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MOXDAY OCTOBER 20, 1890
MIND AND MATTER IN SCIENCE.
In whatever depart inent of thought
we Sad it occupied, the very nature
of kce k hostile to uncertainty,
says the Lancet. Facts, indeed, are
sot its constant possession, but its ob
ject, nevertheless, is always to know
the truth as true beyond pos
sibility of doubt Nothing, therefore,
can, in strict confoimity with its char
acter, bo received on mere trust All
that is accepted must be capable of
proof, and anything that cannot be
veriGed, though true it may be, is to
science a thing not known. In refer
ence to all such matters, its position
is that of the agnostic, properly so
called, not, .that is to say, of a mere
crccdlcss bigot, but of an expectant
and cautious investigator, accepting
iu belief only that -which he has
proved. In virtue of this
very position, however, the de
scription here given is but a
partial one. It applies rather to a
purpose than an actual condition.
It is a true portrait of actual science
only, and it leaves untouched the
illustration of that far-reaching prin
ciple by which every branch of knowl
edge is made subject to the law of de
velopment and passes through doubts,
conjectures, and shrouded truths to
the brightness of clear understanding.
Science is no exception to this rule.
It has its tentative theories, its muta
ble facts, and provisional acceptances,
and its position would be logically un
tenable if it were to deny to other
modes of thought a share in that
charitable consideration which allows
time for its own conclusions, however
crude, to be planned, marred, recast,
and slowly matured. Tho assumption
of such a position would indeed bo
suicidal, for it implies a fatal schism
among the forces concerned in phil
Science and philosophy, it must be
remembored, are not contraries. They
are merely the obverse and the con
verse of the same intellectual process,
the former objective, tho latter sub
jective as to its rational method.
Either may, in the wider acceptation
of its mcaaing, bo taken to include
the other, and it is only tho promin
ence of one, the physical application
of roientiOc study, which has associated
the former with what we call matter,
as distinct from spirit or mind, the
natural sphere of the latter. How
ever divorce they may seem to be, dis
tinction between mind and matter is,
in the present state of our knowledge,
impossible. "Yc are yet without
exporience or information re
specting the separate condi
tion of one or another. At
all points matter is instinct with in
corporated properties which consti
tute the law of its being, though
wltencc derived its atoms cannot tell
us: and mind, on the other hand, can
only confess itself through its physi
cal manifestations. Thnnnli m
should penetrate if it were possible
beyond the earliest known traces of
our world, we might still be as far as
evor from a solution of the mystery,
but at no stage could wo expect to
pass beyond the age at which these
two became united. Everywhere we
still find, whether in vital activity or
in the buried vestiges of world-old
existence, the sure signs of cause and
effect The design may vary, but its
evidences are never wanting.
This is the last week of the great
cxiosition at Portland, and all of our
citizens who have not yet visited it
should surely do so, if possible. It is
well for people to see what is being
done iu this slate and know what is
being produced. It is also an object
lesson of inestimable value to tho
joung, one which when seen, will
leave a lasting impression on their
minds which cannot fail to bo. useful
Lay aside your business cares,
lake your family and go to
Portland before tho wonderful at
traction closes, as Saturday even
ing is the last time it will be open.
It does one good to go away from
home, visit other places, see other peo
ple, and learn by observation what is
transpiring in other localities than
our own. Valuable information is ac
quired by travel, as new ideas aro sug
gested and an opportunity is afford
ed to learn by observation and com
parison, so that on returning we are
enabled to put iu practice improve
ments which add to our financial in
terests or contribute materially to our
prosperity and happiness.
Whenever the men of Astoria can
unite upon any project, and bend all
their energies to secure its accom
plishment, the result will be a grand
success, but not until they can har
monize conflicting interests and all
pull for tho one end, will any particu
lar good be secured. So long as one
man is afraid to do anything for fear
his neighbor will reap as much, bene
fit as himself, so long will nothing of
general interest and public
benefit be sccompb'sbed. Seattle, Ta
cornn, Spokane Palls and other live
towns have no more natural advantages
than Astoria, yet when any public im
provement is inaugurated, no matter
at whose suggestion, all personal feel
ings are laid aside and every man
works for the general good without
slopping to sea if the benefit will be
as great to his neighbor is himself,
nd tho result is they aro successful,
and all are benefited. When Astoria
learns this lesson and acts accordingly,
Uen onr city will grow and prosper,
Imt&ot until then. May God hasten
Tragedy appears to be rampant
everywhere, judging by the accidents
and casualties heralded over the wires.
Murders, suicides, criminal assaults,
robbery, and various other crimes
against individuals or property seem
to prevail in all sections. Frequently
they are caused by people living too
extravagantly, often induced to do so
by their inordinate pride, and as they
live beyond their means they must
resort to crime to supply the addi
tional funds. Detection, exposuro
arrest and conviction are almost cer
tain to follow. A certain amount of
ambition is commendable in all, but
this insatiate desire for display and
notoriety, in order to gratify which
people live beyond their means and
are thus tempted to become criminals
is the curse "of thousands in this broad
land. The numerous sad warnings
are insufficient to prevent others from
rushing headlong into the fatal abyss.
Moderation is a virtue many should
strive to cultivate.
Salmon by weight is now being agi
tated as the proper way to regulate
the price canners should pay the fish
ermen, instead of a certain fixed price
per fish, whatever the size may be.
The law of Oregon compels a man to
use nets with an eight and one
half inch mesh, while Washington has
no such law, and the fishermen on the
north side of the Columbia can use
any size of mesh they please. In this
manner the Washington canners get
smaller fish than tho Oregon canners,
and therefore their canned product
costs them more. It is now proposed
to regulate all this by fixing a certain
price per pound, which canners shall
pay the fishermen, and tho plan has
many advocates among .both classes.
Eye, Head and Nervous Diseases, At
"Occident Hotel, Astoria, Oct-
28, Por a Tew Days Only.
Dr. Trcnticc "Will Cure the First Case
Of Cross-Ej-es and Epileptic Fits
Free On the Day of His
Arrival in Astoria.
A man well known in this community
writes the following interesting letter:
"1 was chopping a stnnip four weeks
ago, when a flying chip struck me in
the eye; for a short lime 1 was entirely
blind. Then partial sight returned
again. 1 nurtured nope and continued
to treat it at home, until ten days ago,
when 1 began to abandon hope of ever
seeing perfectly again, unless some
thing more than ordinary was done.
1 then counciled two of the leading
Oculists of Portland, who told me one
eye would have to be cut out to save
the other. It did not exactly suit me to
have my cj c cut out, and so I sought
other council. I went to Dr. Prentice,
the Oculist, then at Portland, and he
laughed at the idea of its being neces
sary to cut my eye out; I joined in the
laugh, for it was on my side. 1
have been free from pain since the first
day's visit to Dr. Prentice, and im
proved steadily, and am now entirely
well again. 1 feel safe in saying that if
Dr. Prentice cannot cure a case lie will
always say so. Tiios. II. Foss,
Gray's River, Wash.
A Touching Sccno Witnessed By a Portland
One week ago we received an invita
tion to witness a delicate surgical oper
ation on an eye. '1 he patient was the
17-year-old daughter of Harrison Hay.
For three years she had been blind in
both eyes with a cataract, and was
obliged to grope her way about in total
darkness. The patient without taking
chloroform, submitted to the following
operation: the was now ready for the
surgical part of the work, and we stood
in breathless anxiety as Dr. Prentice
placed the point of his knife at the
side of the eyeball, carefully touched
the point oi the cornea, then the oiaue
entered the eye; we saw it pass through
the eye in front of the pupil and then
come out at the opposite side. It was
then drawn upward, and a cut made of
about one-third of the circumference of
the ball. Another instrument was then
passed in back of the pupil, and almost
on tho instant the girl said: "Oh, Dr.
Prentice 1 can see you." This was
spoken in tones well calculated to bring
tears to one's eyes. From the time
the knife touched the eje until the
patient could see, it was just one min
ute. She was allowed to sec those
about her for a moment, then the eye
was closed and bandaged.
In just one week after the operation
she came into our office and was able to
read our paper. She also wroto a letter
home, saying; "Dear parents, 1 can
see and am happy."
Mr. Jerome w. Campbell, General
Superintendent of the Willamette
Bridge Railway Co., saw this operation.
Another Letter From Jndgo Carlton.
Salt Lake City, 1888.
Dr.AK Doctor: Before leaving for
the East. I wish to express my appre
ciation of your treatment of my eyes.
1 have tried for several years to get far
seeing classes, and I had concluded 1
could get none that would be of any
benefit to me. But after I saw tho won
derful benefit of your system, I take
pleasure in saying that the glasses fur
nished by j'ou have restated my vision
both for leading and far-seeing to the
same condition as in my boyhood. iTe
solved to have you furnish me glasses
after I witnessed your system on a beau
tiful young lady of sixteen years, af
flicted with a complicated condition of
the eyesight. She told me she had
never" been able to distinguish one's
face at a distance of six feet. With
Dr. Prentice's glasses she could sec as
well as anyone. As she looked up
and down the street, and for the first
time in her life saw the distant mount
ian tops, she was greatly delighted, and
inquired with childish simplicity: "Do
other people see this way ? It seemed
that a new world was opened to her
view, as novel and beautiful as "Eden's
rosy bowers" appeared to our first par
ents. Yours truly,
Judge A. B. Cam.ton,
Chairman Utah Commission.
Xerrous Diseases That Are Permanently
Cnred By Dr. Prentice.
Epileptic fits, Paratysis, Drunken
ness (periodical), Heart disease, Kidney
disease, Asthma, Sick headache, Spinal
irritation, and nervous debility in men
and women. A permanent euro is
Runs high at J. W. Conn's drug store
over System Builder, as everybody is
using it for Catarrh of the "stomach,
Dyspepsia. Constipation and Impure
Blood, and to build up the system it cer
tainly possesses wonderful merit when
all speak so well of it.
milE STEAMER EDITH WILL BE SOLD
JL cheap for cash. Her dimensions are :
76 7-10 feet Ion, 17 7-10 feet wide, and fl 3-10
feet deep. She is In good order. For fur
ther particulars apply to Van Diisen & Co.,
Astoria, Or., or J. G. Megler, Brooklleld,
AN ENERGETIC MAN WANTED TO
push our manufactures on tills ground.
One or our agents earned $5,200 in '89. Ad.
dress r. O. Box 1371, New York.
"Enlarged and Refitted to Meet the Popular Demand.g3
FINEST RESTAURANT IN THE CITY.
Shoalwater Bay and Eastern Oysters.
Private Rooms For Dinner Parties, Etc.
HEAIiS COOKED TO OEDEB.
o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o
This is the Cleanest and is in
Quietest Location of any
Hotel in the City.
WHITE COOKS. :
O-O-O-O-O-O O - O - O - O - O - O - O - O - O
Ctas. Bona! ft Mil Tailor.
New Fall Coods Just Received.
Latest Coods in the Market.
257"CalI and he convinced that 1 turn
513 Third Street, -
To the party receiving the largest list
of names for
THE GREAT NEW
HISTORY Of HTM
By HUBERT II. BANCROFT
T1IE EMINENT HISTORIAN
READY at last Only true History of Mor
monlsm published FnscinaUng.intcnscIy
interesting, powerful Endorsed alike by
Mormons and G cm lies.
Of Trappers and Travelers moody Indian
Wars-Thrilling accounts of Massacres and
Miraculous Escapes The famous Danitc
Association. Etc. Etc.
MYSTERIES OF POLYGAMY
'lhH Tlthine House Celestial Marnacc
Strange Religious Customs Biography or
Brigham Young, as thrilling as a novel yet
A grand book to sell. Everybody
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chanics, andall classes have eagerly awaited
the appearance of tlds remarkable book.
Send quick $1 00 for costly and elegant
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it is gl en out. Eemember-thls is a subject
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Grand Illustrations attract attention evcrj
THE HISTORY COMPANY
723 Market St. San Francisco
Hagee, Argand and Acorn
toves i Ranges,
Cooking and Heating,
EVERYONE FULLY WARRANTED
WATER CLOSETS, PLUMBIXG GOODS,
PUHrS, SINKS, AXD BATn TUBS
ISTo e3 SoiaJJLy
341 CHENAMOS STREET.
1. 17V. Case,
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts drawn available in any part of the
0. S. and Europe, and on Bong Rous, China
Office Houbs : 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
Odd Fellows Building, Astoria, Oregon.
Report of the Condition
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At Astoria, in tho State of Oregon, at the
close of business, October 2nd, 1890.
Loans and discounts..... $181.372 20
Overdrafts secured and unsecured, 7,4 H 40
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 12,500
Stocks and Securities 23,lil 29
Due from approved reserve agents 87,513 47
Due from other National Banks 674 33
Due from State Banks and bankers 22,792 01
Current expenses and taxes paid i.CGl 73
Premiums on U. S. Bonds .... 2jS00
Checks and other cash items. 38
Bills of other Banks 150
Nickels and cents. m..... Cl 99
Specie -. C5,200
Legal tender notes....-................. 175
Redemption fund with U.S. Treas
urer (5 percent, of circulation) 502 50
Capital stock paid in .
Undivided profits ....
National bank notes out
standing ... .........
Individual deposits sub
ject to check S24S.901 03
Demand certificates of
deposit . 55.724 54
Certified checks .. 1,903
Total SXW.CX) 01
State of Oregon, U
County of Clatsop, r
I. S. S. Gordon, cashier of the above n.-.mcil
bank, do solemnly swear that the above
statement is true to the best of my knowl
edge and belief.
S. S. GORDON, Cashl-r.
Subscribed and sworn to bef re me this
8th day of October, IKK).
Correct Attest :
JOHN A.DKVLT2T. J-Directors.
WILLIAM JL LADD, J
For Sale Cheap.
A TEN OR TWELVE IIORSE POWER
. engine and boiler in good order,
mounted. Apply to C. P. ZIGLEK.
- o - o - o - o - 'o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o - o
Main St. House.)
- : NO CHINESE.
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out the most fashionable suit in the city.
Next to C. H. Cooper's.
Successors to Wilson & Fisher.
IIK.WT AND SHELF
"STDES. I 'XTSJ'L.JEl.lEJ
and Mill Feed.
:GENEIIAL AGENTS FOR:
SALEM PATENT ROLLER MILLS.
Portland. Roller Mills.
FAIRBANKS' SCALES, ETC.
Astoria, - Oregon.
Poultry and Fish
In Quantities To Suit.
Southwest cor. Fourth & Cass
GaiHaliail & CO.
I. W. CASE,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL DEALERS IN
Corner Chenamus and Cass streets.
Hughes & Go
Wholesale and Retail
Importers of All Brands of Foreign and Do
mestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
J. H. Cutter Whiskies a specialty. Val
Blatz Bottled Beer. Finest brands of Key
West and Domestic Cigars.
Liquors for Medicinal Purposes.
Family Trade Solicited. All orders from
the City and Country promptly filled.
Squemoqua Street, -
Cigiy's, Tobacco and Snuff,
MEERSCHAUM & BRIER PIPES,
Pocket Cutlery, Marine Glasses,
STATIONERY AND NOTIONS.
Comer Main and Second Sts., Astoria, Or.
Notice of Guardian's Application
FOR LICENSE TO SELL REAL ESTATE
of his wards.
To Martha Rowland. Arthur Rowland and
all other persons Interested in the estate of
huos Rowland, deceased :
Take notice t hat Wm. Taper, as guardian
of the minor heirs of said Emos Rowland,
deceased, has filed his pellt'on lor license
to sell a specified part of the real estate b?-li-n;riiig
to said K1103 Itouland cstntr situ
ated in the County ol C atsop. Orfgnii ; you
are hereby notified and require.) to :-pio.r
before the Comity court at t!n mirt Ifnusn
in Astoria In said count v:m.isi.tt- .f Ore
gon, on the 3rd day f November, lnW). at
two oYlock In the Hftriiitn:i of s4iitl d iv to
show caue why a Hcenve slton-d not" be
k mitPil for Ihe sale of such real eslute.
Given thii2Hh da of Septrtnbor. 180").
0. A. McGUIItK.
dtd County Judge.
ALL PERSONS HAVING ACCOONTS
against the estate of tho late Philo
Callender are hereby noUfled to present the
same to mo for settlement forthwith.
M. P. OALLENDER,
August 5th, 1890.
Saddles and Harness I iilJwSJga
A LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FEOM.
GOODS AT SA3T FRANCISCO PRICES.
I make a specialty or good work and guarantee satisfaction. At the Old Stand, Wes
Side Olney Street. Near Wilson & Fisher's.
The Largest Stock !
Two car loads received : More on the way. You are invited to see tho finfjt
dlspLiy of FuniltHre, Carpets, etc., In the city. Prices reasonable.
The Old Stand,
Groceries, Provisions and Mill Feed,
Crockery, Glass Plated Ware.
The Largest and finest assortment of
Fresh. Fruits and Vegetables.
Main Slrcr t, - Astoria, 'Orcj;ou.
CIIRISTEXSEV CO., rKOPRIKTOKS.
RESPECTFULLY CALL TIEE ATTEN
tion of the public to tho fact that the
aoove Market will always besupplled v. Ith a
POLL VARIETY AND BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS ! I
Which will be sold at lowest rates, whole
sale and retail.
EirSpecIal atteution Riven to supplying
WHERRY & COMPANY,
Fresh and Cured Meats,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL,
CHENAMUB Street. Astoria, Og.
O'Harn. & Ingnlls, Propr's.
Opposite Foard & Stokes.
A First-Class Meat Shop.
Frosh and Salt Meats
All Purchases Delivered in any part of the
IS WHAT YOU GET AT
Foard & Stokes
Groceries and Provisions
Everything in a First-class Store
Extremely Low Figures.
Goods Delivered all over Town.
The Highest Price Paid for Junk.
FOARD & STOKES
Z. T. WRIGHT,
Foot of Morrison St., Portland, Oregon.
Parm, Ohurclr and School Bells.
Inspirators, Injectors and Feed Pumps, Coal
Oil Engines, Trahern Pumps, Kriehel
Engines, Boilers and Steam Generators
CHEMICAL "FIRE ENGINES,
Blacksmith Forg- and Drills, Best Axle
(It case and Compound In the world.Pow-
ell's Brass Goods and Iron Pipe.
Send for Circular.
Nulice for Publication.
r yi OFFICE AT OltgtSON CIIY
1J Oregon, uct. llli. JQ.
NoSKMi-licrbKygivoii ilialth folhmitig
ntnied settler has iilediMtice of her intea
linn to make final i-ntof in snpnnit of her
cl.uiii.and that s,dd pniof uiil 1h made le
r r the lcegNU r and Uereivcr of the U S
Land Ol ccat Oregon City Orejion. 011 r.ov.
15th. 1S90, Yiz : Mrs. S. Tolles, rra dilution
D.S. No. 7008. for the NE'4 of section 23
T5N.R7W, W.M. '
She names the following witnesses to
prove her continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, vis. : Edward Bur
chard, Whalen C. Groff, Hiram Groff and
William B. Marye, all of Jewell, ClatsoD
County. Oregon. H
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Orders Delivered Free of Charge. Country
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next to Pioneer onice.
AST OKlA. OKEGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
Boiler Shop t
All kinds of
Promptly attended to.
Aspocialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STKEEl. .
Astoria Iron Worts.
Concoraly St., Foot of Jackson, Astoria. Or
lacMsists aii Boiler Maters.
Land and Marine Engines
Steamboat Work and Cannery Work
Castings of all Descriptions Made
to Order at Short Notice..
Johh Fox.. President, and Sunt
A.L.FOX, .... vice President
J. G. HU8TLBB. Sec. and Treas
EVENSON & COOK.
On the European Plan.
LARGE CLEAN ROOMS,
A FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT
Board by the Day, Week or Month
Private Rooms for Families, 'Etc.
Transient Custom Solicited.
Oysters, Fish, Meats, Etc., Cooked to
WATKKSt., Opp. Foard A Stokes
a nnsT class saloon
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NOT HJt: U HEKEltV !IVKX THAT THE
:iiiuiul iiiccthi!; of ihi Stockholders of
the Fishermen's i nckin Company will he
held at the office of tho company on
Weduesday, Oct., 23th, 1830, at 9 o'clock
a.m., for the purpose of electing a Board
of Directors for the ensuing year and the
transaction of such other husincss as may
properly come before the meeting.
By order of the president,
G. A. NELSON,
BHTJS'EF ,3:,k-tO3!k'Blt jaBWBdPini
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Our Stock of Oregon and Washington Books is now
We are the Agents for the Exchange of Books to he nsed
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A "SMITH PREMIER" TYPEWRITER can he
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FLYNN, The Tailor,
Finest Woolen Goods for Suitings. Al! the Latest Styles
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EOS FRESH BREAD,
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Graduates Students in
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Also Musical, Theological, Pharmaceutical and Art Courses.
It is the oldest, largest and least expensive Institution of learning in the northwest.
School opens first Monday In September. Send for catalogue to
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ForM's Great MishM Exposition
0PEWS SEPT. 25th. 1890 CLOSES OCT. 25th.
Slsnor Liberatl's Military Band or Fifty Selected Musicians will furnish the music.
Six and one half acres of floor space filled to overflowing with the wonders of this won
derful age. A world of Mechanics in Miniature. Not to visit this Great Exposition and
view Its wonders In every department of art and science will he to miss an opportunity
such as has never been presented to the people of this coast before.
THE FAT AND DOMESTIC STOCK DEPARTMENT.
Will open September 2oth and close October 2d. $5,500 Is offered In cash premiums in
this Department. Stock Department open to visitors from 9 a. m. until 5 v. m. Exposi
tion from 1 r. m. until 10 p. m. One admission ticket admits to both. Price, adults, CO cts. ;
children, 23 cts. Reduced rates on all transportation lines leading to Portland.
For information address, E. W. ALLEN, Supt. and Sec'y.
Es the Choice of
Superior Facilities for Shipping in Car Load Lots.
Orders for any quantity to be directed to
H. "WEINHARD, Portland, Oregon.
Corner Twelfth, and. B. Telephone 72.
Wholesale Wine House.
Fine Wines, Choice Brands.
I have completed arrangements for supplying any brand of Wine in any quantity
at lowest cash figures.
The Trade Supplied,
ALL "ORDERS DELIVERED FREE IN ASTORIA.
Your patronage in City or Country solicited.
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