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THE DAILY ASTOI11AN, ASTORIA TUESDAY MORNING, JULY .18.' 1893
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AoTOtllA.. OREGON i
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TttsH of Babserlptloi.
Sorted oy Carrier, per week U t
Kw iwr iiutiith...m ........ w cut
!tut bj MM, P ei " 7.
iut by mill, per fear, W 00 tn advance
r re pontile to suutcriuers.
til A obiaw guarantem to iia advertisers
lurnwd circuliiliou of any iiii' V"
iiu UieOohiinuiit wver.
Portland, July 17--For Oregon and
Washington: Continued iair weainer.
Local weather for the twenty-four
Hours ending at 5 "p. m., yesterday,
furnished by the U. S. Pepartment ot
A-leulture, weather bureau.
Maximum temperature, 66 deErees.
. Minimum temperature. CI degrees..
Total precipitation! from July lt.
1893, to date, .49 Inch.
Deficiency of precipitation from July
1st, 1893, to date, .09 Inch-
The experience of scientific men In
Europe with the cholera last year has
done much to divest the Asiatic pesti
lence fif lt terrors. That the disease
may bo stamped out Is an established
fact. A tho season progresses, the
evidence accumulates that with courage
and science, tho cholera may be limited
so as to be less harmful than many
other troubles that have far less cele
brity. The Hamburg experience was
that the cholera could not bo absorbed
or breathed. It is not In the air, and
Is not propagated by contact. It must
be eaten that 1, taken into the stom-ach.-nd
It Is tho reward of undeanll
ness. Dr. Walter Kempster, who has
been abroad studying cholera for the
tlnlttd States government, particularly
with reference to prevention, ho given
Informally Important testimony- He
say the prevention Is "not a theory,
but an absolute scientific certainty,"
and that "there is the history of the
epidemic last winter in the Insane
asylum ot Halle. More than 1,000 cases
'had broken out when Prof. Koch was
put In control. The place was reeking
with It- He quarantined the building
absolutely, and then struck at the ori
gin of the trouble. In twelve days he
turned the asylum Inside out, reno
vated all the draining and water sys
tem, end stamped the cholera out with
both feet- I had the pleasure of seeing
him do It"
Sclentlfio physicians knoiV Just how
to do it; and, as every physb.'an who
worked In the hospitals of Hamburg
escaped the disease, It is demonstrated
once more that tho precautions tht nre
well known to keep the gems out of
tho stomach are sufficient. The Doctor
gives thl striking Illustration of Ihc
potency of precautions:
"A house In Hamburg was burred
from the outside world during the
plaguei All provisions wars taken In
on a hooked pole, the food cooked nt
once, and the wrappings burned. All
Inmates In the house escaped safely,
although men were dropping down and
dying In the streets outside.''
With the experience ot Europe, to
guide our medical men, It certain the
cholera may be restricted to narrow
limits; and that, .f there ur destruct
ive outbreak ihey will be the r.sult
ot well-understood violations of famil
iar laws of heilth an I sanltavy regu
lations. Warants for tho arrest of ex-Custom
inspectors Mnvllle and Kearney,
Indicted by tho United Slntes grand
Jury for alleged connection with smug
gling, were received by Sheriff Smith
yesterday. Tho former Immediately
furnished bonds, but Kearney s in
Albany. The Impression is pretty
generally throughout the city that nei
ther of the ex-inspoctors was criminally
negligent while in ofllee, and that
the outcome ot tho trlnls will be prompt
The "long time between drinks" s
apt to have a new and, to tho convivial
Inhabitants, a Bud application n one of
the Carollnas, since the decision' of
Judgo Hudson of the South Carolina
Circuit Court that tho state dispensary
Mr Is unconstitutional, for tho stalo
For the Next Thirty Days,
To moot imperative demands, I will
offer at such low prices on install
ments, with easy payments, thntv.
has declared that no drink Is "leV
unless taken from the official Palmstco
flask. The governor of North CjucIUui
will have to think elone for a while,
until th! .'.angle about tangle-foot is
THEY NEVER FAIL.
J. N. Harrla, 3 Fulton Market, New
York City, says:
"I have been using Brandreth's rills
for the last fifteen years. There is
'nothing! equal to them as Blood Puri
fiers a"d Liver Regulators. Hut I wlh
to state how remarkably they cure
rheumatism, and how easily; I was af
fected by rheumatism in the legs. My
business (wholesale fish dealer) nat
urally leads me to damp places. I
could not walk, and at night I suffered
fearfully; I tried Balsams, Sarsaparlllos
and all kinds of tinctures, but they did
me no good and I was afraid of being
a cripple. I finally commenced using
Brandreth's Pills, i took two every
night for ten nights, then I began to
improve. I continued taking them for
forty days and I got entirely well.
Now, whenever sick, I take Bran
dreth's Pills. They never fall.
t -. i
R. W, Kuykendall, the leading under
taker, having completed arrangements
to purchase goods direct from the fac
tories, regardless of middle men, has
made a great reduction In the cost of
i fi.OO Coffins reduced to $ 3.00
8.00 Coffins reduced to 5.00
25.00 Collins reduced to 18.00
30.00 Collins or cnsKets re'd to 2.r,.00
40.00 Collins or caskets re'd to 30.00
00.00 Cofllns or ciiHkets re'd to 40.00
75.00 Caskets reduced to.... C0.00
12B.00 Caskets reduced to .... 75.00
SPECIAL CASH DISCOUNTS.
Welch Block, 718 Wutor St., Astoria,
All persons having claims against 1
tho estate of P. W. Larsen, deceased, i
are requested to present tnem to me
at the office of J. Q. A. Bowlby In As-
torla, Oregon, within nix months from
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. !
In the matter of the estate of Sarah !
E. Coffman. deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that the un-
derslgned has been appointed by the
n.nntir r'f,,,r nt f'lntmm fnnntv Orn-
, , . " ; -" .;'; my heart ami siomacu jor yeu, muwi.."
gon, administrator of the estate of Sa- ' , , , . conf,nea to mv bed.
Cortman, deceased. . i
All persons having
suld estate will present them to me at
my office In Astoria, Oregon, auiy au
thenticated within six months from this
W. W. PARKER.
A. R. Kanaga, Attorney for adminis
Dated at Astoria, Oregon, April 4th,
FOR OVER FIFTY TEARS
Mrs. WIn8lows Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child; softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind chollc, and
Is the best remedy ror diarrnoea. Twenty-five
cents a bottle. Sold by all drug
gists throughout the world.
HurklPU'i Aruleiv Kslvv
The best Balve In the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, pleers, salt rheum, fever
gores, tetter, chapped hands, chllulaliuv
eorns, and all skin eruptions, and positive
ly cures piles, or no pay required. It
Is guaraiuoea to Rive perien buuhiuv-
tion or money refunded, l'rlce & cents
per box. For sale by cnas. jiogers, suc
vssor to J. C. Dement.
Notice Is hereby clven that I have
been appointed administrator of tho es
tate of James P. Metx, decensed. Ail
persons Indebted to said estate, are no
tified to pay the same to mo, at Astoria,
Oregon, forthwith; and all persons hav
ing claims against said estate, are
hereby notified to present the same to
me, nt the above place, within six
months from the date hereof.
JAMES W. HARE.
Administrator of tho above estate,
imttnl at Astoria, Oregon, this 7th,
day of July, 1S93.
BIDS FOR WOOD.
Notice Is hereby given that scaled
proposals will be received by II. B.
Ferguson, clerk of School District No.
J, of Clatsop county, Oregon, until July
19, 1S93, ut 1 o'clock p. in., for the
purchase of 2S0 cords, or over, of
wood. Wood to he of good fir, cut from
The right to reject any nnd an mas
Is hereby reserved.
Bv order Board of Directors.
II. B. FEROUSON,
Dated Astoria, July 0, 1S93.
A Million Krii-mls.
A friend In need is a friend indeed.
nnd not loss than one million people
have found sun a friend In Dr. KIiik's
New Discovery for consumption, colds,
nnd coughs. If you have never used
this great eougl medicine, one trial will
convince you th It has wonderful cur
ative powers in ll diseases of throat,
chest and lungs. Each bottlo Is guar
anteed to do all that Is claimed or money
will be refunded. Trial bottle free at
Charles Rogers' drug store. Large bot
tles 50c nnd 11-00.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latent U. S. Gov't Report
YOU CAN HAVE A H0BIE IN HILL'S" FIRST ADDITION.
YOU SHOULD READ THIS.
Th6 popularity of the Union Pacific is
best lctcriiilned by the superior service it
acfo'i'. the traveling public in main
fa ill." to "a"? through trains to
Omuhu at, Paul, Chicago and points east,
thoroughly equipped with all tne latest
aDPance fur the comfort and safety of
its patrons besides shortening the distance
materially with Its fast trains. The pres
ent train schedule enables passengers to
reach St. Puul seven hours quicker and
Chicago -twenty-four hours quicker.
Omaha ad Kansas City and Intermediate
points, forty hours quicker than any line
from Hie r'aeille Northwest.
Patronize the Northern Pacific railroad
if you are Klng Kant. Low rates of fare,
through tickets, baggage cheeked to dcstl
natl.m. All purchasers ot second class
tickets can stop over at Portland. Rates
of fare name as from Portland.
If you have Trlcnds in Europe whose
you wlsh t0 Pre'mv to Astoria,
call at the Northern Pacific offlce.steamer
Telephone clo.-k, and make known your
wants. Induced rates via all the lead
ing wrainshlp lines.
Handley & Hans, 130 First streot. Port
land, have on sale the Dally Astorlan,
so that visitors need not miss their
morn!:: pap'.r when they are here.
A recent New York dispatch reads:
"James C. II , a fine looking and
apparently healthy man, was observed to
staler while walking on Fifth Avenue this
afternoon, and after taking one or two un
certain steps fell to the sidewalk. When
picked up ho was dead. A physician ex
amined the boly ,and pronounced heartdisease
the cause of death. A peculiarly sad feature
of the case is that Mr. H -was on liia
way to Maine, to scttlo in the home of his
boyhood. He had passed the previous ten
yeiirs in l !io western mining country, and had
amassed u furtunc. If YOU haveany of the
symptoms given in tho foliowingtcstimomals
you should lose no time in seeking relief.
From John L. Roberts, Slatington, Fa.:
"I have suilercd with palpitation, irregular
rndtf. fainlina and smothenna ipelli, pain in
shoulders, side, and arms for r orty yM;
I' or twelve years nave wen
avail oy prominent pnyoiuiuuo m y v.6..
borhood and in New York. Growing con-
etnutly worse, smothering spells iolloweu one
another, so my uie was oiieu iu uuuger mm
I needed constant care. As my son had been
cured by Dr. Mild New Heart Cure, he sent
hntt.W The first dose eave me
instant relief. Before using the last bottle
was completely cured. Although scventy-
live years old I feel twenty years younger.
r i.:i!m mv cure to be almost a miracle."
.J ... -. r T 1 T- I
Here is a letter lrom .Mrs. donn joigw,
,,f Cleveland, O.: "I had been troubled with
. , . i. r k..
" , . . . . . . , ih. .;, bllt
i""1 ,XM" ul .
noneoflliem could benefit the weakness of my
lieiirt. I also had dropsy and rheumatism.
I never took medicine that relieved me at
once ns Dr. Miki New Heart Cure does. I
am much stronger. My appetite is splendid.
I gain strength with every dose. I liavo
gained moro in six week's from your treat
ment than in sixteen months from all the
" Dr. Mill s' New Cure for the Heart is sold
on a positive 'guarantee by all druggists.
It is safe, ((feet ire, aqreeithle, and does cure."
Dr. Miies Medical Co., Klkhart, Ind.
when they see it. That's why
Bright Housekeepers usb
the New Shortening, in place
of lard. That's why Phy
sicians RECOMMEND '
the Healthful Shortening, in
place of lard. That's why
cooking Experts Endorse
the use of
the Vegetable Shortening, in
stead of lard, and that's why
instead of selling lard.
Watch the name. Get
Cottolene. Accept no
" something else,"
REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES.
N. K. FAIRBANKS CO.,
ST. LOUiS and '
CHICAGO, NEW YORK,
Can avail himself of tin" 1 golden opportunity.
LOTS IN THIS CHOICE ADDITION FOR $75 EACH,
AT $5 DOWN ON BOND, AND $5 PER MONTH.
W -. IN CHILDREN
For over two years my little girl's iife
was mademiserableby a case of Catarrh.
The discharge from the nose was large,' '
constant and very offensive. Her eyes
became inflamed, t'13 lids swollen and
very painful. After trying various reme
dies, 1 fjave "erpfThe first hot- -tie
seemed to igfi&J aggravate the
discise, but the symptoms soon abated,
and in a short time she was cured.
On. L. 13. Ritchey, Mackey, Ind.
Our book nn Wood anil Bkln Diseases uiailed
free. Swot tii'Euiriu Co., Atlanta, Cia.
A New Remedy
A true Specific a positive anJ permanent elimination
of all poison from the blood, and a restoration of heilthy
vigor to the tissues is oflcred to sufferers for the first time
in a remedy which has been undergoing the most severe
private exjieriinents for the past three years. It has not
yet failed, and it will not fail, as it is a True Hpci'lHu
for Syphilitic poison and all blood diseases. Ito you be.
lieve ut Send for full particulars and proof free. Stop
lilling your system with mercury nnd other poisons.
This remedy will cure you in 30 to 00 days without fail.
SVu KUiimntee a cure or refund tho money.
MOFFAT CHEMICAL CO.,
'To Ti rat Street I'OKTLANlt, Olty
L " y
G. A. STIHSON & CO..
Ship and Cannerv work, Jloiwwioeiiii;, W ng'
om made and repaired, (iom work i:iiinirrd
Oil (iass street, opposite liif . Talk
CARPJAHAPJ -& CO
iici'i.sp..rs in I. W.Ciisc, Importer and
Whidi'tiiilv mid UcUil dealur in
Cor. Hccond and ('an Street,
IncnndCfioeiit. all iiinlit. . . . $1.50
' 12oVlotk... 1.00
10 " ... 75
For particulars inquire of nny member
of the linn or nt the "InYo. foot of Con
comly St.. West Hkokk Mills Co.,
T. O. Trullinger, President.
Seaside Saw Mill.
A complete stiitik u( lumber on liantl In the
roim'li or dressed. Flo iriiu. Kn.stio, Celling,
and all kinds of tlnisli; Moi-Miitrn and Hhiii.
gles; tileo Bracket W ork done to order Terms
rensoiiiilile and priees at hod rock All orders
promptly gtteiided to. Olllce nnd ynrd nt mill.
II, 1". L. LOGAN, Tropr,
ROSS, HICCIN Sl CQ.
butchers - and - (Ir.ocers,
Astoria and Upper Abtorln.
Fitio Teas and Cull es, Tiiblo Delli-Rcis,
Domestic and Truplniil Fruits, Vejjeui
tili'", suyiir euroil limns, buc.n.elc.
CHOICE FRfcSH & SALT MEATS
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to and by virtue of the order of the
honorable county court of the state of
Orteffon for the county of Marion, duly
mado'and entered of record by said
court on the 28th day, February, 1893,
tho undersigned administrator of the
estate of W. J. Herron deceased, will
on the 1st day of July, 1893, at the
hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said date at
the front door of the court house, in
tho city of Astoria, in the county of
Clatsop, in Bald state, sfcll at public sale
to the hlgtest bidder for cash, theol
lowlng described real estate belonging
to the estate of said deceased, to wit:
Lots numbered nine (9) ten (10) eleven
(11) nnd twvlve (12), tn block number
one hundred nnd thirty-eight (138), In
town (now city) of Astoria, as laid out
nnd mapped and recorded by John M.
Shlvely, in Clatsop county, Oregon.
Dated May 29, 1893.
J. J. SIIAW,
Administrator of the Estate of W. J.
In tho Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Clatsop.
Ii. N. Carnahan plaintiff vs. F. J.
Ky virtue of an execution and order
of sale issued out of and under tho
-seal of the above entitled court In the
abovo entitled cause on the 25th day
of May, 1S93, upon a judgment duly
made and rendered therein on the 22d
day of May, 1S93, which said execution
and order of sale was to me directed
and delivered, I did on the 6th day of
June, 1S93. levy upon all the right, title,
claim and interest of the within named
defendant in and to the following des
cribed real estate, to-wlt: Block forty-live
(45), and the west one-half of
block forty-seven (47), of the part of
tlDner Astoria as laid out and recorded
by John Adair in Clatsop county, Or-.
egon, and I shall on Monday, tne lum
day of July, A. D., 1893, at the hour of
10 o'clock a. m., of said day inTront of
the county court house door, in the
city of Astoria, In said county and
state, proceed to sell the same or so
much thereof as shall be sufficient to
satisfy the sum of $151.40 with interest
thereon at the rate of 10 per cent, per
annum from April 27, 1893, and the
further sum of $22.15 costs and dis
bursements and the aocrulng costs on
this suit, at public auction to the high
est btdder for cash in hand In United
States gold coin at time of sale.'
H. A.- SMITH.
Sheriff of Clatsop County, Or.
Dated Astoria, Or., June 6, 1893.
Ripans Tabules act gently
but promptly upon the liver,
stomach and intestines; cure
habitual constipation, dispel
colds, headaches and fevers.
One tabule taken at the first
.symptom of indigestion, billi
ousness, dizziness, distress
after eating, or depression of
spirits, will remove the whole
difficulty in a few minutes.
Ripans Tabules are com
pounded from a prescription
widely endorsed by the high
est medical authorities and are
presented in a form that is be
coming the fashion with phy
sicians and patients every
One Box (Six Vials) Seventy-five Cents.
One I'ack.ige (Four lioxes) I wo Dollars.
Ripans Tabules may be ob
tained of nearest druggist; or
by mail on receipt of price.
For free sample atldrcst
RIPANS CHEMICAL CO.
CLATSOP LAND CO.
Incorporated with $25,000 Cupltul Stock.
Heal Kstnt nnd Insurance Brokers, Notary
Public nnd Luiiviivmi ers. Kueciul ulteutiou
paid to rents, payment of taxes, etc., .'or non
texldoiits Sole agents. lor ftimli Astoriil, I'ros
peclfaiK, Ht.nili.i li Park nnd Owen's Addition,
also bem Heaside. business and Inside property
and choice acreage. 474 1 Mini sr., Asiona.
HUGHES & CO.,
Wbolesale and Retail
Inihi teisol All hrauusoi Forelgu und Domed
tie Wiiii-9. Lluuors and Clears.
J. it. t!nttei WtilsaiesHiecialty. Vai lilntz
hutiifU tvor. Ktuest uramis ni tiy west mic.
Liquors tor Medicinal Purpnans.
Kantlly I'rado Solicited All onlers fr" cli
Oily and Country proi"-',iy filled.
KiiiiHtnoque 8tr.i-t , Aatorlh. t)n-tii
i- n. c5 usr, 00.,
Leaves Astoria dally at 7:30 a. m. for llwaco
chlhiiK at Tansy Point, and connecting with
ranruau running niiriii auua. 111, ami wnu
boaU on shoalwatttr tiiiv for
South Bend, Suimhliic, North Core
And oilier points tbroiiKh t Bray's liar
bor. Ueturnlnii counecis at Iiwaco with
s earners tor Asturaand NtKht KoatN for
JOHN It GOULTER. L. A. LOOMIH.
U. V. EtiUMtr, RuiieilnUindei.t.
PORTLAND AMD ASTORIA.
Leaves Astoria Every oveiiltip except Bnlur
dav hi 7 r. 111.
Arilvcsut Astmla Everyday except Sunday
at t p. in .
Leaves Portland Kven.- nay except fiundny
at 7 a. in. . r. w. miimi, akimii, AnoriM.
if. A. SKKi.tY, CMieral Ageul, i'oriland Or.
nn: ',101 ,ii-!;iii,!n;i;s.
TlIKl.t WORKS ANP liKMCS,
REV. STEPHEN D. PEET, Ph. D..
kp:tok of amkrican antiquarian,
Author of Anlmnl Emp;les and Emblematic
Thte i.nnt trenls of the Monntl-bnlldeni: then
occupation. 1110 'es of life, rell.'lon systems,
.11 ..l..t..u nttrlv nilirifll.i.,IIH.
The work rontiilns descriptions of tho earth
works of all classes. The-classification of the
nionuds Is nind accordinft to "tnelr uses,
whether as villaeo n'sldcnccs, as defenses, as
religious structures, or as sacrillclal or burial
PTho8'work contains many Illustrations and
descriptions of Mound-builders' relics, es
pecially pipes and pottery.
The value of the bonk is that It contains
eomprehenslTO view of the whole field, and
Bives infonr.utlnn about the mounds i.nd relics
of .11 stales and districts. It is one of a scries
which i devoted to pre-hlstoric America, and
perhaps would be regarded as tho most Inter
CSThoB JtUhOT MHcU subscriptions. 'Orders can
be sent to tho publishing house, 15 Wabasb
avenue. ChloaRO, or to the author at Avon, 111.
For Thirty - Days - Only
I make this offer. Jess than one milo '
from Astoria Box Factory on Columbia
river. Streets 75 and alleys 20 feet wide.
QUICK TIME TO
ALL POINTS IN CALIFORNIA.
Via the Mt. Shasta Route of the
Southern Pacific onip'y
Ths ZOnly IRout) Through California to )
Points Eut ud South ,
The Secnic Route of the Pacific Coast.
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
SECOND-GLASS SLEEPING CARS
Attached to express trains, affoidlnf: sup?rior
ucconiinodHtlons for second-cluss passengers.
1'or rates, tickets, sleeplnir car reservations
etc., cull upon or address F. P. KOfiKltS, Assist
jut Oeneral Krelttbt and PasseiiKer AKCiit. Port
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CONNECTING WITH AM. 7 It ANSCO.NTIN
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The EXPRESS TIIAINS eonM?t tl VKSTf
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For Speed, Comfort andg Safely
this Line is Unequaled.
Tickets on sale at all prominent railw
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