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THE DAIItY ?ASJOiUAH,; ' $TEltfit& ! -SW, NOTEI ft im
for Infants and Children,
MOTHERS, Do You Know that Paregoric,
; Batm' Dnipt, Godfrey'i Cordial, many to-called Soothing Syrup, and
.- moat remedies for children are oompoaed of opium or morphine?
Vow kTtiow that opium and morphine are tunMnf n.rJwl.
Po Vow Know that In meat countriet draggUU art not permitted toacU narcotic
Without labeling them poUont f
Po Yon Know that you should not permit any medicine to be gives your child
tmleaa you or your physician know of what it Is composed?
Po Ton Know that Casloria la purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of
Its Ingredients is published with every bottle
Po Ton Know that Castoria is the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuel Pitcher.
That it has been la use for nearly thirty years, and that mora Castoria is now sold than
of an other remedies for children combined?
Po Ton Know that the Patent Office Department of the United State, and of
other countries, have issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word
M Castoria " and Us formula, and that to imitate them Is a state prison offenie?
Po Ton Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection
was because Castoria had been proven to be absolutely harmless T
Po Tom Know that 45 SVrerage dote of Castoria are furnished for SS
aemta, or one cent a dose?
Po Ton Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your children nuy
be kept well, and that yoa may have unbroken rest ?
W?11, these things are worth knowing. They are (acts.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
t?. p. eiimore;
Sailing dates to and from Tillamook and Nehalem depend
on the weather. For freight and passenger
rates apply to
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO., Agents.
O. R N. CO.,
After (Deals I
Or at aoy other time
when yon wish a good
cigar ask for the well
hand made, white labor
. . "La Belle Astoria."
Conceded by all smokers
to be the bent oigar
W. F. SCHIEBE,
71 ftintl? Street,
EVERY REQUISITE FOR
: first Class funerals :
POH'S Undertaking Parlors,
Ram Reataaawe. Esbalslas, a Specialty
The only- railroad lighting Its trains by
toe only railroad using the celebrated
4ctne berth reading kscop.
The coaobaa now nsnnsnw on The MH
waukee" are Pelacee oa. Wbeela
Oa all its through lines, the Cbfcara,
Milwaukee and St. Psul Railway runs toe
moat perfectly equipped trains of Bleep
in parlor, and Dining Can and Coactu
For VeM rales to any po-nt In the
United tfie. and Canada, apytetlekt
-,. or address C. 1. HDDT.
la on oreryr
"A TALENTED EDITOR."
Gentlemen: I bad occasion to use
several boxes ot Krause's Headache
Capsules while traveling to Chicago to
attend the National Democratic Con
vention. They acted like a charm, In
preventing- headaches and dlulnesa
Have had very little headache since
my return, which Is remarkable.
JOHN U. SHAFER,
Ed. Renovo (Pa.) Record.
For tale by Chaa Roger, Astoria,
Or- sole agent
FOflHD & STOKES GO.
Picnic Canned Goods,
Camp Cooking Utensils,
And the latest
All-Wool Sleeping Bags
At all prices. Just the thine for t amp-
ers, prospectors, etc Sure to keep warm
at nights. Better than blankets.
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Tide Table tor flovembeir, 1895.
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11 65 8 2
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Tuesday . .
4 41 19
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12 2 6
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1 819 8
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8 26 8 4
8 00 8 4
16 8 8
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Mo1 dT .
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8 84ft 2
1 13 2 4
1 03 6 3
4 39 8 2
11 52 1 6
11 10,8 5
IBaFlne Patters, Here, There and
Th George Curtis goes out tomorrow.
The San Jose goes to sea again this
. The pilot schooner Loyal went out yes
The Paas of Brander Shipped a oreiw
of 24 men yesterday morning. She leaves
out 'for Queenstown today.
The Signal .will to down the river from
Portland toirfght. She wfll leave out as
early as possible tomorrow morning.
The steamer Elmore arrived In at 11
o'clock last nUeWt, with 10 tons of dairy
produce mni 600 cases of salmon fiom
The Telephone left Kt 11:30 Vast night,
having wailoed several hours) for the- ac
oammodaitlon of One Tornado Theatrical
The at earner Harrtoon is on the beach
near HanlDhDra's camnery having her stern
betwttnge repaired. She will leave out for
The Tasmania arrived down yeatervJay
morning and to now loading 2759 sacks
of wheat out of a barge at Ohe O. R. and
N. dock. She will flidsb her cargo and
droyp out into the SKmeam this afternoon.
The Gal&A has nut yet been chartered
Wugt every effort 1s hedng made by her
owners and agents to got her a cargo.
Mean Dime, tier men are worioingr hard get
ting ready Ito repaint faer from top to
The AimeTican Forest Comedy Com
pany had an exasperating experience on
'ttve iflronit yeaterday, aa,ys tho ahronlcle.
Ttue imennbens were hooked to aooe&r at
San Rafael in the evening and a Urge
audience was expected. From Ban Ra
fael ttve company was to go to Petal uma
wmu tfhence hy easy stages to Heajdabure:.
The manager failed to argear wtuh the
necessary cash and the players were
exranaea. Late in the evening the fe
male members of the troup went to the
wharf and under the supervision of an
officer took away what dhiLnga ohey actu
ally required. The trinkets and scenery
were beM for money due the Stockton
"CWef. Oovemonent Weigher Rhodes
and Deputy Surveyor Samuel Ruddell de
veloped quite a sensation on the waiter
front yesterday afternoon by htbving Cap
tain Froser and Mate Meiikle, of the ship
Bwanmiua, arreeteo: (Or consptrlng to de
fraud the government out of cuutomB
dutilen on coal. The ship brought a
cargo of coal from Newcastle. The men
were released on bonds of 1100 each, as
the amount Involved ,wtas lee thun 11,
being something above two tons of coal
alt 40 cents duty per ton. Two thousand
tons of the coal were coruarlg-nei to Bal
four, Guthrie & Co., and as many con
signees of coal In the kyaet have com
plained of losses they could not account
for, a close watch was kept on all carts
leaving She ship. Finally two cor loads
of coal were seen being driven away in
a BUflpieknia manner, and when the
drivers "were accosted by the government
officers Wwy said the mate had given
them orders fur coal to take to oifteflde
persons, whose names they gave. The
mmte was at once arrested, whereupon
Captain Fraser said: 'That's bAI right,
for I gave the 'mate orders to do this.'
Without further ceremony the captain
aCso was arreste& The mate admitted
that he had been supplying outs'de
parties with coal from various consign
ments, but always on the understanding
that they were t pay the duties, but
they have never done so. The persons
who received the coal will probably be
anresHed today. Besides the govern
ment's grievance the consignees have one,
and the tftlp owners also allege that they
have been defrauded out of their freight.
Simlar charges were made two year,
aao, when, for a period of many months,
there were mrmerouv complaints that ves
sels) arriving were short from twenty to
fifty rone on their billed consignment.
AJ1 efforts to learn what became ot the
coal wlhteh thus disappeared were futile.
It 1s now believed thot a thorough In
vestigation of the old cases would Impli
cate many captains and mates. Coal
taken from ships must be accc.r.panied
by a certificate of weight as a rule, but
the miaits In the case In quernon waived
that by telling the boy who gives the
certificate. That man Is all rMit You
need not give trim any ticket' and In
th's way he would pass without deten
tion." San Francisco Call.
NOTICE 10 MARINERS.
Copt T'MXery Fog Signal'.
Notice Is Tierohy given that on and after
October 80th, 1895. on account of scarcity
of water, Caps FOaJMery Fog-SigVuitC will
Mow but once in Ave minutes until the
rainy season sets in, excepting when
hearing a veset whistle or horn, then the
fog-eftgms: win bjcnr regularly until vessel
Is passed. '
This notice affects the List of Light and
Fog-Signala Pacific Coast, 1895, Pags 22.
No. 988. and the List of Beacons and
Buoys, Pacific Coast, 1894, Page 48.
By order of the Mght-Housa Board.
0. W. FAIIENHOLT,
Commandor N. 8. N.,
Inspector 13th L. H. District
WOMAN A3 AN EXPLORER.
The Afrlnaji &mmtln rVtmnan
man Steamer Niger, which arrived at Liv
erpool on October 10 from Routhweat Afri
ca, ana 4h nur. hmn4it mmlm.iom
of the explorations of Miss Klngsley, niece
m wie late canon Klngsley.
At cajneroons Miss Klngsley applied to
the German authorities for carriers to
Sake her over the Cameroon Mountains.
This great ehaia baa aa aHMuds of 11,87
feet snd probably has never been explor
ed vrou0y before. The governor was
eompeiiea to refuse Miss Klngsleya re
quest, as he ooutt not get carriers to as
cend the ntnamatna; aM. moreover, be
warned her that rhe natives were In an
excited state, snd would orooablv mnWt
If not kill, any one entering their terrl-
tnrv Visa IThwud - Km ..i. I
the Niger toVtotorta, where she was landed
on September 10. The German governor
of the place gave her ail aselabanoe, and
before Dhe steamer left a number of ear
nlers had teen engaged! to take her up the
Cameroons (Mountains. Miss Klngsley . In
tended to go overland to Rio del Rey to
the English factory of the Ambus Bay
Trading cempany. She ts unamended by
any white coinpanions. Although she had
undergone come exciting adventures. Miss
Klngaley was In good heafthj and hoped
to (be eucooroful In her explorations rf the
Oaimaroon Mountains. Pttillaillpliia Press.
THE BANK OP ENGLAND.
Samti'Jhing about the Greatert Institution
of Its Kind In the WorCd.
(Pamls Reg later.)
On the 27th of last JuCy the Bank ot
Engalnd reached Its KKtth birthday. It Is
the geratest bank In the worM - In its
early days the bank employed 64 clerk?.
and the year'y salary Hat amounted to hut
tittle over 20,000, the chief accountant re
ceiving tl,225 a year. At the present time
the number of empCoyes Is 1,500. No note
of the (0,000 or so Issued dally is ever
Issued again. Each note as it Is paid In
Is cairoeHed and an account Is kept of
fta filing. One of the eurloeVttee of the
bank Is a 25 note which was paid In
after being out 111 years. In the bank
eJbum for lanre notes and other curiosi
ties ts a 1,000,000 banknote which was
once Issued for convenience tn a transac
tion InvoMng a targe amount of money.
Whether lost, or stolen the bank's notes
win eDways be casd. Once a clerk ran
away with about 1100,000 worth of notes.
For six months the theft and number of
notes were advertised, and at the end of
that time a Jew appeared with them
and demanded that they be paid. On be
ing refused foe went to the exchange end
raised such an outcry, saying that as the
bank had refused to pay Its own notes
It must be Insolvent, that the bank caded
hhn back and paid him the full amount
of the stoOen notes. Another time one
of the directors deposited 8150,000 and
took a single note. He put the piece of
paper on the tnamftetipteoe and fell asleep.
on wakmg he round the note gone. He
thought it has fallen into the firs and
got another note, giving a guaranty that
If the first note ever tunned up he would
be responslote for it Thirty years later,
toe man nnvmg uea tn the meantime.
the first nots was presented at the tank
for payment and the bank stood the toss.
The man's est arte had been divided and
nothing coufJd be recovered Clerks of
standing and character ere selected' to
remain at the bank every night of the
year and on Sundays and bank horld&ys.
a guara of oanters is. on duty every
night, and they are assisted by a bodv of
watchmen oonslstmg of porters and work
men fully trained how to aidt In case of
an emergency. ,
DRUMMER AND THE GLUE.
The hard-luck drummer, who had not
done any business all day, was eeUed in
front of the only hotel the town boasted
of, pulling vigorously at at Pittsburg
soogoc ana trying to write down the or
ders he had not taken with a pencil that
had no point to It
"Got a knife?" he inquired of the rural
representarttve sitting opposite him.
The man handed ever a suspletous
looklng piece ot Mack eutlery, with ess
blatte rs it. The drummer tried to opta
it in the ordinary way, but ealy sueceed.
ed In putting a beautful fringe on his
thumb nail. Then he went at It with
hta teeth, but the knife slipped and sent
a cold chill down bile spinal column sim
ilar to that produced by chesting a piece
oi sano paper.
"I beg your pardon," safd' he frankly,
turning to the owner of the knife, "but
have you any objection to my throwing
mis Drang against the buMVJrng over there;
that's the way we used to open a knife
nice tuns when I was a boy T"
"Waal, yes," reptied the man of agrt
cuTtuflal knowledge, stroking Mto Spanish'
moss whlWkere, '"sides the feller wat
owns the bufMin' might kick." .- : ..
"On the square, now," continued the
drummer seriously, 'hare you ever had
this knife open?"
" 'Bout seven yeans ago."
"Yes, sir." went on the farmer, with a
broad grin, "I stirred a pot of glue with
that air knife one Dhne, an' forgot to
wipe the blade afore I closed ft, so"
'Do you ever Indulge ta anythlns; to
drink?" Interrupted the drummer.
"Waal, generally, when any nerson
borrtes my knffe."
And as the two started tnirVi the bar
together the drummer chiuclcfJea: 'That's
a good Ides, Guess I'll get a knife and
some glue myself."
You ought to keep your flesh up. DCs
eaise will follow, if you let It go below a
beaifUhy standard. No irritter how this
comes, what you need Is Dr. Pierce's
Go'.den Medical Discovery. That is the
greatest flertt-bullder known to medical
science, far surparalng filthy cod liver
Oil and all Its nanlv pAmiuiuniti Tt'm
suited to the moat delicate stomach.
it maxes tne morbidly thin plump and
rosy, wth health and strength.
Send for a free pamphlet, or remit 10
cents (stamps) and get a book of 188
pages with testimonials, addresses and
portraits. Adore World's Diaoensarv
'Medlcaii 'Association, (fit fAln mtr n,rf.
faCo, N. Y.
Rupture or breach permanently cured
without the knife. Address, for pam
phlet and referonces. World's Dlspensiry
.uuvwvw AuwiuflNi, uuirauo, pi, i .
Housekeeper Want anyt old news-
papersr Junk Man No. Ni
aunt maUle o' rags any more. Made of
wood pulp. Housekeeper Isn' t wood
pulp no user Junk Man-Guess not; but
uump em on. it they happen to be
nude o' maple wood, maybe I can sell
em to a meole jrimm ea xr At.
Weekly. ' "
BUCKLBN'8 ARNICA BALVH.
The best salve in the world (or Cuts,
Rrulsea Snm ITLm cit ov...
v .w. ujw 1 b MlltuilL
never RnrM Ww nkaul tt i -
Chilblains. Con, and All Skin Erup-
uons, ana positively cures piles, or no
pay required, tt Is guaranteed to give
i Miaeraouon, or money rerunaed.
Price, 15 cents per box. For sale by
;uu. nogers. Moa reaiowr milhllng.
Why He Failed "Years ago," rtLld Mr,
Barnes Tormer, the eminent traaredlan,
"I started out to be the architect ef my
own fortunes, but In the school of ex
perience I have 'learned that a successful
architect ought to be able to wraw geed
nouses." Indianapolis Journal.
SHILOH'B CURE la soil on a gvar-
niee. u cures incipient consumption.
t Is the best Cough Cure. Only one
eni a aose. cents, to etc., and II. W.
For Sale by J. W. Cobb.
A SWEET REVENOH.
Spare Moments A man with, a painful
expression of countenance sat on a dry
"Are you 111?" some one asked.
"Have you kM anything?"
"Never had anything to lose."
"What's the matter, then?"
"I'm sitting on a wasp."
"Why dont you get oof'
"Well, that was my first Impulse, bat I
got to Bhinkln' that I was hurtlo the
wasp as badly as be was hurtla' i
and I concluded to sit here anrMla"
A HOUBHHCKJD TRBAVURfll
D. W. Fuller, of CarJohirle, N. T.,
says that he always keeps Dr. King's
New Discovery In the house and his fam
ily has afweys found the very sect re
sults follow Its see; that te woaM nt
be without It, If procurable. O. A. Dyka
man, tf7isrirt. CatsklU. N. T., says that
Dr. King's Nnr Discovsry Is undoubtedly
the beat eough remedy: that be has osed
It la bis family for eight years and that
it has sever failed to to ail that Is
claimed for ft. Why act ry a
so leng tried and tested. Trial bottles
free at Chas. Rogers' drug stare. Regular
sise Uc. and H.
President Faurs of France Is a wall
quipped critic, and owns a library' that
Is full of valuable editions ot the classic
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
"If :lhttre's anything I like," said he to
his wife, "It fas a woman who knows
enoug'.i to be a good ltetener." Whereat
the swrvanl girl at the keyhole cou'.J not
rep rem a smile of catisfUctlon. Albany
All the paten: medlslnea advertised
In this paper, together with the oboto
"st perfumery, and toilet articles, etc,
n tt bought at tne lowest prices at
I. W. Conn' drug store, opposite Oc
cident Hotel. A. torta
"I reckon," coi'd Mrs. Cormtossel, "that
these politicians sUiy a good many things
they're sorry for." "Ya," replied her
husband, "an' a good many more the
they orter be." Washington Star.
KAHL'S CliOVBR ROOT will purlfj
your blood, clear yonr complexion, reg
ulate your Bowels, and make your bead
clear as a bell. 25 etc., SO ots., and Sl-00.
Sold by J. W. Conn.
Irate Pa Did you tell that young man
of yours that I'm going to have the gas
turned off at 10? Trlx Yes. Irate Pa
Wen? Trlx He's coming at a quarter
past In future. Judy.
The heating properties of DeWltt's
Witch Hasel Salve are well known. It
cures eczema, skin affections, and is sim
ply a perfect remedy tor piles. Chas.
Friend Why didn't you ever marry?
Maiden Lady Because, by the time my
relalttons thought I was old enough to
marry the men thought X was too oid.
New York Weekly.
There are many good reasons why yoa
should use One Minute Cough Cure.
There are no reasons why you should not
If In need of help. The only harmless
remedy that produces Immediate results.
"There goe a young man who is forg
ing to the front I" "Why I he's accom
panied by a policeman!" , "Yes; signed
my name to check for 1500." Atlanta
ROYAL Baking Powder.
Highest of all la leavening
Strength. U. S. Oovcramant Rcrt.
Hobson Why does Newpop call his
light lunch cafe "The BeJby's Month?"
That's a funny name. Jobeon Because
tt's open all night.-'Phlladelphla Record.
Children Cry for
Mistress There's certainly a strong
odor of tobacco. Does that policeman
smoke? Bridget I don't know, mum; he
only died last week. Ex.
. The diseases of thinness
are scrofula in children,
consumption in grown
people, poverty of blood in
either. They thrive on
leanness. Fat is the best
means pi overcoming them.
Everybody knows cod-liver
oil makes the healthiest fat.
In Scott's Emulsion of
cod-liver oil the taste is
hidden, the oil is digested,
k is ready to make fat.
When yea ask for Scott's Emulsion and
your druggist gives yoa a package In a
Mlmon-culorcd wrapper with tbs pict
ure of tha nan and llsh pa It yea caa
trust that sua I
SO cents aad 11.00
Scorr & Bowm, Chuniiu, Ntw York
For shortening never use more
than two-thirds as much Cotto
lene aa yon would of lard. When
frying with Cottolcna always put
It la eold pan, heating it with
the pan. Cottolene products the
best results when very hot, but at
it reaches the cooking point much
sooner than lard, care should be
taken not to let it burn when hot
enough, it will delicately brown
bit of bread In half a minute.
Follow there directions in using
Cottolene aad lard will never
again be permitted In your kltch
en or in yonr food.
Genuine CorUieae is sold every
where in tins with trade-marks
"CotloUnt" and sttcr't head in
utton-fiani wrtath on every tin.
juaae oniy dt
THI N. K. FMBNK COsPAdT. . tsuh.
fc KEATING CO will open their
www Muilo Hall at l' Aitor street,
Saturday the Wth. They will
keen nomberless goed llauors
and cigars besides having good moile all the
Ur. 3. 3. Kelt Bbarpsburg. Pa,
Dear Sir'-1 am glad to say a good
word for Krausc's Headache Cape ilea.
After suffering for ever three years
with aedte neuralgia aad Its consequent
Insomnia (which seemed tn baffle the
efforts ef some of our best physicians)
von sunrestcd tk!s remedy al.i.h gve
Tie almost Instant relief. Words fall
u express the praise I should like to
bt slow on Krause's Headache Capsules.
HR9. MX R HOLMES,
Iron A Steel,
Groceries & Provisions,
Flour Mill Feed,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Doors & Windows,
Wagons & Vehicles.
B. flcNEIL, Receiver.
sjitii irTTi inn iiiiitt' 111 nriiiiiiiigMiaai
. . St. Paul.
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Free Reollnlng Chairs Car,
Astoria to 5an Francisco.
. Ootumtola, Tuesday, Nov. 6..
State of California, Sunday, Nov. 10.
Columbia, Friday, Nov. 16.
Abate. Wednesday, Nov. 20, .,
Columbia, Monday, Nov. 23. '
State, Bbltiurd&y, Nov. 80.
OoHumtota, Thursday, Dec. 5.
Astoria and Portlnd Steamers.
The T. J. Potter will leave Astoria at
7 9. m, dally, except Sundiy; leave Port
land at 7 a. m. dally, except Sunday.
The Steamer lAirCine will leave Astoria
at 1:48 a, m. dally, except Sunday; leave
Portland at ( p. m. daily, except Satur
For rate and general Information call
on or address
o. W. IjOUNSBBRRY,
W. H. HURLBURT,
Gen. Pas. Agt. Portland. Or
Are You Going East?
Be sure and see that your ticket
This la the
GREAT SHORT LINE
And all Points East and
Their Magnificent Track, Peerless Ves-
Ubuled inning ana Bleeping vr
Trains and Motto:
ALWAYS ON TIME " .
Rave siven this road a national reputa
tion. All classes of passengers carried
on the vestibuled trains without extra
charge. Ship your freight and travel
over this famous Una All agents have
W. H. MEAD, F. C. SAVAGE,
Gen. Agent Trer. F. and P. Agt
Ml Washington sU Portland. Or.
Vrs. T. 6. Bawx'.na. Chaiianooir.
Tenn says, "Shllor'e Vltallser SAVr.'D
MY LIFE.' I consider It tns best re ra
ni y for a debilitated system I ever
used." For Dyspensis, Uver or Kid
y trouble, tt excaila Pilve 71 eta.
rev aaie uy J. tt. Conn.
- BINQ LUNG, Prop. v
(UlDtep Goods Just tjeceiid.
An excellent stock of underwear, hos
iery, cap j, etc., at extremely low prices.
417 Bond Street, next door to Mouler't
, r . -The Oasis of thf
BELOW THE LEVEL
OF THE SEA
Dry and Pure Tropical
Pronounced by Physicians the
most Favorable in America
for Sufferers from ...
Lung Diseases and
Many Remarkable Cures
The objections urged against India
In the past by the large numbers who
Otherwise Would have haan rlxt n -u
advantage of Its beneficial climate, baa
wen a iaoK ot suitable accommoda
tion. The Southern Paclflo Company,
takes pleasure In announcing tha.t
era! , . ; 4
; Comfortable Cottages
have . Just been erected at Indie sta
tion, that will be rented to applicants
at reasonable rates. Tfcey are fur
nlthed with modern conveniences, sup
plied with pure axtesiaa water, and so
situated as to govs occupants all the
advantages to be derived from a more
or less protracted residence la this de
(From the San Francisco Argonaut)
"In the heart of the great desert of
the Colorado whloa the Southern Fa-
clflo road traverses there la an oasis
called Indio, which, In our opinion, U
tne sanitarium 01 the earth. We be
lieve, from personal Investigation, that
for certain invalids, thee la no spot or
this planet so favorable." v-
O. T. Stewart. M. D.. writes: "Ths
purity of the air, and the eternal sun
shine, fill one with wonder and delight,
Nature has accomplished so
much that there remains but little for
man to do. As to its possibilities as a
health resort, here la the most per
fect sunshine, with a temperature al
ways pleasant, a perfectly dry soil
for rain is an unknown factor: pure
oxygen, dense atmosphere and pure
water, wnat more can be desired?
It- Is the place, above all others, for
lung troubles, and a Paradise for rheu
matics. Considering the number of
surrerers who have been cured, I have
no healtanoy In recommend! tg this
genial oasis aa the bavea of tbe afflict
Is 6121 miles from
and 130 miles from
Fare from Los Angeles
For further Information Inquire ot
any Southern Paclflo Company agent.
or address . .
B. P. ROGERS,
Asst. Gen. Pasa Agt a P. Co,
J. B. KIRKLAND,
Diat Pasa Agt
Cor. First xni Alder Sta, Portland. Or.
J. A FASTABEND,
PILE HOUSE, EIJICCE WO
Addrui, box 180, Poitoffic. ASTORIA, OR
A emmnlAla atnrtk nf Inmh., mi h..
In ih rniivh nr rtr.M.i1 ITIiwm4nb v. . .
tie, celling, and all kinds of finish;
mouldings and shingles; also bracket
work Annm tn aHa. Tma MAaAK,A
- - t . m. inwu.ui,
and crloes at hedrrvk All nrAm
promptly attended to. Offloe and yard
The naKnerahfn hm.nriu ..- 1.
tween C. J. Oreenlund and Antoa Brlx
florists. iS htr.hr rilaanlviiA K.
"nt. and all debts ef ths said firm
T..H us y.m oy j. j. ureenlund and C. O.
Pa Imberr. and all m.i.u.
are dus and payable to them.
v. J. QRBeNIiUND,
-" ' "vfA-. n great
Blood purlfler, gives tresnnees and
ConsUpatlon. is cts, to cts. $1.00.
SPnm Cal. t nr si
INDORSED BT THE PRESS.
fn f 1m TV tm 1. .M .t . i . .
have used Krause's Headaune rapnules
wiiu auiuisciory results. I bought a
box which coat tne J3. and one caper)
cured me ot a dreadful sick headache.
My wife and mvself "nave both used
ie meuicinea manufactured by the
Norman l.lrhtr Ufr "n r,
commend them to the publio as bsnm
Dust what they are rnrientei
raLQe. Pliant lA. U.
Rogers. Astoria. Or., sole 'agents.
Captain Sweeney. TJ. R. a.. r.,
CaL, says: "HhlioYs Catarrh Kf-
Is the first medicine I have ev - r 1
inai wouio 40 me tar Fri.-a j
eta. Sold by J. W. CounV