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THE DAILY AST01MAX. Sl'NlUY MORNING, OCTOBKR 4, lttilH.
JOHN T. LlOHTrn, Editor.
Telephone No, SJ.
TKKMS OF M'HNCKirilON.
Bent by mall, per yew $4.00
Bent by mall, per month M
Delivered by carrier, per month 43
Bent by mall per your, 12 In advance,
poit a ire free, to auheerlbcra.
All eomnvunlcAtloni Intended for publi
cation ahould be directed to the editor, j
Bunlnen communications of all kin.lt
and remittance must bo addressed to
The Astorlan guarantees to It eun
terlbcrs tlie lanrest circulation of any
lewapaper published on the Columbia
Advertltlrur rates can be had on appli
cation to tha business manager.
The Weekly Astorlan, Ui second oldest
weekly In tha atate of Otva-on, has, best
to tha Portland Oregonlan, the largeat
weekly circulation In tha state.
Jno. F. Handley Co.. are our i-ort-land
agents, and copies of The Astorlan
can be had every morning at their stand.
Ui Third street.
to lift hla mortRaire with ,V1-oent dollar
and how will It double the nolllnir piU-e
of the fanner' product? Mr. Pi-yan's
jwhi are the moat nmnxlns exam
ple of monumental absurdity In the
history of American politic. He has
not made a single utterance on the cur
rency question that will stand the test
AS TO FREK SU.VKK.
The Interview In today's Issue with
Mr. Harder, of the Great Northern
Railway, gives many new and Interest
ing facta concerning the future of traf
fic on the Faclfle Coast, and the part
that the harbor of the Columbia will
play in the changed commercial rela
tion of the United States with the
Orient. When men of Mr. Harder's ex
perienc and observation, from careful
thought and study, give expression to
riews of this nature, the world must
f necessity place credence In them.
There Is every Indication on all sides
that the tide has turned, and de
spite the present hard times, Astoria
is on the eve of a future prosperity
which demands the best judgment of
Its foremost people, unanimity of ac
tion upon every line tending to the gen
eral good, and the hardest work upon
the part of each citlen for the accom-
htle Mr. Hryan Is denouncing trusts
and syndicates, It mUht bo well for him
to sivo some attention to the chaise
that there Is a silver trust or combina
tion which is behind the free sliver ab
lation. Senator Hill, of New York, has
! declared that there Is such a combina
tion and that the whole mltation for
fne silver Is due to It. Mr. pavld A.
Wells, w ho Is competent authority, has
' spccitically asserted In a published le.
I tor that the movement for free silver
!"ls-jho result of a rascally conspiracy
of the silver-mining masnates of the
west and certain politicians hose as
piration are centered In the attainment
of office and spoils." A New York dem
ocratic newspaper has given what pur-
I ports to be an exposure of the opera
tions and the purposes of the silver
j trust, claming that with that glgantlc
syndlcate lies the chief responsibility
for the free silver agitation. Mr. Itry
an say that the demand for frvv sil
ver is not made because silver is pro
duced in this country, but no one will
seriously accept this statement In view
of other declaration which do not fit
There is nothing Incredible In the al
legation that a silver trust exists, or
what amounts to the same thing, that
there Is a well-defined understanding
among millionaire silver mine owners
in furtherance of the scheme to double
the value of their product and their
properties. Nobody will pretend that
SenatiH- Stewart, for Instance, is inca
pable of uniting with other mine owners
to accomplish that purpo- The Ne
vada senator, whose ardor for free sil
ver Is Irrepressible, not only has heavy
investments in American silver mines,
but Also In those of Mexico. He Is
president ami principal stockholder in
the International Minlnc Company,
which owns one of the most valuable
ik rf 1. TCi f. ! 'tNK
Too will flm. mm coupon luttvl ivh t outu h nti twv impon lnMt wh 4 ounc tc. f?
Hut ft ti4. PMkl th hiim. navl w b. to gvi yHtr Urv of A.UU in itrvwnt.
plishment of the great objects in iew. ;
...... The net profits of the company now are
The exposure made by the New York J " l tm IT.tW to is.ihv a week
World, and reproduced In yesterday' '.and if under free coinage silver should
Oregonlan. of the garbled translation
of Bismarck's letter, is a fresh example
t the infamy and dishonorable depths
to which the desperation of their cause
baa driven the Popocratlc campaign
managers. How any decent citizen, no
matter what his views on the money
question, can longer support a candi
date or platform whose representatives
resort to such open and barefaced fraud
to delude Ignorant and weak-minded
voters passes all comprehension. It
is much to the credit of the Intelligence
of Astoria that the lying statements of
certain would-be sealous Bryan advo
cates In this city have turned scores
f votes to McKlnley. There Is every
prospect that Clatsop county will cast
the largest vote In November ever given
for the national Republican ticket in
its history, and not a little of this cred
itable and gratifying showing is due to
the low character and methods of the
men w ho have assumed to run the Bry
an campaign In this locality.
Fraud and forgery and dow nright ly
ing have characterized the silver cam
paign from the outset, and no matter
how often the lies are exposed, they are
persistently repeated, like the fiction of
the "Crime of 1S73." the false statistics
of "Coin." and the bogus quotations,
which the coinage Is apparently free
One of the most popular forgeries is
an alleged extract from the London
Financial News, which originated in
Nebraska, and which the silver papers
continue to print In defiance of the
London paper's assurance that no
such article ever appeared in its col
umns. The Financial News, In its Is
sue of September 14, recurs to the sub
ject and ays:
"In our Issue of August 13 we took
"occasion to refer to the circulation In
"the American newspapers of an artl
"cle entitled 'The Grip of Gold.' pur
"porting to be an extract from the Fi
nancial News of March 10, ISM, and w e
"stated that no such article had ever
"appeared in this Journal. As certain
"American papers continue to reprint
"this article, crediting it to the Finan
cial News, we have again to warn
"our readers and American contetn
"porarfts that it is a forgery, and its
"whole tenor Is entirely opposed to the
"view we have always taken of the ef
"fect of free silver legislation in the
This will not make any difference to
the Bryan organs, but as some honest
readers have been distressed by th-lr
forgeries we think it worth while to I
give this paragraph prominence
advance to an ounce these already
generous profits would be doubled.
There Is no difficulty, therefore, in un
derstanding why Senator Stewart
wants the mints opened to free silver
and the reasons that Induce him to de
sire this are equally operative with" the
other silver mine owners, as a few of
the more candid of them have not hesi
tated to admit.
The matter Is one for the people to
think about Those who are support
ing free silver because they think it will
release them from the power of alleged
gold syndicates should candidly ask
themselves whether they would be like
ly to Improve their condition by sub
jecting themselves to the power of a
silver trust. Will the silver mine own
ers be any more philanthropic or any
more considerate of the interests of the
people than the goldbugs? May It not
be practicable for a combination of the
silver producers to "corner" money as
the gold standard men are said to do?
These are questions that may well be
considered by those who are shouting
In thoughtless enthusiasm for a policy
that by the admission of its foremost
champion would produce panic, the
disastrous consequences of which no
man can foresee.
Men who wish work, men who wish' Chairman Jones, of the popocrailc na
better wages, men who wish profits on ! tional committee, I worried about the
their Industry, are all Interested In the 'State of New York. This I absurd of
tariff, and that Issue, therefore, despite 1 Jones. It I ridiculous to worry. New
all that IVmocratlc dthlgors may do. re-1 York svall right by about Jim.tMO ma-
mains in the hands of the people as J-lty for honest money. New York
one of the most Important to be d
elded at the coming election.
- Mall and Kxpres.
How the human system ever recov
ers from the bad effects of the nause
ous medicines often literally poured
Into It for the supposltlve relief of dys
pepsia, liver complaint, constipation,
rheumatism and other ailments, is a
mystery. The mischief done by bad
medicine Is scarcely less than that
caused by disease. If they who are
weak, bilious, dyspeptic, constipated or
rheumatic, would oftener be guided by
the experience of Invalids who have
thoroughly tested Hostetter's Stomach
Hitters, they would in every instance
obtain the speediest aid derivable from
rational medication. This medicine is
a searching and at the same time a
thoroughly safe remedy, derive! from
vegetable s urces. and possessing, in
consequence of Its basis of pure spirits,
properties as a medicinal stimulant
not to be found In the fiery local bit
ters and stimulants often resorted, to
by the debilitated, dyspeptic and languid.
TO CI RK A 1'OI.U IN Hi: IMV.
Take laxative Itromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. :So. For sale by Chas.
When the people know that distrust,
panic ami Industrial disturbance bocun
with the election of a free trade con
grvss and a free trade president. It Is
imixisslble for lom,vratic orators to
get them to believe that free trade had
nothing to do with It.
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tlirouk'h Texas like a cvel
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for the most part knocking over I'eino
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If those European dukes and counts
who teleirrapheil congratulations to
Br"an were really sincere in the belief
that free silver coinage w ould be bene
ficial to the country' that undertook It
they would try It at home and get the
benefit for their own people.
Chcnlc constipation Is a painful, dis
agreeable and llfe-shortenlnf difficulty.
It derange the system, causes sick
headache, bad breath, and poison the
blood. It cat) be readily overcome by
De Witt's Little Karly Klsers. These
little pills are great regulators. Charles
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CURE FOR HEADACHE.
"What was that fine sentiment
Rryan got off the other day?"
"He said we must not drop the txiugh
As a remedy for all fo'rms of Headache. th"rn u'M'n the c"rn!1 ,,f lttl,"r "
Eiectrlc Bitters has proved to be the very i chll'aK H-ord.
best. It affects a permanent cure and I
the most dreaded habitual sick head- I
How much business can a man do
whose system is In a state of disorder?
Headache is only a symptom. It Is not
a disease. The pain in the head is the
sign of rebellion. There have b-.'en
mistakes In diet and other abuses.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pel
lets are a pleasant, effective renovator
and invigoratnr of the stomach, liver
and bowels. They assist nature with
out threatening to tear the body piece
meal. There are no gTiplng pains, no
nausea. One is a laxative.
A book of 10)8 pages, profusely Illus
trated, written by Dr. R. V. Pierce,
called the "People's Common Sense
Medical Adviser," will be sent free for
21 one-cent stamps to cover cost of
mailing only. The World's Dispens
ary Medical Association, Xo. 63 Main
Street, Buffalo, X. Y.
The worklnKmen of this country w ill
never vote fur a man who seeks the
presidency by trying to array one sec
tion against another, or one cla.. of
citizens against another. They, like all
patriots, are in favor of a president
who will art for the welfare of the
whole country' and of all the people.
aches yield to Its influence. We urge all
who are afflicted to procure a bottle,
and give this remedy a fair trial. In
cases of habitual constipation Electric
Bitters cures by giving the needed tone
to the bowels, and few cases long resist
the use of this medicine. Try It once.
Fifty cents, and H.00 at Chas. Rogers'
Major McKlnley was right. We do
not want to repeat this agitation every
four years. The way to prevent It from
rei.eatlnr itself is to vote It under by
an overwhelming majority. Iowa lieg-
t'ntil the Wilson bill, of which Mr.
Bryan was as earnest and eloquent an
advocate as he has since been of free
silver, scared the country into a panic
the workmen got the hlKhest wages
They ate so little you hardly know
y.u are taking tbem. They cause no
griping, yet they act quickly and most
thoroughly. Such nre the famous little
Pills known as De Witt's Little Karly
tne worm nau ever known and he got Itisers. Small In sUe, great In results.
them regularly on a gold basis. Just as Charles lingers.
he will get them again if McKlnley s
elected. Philadelphia Inquirer.
THIJ DISCOVERY 8AVED HIS LIFE.
Mr. O. Calllouette, Druggist, Beavers
vllle, III., says: "To Dr. King's New Dis
covery I owe my life Was taken with
La Grippe and tried all the physicians
for miles about, but of no avail and was
given up and told I could not live. Hav
ing Dr. King's Xew Discovery In my
store I sent for a bottle and be
gan Its use and from the first dose 1
began to get bettei, ind after using three '
bottles was up ai.o about again. It Is '
worth its weight In gold. We won't '
keep store or house without it." Oct a
free trial at Chas. Rogers' Drug Store.
Why die not some popocrat or sip
ullst declare that when free silver coin
age comes the people or the govern
ment shall have a part nf tl.e profits of
such colnnge? Indianapolis Journal.
Many lives of usefulness have been
cut short by neglect to break up an
ordinary cold. Pneumonia, bronchitis,
and even consumption can be averted
by the prompt use of One Minute Cough
Cure. ('Iiarle.s lingers.
is no third t.-rm dnnger con
wlth -Mr. Hi van. He has already
1 a second term, and the people
Unit In- does not k'et the first.
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HnMp Hntli. n Mailt.
CACK Tow k
ilr aliln purhrldsi-
C OMIMHII, ('RVI..IN-
1-llr ship t'Uy f iladdtiiittim
Br Mr. Ihwan Hill I
llr hark Procyon
Hr ihtn Oreallat ....
H AMill ,1-
aiii .eh. Miner I ottla
Hr hlp 1'i.itallocb.
Br hark A.t.irla I
nr .bin .MiiaiiiiM!
Br ihiii Ilmeliby Hall
Itr hip furt Jaekvon
A'n ,.'hr farrier Pove
santa Kigali -
Br .hlD Vortlgrrn
HA II I k
Hr lil I'mrlncet
Hr bark Javal
SA Mi is
Hr .bin l ambrlan Prince. a
T 41. T lb
Mr ship Pantliealleal
Hr lllp Arctic Stream!
br ship Yallorl
Hr bark Kollo
"'" f rowa.t ..
Meyer. V. A i n
liallmir, UilUirle A fit
. Tajtitart lk ul ,
. Iiallue Hum iihai
. Kol.rrU.iu II" lidAl
. Sprouts lb aa
, . . . lia iiu.M
Half.. nr. llnllnif I'u
furtiand riuur Mill
. I'aylor, You ig A fo...
Slbaou A Kerr ..
. ins hai
.... V PWAI
M.'li.inal.l IA liOAl
. McIihI ,
J K f anierou A f o
I.TVllUAl I 1 SI
. IV.ti ilAI
.. IWA IIUAI
Hallniir Uutlirla A f o
Ja. Ul.llaa A f ii
.... S. Hklkl
sltnp.nu I.MnilNr fe i
lla'f.mr, i.utlirta A t;
.l.ltidvall Am Trading I i...
, l)avle 2 MM boll
Jiinei 'ircki niOAl ...
Frelwu.t l IlkiAl .,
jli.uet . I'al ICIIAl
'H.iwen ..t InOAl
. lino 100 A I
Aug It, paaaed Anjer. i June Mh, 'JN, a W. Into 1(1.. de Janeiro
Jan .11, pa I I'mliau'ii Jan ."J. .".'N, llHV prior lo July 4. will have lo .llaeharge palt
Mar HI, HIS, CiW; .lime J, TN MV ol ram... Aug. 4. a.ild 'JIMJ ti.lia uf rarun:
June . p.. . d l.irar.l no inle, In Hay ol I lailc.l airaln Anil. W.
Iiu. n) Jiina bi. l'. N. 16 W
TOTAL ON TH IC WAY.
Bombay . ...
M Mitevl'leo .
II, i In.
...,4 ."kl Newi a.lle, NSW 3 Itm
....l.'ill. Kin de Jeuerii .!.
.I.irr'l Htuirap.ire I 7m
.. I.b'g :
..2. i.e.' I
, I ,.1'ifi i
Talila II .y .,vij
Maine time latrt 7t.:i.(l
Same lliiie laul k.;il
0. R & N.
It is hardly probable that the Ameri
can people are paying t-nuutth attention
Just now to Mr. Bryan's r'-ar platform
speeches to note all the glaring absurdi
ties and Inconsistencies which they con
tain. Having entirely abandoned the
discussion of the fre? coinage question,
and having persistently declined to
state his position on the tariff, it can
hardly be expected that the American
people will continue to manifest fur
ther interest in his utterances. Some
of his recent speeches, however, present
absurdities that are an Interesting Il
lustration of the grotesque extremes of
Inconsistency to which an Illogical mind
can go. On one occasion he declared
that free silver would benefit manufac
turers because they could go into the'
market and buy silver with which to
pay laborers, and thus get labor as
cheap as the foreign manufacturer can
jet it. On another occasion he promis
ed that the debtor could go into the
siarket and buy silver and have It coin
ed and thus lift his mortgage for 50
per cent less than It requires on the
gold basis. On several other occasions
he has made the statement that free
coinage would bring the price of silver
up from 65 cents to J1.29 an ounce,
bringing it up to par with gold at the
ratio of 16 to 1. If Mr. Bryan's election
Is to bring the price of silver up to J1.29,
how will It enable the mortgaged debtor
The Cbeaprv, Purest
nd fit rair,:;y Medi
cine in the woritl !
An KFFi f tl'al Si'Fcipic
f-jrall disease A the
Kegu!ate the Liver
nti prevent Chills
4NU r KVFK, MAI.Aft
.ii'i f EVKKS, 'nV,h:L
'-l.v. JaLMjU-K AND
Nothing i o i:n; erisiint. n'ithin to common, w
owi bre:iih; and 1:1 i.:jriy every cK it comet Uult
me st -iiiach, and tan .1 o easily '.orrccted if you wil
:alce :mm"Ss I.ivi v. Ki '.i'I-atob l' not neglect v
mre a remeay f r tl.ii repuirtvc diwrd-r. It will als
jn prove yuui appetite, i-'-iiipiexion aad general health
How many uffrr t'.rture day af:er day, malting life
I burden and rbini; t.x:atcn e tA a!! pleasure, owing
:o the secret stilfenn' frim l'ile. Yet relief ii ready
to the hand A a.rivt if.y one who will use yt em au
rally the remedy that hx terrn:inently ured thou
lands, SnutwNS l.ivn kEM i.atk i no draauc
violent purge, but a g?n:le akistant to nature.
SHOULD n-,t be r-srded U
a trifling ailment m fart na'ure
demamlk the litmost reytilarity of
the bywels, and any deviation
from this demand j aves the way
often to ieriotn fi tner. It ii
quite as neces'-.try to rrm'.ve
impure a'T'iiMiiaTions fr .m the
bjwe, as it in to eat or .ie-p, and
no h-i it h can le eitpec'ed where
'.'St:ve hajl ol b' ;y previa..
6ICK HMADACIf KI
Thii di'.'rev.ing affliction ' curt moit
J ne diviirbance "f the jtoni:i'h, arising
imperteuly digested Contents, .;tii'e a tevere pain in
the bead, accompanied with disarwiabie nautea, and
this constitutet what it populrtriy known u Suk
Headache, (or the relief of wh-ch takb Simmuxs
Livek Kegulaioh fjR Mnuicrr e.
HANt'FACTI KZU ONLY BY
J. IL ZEILIX ft CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
Tom Watson ia
made a sperh in
day without one
wall. P'-rhaps th'
n-porttMl to have
X braska the other
rrifntlonlj.n Mr. St.- '
I'hilHl-Iphia !.. I K"r.
Mrs. I.. l. I'utti.ri. Itorkfurt!
writt-H: "Krom personal xfrl'nc; I
can t--f r::n:-:j( I ,. Witt's Sarsapanllu,
r Irnj.ur.- bi-M .1 and K-n.:iul -It-Charh-H
h'ip3 that the p'-ople will fr-t who;
Mr. Hewall (h if he refrains fnun saying
anything ahout him.-.-w York Press, j om of th- !ryan s-p-.k-rM at I.ouls
vlM ctil't:fzf. Us f'afi'tt'littr :ih th
'K,nat-sl .'inai' hi-t ih vcr live I '
Su h f-anl'ir v, i!!
BL'CKLKN'S AHXICA .SALVE.
have tn hi- (lir'our-
nwl.- l!"Hton Journal.
(T from the
The best salve In the world for cuts, i
bruits, sors, ulcers.salt rheum, fever i
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, A hn,.k ro.jh h not o7y arm
coins, and all skin eruptions, and pn8-;t(, t,,. htlt ,H ();inir,rnlls lo
iut? uuie tor itiii'u, ur no pay re4Uiru. wn,, j)JIS
It Is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction, or money rnfunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Charlei
PaOers, Odd Fellows' building.
ni ti tn a ri"n-to!onnni
r-n i,,r ittiiinrrtta4t,
t-l't. Hpr mat nr r Itira,
W iiltt i, u n n it t ii r t I iUm-i-UnnfM,
nt any imlnmitu
tl-tn, irriutixii or uIota
Vmu 4T(ifii4S4iioe. linn i-f in u c n ti imm
Hold by HruKfUU,
or vnt In plKiti wrapper,
i'7 I I' 1 1-tttt ll. fur
II l, . r 3 iMitllii, f.' 7,'..
t'lrruli.r wii' on ri'iut.
g tm to" 4j Vl
w (infnt4.l H
fill'? lll (ljily
As th- 'arniniis from
y-ar (jr'i.j'ition to scaltr
jiow'f.-r of thi rnoni-y in
wanes in thin !
17.200,000,'KjO a j
the purchasini; j
whlrh they are I
If thf Irulh r-uiyt d,. t,,,, senator
TcIIit'h pi'ilictlon of ISrynn'n siiich
has a v-ry ii'nlllili. h'jy-in-ihi.-k;ravc-yunl
Houn'l.-Si ranton Trilium-.
Iai'l Involvs conn'iu.n'.- of vita.1 Im
portant? to thow; who work for wages.
Many political speakers, clergymen,
sini,"-rs. ami others who ime the voice
excessively, rely upon upon fine Minute
Counh Cure to prevent husklness and
laryncltiH. Its value as a preventive Is
only equalled by its power to afford In
stantaneous relief. Charles Koi?ers.
Tetter, ecz'-ma, and all Hlmllar gkln
trould's are cured by the use of De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It soothes
at once, and restores the tlnsues to
their natural condition, and never falls
to cure piles. Charles Holers.
The railroads rea;hlni? Canton, Ohio,
will pay dividends this year. Chicago
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tin f 19-limlli
So far nothing has happened to make
youni? Sewall regret his refusal to wal
low in the same puddle with the uld
man. Kansas f.'lUy Journal.
i Witt's Witch Hazel Halve lan an
tiseptic, soothlm? and h-allnir applica
tion for burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, etc.,
and cures plies like nmi;ic. It Instantly
stops pain. Charles lingers.
Sound money converts mil"! be nought
amoriK reasonable pwiple.
Speed and sfety nre the watchwords
of the Btfe. f)ne Minute CoiiKh Cure
ac-ti; upeedlly, safely, and never falls.
Asthma, bronchitis, coughs and colds
are cured by It. Charles Rogers.
A complete atork of lumbar on hind
In the ruuich or dressed. Flooring, ma
lic, celllnir, and all klnila of llnlah;
tnouliilnK" nil shlnglen', alao bracket
work done to order. Terms reasonable
an.l prices at bedrock. All order
promptly attended lo. Office and yard
t mill. II. V. L. LfXlAN, I'rop'r.
to its Job
Are You Going East?
ht aura and that your ticket
Pnilrkm, p I nr'l.k lllaaiaa Rraa.
Iniij t i. r 'k,rhfter m Funlfh lut ,
IKmff ftr.,rl , t i d f)1 ti,U IlirUllloS
IN.! itP .i Mm, ,io rjMmaj. Tnk
no olbrr. ltfittatnirou mhttitw
I tom unit ifMi'Unin. Ai IruRilni. erwtnttsu
In lsrii. f'.t .artf ulari, f ailinonUli knt.
" ictih-r Tnr l.a'tlf," m ittr. bf rtmrm
Mail, t.it,u 1 tiiiiontil A.ina tyw
lf-kk4.l.P iai.tnli.aa I t'.n.. tl.ntl.fla. lia....
kM4 t til iaMaVa UlUUMU. I'illJjUUta. 1'
Tola la tha .
GREAT SHORT LINE
And all Points East and
Their Mornlflcent Track, Peerleaa Va
tlbuled Dining and Blueplng Car
Tralna anal Motto:
"ALWAYS ON TIME "
Have Riven tnia road a national reputa
tion. All claMea of paaaenmri carried
on the vastlbuled tralna without extra
chance. Bhlp your freight and travel
over thla famoua Una. All agenla hava
W. H. MEAD, F. C. BAV-Ore.
(Jen. Agent. Trav. F. and P. Aa-t.
348 Washington at., I'ortland, Or.
mvicH rnoicB of.
Via Spokane and St. Paal
Via Ogdtn, Denver and
Omaha or St. Paal
Pullman anil Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining Chair Cars
Astoria to San Francisco.
Kittle uf t'al. Hntuntay, Bepl. I.
t'ultiiiibla. Tliurailny, Hepl. 10.
Btulv nf t'al. Tu. a.lay, Brpl. 15.
t'lilumbla, Hun. lay. Hrpt. :0.
Slate nf Tal. Krlilay, Bil. :J.
Coltiinbla, Wnln. ailny. Kept. 30.
Htutn of t'al., Munilay, (let, 6.
Columbia, Saturday, Oct. 10.
Astoria and Portland Steamers.
T. J. I'OTTRH.
t-avn Aatorla Tucaitnya, Tliura.taya
ami Hnturilaya at 8 a. in. I,ive I'ort
liind Moinliiya. Wr.lnra.laya, and Frl
iluya at 7 ik. in.
I.eavra Aatorla Tiia.Iaya, Tliuradaya
and Hittiinlaya at 7 p. in. I.i-ave I'ort
land Mim.luya, Wedneatlaya, Krldaya
iin.l Kumlaya at H p. in.
It. It. TIIOMrSoN.
I.i4kvea Aatorla Mon.liiya, We.lnea
ilnya. Friday and Hundnya at 7 p. m.
U-avca 1'i.rtlftinl Tuca.lnyi and Tluira-
.liiya at 8 p. in., and Biilunluya at 11
Leave Aetntia Mnndaya, WnlniHidaya
and FrMnya at 8 a. in. I,i-ave Portland
TiicHiliiya, Thiiratlaya iin.l Hiilur.lu) a at
7 a. m.
For ratea and general Information call
on or addreaa
O. W. LOIINHIIKItltT. ,
Oen. I'aa. At., Portland, Or.
Prcalilent and MnmiKOr.
WHITE COLLAR LINE
mEPHOHE AID LUILEY GATZEBT
Astoria and Portland
Ti.i.phoni- li'iivi-a Aatorlu Mniuluy,
U'l'ilmailiiy an. I Friday iiioiiiIiik at I
ii. m. I.i iivoh Portland Tui'Mday, Thum.
day ii nd Hattiriluy ut 7 n. m.
Hullry (iaurrt leavea Aatorlu Wed
noHilay, Friday and Hiimluy nlKlit at
7 p. m. Li-avna Portlnnil Tui-mluy,
Tliurmlay and Hut unlay rilnhtn at 8 p.
O, It, and N. Co.'a Mti-ami-rn T. J,
Poltirr runa alternate days with Tele
phone, and 11. H. Thompaon runa al
turnato ilaya with Ilallry Ontzi-rt.
Tlrkots kikxI on nil boat.
V. II. HCOTT, Prealdont
E. A. Swley, AKi'iit, Portland.
C. V. Btone, AK-nt, Aatorla,
Telephone No. 11.
WHEN IN PORTLAND-Call on Jno.
F. Handley Co., 124 Third itreet, and
get the Dally Aatorlan. Vlaltora need
not mlaa their morning paper while there.
Fun-MAN. late nf Freeman ft Helmet.
T. E4RI.I, lata nl Stockton, Cal.
COlUilA U .WORKS
and Holler Maker
MnuC" Kinds of Iflaehlnery
Iron and Brain- Caatlnp;
Ooneral Butckemltb, Work '
SPECIALTIES - Welch Patent '.Wheel. Ship
Smithing and Steamboat Work. Cannery and
Mill Machinery. Marine and Stationary Boll
art Built to Order,
Specially equipped for loggert' WOrk
1 8th and Franklin. Phone 78