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About The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899 | View Entire Issue (June 19, 1894)
AST0RIAN, ASTORIA, TUESDAY M0RNINU, JUNE JO, 1894. .
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TERMS OP gUttftCklPTION.
Fei.t by-mall, per month cu
Kent by mall, per year 7.W
flen, by mall per w. $MC
postage free to luMcriDera.
'i ha Astorlan guarantee to lt ub
Jlberi the largest circulation of any
rwpaper published on the Columbia
Advertising rates can be obtained on
oifpllcatlon to the business manager.
This paper Is In possesion of all the
friegroph franchises, and Is the cr y
per on the Columbia river that pub
lishes genuine dispatches.
Tie Pally Astorlan's circulation is
tove time- as great as that of the com
bined circulation of the other daily pa
pers of Astoria.
The WeeUly Astorlan, the third old
Mf weekly in the state of Oregon, has,
" x to the Portland Oregonlan, the
Crgest weekly circulation in the state.
Subscribers to ti.e Astorlan are re
quested to notify this office, without
loso of time, Immediately they fall to
ctelve their dally paper or when they
ilo not get it at the usual hour. By if
,? this they will enable the manage
u pT.ee "he blame on the proper
Tar" es and to insure a Pyp&
Handley & I'na are our Portland
ugents and copies of the Astorlan can
thad every morning at their stand
on First street.
THH RIGHT PROTECTION.
The falling off In the salmon pack of
the Lower Columbia river has become
so marked as to excite alarm, not only
among those directly engaged In that
business, but also on the part of others
whose prosperity in one way or another
depends upon the success and continua
tion of that Industry. One of the most
prominent packers in Astoria was heard
to say a few days ago that It was not
very doubtful If his firm could get the
fish to fill the orders already on hand,
and he added that he believed other
canneries in this, vicinity were In the
same situation. If this Is so, then It Is
high time something was being done for
the protection and preservation of this
most important industry. There is talk,
It is true, that the next legislature will
adopt some form of law Intended for
this purpose, but it Is plain to any one
who has watched the effect of similar
laws In other Btutes that no state regu
lation can accomplish the desired ob
ject. Such laws belong to a class very
hard to enforce, and even in states
where tho varieties of fish sought to bo
protected are game fish, peculiar to
streams within the state, and which
breed in and never leave such streams,
It hns been found impracticable to en
force these laws. It would be especially
difficult to enforce that kind of law In a
state like Oregon, where Ashing Is
great trade, and where neither the flsh
Ing grounds nor the breeding, places of
the fish lie wholly within the confines
of the state. It may be unpopular to
opposo such a law now, but It will be
found on trial that a Btato regulation ol
that kind will operate as a positive dis
crimination against the fishermen of
Oregon in favor of those of other lo
calities. Like tho local laws regulating
the lhiuor traffic, the people soon come
to regard It no crime to violate tho law,
nnd lb will often happen that the offi
cers upon whom Its execution depends
have a pecuniary Interests In its non
enforcement, and owe their election to
tho votes and Influence of tho men
against whom It Is aimed. The only
feasible wny to protect the salmon fish
eries Is by federal enactment, and It
will be simply a wnBte of valuable time
to attempt any other mode of regula
tion. The states of Maryland and Vir
ginia tried for many years in vain t
check tho extermination of the shad
nnd herring In tho Totomao river, but
when congress was appealed to and re
sponded with the appropriate remedy,
tht effect of five years' intervention of
tho federal authorities wna to restore
thcao flxh to almost their original
abundance. The time Is moet favorable
now for action with reference to the
Columbia fisheries. The destruction of
most of the dums and fish wheels avoids
the ugly question of compensation for
such Improvements, and the extraordin
arily high wnter has added to tho fu
ture abundance (if the fish by permit
ting an unusually large number to
reach the siwwning places In the head
waters of the river. The thing to do is
to call public meetings at. prominent
points, and by resolution and personal
appeal urge the representatives In con
gress of the states of Oregon and Wash
ington to have a committee of Investi
gation appointed at the present session.
Such committee could visit this section
and complete Its examination during the
coining vacation, and at the next con
gresa a law would be recommended and
poased without opposition. J
Again there la a break In the only
telegraph wire leading from Astoria,
and for a town of 10,000 Inhabitants,
anna raiiruad, ao wagixi rvad, Sana
tslpprftph, saM mall even, It. I certainly
hot well fisted for outld c-mmiihlca-tlon
fl I'n-oBrtU, It Iri to life hoped that
Judge Browne's lllhess at Denver will
not jirVe of long duration.
Owing to a failure of connaclionn
some way, no letter was received yes
terday from The Astorian's special cor
respondent at Portland. The regular In
stallment will doubtless arrive today,
and may be expected to appear In to
CIRCUIT COURT NOTES.
At tho circuit court yesterday the fol
lowing cases were disposed of:
Al. Thrall vs. Nelson Borglund; Judg
ment for plaintiff on default.
Astoria Savings bank vs. Eliza J.
Hustler; confirmation of sale allowed.
Astoria Building and Loan Association
vs. Elanor and Wm, Symons; default of
Martin Ryan vs. Christian Henry;
motion to strike out allowed and 20
days to file amended answer.
W. Rlgly vs. Book Wook & Co.; Judg
ment by default.
Astoria. Building & Loan Association
vs. Fred. Tronson; until Thursdny to
D. Bmith Vs. W. Ii Oillett; continued
for term. ,
A. V. Allen vs. Theo. and Esther Bros
mer; ordered that referee report testi
mony of plaintiff.
N. P. Johansen vs. Clatsop Mill Co.;
David Twedle vs. M. M. Ketchum; re
ferred to C. E. Runyon to tnke testi
mony. James Anderson vs. Grace M. Welch;
until Wednesday to answer.
Wm. Dench vs. Seaside Lodge, No. 12,
A. O. U. W.; privilege of withdrawing
City of Astoria vs. R. R. Marlon; argu
ment on motion.
CURE OP SMALLPOX.
"I am willing to risk my reputation
as a public man," wrote Edward Hlne
to the Liverpool Mercury, "if the worst
case of smallpox cannot be cured In
three days by the use of oream of tar
tar. One ounce of cream of tartar dis
solved in a pint of water (hot) drank at
intervals when cold, is a certain, never
failing remedy. It has cured thousands,
never leaves a murk, never causes
blindness nnd avoids tedious lingering."
Is rendered more wholesome and palut
ttblo If Instead of using milk or cream
you use tho Gall Borden Eagle Brniiil
Condensed Milk, or if you prefer It un
sweetened, then Borden's Peerless
Urnnd Evaporated Cream.
PROVEN A BOON.
Genllenicn: I have nlwnys recom
mended Krause'B Headache Capsules
wherever I huve hud a chance. They
have proven a veritable boon In my
family ngnlnst any and all kinds of
headuuhe. Yours truly,
J. E. WALTER,
For sale by Chus. Rogers, Astoria,
Oregon, sole agent.
A SURE CURE FOR PILES.
Itching Piles a.e known by moisture
like perspiration, causing Intense Itching
when warm. This form, as well as Wind,
Bleeding or Protruding, yield at once to
Dr. Hosanko's l'lle Itemed)', which actB
llrectly on the parts affected, absorbs
tumors, allays itching and effects a
permanent cure. 50c. DrugKlst or mail.
Circulars free. Dr. Bosanko, S28 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pa, Bold by J. W.
FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind chollo, and
Is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five
cents a bottle. Sold by all drug
gists throughout the world.
(Gaining Every Day.)
Put your lips around one of the Sena
tor Stanford or the Schiller Cigars, then
light It nnd draw. What do you find?
Tho fluent two for a quarter on the
("Vast, and they are gaining new cus
tomers every day.
627 Third Btreet.
Is something you want, if
not today, you w ill want is
sometime. We keep carpen
ter's tools too, anJ if this
weather will only rul! itself
(Tr toEeher you will want plenty
vii of Hardware of which we
have a plenty only waiting your call.
J. II. WYATT,
r Liiii iifiiii in i ii vi ill 11 I f LwMi
XX . a unffi
It is cheaper than any quantity off t Vi
iy- cure, uon'i give cnnarennarcoi-! jM'kSfi ii VJJ
K'TP 'i tics or sedatives. Thev are tin-51 WH M U M?
Push a Lucky Man
Into the Nile, savs the Arabian
proverb, nnd he will come ont with
n fifh iu bis month. Our Buyer was
elated last month, and wheu he re
turned home he says : "I got 'em ;
got 'em ohcnp ; (?ot 'em to boII ; got
'em ro as to nmlersell nil other deal
ers in Fine Kentucky Whittkios on
the Con3t. Over fifty demijohns of
it went out yoxterdny but custom
era went with them,
HUGHES & CO.
In a Stew
Your wife will surely be, unless you
send home a piece of meat that Is
Tender and Sweet
Long experience lias made us expert
Judges of meat, and we will give you
points on how to pick out a good piece.
WASHINGTON MEAT MARKET,
CMRISTEN3EN & CO., Prop'rs,
Do you ever consider tho quality
of the bread nnd pastry you are
eating? It may be good. It
might be better.
The best Is the cheapest and
you will always iind it at
CLEVELAND'S Main Street Bakery.
A complete stock of lumber on hand
In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rus
tle, celling, and all kinds of finish;
mouldings and shingles; also bracket
work done to order. Terms reasonable
and prices nt bedrock. All orders
promptly attended to. Office and yard
at mill. H. i" L. LOGAN, Prop'r.
Central Office, 51S third Street.
Stable, 128 First Street.
Telephone No. 7.
I 'A I NT,
They ro ft (rroat ways In beautifying a home. If
put on artistically. We can put all on iust as they
should be, especially tho wall pacer. We have a
large assortment of toe latest patterns of paper from
10 cents a roll up to any price you m tv want to jro.
C, M. CUTBIRTH,
Lafayette Street, op. Custom House.
I. W. CASK,
Ttia Koltnwltiu Crmipnnlea i
German-American, New York City. N. Y.
Union Hire anJ Marine, of New Zealand.
National Fire and Marine Ins. Co.. of Hartford.
Connecticut hire Ins. Co., of Hartford.
Home Mutual Ins. Co.. San Francisco.
New York Plate lilas Ins. Co.
Phoenix, of London, lmplil, of Lond on
Is the Best of Its Class
On the Pacific Coast.
RH UNEXCELLED TABLE.
Ratea, $1 dully and upwards.
The C. P. UPSHUR Co,,
44 BREAKING IN,'
Many a man has "broken out" In n
passion, nnd felt nil "broken up," try
ing to get a new pair of shoes "broken
In." He has had to "break off" many
an engnKemei t on account of crippled
feot, and has Bono "broke" many a
time trying to get relief for his corns
the direct cause of ill-nltlng shoes.
You will And all this obviated by pur
chasing your footwear at the stora of
JOHN HAHN & CO.
j Many people believe that ail blaek
smlthing Joba are alike that they are
nothing but muscle nnd material mixed.
That is true ot ordinary Jobs. Drains
are also used to make a god Job. So is
conscience. A Job made without skill
or honesty ia no arood. Our work is
widely known for Ita quality, durability
and economy In the end.
Q. A. Stinson & Co.
or sedatives. They are tin-
"..liaiv rMroccnrr urhpn Tnr ini.'inT is w I a
necessary when the infant is
properly nourished, as it will be t
li Drougni up on uie
k . rAn4n)iKA A XM'tVr .A lurtirc hut
hagle brand, ana accept no jj
You Have Pride
In Your Baby
Have pride in vour Baby Carriage,
(jet a good one. Get it here, and
llmt in itlf k a rnmr.mtee that it's
tiie best and handsomest that money
will b iy. And the money will buy
inure here than anywhere else.
HEILBORN & SON.
CAPT. M. SICIBBE,
Makes trips to Gray's Itlver Thurs-
flays and Fridays. Parties wishing to
charter apply on board, at Ross, Hlg
pins &. (Jo. s jjock, or ineir onice.
. ST. PADli
Connecting with All Transcontinenta
Lines is the Only Line running
. LIGHTED - CARS
St Paul arid
The Express Trains consists of VestibulcJ, Sleeping,
Dining anJ Parlor Cars,
HEATED BY STEAM,
AnJ furnished with Every Luxury known In mojer
For SPEED, COMFORT and SAFET'
This Line is UnequaleJ.
Tickets on sale at all prominent railway offices.
Por further Information Inquire ot any ticket aeei.i
C. J. EDDY, General Agent.
J. W. CASEY, Trav. Pass. Agt.
Is the line tn tnke to all
It is the DINING CAR ROUTE
It offers the let service, ronij
It Is the popular route with tho.se I 0
wi-U to travel uti
It is tiietefore llie route ynti .liou:il
tnkrt. It runs thnnuli vciUbuleU
trains every day la llio year to
St. Paul aid Cfiicaio
No Changs of Cars,
Elegant Pullman SlrfpTs,
Superior Tourist Sh? purs,
Splendid Free Scfoinl-class SIffff rs,
Only one o'l&iige of rttrs
Portland to New York
To Any Part of the civilized world
Pastengera ticketed via. all boat ninnlni
between Astoria, Kalama aud I'ot!laoid.
Full inforn&tlcn eoneemlrut rates, time ol
trains, rutr nnd otlirr detail (uruUtied o
C. W. STONC,
Steimer Telephone Dock.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Ahtant General Pasrnicrr AwoL
111 rlrst St..e.ir. Wa.'Jtinirtoo,
r :ZJL . I Canadian pacific
PUTS VOD in Chicago
Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis and all
h, 24 to 36 Hoafs Ahead
Of Any Other Line.
Pullman and Tourist Sleeper
Free Reclining Chair Cara, Din.
Ing Cara are run dailr via tha
Union Paclflo Flyer leaving Port,
land at 7:00 p. m.
s Astoria to San Francisco.
Columbia, Sunday, June 3.
State, Friday, June 8.
Columbia, Wednesday, June 11
.State, Monday, June 18.
Columbia, Saturday, June 23.
Stdte, Thursday, June 28.
Astoria and Portland Steamers.
Steamer R. R. Thompson leaven As-
toria at 6:45 a. m., dally except Sunday,
yia Washington side of the river; re-
turning, leaves Forlluna at a p. m.,
daily, except Saturday. The Thomp
son makes landings on both sides of
the river above Waterford, on both up
and down trips.
S. H. H. CLARK,
K. KLLERY ANDERSON.
JOHN W. DO AN 13,
FREDERIC R. COUDERT.
For rates and general information call
on or address
G. W. LOUNSBERRY,
Agent, Astoria, Or.
W. II. HURLBURT,
Ast. Gen. Pas. Agt, Portland, Or.
GIVE this office the order. We have engaged a first
class joh piinter who will'give any work entrusted
to us his thoughtful, mindful, careful, and intelligent con
sideration. It takes downriglu hard work to do this, hut
we do it. THE ASTORTAN.
.If You Want Cannery and
EltPRE SApOfifl & GO
Greatest Trans "Continenta
FROM OCEAN TO OCEflf,
Palaoe Dining Hoom and Sleeping Caps.
Luxurious Dining Cars.
Elegant Day Coaches.
Observation, Cars, allotuing Unbroken
Vleois of the Wonderful fountain
$5.00 and $10.00
Saved on all tickets east. Tourist car
the best on wheels. Equipments of the
very finest throughout.
CANADIAN PACIFIC ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE
To China anil Japan,
Empress of India leaves Vancouver
Empress of China leaves Vancouver
Empress of India leaves Vancouver
AUSTRALIAN STEAMER SERVICE
Leavas Feb. 16 and March 16 for
Honolulu and Australian ports.
For ticket rates and information, call
on or address,
JAS. FINLAYSON, Agt.
A. B. Calder, Traveling Pass. Agt.,
Geo. McL. Brown, Dlst. Pass. Agt.,
Vancouver, B. C.
Do You Need
Or Any Other
Kind of Printing?
Trap and Seine Web,
Tanbark, Acid and Salt,
Strip Lead, Pig Lead,
Copper, Tin Plate,
Tin and Zinc,