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TIIK DAILY AHT0U1AN, SATUKOAy-MOftSIMU, SEI'TEMUEK: fl, ITOK
Wo rtiMMt rdnco ntock nnd
Mcll l(0uurdlMM Of Cual
Wing Lee & Co.
j (ViiiinMriial Street iifur ('ooici' Dry (IooiIh Kldir.
liuv mnnnvirw mnnnnin inuiorvtru ivutiuu u uuuivniutruvnuuu uvrb
Of BUYING SHOES
ix a pi mm I whv If mIih'h tf a common kciiho turn of mind
A hi 11 u rt woman cult k iieiully tell if n hlioo fit lior foot.
TliU liein true tint nIioo man who tiii-H to delii'lo tho
womnii iinikeM tlio blunder of liin life and drives liiu
tr.idu to ti ntoro wliero reliallo hImxh aru old And
jerfect flitting is I'erforined.
JOHN HAH N, Astoria, Ore
a 1 " .......... .-.i-,-,.,-,..,-,.. ,m-. . . i
Je iVlt INSTRU-
MCKlVtfD THE SISTERS OF TIE MU8IO,
I1::. Convent of the
obammau ....Holy Names w
' 1 ' OULTUBl
, ACADKMIG pupil riei1 ff II. rhool p,tiAf
OUADEfl "' "l"'l,nl,l'H'l"',nlH'Vh BPBUIAL
For rwtea, 44r. the Superior DEPARTMENT
fiffn I. ... it
IN THB UNKNOWN
HEttlONS OK ALASKA,
Rout of United Bltt Oci:o(flou Bur
vcy a, Difficult Ont-IJiH Little N
Ytum the Party.
WASHINGTON, Hoit, .-Th United
Unite Oi'iiIokIih Survey hue rmelvcd
very few advice from th mrnler of
lh purlieu InveitlKiMlnir tho gold jiU
oilier mineral reaiiuru- of aihhku, ami
who Ihivk l'm trverliiet lit' In known r-
Kmi in ili territory ylnx outll of (da
Klondike OlHtrlc t alnre curly in April.
Lottur ar frwtuetit.y rwdved vl th
olllce from Ilia friend of tho im n lnulr
Inir a to their whircuhoula, h-u!th, etc,
Hlllu Information (n be Klven.
'J'lil luck of Information Ik not turrl,
THE EICEUNCE OF SHOT OF FIDS
I duo not only Uj tliu originality knil w"'M"K to br. Morn II, of the ur.
ftluiillvltjr of tho cornbinntion, butalajo : v"y "", " ,",,ll,"f m"re tf",n
to tho caro ami Ulll with whl.-h It U ! "" 'r,"1f0 " '"' "Wl,('4t u"m
t,1.,,f..t...-.i i.- ,,, Hhr ir, I'H.rg. Mr. Mul.lrow or ir.
A. V. ALLEN
..Fancy and Staple Groceries...
Fruit Jur nnd Jelly (ilii.
With the Fruit togo in them
Tluui ICvcr ;
Astoria's Leading Hotel
Metier & VVrlslita Props.
Estes-Conn Drag Go.
of Astoria M
' i "Vaaaaaw
Try Prontoio," i sore and pleasant cure for
- ti Uiiii.li.
met- ' ...... i iuc ncauawuc. - , . ,
Rjanufuctureil by tKlciitlllo urocckwa
knowo to tho Ci.iroiiNiA Fia Hyuvp
Co. only, anl wo wlnh to Itntircn ukio
all tho liiijwirUnco of iir(:hanliiK tlio
truo am! original rutnedy. A tho
jrenulno Hyrup of k'lu In inunufiwtured
by tho CAtiroiiNiA Fio 8rnci Co.
only, a knowlcilKO of that fact will
aaalat ono in avoiding the worthlcM
Imltntlotia iiitnufucturod by other par
ties. Tho hlifh Ui mllny of the Cam
omnia Fio WrKL-r Co. with the modi,
cal prof'lon. and tho tlrctlon
which tho tf.Mitilno Hyrup of Flf hn
flrcn to mlllloni of funilll, make
the name of tho Company a guaranty
of the excel lenoo of Itt remedy. It W
far la advence of all other laxative,
aa It art on the kllney, liver and
bowel without irrltatititf or weaken
Injr thctn, and It dor not (rrlpe nor
Dauarate. In order to (fit lu beneficial
effcx ta, pteaae remember the name of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
. raAxoita, rii
UruriLLa. k,. rw tohk. a. t.
IMiurrn, tint induing rvomly frum Mr.
I llurniinl, lit li iH wMli him yooiiK Mr.
ll.irtlnT, I'r'niilint M''Klii.ry'a h'"n'w,
Mr. Utorno II. KlOrlOgn, iJr. Morrill
lut!, wrolo to tlii oiinu unlr l.itv ot
Julio 3D from point W wilt up t tihu
Inllna rlvr, In Alimk, wlu-ri-, Willi to
I inun, lie w In imp. 'I Ic y wr hwuIi
jlnv t)i nrrlvul of Mr, Mulilrow and hia
purty, wlmri ! two ia.rt. wvra to
i.irl mill wk to tho nortiiwurd tv tli
TunutiM rlvi-r. 'Hi In would lk, It wji
Ihouaht until the end of Autfim tlioiiKb
I tlio louto wii to tio iliroiiKh an niilrely
unknown riKlirfi. a fiwt wlilrh rvuw an
catlniiiiti of tl time r(uln-l dlltl'i'lt.
Thu plan wu to utrlko tho Tununu
about lit ittllra up and tlirn k-ava by iiik
nnd canoe to tho mouth of the at num.
It wu niHi tid I ht thla (writ wou.d be
rriiitx-d lii'iwnn th ftrat and tho tlfih ul
H'ton.bi'r, and from there tho Jourmy
wua to be (ontlnui'd down tho rivtr to
! Hi. Mli huole the mii'Wvoua of the v-
I'eral partli-a on th-lr homeward Journey.
'i hi-y txct to coma toKHhT at Bt.
Mli havla alxjut Hi-ileinli-r li. it wn an.
Itli lpated lliat three mlna a day would te
I rapid progrtaa In the Journey to the Tan-
A rfifitrila the h'ulih of the party, Mr.
I tiOrlUKe auld all the men Were well.
' The country ha had p-d through waa
1 ;iHturfnue and Ix-autUul, and the ell
I n.ata fine.
j Mr Ki 8,hrader. who I undr driall
I'nrty Kmbnw ea Iradln New York Mi-n (rm the Ueoioaliul Hurvey to an expeill.
tlon arnt out by the war department,
write to the oOke under dut of Au-
ruitMINU A lOUTK'AL
and !).. I on I'rlmipK Cmainrd In
the War Iteaolutlon
three ot tour lorpdo boat:- Hath Iron
W'orka, of Alolne, three rvr four torpedo
iKnta; Ijiwly, of Uonton, one or two
torpedo loats, Another of the p-pcdo
boat will go either to Lewie Nixon, ot
EllcaJiethpnrt, N. J., oMo the HerrenrofT;
of Ilriatol, while if the depurtment do' IJi'd
to dlatrlimi tho work atlll further and re
dure the number of boiita awanlcd to
aome of the bld'lera, ihe Columbian Iron
Work", of Hiiltlnmr .arid the Uaa Knglne
I'ower Company, of Morrla Ilelghta, N.
Y limy ecur one bout ta' h,
The loard la now about to turn Mi at
tention entirely to a clone Inspection ol
the bid recently aulinltted for the con
etruitlon of the thru battleahlpa. Ho fur
an Ihe plana for the tatteahlp h tve ljn
rxumltif d only ruraorlly. Hut thla auper.
flclu I rxaminMi'.on ha. Tndo it oppeir
tlnit the aalectlon of the o't deaigna will
be rniuh more dllTlcult than wn at flrat
auifpoard. The bureau chief appear to
have widely dlffirem oplniona a to the
merit of the deHlgn and it I w.lhtn
tho bound of powilblllly tht the d' paM
rnent will d'-cld not to make the award
In atrordan'a with tne loweet bid. In
uih a can the Newport New old, the
loweat. would bo thrown out and two or
tlireo hlp would go to Crurnim, Ihe Ihtrd
going to the Union Iron Worka. On ele
ment In the board fuvor rejection of all
'he bid and the prepara'lon of n'-w plana,
but a the adaption of thla courae proo
ably would di lar the l ttlng of contract
until congrea aaaernlde and thu Imperil
tho ui'iea of the trior' of the depart,
mini to ecure further appropriation tor
hlti at the appr(7U(h.ng aeialon, It I not
likely to prevail.
lie aaya the Copfa'T river party.
undrr Captain Aln-ri romoie, had a l out
NEW VOItK, ttept. I.-Th Tlmea aya:
Th I'uban revolutionary party In thia
city I engaged In the formation of a po
lit it ul rty for Culm, to t known a
(he Natlonullat party.
..I - . V . 1... A ... . Iuv a,, tut
vr,L,l that a mee.lng will be held!11" rch Valde. on the r
tmloy or liKnorruw to eln t a committee
from Valdea on Augtml t. and wa, at the
time of wrlllhK, In nip at the held ot
Klutimi river. They were going down the
Klutliiu and l'opjer rlvera fi he Chlt
lyna, thence wetward with ome detour
to and aroa the divide to i'ort ValUc.
turn mme time In (.Molivr. whence poa.
ana will b tuaen. Cx-tulrt r Jl, per ocean
ateemrr to ihe alalia.
The journey to the Klutlna, over tho
mountalna and glach-ra, with their great
yawning tTivaeat-, etc., and In the mUlnl
of rain and aleet, fog and cold blunta. wa
a ihtngeroua one, but there bad been no
MILK Hr-COKD HEATEN.
assr ance and Shipping
CiiMtom llouoo llrokor.
Agent W. K. AO"., and racldo Kire.t Co l.
l)lr In m
W. F. SCHEIBE,
Hi Patellar' Aitlclea.
T Cmmrolil tl
J. B.' WYATT,
Phea N. l
f'AINTM and OIUH. ,
tH tteetne pal la lNrlyhl Bkip
ROUGH SHOES FOR
a flral-claaa Una In traveling between
Mlnnaapolla. at Paul and Chloago. and
the principal towna In central Wlaeonaln.
Pullman Halaoo Bleeping and Chair Car
Tba Dining car ar operated In the In
tareat of lu patron, th moat lg ant
oarvlco ever Inaugurated. Uaala ar
aerved a la cart,
To obtain flrt-olai nrvlc your tlokat
abould read via
The Wisconsin Central Lines.
Direct connection at Chicago and Mil
waukee for all eaatarn point.
Ir full Information call on your nearaat
ticket agent, or writ
JAB. C. POND,
General Paaa. Agent,
r JAB. A. CLOCK, Milwaukee, WU
Genaral Agent, '
Ot Stark itreet,
. . Tickets to all point
..rtlll ..BAST. :
110(1 EltH, Ilvraiyl
Through palace' and tqurlat sleeper '
dining and library obaerratlon car. (.
ELEOANT VEBTBUtB TRAIN 8. .
NO. Limited leave "Portland at l:t
No. I Limited arrive. Portland -at fl:li
Bonietlmoa, capeclally school time, they
need tlioin; good, ey ouch, but iti-ong
nnd hnrd to wenr out. A for tho boy, O,
wo aymiwthUe with, you nil tlio year
tJirouith, for tho boy are a grcnt tux
on heiul, heart nnd pocketbook, but rlnht
liore our gympnthy tuke a practical turn,
llave you leon otir apeclnl ehoea for 'hoy?
Petersen & Brown.
of th podding i In tno eUa
and th proof of Uqworo
That'a aa argaiaant thait'a .
Our jU1. ttaad-rtt teat.
a iiij'i '1-v -
of frum 9") to tti Culmna a nucleua or
The movemew I In Ihe rnuida of T. Ea
trad I'alma, Kldel O. I'elrra. Horatio 8.
Ileulxoa and other well known. Ho far
the plan hove been kept qiU-1, but the
Cuban Inulrr will, within a few daya,
laaue a niaiilfeato aettln forth their pur.
puee ami cauae It to b w.doly rlr. u
lated among their fullowera In CuIm.
Accordliiat to Kldel O. I'lerru, the prln
clolraofth new party will U baaed upon' HARTKOBD. Bept. .-The event of
th prlmlple eonlalned In the war nao- grrutrat Intcreat at the Charter Oak park
lutlon of congrea. paaaed on April . 'ai meeting today waa the attempt of
Wv On explaining thla. and other fea- Star 1'olntrr to lower the track record
turea, Mr. I"err aalu: 4 wi,,.. ,ui.i-.,ui miv(
'yu'r lnrP,,VM ri la thl movtmtnt ' being made In JW,.
to follow eloly th dealrei of th Am'r. - .
Iran government, and the law laid down TO STUDY THE WAR.
by It fur th rehabilitation of Cuba, j
When one tba praUmlnarlr Of lb party I WASHINGTON. Sept. .-Preldent Mc-
organlaallon are arranged, we ahall vhd Klhley ha tendered place on the pro-
a commit let) of two or three to Cuba to poaed cohvmlaalun to Inveatlgate th war
undo pulKlcal work Ibat ha already been department in relation to the conduct ot
darted and that I In conflict with Ihe the Hlapanu-Amerk-an war to Major Gn.
Idea of thl government. Hy thla I mean eral Bvhorteld. former commanding gener-
that ome of our peopl hve already of the army, and to -8eotor John
made arrUigemenl to hold a town In the A. Oordon, of Georgia.
province of kVnilago d Cuba, the poo-
pi to elect a gov.rnor In OciJber, and we VimND NEXT jiEETlXG PLACE.
propo to e that thl I to'led and no
ponilMl machinery be put In operation j iwf.II. Sept. .-The NaUonal Edl
in Cuba, until In th opllon of tbe Amer. ,orU, lo,ay ekctwl j. a Mc.
k-ii government, the Cuban peop.e re'Cl,iw, editor of the Argu. Advocate, ot
ready r.r It. Our ron for .i.rtlng the Ei, IUl(,lon M(Ui ,)rt.ld.nt. Portland.
Natlon-llai pany thu. early I pradlc. Orr,oni WM deoldl.d on M ,ne pUce for
a4iy to otgin a campaign or n. holalrs the nelt mwtlng.
Vmt (woj.le In Caba, of cowra. nd uch
lnrtiition. Wo wlh and think w art
able ( tnrm a large and powerful party, j INSURGENT LEADERS
it whi co-"in. orcmirao. tne original re- ARE MAKING TROtUU!.
uuiuaii. imnj, una o rLejti u - t
Joined by the left utonoml.t.. who cm- 0 M)U An)(.rUlin 0fflcla,
tltute the moat inMirreialw and Hucral , ,
element of tht ilaaa. lhe Inaufgeht Pnvcn'.ed From Enter-
"lf the purely Hpantah element wlnh to ( ii-i.' tho Amer.cnn Lln.
aalmllate with the new parly, wall and i ' '
good. It will be received without n-rer. ! NK'.V YORK, Sept, .A drspaieh to
one to ill vnumcnt In Ihe M.' Ttt thii Herald from Manila a.r
commercial Interrat of many' 'rt' t ' The att.tude of the l'hlllppliu in!rur;ent
Spaniard are Important, and ' ty leader la dul'.y becoming more ilnngvr'
would auffer by returning to epiiin. It In S. ocn In their opposition to th"
not unl.kvly that thu new party win American authorities that the ltutlor
eventually contain many old time royal, la at fa trad' and a rvcuncUiatlon may be
lata. illfflt utt.
'How will the Cubaaa tiike tu pollllir "iut Mnkea the aliuAtlon the more
Well, we are now In politic naturally. trouMesonio I' the umllaguiaed rivalry
POUNCED VVOX UV
A Shipping Clerk in Chicago Knocked Off
II : Illcycle. la Beaten, and ,
N Robbed of y.22.
CHICAGO. Sept. . A bold a robbery
a wa ever commlt'-ed occurred at ihe
dutb end of the Aahland avenue bridge.
A. J. Huhn, ihlpplng clerk for the Web-
ater Manufacturing Company, wa croe
Ing Ihe bridge on a bicycle carrying K3
In ten dollar bill for the weekly pay roll.
A be reacted the (outh end of the
bridge he w tlockd by three men, who
knocked him rom hl bicycle, dragged
him Into a freight yard, ripped open the
vallr containing the money and made
tbt'r escape without interference.
Hahn made a fight for the valla, but
wa beaten over the head with a revolver
until Ineenalble. HI kull la fractured
and h my die. Ther I no clue to the
MANDKR30X WILL ACCEPT.
SEW TORK. Spt. '.-According to
the WaahlngUn correepondent of the
Time. ex-8enafr Manderson ha fcwn
offered the fifth place on the peace com.
mlaalon declined by Jutlce White and
It waa ald rate laat night that ex-Sen-tor
Mandemon would aecept. There 1
not much time left In which to find a
aultitble demorat, and Mr. Manderaon
doe not wlah o embarraa further the
ctlon of the president, . .
t n e a
a .... ... .. if
, - ' ' - w w ww w WWW V w v v tj-
C a A (
mm v wi
" Hurrah J Battfc Ax ha come."
Ertrjboij who reads the newspapers fcnows what prrva
tion and suffcxin; were caused in Cuba by the failure
of the supply of tobacco provided hy the Government to
reach the camps of the U. S. Soldiers.
When mar chlngghting-amping wheeling
instantly relieves that dry taste in the mouth.
THE SICK AND DEAD.
8 AN FRANCISCO. Sept. S.-lnere are
now 518 patient at th divlnhn htxpliaU
Jf lnety.four Invalid nav been ent home
pn furlough. Nine convaleacent were
today tent to '.be new nopltal f the Rrd
Prlte Charle Yuger. of company K.
Flrat Washington volunteer ha died of
Victor Peterson, of company E. Eighth
California regiment, died of typhoid
. Do you know why ScUU
Remember the name
when you buy again.
C i e e "i if e4 i0 0y f
I TUg llVitPaKllALilotei
I THOS. CIJINEAN, Pt-oprletor
g Hcventn and
2 Waathlngton Sts.
' Utlnt pm er
Thcy are such as you
want more than the money
ty cost, whoever you are.
For l by -
For ul Sy
Ross. Higgins i CompanV
CHas. Kati &
3G7 COMMERCIAL STREET,
ifanufafclu&rOf; jjidieS' .tjSDEitYvldAE
Wrappers, etc. The lowesi trittS iri AdSiia:
also carry a fine stock of Japanese Fancy Goods, fiue
vuiHanflic, Auuuna uuu loys ai wnoiesaie prices,
A CRITICAL TIME
It may b a (low precvaa. hat a Cuban
arrive at by a procce of nlltl(l rewn
Ing, an American will reach by Inntlnct.
Hut we expect to prove that w are cap.
ble of leif-aiowrnment. Tho Cuban
en by th Americana during the wur.
with th exception Of a few leader, were
ot the loweat claa, which forma not more
than a third of our population, thla waa
largely the negro claaa. Judging by them
Ihe Cuban are Judged unjually. It I
aa though a cultured foreigner Judged the
body of AnicrliMtia by, aay, orUon of
your eaat aide In New York City. There
will alway bo a dlacontented element In
every country, but when th American
government la ready for our election we
hope to bo prepared to meet the eltua.
Mr. Plerra, In fpeaklnir of Ihe commer-
clnl development of the Island, aald tht
he expected few eiiterprluc would be
tnrld ty foreigners until afler the
Bimnlah oldler had left. "And after
that," he auhl, "we must raise siiHtling
to ell." I
GHANTED A DIVORCE.
LOUISV1IXE, Sept, 9-A special to the
;t from Klchmond, Uy., say General
'naslus M. liny ha been granUd a dl
orco from hi girl wife, Dora ltkhurd-
between thu follower of General Aguln
aldo. the nelf-proclulmed dictator, and
General Plllnr.' who covet the honor
which AgutnaMo ha arputred.
General Pllo Pllaf la In command of
the Insurgent tritfipg stationed south of
Manila. He uses them In a way that Is
most annoying to AgUlnaKlo and at (he
same time makes every, effort to ahow
his utter disregard to the American offl.
pin I. , v . ,
His force continue to putrol the city
encouriiglng lawlessness In every direc
Agulnaldo's course Is no less atyioylng.
Ha no longer attempts to conceal his hos
tility to the oHIaluis who represent the
United Suites and yesterday Issued un
order prohibiting his siVdlers from en
tcrlng tho AtnerKan lines.
This course wn probably deemed neces
sary in order lo prevent them from be.
comlnK o well disposed toward Ametl.
cans ns to destroy hi iower by repudlat
lug his ltNitlorshlp.
Tho attitude of the rival leaders estn
not fall In the end to injure tho cause ol
Philippine lndetKndence. Certainly It
will tirevent the preaenttitlon of a strong
ease, before the jhvwo commission In be
Imlf "t the Phlllppllnes,
EXPORTS EXCEED 1.MP0HT3.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 9.-Tiie exporta
from the United Stutta to the United
Kingdom during the past year were, In
round number, live times as much as
the Imports from the United Kingdom,
the figures of tho bureau of statistics
being: Import from tho United King
dom, lil,l3S.365; export to the United
DISTRIBUTION OF AWARDS
FOR TOKFEiA) BOATS.
The rians of HUlder Are Different and
OrlK'nal Designs for tlio Dattleahlp
Will Bo Next Selected.
I WASHINGTON, Sept. 9.-'ihe bcHtrd or
naval bureau chiefs, which has been care
fully examining the targe number of bids
and plans submitted by shipbuilders for
tho construction of '(torpedo boats and tor
pedo boat destroyers, bus nlmost com.
pleted tho work and within a day or so
' Is expected to report to Acting Secretary
I Allen a plan for tho distribution of the
1 The work has been difficult because of
RENO. Nev.. Sept. .-The silver party th niulttpllclty of plans nnd the original-
convention today nominated Francis G. . "y "H"-yca oy some or tne Dinners, me
Newlnnds for eonirresanwin nnd llolnhnl.l ",ll"m arnveu l oy tne Doara is to ais-
Sailler r governor. .The demucrnilc suite trllulte te craft as follows among tho
convention nominated George Russell f jr "'"'a"
governor. The congressman waa passed, j 10 tnu vmon lron "orKS ot oan run-
I eiscu, prootioiy inree uvsiruyrn,; nv
I Maryland Stcol Comp;iny of Sparrows
THE WHEAT MARKET. j rolnt. four or Ave destroyers; Naetle
Davis, of Philadelphia, two or three des-
PORTLAND. Sept. 9. About fifty car-1 trovers: Harlnnrt Hollliursworth. Wil-
load of wheat were received today, and mlngton, two destroyers; Fall River Iron
ndvlco from the Interior state there I Company, of Massachusetts, two or three
oonslilortiiblo selling, Wall Walla sold for destroyers; W. R. Trigg & Ctompany, of
5ttl65c; bluestem at 6S59e, Richmond, ono or two destroyer and
During th: iiattle
SICK OR VtLl. a KISII Mf.nT 0 DXY
THE PACKERS. AT THE BATTLE OF
SAXTJAGO DB CUbA WERE ALL
HEROES. THEIR HEROIC EFFORTS
IN ucTt'lNQ' AMMUNITION A.i
IlATiuNa TO THE FRONT SAVED
P. E. Butler, of pack-train No. S. writ.
Ing from Santiago de Cuba on Julv SB
fays: "We all had diarrhoea In more or
llcss violent form, and when we landed
we had no time to see a doctor, for It was
a case of rush and rush night and day to
Keep tti troop supplied with ammuni
tion and rations, but thanks to Chamber.
tain s (.olio Cholera and Diarrhoea
remedy, we were able to keep at woik
ml keep our health; in fact, I slncertly
i.eueve twit at one critical time this
medicine was the lndlrert savior of cur
army, for If the packers had been unable
!o work there would have been no wuv
ot getting: supplies ito the front. There
wore no roads thut i wagon train cbu:d
use. jiy comrade and myself had the
ifood fortune to lay In a supply of this
medicine for our pack-train before we left
Tampa, and I know In four cases It abso
lutely saved hfe.''
The above letter was written to the
manufacturers of- this meoiclne. the
Chamberlain Medicine Co., Des Moines
Iowa. For sale 'bv Charles R.wer.
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
v-."LL Portland and A-a.m. p.m.
:30 torla express tralnU:55 10:M
Westpo.-t Gobi and
way atatlon. .
13:ft Astoria, Seaside and 8:S0 l-.trt
a.uinew Asiona paasen-11:30
Igor trams. .
Flrsi-claa trains leaf WawntonTor
Flavel and New Astoria at 7:48 : and
10:53 a. m and 13:30, 5:06 and 6:55 p. m.
and ruturnlng arrive at Warrenton at 8:0J,
9:30, 11:05 a. m. and 12:40. 5:15 and 7:06 p.m.
Train leave Seaside 7:00 a. m.. 10:M a.
m., 4:U) p. m. dally for Aatorta. Portland
train leave Seaside on Sunday at 1:30
J. C. MAYO,
O. F. 4 P. A.
THE PARKER HOUSE
BAR flflD BILIiIARD ttOOH
H. O. PARKER, Prop.,
; Tor FamOle
Alao (or Medicinal aa4
Wnti Stock, Cream Ry. Old Klekarr,
Prido of Kentucky and Hannttojr: .
old California Brattdtee.
Carlson's FamilyLiauor Store
m TWELFTH STREET
IRON AND eTEEL
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
FLOUR AND MILL FEED
PAINTS. OILS AND VARNISHES
FAIRBANK S SCALES
DOORS AND WINDOWS
WAGONS AND VEHICLES
Astoria Public Library
READING ROOM FREE TO ALL
Open owy day from S o'clock to l:Sl
Ufl t:M to l:M p. m.
Bubecrtptlon rate- per annum.
W ixr Eleventh and Duan Street
1 w: 1 1 1 , 11.1 kmi
? Tfas no emin.1 lu H!si"Rtei of thnj
Kidneys nut Urinary Orgnns. Have
you nciriectcu your r iunoys? nave
vox. overworked vour ncrvoua svs-i
tore anil caused trouble with your 1
iadneys and Bladder? nave you
PtkiTis in tho loins. F.ille. back, trroinsi
A..J1.I fiadder? Iliivoyouallabny ed-
i)'-arani'o of ihe fuw, eypecmlly
1 .-.nJcr tho eyes? Toofreqaeutrlc- i
j 1 rw pass nnno 7 V , UHam's Kiducy
Villa will impart newlifo to tlie dis-1
cd organs, tone rxv tha svstera.
(! multo anew man, of you. By
stsnll 66 cents pqfr box. i
f WThUAXt Urn. (jo.. Prop.. Cleveland. O.
..Portland, September 22 ..
October 22, 1898
The Finest and Greatest Exposition ev
held in the Northwest.
HORTlCUIiTUHGL and RGHlCOIiTUW
Product of Oregon and Wnshiujtlon will
Itt (lis-plnt vd in wonderful profusion,
inoludiiij; more varieties thaD
ever before pnthered togeth
er in one exhibit.
Gold, Silver anj Bronze Medals will
Marvelously Rich Specimens from cur
Gold, Silver and Other Mines-
..Bennett's - Renowned Military Band..
Hal been tngngti lor th aeuon.
Aitoundlnj Aerial Feats and Aero-
Very Low Bates on all Rallroais-
Admlnlou 2S Cent. . Children lo Com