The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883, October 26, 1882, Image 1

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Vol. xviii.
Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, October 26, 1882.
No. 22.
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ANOTHER EGYPTIAN WHR.
A Cairo despalch of the 24th i
s:tys: The ministry are industri-1
ously representing that the report
of the renewal of disturbances in j
Soudan are unfounded, while thoyj
have been in possession of mes
sages in regard to the disturb
ances for the last three days.
The Soudan movement has no
connection with Arabi's rising.
The false prophet announces his
intention of invading the country,
but has not yet advanced beond
Khartoum. He has several iegi
ments of Nubians. Prof. Shwein
furth has communicated the
following from Seudan: "Last
June 0,000 Egyptian soldiers were
surrounded by theiroops of the
faKc prophet and massacred."
Schweinfurth declares the situation
in Soudan dwarfs the revolt into
insignificance.
Most alarming news has been
received from Khartoum. The
false prophet at the head of the
whole ablebodied population of
the Soudan, reinforced by some
cannibal tribes of central Africa,
has publicly defied" Abdel Kaber
and defeated the Kg3-ptian govcr-j
nors in several sanguinary pitched ;
battles. The Egyptian loss in
killed and wounded was S000,
with their stands of arms including
i000 Remingtons. The remnant
of the Egyptian army took refuge
in Khartoum and is now besieged
there. All the provinces south of
that city are lost to Egypt.
It is stated that the capital of
Kardofan has been besieged for
thirty days; its capture is expect
ed. An attack on Khartoum will
follow.
The false prophet permits the
pouring of boiling tallow into the
eyes and ears of his captives, and
otherwise fiendishly tortures them.
These man-eaters, in some cases,
actually devour their prisoners for
refusing to recognize him as the
true prophet and khalif. Dr.
Sohweinfurth assures me that there
is a movement for the real revival
of Islam, comprising Afghanistan
and , Morocco, and the doctor is
sure that the movement will em
brace Yahtar. The faltc prophets ad
herents increase like wildfire, and
the prophet lumself is said to
be marching toward Cairo. Great
weight is due the opinion of
Schweinfurth, but I believe the
Chinese Jordon or Valentine
Baker would be able to finish the
whole business with 5,000 men.
Abdel Kaber was known to fame
as the commander of the Forty
Thieves under Sir Samuel Baker.
Giegler is a German engineer.
The Egyptian government offi
cially denies that the false prophet
has any share in the defeat of the
Egyptian troops during the late
war. The authorities attribute the
result to other causes.
The Chinese Bill.
The N. Y. Herald's Toronto
special says: The Chinese ques
tion is beginning to loom up in
Canada as one of political and so
cial consequence. The importa
tion of several thousand Chinese
to British Columbia to work as
navvies on the Canadian Pacific
railroad has aroused much feeling
among the trade unions, which, at
a meeting here Saturday night,
passed resolutionsstrongly condem
natory of "John Chinaman" being
allowed the countenance of the
government or its contractors, and
urging prohibition or restriction
whenever practicable of Chinese
immigration. In this city until
lately the number of Chinese was
very small, and as the laundry
business was the only one which
suffered from their competition,
there was no complaint. Latterly
the restriction placed upon their
immigration into the United State.- ! Tremors of the Earth,
have drawn considerable numbers! The Loudon Times publishes :i
to Toronto. .synopsis of some papers on the
The other day .some of them in j "tremors of the earth," by the
attempting to pass through the .commuter appointed to meauie
United States, ostensibly on theirl the lunar disturbance of gravity,
way to the Celestial empire, were land by G. Darwin, which contain
met by obstacles at the suspension ,'sonie statements new to the pub
bridge Trom American officials,! lie. It i- considered proved'
which induced them to return to by the men of science eng.iged j
the bosom of the small Chinese
community in Toronto.
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"I'll Not Trust Ye."
Two centuries ago. in the High
lands OE Scotland, to ask for a re
ceipt or promisory note was
thought an insult. If parties had
business matters to transact they iand rises under the pressure ol the
stepped into the air, fixed their j mass of water thrown upon it b
eyes upon the heavens, and each! the titles, the maximum of :ise and
repeated his obligation .without
mortal witness. A mark was then
carved on some rock or tree near
bv as a remembrance of the con-$
tract. Such a thing as breach of
contract was rarely met with, so
highly did the people regard their
honor.
When the march of improve
ment brought the new mode of
doing business they were often
pained by these innovations. An
anecdote is handed down of a
farmer who had been to the low
lauds and learned worldly wisdom.
On returning to his native parish
he was in need of a sum of money,
and made bold. to ask a loan from
a gentleman of means named
Stuart. This was kindly granted,
and Mr. Stua'rt counted out the
gold. This dene, the farmer
wrote a receipt and handed it to
Mr. Stuart.
"What is tint, man?" cried Mr.
Stuart, eyeing the slip of paper.
"It is a receipt, sir, binding me
to give ye back the gold at the
right time," replied Sand.
"Binding ye? "NVcel, my man,
if yc canna trust verse! f, I'm sure
I'll no trust ye. Ye canna have
my gold.' And gathering it up
he put it back in his desk and
turned the key on ir.
"But sir, I might die,' replied
the canny Scotchman, bunging up
an argument in favor of his new
wisdom, "and perhaps my sons
might refuse it to yc; but the bit
or paper would compel them.'
"Compel them to sustain their
dead father's honor!'' cried the
Celt. "They'll need compelling
to do right if this is the road ye're
leading them. I'll' neither trust
ye nor them. Yc can gang else
where for money; but you'll find
nane in the parish that'll put more
faith in abita paper than in a neigh
bor's word o' honor and his fear
o' God." JExchanqe.
Of Mehemet Ali, the ancestor of
the present Khedive, the following
story is teld: "A milk-woman
came to the Pasha one day, com
plaining that one of his soldiers
had robbed her of the milk she
was bringing to camp. The
soldier was identified and denied
havinir taken the milk. 4What
did he do with it? asked the
Pasha. 'Drank it,' was the reply.
At a sis:n the man's head was off
his body, and his stomach, being
opened, was found to bo full of
milk. 'Go,' su'id the Pasha to the
horrified milkwoman, paying her
the value of her milk; 'but if he
had not taken it, your head would
have paid for it.' "
Bucks infest Coos bay by mil
lions, and are being continually
harrassed, killed and captured in
ever' conceivable manner by men,
women and children. The ducks
are now fat, and fine eating. One
man has a home-made gatling gun
on the bow of a skiff. He mows
them down in swaths, and supplies
the market at a bit apiece. Si!
verton Appeal.
that the cru.t of the i-aith beiuK
'under weights imposed on it, tili
. "when the barometer rises an inch.
! .. i0111 .,.. i:i. riInr ftr
itjtiri !. 1.411' l - w - ---
Australia, the increased load of air
j-inks the entire continent two" or
three inches below the normal
level.' The land actually Milks
fall on the Asiatic seaboaid reach
ing five inches. This effect is felt
at the bottom of the deepest mine.
and mav reach for an unknown
distance. It follows that the
crust of the earth must be of ex
ceeding tenacity, exceeding as a
minimum that of granite; and its
swayings may be the cause of
phenomena hitherto quite unex
plained, as, for example, the i ela
tion between storm and earthquake.
So universal , frequent , and
unavoidable arc these disturbances
that the inquiry into the lunar
disturbance of gravity has been
given up. iSo ueptii can be lound
at which a recording instrument
can be placed so as to escape their
effect. The round earth pants, in
fact, like a breathing being, under
the changes always going on above
her.
Mission ba3' is again what it was
five or six years ago, a "bono yard"
for ships with nothing to do.
There arc now anchored there
nearly a dozen fine American ships
whose owners are not satisfied with
small profits, as our foreign negh
bors are, ami the result is our
English neighbors keep their ships
moving while our good and whole
some American ships are kept
rotting at their moorings, and their
owners, as a matter of course,
growl at the decline ol American
commerce. . I'.' Alta.
No bald-headed man is taken
into the U. S. arnry as a recruit.
This rule has been adopted to con
ciliate the friendly Indians. Noth
ing exasperates an Indian so much
as to kill a U. S. soldier, and then
be deprived of the satisfaction of
scalping him. Such an outrage i
on the friendly Indians is calcu
lated to goad them on to war. It
is at the lequest of the Indians
that the secretary of war issued
the orders that none hut calpable
recruits shou'.d be received into
the arm'.
Severe damage has been inflict
ed to the lumbering business of
Humboldt, Cal., by the last storm.
The Times estimates that the sup
ply of logs will tun 10,000,000
feet short of the amount that
would have been placed in the
streams and at the landing had the
weather remained fair.
"1 believe you're a fool, John,"
testilv exclaimed Mrs. Miinrs, as
her husband unwittingly handed
her the hot end of the potato dish
which she promptly dropped and
broke. "Yes," he answered re
signedly, "that's what the clerk told
me when I went to take out my
marriage license.5 Brooklyn
Eagle.
Mr. G. M. Sharp, Camp Hill,
Pa., says that St. Jacops Oil is in
dispensable for all rheumatic com
plaints; in fact, it has given the
highest satisfaction to all who have
used it.
Loss of hair and grayness, which of
ten mar the prettiest face, are pro
vented by Parker's Hair Balsam.
PfHIiff2 sill
CERielEOK
FOR
RHEUMATISM
J
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swaff-
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
No Prarration on earth equb Sr. J.trot Ok.
u a safe, sure, simple aud cheap Kxterasl
Itemed. A trial entails but the cujf&retivlj'
trifling outUy of 50 C'cnli, and crery one differ
ing with pain can bars cheap and iK&ilirs proof
of its claims.
Directions in Eleven Languages.
BOLD BY ALLDRTJGGIST3 AND DEALEE3
a.vogbco.,
IN MEDIOINE.
ZJaUirnorc, 27tl., I7"...f.
The 3-ear 1SS2 came in on Snn
daj The year ends with Sunday
and five different months in the
year-each have five Sundays.
It is estimated that fully 100,
000 persons in Massachusetts rely
upon the fishing- industry lor" their
support. The capital invested in
this industry, is about $14,334,':la0,
and the gtos value of the product
?8,101,70. '
The stnallesr woman in -Washington
territory is said to live at
Garfield; she is nearly 2'2 years
old, is 35 inches high, and weighs
34: pounds. Her name is Amanda
"Welch, born in Oregon, and the
strangest of all is, she has yet the
first, or baby teeth.
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS,
The ivniuleiiai.ee i& ):lo ami Icjiteu
coltircil, Willi oee.vion:il llulies of u eir
t'iuiwril"d -j)Ot on one or lwtli elieeks;
the eye, bo-nnie dull; the pupils dilute;
unnr.ure M-iitieircIo tun hKuii; tin lower
eye-thl; llie :ujnc i irrlMUil, s.J'. :tnl
sometime hlef-ds;:! elliu:; ! il uppi-r
lip; ceruMiiu:)! lienilui-iie, Willi humming
or tlnnhhini; of the ears; un nnu-iiul se
cretion of "aliva; slimy or tuned tongue;
hreat hver for.!, particularly in the mori.
in; apK-'ite arhJle, sometimes voni
euiu, with a jinawiiiK sensation of the
stomach; at othcr,entirely ne: fleeting
pnin in the Mom.teli; occasional naiisct
and vomiting; in!ent pains throughout
the aiMlonifii; IxmcK ii regular, at time
eotlvc; ato'ils slimy, not imrrcuicntly
tinged with blood ; holly sw. lien nun hard ;
urine turhiil;repirathiiHVisioiKtUj dilii
eulland aecompanicil by hiccough ;com;h
sumeJimcsdry and convuIslve;iiuciy anil
disturbed sleep, with grinding of the teeth ;
temper variable, hut generally Writable.
Vhcnecr the abovtj symptoms are
found to exist,
J)!!. C. 3IcLA'E'S YEKfllFlH'E
will certainly effect a cure.
In buying Vermifuge be sure you .
the genuine DK. C. MoL.YXir.S Vi:i:MI.
I'UOL', mnnufactured by Fleming llro.,
11 W'ocxl Street. Plttsburgli, I'u. The
market is full of counterfeits. You v. ill
Ik: light if it has the siguntuie of I tem
ing Itros. and C.McLatic.
ir vour storekeeper docs not hae On;
ccnuiue, plesise report to u.
Send us :i three cent stamp for 1 .!.!
some advertising cards.
FLE31IXU BROS., PittliurIi. Pa.
King of the Blood
Is not a '-enre rt?J," it is a hlond-imriner aud
tonic. Impurity oft he blood poison the sys
tem, deranges t no rirculaiion, anil tlnis In
duces many disorder, known by diirerent
names to distinguish them according to ef
fect, but being really branches or phases ol
thit great -generic disorder. Impurity or
Blood. Such are )iisin'ii, Jtltltou-nov,
Liter Complaint, Onuttiitntlon. Xerwu 7)x
ordesj, iJcadache, Backache, General Weak
ness. rartJ)lcat,Droiy, Kblncy Dfccasc.
Piles, Rheumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula, Skin
Disorder?, Pimple. Ulcer. SiccUiiuj", Ac.,
dc. Kins of the JIlooil prevents and
cures these by attacking the cautc. Impurity
of the blood. Chemists and physicians agree
in calling it "the most genuine and efilcicnt
preparation for the punose." Sold by Drug
gists, SI per bottle. See testimonials, direc
tions, &c. In pamphlet, "Treatise on Diseases
ot the Wood," wrapped around each bottle.
D. It AKSOM. SON & Co.. Props
Buffalo, N. .
3P9EJk
ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS;
Oyster Saloon, '$
CUR A M f.S STKEET, AhTOPJA.
mm: ini:itsic.:Ei is pleased toj
JL announce jo ihe public that lie lias op- I
mrd.i I
JHggvtiTng TTouse ,
Vul furmhi" in fir-it-ela stIe
o..n:k::-. nor coffit. tea, eic.
A I THF.
Ladies" and Gent's Oyster Saloon, j
mrwuirs street. !
I'll .iv jmvc me a rati.
ltoSCOKimXOX, Proprietor
A. M. JOHNSON & Co.,
Ship Ctafe aii Grocers.
2iiir aisii Cortlaxi' of all Kinds.
1:!im-!n. 1'alrnl :iuil ZHH inline of
till Njyrs.
Tin 'farmiim Lcpsoii's Sroteli
N:tlt:imi nvl Tuiucs.
."Hot-maid IVine.; Camas, all
ZVo's z Copper Tipped. Oars.
T1h list :rortinrnt of
GROCERIES
In Town.
The IScsl COFEEES and TIL1S.
Trj- on r 3Ic!iom linking Powder
Poitiel the bet ever made.
cirrstEs-o goods
of all Mod put up !: best Packer..
lli.-lunUon'-. .nut Knhbm's Canned (tood.
Terras Cash. Profits Small.
eirftlVE lS A CALLTu
WILLIAM EDGAR,
Corner Main and Chonamua Street",
A:- 0111 A OREGON
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
The Celebrated
JOSEPH RODGERS & SONS
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GENUINE WOSTENHOLM
and other KnglLsh Cutlory.
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
Genuine Pie ersh aura Pipes, etc.
A rhie stock of
W:itehe ant! Jewelry, Muzzle and
ftreccli I.nadiiJK ttliot CSuii.h antt
Kitten, Revolvers. 11to1h.
nml Ammunition
.MAKlXr.
(.LASSKS
ALSO A FIXE
Assortment r line Sl'LTTAt'LES and EYE
C1.ASSES.
B. B. PRANKLTN,
UNDERTAKER,
!-jct i
mm
M
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zyr?-
Comer C'.s and Fmteinoqlio streets,
ASTORIA, --- - OREGON
DKAl.Klt IX
I WALL PAPER
AND
VINDOW SHADES
AND
UiLliKTAlvri.KS liUUUD.
.
A. Yaii Duscn & Co.
vyori.D REsrnrrFriJA call tup.
attention of the Public to the fact that
they are Agents for the following seving
machines. . :
Tli IiuproK'd Siiigor.
The AVhitc.
Tin Crowu
Anil ThrJfllriririgc.
Which the are selling from S3.. to S50.
each and defy Competition.
l'ersons v.ihiii" to purchase machines
should call and inspect our stock beforopur-
enaingeisciicn'. n uuguanuuuu iu kivb
IKJrfert satisfaction as reganis quality and
prut.
Notice.
ALL PAKTIES INDKRTKD TO. Oil hold
ir.' :mv Indebtedness utraiiist Andrew
l.Iohnsou. doce:ued. of the Union Tacking
Co., will please can on me nnucrsigncu at
the .Vslon.i Lifpior Store, within thirty days
and etlle same.
AUG. DAXIELSOX,
HENRY MATTSON.
Atoria. Oct.S. l&?'i.
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY !
STKAIi:it "KATATA"
Owing to her being too small for our busi
ness will be sold on reasonable terms.
JCAppIv at the olllce or lladollet & Co., Up
per Astoria, for pattieulars. when the boat
can be seen. BADOLLET i CO.
d-GOd
lAM
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n o L rmi
O o l J ,J i 2LW
05 (fl
! WILLIAM HOWE, j
dl'.i,i:i: r
Doors, Windows, Blinds, Transoms, Lumber.
All Kinds of
OAK LUMBER, j
Boat Maieriai. Etc.
iM
j Boats of all Kinds Made to Ordw. 1
C2SOrders from a distance promptly attended
MISCELLANEOUS.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Bextox Strkkt, XnAi: P.uikej: Housr,
ASTOIMA. - OttEGOX.
GENERAL MACHINISTS? AND
BOILERiiMAKERS.
LANDiMARINEEi(IINES
Boiler Work, Steamboat Work,
and Cannery Work a specialty.
OAflrcxisrG-'S.
Or all Description mmle to Order
at Short A'otire.
A. D. "Wash, President.
.T. Ci. HusTLKn, Secretary.
I. AY. Cask, Treasurer.
Jo ux Vox, Superintendent.
S. ARNDT & EERCHEN,
ASTOKIA. - OKEOOX.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
BLACKSMITH
- yVorB-iHcS
G TI ii 1371BEB?4-
kj m. 1 V.' Jm -TBBSs--cs
$Ci
un Z rtjTi.?m?mmr J
Boiler Shop
All kinds or
ENGINE, CANNERY,
AXD
STEAMBOAT WORK
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
CANNERY DIES,
FOOf OV IVFAYETTE STltEET.
B. K. STEVENS.
C. S. V.IKIWS
CITY
BOOK STORE.
Where you will lind all tho standard works
of the day, and a constantly chaiiKinj;
stock of novelties and t.iney
articles : we keep the
hest assortment of
variety poods
in the
city.
Pocket Books,
Picture Frames,
Steroscopes, Mu
sical Instruments,
Sheet Music, Bijou
terie, & Celluloid
Goods, etc., etc.
1 E.STEVEXS&CO.
HEADQUARTERS-
Foster's Emporium.
Most Complete Stock in Astoria
J ovelties of all Kinds
Fruits Beth Foreign and Oomestie
Wines and Liquors
Of Superior Brand.
FOSTER'S CORNER, OKO DOCK
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3raEi"Vkrf;-y
F&zjmmiJ.
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CO
TtXJEstXCXXCC
AND
Bracket Work
A SPECIALTY.
M,MW WWt
to. and satisfaction suantnteed in a,l rases.
BUSINESS CARDS.
T1 V. 1IOLDKX,
XOTAHY rUBLIC,
Al'CriONEhi:, COMSITSSION AND
SURAKCE AGEN1.
TK. J. C. NHAFTE8,
I'HYSUTAA aad SCBCCON.
(OKtrrSCHEK AXXX.)
Diseases of the Threat a Special I jr."
Office over Conn'3 Drug Store.
T O. BOORTH,
ir. S. 'iiiiuutssleuer, Zvtmrj rMJc, m
Innaraace Aemt.
Agent tor the Hamburg-Breraca Fire las. Co.
of liambuiv, (Jermany.aad of the Tpts
elors Life and Accident Ira. Co., of Hart-'
ford. Conn.
-Ofllee in Pj thian Building. Eooais It, IS.
Q.EI.O F. PABKEK.
SURVEYOR OF
ClatHoy :onnty,aad Citr ef Aateria
Olflco :-Cheuainas street, Y. M. C. A. ball
ltoom Jo. 3.
"P D. HINTOIf,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
as"ORlce in Pythian Buildlnsj. Booms 11, 12.
ASIORLV, ... - OBEQON.
JAY TUTTLE. M. .
PHYSICIAN AND SUBGEON .
Offick Over the "White House Store.
i:i-.8Idece OverElberson's Bukery, op
polite llarth & Myers' Saloon.
A Ii. Fri.TOX, 31. D.
I'hyHlclau and Survean.
OFFICK-Over A. V.Allea's groeery stoie.
Koonw. at the Parker House.
1 F. IIICKS.
PENTIST,
ASTOKIA, - - OKEGOfl.
ltooias in Allen' building up triairs, cerner
of Cass and Sqemocahe street.').
T K. l.aFOKCK,
DENTIST
Dental Room over Cate Slerr.
Chenainua Street, - - Astoria, Otesoo.
I Q. A. BOWLBY.
ATTORNEYAT LA1V.
Chenauuis Street. - ASTOlilA. OitiGX
e. A. ST1NSON & CO.,
BLACKSMITHING,
At Cajt. Rogers old stand, comer or Ca?s
a'ndiCourt Streets.
Ship ami Cannery work. Horseshoeing.
Wagons made and repaired. Good work
guaranteed.
Cleaning Repairing.
NEAT. CHEAP AND QUICK, BY ,
;EORE JiOVKTT,
Sl.un Street, opposite X. Loeb's.
$500 Reward.
We w illpay the above reward for any owe
of Liver Complaint. Dyspepsia. Sick Head
ache, indigestion. Constipation or Costive
ncss we cannot euro with West's Vegetable
Liver PilLs, when the directions are strictly
complied n ith. They are purely Vegetable,
and neer fail to give satisfaction. Sugar
coated. Large boxes, containing 38 Pills, 23
cents. For sale by all Druggists. Beware ot
counterfeits and imitations. The gemalne
manufactured only by Johx C. "Wese Co..
"The Pill Maker 181 and 183 f. Madisoii
St., Chicago. Free trial package sent by
mall prepaid on receipt of a 3 cent stamp.
W. E. Dement, agent.
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