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TlfK DULY ASTOIUAX, ASTOiUa, MUMMY MOUN1.N.J, MAHCIf H. !.
CMtorU U Dr. Samuel Pitcher' prrcrlptlon for Infanta
nd Cblldraa. It ontaliu neither Opium, Morphine nor
Other JNarcwtta substance. II U lianuUoa ubstltota
for Prf orloi Props, Boothia; Sjrrups, and Castor OIL
It la PlMMbt. IU rorntW M thirty yetdV um br
miUwu f Mothers. Cna ton J a. tray Worais and allays
ftrasrUkaaa, Caatorla pravaoU voniltlnff Sour Curd,
awa DlarrheM aad Wind Colic Castori relief
twatataf traablai, earW eeaitlpation " and flatulency.
CavstatU aeelatlUUe the' fVad, refulatea the stomach
a a" bawsls, flrlar healthy and natural sleep Caa
arla b the Children's fanaora-the Mother's Friend.
festorl 17 aaoleal aMllH ewgfcll.
in, Melaari a rrvaalidlr uIImiI lu
m4 . aa tkati caller."
a. 0. & Willi,
m Lmll, Mm,
OsfasrW klWM rdy IW caUdroa of
WWj 1 a ) led 1 ke.l.4ar.
if atrhat vbea kaotkert will aoaiUIrr !(
Ml liim T (Mr ckllaiea, aad as CulacU
fa Mil I f Ik vartooa) asack MUiw wekh
rt aaatraytag IM' fcrosd MM. by fentag
. BMisklaa. sootklag syrse ssd kn
kauOol H dew Ureal, laaratry
I lass I fiinliw gravo "
IM. J. r. tiKmut,
Trie Centeur Camaany, 77
U yoa watt a sure relief foe
limbs, tut as
Baaa in Mind Not eae of
lloni ll good at tha (tnuina.
Twentieth St. mill MeKee Ave.
ASTORIA INVESTMENT CO.,
482 Bond Street.
S. I'UI UMAN. lata o Proaaiaa A M,,lmi.
COLUflBIA IRON WORKS.
Foundrymcn, Blacksmiths. Machinists and Boiler Makers.
MANUFACTURING AND REPAIRING
OF ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
lror and Brass Casting. General Blacksmith Work,
HPRCI AL.TIRH 1
Welch Patent Wheel. Ship Smithing and Siembat Work,
Cannery sad mil Machinery, Marina and 5tatlonary
Boiler Uullt to Order
airSiiliilly eiiulpitJ lr l-iigK"' Work,
Bav FminJrvl. Hhonr 7N- C(irrrmndriice
k aa amm
J a. oaat aakac
flow Look Here;
When You Buy MARSHALL'S Twine
VJ In This City, You Don't Oct a Pig in
a Poke.. .You Look at the Goods, Un
ravel Them, Put the Strands in a
Special Testing Machine, and See
for Yourself What the Stuff Will
YOU TAKE NO CHANCES WHEN
YOU PURCHASE MARSHALL'S !
The Right Twine to Buy
ELMORE, SANBORN CO., Agents
" CaatnU b well lpl.d lecfcMre thai
I mMNi h a yilr te aay ptaacf IpUaa
tmi U aw."
R. A. aaras. M. D.,
Ill . Otlmi M., kiosk I, a, N. T. .
"Oar rM.U In lh caUdion' JrV
i Mil lux tpka highly of lhlr jrl
wr la thrlt eataUl atactic with Caatatta.
ad although w aaljr bin among; oar
saadlaal naallai what to kaawa aa regular
redact., yet w ir. (rat la con foal Ikal Ik
K.riU of CaolorU ha m aa to kauk Ufc
Uarrao lloarrrai. aaa DierST,
AU- C kMrra, V.
Murrey Street, New Yerk CHy.
paia In the back, side, cbeit, or
tha beet et ceaotertalts aod Irnlla-
Ik Minuted on tin houili -iil ol
Twtnty (U-griM'H vnrinrT nii'l t-pHH
tinu tli i rt v diivs in ulviiin' nf tlic Nrtli
MiioTuiflcoiit nitiH Or m nitli iiciii. nvir
!'Mkiii: rivtT nii-1 Imy, sunny aiid m!u1-
Kny it ml iiutural jrndi'H: 1 1 1 1 or no
R. T. liARl.K. lata ol SlocMoa, Cal.
LihrateJ on iXth anj Franklin (Scow
1 aar koa. t tar ft, k mm pi oj.ll, CI
ana a? an araaama. aaa ojo a, bojm a aw avnKaaaaoar ar
mm ModloliM Oa.. raria, morn l... Doa boa Oa, eaaMk-
Jast a foment
Tide Table for
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Tiii'ailay . .
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Kililay . . . .
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SHIPPING DAY BY DAY
Ulirlne matters, Here, There atd
Tin Orlnntal alrain.r Mount llianon
la due liora on March R.
Tha airanior llarrlaon Irfl out fur Tllla
mouk aiv.l NVhalmt yeaU-rday.
Th atnamor Chllkal. which hai ten
IM uv near th. O. It ami N. wharr
alm a laat tall, la aoon to ba lnipactMl
and (ilarod un tha Alaaka run.
Tho arhnowr Mary K. Ituia arrived
iluwn frum I'ortlaml yatrlay. Hlio haa
M.uu (oo of lumlwr fur C. A. Huopor
a Cu., Han Kramloto. Bra left out In th
Tb Ilrlllah ahlp liallorhmyla waa tow
od In to tha O. It. and S. Co.'i wharf
yratontay. whrra aha will dla'lar( &.J
tuna of ooal. Tha romalndar of bar car
go wlil t dlarharod In I'ortland
Tha lark Vld.lta and achooncr Annl
0 lft up tha rlvr yoaionlay In tow
of tho atram'r Kannlo. Whll on lha
rtvar tbo Vkloita apoka tha barkantln
Ulnaoar, bound fur Knapplon, whar aha
will load lumbar.
Thrna Inlurnl aallora from tha'wrarkod
Olonmurmc arrlrod In this city yvatanlay
and wir takan to tha hoapltal. Ono of
tha mon waa iKsl to tha chilly eoaat
hrooto with hardly any clothing for av
oral houra, and ts vory alck.
At aavoral Eaat Aatorta rann'rtaa flah
arm on aro alroaily launching itahboau.
Aa aoon aa tha boa I a ara put In tha
l-rr 1 boy aro larampod. for th. purpoaa of
aatlllng tho aoama. rWrorml boa la w.ra
launrhoil yoatorday at thi Columbia ran
nory. Th. Btata on hor laat trip for Han
Franrtoro, rarrlrd VdV bundlri of ihookl
from tho Ailorla Hoi Company. Th
(Juoon, which lrvoa out Turulay, will
carry anothor conilgnmrnt of Tf' bun
illca from tho aamr company. Tho mill
la running full llmo. Laai )-ir It run
for CI !'. which t probably a roast
Tha alramor Quorn arrlvod from Ran
Franclaro yratorlay morning. Ph' had
a vary largo and Int'raailng Paaaongor
Hal. A largo crowd collortrd at tho
wliarf to ao. John I.. Bulllvan, who la
on hla way to I'ortland. Th Quorn
brought up about lo.ouu aacka of aalt and
a largo quant lly of vrrrtabl.l and fruit,
th lattor fr Aatorla mnrrhanta. She
loft tip at nooa.
N. II. Wrhhv-r' nrw gaaolln launch la
rapidly noaiing complotlon ai Hklpanon.
Oliver Graham la conatructlng th hull.
Rli will probably b roady for acrvlro In
alwut throa wo.k. Mr. Wbtor haa re
turned tbo launch Star, which ha haa
been uilng for aome time, lo her ownera,
M'wm lAngworthy and Morn. The new
boat will be much larger and have great
er power than th Biar.
Th Hrltlih Iwrk Donna Franclaoa,
Captain Jolin Hlmon. rlirel at the Ta
coma cuitoma house yeotetlay for Fal
moulh for onion with a cargo of wheat.
Hho baa In hvr hold 130,27V bunhola, valued
at ti.ia. Thla Ii one of Ih beat cancioa
that haa left the Sound thla aain. and
la among Ihe laat that will leave until
the new crop Iwglna moving. Tha vea
ael la lying at buoy No. 3, and will aall
within a few day. Italfour. duthrle
A Co. aro the charterera.
Weilnomlay evening, aa the atcamr
City of A Iw-.l.-i, wna on her run fro-n
thla rliy to 8, 1 1 Ip, and when off KoMn
aon'a iHili.t. on? of her crank ptna broke,
which reaultwl In breaking the croa
hiud. kiuKktiig out the cylinder and
an)iihlnK tlx machinery gcnarally on
that alilo of tho iKiut. Thi alcanier went
on to 8itlle with one rnitlne. Hhe re
turneO lo Ihla city yeatenluy and tied
up at llr,"1 Commercial wharf fir rcpnlra.
Tli broken machinery wua taken to the
I'uget Sound Iron Work, whore will be
made a new cylinder and cylinder rrfaila.
croBi heada and llnn h.mls. rod and
rlnga. Captain Willi' y uys it win ink
eight or ten days to put her In order,
and Mtlnate the lo to the company
at fully l.nm. The ruget Sound Iron
Work mado tho engine for the ateamer
aovral year agxax Ledser.
The llnwallnn hark .Manna Alva. Cap
tain Smith, which lift hero November 5
with a cargo of lumber for Sydney, and
conoflrnlng which much anxiety has been
felt, arrtd safely at her destination
February 1. Her master foiled to report
to those on thl aldo of tha watr Inter
ested In tire nark. A month and a half
haa passed since she reached Sydney.
The vessel waa 63 days In mak'ng the
passage, the ordinary tlm required.
She carried tW.iX feet of lumber from
. The Gorman bark Bertha, Captain
Roach, will oh sailed from Tacomo No
vember 2K for Adelaide-, was to race
avtvea th. l'aoino ' tO' their ranpectlve
ports, the Craft making the quickest pas
aar ta he declared winner and the moa
tar of the losing vessel to furnish a
royal tret to tha other when they next
met. It Is now In order for Captain
Smith to entertain the aklpper of the
Bertha, as the craft made th passage
In 75 days.
Nothing; has been hwd of the four
masted steel British barkentlne Xon
llppe, from San Joee de Guatemala for
Tacomo, to load lumber for Franco, th
barkentlne Diacovery from Puget sound
for San Francisco and the schooner J.
B. Leeds from Guaymu for Puget sound.
It ts generally believed all hove been
lost. The vessels hove been out an un
reasonably long time and were all trav
eling well known courses. Th Xontlppe
was spoken In a disabled condition about
December 31, and It Is feared she foun
dered In a storm. A vessel believed to
have been the Discovery was reported In
a sinking; condition several week ago off.
the Oregon coast.
The British bark Cadiow Forest was
! 7 ft
2 82 ! 0.8
3 87 1 0 2
4 31 -0 1
6 17 -0.2
8 Ul i-O.l
8 40 1 0 II
7 23 0 5
8 "2 ' 1 1
M 42 17
blown off tho Columbia river bar 71
rtaya ago. after having taken a pilot
aboard, and ta given up for (oat. Hha
waa laat aoon January 1 off Cap Iila
appoimment by tha bark tiathrrar. The
Kuroat waa laat reinsured for (u (ulntaa.
AN ODD COLLECTION
A man In Colorado has a quaint eollee
lion of bottles. It la divide.) Into two
ertlona. HerUon on la large. bi(ln
I wo Is not. Hwtlon on contains bun
dreda of twtllaa, Ihe rontenta of which
hla wife ao allowed hoping to lind HH
fnim hor phyalral ulTtrlng. bK-tlon
two contain, a few bottlea that one
were lill1 wlih Dr. I'krce's Kavorlta
I't.acrlpllon. It waa this potent rem
edy that gava irrt aulTerlrur wife her
hallh iiiiin It euro all Irr.gularltle.,
Inurnal inrtammallon and iilcatatlon,
dlplai.imonia and ktmlred troubl.a. It
haa done mop. to toilet the aufferinga
of women than any other m.diclne
known to science.
I'll tumora, rupture and n.lule radi
cally cured by linitroved method. Hook,
lo cent in atamp. World' Dlip-naary
Medical Association, HufTalo, N. V.
It alone la tho boot, Dr. I'liee'a Raking
Powder, ao take no auhatltute for It.
M EN V FOR MONDAY.
"Th gods know that I ipoak thus In
hurget for bread and not In thirst for
ravanga. . . . Hunger breaks stona
Wrea k fast.
Kidney Omelet, Spanlah Sauce.
Oyster Fritter. Haked Potabxa.
Cream of Sorrel.
Drolled Mackerel. Maltra d'Hotel Bauoe.
Coifs Uvr a la Francalaa
Droast of Lamb, Broiled.
Letluea and Tomato Salad.
Haked Indian Pudding.
I On Minuet Cough Cure touches the
I right apot. It alu louche It at the
right time If you take It when you have
a cough or cold. Sea the polntT Then
don t cough. Chaa. Hogr.
ARMED TO THE TEETH.
"Did the kitty hurt you?" asked papa,
awing his little boy's puckered face.
"Yea," answered Charlie, "that kitty
haa got teeth In her toea."
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT, tha great
Ttlood nuriurr, gives freshnraa and clear-
neaa to the complexion and curei Con
allpatlon. cts., 60 eta.. II. on.
For aala by J. W. Conn.
Mr. Wheelt'T Wasn't tha young Hlu
mer who uat bowed to you? Miss Orer
In Yes: he's a member of my family
now." Mr. Wheeler Why, I never knew
you were related to him. Miss Oeerlng
Neither am I by blood: I'm hla lster
by refusal. Brooklyn Life,
Mrs. T. 8. Hawkins. Chattanooga.
Tenn., says: "Shlloh' Vltallser "SAVED
MY LIFE." 1 consider It tha best rem
edy for a debilitated ay.tem I ever used."
For Dyaprpala, Liver or Kidney trouble.
It excel. Price 76 cts.
For sale by J. W. Conn. '
Shot gown have lot none of their
J. W. Pierce, Republic, Iowa, nays: "I
have used One Minute Cough Cure In
ny family and for myself, with result
so entirely satisfactory that I can hardly
ftnd word to express myself a to It
merit. I will never fall to recommend
It lu others, on every occasion that
pn spins telf." Chas. Rogers.
Spider-web brocades are new and strik
ing. Mrs. K R. l'atton. Rockford. 111.,
writes: From personal experience I can
recommend DeWltf Sarsapaii'.la. a cur
for Impure blood and general debility."
Chas, Rogers, Drugxlst.
Charlea H. Hemming, of Gainesville,
Tex., who has Just given tW.OOO for a
monument to the Confederate dead, to be
erected In Jacksonville, Fla., Is a native
of that city and served In the Confederate
army throughout the war. The monu
ment Is to be sixty feet high, surmounted
by a heroic bronie statue of a Confed
erate private soldier, with llfe-slss stat
ues of Lee, Jackson, Albert Sidney John
ston, and General Dickinson, of Florida.
Children Cry for
Now the timid, doubting suitor,
By Professor Roentgen's art.
May, before he speaks, discover
If she has a marble heart
A GOOD WORD.
Mr, J. J, Kell, Sharpabtirg, Pa.:
Dear Sir: I am glad to say a good
word for Krauae's Headache Capsules.
After suffering for over three years with
acute neuralgia and Its consequent In
somnia (which seemed to bottle the ef
forts of some of our best physician)
you suggested this remedy which gave
me almost Instant relief. Words fall
to express the praise I should like to be
stow on Krause's Headache Capsules.
MRS. E. R. HOLMES.
For sale by Chaa. Rogers, Astoria, Or.,
f ttr.K VIUM.
Uitut ynir d-riis i- II. K. BurltlMi A
ID , t.'trosigo, and go a fre rMiipt box
of Dr, King's N-e L.f I'll! A trial will
rowln'i you of Uieir rrKcti. Ttkw pill
ara may In acuVsi and ar p'lrnculariy
ffotiilvo In ih aur 'it Ojna lpttn and
ft, llnidacn. rt Maaira and Llvar
ronaum May hsv boon proved mrilu
sli! IViey ar giuarauaed lo be perfect
ly fr from every dototorloti ruiartanco
ami Hi bo purriy voaelj. Tre y uVi not
waakoi by their axl'rti. ItlK by giving
ton- w mumf Jt and btare: grf,y In
tliirs.tliia; tbo aroooov. MQtue'r six Vie
pvr tx. Mold lay Caret Raters. Drugmlet.
Henry Vlllard, who. In his younger
i"yi, wai a loumallat and t msn of I't
tor, winning In th civil war a high
reputation as a correspondent In tha
field, Is writing an autobiography for Ms
children exclusively. It will be pri
vately printed, 11 Is tnourht. next year.
ROYAL Baking Powder.
Hlghett of til Id Itavenlng
gtnngth.-V. . 0nrne Resort
Rmnaror William of Oermany takTT,
.., lnl.M.1 In hla IrllchoA. floeefrtlv
ha accompanied hi court marshal
through th " lower regions" of hi pal
a and complimented br chef of chefs
on the good order that pertained to a
departmant that Is always overworked.
Children Cry for
Ihe one dillngu!hd prima donna,
Mm. Ktelka Oorater, who. after a short
but brilliant career at Her Majesty's
and also In tha I'nlttd States, partially
loot her ilngln vole, la about to atari
a vocal academy at Berlin.
BHILOIf'B CURE la eoia on a guaran
tee. II rurea Incipient consumption. It
I th bet Cough Cur. Only on cent a
doie. cent. W cent, and fl.M. For sal
by J. W. Conn.
Mrs. Rudyard Kipling attends to all ot
her husband'a oorrespond'nce, snd care
fully guards him against would-be In
truders He la laid to tie the dim un
approachable literary man In the world.
All Ihe patent medicines advertised In
this paper, together -with tne enoiceai
nerfumerv. and toilet articles etc., can
be bought at the lowest prices at J. W.
Conn's drug store. opiolt Occidental
Nasturtium hd will be much In
vukuo In the prlng outfit.
Don't Invite disappointment by experi
menting. Impend upon On Mlnuta
Cough Curs and you have lmmedlata re
lief. It cures croup. The only harmless
remedy that produces Immediate results.
Th xlther Is by oil odd the musical
Instrument of fashion.
T. t A.t. i. an tint tf milSf hS BA.
On Minute Cough Cura acts quickly, and
that's what maarl It so. tnaa. iwt
DUCKWORTH CLUB SHOW
Tha mysterious preparations bow going
on in the dubrooma presage a perform
ance replete wwh aurprtse. Evan th
data waa Intended ta be sprung oa an
unauapectlng public Just e week, before
the event. It has, however, leaked out
that May I tire meteors will blsae, and
the display will be vlalbi from th Grand
Opera hours parquet. Until then the
populace will be kept In the dark as to
the exact nature of the show. A re
word will be offered to any dy.peptlc
who ran frown for a week after seeing
the Duckworth boys cavorting on a real
f J I of the complexion, hands, arrns,
and hair is found in the per.
feet action of the Pores, produced by
aflltiiillNa m0St CffeCtiVC
UUbllJj skin purifying and
11 AD A eau,''nS m
T UUu the world, as well
as purest and sweetest for toilet,
bath, and nursery. For distressing
facial eruptions, dry, thin, and fall
ing hair, and baby Memishes, it is
Bold throughout th world. Form Dana
an Cava. OoarH Sol Prop., Bonoa, U. S. A.
ROSS HIGGINS k CO
Grocers, : and : Butchers
Astaria aod Upper Astoria
Fla Tat and Cof en, Tabl Delkidet, Dom.uk
s4 1 ropkai i-ruits. v.reur-ie!. Migar
Cured Hani. Bacon. Eic.
Choice Fresh and Salt Meats.
Snap A Kodak
at any niau coming out ot
a our atore and you'll get a
portrait ot a man biimmlmi
. over with pleasant Uienght.
a HiM-h qublty lo the liquor, a
PLEASE ANY MAN.
Corrje and Try Them
HUOHK9 & CO.
Few (Ten Would Ask
for a Finer Dinner
thon those we serve. We're trying In
every way to moke them th most en,
Joyable In town. All the "good things'
of the season cooked by our excellent
cook In the most dellcloui style. Per
If you Invite a friend to the Palace
Restaurant the place Is a sufficient guar
antee that he will receive a good meal.
The Palace Restaurant
1 17 UT
CURED A3 IT BY MAGIC.
Victim as Loot JrlanjMod shrmld send a'
nnre Pr a nnon
thateiplala ho .
full manly vlior
la easily, qmYkly
restored. No man
wakn ran af
ford to IgnorofbU
Rook tall bow
full atn.nth. o.
retnomsnt and bin at Imparted to every
portion of the Mf, Hem with pnaltlre
arasimald)r to any man on appUcatkm.
EE! KEDICAl CO., BUFFALO, N.Y.
North Paeifie Bremery
. : JOHN KOPP. Prop ' ' J '.
Bohemian Lager Beer
Anil XX PORTErr.
Loar orders with 1. L. Carlaoa at tfe
unnyald Aalooa or Louie Boorstg at
toe Otasrnopolltaa Baloon. Ail orders srUI
W promptly atload ta.
and the opinion Is quit
generally held that It Is
them tha traveler wto goes
East over the Burllngtaa
Is from C to U al.ead of
tha man who take any
other Una to Omaha. Kan
aaa City. St, Louis or any
other Soulnern or Boath
Not because th rati la
lower. But because th
tlm la faster.
Tho man who take th
Borltnaton reaches bis
cVWInaxlon nearly a whole
day sooner than the man
who take any other line.
And be 1 In pocket tuat
what It would have cost
him for that day' ex
Tickets and time tabl-a
on application to th local
A. C SHELDON. O. A.,
E. flcNEIL, kecaiver.
Pullman and Tourist ftlaatrara
Fraa Racllnlns Ch.lr Car.
Astoria to San Francisco.
Stats of California, Thursday, March U.
Queen, Tuesday. March 24.
8tate, Sunday, March S.
Queen, Friday, Aurll L
Butt, Wednesday. April 1
Columbia, Monday, Avrll 11
Astoria arxi Portlod Steamers.
The R. R. Thompson will leave Astoria
at 7 p. m. dally except Sunday; leave
Portland at 7 a. m. dally, except Sunday.
Tb Steamer LurUn win leave Aatorta
at (:4t a. m. daily, except Sunday; leave
Portland at I p. n. dally, except Bator-
For rates) and general Information cal
on or address
O. W. LOUN8BERRT.
V H PCTTRLBURT,
Own. Pa. Agt . irl
Are You Goinj- East?
Ba aar and see that your ticket
Tbia la Uta
GREAT SHORT LINE
DULUTH, A ?
And all Points East, and
Their MagTilfloent Track, Peerless Vea-
tthttled Uinln and blaepmc Car
Trains aad Motto:
ALWAYS ON TIME "
Have siven thla road a national reputa
tion. All classes of passengers carried
on th Teatibuled trains without extra
charge. Shin your freight and travel
over thla farnoua Una. All agents have
W. H. MBU1). P. C SAVAGE.
Oen. Agent Tray. S and P. Act
148 Waahlnirton U Portland. Or.
PROVEN A BOON.
Gentlemen : I have always recom
mended Krauae's Headacn capsules
wherever I have had a chance. They
have proven a veritable boon In my
family against any and all kinds of
headache. Tours truly.
J. B. WALTER,
For sale by Chaa. Rogers, Astoria,
Oregon, sole agent.
0) A f;
Vstjafia. ava A ak w a
Tor tnfnmstinm an A ISm Haxn.itsiBT rita ara
htJNM CO-HI BstnAbWAT, Ha y.m.
Ol tm ImiMftii IVrff gar ijri riot IMiriitat la Anrl
t rr rtnt Ultm out bf ua 1 brrniarhl IWora)
tha tsUhllgt IssT anttna oTl varal fr i mf l laa tha
, m i '!"" or aar mam sapor m at
W,io. pl.a.lkllf IllaatraloO, Wcllii-n
sua aVrnW a wrAoat Ii. Wasiir. as.tx,
riuMouass, Ml asuatfwar. w lark Oiy.
L.IIIII I LUl
BtASsOM Or taasosaosoV
Tmiee a Veek
Over the Great
jj unset Dj oute
Leaving San Francisco
Tuesdays and Saturdays
From Tuesday, Nor. 5, 1895
Th mot eompCeta, modern, alegarrtry
equipped and perfectly arranged Veatt
buled Transcontinental Train In America.
New Equipment, especlilly dei-nd (or
Direct connections in Now Orleans
or all Eastern points. Quick time.
Acts as trust for corporation and ta
dlvtduala. . .
Transact a general banking business.
Interest paid on tuna deposit.
J. Q. A. BOWLBT..
BEN J. TOUNO
J. Q. A. Bowlby. C H. Page, BesJ
Toung, A. 8. Reed, D. P. Thompson
W. E. Dement. Oust Holme.
THE ABOVE PICTURE DOES NOT
A passenger train on the Chicago, Mil
waukee and St. Paul Railway. No. It
tarin ar vjrstlbuled. beater by steam,
and lighted by electricity. Each alesp
car berth has an electric 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 all transcontinental lines at St.
Paul and Omaha, assures to the tarvellng
public the best service known. Tickets
via the Chicago. Milwaukee and Bt. Paul
Railway are on sale at all railroad ticket
offices to any point in the United States
or Canada. For maps, folders and other
C. J. EDDY. General Agent,
J. W. CASET. Portland, Or.
Trav. Pasa and TkL Agent,
A complete stock, of lumber on hand
In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rus
tic, celling, and all kinds of finish:
mouldings and shingles; also bracket
work don to order. Terms reasonable
and price at bedrock. All order
promptly attended ta Office and yard
at mllL H. F. L. LOGAN, Prop'r.
Seaside, Oregon. ' .
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT will purify
your blood, clear your complexion, regu
late your Bowels, and make your head
clear as a bell. 26 cts., 60 cts., and 1100.
Sold by J. W. Conn.
INDORSED BT THE PRESS.
Gentlemen: This Is to certify that I
have used Krause's Headache Capsule
wMh. satisfactory results I bought a
box which cost m 25c, and one eapiule
cured me of a dreadful alck headache.
My wife and myself have both used th
medicines manufactured by the Norman
Lichty MTg. Co., and we recommend
them to the publto as being Just what
they are represented.
W, P. HUTCHISON.
Ed. Gaiette. Pleasant Hill, Mo.
Twenty-five cents, for sale by Chas.
Rogers, Astoria, Or, sole agents.
Captain Sweeney, U. 8. A., Ban Diego,
Col., sas: "Shlloh's Catarrh Remedy
Is th first medicine I have vr found
that would do m any good.". Pries,
cents. Sold by J. W. Conn.