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THE DAILY ASTOlllAN, WKDNKSHAV MullXlXd, JU.Y 2tt, 17.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
Telephone No. tt.
TKRM4 OF Ml'RHCKirriON.
ft-nt by mail, per year J6.00
fe. lit by mall, per month .60
Served by carrier, per month 4S
Bent by mall, per year it In advance, j n over and prosperity entiled.
Iostne free to aubscrlbera. j rrtviwly the Kmc thlm may bo aeen
now, both In thl country and In En
All communications Intended for publl-! n,w 0 ev(ry ,,,5 m,,v x oorved
ration ahouM be directed to the editor, i . . , , ,
, ! the aweep of llie tide . it moves rr-l?t-
Bu!ncs communication of all kind
.,. ,.,.. h. .,i.i..i ,.Jfc-""v. " f" "'! ' tMm-
The Aatorlan euarantee to Its sub-I
cilbert the largest Circulation of any
nevspapor published on the Columbia
Advertising rate can be had on appll-!
cation to the business manager.
The Weekly Astorlan, the second old-
et eekly In the atato of Oregon, haa.
next to the Portland Oregonlan. the!
largest weekly circulation In the state.
John F. Handley & Co. re our Port
land agents, and coplea of the Astorlan
can be had every morning at their
tand. 124 Third street-
The Tukon sufferer .will now go Into
training for next spring.
The republicans have been In power
four months, and can already claim that
they are giving the country a business
. Our exports last year went beyond the j
Mlllon dollar mark. Professors of dis- j
couragement are comielled to fight shy ;
of the statistic of 1.. i
Our exports of silver last year amount
ed to 1,?,3S, anj It may safely he
assumed that the business was conducted
at a profit to producers.
Th regatta has a start The mars
meeting lost night effected temporary
organixalon, and permanent ofllcers will
be elected today. When onc Astoria
business men take hold of an enterprise
In earnest, with them there Is no such
word as fall.
The steamers on tho T ikon will not
allow passengers to carry a large supply
of food to thc new gold diggings, but In
sure them enough to last a year for
I. One of the first Institutions to be j
established on tha Tukon seemj to be
The Tacorna Dally Ledge-, In Its new
dresa, presents a handsome and greatly
Improved appearance, its makeup, man
ner of presenting the news, class of
news sen.-?d. and editorials are certainly
a step in the right direction, if i: main
tains present standard, we bespeak
for It an Increased measvre of success.
For a country which tris to mind Its
own business" and to have r.othin? to do
with the Old World affairs, the Cnltc-d
States has a pretty lar and diversified
stock of complications on hand at the
present time. It has a sea fishery dis
agreement with England, a prospective
annexation difficulty, or what the Madrii
government imagines Is prospective an
nexation, with Spain, and a real annexa-
tion, dispute with Japn. Then too, the
Kaiser William IT. has a Bridge t.gaintt nx from dyspepsia than thre is of han;.
the United States or. some account or In-: one's self. Sold by all mil-iae deal
other which has not been revca'e.1 to the : ," lhe Vforld over-
world. Nevertheless, the country Is like- ' whtn onfi a Bp of a driv)ng
ly to have both prosperity and peac tao horses the question arises:
for the near future. Still, the government " What would she do If the animals
should prepare for all possible eventual- ' ,v' " conscious of
what tiny hands are holding them?"
Itiee. I .
The fever which recontly has absorb
ed all other Interests In Astoria, end
has stimu'ated even- one who can nlse
five cents to go to KlondyKP. setms to
be Increasing rather than diminishing.
If one-half of those wh lave Astoria
for the new Eldorndi bring bnck with
them small fortunes th city will be
benefited to a very large extent. Those
who are going to the gold fields are
well-known public-spirited men, and If
fortune smiles upon th"m. It is safe to
assume thnt a portion of their rl?lics
will be expended In '.he development of
Astoria's Industries. In a smiller way,
at the present, the .ourehnse of no in
considerable amount of suppl'es here has
stimulated business to a hirso extent.
Those who are golnj have been carefully
studying the situation, nnd fully real
Ire the hardships th?y must undergo.
By careful management, either this fall
or next spring, these hardships can be
reduc?d to the minimum. They hIst real
ize that they cannot simply arrive In
the country, sit down on a stump, nnd
beckon the gold to thc-m. It Is not there
for everyone to pick up. Experience
and hard work alone will accomplish
the coveted prize. We vent'Jre '.lie as
sertion, however, that ts large a pro
portion of prospectors will be successful
from Astoria as from any other coast
1S79 AND 1SS7.
That man must have a short memory
or have read history to but little purpose
who can fall to see all around him and
In every commercial country the Blgns of
a revival in business similar to those
that Rppear.d In the summer of 1STS,
after the long dcpreaidon thnt followed
the revrrso. thnt tvtrnn In 1ST1 The
flrt aymptocn then was the reawaken
tng of the boure In Kurnpe and ol the
mock and grain txchnnirea In thla eotin-"
try, and the beginning of a avnentl and
permanent advance In price. No, .
prlng wheat, which In January, S79,
sold on the Chicago board of trade at
M rents, reached $1 SS-4 In December,
and utocka ami bond showed a similar
movement. I'pwnrvl all the time upward
waa the trend of values. IJo.uldn.llon
1 Turn where we miy. north or south, we
,'-I'' -rop of every kind, and a
d.mand for thorn th:t 1 advancing price
o'nlly. Thl means a vast railway traf-
i (lc. and ronsvqttent Increased mrnlnir
i n I anted dividends, and this entices
, tiie money of the capitalist to seek In
I..,..-,,.! .n.r t. lona idleness. The
wn MllMrU mi ,nfalUMe slKtl of busl
new nni'iv.nn in. mi .-r..u .
mill are opening, and there Is a general
,ud unmistakable movement forward.
Ixk out therefore that you aro not
left! Eighteen hundred and seventy-nine
is about to repeat Itself.
REASONS WHT CHAMCEUL. .UN'S
COLIC. CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA
REMEDY IS THE BEST.
1. Hcause it affords almost Instant re
lief In case of pain in the stomach, colic
iand cholera morbus.
! 1 Dec.iuse It is the or.ly remedy that
never fails in the most severe cases of
ilyw.t.ry and diarrhoea.
S. because It Is the or.ly remedy that
n ill cure chronic diarrhoea.
" la thc onI-v rcmo,,y
prevtnt bilious coll..
IVc:i:iff U is tne only renif.iy
v;:i cure epidemical dysentery. j.ire.i was s'ck with a severe bowel iron
6. Reeause It Is the only remedy tbat Ible." says Mrs. K. i;. iJrejory. of i'n .i. r
c.ui always be depended up.m in ca.vs jlokMown. Me. "Our d-v-t ir's rem, !;. h.ij
of cholera I f ant im. faded: th-n ee tried fh.Ta''erl..in' ''!.,
7. i;-c.i;;se it i- the most protnpi
t.v-t tillable medicine in use f r bow. I
: . I'ecause it proOuces no bad r suits,
j f.. Kectnse It !s p!e..sar: and safe t"
' :). I'.ecause it has saved the lives of
more . the
I The J5 a.vd S ce.nt sixes for sale by
. Eotes-Conn Drug Co.
I . ..
i That a dog may best an alligator ap
' pears by the experience of the Hon. D.
! b. Stuart, of Victoria, Fla. His dog was
swlmmln? in a lake there, when Mr.
Stuart, seeing a 'gator coming, called
to the dog to come ashore. The dog
started, but the alligator wa gaining
whenthe dog turned and seized It Both
wont down, but the dog came up un
harmed, and the alligator with a las-
I The oil story of Prom;ta is 13 a para
' Me. Kromethejs was on t-rnu of intl
I nvicy with the gods. Fr3:n taem he stole
I :':r.' and gave it to m:n. For :h;s s,n
I he waa iKiund to the rooks t: Mt.n'.
! Caucas-ius. and vultures wtre sot tipon
: him. They only ate his liv.-r. 1 1sl-j prtw
again as fast as it wis neck-rd away.
'Are his sufferings to be !m igiivl ?
Take a modern ir.terprei.ulon of the
parable. There is no eojkinif ..ithcut
fire. In cooking and eating the mischief
! lies. The stomach Is overtaxed, lb hew.
els become clogged, they '.not 'Mrpo.
: of the food that Is given th--m. The :m
: purities back up on the liier. x.vn come
th - vultures the torments of .1 dlseised
' liver. r. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery Is more than equal to '.h vul.
tures of dyspepsia and Its Kindr J dis
eases. There Is no more neel of suffer-
The best regulator to regulate people
Is Simmons' Liver Regulator. It regu
lates the liver and the liver regulates the
person. If the liver is regular then
health Is good, but If sluggish or dis
eased then there Is constant biliousness.
Indigestion, headache and all the lis
orders of the stomach that one hears of.
Tr Simmons' I.iver P.egulator and prove
You naturdly ozt flesh In
the summer and running down
Is so easy Ycu get a little
weaker each day without hard
ly noticing it There is loss c:
appetite, headache, weakness
of the muscles, disturbed sleep,
weakness of memory, and these
are the beginning of nervous
prostration Iron and tonics
and bitters may afford some
temporary relief, but what ycu
need is a' food for body, brain
of Cod-liver Oil with the Hy
pophosphitss, furnishes just the
nourishment needed for those
who are run down and pale and
thin and vea':. if ycu lose flesh
in summer ta!-: t Scott's Emul
sion now. D;n't wait till faii
or winter be; -re beginning.
for wU at ym. aa ii.aa by ail druggist
I Sarsaparitla 1
S Is tlio original Sarsai-arllln. the 1
X standard of tln wyrKl. Others S
share imit:tttl tho rvim.ty.
Thoy Ortii't imitate the rernnl:
50 Years of Curcs
V'.c Mir.n! ircitulillicr of tlie iie.v,"
!.j .1 mcdl.'iuc v!-.:iii n-m-dlc th.-lr m.i.t-
::si:lxv nrs by ln -tsor I'liii t!l " I'vcr
l'i!ion of the tnrc always v,akl
ihem. What they tied tli. ii. I a t.eaV,
j , ,.,), ive. The Mti.-r I enlv
v. Ii.'n tli.-i Is an Intrr.te .neiv.al ivltc-
in. m. tin. I .in liunutlate n .' '.'!!v .l;t
i," prvlueii.c .p.l. t ii.le sh.- I rain
HMtett. r"Sl miaJi Pit ;, ri ivui ii'.ui
H.illltty of t!ii r.crvn Vy endow un: ti. it
I v U the its r'nulre to ...!- wiilu ui i
1 -' r disturbed :ihcaf ..folly.
!'"' ,r'r 1",'r 'Ut"
hhroug- the m.-dl.i of sUht. hearlmt and
j r, :e lion. Ni'V. t do - :il.r. inin tn'
it enables thtm to sustapt a .l-'atv of
teitMOU from nn li'al apiiH -.nio.i which
ih.y would te totally unable to endure
without Its assistance. S-ioti. at bast,
Is the Irresistible conclusion t b drawn
from the testimony of 'm-livs. tiad pro
fessional men, lltterate:irs. cl r.-yin.n.
and otn.i-s wh. have tesr.-.l the f.rt'.
fying and reivira.lve intl.i.'nce of ,..'. cel.
cbrated tonic and nervine.
In Jewell county. Kan., when a Judge,
before whom a father had brought his
eighteen-year-old daughter cn a charge
of Insanity, found that tho father' real
object in the preceding was to prevent
her from marrying the young man of
choice, lie caJIod the lover, who was
among the spectators, and performed thc
"list summer one of o ir erand-chll-
d l.'holer.i and Harrti a I'oui .ls
very spe. ly r-llef.'
-Oonn Oruic To.
An Atchison. Knn.. mother goes once
a month to court and tr.kes out Judg
ments for $10 each against her two sons,
the money being due according to an
agreement the consideration named In
which Is thnt the mother shall refrain
from annoying the sons by hr presence
or talk. She says that the sons hnv- de
faulted In payments since last fall.
Mr. C. L. Hasbrouck. a drusslst at Men
don. Mich., says all of the good testimo
nials that have been publish..! by the
manufacturers of rhamberliln's Colic.
Cholera a-.d Diartoea Remedy could le
duplicate.! in that town For site by
Estes-Craln Drug Co.
T?mm . V. .. -l . I 1 1 n, I ,
""' ' -""""''
" tx-tis n.tve, for over two hundred
years, ring out the grandest musle for
the benefit of the people living on the
green fields which tonb-r on the Scheldt.
Once a year. In the month of February,
the authorities select the music, and the
organ plays tv.ry hour from the old
masters of Christian song.
Some for ten, some for twenty and
thirty years hnv suffered
from p:i- a 'd then have ben t:ckly
and permaneT'y cured by using Pe
wltt's Witch Haze) Salve, the great
remedy for piles and a!! forms of skin
dl-eases. Charles Rogers.
Karl Rjmfiirly. governor general of
New Zealand, with his wife anl 'hree
daughters arrived in .Montreal from Ku
rope recently. They Intend to cross the
continent by the Canadian raclflc rail
road, stopping off for some sport In the
Rocky mountains. The party will sail
direct from Vancouver to Sydney, thence
Don't thin your bl'Od ith sassafras
or poison it with blue-mass; but nld
Nature by using DeWitt's Little Early
Riser, the famous little pills for con
stipation, biliousness and stonin-.h and
liver troubles. They are purely veget
able. Charles Rogers.
To fully apprclnte the responsibilities
of office and their consequent effect on
masculine nature try to get a civil an
swer fr.jm the potrnuile who sells tickets
at a r.-mote country railway station.
Don't neglect a cough because the
weather is p;-a.sant; before the next
storm rdls around it may develop Into
a serious difficulty beyond repair. One
Minute Cough Cure la easy 'o take
and will do what Its name implies
It Is a matter of absorbing Interest to
the people in a hotel who have heard a
c"!,,. quarreling In the next room to
not,, their behavior when they next ap
pear together In public.
Not only piles of the very worst kljid
can be cured by DeWitt's Witch Haze!
Salve, but eczema, scalds, burns, bruls
is bolls, ulcers and all other skit
troubles can be instantly relieved by
the same remedy. Charles Rogers.
Work Is the panacea for trouble, but It
comes hard when both body and spirit
are worn out, ajid to be absolutely pas
sive Is about all one feels able to en
..omjKiiJs. Wh?n you want a real life-like and
rt'wtlc photo, don't fall to call on Sno4-
- rasa. The work he is turning out now
ahead of anything ever made In As-
: rla before.
When going Ka-st travel on the North
vi Pacific Railway. Quick time and the
i ly line running dining cars. Train
ves Portland dally at 11 o'clock a. m.
Uhw Wfhfoot ('orn (Jure. Xo
enre no pay. For sale at Ks-tes-Conn
Tllb! OHJHOTION NOT flOOD.
There are people who have objection
to advertMnc matter In the olutnna of
.t newspaper. The ground of ohjeotlon
la thKt they do not want to re-id ad
vol 'ttxementa. Now thla objection Is u.t
good, for nftentlmea ih. ee ndi.i-tNe
inenia convey valuable information.
For Instance, how else would the trav
elm, public learn of ih excell'tit dl;i
liitt oar service of the Wlao.mnlii ln
tt-al llie between St. Taul and t'hlcatio,
r the general comfort of traveling over
this popular line, Kr partleulai call
M the neaivet HcVt aent or nddresa
I I" l'.,l,.l ,! I I l ll .!; , I.
r i'mhv S. Hatty, tieneral Agent, :'
Stark stm-t. I'ortliuid, r.
At J.iplln. Mo., a drunken man fell
ii. wn a uilno shaft seventy f-et on a
S.ttuiNlay i.nd lay there nearly twenty
tour hours liefoiv he :ii ill!.eoer,d.
Iteyond a few slight bruises be was not
bun. On the following Monday another
iM'uer. solvr. fell down a -haft at the
-a tne nUoe and died In half an hour.
YV". 1 1. JolltlSHl. New ;. I i iavtf.
"One Minute Cuuh Cure save.) mv only
child fnun dying by cruup " It lias
avc I fhoiiSiV:ids of others r.iffrrtng fro n
croup. pneiitnonU. hivnclutu ivl other
serious throat and luiu ' roubles
Among the treasures of the rnssania
qtie-ldy (Me. I trllv of Indians, II Is
said. Is a letter from tleorge Washington
written from his army on the Winks of
the IVIaware, m-oomier it. 1??I, In
which he expresses his pleasure that the
rassaniacpioddles had .uvepted the chain
of friendship he sent them the preceding
KKi-::rTi"Ai,.-oiiari. j. r...ni. tutv.-
WihhI. C.I.. s...: "I line i!ed Aver'
pills in my f..mily for s. v.r.il ye.irs. and
have aliv..y found th in nio-t et(. :uiil
In the relief of nllni.uH nrl-:n frm a
ill-orn. rd stomach, torpid liter, and con
st lp.it, d bowels.
A bicycle race with n panther was the
cxiitlng experience of tin Fntllsh lady
In Singapore one evening. When riding
slowly boine.,rd along .i ro.ul outsl-le
the town th. cyclist found "th.it she whs
I .-In o'lietlv stalk.. I bv a huge I I a. k I
'iMiith.r. She tiad the preetiee .f mind I
to siart otT at full ,d. and soon dl-
nic.l her pursuer.
TKl'.KIHI.i: A.'iM:-i:XT.-It isater
rtl'V a.'cid 'nl t '. buried sca' l d.
but the pain mi l a-ony .1:1 I fri.th'ful
.il!'cureiiie!.ts c.i'i I- .;i!cl.'y o.rc 'ine
ntthotil le.i. nu .i scar I'.' u-l'ic
Witt Witch H.nel .--live I'hurles
It is a noticeable thing that the croqtirt
Klrl is g-ner.illy particularly fond of ion
cream, while the golf enthusiast prefers
something heartier after the fatigue of
"They are dandies'" said Tho. How
ers. of the Crocket. Texas, Knterpilse.
while writing about DeWltfslJttle Kar
ly Risers, the fnmo'ts Utile pills f..r slck
headache and disorders of the stomach
and liver. Charles Rogers.
Very long nail Indicate that a wnm.in
and housework are stringers, but there
Is nlso an unpleasant sogi:.-tlon of
claws about them that Is anything tmt
Hundreds of thousands haw. I - en !n-
j .:ic.:d t try Cruri.t erlain ''ough i: 'ii
edy by r-adlng what It has done '.' r
0. hers, and having tested Its merits !or
theinselve- are today Its warmest frl. n Is.
For sale by ICstes-Conn Orug Co.
What a strange thing It I thnt even
though we are driven to the dentist's
by an aching tooth we nr glad to dis
cover that he Is not at home.
You may hunt the world o.er and "on
will not finu another medicine equal in
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and fiar
rhoea Remedy f -r bowel eompl.tlat. It
Is pleasant, safe and reliable. I'or sale
by Est-Conn Drug Co.
Som'? of the rel waists tills summer are
of a tone neither brick nor I'ompellan,
but a horrible mixture of obth.
If you .1. -Ire a good head .f h.-ut'hy.
uicls. nw.f-t hair, select the b. s". pi'iq..i ra
tion lo accomplish it. Hall's Hair R
r. wer Is t!ie Ust pr'xlu.-t of science.
The Joy of welcoming one from whom
you hsive been separated compensates
for the long days of absence.
Of all the whisker dyes offered to the
public none have proved so desirable nnd
easy of application us II'ieklntlKim's, to
color a beautiful brown or black.
The linen bicycle skirt Is considered
the correct thing for fair wheel women.
A dollar goes much further In market
at this season than In the winter.
' it n
The wise housewife now lays In the
fTHETRIUM OF LOVE!
Happyand Fruitful Harrlaie.
(rav-r MAN who would know Out GRAND
uuins, im 1'iaiq
Facta, the Old Secrrta anj
the Sew iJiacovrriea of
Milcal S. leiicea-applied
to Married Life, who
would atone f r paat fob
lira and avoid future pti.'
fulla, a hould write for our
woridcrlui little book,
called "ConaoWe Man.
. i;i hood and Hew lo Atu.n
to any rarneht man w will mall one ef.w
Entirely fre, in piain aealed coyer.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., 3J:
AN OPEN LETTER
WE ARE ASSORTING IN TIIK COVKTS Ol'lt KU5IIT TO THIC
rxcu'sivt: i'sr. tr the vmu "CASTOHIA," and
"PITCHER'S CASTOIUA," AS ook lUAi'i; Makk.,
, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Ilywinis; Massachusetts,
was tho originator cf M PITCHER'S pASTORIA." :i!w 'same
that has bomc and docs now
hrnr ihfl fnr..im:li siannturfl of
This is the original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been
used in the homes of thc Mothers of America for over thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at tha wrapper and srr that it is
the hind you have always bought .....?p on tho
and has the signature of Wux wrap
per. No one has authority from, me to use r.uj tuime ex
cept The Centaur Company of which Clms. II. Tk-chcr is
March S, 1S9T. QAt syC:P
Do Not Bo Deceived.
Do not ciulancr the lifo of your cliii.l by ncrcptinjj
a cheap substitute: which some drujjj'ist may ollVr you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in
gredients of which even lie thus not know.
"The Kind You Hcivo Always Bought"
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
Tho Kind lliat Nera Jailed You.
UNION MEAT COMPANY
Shield Brand Hams, Bacon, Strictly Pure Lard
ALL KINDS OF
(lu-ranircJ I at
CORNER FOURTH AM) (1I.ISAN STREETS
Prir 1 Oil iiik-im v.ht. Sli mi mnm nmri lu rower
reroi. ft.-'eiic t uii.-n'4iMi ntirTD-nski iu iim
f jiiIk to ni iso tli wraft Itm-aetil niaa itrtaut. Lemma aod luaa'l.ffll. Jttal Irf a Imii
o.tiUJ. W ri;Ht j on It. t-! ten. what w aar. fuf
abero- t-rnJ i.r out l lei lim I r" i.il
liniuivw iiutM I ua i uuaa u aaatu w,,tuwiwan mmrmm
Bold and O
ASTORIA & COLUMBIA RIVER RAILROAD
TitnC C'.rtr-timmln cllcct .l.ily . IMOT
I.KAVK Astoria for I-'lavd at 7 a . m.. to a. m. and 12 m and p. m. dally; at
4:30 p. m. Saturday only: at 6:30 p. m. dally except Bnturday and Sunday;
at 10 p. m Haturday only: and at 7:H p. m. dally exoept Saturday.
I.KAVK Astoria for H-usidc at 7 a, m. and 10 a. m. djlly;; at 4:Jn p. m. Haturday
only; at p. m. dally except Saturday and Sunday; at 7:10 p. m. Saturday
I.KAVK Kl.vv.-I fur Astoria at !:05 a. m., t-b a. m I0:t5 a .m. and 1:30 p. m. dally;
at 3:3) l. m. Saturday only; at 4:3' p. m. dully except Saturday and Sun
day; at 6 p. m dally except Saturday, nnd at 8:15 p. m. Saturday only.
I.KAVK Klav. l for Seaside at 7:27 a. m. and I') a. m, dully; at 4:57 p. m. Saturday
only, and at r.::,7 p. m. dally except Saturday and Sunday.
I.KAVK Seaside for Astoria nt 5:2(1 a. m. and fc:W . m. dully; at 2:45 p. m. Satur
day only; at 3:15 p. m. dally except Saturday and Sunday; at B:W p. m.
Sunday only, and at 0 P m. Saturday only.
I.KAVK Seaside for I'lawl lit 5 :?J a. m. a nd :30 a. m. dally; at 2.1." p. in. Haturday
only, and lit 3.15 p. in. dally t-xceu t Saturday and Sunday.
UrJ jff&fs. if iimnnn nrc-TftnrnMcupioENE"
taTWrm! f-r t U Z.H (A tlonol lsim.ua rencu iiayanian, win umisir '!"'
ffi'lv Sl fZ i vims or Oes.- of lt" s-uertive iirsuiia, audi as
lis Sul i r',J I'ls-imiila, I'alniln thsII-k.Heinliial J..iiilluii, K.-i
ocruna saio stun n,n(.jrsand thanrlnaryontnnsol atllmpurlUsa
aVTBv.ha.ara .e..-n uai,M.mll avaak nrlflna
Tiki reason aiiiTerrrs r not cnrisl br ImrMiri Is bciiai. nlnsty per rent are tronhM wllh
Proaiallda. liliq KN K Is tha mil known ri-mer to enre wli Is.ut an 0s-rsUoii. SMiieiim...iV.
la. A written g.i-raFil. eleoiil money return-! If six noosi d.ssi not affotl S poruuuiuLtaura
liO a box, nix fV.r V(ii. y maJl. Menu for r circular and leallnioiilala,
Addreas 1)A Vol, nsuiC'IJia CO., P. O, IfJX W7S, Baa yraackwo, OaJ. PwaUtt
CIIAS KOOErt8,'46 Commercial Btret' ' ' 1
' KA t M K'l-ranlceU to cure all
rl (7 mala rower, iieaaacne, wnaciuiuesa, i-oav Mannuou, niguily ifniia
!aW aMT v "". NervouHneu, all dralaa,loMuf power lit Ueutratlve Oiiaoa (,r
ntf- f ta a nen-pofaonom
r'-'.i'.lv for Uoi.errh.vft.
In I itltv,
.:!"., H p. rma lor r Ii..-,
V. .a.ca, unit atural ilia
l.4rin-a 1L0 rarw-a, or at.f li.llatnni
not i, t.i.tue-. tier., Irritation or ul.era
'.".in ffoi.iafe.a. t.'ci .f n. ucnuf mem
'.'liV.i Cho . e r.n. erin.-a. f.o..atrllje;ul
:".llic FT"? etfild bf llrwitrlala.
yt r, a i 2. -i or aent la pla.a wrapper,
,Q . ',! ly eiprrM. pr-plj, lor
uirtular Mill va rmusat.
;-- on every
OREGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
A TRAtNING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS
Kci 'l ir Vf'n ruur- f lliiv jfi-nm
I r tiii.K it'L'r iti'Mit f nlic fut w ltd .'") ohll-tnMi.
natfin tti'it an 1 (r oil lid in itvmimitlc ,Sn? lUh ti-t-'in
. n 1 Vi-'- M tli' fur iniiiU' vh
Hi- ,.rrnttl Illnti4 to rtMiHC.tifr't I - l m aHTAlK
1.1H' iMtllr-'li A I K tt ti.
I !fc'lt 'li"lltf. I lltlliMI, ImMII, t-tiil til lullhf
it).-ni U.ur tin tln'titM-lv-'i, Jll'" ti per r
A-" tt tr (rfln . t if(otl (fotil tiltfti it.N.h,
rfUit'(i-.ir t rf-itl y wit on apt'1-' (-
V. I. CAMrHM.I. I'r. iPMt. vt
V. A. WANS. rVctrury Kiuult).
Ilist In Ike Marktt
f dMlror Uw4trs tiw t.cro In aar
w.ir.a. n kiu pnuwii to tuu-r taa .itirvrf
m ll bm .lrf
car I alwilulely nuar..te.t lif arutrtflala avpris
and snvSa Yuilf IJI Ar' "rltlen luaiumuj
uarantced by Chaa. Rogers, Pruggist-
aSTOHU'S (.OKI. 1 01 3
rill Music, (lainve of All Kinds. Two
Good Order and Everybody's Right
TKICTL V OHHKHTKU.
you ..( nil ii. r
iMmnira. TlnflLnvsM to igsrrr. Kxhauailnir lirslM. Vnrt--.K-..ia a.lA
Cimtlitlon. II stois all liawea hy .lay .r nlKl.t. I'revema iiii, k
ll'Miof llai:lisrt, which If nolch-ck- Win KiHpermntorrhii-a ami
nervoue diaeaaee, auoh Weak Mrniory, I,,J'f
. - . -- - j 1 j ....... a, c.nwitc uae Ol
tobacco, opium or timulanta, which lead to Infirmity, Cnnaumption or
Inaanlty. Can be carried in ett pocket, tl ooprr hoi, 6fr U bv mini
prriraid. Circular Free. Hold by all druitirlita. Aak forlt;UkeiioI.llirr
Maiiufnctured by the Pcau Medicine Co , I'ana, Finncr I aue lmvia
lrug Co., dialributlug ggcuU, Tbird ad Yaaihill bt., i'urtl'uud, or.
JT. W. CONK. Afeat. Aatorla.
i l I he!0 liny ljpsule. Brn sir.
to oMwm or tm idj l
il Cnhcbs or Injoclion's nricf a
CURE IN 43 HOIJlii
the same disesst s with
SnM hy nil rirufril'r.
I'tHl HUNT- KiuhWksI. n liiin front
r....ni, with Iwy wtn.lowi cititr.illy l.
(iilol; 414 lUiimngP slrwl. nmr NHUll.
I'ull It KM' -Two flllillub.-d r.a'lns. l"
luilli, Klin, view, un.l iilt'il l"'ttlon
mi I 'runUtlii iiwniie. A.l.lte" ".
I. man uttlce.
tMiu of Ihn iniwt dealinbln iimins In the
city fur ivnl. with iHMtr.l, rr single
li.-iilloiniin; iilmt lubl.. lH.rd for in ur
tu li.iill. nieii ut WU limiiaiig"' H'.'.
Knit l;KNTl',utiilsli.d riMiina. an
suit,, or slngit.. by llio d, r m-wiilv.
Hotel Tlghe, iiud.-reiillre now mjia.
meiit, tln-nt t-mlui'llon In rts. Mr.
II. V. l'luier, inajiagitr. t'.f. Klevnlfc
Mild l''i imlillii.
UnllnvMkl IhiiuU wmited fur liniiirdUU
work .. Hack. Aii-ly al n"Hi Hayel
block. A. 0 H. It. .
I'l'lt SAI.K li.e.u., an I':" l''''
I'l.llllllbltt bicycle. Ill perfect . .Mldlt loll.
Apply at llie Aat..rl.i hV
roll HAI.M-A J. 8. Mundy lmpr.v4
Motion drum h-'Utlng wiglne. rUse f
boiler. 7x2ti fM.i; ryliidr, 7IJ lnoli.
firnt Wa engine, alm.nt n g.w4 M
new. Addrena "A." Atoi1n m.
l.uH'P-lMw.m tlrtniMi' mid tlw KJbl9
ll.H.d. Ivi.wn mink fur "t. n
finder will ..blaln utbible reward by
l,.ivliig Iht. garment at tli. Ast'-rttn
lll II. I. HKNI.IItft.'N.
Iilfliv, Kil.ti. Hull III. i. Astoria.
7 lii il a. in ; !.' t 7 un.l - " P m.
Spxial utt.iit..n given to ti". irpatnirnt
if limwaa-a ft tbn l.- 1'hl.illlc I "Is
us, , and Suiv ry,
C. C. HllKU KIt.
ATlMllMCr AT LAW.
liuiidcrwiu Hull ling.
1U. JAV Tl'TM-li
I'llVSICIAN AND Kl.'lttlKON
liftlisr, ras'tm 6 and i. I'ythlan bulldg.
"Jli I'uiiinirrelal HI, Itreidenra aama
Acting assistant urcon L". H. Ma
rin hospital rrilr.
JllllN T. I.K1HTKII.
littlce, upatalra, Astorlan building
lU'lUiKKH AND CO.NTUACTOna.
If you want pi.d lumlr and loweat
lirlorg figure with the (..Ik- Mills.
W. II, KDWAKDS, agent.
II A. SMITH.
Room 1 and 2. I'ythlan llulldlni.
ovi C. II. CnM.r' store.
tK. O. II. KHTKH.
riiYMICtAN AND HL'IIGBON.
Hpcelal attention to dlajise of wo uvea
Offl.- ovrr Iianifgnra store. As tort.
Tslephona No. U
J. Q. A. ROW 1.11 T,
ATTOltNKT AND OOUNBELOR
Office on Hond stnwt. Astoria, Or.
ii. T. citosnr,
4M Commercial street
Chsster V. Ixdph. Itlrbard Nlxsa.
I't'I.lil t, NIXfiN,
ATTOHNKT8 AT LAW.
Portland. Oregon, 24. 2S, M and tl,
Hamilton llulliliiig. All legal and col
lection builn as i.romptly attended to.
Claims nKtilnit tho government a ipe
ilalir. HOCIRTT MKKTIN08.
TKMI'I.K I.i.I if k NO. 7, A. F. ana
A. M.-ltegulnr coininuntcallons halo) on
the first and third Tuesday evening of
U. W. l.l iI'NHHEItRT, W. U.
K. C. 1IOLDKN, Secretary.
R. P. Elmore
W. H. Harrison
...Open for Special Charter...
Balling datet to and Irom Tillamook
end Nehalem depend upon
Por Prelht and Paaaenger
Kate Apply To
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO.
, i -i
0. R. N. CO., Af enU.Portlaad