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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, VMWNKSPAV MORNING, PCTPHKIt SO, 'mi.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
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Buslti.es communications ot all kinds
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The Astorl.in juaraiiUes to l.s ud
seniors ;he l..rifit circulation of any
ntwspapr published a the Columbia
Advertising rates can be had oo appli
cation to the buslnea manaerer.
The Weekly Astorlan, the second old.
tit weekly In the siate of Orecoo. baa.
ext to the Portland Orxlan, the
largest weekly circulation In tb I ate.
John F. Handley Co. are our Portland
affents, and copiaa ot tha Astortaa can
be had every morning at their staid,
IA Third tret
THE THROUGH LINE.
Aa soon aa the newt spread yesterday
of the restoration of the old Union Pa
dflo through line via the O. R. N.,
there was reneral satisfaction amongst
all cdaeses) of besiness me-a. There la a
very kindly feeling in Astoria for the
-old reliable." and In days gone by R.
W. Baxter, then its general m.inaer,
now general agent, in Portland, d:d
nore than any other one sua to further
Atorlaa railroad. He conceived the
ncheme under which the present road
Is bving constructed, and - instru-
roental in getdt Mr. Hammona first .
intereswd here. If the Union Pacific
had not gone into bankruptcy ut when
It did. the Astoria rad would have been
built by It under Mr. Baxter direction.
A stronger frieixlship than ever before
has grown up amongst Astoriar.s gen.
erally for the O. R. 4 X. road, which
... . ,
pres-oent. Mr. a. sianier. nu im.
proved Its line vastly, to the benefit of
the entire aaite, as well aa i'.a river and
This last act of Mr.
"""" " raona, m ghap1- ,nd an inch high
through service to Chicago ia the Short ( pail of mahsgany about Irs edare. The
Line, Union Pacific and C. A N. W.. j top la covered with oM damask plainly
will surely cement his hold upon As- Put on- nd soft tinu' of fo0 nl
torians the more strongly. Doming to , " . .
There is no need of little children be
the West at a crucial time in the htory j lng tora,eated by kM heB(J eciema.
of ita railroads, he has struck a broad i and skin eruptions. DeWltt's Witch
pace which will have a wonderful effect HaM' Palve KiT Instant relief and
..wi t . . 1 1 .-i. : . v. - 1 1
on the future prosperity of Oregon.
There can be no question of doubt that ! . " .. . ,
The lorsati"n, s;xe and yenrllation of
ha is working with the J. Pierpont Mor- bedrooms is of far greater Importance
gan combine and It Is equally certain than of the other rooms of a house.
thai the Astoria railroad, wttn it shall ' '
. . , ,.,.... 1 Ayer's Hair Vigor, which has outlived
be in operation, w;ll b found in har- " , , . .
and superseded hundreds of similar prep,
mony with the same gigantic interest. arations. is undoubtedly the mot fash
Cne througrh line, oiira:ed by one con- !onaWe as well as the most economical
trolling interest, with no trarsfrs of i hair-dressing in the market. By Its use
freights or passengers, is much better th P00' ot h",r bemes
luxuriant and beautiful.
than a dozen different Iir.es craved of
as many separate managements. Oregon a flowerpot which makes It easy to
Ib now to have practically three direct remove a plant withont injuring the
through lines, the Northern, Great Toatx lt in two P"". with projections
Northern, and the Union Paciflcthe 0,1 M0';,e '!d-, W two P1"8'
which lock the two halves of the pot
shortest of them all beside whatever together.
advantages there are from the feeder I
lines at the various gateways. The wis I J- C. Berry, ore of the best known dt.
action of the government in accepting I llerJ' of Mo- testifies that he
... , , ., . .. , , cured himself of the worst kind of piles
the only solution of the Union Pacific v . , ,
by utlns; a few boxes of DeWttfa Witch
problem, and not forgeaing the great , Haxel Sa've. He had been troubled with
pubho serviicea of that lrn when It was , piles for over thirty years and had used
the only one across the plains, will en. "y different kinds of so-called cures;
able it once more to take its place i 1 n win wri thl Bta,e-
but DeWitt's was the only one that did
amongt dividend earner, and put a great I mwt y one ,0 wrI t0 hlm
and grand property In a position where Chas. Rogers.
lt can liquidate its obligations.
Astorians have special reasons to fel
gratified over the outcome. A glanoe at
the map reveals the fact that the Union
Pacifio gives the future port of the Co.
lumbia an almost air lire to Chicago
ana tne soutr.west, anoru.r.g q.-ick t:m
and a wide field for the marketing ot our
chief products, lumber, shirgl. salmon
and frozen fish. The f ull adva..-,tages of , Cr.e M.'tsre CO'igh Cure. Charles Rogers.
the line wili be better rta.iz-J aJ'.er th
. , . 1" 'Jt parley for seasoning, bunch
cfrs have commenced to roil 5Et9 the . .. .
- s-a kt together in the hand and
A.-M.ria depot. With tw f..-r-g les to fty, ,0J)S ov,r untl, .h, who)e ,
Su Paul and all nortiem piiia. txj bt Sr. -ilf. holding It down against the
city will be without a peer a sen. tiWe. Then i"hop vigorously, and It will
port and rtSroad teraxss. m -j ?-, urhly shredd-d as required.
cific coast, and if aa i2.ct-i-:e grow-j ' . , 71 . T-! . .
Var.chlns; of the hair and Ha ten
of the city azd its busts. awt 4 .M fin off rJln te prevnted and
take psaoe, lt will be becauae ocr vct - ft-e w ortl color restored by Hall's 81.
do not know how to take advaoug. & iStxn H5r Ren ewer.
tne srreat ODOortunitv now rireartcsl 1. I
, - v
we occupy. With a perfect harbor at
tidsvwater. anil hlf a i..mi tranmsr,
tinental railroads at our door, nothing
can prevent a phenomenal advancement
except our own stupidity and lack of
It's a poor cams at which two cannot
play. Tba worldngxneo, who were re
cently denouncing "Government by In
junction." the catch phrase Invented by
AJtgeld and promulgated by Debs, have
got far beyond the denunciation stage,
and ars now adopting it themselves. In
Chicago, says ths Staodard-Unlon, the
fHrfssI Oar Men's union has applied for
aa injunction against the Chicago City
P.aJlw.r Company to restrain the latter
from Interfering i;h their union, by
diseharglng men for holding membership
therein, and fortedding employees from
paring their dues to said union. This
little incident ".ll have tendency, as
muoh as any clrciimstano or anrument
that can be produced, to knock out the
fallacious cry Wist U" are only mad
fur the rich. The dvmnjrosTUca will low
a mischievous weapon, and the lalwtn
men m' mot clearly that In a rrjvern.
mr-nt fmmdod on law. and not on th
whim of on man. or class of men, the
law 1 equally for 'e hurrtWc toller and
th capitalist. It t d f?iciill t- . why
any ooriwra ' vn hould deny tho rtsht of
any man to hclors; to a union for hi
own benefit d prweotion. The real
trouble nwi to bo tho "walkl-is. del. -Sate."
who to Is pot. netthor iVms he
lln. rti'i j" to -phi sti'i t yarn, a. id wh
ha more than on.e l-on found s:lrrtr
up strife !vtwevi laivivr and employ, r.
din-ply u, fc.vj rr.-. if N-foro :!ie la'vr
ptiMic. inaitv.ify h itniHirtaiue an.l
nuke h'.s Kwi:i-n a:td t-nl.iry sure.
A pain In the chest Is nature' warning
that pneumonia la threatened. Dampen
a piece of flannel with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and bind over the teat of the
pain- and another on the back between ,
the shoulders, and prompt rellei will fol
low. Sold by Estea-Conn Drag Co,
Th old-time fallacy that night air
wwa Injurious to health has been ex.
plotted Kr.R atro. .If 3 cuNc lnohea of
air are drawn Into the lunjM of an adult
and then tven out at each act of res
piration, how nwlodoroua and stupefy
ing must be the air of even a larg, un
ventilated bedroom oocupiel by one
adult long before morning.
TERRIBLE DEFICIENCY OF WHEAT
ABROAD AMERICA TO SUPPLY
THE WORLD. ,
Late adivces from Washington, based
o: report of government experts, re
;vrt that the rhortc In the world's
wheat crop win reach th starvation
fijrure of !!!.('.( l-uhds. America Is
relied upon to supply th deficiency ou
of our grand product of WVx.C"A his
deficiency can, wfh some aid of the rye
and com cnip. he mad up, but who
could supply to the si, k d.-!illtnt.d
(lelcl.n'v .-f Host-tier's Stomach nit-
tir, Tfc,re j,,m,y always a tuppb
of that promptly helpful medicine ade
quate to the relief of the dyspeptic, th
nst!pted. the hHlcus. an.l the rheu-
ma-ic. It will, without Interruption, con.
.. . . ,, . .
tinu to build up the weo, to i.rotee
1 ,hpp denixer.s of malaral oun:ed local.
1 lt:e from chills and fever and kindred
1 disorders, and to eonteract a tendenc
! to torpidity of the kidreys and bladder
. which. If d'.srepardej, Is speli!y sub-
j vePslve of th(4r onfil1.0 tlth. No
' only does It renew digestion, but als
appetite and sleep.
I A pretty stand for bric-a-brac Is oc-
cures permarawtly. Charles Rogers.
Lizke-warrn water is far better for re
moving r stains on glaag than either
hot or o).J a'r. Afv-T washinp the
g!as tho-M f. stood to drain for a
mmr-Tit and 'hen dried on one clean
v''":l fhhed on another.
Tou ran't cure consumption but you
can avoid it and crtre every other form
of throat or hir.g trouble by th use of
j TTi;arri:-s. fresh air and sunshine are
ifS si varltVrs and dlsinfctants of
' wjr bius.
ilvrt torturliiK a-i'l ..;it'.ug ot Itching,
L .njiif', .!) si;;ri 1: ;. j. hunvrs Is In.
i-i:ii!y relieved i,y a r-n batb wlih CfTl
ct aa Soap, a iui;! t; ...itfaof Ccti;ca
(oiut n.11.: , t be z "-at . :t. sod a fall dose
of U rn iua Itiwtvit .-, )rust of blwd
punctrs and butt mim.-mrmiu all slss falls.
hwthn1s4sw5f trf IrfMr'-r,'
FAUWO HAW rrrj"'
1 Is the original Sarsii arllltt, the
I standard of the world. Others
I have imitated tho rr-mody.
TIipv can't Imitate tho record:
50 Years of Cures j
Small, nn.iititiy ;up.M s-1 M .;!..:
filled with swcol v. and w! h tho :.
dies of tho ba-Vu .' -rt ! h
dainty K of vlb'-'n :"t '!.:. tho
nm n color woro the favor at a re.
Those who believe chronic diarrhoea
to he Incurable should read what Mr. P.
E. Grlshnm, of Oaara Mills. 1., has to
say on the subject, vli.: ,-I have been
a surTenr from chronic diarrhoea ever
since the wnr and have tried all kinds
Chamberlain's Cvllc, Cholera and Diarr
hoea Remedy." Thla medicine can always
be depended upon for colic cholera rnor-
bus, dysentery and diarrhoea. It Ii
pleasant to take and new falls to effect
cure, and 0 cent al,a for uH
by Eatea-Coon Drug Co. ,
Figs that haw become dried may be
freshened by laying thm uon a plate
and phtctng tn plate in a steamer unui
the fruit Is softened and full. Roll the!
fign In confectKiner's sugar and let them
stand In a warm room a while.
. ' ,
How much business can a man do
whose system la In a state of disorder?
Headache is only a symptom. It Is rot
a disease. The pain in the head Is the
sign of rebellion. There has been mis.
takes In diet and other abuses.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are a gen
tle, effective renovator and Invlorrttor
of stomach. Ilwr and hods. They as.
sist nature without threatening to tear
th body piece-meal. Ther- nr n.- Brlp.
Ing pars, no nausen. One Is a laxatl'.
A book cf b pages. pr'.i. y !.:.
tmted. written by Dr. Ii. V. 1' -r.-.
called "The Peop't "s Common P-ts-e
Medical Adviser." w.ll b- se-t f r- e f r
3 one-cer.t stn'.is to -over cos; ef
mailing only. World's D'.spers.ir- M!.
leal Asso.-latlnn. No. '"! ?a'n srret.
Buffalo, N. T.
Tlun hnnr1!!!. snsh Pllrfilha I '1 h
" . .
summer cottnK windows and rcsls are
not kt hand take picture wire. It can
be fastened securely from the brass.
headed nails, the curtains can be read.
Ilv rtrawn in tr It w'll no. ar
aa a piece of tw-ine will.
For many years science has studied
liquors. Result, the whol world uses
whiskey.. It has proven the best stlmu -
lant and does not Injure nerves and tls-
sues like cocoa wines and other drugged
compounds. And HARPER Whiskey
the Ideal whiskey. Sold by Foord At
Stokes Co., Astoria. Or.
A pte-e of narrow webbing, such as Is
used In holding furniture springs In
place, sewed upon th outer edge of
rugs wfH prevent rhs corners from c os
Ing; moreover, the rugs are not so likely
to pull out at tb end when taken
hold of too near the dices when they
Disfigurement for llf by burns or scalds
may be avoided by using DeWltt's Wlfh
Hazel StUve, the great remedy for
piles and for all kinds of sores and skin '
troubles. Charles Rogers.
A lino bath tub may be poll bed very j The Commodore lvrry wf.l go to Port
sadafastorily with kerosene. Have the 1 land in a few days,
tub perfectly dry before using the oil.
Cover one small place at a time with j The Oklahoma towed the Queen Mar
tha oil. rubbing it well with a brush nn.l : garet up thg river this morning,
then si doth. When all parts have been j
cleaned, wash the tub with boiling water. Th O. R. A N. steamer State of Cal-
I ffornla, wlil leave out for San Francisco
A few weeks ago the editor was taken about o'clock this morning.
with a very severe cold that caused him I
to be In a most mist-ruble condition. It
was undoubtedly a bad case of la grippe
and recognizing It as dangerous he took
mmedlate steps to bring about a speedy
cure. From the advertisement of Cham-
berlaln's Cough Remedy and the many '
good recommendations Included therein, '
we concluded to make a first trial of the
medicine. To say It was satisfactory
In Its results Is putting It very mildly, :
Indeed. It acted like magic and the re- ! Tho treasury d'-pnrtment has Issued
suit was a speedy and permanent cure. ' notU-o thitt tho Columbia river Clatsop
We have no hesltarxty In recommending ! spit buoy, red nun N'o. ia, has been moved
this excellent Cough Remedy to anyone aliout 1-10 mfln N.NW, 14 mil" W. from
afflicted with a cough or cold In any 1 Its former position and moored In ?i feet
form. -The Ranner of Liberty, Liberty- , "t water: and that Columbia river out
town. Maryland. The 25 and 50 cent sizes I sjM bar whistling buoy, black and white,
for sale by the Estes-Oonn Drug Co. 1 marked with tho trrtter r. in white. bs
iK-en movel aiiout 1 mil N. by W. W.
In fact, no one can maintain a high
standard of health unless he breathes
uncontamlnated air Into the lungs,
whether awake or asleep.
Human life Is held too cheaply when
the individual who neds a tonlo for his I
svstem. lesks loo cover his wants hv !
ourchaslng evtiy new mixture that Is
recommended to him. Remember that !
Ayer's Snrsa,arllla has a well-earned j
reputation of fifty years standing-.
If Icing runs off a cake and will not
stick, flour should be sifted over the
cake and then wiped off with a soft
cloth before applying the Icing.
CHOHI' tl'w'KLT CURED.
. Mountain Glen, Ark. Our children ware
suffering with croup when we received
a bottle of Chambertaln'i Cough Remedy.
It afforded almost instant relief. F. A.
Thornton. This celebrated remedy li for
ale by Estes-Conn Drug Co.
It Is well to know that if salt fish is
wanted quickly the fish Is freshened
much sooner If soaked in milk, milk that
Is turned being as good for that purpose
as fresh milk.
Warning. Persons who suffer
ougns ano com snnuid neeq tne warn-:
Ings of danger and save themselves suf- j
fering and fatal results by using One,
Minute Cough Cure. It is an Infallible j
remedy for coughs, colds, croup a-.d all ;
throat and lurg troubes. Chas. Rogers, j
h.nilll. h.in ft. Ii.mift, Ii to n
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The Omega, a four masted bnrkentne,
whloh arrived In Monday evening frum
1 San Francisco, In tit Knnppton loading
Tho American Uirkentlno Tarn O'Shan.
wt, Ca4.cn.ln Patterson, arrlvs.1 in Monday
'evening from Santa Rosalia, In ballast.
and Is loading lumber at Knappton.
i from Its former position and moored In
fsl feet of water.
Bmnll pill, snfo pill, best pill. DfWitt's
Mttla Early Risers enra biliousness, rnn.
stlpatlon, sick hpah. Charles Ito
Tn" 'nT mvft V'Vl a cl,"''n "'
,,ry an'1 wH1 "I"-ted as any olh. r
n tn "tmM-
Tou can't afford to risk your life by
allowing a cold to develop Into pneumonia
or consumption. Instant relief and a
certain cure are afforded by One Minute
Cough Cure. Charles Rogers.
The sir Which ts brealtlws In the first
and second stories of a house Is In no
small degree composed of the atmos
phere of the cellar.
J. M. Thlrswend, . of Orosheck, Tex.,
says that when he has a spell 0f Indi
gestion and feels bad and sluggish, he
takes two of DeWltt's Little Early Risers
at night, and he la all right, the next
morning. Many thousnnds of others do
the same thing. Do you? Chas. Rogers.
Elg hips are undoubtedly once more
Only In th middle, of oppressive sin
mr dnys should the fullest daylight be
,hut out of our living rooms. Before do.
ng so. even then a current of freih ,.ir
ind the full rays of the sun should per.
nv-aU to th, furthest corner of every
i', M. A. m. ; r. m. r x
IOW WAVKH jT ,
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:'i5i : i!,Ia! :: , Y i0 ,el1 ou ,h' P'we of I .per Heltfceck Plug Tobacco Ii JT
.l.i.,ai .. a." rT now forty per cent, larger than it used to be." C1
',"' U,,4'" & f
Every Qood Judffe of chewing tobacco knows nd hai
known for years that I'iper lleidiieck I'lue Tobacco is
the best that has ever been produced. The only argument
ever made against it has been its cost but this argument
is a thing of the past. The five-cent piece has been en
larged forty per cent, and every one can now afford this
delicious luxury. Why use the ordinary brands f when
five cents will buy one of the new large sizes of
Also for Medicinal . .
and Cooking Purposes
CARLSON'S FAMILY LIQUOR STORE,
ICXJ Twelfth Htroct
Ross, Higgins & Company
GROCERS and BUTCHERS
W. F. SCHEIBE,
A lull line nl Pipes. Tobacco,
and 5mokrs' Articles.
47-1 Co.ntnert tt.
J. A. FA ST A BEN
HOL'SK, I -t RIDGE AND WIIAHK HUII.DKR
A complete stock of lumber on band
In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rua
tic, celling and all kinds of finish ; mold
lngs and shingles. Terms raasouabla
and prices at bedrock. All orders
promptly attended to. Office and yard
at mill. H. F L. LOGAN,
Seaside. Oregon. Proprietor.
Front Street, foot of Fourth, Astoria.
AND BOILER MAKERS
Land and Marine Eocinea, Boiler Work,
Steamboat and Caanery Work a spe.
clalty. Castings of all descriptions
made to nrit.. nn fiM natfAS.
John. Fox. .President and Superintendent
A. L. Fox vice President
O. B. Prael Secretary
Astoria Savings Bank Treasurer
Orrj0f(5irOhoiHianlii smmficnres nrors ItsryrwerlsileitmTtbsflasIra
'."'": No-t-tiae Is tho irrestMt nerre-fotsj la ths wor.d. JMaor salu HI p.mmla In Hiilursanrt It m.ii
ril to ni.'iV'i tne weak Inifxiuint man ttrcus. TlKiiromaiia mwnetlo, Jn.t try a Ixis. Von will ha d
lisbuxi. Vv u,tH.ct run toueliBTS what ;. for a ours l.aislailr miaranumd ,j lruuilt. i,,i
ynare. Br-rnl l.,r our hrHikleflkin'tTuiiaero Hult anl Fiimj Vonr l.lfo A war ." written aiwaulaaiaiJ
This trentlemsn onlv wishes A
aSToniA S (iimccnts
tins Mualr. Osmes uf All Kinds. Two
Good Order and Everybody's Right,
AND SALT MEATS
lvn 1 f In
MOVING TOOLS WKNTEI)
Iron and Steel
Groceries und Provisions
flour and Mill feed
Taints, Oils and Varnishes
Doors and Windows
Waoons and Vehicles.
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