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THE DAILY A8T01UAX. THURSDAY MORNING JUNE H. 11U7.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
Telephone No. M.
TERMS OF HVBUCBIPriOJI.
Bent by mail, pr year 16.00
Bent by mall, per month W
Served by carrier, per month 4S
best by mall, per year $2 In advance,
rout age free to subscribers.
AU eommunlctlons Intended for publi
cation should be directed to the editor.
Business communication of all kind
and remittances must be addressed to
The Astorlan guarantees, to Its sub
scriber the largest circulation of any
newspaper 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 Oregon, has,
tiext to the Portland Oregonlan, the
largest weekly circulation In the state.
John F. Handley Co. sre our Port
land agents, and coplea of the Astorlan
can be had every morning at their
stand, 124 Third street.
The declared purpose of the parents
ef Durrmnt to be his guests at his hang
ing a week from next Friday does not
demonstrate an exceeding depth and loy
alty of parental affection, according to
their evident Intent In the matter. It is.
however, significant of the source whence
the young man derived his disposition
to play the martyr, regardless of the un
tappreciaitw nature of his audience.
The Oregonlan should be ashamed to
otter such a sentiment as this, and It is
evident the man who wrote It deserves t3
be pltiwi as one whose youth whs bar-
rvn of the sacred influence of a mother's
ve. or eis ne snows nimseii aisnuaunco.
to serve on the start of any deevtit Jour-'
nal's writers by his want of apprccla-;
lion and resoeet for the d-oth n.! chap-!
acter of maternal affection. It is not
improbable Mrs. Durrant yet believes her j
son Innocent of the fearful crime for
which he is condemned, and that
looks upon him as the unfortunate victim;1" ma niarried. This is a standing fic
of an overwrought state of public feeling,
which made cravens of those whose
duty it was by law to protect him.
But if even If be were guilty of all the
crime named in the Newgate calendar.
and his mother knew It, It would be no1
discredit that her motherly devotion, her
natural desire to be with her son in his i
last earthly moments, should not be one I
wmi rraucea mereny, out rather, on
the contrary, stimulated and Increased.
Every right-feeling man ought to thank
God for having planted such an lust'net
u wunuw s neon, ana see to cultivate
circumstance, rather than to discredit
and revile .t as this writer does In the j I betan using the Pain Balm the swell
case of this poor woman. However vile I ,ng began to decrea.e, the pain to leave,
Durrant may really be. It cannot be
doubted that he is the sufferer of irure
or less persecution wben a reputable i
paper like the OregoDian can descend to
voice an attack on his guiltless and !
heart-broken mother. The article Is in!
, ,. .. a . i
..c.rc laate, uu repugnant IO We 1
j r u, juUce ami natu-1
ral feeling. There is reason to hfeve I
Mrs. Durrant would willingly take her I
son's place, even on the scaffold. If sLe!"11' ln the hou8' and ray wl,e "ould
wuiu, wmi pne aeeer'es 10 re re-
spected and honored for her loyalty ind j
devotion ought to be the sentiment
every honest and fair-minded person.
One of the most gigantic engineering
schemes ever attempted, and one that
would be productive of the most wonder
ful results if successfully carried out, is
that proposed by a Donjn man. He pro
posed to build a dam across the Strait
of Belle Isle, which separates Labrador
from Newfoundland, and thus prevent
the flow of ice cold water from the polar
regions into the Atlantic, which accom
plishment would bring about several very
desirable results. First, It Is clilmed It
would modify the climate of the entire
New England coast, as the vapor rising
from the Arctic currents is what mokes
the chilling winds that are so disagree
able In that particular section: it would
make Labrador habftable; It would keep
the Canadian ports open all the year
round, and give the maritime provinces
of that country a mild climate all the
time. The bank or dam that would be
built across the strait would be about
nine miles long and trains could be ran
over It, allowing the American rn'wa
systems to extend their lines to St. Johns,
Newfoundland. This would reduce the
trans-Atlantic voyage to three and a h- f
days, as outgoing ships pass Just a i:t
to the eastward of 8L Johns two or
three days after hating New York. Witii
the railroads extending that far people
who object to ocean travel could travel
to St Johns in a palace car and thus
save several days on the water. It will
be seen that the scheme Is a great one,
and as the three countries Canada,
Citltru Slates and England-would be
directly benefited, the Boston man hopes
to interest all of them. The estimated
cost would be a very small Item when
the great results it would bring ebout
are taken Into consideration.
All talk of the abrogation of the reci
procity treaty between this country nnd
Hawaii would cease if the proper ueps
wore taken at once to secure tne poi.oon
union of Uie two republics. Hut pt
the latter action, which Is being urirrd b
the loulc of rapidly pressing events, -ert
ous attention should be paid to tlie for
mer, against which excellent reusons ex
1st Former Minister Thurston's demon
trillion of facts and figures to the senate
finance committee leaves little room for
urging the abrogation of this treaty, ex
apt on the Selfish ground of certain In-
dividual Interests. Viewed broadly,
Mr. Thurston statea, the total not l-n
eflts Unit have accrued to tne I HUM
State by operation of the treaty amount
in money to over $til,0i,0i, llawiiil, of
courses looks to her own end of the iwr-
g-ain, ami plainly states that It the re
ciprocal relations should be Worvd sh
must seek some other market for her
trade nnd must form similar relation
with Great Krlt.iln or niunti.r etunmer
clal power. The I. nlted Mutes can not
xpect so rioh ami promising a country
to continue a bud bantam for tne sak'
M personal affiliations nor can it pre
sume on the nope mat now animate
many of the Hawaiian that ann.-x.ulw
will come sooner or later, to proven the
nogotiatlon of a reciprocity treaty be
tween Hawaii and Ktwlund, in case of
the abrogation of that now existing. T
beet solution of the whole question,
would seem, lies in some announccm mt
as to the policy of ths government with
regard to the political future of the isl
ands looking to union.. Then tne re
ciprocity question will take cane of it
THE OBJECTION KOT GOOD.
There are people who have objections
to advertising matter In the columns of
a newspaper. The ground of objection
la that they do not want to read ad
vertlsements. Now this objection It not
good, for oftentimes these advertise
ments convey valuable information.
For instance, how else would the trav
eling public learn of the excellent din
ing car service of the Wisconsin Can
1 treJ lines between St. Paul and Chicago.
!of g, comfort of traveling over
this popular line. For particulars call
on the nearest ticket agent or address
J. C. Pond. G. P. A.. Milwaukee. Wis.,
lor Geo. S. Batty, General Agvnt, 146
! Stark street, Portland. Or.
woman will ever admit that she
.wore more than number two shoes when
tion all shoemakers understand and con-
Mr. Isaac Horner, proprietor of the
Burton House, Burton, W. V., and
' one of the most widely known men in
I the state, was cured of rheumatism after
i three years of suffering. He says:
have not sufficient command of language
to convey any lde of what I suffered.
mr Physicians told me that nothing could
j he done for me and my friends were fully
I convinced that nothing but death would
relieve me of my suffering. In June. 194.
Mr. Evens, then salesman for the Wheel-
in Drug Co., recommended Chamber
. I lain s fain Balm. At tnis time my loot
1 and limb were swollen to more than
double their normal sixe and It seemed
,0 me my leg would burst, but soon after
and now I consider that I am entirely
Summer silks arc very useful at the
A H- pa'. E. C. Atkins & Co.,
Indianapolis, Ind., writes: "I have never
before given a testimonial in my life,
But I will say that for three years we
have never been without Chamberlain's
Co,lc a1 Cholera and Dlairhcea Rem
as soon think of being without flour ts
. . , ,
a bottle of this Remedy In the summer
reason. We have used It with all three
of our children and It has never failed
to cure not simply stop pain, but cure
absolutely. It Is all right, and anyone
ho tries it will ind it so." For sale by
Estes-Conn Drug Co.
The river resorts are growing dally In
Thtre Is no Joy In the world tqual to
the happiness of motherhood. A woman's
health is her dearest possession. Good
looks, good times, happiness, love and Its
continuance, depend on her health. A!
most all of the sickness of women Is
traceable directly or Indirectly to some
derangement of the organs distinctly
feminine. Troubles of this kind are often
neglected because a very natural and
proper modesty keeps women away from
physicians, whose Insistence upon exam
ination and local treatment Is generally
as useless as It Is common. Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription will do more for
them than &9 doctors in Iff). It will do
more than the hundredth doctor can un
its he prescribes It. It Is a prescription
of Dr. R. V. Pierce, who for 90 years has
been chief consulting physician of the
World's Dispensary and Invalids' Hotel,
at Buffalo, New York.
Send 21 one-cent stamps to cover cost
of mailing only, and get his great book.
The People's Common Sense Medical Ad
viser, absolutely free.
Skins on fin with torturing, disfiguring,
Itching, burning, bleeding, scaly, and pimply
luunors, inauiiily relieved by a warm bath
withCcTictiu Boaf, a single application of
CiTict ttA (ointment), the great skin cure,
and a full dose of Ccticura Rksolvext.
b toU Ui rorkBBt Dm world. PnrTSl D. C. Cosf., Soto
Frgpk, Boatom. llow m: ire Tortmm UuBan,"m
DUBV'Q Salpn4fUlrpwiMn Bm
0 AO I 9 uMIl UM bj Cuimwu ur.
a course of Aycr's Tills th
system Is set iti good working
order nnd a man begins to fee!
that life is worth living. II:
who has become the gradual
prey of constipation, does nv.t
realize the friction under which
he lalwrs, until the burden is
lifted from hiru. Then his
mountains sink into mole
hills, his rnoroseness gives
place to jollity, he is a happy
man again. If life docs not
seem worth living to you, yen
may take a very different view
of it after taking
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
Saltan Sea Salt for baths at
the Estes-Conu Drug Store
10c and 25c per package.
It seems rather funny to hear a big,
broad-shouldered fellow cull for apricot
Ice cream soda, but there are many who
dote on Just such a fancy mixed beverage.
Don't thin your blood with anssafras
or poison K with blue-mass; but sld
Nature by using DeWlit's Little Early
Klrs, the famous little pills for con
stipation, biliousness and stomach ami
llvr troubles. They are purely veget
able. Charles Rogers.
It Is surprising with what ease servants
start a bank account, the while those
who employ them arc struggling to make
both ends meet.
Use Webfoot Corn Cnre. No
cure no pay. lor sale at hs-
tes-Conn Drnff Store.
Paderewski Is a widower, but has one
son who began playing the piano
when he was 7 years old.
John W. Greaton. the well-known chem
st and metallurgist, who Invented the
alloy used In the Sc piece, died ot his
home last week. In Brooklyn.
Women are sufficiently sentlmeniul not
to put ln a heart-shaped frame the photo
graph of anyone In whom they are not
It Is a great mistake to suppose that
a simple tonic gives strength: It only stim
ulates the stomach to renewed action.
To Impart real strength, the blood must
be purified and enriched, and this ran
only be done by such a standard alter
ative as Ayer's Sarsaprllla.
Miss Slngerly, ln a correct walking
gown of smoke gray, was among Uie early
morning promenaders on Chestnut street
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 De-
wltt'a Witch Haiel Salve, the great
remedy for piles and all forms of skin
diseases. Charles Rogers.
The afternoon trains for Atlantic City
and Cape May are almost as crowded as
those running to the same resorts at
W. B. Johnson, Newark, O., says.
One Minute Cugh Cure saved my only
child from dying by croup." It has
aved thousands of others suffering from
croup, pneumonia, bronchitis and other
serious throat and lung troubles.
Sick headache can be quickly and com
pletely overcome by using thoae famous
little pills knovn as "DeWltfs Little
Early Risers." Charles Rogers.
Miss Anna Connelly and Miss Helen
ackson are frequently seen In a smiirt
little pony trap driving about West Phlla-
TERRIBLE ACCIDENT. It Is a ter
rible accident to be burned or scalded;
but the pain and agony and frightful
dlftguremCTits can be quickly overcome
without leaving a scar by using De-
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Charles
Junc roses will be employed In many
bridal boijueta next month.
Not only piles of the very worst kind
can be cured by DeWltt's Witch Hazel
Salve, but eczema, scalds, burns, bruls-
bolla, ulcers and all other skin
troubles can be instantly relieved by
the same remedy. Charles Rogers.
To the woman fond of her small hands
it may come as a severe blow to learn
that bicycling develops hands as well as
'There's no use in talking," says W.
lirondwell, druggist. La. Cygne, Kim.,
Churr.U rbln's Colic, Cholera ami Iiar-
rhoe Remedy joe the work. Aft-r t.iklnr
medicines cf my own preparation 'ted
those of others, I took a dose of Crain
herlain's and It helped me; sccono
lose cured me. Candidly and con ien
tlously I can recommend It as the Iwst
thing on the market. The 23 and SO cent
sizes for sale by Estes-Conn Drug Co.
riUHlKKSS ON TIIK TAKIKP H1LI.
Washington, June J.-Tbe senate iu:id
greater progress on the tariff Until on nn
dny since (he dolxite ociuM, coiuple'lng
more than half of the Important schviV
idea. The speaking ws by the demo'
rratlc senators, the republicans taking
no part In the debate, except nt nire In
tervnls, to answer questions wbleh would
expedite the h twice of the bill,
Jones, of Arkansas, and Vest urgul ml
nieiMii Hinomlmonts embodying In the
miilu the Wilson rate, but these were
rejected with one exception. This ex
ccpthm relates to rails, on which Vest
seeling a reduction of from ! to l cent
per pound. It was the first chance nts. le
without the assent of the committee, and
wiis due mainly to the listless mmncr
of many senators In voting.
OONWIUMATIOSH I'l l.. V IMV
Washington, Juno !. -The sen-itc In ev
ecutlve section today s(ent some tlir.e In
Mciilng whether tvnilrinailonx should
lie d, l:ie,l Iveause of the als ue- of ;
senator optuvsmg them. The vi"stl?n
arose In connection with the itppotntiinm
of J. t'lt. Scotvy to be receiver and k i
IVekabaeh to N register of the land of-
tlce at OlympU. Washington. Senator
1'ettus objected to their continuation,
saying that Senator Turner, who Is ab.
sent from the city, had requested that
the nominations N held up until il
return. Without settling the principle
Involved, the somite allowed the nomina
tions to go over.
Senator Turner objects to the nvnt'rni.i
tlon of these nominees, txvausc their pre
decessors were rvmovod from cflicv,
which he claims was an unbKilllable pro
cedure on the part of the ixecuilve.
XOTICK. KU1TISH Ki.v.
Itrltish residents of Astoria an 1 vicinity
Von are requested to meet at the ofee
of I'. U Cherry, at s p. m. of Monday,
the Tth of June, to hear and ri-celve the
reports of the various committees ap
pointed for the due celebration of the
Hy order. J. R. HKNNKTT.
ATTORNEY JNO, O. CAUMSI.K.
New York. June J. John ll. t'nrllsl".
secretary of the treasury under tlrover
Cleveland, has onnn a law iiilloe in (Mr
city. Ills headquarters will In- with the
Inn of t"urtls. Mault. I'revost Colt.
No. 1 Itrnad street. Mr. Carlisle will not
le a memUT of the tlrm. lull will net
as counsel. He will also have law otTI.-e.
it Washington ami l.qulxvUle.
IHMIS AS Ii.i;i5 AtlK.
New York, June 1-The lvnns l.inl t
railroad his Issued orders that In future
dogs will be curried as passengers' bn
gage. Hitherto th. express companies hav
ing contracts with the various com
panies have claimed the rlKht to enrry
dogs at ex.sws rates, that Is, double the
ordinary rates. The consequence of this
action his leen that fanciers ami bneler
have to a great extent erased s..nillng
their dogs to distant shows.
The complexion of persons whoe digis
Hon Is out of order, who lire billons, or
who lack vigor, always exhibit an un
healthy tint. It Is by regulating tbe
iKdllly organs and promoting digestion
and assimilation, that the parehment hue
Indurative of III henlthf Is tanjhed from
the cheeks. To reetiy the fault of a
tonic will assuredly result In rn. wed
iieh Hitters, an Invlgorant nnd alterative
which removes those obstncles ti rinew
eil strength, physical comfort and p r
sonal attractiveness an Imperfect diges
tion ami secretion, and a disordered con
dition of the bowels, f Persistence In the
use of this Inestimable corrective nnd
ntolc will ussur.illy result In renewed
physical regularity and vigor, will tend
to Inrrense bodily substance, and cause
the glow and clear color of health to
return to the sallow, wasted check
A cushion In college rulers Is a com
mencement present, any student would
Dandruff, which causes so much Itch
Ing of the scalp, can. be cured by Hall's
Hair Renewer, because It Is i corrective
tonic for the glands producing dnndruff.
The gas stove Is now doing full duty,
and the gas bills are Increasing accord
ingly. Dan t neglect a cough because the
weather Is pleasant; before the next
storm rolls around it may develop Into
a serious difficulty beyond repair. One
Minute Cough Cure Is easy to take
and will do what ls name Implies.
A bicycle ride
bath Is drerncd n
followed by a turklsh
wnsonii be happening.
"They axe dandies" said Thow. Row
ers, of the Crocket, Texas, Enterprise,
while writing about DeWltt'sLlttle Ear
ly Ruw-rs, the famous little pill for sick
headache and disorders of the stomach
and liver. Charles Rogers.
1'Ih gray frocks were noted at
sahlckon Heights yesterday.
Food when It sours on the stomach,
becomes Innutritlve arm ,iwholeome.
It poisons the blood, and both imnd and
body suffer In consequense. What Is
needed to restore perfect digestion 1.4 a
dose or two of Ayer's Mils. They never
fall to relieve.
It Is to be regreted that long,
earrings are to be revived.
The rose-pink parasol lakes on'
years from many a woman's age.
Proposals will be received by the North
went Construction Company at Its o.Hc
In Astoria until noon, June 8, 1S'i7, In
tho furnishing of material and construc
tion of a station building nt Seaside.
Plans and specifications may be seen ul
the ofilce of the undersigned. Th- right
to reject any or all bids Is reserved.
NOKTIIWKHT CONSTRUCTION CO,
Twentieth St. nmi McKee Ave.
ASTORIA INVESTMENT CO.
4&2 Bond Street.
Portland . logs (lank Did);.
A complete stock of lumber on ham'
In the rough or dressed. Flooring, ru.
tic, celling and all kinds of finish; mold
Ing and shingles. Terms reaonahl
and price at bedrock. All order,
promptly attended to. Office and yarO
at mill. II F U LOOAN,
Seaside. Oregon. Proprietor.
.SNAP A KODAK.
t any man coming out ot
our store and you II get a
portrait of a man brimmiug
oer with pinwuit thouglits.
Much quality In the liuuon
bars to offer are enough Is
I'teu. any nun
COMH- ANI THY Tl I KM
HUQHES & CO.
WING LEE. 543 Commercial stif;u'l',,,'T bu,w,1n", loU ;"
Astoria. For particulars call un HoueU
limit I' rinl-on I'-p.iriiin ni is tin M
hi of shopiKm who dute on the emll
mition of ripuillty ami tnixli rute prlc--.
Reonomy Is sumethlng that verytody
tries to practice, and yet Just a little
oversight will sumetiine rob the moat
frugal and thrifty family of n year's
savings. You want to do as J. '. ln- k.
man, ot Montlcellu, "..i.. did. He riles:
' Tor six years I hav kept Hlmmons Liv
er Ibgiiliitiir In my bouse, nnd used It
In my family, and have had no ni-rd for
a doctur. I ha flve as healthy children
as you can find."
The tirious set pi s formed of Immor
telles thai were uru-,1 on Ihtiiraiiiin Day
revelation In the lUirlM' art.
Hundred of thousands have been In
dueed to try Chamlx-rliiln's Cough Item
edy by reusing what It has dune for
others, and liming tested Its merits for
themselves nre tmliiy Its armst fi li n Is.
Kor sale by Kstes-i'onn Drug Co.
The four-in-hand display at Wlssiihlek
on Heights ts always of Interest to tlir
NOTICE OF FILING ASHKHSMKNT.
For the constriction of a sewer on Sec
ond street, In McClure's Astoria.
Notice Is hereby given that the assess
ment roll containing the special assess
ment for the construction of a sewer on
Second street, In McClure's Astoria, has
been filed In the office of the auditor and
police Judge, and is now open for Inspec
tion, nnd will so remain open until the
4th of June, JS97, prior to which time all
objections tc such assessment roll must
he filed In writing with tho auditor and
The committee on streets nnd public
wnys, together with the hoard of iise-s-
ors of the city of Astorln, will meet In
tha council chuniU-rs In the city ball, In
the city of Astorln, on Krlilny, June 4.
IKi'. at the hour of J o'clock p. m., to
review and equalize such nsses-ment mid
thereafter report tlwlr actions to the
Hy order of the common council,
Attest; II. K. NKLHOX. ;
Auditor end Police Judge, i
Astoria, Or., May 2.'.. l'ST. I
6i Co., Agentsi
Fresh from the mills for 1S97 fishing.
Every ball iruaranteed. Please report
nnv Itniwrfw-llnm CIV Iff. !
TATIONS. Kvery ball must be marked
"MAKSIIALL & CO., SHREWSriUIlY
MILLS." Manufactured from selected
flax specially for COLUMBIA RIVER
FISHING. Bee that every ball bears
the MARSHALL label.
6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14-ply 40's.
12, 13, 14, 15, 18-ply Ws.
7, 8, 9, 10-ply 30's.
ft- . ,
tail, jrfr sr
Situntoii oh tlm Honth nitlt
of A i-tt triii's liills.
Twt'iity tlori'im vnrintr
nnt vt'jrt'tHtittn !H) iluyn in
iulviuit'0 of t Ho North hMo.
Miijjiiillcciit nitt'H fur it'f
itltMicos, tvirlookiiH! 'iv"
nmi bay, sunnv and hIh'I
Kasy ami rmtural unuK's;
little tr no grmlinn i'tletl.
AMTOHIA IUt)N WOHKH
Front St., foot of 4th, Astoria.
General Macnlnists and Boiler Maka i
1 iuJ tnj Mm Ln(in... Biim uit, Si..
fce.l ins Csnnoy Woik S.iUII)i.
Lxiit. ul All Difertptlun. M.J. in Onl.i o
John fo,.., Presld.nl and Huprlntsndui
A l Fog Vie. 'rsldeni
U. II. I'rs.l Hecretarr
Astoria Savings Dank Treasurer
ASTORIA PUBLIC LIBRARY
ItKAPINO RXM FRKS TO ALU
Open tvery day from I e'cloek to IH
and I m to l:W p. m.
Hutiscr'ptlon rstes II sr anauov
B.W. COR. KLKVKNTK UUANH ITS
i" em e. fiMeixMn
riuwlt for t!,nmrrtM,
i.i.h-1, S.pi m.lot r bie,
. J " iiiim, an
m to hiii li'n, lirii.lun or nlr.
I'siEiusCsis-eiifii tt.n-.. uinovbi
..ci.it0 n lew.
-er ni in iuin rrsr,
lr .IPM. frvi.l f,,f
fi ni, ,.r Imiiu., sin,
l'lrvlf nil w. tmilMI
I hrte I
! I:ny Capiuicj j.i.
id C4ii4m c; to i.i
r..t l i .
v,uorm o' ininr'icr ii -i
CURE IN 48 HClWiA"-
th ume ditrstri vi!h
For sale cheap ami on easy terma,
Ward. M ilond street.
nt'ILOERS AND CONTIUCTOK8.
If you want good lumber and lowest
prices figure with the Onbel Mills.
V. Tl. EPWAItnH. kgent.
353 Commercial street, Astoria
Pine Music. Ilani. of All Kind.. Tr
Good Order and Everybody's Right.
J. B. WYATT,
Phon. No. 6S
PAINTS nnd OILM.
Spatial Attention Psld ts Supplying Ships.
Signature la printed la
across tbs '
Aa a farther protection aiainat
j r AgsaU lor tbs Uoltsd Autst,
JOHN DUNCAN3 SONS, N. V
-JJ of every
if bottle of
- (the Original
n ly sndOenulne)
II yJ y Worcestershire
Anyone nmdln skstch .nil desrrlptlnn mar
qulcmr sseeruin, froB, wlielher sn Inraiillini la
pmhslilr ii.iiiHlilu. 'Miiiiiuiili-alliiiia Irlellr
connimll.l. ()lr,i aaiic; f.irsecurlii. ilB,.i
la Amanra. W. h.n Wsahliiston nfflni
I'aiania taken thruuidi Miwu A Co. rMxtire
spwial notloe In Ui.
besuflt illr lllnraiil, lanroat etmilation ot
a;i -lr..ilno (..urn I. "eair,u-rni..iiiiari
.-bh niiintlia. r-twt-iiiien oupi.-. and liaao
Book OS Iuthsts niii (rue. Aauai
MUNN A CO.,
3St Ur.ttdwnr. Mew Yerk.
Arc You (ioinsr Ktt
lis sure and ass Dial your tl-ht .
This U Uit
OliEAT SHOUT LINE
And nil PointH Kut nnd
Thslr Mgiilfienl Trs. IV.rl... V.e
tlli'ilp.1 inning snd HUMipliuj Csr
Trains nnJ WjiIu:
"ALWAYS ON TIMU
Have given tins road a national reputa
tion. All clams of passriig.rt rsrried
on the vmtlhuled trains wllhout itrw
chnrg Mhtp your fraigbt and travel
ovsr this famous Una All sgstita tiata
W. M. MEAD. F, C. $AVAOIC
Oen. Agent. Trsv. r. and I'. Aft
HI Washington si.. Cortland, nr.
Astoria and Portland
Kurt'lu. fill. Jiul Cum lUy.
S. S. MOM IS R
Will Make Kru'tilnr Trifm
Hvcry m Iityn.
I 'nase Ltfers mnl I'rriulil al ludnr!
WHITE COLUR LINE
STEAMER UllEI GATZERT"
Rtimri i-ve I'ortlnnJ dally as
ftillows: AM.-r ntrwt d.ak I IS a. m.
ojiJ 7.45 p. tn. Ash strt-t dork T a. m.
and I p. m.
C. It. and V. H. N. lw-k. t ii a.m.
and 1:43 p. m. O ll. N. 40,11, T
a. m. and 7 p m.
Haturday ntght steamer leaw I'ort
and rrtnn Akbt- ntivpt disk at 0:4$
p. m. and Ash strent duck at 10 p.
m. Hchedule Inoludos Bunday nlcM
boat out of Itortland and Astorts.
but no Bunday twrnlnc boat, Nlffcl
boat from IVrtland eonneois with
Steamer "MIU K"
at Cathlamet at S a. m. dally ssospt
Monday T Wretport. Cllft m a4
Knappa, and all landings on Orsjaa
V. It. Ht'OTT, rrenldsnL
E. A. rWIy, A sent, t'ortland.
C. W. Hton., Asent, Astoria.
Telephone No. U.
R. P. Elmore
W. H. Harrison
...Open for Special Charter...
Balling tfst.s to and Iron Tillamook
snd N.hsl.m S.pnd upon
Por Pr.lnht and P.ng.r
Pst.s Apply To
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO.
R. N.CO Afants.PortlsnS
urrd In IM'iKA ilari. Y in imnlia tro.i,i .1
homo fiiranm. priim uml.r anm. KUHrna.
If. If rouiin fi r Kio.malicra i.awnln.n.
tract Uimrrallr Mil famandhiii.lbllli.an4
n ..imii-ioiin. iiyniiuavncaaanmer
line lifitnah. anil aim hava arh. ...
pnu-a, ni iiciiiib i-iairiifiN in ninuiit, More Tliroau
I'linplna, t opper Colored Mpnts, Hirers ua
mr part of lli.tiotif, llnlrnr Kyehrows fit 1 1 1 n 07
nt, ll IS this Sneonilnry lll.oou I'OlsitA
as Rosrantea toeun. Wo uliriubanvnt oli.ti
imtecsse snd etislleiiRn the world for m
i i.-,, -uiiniiu.,viiini . ma iii.wa.. no. siwafs
tin Hied ths skill of the Hunt riiiiiimit iiIit.I
clmii. aaO(,MI( eaniu.1 buhlnd our unronia
Wunal snaraulr, Alwolutti nriMifaaant waUil ia
luttinriMiraaant walad OS
la. CUIUAUU, XU.
flirllt:nth in. Addraaa r
') AiMunlo leuwlo. CUIUAUU
i Caveat snd Trada-Marks obtained snd sll Pat-1
(i-ni Duiinccomlurled Ut MoOtSaTt FICS.
Oun Ornes is Ossositc 0, S. fsTSNTOrriei
and wo tan art nr. fuiieiit ia lea tiai. tUaa tuoac
remmo frum Wa.hinlim.
bend mialrl, drawing or photo., riih dnarrlp
llm. Wo aiiriaa, II paimiahle or nut, Ire. of
JuiK. Our lea nut duo till juitrnl la ai-i:urrd, ,
A P.MSMLT, " H"W to Olilain i'alcnia," wllh
-')! ul aania in tha U, ti. anil luroign counuia
Knt (reo, Addreia,
Opp. tTtnT OrriCK. Wabminqtom. D. C.