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THE DAILY ASTOMAX, Till IwSD.VY MOIIMXU, OCTOHKU 8, I81N(.
gaily glototiitu. JOHN T. LIGHTED, Editor. Telephone No. tt. TKltMS OK HlBSCKIPriON. DAILY. Pent by mall, per jttf Pent by mall, per month Delivered by carrier, per month .$.00 . .50 . .15 WEEKLY. Sent by mail per year, In advance, pontiles free, to subscribers. All communication Intended for publi cation should be directed to the tdltor. Business communications ot all kln.1i and remittances must be addressed to Ths AMortan. The Aatorian guarantees to Its sub scribers the largest circulation of any Mwspaper published on the. Columbia .hrer. 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 Fortland Oregontan. the largest weekly circulation In the state, J no. F. Handley at Co., art our Port land agent, and copies of The Astorlan sua be had every morning at their stand, 124 Third street. Klncaldism In Colorado has an ad yantage over Its free silver prototype In Oregon. There an ostensible com pliance with law enables It to benefit ltryan at the expense of MoKlnley, while here a formal construction of the law by the state' appointed legal advis er haa to be overriden In order to ac complish the same object. While the perpetrators of both these cowardly acts of official turpitude and dishonor equally deerve the scorn and contempt f decent people, we feel Infinitely lees patience and tolerance for the Oregon brand of injustice than that of Colorado. After free coinage Is (rotten through and It Is discovered that wheat at a dollar a bushel in silver will buy no more coffee, sugar, boots and shoes, cloth and furniture than wheat at 50 cents a bushel In gold, says the National Tribune, what will be the financial shy sters' next scheme? Probably to Insist that we have put the chains of financial slavery around our necks by adopting the English bushel That 60 pounds to the bushel Is the badge of servility to foreign blood-suckers, and that we are big enough and strong enough to have a bushel of our own of only 30 pounds. This will be Just as rational as the pres ent agitation. Hon. Wm. Buehrweln, state commis sioner of labor statistics. In Ohio, lias compiled some statistics from the rec ords of his and other departments, showing the effects free silver would have on the members of building and loan associations. He finds that the building associations of Ohio are sup ported by 179,954 persons, 77 per cent of whom are wage earners; that Is, In round numbers, 210,000 wage earners In this one state have put savings into building associations. Therefore, Mr. Ruehrweln concludes that If these wage-earners are Interested in the ag gregate assets of the associations in the ratio they have to the number of persons Interested, "then their Interets in the assets amounts to 170.000.000 of the total assets of the associations, amounting to f92.0O0.0O0. There Is J7S. 000.000 loaned on mortgages, and of this sum there belongs to the wage-earners, on the supposition made, S60.000.000. All of the mortgage debt has been made within a few years, and under the pres ent standard of currency." Mr. Ruehrweln wonders how these 210,00 wage earners would like to get their deposits back in currency worth only half that In which the loans were made to the borrowing members. His researches show that these 210, 000 wage earners were receiving last year an average dividend of 6 per cent, and he would ask them If they think that In the turmoil, distress, confusion and prostration attending a change of standard they would be likely to re ceive increased dividends. He calls attention to the estimate "that these 210,000 wage earners constitute a quar ter of the voting population of the state and not only that, but there are women and children among them, all of whom would suffer from the adoption of free silver." DISCOUNTING THE P.ESCLT. The growing belief that the Republi can party will be successful in the No vember election Is having a salutary effect upon business. In the East a number of mills and factories have re sumed operations and preparations are making for the resumption of others. Of course a great many manufacturers are still disposed to be cautious and await the result of the election, but all the reports show that confidence Is re turning and distinctly indicate a gen eral resumption of industrial activity Immediately following the election of McKin.'ey. The free silver people talk of opening the mills as beginning at the top to restore prosperity and urge that the true course Is to begin at the bottom by opening the mints, but there can be no doubt as to how practical men will view the matter." They will see in industrial resumption and the larger employment of labor the certain ty that more money will be put Into circulation, that the purchasing power of the people will be increased, that more products will be consumed and that all classes of the people will be benefited. And this will come about peacefully and naturally, because it is Indeed building up from the bottom, since, as Major McKinley has said, in dustry must come first. When the in dustries are active, and all the labor of the country Is employed, when confi dence is restored and capital is no long er afraid to Invest, It will be found that there Is an abundant supply of money to do business, for then the accumulat ed stores of Europe will be at our com mand and hundreds of minions of for eign capital will seek investment here. Since th inflow of gold commenced, a few weeks ago, there has been re ceived about 50,000,000 and there is more coming. The London correspondent of the New York Tribune reports that It is generally expected the gold drain from Kurip will continue dining October and says: "That American credit Is rising steadily as the assurance of Prynn's defeat becomes more certain Is shown by the firmness of I'nlted State railway" snares," which are expected to advance sharply after McKlnley's election. This means that Republican survosa will bring millions here for In vestment In our securities, thus adding largely to our available capital. What man with common sense will turn his back upon this bricht prospect and give his support to a policy which would in evitably bring panic and disaster? "I admit that the adoption of free "sliver would cause a panic, but the "country requires a drastic dose of "medicine. Desperate diseases so;ne "tlmeti require heroic remedies."-Master William Jennings ltryan. "I hold the disturbance of the mca "ure of value, the means of payment "and exchange or any derangement of "the currency to be one of the most "unpardonable of political faults. He "who tampers with the currency robs "labor of Its bread. He panders, In "deed. to greedy capital, which is "keen-sighted, and may shift for ltscif ; "but he beggars labor, which Is honest, "unsuspecting, and too busy with the "present to calculate for the future. "The prosperity of the working classes "lives, moves, and haa Its being In ee "tabllshed credit, and a steady rat "dium of payment. All sudden changes "destroy It. Honest Industry never "comes In for any part of the spoils "In that scramble which takes place "when the currency of a country is "disordered. Did violent fluctuations "ever do good to him who depends on "dally labor for his daily bread? Cer tainly never. All these things may "gratify greediness for sudden gain, by "the rashness of daring speculation "but they can bring nothing but In. "Jury and distress to the homes of pa "tient Industry and honest labor. Who "are they who profit by such a state "of things? They are not the many. "but the few. They are speculators, "brokers, dealers In money, and lend "era of money at exorbitant Interest. "Small capitalists are crushed, their "means dispersed In various parts of "the country, and. such a miserable "policy having destroyed exchanges. "they have no longer either money or "credit. All classes of labor partake, "and must partake. In the same ca lamity." Daniel Webster. IF YOU HAD A FRIEND About to visit some section of country where malarial disease, either In the form of chills and fever or bilious re mittant was particularly rife, what would be about the best advice you could gl e him. We will tell you to carry along or procure on arriving, that potent medicinal safeguard, Hostetter'i Stomach Bitters, known throughout malaria plagued regions, here and in other countries, as the surest means of disarming the miasmatic scourge, and robbing It of its fell destructive Influ ence. Not only does It fortify the sys tem by Increasing its stamina, but over comes Irregularity of digestion, the liv er and the bowels, and counteracts the unfavorable effects of over-exertion, bodily and mental, exposure in rough weather, or occupation too sedentary or laborious, lies ot appetite and exces sive nervousness. The functions of ali mentation, bilious secretion and sleep have In it a most powerful and relia ble auxiliary. Dispatches to the New York World show that betting on election results continues slow In the principal cities. Odds of two to one are offered on Mc Kinley, but few large bets have been recorded. An offer of $20,000 even money on McKinley was made at Detroit Sat urday without takers. An offer to bet 110,000 to 15,000 on McKinley has been posted at Indianapolis. A HOUSEHOLD TREASURE. D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharle, N. Y., says that he always keeps Dr. King's New Discovery In the house and his fam ily has always found the very best re sults follow its use; that he would not be without It, If procurable. G. A. Dyke man, Druggist, Catsklll, N. Y., says that Dr. King's New Discovery is undoubtedly the best Cough remedy; that he has used It In his family for eight years and It has never failed to do all that is claimed for It. Why not try a remedy so long tried and tested. Trial bottles free at Chas. Rogers' drug store, Kegular size !m and J1.00. How fine it makes you feel to be a-"ked by a friend to select something for her new gown and then find that she returned it the next day. Tetter, ecz'.-ma, and all similar skin troubles are cured by the use of De Witt's Witch Hazel Halve. It soothes at once, End restores the tissues to their natural condition, and never falls to cure piles. Charles Rogers. It is noticeable that the women golf players lack freedom In swinging the club. De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve Is an an tiseptic, soothing and healing applica tion for burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, etc., and cures piles like magic. It Instantly Btops pain. Charles Rogers. Isn't It awful to encounter a bibulous gentleman on the cars whose friendly Instincts prompt him to converse with everyone within earshot? FAILING MANHOOD General end Nervous Debility. Y?'&kn(!i of Bo! 7 and Miivi, KiTfcts of Errors or Kice--.-' In Old c Voutifc. Hnli'ict, Nobly ?IttiilKjfl 1 y Ittr'i r 'I, How to hilfirie nnl rl;'(lt;t,. Portions of Hod. Alwlt.tely tin fHilinprnorjieTnaitinent. Uene.ais in a flay. run Ti htntcfl c.na horein Countries. Fend for )fcrA,V e Vxik, tit plumitioa aiul proofti, uutilui (se iiedf f rue. ERIE MEDICAL CO., Bufalo.N.Y. Alert letlfv fr v; . v. K ! . . - r X-ri&SSfl P LU The umpire now decides BATTLE AX" is not decidedly bigger in size than ct?.z- 0 cent piece of tobacco, but the quality is the finest he ever sa vV, and the flavor delicious. You will never know just how good it is until you try it. l:, Southern manufacturers are against free silver by a large majority. This Is Indicated by a canvass made by the Manufacturers' Record of Raltlmore. Of 150 replies received, 124 were against the Democracy's platform Running through the most of the letters, says the Record, Is the idea that If silver wins we shall have the won't panic ever known. The full Intensity of living Is reached only by the perfectly healthy. Sick ness discounts the capacity for enjoy ment. If his body is all out of order and run down, he will not be able to enjoy anything, no matter how full of enjoyment It may be for other people. If he is Just a little bit out of order, if he "Is not sick, but doesn't feel Just right" he will only be able to enjoy things In a half-hearted sort of a way. The nearer he Is to being perfectly well. the nearer will his capacity for en.loy- j ment he perfect. If this condition doesn't exist, something ought to !e 1 done. That means, nine cases in ten. i the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical j Discovery. Its works perfectly on the , , . .L . , , .. . jiKfue ursiiiis, aim on me ooHm. ana tnrougn these on every tissue of the i body. It makes the appetite good, illg-s- j tlon and nutrition perfect, and supplies j rich, red blood to all the tissues, build- ! lng up solid, healthful flesh. Send 21 cents in one-cent stamps to W orld s Dispensary Medical Associa tion, Buffalo. N. Y., and receive Dr. Pierce's 1008 page "Common Sense Medical Adviser," profusely Illustrated. There are now seven presidential tickets In the field, viz.: McKinley and Hobart, Republican; Bryan and Sewall. free silver Democratic: Palmer and Buckner, gold Democratic; Bryan and WatFon, Populist; Levering and John- con, Prohibitionist, and Malchett and Maguire, Socialist. DID YOU EVER Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your troubles? If not, get a bottle now ana get relief. This medicine has been found to be peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure of all Female Complaints, exerting a wonderful direct Influence In giving strength and tone to the organs. If you have Loss of Appetite, Constlpntlon, Headache, Fainting Spells, or are Ner vous, Sleepless, Excitable, Melancholy, or troubled with Dlizy Spells, Electric Bitters is the medicine you need. Health and Strength are guaranteed by Its use. Fifty cents and 11.09 at Chas: Rogers' Drug Store. Greenberiy I'.right. of Stanford, Ky., aged 1)3, a prominent and wealthy farmer, who has voted the Democratic ticket since 'wayba' k, announces In the Louisville Courier-Journal that he will cast his first Republican ballot for Mc Kinley. BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve In the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulccrs.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, 2S cents per box. For sale by Charles Hogers, Odd Fellows' building. It is well to Inform the superstitious young mother that to allow her baby to look Into a mirror before It Is a year old means all sorts of misfortunes for her future. It certainly means disaster to the glass If It is permitted to hold it. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. arf trrtipu. rs ?-i : - I 1 r A I II I i "Judgment!!" " that only any The Watertown N. Y.I Dally riatette was one of the first pap-rs In the Into i tor of the state to espouse the cause of ,ree silver. It suspended publica tion last week owing to lack of support. ROYAL Baking Powder has beta awarded highest honors at every world's air where exhibited. The oldest Democratic paper In Illi nois, the Qulncy Dally Herald, Is late In turning, but It announces finally that It can support Bryan no longer. TO Cl'KK A COLD IN ONE KAY. Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money If it falls to cure. 25c For sale by Chas. Rogers, Druggist. President Hill of the Great Northern road says per cent of the employes of the company are opposed to free sil ver. OABTOtllA, , Tktfu- i Hal li n tty tlmtajs Forty thousand Is the minimum publican majority predicted by campaign managers In Indiana. He ine i fe. want Is that gnawing at the I stomach after you have eaten a full meal, and can't eat any more, and yet there Is that feeling as though you had eaten nothing. What Is wanted then is a dose of Simmons Liver Regulator, the best Dyspepsia cure, for that s what that gnawing means. "Simmons Liver Regulator Is all that Is recom mended fur Indigestion." A. It. Dyche, London, Ky. XX'hy Is It the fair matlnee-gocr ai ways Insist, that the leading man and woman are madly In lnye with each other? In nine rase out of ten they do not speak w hen off the stage. C'honle constipation Is a painful, dl agreeable and lif.-shortenlng diftlrulty. It deranges the system, causes sick headache, Lad hrenth, and iiolsons the blood. It can be readily overcome by ! xxitt's Little Early Risers. These little pills are Kr, Rogers. at regulators. Charles Ex-S -nHtor Washburn of Mlnnnesoi predicts a majority of from SD.OoO : tO.OuO for sound money in that ttat i. liny are so llttl- you hardly know luting mem. i h y cause no griping, yet they act quickly nnd most thoroughly. Kuch are the famous little pills known as De Witt's Little Early Lis-. Small in size, great In results. Charles Hogers. Thirty tiioiis ind sound money badges were distributed In Minneapolis for the Coekran meeting last week. Many lives of usefulness have been cut short by neglect to break up an ordinary cold. Pneumonia, bronchitis, and even consumption can be averted by the prompt use of One Minute Cough Cure. Charles Hogers. On base ball days half the men pres ent at the grounds are accompanied by girls In fetching costumes who know a thing or two about the game as well. Many political speakers, clergymen, singers, and others who use the voice excessively, rely upon upon One Minute Cough Curo to prevent huskln-ss and laryngitis. Its value as a preventive Is only equalled by Its power to afford In stantaneous relief. Charles Hogers. Ths best chemical compound for wash ing powder Is "Boap Foam,-' as It will not "yellow the clothes," nor burn the hands. It's the finest thing In the world for the bath. One trial will convince you. 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Flooring, rus tic, celling, and all kinds of tlnlah: mouldings snd shingles; also bracket work done to order. Terms reaaonahls and prices at bedrock. All orders promptly attended to. Oftlce and yard at mill. II. F. L. LOU AN, Prop'r. Reatlde, Oregon. PrTtM.-.l, r', l iiclUb Plaaiaail Rraaa ENHYeSaiVAL PILLS W "rlcinnl and llnlj Vilnx. I'rg;.'lt w f'tktra ttihjtuh Out moW llr- .In UA Uiil U-U Btrtftllla' I'Mir i -.j w iiri Llua rlhUm. Take ou ollit-r. U'fHir danaTuua tniasdiu Itfn lri'i irnifrt(ln. At llf tt(lil41, ttr MBj 4, In laini't for i.irtlrulsri. ( rs 1 1 moot 4x1 d4 " HfU f fnr f.mtUfm,' in truer, tj nttant .nat I. i m.ifim. i iiiniintsjis. it am nwtr (SlehMlfKl Ltmii.ml 1 M .i)ImIU..m. auiA k- i .i i. ' i.lu.j: 17 Beaver Hill Gilman Coal ...Try It For Family or Steam Purposes. CLEAN... Reasonable In Price ELMORE, SANBORN & CO. Agents, A i tor fit. H M tXM W lltlllr'. 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Julv .limn 'til v June Allftill l July ii.. .VM1 !.. R k '.". ai.in i.'annrk i WAV TO OHKOOX. pat ul't na ha ra. l'ON!oKlca. IIT .VI A 1 1 :tx ini.xi IhM IUUAI I4HJ l UklAl Sulluli A Hi-eliD , Hat four, Ciilhrle A Co lit ,'tV. i,i Mey.r. XV. A i'u : Balluur, liullirlr A t'n HJ HtlAI iu: lui A I I ixn ihiai . MIA ll.i.XI . .i- mitt . IJ.-7 .. I 1 .H IU0A1 JIHM nil 1 1 I I li 1IUAI '1770 Hal four. iluihriaA I'u I'urllaml riour Mlllt l ayltir, Yuu if A l'. VI .lib AAI HlltaonA Krr.. ' I JlJW llMAI . , ' i 7j : m Amlemiu . HI IIOAI . knarlauilt Imy imM XteUlirhl'u . 'iT 1U0A1 J H l amvrou A I'o ..! si aid. . . In.'. ixl .'I7 HtlAI llalf.'iir. amhrlr A I'u Jaa Ul'llaw A t'o . IW.X lAI I .: HtX 1711 III) A I . i.ll . Jim llMAI Hltiii'ton I. inn Ler i'o Haifniir, i,ulhrl A I'o H'.l' llAl lux IWAI IWtjMUAt '.I.TJ IIIOAt . I.iinlvall M' Am. Traillim Co ., '.'Hit 1'tl M lir.', IU0AI I4i IUUAI I.V.I lit) ll llU AAI jll'.aj HKHI ;lW WO A I t Iron 1 XX'. lutti III" de Janeiro n Juna l.lh. '.11V, ! prior to .lulv 4 111 have to itlaeliarutt part m ralilo. Ailf. 4 I tailed attain Auk. THIC WAY. ulil .IMI ton. of cargo, 18. f Sewraatle, NSX' .Vl Hlo de Jeuero 3.A w HluKapnre l.Ttn j SweiiHea I.bn Mliauirhal V'.UiV Purl I'irlrt. li.l.tt Sanla Kotalla. ... J.mi i lattoei l,.t'iO Talile Hty . . X'okuhaiua. . .Alio Total rtl.Mt) Kama time H'tX 74.A.U Same Hum HUM 4u.;il i 1 T n (i()lll( I jl tJ 1011 Ii sure and sea that your ticket read via THE NORTH-WESTERN I line:. -thai- CHICAGO. ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS and OMAHA RAILWAYS. This 1 th. QUE AT SHORT LINE Between DULUTH, ST. PAUL, CHICAGO And all Points riant and' South. Their Magnificent Track, Peerless Ves tlbuled Dining and Bleeping Car Trains and Motto: "ALWAYS ON TIME " Have given this road a national reputa tion. All classes of passengers carried on the vestlbuled trains without extra charge. Ship your freight and travel over this famous line. All agents have tickets. W. H. MEAD, F. C. SAVJiOK, Oen. Agent. Trav. P. and P. Aft 248 Washington St., Portland, Or. WHEN IN PORTLA ND Call on Jno. F. Handley A Co., 124 Third street, and get the Dally Atorlan. Visitors need not miss their morning paper while there. Ml$l$TH8.).rfi. RIIII'I'Ma. I'oiLlanil I'iiitir Mlllt Ilitlleur, lliilliiln ft t'. tt i. : t i Mal'l ki in r ji'riiViu" III La 4.1 I- Ill 14.,..., A'l Hi M , All In .. ... I'I 111. Wil . A' I 17. Oil ,4:1 la Ill 14... . , I I I All IK A'l IW Al L , , il 17a A.I I I IK Hi) ill La M il i.m ml I I 7. . il lit Mai il 17a Oil il I il I ! 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P l! rlt'V 'or I'u Ilalliiiir, lluilirie A I'u hlitaini A kurr Hal our, Oullirle A I t , Piirllaml ' l uir Mlllv . . ... I'i'K nvalnr r H.il'uur. til tit la. A i , I'liillaiKl IL iir Mlila llaKuur, lliniirin Alt .1 It I'aiui'ri'ii A I'i. iiIivhi A K"rr I' I' Kietalnr I'u , .1 II II lu.". in A I n 11I1.011 A Kerr .., . Piirilitud H.'iir Mill A Hern Ilallunr, llmliile A I'u n ti e .I K I'ainartm A t'u llnUotii, iluilirle A i'u . I'lirtlami, Kluiir Mlllt, I' (! Klevaiitt I'U ,. Hlliaou A Kerr ifl) Hevaliif I'u Slhaon A Kit r I H rauii'Mii A I'u . IWil.ii.l Kluiir Mlllt siliioii A Keir II ill.'iir, tor lirle A I'u A Her J It '. iilertiu A I'u . .. I' r Klevamr i'u Hall'iur, liuiliilp A l u. . fur' laud Kluiir Ml la . Il.lfnui. il'illirla A i'u .... Million A Kerr Malduir liuihr e A n Niiiaiai A Krrr I It i 'am- urn A I'u . , Ilalliiiir, liulline A t o..... J It I'allieitui A cti...,HM lia'dul., i.iuhrlt A I'u .... li'il'fV nr, iluihrlo i'u .... . ) It raiuoritii A I'u I'xriland Kluiir Mill. ., Kllta i t A Kerr , I'all.uir. i nil li rle A l it a; 4I,0 "ai.i'tti M ;u m im IKi.ItU Dl.lkai 4IUU "':'i,iti'' M.ltU :-",ii 77,:aai 4: ittt .J.KO is.au .i,ttk) 7ivg . ttwiiara M il . il , ll it).... li.itti JU.Ut) Slli-.ui A Krrr I M l 'AI." HJW l.lil. rlinir, talua IM.mi O.R&K uivKri rjioicK or MaS TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTES. Via Spokane and St. Paul Via Ogden, Denver and Oroaba or St. Paul Pullman and Tourist Sleepers Free Reclining Cbalr Cars Astoria to Sao Franoisoo. Huilo of ChI Huturdny, Hept. J. Columbia, Thursday, Hept, 10. HI ate of Cat. Tu. aday. H.-pt. IS. ('o)uinbla. Sunday, Hept. :o. Hlate of I'al. Krlday. Pept. 2b. t'olunibln, Wednesday, Kept. JO. Htatn of ('ui , Monday, Oct. S. I'olumbla. HnluriUy, Oft. 10. Astoria and Portland Steamen. T. J. I'OTTKH. Leave Astoria Tueadaya, Tluimdays and Hatunlays at 6 a. m. j.euve I'ort land .M.mdiiya, XX'itlnesdays, and Fri days at 7 a. m. It. It. TIIOMPHnN. Leave Astoria Tumlnya. Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 p. m. I-ave Port land Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at I p. m. IIAILKY OAT7.KHT. Leaves Astoria Mondays, Wednes day". Fridays and Sundays at 7 p. m. Leaves Portland Tuesdays and Thurs days at i p. in., and Saturdays at 11 p. m. TKLKPIIONK T Leave Astoria Mondays, XX'ednesdayi and Frldnya at 6 a. m. Leave Portland Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. tu. For rates and general Information call on or address a. w. LoiiNsnKimT. Agent W. Jl. lltItLllimT. Oen. Pas. Agt., Portland, Or. K. Mi NKILL, rrt-sldent and Manager. WHITE COLLAR LINE TELEPHONE ANlfBAILEY GATZERT Astoria and Portland Telepliono leaves Aslorla Monday, Wednesday and Friday nioinlng at ( a. m. leaves Portland Tuexdny, Thurs day and Saturday at 7 n. in. llnlley (iuUert leaves Antorla Wed nertday, Friday itml Stindiiy night St 7 p. m. Leaves I'ort land Tuemlay, Thursday anil Saturday nights at 8 p. m. O. It. and N. Co.'s steamers T. J. Potter runs alternate days with Tele phone, and It. n. Thompson runs al ternate days with Ilalley tlalzert. Tickets good on all boats. U. n. SCOTT, President R. A. fleeley, Agent, Portland. C. W. Stone, Agent, Astoria. Telephone No. 11. Frufman. late of Frt.man ft Hnlroai. T. Eaki s. lata of Stockton, Cal. FOUNDRYHEN Blacksmiths, Machinists and Boiler Makers M,nurp.r,Xo? I" Kinds ol IWaehinery Iron and Brans Cutrl Ooneral Blacksmith Work S PECIALTIRS - XVrkh Pat.nl '.Wheel, Ship Smithing and StramlKtat Work. Cann.ry and Mill Marhln.rv. Marina anil Ki.ilnn-r., nnil. art Built tn Ontrr, COLUMBIA IN WORKS Specially .qulppad for lnfi;frt' work Correapond.net iolkll.d 8th and Franklin. Phone 78