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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, SATUllDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1&, M98.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor. telephone No. M. TB11M3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY. bout by mall, per year J4.IA Bnt by mail per moot Bsrved by carrier, pec month. WEEKLY. fint by mall, per year, Jn advance.. Poatac (re to autooriber. .4101 A'.l communlcatlona Intended (or publi cation should be directed to tit editor. Business eonxnuDlcatioM of all kindt and remittance- mutt be addressed to "Tha Aatorian." The Astortan rjarantees to Itt ik crtbers the lartreot circulation of any lewapaper publlthed oa the Columbia river. Advertlsirar rata can be bad on apptl catlun to the business manager. Ttoe Weekly Astorlan, the second old. - eat 'wvekly 1n the elate of Oregon, has, Mat to the Portland Oresonian, the largest weekly circulation in the state. John P. Handley & Co. are our Portland acenta, and copies of the Astorian can be had every morning- at their stand, IK Third street In an address before the Il'.lnois Tetch en' Association at Sprlngfl H, some time ago, Prexident Andreirs, of Brown Unl. vrtty, advocated free lunches la the pub. lio schools. "The authorlth," he said. "should arrange In the cities for furnish ing luncrxH to pupils of public echoes, if not, free, at low prices. Those should be palatable, well cooked and served in the school buildings, under the ewpervfcdon of the teavlwrs. One purpcav," he added, "in having the lunches served upder the su- pension of Instructors wouid be to give the children of the poor bmcfUi.il expe rience in table life and etiquette." The nation is more than willing to .d&l in generous Justice with every eoldier woo rendered honest service to. the army for the preservation of the Union, and with his wVlow and his orphans. There is no prejudice aguiwt bonent pension, but the pnwkm jayweni has been so shamefully abused by coffee-coolers, bounty-Jumpers and utterly unworthy pensioners, that dls. grace has been brought upon the whole system, and our pension list must be re vised to make it a roll of honor, of which . every soldier and sokUer's widow and soldier's orphan may be justly proud. The republican party has alsays been true to the interests of the old auMierat and It owes it to them not to leave the duty ot this revfeton to tile performance of any other political party. THE DISAPPEARING DEFICIT. Even the democrats begin to realize that the month y treasury shortage are near big their end. The Brooklyn Eagle grasps this fact, and remarks that "there it some consolation in the knowledge tl.at as the weeks pa by it (the Dlngiey tariff act) s becoming more of a revenue raiser and kwj of a deficit producer." That pa per thinks, in fact, tint, the government's tncoroe is going to go up to a point not In tended or expend by the franvrs of the law. "Toe indications," it says, "are thai Mr. Dinsley and his colljJi,-it tiuikltd wirtt-r than they knew. T.ieir primary purpose wus not :ne Increase of the lev enuu, but the protctkn of the home mar ket." ar-J it add 'that "io tud---nts of polUical economy it will be interesting to know how a bi.l framed with the purp se of keeping out importativns can be ex pected to be an adequate revenue rai er." The "students of pcliticjl economy" will undoubtedly be .-tem$ttd in thia lesson. Here is a tariff which not -only protircts tht home market, tout Increases tne rev enues. Both objects were In the minis of Its framers. Naturally u tariff which in creases tlhe prcKwiion to home inter-1!9 must diminish the importation of some or ail of the competing products. The pro tection, however, whic.i is thus guaran teed to the domesrio producer e arts the wheels of home Industry Into greater ac tivity, gives employment to hundreds of thousands of hands hitherto idje.advanc&s wages in many branches of labar.incrests tho averaj" p-jrc .iees of necostftit-s and comforts of each member of the commun ity, and brings toe change in general con ditions which makes the diff Mue t.-- tween bad Uithw and good. Tiien as the purchasing ability ot the people increases the demand for foreign goods grad.ally revives, lmiwrtations grow and the reve nues expand. This Is what in occurring m the pr- ser.t oawa TJM) Dliisluy aut iius given the home market than 'he had before, and by restoring business confidence, by enlarg ing the volume of the country's aciivftltn, by increasing the amount of muney which panada daily and weekly from hanvl So hand, and by adding to the turn total ot the national prosperity. It has enlarged tho demand for foreign goods. More. over, the goods which, during the (lme .... wien the act wag up in eongr'Ms, were ruidved In to take advantage of the lower duties of the Wilson-Gorman law, are nearly all exhausted hy this time, and bare, too, is a reason why the foreign de mand Is growing. Under the operation of these two factors the general business Improvement and the consumption of the heavy advance purchases of foreign goods of the spring and early summer the Im portations are Increasing and the rev enues are expanding. Both influences, of course, will continue to operate. At the same time an earnest effort 1s being made to hold expenditures down to n low fig ures as are compatible wkh the efficiency of the service. There bas been a constant lncneam tn revemvea ever Hnoe, ths tMraj. fcy tariff wnt into effect, and both dem ocrats and republicans now believe the government monthly Income will be up to the. kvt of Its outgo before the rises) year ends In June ntxt. I 1 HOUSEHOLD QOltS. The nm-lrtit Grw twllevrd that the IYint a ere the gods Vh attended to the svtnlfnrs and iwviry of the family They were wtsriShtpiHsl a tHMashod fcvxU n every h.:.. The hmiuld god of Unlay t Pr. King's Nw Dwcovry. For consumption. omVlw, cold, and for all affection nt Thrwat, Oheot and Lafcntrs It hi Invaluable. It has been tried for qunrtor of a century ami la ffuamnteed to cure, or money returned. No tKMWehold ithould be aWxmt this good angel. It K pleamuit ' titke and a safe and sure remedy tor old ond young. THal bottles at r":-Oonn Drug Co. Kegtilar sites 59 oit and H. S-VMTrrHlNO TO KN'OW. It may be worth something to know that the very bt medicine- for restoring the tired out nervous system to a hewlthy viswr Blevtrlo Bitters. This medicine to purely vegetable, acts by giving tone to the nerve cetitrvs In the stomach, gently stimulates the I.lwr and Kidneys; and ajils thfwe orpins fc throwing off Imnur. I'les In the Muod. Euvtrlc Bithr Im- prmv the appetite, sl.ls dig"Stlon( and V tmxHvin by tto ho have, tried It as the verv Nt tH-l purlfler and nerve tonic. Try It. Sld IVr 50 cents or U per bottle at Ee.-Cann Drug Co, BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best Pslve in the wor)I for Cut Brulsex. Pore. Ulcers. Salt Rheum. Fever Sores, TVrter. Chapped HtniK Chilblains Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi tively euros riles, or no pay requlreo, It Is gKurnteed to give perfect sxtlsfac tlon or money refund!. Prive S cents per box. For saJ ty Bftes-Conn Drug Co. T'll your cook to put a drop of vanilla in the pot of choixilate lie niak.v for your luncheon. WHEN TOU HAVE A BAD COLD. You want the best medicine that can be obtained, and that Is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Too want a remedy that will not only give quick relief but effect permanent cure. Tou want a remedy that win relieve the lungs and keep expectoration easy. You want a remedy that will counteract any tendency toward pnuemonla. You want a remedy that is pleasant and safe to take. Chamberlalnis Cough Remedy Is the only medicine In use that meets all of these requirements. TWs remedy Is fa mous for its cures of bad colds through out the United States and In many for. cign countries. It has many rivals, bat. for the speedy and permanent cure ot bad colds, stands without a peer and Its splendid qualities are every where ad mired and praised. For sale by Charles Rogers, druggist. randi,d mlrrt Imvw are the speeial vet round in the bonlxJrmiere of the aimer frtr. The tWnos that people se sre JnsW of them and not outside. No two people see the same tbinir exactly alike. Ona woman may look out at a beautiful land scape and see all the beauty and resU fuln and frrandness that there In In It. Another will look out at the snme s -ene and ses noOilnfr. The man who Is per fectly well and vljrorous enjoys life to the full. Dr. Plerce Golden MedlI niseovery mnks people well. There Vn't anthlnc mh-aruious about It It Is the most natural thin in the world. It sim ply puts th dU-tive or?an, the ptom av the liver, the bow-!n. in perfect or der and thereby makes rhe blood pure and rlc. All dtwns-n live and thrive on Impure blood. Kep a stream of pure, rich, red blood fiawin? into a dlseaaf-d ?not, and the dsie will not pfay. A man lives on rif-h. pure Nwl. and dis ease dies on It. j Dr. Pierce's Golden Mdll D!vovery makes pure. ri"i tlv.l. Swid H cents in one-eent stamps to Word's Dl?pif!ary Medical Association, Buffalo. N. T., and receive Dr. Pierre' liyfl pape "Common Perse Medlcil Advi r," profusely Illus trated. . ,n oUI 'dn "'n ....1 d' w!n! the 8 ,f( , One Minute Cout-h Cure cured quickly. That's what vcu want! Chas. Rogers. It as not so very lonjf ago that women would an soon Shout of flyini? as to give their har a -mln-' washing. Just as Good as Scott's and we sell it much cheaper, is a statement sometimes made by the druggist when Scott's Emulsion is called for. This shows that the druggists themselves regard Scott's Emulsion of Cod-Liver Oil with Hypophos phites of Lime and Soda as the standard, and the purchaser who desires to procure the "standard" because he knows it has been of untold benefit, should not for one instant think of taking the risk of using some untried prepa ration. The substitution of something said to be "just as good" for a stand ard preparation twenty five years on the market, should not be permitted by the intelligent purchaser. Bo mrs yon Ret SCOTT'S Emulnlon. See that Mis man snd nsh are on the wrapper. 50c and $1.00, all druggists. SCOTT A BOWNE, Chemists. New York. The Same. Old Sarsaparilla. That's Ayer's, The aatne Id sarsaparilla as it was made aud old by Dr. J. C, Ayer AO ymr mgo la the. laboratory it U different. There modern appli ance lend speed to skill and tspcriencc. But the sarsapa ttlla U the same old aarMparilla Ihst made the record t O yenr mrss. Why don't we better it? Well, we're much in the condition of the Bishop and the raspberry: " lVMless, " he said, "God might have made better berry. But doubtless, also, He never did." Why don't we better the sarsaparilla? We can't. We are using the ants olJ plant that cum! the Indians and the Spaniards. It ha not been bettered. And since we make sarsaparilla com pound out of sarsaparilla plaut, we see no way of improvement. Of course, if we were making seme secret chemical compound we might.... But we're not. We're mating the saute old tar saparilU to cure the same old diaeata. You can tell ft' the mum I4 srftHlf be cause It works the Mints J4 etirs. It's the sovereign bloed puriCer, and it's Avr. MARINE NEWS. Tide title for January. 1898. i Hllitl WA1KK 1 LOW WATKK PATE A. M. P. M. A. M. ih.mirt. h.min. li.tnTt. 1 . T .1 i is .) I 1 is a o 2 K :i 7 i !HK.M l:t S 7 9C 7. II 10 -.7 1 .1 17 4 t lint 7 11 AN 6 0 I 4 J Slll7s i . j ij 4 . X. (i S II .11 T. 0 I-.' 4 4 7 1 li 0 7 l.' loto ' t v: 4 h.nt'ft 2 1 7 S to 1 2 I i.oi, A 0 I bu02 II 12 0 I 7 W li .-. 7 I" o : 11 u . D :t 0 S;lliinlHV sinkaV. Monday.... Tuestav ... Wrtl.ivcVy. Thursday. Friday SalunUy.. t 141 7 0 .1-' 47 HO : 7 S SI MAY. ! 2 07 7 Monday ...Hi Ct 7 TuedV ...II ;l ih 7 WtHlimd v 1J s Thursday.!:; 4 U 2 'a a i : :i o I J 44 7 I 04 2 '.mm o;i I I f 7 4 . 9 4. w o I 4 2 ti IH 1 10 1 I I Friday 14 4 :.' J' Sauirdv..l. i s 4 5 li .' 11 :. I .S II .'0 , 6 11. & 13 II '! sliNKAl .It: 6M 4 Monday. 17 7o4i ' 4 Tuiiv I 46 10 M "i9 We.tnsd v 1st II At 4 1 I e 0 V- 3 ." 2JI 4 I S V 4 I 5 IV S H 6 Irt a I SiT 11 41701 5 I "I'll 6 II I I 6 je 1 .1 Krldav...'..,-.'! o.i7 0l Stnrtlay i 1 lit 7 s l 4 K 9' Tin SO 7 4" IS 7 .' 2 5 K 19 0 4 8 4j 2 1, 8 4 0 2 9 27' I l 9 27 0 SI" DA V. t londav....J4 J ''A Tuesuav ...2 Si S3 Wedusd y.ii !4I H i Thursday 4 17 SO Friday at 4 A4 7 Saturday..: 4t!7 fl:NDAY.:W J074 Monday ...:U 7 14 7 '.'I :iit 21982. am; S 2;7 2i 10121 I .Mt 1 2lj HOUj 17 IO:B2 4 S42f 2 11 it; I 7 I) i2 0 ' .id! 12 51 1 1 7 II 4,'t 16 8'.'0'4 9' I IWI I 460 0il4 2 X(M1 ASTORIA'S OR .UN FLEET UR. Wheat Veasel and Flat; (Us Value iHK'halburn. Br h (rlenrlvan, Br h .. .. lraticerne, Br sh frown of Scotland Hr trr,? 51JKI ;.?h 70.VK1 0..i2J 47 2r 19.10 SU'is tir.Vt'i 7.27:l 61.U2 7.7"t I.M l' ' IT: ,Orio lijnt '.i.v 79,tf."J 10.. Vs, eh . iHxtlva. Br ,h ...... Biytlmwood. Hrsh Itunhrltton. Brli Cumbrian, Urbt ... F.uphnwyne. Hrwh MoiiAtmrns, Urth w Narwhal Siu-hrt, Ur nil (ralmtte. liruli Andreta, Hr sh A rra'n. Br bk ... Ilrenhlldu. Ur ll Th a Mai' l.ellan, Ur -t TorrlMlale' Ur sli stnulitryfe, lir h Iteiwe Itlf Ine-s, iier .... Transit, Nr sir Hiawu'lin. Vv .11 Uowiniiii U Ijiw, lir I k Flottbek.icrsli tirn-ssi-inlale, Ur H W illliiimiiieii, (ier m ..., iialerij(I, llrsli ijidy Wentwitrili. Rrli iitlierland.hlre. hr h K'leiilr;nlymi)r., fcr mi . I'iiilunieii, Ur HamUii' irft, Ur hk tmtn MiirEan i, br li Ad'.lf (i. r -h Itunsyre, Ur sh lit-ii . tni Ur bk ... ..'...'1. Norma. Ur hk .. . IHu-ra. Ur hk ' ''Z'Z K llilipish trt-. Ur hk Kl'iritlM. Nur sir FliiiNiiire, Ur sir . . Tt.!)"") 7l.. 'st I I". ' j f;.ii 1 ".'.mi ; l'.:.Vi; : sT.o.i IU."tj .;s.i 0 1 Nl.ll.l I 1 11. ' JW) H J.'MI I 'l,.s2 s-J tll I lit j tl.'H) 1 :,' 1 M."'i I i.i.itt. j 72,.il ;i.t.22 l.it 2l,itji oT.nr I'.'.iW! VVB 7','.Si7 ii .-. ; -VUllM 141r"'. ..,litf '-Vlti 7ti I't.:' I i I I'l.'.mti ll .."" i It'JI"! I II.I.K") I 10 .: 1 iir'.'t.fl -i, 9; ii"..2i '.".TuS : 7,,..'tM I 'fn 1 fa.ii(ina, Ur sh William Tl III. Hr bk .. Hatbh.n Hull. r hk .... J. C l'tlusrr liersh Anainha, Ur bk ' i'l-ru, tier bk ( arrail.ile, Ur bk . KlKlnshlre, Itr sh IK.KH 7'j.i; 7-,'.i s.'.;: i;,.srt '"t.'ssj 72,7Kt 11-1.'X l.'.n H...IJUIJ t)l,W '.",'"0 !t-,,iia xi,im l".7ilt lljti.72 7''.3I I rj,',ius l-'lMJ riHiuuirtyshlre. Ur sli r-rinriii!iv. lir tik Falls of Clyde, Ur ah IniiiueM'hii, r r bk Ueneon Hx:V, Br shl: !Selirklilre, Ur bk City oflVrtli, Br str Unisse , Br hk ... O-litertyre, Ur bk .... Va,Ial.., lir Mi Optiells. Xr hk Barduwie. Ur sh lriimrriiii, Ur bk .. . . M. livsoii, Ur str ... Kttrii'kilale, lir str ... Lombard, Ur str I'rovinee. Br sh Omba, brstr 'ilenl'S', hr h Verbena, brsli .vr.iii; tiO.174 47,'i'l i:'rM IM,l-i .',! .1 II, Hit ii:,-'i7 :is.im:: i7,i.1 ti'i,:i7i !, 112,42.1 1.-I..7IU ftil.'JiS 1M.U2I l I01,4i si, 7l)ll Barrels of flour. MARIN'H NOTES. T")ie Brlth ship Poltollcch, 92 hiy.t from in yesfr- Cafie Town. In bnljat, arrive! 'lay event iit. The w.-hornt-rM Iiura 'May and Sequoia, both juniJuv liul;n. arrival ili,v,n from I'ornland yesterday. Tlio UrjtWh s4hip HprinIurn, Vfl days from Ca4i Town, in ballast, arrived in i-rfterday evening. Tho timr Ifarrlson, for Tillamook, ill 1 not fsucf.i d in fcolnur to sea yetnerday and s still in the harbor weatherbound. Tho Brit i.i efilp Lyriate was moved from near Klmore's canne.ry to oppoilte tho O. R. & X. dock. The Lyd-a,le la In ballam. and in without a charter. The Alice IJlan'-luurd, whlrti sailed from Portland for San 'Franditco Thursday wiihout stoprlnif here, hail a eartro of !C.0W fe. of lumber and 200 bindl'S ot box shooks. 1 j Elder Is ; The .Alanka wteam'T CTeo. W. due from Portland this morning an1 wlil tJo on 50 tonm of freight ct the O. It & N. dock. Thirty pasmgen from ruero, up to laito yftrtlay venng, had pur chased tickets Do Ki north. VESSELS BOUND TO ASTORIA. The followrruj vessels are bound to the Columbia River, with name of master, rationality, rig, tonnage, where from and dae ot reported ellh;g; Oeorg Stetaon, Murhy, Am sh, 17W tons, Ilaltlmor August 1 Canilrian King, H.uisen, Br sh, MS tons, Shanghai. Dovanby Hall, Whlckhtm, l'r ah, is tons, Llveritool Ben Vointch, Ahlvr, CK sh, 1WT tons. Santa Rosalia. Spring-burn, Rae, Itr bk, RoO tons, Cape Town, 8ettniber tk. Iltallooh, McLvod, Ur bk. 3 tons, Table Day. Otago, Kk, Swd bk. 70 Ions, Ham. burg. Conway Castle, Jones, Ur sh, ISM tons, Valparaiso, Commonwealth, Anderson, Br sir. US tons, Taku, Ysmniara, Boavan, Rr bk, 1911 lona, Alga Ray. Olenpnrk, Irish, Rr sh, 1T tors, Rio Janeiro, August 19. OU-ntank, teutard, Br bk. 1X4 tons, Calcutta. Genevieve, Touge, FT bk. SS7 tons, 111. phong, October XI. Henry Vlllard. sttett. Am ih, 147 tvns. New York. October U Otwon, Gully, Rr tK, 14 ions, Newcastle, Australia, October I. Jacques, Bemada, fr bk, 1400 tons, Ma. junda. Indian Empire, Altrn, Br bk. 1516 tons, Valparaiso. Jupltler, Fundor. Dan h, 1051 tons. To. Kohama. Chelmsford. Thomson, Ur bk. I1S7 tona. Cape Town, October . City of York, Jones. Rr sh, 11S7 tona Syd.tey. IikrmbH, Rtvlherlng. Br bk, low tons, rrei-mttntle. Can Robertson, 1111, Br sh, 1N0 tons, S.i.nta Rosalia. Hrltl'h General, Thomas, Rr h, lb0 tons, Newcastle, Australia. MKUs, Menwngcr. Itr bk, Xi tons, NagasakL Yalorl, Brown, Br n. 14i9 tons. New. castle, Australia. Jordon Hill. Walker. Br bk. J17 tons, Melbourne. Port Caledonia. Anton, Br bk, ilJO tons, NagasakL Klntuck. Per re lie. Br str. fsi tons. Yokohama. Amara, Kent, Br s:r, liW tons. Hong, koijf. Alexander Black. Punn. Br bk, 13S1 1 ton?, Antwerp. Watjen, Pritx. tier sh. ?J7? tons, HlogJ. Iird Shnftslnry, Cunningham. Br sh, 2T73 tons, Sydney. Bristol. Molntyre, Br str. Ti ton. Kmllle. Ottmann, Ger h. 1T3S tens, Yo kohama. Anr.e Thomas, Thornns. Kr nh, 17tl3 font. Port Plrle Almora. Thomson, Hr bk, 179 ton. Newcastle, Australia. Teter Rikmtw. Wentermeyer. Her sh, 2C5 tons, Hongkonir. Auckland, Jam-., Br h. 1315 tons, Ade. laid. Glenlul. Taylor, Br sh, 1SS4 tons. Royal Ronds. 1 Oronts. Ban, Br nh, IZSt linn. Pnlney. J St. Enoch, Laird. Br str. W4 ton., ! Shanirhal. Wlndrush, Walker. Br bk. 14.13 tors, Ade laide. Ortrud, Buti. Or sh. 1KA tons. Santa Rosalia Alre, Kuhfmsnn, Cer sh. so; tons, Santa Rosalia. Nlthsdale. Stevens., Br bk, 1535 ton. Nagasaki. Romamff. Morgan, Br sh. 1SS tons, Newcastle. Australia, Forthbank, Peterson. Br bk. I!3 tons. Oerirhnt!. OwynedJ. Davlrs, Br bk. 10M tons. Honolulu. Turitan. . Br str. ICS tons, Klobs H. Bliohoff, 8chwartintr. Ger ship, 27M tons. Melbourne, Nov. 6. due February. Audaman, Winter, Er bark. W5 tons, A!oa Bay, . I.onnsdale, Joncii, Br bark, 140S tons, Rrisbane, . Cambrian Frlnce, , Br ship, 1275 tons. Melbourne, . City of A'.hens. Lundlna, Br ship, 11M i tori. Antwerp. j Senator. Lewis, nr ship, m tons. ; a Roads. Roy- LL'MKKK FLKET. V..se on the Way an. I In Columbia P.Ivr to Load Lumber. j 2S4 tons, H.in I Laura Mi". H.-m'en, sfhr, Francisco. Kovemlr 12. Letltln, Stakkobye. sebr, l tons, R-in Fran"l-iro. November 12. Tcnklo Mam. Kan.-ko, Jap bk, 1111 tons, Yokohama. Sequoia , sehr, 33 tons. Pan Fran. clsro. Echo, , bgtn, 6S0 Knappton. tona, Tientsin, Edward Parke, Johnson, irhr, 140 tons, San Francisco, N. P. Mills, San Francis co bay, Dec. 18. TUP; tv,.TX Hit 'AN ("WNTKR FFJITrJIW. kit many m.iriM the iVmmi ltltin couniterf..ierH have U,, H.ting tiun ntt'-s of tlio KOVt-rnrnt-rut of (he Island' until vl-.t- amount. K Is ha1, ha r. ae. i,i."i.'s. 'iimiM-tom or the r'.rrt: B"rvlc! rmrMU wt-ro tfiiiefly InMmimiinul n bring Ing itio malofai-iont t Jutttlt-i-, The till r ien y or the 'jes-n-t vrve.. H und iiibiw, tiut It hi 1y no iw.'un a wn-t, but 1 patent fat, that W. st-ivU-e hnt Hon tetter's Htonuu-ti i!rr.tn , ,h wfliik mrrvous and dysp'illc in of genui.ru; value Trwre have i-.-n from time to time conn- lerf-iiH of It, rut there are of the g'nulnc. Costa I'.ban noiey, but .rjho nilnlaturo note of banl on tho lalel and the vignette of St. tieonce ad 1he Iiraton, oui,led With tho exqutsltely llnleh-,l tyirar.lilr:al work, ;uv; nr iryni f.ily m!iab!e. Any on who bat uwl ithe ;ittTit kreiws Us a'lnilreble tiiullMtT and the features of rri'i exterior of the Wtl'-s. 'I",ds sigr.c. able tonlr; almolulely prtrventn and rem Iie malaria, rheumatj, m, liver c m- plaini, kidney irvnihle and dyrepa. any one's lis or i itr.s seem really clean after nAutt the n-Ptihone? 1 iane pleasure In recommending unamivirialn s colic. Cholera and Dar rhoea Remedy to all who suffer from pains tn the stomaeh " u Me Mm m ! KInley, editor of the Rawson (Ohio) Her ald. "Until I u5l this reanedy It was, at times. Impossible for me to be in my office, owing to att.ik lasting from one I to two days. By taking It ai soon as the first symptoms of ths attack arc felt, 1 no longer suffer his unpleasant sick ness." For sale by Charles Rogers, dnif-trist AN OPEN LETTER To MOTHERS. WE ARE APSICUTINO IN T1IK Col'UTS I'l'R U1C.UT TO TIIK rXClA'SlVK t'SE OK TIIK WORD "C ASTORIA," AMI "FITCIIER'S CASTOJIIA," AS oiR tradk makk, 7, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, qf llyannis, Massachusetts, was tho originator of "PITCHERS CAST0RIA," the same that has borno and docs now fn r or every bear the facsimile signature of CAfMcZ! wrapper. This is the original " PITCHER'S CAST0RIA," whidi has ken used in tho homes of the Mothers of America fr over thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY at tho wrapper and uv that it is the kind you have always bought CTCUT' 0,1 and has the signature- of wZasitf wrap per. No one has authority from vie to tr-e my name ex ccpt The Centaur Company of which Clias. II. Fletcher is President. March S, 1S97. Do Not Bo Deceived. Do not endanger the. life of your child by ncrrptinjj a cheap substitute which some: druir may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies on h), the in gredients of which even I:e does not know. "The Kind You Have Always Bought M DEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF .w Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You, I i I. A. KASTAHI2N I lOl'SK, ItUIDf.K AND WIIAHI' HtJIUDICU .IIOUHK MANHOOD 1 taw very lovely .lint can now he (luirosl at r')UA!y etitrani'iiuc p.-titw twr- O-A.STOXI.XW. at -"r s S. i-Lon, . The awci wonuim pn-fen. leivit pie lied ;o l.nic inil.-Pttixul. Miss Allle H'Ufhea, Norfllk. Va., was frightfully burtsl on the fce an-l ntvk. Pain was Instanty relieved by DcWItt'f Witch Ilni'H ,alv., whk-h healeil the In jury without leaving a scar. It la ths famous pile remedy. Chm. Rogert rt.ime of ihe wry nowem wan papers on Ve at tho d.'rutive fdmi are rnisinh j to give a time! -rnri pervoiut protra. ! lion. Mra. Mary Itlrd. Il.irrlsleirrf, Pi, savs, "My rhlld is worth mllllflna to me; yet f would have loot h'T oy croup hail I not Invested twenty-five cents In a bottle of( One Minute Coi?h Cure." ft cure cuh, ' colds nnd all throat and lurw troubles, j Chan. Rogers. "Wf'lk utrilv-'lit up to your iroub. s an I they will turn out to l only half n larare ns they loolcl at a dlstancs. CAS"iORIA For InfantA u.d Cliili'.ren rb fj. f nallt SXS fT" " u There If. no p-al charity that prompts a donation to a b'id iM-ggar only alien per"ohs ho know Itie dop.or are near o 1 wltn'HS the art Ion. I It 1s easy to catch a cold and Just ss. eay to get rid cf It If you commence early' to run One Minute Cough Cure. It curfsl coughs, colds, broncliltls, pneumonia and j all throat and lung troubles. It la pleas ant to take, snfe to use and sure to cure. Chas. Rogers. Iltw strange Hk. stialhgt hang olt but It will soon ran' no rem. irk, If fash ion preleon:s In regard to ih rolffurei com', true. TO CI'R!0 A ("OLD IN ONE TMV. Tako IxLxallve Tiromo tj'il'ilne Tabl.M. All drugglxts refund the rnony jf t falls to cure; 3",e. For salo by fmrl Rogers, We ran often cry tvliei we are h.ippy, but I alicolul-ly ti-at'l'tn n .1 great gr'ef. TO CCIiE A COLD IN ONE DA V. Take Laxative P.rotno Quinine Tablets All drugglKls refund the money If t falls to cure; 2T.C. For Hn by Charles Rogers, At crystal dinners even the plates ar of cut giant. Mr. Ellsha Berry, of this place say he nerver had anything to do him .so much good and give such quick relief from rheumatism ss Chamberlain's Pain Balm. He was bothered greatly with shooting pains from hip to knee until he used this liniment, whloh affords prompt relief. B. T. Baker, druggist, St Paris, Ohio. For sale by Charles Rogers, druggist. 1 .. .1 1 r 4m r TO""rs. an uraiaa, itaa 01 Kwrr in iicaerstlve Otgaa. of 1 I eutwr ms, caused by oer eiertiua, rouihful rrrort, sicrMtve um ot V. 4(Vn3V . opium or uimulanta. whKh lead 10 Infirmny. Conaiimptkmor -s 4t-lJ lDMOI7 -.c",b'snr1e.llnrra4porkrt i aoper !,., tnr K V mail a ''naid Circular Free, ttolj h. ail .Iruftlita A.k for It. Ukt soHher. " Maniitarture,! br tha prau Me.1lflnt Co . fail. Kianr lauelWa .j. m IV General Contractor MOVING TOOI.H HKNTKD RESTORED f uaranirrdiocuiesll aemui dnensft, suoh Knk Mrtuoty Ixmauit liaia lswtr, llmdjiht. Wskriuluru, Uitt Maulkwl, Mainly Kiul. i'tu tuauUiuliaasgtBU, TUuvi tai VaiuUlU M., I'jttl.uJ, 01. F.BTlCS.CoNN I'ltl'ti !.. AsTonw, Astoria. 'oil ei ev-r ii'W. uxl simple and tMMtifilful im," Mtniiw ihe poet. In w-inle mlili h iiilgtit sell attlv to Ayrr's (4ar purllU lh in.mt rrnep nl and avlrn-tin.- blixxl piii 111 -r ever offrreil to auflrr Iik himmin'i-, ,litnit h i: irriir mer it keeps It so nng at l'ie f'onc. Tin' (lieritx'mrter 1 niiit tm itiu'-i so Item of hi'ertwt ih.av .lays u when It l hrt-tiklnir 1 lis rsird u the matter of heat rr .Id. T't I'f'Ki: A Col.K IN iiNK lAV. Tike Ijiv.uKi- llmino Jiilnl'ie Tablets All dniKglna n-fiind the m.iev If It fnl to cure; D'... For mle by C'harl. a It rs Ths population of tha world averages 109 women -to every 100 men. Klgnt ninths of ths sudden deaths are those of males. J. A. I'erklis. tif A tH trinity. O., vma f thirty yenrs need'essly tortured by phy s. lnni f r the cur., of ecrema. He wn Tll.-klv eure; by using IVWIIfS Wltrh TI11.-I .i'.vo famous healing Salv for pllet nnd skin diseases. Ch. RogiV. Th. tc .ti ar,.l (i, expri I'l.ius n Import; ntafi rnnke. n -" Hie lasc f- it ).;.ri!y cum s nuti ki-st !n tne man whose liver s In g'w.d condition. D'WIH's i LI'tle Ea-ly fillers nre famous Utile pills : for cnnstlpntlon. biliousness, Indlge.tlon nnd nil n'nm.irh and liver troubles. Chis. ! Rogers. 1; . b fn en I V iple buv paint i tn n rdure la so mui-th lovl'. ik 1 1 1 . rueklnb:nn live for th. whickers, I'.ip klngham 1 l.i f,,r the mustaelie r.ii'l(inli 1 11 s i v- f.ir t'ie eyebrow Colons lea nir il Ii-oah or bnel(. The l-.sil generally ( eliai i, li Id In lie r of tin occupant Is furnishing of a room Mrs. M. R. Fori, Ruddell's, 111., suffered for eight years from dyspepsia and chronic constipation, and was finally cured by using DeAVItt's IiUHe Early Risers, the famous little pills for all atom, nch and liver troubliss. Chas. Rogers, It won't h.. long furw befiwv the gri who reeeveii a ! of furs nt (Hirletmns wli; wleli Ho y ii, iiei-n sdilrt wnlsts in rte.nl. Mrs. Stark. Pleasant Ridge, O., says I "After two doctors gave up my' boy to die. 1 saved him from croup by using One Minute Cough Cure.'1 It la the quirk, etrt and most certnln romedy for coughs, "I'd- aril ri throat and Ituuf troubles.' Cha. Rogers. How many pe.rtmm nre guilty of the ruleri(H of reading the morning paper at (he hrevikfast table. Tlio IrtMt ano lync -nnd cxiM-ctornut for tho euro of fnlilt, nouiths, and nil thront. I tin?, nnd broncHilnl '.rosibloA, In undonbt clly, Aycr's .'lurry pwtoral, the cnly specific for col.ls nt.d couith admitted on exhibition nt t'11 Chcn.i Wnrld'i Fair. Arc is a mnllt-r of fpi'llntt, not of yenrs, but no one npt to cull '.ho kttnlflh wnrrnn with irray hair nnd crow's fct a young sjlrl. even thootth she doos not really feel ovrr IS. GO EAST a .;VIA a a Library Car Route AMICHICA'H HCICNIO LINE. Meats Is Dining tar a la Carta Ths all-rail routs to Koottwal tiuala dtstrlut, via Hcallls and Bpokan Shortest and Quickest Line aTOik. St. Paul. Minneapolis, Duluth, Chicago AND ALL IVINTH KABT Through Palace and Tourist Weepers, Miilng ami IJbrary OlismiSe. tlon rare. Dally TrnliiM .;.PHt Tlmo HKKVIl'K AM" Hi KNKIIY I'N KAtrKLID For tickets and full InforinaUon oavU on atront O, It. m N. C". or sAlraas A. II. C. PICNNIHTON. V. V. T. A., Portland, Or. H. C. 8TKVKNH. ll. W. I. A., HatUa. Through Tickets TO Til UAST AND SOUTHEAST VIA PL'LXMAN PALACH HI.EErEHs. TOUItlHT BLKKI'BIia and rilKK KIX'titN'INtl CHAIR CAM Daljr to Salt Lake. Denver. Omaha. Chicago, Kansas City and other Kaatern C'lUas yta sIUmc tosstaV ra ractflo or O. IL t N. Oa, Only Line From Portland Offsrlrai raaaMiors the ohotos of Tourist Car Unas) tlwuch to Chlosaro. Spec Lilly Conducted Excursions Via Shasta Routs to Chicago svary Tuaat- day. Itagguse otierksd ihrougti to des tination. MugnlnYont sosnsry, unltas dsnuta, fast Uma, lowmt rataa. Tintach llklit In an rs. For rates and olhor Information oall on or addrsis a W. UAXTEfl, Oen'l Ajsnt. IX Third St., cor. Alder, Portland. KBITS fimmi pills I - . da-- l-r-s.f itUii.sji4. Ira, lfi.p I alii . f ftiriistrHaV 1. 1 V Untrri" "tinnli""! fti.tliig Ut 1 ii.. llrts l Hiirli( ,,f .11 1t.H ain't N9 kix'iii r-it!i f,.f ..mrti riUlfl ll-'it. .,,,( ,! h,M rt mv r..r... a t,arr ..r Ksnri by totiHM'mm imtg Oo. Good Cars, Good Track, Good Meals, I'i.iiii llllllnus, I niin HI: I '1 1 1 1 . I'niin Hi iivi r, To CIlll'HItil, 'In HI. liuis, To lliniilni, T11 K 11 11 mis t ll v. Tlcksts at offices of connectlnn llnw, A. SHKIiIlON, Itt'licnil Al'chI. I'mil.it,,! ii. IJfW Kfsrrt llomr.lr AhsnlmHr I ns.owa Ui Ih pror....,n ri-rnianrnt Igna In I ft Ui ils. W rfun.J mrnli-y If ,, 110, y r, h, ;;.,, " hums fur i ll..l..im.rlra fasSSSJ , llia nnw .Mrnm. !S'Z ",.."".'" .ir..rl4...T.rri7s will mntrai't 1.1 rum I M ii.,.,n...n..-....un 700 l,s. Us.-.. m.r-Li tATurTTXSZZy'i.i mi mrs a. ii.-s j 1.3 ri .,-: u.rj:r: 17:,-rr: In monlh. Hiim. 'l-l.. rd Mnta, ij.-rrsmiBiir i'lmi.lrs,4,oniM.r.4'iloi ..r..-.. !.. srii'-1.-" '....j,,i.rw 'ii... ii.......U7.iiairur I Is nils I'rlisarr, Stsnn.lMrv or 'tcrllur. S Illlootf I'olsoa (list wa --'ll 11 1 1." must nkaila. Ihnwnrlil r..rras. wa st liss always hafflrsl ""ilnral a4.rslf.Uuia, Suarant. Iiiciirn Wei air raars Mill rliallrnai kV rannpt runs 'I lit. ,. I . tha .LIU of II,. ml I nr n 1 b ti ti .. p. ui 1 . I isis ftiiii alui T".u '.",r ' VI'IHLKNK. an4 Illi.S. JCS '"I'111. '""I'l'l "itr unninrllilnnal praofk, A.Mr.M tlltIK IIKIIKIIV Itr s'-iaiij ur . 'IVmi.1., l.l, um,. Illinois. Dr. Wlllluma' Indian Plls ' '1 ntimjiit will I'urii llllnd, I1Ii:.-iIiiii nnd ll,.l,i.,.. I'llcn. ll. iilisorlis the tlinmrs itlluys. tho lU-Uliiir at oin e, acta iTT , " .'. sivi-s inninnt ro Ilff. lir. Wllilnins'imimn Pile Oint ment Ik nr.mnpi.,1 H11.......1 Init of tho privBin rsiria. Kvery bun is rrirrnnlfil. llv d....... .... ..:m ww s lav ' u til For sale fjjpwr tfitlff V" iv.tj-h Mai ' i.. i hauaassaaMaBaaaHaaaaaaaiiasaaBaaas n.i Mint For sals by Estes-Conn Drue Oo.