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L. THK DAILY ASTORIAX. FKIHAY MOKXIXU, AHilST i, UW7. JOHN T. LIGHTER. Editor. Telephone No. M. TBKMS Or SIBHCKlPriON. DAILT. Sent by mall, per yeav J6.00 Bent by mail, per month M Served by carrier, per month 45 WEEKLY. Sent by mall, per year $2 in advance. Poxtage fre to subscribers. All communication intended for publi cation ahottid be directed to the editor, itualneaa communication of all kinds and remittances must be addressed to Tbe Astorian. The Astorian guarantees to Its sub scribers the targeet circulation of any nev paper published on the Columbia river. Advertising rates can be had on appli cation to the business manager. The Weekly Astorian. the second old-' est weekly in the state of Oregon, has, next to the Portland Oregonlan, the largest weekly circulation In the state. John F. Handley & Co. are our Port land agents, and copies of the Astorian can be had every morning at their stand, 114 Thlr.' street. throw health. That important channel The Dlngley bill Is characteriiod as !"' " ,ho bow' !- ma kopt , . . . . j fctly free from obstructions by using measure made by trusts and for trusts. I . . . I the non-griping, gently acting and agrw It ts no such thing. Trusts are nowhere al,1 cathartic. Hostel tor's Stomach p.;;. provided for In it according to their de. mands and expectations. American In- dustrtes are all remembered In It, as In the nature of things. The purpose of the bill, frankly declan-d. was to raise i 0!;ans are likewise nlnfon-e,l and revenue for the support of the govern. aroused to healthful action by this te ment and to promote the Inten'st, ,if ; n,''fuvnl ,onlc an'' corn ctive. and every American labor and Industries. And l1 mUv'" am' mrve ''X,"'r- 1 fences a share of Its Invigorating Infill it was that such industries as had come J,nc,. fnobj, ctlonable. thoroitsh. a mos, under the dominion of trusts had to 'genial and w h.I, some m.Mlclnal stim be legislated for with the rest. But In j am' owing its effl-.u-y to botanic no Instance did any trust have it way. CIUIWS exclusively. It is the remedy n-st The sugar trust, even the most aggres. ' slve and welUntn-nched of all the trusts got a black eye. What was presented and demanded by Its friends in the way of a schedule was rejected. Then, after- , , wards; the compromise schedule Dre- ' sented to take the place of the Aldrich schedule was scaled down In conference, The schedule which was adopted and Is . . , . ... now a law lacks a great deal of giving what the sugar trust wanted and tried hard to get But let it be admitted that i the trusts In the way described do Je- , rive benefits from the rates of the Dingley j In 1S5- when I served my country as s bill. Did not the Gormon-WIison bill private Comny A- 1STth Pnsyl , , i vanla Volunteers, I contracted chronic minuter to the trusts In the same way j. . . . ... a diarrhoea. It has given me a great deal Would It be possible to draft a tariff bill j0f trouble ever since. I have tried a on protection lines which would entirely 'doxen different medicines and several shut out combinations of capital from ;Promlnnt doctors without any perman ,,. . .j, . , . , lent relief. Xot long ago a friend sent me sharing in the rates carried by the meas- ; ,v,7L ......... ! a sample bottle of Chamberlain s Colic, ure. And ha it not been clearly demon- ;cholera and D1rn(Ba Ren,edy. and after started that whether the party of avowed jthat I bought and took a 50-cent bottle: protection principles or the party of free : nn( now I can say that I am entirely cur trade principles Is In power, a revision ieJ' 1 cannot be thankfuI enough to you , ., i for this great Remedy, and recommend of the tariff designed to supply the gov- ' . , , , . kkij iur u t0 aI1 sufferln? Vterans. If in doubt ernment with money enough for its sup. j write me. Tours gratefully. HENRY port must and will be executed along ' STEINBERGER. Allentown, Pa. Sold by protection lines? i Estes-Conn Drug Co. Not since the agricultural department was established has it been in charge of such a capable and wide-awake chief as the present secretary. Within the four short months of his control of the department, he has accomplished more for the country's farming Industry than was done by some of his predecessors In their entire four-years' term of office. Nothing that seems to be of the slightest interest to American farmers Is allowed to escape his attention. He Is now pre paring to send abroad two competent experts to obtMn Information about the probable effect of the opening of the Trans-Siberian railway on the exportation of the wheat crop of the United States. The railway will be put in operation in l:"?. It will traverse the fertile Siberian grain fields, and. In connection with other roads, will furnish wheat to Eu rope at a reduced cost. The agents will study freight rates and report whether the Increased means of transportation will cause loss to the grain growers cf this country. The gov-rnment's financial affairs are In excellent snap. The gold r-s, rv.. has increases) from $l''2,ii,i.i a y.-ar a-.'o to U41,i,. The available cash In the treasury a year ago was fc'O .'.', Inrg ly received from sabs of bonds; to-lay the available cash is tZ". IZ2,': ', only ;,. "O.uvV less, dial none of It derive.) from bond sales. The receipts of the govern ment have- grown from :''ri In th-r fiscal year V'A to VU&MWn for the fis-i,l year ended July 1, IKSi. Secretary Gage thinks that there Is a broad and solid basis for confidence, for business activ ity, for general prosperity In the near fu ture. Th.re will be no more trouble with the gold reserve. There Is no hoarding of gold. The "endless chain" is no longer a menace. Even If the new tariff law should not at once do away with the deficit, there Is an ample amount of available money In the treas ury to tide over. "The business men of the country who have been waiting for the passage of the tariff bill as a signal to go ahead wlflj their operations," says Mr. Gag- "need have no fear that any flaws In the government finances are going to retard the work of restoring prospcrl'y." He gives tlie further as surance that needed currency reform will 1 he scrompltnliitJ In' (too,! time, and "this will be done without the ullavhteat din. turbnnee of existing conditions nml with out any h,-k whatever to business." Seetvtnry Unite lo,-e not Ivlleve that tho prophet of evil cn, under the clrcum. nUtmvn, make sit lmpreaM.in with their gloomy argument: for "the swihI of deprwwlon iin.l iltcouraii nu nt In piv.ioh. ed to empty lienclue tho ix-ople ore busy lth their own affairs a tut have no time to listen to the Muger of Jen-minds." The discovery of gold In Alaska opens up rich Held for the indlcm and already Mens ure at hand that the con. thlence nn n of all strip -s uro at work utilising this latest Inspiration to the acquisitiveness of the human race. It Is going to be a hard experience for th miners themselves. If but half the warn, 'ngs that have been given cf dar.gvrs In the Yukon ngion ure well founded, but unless tho stay-at-heni'-n keep a pretty harp eye on the main chance and refrain from long-.lissan.v speculation 'in the gold fields except upon flrst.'-lass i authority, there will be equivalent dls, tress t this distance from the cold and the hunger of the Alaskan wastes. CLEAR THE WAY. ! . For the escape from the system of ,u waste and debris, which. If retalmd. would vitiate the bodily fluids and over- ters, which not only liberates Impurities but Invigorate the lining of the intes tinal canal, when weakened by consti pation or the unwise use of violent , ,r gatlves. The stomach, liver and urlnnrv adapted to household i?e. on account of its safety, wi le soyv and spe-My icln. j A queer tradition Is rs!ons:! ! for the !Annu-,l disapivar.inee of thousttds of ! Fr'noh sllv"r flv,-trano '" v, 's U !l a ithe coins war rtrst cln'iilatd it I sniil ' .- . . i Napoleon concealed In one, written on : asbestos paper, a check on the Park of j France for :V"". payable to the b-arer. The rvult of :he mythical tale is that 'many of the ple- s are trok-n in two. 1 A REMARKABLE CURE OF CHRONIC DIARRHCEA. ! An English paer says that Flore-nce Nichtlngal 'Teceiv'-il her Christian i name from the town In which she was i bom Florence, Italy. Her name Is not ! Nightingale, but Shore, her father l;lng ja Nottingham banker whs Inh-rited th I estates of Pete-r Nightingale on condition 'that he assume his name. "Let me give you a pointer," said M. F. Gregg, a popular conductor on the Missouri Pacific railroad. "Do you know that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DiarrhOB Remedy cures you when you have the stomach ache? Well, It does." And after giving this friendly bit of advice, the Jolly conductor passed on down the aisle It is a fact that thou sands of railroad and traveling men never take a trip without a bottle of 'this Remedy, which is the best cure for bowel disorders in the world. 23 and 50 I cent bottles for sale by Estes-Conn Drug 'Co. j Sark, the . small"', cf the Chtinn.I : Islands, will be iV- f:rt of the Rrr.I.-l: . possesion in widen the postoffie will jus; the Marconi syst-m of telegraph without wires. The Island has now no t-.legraphie communication with the out t world ;tnd is ofT-n eut off enMrely ' by the fogs, and storms. J'jhn 'Irifflth, of Zan-svill-. .. .iys; j' l tiev-r !lvl a 'ay for th:rty y-ar-iwitiio-i" .s-ifferlr.g -goiiy, until a box of !li- Witt's Wt-h Hazel Sal v.. 'und my I :.;:--." For jilles and n-eie! tio'.'Me". ir'i-. -;irairs, z n.a ,i:ai 'li j .-kin '.-oubl-.- la- Vi::'4 With ,;.-..) :?-t!v..- :i. .,:;:!.. I., fhari- s I'.'.g- rs. I .'.a- ie,n- of or r .-r- iac n '. ry i w- ek .'rem th- I.or; Ion ) nny-i.n-:li--':-.t ; mefrs. It in j roposed to supply i 1-etr'elty o: 'he s: m. plan. "I crave but Or.e Minute." ?aid the public speake r in a husky voice: and '.hen lie took a dos of One Minute Cough Cure and proceeelwl with his ora'ory. One .Minute Co'ith Cure is uneejualled for throat and lung 'roubbs. ("has. rtotjer.s. At a recent m-tlng of the Royal Soci ety In Ixindon th're was exhibited a new apparatus for registering the number of strokes made with the oars of a row boat. Brush the hair daily through to the scalp, and occasionally apply Hall's Hair Renewer, and a luxuriant head of holr will be maintained of a natural hue. Use Webfoot Corn Cure. Xo cure no pay. For sale at Estes-Conn ftmz Store. A ORKAT HOOK FKKK. When Dr. U. V. Pierce, of Huffalo, N. V.. published the tlrst edition ; of lit gnat work, The People's Common Sense Me,ltel Adviser, he announced that after copies ruul Ihth sold nt the ivsular price. per copy, the profit on which would repay him for the gn-at amount of labor and money expended In produc ing It, he would distribute the next h ilt million fn-e. As this nutntvr of copies has nlrvndy been sold, lie Is now k'vIkk away, absolutely free, i.si.eiv copl, s of this most complete, Intoivetln and val uable common ene medical work ever published Die recipient only K ing r ' paired to mall to him, nt above address, twenty-one i.'U one-cent stamps. 10 cover cost of mailing only, and the book will ho sent post-paid. It Is a v, ntable med ical lilriry, complete In one chime Contain. Kw potis, profua.ly ilpisir ite.l. Tin Kree Kdltion 1 nvlcy the Mime as that sold at $l.o , xc. pi only thai the hoiks at; In strong ntanill.i paper covers Instead of cloth. Send now before A' t':e slven aw.iy. The late Tmf (oorse M lane, vard's gn-.tlel Latin scholar, won fume by composing a bit of ,lo ilu r -I called "The l.one I-!'ib:it!." than V. ev did as an tvluiNitor. "Tli,1 laMte i,v'S ball" has been one of the common. college soncs for the last forty yar It Is always gratifying to receive testi monials for Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera. ,-nd Diarrhoea Remedy, and when the endorsement Is fnm physician It l csiwlally to. "There Is no more satis factory or effective remedy than Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and fMin tioe.i Remedy." writes Pr. R. E Rotwy, physi cian and pharmacist of Olney, Mo.; and he lias used the remedy In his own fsm 'ly and sold It in his drag store for years, he should certainly know. For sale by Estes-Conn Pri:g Co. The Russian .immanb r In Turk. stan has issued an ord. r that. In consequence of the iv.imN-r of cases of suicide, both of otBc rs and tnps. superior ortl.c-r' an' in iin-.m1 to pay special attention to the moral v, ll-Nan: of every young sol. ,Ur under their oomand. Ton. Is a time for everything, and the time to attend to a cold Is win "i it starts. I'on'i wait till you have e.n. samption but prevent It by using Ot-.c Minut Cough Cure, the great r.-nv ly :or eeuighs. colds, croup, bronchitis ir. i ill thnxit and lung troubles. Chart. Rogers. The pities off ens I by M: il-l, -i M ibiuld to ths stud, r.ts at the Tarrvtown public school :m thr.e one f-r the I-.-. In nation, for which girls -s el is t-o . nr.? to compete: on- for the st , s.tv on - Washington's P,ifrfot!m." and one for th- U-st x.imlnation In clvl-s. Mr. C. L. H.nbrAuck. a drt:i!Klst at Men don. Mich., says all of the ttooj testimo nials that have been published by the manufacturers of Ch.imherlal-.'s Colic. Cholera aril Diarhoea Kemedy co.;!d be duplicated In that town. For s.iie by Estes-Cmln Drug Co. Miss lb l.-n Goul.l hus six b.-y. her country idace nt Irvir.cton. Hudson for her own use and that uri-t nf h friends. Miss Gould rides in -i -'i rt skir'. a w list of the arne m iterlil .m l an Alpine hat. She n-v. r mounts h' r wheel on Sunday. It heals ev-ry thine . x-vpt i heart, may be said of Iv Witt rokt. U'ite !l'-.Ie Salve. I'iles and rectal .lis. u cuts, burns, bruises, t-tter, eczemi r all skin troubles may le cur.il by It juickly and permanently. Chas. Ilng-rs. The extravai; inc.. of the Roman bi lks of hltrh rank w.m one of the prime rauses of the fall of that mltrhty empire I-oll.i. Poppta. who cut a wtd swath in Nero's time, was th happy post., s-or of a sown sail to have ros- n-arlv j!,'",C-a). "They don't mnk.- mur-h We nr- speakinir of I Karly Risers the famo'ts constipation, bll'un.-ss. ; and liver troubl-s. Th Charl'-st Rogers. f.;--' abo-;t P." Wilt's 1. itr,. lit' I- ;.!!. . r nd all s'om.o h y n-vr rlp". A Jar '.outalnlr.tr In i-oid w-n ploughed up in a f'eld tp-ar !I'u? insvlll -, Ga., the other day by a neirro farmer. The treasure was und-r an iron plate ftanke.1 by two bin stor.es. ,.r l the rot was marked by a eir' le of -tones. Vim, Vigor and victory eharacterlstlcs of It Wltf. Risers, the fnmons stipation, bliiousnes '-r..l and liv.-r troubW-s. Char, s , se ;ire tl,.. Mttl- K.-ii-ly II- for 7-nn. ill "i.m i. !i RoS. r. Depression cf ! so comTi;n zzzoTrj-'.-'v-A laclc of y a defiae.-.: s. tnent. Z'-r, nv . " " 'A fsy,r?. '. ;: . ..'.-.', mearr: ?s. 1 oi maris.1".- It isn't s 1 i js'isn o: m'jscls ani sine-?, br. of resistancj and endurance. At an ae, but especial! in youth, it involves the risk of lung disease. Loss of flesh and a co-gh are threat ening signs. of Cod-!iver Oil. with the hypo phosphites, meet3 these cases perfect!. It tonss up, fattens and strengthens. In Scof.'s Emulsion the taste of the oil I? fully disguised, making it almost as palatable as milk. Tor aula at ec. and rm hr all drweletn. COIT at bow:i, iiu. Cnein .-.i, New Vori RSI 3 Do YotMJse It? It's the best tliinj; (or the hair utulcr nil circumsttinocs. Just ns no man by UkitiK thought can mlvl an inch to his stature, so no preparation can make hair. Tho ut:not that can be done is to pro mote? conditions favorable to growth. This is done by Ayer's Hair Vigor. It re moves dandrutf, cleanses the sealp, nourishes the soil in which the hair grows, and, just as a desert will blossom under rain, so bald heads grow hair, when the roots are nour ished. But the roots must be there. If you wish your hair to retain its normal color, or if you wish to restore the lost tint of gray or faded hair use Aver's Hair Vigor. THK OIUKCTION N'"T tJOOIX There m e ieol w ho have objectlotn to iiilv.'i-.lsiiK matter in the cMluinitu of ii neuspaier The bimiiiiJ of objection lsi that they do not ant to raj it-voi-tiseiiii-nts. Now tir.a objection Is n t ifiHid. for "flev.tmi. s :h e iiJectlse. ntents convey valuibie infirt.iatlon. Kor Instance, hoiv lso -iu!l :ht trov elmu pubUc learn cf '.he excellent din ln car service of the Wlso-insln t.iti I!tte between St. J'attl nnd I'lilcatto, or the uene-al cMiiifort "f trav. dints over this n''ii!iir line. Fr i-artlcuUra cull on tho n.iirest ticket ae-it or ;i t Ir aa J. 0. rot-d. il. IV A., MUrtauke-i. Win. or i'i.-o. S liatty. iieti,-r:il Agent. Stark l rt!aj;J, i 'r. IVkV I".l,ird. of 1'ijon. eonl:li.ut a to li;. I'r.o ln.e M ill. ale of M o II .in n. e l.' .illinium that tub. r- ulmis iil-. :i-, o viir m .'...I..!..sxl. d aiilm.ils. tWh. s iciri-st and frofcts, and can eomn.uni-.:at-l to th.-se animal . x-rlni ni illy What cause bad dreams Is a question that hns never Nscn satisfactorily an swered; but. In nine cases out of fen. frlshlfiil dreams are the result of Imper fect (intention, which a few Jusn of Ayer's Sarsaparllla will . ffectually reme dy. I'on't delay-try It t.Mlay. Th.re Is i wealth nf subtle Inisic In the .pitiigih lnscrtll on the tomb of i North Carolina mmmsl.ln.-r. "Killed ' the trov-rnm, nt for making whisky mil if orn irrown from s,--l f urnl-hl by .i ..'niir.-ssm.tn." "Mamma, waa that a sugar-plum you Just gave me?" laked little Mable. -No dear, it was one of Ir. Ayer's rills." ' Phase, may I have another?" "No! now. bar; one of those nice pills Is nil you ' ne-l ut pr.-a,-nt. because ev.ry do-e l effective." Miss of Mt. four Nellie Patterson, a young woman C'irm.-I. Conn., has cmpl-a d a ears' apprenticeship to 'hi- ti.a- rhlriisrs trad-- and profieises 'n utib take tool making a h r Hp.- lal 1 i - . work. Don't nauseate your stomafh with teas and bitter hertei, but nirulate your II". r and si k h -nda.'he t,y u-ltiir thn-e famous Utile pin known as P- Witt's l.li-b-Early Itl-ra. r'hnrbs Rogers. Thomas Hall, the n-ulpinr. who has ri-id-.l In I'lorenee, Italy. f r th- pist ihir'y yars, and Is now In l.l T'.Mh y.--ir. has n turn. I to Arn-rp-a. Intendlnir to sp.-nd the r't of his life in thl country. Burning, Iti-hlng -kin dl ly relieve.) by Ij- WIM's Salve, j ri .-1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 -. 1 for cuts, It henls without having 1 P.OK-rs. .-as.-a Instant. Wln-h ;iasv! bruises. burr. s 1 sear. Chiia. f-'ao.Ke Alfr-I. m:m. has Just bili t young China. KT ulu.ifefl froro 'h-' W.ishlnk'ion hlk'h s-ho'd S'U.l'r.l, and expect., to ie-,'!.,t e,,nr-'- at cm ,Olleg,u. He take -.r a brlfb full col. b adliv.- W!i-n golnif Y.a.-k travel on the North ern I'.i !! itH'.Iway. Qu'. k time an i the ot.ly line running dltilni; enrn. Tram leaves TorMarol d.-i.'Iy at 11 -relrirk a. rn. mr 1 b. . 1 i. f 'i ' old. u- w r-,l'. m: kitiP "." 1 ! 'ui .' .e.'.-i w-lthln three month". 1 I'. ':.' 0 .."I.-, I- ,-Ull'. 111- ! Oldesi CASTOTIIA. Til fit- ::: Cp"i'l it Il I'irr i;icr. T.'i .'1 Kd war-Is Tin r w. I.,,., If I ,.;.r ')'.( th 1. g!it-r of I ib-ti-rs at I'rlnce island Is something usioundlnc r- xported the past season --, mostly to Eurrfp", wlibh In--. kllllr.g of lyi-Ono. OASTOTIIA. Ther are 111 f-mnle studenta nt the Crdverslty of j;erlln, the number lant siirnuiei having l,fen only fir.. The tol'il number of studentn la VM, or "fi more than last Hiimnv-r. OABTOIIIA. Tiifw Hmtli tin nifT dfutnni IS .MARINE NEWS. limn vikii j tow u Amt I'ATI-: .V M. P. M. j! A, M, f. M. Il 111,11. M'SkvY. I .ihjii Monday .,. J -J ,M T '.' I'lliudnv .., .1 J 11 il s WednxV.V t II l I Tlumday,. N ti l r'rblnv .... il ! n M Hottirdav , T t'Ui.lii M'NhAY. S tn 7 I ii.inirtJ ii tnirt. li m n JMsli s.'7iOI .1 Ml s .' Ii III II I K s I T l H I .1 u :ts I 0 ii' :. ii : I l A M s in .',! I ii II tl 0 V II s ,l IIS ii i; so; ii.s!oh upi-in ; v mi -i iNi ii.n i la rj iMi K1 .1 ;i u , S v: .i . 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S II I : so Jim : : : t : -. 1 1.' si 7 X 4 II (I I ! 7 0 ii . a.- on j a m n i s I II I i.l'iui .' VI.-H.S I II K IV TO rilK t OU'MHU lilVKK FliOM Vessel, 1'i'IH Kle ..lw llll.ll I')' t'ai.e r'li, lr .li ANVM I t'uiaiinau, Itr sli Knt'llreM lie. Hi s ,, I'ehi nv'tf Hr l.k l.lubilK u-lnre. ii ,li ., invn . I.tci . I.W ...ia-: imo iiim biui.. 10 A I n.ii imuHit. tii'ore S elaoii, Am h e iMniri. Ainu ie, Hr all Hloi.o I'ron ii oi S, i.ilsn.l, Hr h lltiNi.KuSo. IohIiv. Hr h I7IH W.ll I.VM UIUI . . U.i...lttiA .I'll.- ll't l. lli.N.a in , l.inils, ac I 1 1 Rl . il Ulitliswuikl, Hr h Mi. Is.l I Bjuel.ui. H i. Hr li I MiieiMll ' I liiiiilifiiion. Hr hit i n.lrel ., Hr ll i I'll'li'liieiie. Hr an i I'rovince, lr li i ... ,bo- .mi nt haul .. - n:i Vi'. . i.w',1 . t .Va bllll ll',l I0M.I I.e. 1 1 SIIAS..IIAI. K'.Kinlitre. Hr 'i .s.is iiev bcieon Ko.-k. Hr sli r iti Itaui i uiiilir mi I, ..iu- ir .i I. liaeal . stciiil.ij ri lit Sli ;i'ai ihmi.. ii i liniinli'iilon, Ht all I"! bvil . vi iniio-ris k. Clirli.tlia. bat i-ii , I lly ul IVnli, Hr li s lnui.. IokiiII in I I'eru. i er all The .tenni-r llnrvcsi id.U'o of the I'ott.-r nr. esterday. -Ila' .luml Wuesll tu.-k the regvil:!- the run The s elt to IliVCer le till. I. s ,i i-esliribiy. I'illiUilll .Sti Imulld for kbe. il irfird. with .'U.'Xi fct of lumber. The arlnximr l.aur.i M.iy. Cipiiiln H an. ii sail.. I yesienl.iv for Sin Frin.-Ne,, ni'h a rariro of JJi.iiu feet of lumber ' - st.iini s.-hiMiiier l..ikme arrl 1 In visterdny from lluui'ioldt lth a (ante ' "r.'i of Ian bark mid . ft up river for Ti rtb.nd Til- tug t, n-f k.,, , ri L i te. lav with nn i mire n,-w drea, . In f,-t. she Is nlmoait tH fine for Astorln, thnurh Captain ltandnll d.x not think ao TI. ateani. r Alliance. I'ap' illl ll ird. nl k. arriv.-l frum San Frm.-laeo . ! r-lav with psai kms of pow.br. oil. nnd a Itenenil raro. IM and powder make a irvl mixture in some eae 1871 i8v; Fisher Brothers, Lubricating OILS A Specialty. 1 Sell i"om Ship Ch.iM'ller Hanlwarts, 1 ron iV Ste-fl, Coal, (iroceries A TiovieionH, Flour it Mill Kew.l, . Taints, (Jilfl, Vurnir-h, Liters Supplies, Fairlank'8 Scales, Dfiors it Windows, Agricultural Implement Wagons it Vehicle. .SNAP A KODAK. al any man coming out of our atora and you'll get portrait of a man brliumliiK over with plenaanl ttiouxlita. Much quality In the llipiora we hare to offer are enoiuli to pteaae any man. CO.VIK AND THY TIIICM MUG tins & CO. Emil Schacht ARCHITEGT Hortland Saving Bank Bldx. Portland, Oregon. SEASIDE SAWMILL A complete atock of lumber on hand In the rough or dreaaerl. Flooring, ru tin, celling ami all kinds of finish; mold InK" and ahinglea. Term reaaonabU and prima at bedrock. AH orderi promptly attended to. Office and yard at mill. H F L. LOGAN. Heaold, Oregon. Proprietor. ASTORIA PUBLIC LIBRARY READINQ ROOM mil TO Alala. , Open aYverr day from I aVeloak to l:M and 1:10 to l: p. m. Bubacrlptlon rate II per annum. B.W. COR. ELEVENTH 4V DTJAN ITt iffc MANHOOD RESTOREDSS ufy H-Se ("V W 1 fi " "ul' Knulell li)lelsn, will 0"lel ly i nil' lull of nil lirf. 4i v ) u, I i . or din. isi el tlm HnumMv urtfiii'., piieli m f.ol MnnhisM iv, . JWf Vl '.il' noil, 1'iHiialiillinlim'lt.i.oiiiliiiil Kiiiluluiit, Nervaua lirlillliK 1 I I Vm4V rt 'ip'M, Vnlliinw hi Mrr) , K.lisii.una irli, Vrlisi fn) 4 V r - . intUMti. 1 1 -unt k l liiaats, Ittf i iv nr n MltL rivvsiila nnh'bi ..illi.sli.'li. i. . in maeiiaran. wmi'ii il nil ocronc b Arri kl'l ivva unit aaiaaa aaaawaa .1 .... 1 1,-..-i. I ,iMa Hi rviHHiii iirn-reia r nol iiirrd h lna-ini la Ihsviiim nliwt wt ijenl r lnniW1 Willi )raBlllla. I'I'I'I ni;N Hia iliniinir known laninl; to eiiiwliliiiiilainiH,rll.ui. tiaiiMilmiuiti Ila. A "tlllen tunrsiileai len iul nmaaf rvllirnisl If Ml lae il.M-a lie! allue'l iniuuibl UI l.uOa twi.an tar vi. bv cuOl, H-.. il.ir ywaMCinuliir ajnl irailiiioaiiala, AMnt ! I. ItKUIIINR i'O r, U Hiil miiolaro, W. PrHfH C1UH HiKlI'lUH, :, Ci'iiuneroliJ Utraml. tl-TO-BAC fmm. lSt--tThrtPUlhiiiinftti4il titnr-ftMMl niu k HtrtftM IIIM HMl Mil Itaitnll I HiH alnllia W t I Ml licniru. mwi yuu hhhii vvp wiii w Mf, tin. urnu tor uitr ihm mUi i,it I -tSihir-Mi Hi.li Hold Rntl It .1 MANHOOD (iiaiaiilrnl locuiaall lialn luwar, llrailai rr il ASTORIA & COLUMBIA RIVER RAILROAD TittlC Cnrd'" .-i -'aatv . imt l.::A'l. A.ioiIh for Klnv.d nt J a . tn., HI a. m. and IJ m, nml I p. m. dally; at I X p. m. Saturday only; at I .M p. in. dally rtccpt Hattintny mul Huiwlay; nt T in i. m Haiurday only: luitl at 7.M p. in. dally ciiv.pl HnturtUy. I.KAVi: A.iorin for Henalde at 7 . in. and HI n. in. dully;; at 4 p m. Hnturday only: nl 6.90 p. in. dully except Saiurdny nnd Huiutny; nt ?:H p. m. Haiurday ml Sunday. I.KAVI". Vlavel for A-ierla at tl 04 a. m , hi a. in.. lu.U .111, nml I 9U p in. daily) nt 3.3U p 111 Sun t, lay eiilv; nt 4:J" p 111 dnlly except Hat.itday and Bub day; at i p m dully ex.- p: Saturday, and nl ( It p. 111 Saturday only. I.C.VVi: I'l.iv. I for Se.iaule nl ; V, a m. and ID n. III. dally; ill I 17 p III Saturday only, nnd at t y, p. 111 .'.ally aiout'l Suliirday and Sun. lay. I KAVI: S.Misldi. for Aatnrla nt 8 M n. m. and h .30 ill dully; nt 1 ti p III Satur day 01. ly; nt 1 15 p. in daily ex.-epl Saturday nml Sunday; nt t 20 p. m. Sunday only, and nt 4 p 111 Saturday only. I.IIAVI'-. S.-nvilc for Flaiel nt S ;o a m. and VJ11 n. 111 dnlly; at ! IA p m Saturday only, an.! at 3.1.'. p 111 0 illy rieept Salunbiy and Sunday, Willis THE ASTORIAN Willi COLUMNS roH RENT. line of the mi.t ib .lmble romna In the elty fur rent, !tli bmir.l. for a aln-le Itelltlellilin: ttla,i tnble board fur one or to Kent I. men nt (!'. '.t Imiiite atrei't. F"ll KI'.NT-KurtilKbed noma, ti aulte or alnxle. by the day r m"fb Hotel TU-he, under entire new manatT tnont. t;r-at reiluction In ratro. Mre (.. V. I'orter. manager. O-r. Eleven' ami Franklin. MEN WANTED. IUllroad handa wanted for linmcdiaU w.irk on trm k. Apply at rm 4. Flarel blotk. A. C. It, II. It Foil BALK. I'i lt KKNT Two or three utif urnlahi d nxirna, for liouike-ilint; nlo f urnleliil r ix una All'ly ut 'Jii lot ti atrwt, l'"iK ItlCNT Fiirnlehi-d, 11 liirite frniit room, wlilt buy win. low; ci-ntrully lo iiitwl; 411 Kxi'liiinge otreet, ni-iir Nlnlli. Kolt HAl.K-The fin lilt ure nnd bualnraa uf the Witrn-nlon holel urn for eiile, on iiec-ount of lll-lieiilth of proiirlntnaa. Thla la a r-honce to acuro a ifiKxI-puylng Itualiieaa at a bargHln. Adiln-ea Mra c. I. Kinltli, Wiirreiitiui, fir. 1-olt HAI,K-:n llrat-rliuia mlli.li cowl fur kuId nt 11 bargain; ulao 4 ifood work I ornei,. Apply ul AHiorlnn "llleo. Iiii; HAI.I. I'he.ip, no I SHI, $I.Vo Inily'a Columbia bli.-yole, In perfei-t comllllun. Apply ut tlm Aatorlii 1 olllc-f. Foil SALIi A J. 8. Mundy Improved friction ilruin holHtlng etiKltie. Hlze f boiler, 7x2'4 feet; cylinder, 7x12 Incliee. A nrst-claii engine, almoin na guutl a now. Addreae "A," Aatorlan olllce. LOST. IXjST Glllnot, caught on piling of trap belonging to P. J. McOowan & Bona, above Band Ialand. Suitable reward will be paid upon IU return to If. BENICH. FOUND. FOUND On I.ong lienon, Haturdny, July 31, a gill net, marked M. II, on ono able of tho buoy and II. on the other able; llonta miirki-d C. C. Co. nnd W. C. P. Co. Ownor may regain aamo by applying to Wm. B, Luwrenoe, keeper, llwaito Life Having HtiU.lon, proving property and paying for thin notice. FOUND On the atreet In Aatorla, rome time In the month of lact June, a lady'i gold watch. Owner can have nme by applying to A. J. Whrrjr, Elale, Or., and proving 'property. A Handsome Complexion la one of the (treateat rhnrma a woman ran poeaeae. Puzxom'a Comkjixion Powoaa glvea It. Iliiniw ll lnwe lire el illaoliftmn, wlileli II Mul elipekf ! HwirniHttirrlH n4 nil ilih.irnir.i.l liiiriuiier. 4 I' fllir.M M lwuuwiUw UfM, UK Mia iiMimrjf nrasiiaiil all UmiutlUM, ...... I w-.x ........ GUARANTEED TODACCO HADIT CUREff) wit,d. Many kIu 10Mium1i In UtU ttvftrta ii iivV na tti ma Ik.l luAtfliall JUtl Iff ft Ihib, rr our la fkiul NimiViHir 1.1 r Awt rliin HUMftMt DuiM - nntiMHl by Vh, lUtr iruifiL RESTORED Rf mlBf Dr. Pean'g lellaaw Rerae I'll Tina wumlailul uia,la Mairnua illwaaaa, luah a Ural Mciiiuit, l.oaaof he. Wakrluluaaa. Lual Uiuliuml. Nialnlv H,., aioiia, Nt i vouauraa, all dialna, IMa uf pnwar III Ueuerallx UiiB itt eulirr aei.eauaril b unt eiertkm, rmillilul ertma, en-aaalae uae (ir t.iliaiw, iiplinii r alhiiulanla. aihlrh leant In lultf mit. ImiiiiaiHI.in or I ii u. n ue. Can be ranlrtl In Mat lK'kal. t i m, l.n, h f,, Vy mall lreMi, CliauUr Hrasj. ol. b all ,Iiii(,i.i. Aak fur II, take mi other. Maniilaetii.e.1 h the Trail Mrdlrlne l o I'aila. i.n.- l ane INiall I'lUK illilllbuliu inula, 1 Ulid ma Yiuiblll Bll , I'ulllauii. Ul, J. W. CONN. AmU Alrtv OREGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL Monnioutli, Oregon A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Kcxt'ltar Normal I'olliaii of tiller Irara Seiilur 11-ar nlmllv prufi-samnal. I raluliiii .,.Mirimeii of nine ai.ele. llli Ail children. Iiiairui'tloti an-1 Ir.iiu ti- In loiiuia.Hea ..swe.liatt ajra I 'lli , an I V.iea M tilt fur ,tl.li . In-ila I lie .V.rmiil diploma la rec 1, n l I.) lanaianlATK IIIC I'HI II III A IK tn leaeli 1 llit elliiiae. rulllnll, Ihhii., iHiald and lislitlllg (a ir-i I mial.-l V , HAS 00 per tear s. nli ul, U-ar I'au lliriiia, !, i-i. til" l per li ar Actdcinli- ifr tdea aeeei'tr,! limn lilelt .-ItiKila. t a'a.i'ii lea t k.-rhillr aetil mi a lc atlult, Al.lreaa I'. U I'AMrnil.l.. frralilenl, or V. A. W'ASN, fxereiar) Kaeiiltjr "The Louvre" STORU h l.OKl.rot!S l:NT1: RTA I NM I :NT HALL a ri.iioitu rilie Muale. Ilaiuea uf All Kln.la. Two Maaulftrent llaia. CVrKTTniM', riKM-cuis Good Order and Everybody's Right. HTItlt'TI.V IIIINKKVKII, I'llOK-EHHlONAl. r A II DA. C. 1 1 HO WE It. ATToitNKT AT LAW. Ciunderaon Hull ling. Aatorla, Oregon. DH. II. L. IIENDKU8ON. Office, Klnnry llullJIng, Aatorla. tirfleo hour. 1 lo I a. m.; 11 10 I and I to 7 p m. tfpeclal attrition given to the treatment of llrwi of the ICye Chronic Pie siuaca, and Burgory. Dll. JAY TL'TTLE. rilTBICUN AND BUIIGEON Orfloe, room i and (. I'ythUn bulldg. U1H Commercial Bt, Itreldence aame. Telephone M. Acting aaalatant aurgeon U. B. Ma rine hoepltal aervlce, JOHN T. LIOHTEn, ATTORNET-AT-LAW. Office, upatalra, Aalotian Dulldlng. II. A. SMITH. DENTIHT. Itooma 1 and !, I'ythlan Rulldlng. over C. II. Cooper"! itore. Dll. O. D. E8TEB, PIITBICIAN AND BUIIOEON. Ppeelnl attention to dlaeaaea of women and aurifery. Ofllco over Damlger'a atore. Aatorla. Telophone No. tl. (J. A. IIOWLHT, ATTOIINEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Office nn Ilond atreet, Aatorla, Or. Cliealer V. Dolph. Itlrhard Nliea. DOLI'II & NIXON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Portland. Orenon, U. , and 17. Hamilton llullillng. All legal and col lection bualn aa promptly attended t. Cluluia agulnat the government a epe lialty. H. T. CROSBT. ATTORNET-AT-LAW. 4M Commercial atreet. SOCIETY 1IEETINOS. ae TEMPLE LODGE NO. 7, A. F. an4 A. M. Regular communication! held on the flrat and third Tueailay evening of each month. O. W. LOUNBRBRRY, W. U. E. C. HOLDEN. Secretary. HOP LEE CO. CLOTH I NO, Merchant Tailors. Unrtnrelntlilnif'marte tootrler. flulta and trnnaeni mails a portent lit. Kvnry onler imnetii-. ally 011 time. tiatlafactloiiKUaraiitucil. Cheaper Thai Any Other riace In the City. Welch lllnck, 65 Cnmmerelal II.