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THE DAILY ASTOUI.VN, SATl'IM) Y MOKNIXG. OOTOKKU il, I8.).
JOHN T. LIOHTF.R. Editor. Telephone No. 64. TEKMS op i u Hir rios. .S.0O . .so . .43 DAILY. Bent by mail, per yecr Sent by mall, per month Delivered by carrier, per month WEKKLT. Bont by mall per year, tJ tn advance, postage free, o subscriber. All communications Intended tor publi cation should be directed to the editor. Business communications of all kin.ls and remittances must be addressed to The Astorlan, The Astorlan guarantees to Its sub scribers the largest circulation of any lewspaper published on the Columbia trer. Advertising rates can be had on appli cation to the business manager. The Weekly Astorlan, the second oldest weekly In the state of Oregon, has, next to the Portland Oregonlan, the largest weekly circulation In the stats. Jno. F. Handley A Co., are our Port land agents, and copies of The Astorlan as be had every morning at their stand, IS Third street. "A depreciation of the currency Is al "v. ays attended by a lews to the labor ing classes. This portion of the con "munlty have neither time nor oppor "tunity to watch the ebbs and flows of "the money market. Engaged from day "to day In their useful toils, they do not perceive that, although their "wages are nominally the same, or even "somewhat higher, they are greatly re "duced. t fact, by the rapid Increase "of currency, which, as It appears to "make money abound, they are at first "Inclined to consider a blessing." An drew Jackson. Hon. Simon B. Buekner. Kentucky's; candidate for vice president, knows the people of the lilue Grass state pretty j well, and his opinion of th political ! situation there Is entitled to great weight. In an Interview in .?v Jorkj .. n.t1. T .. kdllnvd that ft.er 1 , ito plai-e In the hands of Mr. liryan the a reasonable chance of Mr. Fran. .,.,.,. , , , . . .great power and responsibilities of the reports that have come to m that he baa hurt himself in Kentucky. The t want these Republicans to repudiate Abraham Lincoln." Now this was sim ply one of those tricky evasions for which Mr. Ilryan has a peculiar talent. The fourth plank of the Republican platform of 1N60 declared: "That the maintenance Inviolate of the right of the states, and especially the right of each state to order and control Us ow n domestic Institutions according to Its own Judgment exclusively, is essential to that balance of powers 011 which the perfection and endurance of our politi cal fabric depends; and we denounce the lawless Invasion, by armed force, of the soil of any stale or territory, no matter under what pretext, as among the gravest of crimes." What wore the condltlcns that Justified this declara tion? The supporters of slavery were seeking to force that Institution upon the territory of Kansas, which was In vaded by armed bands of pro-slavery men from Missouri who went there for the purpose of committing lawless acts and did commit them. The national administration James ltuchauan was president countenanced this lawless invasion of frv territory, which also had the support of the territorial gov ernment. Against this the Republican party earnestly protested. Justly de nouncing It as among the gravest of crimes. There Is no possible relation or similarity between the conditions w hich Justified the enunciation of the plat form of IStiO to which Mr. Rryan re ferred and the circumstance w hich sug gested the declaration of the Chicago platform. In the one case there was law less Invasion of a territory by arm ed bodies of men for the purpose of es. tabllshlng slavery there by force and violence. In the other case a military force, acting under authority of law. was employed to suppress violence and prevent the obstruction of Interstate commerce and the carrying of the malls, and this was not done until It became apparent that the local and state authorities wouli not take proper action against the mob. It is difficult to treat with patience or to characterize as It deserves the attempt of Mr. Rry- an to defend. In the way he did. the declaration of the Chicago platform against the right of the president to enforce federal laws In the sta: 's, but It ought to suggest to every right-minded citizen how hazardous it would be Id ffl m ft r i (trl Greatest Quantity. Highest Smallest Quality. Price. 9 mm objections of Kentucklans to Mr. Bry an's speeches are that he advocates most radical doctrines, which some have Interpreted to mean Insurrection and Internecine strife. We have had enough of that business down our way. I re peat that there Is no reasonable chance that Mr. Bryan Is to carry Kentucky, Mr. Buckner's sentiments are confirmed by the Louisville Courier-Journal, the most influential Democratic paper south of the Ohio River, and by Judge Rich ards, of Louisville, who, tn a letter to Colonel John 8. Hosier, declared he has bad no doubt about the Republicans carrying the state. "If elected I shall," says Bryan, "to "the best of my ability, carry out the "policies set forth In the Chicago plat- "form." Tea. Let that be kept In mind. And what are these policies? I'nlimit- ed coinage of fifty-three cent dollars, with which the wage-earner, the in sloner, the savings-bank depositor, the Insurance policy holder, are all to be paid. Instead of with the one-hundred cent dollars they expect and are en titled to. Abolition of the right of pri vate contract, such as scarcely even the Paris Commune dared to propose before. Packing the supreme court of the t'nited States to do the biddln; of political bosses. Depriving every fed eral court of ihe power to enforce Its decisions. Depriving the government of the I'nlted States of the power to main tain the constitution and execute the laws, so that if a community or stale shall rebel or sectde i.r ;jr-v:it the car rying of the mails or the collection of revenue, the president shall be power less to compel It. Briefly stated, repu diation, socialism, corruption of Justice, nullification, secession, anarchy. Those are "the policies set forth In the Chi cago platform," which Mr. Bryan prom ises to the best of his ability to carry out. chief executive of the republic Hardly less evasive and Impotent Is Mr. Bryan's defense of the attack on the supreme court. No rational man can have any doubt as to what that means. Senator Hill, when the plat form was before the Chicago conven tion, said of this provision that "If It means anything. It means that it is the duty of congress to reconstruct the su preme court of the country. It means the addition of additional members to It. or the turning out of office and re constructing the whole court." and the Xew Tork senator declared that he would not follow any such revolution ary step as that. This Is the view that every great lawyer In this country, re gardless of political affiliation, has tak en of It and it is the only rational view It proposes, as was said by ex-Presl- dent Harrison, "to destroy the balance which our fathers Instituted In our sys tern of government, and whenever 1 tumultuous congress disagrees with the supreme court and a subservient presi dent is in the White House, that the judgment of the court shall be recon slderedand reversed by Increasing the number of Judges and packing the court with men who will decide as con gress wants them to. The gravest danger to Republican In stitutions is Involved in these declara tions of the Chicago platform and their unqualified approval by Mr. Bryin at tests that he is a most unsafe man to place at the head of the government- Omaha Bee. 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M 11,::. 1. ill' Hunt, va n.. i,i"i. 1 ..iw 1.1.1 U. I'-l'.i Il.l7n.-ll' bail,.i. villlle SII.'OI. - ilio 7UI lib', tliillt, vabli' I.-.'..I K rutin' 5..ii. nl'o III, ell brim. I Auu .1 t.ui. bran, value IIHl, anil I'J.M.' i-ani atniiil 1 nntir, 1 .nit. Sl.'.lllk Ik A i'ti I 1MU1 l.l, I. II. int. 1. bin Jll.nll I -.Mm l,l.il bbi ll.mr. V allit I i.1 rtl iil.l- fl.mt .i- rjt. l.nl fli.ttr M bill limit, 7'.r7 lib'i hniir, I'l.litl bill. I.ih.iiii VKSSKLS OX THIS WAV TO OMWON. A MYSTERT. "Aside from the financial delusions "of the Chicago platform, its other fea tures are almost equally objectionable. "It proposes to repudiate in great part "the National debt, to the distress of "thousands, whose email resources are "intrusted to the faith of the Nation, "and to the dishonor of our country In 1 vegetable sources "the eyes of the world; to destroy the "protection we enjoy from the supreme "court of the t'nittd States, tlb' most and How the human system ever recov ers from the bad effects of the nause ous medicines often literally poured into It for the suppositive relief of dys pepsia, liver complaint, constipation, rheumatism and other ailments. Is a mystery. The mischief done by bad medicines is scarcely less than that caused by disease. If they who are weak, bilious, dyspeptic, constipated or rheumatic, would oftener be guided by the experience of invalids who have thoroughly tested Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, they would In every instance obtain the speediest aid derivable from rational medication. This medicine Is a searching and at the name time a thoroughly safe remedy, c! - rive! f;-um and poss-ssinff. In consenur-nce of its basis of pure spirits, properties as a medicinal stimulant not to be found In the fiery local bh- nunoitu, ami in lire iai retion toe lers ana stimulants often reported to "most necessary institution we have;! by th ? debilitated, dyspeptic and lan "to restrain the arm of the National ' guld. "Executive from the represM'm of la v- "less violence, and even from the pr- Colonel f'harles A. liana, editor of "servation of the very agencies of theitn'-' York Sun, after surveying the "government itself; to violate the ob:i-! politU al field, l.a.s advam-ed .Major Mc- "gation arid sanctity or existing eon- i""") ooijoiiiy in .New York slate "tracts and to restrict the freedom of "private contracts in the future. It "seeks, in short, to break down the "dikes which the constitution and the "law of the land have with long and la borious assiduity raised for the de "fense of the common Interests and wel "fare, and to let in upon us the seeth "Ing and polluted flood of communism, "mob law, bankruptcy, repudiation and "anarchy, which it is the chief object of "all civilized governments to exclude." Edward J. Phelps, ex-Minister to England. DEFENSE BY EVASION. In one of his speeches In Brooklyn, N. Y., Mr. Bryan referred to those planks in the Chieago platform which relate to federal interference for preventing obstructions of the laws In the states and the attack on the supreme tourt declarations which have b en condemned by Republicans and Demo crats alike as being essentially revolu tionary. In attempting to defend the former of these planks Mr. Bryan said It was mild In tone when viewed by the side of the plank on the Inviolability of of state rights In the Lincoln platform of 1SC0, and with demagogic audacity declared that "if our platform is wrong from LCO.'j'nj t,, :; io,o.:iX BCCKLE.VS A R.VICA SALVE. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, uicers.salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and pos itive cure for piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satis faction, or money refunded. Price, 25 cents per box. For sale by Charles Rogers, Odd Fellows' building. Every time Bryan speaks he makes sixteen gold votes to one for free sil ver. St. Louis Star. WEAK id! CURED AS IF BY MAGIC. Victim of Lost Manhood fihonM send ti fjru-to for a Imhik ttiutcxiilaffjs liov, lull TiiauJy vior U f-;"-iy, qnffki and jx.-rriaM itly H ll 11 ci iliK tn.ui weakne.M can fori to ljt;oor.; i'.l'. tUrcly nti vi'-''. Bv,k tel.B 1:')'.. 'full Htn-Liafih. ri relopment and tone are mmrt'1. to evr;i portion of the body, fv-nt with iw-hi.-'! proof h (sealed) free to any man on a pplica tiou. ERIE MEDICAL C0M BUFFALO.N, Y. An enthusiastic old-time Kentucky j Now for the llrst time In our history colonel who attended the Ilryan recep- , we have the spectacle of 11 pri-sldon-tlon at Lexington, and who had be-jtlnl candidate unill.gulsedly and with come greatly enthused by the mixture : in. reillld. malice exciting the "tnus.nn" of Bryan and Hourbon Inspiration, against lh "classt-s" In order to gain grasped Mr. Rryan by the hand with; votes which calm argument cannot all the fervor of the most generous Kentucky hospitality, and sahl: "Col onel Pryan. sah. by gad. sah. this was a grand demonstration, sah; alto gether the grandest ever held In Lex ington, sah. since Jumbo was exhibited." reach The Illustrated American. THIS DI8COVERT 8AVED HIS LITE. Mr. O. Calllouette, Druggist, Pravrrs vllle. III., says: "To Dr. Kln a New Dis covery I owe my life Was taken with La Grippe and tried all the physicians How much business can a man do for mile about, but of no avail and waa whose system is In a state of disorder? lvn up and told I could not live. Hmv HH.rh Ik onlv a .vmntom. It la not " r- King1 New Discovery In my a disease. The pain in the head is the sign of rebellion. There have b-.-en tore I sent for a bottle and be gan lta use and from the first dose began to get bettei, ind after using three bottles waa up ai.d about again. It Is worth lta weight in gold. We won't keep store or house without It." Oct a free trial at Chas. Rogers' Drug Store. I mistakes In diet and other abuses. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pel lets are a pleasant, effective renovator and Invlgorator of the stomach, liver and bowels. They ass'st nature with cut 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. P.. V. Pierce, called the "People's Common Sense, to ci'KK . t'OI.11 IN OMI l.V, Medical Adviser," will be sent free for, Take laxative Hromo (Julnlne Tablets. .'Pone-cent stamps to cover cost of j All druggists refund the money If It mailing only. The WorlJ's Dispens- falls to cure. Z'jc. For sale by C'haa. ary Medical Association, No. 663 Main j lingers. Druggist. Street. Buffalo, N. Y. In order to appease Tom Watw.n It Candidate Brysn's car tall tour of Virginia developed a fpist. tiovernor O Farrall came out for Palmer and Puckner. Ex-Governor R. E. McLane of Mary land, a Democrat frequently honuied by his party, says the Chicago Demo cratic convention Is not entitled to re- pect. therefore he announces he will vjte for Major McKinley. Mr. McLane was minister to China under President Pierce, minister to Mexico under Pres ident Buchanan, minister to France un der Cleveland's first administration. and served several terms in congress. may yet be necessary to nominate an other ticket and give him second place on It. New York Press. ronr .11 kii riion am. jhi:. Y.-KK !o. H.-hM WlitT.l Al mi li V i 1 li.rk H.viL ! . . I A MM KM'- lir .iii. li w Woiir; tin Mil a v Hr ilio. l.iii.l(.rui. UAI.I.li- hr fihip liii-li.'iiiM. Kmk! llr iliip S1101 Klre U! I.I V Mi I'm 1.- Hr illlli Itrll.nrf. 'i Br ilni. Kur.-I. ; MM. IIIU IIN- llr l..rk l.lu.ltfii SKWl ASI I.K, .V. S. W llr ill . p i lly of M.ilrx I llr ilni. lUvkil.ifil.., RIO PK JANKIKil- Hr 1I1I11 K'.y.l lieorgti I Hr li.rk lileinltun llr lir Iter I SWAX.hKA- llr lurk t'olombut TABI.K ll Y- Hr lrk l'liirm ('Hi'! YiiKhIIAMa- livr ihlp lie irleit ! llr drainer Ail. He Print'!'! llr ali t ti II11U..11 IUI11 CAI'K Ti.WN llr ihlt. PurlirtilKfi I HM Ilrililp Peleui! COI.UMHK. I'K.VI.'iS. I llr ihli. C'lly or llnl.Hiiitli.il Hr ihlp K.w.ii Hill J MAfKITIIS- llr li.rk PriMyou . SIMiAPUKK- tr ihln im-nllHl II AM. 111- Aul ii'hn4.ner I mil. Hr ihlp l'iiii)li li AliKl.Allir.- Hr li.rk A.torl t ... i.r "Iiiii Mi-lmiopi'l MilNTKVIHKil Hr ihip l oenl.y llitll . I'nltr I1HIK- llr ihlp Purl i.rkoll HiiKniiAri:- . m n'hr furrier Pove SANTA ltl"Sl.l -Hr liii VortUerii B A II I A- Hr ihlp province! IIIAiiii- hr li.rk Jnv! BANI'i.- Hr lilp i .uibrl.n Priuren 1 ITI Hr lll. IVllllleille.t j IAITAIX. ! I.llell 'In teilieu . Hutler Norrli, irtllioll P ... Hi.Miiion . II to.. ., I'0IIIKI I. UVi .J ul Sullen , H.l.o . I I'f.llli.ll CVRE FOR HEADACHE. As a remedy for all forms of Hendache, Electric 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 urge all who are afflicted to procure a bottle, and give this remedy a fair trial. In cases of habitual constipation tiecino Bitters cures by giving the heedi d tone to the bowels, and few cases long resist the use of this medicine. Try Fifty cents. Drug Store. ROYAL Baking Powder has been awarded highest honors at every world's fair where exhibited. Peeople w ho have been hoarding g"ld for a rise may as well bring It out und put It Into circulation. There will be no rise, because there will be no IB to 1 free coinage law. Chi. ago Times-Herald. and $1.00 at Chas. It once. Rogers' Ctionli' constipation is a painful, dis agreeable and life-shortening dl.'lli ulty. It dorang'S the system, causes sick headache, bad breath, and poisons the I blood. It can be- readily overcome by De Witt's Lit:!' Early Risers. Tin-so Utile pills are gr-at n-faraturs. ( nail s Rogers. , Mi.rp Urimilii . Meelrj . r.nit.rl , H.lliitv . HolKrtoll . . iruule.. . M.U..H . Herlllnnn Atlderion . Howluili.H.. Mi lli. lil'u . . Sli..l.u.l .... . Mi IV. 1. 1. 1. ... . M litis . ..I'yott r..ley . 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Jnu .H, p""t I'uiliHVi'il Jan -.".'N', InW M.r'.'l. ifiS, :i'.w; .liiii.. a, TN .'TV June 11. i -iieil l.lxinl . tin d.ile. 111 B.l)' of nin ny: Juno in, .1; N, W W TOTAL UN HKKKIIKNCKH Jilltw tith, 'Jl .'I I Irou 1 W. Into Klo de Janeiro prior In July will hsve 10 illu hsrsi. p.n nirsiii'i. An 4. mlil ) Inn. ul rsiKU. i.lli-d K.ln Auk, 18. Sew York.. Adilnlle... Alio. II. y . A nlwerp .., Horn liny .. .. r.li.o Colombo. .. I'.I."..WII ruin ... a.m: I.:ti. 1 i.i i.'iiM j.".'i .i.tii ... .-.i !.lveriool . Mii.iriliui . Mi'lliiirni' . M.nlevl.le Hrlliane . Ilitkoihlte Ili.'Kil .... HhI.Ii 4.-JM i.'ji. ! 1 ,ir ;i ...!.". M.', THIC WAY. Nenemle, NSW 1 m I TsWe By Kin ile Jeiu-ro 3,J V.'k.iliKiii. .I.TIl I l.l'H, Toul ".',' M.me Huh. imkV. .'2.I.U I Hnuie tliu. IWI.. I ii I siiiK.iior. SweliM'. Shntiuli.l Port I'lrle S.nln Homltn ...4,110 . !, . "l.t.H l.tmi 1 hiiiih V:'JJ re,!',: Xi ;-. Vic-I'rsiih-nt lir-'Okn, of th; iVnn- ivanla railrfal. In a Hpnt-ch at Trre Haut-.. In-1., last ThurHiay. chHllenrl the silvr ny wlu-at; t- sutHtantlat itH hariff that thf company was coring ts Tiiloy"sP prorrilsiniT that th; com pany woui'l hf-ur ih" expw.H' n pros- wutfon if its charK? wp. ii.st;i.n-I in 'jijrt. i Pi? ll 11 fl-n.-jvlsvinrfj . T' r niatotiliii . S int"-, u 11 n ; it r I nni w iit'i- ii-ii, irriiAiiMii t-r u i.-r- rViU ( 'iiUmn tl tl ff t'l i ' U fti'Mll ' irFilsSCHlM" Tl. lrn.. .N.'riMtrillrnt. I) . I'M, I t-ll'l. I' I 1 111. i.r 3 l"llh, i.7 ' Cin ulitr ii' uii rtitiifAiv. Jt-.-flf I. I l-i'l AtB UiiriL' f4 WY rX. Are You Be sure and eee that your ticket reeds via T HE NORTH-WESTERN LINE. Tom Watson lias ln. ii wither sil.-nt for Torn-In the last few days. The Thau her letter and oilier fores are I helping Tom unite a bit. H.-iltlinore American. OASTOniA. f'olor.el Alex'indei ft -ran editor of tli inlelphia Times. In K. Mef'lure, the Democratic I'hil- an Interview, pub- ll 91 liiihed or: the day ilryan was In the Quaker f'lty staked his judgment on the .n-dletlon that the- city of Philadelphia would give 100,000 maority against free silv-r. Many political speakers, clergymen, singers, and others who use the voice excessively, rely upon upon One Minute Cough Cure to prevent husklness and laryngitis. Its value as a preventive Is only equalled by Its power to afford In stantaneous relief. Charles Itogers. The report that Colonel Henry Wat- teison was on his way to this country to participate In the campaign Is ire mature. The DjulxvillK Courier Jour nal states that he Is In Switzerland. C ASTORIA For Infants and Children. tot fu- lmlli Of iiirr VTAppM. Perhaps Senator Hill thinks that the Demo, rats who do not like Mr. Thatcher will vote for the platform, ubile th iso w ho do not like the plat form will vote for Mr. Thatcher. Washington Star. They are ho little you hardly know you are taking them. They cuiise no griping, yet they act quickly and most thoroughly. .Such are the farnoua little pills known as De Witt's I.lttle ICarly Itlsers. Small In size, great In results. Charles Kogers. One of liryan's little platform tricks Is fj declare that he has nothing to say, ami then V) prove It by talking for an hour without saying anything. Commercial Advertiser. Many lives of usefulness have been cut short by neglect to break up an ordinary cold. Pneumonia, bronchitis, and even conMiirnpt ion ciin b' averted by the prompt use of One Minute Cough Cure. Charles lingers. Parties desiring the best of Job printing at the lowest prices should call at the Astoria Job office before going elsewhere. SEASIDE SilWIKlbb. A complete stock of lumber on hand In i he ,ugb or dressed, flooring, rus tic, celling, nrnl all kinds of finish, mouldliiKS end shingle; also brackei work done to order Terms rnntoiinl.li and p-lces at bedrock All order, promptly anointed lo. 1 nib e and yaiil at mill. II. I.. UkiaN. I'rop'r. Hea.ide, Oregon iiiaa Signature Is printed Id BLUE diagonally across the OUTSIDE wrapper ' J JJ o every 1 7 bottle of I , the Original I n fy .ndOenulne) j V 1 .Worcestershire SAUCE Aa a farther protection mgnlnst all Imitation. ' Agents for the United States, JOHN DUNCAN'5 SONS. N. Y WHUN IN POItTLANn Tall on Jno. 1 V Ifnnrllov , On ThIM Rtrftct. And 1 get the Dally Astorlan. Visitors need not miss their morning paper while there. ! kr ul urn muju. CHICAGO. ST. I 'AUL, MINNEAPOLIS and DM All A RAILWAYS. This Is the 9 RE AT SHORT LINE . Petween DUJLUTH. ST. PAUL, CHICAGO And all Points East and South. Their Magnificent Track, Peerless Ves tlbuled Dining and Bleeping Car Trains and Motto: ALWAYS ON TIME " Have glwm this road a national reputa tion. All classes of passengers carried on the vestlbuled trains without extra charge. Hhlp your freight and travel over this famous line. All agents have tickets. W. 11. MEAD, F. C. SAVAGE, den. Agent. Trav. P. and P. Agt. 248 Washington st. Portland. Or. Prfclehrat fm I'nftLli fllSMail RniB4. ENNYHUYAL PILLS . ":r.r ' r" -a.i UriicM i"r (THrkftirs Kndtfk Dm , mottmt tlrnt hi Hf4 W,i Gold Dirtallle' iieit '.! with Mm. rililnn. TniLst Ann olh-r k'fuu dunarrnut rtthttittL. iivniana tmtuuiont At urtiff iMf, r $am. In itainrsi f'.r rtb'uiari, inunwalale tod 'kvlli-r for r.B !," in Uttfr, Ttnn r Mall. JO.tHMi T irnnnlMli. Nnmt Pnm rata O.R&N. tllVEH CIIOIOB OK -2- TRAflSGOUTIiNEJlTAIi ROUTIiS. Via Spokant and St. Paul Via Ogden, Denver and Omaha or St. Paal Pullman and Tourist Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars Astoria to Sao Francisco. Suite uf Cal. Pnturdny, Hepl. S. t'olutiibla, Thursday, Hept. 10, Stale of Cal. Tuesday, Hept. 11 Culuiiibla, Huiiduy, K. il :'0. Slate of Cal. Friday, Sept. :5. Ciiluinbla, WiHincsday, Sopt. 30. Slate of Cal.. Monday. Oct. 5. Columbia, Saturday, Oct. 10. Astoria and Portland Steamers. T J. POTTKIt. I'avi Astoria Tuesdays, Thursday! and Saturdays at ( a. m l.i-uvp Port land Mondays, Wednesdays, and Krl days at 7 a. in. IIAII.KV OATZKHT. Leaves A.tnrta Tusdnys, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 p. m. Leave Port land Mondays, Wednesdays. Fridays and Sunday at 8 p. m. . It. THOMPSON. leaves Astoria Mondays, Wednes days, Friday and Sunday at 7 p. m. .caves Portland Tuesdays, and Thurs day at 8 p. in., and Saturday at 11 p. m. TICLKPIIONIC Leave Astoria Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at t a. tn. I.vuve Portland Tuesdays, Thursdays und Saturday at 7 a. in. For rale and general Information call on or dirr O. W. LOttNHIIKItrtT, Agent. W. II. Himi.lltJRT, Oen. I'm. Agt., Portland, Or. K. McNi:iLL, President and Manager. WHITE COLLAR MINE Astoria and Portland Telephone leaves Astoria Monday, Wednesday mid Friday nun nliiir at II iu m. Leave Portland Tuesday, Thurs day am) Saturday at 7 a. in. Pnlliy (lulzert leaves Astoria Wed nesday, Friday and Sunday night at 7 p. m. Leaves Portland Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday nights at N p. in. O, H. and N. Co.'s stennicrs T. J. Potter runs alternate days with Tclu phone, and It. It. Thompson runs al ternate days with Halley Oatz.Tt. Tickets good on all boats. V. II. SCOTT. President K. A. Seeloy, Agent, Portland. C. V. Hlone, Agent, Astoria. Telephone No. 11, S. Frffman, IiIp of rrrfman ft Hulim. H. T. tAkin, lilt ul Stiiiklon, Cal. H!l IRON IRKS FOUNDRYHEN Blacksmiths, Machinists and Holler Makers M,MKS..1V- fll1 Kinds o! Machinery Iron and Brass Costings Uunornl Blacksmith Work SPRCIALTIES-W.lrh P.it,nl ;Whel, Ship Smllhlnit and Sliambuat Work, Cannery and Mill Marhlmry. Marin, and Slitlonary Boll, ri Built tu OrJif . Spwlallytqulppid for liiRierl' work CurrripunJnct xilkll.d i8th and Franklin. Phone 78