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THE MORNING ASTORIAN. THURSDAY, JJLY IftOJ
Telephone, Main 8SL
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Bent mail, per year., ....$4.00
Bent by mall, per month .......... 60
eervca oy carrier, per noma
lent by mail, per year, m advance U 00
The A ii tor Ian guarantees to it ad
vertiser the 1 arrest circulation cf any
newspaper published on the Columbia
River. . ,.
AMAZON OP NORTH AMERICA.
In the pamphlet published by the O.
R. & ' N. Company,- an extensive de
scription is given of Astoria, speaking
of It as the Air.aion of North America.
Ye this olty Is the only one of, Im
portance that Is excluded from the
bomeseekers' rates. Why this should
be, iseema to be a mystery and con
sidered by most people an act of in
justice. Should not a city of the fol
lowing description have the same ad
vantage as Its neighbors?
At the mouth of the Columbia, " The
Amoxon of North America"; where the
greatest river on the western side of
the new world empties into the great
est ocean on the globe, "where river,
rail and ocean meet." Terminus of
Lewis and Clark's marvelous expedi
tion In 1S05, and their camping place
for four months. Settled by John Ja
cob Aster's fur-traders In April, 1S1I,
it wxu the first American settlement
on the fouiflc coast, and all its early
history was a tragic romance. It Is
the second city In Oregon in sixe and
Importance. Its harbor. Is the finest
on the Western coast of the continent,
securely land-looked, and ample to
furnish anchorage for all the navies of
the world. The biggest ship -that sails
the seas' can steer straight in. and lie
alongside of any dock or warehouse
of the city's three miles of deep-water
frontage. Astoria is the headquarters
of the Columbia river salmon fisher
ies, which, since the first cannery was
established thirty-odd years ago. have
yielded nearly JSO.OOO.OOO: the pack last
year having, been 250,000 cases of 48
pounds each, worth 11,375.000. besides
200,000 boxes and barrels of frozen
fish, shipped east and abroad, and
worth $ 000,000. The city has twelve
churches; five public schools, including
a high school; a fine public Ifbrary;
four newspapers, three of them dal
lies; an admirable fire department,
with three steam fire-engines, chemical
and hose wagons, electric alarms and
ail modern appliances; a well-man-"aged
hospital; a theater, and lodges
of all the leading fraternal orders;
six salmon canneries and four cold
storage plants; three saw-mills, wiih
a capacity of 150.000 to 200, M feet a
day; iron works, foundry, planing
mills, box factories, machine shops,
and fan factories; three banks with
from 1,000,000 to 1.2-',000 of d-posits
and a number of mercantile houses
whoise business runs from J100.000 to
3200,000 a year. It is surrounded by
vast forests of valuable timber, and
lands that, with 'he most careless
cultivation, yield immense crops of
grain, grass, fruit and vegetabl?s.
AH the famous beach rewrts on both
sides of the Columbia are wtthin a few
miles, and the city itself is both a
summer sml winter resort of no or
The 'Astorians have been successful
In every enterprise so far and will, if
the proper Influence 1 brought to bear,
succed in getting this extension which
Is nothing more than IU deserved
MORE THAN BEAUTY
The Camjxinlle of St. Marks in Ven
ice, wfc4v feu on Ifjnday, vms 322 ft
les than the hfilpht (it the Washing
ton monument. Rut If tho )at shall
stand to attain the Campanile c:eut
age 1014 ytars It can never 'do the
bijsln;-sa"; that the Venetian shaft did
in sueb great variety, or wive so
many different purposes. They used io
build monuments In Italy for some
thing else than merely to look nt.
MAT BE WORTH THE COST.
The Chicago freight handlers' strike
' has ended In a victory for the rail
roads, and the Btrlker are happy to
got to work again. We are glad that
that they are happy, but It seems as
it they would have to be happier If
they had not lost wage to the amount
of several million dollar through
h?m ' His established. tdp
thousands of f Egj
women, that ' Dr. mj a?SS
fSP ' Pierce's Favorite
Science is the foe of sickness. It is fighting sickness in all its forms
and conquering it. Wherever there is a widely prevalent disease of speciaj
malignity science enters the field against it. It was the prevalence of
womanly diseases which led Dr. Pierce to investigate the cause of ailments
peculiar to women, and to seek a means of cure which might be put within
the reach of every woman in the land. The result of Dr. Tierce's scien
tific studies and experiments was he production of Dr. Tierce's Favorite
Prescription, a medicine with a record of cures of womanly ills which is
without a parallel in the history of medical science. The fact of these
cures is attested by hundreds of tltousands of women. The permanence
of the cures is proven by gratefti women who after a lapse of years write
in such terms as these : "It is no a several years since I used Dr. Tierce's
Favorite Prescription. I have had no return of my trouble. I am a
healthy, happy woman, thanks t Dr. Pierce and his medicines." There
are people who say that such cures are imaginary The women who are
cured don't think so. They know there was nothing imaginary about the
backache, weakness and nervousness from which they suffered. They
know that there was nothing in-aginary about the scales which told con
stantly of a loss of flesh, nothing imaginary about the mirror which
showed the hollowed cheek and dulled eyes. Above all they know that
there was nothing imaginary about the bills they paid for medicines and
doctors without receiving any benefit.
There is also nothing imaginary to them about the result of the use of
"Favorite Prescription. " No ni re pain, no more backache or headache.
No more nervousness and sleeplessness. That's not imaginary. And
there's one solid fact which there is no getting away from because it is
written in solid flesh and can be weighed in ounces and pounds, and that
is the gain of lost flesh which ; commonly follows the use of " Favorite
Prescription,'1 together with the restoration of a clear complexion and a
"I had female trouble for eight rears," writes Mrs. L. J. Dennis, of 828 East Col
lege Street, Jacksonville, Ills. "Wot'ls cannot express what I suffered. sought
relit among the medical profession tad found none, Frieuds urged me to try Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. When I commenced taking this medicine I weighed
ninety-five pounds. Now I weigh one hundred and fifty-six pounds more than I ever
weighed before, I was-so bad I would lie from day to day and long for death to come
and relieve my suffering. I had internal inllainm'atiou, a disagreeable drain, bearing
down pain, ana such distress even- month but now I never have a pain do all my own
work, and am a strong and healthy woman."
"In the spring of 1900 I became very ill, writes Mrs. Alviena Scholtz, of Lake
Washington, LeSueur Co., Minn.; "my back was very weak and ached so that I could
do no work at all, so I was obliged to take to my bed. I wrote to Dr. Pierce and
he sent me a very kind letter and advised me to take his ' Favorite Prescription ' and
'.Golden Medical Discovery.' I took six bottles of each and am a well woman now
I cannot say enough in favor of Dr Pierce's medicines,
"I wrote to you for advice, February 4th, 1896 writes Mrs. Lonia H.ilstead, of Clare
more, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory. " I was racking with pain from the back of
my head down to my heels. Had hemorrhages for weeks at a time, and was unable to
sit up for ten minutes at a time. You answered tny letter, advised me to use your
valuable medicines, viz: Dr. Herce's Favorite Prescription and ' Golden Medical Dis
covery,' and 'Pleasant Pellets,' also pave advice about injections, bath and diet To
my surprise, in four months from the time I began your treatment I was a well woman
and have not had the backache since, and now I put in sixteen hours a day at hard
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Presci iption is a scientific remedy for the cure of
womanly ills. It restores regul irity and dries the drains which weaken
women. It heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness.
It is invaluable as a tonic for weik, worn-out, run-down women, restoring
them to perfect health and strength.
Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter, free. All
letters are held as strictly private and sacredly confidential. Address
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
misjudgment of facts and probabili
ties. However, the lesson as to the
ne-(Msity of wise leadership may be
'.vorth the cost.
LUCK IN THIRTEEN.
By sending 13 miles Wm. Spirey, of
Waiion Furnace, Vt., got a box of
Bucklen'n Arnica Salve, that wholly
icurt-1 a horrible fever sore on his leg.
; NotUIng else could. Positively cures
! Bruises. Felons, Ulcer, Eruptions,
Bfjlli, Burns, Corns, and Piles. Only
23c. Guaranteed by Charles Rogers,
A flirtin? girl is like a child play
ing with fire. Borne day she gets
burnt. , t
STARTLING, BUT TRUE.
"If everyone knew what a grand
medicine Dr. King's New Life Pills
la,"-writes D. H. Turner, of Dempsey
lown, Pa., "you'd sell all you have In
a day. Two weeks' use has made a
new man of me." Infallible for con
stipation, stomach and liver troubles.
25c at Charles Rogers' drug store.
Many a noble-hearted young woman
today rests under a cloud because
some low-down sneaking, unmitigated
scoundrel has told ft lie about her
It is established K
by the testimony
of thousands of
women, that Dr.
and Sick Worn-
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Address! Dr. AV V. PIERCE, Buffalo, N. Y.
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World on Fire" by Murat Halstead.
Burning mountains In American In
people, startling history of appalling
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big illustrated pages, only $1.50. High
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cents for postage. The Dominion Co.,
Dept. L, Chicago.
Flirtation Is playing with the most
sucred instinct oGd has placed in the
Foley' Kidney Cure purifies the
blood by straining out impurities and
tones up the whole system. Cures
kidney and bladder troubles. For sale
by Frank Hart, Druggist.
When a man says life Is not worth
livimt he acknowledge himself a fool
by trying to live It
A STARTLING SURPRISE.
Very few could believe in looking at
A. T. Hoadley, a healthy, robust black
smith of Tllden, Ind., that for ten years
he suffered such tortures from Rheu
matism as few could endure and live.
But a wonderful change followed his
taking Electric Bitters. "Two bot
wholly cured me." he writes, "and
I have not felt a twinge in over a.
year." They regulate the kidneys, puri
fy the blood and cure Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Nervousness, improve di
gestion and give perfect health. Try
them. Only S0o at Charles Rogers'
pay expense of
TREAT YOUR KIDNEYS
Whfn you are suffering from rheu
matism, the kidneys must be attend
ed to at once so that they will elimi
nate the uric acid from thta blood.
Foley's Kidney Cure is the most ef
fi r tivc remedy for this purpose. R. T.
Hopkins, of Polar, Wis., says: " After
uiiFucceyfully doctoring for three
vwirs for rheumsttlsm with the best
doctor?, I tried Foley's Kidney Cure
ii nd it cured me. I cannot speak too
hifthly of this (front nvdlr-lne." For
salo ly Frank Hart, druggist.,
It is xald that the Kultan of Ruin
has no hair on his head. No wonder
the old reprobate in bald-headed. He
has 12 wives.
BRONCHITIS FOR TWENTY YEARS
Mrs. Minerva Smith, of Danville, III.,
writes: "I had bronchitis for twenty
years and never got relief until I used
Foley's Honey and Tar, which Is a
wire cure." Sold by Frank Hart.
t 7iTi'?rr" i".Tiii'i l..itta lmim
'"' CKICHKSTKIi'K llNUM.Hif
jr -Titf wllM,lrllti. 'ink older. Ittfaft.
11 9 3 laerMM HalMtltutltin. an lailta
I (u M"" tin 9t ytur MriMrgiM, r uA 4. ti
I W Jf tunc , P.rtUalafv. Ttlfsli
X 13 .fcl "llclf.r rrl.nrtlrpfaMMrlt,7 ra.
Inra Hull. in.nnoTwuiuBlai. Brtlbf
aU Dtuu. :ulrkaMr I h.aW (!,
fwt. HalaM Saaara, fMllXTr;
NO RVIrfSK CLAIMS. ,
Tli proprietor of Foley's Honey
,lktt Tar ilii not a.K-ei'tlM this AS - a
j"u rur for consumption." They
iU not claim It will our this dread
comi'luliit n advanced ca."tn, but do
lv-uiv v art that It will cur In
til' earlln' atajivM and never fulls to
irlv comfort Hurt tnlUf In thi worst
eav. Foloy'a Hwmy and Tar Is with
out doubt ttw (rroatost throat and limit
rniHly, Rerun substitutes, fold by
Frank Hart, druirtttst.
You can't' always Jttdnre a man's pi
ot y by his patitn Mux out t tlu
knoes. tuny be a crap slioo'.i'r.
ASLEEP AMID FLA MBS.
Hroaklntf Into a biasing hm'. some
flreimm lately ditinrsvd tln slix,iln In
mates from dih. Fancied security,
and death near. It's that way whn
you nojtliH't couirhs and odds, Ivut'l
do It. lr, Klnit'a Now Discovery tor
iVnsumntlrtn kIv protection uint
all Throat, Chtst mid Irnxsr Trouble.
Kwp It nenr and avoid 'aulTorlmt
dalh, and doctor's bills. A tpoon
ful stops a, lAto eouirh. prl(ent use
th most stubborn. l(ntmiNi and nice
tasting, It' guwantHd to satisfy by
Charles Roger. PrW We and l.,
Trial bottles fre.
Agent for Martlnlqut disaster; t.'O
dollar ft month, or SO per cent com
mission: sample book free. American
Wholesale Co.. 3M Wabash Ave., Chi
Sound kidneys are afeBtiirds of
life. Make the kidney heutthy with
Foley's Kidney Cure.Sold by Frank
If It 1s a fact that (lie sin nt
follow hi progeny, old Adam must
h;ve been a whlsier.
When vhir niedlelnes have failed,
take Foley' Kidney Cure. It baa cur
ed when everything olse ha dlip-
niiimi. rw sate ty fratiK Hurt,
The dtlde U'hn reirln hi hulr In
mtildle Iitoki tike he mlht lie m.u-.i
at home In petticoat than In poms.
.V. R. Ras. of Xfiirtf ml, , ten
had to get up ten or twelve times In
the ttlirlit ami tin, I e-ere tt!iika,.)A n,i
i(Hiis in the kidney. Was cured by
r me)- Mtiney cure. rr milo by
Frank Hart, druggist,
WaKi liUx, llttkuitlb ni aVrkr
FIK.7T-CLA33 WjQRK AT
Special Attention Olven to Ship ard
SUambott Repalrlng,Oenral Black
smithing. Ftrst-CUta Horse
rcORNER TWELFTH AND DUANB
G. 01, Barr, Dentist
578 Commercial St., Astoria, Or.
TELEPHONE RED KM.
J. A. FASTABEND
CHAS. W. HOLMES
BRINii YOUR HOR3E3 TO
AN EXPERT HORSESItOER.
SHOP ON DUANE STREET.
OPPOSITE CITY HALL
Central Meat Market
642 COMMERCIAL ST.
Your order for
FRESH AND SALT
Will t promptly in d
itixlmitorlly (tfendrd to
3. W. MORTON. Prop.
Telephone No. 121.
Cbristensen . & Co.,
518 COMMERCIAL STREET.
Scott's 5antaI-Pepsin Capsules
P'r Inflammation or Catarrh
of lb' IliMlilrrand Dlacitmid
Kidney, tin cure no pay,
l'ur quickly and fcriua
nrntly lb. worftt mum of
(Naiiarrhori. and lilmt,
no mallrrof titiw Umg il.nd.
Inr. Abaoluiely barmlo
flltlfl I.W ,l.....l... (.,
JI.S0, or hy umll jkMmIiL
THE SAHTAL-PIPBIN CO..
tT ' S'ltCSONTAINC, OHIO,
Sold by Cha. Rogers, 450 CommeroU
al Street Astoria, Oregon.
Installing and Repairing
Tho Host" ICtuiippod Shoit in
Oregon Outeiilo of rortlimd
Has Just Boon Oponod nt
AH IIOND ; BT.
Estimates Made on
Of ah Kinds.
Supplies Kept in Stock
AtfenU lor tho Celebrated
Ut Under tli Sun
II. W.CYHUS, . M'Ur
FRAEL & COOK
DRAYING AND EXPRESSING
All good shlpptd to our ear
Will rclvt special ttttntton.
No. MS Dun 8t. W. J COOK. Mgr.
C. J. Trenchard
IniursntM Comnil!on and Balpplng.
A-nl Wll Faro and
clilc tpref Cnmpanla. Cu- .
torn Houe Broker.
Df. T. It. Ball
S2I Common.-lal 8trt Astoria, Or.
Dr, Matthew Patton
Removed to M3 Commercial Bt.
Ov.sr IVtwjon A Hrwn Bho 8tor.
KKAIAl.K AM) I'RIVATE DI9
KA8.CS A BPI-X'IAI.TT.
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
:") a.m.il'ortlund Union
7:u4p,m.pot for Atorla and,
'2:30 p.m. (way point.
7:4ja.m.jFor Portland and ll:S0.rn.
HO 30 p.m.
Astoria 'for War-' 7.40a.m.
renton Flavel, ft
Kiuldu for War
Stevens, and As
toria. 12:80 p.m.
Ia,lly except Saturday.
Alt train make oloae connection at
(icible with all Northern Paoldo trains
to nnd from the Et and Bound
points. J. C. MAYO.
Own I Freiitht and Pa. Agent
..Portland - istoria louie.
STR. "BAILEY GATZERT."
Daily round trip except 8undy.
Uavo Portland 7 a, m.
Leave Astoria 7 p. m.
'i'lirouKh Portland oonneotlon with
steamer Nabcotta from Ilwaco and
Long Reach Point.
Wiilte Collar Un tickets Inter,
chwigeable with O. R. & N. Co. and
V. T. Co. ticket.
The Dalles Route
STR. " TAH0MA,"
Dally tripe except Sunday.
" Str. "TAHOMA"
Leave Portland Mon., Wed., FT1., 7 a. m.
Leave Dalles, Tue., Thur., Bat., 7 a. m.
Lv. Portland Tue,, Thur., Bat., 7 a, m.
Lv. Ialles, Mon., Wed., Frl., 7 a. m.
Landing at foot of Alder Street, Port
Roth Phones, Main 3.11.
John M. Fllloon,
A. J. Taylor,
The Dalles, Ore.
Hood River, Ore.
White Salmon, Wn.
,' Stevenion, Wn.
J. J. Luckey,
Wolford & Wyera,
J. C. Wyatt,
a 13. Ullbretb,
John M. Totton,
Henry Olmstesd, ,
3, W. CRICHTON, Portland Oregon.
and Union Pacing
:00 a, in.
( So i. m.
ington St. Paul
t p. m.
Vi, worm, uim
h Kiiimi City
Bt. Iuli. Chtoago
rt. Worth. Oma
ha. Kan. City.
St. Louis, Cbloagu
Hi. I'sui, Duiuta
cago nd Bast
Tl hour from Portland to Cbloaffc
N Chang of Car. ' -
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE-
Alt aalllnc date
object to chant
For Han KrnuU-
en every fly dsy
To Portland and
Htwuner Nation to I pave Aalort on
tide dally r Ilwaco. eonimciliix titer
with train for Izmir Uoanh, Tlojr and
North Iteiu-h point, Returning ar
rive at At-rl am evening,
O. W. lUN8BI5JtnT, Agent.
A. U CIUIO. " "
anri pnnRr Anent,
p I I IU I
IVnot. Plfth anil
rving at. Portland Arrive
Train for Balem,
land, ' Bacramanto.
Ogden, Ban Fran-17: a am
ciwo, Hojav. Loe
Anao. K paao,
(dally except Bun.
train connects with
wain ror Mt. An.
Natron, and evee
Ing train for Mt.
Angrl and Bllvr
ton. 7:30 a.mj
Corvallii paaten. I.M p.m
Hherldun paen- l;tt.m
J FT- I
IIHilly etrept Htinday
Rebata rl,.ti.f n. ... n .....
land, Bavrarnento and Ban Francloo,
Net rat. II7.W flrt clasa. without
berth and 114.00 second claw, Including
Ratea and ttcbaia in P...-.-
and Kuropr. Alio Japan. China, Hono-
,u,u .,,u Australia, i.'an be obtained
v a H.-hlihng, Third and Wah
Piingr depot tool of Jefferson Bt.
wsve mr uewego dally at 7:20. :4
a. m.; 1J:J0. 1:85 1:25, :1. :28. 1:06,
11:30 p. m. and 4 oo n m m u.m.i.w
Only. Arrlva at Pnrlln4 .1 .a...
J 30. M0:50 a. m.; 1:34. :. :, :I0.
. av, m.w n, m.: u:o , m, dll except
Mondavi 1:30 and 10:4 a. m. on Sun
Leave for Dallas dally except Sun
day at 4:80 n m irriu. . . d. n .. a
- - r ... mi rut uanu
at 0:30 a. m.
Passenxer train leave Dall.ia for
Airlee Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day at 2:45 p. m. Return Tuedys,
iiiuipu.ji ana Baiurasys,
It. B. MILLER,
Qen. FN. and Pas. Agt,
JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT
tOWAHO MIOS, M.NAOI
I'irst ClaHJi U p;t o-D a t e Work
UNION I.AIIOR ONI.V
"I Id v a rooaler for lew tli!iiK one
I, the krnw Hint Ir In Iilm, and tlio
other Ir, tho Hpiirs tliut sir on him
to tink up his Icrnw wltli,"
Astorian Publishing Co.
Tenth and Commercial Sts.
l'honc 66i Astoria, Or.
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