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THK DAILY AST0U1AN, TlU'liSDAY MOIiMNU .JUNK 10. )ll!i7.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
Telephone No. M.
TKHMS or SlBCKIPriO.
Bent by tnall per month
Served by carrier, per month 45
Kent by mall, per year 2 In advance,
Postage free to subsorllHTS.
All Communication mienueu ivr imoM-
cation should be directed to the editor.
Bualmsi communications of all kinds
and remittances must be addressed to
Tt. lalnrlnn rmrinllui In ,lm ilh.
cribeis the larifuat circulation of any
nenpapor 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. i
ext to the Portland Oregonlan. the
largeat weekly circulation in the slate.
John F. Handley & Co. .ire our Port-
land kgeU, and coplea of the Astorlaa
ean tm na every morning at their
.tana. c TUlrd street.
Thre la a past of caterpillars among i
the trees and shrubs of Western New
Vork, as wellaa In this section of Oregon.
til - If. itf B.U.IIAH rt ntunm I
ho niiwuwuKwj vorneii i. niversiiy i
say that they were batched from esirs'
that were deposited oo the trees last '
July, and that the eggs were covered
with a sort of varnish to protect them
from the snow and rain. Tfcey are called j
"lent caterpillars" in New Tork, as, af-!
ter hntcnlng out. they weave for them-1
selves a kind of tent. After .ttatnln !
the.r growth they form cocoons, and .
ahout the first of July develop Into moths. ' siniply the materi.ila for future prtve.'.-
lt will be cuiiou If th"e turn out to te of manufacture. N.Tenheltws, the cUissi
cracterlstic. of the worms aflllctlnR cat!on In vt includes many prtvli-cts
A Washington correspondent for sn i
Eastern paper s.iys: Whatever differ-:
ences of opinion there may be In con-
gress In regard to the power exercised
K. tha Buiik,.. of the hiise It la .win .
the less a fact tnat ne is cnosen as nnalj
arbitrator for numerous parllitmenury i
bodies all over the country. Hardly j
day passes that Mr. Re does not receive ' 1,, m covr' "rly a ,, n,h ef tw ,otal
manufactured exports. So Ingot eopp-r
communications requesting him to pass' , . ,. . , . .
.constitutes r.eiiny the whoie sr the cott
on some more or less intricate point on amj manufactures of." hich cuvtrs
which local parliamentarians have dls-! almost another tenth of the- aifgrgate.
puted and failed to agree. Sometimes ti-Viarl' a leaner of the so-eiiled nra.ru
. . . ' facture.' ex-:iorts consists of iHumlnatlmr
is a far-away chapter of the Daughters ... .
I oil, which is not in the common iio.U r-
oi me Autncan jvevoiuuon mat ga ,lamhns of ,h(. tprn, s raiimlfa mire.r pro
tangled up over some question, and he ! duct, although it has technical no orre
never hesitates to respond promptly l0;Plafe in the pr.-s.-nt rlassirlc.nlon. The
the request. Secret orders, debating so-
cletles and other tlellberatlve bodies write
to ths speaker for decisions. Sometimes
ihn more slmnle questions are turned '
over to his private secretary, who has
become an experienced parliamentarian
from long association with Mr. Ree l. The
secretary formulate the reply In some
Instances, but the speaker scrutinies it 1
personally before signing, and if It does
' . j
not fully accord with his own views the
reply Is rewritten. Requests often come j
from bodies that have adopted the speak-'
. , . . , . . i '
ers manual. Last winter the Maine leg-
islature complimented Mr. Reed by voting j
a copy of liis manual to each member of
lh legislature. '
-v,n r.mr..rtv-nr stan.f
around the hotels, watching the registers
to catch Eastern buyers for town lots j
or gather in the omnipresent real estate ;
office to damn Hammond because he j THE OBJECTIOX NOT GOOD.
won't let them use his credit to boom j
wildcat additions, the' little hamb-t of! are PP1 who have objictlons
..,.. 1 cv,i, ; to adv-r.l.-1ng matter in the columns of
Knappton loads two or three large snips i
ia newspaper. The ground of objection
weekly with Washington lum'.M-r for th- ' . . -
i in that they do not v. ant to rend ao-
most distant ports of the world, and re- j ver.iemen'.s. Now this objection la not
fuses cargoes to other ships because of g.,o'l. for -ftentim--s th-se advertise
lack of capacity to furnish them: an l merits convey valuable Information,
while logs are towed out of the streams j For Instance, how else would the trav
, . , . . , lelitig public learn nt the excell-nt din-.
iKtck of Astoria and around past the de-,
, in? car service of the Wisconsin Con
caved docks of the city water front to tra, bnw-n St pau, Chicago
I'ortland and other up-river points, to be j or trie gen-ral 'onifort of traveling over
there manufactured into lumber i'nd r--1 this popular line. For particulars call
turned here to patch up the streets, or ! i th- :i-arst ticket agent or addr-ss
hipped to San Franciso and foreign
ports. Astoria languishes and slumbers
A few weeks ago a prominent c.mn--ry
man Invited, through the local papers,
bids to supply his large canning estab
lishment with city water a Job worth not
less than ?l,iii to any enterprising man
and although his advertisement was kept
standing for ten days or over, not a
single proposal was received. Facts like
these speak loudly as to what Is the mat
ter with Astoria, and it really looks like
there never can be any progreBB her
until the Almighty either sends an earth
quake to destroy the town lots upon
which our citizens depend to make them
millionaires, or else visits the town with
some sort of plague which will boom the
price of real estate on account of the
extraordinary demand created for good,
eligible cemetery sites.
The Portland Telegram says no one
outside of Currant's Immediate family
circle besides his attorneys professes to
believe In his innocence of the murder
of Iilanche l.amont and Minnie Williams,
and those are only saved from the uni
versal execration of all mankind by their
ielallMi lo Toirrant. We commend to
the Teieicram the following Item from the
Washington Post, of May 30 last:
Dr. W. W. Hitchcock and Dr. H. Bert
Ellis, prominent physicians of Ixjg An-
jrvli. Oil., atv at the Shorvham. They
have come F.t to ant-mi th nmtiinl ron
volition of the American MiMleul Ai.x-I
Un, which mccta In Phlln.lclphlA next
"I waa In Run FninclHco." mM Ir,
Kills, "ut the time of the kllllnir f th
young women, HIiiiicIh- Lament nmt M tu
ple Williams, for the iilleccl minMer of
whom Theodore IMirrant 1 aNtut to iay
the, lHMiiiHy on the mllown. In thl way
I became Inten-alol In the case, ami have
w . .
no hesitation In saylnR that the new-
o.ivi-s f San Kiaiulseo are luriiflv re-
' onlM for his conviction. They put
I tlu public agnliiel lirram from th
j start: mv.le tiir'it of th cvi.tcnce that
favorr.1 him a:i.l mattnlPcl all the totl
i inoiiy .iKauist him. .or a." trie pourr
10! the pre more l.arlv demons rat'it
. )ow wh Kv.,, ,wvr:) lllUlllt.
! U) Mm th. sll((k of hm litL .,,,.
hllm.in mo,tvr.- .,., ,v Mn.iicthc
; ,( )() h(, om., i,:tr.,, may be sutity
(,, msllll, ,, s.,n Fr.tti.-ti.co the pre
I lllVt.lf ritn.-e Of srlltlUl.nt Is that the
) ch.iree r m-.iiMer against him was never
The New York Tribune, commentitw "
the coiiM.int n lololn; In some quarter
oxer the larse increase In till country"
:nanufiicturvl pnxluel. . It can only
: nnva and h.irM with some re-
J serve. It I indeed, trraiifyltw to timl In
J cerusln foreicn market. lor those pro.1-
I uct of which the cvAmtry produecs
,ir,llus- , renulre.1 for domestic use
j. Unn pnty Pu, lt
'somewhat the reverse of wvUsfsetory to
j find factories driven to sell part rf their
iruduta in distant foreign markets at an
i actual Kxs or at liturw which rlvie no
, .. , ,
profit beontise the present comiitlon of
business In this countrv Is still so far
depressed Ciat the demand does not equal
the outu The Tribune sary:
The term manufactured export. 4S
useJ ,iy the ,(w,u o( att5tu,, ,0
a, clln-atiot which has always been
hat d.xH'iicive. and 1 caKnilatfd to
mM mwt minii ' l'
ptiuct comi'letci and in form for their
w lin,. nM ;irtll., nrc
. of 'r.side-J le ImportarH'e w hich are
.only the result? of thi"firt stace of rrun
' ufactiirt", un.l are in fact nothlmt but
materials f-r fnrthr prviossesi. leather
(s orie Qf th.so: it I fairly included with
manufactured (iroducts trader the cxtstlns
las,i;k.ktion. Ut-ause titer is no stirft
xp.rts into rtk-les for coi
sumption and rcaterials Urr m.ur'.'fae'ure
,hrre L of mports: bl !eather alone
constitutes more than nirh-frnths of the
'leather and manufactures of." which
! conuvirison so often rmule tc curnent
i with distant years, purporting to snow
. x;.or. nlway Include the enormoiIy
incroas.il production and export-flf t!li
. arti"l(. w hich alotw counts in many com
I parison for siilnta.-itially the entire In-...,-'.--
shown. In comiKtrison with ymf
i.for iileminatire oil mi known, Ciu
Item .. . srvniiny mi-leavlfng TS'-re are
''-h,r proiiucT now l -rly .rtcl
whi'-h i re in m.i nufa.-ture. but were
n.e, known at an ieeause not lavcnred
:t f,.w )vars .1?0 Tn ,.Xpcrts of Mcyclcs
and parts thereof ainr for tho first
time till year in offl.-Ial figure, and
amount to nearly tl.i"1."" In the- slrj-'e
month of March, and over $4.KT,M In
n) momift mHng wftf Man.h.
it Is evi.l.-nt that this addition, tls? fruit
of American inventive ceni'i. Kiv- no
fair indication of the progress of the
o'-b-r manufactures in finding foreign
l-ev-tlelal to thf country. like the Irwrt-ase
in f.xr,0n of refined oil.
r Geo. H. liatty, Gerieral Agent, Cl6
Stark street, Portland, Or.
E ieh season He- soda water lists sbow
a Kreat numls r of new eoneoetjons, but
chocolate h'lhis uwl as. the popular favor
ite year !n and year out.
"They aie dandies" said Tlvw. How-
em, of the Crocket, Texas, Enterprise
while writing about DeWltfsMttle Ear
ly Risers, the famous little pl'ls f r sick
headache and disorders of the s.oi.'.ach
and liver. Charles Rogers.
And rest for tired mothers in a warm tiatn
withCt iici ba SoAP.anUasiiigleapiilieation
of Ct Ttci Ba (ointment), the great skin cire.
rcTlfi BA ltFMKiiii-i afford iniitant relief,
and pointtoaleedy cure of torturing. di-fj-.iriii-,loi.i,ilii.-.ii.ltihiib"rni"U'.hl-ed-Ing.
cnuiUid. waly kin and scalp buuiors,
with Ion of biir, when all elBe fain.
(WH thronrliootth. wnrti. PorrSS DCO
nd flavir natflH bj
Challenges the Citizens
A Public Test Agreed I'pon and the
Result to be Published In
CAN HOBBS SUA5TANTIATH HIS
JULIUS noons, m. o
In view of the great Importance of thl
cliullenKe. not only to the rltizenn of
Astoria, but to th entire clllid world,
tne public will W lnteretM In the ont-
om of w hat my be prox rly termed n
public investigation of a d.scovery tnH,
will become famoti jinl prove of Incal
culable- Importance to the great mas of
1-eople who are suffering In one way and
another from kidney ailments and other
The offer made by Pr. Ilobb In hi
challenge above alluded to. I a simple
and plainly wonted one. In a nutshell
he asserts that he has discovered a
that remedy that will positively cure that
most insidious and common of all com
plaints, dlseas of the kldnty: whl-h t
w-recklnff men an.! women hf the score
The go.l ih'it run be accotuvili--!ie,r ' y i
a positive t.-clilc. one that can 1- ndtiitn-j lurnisli help for . onuipoiloa ami t..r
istew.i In a simple and plain way in j I'"' "v. r. tck ln-udacbe. tiisines. seir
other wonf. a grand, universal me!lcr , stomach. Its of appetite, bidues'lon. or
for ; JI kidney trmibles w 111 l- l.nll-l as hsiwl.i, w ,nd be, nit.g. -h.-nrlb u-i."
is a ("!vls. n t everv'Wherv. P-': and dlr . after eatlrut. and k!n-
The claims- made for tile rem. sly liil'bed deraiig. inent of the liver, stout ica
a;iethn i.n . sie:kln In a gsn-ral
sense, that fh Hoblx Kcnvdy v'om
Miny of" Chicago and S.m Francisco, are
the owners of an ASI'ARAUI S KIP.VKY
REMKlT whlcii they ivxitlvily aswrl
will cur- all kidney ll-nJ'S. with the
exception of those where tumors and
Hirers have formal an.r a surgical oera
tlavi I nct-ssar-.
,t ur Hur.,,- u. mrir o. (
enorr Into u general discussion of the vast j
niiml.r of different fosms of kidney
tronMes. buf to treat them as a whole, n
! in this .paper .Iw-s nor permit u to
It ta thoutit thar the only possible
way to puhlicly d-t!-mlno Die ral::e of;
1r. floHm' dist'ov.-ry is to
CIVE FREE TO ALL
those who ar interest. 4 In till matrer a
s-implo box of this medicine, and to
vave it d-me In sy'i an or n mnnni,
thiit nine ran ou.-srior, the hon.-ty r.f
For tiie puri'ose of nr.fclnir rhls fst s
large r.sm:s-r of s.-m p!-.-. b.ive i.,.rr .'nf
whl -h will ! Kiven '0 any .,nd all per
sons w!j will call at his store on Sat
urday, J :ne !j, from 'j a. m. to T p.
m. To each applicant for a free- sample
of these pills we win al-o give a tittle
book on kidney diseases, which sets out
in a cle; plain maimer ,'tist sw-tt Infor
mation u would Is- ivar.-texl ,y ajjyoiir
with wei.fc kidneys.
For fn- samples of plllj
vF:rT!-: to oh nu, s
Odd Fellow '5 Baifdin
DriAL fiKXTI.V WITH TIIK STt.lAC?l
If It protfs refractory, mild ll-r,fIiiw Is
the thlnr to si-t It right. Not al; the nau
seous dr:tugbts and bols-s ever inveoit-J
can do liaif as much ' remriy its Ubs-
ordecs ay a few winegiassfuls lay, tnree
a day of ilostetter's Stomal n liitu-rv,
which will afford it sp.-edy relief, and
eventually banish e'ry dy-peptie ir.d
bilious syrnoptom. Sl'-k headaehe. ner
vousness, sallowness of th. corupW i!on,
f'ir uo the loruru., vertiirt-, and those
many Ift-A-wribablo aid ill-a ?'-iibfc- n
Si.tions caused by rrKllKestn, an- too
oJten rjerpeluated in Injudicious doinrf.
An Immediate abariionment of su-h ran
dom aod ill ndvis.id experiments should
be th first step in the direction of a
cure; the next Htej the us of tfol'i stand
ard tonic alterative, whtcft has received
the iii(,-hest medical sanetlnn and won
Tlie iflrl who 'its In th sand nil of ou
day in order to (tot a coat of tin to prove
ili.ti she has been away for the summer
is also likely to get snnstroke that -nay
sustain her In tho fiction of being away,
but will prolong that absence Indefinitely
anil not pleasuntly.
Mr. Isaac IIorn.-r, proprietor of the
liurton House, Burton, W. V., and
one of th must widely known mun In
the state, was cuffed of rheumatism aftor
lime years of suffering. He says: "i
have not sufTI'ient command of lanttuage
to convey any Idea of what I suffered,
my physicians told me that nothing r.ould
be done for me and my friends rerj fully
convinced that nothing but d'ath would
relieve me of my suffering. In June, ll'jl,
Mr. livens, then salesman for ihe Wheel
ing Drug f'o., recommended chamber
Iain's 1'aln i!:i!rn. At this time my foot
and limb v.ere swollen to mors than
ioulde their normal siZ" tmd lt seemed
to me my leg would burst, but soon after
I Ix-Kan using the Pain lialrn the swell
ing i-gan t, deerease, the pain to leave,
and now I consider that I am entirely
cured. For s.-.le by EBtea-Conn Jirug Co.
lUIII W AIKH, i l.oV WATKH.
OATK. ' '" a. v. j ' ,' r. J
liini ft lb in ft b in n. ,ti,m (i!
Tlit y. r " s 4 jrtA'i j J i-i J,V: iMI 1'J, U UT 1 V
Wetliud'y ii! r V. i i mis t s iu I a 1 4M1
ThiiiKiluy lm lo j hmkii' Atit: ,vi j ,
I'rhtav. . l'M;Vi " -v ,S !t,YiO' S .tlS 'J
xiuil,-vv J II ."J ll !l III SSI' I M.-O II ' 4 .V ,1 j
fumlny.. i.v:;i -ll :! &.v,t.'
Moii,ly. 14: 1 1" T .1 I it lil I T iii;ia
TUB STACK 01 WATKK.
INirlland.l'r .M ! -ll 01
The liiili. i ir . ; i
i I malilla. or . .. u 0 m
I NMhp.it alt -I I'
euau-ttiv u h , ,i m i u ptli eloiot
I e imoii, Idaho
eler, Idaho ..; ik.ii I id el.-ar
The J-tpaitnue barkenttne Tniklo Marti
arrive I doAti esteniay. Ill tow of ihe
The Hd'nnier Harrison nrrl'"d In ester
day from Ttllam.vk and Neliah in, with
a csruo of butter and chiKft
The State o( t'allfoniUi did not arrive
until ll o'clock yesl. rvlay. She had a
very large freight list uiij 0 miloon
The river coiiiUmo n (all. iodr
weather prevail over tin. t'obiinhla river
In si n. wild t will remain cool for the
tie st ;K hours.
The steamer l?lt,-nal wilt mil this morn-
iiifc' for llonulatn, where she will load
lumber Instead of at Knappton, as the
mills at the latter place m l'H bus nt
j Pr-eit to I.nmI the Signal. It would
that another eg port saw mill toiild
Almost everv m m In America b.t some
du.'1-sllve tmt.blr. When men nu-W. the
groi-tlng usually Is. "Well, how iii- you?"
That dcvclopc li.-oltli talk Tire mall
who Im no bowel nr stomach tronhli
Is almost a curiosity. Trouble l- men
take no care of thetnselve. Th'-v- eat
a thtiugh they had copper stonuich. and
I'viwels of brans. Iiy and by. ov irw-orkl
n.uure reU ls. Then c ime luodaciun,
nerv iMisncss, ha,l l,i,v-.l, Uv.-r .ri.l kld-
y tnuibk. f'r I'l. re's 1'le.is.int !' !-
i i'w. Is AcceK no sul-lt.itr
Al re.cn circertalnments ,r cf i-nly
cluirnilng. but would t much norvs o If
th friendly citterplliar and i'tlve nnt
cuild le iHrsuit4l to refaln from o.t.iv
ling with the menu In such .net lie . oiti
anoUrle. Hun.lre.ls of tliaJfcl have ne,.n In-
, ,ry t.iaml-rUln's Com.1i lUm
, ,y ,,y r,.Ulln, h, mi, ,,,. f.,r
tAhp. anl tnViiir tecJ II tm rli, :
lt.my.ves ar ti-.lny tt wsrm-s, film t-
j..)r Ktm hy t.4-onn Itk .
What Iaws pi ciiKtom we ire vtlr-n we
cannot brlmr overs.lc.-s to remntulac all
horn.- during the suium -r. Instrad of rush-j
InT off to a mo,piito-rtd!rn re rt -.lo-r. ,
a bandttox of .-. ror. cists as mu.-ii i" '
oar .ntlrv hou.-. i
The paying of debt
to ens ir mind
t'-le .cir t fiad
For vls' ch'-nfl mit on easy terms, I
four choice building bus In Mci 'lure's!
Astoria For partlcultars call on llovvll '
& Ward. 519 Hond street.
BUILDERS AXD CO N'T It ACTORS.
If you want mm) Hrmber nd lr,n-et
prlc-s figure winfe the OoW Mills.
XV. M. EDWAItDS. agont
355 Commerclsi street. Astoria
R. P. Elmore
W. H. Harrison
.0pen for Special Charter..
Sailing dates to and Irom Tillamook
and Nhalem depend apon
Por Freight and Passenger
Kate Apply To
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO.
0. R. N. CO., AgeoU, Portland
J. B. WYATT,
Phone No. ti
PAINTS nrl OILH.
Special Attention Paid to Supplying Ship..
A. V. ALLEN,
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies.
Cor. Tenth and Commercial (treat.
-ALNotJcUttilo iTopdrdiioti Tor As
similating iK 1'iHXj rtlUllU'OllU
ting Hie Stonuuhs ami Ikwvls of
())niiir,Mor)hiiic iwr Miiicr.il.
Asrts 0U OrXiM UWUIU
JltmfUm S-J '
AnctfiTl Rt'tiiotly rorCoiwIip-
liOll. Sour StOllUCh.ni.il Ttkk-A.
Wonna .Convulsions K-vvrish-tirfjs
and LOSS OF SLEEI'.
lac Simile Signature ef
Twentieth St. nnd McKee Ave.
ASTORIA INVESTMENT CO.
482 liond Street.
- - K
Tfie Favorite Home Heme!.
For ail Jiscasc v.".. jsJ hy JcranKement
of the Livrr, KiJnrs, anJ Stomach, a
! Keep it nl'vjys in the house anJ you
win save time and iJoctor s mils, 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 LivtR 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
Hi.(jL'I.ATOK will relieve you and bring
If at any time you feel your system
neeJs cleansing and regulating without
violent purging, take SIMMONS LlVLR
J. H a lllu A. Co., 1'lillailelpMaw
Signature Is printed In
Am m farther protection mgalnst
Afnta for th. L'nltad 5atM,
JOHN DUNCAN'5 SONS. N. Y.
WING LCE, 543 Commercial St.
Wanted-An Idea SS
Protftct yoiir Inean: ther mar brlna 3"o w.
WrIUi JOHN WKWJF.lllll'KN I-Hl..nt j
bhti, Wa.Mnnu.ri, 1j. (. f..r their prlia
and lUt ut two inuulnU lurniUoua waulsU.
iJ of every
T bottle of
til (th" Original
K n jjJ y and denulne)
fj Vy iS Worceaterahlre
IS ON THE
V r-utorls ll fat tp la ns-!is MtlM oolr. It
sol tola la b:k. Poo't allow anjous to !!
ym muja '. sits oa tut pita or prvaiis inai it
1( "last soul" and "IH uf r pur-
i jiom. ' U tkat joa (ftt C-A-S T-O-B-I-a.
nam T3r . VjrZT toi
8itti;iU'ti on tlit'Houth Httlo
of Astoriii'rt hilld.
Twfiity tlfjjrt't'H wuriinT
ami vt'jjrtatinu 'M) layn in
lulvanot' of thf North nitlo.
M mini Hot' nt wilfH for rt
itlt'iiot's. ovt-rlookin rivoi
ami hay, sunny ami nhrl
tort'tl. Kay ami natural grail;
littlo or no gnuling tu''h'tl.
Are You (ionii? KastV
tl aur. and tf that your tbk.t
Tkla u th.
OMEAT SHORT LINK
And nil I
Kuril Hilt I
rlr MH-nlflc.nt Trark. Prl.aa Vwi
tlbuled Mnln and Hlmtlnc Car
Tralni and Motto:
"ALWAVS !) ri H3 "
Il.-ivn tilv.n ttiiH riiiiu notional reputa
tlnn All claaafia of pa.aerur.n rarrl-'
n th. veill)iilod tralna without ti
hnra-e. Hhlp your freight and Irav.i
iver ihla fnmoua Una. All ait.ni liara
! W II. MKAU, F. C. BAVOH,
1 ti. n Aent. Trav. F. nnd I'. At.
wmininjtnn 1'nrtlnnd, Or.
Astoria and Portland
Eureka, Cal. and Coos Hay.
S. S. HOMER
Will Make Keitular Trlpn
Kvery 14 Duyit,
I'lijinpnerH and Frei'Kht at ItvilnotiJ
A complete stock of lumber on hand
In the rough or dreiwed. Flooring, ma
tic, celling and all kind of flnlah; mold
ings and shingles. Terms reasonahl
and prices at bedrock. All order)
promptly attended to. Office and yard
at mill. II F L, LOGAN.
Hnaside, Oregon. Proprietor.
WHITE COLLAR LINE
STEAMER "BAILEY GATZEBT"
St.vMinoia leave I'oilliuid tlaltjr tf
fiilluwa; Alder aliwt iha'R t ib a. D
an.l 7 4ft p. 111. Aali alip-i 1' t 7 a. tl
and H i, 111,
(', ll. nml p. H. N. .lovk. i6 am.
ami 8.45 p. ill. '. It. N, li k, 1
n. 111. ami 7 i in.
Hatiintiiy nlirlit eliwiiini Iratrm Port,
ami Alilx- ultwl ilia k at MS
p. 111. ami Aali atrrwt dork at 10 IV
in. Hchlul Inoluilrw Himdar nlhl
boat out of Piirtlaml and AMortaV
hut no Humlar itmrnlnc boU Nlkl
tMiat frtim Pnlai. otot wlUi
at t'athlainot at 6 a. in. daltr eioap
MoiMtay W.tjKrt. Cilftm a4
Knappa. an.l all lan.llnira on lral
tl. II. Hl'OTT. Prxalilaat
IS. A. Heeley, Aotit, I'ortlauil.
C, W, rltiilin, A.ht. Atorl.
Telrphim. No. 11.
131 more, ttiiiitoorri
5t; Co,, AucntM
Frmh frtHtt tlw iiillla for 197 flahlnf.
Kvery I mil KuaraiitiHMt. Plaa rlKirt
any lnuf H.im llKWAHK tF IMl-
TATIt NS. Kvvry ball niuat Im niarkad
'MAItSllAM. CO.. HIIHICSVHIlUltr
MI1.I.H" Maiiilfoi'ture.! fr"in aile(e4
flax K,-lttUy tr Cill.l'MMIA HIVE It
Kl Ml 1 1 MI tW Dual .v.iy ball brar
I1m MAltHHAI.I. UIh..
. 7. . t. 10, It. 13, 11. U-ply iO t
i:. I, tl. IS, 1H ply tO'a.
7. . , 10 ply Wt.
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al any man rititlii out ui
our tur. ami )nu T. ei g
Hirtrt nf a ihaji lrimmlnit
i "f Mltli Ui-iAlit Ihouallla.
Hlifli iliu:ity In the llilir.
hj.ui. to offer arernmiKli i.
I'lea. any man
COMIC AND THY TIIKM.
NUdHIIS & CO.
AHTOHIA I HON WOHKH
Front Ht., of 4th, Aalnrla.
Gennral M.icoinists and Bnilor Make,
Land ani Mar knfno. Holl.r a,k. Simb
hfiat ani) Cnnry Work a Sr'lty.
faitln. of AH l)"rlrll-ai MiJi lo O.itr o
.tnhn Fm.,..i'realittnt and H.iprlntondant
A. I Fin vie PrMld.nt
O. lral Harralary
Aatoria Havlnira Ilank Trmaurar
Cvrata,tul Tradf-Markt nbuinrd nnd nil
rnt UUBincMcunntirtrd .if MOOCNATC FffCt.
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41111 WOUIIlri HID (MlditlU ltm IllllO limit IbusKl
remoio irum naainiiK'ton.
Srnd nimlrl, ctiawniif vf nhntn.. with Afcrit-
tlon. Via atviM, 11 putfiittiLtlri or n(( frm ott
(.hdrifi). Our fco nr due Ittl imtrni U urrd. S
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acnl lire, AtldicM,
Ihetatiny tapsui, ,w ..
10 B,us,im ni i.d;.;i
Cllhebt 0' lniCtio!r- .tr
CURE IN 48 HOUHi,
the ame cliieast'S with
y ,ttt Hrnrtt'i.
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Portland Saving Bank Uldjc.