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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, SATURDAY MORNINU. AUGUST 25 1894
AUGUST FOR HEALTH
It Must lie Whether You Take
a Vacation or Not.
Take Time Now to Strengthen
Nervca and Body.
See That Every Part of the Body
Becomes Well Fed.
Eleven months for business, for mon
klntr. for absorbing work. Take
August for becoming strong and well.
Get back to ycur proper weight
relievo the tired nerves of their lrrl
tability; fill the body with ruddy, vlg
orous, serviceable blood. You will work
to twice the purpose with a clear head
and a body undiuturbed by aches and
pains,
(Jive Talnc's Celery Compound a fair
trial In August.
Weariness and lack of strength Is
matter of the nerves and brain. It Is
the exhaustion of the nerve centers
that produces the feeling of lassitude
and depression
Digestion and assimilation are the
first to become affected by diminished
nerve power, and as these functions are
so closely connected with every part
of the body the entire system shares in
tho disorder. Men and women above
middle aire take little exercise, their
Dlood becomes slow and impure, and
all their Important organs sluggish
while a constantly Increasing load of
anxiety and care keeps their nerves
from being properly nourished. Such
persons will find a steady gain In
health, in vigor, and good spirts
from Palne's Celery compound taken
steadily through the month of August
The reason for the high regard in
which Palne'B celery compound is held
by physicians for building up the weak,
the sickly, and the nervous. Is because
all Its Ingredients are known to medical
men to feed the nerves and to provide
pure and rich blood for all the weak
purts of the body. Every trace of ner
vous exhaustion disappears when the
nerves that govern the functions of
the body are thus abundantly supplied
with their appropriate food.
The disturbances of the nervous sys
tem, whether neuralgia, rheumatism,
debility, extreme nervousness, or heart
trouble, are due to derangements in
jieutrltion. Headache, a sense of weight
on top of the head, a feeling of con-j
f trictlon about the forehead; those are;
very significant symptoms and should
be heeded. Better and more complete
nutiilJon Is demanded for the nerves
nnd brain. Thin, pale facts, wasted
frames, unhealthy skin, and low spirits
tell unmistakably of blood too thin and
poor to properly nourish the body.
Paine's celery compound brings an
increased, natural appetite, assists the
assimilation of the food, and quiets
nnd restores a healthy nervous action.
SCIENTIFIC NOTES.
The aerial space within the limit of
our vision Is calculated to have a dl-
ameter of 120,000,000 miles and a clrcum
ference of 1,329,742,000,000 mile3. And,
this Is only a fragment of the Immen
sity of space.
It has been computed that the death
rate of the globe Is 6S per minute, 97,-
790 per day, or 35,717,7S0 per year. The'
birth rate Is 70 per minute, 100,800 per
.ir..r r,r af; R17 !oi) tipp vear. reckoning
the year to be 365 1-4 days in length.
The photographers of the Paris Ob
servatory, have justi finished for the
Academy of Sciences the clearest view
ever seen of the moon. They have pho
tographed her surface In sections, which
fit, making a great image, five feet in
diameter The work is so perfect that
towns, forests and rivers would be per
ceptible Is they existed.
Dr Kitasato, the Japanese bacteriol
ogist, has been Investigating the plague
In Hong Kong, and. believes he has
found the cause of the disease in a ba-
resembling somewhat that of.
cillus
anthrax. It consists of short, slender,
straight rods Animals Inoculated
with cultures of those micro-organism
died with symptoms of the plague.
A flan exerts its great propulsive pow
er with i;-3 tall, not its fins. The paddle
wheel was made on the fin theory of
propulsion, and the screw propellor
had Its origin in noting the action of
iho tnil. It is now shown that the fins
of the tail actually perform the evolu-
oi me mu oi. i v
tlons described by the propellor blades,
nnd thai the fish in Its sinuous motion
through the water depends on the tor-
eional action of the tall to give
power.
it
nontho hv starvation are becomlnc 1
.. . U I
iwmtnnnpr fl.moncr me nen man umuiiir .
the poor.- The emaciation that come3
of chronic Indigestion simply proclaims
an Ill-nourished body, starving without
hunier. 1 Every 4 physician- In New
York, from whatever social circle his
patients are drawn, treats many cases
of starvation. The milk diet, so much
talked of for the post twenty years,
and so little understoon. Is really a de
vice to feed these starving m?n and
1. v.- ,f iinnr-Uri.'
wuhh.ii w.r j
sent In the presence of plentj .-New,
Tork Bun. I
A newspaper In Illinois recently
o-h iiir BBT.lnt fortv-three men
. , . . ., . lKj.-,.,. I
who would not pay their subscriptions,
ana oDtainea juagmem in rain i- iui
the amount of the claim. Of these,
twenty-eight made afflldavlt that they
owed no more Uian the law allowed 1.
them, thus preventing attachments. !
Then under the decision of the Supreme
Courl they were arrested for petit tar-J
ceny, and bound over In the n.n r.also conquers constipation, Uver com.
mq each. AU but sis gave the bonds
The postal laws make It petit larceny 4
to take a paper and refuse to pay for
it.
IT WAS GREAT FUN.
The Football Game Between Astoria
and the Monterey.
- v
The football match on Thursday af-
" , ' . . . ,.,i I
ternoon between the Astoria Footballj
Club and a team from Uie United Stateb
ship Monterey afforded bushels of fun
for a good crowd of people, who be
tween bad breaks and wrestling
matches were kept busy roaring and
cheering all through the match. Old
Jove had prepared a special wind for
the occasion, and the warship boys had'
the luck to get before It under reefed
top-sails, and close hauled in every
particular, even to waist measures.
Mickey Flynn, one of their half-backs,
had attained a preliminary reputation
for football ability by announcing to
the crowd that the sport was as old
to him as "altin' Bpuds," and that lie
was prepared to "dl the Hashtorys"
up In style, from the word go. When
Grant, who had volunteeied to risk his
life . by umpiring, bJew the whistle,
Mickey immediately distinguished him
self by kicking off one of Crosby's feet,
and then stunning himself In a violent
concussion with his own goal post.
During the rest of the game he was
pouring his woes Into the sympathetic.
ear of Bartholomew, informing him
amoung other things "thlm's was the
dlvll's own rules," and that the collls
Ion above mentioned had "guv him a
crack In de mush thot he hadn't had
for olght years In all his lolfe." The
main Incident of the first half was the
attempted murder of H. G. Smith, whose
impartial decisions aa linesman had up
till then excited the greatest enthus!
asm. Smith, however, bubbling over
with sport, got a little too familiar
with the sailors and began yelling
'Monty's throw in." Mickey rushed
up to the lines and declared his Inten
tion of "wlpln up d3 flure wtd de clane
chaved . dude what was callin' him
Sheeny names at all, at all." When
McKlnley interfered Mickey said very
audibly, that "thlm Sasshenachs made
him sick," and that he didn't want no
Scotch pullets tellin' him how to play
a game he'd been fed on lolke mother's
milk."
The second half was crammed full
of Greco-Roman contests, the most in
teresting of which was a bout to the
goals between C. W. Smith and four
blue-jackets. Smith has not yet re
turned and the worst is feared. Though
rash young man he was ever of a
convivial disposition, and his sad end
will be mourned by all. Poor Smith!
Let us pray:
o death is hard if It's Rough on Rats,
Or drowning, or powder and shot;
But a "crack in the mush,"
From a goal crowd crush
Is the hardest death of the lot."
BRITISH POSSESSIONS.
Great are the perils that menace
Great Britain's, rule In India, where
nearly 300,000,000 natives are maintain
ed In subjection by barely 180,003 Eng
lish, of whom half are soldiers, and the
dangers that threaten her Empire In
Africa are of a much more serious
character. In the colonized portions
of the Dark Continent, the same spee-
tacle is presented of a mere handful of
white aliens ruling over millions of ln-
dlglnous human beings. But instead of
the latter being submissive and peace
loving races like the Hindoos, the Af-
riean tribes are essentially war-like,
proud of their thews and sinews, brave
to a degree, and always ready to try
conclusions with the whites. This dls-
poBitlon of the population is not only
the case in the newly settled territories,
such as Mashonaland, Matabeleland,
Basutoland, and Bechuanaland, but
even with the older colonies, such as
those of the Cape and Natal, where the
the blacks outnumber the whites ten to
one and are rapidly increasing, being
attracted by the prospect of good
wages, steady employment, and security
in their possessions. To such an extent
is the native population growing in
South Africa that the British author
ities have become alarmed thereat, and
- Prlme Minister Rhodes, who runs
things to please himself, in the southern
and central portions of the Dark Conti
nent, has annaunced his Intention of pro
curing the enactment of a law prohib
iting black immigration into British
territory, much the same way as we
have excluded the Chinese.
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given to all whom it
may concern tnat tne undersigned has
heen duly appointed assignee of I. W.
Care, and that he has qualified as such
rsslgnee by filing with the clerk of the
wu' 1 "i u .T r."' ,"
i. . . i s
by law. aii persons having claims
aeainst the said L W. Case are notified
in niH.o.-n, fha Rflmft t n thA lintlprfllcnort '
duly verified, at the office of the Ato-
- "
rla National Bank, In the city of Asto
ria, In said county, within three months
from this date,
Dated at Astoria, Oregon, this 2nd
day of August, 1S!i4.
D. K. WARREN'.
Assignee.
OS THE SAFE SIDE.
Everybody knows this Is a good plac
to be, but everybody does not take
measures to be there. An efficient pre
ventatlve places us on the safe side of
Incipient
nt disease, and there Is no one
reliable than Hostetter's Stomach
s In cases where the kidneys are
1 more
Bitters In cases where the kldneyi
inactive, which is bue the preliminary
to various destructive maladies, which
dl9repu.ded bave a fatal tern7lnatlon..
Brtght's disease, diabetes, dropsy, oede.
ma, are but the outgrowths of neglected
inaction of the kidneys and bladder;
Tbey should be checked at the outset
bitters, which will prevent their
nrosres br arousing the renal orrans
to activity, and thus place those who
r - ort to '1. "vlngicine on the
plaint, malarial fever, nervousness ajjd
dyspepsia. 1
THE DISCONTED MAN.
lie grieved because the times were hard
And everything' went wrong;
Such weather would his trade retard.
The butter tasted strong.
His coffee never looked quit clear.
And everything he bought was dear
in fact, from early morn till night.
He hls woes: , ...
No earthly thing was ever right,
AaA a hlg rrlenda were foes
gut this fact most his patience tried:
His wife was always satisfied.
From Demorest's Magazine.
CLATSOP BEACH EXCURSION.
On Sunday, August 26, there will be
an excursion over the O. R. and N. Co.'s
learners R- R. Thompson and T. J.
Potter, and then over the Seashore
road to Clatsop Beach.
Round trip tickets for sale on the O,
R. and N. Co.'s dock for one dollar.
The total receipts will be donated by
both companies for providing life sav
ing apparatus on Clatsop Beach.
NOTICE TO OYSTER CONSUMERS.
On and after September the first, I
will be able to furnish the people of
Astoria with first-class oysters In any
quantities to suit.
OyBters by the sack, gallon, quart or
pint, delivered In any part of tho city.
Heins' celebrated oyster cocktails put
up In four-ounce bottles, will be deliver
ed to the trade at 70 cents per dozen.
Orders left at Foard & Stokes or at
Christensen & Co.'s will be promptly
attended to . Place of business, cor
ner of Astor and Seventh Btreete. Tel
ephone No. 44. C. H. HEINS.
FOUND THEM THE BEST.
This Is to certify that I have used
Krause's Headache Capsules periodi
cally for over a year, and have very
much pleasure Ir stating that they
have always proved very beneficial and
have relieved me in from ten to fifteen
minutes. I have been a sufferer from
headache for many years, and have
never fourd anything to do me as
much good as Krause's Headache Cap
sules. Yours Truly,
LOUIS HERMAN,
234 Poplar St., Wichita, Kan.
For sale by Cnas. Rogers, Astoria,
Or., sole agent.
- "A TALENTED EDITOR."
Gentlemen: I had occasion to use
several boxes of Krause's Headache
Capsules while traveling to Chicago to
attend the National Democratic Con
vention. They acted like a charm in
preventing headaches and dizziness.
Have had very little headache since
my return, which is remarkable.
Yours, respecuuny,
JOHN U. SHAFFER,
Ed. Renovo (Pa.) Record.
For sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria,
Or., sole agent.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue
of a decree of sale, made In the circuit
court of the state of Oregon, for the
county of Clatsop, on the 27th day of
February, 1894, of W. H. Kirkpatrlck
and against M. M. Ketchum and Ida II
Ketchum, and execution thereon ispued
August 1st, 1894, I will on the 3rd day
of September, 1894, at the hour of ten
o'clock a. m., and at the court house
door in said Clatsop county sell to the
highest bidder for cash the lands de
scribed herein, or a sufficient amount
thereof to make the sum of $9,208.03
and Interest thereon since February
27, 1894, at the rate of 8 per cent per
annum, and accruing costs, towlt.: lots
C, 7 and 8, and NW 'i of NW 14, section
28, In T. 6 N, R. 7 W., In Clatsop coun
ty, Oregon.
Dated, this 2nd day of August, lS9i.
- J. W. HARE, Sheriff,
By R. G. PRAEL, Deputy
Cuticura Soap
And a single application of CUTI
CURA, the great skin cure, will
afford instant relief, permit rest
and sleep, and point to a speedy,
economical, and permanent cure of
the most distressing of itching,
burning, bleeding, scaly, and crusted
skin and scalp diseases, after phy
sicians, hospitals, and all else fail.
Cuticura Remedies
Exert a peculiar, purifying action
on the skin, and through it upon
hp hlnoH. In the treatment of
d stress nr humors they are speedy.
permanent, and economical, and in
their action are pure, sweet, genue,
and effective. Mothers and chil
dren are their warmest friends.
Sold throughout (he world. Pottm Diia and
Chih. Cor Sole Prop., Boston. " "All
bout Bfbft Skis. Scalp, and Hair," mailed tree.
If tired, aching, nervous moth
er knew the comfort, strength, and
vitality in Cuticura Plasters, ihey
would serer be without them, la
every wif the sweeten and best,
FISHER BROS.,
OUID PUAMniCDO
Onlr " UnnMULLriOi
utim .vn cucic '
HARDWARE.
- mrr . 7t , i e,t.
Far. Machinery. Paints. Oil. Vanish, Logfera'
SuppUe. Falrbank' Scale. Door
and Window.
Proleilon, Flour, and Mill F1
Astoria. Qrejon.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder j
A w nkd GoU Heial yJrintr Fair. s Frce
BATHtJ
WITH If j
. flfl
Be sure and see that your ticket
reads via
T
HE NORTH-WESTERN
.LINE.
CHICAGO,
ST. PAUL,
MINNEAPOLIS
and
OMAHA 11AILWAYS.
This Is the
GREAT SHORT LINE
Between
DULUTH,
ST. PAUL,
CHICAGO
And all I onits .Last and
South.
Their Magnificent Track, Peerless VeS'
tibuled Dining and Sleeping Car
Trains and Motto:
"ALWAYS ON TIME."
Have given this road a national reputa
tion. All classes of passengers carried
on the vestibuled trains without extra
charge. Ship your freight and travel
over this famous line. All agents have
iicKeis.
W. H. MEAD, F. C. SAVAGE,
Gen. Agent. Trav. F. and P. Agt.
zis wasmngton St., Portland, Ur.
FREEMAN & BREMNER,
UlQCksmithB.
Special attention paid to steamboat re
pairing, nrst-class horseshoeing, etc.
LOGGING CfllBP J0!W fl SPECIALTY.
197 Olney street, between Third and
and Fourth, Astoria, Or.
I. W. CASE,
Insurance Agent,
- REPRESENTING
The Kollowltia Companies I
German-Ameiican, New York City, N. Y.
Union f-lro nnd Murine, of New Zealand.
National Fire and Marine Ins. Co., of Hartford.
Connecticut hire Ins. Co., of Hanford.
Home Mutual Ins. Co., San Francisco.
New York Plate Glass Ins. Co.
Phanlx.of London, Imp trial, of London
OGGIDEJJT BOTE
Id the Best of Its Class
On the Pacific Coast.
FLfJ UNEXCELLED TABLE.
RaUa, $J dally and upwards.
The C. P. UPSHUR Co,,
Shipping & Gommission
Atoria, Oregon,
We are selling
The Best Men's Shoes For $3 to be
Had In This country.
Thats the pith of the whole matter. We
don't tuess at the statemsnt either. We
know tne shoes that resold at??, at f ?.?o,
at $4. We've seen the outsidi -which
everybody sees and the inside, which
only the know-how eyes and lingers can
get at. There's the testl
Our $3 shoe is made from calf skin with
kangaroo top.
JOHN HAHN & CO.
V. T. SANDERSON A CO.,
Spile Driving and Wharf Building:.
WORK GUARANTEED.
Residence 769 Exchange Street. ,
J. A FAST ABEND,
GENERAL CONTRACTOR,
PILE DRIVER, HOUSE, BRIDGE flflD
WHAHI' BUICDEI.
Address, box 160. Postoffice. ASTORIA, OR
GJ.IGAG0,
IMIiWAUpE M
ST. PAUL
RAILWAY
Connecting with All Transcontinental
Lines is the Only Line running
ELECTRIC LIGHTED . CARS
BETWEEN
St Paul and
Chicago.
AND
Omaha and
Chicago.
The Express Trains consists of Vestibuled, Sleeping,
Dining and Parlor Car,
HEATED DY STEAM,
And furnished with Every Lnwry knows la ssodet
railway travel.
For SPEED, COMFORT and SAFETX
This Line Is Unequaled.
Tkaer oa sal at all prominent railway otic.
For further Information Inquire of any ticket agehv
or
C. J. EDDY, General Agent ,
J. YY. CASEY, Trav. Pass. Agt
PORTLAND, OREGON.
A LOCK v
Is something you want, 11
not today, you will want Is
sometime. We keep carpen
ter's tools too, and If this
weather will only pull itself
together you will want plenty
of Hardware of which we
have a
plenty only waiting your call.
J. n. WYATT,
HAHUWAHB DBALBH
Tlieso tiny C&psules aro suporlor
to lialsara ot txpttiua,
rt-.i...i. 1 T-i...;
1 hey euro In 40 hours tho
sarao d'joascs without tiny Incon
venience. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
Concomly St., foot of Jackson, Astoria.
General Machinists and Boiler Makers
Land and Marine Engines. Boiler work, Steam
boat and Cannery Work a Specialty.
Casting of All Description Mad to Order 00
onon notice.
John Fog. President and Superintendent
A. 1 Fox Vice President
O. B. Prael Secretarj
QUICK TIME
-TO
AND
Mlt POINTS IN CALIFORNIA
Via the Mt. Shasta Route of tin
The Only toute Through Califor
nia to Points East and South.
THE SCENIC ROUTE OF
THE PACIFIC COAST-
PULLA1N BUFFET SLEEPERS
AND
SEOND-CLASS 5LEEPRES
superior accommodations tot Becond-
ciaBs passengers.
For rates, tickets, sleeping car reser
vations, etc., call on or address E. P.
nOGERS, Assistant General Passen
ger and Freight Agent, Portland, Or.
-(So)
Ei
.If You Want Cannery and
. .Fishermen's Supplies,
Call on-v
EliPlJE SApOHfl & GO
ASTORIA, .-
How Are You Fixed for Insurance ?
Fire and Marine.
We are agents for the largest and best companies
represented in Astoria.
Ttoyal Insuranco Co., asuetfl,
London Assurance Corp'n
iEtna Insurance Co.
Western U. S. Branch,
New Zealand Insuranco Co.,
Combined Assets,
yilE CONSIGNEE SALE
1 will close the Auction
Saturday night, August 25th,
for tho purpose of arranging
tho large stock for the Fiiml
Sale. New consignments ar
riving daily. Tho goods aro
placed on the market for
nearly half what others sell
the game, in this city. Tho
inducements offered Uie pub
lic aro immense, Clothing,
Hats, Ladies and Gents Fur
nishings, Dry Goods cg,
Embroideiies, Toilet soap etc
Save money by purchasing
the above Hues at tho Con
signs sale.
600 Commercial St.
(Cor. W. oth.)
Remember tho poor man's
friend.
You Have Pride
In Your Baby
Have pride In your Baby Carriage.
Get a good one. Get It here, and
. that in itself is a guarantee that it's
the best and handsomest that money
will buy. And the money will buy
more here than anywhere else.
HE1LBORN & SON.
Str. ECMPSE,
CAPT. M. SKIBBE,
Mnkaa trlna in ("Imv'e Tilver Thiirn.
days and Friday. Forties wluhlns; to
charter apply on ooara, at iios, wig
gins & Co.'s Dock, or their office.
A. V. ALIvEN,
DEALER IN
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Proylsions, Fruits,
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies.
Cor. Cass aud Si.uaj! jqua Streets. Astoria, Ore.
S. H. WILLETT,
PLUMBING,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
' Hot Air, Steam and
Water Heating.
Agent for Champion Hydraulic Beer
Pumps.
179 Twelfth street, Aatmla. Or.
Cotton Hope,
Cotton Twino,
Marshall's Twino.
Trap and Seine Web,
Tanbark, Acid and Salt,
Strip Lead, Tig Lead,
Copper, Tin Plate,
Tin and Zinc,
In Stock.
OREGON
21,502,376,00
8,630,425.00
10,915,829.00
1,017,195.00
2,077,219.00
$45,403,044.00
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO.

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