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TIUS DAILY AOTtfAN, ASTORIA, . W MOiWfISp, XamMfiEB 8, 1895.
for Infants and Children. MOTHERS, Do You Know that Paregoric, I T 1 Bateman'i Drops, Godfrey' Cordial, many wxalled Soothing Syrups, and most remedies for clilldrea are composed of opium or morphine? Ho Yon Know tliat opium and morphine ore stupefying narcotic poisons? Io Yon Know that in most countries druggists are not permitted to sell narcotics without labeling tbem poisons? Po 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 ? Po Yon Know that Castorla Is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of its ingredients is published with every bottle ? Wo Yon Know that Castorla Is the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuel Pitcher. That it has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castorla is now told than of all other remedies for children combined ? Po 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 the word " Castorla " and its formula, and that to imitate them is a state prison offense? Po Yon Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection was because Castorla had been proven to be absolutely harmless ? Po Von Know that 33 average doses of Castorla are furnished for 35 cents, or one cent a dose? Po Yon Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your children nuy be kept well, and that yon may have unbroken rest ? Well, tngwe things are worth knowing. They are facta. The fac-slmile signature of Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. FOR TiiiiiflmooK, NEHALEM COAST POINTS OTHHR STEAHERS r. p. elore; AUGUSTA. Sailing dates to and from Tillamook and Nehalem depend on the weather. For freight and passenger rates apply to ELMORE, SANBORN & CO., Agents. O. k & N. CO., Utter meals! Or nl any other time when ynu with a good oiKr Hull for the well kii"Wt, home-mado, linnd miide, white labor ciynr "La Belle Astoria." Conceded bv hII smokers to b the' best citfur nianufitotnred. W. F. SCHIEBE, 71 H'mfy Street, Astoria, Oregon. EVERY REQUISITE FOR : First Class Funerals : AT POtfli'S Undertaking Parlors, THIRD STREET. Rat, RMonoie Embalming s Specltltv "THE MILWAUKEE." The only railroad Ughting its trains by electricity. . Toe only railroad using the celebrated dectne berth reading taovp. The coaches now running on "The Mil waukee" are Palaces on Wheels. On ail its through lines, the Chicago, iniwaukre and St. Paul Railway runs the most perfectly equipped trains of Sleep ing. Parlor, and VlrAng Cars and Coaches. 'or lowest ai to any pa In the United tfl-ites and Canada, apply to ticket -orents, or address C. J. EDDY, General Agtnt Portland, Or ego a. Is on every wrapper. Alili Open por Special Charter. Azena, Portland. "A TALENTED EDITOR." Gentlemen: I had occasion to uw several boxes of Krause's Headache Capsules while traveling to Chicago to attend the National Democratic Con ..Anin Tha, ootwt lilrA a. phnrm In preventing heaaaches and dizziness. Have had very little headache since my return, which is remaraaDie. Tours, resoectfuliv JOHN U. SHAFFER, va Rpnovo fPa.1 Record. For .sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria, Or., sole agent. FOARD & STOpS CO. DEALERS IN Picnic Canned Goods, Tents, Camp Stoves, Camp Cooking Utensils, Baskets, And the latest All-Wool Sleeping Bags At all prices. Just the thing for camp ers, prospectors, etc Sure to keep warm at nights. Better than blankets. Him 0 la A T .MtlsinlMWM ITamtJ lur vuhuiiuum, Gtwt, flr sfttorrhra. I charge, or or to!Usin.v . xur rat in sills wrapper -bj II . or I bottlM, SJ.74. m CircaUr ssot m runxt Tide Table for November, 1895. uion WATca. LOW WATER. UATE. A. M. P. H, h in II. I'll. in fl h.ni I ft.llh m I ft Friday.... 1 0i; (i u 1 '-'I 11 W82 6 00 2 2 6 2825 &-; 7 7 W'2 0 8 02 8 I 8 41 3 8! 9 80 8 6 6 04 0 0 Bntunlav.. i! 12 2 ') 8 0 12 &r,8 7 700 7 48 8 20 UNDAY . 8 -03 Monday. 4 1 80 8 8 -0 5 Tueaduv .. 6 2 4S 2 asS 8 251 86 84 '88 4 S.1 7 8, 9 01 4)6 -0 3 On 06 S3 26 10 07 -0 .0 9 Wedn'Hd'y fi 9 50 10 40 Thureday.. 7 Friday K Saturday.. 9 4i. b an 6 M 10 8513 1141 5 4817 4 7 1.5:7 1 11 5i3 7 0 4510 9 14!l 3 2 50'l6 i i WUriDAY. Hi 7 17 Monday. ...li 8 8 2417 0 22s 834 4X2 6 25 613 Tuesday.. A2 0I 9 80,7 3 Wedn'ml'v l;i B-2 10 417 6 8 48 1 7i Thursday .14 Friday ....15 Saturday.. Jt bUNDAY . 17 10 3li 11 407 7 4 41 19 11 2S 0 8.1 1 v:t 6 27 2 2 12 0519 3 612 2 5 7 01 J8 -14 -11 12 10 9 I 6 65,2 8 7 as 81 7 48 8 9 181 10 01 Monday .. is Tuesday . . ly '211 UI S Mi 1 8193 2 1.V8 9 8 00 8 4 8 60 7 7 4 42 7 1 5 42i6 4 6S0!0 8ll(t8 9 0HI9 0, 8 253 41 OS .0 2 .0 4 1 1 87 33 29 24 17 t 1 04 01 Wcduwl'v IS H 0 10 123 li 11 18 3 9 0 30 I 6 Thursday .21 4 40 10 61 ITiuuy.... & 6!li it lUi 1140 12 ai 138 240 Haturdny. 2J 7 05 7 60 Mo div . i! 121 2 Tuesday 8 HI 2 l:!'2 4 30N27 8 8V Wedn'd'27 918 7 6 10 OH 61 4 IkJ Thursday .m BBH7 9i 10 3.r81 11 10 8 5 11 at 6 8 356:2 9 6 00 rn. a ai 11 52 0 6 4J3 2 6 371 615 aim dy.. SO 618,3 3! SfllPPlflGDAYBYDAY Iflarlne Patters, Hew. There and Every oihere. Tttio Signal win be down from Portland thto mwning. The Ifanlan will not leave out for Slu- a".a.v before tomorrow. The Brlolsh baric Eari of Zetland was towed down titie river yesterday from Portland fully laden. Word was -brought down by the Man- santta last night that the Colunblne wiould arrive here from Puget Sound to morrow afternoon. The State of California arrived in from San Francisco yescerday morning and after discharging 40 tono of cargo proceed. ed up the river to Portland. The Manzanlta. arrive! in from Mie Nor thern supply end inspection cruise losit night after an absence of some week among the various Pugret Sound stations. The Potter did not leave Portland till 11 o'clock yesterVSay morning, and as a re sult wan several hours late In arriving at this city. Sh9,was laden down deep with a largo cargo of miscellaneous freight. The Herald mira: "The run of ealmon on Idie Coquille continues ligtht and many aire Mie explanations for there being eo email a cuitdh this season. The blasting at the moilth of tlhe river, the dumping of dye water Into tlhe river from the woolen mill and a lack of rain are at tributed to have been the cause." The Call eayaj "The alea-ner Truckee, W.i'lda, wlch the steaimer A'.lee Blandhard. has been waiting a (successful war with tihe old lines running to Portland ard Hhe Puget sound ports, has fceeen sold. Thla, unC'ese a vessel (haa been procured to taike her place, mea,na an upward rus-h of frelgiht .and passenger rates to these plaices." There to considerable surprise- manifes't- ed by revemoia cutter officers regarding tihe reported charges preferred agmrnst CaDtain Healy, of the cutter Bear. The gallant revenue service officer Siaa many frlonda on tihe Pacific coast 'wno do not believe he Is guilty of any conduct other itihan that becoming an officer and a gent lemon. The Japan TVeekly Gazette of Sebtem- ber 28tlh says: Mesn. Ey'ton & Pratt offered for sale 1y auction on Monday afternoon 7,500 bac;s of flour ea-damaged, saiVvod From tlhe O. & O. S. S. Belglc. The flour wiais sold to a Japanese at 73 cents a "bag, which Is considered a very good price. We uwderataind that part of the flour landed Is not damaged, ana tnis will be sold latter. The Issue of the paper of October 6th atatea at a lalter auction 4,800 bags of flour salved from ttie Belglc fetctod 72 cents a tag. Aidvlees received In San Francisco from Japan by the steamer Pu report tihiat the American ttilp W. C. Macs is aenore a few miles from where the Belglc strand ed. The Macy was run down by the BrJt'Wh Ship Is!s 8he ihas slxiteen feet of 'Water tn her hold, but it is expected that she iwill toe cleared and floated. The Rp!bIc did not flot off any too oon. The big steamer Jiad hardly been towed oft the beadh and toward port wnen a gaie sdrang up. 'Several hours after the steamer was In hairbor It t!ew a hurri came, and had the vessel remained In her exposed position she would surely have proved a total loss. The steam whaler Thrasher, 1n com mand of Captain Tllden, arrived yester day, after a voyage of twentv-on days, from the Arctic with 100 barrels of oil amd 2.100 pounds of wihlaiK'bone. ne re ported that coming down what Is known as the Washington passage out of the Arctic ocean many whales were seen, but the near Ice Was so thick Wat it wouud havo been too dangerous an under taking to lower boats and attempt n caTtture. Oaiptaln Tl'den corroborate.! the statement male by the officers of the 'Whaler Rosarlo, wihleth arrived Sat- trclay, that the wlnt.r had t In unusu ally early th!a year in tme norui. -- Chronicle. The Oomimerclal News paye: "The Ross-ffiilre, a handsome orndl powerful four-masted Ship which M now oi t.m way to thto pot. was hit hard In n west erly gale recently while iraklng the 'Syd ney harbor. She was under kim'.I eails at tlhe time, lower topflalls and storm sranker. but was thrown clean over on her beam ends, and lay lee rail under w'ater. It was a critical moment, with unis wasMnr even-thing movable about the decks. fl?idJmr "he a1n'-n and tl"d- Irwr '..n way 'down a..t. T;a cargo fh'ft ed and It w-o some time before the ship was rktrted. TSy smnrt handling by the milter, bis officers and crew, she came out of her difficulties without serious daimage." "Trp schooner Una, remark the Journal of Commerce, which has been fitted out for the Central American tmde. eaMed last eaturtJay for the south, with Captain Melvan, the clashing sealing skipper who deified the whole United States patrol fleet In Bering sea a few years ago. In comiritatid. It Is reported tnrt he goes to Mazatlan to bring back the schemer Star of Freedom. As the schooner edhooner swung out from Main street wharf a berated pawsenger arrived on the dock. He flung h's grip and bundles aboarcJ, and Captain McLean In attempt ing to oath them fell overboard. Tie bold seaman was fished out of the bay, but bis remarks over the accident are e-AoIng yet around the water front, The O. R. and N. steamer Asloun ar rived from Hongkong via Victoria, B. C. yesterday morning. She had on board 600 tons of general Chinese merchandise consisting prlnclually of tea, and wa In part ballast, drawing M feet of water. As oon as she came to an anchor In the stream. Dr. J. A. Fulton, state health officer, boarded her and examined her puwrtKeir. forty-nine In number. All were found free from dle. of any kind. nit on aswtalnin (hut no d'nlnfectlng had been done In Victoria, Dr. Fulton de cided to detain the veel here for two Viun and fumigate the baggage. Every' thing was placed is the middle bunkers of the steamer and sulphur was burnt for four houra, with a'.l the hatches closed tight. They will not be opened until the Aslonn gets to Portland this morning. Although there was hurdy any chance ot danger. It was tihougW: better to be on too eafo side, and the eapraln, Instead ot making any objections to the delay, as trtsted In the operation all he could. The Asloun has four cabin pasoengers, one toeing the son -of Collector Black, of Port land. He Is returning iroin a nonoiay trip In OMna. TOere are 3 Chinamen, and 42 Japs who were taken aboard at Kobe. News iwas received from the Merchants' Exchange thKs afternoon of the wreck and total Ions of the Brltlitfi steamer Inchulva on Santa Maria island, Chile. The steamer was bound from Cardiff to Acapulco, Mexico, with (a general cargo. None of the cargo will toa saved. No mention Is made of the vessel's crew. Santa Maria lsCnd Is a the entrance to Aranco bay, thirty .miles southwest of Conception. It is a dangerous place for iftlps. In 1835 Its eurface was raised by an earthquake' several feet, amd the Island Is surrounded with Jagged volcanic rocks. The Incihulva was commanded by Captain J. R. Baker. She was a vessel of 2.229 tons register, 285 feet Jong. 38 feet 1 Inch beam and 26 feet S inches depth of hold. She was built In England In 1S81 and was owned by J. E. Cuth & Co. Examiner. The Call, in the course of a long ar- tlr'e on Pacific const navail affairs, says: "Naval officers characterize the com plaints of the Olympic's sailors as absurd and -untrue. They place no credence In the news sent by one of the dhto's crew to the effect that the men refused to coal elhlp until certain prisoners were released. 'Why, such a thing as a man refusing duty on a wamshlp would not be tolerated for a moment," said one officer this morning. 'Mutiny In the rervlee Is a serious matter, and you can depend up on It that Captain Reade would never put to sea with a mutinous crew. He would have placed every man in Irons and they would be treated as prisoners; When the Olympla was at Monterey the crew complained of the food. Some ot these soreheads are etlll in the chip, and thoy know perfectly well that It was the commamder's duty to prevent fresh fruHa and vegetables coming aboard taunt a cholera-infected port. None other than a stupid fool of a seaman In. competent to ship on a naval vessel would dream of eating vegetables from a plaice where cholera 1 supposed or was supposed to be racing. If firemen In the teervlce cannot work In the Olym pic's boiler rooma, then they had better seek some other vocation, for there Is no better vessel afloat thian the.' No one who is posted puts the slightest stock In the complaints of the lubbers who aire trying to disgrace themselves and their flag by constant and ridiculous appeals o the public." NOTICE TO MARINERS. Cape Piaittcry Fog Signal1. Notice Is 'hereby given that on and after October 30tlh, 1895. on account of scarcity of water, Cape FCttittery Fog-Sigvan r w(11 bOow but once In five minutes until ihe rainy season sets in, excepting when hearing a vesel whistle or horn, then the fog-signnll will blow regularly until vessel Is passed. This notice affects the List of LlRh't and Fog-Signals, Pacific Coast, 1895, Paw 22, No. 989, and- the List of Beacons and Buoys, Pacific Coast, 1894, Page 43. By ordier of the I.ltht-Housa Board. O. W. FA11ENHOLT, nwM-nn.. XT a XT Inspector 13th L. H. District. WOMAN-HOOD Has its Pierce's own special meUiiclne In Dr. Favorite Prescription. And every woman who is run down or over worked, every woman who suffers from any "feima'e complaint" or weakneFs, needs that remedy. With It every dis turbance, Irregularity and derangement can be pemmanenitly oured. It'9 an Invigorating, rertoinatlve tonic, a soothing, and strengthening nervine, and the "only" medicine for women which once used, Is always In favor. In periodical pains, displacements, weak back, bearing-down sensations and every kindred ailment, it la specific. Dr. Pierce's PeUets cure const.'pat'on, liver Ills, indigestion, dyspepsia, piles and headaches. WHAT THE ORGAN-GRINDER DID. A Western paper tells itha following as a true story: Am organ-grinder stopped to ptay 1n front of a tenement house. A number of children gathered to hear him. Presently a group of larger boys gathered. There wia snow on the ground. One of the larger boys said: "See me knock his hat off." He picked up a handful of snaw and threw It at the organ-grinder's h'at. The snowball struck the hat and knocked It In the gutter. The organ-grinder picked It up, bmisfhied It off, straightened out the crown and put 1t on his head. Then he turned to the big boys and said, "Now I will play you a tune to m'ake you merry," and with a bow he beg-an play ing a gay tune. The big boys slunk away, ashamed. The- little children dianced gaily to the merry tune, but when they looked In the organ-grinder's face they Fhawed that he had given them a new thought. 8ay, why don't you try DeWltt's Little Karly Rimers? These little nllls cure headache, Indigestion and constipation, i-neyre small, but do the work. Chas. Rogers. LeJtty Leftover (coyly) I have only seen twenty summers. Sally Slydlg Is that eo? Why don't you consult an oculist? Cincinnati Enquirer. BUCKLBN'8 ARNICA SALVE. The best salve In the world foi Cuts. Bruises. Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum. ever Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands. hllblalns. Con.s. and All Skin Erup tions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It ts guaranteed to give pi-rrect satisfaction, or money refunded. rnee, Zb cents Per box. For sale by 'nas. Kogers. oarj Follows' building. Traveled Quest (meaningly) In Europe the custom of tipping tvas been reduced to a system one-twentlei(h ef the b'H Thus a $1 check entitles the waiter to 6 cents. Walter Yea, eah. But In this rand o' liberty, sah, every ge'man feels free to gub a quarter, sah. New York Weekly. SHILOH'S CURB! la sold on a gvar- ntee. It cures Incipient consumption. t Is the best Cough Cure. Only one ent a dose. 25 cents. 50 cts., and ir.00. For Sale by J. W. Conn. "No, Willy, dear," said mamma, "no more cakes tonlfci.nt. Don't you know you cannot sleep on a full stomach V "Well," replied Willy, "I can sleep on my iBack. ' Harper's Round Table. The U. S. Gov't Reports abow Royal Baking Powder snperlor to all others. Maud I tell you. Cousin Sophy's baby is a girl) Constance And I tell you It's a boy 1 Algernon Don't be stupid, b h of you; nobody know what It's going to be; It isn't christened yet. The New Budget. ' A HOUSEHOLD TREASURE. D. W. Fuller, ot CnJoMrle, N. T., says that b always keeps Dr. King's New Discovery m the house and his fam ily has always found the very bt re sults follow Its use; that lie would on be wi'hout it. If procurable. O. A. Dyk--man, Drurrlst, Catsklll, N. T., says that Dr. Kinc's Nenr Discovery Is undoubtedly the best cough remedy; that he has used It In hi family for eiarht yews and that It has never failed to do all that Is claimed for ft. Why not try a remedy so leng tried and tested. Trial bottles frca nt Chas. Rogers' drug store. Regular size 50c. and 1. It la a truth In medicine that the small est dose that performs a cure Is the best. Dewltt's Little Early Risers are the smallest pills, will perform a cure, and are Che best. Chas. Rogers. Penhiapa the new woman Is responsible for tie fading off 'In marriages In Eng land. For the flint Quarter of this year only 10.6 persona in 1,000 mprrled, which Is the lowest rate on record. San Fran cisco Argonaut. All the paten: medicines advertised In this paper, together with the cholc ?nt perfumery, and toilet articles, etc.. .id In- bought st (no iowent prices at f. W. Conr.'" drur store, opposite Oo iriwi H'liei A. torla. A little girl In a Pennsylvania town, in saying her prayers the other night, was told to pray for her father and motlher. who were both veiry 111, and for one ot the servant, .who had lost her husband. She faithfully did as ehe was bold, and then, Impressed w'llh the dreary condition of thing, added on her own account: "And now, oh God, take good care of Yourself, for if anything should happen to You we tftould all go to pieces. Amen." KARL'S CfcOVER ROOT will purify your blood, clear your complexion, reg ulate your Bowels, and make your head clear as a bell. 25 eta., 60 cts., and J1.00. 4old by J. W. Conn. The AMlson boom verdures to open a gun or two on two ouileldo Iowa. Detroit Tribune, The hearing properties of DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve are well known. It cures eczema, skin affections, and is sim ply a perfect remedy for piles. Chas. Rogers. President Cleveland's third term boom is ddlll in the hlamda of his enemies. Nnw York Press. There are many good reasons why you should use One Minute Cough Cure. There are no reasons why you should not, if in need of help. The only harmless remedy that produces immediate results. Chas. Rogers. Governors Culberson and Clarke may be BimpOy sparring for a vlco prestJentlal opening. Cincinnati Tribune. ROYAL Baking Powder. Highest ot all In leavening Strength. V. S. aovarnmeot Report Visiter You must have a mighty queer boai'di oif works here. This Is the first tcan I ever eaw where the streets are so mutti smoother than the sidewalks. CMIzen We got to keep the sidewalks rough, iMend, to keep the bleyelo fiends from running over our children. Indl amapoDls Journal. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castona Davtid B. Hill says he "points with pt'tde." He will "view wKh alarm' adder tltoo rciiurna vome In. Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. the doctors approve of 5cott's Emulsion. For whom ? For men and women who are weak, when they should be strong ; for babies and children who are thin, when they should be fat ; for all who get no nourish ment from their food. Poor blood is starved blood. Con sumption and Scrofula never come without this starvation. And nothing is better1 for starved blood than cod-liver oil. Scott's Emulsion is cod-liver oil with the fish-fat taste taken out. Two sizes, 50 cents and f 1,00 SCOTT X BOWNE, New York W Willi praen f Fry everything from potato 1 chips to doughnuts in Cotto- lene. rut couoiene in a cow ipan heat it slowly until it will delicately brown a bit of I bread in half a minute, llien put in your food. It will pay you to try Cottolene just this 4 way see how delicious and Wholesome it makes the food. i (let the gennlne, sold verywhers In one, f three, and flv pound tins, with traUS fe mrs "CotMene" and ilerr't hcud in cot fe Um-piunt vnrmlh-on !7 "n f, THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. St .Louis, 9l lark. jvlOSIC tfRhh. At K RATI NO & CO will opon theli Music Hall at W Atr Uroct, w w Saturday the imh. They will www keep numberless gool lliuors and cigars besides baring good music all the time. A GOOD WORD. Mr. J. J. Keil. Shanxiburg, Pa. Dear Sir I am glad to say a good irord for Krause's Headache Capsules, After suffering for over three years with acute neuralgia and its consequent Insomnia (which seemed to baffle the efforts of some of our best physicians) you suggested this remedy which gave me almost Instant relief. Words fall (..- express the praise I should like to In stow on Krause's Headache Capsules. Gratefully lours, MRS. E. R. HOLMES, Montrose. Pa. jfcv to I irr" fin t - THE BEST PIPE TOBACCO. I872 1895 Brothers, Sell ASTORIA, Lubricating OILS A Specialty. Ship Chandelery, Hardware, Iron & Steel, Coal, Groceries & Provisions, Flour & Mill Feed, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Loggers Supplies, Fairbank's Scales, Doors tfc Windows, Agricultural Implements Wagons & Vehicles. E. flcNEIL, Receiver. rrr Gives Clioioe of Jmo Transcontinental Via Via Ogden, Denver Spokane and and Omaha or St. Paul. St. Paul. Pullman and Tourist Sleeper Free Reclining Chairs Car, Astoria to San Francisco. OoC'untbla, Tuesday, Nov. 6. Stajto of California, Sunday, Nov. 10. Ooluimibta, Friday, Nov. 15. State, Wedmesdny, Nov. 20. ColumMa, Monday, Nov. 25. State, Sttiliurda.y, Nov. 80. Ooftumtria, Thuirsday, Dec. 6. Astoria and Portlnd Steamers. The T. J. Potter will leave Astoria at 7 p. m. dally, except Bundiy; leave Port land at 7 a. m. daily, except Sunday, The Steamer Lurtlne will leave Antoria at 6:4fi a. m. daily, except Sunday; leave Portland at 8 p. m. dally, except Satur day. . For rates and general Information call on or address a. w, ijoUNSbioiiKX. Agenlt. W. H. HTJHLBURT, Gen. Pas. Agt., Portland, ur Are You Going East? Be sure and see that your ticket reads via THE NORTH-WESTERN LINE. CHICAGO, ST. PAUIv, MINNEAPOLIS and OMAHA RAILWAYS. This la the GltEAT SHORT LINE Between DULUTH, ST. PAUL, CHICAGO Ami all Points East and South. Their Magnificent Track, Peerless Ves- Ubuled Dining ana Sleeping vur Trains and Mottu: "ALWAYS ON TIME " Have given thla road a national repute- tlon. All classes of passengers carried on the vestlbuled trains without extra .1 . Olifn wt,ifl traiirht mnA trftVAl over thla famous line. All agents nave ticket. or if URtn. V. C. RAVACjm. Gen. Agent Tray. F. and P. Agt 14 Washington St.. f ortiana. ur. Mrs. T. B. FiawKlns. Chsttsnoora. Tenn,. says, "Shllor's Vltallxer SAVfTD UT LI !!.' I consider it Ui bent reui dy for a debilitated system I ever used." For Dyspepsia, Liver or Kid nt trouble. It excella. Pilve 7i eta. For Bale by S. JT. Coan. - EL Japanese Bazaar SING IAJNO.Prop. Uhrtet Goods Jqst Heeeivad An excullent sto;k of underwear, hos iery, caps, etc., at extr.imely low prices. 417 Ilond Street, next door to Muuler's Fruit Store. . The Oasis of tiif Colorado desert A Hew ealtb Resort 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 The objections urged against Indio tn the past by the large numbers who otherwise would have been glad to tak advantage of Its beneficial climate, baa been a lack of suitable accommoda tion. The Southern Paclflo Company, takes pleasure In announcing that sev eral Commodious and Comfortable Cottages have Just been erected at India sta tion, that will be rented to applicants at reasonable rates. Tbey are fur nlthed with modern conveniences, sup plied with pure artesian water, and so situated as to gove occupants all the advantages to be derived from a mora or less protracted residence In this de- llffhtful climate. (From the San Francisco Argonaut) "In the heart ef the great desert ot the Colorado which the Southern Pa clfio road traverses there Is an oasia called Indio, which, in our opinion, U the sanitarium of the earth. We be lieve, from personal InvestlgaUon, that for certain Invalids, thee la no spot or mis planet so ravorauie. G. T. Btewart, M, D., writes: "The purity ot the air, and the eternal sun- shine, flit one with wonder and delight. Nature lias accomplished so much that there remains but little for man to do. A to lta possibilities an s health resort, 'here la the most per fect sunshine, with a temperature al ways pleasant, a perfectly dry soil for rain Is an unknown factor; pure oxygen, dense atmosphere and pure water, what more can be desired? It Is the place, above all others, for lung troubles, and a paradlBe for rheu matics. Considering the number of sufferers who bave been cured, I have no hesitancy in recommending this genial oasla as the haven of the afflict ed." INDIO Is 612 miles from SAN FRANCISCO and 130 miles from LOS ANOELES Fare from Loj Angeles .oo For further Information Inquire of any Southern Paclflo Company agent, or address E. P. ROGERS, Asst. Oen. Pass. Agt. S. P. Co. J. B. KIRKLAND, Diet Pass. Agt Cor. First and Alder Sts- Portland. Or. J. A FASTABEND. GENERAL CONTRACTOR, PILE DRIVER, HOUSE, BRIDGE AflO WHARF BUILDER AdJrass, box 180. Postoffice. ASTORIA. OR SEASIDE SflWPiL A complete stock of lumber on band In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rus tle, celling, and all kinds of finish: mouldings and shingles; also bracket work done to order. Terms reasonable and prices at bedrock. AU orders promptly attended to. Office and yard at mill. "H. L LOO AN, Prop'r leaslrle. Oreron. NOTICE. The Dartnershln hrnfnr iiin. v.. tween C. J. Oreenlund and Anton Brix florists, Is hereby dissolved by mutual consent, and all debts of the said firm will be paid by C. J. Oreenlund and C. G. Palmberg, and all outstanding accounts are due and payable to them. C. J. OREENLUND, ANTON BRIX. KARL'S CLOVER nnrvr v. ....t , uw a . ca, Blood purine.-, gives tresnness and rlearness to thA (mnmfinn Constipation, ?5 cts, 50 cts . 11.00. ror sale by J. w. Conn. INDORSED BT THK PRESS. nntlAmn Tnls Is a 4l. 4k.i nave used Krause's Keadauoe Capsules with ftatlRfaitni-v rwtnlr. t i.....t.t - box which cost me J3. nnd one capsize cureu ma 01 a areaatui sick headache. my wu sna mvseit nave Dotn used thn vnAdtplnea mn nnfaof w 1 .. kj y Norman Uobty Mfg Co., and we re commend them to tha publlo as Doing jjum wuai mey ar representeo. Respectfully, w. 3. HirrcinaoN. Ed. Gazette, Pleasant Hill Vo. Twenty-five cents, for sale by Chaa Rogers, Astoria, Or., sole aynnts. Cmpmin feweeney, U. 8. A Pan Dle Cat, says: "bnuoa's Catarrh rtem-.- Indio H is me u mi meaicne 1 nave ev-r t'ni that would qa me any gsii, i1;! a l Its, Bold ty J. V. Coi.nT I