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THE DAILY ASTOMAN', FiUDAY MORNING, OCTORKlt 18.16.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor. Telephone No. tS. TKKM8 OF Sl HMtHlfriON". DAILT. Sent by mall, per yetr W.00 Sent by mall, per month 50 Delivered by carrier, per month.... .45 WEKKLT. Bent by mall per year, tJ In advance, postage free, 10 subscribers. All communication Intended for publl eaUon should b directed to the editor. Business communications of all kln.le and remittances must be ad.lrrsscd to The Astortan. The Astorlan guarantees to Its sub scribers the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia iw. Advertising rates can be had on appli cation to the business manager. The Weekly Astorlan, the second oldest weekly In the state of Otvgon, has, next to the Portland Oregonlan, lb largest weekly circulation In the stats. Jno. F. Handley Co., are our Port land agents, and copies of The Astorlan an be had every morning at their stand, Bt Third street. The "Astortan" hereby oflVra to donate OXK HFNDRstD DOLLARS to St. Mary's ospltal, payable am atemaad to rather IMelaMa, whenever legal evldeaee Is pro stasraxt shewing that aay afternoon news pr oabllshM la Astoria has printed within the last ninety days expiring be fore this offer a slngls "sneelar' nr other kind of "telegraphic press report,' received aver U wires entering either f the telegraph flnoea In Astoria, froi nay point oatslde of Oregoa. Astoria. Or., Oetober IS. !. Rev. Blatherskite Barkley ought to be In an insane asylum or some other place where bolts and bars would pro tect decent people from the annoyance t his ravings. There are communities In this country where he might be lynched for delivering such a harangue as he grot off here last night. Astoria newspaper reaJers. and vot ers especially, warit to remember that no paper published in this city prints any telegraphed news but the Astoi Ian. The articles which appear In other pa pers run under date lines from various ectlons of the country are not tele grams, but are either written by some person connected with these papers, or cut out of old outside papers and alter ed and mangled to suit the views and aid the political schemes of the men who run or control those paper. j. The postofflce department reports a falling off of tl.SOO.000 in the postofflce receipts for the quarter ending Sep tember 30, as compared with the pre ceding quarter. This decrease in reve nue Is Indicative of bad times; for the postal revenue increases more rapidly than population in prosperous years, and there should have been an Increase of nearly 11.000,000 under normal con ditions. The postofflce department is exceedingly responsive to good and bad times, and Its present depressed con dition is attributed to the free-silver agitation. There is now every prospect that Mr. Bryan will be beaten overwhelmingly. If the business world did not think so, both East and West, not only would silver advance, but gold would be going ut of the country, instead of coming in, and business would be growing worse instead of better In every quar ter of the Union. When he is beaten, and all elements of uncertainty as to the standard of value are eliminated, there Is every reason to expect a season of prosperity akin to that which fol lowed the resumption of specie pay ments In 1879. Every tradesman knows that his customers are holding back their orders for goods till after the elec tion. They are buying the very small eat quantities that they can get on with. If a man thinks of furnishing or refurnishing his house, or buying any thing beyond what he must eat and wear from day to day, he puts it off till after the election. He wants to know what he can expect after that monmentoug event, and although he may feel very sure that the Popocrats win be defeated, he wants to have ab solute certainty before he rinks his money in anything. This state of mind la reflected in the hoarding of gold which la going on in all parts of the country. These hoardings are in small amounts to each Individual hoarder, but are large In the aggregate and have eaused a small premium for the yellow metal over paper currency. When the sUrer craze is smashed, these hoards will be unlocked, and the long withheld orders for merchandise of every kind will come forward, and we shall have once more a period of active trade, confident enterprise, and large demand for labor conditions that can never come so long as a doubt remains wheth er the dollar is to be worth one hun dred cents or only fifty. Senator Quay's official proclamation that McKinley is certain to receive 270 electoral votes, or 46 more than enough to elect him, is entitled to more consid eration than such "claims" usually are, for there Is better opportunity for mak ing such a calculation this year than is often the case. The Republican can vass Is undoubtedly one of the most thorough and intelligent ever made In this country, while the Democratic can vass is Just as surely one of the poorest ever made by a great party. Inde-d, down to the present moment nothing decervlng the name of a campaign has been made in behalf of Mr. Bryan. He is talking, as one of his admirers de clares, to 100,000 people a day, possibly a million a week, and "has addressed more people already than any member f the human race ever addressed in a campaign," but scarcely any one else is talking for him, and in no state ln the Union Is there a systematic and zealous campaign in progress by the regular organization or by any organi zation. The leading Democratic poli ticians of the country are not on the stump, and are not working in any w,-.y for him. His chief advocates are A)i- geld, Tillman, Stewart, Teller, Jones, of NVhraeka, and men of that stamp, who are not IVmocrats. hut "liver men .ind Populists, whose advocacy drive away more voters than It attract. In oilier words, on the Republican aide there Is thorough, enthuslllc. scion tlflc campaigning, on the Poixvratlc side ehaoa and blind reliance on a pop. ular uprising. It Is comparatively easy under these conditions to predict the result, and nobody who has followed the progress of the campaign closely can deny that Mr. Quay's calculation is a very conservative one and entirely within the facts as they are d'.si-l.w.-d today. INTIMIDATING VOTKUS. Those wh have watched the devel opment of this campaign have noted the change which has come over the IVpoorats within the jvast two or three necks. They no longer talk silver to tht exclusion of everything else: In fact they have in a measure dropped the free coinage argument. The inevitable landslide to McKinley has begun. Ill factories and workshops, and along railway lino the men are organising for McKinley. sound money and pro tection, and this movement, which Is really becoming a stampede, ha so frleghtened the Popocrats that silver Is forgotten, and they are now busy fram ing excuses and trying to explain why the worklngmen are going In a body Into the Republican camp. And now the Popocrat cry is that the worklngmen are being intimidated. If an employe of a manufacturing concern Joins a McKinley club he does so to keep from being discharged. If a railroad man Joins an excursion to Canton to see Major McKinley, he ia coerced Into doing It. If a commercial traveler talks In fa vor of honest money and against repu diation he does so to hold his Job with his house. If the employes of a firm or corpora tion organise a sound money club, they do so because they are threatened with instant dismissal if they refuse. And this is the silly stuff that Popo crat orators and the Popocrat press are trying to make the people believe. They give no siwitlc cases. They do not give iu;nt3 of employe or em ployer, neither do they quote the men. They simply say It Is so, but give no proof. It Is peanut politics. It Is mean. cowardly, small. If it were true, how long would men submit? There would be a revolution within twenty-four hours. Workmen can vote as they please, and their employers have no chance of knowing for whom they cast their ballots. This cry of intimidation is raised to divert attention from the issues In volved in the campaign, and also with the hope that It may explain to lgno i rant voters the reason why men of I every trade and professl'-n are lining up for McKinley. There Is no Intimidation, and there can be none. The men who say such a thing are demagogues of the worst kind, and are void of honest political principles. The bottom Is falling out of the Bry an campaign. Bryan himself no longer attempts argument. His speecnes are inflammatory appeals to the passions and prejudices of men. He knows his campaign is collapsing, and he Is mak ing one last effort to stave off disso lution. He is defeated today and he knows it. His forces are rattled and panic-stricken. If the election were to morrow he would be beaten worse than Greeley, and on November 3 he will not maite a decent showing at the polls. TO Cl'KE A COLD IN ONE DAT, Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money If it fails to cure. 23c For sale by Chaa. Rogers, Druggist. Mr. Sewall declares that he and Mr. Bryan are "ln the fight to stay." Per haps they are, but they are not stay ing thi republican tidal wave any. Kansas City Journal. Mrs. L. R, Patton, Rockford, III., writes: "From personal experience I can recommend De Witt's Sarsaparllla, a cure for impure blood and general de bility." Charles Rogers. The Illinois Steel Company of Chica go employs 4,500 men. Two thousand of them belong to McKinley, and 1,80) to the sound money democratic club. Pure blood means good health. De Witt's Sarsaparllla purifies the blood, cures Eruptions, Eczema, Scrofula, and all diseases arising from impure blood. Charles Rogers. Men are Judged by their works, n"t by their words, and what de-d of Bry an's contains any promise of good for the American people? p c- REGULATOR? "'fir Tie Favorite Horns im. For all diseases caused by derangement of the Liver, Kidneys, and Stomach. Keep It always in the house and you will save time and Doctor's Bills, and have at hand an active, harmless and per fectly safe purgative, alterative and tonic. If you feel dull, debilitated, have frequent headache, mouth tastes badly, poor appe tite and tongue coated, you are suffering from torpid liver or biliousness, and SIM MONS Liver Regulator will cure you. If you have eaten anything hard to digest, or feel heavy after meals or sleep less at night, a dose of SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR will relieve you and bring pleasant sleep. If at any time you feel your system needs cleansing and regulating without violent purging, take SIMMONS LIVER Regulator. J. H. Zeilin & Co., Philadelpbla- BLACKWELLS (ST! Vow will ftml owe coupon Insld. each two otkttc bog, and two eowpons tualil each r oaac bog of UUrk wll Durham, Hoy a bag of this celrbroted "barest ltd trod tho eowpoa whirls glvre a lUt of valuable pree anla and stow to grt Harm. When Bryan was In Brooklyn he ex - iVTs. WTO VI ri ! l pressed a wish for the presence of I utter Ignoring of Ooxey In this cam Henry Ward Beecher. One ofti-echor's Ipalgn. He paved the way for the great sons, a lending democrat, has retired , llryan movement, but Is now relegated from a local democratic committee be- to the rear of the proceslon. Heading cause ho cannot support llryan and the j il'a.) Herald. Chicago platform. A card on the outside of olllce door '. says: "Cone to lunch. Hack in ten i The oe,,t alv ln tne worlJ ff cuts. minutes." And, the man will be there bruise, aores, ulccrs.salt rheum, fever on time. That Is. for some (lavs, week orv- teer- chapped hand, chilblains, or even months, he will. Then he wlU l0,,rn- nd " kl" 1,,'"' be at home occasionally for a day. He'll lv cur frtr or n0 I1" pulrd- tell you he had a headaehe-a turn of ! ' guaranteed to glvs perfect satis cholera morbus, or maybe he'll say he had a lump In his stomach and felt too miserable to move. The lump was probably two of his ten-minute lunches condensed. j The man who "bolts" his lunches ' w ill find P-r. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets ' the best friend he ever had. j Ther Is no case of biliousness, con-1 stlpatlon. indigestion, "heart-burn," or; any of the rest of the nlght-mnre breed- ' ing brood, that these little "Pelle'a" 111 not cure. They cure permanently, i Send ;i cents In one-cent stamps to ! World's Dispensary Medical Assocla-' tion, Buffalo, N. v.. and receive Dr. Pierce's 1008 page "Common Sense Med ical Adviser." profusely Illustrated. Attorney (Jeneral Stockton of New I Jersey, a democrat, was supposed to have been Infected with free silver virus, and was invited to take the stump. Stockton not only declined, but roundly deuounced the Chicago plat form and ticket. TWO LIVES SATED. j Mrs. Phcebe Thomas, of Junction City, ' III, was told by her doctors she had j Consumption and that there was no nope I for her, but two bottles Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured her, and she says It saved her life. Mr. Thomas Es gers, 139 Florida street. Baa Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approach Ins; Consumption, tried without tesult everything else, then bought one bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery and ln two weeks was cured. He is naturally j thankful. It Is such results, of which these raa samples, that prove the won- i derful efficacy of this medicine ln Coughs ' and Colds. Free trial -wttle at Chaa. ; Rogers' Drug Store. Regular stse (0 . cents and 11.00. The popocratic national committee's , plea of poverty does not hitch with re- ; ports. It Is claimed they have secured ; the execluslve use of sixty halls ln , Chicago from October 10 to November ! MALARIA DISARMED OF IT3 ! TERRORS. I Malaria, that fell atmospheric poison, , is disarmed of its terrors, and health is Insured to thousands residing w here ' the noxious exhalation periodically in-i fects the air, and engenders Intermit- ! tent and remittent fever, by Host-tt-, ter's Stomach Hitters, the most popular ' as It is the best of preventives, altera- tives and tonics. In numberless local- j ities w here the demand for sulphate of : quinine was formerly Immense, the hurtful alkaloid has been almost en-: tirely supplant' d by this safe, popular : and effective substitute, which Is, prompt in action and entirely unob-1 Jertlonable. It nullities the Influence of , miasma by giving a more active Im- liiil; to ev tv vital function, quicken-1 Ing and enriching the blood, overcom- j Ing a tendency to biliousness, and pro- moting digestion. 1 Toadying to foreigners Is what Tiryan says his opponents are doing. There are a goxl many foreign born citizens w hose vot-s he personally solicits, who ouicht to return him an appropriate compliment and they will. New York Advertiser. OLD PEOPLE. Old people who require medicine to reg ulate the bowels and kidneys will find the true remedy ln Electric Bitters. This medicine does not stimulate and con tains no whisky or other Intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and alternative, .ft acts mildly on the stomach and bowels, add ing strength and giving tone to the or gans, thereby aiding nature In the per formance of the functions. Electrlo Bitters Is an excellent appetizer and aids digestion. Old people find It Just exactly what they need. Price 60 cents per bot tle at Cbas. Rogers' Drug Btora. Rryan says the present gold dollar Is a "dishonest dollar," yet he predicts that free coinage, by sending sliver up to $1.2!(, will make the silver dollar equal to the gold dollar. In other words make It dishonest, too. Detroit Free Press. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Tk lu ll Bill 1 b trf wnpftt. lgutui BuffiSBS SEE? 1 One cannot but feel rather sad at the Kl'CKLKN'8 ARNICA SALVE. faction, or money refunded. Price, !S cents per box. For sale by Charles Rogers, Odd Fellows' building. The National Association of Life In surance t'ndorwriters was polled while In session In Washington. Result McKinley 140. llryan 10, Palmer 5. ROYAL Baking Powder has been awarded highest honors at every world's fair whore exhibited. Cleveland made three speeches In l4. one In lssi. and four In lM; Hry- ' an has repented one speech ;.W times and ha three weeks to go on yet. Tht Is the day of antl-thl and nnll that, hut what people need most nowa days is, the antl-blllous medicine, Sim mons Liver Regulator, the King of U er Medicines, and better than pills. "I have used no other antl-blllous rem edy for six year and know from ex perlence that for ladle of a const! pated habit nothing equal It." Laura V. Craig, Ellenbury. Fla. Conservative estimates of the vote of Greater New York place McKinley' plurality at 34.000. The sound money majority In the state will reach 5M.O00. Chonlc constipation is a painful, dis agreeable ant) life-shortening difficulty It deranges the system, cause sick headache, bad breath, and poisons the blood. It can be readily overcome by De Witt's Little Early Risers. These little pills are great regulators. Charles Rogers. There Is good reasoo to distrust th protestation of a candidate who de dares that he love the worklngman and In the same breath proxse to cut the worklngman's wage In half. N"w York Press. They are so little you hardly know you are taking them. They cause no griping, yet they act quickly and most thoroughly. Such are the famous little pills known as De Witt's Little Early Risers. Small in slie, great In results. Charles Rogers. Brother Hanna tut sent out some 2,400.001) pounds of campaign literature. He 1 a dealer In political salvation In carload lots. Commercial Tribune. Many political speakers, clergymen, singers, and others who use the voice excessively, rely upon upon One Minute Cough Cure to prevent husklnes and laryngitis. It value an a preventive Is only equalled by its power to afford In stantaneous relief. Charles Rogers. It w 111 not be to the credit of a nation to sacrifice Its Interests to double the wealth of a few hundred very rich mine-owners. Indiana polls Journal. 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 Rogers. Even .Mr. lir.yun's solemn assurance over hi signature that h will be elect ed hits no effect on the market price of silver. Kansas City Journal. ! A hacking cough Is not only annoying 1 to others, but is dangerous to the per : son who has It. One Minute Cough Cure will quickly put an end to It. 1 Charles Rogers. The country must have a revenue equal to its exiwnditurcH, and none but boy orators deny It. Tetter, eczema, and all similar skin troubles are cured by the use of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It soothes at once, and restores the tissues to their natural condition, and never fails to cure piles. Charles Rogers. Enterprise Is galling only to those who have It not. Speed and safety are the watchwords of the age. One Minute Cough Cure actc speedily, safely, and never falls. Asthma, bronchitis, coughs and colds are cured by it. Charles Rogers. What do farmers and wage-earners think about it? Are they getting t.o much of anything for their dollars? OASTOTIIA, Tht tit- limlli I tifuim Ii m ltrr OUTWARD HOUND OREGON GRAIN FLKMT-ISO.rll. SMI HO ; Fl. VII Aii!iit Or bark IN III llll .... Ill till ., niltv . Nli fM I'lirlMlK .Iiilliei iHuimniiliit ireulU Auliliiirlli I'imi el I. on)- llrii'Miitik. . , I lu'ii Hill Ililrlirldue , . ,,. liletlNtlon ,.,. I'erl Hiiiley ,,. 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Specially auulpprJ fur loifgrs' work Corrpsponjence soil. ItrJ 1 8th and franklin. Phone 78 BRGJVINER & HOLMES Hlacksimlthsi. Biwclal attention iiaid to aleamboat r inlrl!ifc, flrat-claaa horseshoeing, eta LOGGING CAP CUORK A SPECIALTY 197 Olney street, between Third and and Fourth. Astoria, Or. ASTORIA PUBLIC IiIBRARY READING ROOM FREE TO ALU Open every day from I o'eloek to I.M and 6:10 to l:W p. m. BubacrlpUon rates 41 per annum. B.W. COR. ELEVENTH A DUANB BTtJ. niff SV fa a non.liofannnna remnnjr inr ummrriima, Olc.t, Hparmaiorrliipa, Wliltns, unnatural ills rtmrum, or aiiir Inllainnia. lion, Irritation or ulcra- r.f,au toawaloa. tlen of III tl no us nn.rn. I'HlElANjCHtsirn Co. branm. Non-aatrlUKont, I Wold by urnsclau. x V 0. a. . "r sint In plain wrapper, S ' iw i1' "Pri-sa. prepalil, for or a IhiIII... 12.7.1. ' Mawa a ijj 'nlir aeio on riHiuuit. n (Talrli, .!. r', I n'I.S niaaaa4 Rrsat rENNYiiaJYAL PILLS W Mitv rifiiiiiindfnltrftMailM4. aassra, r,am. ri'liailia, bAOftSMI riiryii. :-r nirnfiter Kngltih tt.a M M .IK.ll -Vlfh hill rihhntl. Taalaaa ni 01 HT. it'ni nanatroue tul.ttittt In inrniii fr j.nrtlctilan, uatlmotiUla u4 " llflli r ror l.ajilli," in Utter, far rmtmrm Vifci 'WW HmolU. Jfane haper COLUMBIA W WORKS f BU64J t Ousrsnur4 V aaVa sot 10 itrliisr,. 11- tf HHIVHII. fH l.lvvrinio)., .. U l.lvnrHMi II7W llil.lol ITi fork IliiM'iirk linn I'lviiiimili Ml Kliiaroa.t ... 1ik( i oik . Jl.'l AroniiiiHIth.. Iim Cork , jim I'Hik 1 7 1 M r"lltlllltlll , ivj ri)iiiuiiiii .... Ium l lirrHHil . ... iwai Cork l.-tu link IWeinlHir .si... lieceiiilter 'liriHiinlter Hu... Jmiimry id rvlinmry 'Jl.. slSlli irn iv.1 iij.iui Ml :l 4J.irr6 I ;i iiu iw W'.IWS ll T,nrl Kl ll.il mi,4u ii.n.( r ai itri iMmu 7.1.7IIA tin um 7. 4H.nU I) ;,7i w.wit il t,;4 H4.MI in ;ji .i.iini M,7il 41I ll.JI A. alt m.'jNi 4a. U A,W)I K suit W.AKj 4.lu sn.MS a, XI 4s.au I. .10,111? 4T !l M MO to jvi "MM 61. .'Ill . 4I.JWI N 71 IMI 4.CM .t.at fa.alM ..t4t .Ml nr. no "j Via W.44I " K-l ... I?: Mtn-tt IT ' III " 7 Kelirtmry t MnivlitU UK aim. mill febrnarv n. ...Ilfix KaliiKiuili. M.o li H iiua Anlw r .l " lu Kaliiioiiili , I'u; llnrMW ..Vl KilllllOlllll,, I vii fork -I J" .... J ID...... HM Nllno ' tnrll l Iwm Kalnloulh . ... Mn-li 7 l.mi'.nk Alirll M ....'IIIMVrk i ' .... tvJl PsIimiHth. " ....'1.171 KliiioiUh ! ' ....i'UV IIiiIL. : " ,.l.'cl l.inmr ok " ...vu Cork " l IH II l W . ....ir.ti ...Mr. ...JI'TH iivi; i " -a... Jus la.... Jui'f la .... Atrtl il June 7.,, ' IS... " ....mm " ., ....dim " . IUW llrl.lol .... libit t'otk " .... I.'J7 " ..I.Va KalmouU ..lu " In . 4 7... ii... .. IV 7 III . I .. May . .Im.'. i ;! l fork IM14 " lei ITalnlnl.tli , . IXi'ork .,' ... Toon . II .I't'ork .M inn ' , Ihsm -'aliioiutli I c I'oik . ., '.'i 0 i.oniion . 1 j.iiiti . Jilliw . July June . Julie ft. 'aliiuiiilh ... July la n . 511 ., 1.1 . m I ! Inn II.. laitralinouth.. .In July nly . June n; rink . I.WAW H-V .... J-J ....jJI'.T ralliliiiilli ... iKMiAli'it Hay bw cora . .1 If .IV"rHHl ..;i.fl l urk .jl.! Al.oa hay .... '.im! ''ork ,. ...ilM ( otk t Vladiviat.Klk I.'IH eori alal... .... IM1 l.lcrMMl ... '4vj lj Hay.,.,, ...'I.'ai turk. Ii . HI.1 ..-..W Hull IJ.IA viilltial 1.... Spt 14... i,.i w ;1.IM , AK.INI It Mi ., i..-a : v 41, iW l.'IJ Tin-ill. raltie ijn.'.lll. i- v . 1 T ,.VM WAY TO OlltiGON. T no OCT cosamssaa. .... 147 SAlt Sultun A Beeb . I. PU IWAI Balfour. Cuihrlt A Co lift 1MB 1SJ ll A I i JA'AIOOAl r Mvytr, W. A Co 1444 Int. A I hurt no i . Htt imAI J.uv 1IUA1 HOT T-BI'I.KAHKII roii ThiiniM - IvrT inoAl . Pa ea Irj iiuAI n :i hi TaMart .!i4 lAl Balfour. llulhrtaA Co Porllauit riour Mills Taylor, Young A fit,,, 1. . iiih iuvai 1770 . iMl IWAI jj I ..'Mm AAl Ibaoa A Kerr. Jl.M HU A I ... IM 14l HO A I I" HUAt lias USA1 lT luiAl J H Cameron A Co .. . I. I I Halfnur. Uulhrle A Co1 Jaa Uldlaw A Co 11 7f. A1 . Mtuart .1171" I0PAI I'eaaley I rrjo Wlrkham. IIMaiuOAl ... Ibalie 'JlUlniAl ... Lludrall W BlmKou Lumbar Co Am. Trading Co . 'JMMIUAI liwaliiSAl . Isu'lfsni ' aaailUUAl IM IOUAI IMS 'AAI 11 I00A1 I lla) 100 A 1 a?a liOAl J H Cainrn n A Co IUUA I nun Iuuai l.tl'l lllDAt 119 iAI HKKKUKNCtCH Inm 4 Jim Hh, 10, W W. Into Hlo rie Janeiro prior to July 4; will haw to dlaehame part hi eaiico. A hi . 4. aobl June unit of cargo; sslli .l axaln llll All UK. I V I Are You Going EastV Ba aura and sea that your tlckst ravda via T HE NORTH-WESTERN LINE. -that CHICAGO. ST. PAUL,, MINNEAPOLIS '. and . OMAHA RAILWAYS. This la the QUE AT SHORT LINE Batweeo DULUTH, ST. PAUL,, CHICAGO Aud all Points East and South. Their Magnificent Track, Peerless Ves tlbuled Dlnlnc 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. Bhlp your freight and travel over this famous line. All agents have tickets. W. H. MEAD, F. C. BAViOE, Oen. Agent Trav. F. and P. Agt 248 Washington at, Portland, Or. WHEN IK rORTLAND Call on Jno. F. Handley A Co., 124 Third street, and get the Dally Astortan. Visitors need not miss their morning paper while thera. HATS Ail la..T iiV'iiia "Z ll IV VH.IIHI VA.IHl M.UU 4a,M iM,mi Jl,ii M,W mi.tfuil "lil.iiuiT M.IHI M.im ll.ioi Mini ..-l MIlMoii Kerr Alt ,it, ... Halfnir, tlulhrlnTi d All J II I'ninemii A (Hi All I' I' Kb vaioi Co A'l I'nrilkiiil I'lour Mill" All IN tai Pa.,.. ItU H T (hI l.t 1 4a iNlbanii hnrr ... All A'l J II Cam er. Ml A 111 4 Halloiir liulliile A t'o A'l IM A'l If All P. .... 4il 17' M A l la V.I All M 4.1 l.w lk A I 7. . I It I'allli'rotl A f'11 I'.irllai.il rl.nn MHIa Ilalfi.ur, 4 ill h ' Ir A I'll J II I'l.HIUMII A I'll I' t1 klev .lor 'n . 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Al Im ..... owiiara so A'i'"a!Z!! ...tl f...-. i.H w. um M IXI 4J,hki itj.lui " iai.iui ' JLItMl 4J tail atl.uu IVllll AVXAI '"ViTSiii" 4I.S4I ""ii.iW Ai ;) lallhM .Ill.llU ll I, Ian i 41 aw "f'i.iiiili" .'.1,l 4U,"M i.'Hl 4J U ,ii,lll ,u ",ll'u' J K ('allien. n A Co Ilall..iir, ilnllirln A I n , t'milaui, Klour lllla..... IT Ulayalort'i .Hllwin A Kerr I'C rieyalorCo I M "Ibwn A Kmr !,' I'M an., ron A o ...M, . I'.."l le I f lour Mill, -.iIm.ui A Kerr ill. I four, ..iiilirlsA u I " " " ..... V Ber , .,. 3 k Mitiemu A t. I' i' Klavaior t'o lUlfoor. (luilul A Co M , ,, I'linlanit Cbmr Ml la . II ilium. Huiliri .s Co Ml. -..ii Krr.,.,...,.,..-M, Half..iir i in tli no A ii . . ., lh.u A Kerr i M l aw .h A f" Ilnlf.air, ll.illina A Co .1 i I'aini.ioii A ('e.,,MM, ,lia f. u-. iliulirl A i'i llalfVnir, liuilirla 4 Cu--.-!., . J H 1'allier.m A Co IWilan.l Kl nr tlllU .. sili,nt A Kerr .....,. Ilaltoiir, iiuilirlv A (' . Al Ha... l,.mi .M..II) Vlili 1 1. .Ml 7.VMS '4 1 ,o;t I II Cameron A C.i Hallniir, lOiUirl A Co Ml. ..ii a karr I'.iriliud riuur Mill. . lialf.Hir, (liilbri . Co I lla M I Ii. Al I la l I IJa kt I lla 9d In barl. vaiua al i.u.10 lMm.'bl.'f1."ii'i 0.E.&N. 01VE8 choice or -2- TRflNSGOHTlNENTAL ROUTES. Via Spokaot and St. Paal Via Ogdeo, Daover and Omaha or St. Paal Pullman and Tourist Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars Astoria to Sao Francisco. Columbia, Tuesday, Oct. JO. Htsti. of Cftl. Humlsy, Oct. 25. Columbia, Krlday. CVI. 30. HlaU of Cttl Wrxlneaiilay, Nov. 4. Columbia, Monday, Nov. . Htale of Cat. Katunlay, Nov. 14. Columbia, Thursday, Nov. 19. Htati of Cal. Tuesday. Nov. 24. Columbia, Hunday. Nov. IV. Astoria and Portland Steamiri. T. J. rOTTEIl. Leave Astoria Tueeilaya, Thursdays 19 ami Saturdays at a. m. I,ev Port land Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri days at 7 a. m. It. It. THOMI'RON. Leaves Astoria Tusdays, Thursday! and Haturdayi at 7 p. m. Ive Port land Mondays, Wedni-sdays, Frldaya and Hundays at R p. m. IIAIIKV OATZEIIT. Leaves Astoria Mondays, Wexlnea dnys, Fridays and Hundays al 7 p. m. Loaves Portland Tuesdays vand Thurs days at I p. m., and Buturdaya at 11 p. m. TELEPHONE Loave Astoria Mondays, Wrdnoailayg and Frlilnys at t a. m. Loave Portland Tuoailays, Thursdays ami Haturdays at 7 a. m. For rates and general Information call on or address O. W. LOUNBllKilRT. Agent W. II. HURLHURT. Oen. Pas. Agt., Portland, Or. K. McNi:iLL, Prr-sldent and Mannger. WHITE COLLAR LINE E, Astoria and Portland Tolihniio loiivi's Astoria Monday, Wcilnesdiiy and Frldiiy morning at a. in, Lfavus Portland Tuesday, Thurs day and Hatunlny at 7 a. m. Ilalley (latxort ivcs Astoria Wad nomlay, p'rlday and Hunday night at 7 p. m. Leaves Portland Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday nights at p, m. O. It. and N. Co.'b steamers T. J. Potter runs alternate days with Tele phone, and II. It. Thompson runs al ternate days with Hallcy Outsort. Tickets good on all boats. U. B. BCOTT, President E. A. Seeley, Agent, Portland, C. W. Btone, Agent, Astoria, Telephone No. 11, Beaver Hill Gilman Coal ...Try It For Family or Steam Purposes. CLEAN... Reasonable In Price ELMORE, SANBORN & CO A gnts, Astoria. aini'l'kiia. ISiTiUiiiV r'lo'iir MilliT Ilalli.ur, tliillula IS ., II n . e (1 M