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TIIK DAILY ASI'ORUN, vSTOtM, M ll'IMllMV MnkNINH, Af'lcICi II, Iv.
Tide Table for April, 1806.
Mill.
Woilllcnillty , , , ,
Tlitirailny
J rl.liiy
Mill unlay
WUNKAV
Muinliiy
Tui'a.lny
WVilncailny , , , ,
'I'll 11 r lajr
KrliUy
Hntiirilny
HUN DAY
Monday
Tuimtny
Wwlimailay , ,,,,
Tlmrmlny
J-riilay
rlatunlny
UN HAY
Monday
Tui.y
W'u.lliiw.liy , , ,
Tliurwlay ......
Krlilay
8attirlsv
HUNIiaV. .. .,.
Monday ...... .
Ttlnnilny
WmluiNNUy, ...
Tlinrlv.
.m at n:i!i makim:.
nic diked l Aloai the Valcr r i 'o
lcilrnUt.
The Columbine. a aim in purl
The arhnimer Annie Urn arrived nl Man
Krmii . Thuradny from Ihln purl
Htraiurr Hoiith t'onat arrived from Port
land yraterdny momma;, nnd In Inking on
luiiilH-r nl lha fintanp Villa
The ahlp I'miulua nailed yeatrrduy for
Honolulu, wln-rv aim will load augur fur
Naw York any.
Tim almmrr llurrtmin arrived In yen.
tmluy mid il.a-ke.l it I Ktuv.i'a wlurf,
win re aha dlaidmrisrd H inn of eon I.
The aihnoner Burprlno yeatrrduy Ola.
charged the remainder of bar cargo uf
autumn, auine 140 hari-tdn, nl Hvr
dork
The I'ntted Hinira tender I.lnroln ar
rived from Portland yratnrdny, Hlio will
make urvny nl I ha muulh of lha river
nil nnr Ilia Jolly. regarding lha bene
flu derived from lha "eloiiewall Into Ida
ee."
Tha Oriental airnmar Mount l.ehenon
arrived down lha rlvar frum Portland
yeelanlay a rut will probably anil today
"ha ban n cargo vnluail nl I7I.TWU for
mervhnnta In Honolulu, Yokohama and
Itiln port.
Tha airnmar (Jueen arrived yaaterday
from Han r"rnnrl wilh n vary targa
iwaacrujrr Hal. Hha brought up Ml fUher
meit. ho ara nmluualy awaiting n eat
liomanl of lha difference between can
tier ami ftahara.
Tha ltlp Tlllla K. Rtnrhurk laft up lha
rlvar yeaierdny In low of lha o-klahn
mn While rounding Tongue Point aha
ran aground. Aa tha wind wn romlnf
from tha right dlracllnn--weal nor'weat
aha (lha ahlp) hant a few yardn of ran
vnaa. nnd. with tha alaamar lugging
nwny nt tha hawaer. tha veaael gut off.
Have 10 ariid tha dredger ImM down thla
way lirfora lung.
It may nut I generally known, aaya
lha Marina Journal, thai every Krenoh
veer la required 10 rnrry n rnt na one
of tha era Tha rrftianl of n atoarftgn
aurvryur lu grant n rlattn rerlinrnte In
lha rnae uf tntga of grain holts! Iiy ruin,
on tha pirn thai lha nwnara had fnllrd to
Include n rnt In lha ahlp'a rotnpnny, mny
aonn rrinnrknhle. Thla rafoanl, howavrr,
la alrh llv In nordnma wlih l-'raiwh law.
nnd prnrllrr, nn.l nn Inatuni'a of lha
kind ofiurrrd In n Krrnrh port n fr
daa alrii-f.
Mr J llnnlhnm'a naw gnaullna
Iniiiirh. tha flauda II. Ilantnhrn. nrrlvi'd
ynalrrlay frum rWallla. In rhnrga of n.
T Knglahrat'hl. mnnngar uf lha KaiiUti
Iiual niut ltunah lliill.llng t'nmpnny. nt
vhiw yard lha lllllr launch wnn hullt.
nndrr lha uwrMlon of Mr. Kitrflabrvchl. I
Tha launch mda lha run from Nrah
Imy to thin port In aavanlaan houra, da
Valuplng n aa-rd of nlauil right knola In i
rough wntar, which la ax'rllrnt tlm for
n guaollna yacht. Il la ronfldanlly r-
Mctail aha will mnka twalva mllaa on tha
rlvar Tha llnnlohrn'n dlmanalona nra! j
Urrnli. l faal: hriim, II frat t Inchaa; i
drplh Of hold. B fart. Hll la auppllrd with
n ttVhoraa pnwar t'nlon gua angina, nnd
la built on lln- which glva har nn ai
rallanl carrying capnclly. na wall na
a pci I ll,r frama la of oak. ind alia
real ll.f-n Hha will I Hard nl n ran
lirry trmlar, but hn pnagangar ncitmnio- '
dnllona. Mr. Clnudc Hnnthorn. In whoaa
honor lha launch n named, will com- !
lunml her, nnd no doubt will have noma
IhliiK to any In tha naohihn litunch nice .
In Ilia Augual rcsatln. j
Tha aicumahlp City of Pnrn. which hag
been trnnafcrri'd frum lha Allnnllc to tln
1'ttclllo H.H-1 uf lha I'liclllo Mull Hlmm
ahlp Comimny. la due here tomorrow, '
nnd aha will be followed In n faw wm-kn
by the ateiininhlit I'olumblo, which In
Hlro to como through lha Hirnlta of Mu- ;
Kclhin to Join Iho coiuiHiiiy a tumlron
on thla aeiitiounl. Tin y are holh to go 1
on Hie I'linama roule. one lo r,pluce the :
culandla, chinii rHl i lew muntha iiko ;
from the ticmnlc Hlcmiialilii I'oiupiiny, ;
nnd iho other an oildllluiiiil vennel to i
the line, aimed In liuprutv the aervlco.
They will be the btrgent veaela on the
line, nnd th. lr ndvenl nmrkn nn apoch I
In tho hlaloiy of Ihclr gervl-o. Their I
cninluir lo I he I'aclilc I" norl of murine j
family reunion, fur the 1'ar.t In a alatcr i
ahlp of the lllo do Janeiro and the Co j
hiiiililn, twin uf ilia l'eru. The flty ,
uf I'urii Ik brliiKlng " general Nirn.i or
frelghl from the Koxt, nnd left Newport
New a on January 8fttl'. Him I'wno thruimh
I he Htnilia of Magellan nnd the next
heanl of har w-nn at I'aiiamn, from whleh
url all." nailed for Hall I'Vnnclneo on
March anii. No itdvkvn nn to her -perlcncei
at e III Iho two ooennn havo
been received, I tit It la prcnuiiied tlmt
he came through In perfect imfoty, na
nhn In n nlrong neu boat, Making dun
allowance for Iho run to I'nnima, aha
nhould itrrlvn hero tomorrow. l'repuru
tlona uro nlrondy being rnndo by the
local repreaenlallvcn or the lirm to dln
pntch her for I'nnamn again on Hnttir
dny, April IH. nfter whloh llmo nhn will
takn her regular pinna In tho achndiilo.
Hho will llll tha place of tha Zealamllu
at one, and tha luttor will go buck to
tha Oceania fltanmahlp Company, per
hnpa to return to har anehornga, which
aha left for tha flrnt tlma In yeara to
lako tha now expiring charter. The
l'arn la a nplendld ahlp. Her cllmen
alonn Mi feel, M foet benm and 19.9 feet
depth aro precisely thoao of the Wo do
Janeiro, nnd whlla liar tonnage In 8,633,
that of the Rio In 1,548. It haa alwaya
been aald Ihnt only their cnplalna run tell
them apart, nnd tlmt bocauno tho only
If you want
t ure relief for
limbs, use an
Allcock's
Bbar in Mind Not one of the host of counterfeltt and imita
tion la aa good aa the genuine.
sjrvx2srVaNcrN2aNGS!J?JJ
Illllll WATkll.
I.IIW WVfKH.
A, M. I'. M, A, M. i I', M.
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' .i 4 iM Kir ft nu I ft. 7 ii : 0.1 n 1.1 n,
14 ft IH H.l i 7 21 ft. 7 II 'i i.a
A II 27. 7 il H 44 ! ft II II 4ft II U I ft I II ft
II 7 4 1 7.11 i II 41 i II 4 2 '41 II. N II ll II II
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U 111 t,2 1.2 ' II HO 7ft: A 17 Ml ft IS I.I
10 II lift 7.1 ft ."ill I ft ft 2
11 ii mi 7.7 : o 14 7,:t 1 n-A 1.1 h .1 14
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I 14 1 1(1 H.4 if Ml II H 7 AO II 8 . 7 HI 2 II
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in a 17 H.ai aaa 0.4 h&7 0.1 m aa a 7
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ih h ma H.a ft nn 11. u, 10 aft 0. a in 01 .14
iu 4 a? 7,ti 1111 nn, 11 '.7 04 11 lata a
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ai 11 47 7.4 h 2i n ft 11 47 .1 11 1 47 0 7
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:m 1 :ift u.4 a 4h 7 ft h .; I. ft h ai a 4
"ii a in u.a .14.' 7.1 11 ift l.a u oh w.h
1 I 1
Valium e In them la In Iho Ind. lam on tba
bridge, thai on oui I, lug In fruitt uf the
bridge ntld that on the other laing be
hlml It Tlley Were built aide by. alila
111 ill by John Ituniii fur tlm lirnxilluu
alealnahlp line, and When 1 1 wit ehlerprUe
railed .ar.l lo lha I'Miill.' Mali Hlenm
ahlp rmupiiiy. Tha I'ara haa Ihmii run.
mug ftutti New Yuik tu I'oluti, Imii when
i I'niiHc Mall nnd I'nnatnn Hallway I'ntii'
i paiiy reached Ihelr recent agreeiueiit her
J occiiialluu wan gone. Hhe la In excel
lent condition, and can ui kly ! put in
; ahapa lo ik her plai n on the run The
i etraniahtp I'nliimbla la n new vraael, nnd
1 wnn Inuiicbrd In lmi Hha wua hull! at
; theier, 011 tit name linen na lha l'eru,
j fur tha Mall t'onipuny'n arnica laiwren
1 New Vnrk and t'ul.ui Iter tuuimge In
. S.ill?, hr b ngth XX leet, her benm 4! nn.
1 her drpth Ti .V Hhe la un excellent car
rier nnd bna apleinlid nccunimo,lu',lona,
nnd will la a moat credit able ail. Ill Ion lo
lha ve.,ia which gu fnrth frum here
aftrr lha trnde uf tha wrat. Aa an of
mial of lb" lumpuuy axplnlnnl vaaler
day, aha wnn needed lo glva -.ha Una
j rapacity lo lake I ara of lha ln rraacil
bunlnran offering -M r (Tironl-ie.
IIKIIIKUT III II.DINI1H
Kxehniuia.
II la Inlernallng lo nota lha leapactlve
halghta of world renowned bulldlngn, and
to learn how Amerlcn'n oomparn In
height with thoaa of other countrbn
TI10 water worka tower at Kdan 1'nrk.
finiinnnll, Ohio, la Amnrlca'a tnlleat
airueturn. Iiy adding .ha height of tha
lavnlor nhnft to thnt of tha floor of tha
lower, wlilch In la fret nlva tha C-hlo
rlvar, wt hnva tha lo'nl height cf t
faat.
New York hoaatn of tha hlghrat office
bulldlnga In tha world, tha Mnnhnttnn
Ufa Inaurnne t'nmpnny'a. Tha foundn
tlona of thla building, for which tha can
tilever ayatrm wnn lined, conalnl of fif
teen mnaonry plera, cnnled I y alaal
rnlaaona of the name number, aink to
tndrtu-k by a tineumnllo pHHaaa. The
fouralntlonn ranch down to Iwoniy feet
balow llda wnlar level, and are flfly
Ihrer fert Imlow the nldewnlk anil XT
feel nlaiva, mnklna: a tolnl uf o feat.
Tha Wnahlnglnn monument In f-rt
In height, nnd lha I'hllmlelphln publlc
hulldlug la U7 faat
Tlie loftleal brick chimney In the world
wan completed In the year 13 at I'nrt
lundaa. Ulnagow. hVollnnd. It la 4M
feri In bright, ami. naide from Un trial
alia, la a rare arclmrn of nkllftil
mnaonry.
The Imprriat foundry nt ilnlaliruke.
near Krbiirrg. In Baxony. hnn 'he high
eat metal chimney In lha world. Thin
chimney In on lha rlghl bank of lha
Mulde, whlla tha worka are . laced on
the left hank of lha river. Tha gaam
frum lha furnnce pnan through n pipe,
CT7 feet In length, thenra jvar n bridge
to the t-hlmney ncroaa Ilia ilver. The
chlmn.y Itarlf In nt nn rlrvntl.m of 119
f.t.
) AI A VAfll R 1PEA.
Kxchnnge
In one of the big ntnrva tha other after
noon a aloop-ahouldered man with a
failed brown heard wua clawing over the
hila nnd trying I ti.-iti on, one nfter an
other, without appearing to nnd any
thing to fit Mill
'What nlxe nre you looking for!"
naked one of tha naleamen.
What nUe" he anlit. "So.ncthln 1
kin wror. I reckon."
"Of eonrnr, hut what'n your numhi'r?"
"You don't numlirr n man when he
cnm-n In hen- lo buy n hnt, do youf"
"t'erinlnly not. I mean what'n the
numlier of the "
"Inn't you r'lKiae I'll know when 1
come to a hnt thnt Ola me? 1 ain't no
aprlng chicken, young man. I've bought
hula 'fura thla You go on waltln' on
riintotnern. I'll find what I'm liwkln' fur
nfter a while. I've gut tilcnty uf time."
Hn have I. Time In nothing to me.
I enn ntnnd here nil day nnd watch you
trying on hatn, but It Inn't neoennnry.
If you ran tell nie what nlxe of n hnt
'you wear 1 ran give you half a dnten
of that alxe to try on. II will rave you
anuie trouble and won't be quite no hnrd
on the iiaaortment."
The rualoiner reflected.
"Well, thal'n reitaotiuble," ho aald.
"Voting man, I might in well tell you
the truth. I've clei:t furmil the nlxe hnt
I wear, I never can rememla-r It 1
know 1 wenr a No. 0 fhoe. A No. 9
hal would be nb:uit tho right thing,
wouldn't It?"
TOOK IT KOH A TIP.
j KxchaiiKC.
The HutithouHcx In Kugh.ml are perludl
; cully lulled by the lniei tlng olll -era
j of the Trinity limine Urethral!, whoaa
1 function In lo ace thai everything la In
proper order. On one occulon, while
. examining the tnechanlam of the nion
! nlcr revolving lamp belonging, to 'l llght
I hoime, ono of the gentlemen, winning; to
1 act) how many necomln would elapaa In
completing; n revolution, took n half
oroun piece from hln pocket nnd placed
It nn Iho revolving frame work.
Watch In hand ho patiently walled for
the coin lo como round iigalu where he
wan nlnndlng, but no half-crown ap
peared. Tha noconda lengthened Into
minutes aim no half-crown!
"Htrange!" he exclaimed. "What
Cnn In the meaning of It T"
In order to'nnrertuln the cauae of the
nl range phenomenon, he walked around
to the other aldo of tho lamp, and, In
doing au, encountered one of tho Ught
hnunemen, who touched hln hat and aald
Thank you, air," In an undertone
The mini, aoelng the coin coming to
ward him, hud pocketed It, thinking: It
wan meant for a tlpl
A lltUa III, than a llttla pll. The 111
haa rone, tha pill haa won. DeWltt'a
tdttlo Early Rlaara ara ths little pllla that
curt great Ilia. Chan. Rogers.
paint in the back, aide, cheat, or
Porous
Plaster
IIOW 'I'll lll'.T IKIYH TO OIIJIICH.
Kxerlii" of One of lha Manilla, of
H, Auilrew'H llrolhnrhuml,
AI a recent iih-. iiiik of All Hnlmn' fhnp.
I it, luliliiioru, Ilia nulije'tt fur dlacnaaion
waa "'I hn i nliai a lli.M lead tt boy out of
ehiir.'h and how wn nmy over, .una
llu'tn," It wua opened by lino of Ihn
bnyn wllh n eiper, In which hn mid:
"oua rraaon why boyn ilnu't al'end
church la n belief t lint they cnn ba Jimt
an amid wllliuut gulng. Thin In n mu
lukn, un any ililnklng boy, who alleluia
church regularly, know Ihnt llw boy
who la regular In bin church alien. linen
gnlhern alrenulh l realni wrung, which
lha Imy who la mu under church Indii
anea will (Ind Ijlinarlf entirely without.
ICvery one knowa thai lerniilalloria ara
coming lo un ronainiilly In our every
day Ufa, nnd It In nomnlltne awfully
hard lo realat them, Tha Imy who I
aircugthenrd by the lenrhlnga of lila
Hominy nchonl. the nervlcnn hn nttrnd
nnd the nermnna ha henrn. In fnr lea
likely lo nucciimb than ho who hnn noth
ing lo rely upon but hlmnalf. Another
thing Hint kaepn a grant ninny boy
frum church In nn Men Ihnt ninny pro
pla who do attend do II almply from a
nciiae of duly. They are mlattiknn ngaln.
nnd If they would nllnw themnelvaa to
ba peraiiadrd lo attend they would noon
change ihelr mlmln nnd com to look
upon rhiirch-gulng nn one of the rente. I
privilege. In order thai llroiherhood
Iwiyn may be aiiceeaaful III bringing other
boy to church, limy ahuuld In lha flrnt
place Ik. alwaya on Ihn lookout mul
never let nn opportunity puaa lo una their
good Inltuencra After learning Unit a
buy duea not go to church, they ahuuld
inlelly and wllhnut making any algn nt
Ihelr object become a. .u.ilnli.l with him
and In the coiirne of lime invite hlui lo
cuiiie id Hun, In y achoul or church. if
ha any ha diwa nol core to or woul.l
rnlher lake a walk Ihan all no lung In
n cluiM. ruiiin, nr Unit he hna bad lo wurk
nil Week and wanta aurne recreation, te
him he nitiat cufne an n pcraunul favur,
nnd tell hi in Imw much pleaanrr can he
hud frum an huur kh aia-nt tf ha
huld mil any lunit.-r. Juai tell hint In a
goiabmiiured way Hint be hna got to do
It. I'nll fur hi in half an huur enrll-r.
au Unit he will hnva no el.uae Once
yuu have bmughl him lo church or Hun
day arhuol, Introdiica him to noma Hr
auii whnm yuu knnw will lake nn Inter
e.i In blm and will nlwuyn le. ivinly .i
inert him wllh a hearty hnudahake or
i.. line kind an. I rncoi.ngliuc wur.l A f
fur Ihone who think chur.ii llreaoine, I
lull nnd llllllerreaurt. Invite them to
cmne it:.l niuk them, by noma houk or
crunk, fullow the arrilee, iH-.'omr Int -r-raled
In it nnd fuiuet I here la in end
Thla la aura to have H effect and Ihey
win oa aura to ace la-nutlea In lha aertlea
thil Ihey never nw In-fiirr, when ihey
were wonitrrlng when the long .ind lira.
oma aervlee would end nnd Ihey woull
te aula lo paak to aome friend ncroaa
tha nlala who hat luat got a naw hi-
cycle."
Might nn Well be without money a
1'rlce, thnt la I'rirVa Hakmg I'owdar.
URXV rolt Ht'NDAT,
Thi.ua h wa rat little lleih nnd drink no
wltir,
Yet let' lot merry; we'll havn tea ami
toaaf.
Cualnrita for auppar, ami nn rndlrnn hoal
Of nyllnbub nnd Jelllea and nnnce plea.
And othrr auch Indyllka luxuiir
-Hhelley.
Itrrnkfaal
lobalrr fmirlel.
Ilrolled Hwratbrrada Cullirrl Hnue
Moiled Kgga.
Htrwed I'otnlora.
Vlrlina It.illa
8 1 rnw bar lira.
Coltea.
lUnner.
Oyatrr.
Cream of Chicken nnd Hire.
llndlahen, ollven.
Htewed Trnlai a la Creole.
Chicken Krlccnnaee a In Heine.
Itonal Hprlna IJimb, Mint Hnuce.
tlrern I'ean
Krtixen Tunch.
ttrolleil Kugllah HnlH'.
Ilermuda Onion nnd Cucumber Hnlnd.
lead Cabinet I 'milling Montrona Hnuce.
Camrmbert. Wafer.
Coffee
Supper.
Cold Houat Href. Muatard Hauce.
Hot I'arkir llounn Hull.
Tomntorn nnd Celery Mnyonnalae.
CualnM. Wine Jelly. Whlpied Cream.
Ten.
'I'll hi HOWL KIOHT.
The luteal lilanrncrfiil Hirctncle In Ihe
College Curriculum.
litlaburg Pont.
In the preaenca of n company of WW or
ftw colleglnji of the I'nlvernlty of I'rnn-
nylvnnln nixl their friend. Including nt
lennt n duien ladle, the nnlvenlly nopho-
Itiure and frrnhmeii cUwen lotlny ntrlHvd
each other naked In Ihelr Iter.-ely con
tested annual bowl tight. Two of the
contealiuil were un nude aa on the dny
of their birth, except that each of the
pair nt til wote eltoca. Hut thoy played
or ought on a If nuthlng uminual hud
happened, m il nn If II wrr? July Innlead
of March. At lant one of the feminine
npectatura wua heard lo ejaculate nevernl
llmen "Hhocl-.lng: n ho turned her
head nwny, having concluded that howl
fighting ecllpaod fuolhall Tho right re,
aulte.l in a tie, but Chnrlea H. Hnrrlnon,
Jr.. nun of the unlvi rally provont, tha
bowlmnn for the frrahmen, cntTlcd off
the honor. If them were any.
Hold n blcyi lo boy, "Now then,
1 will ride like the racing men!"
Hut ha got Into trouble,
Kor he bent hlmnclf double.
And couldn't In-nil hack agnln.
Mildred Koraythe, In Womanhood.
DRY THIN
AND
FALLING
HAIR
Is due, in the majority of cases, to
imperfect action of the sebaceous
or oil glands. Deprived of its
proper nourishment, the hair be
comes harsh and brittle, the scalp
dry and scaly, and the roots choked
and lifeless in a hard, dry skin. The
purest, sweetest, and most effective
treatment is warm shampoos with
CUTICURA
SOAP
followed by light applications of
Cutlcura (ointment), the great
skin cure.
They clear the scalp and hair of
crusts, scales, and dandruff, allay
itching, soothe irritation, heal erup
tions, destroy microscopic insects
which feed on the hair, stimulate
the hair follicles, and supply the
roots with nourishment.
Sold thronghout Ih world. Prloe, CtmctnUi
lOc. i Hoar, 116c.: Ubboi.tnt,$1. 1'orranDaua
AMnOiiBM. tw , Hoi Trope. , Hoeion, U.S. A.
M" All about thailnlr nod Skin," free.
WORN " Aohe. and weakneue, but still
OUT compelled to labor on." To all
WITH iichlultererCnllcnra Anti-Pmln
PAINS riaatar I a prloelexa bleaalng.
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OTHERS, Do You Know that Paregoric,
Bateraan'a Prop, Oodfrry' Cordial, many aoolled xwxnhlnf lyrupa, and
M
Boat rained la for child ran art eomponad of opium or morphlnaf
lo Vem Ktiow that opla and awrpbla art ataprfylng aarcstlc pouno 1
law Ton Know that la xxot eoanlrb draggUU ara not pcrmlUad UmtO aarootlc
without lalxllng llwa potaoa.
Wo IToal Know that yon hou!d not permit any audlda to tax (lata joarcaild
aalau von or oar phyaldaa know of what It I compoaad t
To Yotf K now that CaalorU U purely Ttfetabi pnparalloa, and that a Uatof
tf lagredlrnu la pubiUhrd wllh retry bottlaf ,
lo Ton Know that Caitoria U Iht prcacriptloa of th bmoa Dr. aamaet Mtchcr.
That It ba beta la fW atari? thirty yeara, and Ihnt aura Cantoria I aowaold than
of all other remcdira for children eotablncd I
Ia Von Know that tba Patent Offica Department of the United Mate, and of
ether couatrie, ha baaed excliulr right to Dr. Pitcher and bU aanlgn toue the word
- caatorlat " and It formula, and that to Imitate them la a Mat prUon oSriue I
Wo Vow Know that on of the rauon br granting thU torernmrnt protection
waa bccauacCuloria ha1 been prowa lobe absolutely barraleMf
Wo Vow Know Ihnt 45 Ber;C( dote of Caalorla are furaiabed for 3$
eenla, or one cent a done t
Wo Von Know that when pnaaeurd of UiU perfect prtparatkn, your children may
be kept well, and that yo may have nabrokea reat f
Writ, tn-an- thing1 worth knowing. They are (acta.
The fmc-olmllo
wlrnotnro of
Children Cry for
Informer aland a lim chanca In
Ocurgtn, Here In a unique tmraerrnph
from a rurnl newnpaner: "An- person
driving over thin bridge faater thnn a
walk ah.ill. If a white man, ba fined $T,
and If a negro recelvo tweniy-flve lihe
half the penalty to be. beatowd on the
Informer." Atlanta Conntltlutlon.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castorla.
King Menelek of AbyealnU knowa
nothing of tha Italian tocguo except a
few "awear worda."
Wbea Baby waa ak-k, w fan) bar Cantoria.
Wbea aba wa a Child, ba crtad tor Cutoria.
When aba became if Ian, b clung to Cnalorla.
Wham aba L WldiwaabfatbaOaxorla.
Father 8h 1 a larautlful einger. my
on. Son Ye. he In, father, but he
doean't lng: beaullf ully. Wriakle. .
MAJOR W. W, BOBBINS,
Framer of the Indiana Military Bill, Mada Well
by Paine's Celery Compound.
km 'm,. w d 'Mlifr
Major Dobbin, of the 2d Indiana State
gunnln, aldo on Qen. McKeo'i atuft and
president of Cump Gray, haa beon for
two years ono of th most Influential
members of the Indiana legislature and
the nuthor of the famous Indiana Mili
tary Law of 1SS9.
Major Robbins woa a very sick man
up to the time of taking Paine's colery
compound.
In proof of what that remarkable rem
edy can do to make a sick person strong;
and well. Major Robbins' letter from In
dianapolis best tells Its own straightfor
ward story.
"I was troubled with a torpid liver,
constipation and the accompanying sal
low complexion, while my entire nervoua
ayitem was entirely deranged, and I waa
greatly reduced In flush. While In this
condition I waa token down with a sever
attack of the grip, and waa, for a long
lime, confined to the house and my bed,
"I resorted lo various medicines and
tonics, nnd under their temporary In
fluence made several attempts to resume
my business of traveling, about In the
Intercuts of A. Btcffen, cigar manufac
turer of this "city: but relapse succeeded
relapse, and I not only was obliged to
abandon my business, but growing gradu
ally worse, became apprehensive of the
ultimata result.
"At this Juncture, my mother-in-law,
who has used your remedy with gratify
ing results, prevailed upon me to com
mence taking Paine's celery compound,
and It gives me great pleasure to stato
thnt I at once began to feel Its beneficial
effects.
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and Children.
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wrapper.
Pitcher's Castorla.
AN IRRrai'ONSini.E INSECT.
A-alppIng honey here and there,
All joyfully gom he.
And oft he haa a atlng to pn re
Thin Prealdentlal bee.
Washington Star.
It' luat a May to try On Minute
Couch Cur aa anything el. It' eaaler
to cur a Mrr couch or cold with It
Let your nest purchase for 4 couch ba
On Mlnut Couch Cur. Batter medl
oIm: batter raault: batter try It. Chaa,
Itog era.
A GOOD IDEA.
Detroit Free Pre a.
"If you could har your choice of
name which one would you chooaeT'
"Kit her Smith or Jonea."
'Why auch a common oner'
"Bo my country relatione couldn't And
me ao eelly In the city directory."
Dr. Price's Cream Baking; Powder
The will of the late Mr. Alexander
Macmlllan. head of the publUhlng firm
of that name, haa Junt been proved In
Kngland. and hln prraonnl eatnte hi val
ued. In round number, at (Utt.taX).
"My appetite, which had failed me, re
turned, my constipation ceased, end very
soon my liver became normal In Its ac
tion. Following this my sleeplessness
nnd headaches ceased, and I began to
gain flesh. The Insidious hold on me
that the grip had hitherto had was re
laxed, and I felt Invigorated and
strengthened, so I could resume my voca
tion, and feel free from the languid, ener
vated feeling that had so long possessed
mo.
"My friends were pleasantly surprised
with the change In my condition, and I
was only too happy to recommend
Paine's celery compound to auch of my
acquaintances aa were suffering from any
of the complaints which so complicated
my case. Therefore, I again say feel
Impelled by a deep sense of gratitude to
express how much I have been helped,
for I now feel and look like a new man."
Physicians wno rely on Paine's celery
compound as thousands of the most
wide-awake member of the pro
fession are doing, especially now that
nearly every one feels the need of a
genuine spring remedy physicians know
very well what that languor and thnt
tired feeling means. They know that de
bility today often results In nervous pros
tration tomorrow, unless the tired system
Is quickly Invigorated.
That Is why all over the country today
Pnlne's celery compound Is being taken
by the advice of skilled physicians. It Is
the one remedy of skilled physicians. It
Is the one remedy that physicians can
consclrntlonsly call a genuine spring rem
edy. Try lt,
"Vour money or your Ufa!" shouted
Ihn footpad, with mora briinuerlo thnn
In permitted in aoclul clr?lcn where real
dlnin'inila ara worn. "Permit ma." nuld
the gentlemanly book ngrnt, opening hi
vnliae, "to off r you In lieu-of my In
niKnlllcnnt axlnlonc thla rnlf-lwund, gilt
editc, hnml-loulcd 'Lift of Napoleon,' In
three volumes, payable on the Install
ment plnn. Make your own term; we
never dlaapjailnt a n.ihnerlber, nnd If"
Ho found himself alone. Indianapolis
Journal.
HUB IILN'T TAKK WITH THK
OKNTI.KMKN.
Hha wn rafln-d, Intelllgnnt, and not
bad looking but somehow aho never
warned to Ink with tha gentlemen.
They didn't Ilka her llatl-nn way: thay
wild she hadn't any "nanp" about hr.
Poor girl! she wn Buffering from func
tional IrraguUrltlx, and It waa actually
Impoaalhln for har to take much Internal
In anything. Hut a change enmn. On
dny he heard of Dr. Pierce's Favorlt
prescription. Hha prorurtd a bottle, and
he had not tnk--n half lu content! bn
for h felt like another wjman. Now
h I In the enjoyment of perfect health,
and hnn eultor by th scorn. No
woman need suffer from functional trreg
ulalltlea and weaknemw. The "Favor
ite Prescription" la a aaf and certain
cure for all the weakness to which
womei. are peculiarly subject.
Dr. Pierce' Pellet cur eonatlpation,
blllouanea. Indigestion and headache.
One a dose.
"I do not see," sli said, with great
seaerlty, "how it would be possible to
add to the unalghtllness of bloomers."
Aral the Utile wheelwoman contented
herself with Innocently remarking: "Per
haps you ara prejudiced. Did you ever
try them on T' Washington Star.
BUCK LEV'S ARNICA SALTS.
Th best aalv In the world fot Cut.
Bruises, Soren. Ulcers, Halt Kheum,i
Fever Sore. Tetter. Chapped Hand,!
Chilblains fim.i and All Hkin Kruo-1
tlons, and positively -ure Pile, or no
pay required. It Is guaranteed to give
Perfect natla'nctlon, or money rerunuvi. j
Price. 28 rente per Vrg. Fnr aa!e by
fTins. Hocr. ld Fallows' building.
"Well, father." exclaimed the prodigal
son, a he made his appearance at the
fireside, "nre you ready to kill the fatted
calf?" "No," replied the old man, grim
ly. "I think I'll let you live." Seattle
Time.
Pure blood means good health. De
Witt's Sarsaparllla purifies the Mood,
cure Eruptions, Ecsema, Scrofula, and
all diseases arlsinc from Impur blood.
Chaa. Rogers.
Medium The spirit of your wife wishes
to speak with you. Widower You're a
faker: my wife would never aak per
mlaalon to apeak to me. Truth.
Captain Sweeney, U. 8. A., San Diego,
Cal. says: "Shlloh's Catarrh Remedy
ta the first medicine I have ever found
that would do m any good." Price U
cent. Sold by i. W. Conn.
Husband (wearlly)-Well. what waa th
matter with this girl? Wife She was
too precise. This evening I rang for
her, and when she came I aald, "I rang
for lights. " and she said, "O, I thought
you rang for me. 'Philadelphia Ameri
can. The U. S. Oov7 Reports
$bow Royal Baking Powder
tBperior to mil other.
"Scientists now say that handshaking
conveys disease." "Of course; that's
the way the grip got started." Louis
till Courier-Journal.
Bums ar absolutely painless when De
Wltt's Witch Hasel Salv I promptly
applied. Thl itatement la true. A per
fect remedy for skin' diseases, chapped
hands and lips, and never fall to curt
piles. Chaa. Rogers.
When a man gets to thinking that he
can do It all, the onlv way to bring him
to his senses Is to Itt him try It Hart
ford Herald.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castorla.
One of the Italian papers tells the fol
lowing story about Kin? Victor Em
manuel: In 1!0 his majesty went to
Pita lo visit the cathedr.iL The arch
bishop forbade the clergy to receive the
king, and he himself pretended to be 111.
Followed by JO.frtt men the king appeared
In front of the cathedral, the front door
of which was closed. The people began
to cheer him. Turning about he noticed
a small door, and then, starting toward
It exclaimed: "My friends the narrow
way leads to paradise."
Take a dose of DeWltl's Little Early
Risers Just for th good they will do
you. These little Pills ar good for In
digestion, good for headache, good for
liver complaint good for constipation.
They are good. Chaa Rogers.
it is reported from Copenhagen that
titer Is a project of marriage between
Prince Christian of Denmark, eldest son
of the crown prince, and the Princess
Sibyl of Hetise, sister of the landgrave
of Hesse. Princess Sibyl Is a daughter
of the late Landgrave Frederick (died
1881), the brother of the queen of Den
mark.
ROYAL Baking Powder
baa been awarded highest
honors at every world's fair
where exhibited.
Baron Paumtfarten. of the Austro-
Huagarlan legation, accompanied by his
family, has arrived In Washington.
Baron Paumgurw n was chancellor of the
legation stationed here some years ago.
Since 1886 he has been attached to the
legation at London.
It Is not a miracle. It won't cure
everything, hut It will cure piles. That's
what DeWltt's Witch Hasel Salve will
do, because It has done It In hundred
of cases. Chaa. Roger.
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General tM Nervou Debility.
1V(.nline of TtM nn t
Jtalnn. Kftart of Rmw.
or r im. In On! ur
fFi?JC lnlaood f illy IteMornd.
tl Fir lluw ' iilnfgo nn.l
riiransrrivrn Veak. Ln
iderelopnd Portion uf
jinny, A'rvHi.iaif nn
fnllir.r Home Treatment.
Ilerwim lo a dar.
tlfr from AO Ktlra and Fnrela-a
Countries, fiend for Iraryplye Bonk, ao
piauauoa a&a proof, malum tasaioil f m.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, K.Y.
THE ABOVE PICTURE DOES NOT
REPRESENT
A passenger train on th Chlcagav MD
waukre and St. Paul Hallway. No. It
tarln are entlbuled, heater by ataan.
and lighted by electricity. Each feo
car berth ha an etectii reading lamp.
It dining cars ar th best In th world,
and It coache ar palace on wheal. ,
This great railway, connecting a It
doe with all transcontinental line at SC
Paul and Omaha, aaaura to th larveltna
publlo th best servlc known. Ticket
via th Chicago, Milwaukee ai.d St Paul
Hallway ar on sale at all railroad ticket
i office to any point In the United State
or Canada. For maps, folder and other
Information, address.
C. i. EDDT. General Agent, '
J. W. CASET, Portland, Or.
Tra. Pas and TkL Agtnt,
Portland, Or.
IS THERE?
I her a man with heart so cold,
That from hla family would withhold
in comioria wnicn iney an couio nna
In articles of FURNITURK of th right
kind.
And we would u;gt at this season a
nice Sideboard, Extension Table, or set
of Dining Chair. W have the largest
and finest line ever ahown In the city
and at prices that cannot fall to pleas
the closest buyers.
HEILBORN & SON.
D ROPOSALS FOR FRESH BEEF AND
Tresh Mutton: Office Chief Com
missary, Vancouver Barracks, Wash
March 25, UM, Sealed proposal In trip
licate will be received here and at office
of Commissaries) at following named
post, (for fresh beef and fresh mutton
to be delivered at that post only), nntll
II o'clock, noon, Friday, April 14. im,
then opened, for furnishing and delivery
to Subsistence Department U. S. Army,
the fresh beef and fresh mutton called for
by tha Commlsaary of post to be sup
plied during six month, and also sep
arata proposal for year, commencing
July 1. lfif: Boise Barrack and Fort
Sherman. Idaho: Forts Canby, Spokane,
Walla Walla, and Vancouver Barrack.
Wash. Fresh beef shall be good In qual
ity and condition fit for Immediate use,
and from for and hind quarter meat
proportionally. Including all beat exit
thereof. Fresh mutton shall b of good,
fat and marketable quality, from wethT
over one and under three years old. Beef
and mutton to be dressed and trimmed
and delivered as prescribed In circular cf
Instructions to bidders. Proposal will
be also received stating price at which
bidder will deliver fresh beef or mutton
of character above Hated, and to b de
livered of temperature not greater than
50 degrees Fahrenheit Government re
serve th right to reject th whole or any
part of any or all bid. Full Information
furnished here, or by Commissary at ih
several posts. Envelopes containing pro
posals should be marked "Proposals for
Fresh Beef (or Mutton) at , and
addressed to undersigned or to Commis
sary at poets to be supplied. W. H. Nash
MaJ., C. 8.
IRVING AVENUE GRADE NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that the com
mon council of the city of Astoria pro
poo? to establish the grade of Irving
avenue in that part of the city of As
toria known as Adair's Port of Upper
Astoria, at the following; height abov
the base of grades:
At the Intersection of Irving avenu
and Thirty-third street at 19 feet.
At the intersection of Irving avenue
and Thirty-fourth straH at 196 feet and,
between Thirty-third and Thirty-fourth
streets in a direct Un at a uniform
grade.
At the Intersection of Irving avenu
and Thirty-fifth street at 1S1 feet, and
between Thirty-fourth and Thirty-fifth
streets in a direct line at a uniform
grade.
At the Intersection of Irving avenue '
and Thirty-sixth street at 199 feet and
between Thirty-fifth and Thirty-sixth
streets In a direct line at a uniform
grade.
At the Intersection of Irving avenue
and Thirty-seventh streets at S3 feet, .
and between Thirty-sixth and Thirty
seventh streets in a direct line at a uni
form grade.
At the Intersection of Irving avenue
and Thirty-eighth street at 259 feet, and
between Thirty-seventh and Thirty
eighth streets In a direct line at a uni
form grade.
At the Intersection of Irving avenu ,
and Thirty-ninth streets at 291 feat, and
between Thirty-eighth and Thirty-ninth
streets In a direct line at a uniform
grade.
At the Intersection of Irving avenu
and Fortieth street at 325 feet, and be
tween Thirty-ninth and Fortieth streets
In a direct line at a uniform grade.
And unless a remonstrance signed by
tha owners of three-fourths of the prop
erty fronting on said portion of said
street be filed with the auditor and po
lice Judge within ten days from the final
publication of this notice, to-wit, on or
before Monday, April 13. 1SS6, tha com
mon council will establish said grades.
By order of the common council.
Dated March 18, 1898.
Ji E. NELSON,
Auditor and Police Judge.
Use Marshall's: Tou take chance on
the others.
'".vSIKRH, as a further pre."
in i.n.tatioiu
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