THE DAILY AST01UAN, FRIDAY MORNING. XOVEMBEtt IS, IMA.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Bdlter.
Telephone No. 64.
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Advertising" rates can be had on appli
cation to the business manager.
Tha Weekly Astorlan, the second oldest
weekly In the state of Oregon, has, wxt
to the Portland Oregonlaa, the largest
weekly circulation In the state.
Jno. F. Handley A Co., are our Port
land scents, and copies of The Astorlan
aa be had every morning at their stand,
nt Third street.
The "Atorlaa" hereby affers to doaate
XI HI NIRED DOLLARS to St, Mary'a
osplul, payable ea deasaad to rather
DMaaaa, wbeaeeer legal evidence Is pro
aVaeed showing that any afteraooa aewa
paper pabllshed la Astoria haa printed
within the last alaety day expiring be
fore this eSTer a single "ve-tat" ar
other klad of tslegraphle press report.'
received aver the wires eatmrlag either
r the telegraph edeea la Astoria, from
amy point aatslde of Oregon.
Astoria. Or.. October IS. 18.
The advice from the East that the
government has adopted horseless mail
wagons for use In large cities, has led
many Astorlans to believe that In the
near future these novel conveyances
may be seen In our streets.
The complete vindication In today's
dispatches of the groundless and ven
omous charges against the Associat
ed Press during the recent campaign
cannot fall to be a source of preat sat
isfaction to all lovers of truth as well
as to the Associated and all other jour
nals throughout the land. Both Mc
Kinley and Bryan congratulate Mana
ger Stone upon his efficient and faith
the week. The year will always be
divided Into S5 days and a fraction, or
3 on every fourth. As long at least
as the Christian, Jewish, Hindoo, and
Mahometan religions endure, the week
will consist, as for thousands of years
past, of seven days. And as for chang
ing the months from twelve to ten,
why, even the French Revolution, with
its "Franelades," and "Decade." and
"SansculottMos." did not venture upon
that. There are some things which sci
ence cannot do, or which men will not
lot It do, not even for so-called con
THK FIOIIT Jl'ST lii.til.'N.
That Archbishop Ireland has lost
standing with the Pope because of his
expression of opinion during the recent
elections. Is scarcely credible to an
intelligent man. The archbishop cer
tainly has the right of any other free
citizen to express his own convictions
upon any subject, and there must cer
tainly be some error In the statement
made over the wires that his actions
had brought him Into disfavor at Rome.
The continued fluctuations in the
wheat market, the closing of many
targe deals and the rise in the Liver
pool market, with increased demands
from Russia, all indicate that America
for many months, will be the source of
supply of breadsturTs for a large por
tion of the world. The action of the
English government in providing extra
work for the famished people of India
will enable hundreds of thousands to
at least procure brad. The condition
of a country whose people are starving
is not pleasant to contemplate, and
England's prompt succor Is certainly
worthy of commendation. America will
ef course be more than glad to send Its
surplus wheat abroad.
MORE TAMPERING WITH TIME.
What will doubtless prove a futile at
tempt to alter the measurement of time
is now being made in France. The Beci
mal system Is substituted for the duo
decimal and sexagesimal now used in
reckoning fractions of a day. The clock
dial is divided into ten sections, in
stead of twelve, each cf them subdi
vided Into ten, instead of five, and
only one revolution of the shorter hand
Instead of two, effected each day. The
day, from midnight to midnight. Is d
vided into 100 equal parts, each known
eg a "ces," and each equal to 14 min
ates 24 seconds of the present scale.
The "ces" ig the unit of measurement.
Ten "ces" make a "decaces," equal to
2 hours 24 minutes, and ten "decaces"
make a "hectoces," or day of 24 hours.
The entire circuit of the clock-dial,
therefore, is a "hectoces," or day; the
ten major divisions, substituted for the
twelve now pointed off by the "hour
hand," are each a "decaces;" and the
100 minor divisions substituted for the
SO now pointed off by the "minute
hand" are each a "ces." If a smaller
secondary dial Is used, with a third
hand, corresponding to the "second
hand" of a watch, It will be divided
Into ten "decices," or tenths of a "ces,"
and perhaps of them subdivided into
ten "centices," or hundredths rf a
"ces," while for exact computations
there will also be the "mllllces," or
thousandth of a "ces." Vnder this sys
tem midnight. Instead of being 12
o'clock, Is "100 ces," or "10 decaces;"
noon Is "50 ces," and 6 o'clock In the
morning is "25 ces."
Clocks and watches are being thus
constructed and used, and the system
has been experimentally adopted in the
geographical bureau of the French
army. It Is urged In Its favor that it
diminishes the work of calculation by
two-thirds, and lessons the chances of
error from four to one. That may be
true. Unquestionably the system is a
simple and logical one In Itself. Yet,
like the recent proposition to change
the reckoning of hours so that Instead
C counting from one to twelve twice
ever In a day we count from one to
twenty-four, it is In all probability
doomed to failure. The present nystem
may be less simple.. But It haa existed
for many centuries, and Is accepted by
every civilized people In the world. It
will not readily be displaced. More
over, the proposed system Is not com
plete, and cannot possibly be made so.
The day may be decimally divided, but
the year cannot be, nor the month, nor
"The fight has Just commenced." Mr.
Hryan for once la right, says the Pion
eer Press. The snake Is scotched, not
killed. The campaign of education
which resulted In the complete defeat
for the time being of the efforts of the
silver trust to humbug the American
people has only Just commenced, ('.rand
as was the preliminary victory aohlev
ed on election day, It is an appalling
thought that victory was only secured
by a narrow margin In several neces
sary states. If Indiana, which seemc
to hang In the scales for a day or two.
together with California. Oregon and
the two Dakota, had gone the other
way. God only knows what would hav
become of this unhappy land. That
there are six million full-grown men In
this republic who could be fooled Into
voting for Bryan when voting for him
meant such a train of calamities for
them and for all 'the people of this
country as was never visited upon the
people of any civilised country before
in time of peace, is something to excite
alarm at the future, destiny of a repub
lic whose popular vote so nearly wreck
ed the foundations of public order and
Mr. Bryan has given notice that he
proposes to devote himself for the next
four years to educating the peopfe on
the money question. It Is to be hoped
he may. But he will not have the field
all to himself, as the silver propaganda
had for many years until a little over
a year ago. The country has come to
understand his methods of education.
They consist of assertion without proof
of the reiteration of assertions
thousand times refuted In defiance of
all proof of speculative supposition as
demonstrated faet3 of propositions
which contradict each other of a tan
gle of sophistries and fallacies of cr
rors of Ignorance and errors of Inten
lion of ad captandum appeals to class
prejudice of the froth and foam of
rhetorical declamation the phosphor
escent glitter of a mind in decay.
Before Mr. Bryan goes on his next
campaign of education he had better
get himself educated In the elements
of the money question. Is It simple Ifc
norancs or Is It boundless audacity
which lid him In the address he
gave out a few days ago to the bimetal
lists of the United States to speak of
the cause he has been advocating; as
bimetallism ? A man who calls the bald
monometallism of free coinage at the
ratio of 1C to 1 by this country alone
a man who deliberately calls this hi
metal 1 Ism need a good deal of educa
tion himself before be undertakes to
But he Is right. The fight has Just
commenced. The campaign of educa
tion is just begun, and we think we can
promise Mr. Bryan before that cam
paign Is ended there will not be a sin
gle congressional constituency In the
United States so Ignorant and so de
luded as to send a free silver repreacn-
ta.ive to congreM. Before It Is ended
no state in the Union will be represent
ed in the senate by a free silver advo
cate. And it will have progressed so
far before 1S00 that the free silver party
will have disappeared from the face
of the earth.
IV) not always Judg by appearances. I Read the news nt the day and de
The man who looks as though he wore 'light yourself with the reports of re
in correct mourning garb may have vlvlng buslneas.
his overcoat buttoned up outside of a
Centurhs ago, people used to fear I
what they called the pestilence, "lilm k
lVath" was the most terrible thing In 1
the world lo them. They feared lit as'
De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve is an an
tlseptlc, soothing and healing applica
tion for burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, etc.,
and cures piles like magic. It instantly
stops pain. Charles Rogers.
The next McKlnley tariff won't be
thrown down In a hurry, and the com
ing prosperity will last a long time.
TO CUItE A COLD IX ONE OA V,
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
'ails to cure. 23c. For sale by Chas.
Many a Bryanite will be a McKinley
ite before the next election. Prospertiy
is a pretty good persuader.
There Is going to be a gold mining
boom In California before long, and
mining counties will be w ay up.
In the revival of trade the home mar
ket should give the preference to home
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of the Liver, Kidneys, and Stomach.
Keep it always in the house and you
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have at hand an active, harmless and per
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If you feel dull, debilitated, have frequent
headache, mouth tastes badly, poor appe
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If you have eaten anything hard to
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REGULATOR will relieve you and bring
If at any time you feel your system
needs cleansing and regulating without
violent purging, take SIMMONS LIVER
J. H. Zeilin & Co., Philadelphia
Speculate on the composition of Mc
Kinlev'n cabinet All voti iili.tt lint
people now fear the Cholera and Yol- j jt,nj wt
low Fever. And yet there Is a thing ,
that causes more misery and morej M,,y political speakers, clergymen,
deaths than any of these . It Is so com-, sinners, and others who use the voice
mon that nine-tenths of all the sick- , excessively, rely upon upon One Minute
nosa In the world Is traceabl' to It. It Cough Curo to prevent huskliiess and
Is merely that simple, common thing-, laryngitis. Its value as a preventive Is
constipation. It makes people listless, ionly equalled by Its power to afford In
causes dlislnesa, headaches, loss of ap- stantancous relief. Charles Rogers,
petite, loss of sloop, foul breath and i
distress after eating. The little help j You promote your own welfare when
needed Is furnished by Dr. Pierce's you promote that of your neighbor.
Pleasant Pellets. One pill Is a gentle :
laxative and two a mild cathartic. Once ' Speed "d stfety are the watchwords
used, always In favor. If you are care-1 of the age. Ope Minute Cough Cure
Uva enough lo let an unscrupulous l1"'" speedily, safely, and never fulls,
druggist sell you something on w inch i Asthma, bronchitis, coughs and colds
he riakes more money. It Is your ow n j cured by It. Charles Rogers,
fault If you do not get well. Be sure j
and get Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. I Four more mouths of tinner clover
Send 21 cents In 1-cent stamps to then v get ready to make hay.
World's Dispensary Medical Assoola-1 .
tlon. Buffalo. N. Y., and receive Dr. ...Pu'e ,l'lood "" h,'Uh'
wins canutparnia purines ine oioou,
Pierce s lOOS-page "Common fcense
Medical Adviser," profusely Illustrated
It is a poor compliment to a
writing when his order for cold aspar- I
agus Is translated by the waiter into 1
one for a quart of apolllnarls. 1
cures Eruptions, Eciema. Scrofula, and
all diseases arising from impure blood.
man's ' Charles Rogers.
Fatten your birds, Mr. Turkeymnn;
we all wish a rich feast this time.
THIS DISCOVERT 8AVED HIS LIFE.
Some of the rings being made fir
i October brides are In three shades of
Mr. Q. Calllouette, Druggist. Beavers- j "ulu twisted together chain fashion.
vllle, IlL, says: "To Dr. King's New DIs-
covery I ow. my life Was taken with Now ,hVln" to Jvrtl for the
La Grippe and tried all the physician. tn"lf' nJ "
for miles about, but of no avail and was ;
riven un and told I eould not llvo. H.v. ! A hacking cough Is not only annoying
Ing Dr. King's New Discovery In my !
to others, but Is dangerous to the per-
.tore I sent for a bottle and be- ,u v",,!
gan Its use and from the tlrst dose Cure wl" cM I"" n ni to
began to get bettet, md after using three ' Charles Rogers.
hAttlju waa tin , . atwtti anln 1, la !
worth its weight In gold. We won't
keep store or house without It." Uet a
tree trial at Chaa Rogers' Drug Store.
Stiff collars and cuffs w III be with us
The smull sleeve Is an acknowledged
BUCKLEN S ARNICA SALVE.
The feather bow has to bow to Its fact.
ribbon rival on such days as yesterday '
when the dampness would take out ANOTHKR SMART WOMAN.
even the curl in a pig's tall. j
I My hubaiI is 1.1 but pir.ud, and
! sell's experience selling nelf-heatlag
,he does not want me to work, as I
The best salve In the world for cuts, ;-v ... , . u. ref,. .
bruises, sores, utcerasalt rheum, fever ;after r(,ng ,n your pawr Mr, Hu.
curuB, aiiu on miu ciupuviia, ouu yvo- i . g, -.-a, f. in
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It is guaranteed to give perfect satis-:. .. . . . , .
. , , , ;felt vjry much encouraged. As soon
taction, or money rerunaeo. rnce, jo
u I ot mv -am ii . rm I started out.
aa. k.. Vn. ..1, hw Jakarta - ' -
Rogers, Odd Fellows' building. . . , ... ... ,
No man who thought a woman oneejda' "nc- nJ n ' "
cared for him will ever believe that r,e c,w m.ney. anu my nus-
she should have any genuine affection t banJ do' not know 1 hve been work
for another. i lnr at " 6ut 1 m nrnUd he will be
mad when I tell him. Have I don
CURE FOR HEADACHE. I right, or should I Quit work and leave
i him to struggle alone?
AN ANXIOUS WIFE.
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Klectrle 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. Ws 'urge all
who are afflicted to procure a bottle.
and rive this remedy a fair trial. In
es of habitual constipation Electric
Bitters cures by rlvln the needed tone !
to the bowels, and few cases lone resist
the use of this medicine. Try It once.
Fifty cents, and 11.00 at Chas. Roger'
You are doing- Just right, and your
husband should be proud of you. Ce
ahead and show the world what an en
ergetic woman can do. That self-heat-
Ins Iron must be a wonderful seller.
as we hear of so many that are sue
ceedlng selling; It.'
After one Is satisfied with the good
HAIK RESTORED TO NATURAL
I have used many preparations tut
! restoring hair to natural color, but
things of this life a little judicious : neyw. haJ .atl,factory , untU ,
course or sen-aeniai is or real morm aed Zu,u VuUcr
It will restore any
hair or beard to Its natural color In
three weeks. It It does not they return
Fennnrnv l anmpthlno that everybody
tries to practice, and yet just a little I uur " , " '
oversight will sometimes rob the most . ' '
frugal and thrifty family of a year's -unl"e - -.ca o ...... .uUUB
. I - -wiafnpa anvnnA'i hair tr n. f iirkl
savings. You want to do as J. P. Hick- "
man. of Montlcello. Ga., did. He r1"' K"u"" " ' '
rites "For six years I have kept Sim
mons Liver Regulator In my house, and
used In my family, and have had no
need for a doctor. I have five as heal
thy children as you can find."
Rain may be all right for the com
plexion, but It Isn't the most enliven
ing factor for one's spirits.
pay postage, etc., to Wilson A Co., New
The regular price Is II.M per pack
age. If It does not restore your hair
to natural color, or make any color of
hair darker In three weeks, they will
return your stamps. This proposition
Is so fair that thousands are using It.
It Is harmless, but never falls. Why
can't big money be made by selling
Zulu Vuller from house to house?
MONEY-MAKE IT YOURSELF.
Chonlc constipation Is a painful, dls-1
agreeable and life-shortening difficulty, j
It deranges the system, causes sick
headache, bad breath, and poisons the
blood. It can be readily overcome by I r never .,-. anythlnif In the
De Witt's Little Early Risers. These papers about the People's Wind Mill;
little pills are great regulators. Charles , we caI lt tne -people's" because the
Rogers. Inventor never patented It, but let ev
erybody use lt free. Any farmer- can
make a mill himnelf, and ail the ma
terial complete will not cost over J10.
It Is a splendid mill, will pump the
deepest wells, and will last longer than
any mill I ever had. Any person can
It Is pleasing to note how universal i
the custom of removing the hat In ;
he theater Is becoming. j
ROYAL Baking Powder
has been awarded highest jK,.t ,iKrams and complete Instruo
honors at every world's fair Hons free, as I dl.l, by sending 18 2-
. ,;,; i cent stamps to pay postage,
A-JMibUii rl iiir, nloe VU.0 h-Alo 31.0m iwi aTuimi, value jnj,1tl. -ia.i l;,.iArrTlia l.arie'v, ue"lX.o "fil.JSrKUa Hour,
value 1:1.1x1. K-Alan 1 eea laliiton, value ttal.OO. K-jOAiA hit fl.uir, value ll0. II HaA bdta (l.iur, value ll..u) M -JIT lidlt IIihu
rat eMi'O. I Mi a II mr, Value frai.iui J Alan.VTI.Mihla II mr, vlu H4,irj ami r.ikK otta liar ley, value fi.iai K-lfl'l !!! tluur,
value siv.itiii, 4'iiitih dour, valu :i)uuu, M -ll,7 bill flour, value Sai,iUi. N-liXl bdla Itour, value U,lil. o--AImi 4.7V7 bdla tl.air,
value ll,(0 I -tli II. ITUi tla barley, value IU.IUI. tj Alio TiW tibia (lour, vain rAUW K-IM.Ulri lilil. II, .nr. value III OKI S-l,14 bbl
flour value A". alao llnieili bran. T Alao 41 ton) brau, value luoo, ana SMI caaci talmna. U Alan Iftaiotiula Amir, value 4.i,utW. V-Alao
SL.0i IHiU tlo ir, value i,Ul'J.
VESSKLS ON THE WAY TO OREGON.
roar iailio ran and kams.
Slilp Henry Vlllard l'MUto
Hr Hark lllihl mil rortJ
Br trk Hac I ....... NlrolI..
Hrahip RelUuee. Rohluaou ....
KKWCASTI.K, N.8. W.
Hr bi,rk Caiiilnlat Kee ..
HrabipCliy ol Madraal Wrimib...
Hr bark Suoauton
HID I'K JA.sKIKi
Hrlnp Kale Thi. mast. TniMiia
Hrihip Peiifwernil . I'v e
Hr ahlp R .yal Oeurfa I . .iTa,nrart
Hr bark lllenalton .... ... ..... Bailile ,
Hralilo Ma. hrlh-ulub . . .
Hr bark He ;Kubertaoo...
Nor bark Maltland ....
Hr atramer AiUtle Prince) 'Andersoo ...
Hr ihltiOmillal Stuart
Hr bark Heea-lllu!
Hrihln laivenby IlalL . .
llr ahlp Purl Jackton
Am arhr Carrier IKiv
SANTA K ISA 1,1 4-
Hr ahlp Vurtiirern ...
Ba MI a-
Hr ahlD Provlnte!
41,-r Imrk Mrurilaleiiel sluwiuaker.
Hr "litp Cambrian Prlncen. ......
1 ALT 41-
se. mii.ji Uily Lrnal.
i,r imp i auiiri
Hrbark Hollo . .... Ttiniiia .
Hr ah p HiH khiint Roaeli ..
Hr liln Vaiiduaru!. Hevii..
Hrbs.'k 7.ln tat .' .I'd
III IV A I. K.IAllH-
Hrlrk Kenton.- 1171
1471 UAH Sutton A Brad
1V7 l A
1404 HO A I
I IW IUIAI
1114 I OUt
Meyr. W. 4 Co , 13
. . i m
Bald.iir. Onlhrl Co 1m
PorUaud Plour Mill' lol
'June . .....'lme lutAl
. lout jisao loo a I
. Sveliaou- l.w!iiAI
IHM IOOA I J RC.men.oACo ...
IMM 1 00 A I A4
alM 1U0A1 ! j
. Am. Tmtliif Co.... . .
J H C-mer.. n Co
'Meyer, Wllaon A Co..
Total toonafie on the way -4I.7M.
Same lime 1 1 lV-H4,nll,
Sam lime lo lr4-40.UJ.
Ttila tnmt Vuly
tlon ol faUmMMFrnnrh phyirUu., will quick Ircurv ytni f all nrr
l Vluuiaer.uie anvrlp.
i in ai
fnwimiila. falnalri Uia lliwlcaelulnal r.iiiljialiilia. Nervieia 1m.i.iiUv.
1'liiiplea, lln.lnaM l Marry, Kiliaumln liralna, Varlenrel ami
mi or dlje-aaea of the tetierauv iinraua, urb aa Loat ktanbnorl.
Omallnall'in. II atoi all liHwea dr rlar or hltht Prevent autrk.
'Mm uiai'iianin, wi.K-n 11 nolrneraen teaiia in nparmarnrriniN, na
InrrrhBa ... arrro all tiivnorrnrauiimpnuney. a i:rii:siKeiuMstHUvr, uie
Drun aso r in l(in,T,.nil thenrtnaryoriranaol all UnpurlUaa
emiaaaa ..ranrlh.n. .nil n. Iii ph. amall weak nrvana.
The reaaon aufTerem are not cured by ihieinra la beeaiiim ninety per rent are trnrrhlM with
Proatailltla. t'V I'll IK NIC la the only known remedy loonniwlilioulii ofteraUun. Sim leailmenl.
a!a A wrlttenminranleesleenand money relumed If all time doe noi arjaui a pruiuu.lura
junaboi.ali r..r(vl, dv malL 44end for rasa circular and Iratlruonlala
Addxaa UAVOL JIEUICIH tO P.O. lioj tm, Bao PniNSKO, CfeL Tor AU b
CI1AH ROIJICRH, 4r,9 Commercial Htreet.
The woman who iloesn t care for vlo.
ts K i ms to be re.th'-r a poculiar spec.
in n of femininity.
I K. D. Wilson & Co., Allegheny, I'a.
Wilson & Co. sell pumps, and when
you g -t your windmill going would be
men of femininity. igiaa to sen you a pump n you nnn it.
It is cert.-ilrily useless to pay $.7) or $10
Many lives of usefulness have been ; for a win,imli, when you can make
ut short by neglect to break up anlone ,UHt a8 BOO(l for 510. I think there
rdlnary cold. Pneumonia, bronchitis, 1 0,,1 j,e j,lg money made putting these
ml even consumption can be averted i mlll8 up through the country, as ev
y tho prompt use of One Minute Cough ; ervboy W0Uld like them.
uie. Charles Rogers. a RKAIjEH.
So few of us are able to put In words ;
the thankfulness we feel for kindnesses
uhiu-n lis. .
A CHURN THAT CHURNS IN ONE
I have been In the dairy business all
They are so little you hardly know 1 my life and have many times churned
you are taking them. They cause no ! tor an hour before butter would ap-
griplng, yet they act quickly and most Par, so when I heard of a churn that
thoroughly. Such are the famous little I would churn In a minute I concluded
pills known aa De Witt's Little Early j to try it. Every day for a week I
ItiserB. Bmall In size, great In results. ! used lt, and not only could I churn In
Charles Rogers. i a minute, out 1 got more anu Dttier
1 butter than with the common churn.
The disposition that can readily 1 This Is very Important Information for
adopt Itself to life's changes Is the j buttre makers. The .churn works eas-
Por Infants and Children.
lly, and will churn ah ordinary churn
ing In less than fiO 'secondsy I havs
!sold two dozen of these churns In the
1 past month. Every butter maker that
j has seen me churn In less than a mln
I ute has bought one., You can obtain
I all desired Information regarding the
! chum by addressing J. F. Casey & Co.,
i St. Louis, and they will give you
vrtfpn, I prompt and courteous attention.
I A DAIRYMAN.
Every Single Man
would purchnse his tick
et via the llurllngtnn
Route to Omaha, Kansns
City, St. liuls, Chicago
and all other Southern
und Houllii'iuitiTn cities,
If he realized how com
fortable, how fast, how
Hiife Its service Is.
Nothing better any
where. For tickets, apply to
any railroad ticket agent.
For Information about
rates and trains, address
C. SHELDON, G. A.,
niif ffl f ft non'poiiinnrmt
ffirn-4 for GoiHtrrtirja,
(Hi!., Hp4trmiorr lWa,
Whit--., u ii 11 tu r I ilu
cliari,' a, r Hiif Inllitmnir.
tlon, IrritAtlon ur ulcr-
tlun of in 11 r 11 n r nifiri'
HttN8CHftt",' Hi, iftmtim. Sun jitrin.-iit,
'" -t.e ! nl.in avraniut
t.i. or 3 Irotll-'-, 2.7ft,
L'jrruUr i'iiit t rtxiUML
In 1 1 Man
ASTOniA PUBLIC ItlBiW
READING ROOM FREE TO ALU
Open every day from I o'clock to ION
and 1:80 to I:t0 p. m.
Bubscrlptlon rates U Dor annum.
8.W. COR. ELEVENTH DUANE BTft
ENGLISH CAPITAL FOR AMERICAN
Important to Americans seeking Eng
lish Captlal for new enterprise A list
comatnlng the names and ad4reaa-a of
35) successful promoters who have placed
over flOO.Ono.OM Btortitif In Foreign In
vestment wtUitn tiie last six years, and
over (11,000,000 for the seven months of
1&9G. I'rica, (S, or 126, payable by postal
order to tho London and Universal Bu
reau of Investors, 30, Cheapstae, London,
E. C. Subscriber wll te ntltled, by ar
rangement ntb the director, to reoelvs
either personal or letter of lntroduatotn
to any of these euociamriU promoters.
This Hat Is first dlaso In every respect,
and every man or firm whose ruun ap
pear therein may ba depended upon.
For placing the following It will be
found 1 n vai uab4e luls or Shares of In-
duatrlaiL Commercial and Financial con
cerns, Morbxage loans, Sal of Lands
1'aAenti or Mines.
SIR EDWARD C. R089,
HON. WALTER C. PBPYI.
CAFT. ARTHUR STIFF
aiVES ciioicK or
Via Spokane and St. Paul
Via Ogden, Denver and
Omaha op St. Paul
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining Chair Cars
Astoria to San Ff-nclsoo.
Columbia. Tueeday, Oct. SO.
State of Cal. Humlay, Oct. 14.
Columbia, Friday, Oct. JO.
Htate of Cal. Wednesday, Nov. 1
Columbia, Monday, Nov. 9.
State of Cal. Saturday, Nov. 14.
Columbia, Thursday, Nov. 11.
Btate of Cal. Tuesday, Nov. 14.
Columbia, Sunday, Nov. 19.
Astoria and Portland Steamers.
T. J. 1'ott-r leaves Astoria at 7 a m.
dally except Sunday. Leaves Portland
dully at p. m., Sunday excepted. Bat-
unlays at 11 p. m.
Telephone leaves Astoria dally ex
cept Sunday at 7 p. m. leaves Port
land dally except Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and general Information oall
on or address
O. W. LOUNSBERRT,
W. H. HURLnURT.
Oen, Pas. Agt., Portland, Or.
President and Manager,
P tlH,, .,, ,'. I njll.l, niaaa4 ru
vrnBir,iiMia SFH tj KmitUNfl,
c, ttltfari rHIablt. uioica ak
vd Umml In mA ll.Ll m
-. - ritlH M-ai.sl -llh hi.,. kl
""'"""' l "tl.g,f Mtrl4a,
TitajUrf fVir r.Bdli,M in Utt, 6-
V lrri i i '"r"" '''iinioiiuu. famshtmw
r - .
do to Elmore, Banhorn's office and see
machine. Take along somo of the twine
"as good as Marshall's," In your pooket,
and test them. Then see how much more
Marshall's will stand. It's money In your
pocket and flah In your net to And out
their new and handsome twine testing
1 .,i. ... oj
m ii k v VsT riia to
Ol.li'.t human for e.'iirliiK pnu nla In Amirlca
J v. rr tintrnt taken nut lr u. la l,miil,t b,f,
tin. (lubliu tij a uutioe glvim Ire oCUiuv
fanreat elrrnlatlrm of anv arlanufle nana. in tha
WirliL, hiiii'ii.ii.iir llliiiiraui.l N.i liVuoiiIn?
man .hm.l.l M vriih.HH I? U-wkV ii imi.
yeari ljlmnnll,a, A iTlir", 1 V
Vu-u.muu.iiui u,dwaj. lw iJr2clr?
WHITE COLLAR LINE
Astoria and Portland
Telephone loaves Astoria dally ex
cept Sunday at 7 p. m. Leaves Port.
land dally except Sunday at 7 a. m.
T. J. rotter leavtw Astoria at 7 a. m."
dally except Sunday. Leaves Portland
dully at 8 p. m Sunday excepted. Sat-
unlays at 11 p. m.
Tlukuts good on both boats. '
U. D. BCOTT, President
E. A. Beeley, Agent, Portland,
C. W. Btone, Agent, Astoria.
Telephone No. II.
AN ENIGMATICAL BILL OP FARE,
For a dinner, served on the Dining oar.
of the Chicago, Milwaukee and Bt Paul
Railway, will be sent to any address ea
receipt of a two-oent postage stamp.
Apply to Geo. H. Heafford, General Pas
senger Agent, Old Colony Building, Chi
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