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THE DAILY ASTORAJN. ASTOUIA, WEDNESDAY MORNINH, JULY 17, 1895
for Infants and Children.
THIRTY years' observation cf Castorla with the patronage of.
million of persons, permit ns o speak of It without guessing.
It Is nnqnestlonably the pest remedy for Infant and Children
the world hag ever known. It Is harmless. Children lite It It
given them health. It wiU save their Uvea. In it Mothers have
romething whloh U absolutely safe and practically perfect as a
Castoria destroys "Worm.
Castorla allayi reverlshness.
Castoria prevent vomiting Sonr Card.
Castoria cures Diarrhoea and Wind Collo.
Castoria relieves Teething Troubles. -- .
Castoria cures Constipation and Flatulency.
Castoria neutralises tho effect of ear honlo add gaa or polaonona air.
Caatorla does not contain morphine, opium, or other narootio propyjy.
Castorla assimilates tha food, regulates the" stomach and towels,
giving healthy and natural sleep.
Castoria is put up In one-size pottle only. It Is not sold in hnllt.
Don't allow riny one to sell yon anything else on the plea or promise)
that It Is "Just as good" and "will answer every purpose.'
See that yon pet OA-S-T-O-R-I-A.
Tho fad -simile
Children Cry for
Seals Steel Dies, Wood & Metal
Society Calling Cards and-Announcements
VV. G. SMITH,
'203 Morrison St., Portland, Or.
What the Gambrlnus Beer Hall tried
to do In selecting their liquors was to
pick out what intelligent people would
want If they knew it as experienced
people should know it. Make a note
of this if you want pure liquors. George
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT will purify.
your blood, clear your complexion, reg
ulate your Bowels, and make your head
clear as a bell. 25 cts., 50 cts., and fl.00.
c .. 1 i -r ttt
The World's Pwf Tests
showed no taking powder
so purs or so rcat in leav
enlng power as the Royal.
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT, the great
Blood purifier, gives tresnness and
clearness to the compii!::io'i and cuies
Constipation, 25 cts.. 50 cts , Jl.OO.
For Sale by J. W. Conn.
Mrs. T. S. Hawkins, Chattanooga,
Tenn,, says, "Shllor's Vltallzer SAVED
MT LIFE.' I consider it tne best rem
edy for a debilitated system I ever
used." For Dyspepsia, Liver or Kid
ney trouble, it excells. Pilve 75 cts.
For Gale by J. W. Conn.
FREEMAN & HOLMES.
.Special attention paid to steamboat re
pairing, first-class horseshoeing, etc.
LOGGING CflJHP ttlORK A SPECIALTY
197 OIney street, between Third and
and Fourth Astoria. Or.
Persons who are subject to diarrhoea
will find a speedy cure in De Witt's Cote
and Cbolera Cure. Use no other. Il
is the beat that can be made or that
money can procure. It leaves the system
In natural condition after Its use. Ws
sell it. Charles Rogers.
PACIFIC COiWjaiSSIOU COMPANY.
Brokers and Commijsion Merchants.
Consignments Solicited of Poultry, Eggs, But!er,
Fruit, Flour, Feed, Grain, etc.
Returns Made Quick.
Goods Sold at Wholesale.
No. 133 Twelfth St. Astoria, Or.
When occasion demands its use, try
De WWfe Witch Hazel Salve. It Is cool
ing to burns, stops pain Instantly,
cleanses, a perfect healer for scalds or
skin eruptions. Always cures piles,
PROVEN A BOON.
Gentlemen; I have always recom
mended Krauae's Headtwne Capsules
wherever I have had a chance. They
have proven a veritable boon in my
fumlly against any and all kinds of
headache. Yours truly.
J. E. WALTER,
For sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria,
Oregon, sole agent.
There Is great danger In neglecting
Colic, Cholera and similar complaints. An
absolutely prompt and safe cure is found
in De Witt's Colic and Cholera Cure.
ROYAL ISaking Powder,
Highest cf all In leavening
Strength. V. S. Government Report.
"Do unto others as you would have
others do unto you," is sympathetically
shown in the following lines, the pre
sumption being that sympathy is barn,
or akin to pain or sorrow:
'Gentlemen : Please send Krause's
Headache Capsules as follows: Two
boxes to Flora Seay, Havanna, N. Dak.
Two boxes to Lillie Wilcox, Brookland,
N. Dak. 1 nave always been a great
sufferer from headache and your Cap
sules are the only tnjng that relieves
me." Yours very truly,
Havana, N. Dak.
For iale by Chas. Vtogers, Astoria.
Or.. Sole Agent.
SHILOH'S CURK, the great Cough
and Croup Cure, is In great demand
pocket size contains twenty-nve dopes
only 25 cents. Children love it- bold
by J. W. Conn.
E. flcNEIL, Receiver.
Pullman and Tourist Sleeper
Free Reclining Chair Cars,
Astoria to 5an Francisco.
State, Wednesday, July 3.
Oregon, Monday, July 8.
State, Saturday, July 13.
Oregon, Thursday, July 18.
State, Tuesday, July 23.
Ortgon, Sunday, July 28.
State, Friday, August 2.
Astoria and Portlnd . Steamers.
The R. R. Thompson leaves Astoria
at 6:43 a. m. daily; leaves Portland at 8
p. m. daily.
The T. J. Potter leaves Astoria at 7 p.
m. dally; leaves Portland at 7 a. m. dully.
On Saturday nights the Thompson will
leave Portland at 10 o clock.
' For rates and general information cull
on or address
C. F. OVERBAUGH,
Commercial Agent, Astoria, Or
W. H. HURLBURT,
(Jen. Pas. Agt, Portland. Or.
A. V. ALLEN,
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies.
Cor, Cass lud Squemoque Streets. Astoria, Ore
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla,
iVhen she was a Child, she cried for Castorla.
When she became Hiss, she clung to Castoria,
. When she bad Children, she gave them Castoria.
IT MAY DO AS MUCH FOR YOU.
Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, 111., write,
that he had a severe kidney troubl
for many years, with severe pains '1
his back, and also that his bladde
was affected. He tried many so-calles
Kidney cures, but without any goo
remits. About a year ago he began us
of Electric Bitters and found relief a
once. Electric Bitters is especiall
adapted to cure all kidney arid live
troubles, and often gives almost in
stant relief. One trial will prove ou
statement. Price, only 50 cents fo
large bottle, at Chas. Rogers' dm
Captain Sweeney. U. S. A San Diego
CaL, says: "BniloYs Catarrh Remedy
Is the first medldne I have ever found
that would to me any good. Price SO
cts. Sold by J. w. Coi.n.
Children Cry for
sill oik hV
Tide Table for July, 1895.
h.m ft.,h m ft
h.m I ft
9 49 5 7
10 03 8 Si
2 0S2 7
3 1218 2
4 15 8 5
12 091 5 91
12 66i6 3!
11 002 8
11 53 2 8
12 4K!2 9
8 3418 0
8 253 9
19' 11 4115 7
10 2W8 4
12 30 6 2
'irii 8 9
1 5S8 6
11 49,0 9
U 22 2 7
Monday . . .
2 50 3 9
AIjONG the water front.
The Manzanltu should arrive in from
the north today.
The Alice Blanchard will ba In port on
Friday from San Franclso.
The steamer Harrison arrived in from
Tillamook yesterday afternoon with ten
tons o dairy produce.
It has been decided to run the Potter
r:ght through to this city on her Satur
day lafternoon trips, making no stops
on the river.
Fish were running very lively again yes
terday and the cannert.es packed on the
average fuHy 700 cases each. The aver
age weight of the salmon was 29 pounds.
Last night the Harrlsun towed the El
more down to the Astoria Iron Works.
The latter steamer will be laid on the
gridiron and thoroughly ciulked in all
The British bark Gulf Stream, Captain
Empken, arrived down the river from
Portland last night in to of the Har
vest Queen. She has aboard 2200 tons
of wheat arod Is bound for Queenstown
for orders. Captain Empken has all his
old crew aboard, and expects to leave
out for sea today.
People along the water front arei ex
pecting a t:g tumble in freight and pas-
Eenger rates to Portland and river points
very soon. Mr. Kamm hue taken the Un
dine off the Vancouver run and Is now
refitting her at the bone yard, prepara
tory to running her to this city. It Is
believed that he will drop the passenger
ticket rate one T-ay to fifty cents on
the start and keep it going.
The Santa Rosa. Democrat says: A
new gasoline schooner, the Four Sisters,
has Just been completed and will make
regular- trips between the Embarcadero
of Sonoma creek and San Francisco.
The vessel ts of- fifty tons burden, and
will be of great service to the farmers
of lower Sonoma valley. Captain Hauto
has long ago taught these people the
advantage of cheap transportation! while
captain of the sloop Gazelle,
There ara now no wooden sailing Bhips
being built in the United States or Can
ada. The last wooden ship built in the
United 6tates was the Aryan, which
Silled from San Francisco on April 21St
last Nf or New York with a general sargo,
She was launched July 13, 1893, from the
yard of Charles V. Mlnott, Phlpstourg,
Me. She is owned by her builders, J.
W. Blwell & Co., New York, and Captain
Vf. 'R. Dickinson Is her commander,-
The first steel sailing vessel ever built
on the great lakes, says an, exchange,
was launched some weeks ago at the
yards of ithe Chicago" Shipbuilding com
pany, on the Calumet river at Chicago.
The new boat Is owned by the Minnesota
Steamship company, and Is named Malta.
The Malta Is 302 feet keel, 320 feet over
40 feet beam, and 24 feet deep. On a
draught of 14 feet it will carry 3,000 tons,
and when the 20-foot channel Is completed
Cts carrying capacity will exceed 4,000
tons. , .
Word was brought to Astorl yesterday
to the effect I'hat the Morgan Oyster Co.,
of San Framisco, heavy stockholders tn
the I. R. & N. Co., and a very wtalthy
firm, had come to the uid ofN President
Lcomis In his fight against Mr. Kamm,
and had bought out completely the claim
of the latter against the Ocean Wavj.
That boat therefore will be run this Bum
ner by the Telephone company as w.is
originally Intended, and will leave Port
land for this city tomorrow morning on
her first trip.
The C. R. & P. S. N. Co. has deter
mined not to run behind in this city for
lack of enterpr.Be, and yesterday Mr. R.
B. Wilson, late traveling freight agent of
the Northern Pacific railroad, bgan work
here as the company's "commercial
agent." Ever since Mr. C. F. Overbuugh
came to Astoria to represent the O. R. &
N. in this capacity, it has been expected
that the Telephone people would follow
suit. They have at length done so and
competition to secure freight wIll,now no
doubt toe livelier than ever.
The American Iron steamer Saturn,
which 'his been running between Pan
ama and this port f.r a year or more,
having completed her engagement with
the Panama Steamship cotnpany, sailed
today for London with a ri'Jxed cargo of
barley and Alaska canned salmon. This
Is the first steamer hence with grain for
Huropa since Felbruary 2-1, li?D3, when the
steamer Bendo left for St. Vincent with
4,882 short tons wheat. The steamer for
Europe previous to the Bedo left h re
September 24, 1891. The steamer Port
Stephens Is now loading a cargo of wheat
here Tor Great Britain. Sai Frar.c sco
Salmon, box lumber and furs, made, up
the freight brought form the north by the
steamer Danube to Victoria Saturday.
When the Danube left the Skeer.a the
sockeye run continued good, but the
spring fish had not yet made Its appear
ance. Of the former the packs reported
are as follows: Inverness, 2,500; Ciarlisle,
2,000; North Pacific, 3,000; B. A. P. Co.,
4,700; Balmoral, 2,500; Cunningham's, 1,800;
Claxton, 2,100, and Standard, 2,000. At
Rivers inlet the trouble between the can
nery managers and the Indian fishermen
cn the matter of wages has been settled
but one day's fishing, however, was lost.
This spring the run here Is exceptionally
good; in fact, at each of the canneries,
other than those mentioned, good catches
are being made. The packs to the date
of the Danube's departure are about as
follows: Lowe Inlet, 2,000; Wannock,
2,000; Royal Inverness cannery, 6,400; Good
Hope, 3,000; Spencer's, Alert Bay, 1,000
cm-.m; and Namur, 600.
The London Times says: "At the recent
meeting of the Indo-China Steam Navi
gation company the president said: "The
war In China had made comparatively
little difference in their trade. The total
result had been exceedingly satisfactory
and If 1896 continued as Ct had commenced
they would certainly have no cause to
be dissatisfied. With regard to the de
struction of the Kowshlng, it might b
thought that, as the Japanese destroyed
that vessel, the latter nhould pay for it,
but that was not the view that was taken
of the nutur, and in making their claim
the directors were acSng under the
d.rectlon of the foreign office la London.
. . . The Japanese uthurlHtS arrested
another of the -company' steamers, ow
ing to .a quantity of carWdges being
found on boaTd the vessel. It was, how
ever, shown conclusively that neither the
company nor the officers of the ship had
the slightest knowledge that any contra
band articles were on board, and the
result of tha trial was that the steamer
was eventually released and returned to
Shanghai. The necessity for making an
Increase to the fleet had been impressed
upon them by the.r agents Cn China. A
dividend at 8 per cent per annum was
The Thompson and Ga'tzert ar still
battling for supremacy and every morn
ing when the boats leave their dockj for
Portland there is little spurt between
them of more or less Interest to onlook
ers. Occasionally It develops Into a
closely contested race right across to
the other side. In the meantime there are
vague rumors of speedy tests of powtr
and occasional spurts when they come to
gether on their way down th- river at
night. In fact it is stated tnat one night
last week the Gatzert's electric dynamo
was shut down In order to save that
much steam for Mie propelling machinery.
The Lurline Is djstlnctly out of it, and
since the Thompson came off the ways
at the bone yard can no longer be con
sidered a rival to her In any way. The
two bigger boats make very nearly an
even run and It is hard to pick one or
ithe other las belong the more, frequent
victor lni these numerous testa of
The Engineering News says: "Ameri
cans may well feel national pride over
the excellent impression made by the
warships of the United States at the
opening of the Baltic canal. That oc
casion brought together the most power
ful fleet of modern war vessels ever
gathered anywhere at any, time. Eight
nat'.ons were represented by fifty-one
warships, with the best and latest models
of each class. Germany alone had four
teen warships in line and England and
Italy each had four. The heaviest and
'fastest battleship belonged to the lat
ter nation, the S'ardegnla, of 13,860 tons
and 19 knots of speed. But while the
United States sent no ships of this class
she was well represented by the Colum
bia, one of the three trlple-ecrew cruisers
of the world, and the fastest cruiser
afloat, with a speed record of 22.8 knots,
and holding the record for the fastest
voyage by a war vessel across the At
lantic. Ira the New York tit's country
divided the honors with the Spanish
(Maria Teresa tor the fastest armored
crulBer afloat, and, according to ex-Secretary
of the United States Navy Gen. B.
F. Tracy, who was present, the con
sensus of opinion was that the New
York wathe best of her "class in the
world, having a heavier battery and be
ing more economical In coal, and thus
having a greater effective radius of ac
tion. Russia had, In the Rurlk, the larg
est armored cruiser afloat, with 10,923
tons, against 8,150 tons for the New York
and 9,000 tons for the English Bknhelm.
But in power and speed these three boats
compared as follows: Blenheim, 20,000 I.
HP., 22 knots; New York, 16,600 I. HP.
and 20 knots, and the Rurlk, 13,558 I. HP.
and 19 knots."
Tha winter of discontent which has of
late been haneinir over the I. R. and N.
Co. has been .made glorious summer by
the return' of President Loomls from San
Francisco with $(,000 to pay off all the
claims of Mr. Jacob Kamm against the
company, and tha first result of the
arrival was that Sheriff Sears, of Port
land, released the steamer Ocean Wave,
wh.ch has been leased to the company
owning the Telephone. She will be put
on the through route to Ilwaco tomor
row. Messrs. Scott, Seeley and Crelgh-
ton are happy to get the Ocean Wave.
Mr. Kamm Is happy to get his money,
and everything Li lovely. Mr. Loomls
says that, owing to the suit of Mr.
Kamm against the I. R. and N. Co.,
people in this state were unwilling to
loan him money to pay Mr. Kamm's
claims which amounted In all to some
thing over $64,000, so he took a run down
to San Frano.sco, and had no difficulty
In getting all the money' he wanted. It
Is believed here that he got It from the
Morgan Oyster Co., of San Francisco,
who are heavy stockholders In h(s com
pany. The Telephone people say that
though Mr. Kamm opposod the leasing
of the' Ocean Wave to them, It will be a
good thing for hlmVbat the agreement
has been carried out. They will honor
his tickets and he will honor theirs, nd
the arrangement means making money
for Mr. Kamm if he, did have- to be
forced into it, The only thing In the
whole business apparently unpleasant to
Mr. Kamm Is the statement that tho
Ocean Wr.ve has made no mon?y for her
owners. This, the accounts show to be
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HAD BEEN LHAlRNmO.
"Dear little motlr!" cald the young
man who had been away from home
for six months as he opened a letter
addressed to him In the well known hand-w.-.
ing of his maternal ancestor, "I wish
she would go out Into the world more and
enjoy herself. Sh., Is such a domestic
littie body. I get all the news now about
the ld?t house cleaning and how the
cat nd the canary are getting along,
and ailX about, having the kitchen
painted and buying new rugs for the
back parlor, and so forth."
Then he opened the tetter 'ancj read:
"Dear Harry: I have Just returned
from seeing a ball game between our col
lege nine and the team frc:m Mlgsville.
Our boys were a'.l clppiej up. Burn
ham had a glass arm, Hawkins was al
most laid up wCth a Charlcy-horsa and
Sp'.cer had a game foot. One of the
stiffs from Hanklnsburg had spiked him
three days before. But U would have
done you good to see how they fell on
that MlggsvJIre pitcher. They pasted h.m
all over the field for six runs In the first
Inning, all of them earned, and 'Trick'
Jackson made one "of the longest bits ever
seen on the grounds. It was a corking
three-bagger, and If Fuddleston hsd been
doing h s duty h the coacher's position
It would have been a home run. In it?
fourth Inning they knocked the Mlggsv.llt
t wirier out of the ibox, etc.
Dr. Price's Cream cz; fQnict
Contain Ammonia or Alum,
AMONG THE CHURCHES
Interesting Sermons at Various
Places of Worship.
ASTORIANS ARE RELIGIOUS
Bat There Is Still Boom for Others
to Join tha Fold-Good
Work Being Done.
On Sabbath evening at the Prejbyttr
lan church the Rev. R. Lkldeil preached
to a fairly good congregation from Rom,
12-17 and Rome 13-13. The discourse was
listened to with the greatest attention
throughout. In his remarks the speaker
said that from the texts quoted, together
with the context, the intention of the
apostle was, on the one hand, to set
forth the tndlspenefble necessity of up
rightness, justice and straightforward
ness In, all our dealings with each other,
freedom from all spec Its of trickery asd
fraud, and acting at all times and under
all circumstances according to correct"
moral principles, In so far as such prin
ciples affect our relations to each other,
And on the ther hand to enforce the im
portance cif living a transparently sin
cere life in, accordance with the prin
ciples of truth and righteousness, which
are understood and consciously realized
as obligatory upon us in view of our re
lationship to God.
The estimatios of thoughtful and right-
minded people of the worth of an honest
man was expressed by Pope when he
said: "An honest man's the noblest worh
It may not be true today that like the
ancient sage, men are In broad daylight
carrying lighted lanterns through the
great thoroughfares searching for honest
men, but it is nevertheless true that to
day, In the great business world, wltn all
Its bustle and whirl end rush, that hon
esty and honest men, are at a premium.
Chares Klngsley was about right when
he 'made h.s threefold dlvlslos of men,
thus: Honest meuv knaves and fools-
honest men, who wish to do right and
do it; 'knaves, who wish to do right, but
continue to do wrong; fools, who wish to
do wrong, and do It. With the truth of
Klngsley analysis the fact Is forcibly
brought out that honesty Is the great es
sential to a true character, and that It
alone will receive the endorsement of the
It ts a rare thing to find a young man
who enters a business life who does not
at the outset, if ha thinks at all, maki
up his mind that he will be straight; that
under no circumstances will he be led
Into participating In any unlawful trans
actions or lend himself to any fraudulest
scheming. Yet the fact Is a great num
ber of the men who enter upon a mer
cantile career lare at once Introduced Into
avenues of apparently, respectable life,
but which are full or deception, chican
ery asd plausible methods of fraud. This
Is a point at which many stumble and
fall, because they hiiva not the strength
and moral stamina to decline to tell their
employers that they will have nothing to
do with such business rlckery and dis
honesty, but are content to keep quiet
and wink at such doings, and leave re-
suits to take care of themselves, and thus
become Inoculated with the poison which
permanently cripples in many Instances
all those finer moral senr.DiiK.es wnicn
In youth called halt.
Attention was called to the Hremen
dous responsibilities of employers, who,
to a very large degree, hold to their
hands the power to make or unmawe tne
young men who enter their employ.
A well known wit once said that the
youth of his country reminded him of
three degrees of comparison: Their
first aim is to get on, their second to
get honor, and their third to get hon
est. The true mode or success is to re
vert this order. Honesty first, then as
a natural sequence honor and success will
After reference had) (been made o many
of the questionable methods of business,
social Inconsistencies and political ais-
honesties, which are so prevalent, the
speaker concluded In the Toliowing worus:
"In tho name of God I say to every
vouinjr man Dresent. be straight in all
your transactions. Abhor every form of
dishonesty, refuse to touch any but clean
money; for believe me that a full purse
is a poor substitute for a clear conscience.
It never pays a mm to have God against
him. Remember that a pure conscience,
a stainless character, are the best kind
of capital for a young man to possess.
Strict (fidelity and sterling honesty are
articles of highest commercial value.
Therefore be true to conscience?, be true
to truth, whatever ft may cost, 'Live hon
estly as (it the day.' Make Christ your
example and you will attain riches, honor
and eternal success."
' CONGREGATIONAL OHU'RC,!!.
Sunday at the Congregational church,
"The Good Shepherd" was the theme of
the evening discourse. The following Is
It is a familiar adage among the mis
sionaries of the east that in that coun
try things go by contraries. And it Is
quite generally true. The Oriental will
do a thing in exactly the opposite way
from what an Inhabitant of the western
world would do It. It la certainly true
that In evsry point li- which a resem
blance Is traced between the office and
work of a shepherd In the east and In this
country, the usage differs, In this coun
try the shepherd drives his flock before
him; In the east be never drives, but al
ways leads them. The very loneliness
of a shepherd's life tn that country tends
to bind him to his flock; he forgets the
distance between himself and his charge
and bt comes their friend. He leads them
during the day and sleeps with them
at night. And so between lives so dis
tant there Is woven by day and by night,
by summer suns and winter frosts, a llv
Cng network of sympathy. Htnce the
language of the Savior: "He calleth hts
own sheep by name and leadeth them
out; and when he putteth them forth,
he goeth before them, and the sheep
follow him." Here we hive care and
sympathy on the one side, met with never
faltering trust and never flagging
obedience on the other. Here we have
the relation of want and supply reach
ing to food and shelter, to help In weak
ness, to succor lit trouble, to protection
against enemies; indeed to every possible
aid which Interest can prompt or affec
tion demand. Now what evidence Is
there that Christ sustains such a relation
to his people? Because he gave his life
to redeem them. The shepherd laid down
his life for the sheep. This Is the dis
tinguishing mailt of a good shepherd.
When the wolf, in the shape of all the
powers of hell, att'aok the fold, he vol
untarily and cheerfully gave up his IWe
to save them. And this he d.d for a
race that cared nothing for their shep
heri. Asother evidence that Christ sus
tains the relation .of Good Shepherd to
his p opto. Is because he knows his sheep
aid i known of them. He says he know
every t hsep he has purchased. "I am the
C si shiiiherd and I know mln own."
It if a remarkable fact In Oriental hus
bii..V . thai In a flock of hundreds or
thoutv.i'. e"lt Individual sheep has It
:-vn u.i.;; k .cm H and is known by It.
1j Crrrlit' sheep are never so numerous
:hit he will not know each one's Individ
ual name, ea'.-tt one's pcuilrlll-, !r
sonul character, talents, fitmss, weak and
Umpttbe points, exposures asd demands
for his sympathy and care. And! what
could be more touching than Images so
full of care and tenderness?
Still another evidence that Christ !s
our Good Shepherd ts because he will
bring his people into his fold. He says:
"Father, I will that where I am those
may be also." "My sheep shall never
perish, nelthtr shall any man pluck them
out or my niand.
Stronger form of speech can hardly be
round in the whole range of the Bible.
No one; man, anget, devil or spirit, shall
be able to tear from Christ his belleveLng
ones. Is your trust In this strong and
omnipotent Christ? Then fear not: think
less of your own weakness, and more of
ennst s strength; less of your own lack
of faith and more of Christ's eternal
"For I am persuaded that neither death
nor life, nor angels, nor principalities,
nor powers, nor things present, nor things
to come, nor height, nor depth, nor dhy
other creature shall be able to separate
us from the love of God, which Is in
Christ Jesus our Lord."
The evening service at Grace church
was the usual evening prayer and anthem
and an Interesting talk by the cretor on
the gospel for the day, St. Luke, 6:1-11.
The theme is the miraculous draft of
fishes whloh took place after the first call
of the Savior for followers those who
ejfterwiards became his disciples. This is
one of the most Cnterestlng miracles and
Is full of beautiful lessons. The Lord,
pressed by the people to hear the word
of God did not watt to reach the temple,
but used a ship for a pulpit and taught
the eager throngs. The waters of the
sea of GalUlea have seen many of his
miracles and parables, and after supply
ing his future disciples with the wonder
ful draft of fishes he calls to them to
follow him, which they do immediately
and receive the promise that they shall
be made fishers of men. He takes peo
ple as he finds them and performs his
good works in them. Men were chosen
to be the teachers of men and through
them His great Works are carried out.
The new Duke of Hamilton and Bran
don, who Is the premier peer of Scot
land, is paralytic and a confirmed In
valid, while the only son and heir of
the Duke of Norfolk, who Is the premier
peer of England, Is deaf, dumb, blind,
Ismail Pasha, the late- Khedive of
Egypt, left three widows, one a Georgian
princess, and the others two Circassians,
who live together In the palace of Reslna,
cn the bay of Naples. They now drive
about Naples without their veils, and ore
very fond of shopping and of the the
ater. Slbcrfa has advanced to the dignity of
supporting a concent tour. The German
flautist, Adolph Terschak, who ts Just
finishing a successful Journey,' is the
first leading performer who has ever
undertaken a Siberian tour, but he has
already visited OrmSk, Irkutsk, Tomk,
Tobollsk, and other towns, with results
entirely satisfactory to himself.
HAPPENED' IN INDTAN1A.
Teacher You remember I told you do
mestic anlm'als are those that live with
man. Give me a familiar example of
a domestic animal.
Precocious Boy-A woman.
WAKE Attractive. Start by being the
uAnn most benntilal creature in it.
nUl IE If you have beauty preserve
It. If not, you can Improve vour looks
Immensely. Where there's a will there's
a way, A good way ia the use of my
Lola JWontez Greme
75e per pot,
Briugs beauty to
the face by feed
ing through the
ekin pores, gives
life to fnded faces.
Bold by Mrs D
457 Dnane St. Ass
torin, Oregon. ;
Mrs Mettle Har-
beauty doctor, i
40 and 42 Qeary St., San Francisco, Cal.
M&ixiZ X BEST
It is sold on guarantee by all drug
gists. It cures Incipient Consumption
aad Vtha best Cough and Croup Out, ,
For Sale by S. W. Conn.
De Witt's Collo and Cholera Cure never
disappoints, never falls to give Immediate
relief. It cures Just as sure as you take
It. Charles Rogers.
From a letter written by Rev. J. Gun
derman, of Dlmondale, Mich., we arV
permitted to make this extract: "I have
no hesitation in recommending Dr. King's
New Discovery, e the results were al
most marvelous in the case of my wife.
While 1 was pastor of the -Baptist
church at Rives Junction she was brought
down with pneumonia succeeding la
grippe. Terrible paroxysms of coughing
would last hours with little Interruption
and '.t seemed as If she could not sur
vive them. A friend recommended Dr.
King's New Discovery; It was quick in
Us work and highly satlsfacto.-y In re
sults." Trial bottles free at Charles
Rogers' drug store. Regular size, 50c
and $1. i
The most pleasant little pills for regu.
latlng the bowels, are De Witt's Little
Early Risers. Cure sick headache and
constipation. Small pill. Small dose.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Most Perfect Mode.
40 Years the Standard.
H. A. SMITH !
Rooms 1 and 2, Pythian oulldlng,
over C. H. Cooper's store.
German Physician. Eclectic.
DR. BART EL,
PHVSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Albert Dunbar' store, cor.
9th and Commercial. Prices: Calls, tl;
confinement, JtO.OO. Operations at office
free: medicines furnlshtd.
W. C. LOGAN, D. D. 8..
Mansell Block, 673 Third street.
Da KILIV JANSON.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Olsen's drug store. Hours, 10
to 13 a, m.; I to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sun
days, 10 to U.
J. S. BISHOP, M. D.,
Office and rooms in Kinney Block.
Office Hours, 10 to 12:30 and 4 to 8:30
Surgery and Disease-! of Women a Spa
LIBERTY P. MULLINDC M. D..
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. .
Office, E84V4 Third sL, Astoria, Ore.
Special attention given to all chronl
DR. O. B. ESTE8,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Special attention to diseases of wom
en and surgery.
Office over Danzlgers store, Astoria.
Telephone No. VL
JAY TUTTLE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, AND
Office, Rooms a and (, Pythian
Building. Hours, 10 to 12 and I to
5. Residence, 639, Cedar street
DOCTOR ALFRED KINNEY,
OFFICE AT HI3 RESIDENCE.
May be found In his office until II
o'clock mornings, from 12 noon until I
p. m., and from 6 until 7:30 evenings.
German Physician. Eolectlc.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Albert Dunbar's store
oor. 9th and Commercial. Prices: Calls
SI; confinements, J10.00. Operations at
office free. Medicines furnished.
MRS. DR. OWENS ADAIR,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Special attention given to diseases
of women and children. Also to eye
and ear. Office at Mrs. Ruckcr's on
Tuesdays and Saturdays from 9:30 a.
m. to 3:30 p. m.
W. M. LaForce. S. B. Smith.
LaFORCE & SMITH.
385 Commercial street.
FRANK J. TAYLOR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
J. Q. A. BOWLBY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR.
. Office on Second Straet Astoria, Or.
J. N. Dolph. Richard Nlxu
Chester V. Dolph.
DOLPH. NIXON & DOLPH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Portland, Oregon, 24, 25, 28, and 27,
Hamilton Building. All legal and col
lection business promptly attended to.
Claims against the government a spe
cialty. JAMES W. WELCH,
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
Houses to rent. All kinds of prop
erty for sale. Correspondence and
business solicited. Office Welch Block,
654 Commercial street, Astoria, Oregon.
MASSAGE N. Meleen, scientific mas
sage, 686 Commercial street, upstairs over
Goodman's store. Office hours from 10
to 12 and 2 to 6.
TEMPLE LODGE NO. 7, A. F. and
A. M. Regular communications held
on the first and third Tuesday evening
of each, month.
W. G. HOWELL, W, M.
-E. C. HOLDEN, Saaratarv.
WHEN IN PORTLAND Call on
Handley A Haas, 150 First street, and
get the Dally As tori an. Visitors need
not miss their morning paper while
WINES AND BRANDIES. Use Zln
fandel wine Instead of coffee or tea.
Fifty cents per gallon. Don't forget
peach and apricot brandy. Also French
Cognac and wine at Alex Gilbert's.
Children Cry for
have never found a preparation
bo well adapted to the needs of
thin, delicate children, as Scott's
Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil, with
Children almost universally
like the taste of it, which makes
its administration easy, and It
supplies their blood with the
food properties that overcome
Scott's Emulsion enriches tha
blod, promotes the making of
healthy flesh, and aids ia a
healthy formation of the bones.
Don't be persuaded to accept a
Scrtt k Bowse, H, V. Au Druggists. Sue. tne i