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for Infants ond Children.
MOTHERS, Do You Know that Paregoric,
Dutrmiti'i Iirops, Oialltry' tori'UI, many ocllI Soothing Syrups, Mid
Must rruintlr fur children ir curnpoard of opium or morpulnaf
lm Tn Know Hint opium d tuof Ulu ilupefylng saicoll polauoar
) Von Knnn tint lit ravel countf' diugBttii set prtltld UiMtt arou(lci
without labeling I hem poltotiar
! Vn Kmw Hut you iliould not perroU any weJldn to U gla your child
law you ur your pliyikUn know of what It I eera posed f
tut Yew Know that t'aelof la U 1 purely vegetable preparation, d thai a Hat tt
111 lnitdliui ta puWulird wild vry butHt
Ho Yon Kttovy tluit Cealorl l tlx prescription of th famous Dr. tamwl Trucker.
Tkal It ha bru in um fur neatly tlility yeais, and tint our Caalori b bow told Uua
Till ether rvaaeillii tor ctillditu combined 1
Tut Vaw Know tlud tb 1'itcnt Offk Iirtiul of Hi United Mate, sad of
other muuIi In, have lnued nclwlw right to lr. Pitcher and lili assign to as h ward
Casterla nd 111 formula, ind tint to Imltal tlim b I Hatt pcbM ofirruef
n -u Xnaw lliat on of Hi rua fur giautlnf till fownmrnt protection
iu uum Cutaita twd been promt to U atMtolutrl-r harmless r
t Vow Know Hut JS average duart f Culotla aia furnlahed fur a
CM,ot oua caul a lu f
tm Yon Know Hut wlwn rxaueasrdof IbUpttfrct prrparatioa, your children auy
W krpt wII, aud tail ya iay liav unUulirn mt t
II, Mir Milng ara wucth knowliif . Tlwy ara beta.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
R. P. EhMORE,
M. H. HARRISON,
Sitilin ', diifcH to ami Irom Tillamook and Nehalom depend
on the weatlier. For freight and passenger
rnt.es apply to
I-LMORf-. SANBORN & CO., Agents.
0. K & N. CO.,
Or nl By tliir lime
nliu )iu w'ihIi h i;imm1
ciuf w ',r 'I'" II
kn, butiiH" niiido,
liuntl iiiikUi, w hile Ubor
CouoeiltMl Uv m!I Himikiri
to b ll'u tvit oii'iir
W. P. SCU1GBE,
ROSS HIGGINS & CO
(Jroccrs, : and : Butchers
Aitorla and Upper Anuria
Flni I.. nJCuitii, TH Dllct't, DonnnUc
mil Tiupicul trulu, Vcs.-ttki. Suj.r
C'Ma llamt, hatutt. i:K.
Choice Frfh ana Salt Meass.
la tliera a man with eart o co'.d,
Thut from lila family would withhold
Th rnmforta whlnh hy nil pnuM And
I.. umh I-h (f I'-UHNITUKK tif th
,uut w wiiiii.I HUKKi-at ut thin m-imnn,
..',. il't .iiM.nl. KtinHlin Tfthle, or e
t DI.iIup. I'hulra. We hiive thf IwrM
wA il,i.rtt line vr aliown In ths city
8'fl n nrlc3 thHt ounnot fall to plea
!), i.i.t hnver.
HEILBORN & SON.
V "l M 1 Jf A T
BREAINER & HOLMES.
8pcltit MtanUon paid to ataaunboat ra
pturing, nrat-claaa huraaalioolntr, to
LOCCIfiC CAJHP (DORK A SPECIALTY
i7 Olner atraat, between Third and
and Fourth Aatnrta, .
A.HXORIA IKON WORKS
Cairgmly St.. foul uf Jarkinn. Aitoit.
General Machinists and Boiler Makers
Und and Marin. En(lnt. Bollar work. Sl.aa
boat and Cinntry Work a Spaclaltv.
CaHnt ol All Daicrlptloni Mtda la Ur4w aa
Tnlin Fos.Prealdant and 8uvrlntandeni
K. U Fox Vlo Praaldent
O. U. Prael Baoratar
"A TALENTED EDITOR.'
(ItMHIvmcn: I had occaalon to uaa aev
ernl boxes of Krauae'a Itcadacha Cap
milt' wIiIIk travcllnR to Chicago to at
t nil the National Dt'tnocratlo convention.
Thi'y ui'toil like a charm In preventing
limiliirlit-a anil illnlnraa. Jlave had vary
Unix hinilnrhe alnce my return, which
JOHN U. BHAFFEn,
Kl. Kenovo (Pa.) Record.
For ralo by Chaa. Rogora, Aatorla, Or.,
Itla Q la a aen.Bolmnttli
rvmaur rnr uanorrufva.
tVhIM. naaalural dli-
I ehargaa, or an? jDlUaama
non, irnuuoa or mira
tion of bi u o a ii ai.ni.
iTHiEtMIUKiamuns, '" llB-aiirlBaat.
jor ltnt la plain wrappar.
AA hr axprvaa, pivpalij. tu.
t'jvyj H (II, or UhIm, M 75.
aa Clrtiillw aant on rvguoat.
. Jf QuraalMl T)
tide Table for
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Wrdnrixlay, . ,
SHIPPING DAY BY DAY
IRarloi 'flatters, Here, Tbere and
Tlw pilot ai-hooner Ban Joae came In
Tho afhooner Ia-tl tlav haa aallod from
ftfdontlo for thla port.
A acow luaul of trap polea ta lylnir at the
foul of Fourteenth atrwt.
The ai'liooner film left up for Portland
ycaienlay In low of lhr Fannie.
Tlie Ituaaluii ahlp Krnnln aallrd Bumlay
aftimoon aa did alao lha Amulrva.
A bark In ballaat la reported In the
oft)n. havins coma up the coaaL
Tl Wwhlnirton pilot boat Jeeala will
bo In today to uiwIitko a f-w repair.
Th lirlllah ahlp C'laekmananahlr aallnt
from Calcutta for Aatorla February 11.
The. lirlllah ahlp Dunbrldite. from thla
port, arrived at Avonmoulh February 11.
The German ahlp Floltbek and tho
lirlllah ahlp Cambrian Klnir aalltd Snn
ilay. The ahlp Varona l now tho only vea
ael In the harbor. Her anchor chain
aro nicely twlatml.
Tho arhooner Novelty arrived In vea
t"lday mornliiK. and proceeded to Knapp
ton. where ahe will load lumber.
The tu Relief brought Pilot Wnoda
and Tatian In from tho Jewel yeaterday
mornlns. Mr. Talton la very III. but
Th acow Maud arrived from Youim'a
river falla yeaterday with a load of pulp
for Orearon aty. She la dlacharRlnK at
Hi O. It and N. dock.
There are now twenty-three voaaela en
route to thla port, with a re-llered ton
naao of SA.091. There aro ten veaaela In
port, with a realalered tonnage of 1G,34.
Three of the latter ara dlaenKaared.
Th tender Columbine leavea up the
river thla morntn for Portland, wher
he will have her boiler overhauled. On
board the tender are Quite a number of
pholoarrapha of Tillamook Rock and the '
IlKhtahlp, taken by Chief Kmrlneer Lord,
and howlnc thee Inlereatlng olnla at
their very beat. j
The new ayaUrn pretared by Chief
Wharfinger Root ta pi-eaerve a complete
record aa to freight left on the whnrvea
over forty-eight hour and to guard
axalnat aubatltullon of freight for the
am way went Into effect yentenlay,
My a Ban Franclaco pnwr. Now when
any freight I leit on tho wharvei over
forty-eight hour a tag properly dated la
pi u ceil upon tt. and It can therefore bo ,
Identified at once, and no room la left for ,
any complaint a to overcharge. j,
The cabin of th Pacific Coast Steam- J
hip Company' veeael Al-Kl I being ex
tended aft and a numler of new atate
room added. Other change are being
made In her cabin accommodation, and ,
when th largo force of men now at(
work on her alongalde of Rroadway 1 are.
through ah will be a flrat-clR pamcnger '
aa well a freight carrier. The company !
I expending aeveral thousand dollar on .
her, and It will be aome time before ahe
will be ready to go Into commlnslon
Affair r.re In a very prosperous Rtnte
at Kaattr Inland, o the Hrltlah bnrk
Centaur, which arrived recently at 8n
Franclaco, 111 dnya from Liverpool, re
port. On Jamibry Id, when tho Cin-
laur waa panning the Island, the chief
and fifteen natives came off to her
They brought a mighty welcome p. sr.
cfferlng In thw t hnpe of bIx vhH'P, two
hogs and a lot t f fruit. The chief re-;
ported that hla people and hi flock were1
well and prosperous. The sheep on the
Island numbered SO.OtiO, while the cattle
of different kinds equaled thnt number.
The trllie had sheared enough wool to
make a cargo for a ship, and a British
ship wo there loading at the time. The
Centaur had an uneventful voyage.
There I quite a rale war on between
the I'nelllc Court Steamship Company,
and the mnnnsers of the steamer Lakme
which ho made several trip from Call-i
fornla port to Tacoma and other Sound ,
cltlea. It appear a If the Lakme had'
rather won a point over the company In.
one respect. When It wa given out that'
ah wa going to sail from Son FranclBco
yesterday the P. C. 8. 8. Co. reduced
tivlght rate on the steamer Umatilla,
ailing yenterday, from 13.10 and 13 to til
per ton. It wa reported on good au-l
thorlty laat evening that tho I-ukme did.
not aall yeaterday, deferring her depart-,
ure until February IS. although the'
atoamer Umatilla waa well lo.-ided down
with freight for the Bound at tl per ton.
Th Paclfto Coast Steamship Comiiny
ha now announced that a $1 rate will be'
made by the steamer City of Puebla.
leaving San Francisco February 19, the
day after the departure of the Lakme.
Fishermen are now actively preparing
for the halibut season, which begin upon1
the Caps Flattery bank about March 1,
and lasts until late In tho full. Manager'
Chase, of tho North Paclilo Fish Com-'
pany, eatlmate that tlfty fishing craft
are now being fitted out on the Bound
especially for ne.libut Hailing. Tim most
of these, he ay. are from Port Towns
end, the remaining number divided up be.
tween Tacoma ami Seattle, with a few
from the ltelllngham Hay elite. "There
will be mora people rssod In halibut
ttahlng this neaaon than In any yenr
passed," said he yesterday, "and In all
probability the catch wll be greater this
season than ever before. The halibut
from the Sound have now an et!-;
li in ii watnh. uiw mtttn.
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llahnd place In th Kaatern market, our
product being looked for and depended
upon by Kaatern fish dealer. Our mar
keta ara tho only place th Kail can
rely upon to gt tlilr winter halibut,
because few, If any, of these flan ran
be obtained from tho Kaatern bank dur
ing Hi winter. Halibut I now ell ng
for 12 cent wholesale her. Our lupply
her doe not depend upon the (eaaon.
By going north to Queen Charlotte
sound and Alaskan . water m winter
time fishermen can catch all they want."
' NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Kn trance to Gray' Harbor, Washington.
ftouca i hereby iveii that the outer
bar buoy, flrt-clai can, black and white
perpendicular atrip, lately reported
gon adrirt from It mooring on the out
er edg of th bar, I now In It old
Hy order of th llghthou board.
O. W. FAHKNHOLT.
Commander 0. 8. Navy.
Inspector Uth L. II. District,
Office of U. H. Lighthouse Inspector,
Portland, Or., Feb. IS., jpl.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Willamette River, Channel to Portland,
Notice la hereby given that the Swan
Island Bar alnxle pile poal light beacon
(upper) and 1'oat office Bar alngl pit poet
light beacon (lower), both of which wer
recently carried away, have been replaced
In their old position In the Willamette
liy order of tho lighthouse board.
O. W. FAR EN HOLT.
Commander C. B. Navy,
inspector Uth L. II. District.
Office of t. 8. Lighthouse Inspector,
Portland. Or., February It, lis.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
' Point Arguello, California.
It I reported that th Point Arguello
whittling buoy, painted red and marked
'Tt. A." In white, haa drifted thr
quarter of a mile to the northward of
Its old position.
It will be replaced In It old position a
oon a practicable, when due notice will
My order of th llghthou board.
' Commander U. 8. N.. Inspector.
Office of U. 8. Lighthouse Inspector,
San Francisco, Cat. February tt. IS.
The U. S. Oov't Reports
ahow Royal Bklng Powder
superior to II otbert,
W mut define flattery and praiae:
they are dltlnct Trajan waa encour
aged to virtue by the panegyric of Pllny:
Tiberlu became obstinate In vice from
th flattery of the senator. Loul XVI.
Mr. L. R. Patton. Rockford. HI..
write: From personal experience I can
recommend DeWltfa Barsaparilla. a cure
for Impure blood and genera) debility.'
Chaa. Rogers, DniggUt
ny Imagination a man In a dungeon la
ramtble of entertaining himself with
scene and landscape more beautiful
than any that can be found In the whole
compass of nature. Addison.
"Give me a liver regulator and I can
regulate the world." said a genius. Th
druggist handed him a bottle of De Witt's
Little Karly Riser, the famous little
plus. Chaa. Roger.
The praise of the envious 1 far Jesa
creditable than their censure; they praise
o ,ly that which they can surpass, but
that which surpasses them they censure.
All the patent medicine advertised In
this paper, together with th choicest
perfumery, and toilet article etc., can
be bought at the lowest price at J. W.
Conn' drug itore, opposite Occidental
"O, look!" exclaimed Ruth, a victim cf
the -.'iisslng erase, "what lovely poet era I
Ami bhe and Mabel went Into the store
i .id purchased several dollars' worth.
I 'ray, how were they to know that the
p. od bought were not posters, but comic
aiciitine? Boston Transcript
IT MAT DO AS MUCK FOR TOO.
Mr. Fred Miller, at IrMnar, IX., write
that he bad a eevere kidney trouM lor
marry year, wtri aevere palna in tall
back and alao tfttag, hi bladder wa
affected. He tried many ao-clled kid
ney cure, but wMlhnut any good result
About a year agx he began the uaat ot
Electric Btttera and found relief at once.
Klectrto Bitter 1 especially adapted to
the cur ot all kidney and Dver trouble
and often give almost instant relief.
One trial will prove, our axaJawaent. Price
only Me tor targe bottle. Alt Ctia.
Rogers drug "".ore.
SHE D1SL1KKD CRITICISM.
"Mr. Dorklns," she said reproachfully,
"I am Informed that you refer to the
boarding establishment which I conduct
In language of disparagement.
"Then I suppose It was under some
hypnotic Influence that you requested the
waiter to bring you one ot my biscuits
as you were going fishing anil wanted a
A OOOD WORD.
Mr. J. J. Kell, 8harpaburg. Pa.:
Dear 8lr: I am glad to say a good
word for Krause'a Headache Capsule.
After suffering for over three year wltr
acute neuralgia and Its consequent In
somnla (which seemtd to battle the ef
forts of some of our best phya'clans)
you suggested this remedy whl. li gave
mo almost Instant relief. Words fall
to express the praise I should like to be
stow on Krause's Headache Capsules.
MRS. li R. HOLMES.
For sale by Chas. Rosers, Astoria. Or.,
HAD illM TKkbO,
Newport Mercury. . . '
Twlttcrly (to flnltlerly, reading noVnl)
And what become of th hrof
Hnltlerly 1 don t know hi ft nil fat
but on page tt It look a If th heroin
had him lred.
Hnllterly Y; the author state thai
"at her glance h stood rooted to th
For breaker ahead when pimple, boll.
carbuncle and Ilk manifestations of Im
pure blood appear. They wouldn't ap
pear If your blood wer pur and your
system in th right condition. They show
you what you need a good blood purifier;
that' what you get when you tak Dr.
Plerc Golden Medical Irlscovery.
It earn- health with It. All Wood,
Skin, and Scalp Dlseaaaa, fro ma common
blotch or eruption to th worst flcrofula.
are cured by It It Invigorate th liver,
purifla and nrtehe th blood, and
rouse every organ Into healthful action.
In the moat lubborn form of blood dis
eases, such Salt Rheum. Krtema. Tet
ter, Kryalpelaa, Carbuncle, and kindred
ailment, and with Scrofula In every
hp. and all Mood-taint. It effect
perfect and permanent cure of th wont
Those who attain any excellence com
monly apend llf In on common pursuit;
for excellence not gained upon easier
Children Cry for
Boom no man' lov Ihouah of a mean
degree; lov I a present for a mighty
airg; much less mske any man thine
J. W. Plerc. Republic. Iowa, sars: "I
hav used On Minute Cough Cure In
my family and for mylf. with results
so ntlrly satisfactory that I can hardly
find word to xpra myself a to It
merit. I will nevar fall to recommend
It to other, on - every occasion that
presents luelf." Chaa. Rogers.
Wa are kindled and nut out. sr die
dally; nature that begot ua expel us,
and a better and safer place Is provided
for ua Seneca.
Or. Prica'g Cream Bakhi; Powder
Critic That villain In your story 1 a
perfect masterpiece. Where did rou get
the character? Novel lit I Imagined a
man possessed of all the forms of wicked
ness my wife attribute to me when h
I angry. Spare Moment.
Quick In effect, heals and leaves no
car. Burning, scaly kln eruption
quickly cured by De Witt' Witch Haul
Halve. Applied to burn, scalds and old
ore. It 1 magical In effect Always
cures pile. Chaa. Rogers.
"No, you cannot kls me, but you may
kla my hand," (aid h coldly: "Cruel,
cruel being." he cried. "With you love
lead a miserable hand to mouth exist
ence!" B., K. Co.' Monthly.
It not only I so. but It must be so.
On Mlnut Cough Cur acts quickly, and
that a what make It so. Chaa. Rogers.
Employer So you want a fortnight'
alary In advance? But (uppose you
should dl tonight? Clerk (proudly) Sir.
I may be poor, but I'm a gentleman.
A high liver with a torpid liver wfu not
be a long liver. Correct th liver with
De Wltt'a Little Early Risers, little pills
that cure dyspepsia and constipation.
HI8 WAT OF PUTTING IT.
"I there one fountain pen better than
"Well, no; I should say. however, that
there ara a good many fountain pens
worse than others."
BHILOH'S CURE is sold en a guaran
tee. It cure incipient consumption. It
I the beat Couth Cure. Only one cent a
dose. B cents. 10 cents, and Sl00i For sale
by J. W. Conn.
Smith Blumer 1 .one of the most
thoughful men I ever saw. Jones What
haa he been doing now? Smith The
other day he sent for an umbrella I had
borrowed from him and had my nam
engraved on the handle. Pearson's
BUCKLEN'8 ARNICA. SALVB.
The best aalv in th world for Cuts.
Bruises. Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Totter, Chapped Bands,
Chilblains. Con, and AU Skin erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
iai reoulred. It Is guaranteed to alva
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded.
Srlce, tS cents per tox- For sale by
Co a. K offer, tjaa reuowr ouaiaing.
Cleveland Plain Ilealer.
The Chicago Tlmee-Herald has an edi
torial headed "Must the Greenbacks Go?"
That query was evidently written by a
Poppy red chiffon makea exceedingly
chic theater waists.
of Cod-liver Oil with Hy
pophosphitcs, ' with plenty
of out-door exercise,' pure
air and pure water, will
arrest consumptive tenden--cies,
allay the irritation of
the throat and lungs, and
build up the body and
fortify the system against
further inroads from this
THE. ABOVE PICTURE DOES NOT
A passenger train on the Chicago, Mil
waukee and St Paul Railway. No. Its
tarin are veatlbuled. heater by (team.
and lighted by electricity. Each aleep-
car berth haa an alectric reading lamp.
It dining car ar th beat in the world,
and Ita coach are palace on wheel.
Thl great railway, connecting aa It
does with all transcontinental lines at St
Paul and Omaha, assures to the tarvellng
publlo the best service known. Tickets
via the Chicago, Milwaukee and 8t Paul
Railway are on sal at all railroad ticket
office to any point In th United State
or Canada. For maps, folder and other
' C. J. EDDT. General Agent.
I V. CASEY, , Portland, Or.
Trav. Paes and Tkt Agent,
Four out of Bv wha
mental worry, stuck
paying tb penalty of
early r eases. Vlo
tlma, rselsla yoar
manhood, rsgaia yoar
vigor. Don't despair. Send for book with
explanation aod proof. Ulld(sJd)fr.
ERIE ISEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N. Y.
Are You Going East?
.4 W, UIUf MMW M. 0 V. mivaJWH.
Senenl agent of th "Burlington
out," tut Washington at, Portland.
Ha will mall yon free of charge, map,
time tables, and ad via you aa to the
through rales to any point, reserve
siaeping car accommodation for you.
Kand furnish you with through tickets
via either the Northern, Union, South
rn. Canadian Pacific, and Oreat North
ern railroad at th vary lowest rates
Th Burlington Rout t generally
eon ceded to bo the finest equipped rail
road in ua wona for all cisas of
Iron A Stfel,
Groceries A Provisions,
Flour A Mill Feed,
Painta, Oils, Varnishes,
Doors A Windows,
Wagons A Vehicles.
E. flcNElL, Receiver.
Pullman and Tourist Sloop
Free Reclining Chairs Car.
Astoria to San Francisco
State of California, Tuesday, Feb. It
Columbia. 8unday, Feb. H
State of California, Friday, Feb. 28.
Columbia, Wednesday, March 4.
Stat ot California. Monday, March .
Columbia, Saturday, March 14.
Astoria and Portlnd Stsamers.
Tb T. J. Potter wOI leer Astoria at
T p. m. dally, except Sunday; leave Port
land at T a. m. dally, except Sunday.
The Steamer Lurtfcre wOI Iteaara Aatorla
at : a. m. dally, except Sunday; leave
Portland at I p. m. dally, except Satur
For rates and getmral InlormaUon call
00 or address
U. TV. AAunoocivni,
WW Tf UIIUT OTrDT
Gen. Pas. AmU Portland, Or
Are You Going East?
Be sure and see that your ticket
This Is the
GREAT SHORT LINE
And all Points East and
Their Magnificent Track, Peerleas Vee-
Ubuled Dining ana Bleeping jw
Train and Motto:
"ALWAYS ON TIME "
Have riven this road s national reputa
tion. All clnns of passengers carried
on th veatlbuled train without extra
charge. Ship your freight and travel
over this famous line. Ail agents have
W H MEAD. F. C. BAVaOB.
Oen. Agent Trav. F. and P. Aft
ix waetung-ton at, roruana. ur.
Mrs. T. 8. Hawkins, Chattanooga,
Tenn., says: "Shlloh' Vltallxer "SAVED
MY LIFE.' I consider It the best rem
edy for a debilitated system I ever used.
For Dyspepsia, Liver or Kidney trouble,
It excel. Price 75 cts.
For sale by . W. Conn.
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r..rr natnl taken out bf o la Ijronirlic brfore
the alUo by a bnttm glrea fra of ctiarif la tM
laarast tl 11 mt off m ot anr artaiitifT'. paeer fn th
WorkL Bl.lanHi.il llluacrata.1, Jlo l.l. !ll,n i,i
aaaa sknulii be wiinout It. Waek tr, a.l.uoa
yaaei (I JO all momhe, A1dna, K rt a ClA.
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KARON Or IS05.1S9A.
Tuiiee a Week
Over the Great
J unset fjoute
Leaving San Francisco
Tuesdays and Saturdays
From Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1895.
The mot complete, modern, elegantly
quipped and perfectly arranged Vestt-
isum -lTansconuneatal Train in America,
New Equipment, especially designed for
Direct connections In New Orleans
or all Eastern points. Quick time.
TflE flSTOHW SAVINGS BilflK
Acts aa traataa fn Mnw. . Iaji. mtA In.
Transact a general banking business.
Interest -paid on tin deposits.
J. a A. BOWLBT.
J. Ol A. Bowlbr. C R. Pen R,t
Touo, A. & Reed, D. P. Thompson
nr. at. jjexneai. uiisx uotmes.
Few flen Would Ask
for a Finer Dinner
than those ws serve. Ws'r trying la
every war to soaks them the moat en.
Joyabls la town. All the "good things'
C the season cooked by our excellent
cook in the most delicious style. Perfect
U you Invite a friend to the Palace
RMUurant th place la a auffloient guar
antee that he will receive a good meal.
The Palace flestaarant
I. A FASTABEND,
PILE DRIVER, HOUSE, BRIDGE AND
Addraaa. bos 10, PostoSlc. ASTORIA. OR
A complete tock of lumber on hand
In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rus
tic, ceiling, and all kinds of finish:
mouldings and shingles: also bracket
work done to order. Terms reasonable
and prices at bedrock. All orders
promptly attended to. Office and yard
at mill. H. F. L. LOGAN. Proo'r.
Captain Sweeney. U. 8. A.. San nir.
Cel.. saya: "Shlloh's Catarrh Remedy
I the first medicine I have ever found
that would do me any good." Price 60
cent. Sold by J. W. Conn.
INDORSED BY THE PRESS.
Gentlamp.fi? ThU ta ... .!... 1
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nave used Vran..'. T J .... ,1 .. .. 1. ri ,
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with satisfactory result. I bought a
wmcn cosi me ioc, ana one capsule
cured me of a dreadful ick headache.
My wife and myself have both used the
medicine manufactured by the Norman
ucniy jm 1 g. uo., and we recommend
them to the public aa being Just what
uicjr re represeniea.
W'. P. HUTCHISON,
Ed. Gasette. Pleasant Hill, Mo.
Twenty-five cents, for sale by Chas.
Roger,, Astoria, Or., sole agent.
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT, the great
Blood purifier, glvea freahnes and clear
ness to the complexion ami cures Con
stipation, 25 cts., GO cts., n.OQ.
For sale by J. W, Conn.