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THE DAILY ASTOKIAN, THURSDAY MORNING, NOV KM. .Ell 12, 1890.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
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Th Weekly Aatorlan, the second oldest
weekly In the Mat of Oregon, ha, text
to the Portland. Oregonlan, th largost
weekly circulation In th state.
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hind agenta, and cople of The Atorlaa
an be had every morning at their stand,
Ot Third street
The Aainrian" hereby offer to donate
! Hl'MRKD DOLLAKS t 8U Mary's
oapltal, payahl on demand to Father
Melasea, whenever legal evidence is praj
laced showing that aay afteraoea Met
paper published la Astoria has printed
within the last ninety days expiring be
fore this offer a single "specler or
tBr kind f "telegraphle pmm report,'
iveeleed ever the wire entering either
r the telegraph oflle In Astoria, trans
amy point ontside nf Oregon.
Astoria, Or., October IS. 1S.
What baa become of the Toung's riv
r bridge to connect with the Lewis
and Clarke road?
The procession of deep sea vessels
sailing into this port yesterday was a
convincing argument as to the accessi
bility and safety of the port of Astoria.
Comment made yesterday on the
brilliant display Tuesday nlsht by As
torians ratifying McKinley's election,
showed that our Portland friends fully
appreciated the support Multnomah re
ceived from Clatsop county.
That Uncle Sam's officials appreciate
the Importance of the Columbia river
harbor is shown by the fact that Gen.
Miles, commander of the United States
army, has Included in his estimates the
expending of $564.32$ for coast defense
at the mouth of the Columbia.
It cannot be that Astori&ns are going
to drop the question of a central mar
ket for the benefit of the farmers. No
other one thing can so" cement the
relatitons between city and country as
a central market. Next to good roads
this Is the most Important matter that
has been broached In the city for many
OUR OCEAN TRADE.
It Is the common impression that the
decline of our American merchant ma
rine dates from the time of the Rebel
lion, when the Alabama and other Con
federate cruisers captured and destroy
ed numerous vessels, with their cargoes,
forced the owners of many others to
seek a foreign register, and s. Increased
the risk of shipment in vessels not
transferred to a foreign flag, and the
cost of Insurance, that the ocean car
rying trade, In which we once led the
world, was rapidly absorbed by other j
nations, and our own share therein re
duced to comparatively insignificant
In point of fact, however, as shown
hy Seaboard, a journal devoted to
American shipping Interests, the de
cline in our ocean commerce began at a
much earlier date. As shown by that
For thirty-six years after the act pro
hibiting the registry of foreign built
shfpa was passed American ships car
ried 90 per cent of our foreign com
merce, because the discriminating du
ties act, which gave protection to Amer
ican ships, was in force all that tln.t.
When the discriminating duties act
was repealed in 1828, American ships
were carrying Of per cent of our for
eign commerce, since which time they
have been gradually losing their pro
portion, until today but 11 per cent is
earriftd In American vessels. When the
discriminating duties act was repealed,
sixty-eight years ago, free trade in the
carriage of American commerce was
substituted, and has until this day
been continuously In force.
Had the law of 18!2, under the benefi
cent operation of which our shipping in
terests grew until our sails whitened
every sea, and we were rapidly achiev
ing the commercial dominion of the
ocean, which has since fallen to Great
Britain, been in force at the close of
the Rebellion, there is no question but
that our carrying trade would have re
vived at once. Ships which had sought
a foreign ownership would have been
re-transferr?d and our shipyards and
docks would again have become the
scenes of endless activity. But ship
builders and owners had now to face
not only the vast changes brought in
by the now demonstrated superiority of
Iron ships, for the construction of
which they were Ill-prepared in com
parison with England; they had not
only to adapt their operations to the
construction of steam vessels Instead
of the sailing craft which had, up to a
short time before the war, absorbed ail
their attention; but they had to face
the frowns of adverse legislation,
which denied them any protection
against the vastly superior advantages
And mighty wealth of England and oth
er countries and gave to foreign vessels
equal opportunities in American ports
with our own. Further, while foreign
governments wer encouraging the
growth of their merchant fleets with
bounties and subsidies, all such encour
agement was withheld from our own
shipowners. What wonder that, left
to contend, without aid, against over
whelming odds, they gradually trans
ferred their energies to other fields; so
that the former greatness of our mer
chant marine has gradually become
little more than a memory.
In the present drooping and congest
ed state of our Inland Industries our
country needs more than ever a re
opening lo our people of the ocean field.
Free trade having pracllcally shut us
out of that Held, the Republican plat
form prHWs, by a system of discrim
inating duties In favor of American
bottom, to attempt It restoration.
This restoration, though overshadowed
by the silver question, was one of the
Issues of the recent campaign. It Is a
matter of vital Importance, not only to
our seaboard interests, but to the whole
land. The merchant marine must be
depended upon to supply sailors to our
cruisers In case of war. The proportion
of fiitvltiner in our navy Is far too
Urge. The money now paid to foreign
carriers counts up to hundred of mil
lions of dollars, which we nerd to retain
nt homo, and w hich would gie employ
ment to thousands of our own people.
A STRIKING OIUKCT I.KSSON.
For a month or more before the elec
tion there were withdrawals of goW
j from the subtreastirles for the purple
of hoarding. On November id the sub
treasury in New York paid out gold for
creenbacks to the amount of M.JMJOAO,
most of the withdrawals being for
small sums. This ohowed the anxiety
und annrehenslon of the peon' who
knew that srold would co to a premium
If the sound money cause were defeated
and who were therefore dtroHs of
nossesslnc themselvs of a much of
the yellow metal as they could In ex
change for Wal tender note.
Now the situation Is reversed, and
the people who withdrew gold are
anxious to return It for note. They
prefer the latter as being more con
venient and knowing that they will
continue to be as good as gold In their
purchasing power and for th purpose
of domestic business, they are so eager
to get the paper money that the sub-
trpssnrr was compelled to put a re
striction on the demand. lot It should
be suddenly drained of small bills. Not
onlv this, but the banks are beginning
to pay out cold when asked for It and
there Is no reason whv this should not
very soon become general, as It prob-
We commend this to the sober consid
eration of the free silver advocates and
nsk them wheiiiet It Is not perfectly
plain that the success of that cause
would have depleted the treasury of
old. driven that mr.iey Into hiding.
thereby causing a great contraction of
the currency, and produced a disastrous
financial disturbance? Here we have
a practical Illustration of the danger
that free silver threatened which any
one of ordinary Intelligence can under
stand. If the Chicago ticket had been
successful we should now have flnan
rial chaos, with everybody who pos
sessed a greenback or treasury note
clamoring to exchange It for gold. As
It Is there Is confidence and everybody
who has a dollar, whether of silver or
pap?r. knows It will be as sound a
month hence or a year hence as It ts
now. The object lesson should Impress
Itself upon every man whose mind Is
not still clouded by the free silver delu
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TO CCRE A COLD IN ONE DAT,
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if It
falls to cure. 25c For sale by Chas.
The hold that the bicycle has on the
populace Is shown by the fact that It
appears In all sorts of show windows,
from butcher shops to Jewelry establishments.
Many political speakers, clergymen,
singers, and others who use the voice
excessively, rely upon upon One Minute
Cough Cure to prevent husklness and
laryngitis. Its value as a preventive Is
only equalled by Its power to afford ln
stantaneous relief. Charles Rogers.
You may have " money to
bum," but even so, you needn't
throw it away. For JO cents you !
get almost twice as much "Battle 1
Ax" as you do of other high grades 1
for the same money
Satan "What did you say his name
Imp "He say he's a newspaper
writer named 'Veritas.' "
Satan Good. Pujh him Into the hnt
room with Vox Popull, Pro Bono Pub
lico, Ventor. Justltia and the other In
curables." New York Commercial Advertiser.
Centuries ago, people used to fear
what they called the pestilence. "Dlack
Death" was the most terrible thing In
the world to them. They feared It as
people now fear the Cholera and Tel
low Fever. And yet there Is a thing
that causes more misery and more
deaths than any of these . It Is so com
mon that nine-tenths of all the sick
ness in the world Is traceabl to it. It
is merely that simple, common thing-
constipation. It makes people listless.
causes dlixlnees, headaches, loss of ap
petite, loss of sleep, foul breath and
distress after eating. The little help
needed Is furnished by Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets. One pill Is a gentle
laxative and two a mild cathartic. Once
used, always In favor. If you are care-
ess enough to let an unscrupulous
druggist sell you something on which
he makes more money. It Is your own
fault if you do not get well. Be sure
and get Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.
Send 21 cents in 1-cent stamps to
World's Dispensary Medical Associa
tion, Buffalo, N. Y., and receive Dr.
Pierce's 1008-page "Common Sense
Medical Adviser," profusely Illustrated.
A well-known slelety woman cleans
her light gloves In the following way:
She procures a box or Jar that I air
tight and places In it some lump am
monia; t.hen she suspends the soiled
gloves from the rover and closes rhe
box. In three or four days when the
gloves are removed they are usually
perfectly clean, not a spot remaining
CURE FOR HEADACHE.
A a remedy for all form ot Headache.
Electrto Bitter ha proved to b th very
boat. It affects a permanent cure and
th most dreaded habitual slek head'
ache yield to Its Influence. W urg all
who ar afflicted to procur a bottle,
and giv this remedy a fair trial. In
case of habitual constipation Electric
Bitters cures by giving th needed tone
to the bowel, and few cases long resist
the ua of this medicine. Try It once.
Fifty cents, and 11. 00 at Chas. Rogers'
Many a man who is quite willing to
pay any bills his wife may run up, will
not allow her enough spending money
for her to be lavish even with her car
They are so little you hardly know
you are taking them. They cause no
griping, yet they act quickly and most
thoroughly. Such are the famous little
pills known as De Witt's Little Early
Risers. Small in size, great In results.
The tall woman Is evidently the fad
of the hour, and If nature has not fa
vored her in this respect, the milliner
and boot-maker help her out.
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. Charles Rogers.
The bachelor woman is all right until
she falls in love with the bachelor man,
when she is not so arrogantly fin de
Tetter, eczema, and all similar skin
troubles are cured by the use of De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It soothes
at once, and restores the tissues to
their natural condition, and never falls
to cure piles. Charles Rogers.
Jack Rapid (behind the scenes)
"Why, what a rare coin. Stamped with
the old Roman effigy, too."
Rival Chorus Girl "She got It from
Julius Caesar as a birthday gift."
ONCE MORE In harmony
with the world, 2000
completely enred meu uru
singing nappy pralxes lor
me greauinl, grand
est and moat suc
cessful core for sex-
iial weakness uu'l
out rigor known to
medical science. An
derful ditcovrry, in
book form, with ref
erence and proofs,
will he sent to mif-
ferlng men (sealed) free. Full manly vlnor
permanently restored. Failure impossible
ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO.H.Y,
"What," said the commander, anx
iously, "la that brisk firing off to the
"We are not yet definitely Informed,"
replied the aide-de-camp, "whether It
is a general engagement or a police
man shooting at a mad dog."
With the fate of nations in the bal
ance the uncertainty was awful. De
THE DISCOVERT SAVED HIS LIFE.
Mr. O. Calllouette, Druggist, Beavers
ville. 111., say: "To Dr. King's New Dis
covery I owe my life Was taken with
La Grippe and tried all the physician
for mile about, but of no avail and wa
given up and told I could not live. Hav
ing Dr. King's New Discovery In niy
store I sent for a bottle and be
gan Its use and from the first dose
began to get bettei, md after using three
bottles was up ai.a about again. It Is
worth Its weight In gold. We won't
keep store or house without it." Get a
free trial at Chas. Rogers' Drug Store.
One of our builders was asked the
other day if that empty house of his
Just erected on Wlnooskl avenue was
"Yes," he said, "my last, but not
leased." Hirli'more Sun.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve In the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers.salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and pos
itive cure for piles, or no pay required.
It Is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction, or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. , For sale by Charles
Rogers, Odd Fellows' building.
First Tramp "Some folks Is
lucky. Remember Bill Soakes?"
Second Tramp "Yep." ,
First Tramp "He got Into Swelper's
brewery the other night and was
drowned In a beer vat." New York
For Infants and Children.
Woodman "They tell me that you
never get genuine victuals on the stage
thit it Is always Imitation food that
Storms, the actor "Well, not always.
We often get real eggs." Yorkers
Economy Is something that everybody
tries to practice, and yet Just a little
oversight will sometimes rob the most
frugal and thrifty family of a year's
savings. You want to do as J. P. Hick
man, of Montlcello, Ua., did. He
writea "For six years I have kept Sim
mons Liver Regulator In my house, and
used In my family, and have had no
need for a doctor. I have Ave as heal
thy children as you can find."
They claim to have an orang-outang
out in San Francisco that wears
clothes and rides a bicycle, but the only
Interesting point in the story Is omit
ted. It doesn't tell what wheel he ride.
ROYAL Baking Powder
has been awarded highest
honors at every world's fair
"Why under the sun does Whlmperly
want a divorce. Ills wife had a great
dual of money whet, he married her."
"And sh; h ts It yet. That Is the
whole trouble." Detroit Free Press.
Teddy brought a green caterpillar in
from the garden the other day, anl
showing it to his mother, he ex-
clalnv-d: "I've got a big worm, mam
ma, but he ain't ripe yet." Harper's
OUTWARD HOUND 0RKG0N GRAIN FLEIflMSOrrG.
Mrs. L. H. Patton, Rockford, III.,
writes: "From personal experience I
can recommend De Witt's Sarsaparllla,
a cure for impure blood and general de
bility." Charles Rogers.
The type of woman who bothers shop
clerks and buys little or nothing Is
known as a counter irritant. Baltimore
Chonlc constipation Is a painful, dis
agreeable and life-shortening difficulty.
It deranges the system, causes sick
headache, bad breath, and poisons the
blood. It can be readily overcome by
De Witt's Little Early Risers. These
little pills are great regulators. Charles
The Individual troubled with Insom
nia need not give herself airs because
Hlte rises earlier than her luzy sister.
A hacking cough is not only annoying
to others, but Is dangerous to the per
son who has It. One Minute Cough
Cure will quickly put an end to it.
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value si-.Ud. l.-.Mia liMa tlour. vain :o Uaj, M-l ,T A bblt It.air, vaiua .U,ouo. N -IVtn lii, Hour, value IIJ.UH. l-AIi t,W libit Hmir,
value I4.i. r-ho 11.170 rll. bailey, vain. IU.ixHI, g vlao 74.U libii pour, vlua Wa.iO) K-IA.IUA bbl flour, valus lll.iwi -IV,ail bbls
tlour valor tvvait, aini inai cila brau. f-Alao II Ions bran, value IllOO, and to Ml raw a .almoa. I -Alto ,t,iUI bblt tlimr, val tn.iU). V Also
-1.7m 1.1, l lio .r, va'ue i..J. . .
0a THE WAY TO OltEGON.
PORT SAIttD rOM AND HAMS.
Hhip Henry Vlllsrd
Hrtiark HljhUn.l Forsall..
Br bark liai-ea I
Mr alilp Krltanc
NKWCASTLK, N.g. W.
Br bark Canilitlal . ...
Hrah.oClly of Vadras) ...
Br bark Snowilou I., .
KIO l'K JANK1 KO-
Br lilp kale Th.onaal-
llr slilp I'euswern l
Br ili In Koyal Uere
nr oars uienaiion m
Br bark Ilea
Nor bark Maltland
Br aieamer Aalsllc Prlnre!
Ur ahln Oreallal...
Ur bark lleeawlllKl
Hraliln liovenliV llalL .
llrihlu Port Jarkion
Am ii lir Carrier Dor..
SANTA HOSAI.I -
Br thlD nrtlaern
Br ahlo rrovlucet .
lii r bark Miuiclalenet
Hr ahtD Cambrian I'rliireti
Kwe1 Ship Udy Llnal
Hr ahln Yallori
Hr sh p Kncktiimt. ....
Hr ba.k Zlnllal
lir bark Kenyon..
CAPTAIM. ITS! KATS.
Pbiisd 1471 MAIl Sullon A Brsbs As
sicoii 6 aai rrrrm m
Robinson W 1 1 A I Mirer. VY. A Co I B
Kee , 1444 ion M it
airtmihs........ 1177 IIBAI
............ ......... 1044 100 A I ...,.......i...
. ... rmnmas .. . i.isrr iooai .
U,a Iri lOoAl M
Taarl ,I4M ma 'BalK.ur. (InllirU A Co, lu
.naiiu . I1WIUUAI Portland Flour Mills' mi
1 .' ,lMl,0OAI 1 w
Kolierlaou US luuAl ,,-,' .
Aaderson .. . llll IO0AI
'rltusri. rTMtauAl KM
ids. I ,J ramrtwCa.... It
.. Wlrkham IIWM iuuaI j ..... 4
Jund tall ttt' Am. Trdlu Co . J ... .
Davlet ....!! 10U A 1 ...........,....
. Jonet . lnM llltAl ........... .,
. Hhnemakrr 'lI IOOAI a
... Ion -ilMO I0OAI
- IAWiIMIAI . .
...... . . .Thomas ! ir I00AI I K CainPn A C....
Koai-b IW loOAl ...
I - 117 I00AI
IMeyer, Wilson A Co..'
RKFBHItNCICa t Iron
Total toonage on Hi way II.7M. Hani tlm I i lV-A6,All. gain time la IWI-AVIaJ,
y an, am
11 v f
jn rUnn nl a (sUtifiUsl ! rimrti nhvatrlntn tnalil Mnii.arl
ThM sraaat Vtaiatahbi
' VlbaJlawr.LIiaar,, rli.
tlonol a (anioua rancb pliyidrtan, will quickly mrsyiainf all nrr.
Joos or dlaraaea nf tb (euerauvs orraiii. iiirb aa oal Manh'aal,
Inanmnls, l'aluslnlhall,ick,Bnilhal i.iulail,,ia, Nrrvmia peliUlly,
Plmplra, Vnaintas to Marry, Klliaiaulns pralnt, Vaneneale a,i
CniiillnaUnn. Ilslnpa all banea byilay nr nlslii I'raevanu una k.
Dr M HI diarharia. w lilrb If nut rherire.l leaila lit HnatrmaitorrliiaA
rrnsr ann ArrCR all llishurrorauflmnntanry. 4 I' ri !: r. clniiisss Uwllvst, UK
an kldneytand lh urinary oorantol all UupurlUta
s I irr.n r Hinii(uirin tuit mwr-m moibmi w ! iivkbii
Ti raMun mifTprrr- arw not rand by JHw-rom tt. biniuwi rt1ntT prp tn ftl trmiMiMl with
HilimllMav. VlH'l lKN K It Ihnoniv known rm1 r tnciintwliiioutaii oinUim. bwitilmmik
min. A writu-nrrinninttrlv'D ftnd mnnmf rinni-4 Ir ill bxm tm nut Maci ft vrnmrnami ur
U)0ft box. lx fiirf 'kUi.hr mall. feinu for wuum circular wid iraUmtHiltUak
Addrett IAVOl HKUICIMB CO P. a Hoi V70,8ui inrKJtaco, Cl JrBtUbg
CHAS KOCiEKS, 4T.9 Commercial Btret.
Every Single Man
would punhnso his tick
et via tln HurlliiKt'.n
Itouto to (iniaha, Kunaim
City, Ht. I,ouIh, ChlciiKo
nnd all oth'.T Southern
and Kouthciuitorn cltlus,
If he realized how com
fortable, how fast, how
nafo Its service Ih.
Nothing better any
where. For tickets, apply to
any railroad ticket aifent.
For information about
rates and trains, address
A. C, SHELDON, G. A.,
nis J fa aon.nolsonniia
I remedy for (Juiiorrliuia,
WtiUfta. uunatural ilia
I r.liars.Mi, or any ludamnia
oon, irritation or nowa.
tin of inlli'OUl menv
'HtEvUNlCniMTii Co. brani Mon-aalrlnout.
Bom ny wracaiata.
nr sent In pliln wrapper,
I. y aaprnai. prepaid, for
II. l. nr a ixilllia, p.n.
Ciruuiar snnr on rujuoai.
i 0farflua i
pii t atrtotur
RsTORifl public mww
READING ROOM FREB TO ALL,
Open every day from I o'clock to IJI
and 6:10 to 1:10 p. m.
BubKiiptlon rates $1 par annum.
8.W. COR ELEVENTH ft DUANB ATE
E.N'OLIHH CAPITAL, FOR AMERICAN
Important to Americana Masking Bn
llah Capital for new n;rprUss. A Unt
corrtaAnlng the naime and adtlreaxaj ot
360 uocafiil promoters who liars placed
over 100,000,000 Storting In Foreign In
vestment within tii last six yean, and
ovr 111,000,000 for the seven month of
UK. I'rloj, 5, or Vi, payahle by poatal
order to tha London and Universal Bu
reau of Investor, 20, Oheapsfde, London,
E. C. Bubccriben wll tx ntltled, by ar-
ranifement arlth h director to receive
eltiher persoruil or letter of tntroductoln
to any of these siacceenfiU Dromotera.
VMM last I first alaaa In tvsry ninct
and every man or ftrm who nam ap
pears xiierein may o aaperwlea upon.
For placing h following It will b
found InvaluaDAe Honda or Hriares of In
dia trial Commercial and Financial con
cern, MortxvMr loans, Bale of Lands
Patents or Ulraas.
81 R EDWARD C. ROSS,
HON. WALTER C. PEPTt,
CAFT. ARTHUR STIFFS.
aiVES choice or
Vta Spokane and St. Paol
Via Ogdco, Denver and
Omaha or St. Paol
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Free Recliiilnr Chair Cars
Astoria to Sao FraMlMO.
Columbia, Tuesday, Oct. 10.
State of Cal. Sunday, Oct 11.
Columbia, Friday. Oct. 30.
fltat or Cal. Wednesday, Nov. L
Columbia, Monday, Nov. I.
Htat of Cal. Saturday, Nov. 14.
Columbia, Thursday, Nov. II.
Stat of Cal. Turaday, Nov. 14.
Columbia, Sunday, Nov. 19.
Astoria and Portland Steamer.
T. J. Totter leaves Astoria at 7 a. m.
dally except Sunday. Leave Portland
dully at 1 p. m., Sunday excepted. Sat
urdays at 11 p. m.
Telephone leave Astoria dally ex
cept Sunday at 7 p. ni. leaves Port
land dally except Sunday at 7 a. tn.
For rate and fsnsrai Information call
on or address
O. W. LOUNBIIERRT,
W. H. HURLBURT.
0n, Pas. Agt., Portland, Or.
President and Manager.
! Solentlflo Amtrloan
CiiUbrsii. r) I ni't.k rtt.. a n
.. " . ""'7 Wiealna.
sari, nlar. rollabla, taaita aaft
nrati.i ;i, Ktu, m, .
mmi la Itl aa4 tl,te aaulllat
IIkim i. ii win, biaa rthtna. Taka
aa other, hrfttu i....,
IKnaandlmllaruu. at Uraulua, ar aaalea.
I?.."'!"!? parlHolara, l.illoi-ilal.
lialL HI mil. T .in.i.i. iZfiS,?
au-r ia.lcil t,ll.l., it,.."
Go to Elmore, Banhorn's office and se
machine. Tak along om of th twines
"a good as Mamhall's," In your pocket,
and test them. Then se how much more
Marshall's will stand. It's money In your
pocket and fish In your net to find out
their new and handsome twin testing
Ui. uuUai bj a taitloa alvaa r.. J...L ,!2
yeari UMaltmonilia A.lTlreaa, M I ''ft ui!
VusLuiuaa, al iiriavlway. Hmw lurk City,
WHITE COLLAR LINE
TELEPHONE AND BAJLEY GATZEflT
Astoria and Portland
Telephone loaves Astoria daily ex.
kept Sunday at 7 p. m. Leaves Port
land dolly oxcopt Sunday at 7 a. m.
T. J. Potter leaves Astoria at 7 a. m.
dally except Sunday. Leaves Portland
ilnliy at II p. m., Sunday excepted. Bat-
urdays at 11 p. m.
Tickets good on both boats.
U. B. SCOTT, President
E. A. Keeley, Agent, Portland.
C. W. Stone, Agent, Astoria.
Telephone No, 11,
AN ENIGMATICAL BILL OF FARE.
For a dinner, served on th Dining cam
of the Chicago, Mllwauke'and St Paul
Railway, will b tent to any address oa.
receipt of a two-cent postag stamp,
Apply to Geo. H. HealTord, General Pas
anger Agtnt Old Colony Building, Chi