ior. From all points to the east come
reports of severe and continued cold.
The li. R. Thompson left on time,
but near Westport met heavy ice, and,
with difficulty, the boat made Hunters.
The Willamette was too solid to ad
mit of the Telephones leaving Port
land, so no mail or passengers arrived
At ten a. si., the thermometer indi
cated 32, the barometer began to fall,
the east wind ceased, the sky became
overcast, and pilots in from the offing
reported a strong wind from the south
ward, the warm breath of the Pacific,
which started the snow to thawing.
At 130 p. sf., the Santa Rosa ar
rived, having been fivo and a half
hours smashing her way down from
Kalama, and went to sea an hour later.
The Thompson leaves Hunters at
six o'clock this morning, for this city,
with passengers and mail transferred
by rail from Portland to that point
She will be here by noon, to-day.
HUE EARNEO THE PRESENT.
The Correct Caper On the Occasion of a
The latest fad in fashionable circles
is tho birth gift. It is the proper
thing now for the husband to give his
wife a prcstnt upon tho advent I each
and every addition to the family.
Something useful a3 well as orna
mental is usually selected by tho bus
baud, who has had a tip a3 to what
would be the most acceptable.
This is a very pretty custom. It has
a teudency to develope the sweetest
and purest maternal instincts in
woman, as will be shown by this in
stance. A young couple had reached that
stage in their career where it was nec
essary for tho party of the second part
to hustlo out and purchase tho birth
gift. This ho did, and when the little
stranger had been washed and dressed,
the proud papa "marched to the bed
side bearing tho precious cherub laid
on an elegant seal skin coat for its
mamma. As he carefully deposited
the outfit on tho bed the fond mother
rolled the kid to one side and com
menced to count the buttons and loops
on the cloalj, oven before inquiring
whether the child was a boy or a girL
Another young husband in the same
neighborhood concluded that diamond
earrings were about the only proper
gift with which to celebrate the arrival
of his first offspring. So he bought
the diamonds, put them in his vest
pocket and held himself ia readiness
to make tho presentation. But nature
wasn't running on schedule lime in
this case, and for three days and
nights this young man flittered on the
ragged edge of suspense before lie got
a chance to spring the jewels. When
finally told that ho was the father of a
thirteen pound girl he plunged into
the room and crowding the diamonds
into his wife's hand blurted out
'There, Ivate, are your earrings, and
the Lord knows you'vo earned 'em."
The way to make money is to save it.
Hood's Sarsaparil'a is the matt econom
ical medicine to buy, as it is the only
medicine of which can truly be said.
"100 docs or.e dollar.' Do not take any
oilier preparation if you have decided
10 buy Hood's Sarsaparilla.
HEAVY GOODS FOR MEN !
The Largest Stock of La
dies' and Gents' Fine
Shoes in the City.
We Offer Bargains for the
Next Ten Days in
Gents' Fancy Slippers.
The Leading Shoe House of Astoria
For Sale !
The West One-Half of Block 71,
Only three blocks south of the Odd Fel
lows' building. There Is a One dwelling on
this choice property that will rent at top
figures tbe year round. .
For further particulars inquire or
ASTORIA REAL ESTATE CO.
Scratched 28 Years
Bed covered with acale. HcIiIbz ter
rible. Baffrrlag eadleas 2Ve relief.
Bee ten aad medicines fall. Speedily
eared r Catlcara at a Cost el" 95.
Cured by Cuticura
If I had known of the Cuticuka Rkjik
dics twenty-eight years aco it would have
saved me $200.00 (two hundred dollars) and
an immense amount of suffering. My dis
ease (psoriasis) commenced on my head In a
spot not larger than a cent. It spread rap
idly all over my body and got under my
nails. The scales would drop off of me ail
the time, and my suffering was endlest aud
without relief. One thousand dollars would
uot temp: me to have this disease over
again. 1 am a poor man. but feel 1 ich to be
relieved of what soma of the doctors said
was leprosy, some nnsworm, psoriasis, etc
I took . . . aud . . . Sarsaparillas over one
year and a half, but no cure. I went to two
or three doctors and no cure. I cannot
praise the Ccticuka IUmedies too much.
They have made my skin as clear aud free
from scales as a baby's. All I used of them
were three boxes of "Cuticura" aud three
bottles ef 'Cuticura Kesolvent," and two
cakes of Cuticura Soap. If you had been
here and said 3011 would have cured me for
Sjoo, you would have had the money. I
looked like the picture In your book of psor
iasis (nlcture number two. "How to Cura
Skin Diseases"), but now I am as clear as
any person ever was. Tiirougn iorce otnablt '
1 ruo my nanus over my arms and legs to
scratch once in a whi!o. bu to no purpose.
I am all well. I scratched 23 years, and It
got to be a kind of s second nature to me. 1
thankyou a thousand times.
DKNNlS DOWNING, Waterbury. Vt.
The new Blood and Skin purifier and pur-
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I W A Antl Pftla Plaster relieves rheu
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AXOTHKR PATIENT TESTIFIES.
Gforgc II. Phelps Rcceh-fs; the
GEOKGEH.rilELrS, cf Colorado.
Some four years ago I contracted an In
Jury while in the saddle on the plains of Col
or.ido and New Mexico Four months ago
the injuiy developed and commenced to
give me serious trouble. .Itistonc month to
davlcameto Portland and placed myself
under me care 01 nr. Aiireu 1 uoie. neau
physician and chief surgeon Portland Sur
gical aud Medical Dispensary. My acquaint
ance and association with the doctor war
rants mc In saying that he Is a gentleman In
his daily bearing, and as a physician and
surgeon there are none who excel turn and
few on the coast who equal htm. Under his
peculiar, wondeiful and magic treatment I
began at once to feel like a new man. He
has imparted to me tho onl v true "Elixir of
Life' a cure ; and I cheerfully recommend
him to the ailing, sick and afllicted all over
the land, for ho Is an honest pliysleHn.
GEOItGB H. PHELPS.
1C Clay street. Portland. Oiegon.
TliLs well-kiiown and reliable specialist.!
treats private, cnronic sum nervous utseasas.
Including geucr.il debility, loss of manhood
and Impotency. Consul tat ions free, day or
night. Correspondence solicited. Send 10
cents in stamps for Marriage Guide. Ad
dress PORTLAND SURGICAL AND MED
ICAL DISPENSARY, 132 and KH Third S...,
corner of Alder, Portland, Oregon.
You Shiver and Sneeze
While I am anxious to sell
olF the remaining lot of
I offer them now at greatly
Also WINTER CAPS of
all sorts and GLOVES. We
all want" Gloves, especially
now. I will make them go
at greatly reduced rates.
Old Reliahle Clothier anrl Hatter
Occident Hotel Building.
vi t wnnmn r nn
J. P. HYNES,
"Water Street, Astoria, Oregon.
TELEFHOXE NO. 7. P. O. BOX 390.
BOOTS AND SHOES!
Of Beit Quality, and at
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN SHOE.
Now is the time,
plain figures. The
"I l- -l 4 in -- r T--i-A H
' JLUJ) IO 11U J. CLCJL JJ
55lii!!iCe IL C00PER.MM
But Buy Immediately, if Not Sooner in
Before It is All Gone.
We are now selling lots in this fine Addition for
$100 and $125 that in less than one month
will more than double in value.
It is Less than One Mile from the 0. E. & 1 Boci, ant BeantiMy Sitnatei.
N. J. BERGMAN, Prop'r.
Fine Chocolate Bon Bons
FKESII MADE DAILY.
As Well as
All Other Kinds of Cream Candies.
Please Call and Givo Me n Trial.
Next to Western Union Telegraph Office.
J. B. Wyatt,
Hardware and Ship Chandlery,
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish,
Binacle Oil. Cotton Canvas.
Hemp Sail Twine.
Cotton Sail Twine.
Wrought Iron Spikes,
Galvanized Cut Nails.
AgricHltural Implements, Scwiug
Machines, Taints, Oils,
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
There Is no occasion for tha most fastidi
ous of our citizens to send to Portland or
San Francisco for
Custom Made Clothes
As they can pet Better Fits, Better Work
manship, and for less Money.
By Leaving their Orders with MEANT.
New Goods bv Every Steamor.
Call aai 8m HIm ami Satisfy Toaneir.
P. J. NUany. Merchant TaDor.
Twenty Per Cent Off
FOR TEH DATS.
don't wait. All these goods are marked
above percentage will be deducted on
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