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Ciwtorta In Dr. Sumuol VU ber' prcrlitlon fur InfuuU
n1 Clilldre n. It contain neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Kurcotlo iibstanee. It la ft Imruileas iubntltuU
for Paregoric, Drop, Hootbluf Syrupa, and Cantor OIL
It U IMMMnt. It foarsnte 1 thirty jurt' dm by
Mlllloni of Mothers. , Ciistorm destroys Worm and alluya
fercrlihneii. CutorU prevent vouiltlnff Sour Curd,
euws DUrrbaBe, end Wind Colic. Cuntorlu relieve
teethlur trouble, care coectlpetlon and flutulcncjr.
CcatorU anitmlUtee the food, refulate the toiuncb
nd bewala, flvlaf lirUbr and natural Bleep. Ca
terU it Ui CbUdrea'e Panacea the Motber'a Friend.
"Cssterl la aasaJleat edicts ferrill
aW Kathscs kats reeaelvdly U14 au wt 111
gsos) (Cm epsa Uatr tklMr."
fca. O. C. Oao,
, Lswsll, Mass.
Cwterta It the km mrigi IW catMrsa f
wkles I mi asqsalaled. I key, Ike a, I aat
fcr (latest (MtMl wilt Muklif the
Ml latere! of Mr caiktraa, as4 ass Caerla
laetead f Ik utoa ,ack mmm wkkk
r SaMrertsf Uialr Weas M, T frrdag
paaaa, amaktaa, Sasaki ag sy ass etker
karuwl agaau dewa Ikair tkraal. Issraay
ssadiag Uwa U praatamr jtsssM
!. 1. F. icaaua.
Csawsy, Ark, I
The Centaur CernMny, T7 Murray treat, New Vera City.
R. P. EUIVIORE,
M. H. HARRISON,
Sailiii tliitcs to and from Tillumook nnd Nehalem depend
ou the weather. For freight and passenger
. rates apply to
HLMORU, SANBORN & CO., Agents.
O. K AN. CO.,
After (Deals I
Or Nt any othrr time
wlion )mi wluli a kuuiI
oinr nk (or ilia wl.
Imiitl uiaila, wliito labor
"Uu llello Aittrl"
tu In ihu tn'dt oiuur
W. F. SCIilEBE,
71 Nintr? Straet,
ROSS HIGGINS k CO
Grccers, : and : Butchers
Aatnrla and Uppar A.torla
: . I . a. and Cnff.'t. Tablt Prllcaciai. Domattlt
mil 1 mrli ! I nili. V.alili, Sugar
Curwl Hama. Bacon, Fic,
Cnolce Frrsli and Salt Meat.
Ia t..ora niHn wlih tooai t ap cold.
That from hla fmiilly would withhold
Tti comforw whloh they all could find
In artlla of FURNITUKJfl of th
An,1, . i rmil-1 auKKl '
, ir il, i.. nri. v;iiil')ii Talile. or a
m' -i.ttnax OlmliH. W have the lariwa
,. "iifoi llm' ovit shown In the olty
nd t i rlw.i hut oannot fall to pleaa
km io-."" hnyrrn
UriLROnN & SON.
v ' "H"pj
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"Casual la aaartU adapted lacs lid re thai
I reraa sins' N aa assert Is say ptssorlptlM
R. A. Aacaia. W. 0,
III a. Oslaxd M , rooklya. H. V.
" Oar pkyslcises la ln cUldrea's drpsrt
ant ban spates highly f latlr taprt
aa la Ikalr esUtds ptactlc Uk CaatorU,
asd allkaock art emiy kase ima oar
M1lel saspua kal ia kasw as regular
redact, yet w fro to caafm that th
saerlU mt Csatert ha wen aa to kwk U
V arras ItaartTaUV ajtv !uwwaiv,
ALU C Suits, Ass.
BREMNER & HOLMES.
Hpoolat RUentlon paid to tmmUt r
paJrlnit, flrat-vlua huraeshoetna. etc
LOGGING CAMP OJORK A SPECIALTY
IOT Olney atnwt, tatwevn Third and
kill Fourth Antorln, Or.
ASTORIA. IRON WOHKS
Coaroaily St., fool nf Jackton, Anorla.
General Machinists and Boiler Makers
Lana and Marin Englnat, Bollar work, $
boat and Canntry Work a Spatially.
Catting, of All DKrlrtl.m Mad, to Oriar ea
John Fos.Prealdent and Puierintendent
A. L. Fox Vloa Prealdent
O, T). Prsal Baoretax?
"A TALENTED EDITOR."
Gentlemen: I had oooailoa to na
neveml boxes of Krauae'g Headache
Cnpaulea while traveling to Chloaco to
attend the National Democratic Con
vention. They acted like a charm In
preventing heaaachra and dlulneea
Have had very little headache alnoe
my return, which la remarkable.
JOHN U. BHAFER,
Ed. Kenovo (Pa.) Record.
For aale by Cboa. Rogers, Aatorla,
Or., sole atent
i la MrMlar. It. ,n, lrrllAli,iu tir ul.'Ta-
NrnUMiMMft lltin of In u 10 i. riH'lil
rMEEVaNaClllMinai rn. Iram. Kon-HKUinmul.
UiaUHHri,o 0 ,I "" umrruiaia.
tk w Lirruiur kui wu rucat.
"l W I a aon-enlannaei
j0mii rommlr lor Uotiorrhcm,
raVHtoSyLi aimt, Spornaiorrhiru,
l 1 u 4 4.., Yl "hIK'a, aanatural ilia-
OvarantoM W rharKi1., tir atir Intlumriia.
Tide Table 1or
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priarlce Matters, Here, Tbere aid
Tim Mntl.w k rflid (ll(iil-r sre on (he
uy ilmn frvin I'urilanil.
"In. Imniora I'linuri'. llarrl'on ami An
gunla all cro.aol out yratvrday.
Th wliuoiirr (lllil la atlll at Hand la
land am horagr. Hh will aall today.
Th" ai'tiimnrr Falcon crol out from
Kami I'laml amhurago yrairrday after.
Tin modi-ration In tlitt wrathur yatrr
day allowwl avvvrul liar Ixiumt alramcra
ami x liuunrra to rroaa out.
The llrlllah 1urk llrdfonlahlre la ,1111
lying at Hand Inland am horago. On hrr
lrli down alia ran out of the channel and
Into a und Imr. but eaally lowed off.
Hhr will probatdy go out to era today.
Th.rr aome Utile dimcutty with
the Mnirii on lioard the itedfortlalilr
yralrrilay and In conaniurnre. It waa !
urlrl, lite raplaln laid off the entlr
-r.-. Hi. riiKwtn to go to e twlay and
III plilp at leiwt eight new men from
TwrniyU yeara la a good age for a
arhoonrr. The Julia Ann. of Winter
Harbor, Me., haa twn In active aervlce
fur that period, and la aald by her rap
tain to he even now aa good aa eho ever
wa. The Inauranee rompanlea bark up
the captain', aialimcni. too. In her
long lite the arhoonrr haa nailed over
a good part of the world's aall water,
ami la well known In every harbor on
the Maine, couat.
The counting bark Vldette, lumber laden
fur I'rdondo. Is still In the atream.
Whether or not (he will go to sea today
dipmita upon the tugs taking the Ued
furdiililru and (lllile out. According to
her captain the Vldette la a right smart
Utile veax'l. When off the mouth of the
river on the last trip down, alio sailed
"nil srouml" a large English ship. The
hark has Mo,i0 feet of Portland lumber
slHisid. and the charter price Is 15 per
The siesnier Ardamlearg arrived yra
lenlay from Japan In balast under char
ter to Ualtour. Uuthrle A Co. She will
take on a cargo of lumher at the 8t. Paul
and Taroma mill, and then move over to
I lie flouring mills wharf, where a quan
tity of flour and wheat will be loaded.
A large conalgnment of canned goods will
form part of her cargo. She Is bound
fur Houih Africa. Bhe left Yokohama
January 10. being twenty-aix days out on
her arrival here. Her detention wus due
to heavy winds encountered off the coast.
The two following Items from Titcoma
nre of Interest :
The Hiltlxh ship Ilucklngham, under
charter to llslfour, tJmhrlo A Co.. was
towed to sea yesterday, bound for Pal-
mouth or guevnatown for orders. H,r
enrg. conalMrd of GK.HS bas of WalU
WslU wheat, of H.IU3.M5 pounds, valued
at flO.UOO. Two other vessels also cleared
at the customs house Tuesday evening,
wheat laden: llrltlsh rhlp Olenburn, with
K2.G7U bushels, valued at and Itiit-
lah ship l'a.a of Bslmahn, with W.jno
liuxh.'K valued at IM,1:U lloth of these
Initer vessels are also bound for the
I'nlted Kingdom. These ahlpa together
icnrrled orr 3SS.0O0 bushels, valued at
IMMTS, being the largest amount of
Tl.c two lust-named. vessels will
go to sea todttv
The North I'arllc Is having a nen i
trsi k laid to the i,cesii freight sheds to
fnellllata the hunitlin. of cars at thut
Cnptnln I.. Csrrlson was In a remin
iscent mood e. terday, says Iho P.-l
and told a story nf a swim he once took
uiuier very exciting circumstances. "itjCiuxs. Rogers,
was atioui tnirty yenrs agxi. ne said,
"and I wus mute of a ship lying off one
of the West India Isliuids. One after
noon It wus pretty warm, and two or
three of us decided to swim In to the
shore and cool off. The distance," con
tinued the captain, gssing from the win
dow of his utiles toward the coal bunk
ers, "was about as fur as from one end
of tho-e hunkers to the other, and aa we
sw n"' ii long I was but a short distance
behind the other two. They reached the
shore ahead of me, and when they landed
they begun to dunce around the beach
and yell Ike Conmnches. Thinking they
were trying to have some fun with me
I swum along steadily slid paid no atten
tlrn. Chancing to look over my shoulder
when near the shore, there right behind
nin was the tin of a big man-eating
shark. Was I scared? Well, rather,
but I knew he wouldn't tackle me as long
as I kept moving." Ho paused at this!
point in a most exasperating manner.
"Did you get away from him, captain?"
was the question asked by a listener.
The cnptnln smiled and winked at His
audience. "No," was tlw reply, "he
ciiught and devoured me. and thut" how
I happen to be here telling this story."
The Chronicle snys: The Amcrlcnn
ship Glory of the Sew came into port
yesterday with a bad list to starboard,
fifty feet of her starboard bulwark gone
and one of her crew missing the result
of a stormy passage of fourteen days
from Departure bay. She was caught
In the southeaster which began Its rag
ing a week atio Inst Saturday and swept
the coast for three days. Stnnch build
nnd seamanship saved her from worse
disaster than fell to her lot. The Glory
of the Sons f aught ithe gule on Saturday
In tin neighborhood of latitude 46 degrees j
pnrtn, luntfiiuue tin ueK'ees iu minutes
west. Captain 1'reenmn hud mnde reativ
for tho gale, hut his ship wag tossed
nliout In a most alarming mnnncr. At
11 o'clock that nlnht four men were sent
out on the Jllihoom to secure the jib, and
While they were at work there' Thomas
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Dlgon, one of their number, waa carried
from hla position by a huge sea that
burled the boom. It waa very dark and
the rain waa falling In torrvnta, and Dix
on waa never seen after he released hla
hold. It waa Impoaalble la ao to his
reacue. The ehlp got her roughest
handling during tha early ho lira of Hun
day morning, ilea after sea broke over
h-r. breaking In the atarboard bulwarks,
and carrying away doors and other or
tklra that offered alight resistance. The
cargo began shifting and the ahlp took
a heavy Hat to atarboard. All handa
were on deck ready for any emergency,
and the breaking dawn was a welcome
sight to the men In peril when It finally
came. The weather seemed to moderate
w llh the coming of day and the crew were
put to work handling cargo to get the
ahlp back on an even keel. They were
kept at It during the greater part of
Ihree days, and atlll did not overcome the
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Noonday Rock. California.
Tha Noonday Rock Dell Buoy, which
recently parted Its moorings and went
adrift, has been replaced in Us old poal
lion X) yards southwest by south from
lly order of the Lighthouse Hoard.
Commander V. 8. N..
Inspector Twelfth L. H. Dial.
Office of U. 8. Lighthouse Inspector,
San Francisco, Cel., January 10, lKM.
Quick In effect, heals and leaves no
scar. Hurnlng, scaly skin eruptions
quickly cured by De Witt's Wltcb Haxel
Halve. Applied to burns, scalds and old
sores. It Is magical In effect Always
cures piles. Chaa, Rogers.
Dr. Price's Baking Powder saves labor,
and banishes Indigestion.
MENU FOR BL'NDAT.
One solid rileh his weekday meal affords.
An added pudding solemnised the Lord's
Moulded Farina, with Cream.
Sweetbreads, with Mushrooms.
F.ggs a la Relne.
Rrolled Chops. Potatos Lyonnalse.
Conromme with Rice and Celery.
RoastaNl Capon, with Watercress.
Splrach. au Jus.
Potatoes en Surprise.
Turnips In Cream Sauce.
Roast Snipe sur Canape.
Prune Sou lite.
Oysters In Chafing Dish.
Angel Cake. Canned Cherries.
Children Cry for
'n "i.e-nav. you inor-
""""'J' Practiced the accompaniment you
plB,y ,0' M," Amatoor tonlghtT
The Musician's Wife Have you tlior-
The Musician No, but It doesn't matter.
you know. It'a a society musical and
nobody ever listens. Boston Courier.
BUCKLEN'8 ARNICA SALVE.
Tha beat aalva In the world for Cuta.
Rrulseo, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Soree, Totter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains. Con.s, and All Skin tfmp
tlona, and positively cure Piles, or no
:lprtc, SS centi per tox. For sale by
ChRa. Roarers. Odd Fellows" bulletins'.
A bunch of violets on the muf Is a
vle much In vogue this winter.
A blvh liver with a torpid liver will not
' - a long liver. Correct the liver with
re Wltt'e Little Early Risers, little pills
I nt cure dyspepsia and constipation.
Nursery rhyme parties are a novelty In
All th paten: mediate advertised
In this paper, together with the choic
est perfumery, and toilet articles, etc.
can be bought at tne lowest prices at
J. W. Conn'B drua store, opposite Oc
cident Hotel. Astoria.
The new lamps have slobes resembling
'"Give me a liver regulator and I can
regulate the world." snld a genius. The
druggist handed him a bDttle of De Witt's
Little Early Risers, the famous little
pills. Chas. Rogers.
Ice skating rinks are tho Paris and
Gotham erase. Why do we not have
Mrs. I R. Patton. Rockford, lll
wrltes: From personal experience I can
recommend DeWltfs Sarsaparllla, a cure
for Impure blood and general debility."
Chas. Rogers, Druggist
It is sold, on frna.vantt'e by all drug-
flats. 11 euros Incv.piout Consumption
ud. lath boat Coua ard Crouo Guxe
For Sale by 3. W. Conn.
One cent a dose, i',V y,.aa-agaa
NONB TOO RKVKRR,
"I see by this ycr paper," said TuffoM
Knutf, who had pl'kol up a wrap ol
newspaper and was blinking at It with
his whisky and Watery evea, "lhal
they wus a Iwmiuet last nlgl.t Mended
by lliim. Thompson, Styles, Ferguson,
Junes et si. 1,1 Jon. a elt all an' tin
others didn't git any he's a durnxl hog.
For breakers ahead whn plfiples, Imits,
carbuncles and like menlf.atatl'iris of Im
pure blood apprar. They wouldn't ap
pear If your blood were pure and your
system In the rlirht condition. They stww
you what you need a good blood purifier:
that's what you get when you lake Dr.
Pu ree's Golden Midlcal Idscovry.
It carrl-s health with II. All Blood.
Skin, and Scalp Dlseasm, ,'ro ma common
blotch or eruption to Iho woMt Scrofula,
are cured by It. It Invigorates the llv-r.
purifies and enriches the blood, and
rouses every organ InPi healthful aUinn.
In the most stubborn forms of blood dis
eases, such as Halt Hheurr, Kclems. Tet
ter, KryaliH-laa, Cnrbutwles, and kindred
ailments, and with firofula In every
shspe, and all hiood-talnla. It effects
Perfect and permanent cures of tho worst
Not long ago a celebrated novelist was
the guest of honor at a brilliant recep
tion. He had heard the praises of his
own work unlll tvrry one but a conceited
man would havo been faint and weary,
but he had borne up bravely througn It
all. Finally a timid man was presented
to him, who said, with an apoloiretl'! air:
"I'm ashamed to confess it, but I haven't
read one of your booits" The novelist
bent forward, a look of relief and Jcy
Irradiating his face. He placed both
hands on the newcomer's shoulders. "My
dear fellow," he said, wild a warmth he
had not shown Ik fore, even to those of
high degree, "I'm glad (J meet you."i
Thna. hn Thava, tia n t.' I n ' a vAM
-- - - - m v w
Dlacoverv knoar tta vnhl lh,u,
Tarhn hva tin, h.u. , K a' r. 1 1
to try It free. Call on the advertised
uiussjim sna gei a inai Dome tree.
nd your name and address to H. E
Bucklen 4 Co., Chicago, and gut a
ample box of New Life Pills free, as
well aa a copv of Otilde to Health and
Houaisbofcl Inatmsritar. trtm. a:i f
which I guaranteed to do you good
ana cmi you notning. t-naa. jiogers
4rugHst. Odd Fellow Building.
Yabalev 1 saw nmhr nn. nf il,..,.
Stories aliout a man loslnr hla watch n,i
not finding It for two years, and . when
ne niu una it it was still running Mudve
Well, I know I found an old tailor' bill
! had mislaid seven years ago. and it
was still running Cincinnati Tribune.
On Minuet Coush Cure touches the
tight spot. It also touches It at the
right time If you take It when you have
a cough or cold. See the nolnt? Then
don't cough. Chas. Rog?rs.
Wright Read mv last novel' Rent
Yea. Kent me awake hair th nlrht
"Come off. You are trying to flatter
me." 'Indel I'm ant I m.h t, in
the afternoon and fell asleep, and when
night came I was wakeful." Cincinnati
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Cental as Aoutoaia or Alan.
Scrupulous Valet (on finding a five
franc piece In the pocket of his master's
new waistcoat) It's a thousand pities for
the waistcoat, but there's nothing else
for It. I must make a hole large enough
for the money to slip through. La Libre
emit rMi'H pmr i. ..i. n - n
tee. It cure Incipient consumption. It
ear viib nasi, v wus) ia .-aaa-ca wuc vVl(w B
dose. ZS cents, W cenU, and ILC0. For sale
by J. W, Conn.
An Austin youth whose Income Is not
quite aa extensive as that of Yanderbdt's
got a large Ink-spot on his coat. He
asked a friend how the stain could be
removed. "You can get a chemical
preparation for 2 cents. Just soak the
spot with It and it will come ouL" "1
guess I had better soak the whole coat.
I can get U that way." Texas Sifting.
Cnildren Cry for
An ermine cane trimmed with Persian
ribbon and black tips 1 very chic.
PROVKN A BOON.
Gentlemen: I have always recom
mended Krause'a Headttune Capsule
wherever I have bad a chance. They
have proven a veritable boon In my
family against any and all kind of
headache. Tour truly.
J. E. WALTER.
For aale by Chaa. Rogers, Aatorla,
Oregon, sole axent
Ttmmlns I fear that I will never suc
ceed as a literary man after all.
Simmons You don't mean It?
Ttmmins But I do. I had myaelf
carefully examined by a brain specialist
and he says there Is nothing the matter
The man with the tattoo
marks on his skin would be
foolish to attempt to wear them
off by hard work. The per
son with a severe cough or
cold is about as unwise to at
tempt to wear that off. This
'wear eff" idea has cost
many a life.
of Cod-liuer Oil, with Hypo
phosphites, gives immediate
aid by soothing the cough and
supplying tonic remedies to the
THE ABOVE PICTURE DOES NOT
A passenger train on the Chicago, Mil
waukee and St. Paul Railway. No. Its
tarlns are vstlbuled. heater by steam,
and lighted by electricity. Each sleep
car berth has an electrlo reading lamp.
Its dining cars are the best In the world,
and Its coaches are palaces on wheels.
This great railway, connecting as It
does with all transcontinental lines at SL
Paul and Omaha, assure to the tarvellng
public the best service known. Tickets
via the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul
llullwav are on sale at nil railroad ticket
offices to any point in the I'nlted Slates
or Canada. For maps, folder and other
C. J. EPDY, General Asent,
J. W. CASEY, Portland, Or.
T.-av. Pass and Tkt. Acent,
)"oor out r.f I) i who
paring tUe penalty of
early excesses, Vlo
tlrns, rsclalm your
manhood, regain your
rigor, Don't, despair. Send fur book with
uplanatkia and proofs. Mailed (Misled) free.
ER'E MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N. Y.
Are You Going East?
If so, drop a line to A. C. Sheldon,
generul agent of the "Durllngton
ltmle," 2.'rti Waahlnctm at., Portland.
He will mall you free of charge, maps.
time tables, and advise you as to tbe
through rales to any point, reserve
sleeping car accommodations for you,
and furnish you with through tickets
via either the Northern. Union. South
ern. Canadian Pacific, and Oreat North
ern railroad at the very lowest rates.
The Burlington Route la genallv
conceded to be the finest enulpped rail-
road In th world for all claaaea ot
j I87J 1895
Lubricating ! v t.
O.LS j F,S?ef
A Specialty, j Brothers,
I Sell ASTORIA,
j Ship Chatvlflery,
i Iron (t .Qtp el,
i Groceries & Provisions,
I Hour A Mill Feed,
J Paints, Oils. Varnishes,
Doors & Windows, '
Wagons & Vehicles.
Pullman and Tourist Sleev
Free Reclining Chtlra Car,
Astoria to San Francisco.
Columbia, Tuesday, Jan. H.
State of California, 3unday, Jan. 19.
Columbia, Friday, Jan. 24.
Slate of California, Wednesday, Jan. 3.
Columbia, Monday, Feb. 1
State of California, Saturday, Feb. I
Columbia, Thurjday, Feb. 11
Astoria and Portlnd Steamers.
The T. J. Potter will leave Aatorla at
tp.n. dally, except Sundiy; leave Port
land at 7 a. m. daily, except Sunday.
Tbe Steamer Lurtioe will reave Astoria
at :tS a- m. daily, except Sunday; leave
Portland at I p. m. daily, except Satur
day. For rate and general information call
on or address
W. H. HURLBURT.
Geo. Pa. Aax. foruana, ur.
Are Yon Going East?
Be sura and see that your ticket
i I IMP
This I the
GREAT SHORT LINE
And all Points East and
Their Magnificent Track. Peerless Ve
UbuJed Dining and Sleeping Car
Tnsina nd Motto:
ALWAYS ON TIME "
Have given this road a national reputa
tion. All classea of passengers carried
on the vestibuled tralna without extra
charge. Ship your freight and travel
over this famous line. All agents have
W. H. MEAD, F. C. SAVaOK,
Gen. Agent Trav. F. and P. Agt
Washington St.. Portland. Or.
Mrs. T. S. tiawfcms, Chattanooga,
Tenn,. says, "Shllor-s Vltallzar SAVr!t)
MT LIFE.' I consider It tne best reta-
dy for a debilitated system I ever
used." For Dyspepsia, Liver or Kid
ney trouble, it excella. Pilve 5 eta.
For Bale by J. W. Conn.
E. ricNEIL, Receiver.
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f Agency fcA
l! r-V" CAVWIYB-
.Jir TffAD aa a. !'.
F'lnrnntsttnandrrellnribuik writs to
sii, a co mi kaoiuarar, mm y,..
fl,le.t bureau for securing patenu to Atnrrtca,
y.rpry pnteul taken out hr u Is lr,itcnl tx'fore
ttieputig lya notice glvan true of soars la toe
f ,artt efrcitaf In of anr -tentifle psiiee fn the
W'.rwt sttlffnuiillr l:ln.trmU. tutelllnt
man ahoulij u with.su IL Wa-klr, fi.l.ou
T.ari Sljualimontiia. XiMma, HUNS a CU.
Vuuaoxaa, Jul auutdway, . Vurt City.
0 1 iMiTrn
Llllll I LLi
reason or laQS'iaoo.
Tuiiee a Week
AND . .
Over the Great
jj unset fjoute
Leaving San Francisco
Tuesdays and Saturdays
From Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1895.
The mot complete, modern, elegantly
equipped and perfectly amused Vetftl
boied Tranacontineotai Train in America.
New Equipment, especially designed for
this ejervtoe. ,
Direct connections in New Orleans
or all Eastern points. Quick time.
Acta as trustee for corporations and In
dividuals. Transact a general banking business.
Interest paid on time deposits.
J. Q. A. BOWLBT...: President
BENJ. YOUNG vie Prealdent
FRANK PATTON Cashier
J. Q. A. Bowlby, C H. Pag. Benj
Toung, A. a. Reed. D. P. Thompson
W. E. Dement, Gust Hohnea.
Few flen Would Ask
for a Finer Dinner
than those we serve. We're trying In
every way to snake them the moat en
joyable In town. All the "good things"
of the season cooked by our excellent
cook in the moat delicious style. Perfect
If you InviU a friend to the Palace
Restaurant the place I a sufficient guar
antee that be will receive a good meal.
The Palace Restaurant
J. A FASTABEND,
PILE DRIVER, HOUSE, BRIDGE B,1D
Adiresa. tos iSd. Postoalce. ASTORIA. OR
A complete stock ot lumber en hand
In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rus
tic celling, and all kinds of finish;
mouldings and shingles; also bracket
work done to order. Terms rwuvnuahia,
and prices at bedrock. All order
promptly attended to. Office and yard
at mllL H. L. LOGAN. Pron'r.
CantAln ftwMnw tt a a a
ual.. sava: 'Mhtio'i'a r.tn..k n . -
I the first medicine I have ever founS
that would to me any good. Price ia
eta. Bold by J. W. Conn.
INDORSED BT THE FRESS.
Gentlemen This ( in .
have used Krause'a Keadacoa Tapsule
with satisfactory result. I bought a
box Which coat ins m nn .....
cured me ot a dreadful sick hadnch
My wife and mvself nave both used
the medicines manufactured by tha
Norman LJohtv Vffa- !n n4 -
commend them to the public aa belns
,,..a. . V. ... . .
W. J. HUTCHISON,
Ed. Gazette, Pleasant Hill Mv
Twenty-five cents, for sale by Ctaa.
Rogers. Astorial Or., sole agents.
KARL'S CLOVER HOOT, th, great
Blood purifier, gives fresnnesa and
clearness tn tha cntnntvttm nnH
Constipation. f5 cts, hu cts , ll.oo.
for saie oy j. w. t-oon.
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