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TtlK M0RN1MQ ,A8W)RIAN. THtRSUA., i-CTOBER ),
WALLA WALLA AS
IT REALLY IS
Mr. II. S. Ljman Has a Very Favor
able Opinion of ihe Garden Oily
of ihe Great Northwest
EVIDENCES OF PK0SPER1TV
Col. are and Wealth Abide in the liiy
(bat Jealously Honors lite Mem
ory of Dr. Whitman.
By H. S. Lyman.
Walla Walla 1
well named the
uaraen city, ana is a good Illustration
or wnai may tw made or the upper,
country. Where one there were
trees, except along the water course,
iiuunsniDg now, ana inj
some pan oi the place, the street re-
erubl forest aisle. Locusu seem to
be the old favorite, and now are almost
iu-uy popiars rise nere ana tnere, i. real lehees, with their ample grounds
minding ona of spire, and giving the and ornamental tree, are both hand
tranger many an unconscious sugges- some and homelike. It is undoubtedly
tlon of lofty buildings, but the' progressive, too. for though the oldest
other ortM of tree, planted later, j pluu of the upper country, and hav
around the newer and more expensive Ira; seei. other nl. .nri. i.i.
residences, flourish as well as the old 1
isnu-uys, aua wouia in memseives ;
make an interesting chapter for study.;
However, it Is not the ornamental;
tree simply, but the orchard and gar-:
dens-real vegetable gardens, not slm-1
ply the numerous flower and landscape (
garaens, as In no place are there b:gg r
lots and wider lawns that make ih-
nanii well deserved. Walla
ships fruits and vegetables to a large
. , , ,
uuiuii yiH.t.-B, uiu urauatiuuB acmi
o, ioe car loaos aimost me enure yw.
mner onions auu greens sian w ear-,
ly in the spring; asparagus and rhu-,
barb follow; strawberries, by the car
load; blackberries and raspberries. In!
their order; then by summer, cherries;
and early apples; and by autum, the j valley. Or. Whitman, Is memorallicd.'
nxlous. peaches, pears, late apple and, both by the granite shaft over his
rape- 'grave, at Waulatpu. and by the col-i
Walla Walla is said to ship over, iege whrs mmen9e new bumg
I3C0,0( wonh a year of fruit and veg-. stone and pressed brlck ,s now , '
McKUkd- t ViiMt l Vi this xa v tinit haa rcn' . '
nothing to boast oi-uw same as eis-.
.where. . I
jr ...... v-ivj,
T-5 fruit raising Is done by the farm-' eo)egp hseif. without reference
era or ranchers on their own l8lds,tto thj? mlIdlng8, ls the memorlaL
and almost every one has. an orchard., It . t0 younlr ,eoole-avins:
There are some large fruit places, that(
of Dr. Blftlock, on the wcat lde of town,
of nearly a square mile In area," being;
one of the largest single orchards west;
of the Rocky Mountains. The gar-'
denln U done very largely by Chinese, f
who rent land and carry on their own
place, and ars regarded In Walla
Walla as the finest and most capable
cninese on me coast, une near mem A Ajltorlan cannot but Wish, not
praised and flattered In public places. s,m!v that the hl(,torc p&e KTt)uni
and by the newspaper. One is grati- our ovrn cIty were mark?d monu
fied by this, and yet wonders consider- mepll 8 the hart
ably until he finds that they are oldj at Wau,atpn, but that-some higher
residents, and besides contributing to nB.ttinn hnw nhwt was to A w
the production and prosperity of the
place a number are voters, who more-'
over exercise thlr political rights.'
Now they are white men. and good as
anybody. Thu ls seen how our polit
leal Institutions make for friendliness,
aeteera and good feeling among all
gardening and fruit growing lm-
presses one ns the most. of any of the
i.i oa ikon
seem to promise most for the future,
and are the farthest removed from the,
t ' '12,1 ' Z , " " ' . ' 1
vtw ivuvu o . 1 1 ' . ' " y
qji?siit wnciner i couiu-ue wtupiru
ltother man nomaaic people. 11 nius
tiitea the wide extent of fruit and
garden country, as Walla Walla Is
aver thirty miles from the Columbia
- . . ,..,.., wi 0'
river, and lias an elevation of 900 Teet
above the sea level. It Is the oldest
toward which other places will move
as-they grow. ,
The main source of Income is still
I....I. .1 . r ( TITalln '
Vj'alla county which ha a population cf
ri"arlv twentv thousand, raise nom "
Inally four to five million bushels .of .
w heat annually. The production thin j don't hear so much about the
year owing to the large area of summer new woman now. It Is the athletic wo
fallow following large crops of last m(m whr Is Interesting. The woman
VAC f 11' CI a fttllV flhnill thre n n fl II flFlIf
J .. -..a - - j ' - - .. 1 1 jticj n b". " -i 1 1 1 1 1 1 o auu naii'Ji'.n
million bushelB. Wheat Is now worth the foils with skill is strong and avtlve.
at Wallii Walla forty-seven cents. The a clean, active brain Is the r-ult of
original business of the country bo-' plenty of outdoor exercise. The th
longing to the pastoral days, that of, letlc woman can sleep eight hours, do
stock raising, ls by no means passed by. , a reasonable amount of hous-work. '
Relatively to that growing It is far oft and feel the throb of healthy blood in t
however. At present there are estlmat- her veins. She needs no paint, for her
ed In the county about 15,000 horses, cheeks are naturally rosy. Is Bhe not
12,000 cattb and 75,000 sheep, whose an-'-a woman to be desired?
nual returns must bring over a quarter' It was once fashionable to be frqll
of a million. The new system of rais-' and delicate, and a larg.j appetite was a
lng live stock must soon however thing to be ashamed of. A wasDlike'
greatly Increase the business. Alfalfa,' waist was obtained through much pull-
the preat staple for hay, produce large In? and tuning at stiff stays. We are
crops on the Irrigated meadow lands, glad that such times are past. ' I
and already the flocks are brought' Some of the older matrons argue that
from the mountidns to winter in the housework Is all the exerclne any wo-!
valleys. Alfalfa and corn, which can man needs. A certain amount of house-1
be grown so abundantly here, should work Is good, but the trouble is that
do Just as well In the Walla Walla or most of them get too much. They
ITmatllla. as corn In Nebraska, to fat- must keep on going when body and
ten Oregon sheep. 'nerves are tired out. If they could
Dalrylrg, too, ls
county now nearly producing Its own
butter supply, and supporting a cream
ery at Walla Walla,
Industrially considered the eighteen
to twenty thousand people of Walla'
Walla county produce ann'jally about
four or five million dollar worth of
marketable food stuffs; throe-fourth
or It being wheat, th rvt fruits, veg
etables, live stock, etc. There In every
Indication thmt the later agricultural
method will gradually double or treble
this. Summer fallowing for wheat, for
Instance, will not be followed forowr;
which Is a most wasteful method, ami
ruinous for the aoll. Hut a grevn fortg.
crop, such as corn, sugar bvc&s, or other
roots, or arid land wtches, will be al
ternated with grain.
The foothill soils of the Blue moun
tains are attll rvgarded as perhaps the
best of the up country. These ,lt must
be remembered embrace thre othvr
counties In Washington, Columbia,
GarfVid. and Asotin; I'malllla In Oie
gon; which with Walla Walla all form
essentially one agricultural district,
with lik products and commercial con
ditions. The wheat production of
these counties Is nearly fiftwn million
annually, and ;helr aggregate popula
tion upw ardg of fifty thousand. These
Flue mountain foot hill people, are per
haps as Industrious and prosperous as
ny In the Pacific Northwest It would:
j be h.rd to find any more so, anywhere.
. Wall Walla, the oldest and most
centrally located city In the area1
s-eni to represent th spirit and Ideas
not region, It .paclous.1
with broad street radiating In every
airecuon 10 meet the country thor
oughfarea. It is well built: one mav'
ward on any btudnes, corner and count
a dosen or icon, of two and three
aa the mining excitement and develop-1
ments have veered this way or that,
t has ,iii held Its own. and shows no
signs of decay, but this year much new
building, especially of residences. Is
gn. It is evidently broad-minded,
Near the city is located the O. R. & N.
agricultural experiment stall
ion, the de
partment on grasses being now under
Prof. Leckenby. of the eovemment de
partrr.ent of agrotology. It Is noted
SKt lKH. us niifiitxnuai aa wen as Dual-
nA nvAr Thar. M tA k i
- - v - ; live V i U .
llp school building, with a high school
.a ,ur roiioe.
It . , Waa i,. , '
,ts men of the day, M
forgotten. The big-hearted, clear-1
mlnd(M, man ,. ho ., Mt. ,
up. nna win be, when completed, one
o he most ?i?nt,y bulIdlnB, of ,he
,. . --
tPe of tne past lt9 heroi8m and
hope t0 entabngh ruture. Hepe
th(,y earn th name ot whitman and
abg0rb gomethlng of hi hearty gener-!
oslty unfallin C0UPage. The city
tnat remember, lts hemen cannot but
producewe need not say heroes, but'
mn worthy bf them, and capable of'
performing duty. j
the young -people with the best of the,
pat. might be etttabllshed at Astoria j
perhaps a Robert Gray college, to ,
,ook the broad river and harbor
which he founded and gave to the. be the reult. Freqnc-ntfy it is some ncrv
unior.: and if the name proved a re-! ons ditorder or drad C5ntimption. Dr.
,, ,,, .i,.- r-... .v.. I Pierce OoMen Wedic;:! Discovery is the
, mlnd-r cf that other Gray. th com-, m.dicine for hard.worlrinr me. It
. panlon of Dr. Whitman, the leading
! sjnru m rorming me ramous provmion-
a) povernmlnit 0n?gfn and ,ts n.
. . . . .
torlan, ana a pioneer of Clatsop Plains., builder. It cures 98 per cent of all cases
,f wou(, a ;he better. There would of chronic or lingeriag, bronchial, throat
be plapMi too , 8Uch an tabllRhment! affections. -s
.. . .... .'All too trequentlv. aeatn aotrs tne loot-
ror tne nare 01 L,ewl 8,1(1 LlarK,' or!
Ramie and Latty, and ColonH W. ;
and the other remarkable mn ,
who made Astoria. A Robert Orayj
collese at Astoria would seem lik!
dreamnri maybe, at Astoria: but not
, w .. h th h
vaua ana, wnere tnoy nave a
-whitman college and a Whitman mon-
, tl-.n- see how much. In many
ways. ' Rood Institution of hlifher
iearr,jng would be to our plar
PTOT AND EXERCIPE.
. . . K v nidva ntf arA lannl. t, r A V. n 1 -'
stop at Just the rleht time, rest awhile,
then take some out of door exercise,'
they would find their work a pleasure'
snd a benefit, I
It IS a verv Brood Dlan to M.t . nJ
tie each day, and by reat I don't nven
nurely sit still and chat or even read,'
but go to your room, put on some easy
" ... 1 . .
gown, take their halrplna from their
hair and take a good nap, Tou will
be fresh and ready for exercise, work
or pleasure, your temper will be Im
proved and perhaps by the time this
becomes a habit you will have added
a year or so to your life,
THK USEFUL "A NT IKS."
With the approach of winter the
"Anti-Imperialist League" should find !
consolation In the root that the treas-1
onable literature It Is hurling Into the
homes of the country will come handy
In starting parlor nre around which 1 vl!lf Portland? If so, go to the Port-' It cured Ms family of LafJripp and
the family clrvle can assemble to read Un1 retaurant. JOS Washington street, j saves thousands from pneumonia, bron
about and discuss American Institutions - ' 'chills, croup and all throat and lung
the navy of the world, the era of wide- j E. House's Oafs at 13S Third street, tr,,1,,,," "'M by Cha. Roger.
spreaa goou nine ana otner kimtreJ Portland. Is regarded by many people
topics mingled with the singing of patri- as th leading restaurant In ths Ia
otlo air aupplemented with the touch clrtc Northwest.
of delicate linger at the piano. There'
nothing much the matter with Uncle
The true way to be humble Is not to
tooP m mH' than your-
wlf- but t0 "Und w your real height
B,n" nignet nature tmu shall.
oow f w.w. rw maiine or
.i '..'. i. v .' ,-...
out ,hould go to the Fredericksburg.'
for the week commencing'1" Prepared to accommodate a large
-"The Enquirer Club."
2 Wnltr "Flower
of St. Peter
A Popular as Ever
- ir a t - i v a t piuTino
4- Mart h "Soldier Ufe."-Keller
-"Ma Ra Time Itaby." F. S. Stone,
bmwveu8 WALDtV - Acro -
i-Sotumtl-cl'ie "Sanibo'! Wedding
Til v nrrllof
....... u.v .
g .iv'rture "Nlapira." Moses.
ii.cjtxK T. mokdx. Tne nan
15- WATERMAN SISTERS.
lt-WALIxi A ELLIOTT In
MORET The Ban-
20 MAMIE 8CANLON.
22 WATERMAN SISTERS.
2J ARCHIE STANLEf.
24- MIPS ROSE ELLIOTT.
25- -ARCHIE STANLEY.
28-C.FOROB T. MORET The Ban-
death will lurk
n every home
It dogs the foot.
steps ef bus.
s band, wife scd
it tne flu
k that kt will
li overwork and
pj2 overworry snd
cient time t
-J IhL I Uld
Q sleep. At Brat
ne mar I, v I
but trifling ill
I I - c .. f.. n. k:.
. n, J I. LHl ll.l IIUUI III?
I ri i ..o
from !wadacb naof apprtilf
f sleep, UM-'tud? i.i t'uenornmg, t!ro-t.
ness uurinjr me any anu a genemi om oi
ni-pler'led. nlmol Anv nerionn maladr mat
gives edg:- to the appetite, makes dilution
! tnd mimilation perfect, irtvigorates the
Kver and purifies and enriches tlx. blood
It the great blood -maker and flesh
step, of the wife, in the guise of weakness
and disease of toe delicate and important
ont" that near tut ouroens w wutnooa
nr1 not x-rtitu Ttir t am nnfullnff rnr.
f()r dior(1ers of thi, nBture. Jj D.
Merce's Favorite Prescriotion. It act di
rec"v on sensitive organs concerned,
maVin? them strong, healthv and vigorous.
It fits for wifehood and rnotherhood.
, They are sold at all medicine stores.,
During tarlv childhood death lurks in
acquiring me practical medical knowf
t''e. U' Pierce's Common Sens Medical
Auviser imrans inis snowieage. ror a
pap;r cnveTL-d copy send 11 one -cent
ttainos 10 nwtr cuit of mailing only, to
I)i. K V I'ierce, Huflalo, N.. V. . Cloth
liiidiny 31 stamps. ' ''
General Otis' plan to establish In each
of the conquered town of Luzon a
municipal government, the president In
each case to be elected by a viva voce
vote of all the residents, Instead of by
secret ballot, can only be considered
safe on the theory that none of the can
didates for offloe will have any money
lett to buy vote with after contrlbut
lng to Agulnald' war fund.
PAINFUL FINGER ENDS
One Niout Treats but. Soak the hands
thoroughly, on retiring, In a hot lather of
CtTtcciu Soap. Dry, and anoint freely with
CimcuBA ointment, the treat akin cure and
purmtof emollient. Wear old gloves during
the night. For sore handa, itching, burning
H'bs and painful finger iia, ew sfoM
WP.MCM ttpeolally Moth. u m.teomKtol
1 ill 1 II .n 1. . ,h. -Milta rUini nf.
purtfjinf, ,i rauiiimt vnvM of comnii, Ar
r Sw- lw"w i,il(!u u1L,-r&H''
s : -' i
THE crtOSS OF GOLD.
Oregon City Enterprise,
What Is It thmt Is causing many of
the principal railroads of the country
to lay double tracks while everything
that will carry freight Is pressed Into thousand of mothers who children
service? We suppose It Is the accursed havo been saved from attscks of dy
gold standard, coupled with the lack cnterv and cholera Infantum who
of prosiierity that Is hanging over the must nlo feel thankful. It Is for sale
country I b Cltns. Rogers. .
NEW BUSINESS LOCALS
' " fox" wa,,t R(H1 ml when you
A good meal with meat rich In flavor
and on you wUl nJoy with a relish. I
just what, you get at the Creamer!!
rMturnt n w..kin..- .
J rmr(j Try wnM Portland.
you art golng up ,0 PortBna Mi
i ua, Kqng t0 the Creamerla Reatan.
rant. V Washington 8U yon may con-
I tiller that your trip will net b a uc-;
i .... ..in ...ii . . . .!
Wolo,' Engll.h and Bualnew Col-
j number of pupil this year. Already
I the classes are well crowded, a fact
' that Indicates the excellent charscter of
1 the Institution.
I Why Is Watson- restaurant In Port-'
i MI,,IJ k. IV.
,..Uu..,u u( up.
dally? Simply because It Is the largest.
finest and best equipped eating resort
' on the Paclfle coast. Watson's nstau-
' rant nM 'y-elght white employe on
I ItS DSV mil PAm.tnih.. h.. Iu.a.1...
- ' ... ..iv, IULUUUII,
1 109-11 Fourth street.
' 1,10 1 ernin memoo or snorthana IS
fL I . .. .
'Hf taught by Mr. II. W. Behnk In
the Oregonlan building at Portland.
I The Pernln system I not only extreme
; ly legible after being written, but I
i exceptlonahly rapid. It Is said that
students under Mr. Behnke' direction
i attain success In one-half the time es-!
sentlal with either C-raham. Munson
or Pitman methods. This school Is
open day and night
A tailoring establishment of sum
pretentions. located on Washington
street, Portland, claim to have made
47 suits for dreuy Astorian during th
past six month. Thla statement I de-
nled by the firm of Povey ft BIrcha.1. at '
JV Wahlngton treet. near the Im-
pertal hotel, who ar patronised by th ,
great majority of outside customer. ,
rJ"! r11 ,ult?!
fcr most of th stylish Portlanders, and
fl that they are not excelled by any
Portland Arm for out of town pat
ronage. " """" -
Sueh a thy word are, uch will thy '
affection be esteemed; and such will
thy deed a thy affection ; and such
thy life a thy deed.
President King, Farmer Bank.
Brooklyn, Mich., has used DeWltf
Little Early Riser In hi family for
year. Bay they are th best. Th"
famous little pill cure constipation,
bllllouiness and all liver and bowel
troubles. 8old by Cha. Roger.
Shoot folly as it tile.
For many year science haa studied
liquor. Result the whole world use 1
whiskey. It ha proven the beat stim
ulant and doe not Injur nerve and
tissues like coca wine and other drug
ged compound. And Harper Whiskey
I the Ideal whiskey. Bold by Foard A
Btoke Co.. Astoria Oregon.
Lew Judgment than wit, ls more sail
Joseph Stockford, Hodgdon, M , heal
ed a sore running for seventeen years
and cured his pile of long atandlng
by using DeWltf Witch Hazel Salv.
It cures all akin disease. For ale by
Humble love, and not proud science,
keeps the door of heaven.
Million of dollar I the value placed
by Mr. Mary Bird, Harrtsburg, Pa.,
on the life of her child, which h sav
ed from croup by th uae of On Min
ute Cough Cure. It cures all coughs,
colds and throat and lung; troubles.
For cale by Charles Rogers.
What we place most hope upon gen.
erally prove most fatal.
Eat plenty, Kodol Dyspepsia Cnr
will digest what you eat It cures all
form of dyspepsia and stomach trou
bles. F.. R. Gamble, Vernon, Tex.,
suvg, "It relelved me from the start and
cured me. (t Is now my ever laming
frlond." Sold by Cha. Rogers.
Never contract a friendship with a
man that Is not better than thyself.
"When our boy were almost dead
from whooping cough, our doctor gave j
One Minute Cough Cure. They re-
covered rapidly," writes P. B. Belles,
Arglye, Pa, It cure cough, colds,
grippe, and all throat trouble. Sold
by Chas. Roger, druggist
Too err Is human, to forgive divine.
"It did me more good than anything
I ever used. . My dyspepsia was of
morif's' standing; after eating It wa
terrible. Now I am well." writes 8. B.
Keener, Holslngton, Kan., of Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what you
eat. Sold by Chas. Rogers, druggist
"I wish to express my thanks to th
munufaoturer of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemedy. for
lunlmr put on the market such a won-
derf u medlclns," says W,
sluglll, of Beaumont. Texas.
"If you scour the world you will
never II ml a remedy equal to On
! Mlnuto Cough Cure,"sayi Edl'or Pack-
ler, of the Mlcanopy, Fla., "Hustler."
, Half the mlswry of human life might
be extinguished by imituul oftlce of
, compassion, benevolence and human
Tre "flow noy rreachsr." R. J,
Klrkmnn, Belle Rive, III., say, "After
' uffrina from Dronchtal or luns irou
tor n 1 by Ons
j Xinute Cough Cur. It Is nil tht I
claimed and mors.", It ours cough..
i ctlds. grlrp and all throat and tun
troul'les. Fold by Cha. Roger, drug.
' How poor are they that have not pa-
0n the 10th of
December, 1K7. Rev.
pastor of M. B. Chureh,
Suth. Pt. Pleasant. XT. Va.. contracted
a severe cold, which wa attended from
the blnnlrf by violent coughing. He
s.ijs: "After resorting to a numb r of
so-cdtlled 'speclMc,' usually kept In the
house, to no purpose, I purchased '
bottle of Chamberlain' Cough Remedy,
which acted tike a charm. I mont
ch erfullv recommend It to th public,"!
F ir sale by Cha. Roger.
It Is not ynur poalerity, but your
that perpetrate your memi
During the wlnlir of 1S97 Mr. Jame
It.-ed one af the leading rltl
iiienhants of Clay, Clay Co.,
Htiur'i his li r ncslnit n rak
in su'-h n timnner as to bruise It s- DlfJCSlS What yOU C-t.
veiely It bv,me vAy much nwoll.nj IUrtlflclallydlKOSUthcfoodD(lJ.
and pained him so badly that he could, VliUln , grclitflhonlnir tod rcCOO
not wa k without the aid of crutche. Uuctln(l thd exIiilllsWd dlKtlv or
He was treated by physician. nl ffnn. jtlstholatCHldlHCOtfcrt'ddliresfr
us, d several kind of linim.nt and two' aotand tunic. No of her p re para U 01
ai.d a half gallons of whisky In bath-j cn "PProftfh It In cffldoncy. It lo
mg It. hut nothing gave any relief tantly rellercniid pommuentlf curat
until h. burin ...In. rh.ml.rl.1,,'.
Pain Balm. This brought almost a
com let cure In a week' tlm and h
believes that had he not used thl rem
edy hi leg would have had to be am-
putated. Pain Balm I unequalled for
Th"-re are many people who continu
ally pray to Qod to give give give
.. poor .PPea. ,hm
h-?lp, they ar deaf.
We offer One Hundred Dollar R-
'V toT 1f.ciUlTh hnt CM
iiui trj curvu ujr nan iKiarni luiv.
F. J. CHENEY ft CO., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known F
J. Cheney for the last 16 years, and be-
1 lleve him perfectly honorable In all
, business transaction and financially
I able to carry out any (Alligation made
I by their Arm.
j WE8T & TRAUX,
j Wholesale DrugglKt. Toli-do, O.
! WAI.DING. KINNAN MARVIN,
j Wholesale Druggist. Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cur I taken Internal-'
ly, acting directly upon th blood and
I mucous surface of th system. Te.
! tlr-or.lsl cnt free. Price. 78c per bot
I tie. fold by all drugglits. 1
j Hall's Family Pills ar? thevbet.
The 0. B. F. . j
Freah tracked crab at ths National'
Sweet cream In any amount at the
Burbank potatoes, SI a sack, at Pat' '
.-Jeff' 1 ."th only"' 'restaurant :
Astoria to Portland
via O. It. & N.
only SO cent 1
Horn made chocolate,
pound, at i'.'.t Parlor.
Best 15-osnt meal, Rlstng Sun' rtstau.
rant, SU Commercial street
We guarantee our lc cream to b
mad of pur cream, Th Parlor.
Cold lunch, pickled pig feet, oyster,
sheep tongue, etc., at the National
Our lc cream I warranted to be mad
of pure cream. Tb Parlor, next to John
Best Calkrornt wise 30 cent per gal.
Ion. Alex Gilbert, sot agent for Ac-
tort. Telephon 81.
I Do you- know Bnodgraas makes
. Stamp Photos? Call and se them they
! are all the go.
Pure Rye. America' finest
whlakey. Th only pure good, guaran.
,wd rich and mello,T- Juhn L- crUon'
For rent FurnUhed room with
first-class table board. Apply Mr. B.
C. Holden' corner Ninth and Duane
Boquet De Cuba and Key Wet Gem
are the finest five cent cigar that ever
came to this market Henry Roe, op
Beginners and advanced pupil can
have thorough Instruction on the vio
lin and piano by applying to J. H. Am-
me, a graduate of Dresden and Lerp
sig conservatory. Hotel Tighe.
Killy transfnr wagon deliver box
wood to any part of the olty on ihort
notice. All order left at fcapr fur
niture tor. (30 Commercial street,
will receive prompt attention. Tel
Oo to th Columbia Eleotrlo tk It
pair Compnny for all kind of new
and repair work, from n cambric
nedl to a bicycle, boiler or engine.
Quick work and satisfaction guaran
teed. Logging mauhlnsry of all kinds
a specialty. Bliop opposite Rosa, Hlg
The concert hall opened by Chrll
Wise at No. J3 Ator street, I th on
.nrt only popular reort f It kind In
that vicinity. Mr. 'wis I doing om
thing new among concert hall. It 1
not only selling a class of pur liquor,
but I giving hi place n management
which Insure gentlemanly attention
ami treatment to hi patron. Th
good music and the crowd will be
found at Charll Wis' ptaoe,
Astoria Public Library
RfcADtNa ROOM FREE TO ALL
Ocmi evary from J 0 eloc la I
SO I N 111: B. SB,
; (abscrtptlon rats a ear anauaL
' wMi Cor. Klet sad Uuaa gueet.
f empi.b Lorxis Na I. a r. A
M Jtesulsr lommiiulcaiioas hiid on
th nrti and third Tulr even n ut
ech motiih. J. N. CltlKI'IN. W
M ; K. C. IIOLPKN. creisr.
'"IP"'. uu.mLii., iiniiuuia
Flatulence. ur Sttiinaeh. Nausea.
all other resultst'f Imperfect dlifctlou
Prepared by E. C. OeWitt Co.. Cbieooa
K..r ttal by C1IARLU ROQBM
Rtitort Vitality LailVlprind AUahool
wanting 1) Incises, ail criccu of self
abuse, or excea and Indis
cretion. A ucrvo toulc and
iilootl builder. Brine the
rjiinlc clow to pale check and
restore the fire Of youth,
iliy mail AOe iser box, O boxes
for $.0O: with a written iruarnn-
fro to euro or reftm! tbo moucy.
Bend for clroular. Address,
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton AJncHson 8t., CHtCACO, IU
Kur Sal by Charles Riser. DruilL
krhftbli piiraoniof a mn inlrl or li.votl mind
4alr1iialripluil. Tartu Kiinltloa, llbuu4
MMrj tuy 1-1 iM-n-i 11 nmij, in inn w rn
Tb PAM:T UIXOI U. HnlHmora.Hd.
- i i, -e -
i Thet tins Cipiutetar superior
to Balaam of Copub,
Cubebi or Injection niirrrv I
CURE IN 48 HOURSVU
th aim dneasel with-V'
Those who hav delayed baying.
are fortunate. They can ave at least
a third on th usual cost of high grad
hoe. We are cloalng out all of our
summer tan shoes at a great reduction.
We have them for men, women and
children, which should bring everyone
to the tore. Tbey are new good
which have overstayed their time.
Consider theae figure.
Petersen & Brown.
DRAYINU AND EXPRESSING
All Cood hlppec to Our Car
Will Racelv Bpeoial At'entloa.
We. Itt Duan Bt.,
. Tat. U
riHIM "Noflh.Win Llmltsd" trains,
Uctrlo Miihlsd throughout, btk I.
Sl.lv snd out. snJ t hld, tr.
wlth.iut scpiloi. ih flMt train In tli
world. Tlisy mtody the latsst, nwt
ml twai da fur comrurt. poovenleti.e
snd luxury vr grd lb traveling
public, and tlliilr r In toon oom.
plst and splendid production of Ik aas
These Splendid Train
Conneol with ,
The Ortot Nurtlicrn
The Nurthcra I'mlflc will
The Cwnillrtn I'aiiric
AT IT. PAUL FOR
CHICACO and the CAST.
Nn lr ehirg for thN api1r
iH.nisiods Hons and all ela ef ttnt
r avUabl for aassst o lb
-North-wss wrn Umiisd." ail tram n
tMt line ar prelected r the ItitsrloeklBg
W. II. MEAD. f. C. tAVAOl,
Oea'l Agsnl. T A.
... rortiaad Or - ' ..
1 i ."-w .. - J,?
amm jagiiaiBigajim i
If you n. vl Hilling and in
The turlltlon rotit rua
thruuh tourist mum twlo a
w.x-1. HVa-tl to Kms Clty-(H
on at any point along the aoala
line of the Nurhera Pwriftc la
Walilnton or Montaoft off
at Ka-is (lly.
Httnditrd eMrs, avtry day In
1 lie wirk. iuit u, Bt, Lout vta
I.ln -oln, Omaha and Bt. Joep.
a. c. tireuxN.
0nr4 I'uit'if.r At,
Oregon Short Line
TUB DIRECT ROUTt TO
Montana, Utah.- Colorado-
end all Eastern Points.
Oiv choice of two ftvertt rout, via.
lb Union !aclno rM Mall Una, or
th Itlo Oran,W tontl Ur-.
LOOK AT TUB TUIB
1 Dnp to .Suit Likf
2 Days to l)fvcr
J)ayii to Chicago
Ji Dnv o Now York. ;
Pre rellnlng oMlr upolatr4 Umr
lit weeping car. a4 Pullman p&lac
alrepera, operated on all trala.
ror furtlur Informatl), apply to 1
0. W. LOUNBTmntRT. t
Agent. 0. R. . WH
Or AtorU, Oncsb.
C. O, TERRT. W. B. OOdlAM. j
Trav. Paa Agt. 00. AgM.
Ut Third Bt.. PortlaaC. or. J
WHITE COLLAR LINL 1
Columbia Rlvr'aiid Put,und Navl- '
gallon Company. J
Jialley Oatiert leave Astoria dally, j
except Punday, at 7 p. m. ,
U-ave Portland dally eioept Bun- i
day at 7 a. m.
W,nlt Collar line tickets and O. Hy.'
4 w. ticket Interchangeable on Bailey f
Oatsert and Haasalo. Far between .
Astoria and Portland. It cent. '
ir u anJL3, Ta'rop' Aitorla Agt
When people ar contemplating trtr
wnemer on Business or pleaaur thT .
naturally want th beat sorvloa 0b.
Ulnabl so far a speed, comfort aie
afety I concerned. Employs of the
WWCONBIN CENTRAL LINEt. ar
uald to sorva th public and our train ,
ar operated so a to mak olo 001
neotlon with diverging line at all
Pullman Palace Sletping snd Chair Cara .
on through train.
Dining Car rvlot uneicelled.
erved a la caru.
In order to obtain thl fim el a a service.
sic the ticket agent to !! you a tlcteei
TheWisconsin Central Lines. .
and you will maka aireot oonnctlona t
ni. -aul ror Chicago, Milwaukee and
all point asst.
For any further Information call on lar
UcKet agent, or correspond with
JAB. C. POND. Q en. Pur Afsnt.
or JAB A CLOCK. Milwaukee. Wl.
ttt Btark tt rortiand Or