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.rilK . MMRN1XR AM'HIKUK. lTRIlu VnVlfMKlflJ u ittjt
I'M MOKNING AST01UAM S.UI!1UA. NOYEMBKK II,
JOHN T. LIGHTER. EJItor.
Telephone Main Ml.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Sent by mall per year i
Bent by mail, per moatn
Served by carrier, per month W
Ixvn be ton In th' Wntuls If AitutniiM
h:,l rtMiiuln.'J In India. Thoso in fnot
of the highest is.Uno. Thviv wits
no brtnt-h of faith on the part of h
l"nitt'l Stan's In Its tiv:itm-nl of AkiiI
I tut'.Jo. 1'iit thi iy was tlurrunt trvm'hw
j iv Ills part In rising In rvMllon
against tho I'nlted Stato. Tho tvport
'of the Philippine I'ununlMitn will iltitl
a Ftacgt'rlng Mow to tho "ami
Sent by mall, per year. In advancs V.V
Postage free to subscribers.
All f ommunlcatlona Intended for pub
lication shjuld be directed to the edi
tor. Business communication or all
kinds and remittances must be address
ed to ' The Astorlan."
The Astorlan guarantees to its ad'
Tertlsera the largest circulation ot any
newspaper published on the Columbia
Advertising rates can be had on ap
plication to the business manager.
KV!IKNCKS OK rttOjJl'KtUTY.
It is not strictly true that the Trsns
yaa'. burghers are at the present time
defending their own." Ladysmlth.
Glencoe. Colenso, Dundee and all the
scenes of conflict thus far In the Eng-llsh-Boer
war are In English territory.
So far as reported there has not been a
gun fired In the Transvaal or Orange
Free State, but when Buller gets his
forces under way the war wtll be rap
Idly carried lno the Boer's Africa. The
hardest fighting may then begin for
the Boers doubtless haw elaborated a
strong system of defense.
THE PHILIPPINE MATTER MADE
St. Louis Globe Democrat.
The report of the Philippine commis
sion makes the country's relation to
the rebellion so plain that nobody here
after will have any excuse for making
any mistake on this subject: In the
first place the point is brought out
clearly that Admiral Dewey made no
promises of recognition to Agulnaldo.
"No alliance of any kind," gays the
commission, "was entered into with
Agulnaldo. nor was my promise ot in
dependence made to him then or a
any time." This was the situation Just
after the destruction of the Spanish
fleet by Dewey in Manila Bay, at the
time of Agulnaldo's first appearance on
the scene. The"- was no rebellion In
the Islands at the time the war be
tween Spain and the United States be
gan. A rising occured a short time be
fore, but it had been put down by
Spain. Agulnaldo was not in the
islands at the time, but was in India.
He did not arrive in Luzon until after
Dewey'f fleet subverted Spanish au
thority In the neighborhood of Manila,
and" virtually effaced It all over the
This a fact of d;?clsive Importance In
connection with the rebellion which
AguinaUlo rals-d afterward against the
Americans. The commission points out
that Aguinaldo forced war upon the
United States instead of the United
Reports ftm .he Atlantic sonbonrd
stutt-s are to the effit-l that the dc
m.vnis of traffic haw far exceeded the
ability of the transportation coin pin
les. Ship are Mid to be waiting at
the docks for cargoes that haw not ar
r;vJ, merchants wait for the delivery
of goods ordered long ajro, and the lit
ttfntal trade of the country is retard.xl
by a lurk of cars to carry It on.
A striking illustration of the rttent
to which the demand f'r transports
tlon exceeds the prewnt capacity of the
railways Is given In the fact that two
railways alone, the Pennsylvania and
the New York Central, have recently
placed orders for l:.iH coal and freight
cars. It Is to be noted, moreover, that
these cars are to be of the largvwt captv
city. About twen;y-flve years oki the
ordinary freight car had a capacity
of S,000 pounds. Improvements In rail
way beds, in loco njtives and tn car
contKrttcMo:i admitted an Increase In
th? capacity of freight cars by rapid
dearrMr, and It is said the new cars for
the tw-o great trunk lines named will
have a capacity of SO.OK) pounds. Thus
thj number of cars ordered will be
equal In carrying capacity to W.000 cars
of a quart .T of a ceotury ago.
The orders given by the Pennsylva
nia and New York Central roads hare
attract-! altnU.m by reason of their
magnitude. Those, however, are not
the only lines which have placed orders
for cars an J locomotives. The traffic
of the country growing out of Its
abounding preeierity has everywhere
exee-ided the ability of the transporta
tion companies to properly handle it
and almost every Important railway
in 'the union is in the market purchas
ing Increase! equipments for freight
and for passenger service.
The vast augmentation of traffic
which has made necessary the demand
for such an increase in the freight
equipments of our roads has been due
of course to the abounding prosperity
of the country, and that In turn rests
ln.no small measure upon the legis
lation which has given confidence to
the business interests and Industries . of
the people. The siuim condition of
crops' and harvest would not mean
prosperity for the people at large If
our manufacturers were exposed to the
competition of foreign cheap labor, or
If our finances were subject to the
meddling and middling of free silver
or Pat money statesmen.
Out of these evidences of prosperity,
therefore, can be drawn added reasons
why the Intelligent working and busi
ness men of the country should give
their support to the party of sound
money and protection In every contest
which arises, whether in city, or state
or nation. The difference between
good and bad legislation can be esti
mated by the difference between the
good years we are now enjoying and
the bad years of the democratic regime.
UNCERTAINTY OF WARFARE.
"The glorious uncertainty of war has
passed into a proverb, and truly there
is no knowing from moment to mo
ment what may occur. The improba
ble is always happening, and every
campaign yields a fresh batch of In-
Ktates upon Agulnaldo. It show, that "tances in support of the statement "
. ., , said an old campaigner. "Thus In the
at no moment after the destruction of, Hlspanu.Amerit.an war a tronp.
the Spanish fleet was It possible for the' er in ,ne famous Roo..velt Rough
United States to withdraw its forces, KHers, who ha1 passed unscathed
with honor to the country or wiih ! through the whole of the campaign (In-
, . I eluding the trea' hi-rous' ambush In
safety to the Islanders. Only six pro-' L,U,""B
; which the Hough Itidt-rs lost so many
vine f Luzon are In rebellion, the m(j nhjw ut hli) (.arbine
rest of that island and all the itli-r j preparatory to leaving lot his native
Islands being favorable to American land, came across whai he took to be
authority. The onlv thing which saves : a spent cartridge. This he threw Into
v, his camp Are. A fearful explosion lm-
the Island fr m anarchy is the prvs- , . , , . , ytn
. mediately took plac, and a burning
ence of the American forces. On two bran) from lhe an-ml Are struck
oilier points of prime Iminrtanre the lne poor young fellow In the face,
commission Is dually clear a:id em- blinding him in loth -yes.
... .. . . . . t- 1. , U
Th- Fill., Inn. are not canabl-1 "uuring one 01 uih ihih,,".
r.ot want to frlw them se
nsent. I'e kniws tha: t!-y
tinted for it. and he would not give it to
them If th-y :vt his desire t..
maintain Ids own despotic power.
fif cotirs' the r-iumry will accept ihf-Judgm-nt
if th- commlsion with th-m-jst
implicit fftl'.h. Its ac-'-ptan e win
! all the more promp: aid i-rniih iti': on
account of the fact that it is in enf're
agreeiiunt with the judRm-r.t ami the
testimony of -v-rybody 1j-wvv, M r
ritt, dreeii ', .md all ilr- "th-r. '.vli .
have had an ac'juttinli'nce : ith th '
Filipinos on th.lr own ground who
ties fought Ix-tweea the f'hiritse. and
the Japs an inc id-nt happ -ned which
f-gov-m-' v o.j )e a iUi in-n-dlbl.; were it not
ar mA vouched for on the highest authority.
A f'hinese foot soldier was kneeling in
the trench'-s :aliiug aim at a Japanese
.jtl'Cvr in the di -ranee when a bullet
from the er.-my eni i .-d the muzzb of
his ride, p.,s--d down it. exphxled the
cartridge a"d ii-w th- man's face off.
Wh'-n we take into consideration the
diameter of a rille nairei and reckon
up the lik'-liho 1 of ,t stray bullet
strikini? h ma" ly In the c-nter it will
j" seen that :l.o 1 against ihis ex
traordinary incjd -lit was as millions to
one. And ye'., strange to say, a very
sind'ar thing '.ook place during the
bombardment of Alexandria by the
British In 1SS2. The R-H-el-Din fort of-
has paid anything on the subj.ct. There fered a stubborn resistance to the war
was no reb.dlion in the Philippine at shins and several of them had to train
the time that the war between the th"ir KUIM "" l'' ,'"f"r" ilB u
, . , , : t;uiw wer; Imally silenced. During the
l.nltod Matei and Sptiin Ixcan, that in , , , , .
thick -it the i.Tgagem.nt, just as one
which Agulnaldo figured having be n , ( lhhK(. ,nonst -rs was alout to be
suppressed Ion? before tfie destruction; fired, a huge projectile from one of the
of the Maine, and Agulnaldo iu out 1 sbifs entered the fort and wedged lt-
s If (irmly In the muzzle of the gun,
entlit-ly precluding its further use.
When the victorious bluejackets en
tered the fort they found the cannon
with Its strangely plugged muzzle and
photographed It. Marvelous to relate,
the heavy charge In the gun was not
exploded by the shock.
"During the last Zulu war a certain
NoEmcT Without A C u sk.
This is true, yet fr many
ges no one could account lor
tho mysterious ami excrm-iuinj;
pains that, seemingly w'thort
sufficient cause, lofturt.il ;'ic
hapless sutYcrcr, and ofie:U 'ir.es
twisted his limbs out of all
semblance to huni.iiiity.
Science, however, has at
length solved this problem, and
has proclaimed that rheumatism,
in all its varied phases, is due to
uric acid in the blood.
Hence, when one is artlicted
with rheumatism he knows there
is too tunch acid in his blood.
How does this happen. It
must be the blood's purifiers,
the liver, and especially the
kidneys, ore out of order and do
not properly perform their
But how can they be restored
to their normal healthy state?
Hundreds of thousands of grate
ful, and now healthy, people will
endorse the answer :
Use Warner's Saf e Cure, which
will check an excess of acid,
dissolve the acid deposit, and
produce a normal and hcatthy
condition of the kidneys and
liyer, and then, the cause being
removed, the rheumatism will
dfal of trouble to 'he British outposts.
lie carried at nls girdle a bright gild
ed horseshoe and superstitious Tommy
Atkins said that as long as he carried
the curious charm no bullet would be
able to touch him. At last. ho.vever,
a young lieutenant picked him off as h
clamored over the rocks and a rus
was made to secure the gilded horse
sho- as a trophy. Then a curious dls
cowry was made. The bullet had pass
el clean through the brawny suvag
and, striking against eiihvr his rllm or
his spin-?, had been flattened u
roughly Into the shape of a hrs'hoe.'
THE ORIENTAL TKADK.
What the Columbia River Losi
Through Lack of Astoria's Development.
If more evidence were needed of thr
wisdom of James J. Hill's action In
establishing a steamship line between
Seattle and the Orient, to be operated
in conjunction with the (Jre&t North
ern railway, it Is to be found In an
examination of the conditions under
whlch the Kiojun Maru, Capt. Eks
trand, salted last evening. She took
from this port seventy-five passengers
and a cargo of 5,70 tons. At Victoria
seventy-five Japanese and Chinese pas
sengers will board the big liner for the
Orient, and sixty-two of these nation
alities took passage in Seattle. Of
Americans and Aslitlcs she has 1M
Kut It Is In her cargo that the bound
less possibilities of the Oriental trade
are revealrl. IncluA.Ml in the 5,700 tons
a-e 7,0"0 bales of cotton shipped all the
way from the sunny South by way of
Seatth to the mikado's kingdom. Th
bulk of the cotiton Is eonslgned to Kobe
merchants, as also of the 1.500 sacks
of flour, ground from Western grown
wheat. The remainder of the cargo Is
made up of general merchandise.
Queen and Crescent Rood Successfully
Using Smoke Consuming Devices
With Soft Coal.
Out In Ohio there Is a railroad which
lalms to have achieved a success long
sought by Yankee Inventive genius, so
says the Pathfinder, namely, locomo
tives that consume their soot anil cin
ders while ournlng ordinary soft coal
This Is the Queen and Crescent rail-
of the islands. Nobody in authority on
the American side neither lwey, j
Merrltt nor anybody else ever made
any promise to Agulnaldo that the in
dependence of the islands or of any one
of them would be granted if Agulnaldo
nhonM S take up arms against . the
I can't take plain cod-liver
oil. Doctor says, try it. He
i might as well tell me to melt
f lard or butter and try to take
ithem. It is too rich and
V ... . i L. D..1
will upset tn? stomacn. dui
you can take milk or cream,
so you can take
a . . am 3 s
sco rs tin;
It is like cream: but will?
f feed and nourish when cream f
f will not. Babies and chil-S
S dren will thrive ai.d grow
f fat on it when their ordinary;
Sfood does not nourish them. I
Persons have been known to gain A
a pound a day wnen lawmj an w
f ounce cl zciir:, rvrrsin. ngeur
f th ditfestive machinery in wofkinijf
a j . .. ....n. fui uf
J properly diUo-xl and assimilated.
V t. r .J t'.'. .tru- tt.
T & v t.lieftiiftts, Lew York.
road. According l (ho ivorls given
out by the iNMtd their it re two fwctor
in this success. One Is the cmtruc
tlon of the tire liox und the other Is I he
rule laid down for the fireman to fol
low In tiring the locomotive.
The construction of tho fire box Is an
Idci of Mr. Kcllon, the rr'cclvci- of the
road. It sonslsls of xfliil hollow
tliv brick lUTh.n and deflecting "lr
tttls, the latter l'lng liM-ated In the
sliVs of the tltv Ni Mll.l so con
structed s to il-llect the air Admitted
through them to a point ulve the (lie
where It inlngl -s with the gnws thrown
off by the oul, the g:is thus becom
ing part of the fuel by being consumed,
leaving -io smok''. 1'ndcr no clivitin
Mtiincti Is m v thiui one shovelful of
co:il put Into the tliv box nl one lime,
and after each tiring the door Is not
entirely cIoshI, but Is left on the' first
notch of lh. caicii, which arrangement
P'rmlts ;ilr ti enter mid mix with the
gtiM-s .tt s time whNi nn extra amount
Is usually required.
In order to obUM the best results
ixisslble In the pivutlon of Ihelr ef
forts to nuttiiMln a strictly snmkelew
line of trains the company provides all
It onVlals with "smoke curds." on
which reports are sunt In to the super
intendent of the lime and place at
which smok. was seen Issuing from
111? stack of u VocoovHlve. A rword
Is kept of these ret'orf. d the pro
niotlon of the riivinan Is governed
HOI'INV. A tj A IN ST HOrE.
Vice President Hobart's Fumlly Re
lieve He Will Recover.
PATEIISON. Nov. lO.-There was
another chsnge for the better today In
Vice President HoNm's condition. He
iwas uble to sit up In a chair In his
room and picked up a ivwspupT ami
examined It, eventually turning to Mrs.
Hobart and asking her to read for him.
The patient was evidently sironicr
today pxik more noui Ishment than
at any time sln.-e his had attacks of
nearly two wwks ngo. iMspite the
statement of iitteinllnng physlelars,
the f unity wiill h.is h".T ,.( Ins ultl
THE WEEK'S FAIM'RES.
NEW VoltK. Nov
w ill say lomorrow:
10. Duns' revit w
,i i .a. wvt
NOROARD & POTTERSON,
200 Tasnhtlt Street
rkUtti Ord tail 4ih.
Ortiiun lllnuk oJ
NOT A POISONOUS FACE BLEACH
But t'tie br.mtilirr, Iwinji the only rr
rntioii sold under a )H.itiv j-uaranlee of
1,IKM that it cotitiiiiis not gmiu or
irsctiou thetcol ol p.Monoii or ilclcleii
pus stibiiKtu'ct. Imlotsctl I'v the tmt
itlrbrslctl aitilcs of the Ivric ntnl tlrs
inntic stage; recounnciiilci by cinltieiit
iihyslciiius, sml pionotmccd harmlcMi by
WISDOM'S FAMOUS RODERTINE.
ltUlhcoolv lrlatloll no urltiv rnlil"litil
lailln to pctiKlimir ItiiIiIii1 euiiilrl.ii I -k
tsir iliuioiiM lor it Kiel do not l ui.hu'ed lu Ukc
taytblns rl Iff M .! et buttle
(iiitlicr up lltoftc.
You havo about your boincs anil bsvo tlii'in nudum to IIniiiIsoius llooks.
Old hooks rctHitinil and nisilit as good s lies. We nmkit Mil kinds of
books siid hsve Hie only Jlook llimlcry In Astoria.
Will In) plcasml to submit estimates.
J. S. DFl.i.lNt.l K.
Cur. Ninth uuJ Coiiiinurcliil Sts.
P. n. Sharpie's Cream Separators
Lntnt and l!t
NEW BUSINESS LOCALS
Do you want a food meal when you
visit Portland? If so, go to tha Tort
land restaurant, 108 Washington strut.
If you want any Health Pood that,
your grocer does not have, writs Knapp
Bros. Health rood Co., East Portland,
Knapp lire. Health Food Company.
Cast Portland, carry a full line of all
th Itattle (.'reek fisnltarium Health
B. House's Cafs at Its Third street,
Portland, la regarded by many pepl
as the leading restaurant In ths Pa
Encyclopedia Brittanlca. IS vol.,
hep, 2. Itest teachers' Plbls, now,
Joe. at llyland s Ilros.' Bonk Store,
Portland. See advertisement. j
A good meal with meats rich In flavor
and one you will enjoy with a relish. Is
Just what you get at ths Creamsrls
restaurant, 371 Washington street, near
Third. Try It when you go to Portland.
If you are going up to Portland and
miss going to tha Creamerle llratau-,
rant. 271 Washington St., you may ron-1
aider that your trip will not be a sun
cess, n others will tell you, who do not
miss It. i
Builders' Heavy and Shelf Hardware, ShipChandlery, Etc.
Pacific Sheet Metal Works
Lithographing on Tin a Specialty.
San Francisco. Cal. Astoria. Ore. Falrbaven, Wash.
Writs Vm for Prloesi
Koltio-H' English and DinlneM Col
lege tit No, 411 Yamhill street. Portland.
The fufluivs for the wi-ck bring To I i . I prepared to sccommodats large,
tiumlier or pupils this year. Already'
the rlnsses are well crowded, a fact !
that Imllciite the excellent character of
tha 1'nlted Stat cm against :il lust yiMr.
and 1 In I'unudu ukuIii 2$ lust y nr.
KOUKftTS TO UK A ItKKSTKD.
SALT I.AKK, Nov. lO.-The county
attorney authorititl the Issuance of a
warrant for tomorrow for the arnil of
Hrlngham H. Roberts, congressman
el-H't, on the charge of unlawful civ
JOE LANE UBSIONS.
PORTLAND, Nov. It.-Joe Il.n Lane,
superintendent of Station A. Portland
poKtoTIce department has resigned at
the request of the depnrtimnt. It
thought the charge was inattention lo
NEW YORK. Nov. la-ltradHtrtvU.
tomorrow will say:
The strength of prices, the natural
outcome cf the past and, prent active
d"mnnd, Is Mill the loading feature of
Praise uiuleterve Is satin?
NOTICE OF REPUBLICAN PRIM
ARY CITY ELECTION.
Notice Is hereby given that there
will be a republican primary city elec
tion on the 17th day of November, 1899,
for the purpose of electing delegates
to the r'-publlcan city convention. The
Judges and polling places of sold elec
tion to be hh follows, to wit:
First ward Judges, Charles 8.
Wright, Martin Johnson and A. C.
Fisher; polling place at county court
Second ward Judges, D. II. Wdlch,
Walter Uobb and H. Carruthers; poll
ing place, Welch block.
fhlrd ward Judges, T. S. Cornelius,
Gramtris and Maxwell Young; poll
ing place, old Bchool houe.
The number of delegates to be elected
at said election being 11 from each
ward. It Is recommended by the re
publican city central committee that
said convention be held on tho 21st
day of November, W.)'.).
Said primary election to be held be-
woen the hours of 1 p. rn. and G p. m.
of said date.
JOMAN E. YOCNO,
'hairmnn Republican City Central
. P. LKINENWER-EIt. Secretary.
. THEY CUT TO FIT.
Yes they do and the style and finish
they give to me.Vg suits, rank these
gentlemen as expert practical mer
chant tailors. The material they uao
In also the very best and you will al
ways find them busy at 2G9V4 Yamhill
St., Portland. Get your next suit there,
and get It now.
OVEY & BIRCHALL
Fine work at Popnlnr Prices,
3 27 Washington Street
' Next Imperial Hotel
' PORT! AND, ORB.
Mr. N. R. Bridges, lats of I he Ellis
Prlntlnr Company of Portland, has as
umed ths management of ths Astorlan
Job printing department, and Is pre
pared to do all kinds of flrst-elasa, ac
curate, up-to-date printing. All work
Why Is Watson's restaurant rn Port
land patronized by thousands of peopls
dollyT Simply because it Is ths largest,
finest and best equipped eating resort
on ths Paclfie coast. Watson's restau
rant has sixty-eight whits employes on
its pay roil, itomsmber the location.
itf-ii Fourtn atreet.
A tailoring eatablUnmsnt of soma
pretentions, located on Washtnaton
street, Portland, claims to have mads
17 suits for dressy Astorlans daring ths
past six months. This statement Is de
nied by the firm of Povey A Blrcha.l, at
IV Washington street, near ths Im
perial hotel, who are patronised by ths
great majority of outside customers.
Povey & Blrchall make the swell suits
for moat of the stylish Portlanders. and
ftel that they are not excelled by any
rortiana nrm ror out or town patronage.
All kinds of reading! There Is only
one place we know of in Portland
where you can find all th latest books
and phamplets on the most advanced
thought of the day, many books on sub
jects of advanced up to date topics not
to be found In other book stores can
be obtained here. It is worth your
while to call when In Portland and see
for yourself. Jones, 291 Alder St.,
IMPROVED TOURIST SLEEPERS,
Railroads Are Acceding to Demands of
Middle Classen Who Want Better
In response to the demands of the
times the O. R. A N. and Its connec
tions are placing In operation a much
better grade of tourist tleepers for Pa-
ciris const service than at any previous
time. The largely Increased tralflc to;
this section of the country has demand
ed all the Improvements of latter-day
transportation, and In consideration of
this the railroads are establishing a!
service which Is excellent In every par-,
tlcular. Not only are the wlshe of
first-class passengers served, but thoss
who are traveling to and from the East I
on second-rlnsa tickets are splendidly j
cnreil for. There was a time when a j
tetirl-'t sleeper nppealed to a limited
number of people who were traveling
on the "cheap" order, In every meaning
of the term. Now, however, there hasi
been a rndlcal chance. With the bet-1
tr tourist sleepers In operation the.
class of passengers has bfen Improved,:
and one may now travel upon themi
and enfriy all the privileges of a first-j
class sleeper at a greatoly reduced rate. (
Dally, on the O. U. ft N. east-bound i
fast mall, Is attached one of thcae 1st-1
est Improved tourist sleepers, a model j
of bcauly and handsome appointments.
The new cars are almrst an exact;
counterpart of the first-class sleepers. !
Ono noticeable feature of the new
tourist cars Is th absence of a smoking
apartment. The new cars being built I
by the Pullman Company are not pro- j
vldcd with smoking apartments. This;
new departure has been taken Decauaei
of the fact that most through trains;
are provided with composite cars, which ,
provide a smoker for the sleeping-car
(lem Zealand fin Insurance Go
Of New Zealand.
W. P ThomnH, Mgr., Son Frnnclnco.
UNLIMITED LIABILITY OF SHAREHOLDER.
Subscribe Capital $3,000,000
raid-Up Capital 1,000,000
AsscU . . . . . 2,045,114
Assets in United States . 300,000
Surplus to Policy Holders r-s . 1,718,702
Has been Underwriting on the Tacific CoaBt over Twentv-two years,
SAHUEL ELMORE & CO.,
Reeident Agcnte, Astoria, Oregon
R. F. Elmore
W. H. Harrison
ONLY niHKCT LINE
Connecting at Astoria with tha Oregon HnilroaJ & Navigation Go. aiwl
also the Astoria A Columlna Hirer It. li. lor Han Francisco, Portland
and all points east- For freight ami passenger rates apply t
HartiMol Elmore A Co.
COHK t CO Agents,
General Agonts, AHT01UA, OUE.
Oregon llull roar Navigation Co.,
A. C. 11 It C rOltTLAND, Ors.
YOUNG MAIN I
Tour look, I. II on you. Ctn kop ll
went wlili.. Iitfur. h', ik Uu
so anil r. or wrli, lo In!, old (jun
ior. II, liiu bn trraiini ,uch cjia,
for nvar 20 y.Hr,, ,nj 11 pffrta'tly
r.llahl,. FurnlBiiit, hi, own n'J o!n
nil 1,11, no itlra,
or Ihe oil SI. louli Mrillral ,n4
Nursli'sl lli"ii,ry, S.'Ui Vamiilll
irrn, 1'orllsriil. Or., poililvaly nu,r
anir.s lo cur,.
PPIVATF ri'ii"'. Thl, dnclor fuar,nni, to ?nra ,ny
rniTi-tii. fw ()f H1llli uonorrh.x,,, oimi. dT cIuk-,
run, no r)irTi-rince now long itnndlni. Hpermntor-iova,
l.n.ii rt MnnlhHjd or NlRlnly Kmltwlon,, cured parmjn.nt
Iv 'Ilia htitili of HHf.Abuia rrreciuolly cured In a ai'ort
YDIINfi MFN n,lf "rora and follla, of voulh i-wn h
i wunu mui relldlnl, and thl, old ilooinr will rlva ou
whiiiftim advlea and cura you-niuka you perfectly airuif
and l.?alihy. You will b, amaKiTd ai hi, lurrpH, in curlhs
Hinn.iiiinhora. Hrmlnal loaa,,, Nlihlly Kinuilom, an!
Pntli-nt trnaiwl In any pari of Hit cnuniry Uy lila r.om,
tyatim. Writ, full particulars, IncliHM lu Zo atam.ia, and
ha mil anw,r you promptly, Hundred, Irtaltd at him,
ho art unable "o com, lo Hi, ally,
TjIm t Clear botll, al bedllmt and urlnata n tha tcttla,
Ml uiuia and look St II In tha mornln. If It la tlo'idy or
!. a cloudy ultllng In It, you hav. Km xldnay cr blaodar
1l,.a, and thould b attended to before rou (at an ntur
nbl ulanaM, aa hundred, dla enry y,ax from Llrlahl'a dli
mi, nt Kldntya.
JIEALS LIKE AT HOME.
Wl.cn you are In Portlan4 and want
a really good home meal, just give Mr.
Prown a trial, 108 Fourth St., near
Washington. Tou will like it surely.
This restaurant Is open all night.
Mormon Hi HOP' PHIa lv been lit um om jo yens by the laliiri ol th Hormat
Orarch uk it i .i.jwti. l'iMUciy ctif Itit wntl lt. olJ inj yvurvr nlng from tffc
Ol aii-ai'UM, uiiaiMimo, vmwi, vr ei kiut-xd'mi 1f4
mrum, rnimaiataa oi
, win a
curat lost Msnnood. Im.
potsnoy, loat rowtc, Njitnt-Lots, BDarmatorrnoaa insomnia, Falna
In Back, tll pttlrnp, mlnql Smlaalona, lamq BHOV, Htrvput Da
blllty, Handaoht.Undtnaaa to Marry, iota of luman. ViloooJ.
Odnt'lpmlon, Stout QulcKno.4 of Ola Erf 11 churat. atdoa Ntr
a TwItOhlng Of Kyalldi. uu.ttfi Immeiluia. ip 1, ,S IiiImhiiID ind )incy, B,
funiinrii. Ixnr ,it u.,T 11 a cut la at hnnil, I J rl 1 Kiliwei am.ll. Hn'teTslopaa
wkla tad dnrva ccnlcra, tnc a Imt . t (' I. n lir null. tWiiaal A wrlllea ntrtnlM. la ma
nlra, tnc 1
Clnulan Adtlraaa- ltrioo Ramtdv Co., Ban Pranolaaa. Oak
For Salt br CHAJUJC8 ROUKRA.