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THE DAILY AST0R1AN, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, UW7.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
Telephone . No. 61
1EKMS OF St'BSCRIITlOH.
Bent by mall, per year
Bent by mail, per month ...
Bcrvid by carrier, per month.
compLshed In the pat nnd of the In
viting opjor(iiiiWe of the prvs.vu, that
It may have zi early ati.l IlV-rally ex
tended trial i .-:,'.
Bent by mail. per year In advance.
Postage free to ubscrtber.
A REMARKABLE CURE OF CHRONIC
In ISO, when I aerved my country aa
private In Company A, 167th Pennsyl
vania Volunteer, I contracted chronlo
,41 . dlarrhaMu It haa given ma a great deal
0 iruuuie ever num. a imiv mm m
doien different roedlclnee and several
prominent doctor without any perman
ent relief. Not long ago a friend ent me
a sample bottle of Chamberlain' Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and after
'that I bought and took a SO-cent bottle:
land now I can y that I am entirely cur
led. I cannot be thankful enough to you
for Uili great Remedy, and recommend
All commiu.lca.Uona Intended for publi
cation ahould be directed to the idl'.or.
Bunlm-ea communications of all kinds 'jt (0 m suffering 'veterans. If In doubt
and remittance mutt be addressed 'o ' writ me. Yours gratefully, HENRY
"The Aatortaa" ' STEINBERCJER. Allentown, Pa. Sold by
jj Ayer's ' I
:j Sarsaparilla ;
The Remedy with J
; ! Record. i -;
j SO Years of Cures '
Vhen a mother' allow n .t'au'shter l
appropriate her wrap, mows, vella or
other artli'lea of parental attire, 'she be.
g.n a illoy of fnnujl.irlly whlh,( soon
cr or ater, breeta contempt, A respect
for one's Vrlonirtngn Uniiidr a reapso;
lor their poeeor, !
It' a woman's vocation to K liked.
Use Webfoot Corn I'ure. Xo
cure in) pay. For sale at Ks-tes-Conn
The Aetorlan guarantees to It aub- Estes-Conn Drug Co,
scrlbers the largest circulation of any
newspaper published on the Columbia I jju King Ei g, a yourg Chi: woman
A woman Is a kooJ js a m;:i any day.
Mr. Nathaniel Mortcnscn, a well known
Wh. n tho color tf the. hair l not plea,
lug, It m.y be beautified by uatttg Hall's
lUIr Uenewer, a, preparation Invented to
rvstrre and Impiove the hair and lis color.
A daughter should nvrr -k t.or b
allowed u "oiitdivsvt" her ;iothr. In
every family the metier should ts th
lvt-lr, nd member.
PiMvnts tionerally twrlw that nie.mnv
if nihil resreef they den f -not alwayt
p ri'.'P". Init very g, n. r:lly.
ChnirVrtaln's Colic, Cholera and Plsr-
lllavn of lahpemlng, Mich,, and editor '"' Ketnedy nlway affords prompt re-
river, who studied medtc.ne In tils ovumry, 'Superior Posten, who, for .1 loiu Mine,
Advertising rate can bo had on nppU- ! taking the desre of M. P.. Is now l suffered from the most exru htltvf pains
ration to the business manager. 'charge of tie Slir.g-Hu ho pitnl at Fo'or rheumatism, was cured, .Is In .v-uri
The Weekly Astorlan, the second old. I chow, and a story Is told of coot.e
eat weekly In the atata of Oregon, t-aa. j Rh wheels! h s Mini o'd mvher l.iO'
nct to th Portlaod Oregct.lan, the tnilee on a b,irrow to tike her to the
largest weekly circulation In tha atate. ! oman dictor. A double oi eration for
John F. Handley Co. are otir Portland j cataract was the resv.l: and the old
agent, and copies of the Astorlan can I woman can sec as well as ver.
be hod every morning at their :a.-.d, t
124 Third airect I Pon't nauseate your stomach with teas
bitter herbs, but regulate your hvr
land sick headache by using those famous
If evidence was needed th.it Astorioas , tt)e pls knovn , r Wltf, Uuie
when In earnest can carry a point to a ( Early Risers. Charles Rogets.
successful Issue. It was rurtsneu yesier.
day. The large Crowds of visitors at
M. A. Connelly, of Savar.ah, Ga., ho
hAA been chos secrelarv of the Nlc-
tHvllng the owning of the -97 regatta , arftsua Cana, commission. Is a native
were proof positive that an attraction of Boot on. He was for Ave year Vnl:l
adequate to the effect was tha cause of , States Commissioner in Georvia ami for
their presence In the city. It la a mauer j h secrffary to Capt.
. O. M. Carter, who haa had charge of the
of congratulation that the management i . .
cwr I government harbor work at Savannah,
of this year's carnival is In such good j
hands, and that, at this particularly I Carelessness in girlhood
Antsu-t ,.- iir i w have Dee-i (aauea sresi " uiumjj.iti m
. . a i .n , afwr life. Little IrregulariLes and weok-
to show our friends ami neighbors In t , , v , , ,
nesics In girls should be looked after
the state, as well a visitors from abroad. , prompt, Rnd tr.aUnen. at once.
the beauties and great business advan- t pr. Pfcrce's Favorite Prescr.pU n rro
tuge of the harbor of the low ?r Colum- .motes regularity of all tha femi.Ine fw;c
bda. Actual observation of facts does strcr.gth and builds up a
, . . sturdy heal:h with which to rr. ee ihe
more to convuKe people of the status o. ;
affair m any community than do bush- . u not unlvtrsaJ nacei. It is gool
els of letters a.id newspaper articles. V.'e , for but one thin?. It Is diivctod SvKIy
wanted peoile to visit us, and in the at one te: of organs.
- Mn,M ' Dr- Pierce's Common Serse M?i.c.il
fnt. of comparatively strings it times. .
Adrir. a V page mevlical work, prj
just at the close of the Eshins season. fus4y jliuptratHl .., ,,, f!W on
tini Just on the eve of betier times, the . receipt of n to-r-cr t stamps to cov.r
able committee In charga if affairs sue- Ipos'age only. Address. WorH'i rirn.
cessfully arrange-J ad brought oft a 'T W.ral Associvl-m. Rnffslo. X. T.
carnival of sports which offered to the !
stranger aa lnducemaot extraordUry to !
risit Astoria and the coast. "Everywhere '
good feeling has prevailed and the city's
guests have bea well eoterrained. When
they leave us next week, it is certain ,
that all will have a good word for As-
toria, and the most of them will have j The hair when not properly cared for.
gained an adequate Idea of the resources loses its lustre, becomes crisp, harsh and
and facilMea of the second New York i j -" "
harbor, and will not be slo In spreading
tne information aoroau. The near com- i iicparts that silky gloss so fgs:nlal to
pletion of the railroad will makj it pos- j perfect beauty.
stble for visitors this winter to come I
here Jn Pullman cars, and one of the re- ' Lord Sarwlhurst was n alle.1 as erand
suits of the "97 re?at:a will be railroad
excursions of people a-.xi'jus to lean
ogo, by taking Ayer's S:ir.ip.irlll.i, lia-.-'n
neve- felt a ti;gv of It sin,?-.
Pearvsti fr wids makf the li-st eneml-s.
When going East travel on Ihe North
ern Paclrte Railway. Quick t'.me and the
only line running dining car. Train
leave Portland dally at 11 o'clock a. m.
U sometlinen the crave of
Vim, Vigor and victory these are the
characteristics of Pe Witt's Little Early
Risers, the famous little pills for con
tipatlon, biliousness and all stomach
and liver troubles. Charles Rogers.
It's a bad work.nan that quarrels with
"They don't make much fuss about ll."
We are speaking of Pe Witt's Little
Early Risers the famous little pills fr.r
constipation, biliousness, and all stomach
and llvtrr trouble. They never gripe.
I lief. For sale by Fates-Conn Pt ug Co,
Nrvv Yotk is being iloodcd with vOiin
terf.'.t pennies. ThW Is an additional In.
.Ineeiiu nt fer prosperity to li.iKi.a nnd
make prices and wage so lilch '.hat the
coin will not he n - elel.
For Infantt and Children
Preventable misfortunes consist, chief,
ly. of manifold thlnss little to do. but
immer.e things to hae done.
Sinners never heir a:iy hi nn of thorr..
A woman may Just as well g up the
It.ime whe:i once she can't nviko the othe
Rev. Pr. George P. Ma:thews, secre
tary of the Paa-Amcriean Alliance, Is
to leave London next month to visit the
Reformed churches of Russia. From
Russia hi w.l go to Persia to a:tetid th-?
Siyod of the native Syrlac church at
,'lr.g. To prevent this, th-r best Irwsing
In the market Is Ayer's Hair Vigor. It
I master of Scottish Free Mas. nry in
! Inl.a on June t'h. The followtrg ray
, he lai! the fo inlaticn sto.-? of the B'm-
more of us. or to go Into business iq..;he j i,y Free Mason's Hall, whsn an .labor
coming Northwestern commercial port. : :e program was obsen ed.
"I crave but One Minute," said the
public speaker in a husky voice: and then
he took a dose of One .Minute Cough Cure
and proceeded with his oratory One
Minute Cough Cure Is unequalled tor
throat and lung troubloa. O.as. Rogers.
It W .ontl.l-ntly rxllcvid tlat Crea:
I Jtrttain w.ll i;.u attempt to invr i
j with the it'.n-xa:lin of Hawaii mi!r
some one 1 !.) Indiscreet a to d -9i-
girl maks youmr m.nr'e1
AN OPEN LETTER
WE ARE ASSERTtNO IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO Till?
EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "0 ASTORIA," AND
" PITCHER'S CASTORIA," as our thai mark.
, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, qf llyannis, Massachusetts,
was the originator ("PITCHER'S CASTORIA." the same
that mis borne and decs now , j') m mrV
bear the facsimile signature of C&ffl&Mi( wrapper.
This is the original PITCHER'S CASTORIA, ' which has been
used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at iho wrapiier and see that it is
the hind you have always bought ' " 0,1 MQ
and has the signa wrap
per. No one has authority from mo to use my name ex
cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. . Fletcher is
President. a j
March S, 1S97.
Do Not Bo Deceived.
Do not endanger the life of your chiKl by accepting
a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in
gredients of which even he does not know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
, . VIA .
Library Car Route
AMICMCA'8 HOICNIO 1,1 NIC.
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed You.
I Tht vrl VraatAliI
I Viuliw.Uxsim ni
llttool m fuutMU KriKh thyati-tit, IU fjulcklx i uiv ,.u of All tit-r-
v.mfl or uiM'w, ni in gmirrauv urt u u, ti D um Mnh.MV
InwtmiilA. I'Kinaln lh lwh,Jiiiliil rmul.Mt. .rv,lul lvt,tiiih
Mtnplr VnOlMMl to Marry, k;iliiuui lrlti 'rwlm M'.&
Cuiullluitlon. It lUM1 kll rr lUr r liKlil Pe.viil MUk k-
Bri el dihrf whWh U Hwirhm-krt Wfai lit f4ntmt.rrtM. m
ri'.nvW .iMn,th,ii.ii:. rMLtmimall WMk urali&
Tii r.Muu r.ulTi.n.n r rwl rara.1 l"rinr la bmiw nfnty pt en tt llk
PtwuiIII. Cl'l'l I'ltN : I Uvvonly knuwn rrmnlr larurvwIiluMiluiopnuin. liuiMilniik
I A wrlltiHi tun-mnlf-fflTar't nunr rianid If g Imam iliwai no alXvcl a pruuMl.4ur
fUVahoi.aii f..r (lui. bv niail. rtvnii fur msMclrrular ftuil iMtlmoniAla,
A,Ua Vul. MEIIK'IX CO r. O. Uux ITBu rrvKkco,rVl. V AJ t
C'HAr) KOOEHH. 461 Commorclal BtrL
Th ll-rll rouU lu KikibiiI iiilnlnf
dtntrlct, Vt IWnItU iJ Hiokn
Shortest and Quickest Line
St. Paul. Minneapolis,
AND ALL. IHJINT8 RAHT
Through Palace and Tourist
BlMpvra, Olltliiff tiil Ubrary Obaarv-
HKKVIOK AND ricK.N KKY t'NKA(jl'Kl.KU
Fur tlckal oil full Information oaJl
on or aililr
A, H, C. PENNIHTON.
C. IV A T. A., Itortland. or.
It C. BTBVKNri, O. W. I. A.. 8aKJ.
It heals verr.hlrg except a broken
heart, m.ijr b said of D Witt's Witch
Uitd Salve. Pl!es anJ rectal (V'eanes.
cut?, burns, brulws, tetter, ecxema ani
.ill skin troubloa may b cured by it
quickly and permanently. Chas. Por'R
There Is omhln bet-er than beauty,
and that Is charm.
It Is always gratifying; to receive testl-
j monlals for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera.
'?nd Diarrhea Remedy, and when the
and Germany and England and Belslum , endorsement to from a physldan it Is
Ir.vxe particular attentlcn :o the reel- epeclal!y so. "There Is no more satls
proclty clause of the Dlngley law. It U j fa-t7 or effective remedy than Cham-
I Nerlain s rollc. Cholera and Diarrhoea
. Remedy." writes Dr. R. E. Robey. nhvsl-
neotiattd to take the place of the old, jclan ud pharmaclst of oiuey, Mo.; and
and. of course, entirely new rec.piocal he has used the remedy In his own fam-
The termination af the spsclal conven-
tfinna fi-nwmlnr trnlp lp!w.l ITniyljiriil
expected that new conventions will b i
"Let me five you a pointer," said M.
. GreRs". a popular conductor on the
Missouri Pacific railroad. "Do you know
that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Dlarrhoe Remedy cures you when you
have the stomach ache? Well. H does."
And after srtvlnff this friendly bit of
advice, the Jolly conductor passpd on
down the aisle. It is a fact that thou
sands of railroad and traveling; men
never take a trip without a bottle of
this Remedy, which Is the best cure for
fcowel disorders In the world. K and 50
ffht bottles for sale by Estes-Conn Drug
Thre are not husband enoush to i o
iround statistics prow it.
tuTaruremeinlts will b
England and Canada. Talk of a tariff
war growing out of the ner conditions
is not credited anywhfre. Tariff wars
have never been profitable, and, besides,
effectel between. d old It in his drug store for
years, he should certainly know. For
sale by Estes-Conn Drug Co.
The discarded finery of a daughte.
should never constitute a mother's ward-
reclprocfty recognized now aa entitled I robe. No one feels especially dU-.ilPed In
to a place In the best directed economic
policies. The experience of this govern
meat with reciprocity has been h.ghly
satisfactory. The special conventions ne
gotiated Lnder the McKinley law wen?
all sueceAeful from the An-erkan point
of view, and ought all to have been con
tinued. In fact, it was their success
the presence of one whofe eld cloths she
Is wearing, aad a mother should at all
times preserve hr dignity before her
children. The mother who nevr lo e
her queenllr.ess will nen er lose her crown.
What causes bad dreams Is a question
that has never been satisfactorily an
swered: but. In nine caaea out of ten,
frightful dreams are the result of Imper
fect digestion, which a few doses cf
Ayer's Sarsaparilla will effectually reme
dy. Don't delay try It today.
A 11? should be larre a.nl n.lnp'i'.!
and allow a margin for -iltra Ion.
If in-i!t'i:.'i. con.t;patu.". ajul blllous-
i m si torin.-nt the luxly, tho hind cannot
I N cliar Th-se dlyonlers rrn, '. upon th
Iran nKt hurtfully. ami pnlui a
cloudiness W the orxiin of thoutrh; not
xporieiuvd by n healthy min. Happily,
thise bnun-opprsil ninlaill may b
fntii.ly ciire.1 ly that pn-rli-s altrr.
atiw, H''Si-::er's Stumaih Ulttcrs.whl.h
cn.p. r.fr.!ii-ji and ImUcomtis ilix
br.nn and isvrves, whit It regulate ttui
orpins of digestion. a-im!I:itlin nnl Ml.
lous scretlon. It ftxpelj th. nturbl 1
humors which pw!on the ny.ttem Uirough
th bols and urinary passages, and ex
irts a powerful Invicoratlng Influence a.t
wll. It cathartic act.on Is n.-vcr Irri
tating, violent or painful, hut even, nat
ural an.l progressive. As nn uppetiier
and sleT promoter, the Hltters Is unrlv-
aiii; it rniuea-eK me infirmities of itge.
rl.-ve thr nllm.nis p.H:uliar to tho
g'titl. r x. .irr- ft.'i i n-mature d'.e.iy.
.i.il hu'.Ut iip an .-nf-ebHl physlrpn-.
him, l: r( natural
-t iri ... ..r ai.v "nf .finiA
Uon, irrltaiiou ur ul.rn.
n.-tw ... ... a. i, ii ,.f .Kiii,. n g m. n.
llttmCtv -I P,a tranrn oii-atrtoirnf
J I. HP 'I. i'lWil-l. fin
rin tlualo. llaniH of All Klmla. Twi
Cood Order and Everybody's Right
rcgir .,iit va ri.'Ueal
Burning, itching skin di?asfs Instant,
ly relieved by De Witt's Witch Hazel
Salve, unequalled for cuts, bruises.burr.s.
It heals without lf-aving a scar. Chas.
Mr. C. L. Hasbrouck. a druggist at ll-n-don,
Mich., says ail of the good testimo
nials that have been published by the
manufacturers of Chamberlain's Collr.
which marked them for repeal when tha 'cholera ar.d DIarhoea Remedy could ht-
democratic party returned to power In
1Ki3. They were rapidly increasing the
foreign trade of the country by arrange
Bvtrta which, Instead of being fpecial,
the democracy held should be general.
Bo they were repiJei, and the step
proved to be one of the many unwise
teps which marked the replacing o the
McKinley law with the Gorman Wilson
law. There is now an opportunity to try
reciprocity again and under new and Im
proved conditions. Laws governing the
trade of other countries are about to
undergo revision on reciprocity lnes, and
K will be a good time for the United
Slates to enlarge Its commercial connec
tions by tho same means. It has a
gcod deal to offer, and It will not be
difficult to obtain a hearing in any quar
ter. As to the quarters that should be
approached, that, of course, la a question
to be determined only after the most
thorough survey of the whole field and
the most careful balancing of all Inter
ests Involved. The reciprocity clause of
the Dlngley bill wa made a part of that
measure after full discussion. It had
the approval of the republican members
of both house of coV.gress. It receive!
before it passed congress the approval
of the president, who. as the author of
the ItcKlntey bill, had already mastered
the subject. It 'm a part of the law,
therefore, to be executed, and the hone
Is, In view of what the policy has ac-
-''Plicated in that town.
Efctes-Craln Drug Co.
For 5a!e by
There's no slsht mora deplorable than a
man who can employ himf lf.
Th-r is a lime for everything: and
the time to attend to a cold is whtn It
starts. Don't wait till you have con.
sumption but prev nt It by ulng One
Mlnut- Couch Cure, the gr-at rem!y
for toughs, cold?, croup, brtmchltts and
all throat and lun; trouliln. Charles
of Cor!-!r r OH whi Hypcphos
phites, can be taken ai easily in
summer as in winter. Unlike toe
plain oil it is palatable, and the
typophosphitei that are in it aid in
digestion and at the same time tone
op the system.
For sickly, delicate children, and
for those whose longs are affected,
it is a mistake to leave it off in the
summer months. The dose may be
reduced if necessary.
We recommend the small size
especially for sunmsr u:e; and for
children, where a smaller dose is re
quired. It should be kept in a cool
place after it is once opened.
for sale by all druggets tt yac and tuos
All lovers' promises are, of
'ntlnly founded on the doctilne if proba
John Griffith, of Zanesv.lle, O., says:
"I never lived a day for thirty years
without suffering agony, until a box of
De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cured my
piles." For plies and rectal troubles,
cuts, bruises, sprains, eczema and all
skin troubles De Witt's Witch Ifazrl
Salve Is unequalled,. Charles Rogers.
A child's respect for Its 'wrents is not
secured by over leniency any more than
THE OBJECTION NOT GOOD.
There are people who have objection
to advertising matter In the columns of
a newspaper. The ground of objection
Is that they do not want to read ad
vertisements. Now thl objection Is not
good, for oftentimes th'-ne 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 Cen
tral line between St. Paul and Chicago,
or the general 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.,
or Geo. S. Batty, General Agent, 246
j Stark street, Portland, Or.
Ey virtue of tin execution and or ler
of ,a!e l.iii-. out of the f'ircult Court
of the St ne of Or-gon for the Countv
of Clatsop, on the l.'.th day of July, A. D.
l!.'t" upon a Judgment nrd d-rrrc r.,.
lrd th.-p-:n on the third day of Juiy,
I'll" in favor of C. E. Itaylm ajiil C. i.
Palmburg. plaintiffs, run I ngairmt the
Flavel Hotel Company, and in favor of
defendants. Hand Manuf.ir ttirl' g I 'd., J.
P. Rismnssen, A. S. Gllllsple. Or. gon
PIim Lumber f'ompany, G. v.. Rate, on l
O. F. Marnton. a.nd n-ln-t al,l l'av..
Hotel Company for 'lie sum total of
K'K.'.C. w.h In-. rest t her-on from third
day of July. K.7. at the ra'c of J per
rr-nt pe- annum. toite'l,.-r wlin the rw s
and .lUbiirm. nts. tnXe at fHf,.?-,, nnd
the eosvs or ml upon this wn .-on.-
.u.ni.naK ami requiring nie to make
lie IOIII.WIM' rl,.-.J r ,
ill . .
;i kh-k ao. in. m Hie town of
Flavel, as .i. out ,,ri ,.MP,i..i .,.
CO' r?e. j Flfive) I..., K. I,pVelt.m,.n r, ,'
together wl-h the Flav-I Hot.d, itltua..l
thereon, ;,n.l together wlili the tenement
hereditaments and appurtrma.nces theret
belonging or In anywLe appermlnlng, all
in the County of Clatsop, State of Ore.
Notice Is hereby given that I will, on
Monday, the 20th day of Septetnl-r, i,
"t the hour of 10 o'clock In the foret.oon
of snld day, n frrnt of and at the court
house door, in the City of As'.orla, n
said county and state, sell at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder, for cah. the
above descr.bed re-il property, or so
much thereof as may be necessary to
satisfy said Judgment, Interest, costs nnd
all accruing routs.
JAMES W. HAtlU.
Sheriff of CI.ita.jp Co., Or.
Dated Astoria, Or., August M, U3?.
ASTORIA & COLUMBIA RIVER RAILROAD
TltTlC Cn rcimmln oftect July o. lsJT
t.KAVE Astoria for Flavel ut " a . ni., M a. m. nnd 12 m , and 1 p. m. dally; at
4:30 p. m. Suturduy only: at i.M p. til. dully except Saturday and HunUay;
at ":IU p. m. Hal unlay only: and at 7.S) p. m. dally except Saturday.
LF.AVK A Mori it for Svnsido at 7 a. m. an d 10 a. m. dally:; at 4 Jo p. m. Halunlay
only: at 6:3u p. m. dally except rU tunlay and Sunday; at 7:10 p. in. Kuturday
Li;AVK Plnvel for Astoria at 4:U3 a. m., M a. m., I" 45 a .m. and 190 p. m. dally, j
at J:3U p. m. Saturday only; at 4: ' p. m. dally ex.-vpt Saturday and Bun- j
day; at ( p. m. dally except Satur duy, and at S IS p. m. Saturday only.
I.KAVK Flavel for Scnilde at 7 .27 a. in. and 10 a. m. dally; at 4.57 p. m. Haluiduy j
only, and at 6:57 p. m. dally except Hat unlay and fiumlay. j
LEA VK Bi-ojilde for Astoria at S:20 a. m. and k:30 a. ni. dally; at I 45 p. m. Batur- i
day only; at 1:45 p. m. dally exc pt Saturday and Sunday; at 5:20 p. rn.
Sunday only, and at 6 p. m. Batu nluy only.
LEAVE Seaside for Flavel at 6:20 a. m. a nd ;30 a. m. dully; at 3:46 p. m. Saturday
only, and at 3:46 p. m. dally excep t Saturday and 8unday.
oivia choick or
Vis Spokane and St. Psa!
Via Ogden, Oenvtr and
Omaha op Kansas City.
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining Chair Cars
Astoria to Sao Franolsto.
Stat of California, Saturday, Aug H
Columbia, Thursday. Auut H
Slat of California. Turahlay. August IL
For rata and itnerai tnrormadea Mil
on er adtlreas
O. W. LOUNBUKnRT.
W. II. IIUIILBURT.
Qen. Pas. AgL, Portland. Or.
A. I.. Mi'llLKtl,
E AST T-EAST?-
.SNAP fl KODAK.
at any man corning nut of
our store and you'll get a
portrait of a man brimming
over with pleasant thoughts.
Huch luJIty In the llo,iior
w hiivetoolTerareenoui'h to
COMB AND THY THEM
HUGHES & CO.
R sure and ae tbjit your
ticket read via
THE NORTH-WE8TERN Ll.VE
THE NORTH-WESTERN LINE
'UK NORTH WB.TERN LINE
Tilt: NOl'TH-WfSTFIW LINE
CHICAGO, ST. PAUL.
This Is tho
'illKAT KIIOUT LINE
DULUTH, SAINT PAUL, CHICAGO
And all I'otnia E; st and South.
Their Magnllio-cit Track, I'eerlo.s Vestl
bull Lln.ng and Sleeping Car
Trains and Motto:
"ALWAYS ON TIME"
Have given this road a national reputa
tion. All classes of pass ngers carried
on the vst.buled trains without ex'.ra.
charge. Ship your freight and travel
ovt this famous line. All agents have
F. C. SAVAGE, T. F. and P. A.
W. H. MEAD, General Agent,
248 Washington St., Portland, Or. i
1 OOINO EAST T
GOING EAST T
OOINO EAST T
OOINO EAST T
OCiINO EAST 1
If you are, do not forget
First-Go via tha St. Paul booausa th
lines to that point will afford you ih
very Ikjk r'rvlc.
Second 8e that lh coupon boyond
St. Tnul ivoln via the Wisconsin Cen
tri'l li'caui that II i: mnk'w close con
nection with nil tho trnnscontlnctilal
II.. .... . .I.... ... ... ,. . - .
,n.-n .-ni. nun liio ueMin ui-poi inrro,
.and :ts service Is flrsl-cliuis in every
J Third For Information, cull on your
neighbor ami fiml the nearest ticket
j .igi.nt and ask for a tlckot rending vln
'the Wisconsin Ciutral lines, or addrcas
JAfl. C. POND,
j Oencrnl Passenger Agent,
I Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
OEO. S. BATTY,
TILLAMOOK, NEHAI.EM AND
TILLAMOOK. NI'.ll AI.10M AND
TILIAMOOK. NEHAI.EM AND
TILLAMOOK. NEHAIJCM AND
TILLAilOOK. NEHALKM AND
OTHER COAST J'OINTfl
OTHER COAST POINT8
OTHER (XiAST POINTB
OTHER COAST POINTS
OTHER COAST POINTS
II. P. ELMORE.
h. p. U.MI am.
n. P. ELMORE.
W. II. HARRISON
W. H. HARRISON
W. H. HARRISON
ALL OPEN FOR BPECIAL CHARTER
Balling data to and fn.m Tillamook
and Nehalum depend upon the wrather.
For frslght and pMnger rates
ELMORE, BANIIORN St CO., Aganta.
O. R. N. Co.. AgenU, Portland.
In One Day
A. L. E RAZEE, Master,
Will leave Racier dally, except Sunday,
at 6:30 a. m., touching at La Du, May.
gers, Stella, Oak Point, Eagls Cliff,
Knappa, Clifton, Wertiport and other
landings, arriving at Fourteenth street
wharf, Astoria, at 10 a. m.
Leave Astoria at 1:30 p. m., calling at
way landings on return.
Fast time and satisfactory service
New OwTTTt Hrmvir A.llel l.aasawa to th
nf.Mlon. lcrManiMl lrfi In Ift tu i& dars. Wfl
Yiiu can iMi tr.atsl al
ami thn aainn Narao-
irt.rr to niiriMi li.m wa
:uiucir pay aitianaauf
hi in, and
'.'!?. T '" M'r. rn ij.ii. ,,l,:i l,. ,rt-i.l,ruj
till hrs anhni Olid gl 11 l"Uin, Mmim... FaU.a
"Mali g J rinplra, oDpr. oIm.
", llirraimanr ItliarHif lheu.Hl llalruf
rrhrww. r-llln 1 III I. II. i.
-.Uarr or l .ru.rj rTIsraallla that
araaua tiirara. Ws I l,1l, li th. moat akalla.
rsf und money If wa d nnf rn
Bum lor me aaina pnew
Urat with tociM whu
will contract In eura
THIS RAILWAY COMPANY
Operates Its tra.ns nn tlie famous block
trains by i livtrlrlty tliiough-
" TZ" " S I V I worn rnr m raw
?.."" '! id haa alwarnkaSIri
' i tka .LIU t tka
fur many yiou we have
mailt, a ntH-i-IaHv or
e' 00,OIIO csdIUI hi-hlnd i.iii- ,,',u-',ullil,.r,.l
,KK and we
ffuerarUM. WrlL. u. r, f lin-- ...I i
"fa. drtra I HH ItKTIKItV '4.,
" nwmi, rnpie, i iiiciMetit, aiiinoia.
Uss tine otlebrated iliclrlc berlli read
Runs splimdldly equipped pasaenger
trains overy day ajid night between
St. Paul and C'hlciigo; the
CHICAOO, MILWAUKEE ft ST. PAUL
Also operate stonm-heated vastlhuliwi
tralna, carrying the lawet private com
partment cars, I brnry buffet smoking
cars, and palm drawing room sleepers.
Parlor cars, free reclining olinlr can and
the very best dining car service.
For lowest rates to any point In tha
United State or Ciuiada, apply to
Uoket agent, or address
O. J. EDDY, General Agvnt,
J. W. CASEY, T. P. A.
Ladies Who Valuo
A refined con.plexlon nmnt uso Prazorii's Pow-
der. It proiliicci r. '.f nn I Imti..' ilu! n'-!n
1 Ihese tiny lpul(. gr superior
S to Calsdm of Cr i i,, '
Ubebs or Injections andfumA
CURE IN 4S Hour.sl''i
tho same diseases wifh- '
Soil l y nil lirurrhtl.
A complete stock of lumber on hand
In the rough or drecwed. Flooring, ma
tte, celling and all kinds of finish ; mold
ings and shingles. Terms reasonable
and prices at bedrock. All ordom
promptly attended to. Office and yard
at mill. H F L. LOGAN,
Seaside, Oregon. Proprietor.