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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, 1895.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
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A WELL EARNED 'DISG4tA.CE.
' Thanks to t'he efforts of the Commercial
A0(rlai itit 'trade papero la the East
ihave coma 'to :tto coini-luulon that the .false
labeling v-t Columbia River salmon is not
only a fact tout 'that in many oases the
people responsible for eudh fraudulent
practices are imen wlho themselves have
Otodttti .;the gonuinei akxnig Bids ci the spu
rious article. Indeed, It 'is with shame that
wi have ibeen compdUc-d to make ibbese
things cfloar by giving them publicity,
U.nd such imatiters lhave only been ventilated-
in tine earnest hope tlhait the blind
fotfy of a if ew vil doers would be check
ed before it couCd do much more harm.
The greed, ifor (rain Is an all powerful
lever in neairly every kind of evil doing,
ani U ota foe readily understood how Im
pecunious) a-ntf unprllnclpled 0ooutndrel)s
are led to pack inferior anul even putrid
goods under labels bearing the name of
a .product renowned everywhere (or its
uuperlor excellence. But that such a
fraud tluouHd be Attempted by jwosperoue
pejple who itheimseives owe t'he very shoes
on their feet to the reputation of the
unttole ithey produce weerals absolutely in
credible. Imagine a. great painter hiring
haHNtralnid, elovemly. arltlsts to product
In ,wh'oUsale quantities rough daubs sign
d by bis name. Think of Anmour, or
NetoM Morris, or Llbby, (bujtng up In
ferior pocked beef and labeling It with
their trade marks, giving It it!be protection
and guarantee of their names, and send
li.g it ibroadoast Into grocery houses all
over 'the continent to throw a damaging
tollg'hlt on their reputations, built up after
years of honorable struggle.
It 4s useless, however, to cry out over
past dealings of the character we refer to.
However stup'd and suicidal they have
been, their eilects cannot now be check
ed or recall ed. The future is open t
everybody, and H remains to be seen If we
wtlH be compelled by even ttulnt euspictoi
to deal with this evil and If possible erad-
Icate it for all time. Without any self-
important idea of our own ability to kill
the efforts of men iwho become guilty o.
fraudulent practices, and wMlhout deair
lng to be understood as in any way utter
lng a threat, we say again as twe huvt
stated Ibef re, It'hat nobody, least of al
any cannerymen, will be able to Indulgt
in this false lubiHing pastime wltlioiit
bringing upon himself a storm that will
wipe him and his methods out of the
The Eastern trade papers, and among
them t'he moat tnflwential in the country,
are ivoit silent on this subject. They liuv
liberally oome to our aaslii'Unce in thh
imatter and show no signs of forgottlr.i
o help in the fight. Here is en exftraci
from the Interstate Grocer: Itlsashamt
and a disgrace to have to acknoiwleOs
Uht the slur is in every way deserved
"The Western Packing Company, ai
Llnooiin, Orewon, have oomtneted ncn
abaiwolrs and have comimnced th
aaugtlwer of 6,000 horses ibougnt oy in
tumuiny to thoroutflvly -test 'me pracu
rnihiiitv i.f the ventui't. The marmtrers
stale that no horsemeat will be o.tnned
or utilised for food, except the hams
and other choice p.eces suuanie ior pc-fc-Ur.g
and amofctng. The 3,000 liorwcs bought
by the company are to be killed for a
th-orouKh tttt of the iwactlcabllfy of
such business being carried out ut a
prbtU. The skins, hair of the tails and
tnunes, banes and oil will be utilised,
and the hamw will be cured. The rest of
the animals will be made into fertilisers.
KventiMLCy Jr. is possible meat tony be
canned tor export to Abia or other foreign
eouii.iici, but at present no canning will
Le done. This will be welcome news to
c.nsuiiers of corned lOvJ to; the well
known aptitude of 'the Oregon ami Wwh
Ington summon packers to put Columbia
Rl'-er labels iii Vuget Sound jvi.mjn
niltiht have led to 'aheling this '(Mr? da
fllU-y,' as genuine ctr.ied beef."
And in h eoime connection the Amerl
tan Grocer, after quoting iwm of our
stiements on this subject, says:
"The pack of hiK'h grade CMumbla River
will be l.ght. There Is now a good run
of flh, and the lower river canneries
are llabCe to wind up in good shape.
IK Is astonishing how industrious nome
people are in framing arguments to sup
port the ata'te-men that white salmon
and- various other varieties than the Chi
nook are Jut as good as the CalUer. Any
one teal this matter for themselves
nJtl be independent of any Interested
testimony on t'he subject. W find the
wldedt variation In the dlfftrent Brands
of salmon, as rewards color, texture, fla
vor and appearance In the cin. Soma
brawls turn out as dry as chips and as
flavorless a a turnip; others are soft
to Ihe touch, oily, fuU-fUvored, firm and
flaky in texture a morsel to whet -the
a!petfts and make one Imltute Oliver
Twist in cry-Jig for more."
The validity of a twde-mark Is a mors
importtant matter to the grocer and man
ufacturer, (specially In these days when
o many of our m-hnlwile grocers are
putting out roods under their own regls
ter&l JAheCt. For instance, the word.
"Jr.s:in,'m:ous" ts not a valid trade
4 ETKit!oa cf lio-
IcK'a. nrtiU-h ia distinguished from other
proparaUons of that article by reason of
lis adUfitiablUty for immediate use, with
out 'the preliminary eoaklng required by
oiJher preparations. No principle of the
law of trade-mark Is more familiar than
'that which denies protection to apy word
or name which is dt-scriptive of the qual
ities, Ingredients, or (characteristics of the
article to which It to applied. An exclu
sive, right to .the uso of such a word
as a trade -mark, when applied to a partic
ular article or cla&s of articles, cannot
be acquired by the prior application of it
because all persons who are entitled to
vend similar articles are entitled to de
scribe them and to mptoy any appro
priate urm for that purpJHC. Whether a
word Calmed as a trade-mark is availa
ble beoaue it Is a ifandful or arbitrary
name, or whether it is obnoxious to the
objection of being descriptive, must de
pend upon the drcumstuncts of the case.
The word which iroust be fanciful or arbi
trary when applied to one eaflticle may be
descriptive when applied to another. It it
Is so apt and leglttma tefly significant of
same quality of tih article to which it
Is sought, to be applied, that its exclusive
concession to one person would tend to
restrict others from properly describing
their own similar articles, It cannot be
the subject of a monopoly. On, the other
hand, If it is umrely suggestive, or If
flguiute only, It may be a good trade
murk, notwithstanding It Is also indirect
ly or remotely descriptive.
The dispatch from Beafttle, relative to
the removal of the receivers of the North
ern Pi-iclllc railroad, and the article in
regard to the proposed consolidation of
various railroad Interests, appearing in
another column of this issue, call for
more than paisuing .notice. The consolida
tion of connecting lines of railroad, for
the purpose of giving better and cheaper
service, Is one thing, and the amalgama
tion of parallel and competing lines of
road, contrary ,to law, whereby Just coin
petition is wiped out, is quite anothor.
line stockholders of the Northern Pacini
who have the Interests of the road at
he-art, and are mindful of Its obligations
to the' people, have Justly taken steps to
prevent the proposed combination with
the Great Northern, by the application lo
remove 'the present receivers, who are
believed to be favorable to Hill's plan, und
are also accused of mismanaging tha
property. The application for their rt
moval wlM doubtless prevail, but whether
in -that evint new receivers will be ap
pointed is a mooted question. The latest
reports thow that the Northern Pacific's
net earnings for the past year are far
in excess of the amount of yearly inter
est whlclh Hill agrets to guarantee under
the reorganization plan proposed by Mm,
and it 1 now thought that J. Pleirpojit
Morgan, the representative of the Van
derbll.ts, of New York, is opposed to Hill's
plan of nhulbMitatfaff the Northern Paci
fic and Is disposed to reoj-ganlze the prop
erty ois a connection of the Chloiyo and
Norithiweartern Railway's northwestern
lines (a Vanderbilt road) which would
give the Vanderblits a transcontinental
route secoind to none. However this may
be, it Is certainly better public policy
thut the Hill combination ishouid not be
oonBummaited. Oregon will unquestiona
bly fare 'better if it Is not.
No better Illustration could be cited to
prove the hopeless division and distrac
tion of the Democratic party than Jlr.
Gorman's victory In the Alarylund con
vention, and Mr. 'Bland's success In forc
ing a free silver convention in Missouri.
Uoth of these meeting's were heCd in
Democratic states, both were caKtd as
Democratic conventions, and yet ench
to the pol'llllcall untiilhetila of .the other,
and boith repudiated different leading pol
icies of the present Democratic national
administration. Mr. Gorman, a sound
money proteiitlom-Democrat, Is on top In
Mary'Hand; Mr. lilund, a free trade free'-isllvetr-Damoerat,
la 'the winner in Mis
souri. STATE NEWS.
Intareat.ng Items Culled from Oregon's
Mr. S. Ban, an Intelligent, educated
Japanese, who speaks English fluently,
ytsd.eiUay exhibited in the olllce of the
seorefory of the exposition a skein af silk
rjlsr,d on Poptltwid HuiB'.'its, B-iyB he Sun.
Mr. Ban has a ranch of about GO acres
oa t'he Helghlts near Mount Z!on, and
three yeans ugo he bi's'an the experiment
of cujtivaitlng sl.k. He wus aelvlsied that
Ihe exiierimt-nt would result in failure;
that this country and climate was not
suitulb.e, and other re.tsons were usalgn
ed. Hoiivevor, being a practical mun, mid
h.ivlng k.ioiivledge of ithe culture In Japan
three years atfo he Imported 1000 mul
berry trees from the old country, anJ
wot them out on two acres of his land.
Tiie frees took root readily without the
.069 of one. Iibt February Mr. Ban ee
curid from Japan silk-mvrm ckk BUtlt
cient to ;oik t'he trees, and the result
Is now tta't he hal a sanile vf the tl:ies
silk that has ever been rtilwHd. He bus
dknvons)ira.td the fact 'tin it silk can be
lalsed in this coutttny, anil he is anxious
to sWow It to the peojiie, efptCluily skep
tics, ut tine exposition. It is certain that
ollk cui'ture can now be ndlted to the other
Inidudirles of this vaiiey, and Itlhore will
Qje .money in It. The experiiment tried In
other poatloiis of this stiaJt proved an
cnlttre I.iivure from the sltart, but in those
oases eft. was the tfau.1t of the climate.
The climate of the lower WiltaimeMs
tw.i'.ns to 'be euliuble.
Twemty men are 'working day and nigh
L-.MiK vnri341la th S. i
liriiL-k Wvrouah the southtrn portion oj
the cuy, rspajrng a oreaK, or miner
"sink," -wbJdh developed there Sunday
jv, ,.)Km4 4:iilfvm tinrtHsnvin. THils week
t-lK,t his been a source of trouble am
annoyance for the past ten years to une
comjuny owning the power and to thos
who use the waiur as a motive source in
manufacturing, ami it is ths drtermina
uion now to remedy the vil mo as ti
preclude a recurrence of the dwlay ant
leva which aKnwys follo- t'he break
The vmiplty nvlll rocs bora the Salen
Kourlng MiBs from running and that Jus
as wheat ia beginning to arrive in appre
ciable quantities. In the meantime sacki
are goinK out ia large quantities to th
country. 25.000 having betm sent out oi
Saturday as a starter. Wheat ruled hen
yoiterday at i cents and is expected ti
rpH In heavily In a few days.
Mr. Davis, of Harridburg, has spared
no expense or pains In idoing the best
possible cultivation on hts hop land. As
a result, he now has a prospect of a crop
that will be enormous. The twine and
poles are luadvti with vines and foliage
to an extent thsut ( triiy wwmierful. The
vines have (about run their course, and
vr arms of runners, which bear the hops,
are JiMt taking on the form of the bur,
or the first formation of the hop. They
hang sirspended from the cross twine
and poles so closely ss to oiisciirs the
evtfTt beyond a short distance, and are
w?S f.t'.X la aiai- i-vry luaiiuice. In
straw ring the qutestion of howt many
hops he expected (from his 105 acres this
season, the doctor said there had been
various estimates mode, but the one near,
est his Judgment' was that of a gentle
nun from the Eadt, who Was traveling
on this coat for the purpose of getting
an Idea of the extant of hops. He men
tioned 200,000 pounds which he thought
to be a very conservative guess. Mr.
Davis1 early foJofls will be ready for
picking about Ithe 20th, and the late va
rletiea he expeots to commence on the
lat .to ithe 10th of September. Harrtoburj
Som-e time ago the T. M. made mention
of a scheme to construct a telephone line
from The Dallets to points in Crook and
Grant oourJtfeo, and expressed Itself as
Ihyaritlly endorsing the enterprise, lo
the tost lsasue of the Prlneville Review,
It days the line could be built for $7,0000,
and eurongly advocates Its construction.
Such an enterprise would do more to re.
lata the trade of the interior at this
point than anylthlr.gr at present projected.
it is said if:; citizens of Ptrinevllle would
suberarfba iL.j:'y if the scheme were
A card from his eon brings to th
Statesman news of Ithe 'death at Hennes
sy, O. T., JuSy 22, 1893, of Rev. Daniel
Lee, who lived in Oregon from 1834 tc
18 H. He came to this coast In 1834 as e
missionary, in company with his uncle
Rev. Jason Lee, and was an earnest
faithful Methodist. He was bom in Slav-
stead, Curjida East, July 1, 1806, and wai
89 years, 21 diays old when he died. HI.'
son, Albert 13. Leo, writes that "his many
friends will not be surprised that he dlee
In the trlumjjiha of Christian faith."'
Monday two solid trains, one drawn
by two engines, load'ed with Walla Walla
wheat en route to Chicago over .the O. R
and N, land Groat Northern, passed
.through Oakesd'ale. Tuesday three trains
pasued through. This prompit ehipmeni
of wheat is encouraging, as it shows e
demand for Ithe local wheat, which, it is
hoped, will be followed by better prices
in the near future. Oakesdale grain deal
ers think new wheat will be on the mar
ket there in two weeks. This will be two
weeks earlier than last year.
Lyons is a brisk (little town on the Ore
gon Central and Eastern Railroad in Lini
county eiouth of the Santiam river op
posite Mehaima. One of lis cherished In
dustries was a steaim sawimlU and t hi i
was destroyed by lire last Sunday morn
ing, toge'ther with much lumber. Th
loss la isal'd to be $1,800 and no insurance
It wiaa owned by F. B. Vaughn & Co.
The cause of Ithe fire is not known.
Mir. Henbiilns:, of this city, says the T
M., owner of the opera house at Sprogue.
Wash., 'that was destroyed In the fire
last Saturday. It was a brick builalng
and coat him several thousand dollars
His loss will be $20,000, on which the in-
suranice w'as only $5,000. lie will leave
for Sprugue on the (train tonight.
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ABSOLUTELY r 'IRE
NOTICB OF COMPLETION AND AC
CEPTANCE OF DUANE STREET.
Notice is hereby given that L .Leback,
Contractor for ihe Improvement of Duane
street, In Adair's Astoria, undV r the pro
visions of Ordinance No. 1025, on the
12th day of June, 1S05, filed in the olllce
of the Auditor and Police Judge of the
City of Astoria, the cortltlcate of the
City Surveyor and Superintendent of
Streets, approved by the Committee on
Streets and Public Ways.
After the expiration of the time here
inafter specified, if no objections to the
acceptance of such work be Hied and the
Common Council shall dedn such im
provement properly completed, according
to the contract and plans and specifica
tions therefor, the same may be accepted
Objections to the acceptance of said
Improvement or any part thereof, may be
tiled in the olllce of the Auditor and
Police Judtve on or before Wednesday,
Auditor and Police Judge.
Astoria, Oregon, June 13th, 1SD5.
NOTICE OI'" COMPLETION AND AC
CEPTANCE OF 42ND STREET.
Notice is hereby given that N. Clinton
A Sons, contractors for the improvement
of 4:'d street, in Adair's Astoria, und r
the provisions of Ordinance No. 1940, on
the- 13th day of June, 1S95, filed in the
olllce of the Auditor and Police Judk-e of
the City of Astoria, the cert.tlcate of the
City Surveyor, and Superintendent of
Streets, approved by the Committee on
Streets and Tublic Ways.
After the expiration of the time here
inafter specified, if no objections- to the
acceptance of such work fie tiled and the
Common Council shall 4tm such Im
provement properly comple.'ed, according
to the contract and plans and specifica
tions therefor, the same may be accepted.
Objections to the acceptance of sold
Improvement or any part thereof, may be
filed In the olllce of the Auditor and
Police Judjre on or before Wedneselay,
June 19th, 1S96
Auditor and Police Judge.
Astoria, Oregon, June 13th, 1895.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
Notico is hereny given that the partner
ship heretofore existing between the un
dersigned, under the firm name and style
Oregon Transportation Company, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. All
outstanding bills or accounts being pay
able to Capt. IViul Schrader, and he as
suming the payment of all debts due by
Astoria, Or., May 13. 1KB.
PKTKR H. CRIM,
The partnership heretofore existing be
tween C. J. Greenlund and Anton Brlx
florists. Is hereby dissolved by mutual
consent, and all debts of the said firm
will be paid by C. J. Greenlund and C. O.
Palmborg, and all outstanding accounts
are due and payable to them.
C. J. GREENLUND.
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3S5 Commercial St., cor. Eighth.
AN OLD RHYME RESET.
"Affliction sore long t2me she bore
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At last one duy, a friend did say,
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and kindred weaknesses. As a nervine it
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t?!ie took the advice and is well. "Pa
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no efllclertt m'.ai.s to check 'the rapldiy
growlng mlalady whtdh, it should never
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the heirt and .termlinaite life. 'ITlie 'tes
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Joints and tniuules, cause such exquisite
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After suffering for over three yeaTt
with acute neuralgia and its consequent
itaunmia ('.vhich seemed to battle the
efforta of some of our best physicians)
you suggested this remedy which gave
me ulmost instant relief. Words fall
to express the praise I should like tc
Otslow on Krause's Headache Cajisules.
MRS. E. K. HOLMES,
Mr. A. A. Snyder, Supt. Poor Farm,
Wlnneshelk county, la., says: Last win
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DcWItt's -Witch Hazel Salve nnd cured
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Oregon, sole agent.
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Columbia IMver and Puget Sound Nav
Two Daily Hoata to Portland
"Telejihone" leaves Astoria at 7 p. m.
daily (except Snuriay).
Leaves Portland daily fit 7 n. in., ex
"Bailey Gatzert" leaves Astoria Tues
day, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and
Saturday morning at 6:45 a. m. ; Snnday
evening at 7 p. m.
Leaves Portland daily at 8 p. ni., ex
cept Sunday. On Saturday nigh at 11
Steamer Ocean Wave leaves Portland
Tuesday nud Thursday at 8 a. m., Satur
day at 1 p. n., ruDninj; straight through
tollwueo, connecting with trnins for all
points on North Hphcu. Leaves Uwnco
Wednesday and Friday morning nt7:30
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--01VEN BY TIIK.-
OF ASTORIA, ON
Sunday, August u, 1895
0. K. & N. Co.'b boat H. It. Thoinw-on will lenve
tho com puny 'm w"arf at'J o'clncu uliarp, con
necting with train nt the bri go.
In the Evening.
Tickets, round trip, including ball, $1.00
Committee on Arrangements:
CIIAS. LAKSKN, MARTIN .IACKS0X,
IiAlittY JUNKS. JU1IN l'.i.U,
E. HcNEIL, Receiver.
Pullman and Tourist Sleeern
Froe Ko :1ln ng Chairs Car.
Astoria to San Francisco.
State, Wednesday, July 3.
Oregon, Monday, July 8.
State, Saturday, July 13.
Oregon, Thursday, July 18.
State, Tuesd-iy, July 23. '
Or? son, Sunday, July 28.
State, Friday, August 2.
Astoria and Portlnd Steamers.
T. J. Totiteir leaves Astoria Monday,
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 7 p. ra.,
Wednesday and Sunday upon nrr.vaJ.
from Ilwaco in the evening. ' Leaves
Portland Mondayf Tuesday, Thursday nnd
Friday at 7 a. m., Wednesday wt 8 a. m.,
and Saturday at 1 p. in.
It. It. Thompson leaves Astoria daily,
exevpt Sunday, at 6:45 a. in.; leaves Port
land daily, except Sunday, at 8 p. m.
On Saturday w.ll leive at 10 p. m.
Harvest Queen leaves Astoria Wednes
day and Sunday at 7 p. m.; leaves Port
land Wednesday and Saturday at 7 a. m.
For rates and general information call
t ivr Mildreds
C. F. OVERBAUGH,
Commercial Agent, Astoria, Or.
V li. HURLBURT,
Oph. Pas. Agt.. Portland. Or.
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The only railroad lighting its trulns by
The only railroad using the ceUbrated
electric berth reading tamp.
The coaches now running on "The Mil
waukee" are Palaces on Wheels.
On all its through lines, the Chicago,
Milwaukee and 9t. Paul Railway runs the
most perfectly equipped trains of Sleep
ing, Parlor, and Dlrlns Cars and Coaches.
For lowest rates to any poCirt in the
United tSates and Canada, apply to ticket
agents, or address Ci J. F.DD1T.
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Sailing dates to and from Tillamook and Nehalem depend
on the weather. For freight and passenger
rates apply to
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO Agents.
0. k & N. CO.,
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