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THE OliLGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. WEDNESDAY . EVENING, APRIL 4., ISO?.
T5AKI70 T ATI CI!.
S. I SENATOR Jane I
Sscajre Tiokota jrew.
IS "F R E E! TO YOP ;
THE LONGER THE LESSER A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY
' After many years of study and praetiee a eromment Virginia physician has discovered
the cure (or all forms of Const.patioa. It Is called Cbsae s Cottlpstton 1 ablet. "I do
not mean, said tbe Virsiwa Doctor to several of his onll sus aaavuneing his success
Hhat this is s fake cure-all. guaranteed to cure every thing from pimples to paralyaia,
neither do I mgan fuu anothei pill which breeds the pill hsblt;" my remedy Is a cure for-
. ' 1
British Bark Muskoka, Which Waa Chartered Yeaterday.
TILL TAKE -GOATS
Angoras to Be Fed on Byprb
ducts of Flour Mill to Be
! . Built ear There.
THEY.ARE EXPECTED TO V?
PAY BETTER THAN HOGS
When Mill la in Operation Flour
Shipment! From Portland May Be
Curtailed but Increaae in Lumber
Ezporta WiU Make Upor Loaa.
. Fer ' experimental purposes a ' small
dock of Angora' goats will be shipped
te Hongkong on the -oriental liner. Ara
bia, scheduled to sail (or; the far east
Saturday. The animals were pur
chased from a southern Oregon farmer
.by A. H. Bennle, who - la building
large flour mill near Hongkong. '.. In
-connection with the mill he Intends to
operate a farm, comprising several
"hundred mores, - and - he wants r animals
, for eating the by-products, such ak
" bran and shorts. ;
.. if : the 'goats prove, profitable it Is
Mr. Kennie s Intention to Increase his
. flock to 600 or 600. all of which will be
. boirght In Oregon. A letter received
from him states that he believes thy
.will be mora profitable than hogs. In
(parte of .the orient, it is explained, goats
miia is usea esieneireiy. ior maicing
cheese -end .the Englishmen Over, there,
particularly, value it highly. This will
be the first shipment of goats ever
mad across the Pacific from Portland
The flour mill will be the only one of
any consequence In the far east.' Its
daily capacity will be equivalent to that
of any mill on the Pacific -coast, and
when it la in running order local ex
porters are of the opinion that the
shipments of flour from Portland will
be materially curtailed. . ; . 'V -
Oregon lumber is also in greater de
mand In Japan and China than It has
ever, been. When the flour business
falls off. It is the opinion of shippers
that the lumber trump will more than
make ud 'for the loss, sustained. More
than half, a .million feet of lumber will
be taken out on the Arabia. It will
be delivered to Importers at Yokohama,
Kobe and Hongkong. Officials of the
..Portland at Asiatic Steamship . com
pany were also requested- to reserve
,spac on their freighters for the ship
ment of an additional half million feet
ton the vessels which will call In May,
, June nod July.- -
' The last shipments will go to Toko-
'hama and Kobe. It Is explained that
mora building operations are, underway
at the Japanese ports than ever before
In tbelr . history. Aside from the ex
' tensive ddck improvements-being--mBdo,
H is said that manylarge-v business
blocks are being erected and nearly all
of the lumber needed for tbem will be
procured In Portland. - 1
( MUST WAIT FOR CREW.
' ftrlttsfc Ship oiaekmanaMskire Baa Tout
. - , , Seamen. sTeeds Blerea More.
i. ' Having completed her lumber cargo
- for Port rtrie last evening, the Brltlalt
. ship Clackmannanshire will move down
the river this afternoon as far as St.
'Johns, where sji will drop anchor and
wait for a crew. She has four men on
board, and is in need of 11 more. It is
feared that she will be obliged to re-
;nln Idlr In port for a week or so.- She
has ton board, close to 1.600.060 feet of
fir. which Is .being dispstched by the
American Trading company. The. Brit
ish bark Balmore and American bark
. Harry Morse have slso completed their
lumber cargoes and are waiting for sea
men. . ' . ' '
The sklpprs are anxiously awaiting
the news of the arrival of some other
. -vessel from Europe an hope that they
may be able to get some of the tars
she will bring. - The German ship Emi
lia Is due from Shields, t England, by
way of the Faulkland Islands. When
he was off the mouth of the Columbia
; river the captain or the French bark
Franoota d' Ambots thought he sighted
tier, but he said this morning that he
believes that he was mistaken. - Had the
stranger been tbe Emllle, he says, she
undoubtedly would have been in the
ylver by Jhls time. : He now thlnka
H munt have been some other . craft
bound fdn Puget sound. -.
h. The first jihlp arriving with a large
number of sailors will be pounced upon
as soon ' as ' she drops anchor In' the
stream by representatives of the cap-
uiuu, om.otr sW
Immediately rallevea hoarse, croupy
fough; "oppressed, rattling, rasping ai!
Alflloult. breathing. Hfnry C, atearns,
drugglnt, Bhullsburg. Wis., writes. May
10. 102: "I have been selling Hal
lard's Horehound Syrup for two yesrs
and have never had a 'preparation that
Jee given better ssUsfiwtlon. I notice
that when I sell , a bottle they ome
bark for mora. I can hnnently recom
mend It." 25c. EOo and fl.00. Bold by
Woodurd, Clarke Co,
tains, who are anxious to secure crews.
If the situation doea not soon change
thre is suid to be no doubt that there
will be a big Increase In the wage scale
paid to the ordinary aeamen.
SWIFT SHIP CHARTERED.
British Bark Mnskoka, breaker ef Bee-
ords. Will Bring Cargo of Cement. '
On of the swiftest ships afloat, tho
British bark Muskoka. was chartered
by the J, McCrscken company yesterday
to load cement at" Hamburg for Portland.-
She sailed from Antofogasts- for
the German port on January It and is
about due there. . Soon-aft er r her arrival
she will begin taking on a cargo for the
Columbia river. It is thought that she
will be-here -about September 1, lust' at
thq time that tonnage will be in demand
for taking care of the new grain crop.
Captain -Albert-Crows of Portland (s
one of tbe principal owners of tha Mus
koka. - Foryars he was master of her
and it waa then that tha craft . made
some remarkable passages. On a num.
ber of occasions she made new world's
records, which she still' holds. One of
the. smartest 'passages she ever made
was from the Paclflo coast to the
United Kingdom, covering tha distance
In less than 100 ' days. She has slso
made a fine showing In the run between
Portland and Auatralia, lowering the
record. V Waterfront men who know the
ehlp say they would not be surprised
to see her complete the voyage from
Hamburg to Portland In considerably
less than four mpnths. It takes the
average sailing vessel from five to
eight months. , , -
The Muskoka is a sister ship of the
British - bark Oweenee, -which was at
Portland early In the winter., She sallej
from the mouth of the river -on Januarv
bound for the United Kingdom with
a cargo of grain. She is-in. command
of Captain Bnrchell, Who is also noted
for getting all of ttur speed out of .a
vessel, that she is capable -of makings
Word of .ner arrlvarat Qurehatown is
expected to ba received any day. . ,
NEARLY READY TO PUMP.
. i. "''J f- ' ' -
wnsa Cement Patching atardeas, Blder'i
Sold WIU Be Cleared of watsr.'.
When the wrecking firm now encased
in, the work of raising the Elder -gets
her in shape for pumping water front
the hold. ' Captain Spencer Is thtnklnx
seriously of running sn excursion from
roriiana aown to uodis witn the stesm
er Charles R. Spencer. . .
Pumping water from the Elder will
be the real test. The owner of the ves
sel has been besieged with questions
from people all over the city as to when
this part of the orogram la going to
be carnea out
All of the holes found In ths hull if
the Elder have been stopped ; with ce
ment, but ths mixture has to stand a
few days until it becomes hardened be
fore any attempt la made .to lift ths
vessel from the rocks. " By pumping hir
out it is believed by the contractor that
she will lift of her own accord. It is
said that the bow may be raised first
and. partly repaired before the rest of
the vessel is lifted. Those who have
been at Goble lately ssy there Is no
doubt that the Elder will soon be afloat.
1 JTRIPJN FORTY HOURS. .
Columbia ' Passengers ' Ba Bouts to
Triseo Spend Only One Bight at Sen.
It took the steamer Columbia Just 40
hours to make-the trip from Astoria to
San - Francisco, "arriving there -at 10
o'clock last night. While this Is not a
record run It , to said to ha-the best
passage of the season; She left Astoria
at ( o'clock Tuesday 'morning and the
passengers had to spend only one night
at aea. Heretofore they have been two
nights on the wster.
During the past few days ths weather
conditions off the- cosst have been ideal
and all of the coasters hare been mak
ing fine paasages. No delay has been
experienced at the bar. -(
Two Qnartsrsoaes Used by Bagtneefe
on Wve Columbia Also Sold.
George Wlthrow of Arlington bought
a t gasoline . Isunch yesterdsy from the
government which was used by the
United States engineers In making sur
veys of ths opper Columbia r4vr. He
paid 12S for the craft. The two quarter
boats also used by the engineers on the
upper river were sold to I.. P. Kermache
of Umatilla for $125 apiece. Ths boats
have been tying; at Celilo slnca the com
pletion of the survey: Tho- vessels
commanded a higher price than tha engi
neers had expst-tea they would. It is
supposed that the new owners Intend to
dispose of them to tha contractors who
are building tho north bank road. -
GIVEN TRIAL TRIP.
Bew Snag-boat Biathlons Provss Past-
Will Operate ea Vype Bivsr. .
With a number of United States en-
nrlneers on board, the new- government
anagboat Mathloma waa given a trial
trip this morning. She was taken up
tho river as far as Oregon City and re
turned about noon. ' Until after the June
rise, she probably will be tied up at the
moorings opposite St Johns.
.Those who made the trip on the craft
declare that she ran smoothly and fully
irp-to expectations. While sh wss not
bnl it for speed, It Is claimed thst- she
ktms alongshout as fsst as the ma
jority pf the tu ghosts on the river.
She wtll be used for removing snags
from, the chsnnel of tho opprf Willam
ette, .taking tho plsce of the old boat
which bore the same name. , If funds
ware available it ia probable that she
would b placed in service ; at , once.
When given tbo trial run thia morn
ing she was in charge of Captain Tyler,
master of the steamer Arago. snolher
government boat ' r"
The hull of tho Mathloma was built
at the Supple shipyards. She Is -much
longer and wider than tha old craft
Whpn laden .with all of tho apparatus
that she wilt have to handle, It Is be
lieved she will be able to go to almoat
any point desired on the upper river
during tho low- wster stags, .
ALONG THE WATERFRONT.
As soon as her cargo of cement has
been discharged,' the French bark' Gen
eral Neumayer will be placed on the
drydock for cleaning and painting. She
wilt be the second Frsnchman lifted this
Tha ofd Love flour mllUplant which
ras been standing Idle nesr Ellsworth
Isnding, on tho Wsshlngton side f the
Columbia river, about it miles -from
Portland, is being put In ehspe for oper
ation. . It will be running In less than
two weeks.'- '-.'.
-- 'At Pierce, -porser for yearo on th
st earn era lone, Jeasis Hark Ins and other
river boats, haa purchased a controlling'
Interest -in tho Wsshougal creamery st
Washougal, Washington. He will, quit
steamboatlng and devote his entire tlmo
to his new business.
In ' week or ten days the . British
steamship Oceano is ' expected to ar
rive at Portland to load lumber for the
orient. She reached Ban Francisco yesy
tsrday from Newcastle with a cargo of
coal and after-it haa been discharged
she will bo ordered to Portland. She
was chartered several. - weeks ago by
tho Paclflo Export Lumber company to
transport a cargo of fir acroas tbe Pa
cific. - --.. ."'. . , ''
The schooner Mabel GaH clsared at
thf cuatom-houae yesterday afternoon
for San Francisco with (90,00 feet of
Esrly this morning the orients liner
Arabia shifted to the flour 'mills. She
Is expected to move back to ths Alblna
dock tomorrow and will bo ready to aatl
Saturday.- ,' .
Before aha aalls for the United King
dom with a grain cargo, the French bark
Jules Oommes will . have to wait for
the arrival of an anchor, which ' was
purchased at Pittsburg.
: Laden with j lumber, the barkentlno
Amaranth left down this morning,
bound for tho orient. ,,
Tho steamer Sarah . Dixon "will be
hauled out on tho ways at the Port
land shipyards this afternoon. Her ma
chinery 'will be transferred to ths new
boat buHt by the Shaver company to
take her place. ,-
Tonight tho steamer Senator is, due
from San JTranclsco, .
oue ining upetinc wnK-n never mis, ay sentir too ems the disastive ornna eo
that they perform their natural functions. It restores them sit to health and strength,
relieves hiunediauly and in a abort tJma cures Constipation. .,
The mors you take the lees you need until yon need
bone for yon are cured. My effort all along was to
avoid tbe evil of the ordinary remedy which pasnpera
organs already weuk snd so makes tbe patient a slave
to the pill. Remember Mature expects every organ
to do its duty.'
Physicians have long recognized the fact that con
situation is st the bottom of nerlv evanr dinau It
saps all enery, and makes life s burden; it opens ths doors to all evil germs and makes
tbe body too weak to resist them. -. - ,
This new discovery is in small tablets, easily
taken, and they are packed in wstch-ehape
bottles which fit the vest pocket. Tbe tablet is
milt sll vesetable, never gripes or injures the
moHt delicate organs. Rut it does the work I So
naturally snd soothingly they stimulate snd
regulate snd strengthen that they have been
. . . I . 1 "fft. T . -.1 - , r r . . , . ..
nK.ii.nim i A.u velvet TvorKerSi
Dont Shuffle along with this great burden! Be healthy, be strong, be happy.
When s man's liver working properly, the bowels are regular
and the kidneys are active and healthy, what a ley it is te live.
, You get tip In the morning feeling rested and bright after a
good night's sleep, with a keen appetite for breakfast and
healthy relish for each mouthful, and when you so out the air
XT OR EER
smells good and you fill yourlungs with pleasure: the sun Shines,
the birds sing, year every sense Is scats and appreciative, tho
blood bounds through your veins, carrying life and activity to
every minute cell and tissue, your hoDes are hish. vour mind
clear, your spirits high, you, step buoyant, snd you thank God
xnai everymiug is so oeauiirtu ana mil it ia so good to live.
No man or woman with torpid liver, constipated bowela and poisoned brain and nerves
ever feels like that ' ' .
. Go to year druggist and get a bottle of Chase's Ceootipettoal Tablets, snd if after
a fair trial you find the remedy Is not sll it is represented to be, your druggist will refund,
money without Question or argument In watch shape bottles, thst fit ths vest pocket.
To say reader who sends us his or her
name and address witn Ave stamps to cover
postage expenses, we will at onoe mail a full
eizaU-cent bottle of Chase's Constipation
Tablets, ths velvet worker that enrss. Not,
a sample, mind, but a fuU-sir.e 2Scent bottle.'
Let us prove ft to. yon. Writs today, ad
CHASE MFG. CO.
SSI Threea Ave. . Iroeklvn. Natg Yark.
I have never used Chase's Constrpe
tion Tablet, and sacloss Ave stamps
tor full sited bottls.
My druggist sell them.
Nsms ........... MM
Address .... ...... ... .
City . ...... ...I. M.. MM
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oaa-aT vwiaffasi as sjwss veysw
setrrxBASTBrnsT AiaaxA . som,
From Kesttle st p. m. for Ketchl
kan, Junesv, Sksgwsy. White Horse,
Dawson and Falrbanka. -' .;
S. B. City of Seattle. April 1-11-11.
S. 8. Humboldt, April e-16-26.
B. S. Cottage City (via Sitka) April -10.
- AXASXA aZOVBSIOVS.
S. 8. Suokans,. Juno July l-JQ;
...August 1 i- ', '-i''-i '-'-.
TOM SAsT PBAsTOISOO SZBSOT. '-
I From Seattle at s. m.; Umatilla. April
.-1; Queen, Aprlt t-tl; City el To
Portland Offloe, Ml Washington ; St.
Main sat. ,. .. '.
x. urn, pass, ft rv xgt. r:
O. 9, BVMAsTsT, e. P. A.,
10 Market S, Ban Tmnolsee.
.'I.,,'; MARINE NOTES. V ;
Astoria, ' April Arrived down at
l:.30 a. m., steamer F. A. Kllburn. Palled
at ?:S0 a. m.. American bark Koko Head,
for Shanghai. Sailed at 0:30 a. m.,
steamer F. A. Kllburn, for Ssn Fran
cisco. ... San Francisco, April 4, Arrived at
10 last night, steamer Columbia,7 from
Portlsnd. - .
' Astoria. . April J.-Arrived down at
I:1S and sailed at 3:30 p. m., steamer
Argyll, for Port Harford. Arrived at
1:11 p, m., steamer Elmore, from Tilla
mook. San, ; Francisco, April 3. Arrived
steamer Northland, from Portland.
Astoria, April 4. Condition of tha
bar at a. m... smooth; light north wind;
TEN LAWYERS WfUNGLE
. .OVER DEBT MINE OWES
" fSseelai Dlepatek to Tbe JoaraaL)
Baker Cityi Or.. April 4. The case. 43'
the Haines Mercantile company vs. the
Highlsnd Gold Mines company and M.
H. Knapn Is on trial . iu tho clroult
court .The' Haines Mercantile company
Attempted, to foreclose a lien of 3.000
against the mining company some time
ago. Knapp holds a mortgage against
the company for $30,000 and Is there-
Uore mads a party to tha suit. Knapp
previously filed a. cross bin alleging
thst the mortgage had superior right to
tho plaintiffs lien, "
Much legal talent Is on hand. There
aro five attorneys for ths . plalntirf,
two for the defendant Knapp and thres
for tho defendant mining company. Tbe
case will take several dsys to hesr.
MEM for $ j
AND AVE TREAT MEN ONLY
Established 25 Years In Portland '
WE WILL TREAr ANY SINGLE, UNCOM
PLICATED AILMENT FOR $12.59
. --;J. ' FOR THE FEE. - :
NO PAY UNLESS CURED
V. Come Today to the -SUCCESSFUL -Special--.
ista vho number their PERFECT Curea by the
THOUSAND I You want a PERMANENT
Cure! We can ACCOMPLISH IT. ;r; ;;;;
If ye have violated tbe laws ef health sad srs ronsrtous ef s ronstsnt drsle which Is
snderniinlnf yoar system, raoie te us before yoa became s servoas sod iihyslrsl wreck. '
If you sre wssk. (Umy snd despondent, have had dresms. depressed, lark ambltles and
energy, unable In eoneentrste yotir tnonshts, lark . vim, vlfor sud vitality, come to ns st
ones; ear trestment will stop all drains an ft overcome sll weaknesses sneKposltlTely re
store yof to strenirth sml health. We hsre enred thoussmls of weak men.
THOSE WHO HATE BEEN DISAPPOINTED ST UNSKILLED SPECIALIST! ABE
ZAgNEBTLT aEQUESTED TO INVESTIOATl OTX METHODS A WD TEEMS WITH OUT
BELAT. WHICH HAD THET DOM IM THE BEOIMMIHO, WOULD HAVE SAVED
THEM TIME AMD MONEY. . ,
A LIFE LONO CURE FOP
BLOOD POI80H. SKTJT DISEASES. 80EE8. TTLCXBS. STEICTTRE. VABJCOCELE. HY
DROCELE, NERVOUS DECLINE, WEAXNKea, lILt OK CHE0NI0 DISEASES OF
THE KIDNEYS AMD FK08TAIE. . ,
SPECIAL DISEASES Newly contracUd and rhrenle esses rarM. All burnlnf, lt-h-
tur ami Inflammation stoppMl In 34 Iwtirs; rnras. effected la 7 daja. WE COVEA THE
ENTIRE EIELD Of SPECIAL AMD CHJIONIO. DEEP-SEATED, COMPLICATED SIS.
Wam If yoo esnnot call. All eorrespondenee strictlr confidential end sll replies
sent in plain envelopes. No names, cases,, letters or pbotograpbs of Datleats pubUahed or
IPWX CHAXftB FOX CVHEB ONLY. We so ast eipset say for eur serrtees snless we
enre a satlaat sound anS well, so that he will fee entirely satisfied, aad will neesr aeaia
haee to e treated for the same trouble INTESTIOATE .AND LEARN THAT .OUR
WORD IS AS OOOD AS OUR BOND. 00 X FINANCIAL STANDING IS SOLID AND
OUR LONO EXPERIENCE IN TREATING SPECIAL DISEASES OF MEN INSURES YOU
OF MODERN. SCIENTIFIC TREATMENT THAT WILL ACCOMPLISH A CURE.
HOURS a. m. to ( p. m.; Sveolngs, 7 to 1; Sundays, a. m. to 11 noon. .
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THX UNITED STATES. .
lares Oak-strset dork T a. m. Vosdsrs,
Weilnesdays snd Frldsys, srrlylag at The
Dalle 4 p. ss.
Lesres The Dalles T a. as. Tuesdays, Tnars
dsys and Hstordsya arrtTlng Portland 8 ss.
Ofore sud whsrf foot Oak street. Phone
Msin snee. -
. CHARLES XV STXELSJOTH, AO EXT.
S.S. F.A. Kllburn
V Fat Cass Bay, Baraks and Baa Francises. ,
Nest sailing from Portlsnd,' Tuesday.' April 8.
Next sailing trass Ban Fissclsse. on., April a.
' F. U 0BBBNOC0R. Agt. Ureeawkh Dock
Be. 8. Phewe.Uals ISL
3 Trains lo the East Daily-3
. Thnogs Psllisss stasdsra aad toortet steos
rfT' ."' Omshs. rhicaso. asawaaei
2Tt Zn?" u
Cntoa Depot-. 1." ' -Lasse. Arrtee.
fesse-Portiand Pp-,, fnr -
s.s.' 1? Hinan. Hiy. l:n $:mm
wT.Vt. Ple for gasora
WsaMnstes. Wslls Walla. '
nl'.Tl"' " Aleae and :.
ailT.. "''- e"r. 8:11 ss rw
ls Hnstlnetnn. d.lly .. S tS pas T'.IS
r .Ty'"1" ajTBB DITlsirtlt.
stT-i,,,.", r"rs. enaaeetrns wr
lj"rr f liwase- sad North- Beach, steasjec ,
J. IsSTes S p. ss. dally.
r: eatordse. te s.' as. AnlTse
asest 8 p. m.. eseen Siindsy.
. r.L - ,HHIM. RIVER ROCTB. .
i.Y. t','"' Ort. m7 na YamlilUrt.ee'
C.JI ,I""r! S',, Ashet. Seek.
Ttrioli "i P Sondiy (wster per.
Bunds? esllp. . seesgl :
P. t.Ti",.R,T"" rrTB. - . - .
, " '" eea way points trees
!i ".V timers Spokaa snd lewis.
I?? r,r,..: 1- " "Poa snifsl Trsla
Sun da. '
i.:L."T",rm- e., ssd way points frees
3Li. "'"T. JT" 8rrday. , AwIts A p. sv
Ticket Offlee third snd Wsshlagtos Sts.
- ' Tlaphi Msta T'2. .
TiTOr.II. city TVket Ageat.
nser asssc ..
A. U CRAIG. Ocnsrsl Pa
UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS OF
C. Gee Wo
At No. !62i First St, Cor. Morrison
Me mlalesdlng statements te the affUetL
guarantee a eoanpiets. nsfs and sssUag cove
s the Quickest pqesthle tisse. snd st the
lowest oust posslhls for senest and saceese.
ful treatment, I enre catarrh, sithma. Jaas.i
throat, rhenmattam. nereonsness, . storjaca,
FEMALE XXOUXLES AND ALL FXTTATX
. ' My remedies are harmless, composed sf
roots, herbs, bads ssd harks especially selected
snd Imported direct by as from the interior
IF YOU AKX AFFLICTED DOWT DELAY.
DELAYS AXE DANOBP0U8.
It yoa eshnor call, write for eymptoss hlssh
Bad elreolAr. Inrlose 4 rents In stsmps,
The O. See We Chinees Ksdislne Oe,, 1S8H
First 8t,, Cesser Morrises. Portland, Or.
Flees taenttoa this paper.
-, - v
vo. bob rara it, bobtiabb, ob.
I Raelng studied
i rise for msny y
msny yesrs sn
er sotea doctors ef
He cores all per tows.
chronic snd priests
diseases of sun ssd
He esBsossde and
sera ' np for nee' hie
remsdles. the Insredl
ents ef whlr-h S'e ears
rally s lee ted. My rsss.
eaiee will not destroy
yoar stomscS ae en
dsngse year life with
an eneretlnn. Tea lake
Be risks, se I uae oe smasea er druss.
.1 i nasre eulck reealts at the lowest pos
Call and see me If yen sre sffllcted.
el the am tire QsiMa preductlaei eft he WerW t$
cssssunsid every year sy tin snnhsrs of
"Csrres's CeM In Owe Day"
E. W. GROVE'S MiaAtun on box. 2Sc
Dr.f Norton Davis S Co.
consist r of sn asnoclatlorr of
eminent physicians, experi
enced surgeons and expert
eperlaltsts. with shun-dant
' rapital, establlslierl for the
purpose of treating v
AX.X. . CTBABX,B kxdioai.
ABB tTUmOIOAX. ' BISBABBS
Ar . BaroBKOTZBst or
They will accept no case for
treatment except certain . that,
they can effect sv ure. nor
will they make any charge in
esse of failure.
ALA XBBTOVS. BX.OOB,
BXIB ABB - BraCIAX. - DIB- ,
.'babes or ataa . .'.
. Through our vast experience ,
aa specialists we are able to
make a full and early curs in
these troubles In ths majority "
of Instances where the Ordi
nary practitioner fails to re
lieve. ----- - -- ---- - --
STOMACH, HEART, LIVER,. KIDNEY,
made In all curable cases, we tell you frsnkly If your case Is Incurable.
We will nave no person s money except for benefits received.
You Can Pay VVhen Cured
If you wish you can deposit the Dries of a cure In any bank Jn Port-,
land, ssld amount lo be handed over to us when rou are cured, Or you
may pay us by. weekly or monthly installments it you prefer.
am. xcbdxcxbs rasa vbttx cttbed r -
A personal Interview In desired, hut If you esnnot call.
giving your symptoms In full.
Uur nome irmiranni
st confidence observed
ffflcs hours I to I. ffundsys snd Holidays 10 to 11. .
Dr. W. Norton Davis &'Co.
Lesdlng Specialists of the Northwest. . ' ' established lltf.'
Offleea In Van Noy .Hotel, ii Third l.. Corner Pine. Portland. Or.
Olir home treatment Is succesetflilL even In from pi lea ted canee.
nam envelope una is au corresponaenae.
O SPICES, v o
UMvtthrty, Fiivtsl flivor.
OttUit Shtrifh. C450fiHt FricwJ
Ilnlofl Sf.tlA . . t -. --
Jrwlsnd Kxpreas. Trslns . :
aaljm. Xosebsrg, Ash
isd, Beersmesto. Of den. .
ssa rranelseo. Stork Ina, t .
Loe Angeles. El Paeo. '
hew Orleans aad the seat 4:M Sal
Morning train renaects st
Woodbora dstly except '
Suede y with trsla for - -Mooat
grownsellle. gorlnf nsld.
"-itouos eno jvarros...
A mi - - SK eea
Fas-ene psssenser eoa-
neets st Wnedhnre with ' '
Monst Asset snd Sllrer.
e leeel .strlSpej aintSS in
f-arrsllls pessenper...... 'I SO m 'Wre
ahsrldsB peesenree....... tempos tiBis
Forest Oreee peasesser.. I'10:4S -a 111.-84 pa
Pally. Iirielle eseent Bnndse.
JEFFER8r?f -STREET STA1 .OK. -
Fee ImlUs and mterwmdtstn potnls dstly
:! p. m. Arrive Portlsnd 10:11 s. m. '
Fne tisse esrd ef Oswego sunarfcaa trains
spely st City Ticket Ofn-e, er sts Hon.
. Tlefcsls to Festers points snd Fnrepe; slse
Jspsn. Chins, ffnnornln snd Aearrslis.
City Ticket Office earner Third and Wssh.
tngtns streets. Phone Mala Til
0. W. BTTWOEB. , A. L. CRAIO.
City Ticket Agent. . Can. Pass. Afsst
Fellows tone Psrk-Rsnsos
Tlty-at. Loo hi Special for
Cbsbslis. - Centralis. Olym
pla. Grays .. Bsrbor, Boat
Bend, Tb corns, beattls, ftpe
k.se. Lewtatoa, Bnrto, Btl
lines.. Deneae. Omahs. Kas-
sns City. Bt. Lsals sod
Stesm JS pan
North Coast Limited. el.
me ngntee, roe Tseoms.
Besttle. Bnoksne. Bolt..'
Minneapolis. St. Past ssd
U East, flsny...
Pseet Boand Limited.
Ch. halls. Centralis, Tseoms
and Beatrip only. ssuy....
Twla Cite Kprsee foe TTs
corns, Seattle, Spokane,
Hskns. Butte. St. Fsul.
Mlnnespoll. - Lincoln, St.
Joseph. Kansas City. Oma
k. l Louis. without
I chsnse of em. Plrect con
' nertlons for sll points
Cast snd ftntith'Mt. daily..
A. D. CHARLTON. Aastotant Oeaarnl Pae
! per Agsat. IBS Morrises street, sorser Ths-d.
Portlsnd. n. . ,
S;0S pss . T:M sa
draw pas 8:80 pss
11:45 pss in M ow
The Goal Strike
Astoria & Columbia: .
River Railroad Co.
Pnlna Deport Lsare Arrles
For Mafsrs. Ralalsr. Cist. "
kan:. wrstport. Clifton.
Astoria. Wsrrestoa. lis-
eeL' Hsmssond. Fort 8tev
ns, Osnrhsrt Psrk. Seaside 8:0ft Sst. II:Bsm
Astsrts snd Besshare. el-
prsss dally T;0e l;trS
All trslns dny. . .
J. C. MAVO. O. F. snd P. A Astoria. Or.
O. A. BTIWART. Commercial A test. 88
Alder strsaL Phone tfsls 808.
WAXr t II
WIU not deplete our bunkers. Wi will
alwaya have abundance of both house
and blaokamlth's , coal house coals
from all tha mines at lowest prices.
aiaa vr bbobtb maut tnL -
Vulcan Coal Co.
BS8 atfBBBZBB BTBXXT.
1 Cehiwksi, Ohee. e
by "Nalure's Owi
costs you nothing 23c
and $1 (contains Sight
Draft for return of your
msnry dnat tatsd.) Ai Drug.
(IMS lie Slack bsssea w Tnsl
Saw riser Isca. Css.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY DESV
GOSOaRXCa t"j GlT
' WITHOUT frTMEB TSBATMBNT.
tld bj ail Crur-:l-t
2 Overland Trains Dally
''Ths Oriental Limited, the Fast sua'
IA 8BATTLB AND SPOKAfB.
' , Dstly. Deity.
Pertlsnd time nrhednle-i-. .
Te end from Spoksna, J ' '.
at. Peat. M lanes polls. ' ' -Dnlath
snd sll points
Bast sis Seattle 8:) ass Tree
U;sSpm S.M a
To and from Bt. Psnl
' Mlsseepelta Dnliith
ssd sll points last
vis Spokane 8:18 psi' B.Wtm
Oeaat IT srthara Steamship Oe, .
Balllnt 'rem Seattle (or Japan afts
Cnloa parts snd UsslU, tarry leg ps
eanfers nod freight.
8, 8. Xlnnaseta. Aprtt 88. '
"8. B. Daksta, fans T.
BIPFON TTSEV XAISKA .
i Japan slall Steassshlp Ce.) "
I. Shiaane Mars will sstl from
S.attls sbmit May It for Jai.ss snd
China ports, carryinf passesss sod
roe tickets, rates, ntk, rsseres.
(lens. etc.. call sa or address
X. DICK SOW, O. P. T A . 1H Third
at.. Portland. Orewea. Fhena Msia tag.
Ihc Delles, Portland &
Astoria Navtetl:.i Co.
Hosts lesie ssutisrwl and The
dally, esccpt tS"ntiv. ai J a. m
Inc about i p. n., carrytnc fi"
passensere, h;.lendi1 aconiir
tnr '"! II vest or h.
Beek '" r '
Of Cue ' - L
'..'. tise 1 f' .'