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About The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1896)
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fj. mmr W 'we-
for Infanta ond Children.
MOTHERS, Do You Know thai rarrgialr,
linltinaii't Ilrtrpa, Oialftry's Cori'lal, many -'llrl Mouthing ttyriij,,, and
nuat rciiinllr fur children ar cuniuoecd of opium or nuitj.lilm (
t'w Vou ICnim thai opium and motphlne ate etuurrylng luirrutlr tlir
! Vow U mow that III moat countries diUKglatsai nut peinilllrd ti.nllii.n,tl.
Without Uliclliig iiwiu pultumr
Ie Villi Know that jmi should uot permit any uinlklu to bo given you,
Mulcea jruu er your pliy.klan know uf what II U euiiiptuKilr'
o Von Know Out Caalorla It purely vegetable imrtitiiii, ami that a l uf"
lit Ingredient U puWl.lnd with iwy bulllcf
lo Von Mnow llwl CsahfU U lltr prescription of lbs fimimi. I r. Hamu.1 Pitcher.
Thai II has un n fr Mn,ry thirty yrais, nut Dial n t.luti la now suld tluu
of all other reined Ire fj, chllditu coiublMed r '
lo Von Know thai 111 J'alcut OAV IVpallaicil of lh tlnllnl l.l,, and f
other enunliln, have lulled eadu.lv right la Dr. MUher anil Ma aulgne lu um the wvid
t'Mstorlal ml ll fui inula, sad (hat to Imitate them b a slate pt laoit oflVnee t
lo Von Know thai on of tin mw for giatillng thla government ptuto.ik,0
was brcsuw Caaioilt bad been proven lob ultaolutcly liarrulcaaf
. Io Vow Know lhal JJ avcrajf dose of Caelotla at furnUhrd f.- 3j
cent, oouiiiadi.er i
lo Von Know lhal warn possessed of I hi ptifat preparation, your children may
b kept well, aud that ,us may hart unbroken real F
Wrtl Itlriar Itilnfe ai woilh knowing. Tliry ate facta.
Tlit fnc littlf
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
R. P. EbMORE,
M. H- HARRISON.
Sailin , (lutes to and from Tillamook and Nelia'tin depend
on the weather. For freight and passenger
rates apply to
KLMOKE, SANBORN & CO., Agents.
O. KAN. CO.,
After (Deals I
Or ill hiiv oiler liino
wlii'ii ii "ii-li ii i'immI
cik'iir link lur 1 1 1 at Wi .
v known. . Iinmo- nmdo,
IhiiiiI nmcU, wlii to Ihlior
"Lt Hello Antorlu."
OoiiOHtU-tl liy all miiokfr
to hii Hit) iK'at oinur
W. F. SCIilEBE,
71 Nin'1? Street,'
sshTg g in s &co"
Grocers, : and : Butchers
Aatorla and Uppar Aatitrla
rina Ta anJ Ciftwa, TaMa DM(ac'i, Domattlc
and Truplial I rulu. Vr g.!iaWi'a, hugar
Cur.4 Hainl, llarnn. Klc.
Choice Fresh and Salt Meats.
la there a man with heart ao co'.d,
That from hie family would withhold
The oomfnrte which they all could find
In artlclt of FURNITURIi of th
nd w would mnwKt at thla aoaaon,
, r SliU-bonrd. KxtiMislnn Table, or ae
if I lnlnif Ohalra. We have the lanrea
ami rlnwit line er ahown In the city
.ni) at prlrc.i that cannot fall te pleaa
th rinit buyer.
HEILBORN & SON.
. ..ew" -,fj .m m eeP".
' In en rvf ry
A gen , Portland.
FREEMAN & HOLMES.
Kl.-lKl attention (wild to itinlHit r
t'Mirlng, ttrai-4'lHaa hurwihooliiK t-
LOCCINC CflWP (flORK A SPECIALTY
'87 Olny etrewt. between Third and
lid Fourth Aa'oHa. Or
A.HTORIA IKON. WOUK8
Con'nmly Sl .fonlnt .latkmn, Aaloila.
General Machinists and Boiler Makers
Land anil Marina Cnglnai, Dollar work. Steam
boat and Cannery Work Specialty.
Caitlngi of All Daicrlptlnna Mada to Ordar oa
John Kox.Prealdent and Pu. orlntendeni
A. L. Fox Vice President
O. It. Prael Secretar
"a talented editor."
Clentlemen: I hnd occasion to nae
aoveral boxea of Krauae'a Headache
CrihuUh while travellna; to Chicago to
attond the National Democratic Con
vention. They acted like a charm In
rreventlmr headache and dlxalneaa
lave had very little headache alnoe
my return, which la remarkable.
JOHN U. BHATFEn.
Ed. Kenovo (Pa.) Record.
For aale by Choa. Rogera, Aatorla,
Or., aole asent
Ilia flln non.nolennnna
rtiii4Mjv ri Utinnrrliiva.
Wliitca. uunattiral tl.'
I rhnrgva, ur any lultutnnta-
llnn. Irritation or uitTia
tlon tit in nc tin a niiMu
IniEEvaNI 0HIM"M C. lran, Nn-atfliin.l.
V. TT.F nr 'nt In plain wrnptwr,
-P5'tn ii m. 1 1 r s Utti.'. ti:h.
Circular auut ua n-uumt.
jf jrciiHKi.'C i
la 1 1, a d.Ji.tS
r , '-jg Qa.niiu.Kl M
Kw no. w luwirt.
P V'N.nu MniMtlua.
Tide Table for
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tfarine matters, Here, There and
Nona of the lnmlnl
n ut out lcrilu'.
v- U In harbor
Tim llrlluili elili Kuniriinit trai towi-d
iii the riM-r lo I'urilnnil on Hunilay
The an Rtiu r ruapati'h I on the beach
wlili a brokt'tt r'uMt'r. It la being nj.
Ilie.t at the Aatorla Iron Worke.
The iHrgrniih line lo the Cap
ilown all iluy yucinlay. I'rtvata rr.
Imria wrn tu the -(t -rt that th mccilh
at the river ua obaruri'd wllh Ihli'k fog.
TIik ateani"r KIM-trlc I on the crl.llon
lit the Aalorln Iron W-ka, Hit Imllerra
are iM-ina ri'iulrel and her rnarhlnery
amii-rully ovrrhaulnl. Hhe will he oft
iIih aya nut week.
Thi lumber arhonnrr llueneme com
ii'tr Din illacliargfl of her aaml bullant
at Hiiallfr'a dink ycati'nluv nflmoon
ami Din lnkr-n III tow by the No Wondrr,
I'uvliiK iii the river for 1'ortland at nun-
Tiny drink Ihit In llaro, and Iota of
It. Tin- ran ehtn of Klavid'a dork yea'
linluy waa IiihtmI up with empty har-
on on aide of tho atramlioat land
line, while on the other waa a tempting
!Ulr.; conlitiiment of now aooda reaily
for al.limvnt. Altoithi'r the "barrel
trade (oreia a wry (air proportion of the
aii-nmrr llwaco'a freight Hat.
The American ahlp Itoanoke. J1S daya
fnon New York, la outalde the hrada and
will rnnio Into the harbor thla morning.
Her lon voyucfl la due lo Having put
Into a Houth American port for repair
of iluniuKia In a gale. 8ha la a four
niaater, the large! American ahlp afloat.
and la a alatrr ahlp to the Shenandoah
and Kuaiuehanna, all three being built
at Hath, Me., by Heawell Co. A fourth
Hit ahlp built by thla firm waa loat. The
Itoanoke la 311 feet In length, almoet bu
feet tieam and S feet deep. Bho la o(
1.IUU tuna burden. Chronicle.
Amomr all Die acrldenta to veaaela and
H.tun. ra that have hern recorded as hap
pening In the North Pacific, of late years.
a very, email percentage Ind -od of wrecks
or minor trouble haa fallen to the lot
of lumber mhooiier that run all th year
round iietwren thla city and California
pen. They leave the Columbia and net
fely on their way when every other
kind of craft le tied tip waiting tit Ihe
weather to aiibalde, and they are aa regu
lar In their trip, summer and winter, aa
eteauibnata. Certainly. In any kind of a
gnle, they are comfortable, and with
favorable wlrds they nr often much
Simulation still goes on along the
water front concerning the fate of th
t'uilxow Koreat, anil every day the per
reninve of hope diminishes. No word
hue jvt been received concerning the
lentlty of the veiel reported at anchor
In Clnf oqiiot aound, though a large nJm-bit-
of ttlegrnma hove been sent from
thin city to j'uget sound ports and Vic
toria. The admiralty charts show the
iliimrcroua nature of the vicinity of anil
eniiunce to ciaynqiiot. It Is a lnaaa of
fulxe channels and bewildering Islet e, and
the rhencea would lie a thousand to one
Hgulns.1 a vessel of any else getting Inside
Th. schooner Gotama. Captain Itrlssen.
uud the iihooner Orient, Captain Mit
chell, bod bound for Coos bav. bail a
Irlftlnif match out between the heads
yesterday afternoon, nays the Examiner.
Thoasca was rolling brnvilv without a
breath of wind, but the vessels wen'
milking good speed on the outrunning tide
until they reached the nine-fathom buov.
Then a big toppling" wave threw them to
ther with a furious bump. At the llrst
shock tho Orient lost her bowsprit ami
had her headgear carried away, tin the
next roll of the swell she returned the
now ny inning heavily against tho port
side of the Ootama, crushing her bul
warks and tearing her sails Into rlhbon.
rhe rigging was carried away and the
upper works of the vessel badly dam
aged. The schooners slogged each other
at every roll of the swell for Several
minutes, till llnnlly they Urlfted anart.
The tnitlwint Monarch, owned by the
Fhipowners' and Merchants' Towboat
'oinpaiiy, bud a very narrow escape on
he har last Tuesday night, snvs the Call.
She was passing In when a Riant comber
came along and swept her from alem to
stern. Her side llirbts were washed awav
mil all her hawsers went over with the
eiiins; waters. The wave even wnshn.l
nto the pilot house, but Cantaln Dnn
Thompson succeeded In keeping the ves
sel on her course and managed to dodgo
uie noi sea mni came nlonir. Tho Mon
arch passed up tho bay under a slow bell,
as the captain did not care to make speed
when he had no light out. Superintend
ent Gray, of the towhont rm,,.,.. .i.i
mni oiiiHioo or me loss of her nlili-liirhta '
and hawsers the Monarch had sustained ;
no damage. Yesterday afternoon ahe
waa sent out and picked up the anchor!
or tne uceuient, which that veswl lost
off lelggs' whuff ilurln? the recent
Tho great Chlrngn drnlnnce cnnal.
which la to conduct the sewernge of the
city Into the MIsHlsslppi, will bo com
pleted thla year or early In tho next. Its
total length will be K miles, of which
nine are through solid limestone which
hnd to be etenvnted to a depth of thlrty
slx feet, liesldes this, a new channel III
mllea long had to be cut for the IV:
Plnlnes river, which runs along tho eldest
of tho canal to keep Its waters out In 1
flood tide, beside lfl miles of levees.
Many Immense steel cantilevers have1
been used for removlnr tho excnvate.i
material, Tho cost of tne canul will be
yai'.ouu.iHUi.- the average depth of water In i
It S4 feet, ut d it will deliver 300.000 gallons
of diluted sewage per minute. Its com-
Mill II WATKII.
,li. in. I ft
7 ft5i-l 9
pletlon will make a deep 'vaterway be
tween th Ureal Itkea and th Missis
sippi, and were the Nicaragua canal an
accomplished fart Astoria could clear
steamers direct for Chicago, Milwaukee,
Detroit, jtunalo. etc., and vice erK.
Th difference In coat between a thirty'
day voyage and a twenty-day haul by
rail over th mountain would reach
millions of dollars and the fact that cheap
tiansportatlon to the principal markets
existed would attract population and
capital to this coaat.
A Monterey, Cal., special aays: Th
killing of a calf whal In .Monterey bay
a few weeks ago Is likely to lead to re
sults most important lo th city of Hon
lerey. Arrangemenle have Just been
completed by which an experimental
whaling outfit la to b placed her. The
project la barked by New York parties
and there will be no lack of capital to
make It a aiucce. C. H. Kackenthsll.
their repreaentativ here, la enthusiastic
on th subject, and aays that money will
not be spared to make th equipment
nrst-rlaa In every respect. Th scheme
I this: To put In two large whaling
boa Is with complete whaling outfits, such
aa bom I, guna, harpoons and all other
necessary accoutrements for the chase
and capture of th huge leviathan, on a
six months' trial. Captain Pedro, who
haa had many years csperlvnc as a
whaler, will b put In command of th
boat with order to take ail kinds of
oil-bearing fish. The oil will b (hipped
direct to New York to be there disposed
of. At the end of the alx month. If the
balance la on th right aid of th ledger,
an oll-rellnlng plant on the most exten
sive seal wilt b put In and the fleet of
boats added to aa necessity may demand.
I ne investment will undoubtedly prove
a prontauin one. aa the whales ar again
making- Monterey bay a rendezvous.
Bi s reel y a day passes that several of the
mammals ar not seen Sortlng In Its
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Willamette TJrer, Channel to Portland.
Oregon Notice la hereby given that the
Heat Office bar, single post-light beacon
(lower) waa carried away by a ateamer
colliding; with It and will be replaced aa
soon aa th depth of water in the Wil
lamette River will permit.
Thla nolle affects the List of Lights
and Ko-81gnJs. Pacific Coast, JW5, Page
3D, No. art: also the List of Ueacons and
Liuoya. PaclHo Coast, ISA. Page (.
Ily order of the V. S. Lighthouse board.
O. W. FAR KN HOLT.
Commander U. 8. Navy,
Inspector 13th L. H. District
Office of V. 8. Lighthouse) Inspector,
Portland, Oregon. 25th January, 1.
A PRETTY FACE
Is the result of a healthy physical con
dition, "lleauly la but skin deep." yet it
greatly depends on a clear complexion,
free from wrinkles and hollow cheeks.
Health always brings wealth of beauty.
A healthy stat of th system cornea with
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It's
a medicine prepared for woman's ail
ments It cures thosa derangements and
weaknesses which make woman's life
A woman who neglects to take proper
exercise la particularly prone to excessive
congestion, debility and a sluggish circu
lation, Thla Is th tlm we advise th
'Prescription." In all derangements
and displacements of the special organs
which result in "signs of Inflammation,"
In catarrhal discharges from the lining
membranes, and In distressing Irregulari
ties this medicine effects perfect and
Mr. Wyndham Do you like the young
man who Is paying attention to your
Mr. Warrington What difference does
that make? Mary does.
Children Cry for
The people of Cincinnati are taking
;tep lo erect a atatue of General Zebu
kn Pike, th discoverer of Pike's Peak.
"C!ve me a liver regulator and I can
regulate the world," said a genius. The
iniKKlat handed him a bottle of De Witt's
l ittle Karly Risers, the famous little
plila. Chaa. Roiayrs.
"Freddie, why did you drop the baby
on the floor?" "Well, 1 heard everybody
say It la a bouncing baby, and I wanted
to ate It bounce." Truth.
ROYAL Baking Powder.
Highest of la tesvealag
Strength.). S. OvrsraoMot Report.
The war talk has been a great boon to
tho country In one respect. It hns
drowned out the Maher and Fltastmmons
talk. Kansas City Journal.
be persuaded to try some
thing you know nothing
about for a remedy. that has
stood the test for twenty
of Cod-liver Oil never fails
to arrest wasting, both in
children and adults. "There
are others," but they are
50c. and li.ao at all druggists.
a uommmui) TaBAHurtE.
V, W. FulMr, of Canijrie, Jf. j
aye that he alwayf kf Lr. Klng'a
nw uiac ovary in Me liuua. and hla (env
lly ha 4wye fund the very best r
auita rinnr He ui; that he wiikl nA
be wl'hout II. If fn-'irurahl. O, A. Iyke-
man, urunnai, aiaklil. Ti. T., Mya that
Ir. Klntr'a Nar ianvry la undoubtedly
the tMt ouh remedy; that h haa uaed
II in hla family trr eight yaara and that
It r.a never failed to do all mat to
ciajmd ror II. Why not try a remedy
ao lenf tried and l.etrd. Trill bottlea
free at Oiaa. Tliajare' drug ttore. Rrgular
eiee wc. ana i.
"Th love of money la the root of all
evil," quoted Mrs. Ijimb. ".No," replied
Mr. Umiv who had been shorn Im-ly,
"Wall street Is lite route of all evil. ' -I'ltlsburg
on Minuet Cough Cur touches me
right spot. It also louche It at the
right time If you lake It when you have
a cough or cold. Me th point? Then
don't cough. Cha. Hog
Cholly-Yaa. I twkvd lo play golf last
summer, but I gave It up when I was
hit on th head and knocked silly. Maud
indeed, that a too bad, and can the
doctor do nothing for you?-Truth.
Dr. Price: Cream Baking Powder
Contain Aasaaeala f Al .
"Dear n , Adelbert," said the poet's
wife, "this stuff don't make sense." "1
know thst a well a you do," said the
poet. "It Isn't Intended to make sense.
It la to make dollars. It was ordered
by a magaxlne." Washington Star.
Quick In effect, heals and leave no
scar. burning, scaly skin eruptions
quickly cured by D Witt's Witch Haa-I
Salve. Applied to burns, scalds and old
sores. It la magical In effect. Always
cures piles. Cha. Rogers.
Old Lady-Can ynu saw wood? Kol-
llngston Nomoss Pardon me. madam.
but you are slightly at fault In your
tenses. If you mean, can I see wool, 1
may aay that my eyesight Is slightly
BHILOH'S CURB Is sold on a guaran
tee. It cures Incipient conaumptlon. It
Is th best Cough Cure. Only one cent a
dose, 25 cents, U cents, and L04. For sale
by J. W. Conn.
Hubby When I first got married I de
termined to have no large Items of ex
pens In housekeeping: but I And after
all that It Is the Utile things that counL
Hatch How many have you? Hubby
I have four Detroit Free Press.
A high liver with a torpid liver will not
be a long; liver. Correct th liver with
De Wltt'a Llttl Early Risers, little puis
that cur dyspepsia and constipation.
In a recent letter to a friend William
E. Gladstone said: "We are due at
Hlanits on my birthday, a day on which.
If I live to see It, I shall complete my
Mth year. A long- count, a great reckon
All th patent rnecllslne advertised
In thla paper, together wtth the eholo
eat perfumery, and toilet articles, eta.
can be bought at tne lowest price at
w. conn e a rug storo, opposite Oc
cident Hotel. A-tors.
Bruant, the "chaneonnler," writes his
signature on a book of his songs and
makes you pay for the book and the
autograph. He has a scale of prices
corresponding to a scale of flattering "ex
donna." At a dinner at Arton's one
evening he did a great business with the
CUests until his work Irritated the host
exceedingly "How many books have
you unsold?" questioned Arton. "Ten,'
Bruant replied. Arton gave xss to him
and said. "Now give ua real."
PROVKN A BOOH.
Gentlemen: I hare always recom
mended Kra'iae'i Headacne Capsule
wherever I hare bad a chance. They
have proven a veritable boon In my
family aaaJnst any and aU kinds of
beadacba. Toon truly.
J. B. WALTER.
For aale by Chaa. Rogers, Astoria,
Oregon, sole agent
The new ambassador from Russia, U.
Kotsebue. la located at the embassy at
Washington, Mme. Kotxebue, who Is
quite sick, la still in Russia, but will
probably join her husband here by next
winter. The ambassador has two chil
dren, one a lady who Is married to the
Count de Rehlnder, and is a moat beauti
ful woman of the pure blonde type, and
a son, M. Paul Kotxebue, wno is an om
cer In th Russian army, and has jest
been man-eld to a pretty girl of about 17.
Children Cry for
CAN BE IMAGINED.
Dusxey So Ftlxbooby was Intoxicated
last night, was he? .
Dunev How badly?
Dochey In th full aense of the word.
Gtoeral tad Nervew Debility.
Weakness of Body and
Mind, Effect of Errors
or Exosasea la Old or
Young. Robust, Noble
Manhood fully Restored.
How to Enlarge ?d
Strengthen Weak, In
deveJopod Portions of
falllnffRomsTreatment. n.n.flM In a day.
'mm AO kuim and FnrelKD
Countries. Baud for DeeorlpUre Boor., ex
pinna'1"" and proofs, mailed t sealed! free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, H.Y.
Are You Going East?
If so. drop a line to A, C. Sheldon,
miaeat aa-ent of th "Burlington
ttoute," 160 Washington at, Portland.
In will mall yon free of charge, maps,
time ta.ble. and advise vou aa 10 lue
K through rates to any point, reserve
Laleeptni: car accommodations tor you,
Hand furnish vou with through tickets
(via either the Northern, Union, South-
aim. Canadian Pacific, and Great Nortn-
ern railroads at the very lowest rates
The Burlington Route Is generally
onoeded to be the finest equipped rail
'road in the world for all classes of
THE ABOVE PICTURE DOES NOT
A passenger train on the Chicago, Mil
waukee and St. Paul Railway, No. Its
tarins are vetlbuled, heater by steam,
and lighted by electricity. Each sleep
car berth haa an electric reading lamp.
Ita dining cars are the best In the world,
and Its coaches are palace on wheels.
This great railway, connecting as It
does with all transcontinental lines at St.
Paul and Omaha, assures to the tarvellng
public the beat service known. Tickets
via the Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Paul
Railway are on aale at nil railroad ticket
office to any point In the United Slates
or Canada. For maps, folders and other
nf or ma Hon. address.
C. J. EDDY. General Agent,
4 J. W. C
J. W. CASEY, Portland, Or.
Pass and Tkt. Agent,
frSfflSIj frlTM'Jrto II I J I
. r4 k$K-iKr.i ,-aw
Ship Chandelery, ' '
Iron & Stpel,'
Groceries & ProYisions,
Flour & Mill Feed,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Doors & Windows,
Wagons & Vehicles.
E. fUNEIL, Receiver.
A 'SaSSBBaBaBBjaBBJSaaBBBB- a
Pullman and Tourlat Sleepers)
Free Reclining ChJre Car,
Astoria to San Francisco.
Columbia. Tuesday, Jan. U
State of California, Sunday, Jan. IS.
Columbia, Friday, Jan. 24.
Slate of California, Wednesday, Jan. 3.
Columbia, Monday, Feb. 1
State of California, Saturday, Feb. 8.
Columbia, Thursday, Feb. 11
Astoria and Portlnd Steamers.
The T. J. Potter will leave Aatorla at
1p.m. dally, except Sundiy; leave Port
land at T a. m. dally, except Sunday.
Th Steamer Lurtine wUt taava Aatorla
at 1:45 a. m. dally, except Sunday; leave
Portland at I p. m. dally except Satur
day. For rate and general Information call
on or address
Q. "W. LOUNSBERRT.
W. H. HTJRLBURT,
Oan. Pas. Act. Portland. Or.
Are Yon Going East?
Be sure and aee that your ticket
This la the
GREAT SHORT LINE
And all Points East and
Their Magnificent Track. Peerless Ves
tlbuled Dining and Bleeping Car
Trains and Motto: a
"ALWAYS ON TIME "
Have given thla road a national repute
tlon. All classes of Dassengers carried
on the veetlbuled trains without extra
charge. Ship your freight and travel
over thla famous line. All agents have
W H MEAD, p. c. SAVaQE,
Gen. Agent Trav. F. and P. Agt
848 Washington st. Portland. Or.
Mrs. T. S. Hawkins. Chartannov,
Tenn,, aays, "Shilor's Vltallzer -SAVPb
UY LIFE,' I consider It the best rem
edy for a debilitated system I ever
used." For Dyspepsia, Liver or Kid
ney trouble. It excells. Pilve,J4 rts.
For Bale by J. W. Conn.
0) O II
8INO UUNC;. 1'rop.
We have the finest and most romplctn
line of ladles' and children's novellle
and nollona ever shown In tho city, ami
they urn being sold nt prl 'ei no low ihut
you cannot help buying lli'-m. Slve us
417 Uond (Street, next door to Mouler'a
B. F. ALLEN
Wall Paper, Arlltla' Malarial,. Palnlt,
Oil,. Glat, etc. Japanese Maitl' ita,
Rugs and Bamboo GoeJ
365 Commercial Street.
MKABON Or IScg.iagO.
Over the Great
Leaving San Francisco
Tuesdays and Saturdays
From Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1895.
The mot comptate, modern, elegantly
equipped and perfectly arranged Veati
buled TraneCTjntinerKaJ Train in
New Eqnjptnejor, eapeciilly designed for
Direct connections in New Orleans
or all Eastern points. Quick time.
THE flSTOIJI SflVlJjGS BilJlK
Acts as trustee for cornneailnna in In.
Transact a general banking business.
Interest paid on time deposits.
J. Q. A. BOWLBT ,
J. Q. A, BowlbT. C ft Par. Tt.nl
Toting, A. & Reed, D. P. Thompson
W. B. Domes t. Oust Holmes.
Few flen Would Ask
for a Finer Dinner
than those we serve. We're trying in
every way to make them the most en
joyable in town. All the "good things"
of the seasoncooked by our excellent
cook In the most delicto ua style, perfect
If you invite a friend to the Palace
Restaurant the Dlac ia a sufficient ei
ante that na will receive a good meal.
The Palace ljestaorant
J. A FASTABEND,
PILE D?IYE5, HOUSE, BRIDGE AJ1D
Address, box isa. Postofttce. ASTORIA. OR
A complete stock of lumber nn hand
In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rus
tic, celling, and all kind nf flni.h-
mouldings and shingles; also bracket
work done to order. Terma
and prices at bedrock. All oruera
promptly attended to. Office and yard
at mill. H. L. LOGAN. Pmn
KARL'S CLOVTCT nnrrr . . .
Blood purifier, gtvs rreanness and
clearness to th Linnniumm ...
Constipation, f5 eta, &u cts, ll.oo.
rr sate Dy J. w. Conn.
INDORSED BY THE PRESS.
Gentlemen: Thla u ,n rie ,..
have used Krauae'a Headacne Capsules
with satisfactory results. I fe,Ue;ht a
box which coat ine -no. and one eapsrle
cured me of a dreadful sick headache.
My wife and rovself nave both used
the medicines manufactured h. ...
Norman Llcbty Mfg Co., and we re
commend them to the public as being
Must what they are represented.
W. J. HUTCHISON.
Ed. Gazette, Pleasant Hill Mn.
Twenty-five cents, for sal br Chaa
Rogers, Astoria, Or., aoie agents.
Captain Sweeney. U. S. A.. Sn rn '
Cal., saya: "Bhlloti'a Catarrh Remedy
la the first medicine I have ever found
that would "lo me any good. Price W
cts. Sold by J. W. Coun.
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