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THE DAILY ASTOKIAN, StXDAY MORNING, NOVKMUKK it 18lHf.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
TeU-phon. No. e.
TKItMS Or Kl'llSCKlPriON.
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All comrm.nleatlona Intended (or publi
cation should be directed to the tdltor.
Business communications ot all kinds
and remittance must ba addressed to
The Astorlan guarantees to Its sub
scribe- the largest circulation of any
waapitper published oa the Columbia
Advertising rates can be had on appli
cation to the business manager.
The Weekly Astorlan, the second oldist
sreekly In the state of Oregon, has, i.cxt
to the Portland Oregonlan, the largest
weekly circulation In tha state.
J no. F. Handley at Co., are our Port
land agents, and copies ot The Astorlan
aaa be had every moraine at their stand,
IN Third street
The "Aetorlaaa" hereby o0t to donate
Out HUMIKtD DOLLARS to St. Mary's
n capital, payable oa demand to Father
Dlelaaaa, wheaeeer legal evidence Is pro
tlejeed eacarlag that say after ooe aews-
poper pabllshod la Astoria has prlatod
wtthla the last mlasty days expiring bo-
fare this offer a slngla special" or
eta.r kind of "telegraphic press report,"
received over the wires catering cither
of the telegraph office la Astoria, from
any point oatstde of Oregoa.
Astoria, Or., October IS, ISPe.
Perhaps the opening ot the Ogden
Gateway is the solution ot the extended
ase of the Astoria, and Columbia .River
Railroad outlined In the Astorlan some
time since. At any rate It cannot fail
to benefit us.
The cause ot a fine, central market
for the farmers hu been put In tangible
shape In Seattle by the passage of a
city ordinance providing; for a market
place. Astoria is going- to follow in
the good cause and do something for
Clatsop farmers, and now is the time to
it can be passed It will yield enough
revenue to tide over the treasury until
the fifty-fifth, congress can pasa a tariff
measure that Is more perfectly adapted
to the Industrial and revenue needs of
Yet what avail her exhausted stores.
Hot blooming- mountalna and her sunny
With all the gins that heav'n and earth
The smiles of nature and the charms of
A man's health is the rope by w hich
he climbs to success. If he can koop his
health he will go on to suiwss. Yet
his health Is the very thlnjr he neglects
more than anything else. It is easier
to keey health than it Is to regain It.
When a man Ms himself running
down, when he realises a loss of vi
tality and energy, he must call a halt.
The strands of his rope are pa.--.ln rab
idly. Ir. Tierce's O.dden Medical dis
covery has helped thousands of men
in Just this condition. It makes
health. It makes pure, rich blood, it
forces out impurities and ki'.U germs.
It doesn't make any difference what
ruune you call your trouble by dyspep
sia kidney disease rheumatism oon
sumptlon skin disease, the "Golden
Medical Plsoovery" will cure It abso
lutely. None, of these diseases can re
tain hold on the body when It Is full ot
rich, pure blood.
Send 21 one-cent stamps to cover cost
of mailing- only, and receive free
copy of Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser.
Address. World's Dispensary Medical
Association, Buffalo, X. Y.
All the men and women who have
made the world bettor, happier and
wiser for their having lived in it have
diwe so by working diligently and per
sistently. Yet, I am certain that not
even one of those, when "looking back
ward from his manhood's prime, saw
not the specter of his mlspent time."
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The beat solve In the world for cuts,
bruise, sores, ttlcers.salt rheum, fever
tores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains.
corns, and nil skin eruptions, and pes
Itlve cure tor piles, or no pay required
It Is guaranleed to give perfect satis
faction, or money refunded. Price,
cents per Nix. rAr sale by Charb-i
Rogers, Odd Fellows' building.
When a man writes he has to hv
dok and materials Just so, but a w orn
an can dash off a letter with a pencil
she has sharncd with her teeth, ami
on a pud or book th:t she can Use as
eouvei'.lenily on the window sill as on
her knee. Ah, women are resourceful
'There are," says La Nature, -about
1.600,000.000 people in the world, with
very nearly an equal division of sex
One-fourth dies before the 15th year.
and the average duration of life
about 3) years; 33,033,000 people die
each year, making a total of 91,501 each
day, 3.n0 each hour, 62 each minute,
and about one each second."
DID YOU EVER
The heavy gale of yesterday caused
much damage along the river, breaking
down both telegraph line and Injuring
river boats and hindering the move
ments ot vessels. It is to be hoped that.
should the predictions of still further
galea prove true, the use of extra pre
cautions by all concerned will prevent
Two great games of football were
played yesterday between Yale and
Princeton, and Harvard and the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania, Princeton and
Pennsylvania being the victors. From
now on it can be expected that the
gridiron field will be the attraction all
over the country. Much has been said
against this rough athletic game but
it seems to grow In favor with the ad
vent of each season.
THE DINGLE Y TARIFF BILL.
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your
troubles? If not. get a bottle now and
get relief. This medicine has been found
to be peculiarly adapted to the relief and
cure of all Female Complaints, exerting
a wonderful direct influence In giving
strength and tons to tha organs. If you
have Loss of Appetite, Constipation,
Headache. Fainting Spells, or arc Ner
vous, Sleepless, Excitable, Melancholy,
or troubled with Dlxzy Spells, Electric
Bitters is the medicine you need. Health
and Strength arc guaranteed by Its use.
Fifty cents and 31.00 at Chaa Rogers'
Goethe taught the self-culture that
results In self-possession, breadth and
Impartiality of view, and in equipoise
of mind: Wordsworth inculcated that
self-development through intercourse
n-ith man and nature which leads to
self-sufflclngneso, self-sustatnment and
equllbrium of character. James Rus
A HOUSEHOLD TREASURE.
D. W. Fuller, ot Canajonarle, N. T.,
says that he always keeps Dr. King's
New Discovery in the bouse and bis fam
ily baa always found tha very best re
sults follow its use; that he would no
ba without It, If procurable. O. A. Dyke
man. Druggist, CatsklU. N. Y., says that
Dr. King's New Discovery is undoubtedly
the best Cough remedy; that he has used
Although there is a wide divereem-e I In his family for elgbt years and It bos
af opinion among congressmen as tol never failed to do aU that la claimed lor
the advisability of att. mptlj.j to pass ! lL Wn not a "ady so I-ng tried
the Dingley tariff bill, says the Times
Herald, the indications of a less hostile
attitude on the part of the free silver
senators Increase the probability of its
consideration at the session next month.
The almost absolute certainty of a de
ficiency In revenues In spite of the most
favorable conditions renders the discus
sion of some means of raising addition
al revenue Inevitable.
Under these circumstances it becomes
interesting to note some of the marked
features of the Dingley compromise tar
iff measure. It will readily occur to
people who are well Informed on the
economic controversy In this country
who take the trouble to familiarize
themselves with the provisions of the
Dingley bill that it does not respond t)
the popular demand. In that it is nekh-r
a perfect revenue measure nor a per
fect protection measure.
One of the principal objections to the
bill as a permanent revenue measure
fa the fact that a good portion of the
schedules represent horizontal In-trtaj-a
. Horizontal dealing with the
tarli? question will not be satisfactory
to the American people. The St. Louis
platform pledges the administration to
the enactment of a tariff law that shall
be adapted to present industrial con
ditions. A 15 per cent horizontal in
crease on all the schedules but two,
which i.i a feature of the bill, di-s not
conform to these conditions. The duties
en the various articles of import must
be governed by conditions affecting the
particular Industries which they repre
sent. Another feature which the permanent
tariff law of 1S:'7 must p9-ss Is the
substitution of specific for ad valorem
rates of duty. The ad valorem method
of levying Imposts Is repugnant to ad
vanced ideas of tariff legislation. It
opens the door for fraud and misrepre
sentation and Is a fruitful source of lit
igation. The Dingley -bill could not
answer the requirements of a perfjyct
tariff law which was Intended for any
degree of permanency for the reason
that It does not provide for this very
desirable change in the imposition of
It will therefore be readily seen that
whatever disposition is made of the
Dingley bill the construction of a per
fect tariff law, designed to yield enough
revenue for the government and to pro
vide for the maintenance of the Amer
ican wage standard, must occupy a
fcu-ge portion of the time of the fifty
fifth congress, whether called in special
session or in regular session.
The Dingley law is merely designed
as a temporary revenue device to pro
vide for an emergency. For the pur
pose for which It was intended It could
not be Improved upon. The exigency
of a certain treasury deficit makes Its
enactment as soon as congress con
venes next month a patriotic duty. If
and tested. Trial bottles free at Chaa.
Rogers' drug store. Regular ilxe 50c
The communion cups used at the
Frst Church of Christ. New London,
are of great antiquity, none less than
one hundred years old, and some nearly
two hundred years old. They date as
follows: Two from the English ship
Adventure in 1699, two In 1724, two In
17:5, one In 1726. two in 1712, ten In 1793,
six In 1819.
TO Cl'RK A COLD IS ONE DAY,
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
fails to cure. 25c. For sale by Chaa.
There are two reasonable things which
everybody should do: take good care
of one's health; and If lost, regain It
quickly, and to this everybody will
agree. And there are a great multitude
if people who are agreed that for both
purposes Simmons Liver Regulator Is
the best helper. "I am troubled with
torpid liver and nothing gives relief so
quirk like Simmons Liver Regulator."'
R. R. Strange, Lake City Fla.
Fatigue, caused by bralnwork, says
an Italian scientist, acts like poison,
which affects all the organs, especially
the muscular system. The blood of
dogs fatigued by long racing, when In
Jected into other dogs, makes them er
hlbit all the symptoms of fatigue.
"Excuse me," observced the man In
spectacles, "but I am a surgeon, and
that Is not where the liver Is." "Never
you mind where his liver is," retorted
the other. "It It was In his big toe
or his left ear De Wtt'a Little Early
Risers would reach It and shake It for
him. On that you can bet your g'.g-
lamps." Chaa. Rogers.
Though sorrow- Is said to develop the
virtues. It develops them only In vir
tuous people, for this cleansing of the
conscience takes place only In persons
naturally clean. "Modest Mlgnon."
The old way of delivering messages
by postboys compared with the modern
telephone, illustrates the old tedious
methods of "breaking" colds compared
with their almost Instantaneous cure
by One Minute Cough Cure. Chaa. Rog-
Rejoice in the Joy of life. Be touched
with tenderness and sympathy for all
that can feel and can suffer, and do
this life that can feel and can suffer,
and do not dare to add a pang to the
burden of the world's sorrow. Mlnot
ROYAL Baking Powder
has been awarded highest
honors at every world's fair
The period of a "generation" has
been lengthened; It used to be thirty
yeard, and later Increased to thirty-
four; now a scientist says the average
term of human life has Increased in the
last fifty years from thirty-four to for
It is a fixed and Immutable law that
to have good sound health, one must
have pure, rich and abundant blood.
There is no shorter nor surer route
than by a course of DeWltt's Sarsapa-
rilla. Ch&s. Rogers.
It is the po.ver of feeling that marks
the artist; all else Is but the mechan
ical side which Is common to us all.
What the Bible brings to you depends
in a large measure upon what you
bring to it. You may have a crumb,
or a loaf, or a granary full to bursting,
Just as you choose. Dr. Behrends.
Soothing, and not irritating, strength
ening, and not weakening, small but
effective such are the qualities of De
Wltt's Little Early Risers, the famous
little pills. Chas. Rogers.
The woman who gets the most Ink on
her fingers is not generally the one who
puts the brightest thoughts on paper.
MUMi i l I !! iTPlrfltli
He Favorite Horns Bemeffg.
For all diseases caused by derangement
of the Liver, Kidneys, and Stomach.
Keep it always in the house and you
will save time and Doctor's Bills, and
have at hand an active, harmless and per
fectly safe purgative, alterative and tonic.
If you feel dull, debilitated, have frequent
headache, mouth tastes badly, poor appe
tite and tongue coated, you are suffering
from torpid liver or biliousness, and SlM
AtONS Liver Regulator will cure you.
If you have eaten anything hard to
digest, or feel heavy after meals or sleep
less at night, a dose of SIMMONS LIVER
REGULATOR will relieve you and bring
If at any time you feel your system
needs cleansing and regulating without
violent purging, take SIMMONS LlVEP
J. li. Zoiliu & Co., Philadelphia-
Scaly eruptions on the head, chapped
hands and lips, cuts, bruises, scalds,
burns are quickly cured by DeWltt's
Witch Hazel Salve. It Is at present
the article most used for plies, and it
always cures them. Chas. Rogers.
As regards salmon, It seems that
some of these, at least spend their
sea life not far away from the rivers,
for salmon have been caught at sea
In northern waters off the coast of
New England on hooks baited for cod,
haddock and halibut.
The old lady was right when she
said the child might die if they waited
for the doctor. 8he saved the little
one's life with a few doses of One Min
ute Cough Cure. She had used ft for
croup before. Chas. Rogers.
Education begins at the mother's
knee, and every word spoken In the
hearing of little children tends toward
the formation of their characters. H.
To cure all old sores, to hal an Indo
lent ulcer, or to speedily cure piles, you
need simply apply DeWltt's Witch Ha
zel Salve according to directions. Its
maglc-llke action will surprise you.
If all the telegraph lines In the world
were combined and stretched in one
straight line they would reach SS1,W)0
miles, or enough to encircle the earth
The length of life may be Increased
by lessening Its dangers. The majority
of people die from lung troubles. These
may be averted by promptly using One
Minute Cough Cure. Chas. Rogers.
It is rare for a woman to discover a
man whom she think.-) pretty nearly
perfect unless she is sweet sixteen and
he Is the first one she has ever met.
For Inianti and Children.
TELL IT OUT.
Don't sit down and wait for trad.
Taint tht way,
Get a hustle, make her show,
rush your business make her go.
Don't sit down und wait for trade,
'Taint the way,
'Taint the way,
It you've got something to sell,
Tell It about.
Let your neighbors sea you're "fly,"
Get up "bargains," don't say die.
If you've anything to sell,
Tell It out.
Tell It out,
Folks don't know ou It you don't
Keep things movln every day.
Talk about It; that's the way.
Folks won't know you If you don't
THAT WONPKUl'l l. CHURN.
I want to add my "testimony to the
list of those who have used the Light
n'.ng t'hui'ti. It does all that Is claimed
for it. You can churn easily In one
minute, and get a luigo percentage
more butter than with the common
churns. I never took the agency for
anything before, but so many of my
neighbors wanted chums that I ordered
30, and they are all gone, t think In
a year every farmer will havs a Light
nlng Churn. In fact they can't afford
to be without one, as they make so
much more butter, and a good little bit
of money can be made In every town
ship selling these churns. By writing
to J. F. Casey A Co., St. Louis, Mo.,
you ran get circulars and full partic
ulars about the churn.
DANDY WINDMILL MAKE
I have a neighbor that made one
ot the People's Windmills, and I have
been watching It closely; It Is the best
mill I have ever seen and anyone can
make one for leas than 110. I am going
to make two Imim-dlately, and don't
see why every farmer cannot have a
windmill when he ran make 11 himself
for so little money. The mill Is dura'
ble, powerful, and runs easily. Any
person can get diagrams and complete
llrectlons by sending IS 2-cent stamps
to E. D. Wilson & Co., Allegheny. I'a.
Any active man can undoubtedly make
money anywhere putting these mills up
for others, and I see no use of paying
(50 or 160 for a mill w hen you can muke
one Just as good for $10.
A BROTHER FARMER.
MARRY THIS GIRL, SOMEBODY!
I have been reading In your paper
about several men and women that
have been very successful selling self'
heating flat Irons, and I concluded I
w ould see what a girl could do. I havt
worked U days and have sold 151 Irons
and have 218 dollars left after paying
all expenses. Everybody Is delighted
with the Iron, and I sell one almost
every place I show It, as people think
they can't afford to be without one.
as they save so much fuel and time
and don't bum the clothes. I know I
can clear five thousand dollars this
year. How Is that for a girl?
Splendid, my girl, splendid! You arc
a true American girl. Anyone can get
complete information about the self-
heating Iron by addressing J. F. Casey
& Co., St. Louis, Mo. It seems to be
a winner, as everybody selling il write
n Its praise.
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FIRE ALARM BOXES.
Box 5 Trulllnger a Mill.
Box t Astor and Seventh street.
Box 7 Ninth and Duane.
Box 8 Commercial and Fifteenth.
Box 9 Clatsop Mill.
Box 12 Car Stables.
Box It-McGregor's Mill.
FROM NOW UNTIL SPRINO
Overcoats and winter wraps will be Id
fashion. They can be discarded, tempor
arily while traveling In the steam-heated
trains of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St
Paul Hallway. For solid comfort, for
peed and for safety, no other line can
compare with this great railway of the
Oo to Elmore, Sanborn's office and see
machine. Take along some of the twines
'as good as Marshall's," In your pocket.
and test them. Then ste 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 twine testing
Tullyrand took thirteen oaths of fidel
ity: To Cl-ment XIII., w'hn he entered
oly orders, to Clement XIV. when he
became Bishop of Autun, to Louis XVI.
to to the king and the constitu
tion, to the Directory In 17!", to the
Directory in 17 as minister of foreign
fTalrs, and to three other Ictus.
Absolutely pure, perfectly harmless.
nt; Invariably reliable are Ihe tinli-
tli-s of One Minute Cough Cure. It n-v-er
falls In colds, croup and lung trou
bles. Children like It because It Is
Pleasant to take and it helps them.
The average girl doer, not care for
the chocolate luncheon proverbially ac-
redlted to her, but Infinitely prefers
Juicy beefsteak to sweets.
Wall Paper, ArtUti' Materials, Paints,
Olli, Glua, ttc, JapaneM Mattlnge,
Ruga and Bamboo Goods
365 Ccmmerclrd Htreef.
A. V. ALLBN,
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Piated Ware. Loggers' Supplies.
Cor. Tenth and Commercial streets.
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Tofal toajaiaa on the way t'.ro. nam time In lnJft-ai.TSJ. 8am a time la KH-mis,
Twentieth St. and McKee Ave.
Hituuteti on tin-south fide
of Antoria's hills.
Twenty (legrcon wnrmr
and vegetation .50 dup in
advance of the North sido.
Macnificent Bites for res
idences, overlooking river
and hay, sunny and shel
Easy and natural grades;
little or no grading needed.
ASTORIA INVESTMENT CO.
482 Bond Street.
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llonoi iniourn'nrn pnytut'iitn, win quirKijcur rimor mil lH-r
'l Tf iiinniiwuw iibvi V111.U
8 -r ri
Iniwiniiila, I'aJnalri th. lliu-k,Hiiiilnat KmUalmia. Ni.rvmia iti'lilllty.
I'llujitra, llliatnatw tn Marry, Kxliaitallns llrnlna, Varlrorvln end
C'onatlputliin. J t aU(ia all loaaca hy ilay or nlatit I'rpviwta qiih-k.
ri w of dihanro, wlik-h If iiotrlHTkl loaita to Hprrnialiirrhna and
all Hi. Iiormr, ..I lnipouw-y. 4'IIPIItr.NKrlaali.oaUicUvw, tuc
kuinava and th. urlriarr onranaol all ImDurlUaa
rilPinEUff! trnirlhrmnil rwloraaamall waakoryana,
n ... ......... ..iir....,,. ,r nm mrad be liorinm la bwaiia. mn.ty rw rent srs tmontafl Willi
Proatmf If la. ct'l'l HKNK la tha only known rmv4r to ciirnwlllioul ao nM.ratlou. Siu teailmoiili
ZtZ a wrliK'iiminraiiii'i'rlvnanil monxy rriomml If all iKum 4w not alTeol a parmaiiaL taura
lJJ0alKii,ai f..rf '..i. hy mull. BnU for ntaaclrcular and Imtlmonlala,
AWria OA Vol. tUICISIB VOnf. (X Boi SOT, Baa VTai idaco, Cal. lta-iios
CHAS ItoiiKliS, 459 Commercial Street.
BCFOne sns AFTER
To the East
Whim you consult the
loial ticket HKnt, don't
full lo uxk him about
OI'H x.'ivlci! 10 the Kast
Ak blm If our line Is
not hIkm li-r and our time
fimlcr than those of any
other railroad to Omaha,
Kiuiwui :lty, St. Louis
mid tiolnlH beyond.
ABk hltn, loo, about our
St. 1'ruI Chicago and St.
1'iiul St. Louis trains.
i'r:i;i''i:('T that's the
only word that fits them.
C. SHELDON, O. A.,
R. L. Boyle & Co.
LOANS AND INVESTMENTS
ft. J to 1 H.. 1
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'reti ffvutton tton 'if in 11 rod 11 mmn-
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no lacr. ti'ui dnarmj mAiW
kwini imuwtim. ai isrwfisu. or swiA
In lUnit irartlnulavri, imJcsofilaia in4
' lt4lr fir ,a1lM,N in mm, by Mam
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lihesit'rlJsBBilvai Lu., Mail Una Mi
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ATSORlfl PUBhlC LIBHV
READING ROOM FRED TO ALL.
Open cvury dar from t o'olook to I.M
and f :M to 1:10 p. m.
Bubscrrptlon rataa It par annum.
B.W. COR. ELEVENTH DTJANB BTi.
AN ENIGMATICAL BILL OF FARE,
For a dinner, served on tht Dining ears
ot the Chicago, Milwaukee and Bt Paul
Railway, will be sent to any address on
receipt of a two-cent posts, stamp.
Apply to Geo. IL HUfford, General Pas
senger Agent, Old Colony Building, Chi
0IVK8 CHOICE) OF
Via Spokane and St. Paul
Via Ogdan, Denver and
Omaha of St. Paul
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers .
Free Reclining Chair Cars
' Astoria to San FmmIsoo.
Columbia. Tuesday, Oct. tO.
Stato of Cal. Hunday, Oct JS.
Columbia, Friday, Oct. JO.
Mate of Cal. Wednewday, Nov. i.
Columbia, Monday, Nov. I.
Htate of Cal. Saturday, Nov. 14.
Columbia, Thursday, Nov. II.
Btatc of Cal. Tuesday, Nov. 14.
Columbia. Sunday, Nov. 19.
Astoria and Portland Steamin.
T. J. rotter leavea Astoria at 7 a. m.
dally except Hunday. Leaves Portland
dally at I p. m., Sunday excepted. 8at
urdays at 11 p. m.
Telnhone leaves Astoria dally ex
cept Sunday at 1 p. m. Leaves Port
land dally except Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and general Information call
on or address
O. W. LOUN8HEP.RT.
W. It HURLnURT.
Q.n. Pa a Agt., Portland, Or.
President and Manager,
A ar ri aft
I lit- T -JT
InrnrmaOoaaiHl fra. Hand lun k wrlta to
Munn m ui. aai uaoauwav, saw Voac
Ol.lril boraao foe aanimis palntt la mrira
Crary nalant URan out by aa U bninaM bafnic
lb. puuic by a nouoc I l.a (ncutaaarteia lee
tarnat etmilatlnn of anr arlanUfV. narvr In th.
wurUL "I'l.n.ll.ilr lllu.iraua, N.i lul-lllo0j
Biaa ahmilJ la aylthuui il Wwklr, ai,IMa
KtfttlJiiallinonllia A.l.tra. aHlVjTa Ui.
auaaasa. tut luuailway, tiaw Kurd Cur,
WHITE C011AR LINE
TELEPHONEANO BAILEV GATZERT
Astoria and Portland
Telephone leaves Astoria dally rx
co it Hunday at 1 p. m. Leaves Tort
land dally except Hunday at 7 a, in.
T. J. Potter leaves Astoria at 7 a. m.
dally except Sunday. Leaves Portland
daily at H p. m., Sunday excepted. Bat
urdays at It p. m.
Tickets good on both boats.
11. n. HCOTT, President
E. A. Heeley. Agent, Portland.
C. W. Stone, Agent, Astoria.
Telephone No. 11,
R. P. Elmore
W. H. Harrison
OPEN FOR SPECIAL CHARTER
Sailing dates to and Irom Tillamook
snd Nchalcm depend upon
For Freight and Pasaeng.r
Ratea Apply To
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO.
R. 0. N. CO., AgenU, PortUod -