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TUB DAILY A8T0R1AN, ASTORIA, "WEDNESDAY MOUHLNti, APIllL 2(i 1803.
ABOUT THE CUT. The first consignment of canned salm on for the East was shipped Monday by M. J. Kinney. Remember the Austin Housa at the Sea ' side is open the year around. The members of the Oregon Ploneter and Historical Society will hold their re-union on July 4th, instead of July 20th, as previously announced. Call at the Albatross Fish Market for fresh salmon daily. flashlight View of the Human System. Big Domingo has taken out a license to sell whisky on a scow. He will se lect Tongue Point as the scene of his operations, and will also engage in the fish buying business. If you want some extra tine photos, Wooers' is the place to get them. A copy of "Stage Sparks," a new theatrical paper In Portland, is at hand. It Is newsy and apparently pop ular with theatrical people, if its pop ularity is to be measured by the pat ronage bestowed on it. J. Q. NIEMI displays some fine new I solid Bllver ware In his window. Souv enir spoons arc in profusion. ' An improvement Is noted in the salm on catch per boat among the fishermen. In the canneries at this end of town yesterday the report was that the av erage had been from nine at one can nery to twelve at another. . Parties visiting in Portland can get The Dally Astorlan at Handley & Haas' news stand, iao 1'irs: street. by the loud thumping we were near the heart, where we join the general blood stream by entering a large vein. The veins have a peculiar structure, having valves to assist In tho propulsion of blood, which act like thi locks of a canal. Many lymphatics run parallel to the blood Btream. Titty carry off the sick and disabled as well as circulating lymph. Before entering the hvart. The following paper was read before the recent Teachers' Institute-by Dr. W. C. Belt, and is published at the re quest of County Superintendent Lyman and others interested in the btudy of wnlcn consists of four chambers, we physiology In our schools. entered a small cavity In the huge mus- In introducing his subject, Dr. Belt cular wal1 of the hvsart and saw the remarked that he objected to physlolo- ,nechanism causing the heart beat, gy in the public schools as taught at Dwn the sides of this cavity lymph present. It was too technical, he said, tr'ckled 'from an opening which dilated and it made no difference to a scholar or contracted through some nervous in our - public school whether the bone mtechanlsm. As soon as the chamber of the leg was known as the thigh bone waa tu'l tne irritation caused a spas- or as the femur. It was well that pu- modIC contraction of the heart muscle. pils be taught that tlwy are constantly "Entering the right side of the heart surrounded by disease in germ form: wltn lne venous blood, we pasted from WANTED. TONCE, EMPLOYMENT KOK HAN AND XV. who. luqnirv at tins otiice. rnitAVKLlNU SAIESMKN, CKNKRAL X agent- hii1 ranvasseiH, looking for lame NitlHiinD, big eoniiiilsaiiiiii or enoiinoim profit moIIIiir an artiolt) of ntro merit and protected by a patent. Hiitiiild roiiininulrato with the tin- uerxijjiien hi once, we anilijii laigt) leiriinrlat. ann proiecr our renre.seuiaiivt-a. Auure.ts, FAC10KY, 178 and ISO Commercial St., Lyuu they should also have a general idea of how the functions, o'f digestion, cir culation r and respiration are carried on. This should be taught to them in as vivid a form as possible, it was in the lower to the upper chamber through a commodious cavern which closed after us. Prom the upper cham ber we passed on to the lungs, where the dark blood with which we had trav- illustratlon of this idea that the paper ele1' took on a br'ght red hue, owing was written: "I had finished my rounds and now sat In the house surgeon's room. My study had teen some Infectious dls- to exchange gases through the cell wall. My companion pointed out the wonderful manner in which man was protected In the lungs. Each air cav- The rumor that Major Handbury "had selected a site on the sands off the Columbia for the erection o'f the oil works," has no foundation In fact. It was the result of a Jest on the part of one of the salmon canners. Do not be deceived with cheap pictures, but get your work done at Crow's gallery ana you win not regret it. The machinery in the lower portion of the can factory is being run day and night, and by the middle of the month two forces of mem will be employed throughout the building. A new header and trimmer Is expected to arrive dally. Falrbank's Standard Scales carried i stock and delivered on short notice by Fisher Brothers. eases. As I leaned back In my chair lty contained a number of cells, whilst with eyes half closed, I mused on the otner celIs mved forward and hack Imperfections of our knowledge, and ln tne Interspaces like pistons. This Is wished that I might see man's organ- an especial protection against consump- Ism working. tlon, because these utbercular germs "My room seemed to lengthen out. reQul'"e seven days to increase, and if My bed multiplied many times, till I the lun& ,8 in erood condition they arc perceived that I was in the iniectlous Pushed out of the cell ere that, where disease ward, and soon found myself tne bronchial cells, armed with a huge to be floating through the air. As soon tofeat ot waving hair carrles'it steadily as the dizziness induced by my novel upward- We now return to the other transit had passed off, I perceived my- 8ide of the heart, and after passing self to be a germ, and saw the air was through the lower and upper chambers full of germs. There were the germs of Wi entered the general blood stream, diphtheria, measles, consumption, and ftna were carried swiftly upwards Colonel Mendell, Major Huer and Ma jor Handbury,. constituting the board of engineers, have fixed the harbor lines for the town of Flavel. These lines con nect with those of the Astoria harbor, making a continuous harbor "from Fort Stevens to Tongue Point. Wing Lee has just received a full line of Japanese curiosities and fancy goods. Will sell at cost. 529 Third street. Beaver Lodge, No. 35,-1. O. O. W... will ctelebratetoday the 74th anniversary of the birth of the order. The following program of exercises will be rendered at the hall: Invocation, by chaplain; opening ode, the lodge; anniversary ex ercises; prayer by chaplain; present . status of the order; short speeches by brothers of the order; closing ode; bene diction. The dance ln the evening at Fisher's hall will begin at 8:30 o'clock. Herman Wise entire stock at cost. No reserve; it must all be sold. By order of Morris Wise, mortgagee. typhoid lever, besides many whom I did not know. Rods and circles, curves and crescents, singly or In clusters, a terrled army waiting an opportunity to attack man. For some time I wand ered about absorbed in this strange scene, till becoming curious about the fight against the human species, I ac costed another germ, and after explain Ing my peculiar position to him, my companion offered to show me about, Approaching a patient vte watched our opportunity and succeeded in get ting Into his mouth with some food, We secreted ourselves in a cave, which I learned was a hollow of the tooth, The tooth Is of a peculiar rod-like struc ture. We saw the saliva running down the Inside of the cheek like a mountain stream. It assisted the man in digest ing sugars as well as protecting him against invasion by germs. The first attack Is made on man by the sappers and miners of this midget army, who split up the rods of the teeth under shelter of a deposit or tartar, left there through man's carelessness. 1 was Interested in watching the tun nels and lntrenchmenta there thrown up under shelter of this friendly depos whirling in the eddies of each pulse wave. The blood is a peculiar whitish fluid, containing a number of ceila. The red to me had the appearance el two great watch crystals Joined back to back. To these, blood owes its color: The white can assume any shape. Here I saw their fierce battle of death with the few germs who had succeeded in getting that far. Silently, they seized each other, then whirling round and round, through the dim eddying stream let by the dim phosphorescence from the red cells, they fought. Slowly the germs were forced to the. wall, dragged through, then by some strong lymph channels, they were carried from prison to prison, until finally ejected from the body. " ' "At the ear we alighted, passing with out further investigation the three curious bones, the mallet, anvil and stirrup; we entered a labyrinth which wound spirally around like a giant snail shell, tilt we stood within the true ear and saw the many thous and rods, stretched across the chamber like a giant plnaforte, where every sound was registered. Out Into the brain, the executive LOT. TUB BOARD OF MISSIONS OK Til K Reformed dim oh has authorized me, to purchase a lot in auilable location in the city of Aalorla. for the emcilon ot abullilinir be used for school and church purposes. Owm-rs i f this kind of property would do well to see me I a( ouce, or write, stating location and price - j. i. nutimiu. rOR S ALU. I :,O0PBB ACKS improved! inu with irutr. tree-, 20 aorea QQ ACRES I Of) farm mr cleared, 2 1 acres pasture. Dwelling bon e. ware huiie and other bulldlnK". HU mile from Nleamhoat landing at Hiookneld, by boat or I '"" luquiro oi owuer on premises Miia. u. is. OA AAA WlUi BUY 1,000 ACRES OF 'ivy.jjj umn-r iarinuu ana pntzing, land. 'A Hiilendid location foratnek rammim.. Orav'a River Wahkiakum nnniitv. WalitniF.nn. Lies on both sides of river, & miles from steam er lanuinu itighty acres cleared. Apply at mil umcu lor lunuttr inioriiiuiion. Our Stock Represents Over 1000 Styles. Trouserings, Overcoatings, Suitings. TA1LC72 Prices $5 to $50. Samples, Self.measurement Rules, and Tape-line Hailed Free. 126 FIRST STREET, Portland, Oregon. pHEAP A FEW CHOICE LOTS IN ADAIK'tj w Asiorm-taiv It-run. Bee Fran It Hu tile, at torney at law in uasa street. ROOMS TO RKXT. As the Flax Grows, So the Twine Lasts T500M8 IN A GOOD LOCATION FOR xv nousexeep-ng, no, 278 Main Street. TWO DESIRABLE UNKURNI8HED ROOMS newly ignored. Moderate rem. Mi Third svreei. . . XTTtfRl.Y K-HRNt.iui.ri R;ittMii nv tw v 1M weak or month terms very reasonable at uio vrioi, iu luira Direct. - MIS CELL AM HO VS. pALL ON P. BAKER. 478 THIRD 8rKBET j auu nave your ciotnes a yea and cleaned. pEO. MCLEAN. CORNER OLNEY AND A- a lur streets, aoes a ffiineru hii4inaain iiiu.L-. .uiiiuiug ana repairing. HEACOCK'3 HECOND HAND STORK 815, Third Street, buvs and sella new ami .ma. I ouu-tiand furniture. Hiwhest cash price paid. I -THE- MODEL CHOP & OYSTER HOUSE Which has been e!osd for a month, has ' beeu enlarged and refitted, aud will be Open to the Public on Saturday Joe Tern extends a cordial Invitation to the public to come and get a square meal, WHY Help Wanted. It, and saw the germs take advantage mansion of the body, we passed. The Owing to the Inadvertent omission of some Urn and the transposition of others in the notice of the library en tertainment published in these columns yesterday, thte article was somewhat indefinite. What the ladles desired to have published was that the lady board of managers had a very attractive nov elty to offer, at their entertainment on Friday night, ln the form of amateur photographic views, by the Astoria Camera Club. The stereopticon viewo to be exhibited were prepared by Mr. Philip Cook and will be shown under his direction. Th'i services of Mr. J. R. Rathom have been secured as nar rator and all who attend are assured o'f a very interesting and amusing en tertainment. The small sum ot ten cents will be charged for admission, and refreshments, and other attractions will be offered for a nominal sum. The ladles hope the library room will be crowded to its utmost capacity. The rooms will be opened at 7;30. J. W. Thompson, organist at the M. K. chui-ch, wishes to take a few more pupils ln music, piano or organ. Ad diesa, 589, Astor street. of each spot. The huge fleshy mass of the tongue moved about with the reg ularity of a piston, by some intuition kept the mass of food between the teeth which crushed It as a ship Is crushed between two Icebergs. ' Back of the mouth a dark cavern opened, down which the food passed guarded by two mountains o'f flesh the tonsils which Jutted out Into the passage like the pillars of Hercules. These pillars I saw, were covered with white blood cells, which acted as custom house of ficials to guard thy body against any invasions of germs whilst other white brain consisted of a number of nervous fibers loosely strung together, every fiber thrilling with a message from' a distant part. There was no clashing, The cry went up from the mouth, 'piepare the stomach for food,' and Instantly the message went down that sent those myriad lab oratories silently to work. From this department that ministered to the ani mal wants, we wandered up among the mot'i highly evolved nerve tissues. My whole being thrilled with. a strange ex ultation. I was 'about to witness what no man had ever seen the dream of blood cells patrolled the system like Philosophers was to be realized I was sanitary pickets "To pass this main guard was now our difficulty; we at length succeeded in hiding within, a huge ball of food about to be swallowed, "We had the sensation of sinking, sinking, till the motion changed and we rose and fell like the bosom of a great ocean. Emerging from our retreat we found ourselves ln a huge cavern, the floor and sides made, of six sided de pressions like a giant honeycomb, about to see man. think! There was a loud knock upon my door. I started violently.' 'You are wanted In the emergency ward.' As I hurried along the dim lit passageway, I muttered,' 'Dreaming, Idly dream ing.'" RECEIVER'S SALE. Notice Is hereby given that the under signed receiver, appointed by the circuit court of the state of Oregon, for Clat sop county, in the suit of J. F. 1-er- Thn hnttnm r.f 0.k .,,.i i .. -'iien, uittiiiuu, versus BttmuCl Ariiai, The bottom of each depression I per- defendLnti wlll on Tues(iay, May 2d, celved to.be a labratory for the man- 1893, pursuant to an order of said court, Rev. Nlssen, who has again resumed his pastoral duties in this city, states that the Pacific DlBtrict conference of the Norwegian Lutheran synod, which was held in Portland last week, was acid gastric Juce upon the proteld ele highly successful. The conference met ments of the food with Increasing in ufacture of a fluid, which slowly welled up, united with others, forming a giant tide which ebbed and flowed as the floor of the stomach rose and 'fell with a peculiar churning movement. "The motion being due to the con traction of large bands of muscle, which encircled- the,, stomach. 1 watched the. peculiar . action of . the in Rev. Dolven's church in East Port land. There were eleven membere pres ent from Pacific states. One of the first things discussed was the formation of a new synod district on the Pacific coast It was decided to take this step, and officers were nominated. The gen- terest. Meat was split, up into, long rods, eggs corroded, whilst milk fell In a peculiar light fllakey mass to the floor of the stomach, where the many blood vessels encircling the gastric cells ab sorbed large quantities, the lesidue be ing worked up ln a peculiar milky sub- sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, all the tools, imple ments, machinery, iron, fixtures unu stock owned by the firm of Arndt & Ferchen, known as "Arndt & Fere hen s shop," and situated in the city of As toria, ln said Clatsop county. Said nulc shall be at the said shop, and Will be continued until all the property shall have been sold. The said property and an Inventory thereof can be seen at said shop by calling on the undersigned. IS. W. KUliSUN, Receiver. LADIES' TEA eral synod, which wlll meet in Chicago stance we called chyle. After watting this year, from June 16th to June 30th, will confirm the nominations and estab lish the district. The growth o'f the Norwegian Lutheran missions in this section of the country, as evidenced by the number of calls for ministers at different places, was a cause of much satisfaction to the ministers present. The program consisted of a discussion with the congregation on the subject of "Christian Methods" on. Friday; on Sunday the regular services were held morning and evening; Monday, com munion for all the clergymen present and the members of the congregation; some hours the lower end of the stom ach relaxed, allowing us to pass on into the intestine where the digestion of starches commenced in the mouth, in terrupted in the stomach was there re sumed. The digestive Juices here,' like the saliva were . alkaline. . They cc-n slsted of Jukes from the intestine pan creas and liver. The fats were em- Is a pleasant drink, which will be borne by the stomach without nau sea or griping. It acts thoroughly on the liver, kidneys and reproductive or gans. A gentle physic, efficient diu retic, and is most useful in scant or painful menstruation. It aids diges tion and reduces corpulency; clears the complexion, rendering it fair, and re storing the natural tone of the skin, for it removes the bile, which by ac cumulation, produces the sallow, mud dy complexion, peculiar to the con stipated. Sold by all druggists. NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD, . Boys and Girls wanted for AN MAKING, Apply at our office between the hours of 10 and 11 a. m. PACIFIC CAN CO. You can't go wrong if you buy MARSHALL'S Twine. The 1893 make is now being delivered to customers. It is mado of the flax crop of 1890. . Because the 1891 and 1892 crops "havo boon inferior. Marshall never uses in ferior flax. That is why his twine IS THE BEST! Sole Agents for Astoria, S, SANBORN & CO. Q-et A. Bicycle! PROM JAMES FINLAYSON or ARTHUR BARTHOLOMEW, Bole agents for Clatsop count) lor the North Pacific Bicycle Co., IMPERIAL and all otlior High cias wheels. ELECTRIC LIGHTS lncondesoent, all ninLt. ... $1.50 12 o'clock... l.dO " 10 " ... 75 For Dnrtif lllara inunira nf nut mmli- m tne urin or hc tne onice, root or Uon- oomiy Bt. West Shobk MrLLS Co., T. O. Trullintfer, President TANNING Nets and Sails By the use of BARK - EXTRACT Manufactured by the Willapa Harbor . Tanning Extract Co., SOUTH BEND, WASH. Costs half the price of tan bark, re quires no vats or steam, hd3 is ready for lmraodiate use by simply adding hot water. For further information apply to Wm. B. ADAIR, Agent, Astoria. Office of above company has not been discontinued. Salmon and other ehlp- ulsllled, starches corroded, all forming ments solicited chyme, or chyle. The muscular coat of th'-i Intestine Is similar to that ot the stomach, bands running; longitudinally and transversely, whilst the inner or mucus layer Is very sinuous like the Quick dispatch to all points East. Rates, and other information at office of the company. Steamer Telephone dock C. W. STONE. Agent IMPENDENT BOAT FOR POBTLAND .fcfflillll Will leave Astoria for Portland. (Fish- er'a Dock) on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, inarsaays, f ridays and Hatardaya at '.00 a. B., and Sunday at 0 AO p. m. the Ladies' members. society for the visiting and on Tuesday, a festival, got up by indentations in a seacoast, thus allowing a large surface for absorbtion which is its principal function. This la ac complished lars'-ily through promltorles we call villi, which to me had the ap pearance of extinct volcanoes. Each villi besides bloodvessels. Is prvlded with a lacteal for the absorbtion of digested food. Passing through one of the lacteals, we entered one of the large canals known as the thoralo due. and mount steadily upward in this peculiar whitish chyle till I could tell JEFF'S, Tfc! My Marat1 The ladies of the library board an nounce a novelty for their entertain ment on Friday evening in the form o'f an exhibition of Amateur Photography by the Astoria Camera Club. The ster eopticon views were prepared by Mr. Philip Cook, and are shown under his direction. They have secured the ser vices of Mr. J. R. Rathom as narra tor. All who attend are assured a very amusing and InstrucUv-i evening. Admission has been placed at the very low sum of ten cents for all. There wlll be refreshments of various kinds, for which a nominal sura will be charged. ISrwmmE, The only Pure Cream of Tartar Pr.wltr. No Animoaia: No Alum. Used in Millions of Home- -jo Years tho Standard 4KB. DMIESOA, SAftlPLEJROOPiJS Winea, Liquors and Cigars. Alrellt (Mr tlie (ilHON Htmnhln T.lna unri in. THING VALLA Hteumshlp Uue. illraoi. AH", agmit for "Hvenska Tl1li!nen,, aur Avennka Amerlkauaren." uoruer ot Wnier and West Ninth Btreel litorla, Oregua. ASTOKIA IRON WORKM. (Jjuoomly strrat, toot Juvktou, Astoria, Oregon, General Minista & Iloilcr Makers Urnl and MHhue Kimlnc. Boiler work, Steam- Oaitingi of All Dttoriptioni Made to Ordsr at Short rfotioe. JOKN FOX .. I'rmldent and Sun- L. rOX ......Vice l'retiiuei ROSS, HICCINS A CO., Butchers - and - Grocers, Astoria and Upper Aatorla. Fine Tens and CnftVes. Table DellcaclM, Domt-ntJa and Tropical KrulU, Vegeta ble, sugar cured limns, baoou, etc. CHOICE FRESH & SALT MEATS CAMPBELL BROS. (Bureennrt ti Warren A CampDetl). VVARKKNTON, OKKOON, - Deitloi in - XXlX" GOODQ, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, Hats, Cam, Boots, Shoes GROCERIES r Hard wire, Iron nnd Steel, Crockery, GltMWsre VVoodeuwarc, Notioim, etc.. Jlay, . Gruiu, Flour and Feed. OTTO l "8all Profit oa Caak Salts" Merchant Steamship Cos Line, Connecting wltn Caaadlaa Paolrto Railway and China Btam- Ship Liats Tahlnv frriirht and led. VIuioiIh. Purt Tiiwiiuh.i. wutiia T..,i,,. Wlmteom, t-Hlrliavn,Bi.K:n o, New IVecUiilu steran I Vancouver I Uavlim Asto.lui : H. 8. Haytian Hepublle H. 8. WllihiiiKton..!. iiHytian Itoi uoiio Freiulit received at llii-tinr a-hurf. t.t . Main Htieet. For further naMlnnlnm i. .1 Hie olUce, earner Third an J Malu l eet. FEHGUSOM BRIM., AJteuti North Pacific Brewery iOHN .KOPP, Proprietor. Bohemian - Lager - Beer T. O. NIEMI, lias J int received a One hue of WEDDING PEESENTS Cmntatinjr of Fllver Ben Bon I)iHlie, Fruit Disiiei, Uerry Diane. Nut Howli, Mustard Pot". Biscuit Jars, Celery Glawiea, Hair I'ln Tray, Tin Cushions, . Picture Frame, Mirrors, etc.ttU new goods snd latest dealing. Tide Table for Astoria. AFKIL. And XX Torter. AU orders promptly attended to. Do You Know That the Weekly HIUU WATh.lt. 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