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THE DAILY ASTOKIAN. WKONKSIUY MOKNINU, MAIU'll 21, I87.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
Telephone No. M.
TERMS Or Bl'BHCKIPriON.
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Sent by mail, per month SO
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Postage five to subscriber.
AH communications Intended for publi
cation should be dlrwted to the editor.
Business communications of all kind
and remittances must be addressed to
The Astorlan guarantees to Its sub
crlbers the largrest circulation of any
wsspaper published on the Columbia
Advertising rates can be had on appli
cation to the business manager.
The Weekly Astorlan. the second old
est weekly In the state of Oreiron. has,
Beit to the Portland Oregronlan. the
largest weekly circulation In the state.
. John F. Handley & Co. are our Port
land agents, and copies of the Astorlan
can be had every morning at their
atand, 1:4 Third street.
feat. The first opportunity that has
presented for halting Hryanlum In any
substantial nay was In the dim K-r.itlo
caucus for the nomination of speaker,
and Hryanlsm was knocked out In the
first round. Thls may be regarded as
the beginning of the end of Aryan's
leadership In the democratic party.
FREE TO EVERY MAN
THE MKTHOPS OK A OHKAT
TKRATMKNT FOK WEAKNESS
Which Cured Him ..iter Everything
Painful diseases are bad enough, but
when a man Is slowly wasting away
with nervous weakness, the mental
, forebodings are ten times worse tlmn
,'the most severe pain. There Is no let
The "Astoria hereby offers to donat
OSS HCMIRKD DOLLARS U St. Mary's
TflMnltal, payable oa demand to Father
aMedaaan, wbeaever legal evldeaee is pro
duced showlag that aay artamoon neare
ae nbllaha) la Astoria has printed
within the last ninety days expiring be
fore this offer a single special" or
taer hind of "telegraphic preea report,
soeolvod over the wires entering either
f the telegraph office In Astoria, from
ay point eatable of Oregon.
Astoria, Or., October 1 S, 1 8M.
THE NICARAGUA CANAL.
The new administration is taking an
active Interest in the Nicaragua canal.
It is well known that Secretary Sher
man, while in the senate, was strongly
In favor of Its construction. In the
last debate in that body he said: "I
would be very glad to see another
treaty made between Nicaragua and
the United States which would provide!
for the completion of the canal."
In his new position he can move
actively in the matter, and he has
already begun along the line of open
ing negotiations for a treaty with the
five states comprising the Greatei Cen
tral American Republic along the lines
of the celebrated Frelinghuyse i-ZavUa
treaty, which in effect established an
American protectorate over Nicaragua
and committed the government to the
construction of the waterway.
This treaty was pending when Mr.
Cleveland went Into the White House
twelve years ago. About the first
thing' the latter did was to withdraw
the agreement between the two coun
tries, his ground for so Aoing being
that the treaty, if carried into effect.
A ipromlnent Washington corre
spondent observes that no president
In late years has been so slow as
President Mckinley In the distribution un t n.niHi unVrtng day r nluht.
of the spoils of ottlce. When Lincoln ; Sleep Is almost Impossible, and under
was Inaugurated the patronage mill .'''h "!" M"n nr r-,,,' respon
..... stble for what they do. For years the
began at once, and kept going at n 1 ,, , , , ...
I writer rolled and tosod on the troubled
lively rate. So It was with Grant, sexual weukness until It .hs a
Hayes, Garfield, Harrison, and Oleve- j question, whether he had not better
land in ;fs first term. Even In his take a dose of poison and thus end all
last term, after he had Ncomo dls,' tnmMo.. .evidential Insplra-
1 t.n n nwk t. tU ttl.l 111 the tflltlt'O OI It
sulshed as an avowed civil scrvic re-i ......... , ..,.....,. ,1,,., .,t iv
t AJIIIl'llintl'i iiiniiiimr a..
former. President Cleveland lost no ;lH)m,,i,.tely restonM the general health.
time In rewarding the men who hnd 1 .but enlarged his weak, emaciated parts
supported him and chopping off tl.e natural sl and vigor, and he now
. , . . , . declare tnat any man wno win isae
heads of his opponents whose room i . . ... .
! the trouble to send his name and ad-
was needed for other company. !,,.,. ,. httVe th. m,.thlHi ,f this won-
- Iderful treatment free. Now when 1
There has been a mlghtly change in wy free 1 mean absolutely w ithout cost,
the attitude of the Havana author!-i because 1 want every weakened man to
ties toward thL, count rv aln.s. ,.,. get Ih benefit of my experience.
. ,. I I am not a philanthropist, nor do I
ohsnit tea at , I M tat i 1 .-. TV. u. !
-"!lHW0 as ari enthusiast, but there are
quests for recognition of the rights ;, housands of men suffering the menu
OUTWARD BOUND ORIXJON (MAIN FLMiyr lSDCri.
(Herlneil and t'orro ted every Krlilayl
a A It. MM FLAil, I NU.
Aiintut 3. Am, liars ... Sonoma
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Ur il'tp Niilhi-rlaniWrilui!
si nr.iiiu 4 irinaiiiiaii.iiii,!
Sept. 7JIrlili ..;renllMi ,,,
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II urd simnatliury.
W'lti Khtii ('lvleataii'
Hft..tk. liiiif -I
of American ctttsens in Cuba I now
wry promptly and courteously com
plied with by Spain. This does not
mean that the United State Is hostile
to Spain, or that Spain Is actuated by
fear. But it doea show. a wholesome tlon. but send for It. and learn that
renect rr th America flrmne. llf i there are a few things on earth that al
tortures of weakened manhood who
would be cured at once could they but
ret such a remedy as the one that
cured me. Do not try to study out how
I can afford to pay the few postage
stamp necessary to mall the Informs
the new republican administration.
j though they cost nothing to get they
are worth a fortune to some men and
mean a lifetime of happiness to moat
ot us. Write to Thomas Slater. Box
Kalamasoo, Mich., and the information
will be mailed in a plain, sealed en
It is essential to the well being of
the physical economy that the kidneys
and bladder should be eternally active,
that they should never go "off duty."
If they do, the kidneys fall to secrete
from the blood the watery element
and the Impurities that should be
thrown off by the bladdtr, and both
organs suffer In organic health from
their Inaction, and Incur dangerous
maladies. Among these are Plight's
disease of the kidneys, diabetes, re
tention of the urine, gravel, dropsy, e.
These are no trifles, but obstinate dis
eases, developing rapidly and termin
ating t.m often ffLtAlli To n. venf .
. , ., , . , . . And when we've learrbM life's tables
or check them, safest and most effec-1 . . , . .
tual means Is Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters, which gives a healthful Impetus
to. but never excites the renal organs.
A SIMPLE SUM.
It's a rule of the accountant.
Whatever else you do.
To square your debt and credit side
And keep your balance true.
This rule In mathematics
Is a creed for me and you
In doing all the sums of life.
Just keep your bajunce true.
like the fiery, unmedicated stimulants
of commerce. Malaria, dyspepsia, con
stipation, liver trouble, nervousness
and debility are remedied by the genial j
I And gone life s Journey throURh,
'Twill give us an Investment sure
To find our balance true.
Mrs. M. L. Rayne.
useful In convalescence and
A wineglasaful three times
It la surprising what a "wee bit of a
thing" can accomplish. Sick headache,
oonsTlpatlon, dyspepsia, sour stomach,
lixlness. are quickly baniahed by De
jWttt' Little Early Risers. Small pill
Safe ptll. Beet pill. Chas. Rogers.
Why Is it the furniture 4 so dem
onstratively noisy when you are left
alone in the house and the hour ver
ge upon midnight?
Persons who are . predicting that
Speaker Reed and President McKlnley
;wII not pull together want to watch
jthe speed with which th tariff bill
1 goes through the house.
Persons who are subject to attack
of bilious colic will be pleased to know
that prompt relief may be nad by tak-
Ine Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera ami
would be a perpetual menace to the Diarhoea Remedy, and if taken as soon RBera. Druggist
nation s peace and would provoke fnd-1 as the first indication of the disease
TO IT HE A COLD IM ON a IMV
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet.
All druggists refund the money if it
falls to cure. 23c. For sale by Chaa.
with othr coun-
appears. it will prevent the attack. For ! Vlcf President Hobart's effort to
sale by Este-Conn Drug Co. , abolish dilatory tactics in the senate
I are in Imminent danger '( going doiiu
To be popular a woman must not j before a concerted wall of dilatory
too witty. j tactics.
One minute is all the time necessary
to decide from personal experience that
One Minute Cough Cure doe what
It name implie. Cha. Rogers.
DANGERS OF GRIP.
It is row said to be Secretary Sher
mans' purpose to resurrsct the Fre-linghuysen-Zavala
treaty and frame
a new agreement embodying many of
It salient features. There will be
much opposition to a pro;ectorate, un
less it be limited to the prote-:tion
of the canai Itself, and the ports at
either end. In any caae, the United
States should maintain the freedom
of the canal to all commerce, as
against any powers which may be at
It is understood that the plan In
volves the assmption of all the al
leged rights of the existing Nicaragua
eanai and the Maritime Construction
Company, and th" payment to I 1 ,
' I Chlcora. Pa.. "Herald " Richard! There Is a dreadful suspicion abroad
corporations of the money thy navejVenge, OM Minute Cough Curei",!" Arlhur sal1- DV'1 Hill and
actally spent up to date :n tiie canal, the greatest success In medical science. iTom Watson have all blown out the
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Torturing, Ichlng, aoaly skin erup
tions, burns and scalds are soothed
at once and promptly healeil by IV
Witt's Wlft-h Hasel Salve, the beat
known cure for piles. Chas Rogers.
tt will soon he the season for the
reappearance nf the sea serpent and
the Keeley motor.
VESSELS ON THE WAV TO OREGON.
ikYiKi aud oriwtisi tttry Friday)
as a rule Ii most un-
The Oregon and Washington boards
are doing go.nl work and should be lib
erally Supported and encouraged. As
result of this wont many eastern
leople are turning their attention to
the Pacific Northwest. If the reader
ha.4 any friends In the Kaat who are
likely to come here this year, send
their names and addresses to the un-
icrslgned and I will see that they get
a supply of the hest literature and in
formation us to this country.
OB). S. BATTY,
tleneral Agent Wisconsin Central
Jnes, Portland. Or.
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The greatest danger from La Grippe
I of it resulting in pneumonia. If rea-
' isonable care is used, however, and
Will the Increased duty on wool and j Chamberlain' Cough Remedy taken,
woolen goods affect garments now in ia" danger will be avoided. Among the
hoc? j f-'ns of thousands who have used this
j remedy for la grippe, we have yet to
Address with 21 cents In one-cent ! learn of a 'n8le having resulted
stamps, to cover cost of mailing only. !ln pneumonia, which show conoluslve-
I World's Dispensary Medical Associa- that th'8 remedy ' a certain pre-
tlon, Buffalo, X. Y., and get a
copy of the "Medical Adviser."
ventive of that dread disease. It will
effect a permanent cure in less time
than any other treatment. The 25 and
No woman can be considered beauti-'50 cenit slze for 8,1,6 hV Eates-Conn
ful whose hair Is not perftrly t:t-An. Drug Co.
Washington has aUut 20.000 x)pu
.itlon Xrt.Oua Africans. 20.IW colonels.
M.rtoO ufllce-holdors. pki.ooo looking for
CHAS HOGEKfl, 4S Commercial Street
They are o small that the most sen
sitive prson take them, they are so
effective that the most obstinate cases
of constipation, headahce and torpid
liver yield to them. That 1 why De
Witt' Little Early Riser are known
aa the famous little pill.i. Cha. Hog
It Is easy enough to Yegard other
people's trouble as of little moment,
but our own always should demand the
greatest l onid.'ration.
Hail srff , fTs, '
a sum very much small-r than the
8,0J0 which they claim to have put
into the enterprise. British intrlue
He told us that It cured his whole 8a-
family of terrible coughs and colds, af- J
ter all other so called cures had failed i Minute ae.-m like nours when a life
i entirelv. Mr Vermel .aM i , Is at stake. CrotiD Kive no time to
win actively antagonize the pro;,o.d j his children through a very bad siege i"" tor a dctOT. delay may mean
new treaty and may succeed in dc- of measles. One Minute Cough Cure ',,fatn- ne Minute Cough Cure give
featfng it, but the proposition has mak8 expectoration very easy and i Instant relief and insure recovery. The
powerful support and will be urged i rapi'1- Cha8' ll"". druggist. jonly harm less remedy that produces
The democrats of the house have
given Bryanlsm a brain-cl'iut by the
nomination of Representative Bailey,
of Texa. as the democratic candldite
for speaker. When it Is r-rnc-mber.rd
that Bailey was nominate! over rep
resentee Bland, of Missouri, the au-
tnor or me uianu Din tnat gave us
our hundreds of millions of silver dol
lars, and that Bland represents the
distinctive financial Idea of William J.
Bryan, the significance of Pland's de
feat will le understood. On the other
hand, Represen'uitlve Bailey is one of
the young representatives from Texas
who kicked vigorously against Bryan
and Bryanlsm, and who finally yielded
a most reluctant support to the dem
ocratic candidate for .president. He
ha all the vigorous independence of
the wildest and wooliest t.l Western
Ideas, (and he, goes hi own way w 1th-
out any special regard as to whether
school keeps or not. It is evident that
the democrat of the country are sur
feited with Bryanlsm. They are con
vinced that his nomination was a blun
der, and they have been more than
disgusted with his ostentatious as
sumption of leadership since bis de-
j Many of the Easter bride will carry (Druggist.
bouquets of Ascension lilies. j
I It is to be suspected that nearly all
"Be regular and punctual In all;'"'' senators would Indorse a method
things" was one of the old maxims, r,t closu re which would keep Homebody
taught long ago. The last is not for-l';ls fr'-'m talking.
gotten, but the first Is scarce remem-
bered, s" Irregular is the life of most I ItHEI'MATISM Ql.'ICKLY CURED.
people nowadays. The only corrector!
of thio evil l.s Simmon I,iver Regulator, j After having been confined to the
which keeps the liver active and pre-!h',lu,e "T plven days and paying out
vents the ills of irregular living, Dys-j-5 ,n doctor bills without benefit, Mr.
I.epcia, Biliousness, Constipation, etc. It I ,,rank I'!son of Sault 8te. Marie, Mich.,
also cures these troubles. I wa cured by one bottle of Charnber-
I Iain's Pain Balm costing 2.1 cents, and
Some special designs in vases are lha" n,,t B,m'e t,,re" troubled with that
The best f'-ittuie about the 10.WW bills
Introduced in the lust congress was
that nearly all of ihnn failed of passage.
The hrMcKiiuiid at Easter weddings
will w.-ar large flower-luden hats.
FROM CRIPPLE CREEK.
Aft'-r the big fire In Cripple Creek, I
took a v.-ry seven- cold and tried many
remedies without help, the cold only
becoming more settled. After using
three small bottksi of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, both the cough and
cold left me, and In this high altitude
it takes a meritorious cough remedy
to do any good. O. B. Henderson, ed
itor Daily Advertiser. For sale by E-tcs-Conn
The hair of th- bead, to be an nrr.a-nr-ru
to the wearer, should receive
painstaking care, and If Its color is
faded Hall's Hair Roric-wer should be
Dry and Pure Tropical
shown for Easter gifts.
TRULY ASTONISHI.Vr;. Miss An
nette N. Moen, Fountain, Minn., says:
"Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has had a
wonderful effect In curing my brother's
children of a severe and dangerous
cold. It was truly astonishing how
speedily they found relief after akl g
The spring opening are dally draw
Many oae of "Grippe" have lately
been cured by One Minute Cough Cure.
This preparation seem especially
adapted to the cure of this disease. It
act quickly, thu preventing aerlou
complication and bad effect In which
thte diaeotse often leaves the patient.
For sale by Este-Conn
The spring millinery Is as gay as a
bed of tulips.
f AILING MANHOOD
General end Nervous Debility.
Woaltne-ia of Body and
illncl, LffecU of r.rro. -:
or Kxcew-es in Old or'
Youiiir. Ifohust, ',il).u
Maiiuond f ly Ite-.tw.',
How o KuUrire mi l
htrenah:n '.'ca, L'.
developed Portions of
Hody. Ator.te!jr nn-
f rtinr.a-TTf.mf. T-,.ft ,.,
fry;:in,riL',u -iienefit D day:
ilea textlfy from 60 Htatcs i nd For;!;;ii
Countries, fiend for licwTlptl' e BtkiIt, tij
plana Hon and proofs, uutikd te Oed free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buf alo, N. Y.
Many fair flngi-rs are practicing on
the banjo In order to be ready to
strum pretty little negro melodies
when the summer moon Is nhlnlng.
The chronic grumbler Btill lives, but
there are le4 cttm-g i,t chronic Indlges
tlon and Dyspepsia than formerly. The
tutA Is, ho many people In the past have
taken Simmon Liver Regulator that
they are now cured of these ills. And
a great multitude ire now taking Sim
mon Liver Regulator for the name
trouble and they'll soon be cured.
"It is the best medicine." Mr. E.
Italne, Baltimore, Md.
For nale cheap and on ey term,
four choice building lot In McClure'
Astoria. For particular call on Howell
& Ward, 19 Bond street.
Pronounced by Pliyriiciana the
moet Favorable in America
for BuffererB from . . .
Lung Diseases and
Many Remarkable Cures
The objections urgd against Indlo In
the past by the lsrgs iiumbtr who
otherwise would have l.n slad to t.k.
advantage of Its beneficial climate, ba
bn a lack of suitable accommodatlAn
Ths Southern l'acinc Company takM
pleasure In announcing that several
have Just been erected at Indlo station,
that will be rented to aonlleants at rea
sonable rates. They are furnished wit hi
modern convenlen-:e, supplied with our
nrunian water a no so sltimted as to ul'
occupant all the advamaKes to b th
rived from a more or leas urotraot d
residence in this delightful climate.
(From ths Ban Francisco Arironaut.)
'In the heart of th4 a-reat desert of n,
Colorado which ths Southern Paclflo
traverses thero Is an oasis called Indlo.
which. In our opinion, la the sanitarium
of the earth. We bi.-lle.ve. from oeraonal
Investigation, that for certain Individuals,
there Is no spot on this planet so favor-
O. T. Stewart, M D.. writes: "Tha
purity of the air, and th sternal aun.
shine, fill cne with wondT and delight.
. . . Nature has accomplished o
much that there remains but little for
man iv uu. im to us ponaiDllllle aa a
neaun retort-nere la the most perfect
sunshine, with a temperatur always
pleasant, a perfectly dry soil, for rain I
an unsnown factor; pure oiygen, 4o
atmosphere and pure water. What more
can be desired? it is ths place., above
all others, for lung troubles, and a para
dise for rheumatics. Considering th
number of sufferers who havn bom
cured, I have no hesitancy In recom
mending this genial oasis ss th haven
or tne amicttH."
a I n urbbipiLi i owunrotiv.
lllarr 4U.OOU i'lllMON xninnf
. J -ar4d In It loss dara, Yoa can ba Irwaici al
Itioaie f.-raaaia prica amir aama gtiaraa
. . ...Stv, If roair'(.rldnot4shara4.aiilou
mtt (41 ar railroad farnil helal bill. and
Bt -ti.rfa. II fall lorure If rna hae uan iur
etiry, lodlUe uilt4ah, and and lia arh. and
t,4in. M utiiiii Vsirhaa In mnuib, t4orThriai,
l lipplra, l'ii.r t'alvrsd Spola, I Iran ua
tar paitolthalxxir, llalrnr ttmhtam falllna
tful, M te this rtK.ooilary lll.oillt I'oiiuS
aja;aranialueiit. Wanlwil laaamai o.ll
ual ease and Malleti th world for
ra.s eaantear. Tea di-eaaa ana aiweya
balflad tbeaklll of Ih niualaiiiiaaul phr.l
rlnn. AOihtXHI Capital behind our samnat.
liun.l roaraoir. iwii.iiiraii4iiiit4iMi
iinrN. l ima nr.. r.lil
I , J llauaau-4 T
B M4 m Mtw..r.
Pa 'rHU taaMMaa,
f1f I. a nnn.antarmnaa
r-rnadr fr o..n,.rrli.-
Wlill-., aaaaiaral m
iharaM, nr anr Inn.nna
lien, Irrliailoa or ulra
tlxn nf aaiD4i mm
frulOla cefl Mnn-aairlae-tit
au.ein.o n "ol1 T DrnUla,
tr. a Tl i nr mrit in slain a-rapp-r.
triJ ''r f"Mi e(av-t. f"l
Tv"" fi , ..r 1 l-'tiln.. TV
,h' 4 Cir.ul.r aru oa niuM4
III ill liraTallllllt lm i Ml
Cavrala. and Trade-Mark obtained and all I'.t
tent bu4inrrtrontliif.trd for MoorsaTC Fee.
iOusOrricr leOeeoeiTC U, . PareHTOrrict
Ui.U i rrtiiwi ma pulrntia left, lima titan liluM
r.moia from Waiihinifton.
8cod model, drawins or phntn., wmi o--nr-
loon. Via ailviH-, II ,al)-nlal.le nr not, irra ui
drit. tlir Ire net lil lilt natrnt I. ari lirra.
a Pmshl(T, " I1"' toOlrtain I'alcnu," with
rmi ul miiio in tin V. b. and lurcigo. cuunuic.
cnl free. Atlitrr.
-. lafiif rtrnrr U..yiHnTOM B. C ,
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TIIANSI I'ltl t HON I.INKN,
GoinK Ecist ?
II' YOU AUIt,
IMI NOT 'llt'-
Three Important Points
i-'lltH'r--tlo via tlx' Ml, Paul bocau
lliu lines to Hint Milut will afford you
the Very Imd sorvli-iv
Mi;ctlN) -S.H. thill Iho MiUNn bnyond
Ml, Paul rrsi.la via lit VVImniiiiili, Pen.
HiU Ivoi-aiiMi (hat line tiMkea uliaiq ,ym.
iiiaiilitii IHi all ilio traiuttuMitliiont!
Iliif rmlertng thn t'nlon IrtKt thnra,
ad Ita srrvlif Is flint ol4i n ayry
TMIltl-rnr liirmailon, ol on
your ndghlMir and f timid -llio naaretst
tlokct agout -44iid ask for a Uckit rvad.
lug Via the Wna-oiialii (Viitral Mima,
JAM 0. 11NI,
(Inderal laiamitir Agnni,
Or tll' H. IIATTV,
(uvkh eiioic or
Via Spokane and St. Paat
Via Ogdtn, Dnvec and
Omaha or St. Pol
Pullman ind Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining' Chair Urs
Astoria to Sao Fmm'mo.
Columbia, WminUy. Kli. IT.
St At. of Cal , UottiUy. rb. tl
Columbia, Hattunlay, reb. Ti.
Stat of Cal., Thurxlay, March 4.
t'liliurttita, Turadajr, Martii '
State of Cal.. hun.ley, Warcu 14.
Columbia, Fiidity. Marrh II.
Htat 4 Cal., WixtntiMsy. March H
For rala and gvnarat tnronaattoa eall
on or addraaa
0. W. I.Ot'NIininRT,
Oan. Iaa Agt , Portland. Or.
Preatdsnt and llaaaerar.
Is 612 miles from
and 130 miles from
. TrtAOt MAUI.
rrtf' oopviiioht ao.
Anrmt aandln a akatnli and daanrtptlnn mar
Quioklr aanarutn, free, trhattier an Inrantlon le
protoaftlr nalantalila. Coinrunnlaatlona atrtntlf
ooaflilaritlal. OMaai asanflF for.ourtna patanuj
la ananoa. Wa hare WahliiKtoa usiee,
PaUnia taken tbriMisb lliuia Co. reoeir
spselal uotloa la tii .
tMastlfiillr lllaMrated, lanreat elrralatloa of
iMtsmts mui t
MUNN A CO.,
anr Mlautlfle loarnal. -air,Uirai.eJljuaraari
ll.HI.11 nioiiiiia, SnaniBHia eupln and Haas
Booa us 1 iTMTi aaui iraa. agiiraa
stvnn as ww.
101 Ureadirar. Mw Vera,
For Family or
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO
' AnU. Astoria. 1 ' ,
Thl5 Railway Company
ipcrata it train on Ilia funiHis block
Mtxltt It trains by oli-lrl. Ity thrwiffh-
Ih polnhnttrnl fli"'! rW' tirlh r-4vl
ilun lnndUlly cijll isutaonisr
Inln vry day and nlnlit llwaa
Ht. Paul and tliliatto; th
Chicago, nilwaukee &
Alsu ttrat atntuti-himtrd vrsMibulatl
trains, carrylns; ths laHreit prlvat
rwmtartfnnl t-ars, lllcary buffst
anisiklntt rara, ami mJm drawing
larlnr oars, frr m4lnln rhaJr can
and lha very bt dlnlns; rar srrvfo.
Fr lowrtst rati t any fartnt In th
I'nltxd rttatn or Canada, apply to
ticket aennt, or addnss
C. J. KDDT,
OVnoral Attnt, Portland, Or.
J. W. CAKV, Trav. l'tut Aint
R. P. Elmore
W. H. Harrison
...Open for Special Charter...
Sailing data to asd Irani Tlllaatook
ad Nehalem dapand apoa
Par Freight and Paaaenger
Rat. Apply T.
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO.
0. R. tt N. CO.. Agents, Pvrtland
J tfW C'PiJ'Mireiursrlc
to Bliim of Copaiba, Sj
XJ tha lime diseases willioul
. l Sold h llJr.t,
Fare from Los Angeles $1.00