The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899, June 09, 1897, Image 3

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    TIIK DAILY ASTORIA N, WEDNESDAY MOKNINO, JUNE 9, 1897.
CALHOUN OPPOSES
ANNEXATION
. He Thinks tiilmn Asr.linlliitlon Im
' ' possible at I'rcscot.
MV.S. I.I i: WAK.MLY I'lUISl l)
1U Sytniiaihy With l.l.a-Ca S No Cap
lo the War, (id tha DeVaMa
llui U (iriitalni.
t'M.-llUn, Jlin,. K -'I'llx f'llli'nM" Tribune
i'tirriiiiihtil, C'hna, . I'riir, loll'
ru,li dm fnlluwIiiK frmn New Vol k :
HiM-iliil CuimtilaaliMii-r W. J, Calhoun
Wt M'tllllHil hnrn yrnlxnluy fruin Culm
May I liu I Iik hml fuiin,..) I lie lintiraaalun
l.r.ir IkivIiiM llm alnti-a llwl n'ri'
mitl .ih..iIi))' ImttalKa wi-re rli..f uyunta
In Urn liwiirm'lliiti. I la had nut Immi
Hutu inn iliiyn Imfurt" hn u comlnc
l Hit' V lie atrulistll of llin ('ulniil h'0
iln in Uirklim I ho liiKiirr'H'tliin. 1 1 h
ihiiih kii i IpHiI I hut lii r-ulliy thn iriiyii
f I'uUi fur llm I'uluiii aiul llml hry
hihiIiI fm lit ilrH'riili-ly for ltii,u-nd
tiiii'n, I'.viryiiiiiia he ul'i'iuiitly uw
and ' hi-nr-l miviiothxiUHl ttiU belief.
i"iillunin liiul litsinl Dm rHirt of pa
t in. i i ii.ii l.y ili iH-rul V-li-r iiml h'l
-r'1li.l il in in miinr ili-nrir. Ilia tiny
In "ill- l'irt)nl thla iml Ion Iloioull
WH tliul llin m. IflruUiill wlil-ll waa r
jKirinl Inmnul ln fuund alitna vl war
Mryxli.rr, run at llin gnt,.a of tt vn-
IM. Tlu. K.ntilli lru h.-l'l it i mm
part nf llif i.lnn.l n an iirmy of oitii
iMtiliin. wM Hi., iiiniiiwniu mere mnklii
miWtlllll uml llflnll till i'.'f ill flilrlt, jlr,
( illlwillll DM Ml lltl.r arl Willi ltr
rvlt,-n,-i-a of iirtiiitl warfare- Unit It vat
out a 1. 1 mi I .im. iniMit I Iml tm run 1.1 nr
tut r4hl of llm our. ami tlml Ilia il. vnutif
lion tut vruvi lug.
Mr I'lilluiun rauM Iml Hammr that
luiy ii..r.i.li to rlvllitn.l inHhoda f
Warfare. Ulna mini on nitlmr sl.ln
lln waa utnrtuinn lth tv Ii1r.ni-. (
ah.iw l.'ui atr Itl.-a roiiKiiltiial iy )ig
autk-ra uiMlnr Wi-ylrr, particularly Dm
Bia-rtllaa, wlm fmin a (mrl f tin- r,:ilar
uriny Hu h aa lie u nl.- In In
Vnntlltain h r .li.illy .-llrrnlly proVMl In
Im iwrrvtlir aim,-,) Hn nl.ii h-nrnr-l It
wu true lli.it thn H.-.1 (r.M H.Kiniy
Wua li..l permit l1 lo pnn ln Ha iirn.-nii
f m.ri-y U-iwn.ti tin. ton ruuiriiiliny
untilnk. Thu rrftiMl i nm.lr - .ir
H-uiilli BuviYtimntil.
Mr i'mIIimiiU'i ln.iilrl. mi.l
lnvntlintlniia Imvn autlaDi'.l lillll tlml
Ilia larttl.in li li. I ufT,illi- imi,., ,y
NVnyli-r'a rnt oii.rlilratliiii ixil.r r mil
m.iKB. rull Hp .i ihn acmina of Inla
fry nl Mntniiiua, irh .l.-l.-rmlncl lilm
n lix.h ti fiirihi-r Itilo Ihn I hna of III
rar, U'.hiuim. Im Im.l imnn rlioiinh
Wnjia Mr. ("iillimiii .n,i noi miach o
nu.-i Imi-.riiuu in I lllie n-rii-y aa o
otllrr Idlllana of III qtlnatlun, Wtial (l
war .11.1 n.it ciuan dim miy fnnra for
Iw rnllr.l Hlulna In nu... Ihn w.-y of
lflllip-ri.ui y ahoul.l t ml. fid ,y ih
ajiiniliilairtitliMi un.l l.y rntinnt tiiirlnir
hla atny in PuIm. Mr. Calhoun kv
Itrrai or iitirini.iri to (Im ilnnii. lal
iiNi.ltniia .. iin...rt.Nkl irrf.-.-tly
iiui inn n.iW or iiwiirK.-til la lo
in l:il. -iN-iaU-n.'a- l v liankriipiliiii Hain
Whllr hf ili.l mil mr ni tuiil Imnhriti'li y,
In. f.iiin.l Out) tin. itihIU c.f thn Hiiii-
aunt Hua KrowiiaK (..-.ilirr, lh.it faith In
Ha (.1.1111 v lo pull t!,r..iii.:h M
nlluf i-r n iiliioti Hamuli .irti.llia
In llnnrvi, i!n,i t:, in nntrhliiK thn
futiim .ran of th liiurr.-iMi)ii.
Hpnliia nl.imy in K'-t inoiu-y inu.t nlm,
Ni run-fully A,iir,i Mr. Cillioun ul,..
Jmnnl liiil.'li iilmtii thn rirriitl.ui tiiii.iu;
Ihn f.vvi.rll.i of ('timittta iiml Wrylnr In
tin. M.in. ni r Hi.. tro.iia iiikI nnarii-iul
rruru!..ii..it to ,ny, W,, i ,-rn pinna
up. nit im in, i not fw 0,1, iir,in,-h
f llm Hniulry i lmimtn i-lr. hlh- tint
rlmiv.1 with thn ri.ponlt.iy f loiniu
Intliiir n pollry of inti-rvoiitiun or of l .
Hm-n-tiry. Mr I'ailioun r.-iurn,l from
. ... ni.:i ma n Hill 111 II. I.- Up Hint Hi)
i-ii.-.iiiuii.in,.iii Mil. mi 1.1 l- Kv, ,
imiir. to rx--l iiiiiinxntl.tn 'ii thn I'iiII..,!
rtluii-a. If Himln will not M-rnilt ilinm
in luirrluiHi. thnlr lii.li-fn.t.'iiii- and thr
llnltiil Hlnlra at.pa In on thr itrmiiitia
f hiiiniinliy or of coinnu-n-liil lnl,r-i,
or of nilii-ii roll. Mil, ,ii, o Hi,,p .
miirruri.. In hla vlnw It hIioiiIiI Im lth
ii ill-iliirl iiml a-rH- lili.l.-il.ur llui! Hint
It la not ii Hli-p tuttnr-l nun, k.hi.im 'l l-.i
nwlmllutlori of th,. niUr.l populnilon ol
thn laliitnl, ii a hn look-. lit It, wnn, Ir
Iihi lilllrh for 111,- Cnlli-.l Hlill.H, lit IniM
III tli- pr.i..iil c.-iuiiililnn. ,.k o;iiiiiun
wna Htnln. with iiiin-h friiiikn.-ari, lint:!
to Ciitwna r. ii. I Bnpnhir.iH, u-nl
vlnlnin -,ny i-onMil, n,.,. In ivlntitn; It hrr.
Air. Cnlho.in , iiiirlii,( ,j mhi iuIv ,,-nH.
SIMMONSX
7 TV"
Hb Favodie Home Remetig.
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
jnONS Livlr 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
KLCULATOK will relieve you and bring
pleasant sleep.
If at any time you feel your system
needs cleansing and regulating without
violent purging, take SIMMONS LIVER
Regulator.
J. II. Zellin & Co., IHUadolpIda.
JSP"
regulator7
''WaflaWHaTflKlfl 'rl f' laTaWIt-
Ina" (Iniinrul tivf, mil only fur till emir
aW III 'hn Hull man, hut for Urn vlnr
un.l pniniitinaa with whli'li I ho conaul
anii'lill uriilltlnl lllllianlf III thn Cnat'H
of nil Aiunrli'iui iilllti'iia,
IIDNIJH OV Ol-D NKW VOKKKKH.
I rrM'iV
ni, liy Workliiuii on Aaliir'ri Niw
llull.lltlK Ullo, !
Now Voik, Jiiiw A huiiiun aknlilun
niMl hiialinla of Imiii. went foiin-l l.y
vrkninii who Wnra niruvulliia for th
fouiiiUtlon of Aniur'a thlrty-4lury hullil
Inat on thn alia of Ihn truoturn lit llnxnl
wny untl lli-rtur atrnnl, lit hlrii Jay
Moiilil mid Huaanll Hiiko uail to huv
llmlr uftliiMi. Al flral I ha innn IIioiikIiI
limy hiul ,lla ovnri.,1 ,1 rli.w lo auinn (irrrii
irlni.., liul u liyaluiKlnr il" li-,'l It wa
only Ihn ovirllow frinn Trinity rliur-h
yaul, whh h rrnlirnrii.l whnt la now llac
lor ali. i t mul Urn luii.l aunih fur anviul
IiuimIimiI f.rt, Willi" to thn w..I II run
low ii to thn North rlvrr In a apl.ui.li.l
In w n-llko Hirk. Thnao Ijori. a, In, ili l.i" -,1
limy hum Ix-.-ii thoa.i of illiu'rluua Nnw
Vorki-ra, for aomn of th" flral fnlnlllra
of Ihn Trinity purlah who Im.l n.-.-ii r,.
i. rr.-l llu-ro wmu avlilnittly uvi-rlirokml
whin thn ronlmila of llin 'iillh.Trl por-
ll.iii of Ihn t'htiri'liyuril wirn tiikmi up lo
niiikn room for lu-rior irot mul tin.
piivolil-nla Ilia aki..-lon fouii.l toil.iy
lay fu. In lliu nnat, fully all f.,.1 I., low
thn ol.lt I fomiilnthMi atoiina of the olil
Imlhlliitf. It waa In-low thn anw.ra ol
Uroiulway. low.r lluui prlvtn vuulia
of ol. I Trttilty. nl fifty f.t uw.iy.
HK.VZII.H TltHflil.i:,
Him la ilolua" lo ll'ivt, a New l r.al.li in
Ni-w- York, Jinn. - A apnclnl lo th.
Il. liil l from lllo iln Jim.-lru .ia:
I'rraiili-m Morni-a a an iIih ply -lio rlri.
il at li-irut H.tlral liii l.lrnla iiml ililfl-
(iillli-a whli-h have la-nn rnua.-.I liy fne
ll.uiul airlfn that hn will r.-ainn hla oiM.-i-
liln r.-mria r.r.-lil In Itto Junrlru
flMin tlw nulrliinl aim.- that th.' Il.illiin
K ,-rriin. nl li la ,1.-. I.I.-.I thiil llin In. I. ni
nltliv iiraiilr.1 In ttiillmia Injur.-. I In thr
lllo lirjinln r-olt l.y thn llnnlll.in ii.n-
ri..ii.nt lima I Ih pul.l without furlh.r iln
U. 'Iiimml Uin h.La iirin.iiii.-. thai
lie will m-rifl tlm ijfT.-r of thn aupp irt 01
Ihn H..H1.11.1I party of ArKrlitliii un.l U..
i iiiu. n run. 11. luii- for ihn pri l.l.-ii -y. II,-
haa laaur.l a. luaiillnalu ilnlurliiK that l.i-
will. If rln-ini, ii.n.rii without imrro
(Hillll.nl aplrlt. nut will onporUlly ,1, .
lolu hltnanlf l llin (-.-i.iM.lnir.il Inlon-la
of Ihn roiimiy
CI T t'lr 1 1 i:it Cllll.tl'H iii:.m,
Inillmui Worn 111 TIihukIh
tho Uml ln-
inuti.l.il It.
IikIIhiiiik.I.. I n.l , Juiui n.- Mra. Jrrry
llul, 0111I1. thn yimiur wife of 11 W'nal
r'rmikhti. I'oany i-ooiilry, fannnr. .ir-
rincnj lu-r four-vur-ohl luii-hti-r will.-
luUirlnt un.l. r tlu hiillut liuitlon that thn
IaiOiX i-uininiiixlml lu-r In 'In an. Hhn hua
nri risar.l.al aa partly Ina.inn for
ymr. hut waa nrvrr n-Biinlwl aa .linu.-r-
oua On Hun. lay. whllr Dm hualmn.l wna
iil.a.nt, alio took hrr luiiKhtnr Into thi
uolnnim, auttl nfii-r a fnw iiioumiiia
w.ilkol Into thn kllrllrll with thn rhll.l .
hrii.t In Imm hun.la un.l rilul.lir.l I; lo
thn cook. Thn Intti-r flwl In ti-rror. Whrr,
llol.-omli nrrlv,-.! Ina wlfn waa I.01111.I
with i-orila A lul.'i.r ki.lf.-. u ahnrp
ita a rnmir. wua foutnl i-,.nr,iil.-l 111 l,.-r
ill-an. Thv i-h'.l.l'n iH-rt.l, w .ia anvt-mil
(r.nii thn Uaty jual ulan r thn alniul.l. r.
Wllnl.KrtAI.K tilt.WK HollllKIIIKH.
Klfly llo ll-a
Hioli-n Trom
tVnntrry.
Onn liiillnnn
linlluliiipolla, ln.1 , Jinn- $.-Thn .llanov
rrv hua la-mi nm.ln hy a farmer th it l.lrk
rr.-rk rnmnti-ry. flvn inll.o mnllh.'.ial of
In re. hua lmnn ulunwl rmptlt-il r-'ivnlly
of l.uiinl 1-o.llra. Al lenat Mfty lio.llra
wi-m atoh-n l.y chouN In piirth ul ir. A
farmer tww lyliiK insir a new Kr-.ive thr
hrouil In whhh the holy Im.l ix-i-n l.ur
n-,1. 1, amy n nuiiilier or nr.iv.-a wnrr
oH-n.-.l mat In elKhl out of ten the Lo.ilra
hint la-nri atolrn, 11 n.l In ihr.-n the cof
fin, elothliiif 11ml all were mlaalnu, Kv
eryom. who hua n frlriul luirhil I pre
purliiic to opn the Kruvn.
CHUN 1"t)U INDIA.
City
of Kieretl Will Hull
Ciih-uitii.
June 12 fur
Hun I- raiii la.-o, June S. -The City ol
Hv. ri-tl. i-harti-re.1 hy Ihn Kovi-rnnirtit In
curry fno.1 to tho atm-vlna" Hlnilooe.t, will
null for l iilruttii Junn 12 from thla lily.
The rami) will i-onalat almost entirely or
.rn eoinrlliulril hy pniple of lllnnla,
lown, Kiiiihiim un.l Neliniakil, under the
ulriHlilp of tin- Chrlaihin lleruhl, ol
i-w York. On rem-hlng- Cnl.-ut'ii. thr
u in I n will la- ru-nt Iniiiirilliiiely to thr
American ml.-MlohnrlrH mi.l will he illa-
trlliuteil hy thrill illi-. rtly to the nl u vim:
people.
l'nit I'l IlK 1-1 it ill.
c.tll.'iirnliin.i
lVternilm-il
Their Htiito.
to Clrllll l'p
Hun l-'rniiclacii, June The mnmifiic
lurera nn.l pioilucera uanin-iitl,in recently
!.-iit out cnmnuiiilciitloim to the ii'l.;ate
i.r the pure foo.1 coiiKreaa naklriK thnl
lln-y enllat the co-operutlon of Injuria ol
triule uml Iniilth, pollen Juilnea and prof
ceutlnH" allorneya In the. tlirht for pure
food. All thnae who have ailHWeriNl the
letter of the 'iiaaaclutlon luyrrro that the
work of protecting the cltlicna of the
Hiul.. from Injurious iidultci-titlona, na
well ii a protecting the reputation of Cal
ifornia fruit In eastern market, should
Ihj pniHecutiHl with tho utmost vl-or.
' TOIITE JU'HT KXri.AIN.
New York, Juno 8. A speclul to the
Ilnrnl.t from Corfu stiys:
M, ZiiniiiddH, the war minister, la leuv
Inir Athena for I .inula. Turkey Is still
rtinfiwlmr Thessuly, and the umliassii
iors i re ilrinumllnK nn exphinatlou of
the porto.
FICMAI.K riUlKJLAHS.
(liikl.ind, Cul., June 8. The police nrr
llrnily i-onvlnceil that the home of Mnn
unl IJIiim, of Elmhurst, which waa rohla-d
on Pnturdny nlKht, was looted hy two
women nnd ono man, nnd on that ns
lumption ure lookliiK for female lutrir-lura.
, AND
NOT SUICIDE
The
Latest View uf the Hurfmau
- C4 In 'Prlsco.
Tin: iu)okki:i:m:k ii:noi;nci:i
Admit that Hi Accnanu Are Crooked,
hut Haya They Were .Made 5o at
Notlaial'a lnMance.
Hun I'runi la.-o, Junn I - A a. iiaulloiuil
arrlKiirrunt of lainic lloffmmra Ixiok-kmH-r,
Tluialori KlKrl, wua nm.ln lual
nlirht hy Attoriny Henry Arh, ajwiiklnii
for tho luirlnrra uf Ihn nmrrhutit, who,
hn ,rr:irra, wua lt,llnrut')ly inill'ilerell.
'I'll I a aim. in, -lit wua riiu.lc- In thn prra-
iiib of A'ha' purlfi.-r, II, II. Itothachll'l,
iiml of Joa. Nnphliily, counai-l for Mra.
Hoffman. It rnvli-wa thu tuae, uml ia hi.
irifuin. nl uKunt Ihn Hi.-ory of . oh-loV.
riK.I'a frh-rala IIikI r Milan for ronvtrul-
uluilon In thn illarovery of nnw Mll-ru-aa.
w hoar leallmiany, ttwy any, tinrta
lo provn tin ullhl for Klu.-I, im l of un-
mhrr wlin.-aa who ronflrma tha aaarr'.Uni '
111 ... I,- l.y KlKel to Chief l-t-t that Im '
liilnul.-l 10 aell hla C-ralllr revolver;
un.l t.uy n wi-uiH.n of ureuter powi-r.
U In n illreetly ou.-ailonn.l aa to wfu ther
hla hooka wouhl com out nil rla-ht un-
r rrl t-iamlnutlon, KlKel frankly)
mlmllteil lh.il they wouhl nut. Iln nliu.-.i
thul he hail niu.li- f 11 Ian nntrl.-a In Iln-
lunik nerount In thn flrm'a lolK,r on I'u
auififeation of Mr. 1 1 off 111 11 n. aa thn !atn-r
uppnrelitly Olil not w 11 lit thn laxika lo
ahow hn hu.l l-e.-n ilrawlrnK III rx,ea4 ol
hla ri-Kiiliir 11 How .un .-.
U lu ll aaki-l If the lK,ka wouhl foot
up nil rliihl In olln r ri-aHM-ta, he .nth!
that no one Iml hlma. If rouhl ill ii
tlu- lMMka l.iiliinrr, 11 a ninny eiilrl.a hml
lo Ik. Iliu.lr of Whhh he lilolle kllrW.
It wua thn Intention of Hot li. lill I ai .1
Arh lo oniMrn thn flrm'a ,-lKrr u ouut
of thn Ixin.lon, I'nrla nn.l Ainerleiin hank
wllh thn llrm'a hook of thn aalllr Inalltu
Hon, hut 11 nearrh for tho latter provril
frulil.-aa uml u lrmuM-rll hua Ix-.-n iiaKn.l
for.
In nil hla rurliiK affulra KlK. I rmployn I
lar l AtklnaiMi, CUu.li Ilurllnxuin
un.) Will Tuylor aa hla iik-.-nta. Tiny
iurrhaa4-l the horaea for him, niiinuitrd
hla atutilr, nritl )n-l at hla illreetlon. Ill
all their trunaartlona th. y w. ro reaiwim I
hln to FUrl.
Thra,- men rhilm I hut Muni waa vrry
forliiint.. In hla i)rulliu;a with horan r.u-
lint, ami la very heavily a winner on
K.i inn. It la aul.l tluit morn than onr.-
tliivm iiif.-ma wnrr rommlaalonetl to a
iter nu much 11a ll'ai) on alnitlr rin-r.
TAMMANY HALL. WXKEItKXCM
Committee Xuineil to Cormlih-r the New
York City Convention.
New York. June .-The Tamm.uiy Hull
urf.-renen, wl.l' h la to i-onfer with Mm-
llur roiiimlttnea of democratic oru inliu-
tlona of KIiiks, guiH-na uml ltl.-hnion I
coiintlca an to Ihn Imsla of te'iresi-nin-lion
In thn di Itinera He city convention, aa
well ua lo cull the convention, hua hern
named l.y Chairman Jiim.-a J. Martin,
of thn cKrcullve conimlilee. The meln-ls-ra
of the committee un1 John Hhrennn.
Jiim.s V. Hoy In, Janna I. K,:i;lni(, H.m-
lolph liUKKenhelnier. Jiimea McCarthy.
Ueo. W. liunk.it mid Andrew J. White.
J amen J. Murtln. Vm. 8ihmer and .!-
Iiiiat W. IVtera ar rnrnili.ni ex-olllclo.
It la stated that seven out of ten mem
bers of the committee supported Ilryan
and the ChlciiRO platform.
ANOTIIKU HA ft CASl'Al.TY,
Two riahrrmi-U Snveil hy the Port Cnnliy
Life Savlnx Crew.
Kort Cnnhy, June 8. tStcchil to the As
lorliin.l i.Hirr and Itarkcr hout No.
1'. c.ipslx.-d on IVucock Spit iiliout
p. in. Hoth men were savtsl hy the
Ciim. Iilsappolntinent crew. One nu.n
wits Wiialml i leaf off the boat us Ihn
crew- arrived, and wna ulniut to sink
when Surfmun 8toncr Jumped overboard
un.l an veil mm i ne noul and net were
also saved.
UKSKHTKI1S FROM THE NAVY.
Iloston. June K More than thrco score
of men have recently diwert-.tl from the
war ships New York lind Masia.-hnsct',
l.iKi'U.ei- with those who left the Texas,
while she was here last week. Twenty
rltrht men took French hvive of the
Texas and thirty are nilsslm; from the
New York. It Is not knwn how iniiny
ne mlsslni; from th" .M,u.t.-hux,-tt. In
every cine the deserters Were of fnrclfrn
lirth.
tiik chii:f MOCUNKU.
Alumisln, fill., June 8. At the hc.nl of
the funeral procession of Mrs. JulU A.
I'errln ycstenlay was hil "Hoy," the jiot
horse of the deceased, illlarhed to the
can-luxe she was nccustomed lo ride
iliirlutf her life time. Mm. IVrrtn died
Saturday mornliiR. It wna In nccord
iinee with her last wish that "Hoy," wllh
crepe iilamt his neck, lead the funeral
corteife.
Piniplea, blotrhim, lilncklioails.roil, roueh,
oily, mothy akin, itching, araly scalp, dry,
thin, and (.illiiu; hair, ami baby blemishes
prevented by CLTtcintA Soap, the most
tlTi'i tive skin nirify inir anil lieaiitifyinz
poip in tha world, as woll as purest and
swentost for toilet, bath, anil nursery.
I
.uueura
ftmp it told Ihronprhmil IM nrld. Fnmi Dtt-A
AKnCniH. Coif , 81 Prop., Rnatoa, V. 9. A.
u" lluw Id ltvtnl I'm llMmor,H mil4 ft.
EVERY HUMOR riZTT
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build or own. We cHnnot aI'ord to build poor one
any More than you can afl'oru to buy them.
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Colombia Bicycles
Standard of the World, $100 - - - TO ALL ALIKE
Iliirtf iril Dicyclw. Heeom-I only to Columbia, $00,
50, $45.
)H'C Columbia-. $75, while they last.
POPE MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
132-4 Sixth Street, PORTLAND, OREGON.
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HENRY GOODMAN.
Manager.
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UNION MEAT COMPANY
Shield Brand Hams, Bacon, Strictly Pure Lard
. ALL KINDS OF CANNED MEATS
Guaranteed the Beat la) th Market
ORNER FOURTH AND GUSAN STREETS - - PORTLAND, OREQON
Ross, Higgins & Company
GROCERS and BUTCHERS
AHTORIA AINU EA8T ASTORIA
CHOICIC FRKSH AND SALT MEATS
SELF
STARTING HERCULES
Vl! flan hi M Horse I'ewrr Marine KiiRlne.
FiHt I'AKTICl LAK8 ADDRESS
Hercules Gas Engine Works
403 HANSOM K ST., SAN FRAKCISCU
San Francisco
TO
Astoria and Portland
VIA
Eureka, I'u I. uml Coos Buj .
s. s. homer!
Will Mcike Iieuular Trips j
Every 14 Ilay. j
rasspiiBers ntul Freight at Reduced
Rntea.
SEASIDE SRWIulhli.
A complete stock of lumber on hand
In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rus
tic, celling and all kinds of finish; mold
ings and shingles. Terms reasonable
and prices at bedrock. All orders
promptly attended to. Office and yard
at mill. H F U LOGAN,
Seaalde, Oregon. Proprietor.
Wanted-An Idea 2
Who can think I
or aoma airupia
tiling to patent!
Protect your trtnaa: thny nu
Write JOHN WKUDF.Kul'R.N
acya, Washington, I. I'., I T Ibnlr si. all prla
udllat of two hundred UiTanUou wanted.
A SNAP.
For sale cheap and on easy terms,
four choice building lots In McClure's
Astoria. For particulars call on Howell
Ward, tld Bond street.
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
If you tvunt good lumber and lowest
prices figure with the Gobel Mills.
W. B. EDWARDS, sgent.
3ui Commercial street. Astoria.
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ISTORIA'3 C0RCE0LS
ENTERTAINMENT HALL
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FID If Dale. Gamna of All Kind. Two
MaKnIflrcnl Bar.
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Good Order and Everybody's Rights
STBICTLY OB8KKTED.
ENGINES
MARINE
GASOLINE
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Vsing raaollne or chep dtstUUt o!L
Engines connected direct with pro
peller shaft, and no noUy, easily broken
bevel gears used In reverse motion.
New spark device; no Internal spring
electrodes to burn oat.
Send for testimonials.
We are building these new style, self
starting marine engines In all sixes
up to 200 horse power.
Every engine fully guaranteed.
TRANSPORTATION LINKS.
Are You
(jroiiig East?
B sure and see that your ticket
j reads via
I THE NORTH-WESTERN
i ' LINE. (
CHICAGO.
ST. PAUL,
MINNEAPOLIS
-and-
0MAHA RAILWAYS.
This Is tha
GREAT SHORT LINE
Bstwesa
DULUTH,
ST. PAUL,
CHICAGO
Andt all Points East and
South.
Their Magnificent Track. Peerless Ves
tlbuled Dining and Bleeping Car
Trains and Motto:
always on nne
Have given tbls road a national reputa
tion, AU classes of passengers carried
on the vea tlbuled trains without extra
char. Ship your freight and travel
over this famous line. AU agents havs
tickets.
W. H. MEAD, F. C. BAViOK,
Qen. Agent. Trav. F. and P. Agt.
243 Washington at. Portland. Or.
OASTOZUA.
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TRANSPORTATION LINE.
THE OSI.Y UlWIKd-CAR BOfTK FKOM
fOHFI.ANDTOTIIf F.allT.
TUB ONLY HOl'TE 10 I UK YELLOWSTONE
HAflOfaLPaBK.
LKAVE
PliHTI.AND
ARRIVE.
Fal Mail fin- Ka am,
f'hnhal a- fnitlntlla.
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ao rornn. iiiyiritiia. iv
l',im. Keallln. VI tori i.
Fort T'.wriannd, Klinv-I
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B. C.: Trail. B.C.: Mnl-
vm, B. C, Kailo, Mia-
II: A. M, Hnleua, M. I'aol, M n 7:30 P.M.
'imap'lia, Kanaaa itT,
lOtuaha, Council BliiCf..
1st. laj..t:iilnsao.Wah-
llnijuai. New York, Pbll-j
i-i,iil,H.t'in, ann all
polnla East sod -snub
eaal.
fJAY.1t.iMlnnnaonl., Omaha, Kanaas City
ani i. Paul.
Vi I;AYs to Milwaukee and rhl'ago.
4ii liAYS l. aahu,r'in. liiiladnlphls. New
York a 4 hvtou,aud otbrr Eaat-
ero poinaa.
BnKge checked tbron to destin
ation ot tickets.
For sleeping-car reservations, tickets,
maps and (all information, rail on or
write.
A. D. CHARLTON
Aaa't Ge-a'1 Faaa. Agent, Portland, Or.
tSS MarriaoBSu. Cor. Third.
LEAVE.
I ORTLASD,
ARRIVE.
OVERLAXi EX- '.
PKfcHS, for Haleni, f
Kinmbunr. Aahland,
racramento, lirl'H, 9:3QA-M.
Kn Prauciaco, Mo- I
Jam, La Anelm, I
Kl Paao, New Or- '
leant and the East.
i
Koteburg pauenger : P. II.
Via Wjodhurn, for
Miiont Armel, mil- I Daily
vnilou. Wean Sclo, I except
BroaTiaril e, BprlDg- guudar.
Held and Sairon
Corrallls paasenger. 't5ao P. M.
McV-inBTllle paaa'ar 'S A. M.
6:00 P. M
iM A. M
Dallf
except
buudaj.
f7J0A- H.
4:50 P. M.
Dail) , tbaily except Sunday.
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da'rt on apoliratioo.
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KlttKLAND. Ticket Agnt, iM Third au
YtHl ILL DIVISION
Passenger Depot, foot cl Jeffenoa at.
Leare for fSWKr.n Halt at -
l2:li, I ii. 5 ii. :4,v H OS" n. m - HI .in n ,..
ouSa:unlava oulr). an.i 40a m iM rnin
m. on Sunday only. Arrive at p..rland dally
il:l0,a:aua. m.: 1:30 4:I.V 6::iS.l n. ni
iaui iu a. iu- 'j ioaDQ a:iu p. m. on Sun
day, only;.
ueaveior BtiKKiUAM d.Ily except gunday
at 4:3) p.m. A nirn at Pnrtl tnd :9U a. m:
Leare for Alrlie Muudaya, Wednrdiva and
Frid iya at ) a. ru Arrive at lMrii..H
Tueadaya, Thursdays and aturdaya at 3:0S
rjce auoaay. Except Saturday.
B. K0EHLER,
ilauaser,
E. P.R'H5ER3.
Aat. Ren. F. & P, Agt
f"mm
GIVES CHOICE OF
TranseontiDeofal
ROUTES.
Via Spokane and St. Pad
Via Ogdeo, Denver and
Omaha op St. Paul
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining Chair Cars
Astoria to San FraDeiseo.
State of California. Wednesday. June 2.
Columbia, Monday, June T.
State of California, Saturday, June 12.
Columbia, Thursday, June IT.
State of Cal'fornia, Tuesday, June 22.
Columbia, Sunday, June 27.
State of California, Friday, July 1
Columbia, Wednesday. July 7.
State of California, Monday, July 12
For rates and general mronnatlon call
on or address
G. W. LOUNSBERRT.
Agent.
W. H. HURLBURT,
Gen. Pas. Agt., Portland. Or. .
e. McNeill.
President and Maaagsr.
Astoria ani Columbia
Riyerjtoilroad
TIME CARD.
Trains leave Seaside for Astoria, at
7:30 a. m. dally and S p. m. dally, sxca)pt
Sunday.
Trains leave Astoria for Flavel at
9 a. m. dally and 5 p. m. dally, except
Sunday.
Trains leave Astoria for Seaside at
10:30 a. m. dally and S p. m. daily, ex
cept Sunday.
Trains leave Flavel for Astoria at 9:40
a, m. dally and 3:58 p. m. dally except
Sunday.
Sunday afternoon trains one hour
later from all points.
For Delicacy,
for purity, and for improvement of , v
(jileiioa nothing equala Poizoxi'a Powpfs.
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Arrmi 0.octEN4MsxaJ:
OITII llrS
oMcPliio
, TltAKAPOKTATIOJI tlXES.
GO EAST
..VIA..
Library Car Route
AMERICA'S SCENIC LINE.
Mtal ia
Dlainrj
Car a l
Carta
The all-rail routs to Kootenai mining
district, via Seattle and Spokans
Shortest and Quickest Line
St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Duluth, Chicago
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Through Palace and Tourist
Sleepers, Dining and Library Qbssrrsy.
tlon Cars.
Doily Trains
sse Fast Tim
SERVICE AND SCE3ERY UMEAQCELED
For tickets and full Information call
on or address
A. B. C. DENNISTON,
C. P. T. A., Portland. Or.
R. C. STEVENS, O. W. P. A, Seattle.
Going East?
If VOU ARE,
0 NOT FORGET
Three ImportantPoints''
FIRST Go via the Bt, Paul becavuss
the lines to that point will afford roa
the very beat service.
SECOND See that the courxm beyond
St Paul reads via tha Wisconsin Ceo.
tral because that line makes dose con
nections with all the trans-oontlneBtsi
lines entering the Union Depot there,
ad Its service Is flrst-clasa in every
particular.
THIRD For information, call on
your neighbor and friend the nearest
ticket agent and ask for a ticket read.
ing via the Wesconain Central Unas,
or address
JAS. C. POND.
General Passenger Agent,
Milwaukee, Wis.
Or GEO. S. BATTT.
General Agent
Portland, Oregon.
IMiiwaukIe)
This Railway Company
Operates Its trains on the famous block
system;
Lights its trains by electricity through
out; Uses the celebrated electric berth read
in? lamp;
Runs splendidly equipped passenger
trains every day and night between
St Paul and Chicago; the
Chicago, nilwaukee &
' St. Paul
Also operates steam-heated ves tlbuled
trains, carrying the latest private
compartment cars, library buffet
smoking cars, and palace drawing
room sleepers.
Parlor cars, free reclining chair can
and thi very beat dining car service.
For lowest rates to any point In the
United States or Canada, apply to
ticket agent or address
C. J. EDDY.
General Agent Portland, Or.
J. W. CASET. Trav. Pass. Agent
Two routes east.
One reason
why you should
ask for tickets via the
Burlington Route Is that
It ia 200, miles shorter nnd
a whole half-day qulckor
than any other line to
Omaha, Kansas City and
St. Louis,
Two routes Eaat via Bil
lings, Mont., and St. Paul,
Allnn.
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For tickets and Informa
tion apply to neurest ticket
agent or to
A. G. SHELDON, Gen'l Agent
Portland, Oregon.
Beaver Hill
Gilman Coal
...Try It
For Family or
Steam Purposes.
ELMORE. SANBORN & CO
Agents. Aatorla.
ASTORIA PUBLIC MEW
READING ROOM FRXD TO ALL.
Open every day from I e'elock te l:M
and 1:10 to $M p. m.
Subscription rates t per annua.
8.W. COR. ELEVENTH WAUM FT.