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THE DAILY ASTORIA N. FRIDAY MOKXINH JINK II. III1I7.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
Telephone No. .
TEKMS UP t KNCIUl'IION.
DAILY.
Bent by mall, per year J6.00
Bent by mall, per month 50
tiorved by cirrlcr, per month 46
WEEKLY.
Bent by mail, per year 2 In advance.
1'oslase free to .ubserlbier.. j
All communication. Intended tor publl -
cation should be Ulivcted to the editor.
. .... ..n kin u
UUblneHa communication of all kinds
ana ivmluancrs must be addressed to
I'ha A.torian.
Tlie Astorlan guarantees to its sub -
acrltx-r. the largest circulation of any
oewMi-aper published on the Columbia
river.
Advertising ratee can be had on appll-
cation to the business manager.
The Weekly Astorlan. the second old
mi weekly In the state of Oregon, has,
uext to the Portland Oregonlan, the
largest weekly circulation ln the state.
John t Handley & Co. M-e our Port-
land agents, and copies of the Astorlan
can be bad every morning at their
land, 124 Third street.
la his tariff debate with Senator Kaw-
llnjrs, on Wednesday, Senator Milts Is re- i
ported to have "severely arraigned" a
protective tariff as class legislation, de-
kipntsl to build up vast funds for dlstrl-
button among beneficiaries at the ex-
Dense of the "forgotten man," the tax-
i-ttjer. He also charsed democratic sen-
ators who are obeying the voice of their
constituents by voting to put cotton nud
other southern products on the dutiable
list as engaged In a radical departure
from the tenets of democracy. It a not
surprising that Mr. Mills breaks cut this
, , . .i
way. He and other pseudo deniCK-raiic
statesmen are writhiiiB ln desperation
over the change of sentiment golns on
all over the South on the tariff qin-siioa'
avalanche last
Ever since the McKink-y
fall these gentlemen have been main- :,...,,, . ,, . , .
complaints an.1 disorders of the stoma h,
taining a discreet siWnce regarding bothj liver and bowels, which are apt to attack
tariff and silver, but the spectacle ol , natives of the temperate xones sojourning
real, simon pure democrats advocating ; or trav''linK -h regions, and Is an
and voting- for a republican tariff Is too
grievous to be longer borne In sibnee perature. exposure to damp or extreme
by these out-of-date and repudiated lead-j fatigue. It not only prevents Intermittent
ers. They know as well as anybody else i an' '"eminent fever, and other diseases of
that they carried the election four years! Blril b' eradicates hem. a
.fact which has been notorious for vn
ago on false pretenses, and that they;
have only kept the South In line against j
the republican party since the war by ap- '
pealing to the the malice of the educated
and Imposing on the ignorant classes
with mIsrepresenta.tlons as to the bene- !
fits and effects of a national protective j
tariff. The history of popular sovem-!
. , . t t j
ment In this country' shows that once
in every generation some school or other1
of prejudiced and selfish duetrlnalr -s have i
i
succeeded In procuring oftlces and notcr-1 There are people w ho have objections
wty by fooling the people on some im- j t0 advertising matter in the columns of
portant public yues-lon. Hut these ab, r- a newsParer. The ground of objection
v , . , !s tnat tne' ! not want to read ad-
rations have only been temporary, and' , . au
, vertisements. Now this objection Is not
with returning reason the people nave j g. for oftentimes th-se advertise
risen and smitten those res;onsible lorjmenta convey valuable Information.
their delusion with a force from which -
there was no recovery. It Is and w!ll'ellnS PubUc learn the excellent din
bo so w-.fh Mr M,iu ,h .h..r. nf vu ot the Wisconsin Cen
j.news men nave reapeu ineir last
;
oenent from the errors and gullibility of,
Southern voters. There is no section of i
the country more truly national In sem! -
ment and predilection than the South
and no section has stood or stands io
realize greater bent-fits from a protective j
tariff. The public career of Mr. Mils
i
will soon be ended. He will never be
returned to office again by his state, and
another general election will sweep the
I
last man of his clan from pow-r or In-
Alienee under the fUrr.l iro.rnm.,n
Some of our democratic fri nd.i in As
toria nre making lieht of the senate's
amendment putting a duty or. the impor
tation of cotton. They affect to ridicule
it as a "sop" thrown to the South, but
why the republican party ln the pknil
tude of its present power should feel un
der any obligation to throw sops to the
South these sapient statesmen omit to j
explain. Perhaps they do not know that '
the amendment concerning cotton was of- j
f . red by n Southern senu'or. Another
thins they say Is that they duty on cot-;
ton can be of no benefit to the South,
since, cotton constitutes one of the great
est export products of the country, ai.d,
ther-fore, does not need to be Imported.
It strikes us as a little singular that
neither the great Mills In his grinding
the other day, nor the Benatoii.il cct.
torilonist Vest has thought to make
this powerful Bop argument against the
Dlngley tariff. For the benefit of ourj
Clatsop county aolons we have prepared
the following little statement of th Im
ports and value of raw cotton brought
to this country during the year 1S05:
From
United Kingdom l'i,Jsl,.T'J 81,nT3JM
Other Kunqie . to.i-0' Zl-'l
South America . I'.l.at! 14;,B.'
Kast Indies .. t.T.t)
Other Ada and Ocentii.-a 4i.ri 4".,iV'
Africa (hypti . .... K.VWM .l.'.KI.V.'J
Other CouutrUs ,,:it iu,
Totals
, lU.'f'.M.il ?',,lTl,i.r.i
During the same year the value of man
ufactured cotton Imported Into this coun
try is shown by the treasury figures to
have been 3,Ui,S31. It Is the aggregate
of these sums; namely, the amount of
iU,6,m, which tho republicans propoe i
to Imvt In th norkr-t. of Sonlhi-rn
farmers Hml michanlv. A prvtty IMy
"sl" for oiylwtly to h.ive m-oun.l tr.-o
ilny.", w think!
A fruit company of Santa Clara. Cali
fornia. Is enaiiKol In drying potatoes,
n.l by the SHIl of this month will haxe
vi.ftM )xunds of the prthlnet ready for the
market, utileh represents nve limes k
many pounds of pnvn potato.-. It Is
n.u entirely clear why some twi' In Clat
sop county mlcltt not i-tuiuct- In the suae
industry with satlst:ietoiy result. We
have p'.i-nty of the raw m. t, t lo 1 and then
Is said ta l- an Ineieaslns demand for
product.
; ;.,limrv ln
;
S-.m is iiKiut to W rain .1 to .m nil .y.
. .nl i v-lY. !. nl l'r..ifii: li.,ni...-i
siokn of for thai nation. In Vt--
"" tr.-iltv.l visions it.vn Si-.iitt ui.l
j the fnivd States ;m t-.-ttor irl.vtlon
' ,-oul.l K- made b 1'r. si. I. in M.-Ki'-l.-v.
i
! There Is (jreat need for a eo,-l-h,i.le.l nan
j at Madrid Ju-t now.
,
All the surplus vceci.ihle- seeds In t'.i.
hands of the national d.wrtinent of a
rioulture have been distributed to tin
! ivople In the t!ood, d ON-.rlris aloi.s th-
J Mississippi river, and ar.- Wine plant., I
as the river subsides. No better use cot. Id
hav been male of them.
From the recent etlvns of the sultan
It would appear as If Allah an.1 the clar
of Kussla had gone Into partnership. CoL
Hamid Is very particular to that all
j demands purj'ortinr to come from Allih
are counlersiimed nnvl approvc-1 by the
ctar.
i A XIATTKU OF IXTKREST TO TltAV-
j F.I.KRS.
;
! Tourists, eniisrams and mariners find
; thjl, ,rtW(lHt).r.s toma.n m,,,., a
nuNllcinal safeKjard afainst unheilthful
influences. tivn which they can Implicitly
rely, since it prevents the effrt-ts that an
l. mi. lie, iu.tieti i'.llluisi ilti'n-,
'
utviecustom. d or unwholesome diet. Kid
W!ltr or othtp oonljtil,ns unfavorable to
health, would otherwise produce. On long
voyages, or j.vimeys by land In latitudes
! a,,,:K',,nt ' ,ho ' esm-elally
! useful as a preventative of the f. brile
excellent protection against the Influence
of extreme cold, sudden ch.insvs of tern-
, North anJ Am
ico, the West Indies, Australia
countries.
I It may not Ix Rer.erally known that
i florists are called upon to metch blossor.is
t0 fnx ks. Mr. Rosenstoek Is authority f
the statement that they are fr-.iuently
,'nt for ,0 'nsIect frowns and judsr what
flowers would best accord w ith them
. i..u.u u.i imm.
THE OBJECTION" XOT GOOD.
For Instance, how else would the trav
I tral lines between St. Paul and Chicago,
, . . . .
or tne general comfort of traveling over
this popular line. For particulars call
on the nearest ticket agent or address
!J - C- Ponl- O. P. A.. Milwaukee, Wis.,
or Geo. S. Batty, General Ag-nt. 246
Stark street. Portland, Or.
What a reli-f It Is to see little liov
;..r-sse,i i,y sensii.ie moin.-rs who do r.ot
( m ike Buys of them by retaining 'on
(firusn curls after the young-ster is In
Ther. are two reasonabl
things whl
everyUjdy should do: tnk.
food care of
one's health: and if lost r-galn it quickly
an.i to this everybody will agree. And
th-re re a gr-at multitude of people who
ar.- agreed that for lsth purposes Simmons
1-iv-r Regulator is the best helper. "I am
troubled with torpid li-. .-r and nothing
gie. s n lief so quick lik.- Simmons Me i
r."g:.lator."-F'.. I!. Strang.-, Lake rity
Flu.
IMa.-k ribbon and hoilyho.
re the only trimming on a
k blosoms
ric.- stnw
La
If you have h: .: G tope, 0
you know its ,-.ch i ,.rJ pai-.s,
the fever, :he chil :,l'ie cough,
the dep.-culon y ;u know
tht m a 1 The G:h:z c-rhauits
the nervous syt; n c':'-,' !y,
lowers th-. vitality. Taj
thing;; should be done at once:
the bo.y must be strength
ened, and force must be given
to the nrrvous system. Cod
Ihrer Oil will do the first; Hy
pophosph tet the second. These
are perm tnently and oleasantly
combined in Scott's Emulsion.
It lifts th despondency and
heals the inflamed membranes
of the throat and lungs.
But you need not have LA
GRIPPE.
You can put your rystem in
a condition unfavorable to it.
You can have rich, red blood
resistive strength; steady brain
r.nd nervrs. Scott's Emulsion
prevents as well as cures.
And whether you se- d or co
for Scott's Emu sion, be sure y
you get the genuine. E
SCOTT ft BOW
f., Vew York. i
rT "'"
HOBBS
Challenges the Citizens
of Astoria.
A lubllc rest Agreed I'pon nnJ the
Result to be Published In
This lpcr.
CAN
HOBBS SUA5TANTIATI:
ct.Ai.ns?
HIS
1
JULIUS HOBBS, M. D.
In l-w of the gnat Importance of this
challenge, not only to the cttir. n 0f ; .n:--stiv trouble. When men m.vi, the
Astoria, but to the entire rlvtlii-d world, j sreetlni.- usually Is. "Well, how me ou""
the public will bo lnter.-st.-d In the out- Tn"' de-lop.-s health talk. The man
come of what may he properly termed anil" " 'ovl or stoma h Irrible
public investigation of a discovery thai!' "''uesi a curiosity. Trouble Is men
will become famous and prove of Incal
culable Importance to the great mass of
people who are suffering In one way and
another from kidney ailments and other
attending Ills.
The offer made by Pr. Hobbs In his
challenge above alluded to. Is a simple
and plainly w orded one. In a nutshell j
he asserts that he has discovered ai
that remedy that will positively cure that
mo.-t Insidious and common of all com-1
plaints, disease of the kidneys: whi 'h Is i
wrvklm; men and women by the score
la sly.
The itood that u'.n he accoinpli.-hed by
a Hsitivc sn-cl:lc. one that can he admin
istered in a simple ami plain way
other word, a grand, universal mr.-t.-lnr
for all kidney troubles-will U- hailed as!
as a Co.ls. nd everywhere.
Tiie claims made for the remedy In I
question i.re. speaklnc In a e:i-ral
s.-nse. that the Hobbs K. nudy Com
pany of Chicago and San Kranelsoo. are
the owners of an ASPAftAiU S KII'NKV
ItK.MKPY which they positively assert
will cure all kidney diseases, with the
exception of those where tumors and
ulcers have formed and a sumlcul oier.i
tloa Is necessary.
It Is not our puriwse In this arti.-le to
enter Into a general dlseussion of the vast
number of different forms of kldnev
troubles, but to treat them us a whole, ns j
spac-e In this tviT does not permit us to
do otherwise.
It Is thought that the only possible
way to publicly determine the vnlue cf
Pr. Hobbs' discovery Is to
GIVE FREE TO ALL
those who are interested In this mat'.-r .1
-ample box of this medicine, and to
have it done in such an open manmr
that none can question the honesty of
the t-st.
For the purpose yf making this test n
large number of sampl. s have b.-.-n m
to .
CHARLES ROGERS,
wh!?h will be given to any and all ar
sons who will call at his store on Sat
urday. June 12, from '.' a. m. to 7 p.
m. To each applicant for a free sample
of these pills we will also give a little
look on kidney diseases, which sets out
In a cl.-ar plain manner Just such Infor
mation as would be wanted by anyone
with weak kidneys.
For fr.e samples of pills.
WRITS TO OK ''ALL ON'
CHARLES ROGERS,
Cdd Fellow's Building,
ASTORf A, OREGON.
Mr. Isaac Horner, proprietor of the
liurton House, P.urton, W. V., and
one of the mot widely known m :n ln
the stale, was cured of rheumatism after
threr; years of Buffering- He says:
have not sufficient command of language
to convey any Idea of what I suffered,
my physicians told me that nothing could
done for me and my friend w- r fully
onvinced that nothing but death would
elleve me of my suffering. In June,
Mr. livens, then salcsnvin for th' Wheel
ing Drug 'o., recommended Chamber-
hir.'s I'ain I'alm. At this rime my foot
and limb were swollen to more than
loulde their normal siz- and It seemed
t'i me my bg would burst, but soon ffl'-r
I began usinK the I'ain liulm the swell-
began to deerea.se, the jiain 10 I' avc,
ind now I consider that I am in-lr.-Iy
ur'-d. I-'or :.! by Kste.-Conn Urt Co.
Judging by th- erowds always around
the shirt Wfll.st counters, you would ihlrk
this style of garment, was the only one
known to the feminine world.
'Tbere'H no use In talking," says V. j
II. ISroHdwell, dniKglst, Im Cypne, Kan.,
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and iJiar-
rh'ft Jem-dy does the work. Aft'-r tiiklng
medlclnn of my own preparation iivl
those of others, I took a dose of C'Purn-
berlain'fi and It helped me; a necond
dose cured me. Candidly and eonsrlen
tlously I can recommend It as the best
thing on the market. The 23 and . cent
sizes for sale by Kates-Conn Drug Co.
The man who Is fo tidy that he wipes
the dust off his boots with his po'-k't-handkerchief
Is not altogether well lal-
anced In his eieanlin'-iis.
fjandruff, which eauacs so much I'.h-
Imr of the scalp, can be cured by Hall s
Hair Renewer, because It Is a corrective
tonic for the jrlnnds producing dandruff.
Kick headache can he quickly and com
pletely overcome by using thone famous
ittlo piils knovn as "DeWilt'a Littb
iarly Kis'-rs." Charles Itog-rs.
An Ideal June day was yesterday.
MARINl; NUWS.
I llltlll W AIRH, l oWW MUH.
I'ATK. : A. M. i P.M. ! a. M, f I. M "
li.tn ft It m ft , Ii in ft h m (t
Tiudy. .' s- 4 t it t" j u V, ti M j -i ,c 1 a
Wediud'y II t.Wiim nivfisi I II IS' 1 4 V J
Tliumitny .U le c. j; n u s 1; ,. M, in x' J .V
KrldrtV . , l n -.V li 4' l.s.v IlMiO i .1A.SJ
SMUiintay 1 II VI s S in i s ' 4 .jUiii 4 Vi ;l
Nunday . u'l-.1 In ? I II lenni i:t I a svj.t.i
Monday. II li7;ti (.'! I 7 ttiWlU
T1IK STAilV: tF W ATK II,
I- - i B
M'M'IOX. ? J? f .! -
S t - i it r
i -: 37 f e
i - ' s
I'-"! ll:llld. I M' 1'. ! -l l-l el. nut ' I
the I -ulli-s, i e ii ; to elr.iv
I'lleitltiti. r. . .v..". a .,t ie.r n-
! V'riliporlW iisli - a ,o eleiidv e.ml
W enntelie-' li S -e ' O1 l-l. eleuil ; hi
l.e isi.m. Idiibo
W e.ser, Idnlu... m .li I .0 el Mr .v--l
.NiAHINi: XOTKS
I -c i --.i ;l, !- a I .ili.d i.-.i rt.n
fcr iiO'ptMin
'""'a- Ai:-c l'l,-:i. fi iid, vi.miu liiuh. ,
. I. .H-I-.1 ) .-.l, i day f.-r San Kliin. I-. ,-,
a eat'no of I'."- teet of lumber, : '-ar-rels
ef M.Hiks. and a li. net'al rarn.
The Japanese Un k T- uklo Mani, dp-
I tain K.-n. ka. ch.ir. d -i . r.t i v (or Ku
du-no mi, Japan, wlili a eai-go of fi'.1
pices, or y"-:.;u feet if loiit'i lumber.
She will put to s,a tmlay without a
i-it.H. tii. .api.Uu ii-swiuUiw the ivsin-t-
J b'.lity ror his ship.
-v.uiosi ecr man in America lius some
take no care of themselves. They eat
is thoimh they had copper stoma -lis im.l
bowels yf brass. ny and by, overwork.d
nature rv!-es. Then e,-me h-uida -ties,
nenonsiK . bad Mood, liver an I l.i.l
ney troubles. Ir. I'l.-ree's Pleasant l'.
lets iurnl-!i help for , onstlpailon and l..r
pld liver, sick heailach , llnin.;is. sou,
stomach. I.ws of appetite, ludkes'lori. or
dsp,-ps.i, windy t-lchliass. --h -urtb u-i,"
1.i1ii and dlsir. ss after eatliu;. and Mn-ii.-l
.ieraiiKetuetits of the Ihor. st.un icn
and
OWls. Accept 110 subsillute.
rtatii resia-ir n.is im l'l,;i id-Iphl i I'm I
' i- II sou i; lit In ,-aitse t'ley Were ;mI.
iiM-i'lll,- s-. p.., ul ip t ' . 1 1 tl.eu- at-'
ti- ii. -s is b.-inu r.ipl I'y ,n: II. d. I
j hi-.
I,
v- H. I'lK.-r. with K
'" -t--. Ind.. writ
Aik-ns i'o.
' 1 ha- n. -1 r
!, f..r-.
Hat I
i;Uen a testimonial In my li'e
wiil say that f.-r ihne years ttc
nave n.
r beep wltiiout t'li.itnU-rlain's
roll.- and Cholera and 1 !arrt-.n-a m
i.ly In the house, and my wif.- uouldi
is s.-on think of K-liut wltuout ttour i.sj
,i com., oi ;nis ueim.iy in the summer
season. We have used It with all ihi-.e
of our children and It has nc-r 'id. d
to cure-not simply st.ip pain, but cure
abnilut.-ly. It is all ru-ht. and anyone
who tries It will I nd It so." For l.y
'onn I'ruir Co.
Tho hapi.le-t woman
nut spend her time ,-nd.
the irray hairs her ne
p.ss,-ssini:.
is she Who doe
orir t-.i r. -naive
w arrants In r In
I Keonomy is something that everyndy
I tries to praeti. e. iirul y. t Ju't ., it;l
.'oversight will sometlmis rob the most
I frugal and thrifty family of a y. at'i , -. -I
lags. Vou want to .'o as J. !'. 'l! l
I mafin. cf Montb-cllo. li.i.. d'd. II- ni..e
I "Fur six yiars I have kept S'tuuion
I Liver li. g-dator In my li.n.-e, and us. J
jit in my family, and have had 11.1 n. ed
I for a du.-tor. I have :lv as !:.;!.!
hlldren as you can find."
And now the farmer's wife Is -n . 11T 1 1 .
im; on the new fur wrap the rn.in. y 'r.aii
the siinimer Iwiard.-r will buy tor her.
With th- blood full
heated t.-rm Is all the
of humors, tie
m.ire oppres-dv
Olve th.- svst.m .1 thorn
h eeiinlnr
with Ay.-r's S.irsanilla and a d..- r
I two "f Av.-r's fills, and you will -nloy
j Suintr.. r as never i .-fore !n e;r li:.-.
.l i-t trv tills fur nnee. and vo I'll not r--i
peni it.
I!i
-k g
ry
rari'iities tnarl.. e (: f.rl:.
harming for summer w.
skirts
A H.N AT.
For al cheap and on easy terms,
f.ur choice building lots In McCUr..
Astoria. For particular call on Howell
Vu.--. .",!'i H .n l stt-et.
nL'ILDERS ANT COSTR CTO P. 3.
If you want good lumber and ! .
prices figure with th- Oob-I Mills
w. ft. i:nv.i:os. nw.t.
c,ITuner'"l-il stre -t. Atorla.
1v "I
SIMM0N"S
regulator:
32
TUe Favorite Home Remedg.
For ail diseases ca jsed by derangement
of the Liver, Kidneys, and Stomach.
Keep it always in the house and you
will save time and Uoctor'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
I
less at night, a dose of bIMMONS 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. II. Z.dlin & Co., 1'tilladelphi.v. "
mt"T"TT.
MVKctiWc Preparation rwAs
slmitatintf the lx! ami UevJ uU
ttiig llic Stonuidis mt lknwb of
l'romciti's l")it;csli on.C lcc r ful
tics.iiullw-st.l'ontdlns neither
Opitim.Morphinc nor Miiu".wl.
Xl)T N AH CO TIC.
yuyju. W"
fiA.ll. XA
Amf In
tffi nmnt .
1 UoSS SmU
lhmS,td -
it
Apcrfect nenu'ily rorfonsl'iM-
lion. Sour Stonwvch,l)i;iritkea,
Wonws .Convulsions .Kevmsh
ness oikI Loss or Sleep.
Tac Simile Sidtwtlure of
NKW VOHK.
tXACT COPVOf WRAPPtR,
i
asto
Hustler's Astoria
Twentieth St. out! McKee Ave.
Good Reason
Why Lots
...Are Selling...
ASTORIA INVESTMENT CO.
482 Bond Street.
NO-TO-BAG
tiro, 1 Jr 'in bofe old. IDminiiM linn Ita mmr
ferai. Ne.ut.4c U tlieirrvAlesI liervw-fisiO lu III wo, kl. Mao, tflu k ismiHU In IOiU. nrt It uefv,
f'U to ui ike 1 lie wrak lmM.i.nl ihad Atn-. vWmu ami nmiriieild. Ju.l tr, Ik.i Veu will Ins Oe.
i.Hhusl. W(- es-ri ,..u le 1-eheVd lit o bir ruw I. i.ilutet, iiunriilesl l, ilrtitfirl.u ovorr-
tu-r-H--n.l ter .t:r I. . ktf "lN.n l T.-I4es, sell ir.1 sm,,ke Vour lata A"l." wftiiDn t UMtukav li4
Ctcauaitila. AiVlt.u 1 UC k 1 4.ilUlU 11M kl t CO., lkla Iwb.
Mold and (i imrunti ,-d by I'tuia. Uo(er, l'ruKidt.
FOR
TILLAMOOK
NEHALEA1
AND OTHER
COAST POINTS
STEAMERS
R. P. Elmore
W. H. Harrison
Augusta....
.ALL.,
...Open for Special Charter...
Sailing daiea to and Irom Tillamook
and Nchalcm depind upun
tha weather.
Fur HrelKht and PaaMfigcr
j katca Apply To
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO.
0. U. 4 N. CO., Atnti. Portland
SEASIDE SAWMILL.
A complete stock of lumber on hand
In the rough or drewied. Flooring, ru.
tic, celling and all kind, of finish ; mold
Inns and shingles. Terms reasonabl
and price, at bedrock. All order
piornptly attended to. Office and yard
t mill. H F L. LOOAN.
Seaside, Oregon. Proprietor.
J. B. WYATT,
Phon. No. 68
Aatorla, Or.gou
Hardware,
Ship Chandlery,
Groceries, I
Provinions. j
FAINTS and OILB.
Special AtUntlon Paid to Supplying Shlpa.
A. V. ALLEN,
DEALER IN
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruit
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies.
Cor. Tenth and Comm.rclaJ .treat
SEE
THAT THE
FAC-SIMILE
SIGNATURE
-op
IS ON TIIE
WRAPPER
OF EVERY
BOTTUC OF
Ctrl li "'. cn..! Ml!t oalr. It
It ftet n I h tu'.k. IVu'l situ knjrent to m11
y-o av1..:-l ('as m th. fli-4 u prvmlw ib.t It
It "jait 4 gl" and "ll amw.r twrjr (mr
p... " -fert that :" p C A-8-T O K I .
i. .
SitlldU'ti t)h tin- Holllll Hltlt
of A-toriaV liills.
Twrntv l'grt't'si warnu'i
antl vt'pttutioii :i tlayn in
atlvaiict' of the North nlt
.Mimnilift'iit nits fur i
itKiicis, ovtilookiiij; rivn
ami bay, mninv ami ulu-l-ttTctl.
Kasy antl nutural nratl"t;
littlf or 110 ratlini' i it- lt I
Tii ha. -
GUARANTEED
TOBACCO
HABIT
CUREC
tn doitmr ttMillatr for l.heeoln nr
TltANI-IIItT ATIII' I.INHH.
Are You (Joiiiif KastV
(ia aur. .nd a that your tlck.t
read. VI.
THE NORTH-WESTERN
' LINE.
-. -ltiai
CHICAGO.
ST. I'AUL,
MINNEAPOLIS
ull
OMAHA liAIIAVAVS.
Thu I. th.
GREAT SHORT LINK
H.iwtMin
DULUTM.
ST. PAUL,
C!-IICA(;;
.vim
all
I (11. Is
Si'iiii..
i.-t
Hill
Their Maa-nlflcent Track. IVarlrmi V m
1 1 billed Dining and Weeping Car
Tralna and Mai to:
M CI H J "
, Have given mia romt a national r'Outa
I tlon. All clanae. of piianrnxnrs rurrtad
I on tho vesllbuled train, without iru
charge. Ship your freight uud tr.iv.i
over tin ramoua line. All agnnta lm
ticket.
V: H. MEAD, P. 0. HAVAOi:,
nen. Agent. Trav. F. and P. Agt.
M.i rvuamngion t., i'ortlanil. ir.
San Francisco
TO
Astoria and Portland
VIA
Eureka, Cal. and Coos Rny.
S. S. HOMER
Will Make Heiiular Trip
Kvery 14 Dnyn.
j VnmeuunTH anil FrtiiKlit lit Ilednood
: Kates.
Japanese Goods
OrientMl Curiow
Noveltien
1
WING Ll, 543 Commercial St.
WHITE COLLAR LINE
STEAMER lit! tRW '
Portland-Astorfi
rtiemw l'-v. ISMllnjtd dally
follow.: Alder Mrwl dmk : .
and T;46 p. 111. Ah U"t d.M-K 7 a. if
mid H p. lit.
U-avo. Aslni1
0, It. and V. H, N, doi k. a.m.
and : p, 111. . U, N. dock, T
n. 111. and 7 P in
Halurlay nlht uniiiimt iMivva) Von
and fiMiu AI.W .irwd I'"1
p, m. and A.h W1 di" 10 9.
111, Honmlul litoludwi Biimlay ntM
txxtt nut of IVrtlattd umI AtorU,
hut no Hunday timrninf l"1!. Nlrfcl
..t from Porilan-I o.mnH'i. with
Mcttimr-'MIIIK"
at t'alhlain.l at 5 a m. daily iop
Monday 'r W.-lport. Cllft-m u4
Ktmppn. and all laiidlniia oil !
i.lo.
t'. II. Ht't'TI', IToald.ot
li. A. Hm-le), Aaelll. Portland,
t W. Htone. Agrlil. Aatmla.
Tclephiiim No. 11
Marshall &
Company's
Twine
Rlmore, Smtborti
& COat Aucnla
Frrwli from the mill for W flhln.
Kvery luill uaiantmt. I'leauw r.Hrt
any liiiH-rf.-. tbui HKWAIti: i'r I MI
TATIiNS. Kvnry IhiII tnut I inaikal
"MAItHIIAI.I, A I'll, MIlllKWHUriir
MII.I.H" Miinufiotur,-! fiuu a-lt-t4
rlaj, .pn-lally for t'i I.IM HI A ItlVfclt
KIHIIt.Vtl. See that miy b.il hear,
thu MAItHIIAI.I. la l-l
. 7, I. . 10, II, i:. U, It ply i)'
12. U. 14. li. ll ply W
7, , 9, 10 ply 30'.,
A SPECIALTY.':;:;;;
Uff Itl.tMll) 1 lsO;; i:tiinn!f
( ft If ft'U ('ftfi-r on tun hr m,) (.
If w fail ( 1 1 ui Iff btt tur
Hlfl, M ill .-
Piin. M ucuuiVnu Iim in initit!i, Hurt i hrttai,
iitiilMi, t tir 4 ottiicl Miia. I rtr u
vy if(uC Hi Iliir or hriw rlttn
rfi.l, 11 f H"i Hnruilnry 1'l.iMill I'lilsuM
v 0 j tirtii uirtirv . it t iv -to'ttl
.tnt.i tmmmm mitA rhUrittf ilm wurlil for
in ii ri raatinl viiroa i ii !i-
("tnttfti t lt htl 'f Ml" IIM't riitllirnt ftliW
i.-tt. AI(l,(MHI ri-ttal I -'l-i. I (.i.r uiKMii ip
t f-i gnrutf Atttiuit vr.xif-j .r -i r,c-i q
1'iKvin, AJilft- mk Mirlv tUta
SNAP A KODAK.
at niiy in ant entiling- 0111 .0
oui aiet n.i.l ).ii ii
punrmt ef n II1.U1 lo'ltinlu,
eer nitti ..irAiai.' t'ae
"iirll ipiuiity In !i. il.jn.ir
r lute ll, IitTel ft,. l-lieiiKl, l(
l-leaaa nnf ni4n
COMK AND THY TI I KM
HUOMI-S & CO.
AHTOHIA IKtlN WDUKH
Front Bl foot of in,, A.b.ria
General Macninisis nml Boiler Makes
Lanlao4Mr tni'n.,, Il,,il., ,,)a, Si..
hnat and Cann.iy W,.,n a s,,., 1,1,,
C.aillnri of AH ti tlpfl -m Mt4. in OiJ.f
Minrt Ni.tl.i
John "oi ...Preal.leni and Hiirtiiiiidant
rJ ..K01; Vl'"' '''"ent
- lr"l H. r.iar7
Aatorla Savlnir Dank Tr--aur.r
Jcvru, nmi Trade-Mark obtalnM ft ml nil alr
trtt l)iiiinrc"iilii lf(Uur Modchatc 9tf.
)OuftOrrict isOrrofliTK U. . PaTiHTOrrieif
.till! WO IHI.W, MIS Hlf IU U J (ju0 UlUt
lemma (i"in Wmliinion.
hcild ftHKJrl. l1tMllit( phnin,, with Arvrip
tlnn. W mlvi-r, If (mtftiMtiir T not, Irro u(
tturffft. Our (c im ttun till 1,1 i ,r. xurd
A PMHLZT. H"W I'l t'l-Uin 'Itrini." wlhi
mt ! Mine in tho U. S. Mi.J lijfciL'11 loumii..!
wilt lice, yiuurcH,
c
it
C.A.SNOW&CO.
p. PTrT Office, WaaHiNaroN. 0. C
I heso liny lais.ii..
CiipVjIlJ!' , ,, , ,
m of (!o;i;- . ., .. ,
Injoclions.ni. I.,.
(fiseast-s with- - '' I
IU D.HS.im 01 l,n;i;.
Ciibebio' Injnclions.'i
thn limn
out Incnnvunii-nrii.
'Mil fir nl! ifrn
'" ""iiiitrliu-a
' tm I to 6 da, 1
mia. anHaiuril ui
Oa.mnu.4
llrMlar.
1 ,. . i ' ,.' iiinmiim-
, ,,,,,,,,u (lf ,,.
fmtvam Cmn"-! Ru, l'n. Nim a.iriiii.iii,
. niiinitmiri n P""! Ulild biw I . .
or i.-i.t In plain wrrrr.
SfSTUr. J-
Clruiilar ai.nl Vuj
Emil Schacht
ARCHITECT
TiPOD poison
rtirv. li
iiai
Mi
2i
Rooms3i7-3i8
Portland Saving Bank Bldjr.
Portland, Oregon.

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