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TUifi DAILY ASTOttlAJV ASTOJU-A, WEDNESDAY ; MORN1JNH, AUGUST 14, 1895.
for Infants
MOTHERS. Do You Know that Paregoric,
Bateman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many so-called Soothing Syrups, aud
most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine?
Io Vow Know that opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons?
Tto Yoa Know that in most countries druggists are not permitted to sell narcotics
Without labeling them poisons ?
Bo Von Know that you should not permit any medicine to be given your child
unless you or your physician know of what It is composed ?
Io Yon Know that Castoria is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of
Its ingredients is published with every bottle ?
Io You Know that Castoria is the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuel Pitcher.
That it has been in use for nearlytliirty years, and that more Castoria is now sold than
of all other remedies for childreu combined ?
tin Yon Know that the Patent Office Department of the United States, and of
other countries, have issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use th word
" Castoria" and its formula, and that to Imitate them Is a state prison offense?
Bo Yon Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection
was because Castoria had been proven to be absolutely barmless ?
Bo Yon Know that 35 average doses of Castoria are furnished for 33
cents, or one cent a dose ?
Bo Yon Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your children may
be kept well, and that yoa may have unbroken rest?
Well, these things are worth knowing. They are facts.
The fnc-nltnlle
signature of
Children Cry for
STATE NOfflLt SCj400Ii
Monmonth, Oregon.
A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS.
I'MmmTQ i.WKOSWM IRS K
rM There is a goo
'I'P "'V.r5? " veil-trained leachc
'ih re if an ov. r ?u'ply of untrained t achers.
Catalogues Cheerfully Sent or. Application. Address
Or W. A. WANN, P. L. CAMPBELL,
Secretary. President.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, 1895-1896.
THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eugene, Oregon, offers free tuition to nl
students. Younu men can obtain board, lodging, heat and light in the dormitory
for $2.50 per week. Roomers furnish their own linen. Young women are provided
with board in private families at 1(3.00 per week. Young women desiring board
should address Prof. John Straup, Eugene, Oregon ; or Secretary Young Women's
Christian Association, Eugene. The University offers three baccalaureate degrees.
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Letters, with corresponding
courses of study. The following shorter courses are also offered: An English course
leading in two years to a VMirw diploma nud in three years to the title graduate
in English; on advamwi con m fur graduates of normal schools leading to the de
gree master of pelayuM) ; ihrco years' course in civil engineering leading to the
degree civil engineer; a course of two years for teachers of physical education
leading to a diploma aud the title director of physical education. The University
charges an incMeutal fee of ten dollars, whiish is payable in advance by all studentp.
Students holding diplomas from the publio schools and those having teachers' cer
tificates are admitted to the preparatory department without examination. TLoa
desiring information regarding the prepurutory department should address the
dean, N. L. Narregnn, Eugene.
For catuloguos nud information address C. H. Chapman, President, or J. J
Walton, Secretary, Eugene, Oregon.
SEASIDE SflWph.
A complete stock of lumber on hand
tn the rough or dressed, flooring, rus
tic, celling, and all kinds of finish ;
mouldings and shingles; also bracket
work done to order. Terms reasonable
and prlceB at bedrock. All orders
promptly attended to. Office and yard
Pt mill. H. L. LOGAN. Prop'r.
flpsntrfe. Ore sron
J. A FASTABEND,
GENERAL CONTRACTOR,
PILE DRIVER, HOUSE, BRIDGE 0D
WHARF BUILDER.
AdJress, box 180. Posloife. ASTORIA, OR
fiortb Paeiiie Bremery
JOHN KOPP.Prop
Bohemian Lager Beer
And XX PORTER.
Leave orieri with J. L. Cartoon at the
Sunny-side Saloon or Louis Boentge at
the Co-vl.H;aa S;'.o-:n. All orders will
be prr: : atiT-1-d to.
roK
: first Glass funerals :
-ViT-
POH'-J'S Undertaking Parlors,
rHIRD STREET,
p.,., p.,v.,r,r. r..t.in!'nit Specialty
o take. re curr, no ri, noth
lri to tfreaJ, ts"t P" De
Witt's Little B.rly Misers. Beat for Bick
Headlche. Biliousneaa, Sour Stomach and
tJonsttpatlan.
and Children.
on every
wrapper.
Pitcher's Castoria.
Complete Eight Grade Train
ing Department and strong pro
fessional and academic courses.
The Diploma of iho school
entitles one to t each in any
County in th;' Stale without
further xanii nation.
Bovd and Lodging, Hooks
and Tiiii i ".11, '!."!() per year.
B autilul and healthful loca
tion, Iso
d demand for
lers
It is sold, on a euhranteo Ht ell dnir.
gists. It cures Incipient Consumptioa
andif-thobeatCoushardCroup Cms. .
For Sale by 5. W. Conn.
J. B. WYATT,
Astoria, Oregon.
Hardware,
Sliip Chandlery,
Groceries,
, Provisions,
PAINTS and OILS.
Special Attention Paid to Supplying Ship.
THE RSTORlfl SAVINGS BflflK
Acts as trustee for corporation! and
individuals. Deposits solicited.
Interest will be allowed on savings
deposits at the rate of 4 per cent per
annum.
J. Q. A. EOWLBT President
KEN J. YOUNG Vice President
FRANK PATTON Cashiei
DIRECTORS.
J. Q. A. Bowlby, C. H. Page. BenJ
Young, A. 8. Reed, D. P. Thompson
W. E. Dement. Gust Holmes.
81.00 Bottle.V Wfti 8 M mt$
Onoccnt a doeeZf
Tide Table for August, 1895.
high water.
LOW WATER.
DATE.
P. M.
A. M.
h.m
h.m ft
h.m I ft.
h.m ( ft
ThursdttV.. 1
llaij
12 l
0 42'
4 25:
5 16
6 02
-0 6
4 OH 8 J
Friday. ... 2
10 42 8 01
11
612!
6 06
6 4l
Saturday.. 8
SUNDAY.. 4
Mondnv. .. f
1180
,-
o'i
1 20
8 41
715
7 44
13
1 1
147
212
2 811
S5H
727
Tuesday. .. (i
a fa
1 so
-0 8
8 01
WediiH(lay 7
Thurmiay. X
Kl-iil.iv tl
8 09
-0 4
8 at
9 05
2 0.'
2 4;
8 81
-01
-04
8 248 0
8 52 8 0
8 M
D20
950
9 35
Saturday.. 10
8 21
09
1 4
1 9
1 1
08
05
1015
SUNDAY .li
4 ft'
4 80 8 0
1102
ii 66
Mnnftnv . V'
4 57
0 128 0
B f)7! 0
1021
0 02
Tuesduy . . 1:1
Weilu'sd'y M
0 01
7 2::
8 W
6 5-1
1 12
230
3 40
4 40
11 S3
115
3 (HI
4 24
inuiHuay..i:
Friday It;
Saturday.. 17
SUNDAY. 1
Mouduy....lJ
Tuesday... Si
7R8I8 0
10 1(1
9 (It'i 8 1
-0 2
-0 8
11 Hi
10 10 8 8
11 12 8 6
124li73
1 19,7 9
1 55 8 3
2 !fci 8 5
8 OH 8 6
85086
4185
5 18 8 2
6 127
7147 6
8 '22(7 4!
1180 7 4:
10 287 5
IS 02
6 31
18
5 26
6 20
6 10-1 6
6 69 -1 6
o io
100
150
2 311
8 30
425
7 OH1
7 6i
8 44
7 37
Thursday .'tl
8111
8 55
-0 7
Friday ....2.1:
00
0 8
10
9 80
Saturday.. 2 1
SUNDAY. SJT
Mnniluv 'Jt'
9 3."
10 H5j
11 25
ii il
loa
2 4U
10 15
10 55
0 35
162
801
6 211
2 51
Tuesday . . 2"
0 425 8!
8 2fli5 0
04
euu sd y Si
Thursday .-:
Fridav.... 81)
OS
10 06:51
01
-0 2
-04
11 OV;5 0
11 01
4 or,
4.V,
4 10
Suuriloy. hi
5 or
ALONG TIIK WATER FRONT.
SUCH 13 LIFE.
There was a grizzled flsfoer ladi
Who sailed the ocean blue,
He wore a pair ot rubber pants
And a number twenty shoe;
A net three hundred fathoms wide
And a smile about as long;
He fls'hed at slack of eithtr tlda
Singing the Norseman's song.
There were Vikings t'hlck as thick could
ba
Om this fisher lad's ancestral treet
There was a grizzled fisher lad)
When the tenth of August camel
With hands as hard as lumps of flint
And a weather-twaten frame,
Who stood and counted his well-earned
gold,
Then smiled at the gingling tin
And wended his way to a foeer saloon
In order to blow It la.
And t'he racket he made on his annual
spree
I tell you, my friends, was a sight to
see.
There wjs a grizzled fisher lad
Who Say In a maudlin sleep,
And dreamed he was back with his net
and boat:
A sailing the "briny daep;
And many a mem'ry of moonlight hauls
And Pacific sunsets too,
And glUt'rlnjg fish and southerly squalls
His beer-soaked brainsweeps through;
But of golden sheckka there's never a
trace
When they rouse htm up from his rest
lng place.
There was a grizzled flshis lad'
Wih'Ose winter days were spent
In patching holes in his salmon twine
And 'mending many a wrewt,
And, as he knitted, he vowed a vow
That never again, he'd be
63 foolish tin elfft aa itn hl,w himself
On an annual drunken spree:
But alas he'll be up to the same old tricks
When they pay him o'ft In ninty-slx
The "Rrltlsh aMtv tllinhftHfl. vrjtm itnlrAn;
un the river to Portland vMiterdav in
taw of th Emma Hayward.
The British ship Oreallai did' not coma
here direct from Shanghai Ibut via Bang-
kok, biam, where she stayed several days.
The Sierra Parlma will finish loading
her salmoni cargo today and will proba
bly proceed to Bea at the ind of the week.
The four-masted bark Damson Hill,
Captain Brown, arrived in yesterday In
ballast after a fair passage from Colum-
oo, Cxylon. .
:
A loanntry sloop loaded with cased
salmon smashed her bowsprit in the river
yeoierduy af ternoon and had considerable
difficulty In getting to shore.
Trulllng-r's small sUam launch has
had all her machinery taken out of her
ana is now rigged with neat sails. She
will be In evidence at thia w-vter carnival.
The SPA. RPTnAnf hno, TiAAnj joaiii a num.
brr of times this season not far from
New York. This Is probably because
since the Sunday closing era New Yorkers
have ibeenx obliged to go to the sea ehore
for rest, recreation, etc.
Both the O. R. and N. and tfoa Tele
phone docks .are piled thick with house
hold furniture of all descriptions. Much
of It la the property of beach camping
parties, but a considerable quantity be
longs to new arrivals at Astoria who have
come to reside here permanently.
The big raf t continues to attract much
attention t says the San Francisco Com
mercial News. Saturday the tug Red
mund carried quite a large party. In
cluding a number of ladles, to visit t'he
monster, and ach member of the excur
sion enjoyed the walk over the Immense
surface of the raft. It ts wr 500 feet
long.
The Oregon Railway and Navigation
Company's steamer Columbia behaved
splendidly on her trial trip yesterday,
says the Call. Captain Bolles took her
twenty-two miles north on th coast to
ward Point Reyes and brought her back
to her dock at Spear street in fast time.
She registered fifteen knots during part
of the run. About 2,000 horse power was
shown by her engines. Forty guests were
on (board the su.aaner. Light refresh
ments were served.
There aire eel fisheries on; the St. Law
rence river, on the Canadian side, that
hava been in operation ever since the
Norman colonists came to Canada, 250
years ago, and are conducted today ex
actly as they were la the days of the
colonists, says the New York Sun. Thy
are the most productive eel fisheries in
the world, and re objects of much curl
cslty to tourists on the St. Lawrence dur
ing t'he early fall season, when the fish
eries are in operation
The American ship James Drummond,
Captain Curtis, arrived down the river
yesterday in tow of the Emma Hayward.
She left Portland at noon on Saturday
and had to "work every tide, anchoring
several times on the way. The Drum
mond is drawing 23 feet 4. inches and Is
the dpest draught ship that ever came
down the Columbia river. She Is laden
with wheat and will sail on Saturday for
Falmouth for orders. Captain Curtis
went to Portland last night. Ha will be
down again tomorrow.
Captain Brown, of the Damson, HIU,
which arrived In port yesterday was hers
In 1877 as skipper at the ship Fiji. It took
him on that occasion exactly 100 days
to get from Portland to the sea, and 81
days aftr he had cleared from the cus
tom house at this city. His long wait
was occasioned by the bad condition) of
the ntouth of ths river. There was of
course no semblance of a Jetty at the
time, and Captain Brown was ystserday
laughingly contrasting his experiences of
18 years ago with those of vs'isels today,
which find the Columbia River mouth
one of the deepest and safest channels in
the world.
The Cape Ann Bre?e publishes the
following report of ths season of the
Provlncetown fleet a few days ago: "The
turnings of the fresh fishing fleet for ths
season do not vary mater tally from those
of last year at this time. Some few of
the vessels have done splendidly, some
fairly well and a few have had ths hard
est of bard luck. The average crew share
on the Adema and the slaota fleet up to
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
OF NEW YORK
Is the strongest and best managed life
Insurance company on the face of the
eirth. Our rates are no higher than oth
ers, for tftoe same kind of a policy, and
our contract in so much more liberal to
the insurer that you cannot afford to
take anything eOse but an Equitable pol
icy. Irresponsible travelling agents will
misrepresent facts to you by trying to
make you beQieve that what they have
is Just as good as the Equitable. By
consulting the insurance commissioner's
reports you will discover the falsehood.
There Is no company, "Just as good."
The Equitable is now and has been for
fifteen years past THE best. L. Samuel,
Eugene Samuel, special agents.
July last year was $154. The average this
eeason is $142. The average monthly ear
nings of men on the low liner Is 110.64,
as against 166.67 for men on the high
liner. As usual the Merrltt leads the fleet
In stock, being nearly 3,000 to the fore
of the nearest competitor, while her men
have Shared (100 a man."
The Italian steel ship Carabona, which
left Glasgow ten days ago for San Fran
Cisco is making her first trip to sea.
Other kv ships In the list are the
French irk Oeu, Mllllnet end the Brit
ish! harks Oleniflnart and Monkbura. The
Gen. Mllllnet will be in San Francisco
wthln thirty days.She is the first French
ship to come this way la several years,
and was chartered to load back to Eu
rope with wheat before 0he ever left
Swansea. There are one or two other
French vessels In the list. That flag has
not waved over a merchant Ship in San
Francisco for a long time. The Glenfln
art left over a month ago, and the Monk
burn wli'l get away some time this month.
It is possible there are other new ships
in the list.
The steamer Montlcello, which was re
cently brought down here from Seattle
to run between here and Vailejo In oppo
sition to the Southern Pacific, says ths
Call, will take out a party of excursion
ists on Thursday, and It is expected that
she will make her Initial trip on Friday.
Captain Randall, a well known towboat
captain, will be in command of the steam
er. The Montioeillo will make two round
trips a day. It was rumored about ths
water front today tjhat trouble Is In store
for the new vessel, and that a complaint
will prdbalbley be made to the Inspectors
of hulls and boilers regarding the man
ner in which, she was brought here from
Seattle. It is. claimed that her captain
did not have a deep sea license. The pun
ishment for taking a steam vessel to sea
without a license is a fine of mot more
than 000.
The United States inspectors of stean
vessels will have a lively Investigation on
their hands when they look Into the mat
ter of the collision of the steamers Arago
and Homer at Coos bay. The captain of
t'he Arago says It was all the fault of
tthe Homer, which did not obey her own
signals. Monday the Homer arrived In
San Francisco and Captain J. F. Drlsko
made ia report to show that the negli
gence of the captain of the Arago caused
the collision. Captain Drlsko says he
was in North Bend, Coos Bay, at 2:30
p. m.. Saturday when he sighted the Ara
go, slowed down and blew one whistle.
The Arago answered with one whistle,
but never changed hr course until she
crossed the Homer's bow. When only
two ships' lengths was between the ves
sels the Arago blew the distress signel,
several short blasts, stopped and backed.
On the Homer the helm was put hard
to starboard. While doing so Drlsko says
he tried to blow two blasts, but the
string on his whistle parted. He then
waved his hands to show the direction
he was going and stopped his port en
gine. Captain Drlsko says the handling
of the Arago naturally threw her stern
to port as she backed. The tide being on
the ebb threw her directly across the
channel. Then came the collision, open
ing a hole In the Homer's starboard side
abaft the bridge. Captain Drlsko has the
statement of a disinterested witness to
corroborate his own that the Arago did
not go to starboard as her whistle Indi
cated, and that she caused the collision
by stopping and backing at the wrong
time.
The V. JS. Gnv'i Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to ufl others.
SUMMER SCHEDULE OF THE O. R. &
N. STEAMERS.
T. J. Potter.
Leaves Portland Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday and Friday at 7 a. m., Wed
nesday ait 8 a. m., and Saturday at 1 p.
m. Leaves Ilwaco Wednesday and Sun
day at 7 p. m. tides permititjig. Leaves
Asior.a Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and
Fr.day at 7 p. m., and Wednesday and
Sunday upon arrival from ilwaco In the
evening. On Wednesday and Saturday
the Potter will run through to Ilwaco,
leaving here directly upon arrival from
Portland.
R. R. Thompson.
Leaves Portland Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and -Friday at 8
p. m., and. Saturday at 10 p. m. Leaves
Astoria dally, except Sunday, at 6:45 a.
m.
Harvest Queen.
Leaves Aetor.a Wednesday and Sunday
at 7 p. m.; leaves Portland Wednesday
and Saturday at 7 a. m.
North Pacific.
Leav.s Aewria for Ilwaco Monday,
Tuesday, Wedneedjy, Thursday, Friday,
and Saturday at 6 a. m., aulso Monday,
Tuesday, Thursday and Fr day at 2 p.
m. Leaves Adioria for Youngs bay
Wednesday and Saturday upon arrival of
Potter from Portland. W1W make regular
Sunday excursions to Ilwaco. Leaving
time to be advertised In paper for each
excursion.
FARES.
To Long Beach and Clatsop, 1.50 round
trip. To liwaco, (1.00 round trip. For
ueulls apply to the city office of the O.
R. and N.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE.
Noil Ice Is hereby given that the under
signed, Assignee of I. W. Case, will sell
at puMic auction to the highest bidder
for cash in United States gold coin, on
Saturday, August 244h, 1895, at the hour
of 10 o'clock In the forenoon, the follow
ing described bui.dir.gs, which ere sit
uated on leased ground subject to re
moval, to-wiit:
1st That certain building occupied by
Carnsi'han & Co., as a store, on the cor
ner of 10!h and Bond streets.
2nd Tliat certain two-story frame bulld
li.g situated on the southwest corner of
the lmeraeTtloa of 12th and Commercial
streets, and occupied on the first floor
as a fruit store and barber shop.
3rd The building fromilng on Commer
cial street between 10th and llrh streets,
known a t'he life Hive. All of said
buildings In the CI y A Astoria, Clatsop
County, Oregon.
The Assignee reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids. V
D. K. WARREN,
Assignee.
WORTH T OF NOTICE.
There Is nothing but bold, clear-cut
truth In the statement that to secure per
fect fit, quality and style In your shoes
at the lowest reasonable prtces you muf
ro to ths firm of John Haho A Co., flJ
Commercial street. .
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Contains b4 Aouaoola or Aluta.
Prominent Government Offic
ials Visit the Harbor.
AT THE, JETTY AND FT. CANBY
The Telephone People and Promi
nent Astorians Entertain the
Visiting Officials.
General Manager L. B. Seeley, of the C.
R. and P. S. N. Co., yesterday brought
to Astoria on the Telephone a party of
distinguished visitors whom he entertain
ed in his usual royal manner.
The party consisted of Geo. D. Rugglcs,
adjutant general, U. S. A. Sain Francis
co j Governor McOraw, of Washington;
General Jno. H. Bryant, receiver of Jthe
Seattle, Lake Shore and Eastern Railway,
of Seattle, ot former newspaper man ot
distinction; O. A. Bowei statd treasurer
ot Washington, who came up from San
Francisco nd met the party here; UaJ.
C. A. H. McOaulky, quartermaster, U. S.
A., Portland; Mr. John F. Forbls, a prom
inent attorney of Butte, MonL; Supt. He
gardt, of the government Jetty works,
and were met at Aston by ex-Mayor M.
C. Crosby, J. 0. Hanthorn, and Dr. Uul
linix, and representatives of the press.
Immediately upon arrival ot the Tele
phone the entire party boarded the U.
S. engineer's tug G. H. Mendell, Capt.
Brown, and proceeded to the Jetty. Here
Supt. Hegardt, with his well known cour
tesy, had a special train ready upon
which the visitors weie conveyed to the
end of the Jetty and the work explalnd.to
them. The strangers were surprised at
the extent of the enterprise and exper
ienced1 a novel sensation in the passage
in a railroad train over the breakers of
the Pacific.
From the Jetty the trip was made to
Fort Canby, where the party was re
ceived by Capt Lamia and a salute ot
17 guns. General Ruggles made an inspec
tion f the fort and Us requirements In
the matter of tncreasjd fortifications. To
on Astorian representative the general
stated that his department had made
great efforts for several years for the
necessary appropriations from congress
for the Improvement of th posts on ths
Pacific coast, and that thera was a good
prospect now of some action in the neatq
future.
An Inspiring sight greeted the visitors
to Astoria's great harbor during the re
turn trip from Fort Canby. The late
afternoon Bun, as if in promise of future
greatness from the West, where the land
of the Orient shall pour its riches Into
the great harbor of the Columbia, the
ride of Uncle Sam, vouchsafed a soene ot
splendor for his officers seldom If ever
equalled, even in Astoria, noted for its
gorgeous sunsets. As a ball of red Are,
through the hazy atmosphere, the sun
dropped into, the Illuminated sea, and so
real was the Illusion one held his breath
to hear the hiss of the water.
Reaching the city the Telephone, which
was in waiting, conveyed the visitors
back to Portland. A sumptuous dinner
was served the guests by Steward Mc
GDHs and all expressed themselves in the
most emphatic manner of the good time
given thein by tho Telephone Company
and Its efficient officers,
A 'BAD WRECK.
Of thj consumption may follow In the
track of a disordered system, due to im
pure blood or Inactive liver. Doa't run
the rlskl The (proprietors of Dr. Price's
Golden Medical LMseowry take all the
chances. They make a straightforward
offer to return your money If their rem
edy fails to benefit or euro In all disorders
and affections due to impure blood or
inactive liver. The germs of disease cir
culate through the bio 3d; the liver Is the
filter which permits the germs to enter or
not The liver active, and the blood pure,
and you escape disease.
When you're run down, debilitated,
weak, and your weight below a healthy
standard, you regain health, strength and
wholesome flesh, by using the "Discov
ery." It builds up the body faster than
nauseating Cod liver oil or emulsions.
Dr. Price's Pellsts cure constipation,
piles, biliousness, Indigestion, or dyspep
sia and headaches.
WHEN THE'RE REHELLIOU8 AND
SHIRK DUTV.
Don't attempt to overcome Inactivity of
the kidneys with fiery, unmedloated al
chohollc stimulants. Use Instead Hostel
ler's Stomach Bitters, in which the spirit
uous basis only serves as a vehicle for th?
Buperb botanic medicinal principles blend
td with and held In pet-feet solution by
it. Just the right degree of Impetus, and
no more. Is given to the kidneys and blad
der by this estimable tonic, stimulant and
corrective, which expels through those
channels the Impurities that give rise to
rheumatism, dropsy and gravel, and rem
edies that chronic inaction of the organs
which otherwise must terminate in
Brlght's disease, diabetes or some other
formidable renal malady. An incompara
ble remedy Is the Bitters also for con
stipation, dyspepsia, liver complaint,
rheumatism, malarlai and nervousness.
Promote appetite and le.p with it.
EXTENDED 8TMPATHY.
"Do unto others as you would have
... . ... ... , Ilv
otners ao unto you, in s7Hipuc"unv.w
shown In the following line, the pre
sumption being that sympn-ny is b-.'rn,
or akin to pain or sorrow:
"Uentlemen:---Pieaw send Kraiie u
Heaaacne jajAsuies '!"""'
twxes 10 iura. oey, nu"i ; ,
Two Doxes 10 inline yyuu-a,
N. Dak. I nave always been a great
. , .mm, 1 An-
sunerer troin neauaciic ..
sules are t'e only tning that relieves
me." Youra very truly,
FLORA SEAT.
Havana, N. Dn.
For hale, h Oban, aogers. AHtorta.
Or' Sole Aprtnt.
Btomcih an-J bowel coropUlnts are- best
relieved by the timely use of DeWitt's
Colic and Cholera Cure. Ineist on hav
ing tills preparation. Don't take any
other.
SHILOIP8 CURB is sold on a Bvar
ntea. It core Indolent xmsumptlon.
t Is th best Cotigtt Cure. Only one
nt m dose. 45 cents. 60 ct.. and JI M.
For Pale by J. V7. Conn.
Severe gr'plm? pslns of the ttomicli
f .l bowels Instantly and effectually
stopped byj DeWitt's Colic and Cholera
Curs. , .
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY.
AMERICA'S
Greatest Transcontinental
Railway System.
TO
IN-
Palace Dining Room and Sleeping Cars.
Luxurious Dining Cars.
Elegant Day Coaches.
-also -
Observation Cars, allowing Unbroken
Views of the Wonderful Mount
ain Country.
$5.00 and $10.00
Saved on all tl Vets Kirn. Tourist cr' the
best on wli el-. rqulruientr of Iho very finest
throuch ut.
- ALS0-
Canadicm Pacific
-T0-
China and Japan.
China bterners leave Vancouver, B. C:
Empress of Indl i
Empress of Jjran
Empress of China
Eimress of India
l-niptoss of Jnran
Empress of Chlnt
Aug. 5th.
Aug 6th.
Sept. i6ih.
Oct. i4lh,
Nov. nth.
Dtc. oh.
Australian steamer Imv Vancouver, B. C
6th of every montn.
For ticket rates and information call
on or address
JAS. rlNLAYSON, Agent,
Astoria, Or.
W. F. Carson, Traveling Pass. Act,
'1 acoma, Wash.
Geo. McL. Brown, Dlst. Pass. Agt.,
Vancouver, b. i.
Indio
The Oasis of thf
Colorado Desert
A Hew
ealth
esort
BELOW THE LEVEL
OF THE SEA
Absolutely,
Dry and Pure Tropical
Climate
Pronounced by Physicians the
most Favorable in America
for Sufferers from . . ,
Lung Diseases and
- Rheumatism
Many Remarkable Cures
rrhA nKinrttUnfl iirirArl Ao-alnst Indio
In the past by the large numbers who
otherwise would nave Deen giau to uik
advantage of Us beneficial climate, has
been a lack of suitable- accommoda
tion. The Southern Pacific Company,
takes pleasure In announcing mat sev
eral Commodious and
Com ortable Cottages
I . I.... . Wn ArAntori At Tndlo sta-
imvo ubi www.. .
Hon, that will be rented to applicants
t i-ea.iua.anl8 rates. uxey iur-
i vliod witn moaern convenience, ui-
. .uii num nrtenlan water, and so
sl.uaid as to gove occupants all the
ad, unuigea to be derived from a more
r Itss protracted residence In this de
Udfhtful climate.
. . - m 17innnlanA A remnant.)
le rom ine dui timn-i" " ,
;.. ... . i - iho ipont (Insert OI
the Colorado whloh the Southern Pa-
clfio road traverses mero "
called Indio, wnicn, m our upimu.i,
r. !.., nt lha earth. WS be-
me saiuwn"" v - -
lieve, from personal Investigation, thai
for certain invanus, me-c iu oyui.
. . , a favorable."
O. T. Stewart, M. D., writes: "The
purity of tho air, and the eternal sun
shlive, fill one with wonder and delight
ki.tuM hoi AnnnmDllshed BC
much that there remains but little for
man to do. As to Its possibilities as a
health resort, 'nere is mo muov
. with a tpmnerature al
leui. BuiiDiutis,
- Kinaon a nerfontlv drv Soil
W tXjO iiicuoau., r - -
m i i . nn imlinnvii fAntnr! nurs
tor ram io " " " " r
Btmnnnhere and nure
water. fT n m.w.v
It Is the place, above all others, for
lung troubles, ana a parauise tor rncu
matlcs. Considering the number of
hn havH heart cured. I have
ih iiPRitajicv In recommending this
Bnlal oasis as the haven of the afflict
ed."
INDIO
Is 6l2 miles from -
SAN FRAKCISCO
and 130 xniles from
LOS ANGELES
Fare from Los Angeles f -oo
For further Information Inquire of
any Southern Pacific company agem
or address
,f H. V. ROGERS,
Asst. Qen. Pass. Agt. 8. P. Co.
t H KIkXLANP.
Dlst. Pass. Agt
Cor. First md Aider Sta- Portland. Or
PROFESSIONAL CAItr
H. A. SMITH
DEM1S1- , .,
Pnnn.1 f anil i- PvtblaD tJUll J'-H!?.
over C. H, Cooper's store.
German Physician.
Eclectic.
DR. BARTEL, - ,,,.,
PHYSICIAN AND BUIKiivj.i.
nm,. ai.. iiiwrr Ilnnhur's Btfre, cor.
9th and Commercial. ITlces: Calls, tl;
confinement JiO.00. Operations at
free; medicines furnished.
W. & LOGAN, D. D. S..
DENTAL PARLORS.
Mansell Block, 673 Third street
DR. EILIV JANSON. '
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
rifflno nvr niwm's dnisr store. Hours. 10
to 12 a. m.; 2 to 6 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sun
days, 10 to 11.
J. S. HISHOP. M. D.,
HOAIEOPATHIST,.
Office and rooms In Kinney Block
Office Hours, 10 to 12:30 and 4 to 6:30
Surgery and Disease of Women a Spe
cialty.
LIBERTY P. MULLINIX. M. D .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office. 6S4H Third at., Astoria, Ore.
Special attention g-lven to all chrnnl
diseases.
DH. o. B. ESTES.
Sperla! atlt-ntlrn r diseases f"f worn
en sn'l nuwi.
Olfir nver rMr.rlr"r' fnr ,."
Tlenh'.?i? v. ?
JAY TUTTLlt M 1'. ,
r'l 1 YcilCl AN. SURGEON. AN I'
MICOUCHEUR.
Office. Rooms nd 6. Pythian
Bulldlnir. Hours, 10 to 13 and ii to
5. Residence, 639. Crdar strr-ft
DOCTOR ALFHKD KINNEY.
OFFICE AT HIS RESIDENCE.
May be found In his otttee until II
o'clock mornings, from 12 noon until i
p. m., and from i until 7:30 evenings.
W. M. LaForce. S. B. Smith.
LaFORCE & SMITH,
ATTORNEYS-AT-YAW,
385 Commercial street.
J. Q. A. BOWLBY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
AT LAV.
Office t5h Second Hnvcl. Aaloria. o.
J. N. Dolph. Richard NLicuu
Chester V. Dolph.
DOLPH. NIXON & DOLPH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Portland, Oregon, 24, 25, 20, and 27,
Hamilton BulldliiK. All legal and col
lection business promptly attended to.
Claims against the government a spe
cialty. SOCIETY MEETINGS.
TEMPLE LODGE NO. 7, A. F. and
A. M. Regular communications held
on the first and third Tuesday evening
of each month.
W. G. HOWELL. W, M.
E. C. HOLDEN. Stary.
MiSCELLANEOT-f!
WHEN IN PORTLAND---Call '.n
Handley ft Haas, 160 First street, and
get the Daily Astornn. Visitors nwrt
not miss their mornlnn rper
there.
WIN'KH AM) MUANDIES -Vf. Wn.
fandel wine Instead of coffee or Ib
Fifty cents per gallon. Don't forget
peach and apricot brandy. Also French
Cngnao and wine t Alex Gilbert'
V. ALLEN,
DEALER IN
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies.
Cor. Ctsi tud Squemoque StreeU. Astoria, Or
S. H. WILLETT,
PLUMBING,
Gas and Steam Fitting)
Hot Air, Steam and
Water Heatlnj;.-
179 Twelfth street. Astoria, Or.
FREEMAN & HOLMES.
Blacksmiths.
Special attention paid to steamboat re
pairing, first-class horseshoeing, etc.
OGCWG CAIHP WOHK A SPECIALTY
187 Olney street, between Third and
and Fourth Astoria. Or.
1
, bUCKLEN S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve In the world foi CutB,
Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Kheum,
Fever Sores. Tetter. Chapped Hands,
Chilblains. Con.s. and All Bkln Erup
tions, and positively cures Mies, or no
pay required. It Is guarantee to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refunds!.
Price, 25 cento per box. Fir sslo by
Chas. Rogers. Odd Fellows' building.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castoria.
A GREAT riEDlG
H 4 cam 3
Cod-liver Oil is useful
beyond any praise it lias
ever won, and yet few are
willing or can take it in
its natural state. Scott's
Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil
is not offensive; it is al
most palatable.
Children like it. It is
Cod-liver Oil made more
effectual, and combined
with the Hypophosphites
its strengthening and
flesh-forming powers are
largely increased.
ScoltiBowna,N.Y. Ai! Dfuj -k'.z. t'-s. a -i .

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