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for Infants and Children.
TltlRTT yr. olifrvation of Caaterla Hh the rroag ef
'Ll!!"". r"""1 " -" 'f1 ' without (real;.
the wnrldha r.fciiowiiltj. lirlMClilldrJlkJt I
5lvejhmlialt,It will jyjMzJl?&J.!Jtej!?!
rMiif jklnkfolJly lViE?S.Si9
ed' wad M as.
fWorl ieatreye Worm a,
CaetarU ear Plarrhc aad" Wind Colla,
Cerla rollwy ThlBf Tronbla.
Cn.torla ears CotlpUna ndritUn
CaatarU .ntj.llsJhesffMtejBf earbnnl
Ceaterla dm aeteeatala mpV??il,lnmllll-?lJ,!J,,'r&
Ceeterl,a..imtlaU "Jf JtJl5!ll,UmV
f Ivlaf healthy anil asters! sleep.
Ce.Uria Is pat lBja-.U Wtlwi only. H I w"14 Ulk.
TW alloc nr. ea Uj:JkarlJaKfiLlliia " Vroml'
JsA It t.JJ. . eajjMwlHj.w
S that yea r C-AHt-T-O-R-I-A.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
R. P. ELiMORE,
iM. H- HARRISON,
Sail in iliiuw to mul from Tillamook and Nehalem depend
on the weather. For freight and jiassengor
rates apply to
ELMORIi, SANBORN & CO., Agents.
O. K AN. CO.,
Or nt any a'ther time
Wllfll )OU Wi(. K ROOtl
oigitr Hak (tir Ilia well
iuiml umila, wkito labor
"La Hello AeUorla "
Oonoltul ly all amoker.
to lw Hi n IhwI citfiir
W. F. SCHIEBE,
71 H'mll? Street,
ROSS HIGGINS & CO
Grocers, : and : Butchers
Ailor la and Upper Anuria
Pla T.aa ani Cnn, TaMe Dfll,c'. Dnm.itlc
and Tropical I ruin, Vtaatahlra, Sugar
Cured Hm, Haton, I tc.
Choice Fresh anJ Salt Meats.
I there a man with heart cold,
That from hla family would withhold
Tha oomforta whloh they all oould find
In nri!i'l r,f FIJUNITUKW or til
And wh wnuld BUKKeat at tlila paon,
..... n.Ai.n A lTvl..nHlnn TjLhlo. or
r.f ninliiK ITinlra, vva nava vna mrKva
vu'i rtin-nt line aver ahown In tha city
nc it ir(c.T that cannot fall to pleaa
i.h -Imw hiiyera
HEILBORN & SON.
1 11 frhi
la oa every
BREMNER & HOLMES.
Special attention paid to steamboat re
pairing, first-class horseshoeing, ate
LOGGING CRWP mORK R SPECIALTY.
1ST Olney street, between Third and
hud Fourth Aatnrta, Or.
AHTOHIA IKON WORKS
Coaromly St..fivii of Jarkton. Astoria,
General Machinists and Boiler Makers
Land and Marina Enrlnea. Boll.r work, Slum
boat and Cannary Work a Special!'-
Calling, of All Pascrlptloni Made to Order oa
John Fog. President and P'r.erlntendent
A. L. Fox Vwa President
O. B. Praol Becrwtary
"A TALENTED EDITOR."
Gentlomen: I had ocoaaloa to oa
aeveral boxea of Krauaa'a Haarteoba
Cnpsulea whlla traveling to CbJoaa U
attend tha National Dcmooratk) Ooo
ventlon. They acted Ilka a charm to
preventlnK heaoaohea and dlatlnaaa.
Have had very little head ache atnoa
my return, which ta remarkable.
JOHN U. BHAFER,
Ed. Renovo (Pa.) Beoord.
For aala by Chaa. Rogera, Aatorla,
Or., tola aifent
ltd a t Ban-polaonoiu
ruiMlf fop Uannrrhfaa.
Whlwa. naaalnral dia-
I f hara, or any liifliunnia-
.ion, irrilatloa ur uicora
tlnn of mm. on. mini.
jrneEita OMmirm flq. bran. Moa-a.trlnn.ut.
or ani in pinm wrapper.
f 1 on, t,r 3 (-on I.--, J.;.
Uiruulur adut wit rugucb.
jf actlHKV 1
, II W liruiar.
j RWdfi'MMMU MlMIMaV
ShJGk. o.a. i'.-JT
tide Table for
h. 111. I (1
Hill Urdu . . ,
MINIM Y ..
8 ft !
8 2 1
Tu!lny . , . .
Sul iirdu v . . .
HI'S DAY ..
Tiii'uduy . . ,
rilntwlHy . .
Thursday, . .
Hiiinrliiy. . .
MINIM V ...
'1'iiMiluy. . . .
Wei Inai y .
Tliumiluy . , .
SHIPPING DAY BY DAY
flarlne matters, Here, There atd
The ainami r (Jun iuilll for Ban I'ran
liaro yratrrday niornlna.
Th tiarkrntlne (llranor, whlrh haa l)n
I'.u.l Iliac luiiilirr at thn Kn;ii'lon Willi.,
waa yrali-nlay lownt to Bund Inland.
An am hoi wcikIiIhk d.ouo iwiimla haa
arrlvril In Hi-aul I rum l.lv.-rp'xil fur th
Hi-ami-r HlrathnrvU. T-n lon of chain
Ui (ulhoma lung came wllh the ainlnir. ,
Work on the atramahlp ColiimtiU le
ilr la pruiirraalrK favoralily. The cof
(nlam la rrady to lio put In ilar. aftrr
whhh the nillnif of the now well pl"ce
will be Ulrkly arrornpllahnl.
Thn ttrltleh ahlo f'amhrlari Klnr. lt
toin. I'aplaln Hanaarl, whlrh arrived
In port January tl from Klo, In tuillaat,
la ly Intr In Hie etrrum rvady for aia. tshe
la ahiat la.l. n fur Un-nt llrlt.xln. I
The Orlrnlal aUnnuT Altmorr t.irh'pl
down yratn-ilay aftfr a trip of thl -iy-
l hnuia. The Alliuoro will take on a
ciuantliy of lnnit.fr nt the C'lutaop Mill.
Mil.- la hound fur llomtkonit via Honolulu. .
The hydrcurnphlr nlllre. wlih'h haa bi-n
t-hiid for aome moiulia. haa iHN-n re-j
oiieiiiil, wllh Lieutenant !uy W. llroan. '
fnltr.1 Htatre navy, In rhanto. The olTlce
la In Ihe ThamlM-r of Commerce bullillllit,
There are live loaded veaaeU now in
port, amalllnc a mo-lrallou uf the r-ro-vallliia
aouihwralor. They art the Kennla,
I'nmbrlun KIk, OlenKalx-r. Klottlx-k, and
llrdrordahlre. The Yarnna la the only
rmpty ahlp In the hartior. '
The llrllUh ahlp Durdowif, londi-d anil
nrarly ready for ara, itr.lRKr.1 her anchor
yr.trrdny morning, anya the Call, and
fouled the Italian ahlp Halvator Clanipa.
alM liMtded and ready (or aea. ' Ttie Har
dowle waa hove to abort on her cable
and the anchor could not hold hor In Ihe
rwirt tide, flhe had her davlta bent, her
rail and two ahrmide carried away. The
Ctampa had her bowapht ahrouda and
Jlbboom-ituya carried away. Her an
chor llukn cnuKbt In an open port of tho
Hardowle and Ihe chain waa unabackled,
IihivIiik ll haiiKliujr where ll had causht.
Kcveral tuaa went to the aaaletanc of the
two vvaaela and they were finally eepar
aled. Among the recent arrlvala, foreign. In
Victoria, waa the thrre-maated achooner
Queen May, Captain, Captain fljcrre,
built In Vancouver a few yeara ago, and
which aome montha alnce left tirltieh
Columbia lumber laden for China. She
la no on her return trip, and haa on
board a rargo of 1.191 bug of aulphur,
X caara of bleaching powdi.r, 311 caara of
aafety miitchiBMind aome ruga and paint
ing conalgnrd to Hhallcromi, Miicauloy tt
Co., of I hla city. The achooner cornea
from Kobe, Japan, and had an uneventful .
paaaago over. She made a remarkably
fui voyage which, noiwlihatandlng two
daya of culm off Capo Flattery and one
day of rough Weather, only occupied 2il
daya. Tile greater part of the Quern'
May a cargo In for the Victoria chemical '
The four-matl Kuaalan bark Kennla, I
Captain 1-anle, which arrived In thia port
DeeemlH'r In ballaat, from Dundee, la
lying In the atream ready for pea. She '
la wheat laden for the United Kingdom,
and la bound for Qiioonelown or Kal
mouth for order. At present the aklpper
la emlca' oilng to ahlp a crew. It ap-i
pcara t It,. t b had made arrangementn '
with the Cortland aallor boarding bous !
men for a crew, hut that he broke bin'
contract with hem, and placed the mat
ter In the hands of a friend who own a.
hotel In that city. Tho veeael, accordlnr -ly,
waa lllielod by the Portland runner'
Yeaterduy he picked up alx men arom i.
tbla city, and H ere will arrive today trim
Portland. As ho needs twenty, there re-
main eleven to be shipped. The Fennle
la a Hue looking veajcl of 21.T) tons, and
waa Ihe object of a prrent deal of aclmii:t-;
Hon a alio rolo at anchor off Elmore ;
The Flnnlah ahlp Fennla, Captain
Ijinle, was libeled Wednesday In Port-I
land by U Bullivan for dumugoa austulncd
through bp-noil of contract. Captuln
Ijinl", It is alleged, entered Into a con-i
trnrt with Sullivan whereby tho latter
vtus to furnixh the ship with 11 aallora.
These mon the captnin selected from
among the boarders at Sullivan's house,
and wllh the understanding they were
to go aboard the Fennla as Boon as her
lending completed, the sailors were, kept
toKciher and iookch: arter as twins dea
lliutl for that purtlculnr ship. When
about to salt Captain Itnle for some
reason changed his mind and proceeded
to procure a crtw through Ills agents,
Bullivan being out the men's board, or
at least a portion of them, whom he could
have shipped on other veascla. Hence
the libel. The ship waa rel.Hispil this
morning on giving bonds In the sum of
of VM, trial of the 'rise going over until
The sealer Favorite did not get nv.-ny
from port yesterday, ,..iya the Col.ntlst,
and It is probnblo will not anil before
Saturday. She la the only aenler, except
the Labrador, which will sail 'hla week,
but according to prcaent nrramrempiita
Annie C. Moore, Alnokn, Walter U Rich
and Llbble will leave during the coming
week. The week after next the Lotila
Olsen will sail, and will, It Is thought,
be the Inst of the lleet which will cruise
along the const. The Maud's., now In
port, will only be In llerlng sea this year.
Captain Ilalcom, her skipper Inst year,
In building a new craft for ltlmscir on
the Hound, and It Is umler.itood propones
having her ready for the Bering .son sen
ann. Capatln Otto lhilkhclts will alao,
have another new schooner ready for the
Perlng sou season. She has previously
been referred to as building at Cndhoro.
Ii. m, I li. Iji. m. I ft.
ll. til I IL
2 61 0.1
8 67 -0.2
8 M -0.7
I A 1
3 14 0.4
4 15 ,-0.2
6 00 -0.7
5 61 i-1 .0
7 10 I 0.8
7 48 1-0.4
bay, and la shortly to lie brought i. round
to Victoria harbor. The name which Is
to be given to thia new veaael Is the
During tha present grain season there
have been two ships arrived off tha mouth
of the Coiilmbla from tropical latitudes
wllh the crew down with "beriberi." Ho
far aa known theaa ara tha first Instance
where ihe disease ha laated Into such a
high latitude. It usually dUapiearlng
after reaching i north. On tha Infected
ships neither the offlccra nor men afflict
ed could give any Information aa to the
derivation of the word beriberi." All
they eould stato waa that tha peculiar
slraneea from which they wero suffering
was universally known by that name.
Kiom an old Kaat India trader, tt la
learixd that the name I from the Malay
wcrrt "lierl." signifying wnkneaa. Ihe
repetition of Ihe word In "b-lhert" cm
phaalxlng the condition of tha patient aa
being "very weak." The sy.nptoma of
the dlaraae ara a muscular paralyala, ac
companied by acute pain and shortness
of respiration after exertion, tt la not
contaglLiia, but I found In certain lo
calities of India and countries lying near
the tropica. It Is alao known In Japan.
What la called the sleeping sickness Is
almost Identical with berlbe.'t.
NOTICK TO MAWNKUH.
Coo Pay, Cot.tt of Oregon, Outside par
Notice Is hereby given that the Coo
Hay Whistling lluoy, painted black and
white perpendicular stripe, marked with
the letlor "K" In white, which recently
went adrift, ha be-n replaced In Ita old
IKi.lt Ion aliout 1 I-( mile outalda tha bar.
Hy order of Ihe IlKhthouee board.
O. W. FAKKNHOLT.
Commander U. 8. Navy,
Inspector UthL.lL District,
Oflloe of 17. B. Lighthouse Inspector,
Portland, Oregon, 1 February, PdC
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Entrance to Gray's Harbor, Washington.
Not lea Is hereby given that It I re
ported that the Outer Itar Buoy, first
class can, black and white perpendlcuUr
strliH'S, haa gone adrift from It mooring
on the outer etlga of the bar. It will be
replaced a early aa practicable.
This notice affect the List of Beacons
and lluoy. Pacific Coast, 1S9L Pages K
Ky order of the lighthouse hoard.
O. W. FARKNHOI.T.
Commander U. 8. Navy,
Insiector 13th L II. District,
Office of V. 8. Lighthouse Inspector,
Portland, Oregon. J February,
For breaker ahead when pimples, bolls,
carbuncles and like manifestations of Im
pure blood appear. They wouldn't ap
pear If your blood were pure and your
system In the right condition. They show
you what you need a good Mood purifier:
that's what you get when you taks Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
It carrlx health with It. All Blood,
Bkln, and Scalp Disease, fro ma common
blotch or eruption to the worst Scrofula,
are cured by IL It Invigorate the liver,
purine and enriches the blood, and
rouses every organ Into healthful action.
In the most stubborn forma of blood dis
eases, such as Bait Rheum, Kciema, Tet
ter, Erysipelas, Carbuncles, and kindred
aliments, and with Scrofula In every
shape, and all blood-taints. It effects
perfect and permanent cure of the worst
Airy fabric promise to be very popular
KARL'S CfcOVEB ROOT will purify.
your oiooa, clear your complexion, reg
ulatej your Bowels, and make your head
clear aa a bell. 26 eta., M ota., and SLM
Sold by J. W. conn.
Rrownle parties are enjoyed hugely by
the little folk.
J. W. Pierce, Republic, Iowa, aay: "I
have used One Minute Cough Curo In
my family and for myself, with results
to entirely satisfactory that I can hardly
nr-d words to express myself as to Its
niei.ts. I will never fall to recommend
't to others, on every occasion that
nriaenta Itself." Chas. Rogers. ;
When a woman goes to housekeeping
lie will willingly wear a bonnet two
seasons If she can thereby save enough
to get "something for the house."
The U. S. Gov't Reports
Bhow Royat Baking Powder
superior to all others.
The little dinner Is much more popular
than the ostentatious, stiff functions
which are given to discharge all social
obligations at one fell swoop.
A high liver with a torpid liver will not
be a long liver. Correct tha liver with
De Witt's Little Early Risers, little pills
that cure dyspepsia and constipation.
Among the unknown wives of well
known men should be quoted Lady Ir
ving, the wife of Sir Henry, who resides
quietly In a pretty little villa Just out
aide of London.
Children Cry for
The wise womnn now Invests In smart
wnlats. They are being almost given
A GOOD VOKU.
Mr. J. J. Kelt 8harpsburg, Pa.
Dear Sir I am glad to aay a rood
word for Krausc's Headache C-.psul
After Buffering for over thre years
with acUte neuralgia aniHts cimsequeni
Insomnia (vhlch seemed to hofTle the
effort of ome of our best physlclns)
you suggested thl remedy which g .ve'
me almost lntant relief. Word ! '
to express the praise I should like I.,
bt etow in Krnuse' Headache Capsules
MRS. E. R. HOLMES,
II 1A i 8.0
0 1)2 8 .0
0 44 8.4
1 21 8.1
1 r,7 7.8
2 82 7 a
8 11 7.0
8 f.l 0.4
4 40 (II
6 41 6.5
8 Ml 6.2
8 82 6 2
0 60 6,0
10 68 6.8
11 88 7.2
11 47 B.2
0 88 9.2
1 27 0.1
IfllHII OF IT.
N. W. Lumberman.
Mr, Frinlden, of Dubuque, la., contri
bute an Irish slnry. whloh of 'Oiir.
somebody Int. hear. I, but Is nw enough
to be good, arid good enough to bo in w.
lie Mia about Hi Irishman who rnr.lt
Into a rrorti.'al decline, and a'ter refus
ing Ihe kind nl.Vrs of bl friend and
family In tu ml fur th- itncL.r or tlm
prli'HI, whin t,rc.,il to make n re
quest,' turned lo ids wile? and said:
"Mary, If ye huve a itmolr In ' r bean
when 1 am gone to do me a final and
lusting fitivolr, huve tue buil'd In a Jew
Ills tvarful wife anxiously Inquired
why he desired to burled In unconae
craied ground. "Well, Mary," he said,
sadly, but hopefully, "I think a Ji w
buryln' ground 'a Hi' hmt placa In Hi'
wourld the dlvll would look for an Irish
TWO LIVES aUVED
Mrs. Phoefe Thomas, of Junction City,
III, waa told by br doctors aba had Can
sumption and that there waa no bop far
her, but two bonk Dr. Klutf1 New Dis
covery comf.i-;y cjr.d tt r wl ee iey
It aaved her Ufa. Mr. Thomas Eggers,
U Florida street. Ban Francisco, suffered
fivim a rir.iAtil cold, aonroachlnf Con
sumption, tried without result avaryuhlnc I
els Chen bought on botU of Dr. King's
New Dlscotsery and In two week waa
cured. He is naturally thankful. It la
such result, of which thee ara sample.
that prova tht wonderful amcacy of this
RKdicln In Coughs and Colds. Free trial
bottia at Chaa. KogarW Drug 8 tor. Kef-
mar (Is M o.ma and II. W.
"What cauaol all the rioting down in
the seventh sub-cellar?" said Satan.
"The regular boarder were trying to
mob the new arrival," explained the as
sistant Janitor. "He came sailing In an
airy sort of way and wanted to know If
there was any one who would like to
BUCKLEN'B ARNICA B LVE.
The beat salv In the world foi Cut.
Hrutsea, Sores. Cicero, Halt Rheum,
Fever Brrrea. Tetter, Chanped HamU,
Chilblain. Con., and AU Hkln fcrup-
Uons, and positively cure piles, or no
pety required. It t guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded.
Price, 2S cent per box. For s!e by
Chaa. Rogers. Odd FHIowe building.
"Well, of all the Impudence! Asking
me to help you because you have three
wives to sut.port!" "They don't belong
to me mister: nothin" of the sort. They j
belong to me son-in-law." Imllannpoll.
Mr. I- R. Patton. Rockford. III..
writes: From personal exjierlence I can
recommend DeWltf Barsaparilla, a cure
for Impure blood and general debility."
Chaa. Roger. Druggist.
"I say. Ltllevue. lend me J10, will
you?" "You have atruck me at the moat
unfortunate time of the yea'. Manches
ter." "How so?" "February I the
shortest month." Pltuburg Chronicle
Telegraph. 8HII)H'B CURE Is oid on a guaran
tee. It cure Incipient consumption, it;
I the beat Ceugh cure, oniy one ceni a
dose. 2S cents, bO cents, and 1VA For sale
by J. W. Conn.
General Horace Porter held a position
on General Grant' taff. For several
years the former has been engagd on a
series of papers embodying his recollec
Itnoa of the great commander. They will
appear in the Century Mngaxlne. It Is
said that they contain much material
that ta entirely new.
'Olvi. mi. a liver regulator and I can
regulate the world," said a genius. The j
druggist handed him a bottle of De W Itt's
Little Early Risers, the famous little
pills. Chas. Rogers.
"William." she said, "you need a new
hit." "Do IT" "Yea; and a new over
coat." "I have suspected that." "And
your umbrella Is shockingly shabby." "1
know It." "What are you going to do
about It?" "I haven't any Idea." he re
sponded, gloomily. And then, with the
animation which comes with a happy
thought, he added: "You might give a
tea." Washington Star.
AH the paten: meaw.es advertised
In thl paper, together with tne cbolo
est perfumery, and toilet articles, etc
,an h bought at tne lowest price at
J. W. Conn drug atore, opposite Oc
Jdent Hotel A torts.
A colored witness in a Southern court
recently stated that he was unable to
testify as to a certain occurrence because
he had a "domestic trouble" Just about
that tune. "What was th domestic
trouble?" asked the examining attorney.
"Well, to tell the truth, oos." said the
witness, "I was In the penitentiary for
stealln' a cow." Argonaut.
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Contains no Ammonia or Alum.
The conductor who raises your um
brella Is generally the one who stops on
the upper crossing It you desire tt.
Quick In effect, heals and leaves no
scar. Burning, scaly akin eruptions
quickly cured by De Witt's Witch Haxel
Salve. Applied to burns, Maids and old
sores. It Is magical In effect Always
cure piles. Chas. Rogers.
ONCE MORR TRIUMPHANT.
The barber shop porter was manipulat
ing the whisk broom after the manner
of his kind, and after many flourishes
and extravagant gyrations bowed the
There was a look of triumph on the
face of tho latter as lie said to himslf,
glancing at his overcoat, "He never
Cliildren Cry for
Why In the car-fare war does a woman
always argue that she has the chuuge
It not only Is so, but It must be so.
One Minute Cough Curs acts quickly, and
that' what makes It so. Chas. Rogers.
Though men love to hug a delusion.
He does them but Justice who tells
How seldom they get a chance to embra ce
A girl who Is anything else.
THE ABOVE PICTURE DOES NOT
A passenger train on the Chlcaso, Mil
waukee and St. Paul Railway. No. Its
tarins are v,estlbuled, heater by steam,
and lighted by electricity. Each sleep
car berth has an electrio reading lamp.
Its dining cars are the best in the world,
and Its coaches are palace on wheels.
This great railway, connecting as It
does with ell transcontinental llecs at St.
Paul and Omnhn. assures to the tarvellng
public the best service known. Tickets
via the Chicago,' Milwaukee and St. Paul
Ktillway are on sale at nil railroad ticket
offices to any point In the United Btntes
or Canada. .For maps, folders and other
'nformatlon, address. ,
C. J. KDDT, General Agent
' W. CASEY, Portland, Or.
Trav. Pass and Tkt. Agent,
CURED AS IF BY MAQIC.
Victim of Last Alan hood shonld send at
erica for a Ii.km
fuli n . uly vlfor
la eanlly, quickly
re:.f'ircl, ho Dl0
u K.rlng from
waaknew can af
Ilook tells horn
full BtreniTih. de
velopment and tone ara Impart"! to a.ery
portion of lb body, rkmt with poaltlva
proifetaealtd) res lo any inan on application,
ERIE KECICAL CO., BUFFALO, N.Y.
Are You Going; East?
If so. drop a line to A C. Bheldon,
K-iiernl ngr-tit of the "Burlington
Kirtilc," Z' Washington St., Portland.
He will niull you free of charg. map,
time tcble., and advise you a to tha
through rati In any poln reaerv
sleeping enr accommodation for ,oti,
and funilsti you with through tic j
via either tha Northern, Union, Houi..
rn. Canadian Pacific, and Great North
ern railroad at th very lowest rate
The Burlington Rout I generally
oonorded to De the finest equipped rail,
road In th world for all class e of
Iron & Stpel,
Gnxreries tt Provisions,
Flour & Mill FeeJ,
Taints, Oils. Varnishes,
Doors tt Windows,
Wajrons & Vehicles.
Pullman and Tourist Slee)rw
Free Reclining Ch!rs Car.
Astoria to San Francisco.
State of California, Tuesday, Feb. 18.
Columbia, Sunday, Feb. 21
State of California, Friday, Feb. 28.
Columbia, Wednesday, March t
State of California, Monday, March I.
Columbia, Saturday, March 11
Astoria and Portlod Steamers.
The T. J. Potter Will leave Astoria at
T p. m. 'dally, except Sundxy; leave Port
land at T a. m. daily, except Sunday.
The Steamer Lurttne wfU leave Astoria
at t:4S a. m. dally, except Sunday; leave
Portland at I p. m. daily, except Satur
day. For rate and general Information cal
on or addr.a j,
A- B HTRLBURT.
Oen. Pa. Agt. Portland. Or
Are Yon Going East?
Be cure and see that your ticket
This 1 the
GREAT SHORT LINE
Ami all Points East and
Their Magnificent Track. Peerless Ve-
Ubuiea Dining ana oieepuuj uu
Trains and Motto:
"ALWAYS ON TIME "
Hiv. riven this road a national reputa
lion. AU classes of passengers carried
on the vestlbuled train without ex.tr
charge. Ship your freight and travel
over this famou line. Ail agent have
W H MEAD, F. C. SAVjiCE.
len. Agent Trav. F. and P. Agt
:ts Washington at., Portland. Or.
Mm. T. 8. Hawkins. Chattanooga
Tenn,. eaya, "Shllor Vltallxer 'SAVrt:
VJY LIFE." I consider tt tne best rent'
dy for a debilitated system I evei
lied." For Dyspepsia, Liver or hid
.ey trouble. It excell. Pilve ?6 eta.
For Bale by J. W. Conn.
E. flcNEIL. Receiver.
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mrtr mrrrrinKinasrin TT Hamirjonlt wrift tt
A CU.. Mil hKOinwAT. Msw Kimf.
OMj hnrona ffi rvuruif punu In Am ri.',
f "T lfnl tAkpn iit hf D4 In tirmiiTht Ivr.
U imlMio Uf ttoto given trvotohArio w u
Laert efmlattmi of nr wientifle par-r fn the
W'irkt, nnl.rull.llr lllulrUatl, I Ullelllirent
ttian shonl.1 ha wiituiut 11. Werkir, trMt
J.ariSIJOalziTynihs, jl.llr MUST cu
ViHiiH 3t 1 ilroaOway, aw York City,
0 1 iMiTcn
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REASON Of 189-t8.
Tmiee a Week
- AND . .
Over the Great
J unset poute
Leaving San Francisco
Tuesdays and Saturdays
From Tuesday, Nor. 5, 1895.
The mot eompCetat modem, elegantly
equipfied auid perfectly arranged Vestl
buled TrajacooUueuuJ Trwln, tn America.
New Equipment, eapectiily designed for
Direct connections in New Orleans
or all Eastern points. Quick time.
Acts as trustee for eornoratlon and In
Transact a general banking business.
Interest paid on time deposit.
Q. A. BOWLBY
BBNJ. YOUNO ,
J. Q. A. Bowlby. C H. Page. BenJ
Young, A. 8. Reed. D. P. Thompson
w. ju. vemeat. uuat uotme.
Few flen Would Ask
for a Finer Dinner
than tho w serve. We'r trying In
very way to soak them the most en
joyable In town. All the "good things'
aC the easoo-cooked by our excellent
cook In the most delicious style. Perfect
If yon Invite a friend to the Palace
Restaurant the place I a sufficient guar,
ante that he will receive a good meal.
The Palace jestaurant
I. A FAST ABEND,
PILE DRIVE?, HOUSE, BRIDGE HflD
Aditrtss. box 1 80. PoatotSce. ASTORIA. OR
A Anmnlata trfAnb at 1iiMki k .
.n thss. tmiiirh n tMaasy1 71nnaa4A .
s ataw a.uuBa us uiveovu. " 1WI Ilig, I lUf
tlo, oetllug, fcnd all kinds of flnlsh;
moulding and ehiDgleti; also bracket
work dons to order. Term reasonable
vnd nrirvasi mt hAMitlr All ..-
- vavx.se. 4111 1 HIT I
promptly tttendM to. Offlos and vard
tanlll XI s T av.- a . n .
uuiu As. JvrVtAt. JrTODT.
Oft. nt r In RwMnATf 11 e a o w. .
Cal.. say: "Bnlloa' Catarrh Remedy)
ta the first medicine 1 have ever found
that amiilri sa m. Bnw j . . J
t t Bold by 1. w. OoLn! " "
INDORSED BT THE PRESS.
have used Krause'a Headaene Capsules
With ISitIflfu.tOI-V Maitll. T . L.
box which cost tne J nnd one capsrl
uunu mo ui m areaarui sick headache.
wue na mvaeir na.ve both used
the medicines mn n nf ,i i . L
Norman Uebty Mrg Co.. and we re
commend them to the public aa beln
JJust what they are represented.
W. 3. HUTCHISON.
Ed. Gazette, Pleasant HID Mn.
Twenty-five cents, for sale by Chas
Rogers, Astoria, Or., sote agents.
EARL'S CLOVER ROOT, th great
Rlood purifier, gives tr,nnMS ,nd
"learnesa to the c.imnnxion and "-,nes
Constipation. K cts.. So cts , 11.00.
For Sale by J. W. Conn,
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