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THE DAILY ASTOKIAN. FRIDAY MO KM NO, OCTOKKK 2, Ht'.tll.
li gailrr glotovinu. JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor. Telephone No. til TEKM4 Or lVllS'Klr HON. DAILT. Sent by mall, per yeir S0O Sent by moll, per month SO Delivered by carrier, per month 45 WEEKLY. Bent by mnll per year, $3 In advance, postnge free, to aubscrtbera. All communications Intended tor publt aatton ahould be directed to the editor. Business communications of all kinds and remittances muil b addressed to Tha Astorlan, The Astorlan guarantees to tta sub scribers the largest circulation of any .tewapaper published on the Columbia .hrer. Advertising rate can be had on appli cation to the bualneaa manager. The Weekly Astorlan, the second oldest weekly In the atate of Oregon, ha, next to the Portland Oregonlan, tha largest weekly circulation In the state. J no. F. Handley Co., are our Port land agents, and copies of The Astorlan an be had every moraine at their stand, IM Third atreet Another of Mr. Bryan's heaviest ar tillery pieces la about to be spiked. ' A press dispatch reports that the Rothschilds are going to close a deal with Marcus Daly for the purchase of tta great Anaconda mining properties at the price of J18.000.000. It Is too bad after ail the good ammunition Mr. Bryan haa expended on these modern Ehyiocks and vampires to now have them become his principal bosses and the main beneficiaries of the scheme he has been so diligently working. be that of certifying to the amount of Fllvcr contained In the coin. Mr. Bryan's way of stating the mat ter conveys the idea that the govern metit would purchase and coin the bul lion on its own account, and that nil of Its power would be exerted to keep such currency at par. This Is a gross deception, whether Intentional or not. Mr. Bryan knows very well that free and unlimited colnngv Is a proposition to ttisiene with the protection that the government now gives to silver, and simply require It to coin for the owners nil the bullion that may bo presented. As for the fixing of a price, that would depend entirely upon conditions out side of the act of coinage. The relation of the government to the transaction would be merely that of an agent, with out nny responsibility except that of accuracy in weighing and stamping the metnl. In other word' the prop that now sustain! live silver dollar -'he pledge to maintain the parity of the two metals would be withdrawn, and the new dollars would have to stand on their own merits, which Is to say that they would bt worth only the value of the silver contained in them. This point is one that can not be too often repeated. It Is of more Importance than any other of the pending controversy, because It shows the fallacy of the free coinage scheme so far as the continu ance of th present advantage of the silver currency la concerned. That ad vanage would at once disappear, and the Inevitable result would be a shrink age of value to the extent of the differ ence between the actual and the nom Inal value of such money. CP SU5&?r I riRATVVWaeV II ir u i Aw HL -i'TV u. if'-' ,yyiP. l1 ! Yon will rtnd one coupon (f " 'Wwi-' m I' i inlle each two ounce baf i ' , and two coupons Inside each K "I ..., i... v"j3 ' t Him Ci..iita.t.-t.toh btIvm av llt of valuable prueuu aud 1fZj how to et them. nothing BUT THE GENUINE The IVmor ratio National Campaign I Committee has sent out an estimate of Bryan's majorities In November that is I principally notable for the fact that ) A TWISTER. A MYSTERY. Every cltlxen and voter should study the money question with special refer ence to how- free and unlimited silver coinage and a debased currency would affect him not necessarily how It would affect him for the moment, but how It would affect him In the long run. A debtor might possibly gain temporarily by scaling his debts, but he might be forced again into the pre dicament w here he would want to Nar row once more. A man who repudiated his honest debts once would have hard time to repair his credit so that people with loanable capital would trust him a second time. Wheat is rising In the market and that Is bad for the Pop Detns. Could anybody who has been listening to the sad story of the awful crime of '73, and the mournful demonetisation of the 11,000 tons of silver money we have packed away In cellars, and the terrible appreciation of dollars which has been so dreadful that labor gets more dol lars than before the crime of the cen tury was dreamed of, and the submis sion to the gold system of the country that produces more gold than any other could anybody of the Bryan turn of mind and twist of tongue tell us whether when wheat is rising silver fa going up or gold coming down? We would be glad to know Just that be fore going further. Mr. Bynum, chairman of the national eommlttee of the national Democratic party, said In his speech notifying Palmer and Buckner of their nomina tion, that never was a campaign for the exalted office of president of the United States made upon such a low plane as has been made by the Chicago nominee today. He referred to Mr. Bryan's appeals to class and sectional prejudice and said: "There is no con flict between the classes of this country. The prosperity of one depends upon the prosperity of all. The appeal to the worklngmen of this country and to the agriculturalists, in an attempt to make them believe that they are op pressed by the wealthier classes, is an appeal that no true, sincere patriot sught to make In appealing to the peo ple for their suffrages." There will be no dissent from this by right-minded men, who can understand the tendency of the demagogic and mischievous ap peals which Mr. Bryan constantly makes to the passions and prejudices of those who hear him. His efforts to array employes against employers and to Instill into the minds of wage work ers and producers hatred of all other classes to divide the people Into an tagonistic element cannot but be rep robated by every citizen who desires peace, order and a government of law. Inflaming the spirit of discontent and Inciting popular discord is most repre hensible on the part of a man occupy ing the pof-ition before the country that Mr. Bryan does and marks him an un mitigated demagogue. The peoj le, however, are rapidly learning his true measure and it is needless to say that the' knowledge is not to his credit or advantage. How the human system ever recov ers from the bad effects of the nause ous medicines often literally poured Into it for the suppositlve relief of dys pepsla, liver complaint, constipation, rheumatism and other ailments. Is mystery. The mischief done by bad medicines Is scarcely less than that caused by disease. If they who are weak, bilious, dyspeptic, constipated rheumatic, would oftener be guided by the experience of Invalids who hav thoroughly tested Hostetter's S'.om.ic Bitters, they would In every Instant- obtain the speediest aid derivable from rational medication. This medicine a searching and at the same time thoroughly safe remedy, derived from vegetable sources, and possessing, consequence of its basis of pure spirits, properties as a medicinal stimulant not to be found In the fiery' local bit ters and stimulants often resorted by the debilitated, dyspeptic and lan guid. Is When the Populist-Demo party shall have proved Its power to perform mira cles by turning the granite hills of Maine Into bread or the waters of the ocean Into wine. then, but not till then. will It be safe for the American work- ingman to accept unquestioned its promise to Improve his present condi Uon by withholding protection from home Industries and debasing the Na tional currency. Wabash Tribune. FIXING THE PK1CE OF PILYEIl. One of Mr. Bryan's favorite state ments Is to the effect that any pur chaser wh J stands ready to talte the entire supply of any article at a cer tain price can prevent that article fall ing below that price; and so the gov ernment can fix a price for gold and silver by creating a demand greater than the supply. This sounds well, but It Is irrelevant and misleading. Of course, if the L'nited States should of fer to buy all the silver in the world at a fixed price, with the assurance of ability to do so, nobody would sell sil ver at any lower price. But this has nothing to do with the question of free and unlimited coinage. That theory does not involve the Idea of the buying sf silver bullion by the government. It means tliat the owner of the bulllion shall be allowed to take it to the mint and have it coined and returned to him in the form of silver dollars only that and nothing more. Under such a policy there would not be a single ounce of sliver purchased. The bullion would not change ownership by reason of passing through the mint and coming out as coin; and the only function of the government in the case that would How much business can si man do whose system Is In a state of disorder Headache Is only a symptom. It Is not a disease. The pain In the head Is the sign of rebellion. There have bven mistakes In diet and other abuses. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pel lets are a pleasant, effective renovator and lnvigoramr of the stomach, liver and bowels. They ass'st nature with out threatening to tear the body piece meal. There are no griping pains, no nausea. One is a laxative. A book of 1008 pages, profusely Illus trated, written by Dr. R. V. Pierce, called the "People's Common Sense Medical Adviser," will be sent free for 21 one-cent stamps to cover cost of mailing only. The World's Dispens ary Medical Association, No. 63 Main Street, Buffalo. N. Y. Betting on the election is a serious matter. In some states it amounts to a criminal offense, but there Is much innocent fun to be had In figuring on the result. This Is especially true In regard to those who can figure out a Bryan majority. It is about the only fun they can get out of the campaign. Chicago Post (Rep.) Many political speakers, clergymen, singers, and others who use the voice excessively, rely upon upon One Minute Cough Cure to prevent huskiness and laryngitis. Its value as a preventive Is only equalled by Its power to afford In stantaneous relief. Charles Koeers. Mih'9 Populism Don't tell anybody that I axed ye to be my company, uniy. Billy Bryan No clanger. I'm as much ashamed of it, poppy, as you !. Kan sas City Journal. PURELY VEGETABLE. The Cheapest, Purest ui'l Bet tariJiiy Meiii :ine in the worid ! Ks Kkpectual Specific for all disease A ihe Liver, Stomach and Spleen. Regulate the Liver ind prevent Chills .ND I- 2VER, MaLAKI X S I EVEKJ,, lUMKL 'jMPLAINT!, ReSTLE'S- nz!v Jaundice aud N At SEA. HAD HREATFT! Nothing if o unple.'iiAflt, nothing o common, a Qad breath; and in nearly every rate it comei frwr :he stomach, and can m v easily corrected if you wii :ake Simmon Livm K . L'Lator. hn not neglect k ture a remedy for this repulsive disorder. It will 1k jnpruve your appetite, complexion and coeral health I'lLKH! How many suffer torture day after day, making life & burden and robbing exi-tence of all oleastire. owina to the secret tuflerin from Files, Vet relief it ready to tne nana 01 ximou any one wno win use iyemu cally the remedy thai has permanently cured thou sands. Simmons Lived kBitLATOK is no drastic violent purge, but a gentle assistant to nature. CONSTIPATION SHOULD not be regarded M ft trifling ailment in fact, nature deman-Js the utmt regularly of the bowels, and any deviation from this demand i-aves the way often to serious danger. It is quite as necessary tu remove impure accumulations from the bowels as it is to eat or "ileep, and no heilth can oe experfd where ft costive haL;t of -Aj prevails. KICK HKADACUE! This distressing afHicti"n occurs most frequently The disturbance of the stomach, arising from (lie imperfe. tly digested contei.ts, rauws a severe pain in the head, accompanied with disayreeaUe nausea, and this constitutes what is popularly known as Sick Headache, for the relief of which take Simmons; Lii'eh Regulator ct Mfd'Oke. MA M" FACTORED ONLY T J. H. ZE1LIN ft CO., Philadelphia, Pa. A twister In twUtlnf My twtat htm twtit. For In tw la tin a twist Maine ami Vermont ar not tnduU In j ThrM wtau mak a lwlat: the list of claimed states alon j iiut if on of th twtsU Illinois and Indiana, Michigan and Wis- Untwists from th twist. cousin. Ulobe-Democrat tKep.) CURE FOR HEAPACHE. As a remedy for all forms of Headcne, Klectrfo Bitters has proved to be the very best. It affects a permanent cure and the most dreaded habitual sick head aches yield to Its Influence. We urye all who are afljlcted to procure i bottle, and give this remedy a fair. trial. In I Tha twist untwtsttns I Untwists ths twist That la, when It's twisted with any other twine than MARSHALL'S. FROM NOW UNTIL SPIUNO Overcoats and winter wraps will be la fashion. They can be discarded, tempor arily while traveling In the steam-heated trains of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St casea of habltu&l constipation Electric i nanway. ror soim romurt, lor Rlft-tra cur, hr a-lvlnsr th. nlM tone I nJ r 9tly. no other line can to the bowels, and few caw Ion resist nP n this treat railway of the west. OUTWARD IK)UNI) OR KG ON CHAIN FLKITIISlKHi. n tii.Mt. n .tu. .liiltuM llr lmtic .. Ii llr lii l'i Am tllln .... I llr I. Ik . . :; Mr -hiii ... .1 llr ImV . I ur hark .. 7 Mr l'li II llr ln ' II Mr li.ik 1 r .mi 14 Hi I llr l..rk h Ur till!'... .'I Hi -hl. ... '.' llr li ik 31 r'r imrk . . . 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Ilmlr,' value III nil ' It - 111 u hill, n.'iir. value .'Hi, alto IIU' ('tl. hr.u T AUtt l tiun tir.u. v.lue II inn, .ml l.m.' e.M.. .aim. hi. I tl... is ntl l.l.l, n.iur. talue a.m i.a ' ' 1 .'I, ..I i.t.l - fimir, vi:s.si:ls ox this way to oreoon. roar .tu ki rnuM on m ; Oo to Elmore, Sanborn's office ard see ! machine. Take along aome of tha twines i "as good as Marshall'," In your pocket, I and test tham. Then see how much more Marshall's will stand. It's money In your pocket and fish In your net to tin J out. their new and handsome twine testing BUCKLEX'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve In the world for cuts. bruises, sores, ulcers.salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains. corns, and all skin eruptions, and pos itive cure for piles, or no pay required. J The bidders on the new battleships It is guaranteed to give perfect satis- are not the least worried over the fi factlon, or money refunded. Price, 25 ! nancial bogies being erected by the two cents per box. For sale by Charles parties. They will accept their pay in Rogers, Odd Fellows' building. United States money. Washington I pout. SewaJl, too! He has his own private I personal gold contract, like Altgeld and , lp to this time three things have Stewart. Sliver for labor, but these ; been discovered about which Hryan three men propose to have for the set- I will not talk. They are Maine. Ver tlement of their own contracts gold or ' mont. and Tom Watson. St. Louis Its equivalent. Philadelphia Pres. Globe-Democrat. THE DISCOVERT 8AVED HIS LIFE. Arthur Sewall of Maine Is another friend of silver tio puts gold clauses into his contracts. Politics Is politics, and business is business New York Recorder. OABTOniA. ii 91ff TTlfpS, Mr. O. Calllouette, Druggist. Beavers- vllle. 111., sayi: "To Dr. King's New Dis covery I owe my life as taken nun La Grippe and tried all the physicians for miles about, but of no avail and was given up and told I could not live. Hav ing Dr. King New Discovery In my stora I sent for a bottle and be gan Its use and rrom tne nrst uose began to get bettei, uid after using three bottles was up ai.c about again. It Is worth IU weight In gold. We won't keep store or house without It-" Uet a free trial at Chas. Rogers' Drug Store. - " '. Many lives of usefulness have been The opening of. the mints to the free I . n . . . . k coinage of silver would mean the clos-; . . ,,,. bronchitis. ng of many mills to the worklngmen. , an(1 .,..,., ,, ,vn.M by the prompt use of One Minute Cough i Cure. Charles Rogers. The prongs of Tillman's pitchfork evi dently need sharpening. Judging from the outcome of that senatorial contest In South Carolina. Pittsburg News. I and the payment by those which re main open of wages In a 50-cent dollar. Louisville Courier Journal. t trttis. TS SATS. I'OX.IIlXIM. ht. Ul't il.nt illt... " I ...jHutler ....ifiorrlk. , n IImiu .. I'Mg- KolilliMtn ll.ik-tie... .. . Hh.rp . . UrKTHht.. , rtleel. ., Illltl . . I.Wj HVAI 'MV 100 41 lJ6 llUAl IIJTV IU0A1 1177 llUAl I7il imiAI 404 im tl hw im II NrW YiiHK Slup IliMirv VI Ali.OA H I Y - I'.n hark llatlla ! AMWIhl'- Vllr .hip li W W Htl.MIIAI- Hr .!Ui. Uiiiil.f.rue . CAI.I.Ait- Hritilp lnt'h,'ii!e Knekl Hr thlii Sierra Kttre.l.i I.IVkKI'Oi'l- Hr thlii Kelt. nee 1 Hr .hip Kiira'ia : ...... mki.iiihUni- Hr h.rk l.liuleil NKWi'ASTI.K, S. 8. W. Hr ilnp i lljr of M.drut Hrthlp llawl.ilalrl... Kill UK JA.tMKIr- Hr thin Hnr.l ireorge I . . Trt Hr h.rk (ileu.ilou Hailus. Hr h.rk lel SWANhKA- llr Urk i ulomb.il TAHI.n MAI- I Hr Urk I'.lniinn Cutlet . Mahon ......... .W! HuAl 1IIKIIIIAMA- I I tier ihlp lU iriett. t Hr .le.iiier A.l.ilc Prince! llr .lili. liutliiu H.11I. CAHK TOWN Hr hlo Hurhrlilge !.... Hr .hip PeleutI COI.iMHi. I'KYI.IlN. 1-Hr .hip City uf ludillnglnit Hr hlp lhiwan Hill MAl'WTIItt- Hr bark I'rucyon SlNiiAI'oKK- Hr thin oreallsl . H A Mill A I- Am .rhiHiner Inula ..... Hr.hlii I'liMallorh AI'KI.AlliK- Hr h.rk A .tori, t i r .hip Mi laimpvt MHNTKVIIiKO- Hr thlh Ihireuliy Hall. I'nICT I'lKIK- llr thlp l''Tt Jai kt.iu HiiKiiliATK- Ain aehr Carrier Iiuve L.I ml v all SANTA lll'SAl.lt- Br thlp Vurtlifera B A III A- Hr .hip Provliicet ..... HIAiiit- Hr h.rk Java! tSANT'iH- Hr hlo Cambrian I'rlure.. TllTAU Hr ahlp l'.iilhetll.-a fallen. U1 JOAII rtulliin A lleebo I tt teutvii iaa ini.u . js llAl 1UUA1 . lui i MtfiniAl Ill 21 H.llmir. I'ulhrl. A t o ... Mevef. W. A l'o H.Ki.ur, Uulhrlr A l'o IJV U kolierUoU ..... Ill) llOAl riproule AAI . Seeniann i7Wllt Au.ler.mi . III. lniAl Rowl.uil. lm im A I Mrljtnrhl'n . 'l7V loo VI Mh.pl.iiu P4S luutl hair.uir. ciutlirit A r Portland riuur Mill. gllawn A Kerr... ' R 1'aiiienui A l'o I .'J II. 3 Mi'Doualil. Mllu. . 1. liOAl , VM lltlAI I'yull .....J'l HCAI -Sluart 17i I0OA! Peaalry McU ml Thorkel.n . jSevllie Wlekh.lll.. . 'limine J a. Ul.llaw A l'o kliiip.nu Lumber Co . Havle. June. . Frettrui.l lone. . . . Helvea ' . '.'I r.i luilAI Il .V li.'AI .li.i. ,U)Al 1WM HOAl H Q llWAl ' Am. Trading Co., 'UMllun.l I ,.llii:l HUAl ' vt HIlAI i.v.i liiAI IMWAAI n On his second Invasion Mr. Hryan went South to the "enemy's country," and had progressed no farther than Kentucky until he found It. Washing ton Post. TO Cl'RK A C4ILD IX ONE DAY, Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. ; All druggists refund the money If It fails to cure. 25c. For sale by Chas. Rogers, Druggist. I -- i They arf so little you hardly know The new electric campaign torch will you are taking them. Tin y cuuse no enable the patriot to do his whole duty ; griping, yet they act quickly and most humanity without getting kerosene j thoroughly. Such are the famous llltle il spilled down his back from the torch ' pills known as Ie Witt's Little Karly f the patriot behind him. Mlnneapo-j Risers. Small In size, gn at In results. s Journal. 1 Charles Rogers. ROYAL Baking Powder has been awarded highest honors at every worlds lair ing.-Texas sift-r where exhibited. , "The Ani'-rican eagle still screams," (says a L'ryun orator. You bet, but It's for the other ".') ' ' nt. that he's s rcain- Sovereign, the erratic and voluble partner of Eugene V. Debs, has opened an ulleiri.tl Rryan campaign bureau in Chicago. Mr. Soveri ign has been In pi'ii'-fhow business b'-fore. Phlla- lelphia Press. Speed and .nMy are the watchwords of the nt'". One Minute Coiurh Cure actt: speedily, snf'dy. and never falls. Asthma, bronchitis, coughs niid colds are cured by it. Charles Rogers. 1 Aug ID, paiied Alljer. 2 J.ll A, patted Ciixll.vctl Jan !N', 1UW M.r'il. IAS, ,l',W;.luiie;l,7N7V.' I June 9. p '.nil I. ii.nl: no date, III Bay ol HiK .y: Jon 16, -A N, 1A W TOTAL IJverpo.il Maurltlu. Melhiinie Mmilevlileo Hrlnhaue (iukoilate .. ... Ill.wn Hull I. HICKKKINCKM I IniU Juuu hlh, JON, '.H VV. Into 1(1.. de Janeiro prinr to July 4; will have to dlM'harn. p.rl ol r.lko. Aug. 4, Mild 'MW lout ol cargo; al It-it agalu Auk. lil. New York 3,11" A'lelal.le 3,i07 Alio. Hay l.iU'i Antwerp 1 ii:i Bombay Lmni c.llao !,.' ColoinlH). ,'I.MI I'.peoiwn .. til .l.iKi THK WAY, Newr.itla. NSW I n i Table II ty lVrt l.'.ti'. Kin ile Jeileru 3.1 1 Yokohama VI 10 1,11711 1 HlnKapiire 1.7 l.viH I Hweiuea l.l'Ai I Total itl.i'tln l.liiil 1 Hhaiurhal .'." Same time IvkY 74,,'liil wii I Curt I'lrU 'l.l.t! I 8.11111 lima lM 4A.74I H" I Simla Himalla .. I'.uti 1 I .iwal 1 sanmt I val I B.F.flliLiEH&SOH Wall P.ptr, Artist. ' MaKrlali, P.lnM, Oil., GI.ii, tic. J.pan.M Mattings. pug. .nd Bamboo Good. 365 Cc mmerclal Htreet. "a a 1 to !. littlirt.l ' Bnl 10 atrUiar. 'r..l.u Mbl-tlia. ntr fl la a non-rntiiflnmi. rmtifilr fur liniinrrhien, oli'.l, iipi 1 niaiurrliu... It'liili t, 11 11 n .1 1 11 r a I ih.-i-li-trriii, i,r .nr ititlAiiuii.t lluti, irritate u ur ulnTa- tl'.n "f In ur 11 11 a nn'lte Niiii-aatrui krllt. nlFviCHI-eri. br.111.. -ur '.w'1,0 PT 8 "' "rwgglata. , li. g. a, J, "! nr tM'nl 'n P'.,n wrarpi'r, V.?V, ,1 u . i.:l'iir wnl jZHa hr ntre... r. mil '7raS5.' im " "' '' 1 i"'i'. '-"rl..:!!"- V Uirrular uii rtiueal. Chonic constipation Is a painful, dia- greeable and life-shortening dilllculty. '!erang.s the system, causes sick ailache. bad breath, and poisons the 001I. It can be readily overcome by v Witt's Little Karly Risers. These tie pills are great regulators. ogers. When you cut In two the laboring man's wages you cut. in two our home markets for the products of the farm and factory. Hoosler State, V.i Witt's Witch Hazel Halve Is an an tiseptic, soothing and healing applica tion for burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, etc., and cures piles like magic. It Instantly Charles ; 8ttopg j,aln. Charles Rogers. Official reports show conclusively that e only spot where the free silver cause gaining any strength is In the imme- liate region of Candidate Hryan's vo- al cords. New York Mall and Express. liryanlsm threatens every man who has a dollar. Tetter, eczema, and all similar skin roubles are cured by the use of De 'Itt's Witch Hazel Halve. It soothes once, and restores the tissues to elr natural condition, and never falls cure piles. Charles I'.ogers. A hacking cough Is not only annoying to others, but Is dangerous t-o the per son who has It. One Minute Cough Cure will riulckly put an end to it. Charles Rogers. Kvery man Is gets Into office. a reformer until be Most cure-alls cure nothing. This rule as true in polities as In medicine. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. TtlfM-ilallt Ifutan It n iwry TAfPW. Mrs. L. It. Patton, Ito'kford, III., writes: "From personal experience I can recommend it; Witt's Harsaparllla, a cure for Impure blood and general de bility." Charles Rogers. WHEN IN POItTLAND Call on Jno. F. Handley & Co., 124 Third street, and get the Dally Astorlan. Visitors need not mlHS their moi-rlng paper while there. Parties desiring tha best of Job printing at the lowest prices should call at tha Astoria Job office before going elsewhere. SEASIDE SAWMUtb. A complete stock of lumber on hand In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rus tic, celling, and all kind of finish; mouldings end shingles; also bracket work done to order. Term, reasonable and prices at bedrock. All orders promptly attended to. Office and yard at mill. H. F. L. LOO AN, Prop'r. Seaside, Oregon. Are You (Joing East? It sura and aea that your ticket reads Via HE NORTH-WESTERN line:. T Job Printing The Astorian invites attention to its Job Printing Department TRY USwkAf CHICAGO. ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS and OMAHA 'RAILWAYS. This Is Ui GREAT SHORT LINE Petween DULUTH, ST. PAUL, CHICAGO And all Points East aud South. Thalr Magnificent Track, Peerless Ves tlbuled Dining and Sleeping Car Trains and Motto: "ALWAYS ON TIME " Have given this road a national reputa tion. All classes of passengers carried on tha vestlbuled trains without extra charge. Ship your freight and travel over this famous Una. All agents have tickets. W. H. MEAD, F. C. BAViOE, den. Agent. Trav. F. and P. Agt 248 Washington at, Portland, Or. 0.R.&N. cirVKH ciioiCK or -2- THAiNSCOHTIHEJITAL ROUTES. Via Spokant and St. Paul Via Ogdeo, Denver and Omaha op St. Peal Pullman and Tourist Sleepers Free Reclining Cbalr Cars Astoria to Sao Francisco. Slate of Cat. Saturday. Sept. L ('uliimbla. Thursday, Sept. 10, Slate of Cal. Tuesday. Sept. 15. Columbia. Sunday. Sept. 20. Stale uf t'al. Friday. Sept. !&. I'nlumlila, Wedncaday, Sept. 30. Stale uf Cal., Monday, Oct. 5. Columbia, Saturday, (Vt. 10. Astoria and Portland Steamers. T. J. POTT Kit. I-ave Astoria Tuesdays. Thursdays and Salurdaya at a. m I.enve Port land Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri days at 7 a. m. P.AII.KY OAT7.EHT. Leaves Astoria Tusdays, Thuradays and Saturdays at 7 p. m. Leave Port land Mimdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 8 p. in. It. It. THOMPSON, leaves Astoria Mondays, Wednes days, Fridays and Sundays al 7 p. m. leaves Portland Tuesdays, and Thurs days at 8 p. in., and Saturdays at 11 p. m. TKLBPHONK Leave Astoria Mondays, Wedueadayg and Frldnys at 6 a. m. Leave Portland Tuesdays, Thursdays snd Sutunlayi at 7 a. m. For rales and general Information call on or address O. W. LOUNBriKitRY. Agent. W. II. HUHLHURT, (Ion. Pas. Agt., Portland, Or. K. McNi:iLL, President and Manager. WHITE COLLAR LINE . TELEPHONE, Astoria and Portland Telephone leaves Astoria Monday, Wednesday mid Friday morning at ( u. in. Leaves Portland Tnendny. Thurs day nnil Saturdiiy at 7 s, in, Ttulley (!ntert leaves Astoria Wed nesday, Friday mid Sunday night at 7 p. in. Leaves Portland Tin-sday, Thursday mid Hatiirduy nights nt 8 p. m. O. H. and N. Co.'s steamers T. J. Potter runs alternate days with Tele phone, and II. it. Thompson runs al ternate days with Halley Uatxert. Tickets good on all boats. U. H. HCOTT, President K. A. Reeley, Agent, Portland. C, W, Stone, Agent, Astoria. Telephone No. 11. UNO BAILEY GATZEBT PnuUU-r-. Pn.ll.a IMubmI RrsaA ENNYKUYAL PILLS V V"3ftTK "nr "ai Only "-"""J" n-llMJiaj. lDII Ml llmiRUt for fklrkmmtmrB Knalltk ItU m 4 iM'l Willi Ithiai rlKltfiVt T.L. ma athi-r. ftrfut Uangtruus rulituu. ii-hi i mi i at lun I. a. llrtiifliti srasssaU In mtn far ttvitoiiltri. l ilinuniaJa mi HIJif fop I.Nflf,Nlti.r, Uf ttmm til nan, iii.Doii i. .in hf L.....I....I -. S. Fftn .man, lit of Freeman ft Holmes. R. T. Eahlh, lale of St-Kkton. Cal. COLUMBIA IRON WORKS FOUNDRYHEN Blacksmiths, Machinists and Boiler Makers M,nu'CilV"? A" Kinds of Machinery ii 0 S PI-CIA Smllhll Mill Mi R.,1 Iron and Brass Castings Goner ul Blacksmith Work PliCIALTIES - W.lrh Pat.nt 'Whwl. Shin hlng and Strnmbu.t Work. Cann.ry anil Machinery. M.rln. mni ;iail,inrw nil- r Rulll to Orilrr. SpKlally .qulpp.il (or liKK.rt' work Correspondent:, mlltlted i8th and Franklin. Phone 78