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VOL. XXIX, NO. 41.
ASTORIA, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, J 887.
PRICE blYE CENTS.
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TOHX II. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office, Room l and 5. o er City Rook Stoie.
ATTORNEY AT I AW.
flue In Kinney'a Block, opposite City
I lull, Astoria, Oregon.
( W. FULTON. O. C KUITOX
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
UuomsSand c.Odd Fellows Building.
p B. THOMSON.
Attorney at Law and Notary Public.
.Special attention Riven to practice in the
II. S. Land Office, and the examination of
land titles. A full set of Abstract Books for
Clatsop County in office.
Money to loan. ,
Offick Rooms 4 and 5, over City Book
T tfc. A. BOXVIiXJY.
ltrorney and Counsellor at Iiaw
office on Chenamus Street, Astoria, Oregon
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Booms No. ll and 12, Pythian Castle Bulld
uit. p B. WATSON,
Atty. at Law and Deputy Dist. Atty.
All business before the U. S. Land Office a
Astoria, - - Oreook.
T C.HIXK.L.EY, I. I). S.
Is associated with OB. IiA FOKCL,
Rooms 11 and 12 Odd Fellows Building,
ASTORIA, .... OREGON.
1W. It. OWENS ADAIR.
Office and residence cor. Court and Olney
streets. (Mrs. 1). K. 'Warren's former resi
dence.) Speelal Attention Riven to Women's Dis
eases and Diseases of Kyo and Ear.
Office Hours 10 to 12, 2 to i.
IK8. A. I,. AND .T. A. FULTON.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office on Cass street, three doors ninth of
odd Fellow's building.
Telephone No. 41.
TOTTLE, 3f. I.
nSieiAN AMD SUKUEOH
o frcs Rooms 6 Pythian Building
KKaroKycE On Cedar Street, back ol
at. M.iry's Hosultal.
It. O. B. ESTES.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
:fkice : Gem Building, upstairs, Astoria,
PVR. ALFKKD K1NNEV.
Office at Kinney's Cannery.
Will only attend patients at his office, and
may be found there at any hour.
IR. FRANK PAE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Opposite Telegraph Office, Astoria. Oregon.
ELO F. PARKKIt,
SURVEYOR OF CLATSOP COUNTY
Ibc-Clty Surveyor of Astoria
Hnce : N. E. corner Cass and Astor streets,
Koora No. 8 Up Stairs.
Robt, Collier, Deputy,
Rooms In Allen's Building, up stairs, cor
ner Cass and Squemoqua streets. Astoria
Rooms 1 and 2 Pythian Building over
C. H. Cooper's Store.
A good fit guaranteed. Charges Moderate.
Agent for the Celebrated Household Sewing
Machine. Shop opposite C. H. Cooper's.
Elmore, Sanborn & Co.
Representing the Largest and Most Relia
ble Fire Insurance Companies.
All Business promptlyand accurately tnin
acted. FlavelsWliarf, - Astoria Oregon.
Liverpool & London & Globe. North British
and Mercantile of London and Edinburgh.
Hartford of Connecticut. Commercial of
California Agricultural, of Watertown, pw
York, ionaon et XAncasmre oi Liverpool,
Ens.. Fire Insurance Companies, Represent
In a capital of $87,000,000.
B. VAjfr OUSEN. Ageut.
SADLY MISTAKEN WOMEN-
The Great Cause of Female Unhappi-
nein and JLoas of Attractiveness
The question is often asked, why
are the "women of to-day so 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 li e women o l
America at this
verj moment it is
This Is no idle as
sertion it is the
terrible truth. We
will cite a case in
L. Nicholas, resid-
ding at Phenix, 11.
mes. Nicholas. 1., 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. Her 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.
Ihere came a day, however, when
she was forced to do so. We give the
rest in licr cwn words. In convers
ing with the writer she said :
" 1 cannot describe how sich I was,
I had sharp pains shooting through
my chest; it was almost impossible
to drawa single breath, and my limbs
were swollen almost to bursting. I
consulted three doctors, two of whom
aammeu mat mey
could not cure me,
"while the third pro
nounced 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
monms l was un
able to lie down,'
and could onlv
Bleep in my cnair. bestored.
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, lie 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, Iltint'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 health, and I wish I had the
power to induce
those who are
suffering, and so
many are to-day,
to use the means
I so successfully
empiuyeu. j. i
well and strong
it would be a
grand thing for
the nation, and
save untold suf
fering which is
female .misery, now being 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" Boon pass away but
they do not. These are followed by
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 a warning to all who read
her earnest words not to delay, but
to use the best of all known means
for preserving or restoring health be
fore it is too late.
stimulate the torpid lircr, strengthen
the digestive organs, regulate the bow
els, and are un equaled as an
In malarial districts their virtues aro
trldely recognized, as they possess
in freeing- the system from that poison.
Dose small. Elegantly sugar coated.
Price, 25 cents per box.
Office, 4A Mnrrfty St, tf.JST.
ig - tp'
Napoleon claimed that with the
command of the straits of Dover
for twenty-four hours he could de
stroy the British empire. "With
this view he caused an immense
army and flotilla to be assembled
at Boulogne and the neighboring
ports and he ordered the French
fleet to advance on the British
channel, but with the decisive bat
tle of Trafalgar all his hopes in
that direction were scattered to
the winds. Numerous pamphlets
have been written in later years
that claim that owing to the intro
duction of steam and improved
ordnance it would be far easier
now a-days for the French to ef
fect a landing on the English
shorce if they could only break
through or evade the British fleet,
which is naturally considered the
first and main line of the defense.
The recent brilliant maneuvers of
admiral Fremautle in eluding ad
miral Hewitt's far superior forces
and gaining access to the Thames
and Mersey have not been fully
reported by telegraph, but the
circumstances must have produced
the greatest consternation in Brit
ish naval and military circles.
From the meager reports it would
appear that Fremantle started
from Falmouth and passed the
straits or Dover in the night time
without being discovered by the
large fleet gathered around Dover
under Hewitt's command. If this
should be the case there must have
been some terrible blundering on
the partof the defense, as thestraits
are a mere twenty miles across,
and that space ought to have been
heavily patroled by the numerous
fleet of torpedo boats that were at
tached to the command. As it
was, by the dawn of day Freman
tle had command of the Thames
and would have ransomed London
and destroyed the famous arsenal
of Woolwich before Hewitt made
his appearanco and captured the
small attacking fleet. In such a
case, with another small fleet at
Cherbourg and a sufficiency of
light transports, a hundred thou
sand French troops might have
been lauded on England's south
coast within twenty-four hours.
Gould Carry a Cow.
"One of the most remarkal.lolu
stances of physical training tin:- 1
ever knew occurred m Pike coun
ty," says a contributor to the Grif
fin, Ga., ynrji. "There was a
farmer who was a friend of mine
near Hollonville, who owned a
very fine cow which had a most
promising heifer call. The cow
died while the calf was very
young, and the calf, us the saying
goes, had to be raised by hand,
and, of coutse, as the farmer's
wife Hook a hand' in its nurture
and admonition, when the heifer
grew to maturity, 'she was a
daisy.' But let me go back to
the subject of physical training.
While the poor little orphan heifer
was passing through its first stages
of grief for the irreparable loss of
her kind and tender mother, she
would seek sympathy from every
source, and earty every morning
when my farmer friend would rise
to feed his stock the little orphan
would meet him at the door as ho
came out and rub up against him
and hold up her little black nose
to be caressed, and the farmer,
touched bv these demonstrations
of affection, and being a kind
hearted man, he overflowed
with sympathy for the mother
less calf, and with tears in his eyes
he took it up under his arm and
carried it with him to the lot and
led the stock, and then would car
ry the calf back to the house. In
the meantime the farmer's wife
had prepared food for the calf, and
then would feed it. Every morn
ing this was repeated until it be
came a confirmed habit of the
farmer to carry the calf to the lot
and then back to the house to be
fed, and it became a part of the
calfs existence, and it would not
cat at all without this treatment.
And thus it went on; years passed,
and the heifer grew to be a large
cow weighing 800 pounds, and her
growth was so gradual that it was
imperceptible to the fanner, as he
had accustomed himself to carry
the daily increasing weight, and it
had never occurred to him that
there was any more effort neces
sary to carry the full-grown cow
than there W-is to carry her a little,
motherless, orphan heifer. Yet,
strange to say, that if the farmer
was called on to raise a weight of
200 pounds he couiu not do it, but
an 800-pound cow was an easy
load, simply because his physical
training was in that line."
A Wonderful Pish.
Under this caption the Sailor's
Magazine for August tells of a
fish found in Uoose .Lake, Uregon,
which fills itself with air until it
becomes a round ball and in this
shape it goes bobbing about on
the surface ot the water like an
animated soap bubble. Several
weeks ago, says the veracious nar
rator, a hunter saw a crane swal
low one of these fish when in its
normal condition, but before the
crane had erot more than fifty feet
up above the lake the fish had
taken enough air to explode the
crane, which blew uo and burst
into atoms with a report as loud
as a gun. The hsh came lightly
down on the water, no worse off
for its short ride in the air.
This vara, savs the jiraus. is
something like the port admiral
used to smn about a famous kind
of bread which is made in the Gre
cian archipelago, of flour made
like that of which maccarroni is
made. It is baked in tin wafers,
as hard as flint. When it is to be
used a biscuit is dipped in boiling
water till soft, then a ouill is in
serted in the edge and a loaf of
bread is blown up, which is the
best in the world, healthv and
nourishing. On one occasion the
cook nut some of this bread in a
duff and tied the string of the duff
bag too tight. The pudding ex
ploded, takimr off the roof of the
galley and knocking the pots to
pieces. A piece of the pot lid
hit the cook in the eye and blind
ed him for life.
Old Ben Davis lived alone in a
West Virginia wilderness, and
some one passed by a few davs
ago and told him he had been left
a fortune of U0,000 in England.
Next day some one went to look
for him and found him hanging to
mOM THE DISTKICT ATTORNEY
OF WKSTCHESTEK CO.,
White Plains N. Y., J
April 10, 188G. S .
I have received many letters in
reference to my testimonial, lately
published, commending Alixjock's
I cannot spare the time to answer
them in writing, therefore ,would
again say through the press, that
I have found Allcock's Porus
Plasters invaluable as chest protect
ors and shields against coughs and
colds. Furthermore, I have found
Allcock's Plasters unequaled for
pains in side, back and chest.
Nelson H. Baker.
Tn a shooting match at Lynch
burg, Va., August 3, English
rules, Dr. Carver broke the world's
record, killing fifty pigeons, mak
ing a clean score.
Is paiticularly favorable to the contrac
tion of Diphtheria. Heed the warning
and use Darbys Prophylactic Fluid. It
at once allays the inflammation of the
throat, subdues the pain and gives per
manent relief. It promptly and effectu
ally destroj-s all contagion and dipther
Itic germs. It is a safeguard against
Diphtheria, and should he used on the
first symptoms oi sore throat as a
The estimated horse power of
Niagara Falls is 3,000,000, or 50
per cent, more than all the rest of
the utilized horse power of the
Kr V rvVvV Always have
v l Ackers Baby
boothcr at hand, it is the only safe
medicine yet made that will remove
all infantilo disorders. It contains no
Opium or Morphine, but gives the child
natural case from pain. Price 25 cents.
J. W. Conn.
A curious piece of business has
been developed by searching in
the statistics of our foreign trade.
We sell more sewing machines in
Switzerland than we do in Chili.
And Switzerland sells more sew
ing machines in Chili than she
buys of us.
Bucklea's Arnica Salrc.
TnE Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sore3, Ulcers, SaltRheum,
Fever Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
Berfect satisfaction, or money refunded,
rice 25 cents per box. For sale by W.
For all Diseases of the
Liver, Sidneys, Stomach and Splera.
This purely vegetable pre-
- juration, now so celebrated as a
Family Medicine, originated in
the South in 1828. It acts
gently oa the Bowels and "
Kidneys and corrects the
action of the Lirer, and is, there
fore, the best preparatory
medicine, whatever the sick
ness may prove to be. In all
common diseases it will, un
assisted by any other medi
cine, effect a speedy euro.
The Seculator is safe to administer In any
condition of the system, and under no circum
stances can it do harm. It will invigorate
like x glass of wins, but is no intoxicating bever
age to lead to intemperance: will promote dl-
VAfftfnn. rltaatnaf a ftAi)a.1ia .....I a..-
ally tone up ike system. The dose u small.
uut ummawiimi ana its virtues unaouotca.
No loss of time, no Inter
ruption or stoppage of
business while taking the
Children complaining of
Colic, Headache, or Sick
Stomach, a teaspoocful or
more will give relict
- If taken occasionally by pa
tients exposed to MALARIA,
will expel the poison and protect
them from attack.
A PHYSICIAN'S OPINION.
I hare been practicing medicine for twenty years,
and have never been able to put up a vegetable
compound that would. like Simmons Liver Regu
lator, promptly and effectively move the. Liver to
action, and at the same time aid (instead of weak,
ening) the digestive and assimilative powers of the
system. L. M. Hiktoh, M. D. .Washington, Ark.
SEE THAT YOU GET THE CEXTJTNE.
J. H. Zeilin & Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
SHOUT HAND fir TYPE WRITING
pay both young men and ladles muh better
salaries than most commercial positions,
and the demand is greater. Students can
be fitted for office short-baud positions
IN THREE MONTHS' TIME
by Haven's system. No previous knowledge
of either art required. Colleges open all the
year. Students can enter any time, all
tuition being individual. Superior facili
ties for procu-inK situations, for which aid
we make no charge. College pamphlets
with full set self-teaching lessons In either
art sent to any address for 10 cts. ; both arts,
20 eta. No stamps accepted. Address either
of Haven's Colleges : New York. N. Y. ;
Philadelphia, Ta. ; Chicago, 111. ; Cincinnati,
O. ; San Francisco, Cal,
The Astor House
J. C. ROSS, Proprietor.
A Large, Clean, Sunny House.
First Class in all its Appointments.
Well fitruisned and well kept.
ICntrs from 81 a Tay Upward.
Free Coach to and from the House
Board by the day week or month.
Corner Jefferson, and Olney Street?. As
O . -EL o m
Pirst Class Undertaking
New.Styles, Caskets and funeral material.
Next to Astohiax office.
Wilson & Fisher
HEAVY AND SHELF
Paints, Oils, and Varnish.
SALEM PATENT ROLLER MILLS,
Portland Boiler Mills,
BOOTS AND SE0ES!
Of Best Quality, and at
SIGN OF THEJOLDEN SHOE.
I, L OSGOOD'S
One PriceCash Store.
Save Money by Purchasing Your
Clothing, Underwear. Hosiery, Shirts,
Neckwear, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs. Gloves,
Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises,
AT A ONE PBICE 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 ycu to help Pay.
My Goo'ds are all entirely naw. aud were bought directly from the Manu
facturers at as low prices as these lines can be purchased, and J am selling them
as low as they are legitimately sold on the PaciGc Coast.
A child can purchase Goods as cheap, and receives the same nropcr attention
and treatment at my counters as the most experienced buyer.
COUNTRY ORDERS FILLED CORRECTLY, AND WITH DISPATCH.
I. L, OSGOOD,
KINNEY'S BBICK BUILDING, ASTORIA, 0BEG0N.
Opposite Bescue Engine House.
Our Immense New
Consisting of 4 CAR I.OADS of fine Artistic and Plain
Furniture, Carpets, 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 advance In freight, the benefits thereof we propose to share with
Call and See Us. CHAS. KEILBORN.
CITY BOOK STORE.
1 1 u 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 r
If you are in need of a Fine Instru
ment, buy the
IT IS THE CHEAPEST AND BEST ORGAN FOR THE MONEY
IN THE WORLD.
You are invited to examine them,
GRIFFIN & REED.
The New Model Range
CAN BE HAD IN ASTORIA, ONLY OF
IS. R. HA WES,
Agent. Call and Examine It; You "Will be Pleased. E. IJ. Haues Is also Agent for the
Buck Patent Cooking Stove,
AND OTHER FIRST CLASS STOVES.
Furnace Work, Steam Fittings, Etc., a Specialty. A Full Stock on Hand
J. H. D. GRAY
Wholesale &nd retail dealer lit.
GROCERIES FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND AND CEMENT.
General Storage and "Wharfage on reason
able terms. Foot 'of Bentoa street. Astoria,
Columbia Transjortatton Coiaiiy.
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
Mtflday, Wednesday and Friday at S A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M.
Returning leaves Portland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
TAn additional trip will be made on SHHdny ef Eack Weeic, leaving Fortlan d
at O'clock Sanaay Hernia. Passengers bj this route connect at Kalama
tor Bound ports. U. B. SCOTT, President,
VirffiniaCIaar anfl Toliacco Store
J. W. BOTTOM, Proprietor,
Water Street, Two Doors East or Olney.
fine Cigars, Tobaccos and Smokers Articles,
Sold at Lowest Market Rates.
FRUITS. CANDIES. NOTIONS.&C.