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THK DAILY ASTORIAiN, ASTORIA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1895.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor TbRAlS OP SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY. Sent by mall, per year S7.00 Seat by mall, per ironth . 60 ots Served by carrier, perjveek.... Address all communications Dally Astoria n. 15 cU to The WEEKLY. Sent by mail, per year, $2.00 In advance. Postage free to subscribers. The Astorlan guarantees to its sub scribers the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia ; river. ...... j , tL Advertising rates can be had on ap plication to the business manager. , The Weekly Astorlan, the second old est weekly In the state of Oregon, lias next to the Portland Oregonlan, the largest' weekly circulation In the state. Jno. T. Handley & Co., are our Port . land agents, end copies of the Astorlan can be had every morning at their . stand on First street. Telephone No. 68. All communications intended for pub lication should be directed to the editor, Business Communications of all kinds and remittances must be addressed to The Astorlan. THE NICARAGUA COMMISSION. The Astorlan was the first paper on the Pacific coast to point out the fact that Mr. Cleveland, tor same unknown reason, was hostile to the Nicaragua canal, and that pot ony would ih refuss any aid or encouragement to the projeot, but there was reason to fear, following ttoe lines of what is now known of his Ha waiian, policy, he might deal It some se cret and treacherous blow .which would seriously hinder and delay the next ad ministration from acting on the matter if he did not contrive to kill the whole enterprise outright. There can be little doubt that the splendid bill pending be fore the .last congniss was defeated through Mr. Cleveland's lniluence. What the motive of the president's opposition to this great American scheme is It would be hard to imagine. Of couraj no one would suspect him of being corrupted In the Interests of the great transcontinental railroad systems, and it may be that he is actuated merely by a stubborn and ego tistical determination to prevent the con struction of the canal because he does not elievs it to the bft interests of the country to have it built at this time. This paper (has also of ton insisted that if it had not been for Mr. Cleveland's with drawal of the Prellnghuysen treaty in which act hi .was instigated partly by nls malicious prejudice against the Ar thur administration, and partly by Brit ish lniluence the canal would now be in operation, end under full control of this government. Now comes the Cincin nati Enquirer, one of the- stauncht Dem ocratic papers In the country, and one publluhed in a section, of the country where it has been, believed ihtro was lit tle sympathy for the canal project, and bears out both, these contentions of the Astorlan, in the following tditorlal, of recent date There, is a suspicious silence regarding the conclusions at which the Nicaragua commission has arrived considering the feasibility of the Nicaragua canal. This - Is th snore ominous because there can be no possible reason for secrecy if the report is to be favorable. It is only when, some un-American act is to be performed that tihe purposes of the administration are so carefully concealed. There Is wry reason to believe that President Cleve land is hostile to Amierlcaai interests in Nicaragua. From, the commencement of tils first administration he has seemed to act upon an understanding with Great Britain. Under the administration of President Arthur, Secretary Prellnghuysen had ne gotiated a treaty' with Nicaragua by which a strip of territory twelve miles In width, from ocean to ocean, in that country, was to be under the protection of the United States. Within that terri tory tha United States was at all times to protect tha sovereignty of Nicaragua against foreign interference. This treaty was pending In the senate when Mr. Cleveland came Into power in 1885. Be. fore the senate oould ilnally act upon it, tie withdrew . it from tha consideration at that body, ami threw it into his waste basket. It may be that the president has the Dower to withdraw a treaty ngo- ttatkd by his oredeceseor at any time be. fore action upon it by the senate. If he has such power, this was an exercise of It distinctly hostile to the Interests of the United States. The tfrlvolous pretext given for the act was that Mr. Cleveland tUA not amrv of a DoHlcy of possession by the United States of any Interest in any territory not contiguous to Its own, From that tlm to this Mr. Cleveland as cresldent, and Mr. Bayard, both as rharv of state and ambassador Great Britain, have sustained a British mMcv In Nicaragua as against a United hum irvJiv. The Clavton-Bulwer trea. ty, which Great Britain has abrosated by her flaigraint violations of it. Is adored to hv them because the British foreign office chooses to regard it s binding upon the United States, though not upon urea nrltaln. Hd ths treaty, negotiated by Mr. Fre iinrhnvn Iwmi ratified the Nicaragua canal would now be In operation. Under the British policy of Mr. cieveiana iica-jAi-riirti-v has bn invaded by h nrirlHh troons under the protection of a British war vessel, and a large sum of money lias been extorted from the UN V.o republic oft no Better grouno. wian that on which traiveCers on lonely roads are robbed by highwaymen. When congress created a commission to tnalce survey of the proposed canal route It is a notable fact that in selecting an emrlneer officer of the army as a mm-i- stf it Mr. Cleveland was unable to find An officer at home, but was obliged i rrM Mis Atlantic to London and de. prlvw Ambassador Bayard of the valuable ervlces of Colonel luuiow, mo military tioh of our legation. Perhaps the rnmlnim was organised to pull back on the canal enterprise. It will be rather surprising Is the president docs not. In his annual message disapprove ot me -" project entirely, or present the British uim fn full v-mrtnwhlt with the TTnitMl States In the business. If the American people can be reconciled to a BritUh policy In their own gtwenuiiein In the conduct of Its foreign affairs we very much mistake their spirit. The pras U nt has fooled them to the top of their be-nt. but ha will find that their patience In limit 1. ' PORTLAND JOURNALISM. The Portland Evening Telegram, given t !r!h in thi Oregorclaa building every" nght by half m dozen cynical old gentle- men of about nineteen summers apiece, says editorially- "Now that Astoria saems assured of a ! railroad some of its papers act like the uoy wnowantea a. rocking horse, was given., one, arid then cried because there was no halter to keep it from running away. The Evenelng News comi out In a lime lor Action" editorial urging the people to rise in their might and prevent vhe road from Jumping Astoria and mak ing a terminus u .Kiavel, a level stretch of land across Young's llay, but without a stre.-t or improvement." Ever since Colonel" G. H. Molfett put the weighty editorial cares of the Tele gram from his ample shoulders that little sheet has ba:n even more impotent and silly than It was in the zenith of his ca reer, which is saying a good deal. Mof fett, If nothing else, was original in his stupidity. His successors are a mob of silly boys, turned down from the Orego nlan oilice as being a little too erratic and light headed for a morning paper end thrown onto the cold world to make an exhibition of themselves with the Evening Feeding Bottle. The Tekgram Is indeed a sorry looking object. The only even ing Journal In a large and wealthy field, with everything in Its favor and an "an gel" In the shape of tb Oregonlan sign ing its checks every Saturday, it has earned neither tlu respect, admiration nor affection of a dozen residents of Port land. Its columns while .they are not fliied with sensational vulgarity, are load ed up with stupid drivel, which is nearly as bad. Whenever by a lucky accident its "editors" stumble across a good thing in tha state .ress or other papers they ewer by any possible chance give credit for it if it can be avoided. Since Mr. Hammond first became cou- necu.-d with Astoria's railroad enterprises this little offspring of an elderly and very gouty mother tfuas attempted to cry down aid deride the ability of that gentleman or anybody else to help us to atta.n our cbjjct . Very few days have been al lowed to pass without some childish and pcevith criticism after the Btyle of the opinion we have quoted above, and sines lai.road lias become an assured fact, its spieen has cropped out in even a more disgusting manner than formerly. Steiiig tna't uiose "jouri.al.scs" ure a few cjrs iu old for coilc medicine to have any perceptible effect, and for lack of orains unaoie to be treated by hypnotic remedies, we must despair of advising any line of tneatmeu't. They might, how ever, visit an astrologer and find out what avocation In Ufa nature Intended -..em to foiiow, Under the present administration it lias not been unusual for political utws re gard, ng the United iSates to come from abroad. In many instances It su ms to have bee.ii the policy that people should tea away from home to hear news. While the president was conspiring to return Lllluokalanl to tha throne of Hawaii, the people o'f the United States had to wait for Information as to the president's act.on to come from Australia or Lon don. It may or may not be true that President Cleveland favors Ambassador Bayard for his succesor, but the report that Mr. . Cleveland 1ms designated Mr. Bayard as a man who t'hall wear his cloak, comes by cable from London, and must therefore be given due weight. If President Cleveland has determined that he cannot secure a fourth nomination, or would be defeated for. a th,lrd term if nominated, Ambassador Bayard has the qualities requisite for making an admira ble ouceuwEor to Mr. Cleveland, partlou; larly since he and the president are In agreement upon a policy of diplomatic subserviency to England. ThjiTe are indications that China is about to change Its policy as to railways, of which It has but a total of 120 miles in the entire empire. Representatives of ChlilS, are now in this country to study the subject of rail way transportation, and the er.ctlon has been begun In a leading Chinese city of extensive blast furnaces, steel works and rolling mills. The gov ernmeit also is educating native students In various branchje olf engineering con nected with railways. STATE NEWS. imerca:,.ng Items Culled from Oreson's levidng Newspapers. The Corvallls Gaestte deals out to Mr. a. ct. jones or the Oregonlan. the follow Ing well served rebuke on account of ins letter attacKlng Yaqulna Bay: "Air. uones writes to the Sunday Oregonlan concerning the Yaqulna Bay. Mister Jones evidently went over to Newport for his health and failed to get It. The town la not especially recommended as a resort for dyspeptics. The people don't suit him. He says they are prone to supUe- ami a oener in frea silver. Mr. j ones uiscuascs political economy, rock oysters, euyslan thores, butter and cheese, ieui esiuite, rustling una other matti.rs to shw his own versatility and enercrv. He asks us to believe that tho Yaqulna cvuiwry is one larga cnartty Institution, upporieu tty the general government; .hat the people are principally a. set of paupers, luxy and dirty, with, v;ry rarely, jii ideal cltlxen or two among them, men ilonlng especially Dr. Payley and Sam Irvine as glorious txceptluns to the gen eral rule. The Yaqulnaltes must indeed De in sorry straits if their social and nnjncla! conditions fall below those of trinip reporters. Mister Jones has de cided, after careful scrutiny from the oaCci.ny (f the Ocean House, that the laqulna buy can never become a first. class harbor, and he has grave doubts or it ever developing Into more than nice place for the sailing of children's ,toy boat Mister Jones kindly admits that the Yaqulna may possibly become a summer resort if more Portland people can Da persuaded to lend It their gra cious pn.se.-ice. Soma Portland folk have already "ventured" there, ho informs us. but find thems-'lves isolated from their friends. Horrible, Isn't ItT However, he says, in his exquisite literary style, "The Increase of Poniund travel to Yaqulna is increasing," and the hope is ventured .hat the ravages from Salem, Corvallls, Albany, Eugeu and sister towns will b left ia the minority." , William Mardera.of Th Dalle, Is the po8.ses.10r of a relic, which to any collec tion of curlot would DoaseM nut vhit. CUr. Marderi, while on a. hunting expedi tion to Wauklaukus springy on the Klickitat river, Ix'cara acquainted with Mi- Indian chief, waukiukue, from whom the springs are named, and In the course of their friendship the old Indian present ed Mr. MardtTt with a pipe of quaint design, it is of wood, inlaid with silver and lftad, and instead of having a bowl the piece Is perfectly straight. The In dian gUvs his as 100 years, and says his wife Is 110. The old lmltn felt rhat his days along the Klickitat would not be many, and that in the happy hunting grounds he .would get a new pipe. !Wau kiakus rermaibers when there were, no White peopla In the land, and Bays he recollects distinctly when the Lewis and I 'arK upeamon passea aown me toium- bia. At that time he was about 9 years old. He still has the eye and look of a chieftain, and in spite of a bent form and tha heavy weight of years, carries himself with dignity. Tho 'Baker City Democrat is out with another of those "horrible accidents" which develop Into a "narrow escape." It says: At about 2 o'clock yesterday, th; yards of the Oregon Lumber Cojnpany was the scene of an accident that horri fied those who witnessed It and that an other person was not added to the list of deaths on the rail was only averted as If by a miracle. The switch engine of the S. V. R. R. was making up the regu lar 2:30 passenger train for McEwan. Miss Eva Looney, a girl of perhaps 17 years of ante, was ahead on the track as the en gine approached her. For some unac countable reason shi? failed to iotlce its coming in time to get out of the way, and was thrjvn from the track by the cowcatcher. Ptrcns who witnessed it expected to see her killed. She was pick ed up and It was found that she was not -badly Injured. She was conveyed to her home near by and a physician summoned. Dr. Watts was soon in attendance, and an examination showed the extent of the young lady's injurf.a was a sprained an kle. There ought to be a few potato starch factories established In Oregon and Wash ington, says the Rural Northwest. An Eastern exchange has been investigating the subject and flmls that a factory cost ing from $10,000 to Jlfi.OOO will handle the product of 2000 acres and turn out starch to the value of $50,000 annually. It is be lieved to be the best plan for the farm ers to organize and build tho factory themselves, as capital will not engage In the business unless they can secure con tracts for a number of years In advance at prices which will Insure them a profit at the lowest posslbl price for starch. Ther? is no big money to be made in raising potatoes for making starch, but It will pay better than growing wheat in localities which are especially adapted to potato raising. ll (1 (I a n a Real Estate (Hen, Bankers and Easiness Men Of Astoria . Generally. a a a ti a it u a ti t! t! (I fl POINTER! Ktf'CuIl Into the Astorlun office and get sample copies of our tegu lar Commercial edition. ti It fVJeans Money in Your Pocket. NOTICE OP COMPLETION AND AC CEPTANCE OF UUANli STREET. Notlc 18 hereby given that L .Leback, Coitiactor for the Improvement of Duune street, in Aduir's Astoria, under the pro visions of Ordinance No. 1X5, on the 12th day of .lune, 18D3, Hied In the ulllce of the Aud.tor and Police Juiltfi of the City of Astoria, the certiilcate of the City Surveyor and Superintendent of Streetn, approved by the Committee on Streets and Public WayB. After ilie expiration of tha time here inafter tmectlled, If 110 objections to the acceptance of such work be Hied mid the Common Council shall deem such Im provement properly completed, according to the contract and plans and rpecitlca tions therefor, the same may be accepted. Objections to the acc.ptance of Eaid improvement or any part thereof, may be filed .n the olllce of thd Aud.tor and Police Judsre o:, or before Wednesday, June lUll, 1M15. K. OSBUUN, Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, Oregon, June 13th, 1-U3. NOTICE OF COMPLETION ANP AC CEPTANCE OK Nl) STREET. Notice Is hereby given that N. Clinton & Sons, contractors .for the improvement of 4i!d Btreet, in Adair's Astoria, und r the provisions of Ordinance No. 1010, on the 13th day of June, 193, filed in the olllce of the Auditor and Police Judse of the City of Astoria, tha pert.llcate of the City Surveyor, and Superintendent of Streets, approved by the Committee 011 Streets and Pubiie Ways. After the expiration of the time here inafter specified, .f no objections to the acceptance of such work ,ie tiled amd the Common Council shall Attn such Im provement properly completed, according to the contract and plans and specifica tions therefor, the same may be accepted. Objectlonu to Die aec.p;ance of said Improvement or any part tlureof, may be filed .11 the olliee of tho Auditor and Police Judije ot or before Wenesiluy, June 19th, 1S9S K. OSUURN. Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, Oregon, June 13th, 18J5. OLD PEOPLE. O'.d people who require medicine to reg ulate the bowels and kidneys will find the true remedy in Electric Hitters. This medicine does not stimulate and contains no whisky nor other intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and alternative It acts mild ly on the stomach and bve!s, adding strength and giving tone to the organs, .lert'oy aUin;r nature In the performance of the functions. Electric Hitters Is an excei'ient appetiser and adds digestion. Old people ibid It Just exactly what they iired. l'rkv W cents per bottle at Chas. Rogers' Drug Store DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. Notice Is hereDy given that the partner ship heretofore existlns between the ua derslh'ned. under the firm namo and style Oregon Transportation Company is tills day dissolved by mutual conseht. All outstanding bills or accounts being pay able to dipt. liul Sclirader, and he as suming tho payment of all debts due by mid llrm. Astoria, Or., May IS, ISP". PETKlt H. CRI. . PAUL SCllltADER. There is no doubt, no failure, when you tike DeWIt fs Colic & Cholera cure. It Is pleasant, acts promptly, no bad after effects. NOTICE. The partnership heretofore existing be tween C. J. Oreenlund and Anton Bru florists. Is hereby dlosolved by mutual consent, and all debts or the said arm will b paid by C. J. Oreenlund and C. Q. Pnlmbenr. and all outstanaing accounts are due and payable to them. C J. UBKK.'VLl.'SU, ANTON ER1X. ROYAL bakins Powder, f.ftfs? ct C'l lisvenlag HIT. ANGEL COLLEGE. Mt Angel, Morion Co., Ore. Located 40 miles south of Portland, on the Southern Pacific railroad. C0JMRC1AL, CLlNSir.lL, SflK.VTlFI ! f Oi RL'S Music taught on all instruments. Shorthand, Drawing, . Typewriting, Languages Terms, $100,00 Per Term ol 3 riontlis. Apply f; r catalogue to THE REV. DIRECTOR. c..r. f. p mm picnic Head! Head! Read! RESOLUTION I Resolved. That the C. R. F. P. Union give nnnnally a picnio at the end of every tisliine cenBOD. Kesolved, That (he proceeds accruing from such picnics bubII be placed in fnnd bv itself, and be known as the C. B. F. 1'. Union's Benevolent Fund, and be utilized only to aonist widows nnd orphans of drowned fishermen who shall be iu food standing when deceived. Said fund to be placed in the hands of the Secretary mid audited by the Central Board, bnt shall otherwise be menaced and disbursed by the general meeting only. f arther resolved, I hat a committee on arrangements be appointed each year at the recular meelimj in July, and aaid committee shall consist of f-eeretary and I' at ml man and one from eacU cannery. the latter to be named by the fh-hermen representing the various canneries-. A Grand Object. bet Us fill Turn Out AND JVlake This a Great Success From Aslo'ia to Seaside mid return, with ilttiicfl 011 lliu pirnio ground aud ut l ijiLer's tlall in tho evening. Spleiidrl music. All for )1 Tbo O. L. & N. Cn.'d steamer wiil leave their dock Sunday, August 18, 1895 At 8:45 o'clock a. in. sln.rp. $100 - - ALL F08 - - $1.00 Tickets for sale a' the L'uiou oilice and by members of the cutnniiitee ut the uifforent canneries, l'.y onler Coiuinitlce of Arra'igi'imii'f. TWO LIVES SAVED Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, 111,, was told by her doctors she had Con? sumption and thait there was no hope for her, but two bottlTs" Dr. King's New Dis covery completely cured her, and she says It saved her lite. Mr. Thomas Eggers, 130 Florida street, San Francisco, suff ered from a dreadful cold, approaching Con sumption, tried without result everything else fiien toouirht one bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery and in two weeks was cured. He is naturally thankful. It is such results, of which thee are samples, that prove the wonderful efficacy of this m dlcine in Coushs and Colds. Free trial bottle at Chas. Kogers' Drug Store. Reg ular size ti) 0-71119 and $1.U). INDORSED BY THK PRES. Gentlemen: This is to certify thai have used Krause's Heariacm i upsule: with satisfactory results. I C'jujr.t a box which cost ina una une tapst'it cured me of a dreadful ilck li?adr.che My wife and mvsclf nave both used the medicines manufactured by the Norman Llrnty ili'c o., and we re commend them to the public as D'jiiiu JJust what they ure represented. KcBpectfully, W. J. HUTCHISON. Ed. OazetttJ, I'leafant Hill. M. Twciuy-flve cents, for sale by Cl.a; Rogers, Astoria. Or., sole agents. Mr. A. A. Snyder, Supt. Poor Farm Wlnnesheik county. Ia., says: Last win ter Mr. lolirt Leach used two boxes of D.Wltt s r.CH igtl rive .anu curcu j :arjj; running sore' ot If Is JJad I een under care Of physicians fpF months without ob,alnlr:g roilcf, Bare cure for l'iii.S, Di.irrhoea should be stopped proaip.ly. It sojii h'H-omfs enfonic. DeWiti's Colic i. l Oa-.lera i'ire )s elT.ctive, site and oer-.ln. Hundreds ef" tifsilmonijls beur . ,i.-.o-:-to the v.rtue of this g ea. medi cine. It can always be dep nded upon, its u?e saves time and money. Cholera Morbus "is a dingerous com plaint, and often Is fatal In Its rsul.s. To avoid this you should use DcWitt's Colic & Cholera Cure, as soon as tne tlrst symptoms appear. A OO.QP W DHP Mr. .1. J. Kell. Sharbsburg, Pa. Dear Sir- I am Klud to say a good woid for Krause's. Headache Capsules. After suffering for over three years with aciKe neuralgia and its consequent .nsoiii'ii.i (which seemed to haffle the efforts of some of our best physicians) you suggested this remedy which gae me almost Instant relief. Words fail to express the praise I should like to txslow on Krause's Headacfca Capsules Gratefully lours, jittS. E. K. HOLMES, Jfonircpe, Fa. Children, especlrlly infants, are sean tun down wl'.h Cholera Infantum or "Summer Complaint." Don't wait to de termlie, but give DeWltt's Caj'iIc & Chol era Cure promptly, you an rely on It. Use no other. SHILOH'8 CURE, the great Cough and Croup Cure, In great demand Pocket size contains twenty-five doeee only 2R cwits. Children love It Sold by J. W. Conn. KARL'S CbOVER ROOT will pnrlfyj vour blood, clear your complexion, reg ulate vour Bowels, and make your hesl clear as a bell. 25 cts., 60 eta., and tl.00. Sold bjr J. W. Conn. E. ncNEIL, Receiver. V ,"'" ID f?. a u mi Gives Choice of Jmo Transcontinental routes, Via Spokane and St. Paul. Via Ogden, Denver and 0 10 aha or St. Paul. Pullman and Tourist Sleepera Free Redlining Chairs Car. Astoria to San Francisco. State, Wednesday, July 3. Oregon, Monday, July 8. State, Saturday, July 13. Oregon, Thursday, July 18. State, Tuesday, July 23. Oregon, Sunday, July 28. State, Friday, August 2. Astoria and Portlnd Steamers. T. J. Po titer 'leaves Astoria Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 7 p. m 'Wednesday and Sunday upon arp.val from Iiwaco in the evening. Leaves Portland Monday( Tuesday, Thursday r.nd Friday at 7 a. m., Wednesday at 8 a. m,, and Saturday at 1 p. in. R. It. Thompson leaves Astoria dally, exctpt Sunday, at 6:46 a. m.; leaves Port land daily, except Sunday, at 8 p. in. On- Saturday w.ll leav at 10 p, m. Harvest Queen leaves Astoria Wedn.s day and Sunday at 7 p. m.; leaves Port land Wednesday and Saturday at 7 a. m. For rates and general information call on or address C. F. OVERBACJGH, Commercial Agent, Astoria, Or W H UUKL.BUKT, nn. Pes. Agt., Portland. Or. Are You Goino- East? Ee sure and see that -jrour ticket reads via HE NOiiTH-WESTERN line:. CHICAGO. ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS and OMAilA iiAHAV A VS. This ia the1 H :R f LIM5 tietweon DULUTH, ST. PAUL, CHICAGO Ami all Pi;ul.- Eat and toii'h. Their Magnltlcent Track, Peerless Ves tlbuled Dining and Sleeping Car Train and Motto: "ALWAYS ON imnj' Have given this1 road a national reputa tion. All clasaes of passengers carried on the vestibuled trains without extra charge. Ship your freight and travel over this famous line. All agents have tickets. W II MEAD. P. C. SAVn.CE. Gen. Agent. Trav. F. and P. Agt. 248 Washing-ton at., Portland, Or. Art: ou Cioing; East? If so, drop a line to A C. Sheldon, ;vM-ri'l agent of the "Burlington t.mle," 250 Washington St., Purtland. ile will mall you free pf charge, maps, time tables, and advltte you as to tha through rates to any point, reserve sleeping car accommodations for you, I and furnish you with through tickets via either the Northern, Union, South-! frn. Canadian Pacific, and Great North-j ern rnUrqadj at the very lowest rates: obtnln'able. ' " The Iluiilngton Houte Is geiietalU concedod to be the finest equipped raiU road in the world for all classes of .ravel. I "THE MILWAUKEE." The only railroad i:ghtng jtg trains by electricity. ' " ' ' The only railroad using thai cel-brated olectrio berth reading la-mp. The coachea now running on "The Mil waukee" are Palaces on Wheels. .r;iwaukce and St. Paul Railway runs the most Dcrfectly eouinDe trains of Sleeo-! inff, Tarlor, and Dlring Cars and Coaches. For lowest rates to any pout In the United tSates and Canada, apply to ticket eits, or addrefi? C. J. EDDY, General A(?.nt, Portland, Oregon. "A TALENTED EDITOR." Cpntlemen: I had occasion to use several boxes of KrauseVs Headache Cnpsules while traveling to Chicago to attend the National Democratic Con vention. They acted like a charm In preventing heaoaches and dizziness. Have had very little headache since my rpturn. which is remarkable. Tours, rnsoectfuliy JOHN U. SHAFFER. F.d. Renovo (Pa.) Record. For sale bv Chas. Rogers, Astoria, Or., sole agent. Mrs. T. S. Rnwktns, Chattanooga, Tenn., says. "Shllor's Vltalizer SAVHTD MT LIFE. I consider It tne best ren edy for a debilitated systtm I ever used." For Dyspensia, Liver or Kid ney trouble. It exca'la. Pilvg eta. For Kale by J. W. Conn. Captain Bweeny, V. S. A.. Snr. DlefM Cal., says: "shtioa's Catarrh Remedy Is the first medlc'ne 1 have ever fov.nd that would n me any good. Price M jets. Sold by J. W. Coin. o. ViLiiiJ' FOR TIIiliAmOOK, NEHALEM OTHEr STEAflERS R. P. EIiMORE.j H. HARRISON, AUGUSTA. b;u li n dates to ami In mi lillaino'.lc aiu fin ihe weather. For freight nn ratis apply to ELMORE, SANBORN & CO., Agents. O. I & N, CO., 9 ilk m rilllil ! l SIGNATURE g " A - printed In ZaW ? is now printed In BLUE, diagonally o across the OUTSIDE vrapper of every bottle of 1 'ii?-;:. 91 m 4 ass m VlJTV-'l V T ' r' n J-M cf a t-'.'.'-l mt; if. v. r." l k The Original arid Genuine WORCESTERSHIRE, as a further pro- r A o 3 Agent., (or he United Stntrs. JQMM STEAMERS Telephone & Bailey Gatzert. Columbia River and Puget Sound Nav igation Co. Two Daily Boats to Portland .117eb,"B Astoria at 7 p. m. ''"I1-' (exiVfit buuila ). Leaves Poit'anil il; til' v at 7 a. m at. o i--. " i ( j ' i ouiliirtv. Bailty Gulzert" leaves Astoria Tnes day. Wednesday, Thnrwlav, Fridny snj Saturdny niorniug at 6:45 a. ro ; Srindav eveninfj nl ? p. m. Leaves Portland dullv at 8 p. ru., ex cept Sunday. On Satnrday liinh' at 11 p. m. Sleanif r Oceau Wave It axes Portland Tuf'sday and Thursday at 8 a. m., Satur day at 1 p. m., running 8traiht tbrotiKh toIUnco, conneotiDK w ilh trnitis for U poinls on North Beach. Leaves Ilwneo ' vponesmiy nna fmiay niominr at 730 o'clock, Sunday pight at 0 o'clock, for i oriiann, v. w. blUNE, Agent, Astoria. ' Telephone No. 11 U. B. Scott. President a A. Seeley, Qen'l Agt., Portland. PROVEN A BOON. Gentlemen: I have always recom mended Krause's He.adK.-ne Capsules wherever I have had a chance. They have proven a veritable boon In my family against any and all kind of KAadache. Yours trnlr, J. K. WALTER. Leavenworth, Kansas. For sale bv Chas. Ro?era. AXnria I Oregon, sole agent COAST POINTS Aim Open por Special Gharter. I Ni liaUm drpeiK passenger AxMl!.. Portland. !?''. ."--Ugl"' Jl Mil SSH. mj. IV A U BTl n w hi e " A DUNCAN'S SONS , N, Y, " ARE THE BEST CIGARETTE SMOKERS who care to pay a little more than the cos$ of ordinary trade, cigarettes will pn& "thq PET CIGARETTES SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS Made from the highest cost Gold Leaf grown in Virginia, and are ABSOLUTELY CURE As Franklin says, good dress opens all doors, you should not lose sight of the fact that a perfect fitting suit la the main feature. Wanamaker & Brown are noted for fit workmanship and superiority of qualities. Their rep resentative visits Astoria every three months. Office M Dekum Building, Portland. Or. Reserve orders till you have seen the spring line of samples. PEER HALL. What the Gambrlnus Beer Hall tried to do In selecting their liquors was to pick out what Intelligent people would want If they knew It as experienced people should know it Make a not of this If you want pure liquors. George Bajtley, Proprietor.