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JOHN I. LICJirTER, Editor.
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the largest circulation of anjr
newspaper published on the Columbia
Advertising rate can be bad on ap
plication to the business manager.
The Week! Aatorian. the second old
est weekly In the ttate of Oregon, hat
next to the Portland Oregonian, th
largeet weekly circulation in the state.
Jno. F. Handley & Co. are our Portland
agents, and copies of the Astorlan can
be had every morning at their stand, lit
BEAUTIFUL Al STRONG!
The Greatest American Prima Donna Made Well
by Paine's Celery Compound.
EXPORTING OUR SILVER.
One of the aiguments of the silver men
Is th.t the re fural of the right of free
coinags destroys the value of one of the
g.eat products of the Untied States, and
diminishes by so much the total of our
national wealth. So far U this from
being the truth, that the cessation of
silver coinage and silver purchase by the
government has helped to make a mar
ket abroad for this metal where none ex
isted before. This is one of those curious
and unexpected results that fequently
appear from a study of the trade reports.
We are told that Europe has "demone
tised" silver, and that the markets of the
world have been closed against it by our
course. Silver not being a commodity
that can be used In any way to suppcrt
life, and being available only for use as
money and In the arts. It might naturally
be supposed that to extend the market
for It in any other way than by restcr
nlg its monetary use In some country or
other would be Impossible. Yet the facts
tell a different story.
In ISM) tho export of silver from the i
United States was but W.COO.CW. In pl
there was a net export of 9,W,C, and
In ISM of J14.no.W0. In the following
year came the repeal of the Sherman act.
and the cesastion of the puchase of It of
4.300.000 ounces per month. This was an
absolute cutting oiT of a steady demand
to that amount, while the closing of the
mints of India at the same time nar
rowed the world's markets that much
more. It looks, on the face of It. as if
It were not possible, under such circum
stances, to find any opening for the dis
carded metal. But the net export of
silver In ISO was ts.000.ooe, and In ISM It
rose to 136.140,000, and while the exact
figures for 1SS3 are not yet obtainable, it
is believed we sent out even more than
in im. This is the largest quantity of
silver exported, in excess of Imports, in
the history of the country. And at this
miif fjr ,&r;s j.v
"A" LsJ. flf IT. w V
1 m .yAL-sfys
There was never a remedy 10 highly rec
ommended as Paine's celery comiiound. .
There was never a remedy In such uni
For It makes people well!
tvery one among the thousands who
have been delighted by tho beautiful I
songs of Koma. the great prima donna.
recognise In her one of the world-famous
Born in California, she graduated with
honors at Eastern musical colleges, and
on her return to the coast, became first
the prima donna at the Tlvoli Opera
House In San Francisco.
It was while making the tour with the
famous Marine Band of Washington last
season, that the beautiful Roma feit the
strain of travel, hurry and work, yet in
the evenings she greeted great audiences
with srilies and electritled them with her to Wells A Richardson Co., who prepare
voice. Could she have done this without " ,ln uurnngton, Vermont.
her nn ves were steadied and her stronKth' lne celery rompound Is the most
built up by Paine's celery compound? he ! remarkable remedy for the blood anil
"In Paine's celery compound I find a
very much long-felt want for the worries
and exhaustive cares attendant upon an
active professional life. Paine's celery
compound brings restful strength to body
and mind. Invigorating the system and
Paine's celery compound has made
thousands of people well. It has saved
thousands of women from nervous pros
tration. It has made the weak strong.
It has cured where everything else fulle.1.
Innumerable testimonials as to its won
derful value have been voluntarily sent
nerves, known to the Isth century. II
is employed by the foremost physicians In
ruring kidney and liver trouble and the
diseases due to nervous disorders, faulty
nuiruion, and impoverished blood, pro
duclng results that seem little short of
Paine's celery compound builds up the
irm, purines ins Dlood. regulate the
nerve, i ne weak and worn-out soon find
their frames Invigorated, their spirits
ntmeu ana ineir strength renewed.
It makes people well.
It Is as superior to the ordinary ner
vines, bitters, and saraaparlllaa, a
sirangin I Oetter than weakness.
rate of Increase, it would sot be long be
fore the foreign demand would absorb
even a largely Increased production in th
United Slate?, after setting aside the
amount required for use In the arts.
Fact like this overthrow a whole host
of argument of the free silver advo
cate. They show that the demand for
silver does not cease with the jce.vatlon i
of coinage. They support the position
that It is a commodity, like any o'.her !
commodity, and that price, demand and !
supply fit Into each other as they do !
elsewhere in the commerlcal world. If !
the free silver position were a true one,
only a traction of our product could be
disposed of to the silver-using nations.
The fact Is that since we have ceased to
force deoreciated silver into our currenev. '
nn employment for the white metal that
gives a market at the cost cf impending
name indicates. Is devoted to the interests
of the delvers after wealth In the North
west. It is cf magaxlne size, clearly
printed on good papers and ably edited.
The Astorian wishes for It a successful
Southern California calls attention to
the fact that while the rest of the coun
try is hard up times were never so good
there. If that is so, it explains the he
gira of mechanics and laborln? men
from Portland the other day, and the
best thing Southern California can do foi
herself and the kindest for the balance
of the country is to keep still about her
After Mr. Hammond has located hip
depot ut the Tongue or Smith's Point,
the prot-rty owners of the central pjr-
' ; tlrtn i.t tho flttr will hiiil.l rarwl ,.roni
calamity: we are perfectly able to dispose , . , . ,
, ... . him with a fine depot building and train
of our product elsewhere; and have, in , , ,,, , , .
. , . ground at Clatsop mills. That's ho
el, uum ufj nn enormous uu.innn-s !-!.,
the export of silver. We wish that the
export of breadstuff s from this country
would show any such growth as the ex
port of silver, althought the decline of
price within the tame period has been
much their stupid obstinacy is likely to
rplte Mr. Hammond.
J. W. Pierce, Republic, Iowa, say: "I
have used One Minute Cough Curo In
my family and for myself, with results
so entirely satisfactory that I can hardly
And words to express myself a to Its
merit. I will never fall to recommend
It to others, on' every occasion that
presents Itself." Chas. Kcgcrs.
FIXED FOR TUB WKu.vd TIIINO.
Wbaa Baby was fck, w gave bar Oastoria.
hea she. was a Child, she orled for Osstorla,
When she became alia, she chug to Castorla.
Whea she had Chfldrsa, sb gat the OasMrta,
from lbs lima th water Is turned on un
til no! Irs I given at tills m.c Hint II
will no longer I required, and that Hie
hose bib liaa been detached from the plM.
For sidewalk sprinkling
tlseh U feet front or Iras (Including
washing windows and flours! r.'
Sidewalk, sprinkling must be contlnrd
within the limits of the front of th
premise for which payment lias been
made, and not extended to the adjoining
Tha use of Ih liosa for sprinkling
streets I forbidden under any oltcuin
stance, lloa bibs will not be allotwd on the
premises excepting where luxe rate ars
Hotels, Hoarding and lodging Houses -In
addition lo faniiy rale, each
room , in
Or by special rale.
Ice Cream and Oyster Saloon -
, ti go to S uo
laboratories. Koda Manufactories, Mot
tling Kslahllahmenta, Vinegar Fac
tories and Packing House
Kch u To 10 W
Ordinary, special rate or by meter.
Steam, special rat or by meter, In
addltlun to engine.
ita one-sixteenth Inch notslr,
With one-eighth Inch noitle, spe
Machine Shops, Bash and IVKir Faclorle-
In addition to engine and forge.... I Id
Or by special rata
Manufactories and Shop Not Oilier wise
I. Meter for nine more than ana Inch
In diameter will be allowed only by spe
cial agreement with th applicant.
I Th right Is reserved to set meter
whenever, and In such place onlv. as
may be deemed best. All meter (hall
be and remain th property of th city,
and may be removed whenever th coin
mlttee or superintendent mav !.- m
1 In the event f a meter aetilne am
of order and falling to register, th con
sumer shall lie charged at the average
dally consumption as shown by th meter
when In order.
i. or water delivered by meter, foe
use only In ease of tmervencr. in h.iil.l.
Inga In which Ih city water Is not used,
th minimum charge will be 1 per month
ir"i in aiivance.
B. Vtltn thlS SSCent on. tha minimum
enanr tor water delivered by meter shall
oe m per cent or th schedule rate.
C Meter will be used without notice,
for th detection and Prevention of
and th excess of th meter above th
schedule rat for any month will bo
charged, In addition to th schedule rat
payable In advance for the succeeding
1. Th rate for water supplied bv
meter, except for elevators, ahsll he
For quantities up to 10.000 gallon In
any on month at the rat of M cent for
each l,ono gallon.
For th quantity so used In any ons
month exceeding W.Ou) gallon, and un to
S.000 gallon, at th rat of JO cent for
each 1.0(10 gallons.
for th quantity so used In any on
month exceeding K.M0 gallon, and uo to
(0.000 gallons, at tli rat of 3S cent for
sen l.ouo gallons.
For th quantity so used In any on
month exceeding ie.iui gallons, and up to
loo.ao gallons, at Uie rat of tu cent for
each 1 gallons.
For th quantity so used In any on
month exceeding 10O.0UU gallon, and up to
ko.ieo gallons, at th rt of IS rent for
each l.two gallons. I
ror in quantity so used In any
month exceeding Joo.ouo gallons, at
rat of l cents for each l.ww gallons.
Rents will be charged on meter
month from 10 cent to U on.
Offices, Doctors, Ranks, tc
Dentist offices, each
Public Huildlngs and Illocks
Kach room without faucet
Fach room with faucet
Public Halls and Theaters-
tl W to
Tiii; oams or Tin1
juii.N t. i.iuimm.
oiIIcm, mi'iiilis. Asiiiiliin llull'H'i
tisniiHii Pr.yilci.in. Il.'l cllo.
niVrtll'IAN AMI HIMPHCON.
tutb ovsr Alber. Iiiiiilwr i"r.
slh and Co inisrcUl. Iflresl t all. HI
e.iliulielllelll. lip'Mllilii "
free; insdlciiie furnlslKd.
in low mi! Li:m
OH Till; M A
lilt. KIMV JANHnN.
PlIVfllCIAN AND M.'ltm !
i-im.e nvsr iiImmi's drii 1nr Mini'1
o II a. in.: t to 0 ml T ! P in
lay. 10 to II.
Dry and Pure Tropical
till. n. n KHTKrt
I'HTSIl'l N AVII HI'ft'lKON
HiiecHt (ii'l"" dise-e ""'
n and urcr.
Offli ovor Illlg' "" s....ri
Tlohi f V
IAT TDTTLW. U I.
ii..,hia & anil g I'vtlllKli
....... .1 nn - '
1 I'OIIOUIK'l'U DV I llVHll'ianS t IP llulldlug Hour
mast tttvorublo in AmtTicii
for SuflVroru from . . .
10 tu II and
House and Lunch
IJ 00 lo 15 00
Lung Diseases and
Many Remarkable Cures
Th objection urged against Indio
In th past by th large number win
otherwise would hav been (lad to tak
advantage of Ita beneficial climate, ha
been lack of sultabl acooiiunoda
lion. Th Southern l'clllo Company
UUr plcnsur In sutnounclug that v
have Just been reeled at Indie t
Hon. that will be rented to appilctuib
at reasonabl lates. Tl ey are fur
nlthed with modern convenience. ui
piled with pure artesian water, and ih
situated a tu gov occupant all tht
advantages to be derived from a mure
or less protracted resident' In this d
(From th San Francisco Argonaut)
"In the heart of th grat desert of
th Colorado whUdl Hi Southern l'a
cine road traverses there I an oal
culled Indio, which. In our opinion. I
Ui sanltarlutn of Hi earth. W be
lleve, front personal liiveallgaUnti. Ilia)
for certain Invalid, the- I no spot ot
tills planet so favorable."
O. T. Stewart, M. !.. wrltea: "Tb
Purity of the air, and the denial sun
shine, nil one with wonder and delight.
Nature ha accomplished s
much that there remains but llttls for
man to do. As to It possibilities as
heeJtti resort, her la th mot per
feet uimhlne. with a temperature al
way pleasant, perfectly dry soil
for rain Is an unknown factor; purs
oxygen, dens atmosphere and pure
water. wnai ntnr can be desired
It la the place, abov all other, for
lung trouble, and paradise for rheu
matlca. Considering th number ol
sufferers who have been cured. I havi
no nesitancy in recommending; this
genial rula a th haven of lb afflict-
ATTOIl N KT AT- LA W.
W, M. UForc. H. II. PiiUlh.
Pa t'oiuuisrclal Iroet.
I. g. A HOWMlT.
ATTOHNEI AND rtirNSKUHl
niHM nn Meoond Htivet. AsloH. n
J. N. Dolph. Ilk hard NUo
Cheater V. IKilph.
DOU'll. NIXON UOU'II.
ATTOUNKYH AT I.AW.
Portland, Dreg in, St. 15. :. and 11,
llaiiillloii llulldlug. All legal and col
lection business promptly alt-tided lo.
I'laitiia against th government spe
cially. rSOOIMTr MKKTINtH.
TIIPU: I.OIH.U NO. T. A. F. and
A. M. Itegtilar rttnttiutilcttoii lipid
on th first and third Tuesday evsnlng
of each month.
w. o. iiownj. w J
E. C. IIOIJ.i:S. le-irv.
ItKAl. KSTATIC NOTAIir PUIUJO.
XV. C. CAfWEtX.
171 Tsnth street.
WIIIIN IN liiri.A.l Cull on Jno
V, IUii.il. y Cu . l:i Ttilid sirexi. and at
ihn I'silv Asiorlmi. Visitors nr.. I nut
ml' their morning 'si r ahile three
VTINKH AND HHAS!'IKs ' . v.,
fandel win Instead .if c(Tc .. i.
r If t v cei ts er s'.lli.n l i i- -i
ewrli and n'1i-i i brxr.ov ! i- n
ignan and wins si mil
A. V. ALLICN,
til ALL H IS
Grixeilr, r!,.i, I rcj, Cfovivimo, ltm
Vt t."l.ii.s, t-i i.lirry, (l.is 411J
PLiIc! .I'r. I Hj'i-is'SiJiTllrv
The man who threw a mature egg ait
Ahlwardt. the Oerman Jew-baiter, at!
"-nnee t'r'on wise weeks ago has beenj
fined IS for disturbing the peace with
the odor of the egg. whereas he should'
have been fined '! for not hitting AM-1
KARL'S CbOVER FijuT will purify'
your blood, clear your complexion, res !
ulate your Bowels, and make your heal
clear as a bell. 26 eta., M eta., ana li.oo.
sold by J. W. Conn.
Caviar sandwiches are very much In
demand where light refreshments only
Wages are the laborer's share of the
gross product of wealth. When that ;
product is decreased the workman mutt
obtain a smaller share. If the decrease!
1 In value or In quantity the wagts will
be less In dollars. This year we are:
buying in other lands millions of dollars .
of material such as we made at home
last year and In the years preceding.
This means simply that foreign workmen
are performing for us services for which
our workmen are fully competent, but,
are not pertttltted to perform. Mot only
are imports of manufactures increasing,
The loss In wages to those engaged in
strikes in Connecticut last year, as esti-j
mate'I by the state bureau of inbor sta
tistic?, was lt2,400. The loss to employ
e's wan !'J,KI0, less than one-tenth of the
amount lost by the wage-earners.
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
LICKRTY BELL OOINO HOME.
V.'e hear a good deal Just at this t:ic
about favorite sons, political machines,
and state and county liosees. Hut along ;
about June all these will be lyinjr with j
their ears clone to the ground nnd listen
Ing for the voice of the people.
The Atlanta exposition was over Prig
iro, but the Liberty Hell is s ill down
there soin tvlierj an in the ruins. Ap-
i iii i'tly it tail been forgotten eorlu
nately it occurred to somebody that It
might as well be brought l.ime, and It
may now be expected to arrive In Phila
delphia next Saturday.
A GOOD WORD.
1 Send your ed-lreue to II. E. BiickaMi &
: Cj., CliV-aso, and gw a free sample box
of Or. King's New Life Pills. A trill will
crv,ne you of their merits. Ttie; Dills
dui tne prouuets or agriculture are com-i are aaasy la action and are particularly
ing in in large quantities. This forces ' effective In the cure of Oonsripation and
many Americans into Idleness. The un
employed men are thus impelled to coil
tend for the places of the workmen v. ho
have employment, and the competition
can have no other result than to drive
down all wages.
Sick Headache. FYr Malaria and Liver
rroub.ej oy have been proved rnvaiu
able. They are guaranteed to tie perfect
ly fr-se from every detoteriou substance
fcnd to be purely vegjetble. They do not
woak&i by their sexton. tut by giving
to.?- co sturrt&cii and busxSs greatly in-li,'jrj-jng
the agsojsa. Kru)ir size 25c
per tox. Sold be Oheai Regv-rs, Druggist.
Mr. J. J. KelL Sharpsburg, Fn.
Dear Sir- I s-in glad to say r v"d
isord for Krause'i Headache Capsules.
After sulTering for over three year
with acute neuralgia and Its consequent
Insomnia (-vhlch seemed to baffle the
efforts of some of our best physicians)
you suggested this remedy which gave
ma almost instant relief. Words fall
to express the praise I should like to
bestow on Krause's Headache Capsules.
MRS. E. R. HOLMES.
If an Individual spends more than he
earns, his credit Is not likely to be good
in the community where he resides. It Is
Just so with the United States. It is
living beyond its Income. No learni d, i
complicated theory is necessary to ac
count for the unfortunate financial pliRht;
ill which our country finds Itself. The
homely lllutsration which we l ave cit'U
above tells the entire story. The smi-'
plest, plainest citizen can understand it.
We were trouble by no nationil deficit
during the Harrison regime. The Re
publican admlnstratlon emltd with a I a'
ance on the right side. The licKink-y
tariff produced u surplus during every
year of Its noimal operation.
Although a girl may be bright enough
to know that "kiss" Is a noun, she's
frequently unable to decline It. Phila
Children Cry for
She Do you think we are going to have
a war? He Yes, I do. She What do
you think we are going to make war on?
He On paper. Yonkers Statesman.
ROYAL Baking Powder.
Highest ot all la leavening
Strength. V. S, Government Report
Th Chicago Tribune thinks Senator
Ben Tillman either crazy or an Ineffable
ass, and calls upon the sergcant-Ht-arms
to put him In Jail the ne.vt time he l
rullly of hladft-iiar'd'f r-. in the v.;.-t-.
The first number nf .-. new .r.'i: ;.
Journal, r,tU!c.l Hiring, ' :.jl.i s-1. .1 ! .,
J K. Armsironsr, In r'jiokcne, ur U--
f:acon So your friend i "engaged to
tht Hnston girl, after all? Egbert Yes.
"How did he melt her?" "He didn't; he
simply froze to hr." Yonker Statesman.
Per '1 In ! ; ril'uiipolntmer.t by expert-1
rvmln;?. Jiepend upon One Mintitel
oiiKh Ci;re end you have immediate rc-'
li' f. I: -aiT. croup. The ony harml 1
r- ttir-dv that produces immediate results, i
MONTHLY WATER RATES.
The water rates will be du and pay
able In advanc at th office of the city
water work on th first day of each
month (except for elevator or by meter,
which are payable on th first day of th
succeeding month), and If not paid within
th-) first ten dayr the water will be shut
off from the premise, a provided In sec
tion S and an.
It is understood that none of tha fol
lowing rates Include charges for laths,
water closets, urinals and hose:
rate less than U 01
For each barrel of flour used per
First chair M
Each additional chair 8
1 ,r;it tub. private K
Fach additional tub S
First tub In hotels, boarding and
lodging houses, public buildings
and block 1 SO
Fach additional tub 1 M
Barber shops and bathing houses,
each tub I M
Each additional forge
Honkblnderles and Printing Offices
For each l.ooo brick laid. Including
water for lime
Wetting each barrel of lime for
plastering, or any other purpose
Wetting each barrel of cement
Stone work, per perch
Butcher Shops and Fish Markets
8chsola (Public snd Prlvale)-
tt W lo t 00
612 miles from
1,30 .ui leu from
LOS A X i Kl. ICS
Snap A Kodak
Chinese Buildings or Houses-
First six persons 2 M
Each additional person it
Chinese Wash Houses
Each fit to 00
City Buildings, eta
S3 00 to C tu
Six persons or less 1 (f
Each additional person 10
Filling Cisterns (Private)
For each 1,000 gallons, special rate.
Each, in addition to engine and
forge j tl SO to 5 0U
Each ; 00 10 26 00
, uovernment Buildings
Special rate. ,
For Irrigation, Including space oc
cupied by building-Each lot of
ground (60x100 feet or less) 1 00
All persons Intending to use hose for
irrigation during the present year must
make application at this office before
commencing to use the wster, whether
they have paid for the use of the hose
during the past year or not.
To persons agreeing to pay for hose
for Irrigation during the months of June,
July. August and September, no chargo
will be made during the remainder of th
Person not so agreeing must pay
Settling earth, special rate.
Each room without faucet
Each room with faucet
On horse or cow
Each additional horse or cow
Above ratns apply whether water
taken from stable or elsewhere.
Livery and Feed Stables -Special
Steam Engines and Rollers -Each
horse power (ten hour each
day) to ten horse power
Each, from ten to twenty horse
Each, from twenty to thirty horse
Each, above thirty horse nower
For boiler for heating purposes.
according to slio of hull, 11 nir IV In
wua engine go
Steamboat. Ships, Tugs, etc.
Orug stores 12 ) to E 00
Oro 1 ry stores m
Hardware stores j no
I-. roods and other store loo
Liquor stores (wholesale).... $3 CO to S 00
For families living In the same
building j M
Swill and Slop Hoppers
I ror each slop hopper with outlet
I or waste pip two or more Inches
In diameter, and supplied with
water direct from faucet, or In
any manner olher than I y buckets,
Other than self-closing
Other than self-closing
Water Closets (Ollmr Than
First closet, private
Each additional closet
First closet In stores
Each additional closet
Flr.it closet in hotels, hoarding and
longing houses, saloons, public
buildings and block t to
Each additional closet 1 00
One closet for two families 1 00
. Each additional family Cu
Water Closets (Tank Closet)-
nrst closet private Co
Each additional closet K
First closet In stores f
Each additional closet a
First closet In hotels, hoarding snd
lodging houses, saloons, public
buildings and blocks 1 00
I'.ach additional closet
One closet for two families.,
For each additional family...
Special rate or by meter.
Number of Occupants
In all dwellings, stores, offices and
other places (except hotels and
lodging houses), where the num
ber of occupants exceed six per
sons, the charge for each person
In excess of six will be, In addi
tion to tha above rat pi
For other uses or business not herein
mentioned, by special rate or by meter.
The right is reserved bv ih ivn.,
Commission to amend or add to these
rule and regulations. Or to clisnfrn ilia
water rates as experience mnv show fn
be necessary or expedient.
Fare Irom lot Angelrn
For further Information Inquire of
any Southern Pacific Company sgent.
E. P. nOOBRfl.
At. hn. Psjia Agt. a P. Co
J. U. KIRK LAND,
DUt. Pass. Agt
rnr. firs' virt Aider His, Pnrtlanit, O
.. I di
.. c 00
KKAT1NO 4 CO will npen their
www Music llatl si ro Anor street,
Hstunlsy the tilth. Thsr will
WW keep numlierlcM gnol liquor
snd rlgsrs Vslilei hsvlnit ond music all ll.
Greatest -f- faiCo
FROM OCEAN TO
Palace Dining from and Sleeping Cam.
Luxurious Dlnlni: Cars.
Elefcint Day Coaches.
at shy 111,1 I'uiiiit.d 1. 11 . .
our 110 s v 11 .'
purirmt i1 11 nt.iii l.riiii.M 1
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f) Hi. ti ipik.i. v tu i. iiito.
r bsve toofTi 1 nr. rti. mti u.
rilASt ANY MAN
Conje and Try Thenr
III" til KM ft CO.
EX TEN OKI) KTMI'AYMi
"Do unto other as you would iu,
itbers do unto you." Is riiinakii.-i.. .!.
diown in th following lima l bo ,ie
lUttiptlnii being that yin.:iiy is b 1 1.
or akin to pain or sorrow:
"ticntlciiieii: I'lease H!'t Kruum
Headache t'awiilr ss follows: Tw
boxes to Flora rleny, llavsiinn. N lisK
Two boxc to l.lllle Wilcox, llr.sklnnu
M. I si It . I nave always bnn a great
(offeror from hriidaclir snd your Cap
uie are th only tning that relieves
nie." your V(l-y tnilv,
Havana, N. Ink
For sal by Ch. rtogers, Astoria
Or. 8ile Agent.
I. B WYA'rf,"""
A star!, Oregon.
PAINTS unci OILS.
Sncclsl Attrntlon I'slJ to Supplying Ships.
They Lack Life
There aro twines sold to fishermen
on the Columbia river that stand In
Observation Cars, allowing Unbrolien the pttm" rulallonBhlp to Marshall's
Views jf the Won Jci ful
$5.00 and $10.00
Jsved en ll timers Kstr Touri.t r (he
b'-si on nh- el'i, ) niiiinnetits t,r it... a......
tlircuf Ii. uL
ROYAL ill SWAP II
Chlna and Japan.
Twine as a wooden Image does to th
human being they lack strength-11 f
-evMiinens-rind lusting qualities. Don't
fool yourself Into the belief that other
twines besides Marshal!'! will do "Just
t w'l " They wnn't. They cannot.
Telephone & Bailey Gatzert.
m China bteamers leave Vancom-er, R. C.
25 ;mprr or irjn . .
cm rti of InJU - - i , (t
l"nri of Jtr.in - - . k..'
r- . ' 11(11,
,-i..iiii,nc lenvfH AMIOriS St 7 p.
.ii.ii iri-i.u niioiiiiyi.
leaves l-orilunil ut 7 a. m. dully., e
"Iltilley Clutserf A,ll)r, T
diiv. Wednesdnv, Thiirrdnv. Fn.hiv nnd
tiittirduy morning at 6:45 u. m.i Hiindny
svenlng at 7 p. m. r
Leave Portland dully at II p. m ,,.
cept Sunday. n Saturday al II p "m
.tc North Pacific Bremery
Australian sfenmrr lesv Vsnrnu
iom oi vsry month
.fsrij ra,M and i,,f'rniatlon Bohemian I Pirnr
. ds I I M I . . crw i I
' ''Vei.T, And XX tUTf
V. t.MrSon. rrr.u, in., ....
Vanrmiver k C i ll ComMPc"t BJloon. All r.l .,, wm
vanroiiver. H. I. be promptly attended to. U
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