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ASTORIA, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 30, J 887.
PRICE JblYE CENTS.
VOL. XXIX, NO. 25.
TOHJf R. S3IITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office, Room 4 and 5, over City Book Store.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office lu Kinney's Block, opposite City
Hall, Astoria, Oregon.
C W. rtJLTON. O. C. FDLTON
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Rooms &and C, Odd Fellows Building.
Attorney at Law and Notary Public.
Special attention given to practice in the
U. a. Land Office, aud the examination or
land titles. A full set of Abstract Books for
Clatsop County In office.
Money to loan. ,
Office Rooms 4 and 5, over City Book
Attorney aud Counsellor nt .Law
Office on Chenamus Street, Astoria, Oregon
c i. wixToa
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms No. 11 and 12, Tythlan Castle BuIId
lag. - B.WATSON,
Atty.at Law and Deputy Dist. Atty.
All business before the U. S. Land Office a
"'ASTORIA, - - OltEGOX.
"O C.HIXHLIiEY, I. I. N.
Is associated with IK. I.A FOKCK,
Rooms 11 and 12 Odd Fellows Building,
ASTORIA. ---- OREGON.
TB. IR. OWENS A1AXR.
Office and residence cor. Court and Olney
streets. (Mrs. D. K. "Warren's former resi
dence.) Special Attention clven to Wonipn'n Din-
eases ana Diseases or fcjo ana iar.
Office Hours 10 to 12, 2 to 4.
yRS. A. li. AKDJ. A, FULTOX.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office on Cass street, thre:
Odd Fellow's building.
Telephone No. 41.
(loots south of
rAY TUTTIiE, 31. 1.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Rooms G Pythian Building
Residence On Cedar Street, back of
St. Maryls Hospital.
7 E. O. B. E8TES.
Til YSIC1AN AND SURGEON.
Office : Gem Building, up stairs, Astoria,
rK. JILFRED KIXXEY,
Office at Kinney's Cannery.
Will only attend patients at Ills office, and
may be found there at any hour.
ryK. FJH.XK. PAGB.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Opposite Telegraph omce, Astoria. Oregon.
EtiO P. PARKER,
SURVEYOR OF CLATSOP COUNTY
Eac-Clty Surveyor of Astoria
Office : N. E. corner Cass and Astor streets,
KoomNo.8 Up Htalrs.
Robt, Collier, Deputy,
Rooms In Allen's Building, up stairs, cor
ner Cass and Squemoqua streets. Astoria
K6oms 1 and 2 Pythian
C. H. Cooper's Store.
A good fit guaranteed. Charges Moderate.
Agent for the Celebrated. Household Sewing
Machine. Shop opposite C. H. Cooper's.
For London Direct
The Fine Steel Bark
878 tons register, loo A l
Will be on berth at Astoria during July
and -will take salmon In lots to suit shippers.
For freight and rate of Insurance apnly to
BALFOUR. GUTIIR1E & CO.
- Or to-P.L.CHItRRY, Astoria.
For Liverpool Direct.
The One Iron ship
Is now on the berth and will
snalmon in lots to suit shlnners. She
will have quick-despatch. For particulars
apply to MEYER, WILSON & CO.
Or to C. P. BTSHUB, Astoria, Or,
SADLY MISTAKEN WOMEN-
The Great Cause of Female Unhappl-
nesa and Loss of Attractiveness
The question is often asked, "why
are the women of to-day bo delicate,
so feeble? Why do they fade so
quickly, lose their color, and become
prematurely old? Why do they suf
fer such pains and endure so much
silent agony? There are, doubtless,
many reasons, but they are all com
bined in the single word Weakness.
When we stop to calmly think of the
amount of misery that is endured by
t n e women o t
America at this
very moment it is
This is no idle as
sertion it is the
terrible truth. We
will cite a case in
L. Nicholas, resid
dine at Phenix, It.
mbs. xicnoLAS. I., is a lineal de
scendant of the gallant General, Na
thaniel Greene. Blessed with a good
constitution, she hardly knew what
sickness or pain were until a few
years ago. tier duties called her up
and down stairs (that bane of wom
ankind) very frequently, and she be
gan to notice that her breath was
growing shorter. This was followed
by pains in the back, tired feeling, a
sense of bearing down and frequent
faintness. But Mrs. Nicholas had
the plucky blood of her ancestor in
her veins and would not give up.
There came a daj', however, when
Bhe was forced to do so. Wo give the
rest In tor own words. In convers
ing with the writer she said:
" I cannot describe how sich I was,
I liad sharp pains shooting through
my chest; it was almost impossible
to draw a single breath, and ray limbs
were swollen almost to bursting. I
consulted three doctors, two of whom
admitted that the'
could not cure me,
while the third pro
nounce'd my case
dropsy. My limbs
continued to swell ;
the water filled my
lungs, and I never
for a moment
thought of ever re
covering. For eight
months I was un
able to lie down,
and could only
sleep in my chair. restored.
When I was in this hopeless condi
tion, my son, Lafayette G. Nicholas,
of Providence, came to see me. Sev
eral years before he had been sick,
but under the direction of Dr. George
D. Wilcox, of Providence, he had re
covered. He insisted that I should
employ the same means he had used
so successfully, and as a last resort I
consented to do so. In a short time
I began to grow better; the swelling
decreased, and finally disappeared;
I regained my breath, then my health,
then my strength, and I owe my life
to-day to that grand medicine, Hunt's
Remedy, which alone was able to
save me. This was the medicine
which, administered by Dr. Wilcox,
restored my son and rescued me from
the grave. I know it is pure, simple
and good, and I believe it is the only
remedy that will certainly regulate
and cure the many troubles of wom
en and restore them to health, beauty
" I have thought a great deal about
the.health of wemen since I regained
my healtli, and I wish I had the
power to induce
those who are
suffering, and so
many are to-day,
to use the means
I I so successfully
employed. 1 1
well and strong
it would be &
grand thing for
the nation, and
save untold suf
fering which is
female misery, now oeing en
dured so patiently. The trouble is,
many women do not know what ails
them. They take cold and have un-
pleasant symptoms, but think that,
they will soon pass away but
they do not. These are -followed oy
more serious troubles, annoying,
weakening and life-destroying, but
still they take no steps to check them.
How can women be so blind? Do
they not know shat such things are
the beginning of the end unless taken
The experience of Mrs. Nicholas,
who is now in her eighty-fifth year,
should be aTvarning to all who read
her earnest words not to .delay, but
to use the best of -all known means1
for preserving or restoring healtli be
fore it is too late. . .
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MARINE INSUBAXCK COYERED BY OUR
Elmore, Sanborn & Co.
INDIAN UPEISLNG PEAKED.
Danger Apprehended on the Klamath
We learn from the Record that
quite an excitement was created
among the settlers along the
Klamath last week by threats and
the warlike attitude" of the In
dians residing on said river, in
some instances haying scared
women who we.re unprotected
from their homes. John Bomhoff
has secured the right from the
government to establish a fishery
on the Klamath river, with a pro
viso that the Indians were to do
the fishing and he (Bomhoff) to
pay tbetiTa stipulated price for the
fish. The Indians signed, or made
their mark to the agreement, and
all seemed well pleased with the
arrangement. Mr. Bomhoff built
fishing boats, suitable houses, etc.,
near the mouth of the river and
procured all the necessary equip
ments to commence fishing as soon
as the run began. The Klamath
rivtr runs through the so called
Klamath Indian reservation, but
the river has been declared by our
legislature to be "a navigable
stream, and it is claimed that any
one h?s a right to use the stream
aud fish therein so that he dors
not trespass upon the land.
Taking this view of the matter,
R. D. Hume who has a fishery at
Ellensburg, at the mouth of Rogue
river has built and taken down
and up the river fishing boats, a
large flatboat fitted up as a hotel,
store, sleeptug rooms, etc., which
fleet is anchored in the center of
the river, where he proposes to
fish, haying nothing to do
whatever with the shore of the
so called reset vation. Mr. Hume
has built a tug, the Thistle, with
which he proposes to transport
the fish caught in the Klamath
river to his cannery at Ellensburg,
there to be canned. Now the In
dians, who are all, so far as we
can learn, in favor of the Bomhoff
fisher' as they are to receive
good pay for catching hsh for nun
look upon Mr. Hume as an op
position company and are uissatis
fled, and have made threats of kill
ing his men if they attimpt to
fish. Anyone who is familiar
with the Indian character knows
that it makes but little dinvron
who is killed, whether it is th a '
who does the imaginary wrimjr .
his friend, hence the fear of tin
settlers along the river. A largo
quantity of ammunition has been
taken down to the Klamath within
the last week for the settlers, and
the Indians have also been tiying
to procure cartridges, which looks
as though there were grounds for
fear. Mr. Hume's crew have also
prepared themselves for an emer
gency, and we are told they are
satisfied that they can protect
There are but very few Indians
along the lower Klamath, but
they say that if trouble com
mences the Indians fiom "away
up" will join them. About all
they can do will be to pick off
men from an ambush and then re
treat to their hiding places in the
mountains, but by so doing they
can keepup a warfare for a long
time. Mumboldt Timesy July 21.
Youner Scandinavian engineers
from the polytechnic schools of
Europe are crowding young
American engineers aside in many
quarters of the west. There are
thirty of the former engaged in
the railroad shops at St. Paul and
Minneapolis, and many important
city improvements have been com
pleted under tneir supervision.
Some of the Mexican newspa
pers are grumbling nt what they
call "Yankee aggression." They
want to have the country and its
business all to themselves, and
seem to be a little bit jealous of
the wideawake American who
goes down there and stirs things
A project is on foot in New
Mexico for the admission of that
territory as a state in the uni6n.
The idea is to take in a part of
Texas, with the latter's consent.
Buchlcn's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in tho world for
Cuts, Bruises, SorcsJJlcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to cive
Perfect satisfaction, or money refunded,
rice 25 cents per box. For sa le by W
E. Dement & Co.
Mutiny at Sea.
Sax Frakcisco, July 28. The
Chilian bark Eulella, Captain Gi
annoni, arrived here this morning
sixty-seven days outftom Pisagua,
Chili. The captain reports a seri
ous mutiny lasting nearly the
whole trip." The crew was com
posed of Chilians, Spaniards and
negroes, and, led on by the boat
swain, persisted in refusing to
obey the orders of the captain and
the mates. The boatswain was
put in irons when about ten days
out, but was released by the crew.
He was again put in irons a few
days ago, but escaped, and the
crew armed themselves with knives
and prepared to make an attack
on the captain's quarters. The
captain took two revolvers and a
blunderbuss, went on deck alone
and defied the men. The sailors
declared the captain should never
reach port alive, but by prompt
action and great personal courage
ne succeeaea in Keeping tue men
under control until the arrival
here. The vessel is now in quar
antine and the sailors are now
quiet. The government has no
jurisdiction in the case.
Seattle Reaching for Wheat Shipments.
Scattle, July 28. By the new
freight schedule of the Northern
Pacific railroad, shippers of wheat
from eastern Washington are
obliged to pay fifty cents more to
Seattle than to Tacoma. In order
to meet this discrimination and
enable the shippers to lay down
their wheat as cheaply at Seattle
as at Tacoma, the citizens of Seat
tle are raising a fund to cover the
excess of railroad charge, with the
conviction that if the two cities are
Dlaced on an eaualitv the bulk of
this year's crop will ! handled
at Seattle. s. -
ALWAYS KEEP THE UPPER HAND
Change of temperature are apt
cause dangerous sickness; in the
full-blooded apoplexy is to be feared.
When you have a pain in the head,
icc uiiiy, jevensn, rneumatic or
Bick at the stomach, take at once
three to ten of Brakdreth's Pills.
Such slight affections are only tho
harbingers of disease or sudden pros
tration, and the thing to do is to
master the trouble at once. Never
let a little sickness get the better
of you. Drive it out of doors im
mediately. Let there be no com
promise, always have with you a
box of Braxdreto's Pills and you
are prepared to fight the worst
form of sickness in its incipiency.
A syndicate recently 1 ought ten
acres of Ohio ground by smell
alone, but when the' went to bore
for natural gas it was found that
the smell proceeded from artificial
gas buried in a rubber bag.
We Tell You Positively
That Simmons Liver Itegulator will rid
you of dysnensia. purify your system.
enable you to sleep well, prevent mala
rial diseases ana give you a oristc ami
vigorous feeling. It acts directly on
the liver and kidneys. cteansing,purify-
ine, invigorating aud fortifying the
flv.stem acainst disease. It will break
up chills and fever and nrevent their
return yet entirely free from calomel
A Sandusky natural gas well
has just struck 1,000,000 feet per
day. Another well, and the big
gest yet, has just come in Mur
raTsville. K "RVgY iSK S?
Soother at hand. It is tlio only sato
medicine yet mado that will remove
all infantile disorders. It contains no
Opium or Morphine, but gives tho child
natural ease from pain. Price 25 cents.
J. W. Conn.
New york city cannot afford to
go back on immigration altogether.
During the last six months it has
had 19,312 deaths and only 5,442
f A And reliahlo Medicines aro
"'v tho best to depend upon.
Acker's Blood Elixir has been pre
scribed for years for all Impurities of
tbo Blood. In every form of Scrofu
lous, Syphilitic or Mercurial Diseases
it is invaluable. For lUicumatism,
has no equal.
J. W. Conn.
Of 1887 being at a close, the run of Salmon
Scarce, and slena of a dull winter. I now
announce to the workinePHbllctbatl will
For $1.06. Satisfaction guaranteed or
Meaev KefHaed. All other watch or
Jewelry repalrlnK done at bed rock prices
to suit the times. Watch classes flttedfor
10 centi at li. GKEKNBKRG'S
3 Water t.
No One Ne
"I have been suffering
for over two years witn
Dyspepsia. For the last
year I could not take a drink
of cold water nor eat any
meat without vomiting it up.
My life was a misery. Iliad
had recommended Simmons
Liver Regulator, of which
I am now taking the second
bottle, and the fact is that
words cannot express the
relief I feel. My appetite
is very good, and I digest
everything thoroughly. I
sleep well now, and I used to
be veiy restless. I am flesh
ing up fast; good strong
food and Simmons Liver
Regulator have done it all.
I write this in hopes of bene
fiting some one who ha.-;
suffered as I did, and would
take oath to these state
ments if desired."
E. S. BaLLOU, yrac '?. Xeb.
J. H. ZEILIN & CO., Philzdetpha, Fa.
no appetite. Indigestion, Flatulence,
Sick lir.ulache. "all run down," losing
llesli, ton willllnd
tlio remedy you need. They tono up
the weak stomach and
the llacTBlnp; energies. Sufferers from
lULMitul or physical overwork will find
Kre-.it rclh-f from them. HIcRantly
sugar coated. Price, 25 cents per box.
0fnc2, 44 Murray St., Hew York.
J. C. ROSS, Proprietor.
A Large, Gtesn, Sunr.y House.
First Class in all its Appointments.
Well furnished and well kept.
Kates from $1 :i Tiny Vnraril.
Free Coaclx to mid from tho Eouse
Board by tha day week or month.
Conu-r JeQVrMKi and Olney Streets, As
Van Dusen & Co.
Hardware and Ship Chancery,
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish,
Binacle Oil, Cotton Canvas,
Hemp Sail Twine,
Cotton Sail Twine.
Wrought Iron Spikes,
Galvanized Cut Nails.
Agricultural Implements, Sewing
Machines, Taints, Oils,
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
There is no occasion for the most fastidi
ous or our citizens to send to Portland or
San Francisco for
Custom Made Clothes
As they can cet Better Fits, Letter Work
manship, and for
By Leaving their Orders w 1th MEANY. lie
has just received a Lirye stock of Goods from
the feast. Fine Business Suits from ?55.
Call and See Him and Satisfy Yourself.
P. J. MEANY,
Concomly St., Foot of Jackson, Astoria.
lacMnists al Boiler Haters.
Land and Marine Engines
Steamboat Work and Cannery Work
Castings of all Descriptions Made
to Order at Short Notice.
Toifs P ills
A. D. WAS8,
J. G. HUSTLES,
I. W. CASE,...
I. L OSGOOD'S
One Price Cash Store.
Save Money by Purchasing Your
Clothing-, Underwear, Hosiery, Shirts,
Neckwear, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Gloves;
Huts, Caps, Trunks, Yaliaea;
AT A ONE PEICE CASH HOUSE.
Which Pays no High Rent, no High Insurance, no High Incidental Ex
penses, no High Prices for Goods, nor Makes any bad
Accounts for you to help Pay. 0
3Iy Goods are all entirely new, and were bought directly from tiie H&a.
facturers at as low prices as these lines can be purchased, and I am selling 'tlxev
as low as they arc lepitimately sold on the Pacific Coast.
A child can purchase Goods as cheap, and receives the same proper attention
and treatment at my counters as the most experienced buyer.
COUNTRY ORDERS FILLED'CORRECTLY, AND WHH DISPATCH.
T T- ACaAATI
A. M, www,
KINNEY'S BRICK BUILDING, ASTORIA, OREGON,,
Opposite Rescue Engine House.
Coiisiittliisnf -1 CAK LOADS of tiue Artistic and Plain
uroiture, Carpels, Oil Cloth, Madras-Silk
LACE AND PORTIERE CURTAINS. . '
Dado Shades, &c, Has Arrived
These goods were purchased direct from Eastern Manufacturers and shipped
before the recent advanco in freight, the benefits thereof we" propose to share rHh
Call and See Us. CHA8. HEILIKOJtll.
The New Model Range
CAN BE HAD IN" ASTORIA, ONLY OF
E. R. HA WES,
Agent, call and Examine It ; You "Will bo Pleased. E. R. Ilawes Is also Agent tor tt
Buck Patent Cooking Stove,
AND OTHER FIRST CLASS STOVES.
Furnace Work, Steam Fittings Etc., a Specialty. A Full Stock on Hand.
J. EL D. GKAI
Wholesale and retail dealer in.
GROCERIES FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND AND CEMENT.
General Storage and "Wharfage on reason
able terms. Foot of Benton street, Astoria,
- Golnia Transportation Coipaaj.
FOR PORTLAND !
Through Freight on Fast Time-!
THE NEW STEAMER
Which has been specially built for the comfort of passengers will leave
"Wilson & Fisher's Dock every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland it 1 TM
Returning leaves Portland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 f.'Uj
-An additional trip will be made on fjhutday Sack Wee, leviwfrjritart
J. W. BOTTOM, Proprietor,
Water Street, Two Doors East of Olney.
Fine Cigars, Tobaecoa aid Smeiwa XxiUim,
Sold at Lowest Market RatSa.
FRUITS. CANDIES, NOTIOH&fto.