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VOL. XXXIV, NO S.
ASTORTA, ORBGOIY, FRIDAY, MARCH 21. I SMI.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
1 1 II 1 dl I rail I mm'j- Ml Pi I 11 ii 11 Hi
j : LESS THAN ONE MILE FROM
i : THE O. R. & N DOCK,
: 1 Prices Low and Terms Reasonable.
KEEN & COOK, AGENTS.
Beautifully situated on the banks of the Columbia, ad
joining proposed Public Park and near the
newly discovered coal beds.
Only $:" per Lot for a tew days. (M in now and secure
FRANK SPITTLE. Agent.
Saddles and Harness
A LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM.
GOODS AT SAN FRANCISCO PRICES.
I make a specialty of good woik and guarantee satisfaction. At the Old Stand, Wis
Side Olney Street, Near Wilson & I'islier'.s.
Situate at Moii
I Future Terminus of
western and S.
Destined to be the Shipping Center
of the Great Northwest.
LOTS $100 AND $125
Buy Now and Secure Choice Lots !
Prices Will be Advanced to $150 and
$200 April 1st.
Cor. Fourth anil Genevieve
$125 AND $150 PER LOT
BOBB & PAEKEB, General Ag'ts, Astoria
of ColmKa M
the Chicago & North
Sts., - Astoria, Orepn.
ThcSW 1-4 of Block No. 22,
r..ncicihnrtliivA lt i.nnh rjltlfl mnk-
i...r .. cn!..n'.iiii r-nriwr tr im fpet snuare for
a fine Residence, and in the best part of tlie
city, Willi inaunniceni vies t-i nuT.uiu
liar. uooti iiniistis an aniuuu ;ihum-hi:
water w ithin ten feet. Price $r.000.
J. H. Mansell. Real Estate Broker.
Morgan & Sherman
And Dealers in
Special Attention Clvonto Filling
A fUL LIKE CARRIED
And Supplies fnnilstied at Satis
Purchases delivered In any part of the city
Office and Warehouse
lii Hume's New Building on Water Street.
!. O. Kox i.w. Teleplione No, 37.
LARSON & HILLBACK
AI FCSESII FRUIT:.
Orders l.'elivered Free of Charge. Country
Orders Solicited. Third Mreet,
next i' Pioneer office.
J. B. Wyatt,
Hardware and Ship Chandlery,
Pure Oil, Bright VarnMi. llinncJe Oil,
(Litton Canvas, Hemp Sail Twine.
I-ird Oil. Wrought Iron Spiki".
Calvaui7ed Cut Nail.
Agricultural Implements, cwlns
Machines, I'ainl-S Oils,
Thompson & Eoss
Carry a Full Line of
Choice Staple and Fancy
Give Us a Call and Be Convinced.
ASTORIA TRANSFER C9.
Conv- lance id any kind, on Mimi 11..111V.
Transferrim: Iltgagp, etc., a sj'cei.ilt.
Telephone No. PJ.
KHEKMAN & tt'AKl).
Mrs. Derby & Mrs. Marie
Il.e Received a Fine
o SPRING -
To which they call the attention of the La
dies of Astoria and vicinity.
They have added DKKSSM AJUXU tothelr
business and have engaged a first-class
Dressmaker from Portland to take charge of
John G. Dement.
Successor to W. E. Dement & Co.
(.'art list Complete Mocks of
Drugs and Druggists' Sundries.
rrehcrlpflono r.ti-riulty oiitixiuiidol.
Mexican Salve and
Norwegian Pile Cure
Giefl 15 Folds.
"I have been a great sufferer from
Torpid IJvcr and Dyspepsia. Ercrv
thing I ato disagreed trith mo until I
I can now digest any kind of food,
never have a headache, andliarc gain
ed fifteen pound in weight."
TV. C. SCHULTZE, Columbia, S. C.
Office, 44 Murray St., New York.
Call Early and Take Your
CLIPPED AND CONDENSED.
News Items From all Oyer the North
OLU.LS'Elt FROM KXCITAXOKS.
Koselmrjr means to counect with
Coos bay by railroad.
A new town is about to spring up
at Coos bay, Oregon.
A Portland firm is paying as high as
$2.75 per box for apples.
The employes of the Olympian
postoflice arc out on a strike.
The channel on the TJmpqua bar
cut out again last week, anil the ves
sels bar bound there wore towed, t
sua uv tut uijj iz.yruu.
The machinery of the J.illh Aniii ,
which was wrecked on the Coquille,
will be put into the Ah it, which will
be made a passenger lxat.
Prof. Clyde Cook, or Salem, has re
ceived a prize of S2.10 from the pub
lishers of the Ybulh'it companion
for a drawing of au original design.
The rainfall for the season thus far
at Delta, California, is reported to be
102 inches. At Sissous the total fall
of snow issaid toaggregale 270 inches.
It is reported that 1G0 men are now
at work on the Elgin branch of the
Union Pacific and 1(50 more are ex
pected at La Grande from llunting
ton. Portland citizens will take $2,000,(300
of the Hunt railway bonds to insure
the extension to that ciiv of Hunt's
system of railways in Oregon and
The bridge at Salem is to be rebuilt.
It will cost about 10,000. Marion
and Polk counties will each appropri
ate 10,000, and the city of Salem will
furnish the remainder.
The body of Dr. 3L .7. Hostel, who
was supposed to have been drowned
Febmary 13, while going in a sail boat
from Aberdeen to lloquiam, has not
yet been recovered.
A pile of twenty-seven dead horses
was found m the John Dav count rv.
eastern Oregon. The poor animals
had evidently huddled together to
keep warm and had starved, to death.
In eastern Oregon the grain never
looked finer for this sejison of the year,
the gentle rains of the past few days
having softened the surface and given
the fall sown grain a great impetus in
An inspector of the post ollice de
partment is on his way from the
national capit.nl to look" at and en
deavor to improve the miserable
postal arrangements of the state of
An Olympia liquor dealer advertised,
the other day, for 10,000 whisky llasks.
Two bright young urchins rushed to
the back windows or the capitol build
ing and filled the order before sun
down that night.
A prisoner charged with murder was
recently Liken out or the Clarke
comity jail unconscious from the ef
fects of smoke. As he was regaining
his senses he muttered: "I killed
him, but I'll never do it again."
3Jy direction of the hiiperintendeut
of the census only one city in Oregon,
Portland, is designated in which man
ufacturing statistics will be collected
by special agent:;. In Washington,
Seattle and Walla Walla are named.
The prospects are favorable for the
early opening to settlement or the
Colvillo Indian reservation, which em
braces some 2,800,00!) acres. U is not
only valuable on account of its agri
cultural and limber lands, IkiL it
abounds in v:it deposits of mineral.
The Indians in Klickitat county
last week killed a medicine woman
who failed to cure a couple of her pa
tient." And still the country is send
ing away thousands of dollars yearly
to buy bibles for the heathen in 'India,
Africa and China. Why not spend a
little of it at home in "building more
The new city hall for Portland will
be a fine structure. The building is
to cost not less than 500,000, and
work is to 1m? begun in .Tune. Archi
tects generally are invited to submit
plans. The one whose plan is chosen
is to superintend the construction or
the building and the next three best
will receive prizes amounting to
The Victoria Colon hi says )0 men
are at work repairing the man-of-war
AmpJiion, that ran ashore some
mouths ago near that city. The star
board side was stove in for 1C0 feet
forward of the mainmast, seven keel
pjates were broken and forty-four
side-plates were ruined. A big section
of the bilge-keel was lorn off, and the
screw wheel had to bo replaced by a
Seattle is constantly the subject of
libel and ridicule, but the following
told on one of the gentler sex is in
deed the straw that breaks the camel's
back: A Seattle voting lady found a
horseshoe, and wishing for good luck,
placed it under her pillow with her
false teeth. In the morning in the
hurry of dressing she substituted the
shoe for the teeth and wore it for some
lime before the mistake was discovered.
"What's the matter with the potato
cropf asks the Aberdeen JJullctin.
"Two and a halE cents per pound and
as hard to find as an honest man.
We are eating miserable, 'soggy'
things from California, the appearance
of which make Gray's Harbor tubers
hide their eyes in shame. Any man
who owns one acre of soil here can
make more out of it if planted in po-
taloes the next year than if it was a coal
The Aberdeen Herald seems to have
someljodv in its mind when it sarcas
tically tells how countrv newspapers
will be ruu in heaven. "There is-only
one way," it says, "to rnn a newspaper,
and that is in accordance with the
ideas of the owner. If all are not sat
isfied, the dissatisfied should start an
other paper; and if any are still dissat
isfied, another; and so on ad injinil
urn, until each man has his own pri
vate paper, in which nothing is pub
lished except what interests him.
That is the way conntry newspapers
will be ran in heaven. If any news
paper man expects to satisfy all, the
more Tool he; aud if he docs not get
up a paper good enough to interest tho
majority of his readers, the greater fool
still for being in the business."
ATnrt Train's two youngest boys and
another boy found and killed a large
grizzly bear, on a high mountain above
Klamath Hot Springs, near Shovel
creek, Klamath river. Thev fired
three shots at the grizzly, which
downed him in the snow, and con
tinued peppering away until life was
extinct. When satisfied that he was
dead, they procured aid to get him oil
the mountain, a dozen men baing se
cured, who hauled him with a long
drag rope through two feet of snow.
The grizzlv was weighed and tipped
the beam at 570 lbs. dressed This
grizzly has been a terror to the cattle
and slock men for two or three years
past; for his scalp a standing reward
or S100 had been offered by the stock
rai-'ers of that section.
hi: taught thi:)i how to fish.
A Y.iakee Skipper Arotb.es Ciiriniiy in
Key West, .Tan. 1G. -Captain Lane,
of the schooner Haltic H. Clarke
owned in Gloucester, Mass., w:is in
dicted by the grand jury on the last
term or the circuit court, the 11th inst,.
and is now under bond to answer the
sanic at the next term, TkeTimes
irnion'.s correspondent called on Cap
tain Lane at Tift's wharf, and there
he found him engaged in mending
seines, and preparing to go
out soon for another haul. Cap
tain Lana spoke as follews:
"Previous to coming down here
I fished at Tampa bay all last winter
and sold my fish to merchants in
Tampa. Last April I came to Key
West for a load of pineapples, and on
my way up I ran into several schools
of fish which I knew to be Spanish
mackerel, and so L came down to fish,
and fished. Since my arrival here in
November I have shipped several
thousand dollars worth in ica to Tampa
and New York."
"Captain, how cams you to be in
"Well, yon see, I don't know; but
a certain gentleman came to me
and wanted to go into partnership
with me. Of course, I cottld not
agree as I am the owner of the boat,
and the crew of ten men are all hired
on shore. This gentleman then went
to the collector of customs and re
ported me, an I from what I hear, it
w;ls not the partnership he cared so
much for, as he said to tho collector,
but that he wauted to find out howl
fished. However, the collector conld
not do anything Tor him, asHiereis no
United States law prevent me from
fishing on the Florida coast nor any
slah1 lav.', unless I lish in the rivers or
creeks. 1 think 1 havo at least as
good a right to fish off the coast as
Cubans or Bahamians."
"Captain, how do you fish, that you
want to keep it a secret?"
"It is lio secret, sir. Why, the
children in Gloucester can fish as well
as can. There is my seine ( pointing
to a huge pile of cork:?, seines, etc, ly
ing on tho deck); it is what fishermen
call a 'purse' soinc. We go along un
til we see a school of fish, perhaps a
quarter or a mile off; then we prepare
our seine, which is ISO fathoms long,
and drop it, the crew taking the
dingies: or little lioats, aud carrying
the seine, go on each side of" the
schcl until they surround it, the seine
in tho meantime forming a purse
which incloses the fish. This is how
we catch them.'
This is how the Yankee fisherman
docs his hauling, while the Key West
fishermen go out in little boats with
hook and line (as a boy wonld on a
river bank to catch a trout,) and from
dawn till dark, catching a few hundred,
which are sold here, and oftentimes
one cannot find a mackerel in the
market, although the gulf is teeming
with millions. No doubt if they only
had the appliances, and knew how to
use them, the amount from the fish
eries of Key West would equal those
of the Chesapeake bay or New Eng
hmd, and, instead of being only 10,
000 or 50,000 per annum, wonld be
at least a couple of millions, as is
evidenced by the success of this now
indicted Yankee fisherman.
We'll Snnpoe Case.
You arc nervous and dvsnentie. our an-
petltc Hatjs, jour slumber is broken or dis
turbed by uneasv dreams, or you court the
sleepy Kod in vain. Wliat Miall you do? Try
au alcoholic excitant to stimulate appetite.
ucauen tue nerves at bed time witu a nar
cotic? cither of these. Try Iloitctter's
stomach Bitters. It will, believe us. be more
th-iii a trial. You will eontinue to usa this
justly renowned nerve invigorant and stom
achic, it U in the exigency .supposed just
wh iv ii wan leu. itisaiiearuui suinuinsto
arpetite and digestion, does not excite, but
quieU- the brain and nerves, is an excellent
diuretic anil a speed v reformer ol a disor
dered condition of the liver and bowels. It
counteracts a tendency to rheumatism, nul
lifies the prostrating effects of overwork,
mitigates the infirmities of age, and hastens
convalescence. Persons exposed to rough
weather should use it as a preventive, as
should also tired students and business men.
Astoria Eeal Estate &
The Great Pacific Pine LMler
ITS METHODS OF OPERA.TIOX.
The Pacific Pine Lumber company
is one of the great trusts of the world.
It has a capital stock of only 81,000,
yet its commissions last year amounted
to over 260,000. It pays its president
a salary of 12,000, jot twelve times
the amount of its capital stock. .It
controls nearly the whole fir timber
of California, and nearly if not quite
tho entire foreign trade in lumber
from the Puget Sound region.
Origiuallv it wa3 foTmed of six of
the big mill companies on Puget
Sound, viz: ThePuget Alill company,
the PortBlakely Mill company, the
Tacoma Mill company, the Port Dis
covery Mill company, the Washington
Mill company and the Port Madison
Mill company. The Stetson & Post
Mill company was admitted soon
after the formation of the combination,
and on the same terms as the other
mills. Afterward the Pacific Mill
company came in, but was not ad
mitted to a fuu partnership and was
not allowed to participate in the
profits of the Pacific Pine Lumber
company, nor in the 260,000 worth of
Tho Pacific Pine Lumber company's
method of operating is to have all or
ders for coastwise or foreign shipment
made through the San Francisco house
on a basis of 5 per cent commission.
It would naturally bo expected that
this would be reckoned on the value
at the mill dock, bnt instead of that it
is reckoned on the price at the point
of destination. By this means the com
pany obtains a commission on the
charges made by the vessel for trans
portation and for loading and unload
ing. Thus, if the price of lumber at
the mill is 10 a thousand, the combi
nation charges 75 cents a thousand
commission instead of 50 cents.
In San Francisco and other Cali
fornia cities the combination has se
cured control of moat of the wholesale
yards, and does not allow retail yards
to be established. Instead of that tho
combine tells the retail dealers to
como to its yards, and forces them to
sell at a certain price, which is fixed,
and on which it allows the retailer a
margin of 5 a thousand. As yet the
company has not succeeded in obtain
ing control of all the wholesale yards,
a3 a few firms, notably tho Simpson
Lumber company, have still been able
to retain a few of their old yards in
spite of the fact that the combine has
m one instance leased one ot tiiese
yards over the heads of the original
tenants by offering 1,000 a month,
where the Simpson company was only
A committee of the members of the
company makes the running time for
the mills. Orders are sent out by tins
committee, and while they cannot be
legally enforced, each man whose
mill is in the combine knows that un
less the working days aro restricted
in conformity with the requirements
of the committee, he will not- only
not receive any orders from San Fran
cisco, but he will also havo to pay a
fine. True, he is allowed in some
months to exceed the time if ho has
several vessels loading, but ho must
close down tho next month for as
many days U3 he has overrun before.
As to the action being common to
tdl mills on tho coast shipping by way
of the Pacific ocean, save one, that is
not exactly true, as several mills on
Gray's harbor, do not conform to
the rule, but tho Simpson mills do.
The bad weather has almost entire
ly put a stop to building operations on
the Sonnd, and there is a ladk of or
ders for export, but the architects say
that the outlook is much better now
and that there will be as much
building during this year as
there was last, and perhaps more.
In the meantime there are a num
ber of new places that aro enjoying
quite a boom, aud in some of them,
even in the pre3ent wet weather, hun
dreds of people lire sleeping, eating
and carrying on business with no other
shelter than a light canvas tent, and
these places are demanding lumber
faster than they can be supplied.
Then, too, there will be a much larger
mileage of railways built this year than
last, thongh Washington headed the
list then with 360.1 miles of new roads
built and equipped out of si total
for the United States of 5,300 miles,
or 6.8 per cent, of the whole new mile
age. This will be at least doubled
during next year, and probably trebled.
There will be an extraordinary call for
ties, as the old roads need retieing
throughout Lumber will, therefore,
be in good demand this year, and
there will be a local market for the
rough lumber better than there has
been in the past
Often need some safe cathartic and
tonic to avert approaching sickness, or
to relieve colic, headache, sick, stomach,
indigestion, dysentry and the com
plaints incident to childhood. Let the
children take Simmons Liver Begula
tor and keep well. It is purely vege
table, not unpleasant to the taste and
safe to take alone or in connection with
ARE YOU MADE miserable by in
digestion. Dizziness, Loss of Appetite
Yellow Skin ? Shiloh's Vitafizer is a
positive cure. At J. C. Dement's.
Annals of the Frontics.
Met Noble Prentice in Topeka. Not
to meet Prentice is not to come to
Kansas. He told me about a man who
lived in Colorado when that great
state was merely a county in Kansas
territory Arapahoe county. This
man was trying to carve a fortune out
of Arapahoe, but wasn't cutting off
any very fat slices for himself. He be
came philosophical, aud formulated
the theory that tho less a man had the
less he would want, and the
less he wanted the less he
would really need. One morning a
friend met the man. The man liad
very few doilies upon him. He wore
merely a woolen undershirt deftly
tied about his waist, after the manner
ot a cannibal's tunic. "My friend,"
said the other, "T don't wish to ob
trude on your personal matters, and I
don't wish to seem impertinent, but it
appears to me tuat you do not bear
the outward marks and badges of pros
perity." "Well, no,' tlie man said.
"I am not prosperous as heart could
wish. The fact is, some of my invest
ments have not turned out as I antici
pated; I have been unable to realize
on several deals I made latelv. and.
not to put too fine a iomt upon it I
am, as you appear to have unaccount
ably surmised, temporarily embar
rassed, not to say actuallv in reduced
circumstances." "Aud what do you
propose to do?" asked his friend,
for it was he. "Well," tho
man said, "I have decided,
unless better fortune smiles on me
to-morrow, which I am certain she
would do were she to see me, to throw
away, this encumbering garb of false
and conventional civilizationr graft a
buffalo tail in the small of iny back,
and ran wild. Then I will not want
or need any thing but water and grass."
The Piitsharx 3Iayi
Ex-Mayor Andrew Fulton, of Pitts
burg, says the New York Star, was a
jolly, generous man about town, with
no respect whatever for tho set
tled prejudices of the Pittsburg peo
ple. When he was nominated for
mayor all the church deacon3 were
against him, and the old ladies' sew
ing societies passed resolutions de
nouncing his selection as a disgrace.
The tough element rallied to his sup
port. Every gambler and thug in tho
town voted for him and worked for
him, and counted on "owning the town
when Andy got in." But they didn't.
At that time the mayor of the city sat
as committing magistrate. The first
morning that Andy occupied the judi
cial chair the room was -crowded. As
it happened, the cells were also. Tho
first prisoner was a pretty girl, who
had broken the law and considerable
fnniiture under the "inlluenco" the
"Hello, Andy!" she said, with a
smile, as she tripped lightly to her
"Hello Daisy!" said ihe Mayor.
"You arc charged with being drunk
and disorderly and wrecking things.
That ain't right, and I'll have to give
yon ninety days. Next."
The next happened to be a particu
larly aggressive citizen named Calla
han, a gambler, prize-fighter and bad
man generally. His off-hand and ef
fusive greeting was: "Hello, Old
"Hello, Callahan!" said the mayor.
"I'll have to give you three months
for pulling that revolver last night."
"The h 1 you will," said Callahan;
"guess yon have made a mistake, old
"Guess f did," said the mavor non
chalantly. "It's six mouths!" That
settled the qncslion of authority, aud
Fulton gave the city as good and as
clean an administration as the people
wore accustomed to having before or
No Surprise- "I hear your husband
is quite a gallant. Do "you ever find
any letters in his pocket?" '"Only the
ones I give him to mail."
Distinction "Isn't Madge a won
derful girl?" "What can she do?"
Do! Why she can wear an cighteen
inch corset on a twenty-six inch waist.
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THE UNION PACIFIC.
Gray's Harbor Confident that it Will 1
One of the Object Points to be Reached.
Among the various railroad projeota
on which the public are keeping a
watchfnl and eager eye. the more-
mentsof the Union Pacific railway
are just now a matter of absorbing
interest. Their surveyors have been
dodging about this country for many
months, running lines here and there
and making careful estimates. Now
the story goes that the line is certain
to go here, again it will make such a
point its destination. These uncer
tain rumors, are, of course, the mere
result of idle speculation and not the
official utterances of the representa
tives of the company, but recent in
formation which comes from a credit
able source makes it all but an assured
That the Union Pacific railway aside
from striking a point on Puget sonnd
which is doubtless Tacoma is also
heading for Aberdeen on Gray's har
bor. The directors of the company in
Boston are, according to the Globus in
formant, now carefully considering
the estimates submitted on surveys
for a line running from some point on
tne Columbia river to Aberdeen.
These estimates are figured down to a
spike, as the saying is, and the interest
which the Union Pacific people have
shown in the development of Aber
deen and Gray's harbor goes to con
firm tho fact. The length of the road
wonld be 130 miles, extending
from the Columbia river to Ab
erdeen, touching at some point on
Puget sound. Becent advices from
Washington are to the effect that the
Union Pacific influence there is being
worked for what it is worth to secure
appropriations for the improvement
of Gray's harbor and the Chehalis
river. Prominent officers of the Union
Pacific have asked their friends at
Washington to snpport appropriations
for these purposes. It is believed by
interested parties that within a few
months the line will be under con
struction and completed to Gray's
harbor this year. A gentleman who
met Vice-President Holcomb and At
torney Jno. D. Thurston, of the Union
Pacific, at Omaha, says that they sub
stantially corroborate the information
given above as to the plans and esti
mates for the Gray's harbor line hav
ing been sent to Boston. More than
that they were at much pains to in
terest their friends at Washington in
the improvements of Gray's harbor.
The cumulative evidence is very strong
and fully justifies the confidence whioh
the people oE Aberdeen have in the
Union Pacific reaching them at an
early day. Indeed, it may be said
that they are not over sanguine in
looking for the realization of their ex
pectations this summer. Tacoma
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Vessels for Alaska.
Sax Fbaxicsco, March 19. There
are a number of vessels fitting out for
Alaska to engage in salmon fishing.
The Alaska Commercial company's
steamer liertha, Bora and St. Paul
have been brought to the city and
will be overhauled and loaded, and
will leave for the north in a week.
Business is comparatively brisk along
the water front, and every vessel
which leaves takes away a number of
men, loth white and Chinese, for
cannery work. Thus far the following
sailing vessels aro fitted out and will
sail in a day or twe: Kodiak, Pearl,
James A. Borland. CorypMne
Gatherer and Percy Edwards.
Several vessels have already left for
Newton, 111., May 23, 1888.
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the use of St. Jacobs OH. T. C. DODD.
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in tiiis paper, together with the choicest
nerfuniery, and toilet articles etc-can
he bought at the lowest prices at J. W".
Conn's" drug store, opposite Occident
OELO V. PARKER.
CARL A. HAXSOX
Parker & Hanson
C. L. PARKER,
New Goods Arriving Every Steame
Dress - GtoodUi
The Old Stand - Astoria Orecoa.
TO 5 im. -tTL.
P TRADE tHIW