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THE DAILY ASTORIA N. TIES DAY MORXIXO JI'XK I. 17.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
Telephone No. fit.
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All communication Intended for publi
cation should be directed to the editor.
Business communications of all kinds
and remittances must be addressed to
The Astorlan guarantees to Its sub
scribers the lar$rest circulation of any
newspaper published on the Columbia
Advertising rate can be had on appli
cation to the business manager.
The Weekly Astorlan, the second old
est weekly In the state of Oregon, has.
next to the Portland Oregonlan. the
largest weekly circulation in the state.
John F. Handley Co. s-re our Port
land agents, and copies of the Astorlan
can be had every morning at their
stand, 124 Third street.
ASTORIA AND ALASKA
There Is a field open to Astoria's bus
iness men which should be occupied at
nee. Thousands of dollars are beins
lost d.-Uly because no steps have been
taken to occupy this profitable branch
of trade. Commerce with Alaska is rap
Idly growl MR and within the past yar
or two Seattle ha quadrupled her busi
ness territory and now baa nearly all of
the trade. The Astorlan has repeatedly
called attention to the matter and urged
the establishment of a line of Mia-iers
between Aluska and this port, and now I
comes new tales of the welth being de- i
rived from the trade by Seattle, w h!ch '
has not only one. but three lines of
steamers in the service.
Attorney John C. Leasure. of Portland, j
vst back from Alaska, whither he went 1
on legal business, is somewhat wrathyj
ever the apathy shown in Portland with
reference to capturing the Alaska trade!
and travel from Alaska. He says that !
,k- .--.i.,., , . , . ,, , ,
... iu w time, w an lhjiius in ,
Alaska from the Eastern states-Colo- j
rado, Montana, etc. via Seattle, cannot is also a trained nurse, and it Is her cx
be realised here from what one reads ; Pectation that her labors will be almost
In the newsoaners. Seattle, hv i
e.nervns- , ln.s parucutar. r.as
established Itself as the bureau of all !
Information bearing upon Alaska, as well
as the basis of supplies for its trade.
Portland is urged to enter the field at
once and eclipse Seattle In Alaska.
If Astorlan realited their own Interests
they would not permit Portland to in-'
' iiaim 10 (
ter me Alas-a trade, but would estab-!
lish a line here this summer thai would
. , , , I
soon make hoi work for Seattle. It can I
K .1 , . , 1 . ; ... .1
uc. u rumoreu tnat one of j complexion of persons who? d'gs
the foremost merchants of the city lias Hon is out of order, who are bilious, or
determined to start such a line. ! who lack vigor, always exhibit an un-
Commissioner ,,f P..,. r. 0 ,. !
gaged in simplifying the work
, pension bureau.
During the time thai ;
office was conducted for the purpose oil
cutting down the pension list and keep-
, i. . . .... , .. .
..wlunma luuiiiiiK nii.'ier unu miner
... ..e- a system
of clerical circumlocution was establish-
ed. It was necessary' to take note of all I
the technicalities invented from time to
time for the discouragement of claim
ants. The result was a multiplicity of
inconsequential records which have near
ly swamped the bureau. Commissioner
Evans will return as quickly as po-lble
to the former direct method of dulng bus
iness and conducting the office in a way
to carry out the intent of the law and
aid pensioners and claimants. It has
been found that the clerical force in the
office was excessive. When the businiss
Is simplified, all concerned will find that
their cases can be attended to in mueh
less time than under the recent solui'-r-Lating
There Is a young girl in this city just
sixteen years of age, w ho stands at the j
head of her classes In the high school j
and has already obtained a teartur's
certilicate. Xaturally of a delicate con
stitution, overwork has rendered her
more delicate. Her parents are in com
f.Wte! le cir.'uir.s :i" '., but for four years
the child has bought her own ciotlies,
besld-s six-ruling money to help younger
brothers and sisters. She possesses a
wonderful memory and a natural gift
of imparting knowledge to others. Thor
ough and conscientious In her work and
a good disciplinarian, too delicate for
bard work, she yet seems doomed to a
slave's life for the lack of a few dollars
to finish her education and procure a
school. Here is a chance for a philan
thropist to do what natural guardians
refuse to do, or do not understand.
That the pending tariff bill Is especially
satisfactory to the farmer is shown by
the closing sente-nce of an article in the
Minneapolis Tribune, whose editors have
especial facilities for testing the s't,t
ment of the agricultural classes of the
country. The sentnce In qw-tion s;iys:
"There Is one thing certain; the Western
farmers will not have any cause to com
plain that the bill was constructed In the
Interest of Eastern manufacturers and
CHltnllil n opposed to their own. It I
the most favorable tnrl!T Mil to fn retri
Th.we who have been Insisting that thi
tnited State mods "more money are
uuulod o know how to explain the fac
Ihut the gnat Ijiko Shore railway re
ctntly refunded more than one hundred
million ilollars of bond al three and
half r rout IntereHt, and found plenty
of monry to take them at that prUt. 1
the country renlly needed more money
fir general hitr-ines piinH". that which
it has would not Ih looklmr for Invent
nuiit at three nml a half per cvnl per
CtllCAHO IX AKMS.
Trusts IVno-.itiCod ami War to l"e Wase.'
Ill the U'Ktslaf.ire.
Chlcauo. May 31. - Al a bis mass nuet-
lix in Central Music Hall last enniri;
resolution tun' jwsso.1 denouncing th
;as trust ami tnt railroad bills ho
tore the legislature and calllnjr w the
legislator In the name of decency, hot!
ety, justiv an.) American principle of
Kv.il self-K.nernment to defeat these
measure. The resolutions provide fir
the appointment of a committee of one
hundred to tslt Spring field this week
:,n l wage war on the measures.
HAD HIS i'U'Tt'RE TAKES.
Washington, May II Wu Tins; Kan,
the new Chinese minister, has had his
picture taken. This is not ordinary (or
a Chinaman of his decree, and rv-nulred
the attendance of a valet and severa
servants. A carriage-load of bales and
boxes containing the minister s court
dress was taken to the studio, Wu first
posed In his street dress, a Jacket of
terra cotta. and trousers of blue. After
ward he donned his court dress and was
photographed again. The minister also
.-ondtseended to pose with his wife for
Stockton, Cal., May 31. During the lost
half week Stockton has harbored a high-
I wayman bold in his acts, but entirety
' successful. His winnings have Iwn small.
I though his persistence has made men.
' numerous. Thus far the police have bee n
ural,ie to locate the man. Among his
victims are Strwt S-.iertntondent Hid
Mn- 1v'- 'lr of the proprietor
t of the Washington House, and Kd Sear,
'a milkman, all of whom were forced to
ive up ,, olllllli
M I S S I OX A K 1 KS FOR ALASKA,
San Francisco, May 31.-i:ii.it th M
Dean and Mrs. Demonette, of New York.
ar, htr" on their way to AI'Ka ,0 "
gag in missionary work in the mining
dt.aconness of the Episcopal church.
the Yukon. Hiss Dean is a
confined to hospital work
The miners of Circle City have already
to a no8pltal fund.
THE NEGKO DEAD.
Atlanta, Ga.. May 31. Miss Annie Hun
ter, a young society woman of this cit.
while out bicycling last night with her
, escort on Whitehall road, was run dnwn
negro is dead and the young woman is
rot exjH-cted to live.
j healthy tint. It Is by regulating the
or8an a"l Promotln? digestion
j ami assimilation, uiat ine parcnmeni nue
, uni.ui: . 7 v ill iicai. 11, in naiii.Tii.ru iiuiii
in.l a 111 t,.n1tU I- .h.J
cheeics. To rectify the fault of a
tonic will assuredly result
ach Blttrs- an Invigorant and alterative
'which removes those obstacles t renew-
ed strength, physical comfort and per
onal attractiveness-an imperfect diges-
tion and secretion, and a disordered con
dition of the bowels. Persistence In the
use of this inestimable corrective and
ntolc will assuredly result In renewed
physical regularity and vigor, will tend
to ir.ereajse bodily substance, and cause
the glow and clear color of health to
return to the sallow, wasted cheek
Eb-ctrlelty Is being used by dentists to
bkach th te-th.
THE OBJECTION XOT GOOD.
There are people who have objection
to advertising matter In the columns of
a newspaper. The ground of objection
is that they do not want to read ad
vertisements. Xow thl objection Is not
good, for oftentimes thise advertise
ments convey valuable Information.
For instance, how else would the trav
eling public learn of the excellent din
ing car service of the WI.scon.tin Cen-
tra! lln between st. Pauj Mi Chicago,
or the general comfort of traveling over
this popular line. For particulars call
ft the nearest ticket agent or address
J. C. Pond. O. P. A., Milwaukee. Wis.,
or Geo. S. Hatty, General Agent, 246
Stark street, Portland, Or.
Xorway i the only country In the world
v. h:ch j, not in'Ti-a-Ing its annual yield
of c. r.il-. The reason Is fo-ind In ellurite
Most Torturing, Disfiguring,
Of itching, Immi.iz, bleeding, scaly skin
and scalp l.v..., 1 i,uuitly relieved
liy a warm Lt -.villi Cxthxba Soap,
a single application of Clticl-ka (oint
ment), the great skin cure, and a full dose
of CcticCBA Resolvent, greatest ol blood
purifiers and humor cures.
P.EMKDiES speedily, permanently, and
eceHiotnically cure, when all else fails.
P"TTt rro awt Cnt. Corp.. Sa1 Prnf., RiMtnn.
atf-"UoTls Cnra Every tkimwl Blood Ugmur,"ln
PIMPLY FACES 2SrS:iJrsZf. "
-. ---, I
Tlfty Year Aso.
Ko theory o( Kcrm to chill
Altcction't buvtilinii bllir;
When sidcnt lover uok their fill.
No microbes ou thrir kic.
How h)py they were net to know
Tke rrui lad jo jears cj.
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral
is the 6tradard family remedy
of the world for colds, coushs
and lung discuses. It is not a
p;dliative, and is not therefore
put up in small cheap bottles.
It is put up in large bottles
for the household. They cost
more but cure moro.
Fads come and go but no
theory or fad can overthrow
the fact, that the greatest cure
for all colds, coughs and throat
and lung diseases, is Ayer'a
50 Years of Cures.
There are in the 1'nlted Stt Wv
keepers. Tile avenge product of
each hive is potimls.
Why is it that one man Is old and de
rrepld at . and another hnle and hearty
at SO? It deptmds on the care he takes
of himself. Often a man's body gets
out of repair the trouble grows until It
lays him out In bed. Whenever a man
feels that he is not as well as he ought
to 1m-, whenever he Is listless, without
energy and without vitality, -henever he
finds that he Is losing weight and that
his ordinary work gives him undue 'a
tlsue. he needs Vr. Tierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery. If he keeps on working
with his liver inactive and his blood Im
pure he keeps his nerves ami Ids body
under a constant nervous strain. He will
not be hearty w hen he Is old. The "tiold
en Menlieaa Iuscovery ;ures manv so-
callod diseases because nearly all Illness
springs from the same thing bad diges
tion and consequent Impure blood. The
"iMscovery ' makes the nppotlt good,
the digestion strong, assimilation ensy.
anil tne blood rich ami pure.
On Juno 0. Augusta, Me., will ecle
brate the Irtth unnlversary of th ram.
ing of the town.
Salton Sea Salt for baths at
the Estes-l'onn Drag: Store
10c and 25c per paekajre.
The Tnlted States has produced two-
thirds of the cotton consumed bv the
world for the last T years.
Don't thin your blood with sassafras
or prison k with blue-mass; but aid
Nature by using DeWltt's Little Early
Risers, the famous little pills fjr con
stipation, biliousness and Btomaoh and
liver troubles. They are purely veget
able. Charles Rogers.
,V hive of 5.1..1 bus should produce .
poumls of homy every year, and multi
ply ten-fold In live years.
"They are dandies" said Thos. Dow
ers, of the Crocket, Texas, Enterprise.
while writing about DeWltt'sI-Ule Ear
ly Risers, the famous Uotle pills for sick
headache and disorder- of the stomach
and liver. Charles Rogers.
Since IW the value of grain crops has
steadily diminished, while that of pas
toral products has Increased.
Some for ten, some for twenty and
some for thirty years have suffered
from piles and then have been quickly
and permanently cured by using: He
witt's Witch Hazel Salve, the great
remedy for piles and all forms of skin
diseases. Charles Rogers.
In 121 33 per cent of the population of
Great Britain was engaged in farming
In I'M only 12 per cent.
W. B. Johnson, Newark, O., ays
One Minute Cugh Cure saved my only
child from dying by croup." It has
ave-1 thousands of others suffering from
croup, pneumonia, bronchitis and other
serious throat and lung troubles.
The agricultural capital of Europe has
loubled since that of the T.'nlted
States has lie reas. d over six-fold.
Use Webfoot Corn Cure. No
cure no pay. or sale at hs-
tes-Conn Drue Store.
It Is estimated that the farmers of the
I'niUil States lose SlOO.'.Vioo annually
from the depri-datioris of various Insects.
Sick headache can be quickly and com
letely overcome by using thore famous
ittle pHlH knot.n as "DeWitt's Little
Early Rl.wrs." Charl?s Iiigers.
The value of the cattle In Western
America Is estimated at l2,ii,Wj,0of, or
five times that of all the cattle In Aus
TERRIBLE ACCIDENT. It Is a ter
rible accident to be burned or scalded;
but the pain and agony and frightful
'llsflguremon-ts can fc quickly overcome
without leaving a scar by using Xje-
WlU's Witch Hazel Salve. Charles
The culth atlon of sivar beets v.as
ntrolii'ed into France by Xaiioli-on; in
!,, aor-H grew ji.m.i.is'i bushels.
Not only plies of the very worst kin I
can be cured by DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve, but eczema, scalds, burns, bruis-
boils, ulcers and all other skin
troubles can be instantly relieved by
tthe same remedy. Charles Rogers.
Mr. Isaac Homer, proprietor of I he
Iturlim Mouse, Hnrton, W. V, and
one of the m,vsl widely known men In
the stale, was cured of rlu umullsin after
throe years of sufferliiir. He says: "I
have not BviftU'lont command of Initstttme
to coney any Idol of what I suffered,
my pliysiclana told tne timt uotiiliu coulil
be done for me and my friends erv fully
oomln.iM that iiotliln bn! death would
relieve me f my sunVrliiK, In June, Ivu.
Mr. Kvens, then alesman for tile Wheel.
Inr Hrui l'v., iveotunii'inb.1 t'liauibi c
Iain's I'alti Halm. At tbls Mm. niv loot
and limb w re swollen to more that"
double tbilr normal slue and It seemed
ttii mo my I. k would burst, but m,mi rft.r
I b.Kiin ui"u the I'aln Halm the swo'b
In iT U'an to deeroao, the MU1 to b.ne.
a' d lu.w I consider that I am nllr l
oiir.il. Hor s:l' hv I'Mes-tYim I 'run I'o.
I'lvm IT.'i to the prrn-tit lime
eui dores aiiutcitty h.ixo n
ftwn mal'si tiud -oa by Hie
A II. Putter, with I' t. Alums t'o .
ll:.lhii..Mi!s, Ind . writes: ' I have nov r
before tilven a losilmonljil In my life
Hut I will say lb.it for three years We
hae never Ixi n witiiout I'h.ituberl tin's
folio and I'holera and IMarrluia lieni
edy In the house, ami my wife won', I
as soon think of helim wltuout ilour is
a bottle of Hits Homely In the summer
season. We have used it ttliti all thieo
of our children and It has nner f ided
to oiirv-iiol simply stt pain, but cure
alisolutoly. It Is till rltibt, and nnyono
who trios It will tnd It ." For sale b
I'stes-i'iitm Hrug t'o.
I'aradoxlo.il as it may sound, there
are s,.iral nrlellew of tlsh that can
not swim. In etiry Instance they are
deep sea dwellers.
"There's no use In t.ilMni;." says W
II. Hrcidwell. druggist. I-i t'ygne. K.is .
"lhan:lni'l.iln' folic. 1'hobrn ind I'i.ir
rhu Iteimsly d-s the work. After taking
medicine of my own prcivaralton 'Ud
thivse of others. I took a dne of I'ham
borlaln's an.l it hole.l me: t seo.m.i
dose cured me. Candidly and i oust ion
tlously I can recommend It as the Ut
lliliig on the market. The .'. an.l .' cent
sites for sale by Kts-i onn Hru I'o.
Hood w hen It sours on the si Mti.teh,
liei-vimes Innotrllive aim -ow hob some. I
It msons thi blood, and toth u..r.d and j
isiily suffer In eons, .piotis.'. What Is
nei-dist to r'stor' wrf, ot diu'e.-iion U a!
dose or two of Ayer's I'll!. T'iov n. --r j
fail to relieve.
Tlw farms In I'ran.-e oti!llv.i ..!
ou tiers average l."i a res; tliose by
ants, Z-', acres.
Hani'mff, w hich cans, s s, nmcii I'eh
Ing of the scalp, can lie cunsl i.y Hall's
Hair Krm'wer. U-oaus.. it Is i eorrootive
tonic for the glands proil'ioing ibtn.!ru(T.
Much so-oalbd Mocha Is grown In tl.rl
Ijisl Indies and sent to Mocha. i
It Is a great mistake to suppose that t
a simple tonic gives strngth: It only slim-1
ulales the stomach to renewed action
To Impart real strength, the blood must
lie purified and enrleh.d. and tbls ran
only be done by such n standard alter
ative as Ayer's Karsaprllln.
Thi rt are about camps of tin- I'nit
ed t'onfeib rate eler.ins
Kconotny Js something that -very-bedy
tries to pra-tlce, r.nd yet Just a Mule
oversight will sometimes rob the oust
frugal and thrifty fa.nlly of i y, ;ir'f I
savings. You want to do as J. I. 1 1 1" K -man,
of Montlcello, Oa., did. lie writes:
"For six years I have kept Simmons Liv
er Regulator In my house, an.l us d It
In my family, and have had no need fr.r
a doctor. I have five as healthy children
as you can find."
The largest estates In Austria are thimo
of Prince tv'hwarzcnhiirg, r,l'i,i.i n.-r. s.
I'rlnce I.li'htenstein, l.'.l, and Arenduke
ilumlreds of thousamls have bun In
duced to try Chamberlain's Cough lb m
edy by rearing what It has .lore for
others, ami having tested lis merits lor
themselves are tid:ty Its warmest fih n's.
For sale by F.stes-Conn lrng Co-
Don't r.eplect a rough beeausv the
weather Is pleasant; before the next
storm rills around It may deve' ip Into
a aerious difficulty byond rejialr. One
Minute Cough Cure Is eaay to take
and will do what Its name Implies
t'lmmpniine it rapes are very little
than red currants.
Tfis Favorite Home Remeag.
For all diseases caused by derangement
of the Liver, Kidneys, and Stomach, q
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 SIM
MONS Liver Regulator will cure you.
If you have eaten anything hard to
digest, or feel havy after meals or sleep
less at night, a dose of SIMMONS LlVER
REGULATOR will relieve you and bring
If at any time you feel your system
needs cleansing and regulating without
violent purging, take SIMMONS LIVER
J. H. Zellln & Co., Philadelphia.
XWcctitlile reparation for As
slmitaUni the foot! Atulltctf uU
tli ttic Siomaths ami 1 Vowels ttf
iw5 nmt IVst .Condilns mrltluT
Oimim.Morptiiitt. r Miwcral.
OT N All COT 1 C.
Apcrftft Rorncdy forrortstlrvi
lion. Sour Stonvich.Pinutkiv
lurss nnd LOSS OF SLEEP.
Tac Simile Siy'nnlure of
ixact copy or wrappcr.
EgjCTi-i trn. ,':,:.,",i,,.:-'.:.lv.r.Ml,-.'-..v.a
f?S0 MANHOOD RESTORED
K ' WfT Voim or 1um-i ( lh svurmuv iTtfun, mh m It Mihl
Brrrttff .Mlrrra au lliennrnimin inipeisnrf. s t rnit.i.1. riwiMwwiiTHi turn
lrunl msriin ki.lnT ml the iinnsrr Dna.i u uupiuiu
1Um rvaaott nfTrrrrs sr not rttrt-1 by ls-inni u bmuw nmefy per eettt af ironfiii wtin
pautalll. t'l'l'l liKN R It thaoniy rimiwii esmr.tr Incur wlitiiml n nrwrmikui. ksliMlitt4.tik
is. A wiUln rlirmnlr flrtn ftixl miwr rwturiivu u stl niir uivst nut auowt yt uiimj tsuiw
UBsto,' fTlim.brni.u. K.oU tirwsari utwwiu i)imiimim
AiMira 1-Vul. MEDIUM-tXr.UlloI V. I)m tawtao, ( , ltH
CM AS IlOGRKS. 461 Commercial Sti-eL
if i xtiaatv nccTfVDrn'io,r,n,.,!:f. ?Sr!&
UjitfnIirl ututa, TWrJ anJ
Twentieth St. and MeKee Ave.
ASTORIA INVESTAIENT CO.
482 Bond Street.
notice ok filing ahhf.hh.mf.nt.
For the construction of a sewer on Sec
ond street. In McClure's Astoria.
Notice Is hereby (tlven that the assess
ment roll containing the special assess
ment for the construction of a sewer on
Hecond street. In McClure's Astoria, has
been filed In the office of the auditor and
I'ollro Judge, and Is now open for Inspec
tion, and will so remain oixn until I lis
4th of June, 1HS7, prior to which time all
objections tc such assessment roll must
he filed In writing with the auditor and
The committee on streets and piddle
ways, together with the Isnird of nses
ors of the city of Astoria, will meet In
the eouncll chamliers In the city hall, In
the city of Astoria, on Friday, June 4,
IW, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m , to
review and equalise such assessment and
thereafter report their -actions to the
liv order of the common council.
Att.-st; H- E- NKLHMN,
Auditor and police Judge.
Astoria. Or., May 2.1, Ml.
A ride In the open cars Is u chenp sub
stitute for one In a hansom cab.
CASTOR I A
for Infants and Children.
lie tit- J
Portland Savings Bank Bldg.
A complete stock of lumber on band
In the rough or dressed. Flooring, ma
lic, celling and all kinds of finish; mold
ings and shingles. Terms reasonable
and prices at bedrock. All orders
promptly attended to. Office and yard
it mill. H F U LOOAN.
Seaside, Oregon. Proprietor.
IS ON THE
CmUI It ya'. ep U e'!is l.'tl!rt relji ll
it tut f'i la t illt. P;'t ai'-o tcjont to Mil
yoi. civt. if sli en tk. cr promlM that It
it "J'.it i tf.v asd "will sstw.r stsry or
pot.. .-8t t il yea pt C i-S-T O-B I A.
JnwimiiU. f ii In lbs Jlu-k. fWinilosl niLuloes, rrvn it,llli.
"tnplrs, I'uflUivMi U Muiy, t.l'isu.tlnc rsle VsrliwU n 4
itmatiiwitliin. It sloi :l l..-s hv cv or httiiL l'fti qub-k.
B.xif Utlim, wlileti l(mirhf-ki.-l lf't Ui Mprrtnsli.rth.iN aimI
MAiMlUUU IVLO I MUU Jnntrl to eu ..1 li.no.., .11
eutmiurbu We.k Meaiorr. !xsof Hrlo Power, llntio, W
fuTei M.nh.l. Ms-buy K.iiil-loiit, Nortousue-s . all rtuj
lots oTpowTr lu Uen.Ur. Org.nt ol .liner to ud J
lion .youthful .m., i.Mlir. u-t of ''-fH """ft
Vau - lll Iimiaud. Of.
J. W. CONN. wnL A.t.rU
Hitiuitcd mi tin- .south sid
of Ar-torin's hilU.
Twuity ilfri'CH wani.fi
ainl VffrHatioii 'AO dayn in
atlvanct" of tlm North bitl.
Majinifii'i'iit Hiti-a for rtf
id(Mic'H. ovt-rhiokinp rivi
athl bay, muiny ami nhel
tercd. Easy ami natural priidcH;
little or no grading needed.
BEA8IDE LUMBER YAIU.
OFFICE 8f.S COMMERCIAL HT
AMTONIA IKON WORKN
Front Ht., foot nf 4th, A-lorla.
General Macninists and Boiler Mikes
Urn) f i Mar Fnr'SM. Roll.r "tk. Steam
boat and Cann.ry Work a Specialty.
:jUnr of All D.tcrlptinna M.d. to Orsar oa
John Fox.. ..President and Huprlntndsnt
. Ij. foi vies I'resldnni
0. B. Prasl Bscretary
Astoria Savings Bank Treasurer
ASTORIA PUBLtlC LIBRARY
HEADING BOOM FRRHJ TO ALL.
Open evry day from I e'oloek U l:M
and tM to 1:80 p. m.
Hubaeriptfon ratsa U per annum
8.W, COK. KLKVENTH DL'ANH BT-
Vssr',jVjft..'o, m riiir n 11 i,..,i.poiuin'n.
t&r J'S.J 1 b.r e.iii.rrlio.,.
J;t'llF.i.y;l 'Uwt. ,i,rmsi..rrli.e.i,
r -T'o I - n-i'' J) Wliln, 11 1, tu ml
'V OH.rnir-d li "ii.iiK--, .r sur Iril1ii,iiit,i
, - iioii, , 1 riti.111,11 or uteris
io.i.m wniHx.a. lion i.r n, ii , .. ,1 ,. ..,
krHtEvNNsCiusirMri. brAiii... Nun-tirilfliii(i.ul
nr mnt In Dlslti wrinp-t
l.f i-pn. t.. il (i
1 .''. i.r .1 li-.tll... f.7.',.
Irriilar arii, un ri'-oie.!
I hese tiny Capsules - iri . .,
Cnbebsor Injections nnd
25 wi!i.v y
tURE IN 48 HOURS
the tame disease
For eale cheap and on easy terme,
four choice building lota In McClure'e
Ah to rin. For particulars call on Howell
. Ward, 51(1 Bond street.
BUILDRHS AND CONTRACTORS.
If you want irood lumbr and lowpet
prlcee figure with tho Gbe Mills.
W. B. EDWARDS, agent.
3G5 Commercial street. Astoria,
TIlANXI'OltTATION . N KM.
Are You lUm)g KastTf
lie sure and t that your ticket
ui n e:.
This is tin
GREAT 8 HURT LINK
And all I'oiihh Kabt unl
Tholr Mscnleleeiit Tis-k. I'rarlsaa Ve-
tlbitlnd I'lnlns slid Hlse'ln far
Trains anj Motto:
'ALWAYS ON 1IMI; M
llsve glvsn tnis road a national rvpuuv
Hon. All cUumi of pasaeiisars rsrrled
on the VMllbulad trslna wlttieul eitra
ohsrus. Hhlp your frih end rvel
over this fsinoua Una All hee
W. II. MKAD, r C. KAV.'.nK.
Oen Aut. Tr r. snd I". Agt.
14) Whtnton si.. Portland. r.
Astoria and Portland
Kun'krt, Cil. an 1 1'-ns IUtv.
S. S. MOM ICR
Will Make leiwlnr Trips
ICvcry M I !
I'tmirliefer mid I r r 1 1 1 1 hi IUdiieel
WHITE COLLAR LINE
STEAMER "BAILEY GATZERT"
Ht.mera lev I'ortlivnd dally m
follows: Alder trr-l di k .41 a. nu
and 7 i t. 111. Ash (n-t dm k J a. m.
and t i. tn.
C. It. tit V. 8. N. ilihk, 111 am.
and MS p. in. t). K. & N. do.k. T
a. in. and 7 i lit.
Hut ur lay nljrHt (ahic lnv 1 Port
and frvm AUW strwl dta-k at MJ
p, tn. and Ash etre-t dock at 10 p.
111, MkmIuIo lnoludM Hunday ntftet
huat out of IVrtlatid and Atort-
but no Sunday morning boat. Nlgtit
Ual from Portland oonnecta with
at Calhlamet at t a. m. dally eioopt
Monday t"T Wratort, Clifton a4
Knapiia, ami all landtnfs on CrW
U. II. Hl'OTT. TrrsldsBU
K. A. Heeley, Arnt. Portland.
C. W. Htnne, Arnt, Astoria.
Telethons No. II.
R. P. Elmore
W. H. Harrison
...Open for Special Charter...
Sailing dates to and Iron Tillamook
and Nahalam drrxnd upun
Par I'rtljiht snd Paitsngcr
Hstta Apply To
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO.
0. tt. AN. CO.. Agrnta.l'nrtland
Lrik,LLn l.ii. .Uilrfinrlfiirniniltw.liill.tlL
n ?liarim, it no 1:-H i-h-iuo. If foiihiivntnieiinier
t iirv, ioilido I-1.I101I1, i ami limn aehra and
fnn. silicon. I nn bea In i'iouih,"ore'l lirci,
'Inijili-, Copper Colored Npots, t'lerra on
i-ir vartof tha txiir. liulror t"'y brows fn Ulnar
sill, It la Una Heuoiiiliiry lll.OOl 1'OlioJ
as fcuaranUiM Ujcnni. Wiiaolieit urn ni..t obatl
iiU'.e rwM-.a snd r'mlluiiita Uio world for a
. 1. w cannot cure. 'Jtuadl.raw lina aloars
iHlbsd tbealtlll ot moat mnllienl liliynl
duns. UflOO.OOO tMiittnl lx-hiid our utiniiiH.
t'lintil imai-autf. Alwoluti iiroofa aeni n-alad oa
jlei'.r ill n. AiMri... Odfi HKMKOV CU
"it AUuonlo Xoiuulo. ClilUAUU, UXm
Cavrata,snd Trade-Marks obtnlnrd and all Pat-
'rnt liuiinrMcondurlril ..r MoocsaTC Ttlm. i
ousorrtci tsoppoaiTi; U.S. paTCNTOrricrf.
w i nnari 111s jMicnl 1U lea UlllO lluut touu
remote from Wa.hinKtot).
Krnd fn.Hlrl, drawing or r-riitn., arlih dwrlp
iirn. Via suvim, ii pairnutile or not, Irce ol
thare. Our (ea n"t due till n.trnt la aerurrd,
a aianiiiT . " IbiwtoOlilain Palenia." with
rrt el iue in the U. 8. and lurciyn couotriaaj
em irce, Addrraa,
S Opp. PmT Office, Washington. D. 0.
H ""f' '''''" OI.'r: loirmaimmif
tl B I 'uredliil.itor.iinvi-. V-uc'tin hotr-'nti..i ua
&Jb lmnieforaiiir ;rie, iimt ir "ainrRunrau.
Trr.T.Jty. If you 1 -eterloe.iiniibi roinwiiioun.