The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883, November 12, 1882, Image 1

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Vol. xviii.
Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, November 12, 1882
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A LH.TPUTIAN REPUBLIC.
Ono of the smallest republics in
the world lies nestled on the south
eastern elope of the Pyienees.
For many hundred years it has re
mained neutral, whilst Frenchmen
and Spaniards have waged war
after warywinning or losing the prov
inces around it. Dynasties have
risen and fallen, the star of em
pire has shone over many nations,
hut amidst all upheavals and
changes it has remained a repub
lie. Yes, fiail Andorra has clung
to its early independence and is
to-day a proof that in the political
as in the natural world the reed
outlives main' hurricanes which
uproot the oak. It is probable
that even now the existence of the
Andorresc would be wrapt in ob
livion to the outside world, had
not the French talked of annexing
the doughty little republic. The
possibility that their independence,
which has survived after its own
peculiar fashion since the days of
Charlemagne, is now in danger of
extinction, causes us to turn with
interest to inquire a little into
their histoiy.
Andorra has long been under
the nominal suzerainty or protec
tion of France, and of the bishops
of Urgel Catalan ecclesiastics oi
the old Spanish type. Barely
larger than an ordinary county
its whole area is not much more
than 150 square miles its inhabi
tants are less than 12,000 in num
ber. Their occupations are cattle
raising and charcoal-making, and
they graze their Hocks on the sunm
slopes of the Pyrenees, from which
they cut down the forests for their
fuel. A council-general of twenty
four members, presided over by
two syndics, watches the material
interests of the people. Two
viguiers, or magistrates anu a
tMJgftschgrge the -judicial duties
of thctSpublic, ClTe formeTUeTng
nominated by France and the
bishop of Urgel, and- the latter
being appointed first by France
and then by the bishop. The
council holds its powers for four
3ears, and is elected in an old
fashioned way, reminding one of
the clan customs of the Scotch.
The heads of four families in each
parish meet together, and choose
one delegate to the council from
each locality. Here begin and
here end the political functions of
the Andorresc. The ballot-box is
as unknown to them as the poll
tax, and the other residents in each
parish are supposed to respect
without question the appointments
made by their patriarchial chiefs.
But the sturdy graziers and hardy
mountaineers are not always so
ready to acquiesce as they should
be, and into Andorra jealousy and
ambition have crept, causing dis
sensions to crop out amongst the
republicans, and transforming
what ought to be the most tranquil
of countries into a region seething
with discord. So bitter has the
conflict become that it has found
the frontier of the republic too
narrow to confine its violence, so
that the partisans on one side have
appealed to the bishop of Urgel
and Spain, while those of the
other have looked to France for
advice.
Among the Indian curiosities
which were unearthed where the
new warehouse is being built are
several mortars in fair condition
but with holes in the bottom.
Several pestles of very hard stone
were found that were broken.
These were evidently from the
grave of a chief, it being the cus
tom to spoil such things on the
death of their owner. Two very
small hammers, commonly called
sinkers, were also found and are
said to be the smallest in any col
lection in the state. An elongated
hammer, perlect in shape, and
made from a hard green stone, that
was used to pulverize dried berries,
was also found. Two pestles, one
a foot long and the other nine and
a. half inches, are perfect and good
specimens, also a stone ax as good
as when made. Oregon City En
Urprisc. Gray hair often cause annoyance,
wlmk Parker's Hair Balaam prevents
by raateriag the yostkfnl color.
A Good Little Boy.
Charles was a little boy who
loved his Mother deaily. and
whenever she told him anything
he was sure to Obey.
One day in the Spring, when
the birds were singing and the
buds on the apple-trees were al
most ready to burst into beautiful
white blossoms, Charles asked his
mother lor Ten Cents to buy
Marbles, for the ground was get
ting dry, and the other boys were
beginning to enjoy their faorile
Sport. "You can have the money,
my son' said the Mother, ''but
you must piomise me not to play
for Keeps, and evei night that
you come home and tell me truth
fully that you have not disobeyed
your Mamma, 1 will give you a
Large Bed Apple.' Then he
kissed him Fondly, and he went
gayly away to School.
But before Charley had gone
very far, he met Thomas Tough,
who was a Bad boy. Charles told
Thomas about the Ten Cents that
his Mother had give him to buy
Marbles with, and also told him
that he could not play for Keeps
unless he was willing to go without
the Bed Apple.
When Thomas heard this he
said: "Give me the Marbles you
aie going to buy, and 1 will play
with them for Keeps, and after
School is oflt we will Divide what
I have won, for 1 am a Superior
Player. Then you can truthfully
tell your Motiier that 3011 have
not been playing for Keeps, and
will receive the Bed Apple.'"
So Charles Cave his Marbles to
Thomas, and after School was out
asked him how 111:1113 larblcs he
had Won.
"I didn't "Win," replied Thomas;
"I struck a Hard Crowd, and
lost." t g
" "Then Charles wafiJ-allfprjTl-o
was a prett3 Tight-Fisted little
boy, and began to Cr3. But
presently he said to Themas:
"You are a naught bo3, and I
hate you Very Much."
And then Thomas hit Charles in
the Nose, and threw him down in
the Dirt, making his new panties
look very bad indeed.
So when Charles reached home
he told his Papa all about his
troubles. When he had finished,
his Papa said to him: "You don't
know as much as Thompson's Colt,
and I'm going to take a Crack at
you myself."
Then he gave Charles a good
Licking and sent him to bed with
out aii3 Supper. And when
Charles had lain on his Stomach'
for a while, because he felt more
Comfortable that way, he said to
himself: "No more Blind Pools
for me."
Do you not think he. had a
Great Head, children? J do.
JBrom "Tales for flic Toddlers?
in Chicago Tribune.
The following affidavit taken
from the Vancouver Independent
is a genuine army document Bead
and be cenvinced: ''Personals
appeared before mo the under
signed, Sergeant Patrick O'JReilly,
who, having first duly sworn, de
poses and sa3s that on or about
the fifth day of August, 1882,
while en route to San Puellc river,
W. T., a muie on which was
packed a Dutch oven, rolled
down a stony grade into the Co
lumbia river, W. T., crushing the
said Dutch oven into small pieces.
Lieut. Abbot was responsible for
said mule and oven, but no one
was responsible for the mule
missing its footing and rolling into
the river.""'
An excellent liniment for neu
ralgia is made of sassafras, oil of or
ganum, and a half ounce of tinc
ture of capsicum, with half a pint
of alcohol. Soak nine yards of
red flannel in this mixture, wrap it
around the head, and then insert
the head in a haystack till death
comes to your relief. Boomerang.
My wife's mother was afllictcd
with rheumatism for twenty 3'ears
and tried almost every remedy,
without any relief until she used
St. Jacobs Oil. Three bottles en
tirely cured her. It is the best
remedy I have ever seen,' writes
Frank P. Dryden, Esq., Pocomoke
City, Md.
B usui ess.
"Wiuuer .JCiiKins, saiu an u
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Ohio farmer as he bustled into her ,
house one morning, "I am a man'
of business: I'm worth 10,000,1
and want you for a wife, 1 give ,
3'ou three minutes in which to,
answer. '
"1 don't want ten seconds, old j
man!'' she replied a she shook,
out the dishcloth. "I'm a woman .
of business, worth 10,000, and T
wouldn't marrv vou if von wore
the hist man on earth. I give you 1
a minute and a half to git!"
Hi- trquWall Street Neios.
There is a vory marked differ j
ence between the value of exports
from this country during the I
eleven months endim; the 30th of
September last, and a correspond-,
ing period the year previous.
For the present 3car to September
oOth the exports were 4,4:27,000,
and for the corresponding period
last year, 0,1; 1,000 a falling off
of over 3,000,000. The only
article that shows an increase is
salted beef. Our imports continue
to be very large, and unless re
lieved by tho cotton crop now-
coming into market, tho balance of
trade will be against us, and there
must be the exportation of gold to
meet the deficit.
A Canadian medical journal is
the authority for the assertion that
acute articular rheumatism has been
cured by fasting from four to eight
daj's. Chronic rheumatism is harder
tb deal with. Cold water or a
moderate allowance of lemonade
was given to the patients. Dr.
"Wood, of Bishop's college, Mon
treal, believes that rheumatism is
only a phase of indigestion. Abso
lute rest to the, viscera is the only
wa3' to a certain cure. Simple
abstinence iroci.food.-Ahe. finds-
yrceScllent recok
A new so-called Bible has put
in an appearance in Europe and
America. The title of the book is
"Oahspe, tiie Xew Bible,1' and
purports to be a histoiy of the
earth and heavens for 2-1,000
years.
Captain Hen "Weeks' Brook
lyn, N. Y, the well-known boat
builder and sailing master, has used
St. Jacobs Oil for sprains with mar
velous effect. It also cured his wifo
of rheumatism at once.
Heartily Recommended.
Don't condemn a good thim; because
yon have been deceived by worthless
nostruma. Parker's Ginger Tonic
has cured many in this section of nerv
ous disorders, and wo recommend it
heaatily to such sufferers. JYcjrx
A CARD.
To ail who are suffering from the
ei rors anil indiscretions of joutli. nerv
ous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send areciiie that will
cine you F1IEE OF CHANGE. This
great remedy was discovered bj a mis
sionary in South America. Send a self
addressed em elope to the Rev.JosKrn
T. Ixmav, Station I), New York t'ilv.
VnriouH Cause
Athancing years, care, sickness, dis
appointment, and hcieditary predisposi
tion all operate to turn tlie hairgrav,
and either of them inclines it to shed
picmaturely. Ati:i:s Hah: Viconwill
restore faded or gray, light or red hair
to a rich lnown or deep black, as mav
be desiml. It softens and cleanses the
scalp, giving it a healthy action. It re
moves and ernes dandrAiT and humors.
Uy itMie falling hair is checked, and
i new growth will he produced in all
cases where the follicles are not do
stroyed or the glantK decayed. Its ef
fects are beautifully shown on brashv,
weak, orsickly hair, on which a few ap
plications will pioducc the gloss and
freshness of youth. Harmless and sure
in its operation, it isjncomparable as a
dressing, and is especially valued for the
soft lutrc and richness of tone it im
parts. It contains neither oil nor dve.
and will not soil or color while cambric;
yet it lasts long on the hair, and keeps it
fresh and vigorous.
Ton S.vr.K nr am. l)i:.vi.hi:.
A cough, cold or sore throat should be
stopped. Xcglcct frequently results in
an incurable lung disease or consump
tion. .Crown's Bronchial troches do not
disouler the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the in
flamed parts, allaying irritation, give
relief in asthma, bronchitis, coughs,
catarrh, and tho throat troubles which
singers and public speakers are subject
to. For thirty years Urown's bronchial
troches have been recommended by
physicians, and always give perfect
satisfaction. Having been tested by
wide and constant use for nearly an en
tire generation, they have attained well
merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 2." cents a
oox everywhere
Iter lame Back, Side or Chest use
Simon's Porous Plaster, Price 25 cents.
For sale by W. E. Dement.
That Hacking Couch can bo so
quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We
guarantee it Sold by W.E. Dement.
Shiloh's Vitalizcr is what you need
for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Diz
ziness and all symptoms of Dyspepsia.
Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. Sold
by W. E. Dement.
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bron
clntis immediately reliewa liy Shiloh's
Cure. 3o!dbyW.E.Deet
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CERMANREM
RHEUMATISM
Neuralgia, Sciatica, lumbago.
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, end all other
Pains and Aches.
lo Preparation on earth equals Sr. J.'cocs On.
as safe, sure, simple and cheap External
Remedy. A trial onUlls but the comparatively
trifling outlay of 60 Cents, and eTery one suffer
ing with pain can have cheap and po-jure proof
of 1U claims.
Directions in Eleven Languages.
BOLDBYALLDEUGGISTS ANDDEALEES
IN MEDICINE.
A. VOGELER & CO.,
2Jdliliorc,XId., U.S.A.
A Texas paper sa3-s that state
will average two killings per da
the vear round.
When a man sa3s he is satisfied
with his lot. 3'ou ma3 be sure of
one of two things, either he is a
very unenterprising specimen of
humanity or he is King. JiosloJi
Transcript.
General JButler sa3s the politi
cal nendulurnVMrintrs evcrv two
6,""1 .. .'"t'S!-l.
for the upheavals of this year.
He thinks it may come back from
the Democratic side in 1SS4, and
cheat that party of its presidential
hopes.
MOTHERS, READ.
Gents: About nine years apo I It nl a
child two years oldniid almost lc:nl. Tin
doctor I hatl attending her could not tell
what ailed her. 1 asked him If he did not
think it was worms-. He said no. lUw
over, this did not satisfy uic,a I fell con
vinced in my own mind that Mm had. I
obtained a bottle of IK. C aii-I.AMrs
CI'LKUKATKD TEIiJIirt'OKtnuine .
I gavo her a teaspoonful in the inorniii
audauothcratnihUifterwhielt she'-a Mai
seventy-two worms and wasji well Juid.
Since then I have never been wiilii.tii it
in my lamily. The health of my ihil ain
remained m good that I had r.eyii. ted
watching their aetions until alxnit tl tee
weeks ago, when two of them preei.lel
the s.unc sickly appearance that Fanny
did nine j'ears ago. So I thought ii mt-t
be worms, and went to woilc at 0111 e v ills
a bottle of l)It. C. 3IcL.VNK'S Vl.KMI
l'UGK betw een four of my eh II Iron, their
ago being as follews: Alice, S years; . hnr
ley, I years; IZmma.ti cars; .loiin.itye.us.
Kot comes the result: Alice ami Kmma
camcout all rlght,but fhurk'y passed fort -live
and Johnny about sixty worms. The
result was so gratifying that I s-pein two
days in .showing the wonderful . fleet of
your Vermifugo around I'liea. and now
have the worms on exhibition in mystore.
Yours truly, .IOHX I'irilli.
The genuine 1K. C 31eI.Air VKK
SIIFI'CK Is mauufneluicd only by
Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
and bear the .signatures of C rvicl.ano
and ITeming ltros. It N never made In
Sr lioulswr Wheeling.
!" sure you get the genuine Price, "!."
cents . IkhiIc.
FLTCIHIG HKOS., PiiWmrgli, Pa.
H" CELEBRATED lX
W STOMACH
itters
Old fiuhionnblo remedies aro rapidly giving
ground beforo tho advanco of tin conquering
specific, and old fashioned ideas in regard to
depletion as a means of cure, have been quito
exploded by tho success oftbegroatrcnovant,
which tones tho system, tranquilizer the
nerves, neutralizes malaria, depurates and
enriches the blood, rouses tho liver when dor
mant, and promote. a regular habit of bodv.
Tor salo by all Drugsrists and Dealers
generally.
Notice..
IIIEKEBV ATFOINT -JUL THOMAS
Iloelling my agent, during mv absence
from the city. J. G. nUSTLEK.
School Tax Notice.
TO THE TAX PAYERS OF SCHOOL Dis
trict No. 18. Clatsop county Oregon : You
are hereby notified that tho assessment roll
for the school tax In district No. 18, for the
j ear 1882, Is completed and Is now in my
hands lor thenext sixty days from datenere
of. Tay your taxes In time and save cost 1.
C. W. SHIYELY.
Cleric School District No. IK
Astwte, Orison, October 21st, lw dtd
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MsMr ZMr .-sv
ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS
Oyster Saloon.
cnr.vwu-. sTKi'irr. astoria.
0
mm: xdersigxhi is pleased to
X. :tiwi::niY t( the pnMie that helms p-
IMIftl :i
l'UWT 'I,ASS
lEJvtiXLS HCouse ,
Ami fiitni-ln'-. 111 lirst-il.iss stjie
oyster-. Mr coffee ti:a. kto.
.r THE
Ladies and Gent's Oyster Saloon.
ciif xam rs s rui'KT.
rif.. jim iii a call.
i:fW(K;i)IXOX, Proprietor
A. M. JOHNSON & Co.,
lIlUUuli:
!!. and Corriuxi of all Itiutl.
Itloc-Ks. L'uin( ml Mot talim of
:ill siyo..
Tho (ouiiiuo r.oeson Soot oil
Salmon nolTn inos.
Monuuid TtrinoM Canrns. till
IVo'.st Copper Tipped Oars.
The Ik's! assortment of
GROCERIES
In Town.
The Rest COFEKES ami THIS.
Try our Melrose Ralcing Pott ler
rnsithely the best cer made.
CANNED GOODS
of all kind put up by best r.iCKcrs.
Uiehardson's and llobbm's Canned Goods.
Torms-Ca-sli. ProfitK Small.
ea-GIYE I'S A CALLrSu
WILLIAM EDGAR,
Corner Main and Cheaamus Streets,
ASTOKIA OREGON
m:LFi w
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
The Celebrated
JOSEPH RODCERS & SONS
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GENUINE WOSTENHOLM
and other EnjlWi Cutlory.
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
Genuine Meerahaum Pipes, etc.
A fine stocU of
Vatafefet.anil JawiiMjrr-MMml
' isreerli lio'adlBiTflt 'GTMaJMl
KltlcH, lie vol vers, PlntolH,
mill AmimuiitieH
i AliO A FINK
Assortment of tine SITCTACLES and EYE
GLASSES.
B. B. FRANKLIN,
UNDERTAKER,
Corner ('.is-and Squemoqhe streets,
ASTOKIA. - - - - OKEtiOX
DRALFIt IN
WALL PAPER
AND
VINDOW SHADES
AND
U N DKKTAKEKS GOODS. -
MAGMTS C. CROSBY,
Dealer in
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
Vl.V M IIKliP AND STEAM FITTKBR
Goods and Tools,
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
SHEET IRON TIN AND COPPER,
Stoves, Tin Ware and House
Furnishing Goods.
JOBBING IN SHEET IRON, TIN, COP
PER PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING
Done with reatness and dispatch.
None but first class workmen employed.
A large assortment ofj
SCALE?
Constantly ou hand.
Notice.
rilllE TDIE IN WHICH TO PAY School
A taxes In School District Xo. l will cv
jdre on the istli of the present month, ray
nil and save costs.
THOMAS BOELLIXG,
Deputy Clerk.
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1 WILLIAM HOWE,
...:. m ,.,-: g
di:ai.ei: in
Boors, Windows, Blinds, Transoms, Lumber.
All kinds or
OAK LUMBER,
GLASS,
Boat Material. Etc.
j Boats of .all Kinds Made to Ordr. j
I57""0rders from a distance iiroinptlj attended
MISCELLANEOUS.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
KrjiTOX StkektJ Xkak Pakkkk House,
ASTORIA. - ORECOX.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
BOILER MAKERS.
LANDiiMARIHGn
Boiler Work, . Steamboat Work,
and Cannery Work a specialty.
Or all Dencrlptleiin wrfrtfr tm fHrilcr
at Shert A'stice.
A. D. "Wass. Ircsident.
J. G. Hustler, Secretary.
I."Y. C vsk, Treasurer.
Joux Fox, Superintendent
S. ARNDT & EERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
BLACKSMITH
8HOP4
flip.
OS
Boiler. Shop
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All kinds of
ENGINE, CANNERY,
AXD
STEAMBOAT WORE
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
CANNERY DIES,
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
11. P. STEVENS. C. S. P.ROWX
CITY
BOOK STORE.
Where im will find all tlio standard woiks
of tlie d.iy,and a constantly (-hai)Kin
stock of noelties and taney
articles: we keep the
best assortment or
ariety coods
in the
city.
Pocket Books,
Picture Frames,
Steroscopes, Mu
sical Instruments,
Sheet Music, Bijou
terie, & Celluloid
v Goods, etc., etc.
B K.STEVEXS&CO.
Wilson & Fisher,
SHIP CHAN0LERS.
DEALKKS IX
Iron. Steel, Coal, Anchors, Chains,
TAR, PITCH OAKUM,
WROUGHT AND CUT GALVANIZED
S X X x5L Xm S(
Nallii, Cupper NaiLs and Burrs,
Shelf Hardware, Faints and Oils
Rubber and Hemp Packing of all Kinds.
PROVISIONS.
FJ.OITR AXD MITX FKKI.
Agents for Salem Flourins MHU.
Corner Chenamus and Hamilton Street
ASTORIA, OitEGON.
IFmBuETJ
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AND
Bracket Work
A SPECIALTY.
to, and satisfaction guaranteed in all eases.
BUSINESS CARDS.
X( C. IIOI.DKIV,
OTAKY rUBLIC,
AUCTIONEhR, COMMISSION AND
SURAXCE AGENT.
TK. .1. . SJIAFTRK,
rHY.Il'IA. and'StrKC'EeX.
(DKirrscnKE akzt.)
DinenmcK oftheTlirvmtaSperialls'.
Ofllce over Conn's Drug Store.
T O. IIOZORTM,
V. S. CAH-mlMlaaer, Xtay Pakflr ii;
lawiaacriint.
mattujffNM
TaAiiJi"'!!
3m',llli& ;iH&twA iaa.
fntPnnn '1it!-sflai
-H-ronice m Pythlaa Blkiiri.
Q.KI.O F. PiKKEK.
SURVEYOR OF
Clatsop CoHiity,aat City fAatarla
Otfice :-Cheuamus street, Y.M.C. A. hall
lioom No. 8.
jci . wisTosr,
Attorney and Counsciar at Law.
ffB-Ofllce In Pythian Buildlns. Iteomi 11, 12.
ASTOKIA, - - - OKEGON.
TAY TL'TTXE, M. JD.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Okfick Over the Whlto House Store.
Uksiokxck Over Elberson's Bakery, M
liosite Uartli & Myers' Saloon.
A I. FULTOX. 31. D.
1'hyHiciau and 8arveR.
OFFICE Over A. V. Allen's grocery store.
Jtooms, ut tho Tarker Home.
"P P. HICKS,
PENTIST,
ASTORIA, ... - OKEGON
Rooms in Allen's building up stairs, comer
of Cass and Sqemocqho streets.
J E. I. a FORCE.
DENTIST
Dental K001114 erer Cade" Stare
Chenamus Street, - - Astoria, Oregon.
J
Q. A. BOWLBY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Clieiuinns Street. - ASTORIA, OKKGOU
G. A. STINSON & CO.,
BLACKSMITHING,
At C.ijit. Kocrs old stand, corner of Con
and Court Streets.
Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoeing.
Wagons nude and repaired. Good work
guaranteed.
TAII.ORIWQ.
Cleaning S Repairing.
NFAT, CHEAP AND QUICK. BY
KEOKUK L.OVETT.
Main Street, opposite N. Loeb's,
MAX. WAGNER'S
'bowling alley.
MAX. WAGNER'S
Agency for the Natimal Betr.
Beer deli ered in any part of the city.
Lost.
October '.arm. about one mile
above Tongue 1'oint, a snail-green. skiff,
tvith onomir iron rowloe&s aaoaa' ttaJr
oars in her. Oars branded on blade jTh.
D. G. A reward of$3.Wm be pat to tt
party returning her to ftls office. M