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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3, 1893.
THE WOMAN IN THE CASE.
TlmeiWlin the Quint but Effective Kern
in I no Influence It Ignored.
In an article coinnionting on the si
lence of history about Mrs. Christopher
Columbus and her influence over the
great explorer and his perseverance,
Mary M. Ward, in the Boston Woman's
Our masculine friends husbands,
brothers and fathers are very ready to
say, when there transpires an occurrence
of ijuestionablo churacter, when lives are
t:i!:i'n, or when fortunes and battles are
lost, '-You );:uy di'pend upon it, there
was a womii'i at tlio bottom of all the
minchirf." litit v!ien anything iinpor
t:: lit in !.jne, iiswln the light of some
new ai:d wonderful discovery dawns up
on the world, behold thero is no hint of
feminino help or influence in tho matter.
'i'lio effects produced by climate, stats
of cociety, political condition, what not,
an.' n'.l taken into account nothing is
forgotten nave alone the quiet influence
of Iho one little woman at home, who
may have been the mightiest impelling
power after all. Jt is only another one
of the innumerable instances where "we
kli! d tlio bear," except in this case his
t; i-i.uis have seldom had the grace to
give the pronoun tlio plural number.
1 . reminds mo forcibly of a story told
by a clergyman of my acquaintance,
wiioBo sermons aro always practical and
tot. lu point. A centleman having be
come interested in a small man of busi
iie ! availed hiniHelf of an elder's privi
legi - the right to ask leading questions.
"Aid how long have you been at
woru, my boy?"
"Oil, it's as much as u mouth now."
"A:nl how do you like your work?
Disn'i you find it pretty hard to start out
so early in tlio morning?"
"Well, yes, it was pretty hard at
fint," the boy admitted, "but then you
see llier has to leavo tho house by 0
oVii. .;, and mother is up by half past 4
to i,i . the fin s going and to get hither s
breakfast. She rails father at a quarter
past !, and tlien by the time he is ready
to ;;o she calls tne, and while I am eating
my breakfast idio calls tho girls and puts
u; my lunch.
"No, the girls den't get np to help bo
cause they both work hard at tho store
from 7 o'clock till eupper time, so mother
lets them get all the rest they can.
"Yes," lie continued, "father works for
Mr. Denton in tho mill, and I work for
Mr. Sharp, and tho girls work for Mr.
Ellsworth down at tho store. We're get
ting along first rat 3 now."
"And whom does mother work for?"
enmotho next qiiesMon unexpectedly.
"Mothor,"hc hesitated, "mother why
mother don't worn for anybody she's
Four Dot Hint ii Wrtk.
"I cannot affuid to take vnn a car
ride," said ono wGilimr girl w.ien asked
where she intended ior-emllier holiday.
Further inquiries eiifl d the facts that
she was paying rent, railing and cloth
ing herself and i:::vtiug incidental ex
penses on tho i;:agiii!U'ent incomo of
$1.08 a wcekl There must havo been
money stringency in that quarter some
times. It would bo an interesting study to go
iuto tho details of such a caso and dwell
tin tho provision for sickness and slack
seasons, when even such remunerative
labor was not to be had. And yet that
girl, who would not indulge herself by
tho outlay of oven 5 cents, gave $1 in
charity where the reed was greater than
her own. Donahoe's Magazine.
Women tin fStnto llniii'ln.
It is becoming quite the thing for wom
en to bo appointed on statu boards. Ile
bcecaG. Bacon and Mary Mall have been
appointed on IheCouuirtii i;l stutelioiml
of charities. The Kama - I ;o board of
charities recentl" elected .Mrs. Emma
Pack, editor of The Farmer's Wife,
member of the h of i upervisors of
th j Topeka insa. a ;!um, and Miss
Minnio Wilson r.i ! ? : : Arlie Randolph
members of tho 1 ' i ! tho Ossawata
miii insano asylum. Dr. Alia Kliberg
was elected physician to women in tho
former institution and Dr. Emily White
in tho latter. Mrs. A. T. Wins of Siitfi
limv has been elected president of the
new board of trustees of tho Michigan
Stuto Industrial Homo For Girls.
Women Wlllut lMuyen.
San Francisco women excel in whist
playing. There is probably no city in the
couutry whero the game is so well played
by so many women as in the California
metropolis. At tho recent whist con
gress hold there women were present for
tho Urst timo ns members of various
clubs, and a woman, Mrs. Henry Krebs
of tho San Francisco Whist club was
elected assistant secretary of tho con
gress. One of tho most prominent male
whist clubs has a weekly "ladies' night,"
to which nil lady players aro welcome.
San Francisco Examiner.
A Womuu Krillor.
An item of nows almost more signifi
cant than the concession of woman suf
frngo In Now Zealand is this that n
lady, and a lady on tho right side of 40,
too, has been appointed colonial editor
of the London Times. Tho woman who j
lias been thus honored in conservative
England to gauge the situation in Great
er liritaiu for so Important a journal as
Tho Times is Miss Shaw, who has been
doing brilliant work as a traveling cor
respondent. Counteu ElUiuere'i Vere.
The dowugor Countess of Ellsmere, a
handsome, whito haired grandmother,
lately won an afternoon tea table in a
competition for the best nonsense verse
after a given model. This is the success
A bt l no o tn tttle.
And ct will nut call home the cuttle.
tut cauet with cajier,
Meuur Upn with taper,
Or try to catch rata with a rattle.
Bin. Blule Candidate.
At a meeting of the Woman's Suffrage
league Mrs. Mmgarette Moore nomi
nated Mrs. Lily Dweretu Blake for del
egftteatlartothp constitutional oon
wtinn ft-Kow York Sun.
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ARE YOU MARRIED?
It is the small annoyances, like a lost collar
button, that fret and worry. Sour milk over
night; no milkman in the morning; no cream
for the coffee; no milk for the baby. The
I GAIL BORDEII EAGLE BRAND
Condensed Milk is always ready for use. Use it
for tea, coffee and chocolate; for icecream, sum
mer drinks and general cooking purposes.
Your Grocer and Druggist sell it.
This Country is full of fat, healthy babies raised on the Eagle brand.
BUY OUR WORLD FAHED
BRAND COTTON TWINE
Following sizes always kept in stock by
Elmore, Sanborn it Co.:
Numbers 24, 28, 82, 30, 10, Soft Laid.
15, 18, 24, 30, 42, '18, :-l, Medium Laid.
COTTON - ROPE.
Our thread laid and twine laid cork and lead lines
guaranteed the ,besl ever sold on the Columbia
CliiiaRo, Dec. 2. the republlians
have nominated George B. Swift, mayor
pro torn., as a candidate for mayor to
1111 the unexpired term of 'he late May
or Harrison. Tlio democrats nominate
John P. Hopkins.
Chicago, Dec. 2. Charles Kiimlnlski,
I he well-known private tanker, dropped
dead at the republican city convention
this afternoon shortly after nmkliiK a
ipeech In favor of the iuinii;i:ition e!
Swift for mayor.
A BANK TO RESUME.
Tacoina, Deo. 2. The Tacoma Na
tional Hank, which suspended four
months ugo, will resume on Monday.
THR COLLIERIES STRIKE.
l'ittnlmi'K, Dec. 2. Everything Is (pilet
at tin; Snuwden and CJiistonville col
lieries. Some of the men went to work
hiuler Kimrd this morning. It' Is thought
the strike is broken.
For Hip City Election to be Held
PUTS YOU in Chicago
Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis and all
IVIany Hours Ahead
y Of Any Other Line.
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining Chair Cars, Oln.
ing Cars are run da ly via the
Union Pacific Flyer leaving Port'
land at 7:00 p
Auditor and Police Judge,.
J. W. CONN.
Councilman First Ward,
Councilman Second Ward.
A. SCHERNECKAU. ,
Councilman Third Ward,
Astoria to San Francisco.
Columbia, Sunday, Nov. C.
State, Friday, Nov. 10.
Columbia, Wednesday, Nov. 15.
State, Monday, Nov. 20.
Columbia, Saturday, Nov. 25.
State, Thursday, Nov. 30.
Astoria and Portland Steamers.
Steamer R. R. Thompson leaves As
toria at 6 a. m., dally except Sunday,
via Washington side of the river; re
turning, leaves Portland at 8 p. m.,
daily, except Saturday. The Thomp
son makes landings on both sides of
the river above Waterford, on both tip
and down trips.
STIIili IK THE
ttn. K'Wx rw-t) n 3na tf.se
For Silver Side Fishing
MARSHALL'S - TWINE
The staying powers of Marshall's Twine are superior
to those of any other ever used on the Columbia river.
IT IS THE CHEAPEST
GOOD FISHERMEN USE IT
AMERICAN LABOR MAKES IT
IT IS THE BEST
FOR FALL FISHING
FOR SMALL MESH NETS
FOR LASTING QUALITIES
10- Ply .'JO'S
8 Ply 40's
13 Piy HQ's
12 Ply 40's
FIRE AND MARINE.
We are agents for the largest and best companies
represented in Astoria.
Royal Insurance Co., assets,
London Assurance Corp'n
i'Etna Insurance Co.
Western U. S. Branch,
New Zealand Insurance Co.,
Combined Assets, - $45,403,044.00
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO.
Is the Hue tn take to nil
It is the DINING CAR ROUTE
It offers the best service, coniS
SPEED am! COMFORT
It is tne popular route with those Him
wish to travel on
It Is therefore the route you Fh' old
take, it rims throw;!) vestilmlod
trains every day in the yciir to
St Paul and Chicago
No Change of Cars,
Elegant Puliiiiiin Sleepers,
Superior Tourist Sleepers,
Splendid Free Second-class Sleepers,
Only one change of cms '
Portland to New York
To Any Furl of the civilized world.
Passengers ticketed via. all bonta runiniu
between Anloriti, Kahuna and I'm Hand.
Full Information concerning riles, time ol
trains, routes nd other details furnished oi
C. W. STONE.
AkciiI AMo in.
Steamer Telephone lloek.
A. D. CHARLTON.
Assistant t.eneral l';iisenirer Agent
No. 121 First hi., uor. W.ishlhuloij,
nn! nil the train of evils
i ivin ciii ly errursor Inter
vsct sses, the results ot
i venvork, ulekiicsa,
iltvi'l(i.iMent and i, i:q
Kkcn iu every ortaiinnd
port liu of tho body.
Kin, pl'. natural methoda
Rt-cn. Knlluro unpuMhH
'iXi references. Bunk,
iiKplau;i(l(in and pnxfd
mailt d (seuled) free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
BUFFALO. N. Y.
Does not Revere The Name of
8. H. 11. CLARK
K. ELI.KRY ANDEH
For rates and Keneral inf.iiiiiation cull on or
W. n. IIUKI.BUBr, fi. W. I.OUNSRKKRY,
A. (tan fas. Ar, Aueut
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FOR A DOSE
IS YOUR STOMACH SOUP.
Brtntth bod or Hcd .ehlnlif On. of Jh r.
CulM tlio bowels una CUM." i Cr "k'
ol promiay. y.t nUldlr.nfW'H'Kl-Uli. la.
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Tinntinafim Oonstlption and Sick,
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CANADIAN PACIFIC ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE
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"XropreM ot India" leaves Vancouver Oct. Hi.
AUSTRALIAN STEAMER SERVICE
The "Mlottom" leaves Victoria Oct. 16 for
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for li.kns, mtt'8 and Informntlou, call ou or
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