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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST , 1895.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
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Asferiaflv '
MR. WAR-VET'S LOGIC.
His Intelligent peoplle of the iwhole
country are laughing over an argument
advanced fey'iMr. Harvey tai his MxHte
wltfii' Mr. Morr. He argued the there
huld be at double money standard be
cause nature Is organized cm the duplex
pwoojple.' (Man (ha itrwo hands, !fwV eyes,
two ear and ,rwK tegs, says Mr. Harvey,
and m chould Wherefore have two money
Tivis remmda us ot (the argument that
was advanced a couple of oerttiurles ago
wny imere houM not be more than seven
pjanets. The human bead has seven orl
flcesVwo ears, two eyes, two nostrils
and one moutlh-)Wierexre tlhere could not,
in Mie- nature of tihinga be anore than
evert ipOunet It was atMed also that
seven iwas s nored number, because
hwr are seven days la ttie week, and Mils
was taken to add fore to the former
argument.
Of course Mr. 'Harvey was driven into
a corner, and used this way of getting
Mmlself out. It Is a poor compliment he
thereby jwld to the tateUHgente of the
Amerttoan people, however, Jf tie supposes
Wiat afly man wltfa sense enougJi to cast
a vd'to m'M be influenced' Iby such an ab
surdity. Furahermore, notfliing is mtore certain
thaw (.tut Mr. Harvey's plan, which tie
mtsoalls Wmetalllem," to mot Mint at all,
I silver monomelolElsm pure and simple.
A certain sort of Democrats "Admlnis
rrattow DomocraOs," tihey istyJo them-selve-p
vying with one anlier in
WW VUieneai and opprdbntouaness of the
epltbets they Invent and apply to the
deluded followers of th free silver Idea
In the' souLh. For example, Bom Jones
says, 'ttlliey wre molt only ignorant, but pre
judiced a we, and Ignorance and preju
dice, wthlch go hind In hand, is tlhe curse
of Che iworld." He also aya thoy aro
going down the precipice of eibseurlty,
"pushing tlhew leader and promoters
wttta them." But, he says, 'Utiey stand
some show, Jwwewr, of readhlng hewvon,
as God has made spectai provlion for
fools and ohKVlren." After a long course
of icAher abuse and ridtcule of the same
sort, this pioua and cultured gentlunon
ntnids up wdttl the ramuckuibte, from him,
?oraUon that' "Qod's sun never shone
upon suCli a country as America today;
a kind Providence never furnlehed such
a eeotton for the poor man as the south."
Mr'.' Jones is rigtfut, to sure, but It
Is the very opposite of whet b und his
Ilk hava aim ays taughit and preuched, and
suoh a declaration Is the foundation of
all RepuUkMi foJUh and doctrine. Like
th "Great Secretary" Carlisle, Hoke
SmtiUh, ainld other Democrats, too numer
oua to menltion, Mr. Jones' hindsight in
Ms old age Is proving better than his
farscCetit. Only a few year ago whwn
the AepUUkjans were battling with the
Ignorance, gullibility and prejudice of the
very 4as ttwe tatter-lay sages and
statesmen are now reproving and abusing,
exery On of these worthies was doing
ail he could to inflame the minds, ex-
elte prjudlc, and stir up discord and
discontent among (the people of the whole
country. drover Cleveland, as his
speeches and earlier nvssrage to congress
wlU eftjow, was the first calamity howler
th country has had since the war, and
his election to the office he now hoWa
Is due directly to the discontent and pre
judice he succeeded with' the help of these
same followers and henchmen In stirring
up among a happy and' prosperous
pxp:,
S)veryftiod7 wtU danced thwt the pnra
graph we copy below from an article on
the honk! syndlcats, published in the Aug
ust Forumv is both logical ami probable:
"Closing the mints to th free cUnage of
slyer tn th Otd WorM and in the
United ?: lessened the demand and
undoutotetly affected the pries of silver;
but th great decline in price is owing
to th cheapening profcess dependent upon
improved machinery, improved methods
of production, improved) facilities for
tranapomaHon and exchange. By means
of cable and credit the transmission of
of money from on part of the world to
another Is almost instantaneous. Silver
ha ceased to serve the convenience of
tain. It doe not meet h Nreu of th
public, of business men, or of bankers.
Th leading trad -paper of England,
The London EUinomise, recently referred
to a few of th benefit to British manu
facturers resuOtlng from our present
tariff. It stated that owing to irtio res
toration of eoubn ties to th free Hat the
recent advances in the price of Iron In
Amwtaa hv enaMed English makers
i i. ys j tn4T t?- loo"s. The
earns upward movement lo pricej, the
I3 -o!i'mat shld, ratsw ths question of
f f rtr of ISs c?n (Salts trade, a sub-
Ject whldH it remarked Is carefully
w a Mixed by the South Wales (Manufac
turers, (who are anxious to regain their
old time monopoly. lit admits that the
decreased shlpmemts of tin plates have
been felt with crushing effect by the
Welah Industry, tout sees In the higher
pnloe (or efceet a possibility that the
nuinufactmre of tin plate In the United
State may receive a check' and the
Bntf.teh trade he revived. (Here la tn
dlisputialbie teuiinrony to the value of
the Republican tariff policy In building
up the American ItUn plait-e industry and
amo to the worth of the Democratic
tariff tto (British manuifUcturers of cot
ton ties. Jt Is such lteulnony thait
streuigthens the cause of protection.
(The poCiloa department of AMorla is an
rnxnaDy. In most other cities of the
country it is the common paitrolmen and
rounkhmen who are called before the
board of comtnrieslioners for warning and
dlddiplirelnK- Here In Astoria, it seems,
from rumors which are going uboUt, the
cUher end of the force requires the
attention and admonition of the commis
sion. ' It is hoped these gentlemen have
the courage and fidelity to duty necessary
to the proper purifloatlon of this import
ant .branch of the city government, and
that an example may soon be made which
wUu operate both as a warning and en
courageimenlt Ho the more worthy and
faithful, If subordinate members of the
toroe.
The following suggestive paragraph la
co.umended to the tatmedlaite and
though'UfUl consideration of the Honorable
Board of Water Commissi oners of the city
of Astoria:
"London, July 29. The meagre supply
of waller in the eastern pant of London '-B
causing Increased suffering to the lnhob
ttams of that section. The streets ore
filled with, Iwvwrven offering threepence or
more for la bucket of water, but are un
able to gelt it for the very good reason
that tlhiere Is none. The Ideath rate In
Bast London has been JUlAed since the
coinpanles began turning oft the (low of
water, except for about two hours In the
twenty-four.
The Boston Journal says: Democrats
who feel It their duty to detend the pres
ent tariff are .be'tiween two fires. If they
praise It, ahe are praising what Cleve
land caMeid an act of 'perfidy and dis
honor," and a dofloHtimuklng tariff, which
woutd be ten times worse but for the
Republican duties lit preserves. Yet they
must praise it to try to make the Re
publicans think the tariff should not be
made the Issue at the next campaign.
STATE NEWS.
Inrtorea't.ing Items Culled from Oregon's
Leaduig Newspapers.
The Oregon Fruit und Produce Com
pany necelved teflegroiphuC advices yes
terday, says the Stateamlan, thait thi car
load of peafchi pluims, Bhipped by Ihem
from Baleim on Thursdlay of last week
(had aw'ived a'C Chicago In ercellenit shape
and hod been onwttT(i;d to New York
where the plums wli'l toe sold Itio the frult-
ealdlng people of ithat metropolis. The
Company WM not send any more plums
but expect to mak several ititupmenxs
of Bantlett pears. New Yorkers spend
mamy mtlUonB of dullara annuiilly on
fruit which tihey puryhase on the street,
and the profits made by .the venders, al
lowing ven (tor waste In such perlt'i!!-
ble good, Is enurmouls. These vendi rs
purchase pluums at Jl a box, combining
from live to six hundred plums. They
sell the plU'rria on ihe stand at i penny
each or at the cheapest at five for three
cents.
The La Gi'ainle Gazette, In its Uat is
sue, says: "A few boya in this cJ.y were
led to believe thiit wvere iwas a flvi dol
lar guUl piece on each eye of the china
man that was burled hull 'Monday and
acting under thlut Impression 'they pro
ceeded to dig htm up. They did not ttnd
the money, and pnofouhly becoming scared
at whuit they Wad done they left without
covering up the remains." The only
thing done in the way of punislmrnt of
tihij young Bhou'la, we umdenBtar i, was
thait their parents were requi'Ted to "ftli
up the giuve."
The total shipment of peaches via the
S. I, firom Ashland up to lust night, clays
the VJXey Record, amounted to nearly
10,000 Wox'.s. Of this amiounlt only a few
hundred iboxes went eouuhlwurd, all the
jiemalmder goJng to Willamette anU Sound
points. These ghtpmenits were of the
ear.y vartetie-iiuatily Alexanders. Heavy
shlpmttnks iwlll commence with the rlpeai'
Ing iof the laitter variety. Aa far as ca
be learned prices so far have averaged
failrty well.
Articles have Ibeen fllod Incorporating
the Or.gtJn Uonunsa Mining Company, to
deva'.up mines of gold, stiver and other
precious mieHuls, piritlcutarty the Bonansa
of Jijiseiiihlne county; omee, want s mem
ciavi'tal. a0.000; 1,000 elmres of $50 each
Inuxpoiutors. Ildwiard WUde, Rob.rt
Browui, Joilin King and Samuel, Baldwin
Eiwlncer Kooits and Flreiman Watson,
on engine No. 116, dtruck a hig rock on
a ttawp curve near Umatilivi Tuesuay,
The roi'k hivd ro'.led emiitvly in the cen
ler of the liraCk, and It broke the pilot
and smlicOied in the ad.i pan, buj, for a
ionder, HlCd mat cause the engine to tip
over or .ven leave the rails.
The Dalles Tlmee-Mountulneer la In
formed 'iilMt a very f-ituil dls.ase prevails
ainrong horses in 1he netghtoorihood of
WaiplinUtla, and several valuable antmals
hkive d.ed. It reaembles nothing that hue
been known In that vicinity to-'fore, and
("he eitate veterinary may be Ciiled upon
to mako a dlagnos.u.
The Spfllnsrfleld-IjoweH unuU route has
a luuiy mail Warner, nays 'line Eugene
Uuand. Sihe Is a plucky rwvjnvin und
mount:u her horse alt 6 o'clock in the
mwrJi.ur. carrying he mmsl through to
lumeX. a dlatano of owr twenty naies,
and back unvvtn the same my
AnMcles of laicorpoiwtlon were filled
Sa.tuiii.vv In the secreUry of state's
office tv l:hs Oreiron Pine Lumber Com,
p.iny, w.C headquurters at Portland ;Jbhn
KMiiln. E.T. WCIltama, J. u.eppeny, !
corpuiutors; capital slock, 11,500, in shares
of 100 eaoh.
J. W. Robws. a pioneer of IMS, died at
hla horns at McMJnWile. Juty 25. He was
an Indian wur veteran of .the NVrthweat
and tis on of the most prominent and
reop ened pioneers of (the past in this
countiy. He was horn in jnuiana Apra
13. 1831.
CiOtle thuevea hav been extremely bold
In Itlhe miuntttlns ahovs Mttoo in EUstern
Oregon. In a number of instances lately
fat Sttwk have been killed on wis range,
a small portion of ttw ham taken and the
bulnc of the meat let! tor ne ooyww.
RJohard Brown, says the Eug;n Guard,
lot: Satuniiy coughed up a No. 4 cut
shlntrle mail, which was worn, away
about one-hatf. He had been much trou
bled by pains In the bronchial tube for
five or six months.
The following gentlemen., on Saturday,
fi!d !! nectEary tynd d pi".' s tn
Uh secretary of s; ale's otilce and srer
duly eammMoned nourles pubMe: F.
I). Henneasy, of Portland, and C. W.
Fulton, of Astoria,
DESTROYED A BUST OF BISMARCK.
A little boy has been brought up be
fore a Berlin (magistrate charged with
hovlirg played with and destroyed the
plaster cast of a bust of Prince Bismarck.
Damages were claimed to .the extent of
1,000 marks. It seems the bust had been
forgotten during removal from one studio
to another, and the accused; with some
companions, had been accustomed to play
with fragments from this atelier, and
when it was closed got In through a
Window, took outwhat they believed to
be an oCd useless bust, set It up In a
neighboring garden, and played "Aunt
Sally" with It. The magistrate, as the
ohlld was too young to be responsible,
decided t h at his mother should swear 'that
she was convinced he did not Intend to
do any harm, that she did not believe
he was the one to take the bust out of
the workshop, nor .to prevail on his com
panions to destroy it. If the mother
will not take this oath she Will have to
pay 700 murks, at which the cast has been
valued. Lon ion, Dally News.
ADELAIDE AXD ETON ROY.
A contemporary of "Good Queen Ade
laide" tells me the following long forgot
ten story: The queen had invited a few
Eton boys to lunch with her. Eton boys,
as we know, frequently improve the shin
ing hour at a pastry cook's shop in
Windsor High street and are thoroughly
well conversant, through a special famil
iarity, with the prices of the different
delicacies. Sweets were served in due
course at the royal table. The queen no
ticed that one boy refused the first tart
let handed to him. "Which would you
prefer," she asked. His glance turned to
another dish. "The fourpennies, your
majesty!" he replied, eagerly.
I believe it lis i fact that our own
dear Queen Victoria when a little girl
was asked to spend the day with the
Dowager Queen Adelaide, and when told
she might herself choose a treat on the
occasion begged earnestly to be allowed
"to dean ithe windows," and that the
treat was immediately granted her. The
Woman at Home.
GAYBTIB3 AND GRAVITIES.
The teacher thrashed, but cotfM not make
BUI beXow as his dad did;
Bill knew there could he no mlstaki
His 'Wousers had been padied.
Love a-io laughs at logic.
Sometlirmes walture's law of eomipen.i
tlon gramts tine sentiments to those to
whom t denies great wealth.
Hope is that quality
Helps men pass thtwshl
Sorroiv or JoTtty
TendEj" and true.
The new woman might make a hit by
putting pockets in her bloomers.
The unknown years Ithat toefore me lie
Would promise me more ioy
If the iwurM were onty as loirge toduy
As It was when I was a boy.
NOTICE OF COMPLETION AND AC
CEPTANCE OF BOND STRiiJET,
Notice ds hereby given that N. Clinton
& Sons, contractors for the Improvement
of Bond street, in Adair's Astoria, under
the provisions of Ordinance No. 1941, on
the 3d day of August, 1696, tiled in the
office of .the auditor and police Judge of
the cl'.y of Astoria, the oertilfloate of the
City Surveyor and Superintendent of
Streets, approved by the Committee On
fctretts and Public Ways.
After ttoe expiration of the time here
inafter ispecUled, if no objections to the
acceptance of euch work he filed and the
Common Council shall deem euch lm
provement properly completed according
to 'the contract and plans and speclnca
ttons therefor, the same may he accepted.
Objections to 'the laccepltarvoe of siald
Imiprovemer.t or any part thereof, may be
filed in the office of the Auditor and
Police Judge on or (before Wednesday,
August 7, 1896.
K. OSBURN.
Auditor and Police Judge.
Aii.orlia, Oregon, August 3, 1896.
NOTrOE OF THE COMPLETION AND
AOOBPTANOra OF HTH STREET
SEWER.
Notice Is hereby given that J. A. Fas
taibend, contractor for the construction of
14th street sewer, under the provisions of
Ordinance No. 19t6, on the 1st day of
August, 1895, filed in the office of the
Auditor and Police Judge of the city of
Astoria, the Certificate of the City Sur
veyor and Superintendent of Streets, ap
proved by the Committee on Streets und
Public Ways.
After the expiration of the time here
inafter specified, if no objection to the
acceptance of such work be filed and the
Coinmon Council shall deem such lm-
provement propTly completed, according
to the contract and specifications there
for, the same may be accepted.
Objections to the acceptance of said
sewer or any part thertfor may be filed
In the office of the Auditor and Police
Judge on or before Wednesday, August
7lh, 1895. K. OSBU'RN,
Auditor and Police Judge,
Astoria, Oregon, August 2nd, 1895.
NOTICE OF COMPLETION AND AC
CEPTANCE OF DUANE STREET.
Notice is hereby given that L .Leback
Contractor for the improvement of Duane
street, in Adair's Astoria, under the pro
visions of Ordinance No. 1926, on the
12th day of June, 1805, filed in the office
of the Aud.tor and Police Judge of the
City of Astoria, the certificate of the
City Surveyor and Superintendent of
Streets, approved by the Committee on
Streets and Public Ways.
After th expiration of the time here
inafter specified, if no objections to the
acceptance of such work be filed and the
Common Council shall deem such im
provement properly completed, according
to the contract and plans and specifica
tions therefor, the same may be accepted
Objections to the acceptance of said
improvement or any part thereof, may be
filed in the office of the Auditor and
Police Judge on or before Wednesday,
June 19th, 1895.
K. OSBURN.
Auditor and Police Judge.
Astoria, Oregon, June 13th, 1S95.
NOTICE OF COMPLETION AND AC
CEPTANCE OF 12ND STREET.
Notice is hereby given that N. Clinton
A Sons, contractors for the improvement
of tM street, in Adair's Astoria, undtr
the provisions of Ordinance No. 1910, on
ths 13th day of June, 1806, filed in the
office of ths Auditor and Police Judge of
tas City of Astoria, the certificate of the
City Surveyor, and Superintendent of
Streets, approved by the Committee on
Streets and Publto ways.
After the expiration of the time here
inafter specified, if no objections to the
acceptance of such work tie filed and the
Common Council shall atem such im
provement properly completed, according
to the contract ana plans ana specifica
tions therefor, ths same may be accepted.
Objections to the acceptance of said
Improvement or any part thereof, may be
filed lo the ofnc of Uie Auditor and
Folic Judge oi or before Wednesday,
June 19th, 1896.
K. OBBUKN,
Auditor and Police Judge.
Astoria, Oregon. June 13th, 1896.
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plaint, and often is fatal in its results.
To avoid this you should use DeWltt's
Colic & Cholera Cure, as soon as the
first symptoms appear.
KARL'S CfcOVER ROOT will purify
your blood, clear your complexion, reg
ulate your Bowels, and make your head!
ciear aa a Den. za els., w cis., ana li.uo.
Sold by J. W". Conn.
Easy to take, sure cure, no pain, noth
ing to dread, pleasant little pills. De
Witt's Little Early Risers. Best for Sick
Headache Biliousness, Sour Stomach and
Constipation.
There U no doutit. no failure, when
you Uke DeWltt's Colic ft Cholera cure.
It is pkaaant, acts promptly, no bad
after effect.
STEAMERS
Telephone & Bailey Catzert.
Columbia Iilver and Pugct Sound Nav
igation Co.
Two Dally noata to Portland
"Telephone" leaves Astoria at 7 p. nj.
amiy (except Sunday).
Leaves Portland daily at 7 a. m., ex
cept Sunday.
"Bniley GaUert" lenvea Astoria Tues.
day, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and
Saturday morning nt 6 :45 a. m. ; Snuday
evening at. 7 p. m.
Leaves Portland dnily at 8 p. m., ex
cept (sunday. un Saturday mgh at 11
p. m. J. W. STOJNE,
A ent, Astoria.
I Telephono No. 11.
u1J Hcott, President,
B- A- Seeler- qen'' Agt, Portland
ANNUAL PICNIC!
--GIVES BY THE--
Finnish Brotherhood
OF ASfOMA, ON
Sunday, August n, 1895
AT
SE ASIDES
0. It. & N. Co.'s bout li. It. ThomiiFon will leave
tne company a w'mit nt'J o 'clock sharp, con
necting with trnin at the bridge.
GRAND HALL
' AT
Fisher's Hall
In the Evening.
Tickets, round trip, including ball, $1.00
Committee on Arrangements:
CIIAS. I.ASSKN, MARTIN JACKSOX,
IIaKKY JUNKS, JOHN 1'ALO,
HE.VUY KAUl'PI.
E. flcNEIL, Receiver.
Gives Choice
of
2 Jmo Transeontinental
Koutes,
Via
Via
Ogdcn, Denver
and
Omnha or
Spolvillie
311(1
fet. 1 UUl.
St. Paul.
Pullman end tourist Sleepers
Freo re Jtin!ng Ch lrs C ir
Astoria to San Francisco.
State, Wednesday, July 3.
Oregon, Monday, July 8.
State, Saturday, July 13.
Oregon, Thursday, July 18.
State, Tuesday, July 2o.
Ortgon, Sunday, July 28.
State, Frlduy, August 2.
fistoria and Portlnd Steamers.
T. J. Power leaves Astoria Monday,
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 7 p. m.
WWnes'da.y and Sunday upon arr.vsul
from Ilwaco In the evening. Leaves
Portland Monday( Tuesday, Thursday and
Friday at 7 a. m., Wednesday ta't 8 a. m,
and Saturday at 1 p. m.
11. R. Thompson leaves Astoria daily,
exctpt Sunday, at 6: a. m.; leaves Port'
ranu oaiiy, except Sunday, at 8 p. in,
On Saturday mil leave at 10 p. m.
Harvest Queen leaves Astoria WedmS'
day and Sunday at 7 p. m.; leaves Port
land Wednesday and Saturday at 7 a. m.
For rates and general information call
n or address
C. F. OVEKEAUGH,
Commercial Agent, Astoria, Or
H. HURLBURT,
Gen. Pes. Agt., Portland. Or.
EXTENDED SYMPATHY.
"Do unto others as you would have
otners do unto you. Is sympaleticall
nown In the following linefl, Ue pre
sumption being that sympathy Is born
r HKin iu pain r sorrow;
. , , , . . . , j . , .
.Teadhe
Elaiaempl".? r"Wv rtT
Two boxes to Llllle ' Wilcox, Brooklandj
N. Dak. 1 nave always been a great
sufferer from headache and your Cap
sules are the only tning that relieves
me." yours very truly,
FLORA SEAT,
Havana, N. Dak.
For sale b" Chas. '.togers. Astoria
"r. Pole Agent.
INDORSED BY THF. PRESS.
Gentlemen: This Is to certify that 1
have used Krause's Headacne Capsules
with satisfactory results. 1 tought a
box which cost ins i53. and one capsvie
cured me of a dreadful sick h?adnche.
My wife and mvself nave both used
'he medicines manufactured by the
Norman LIcbtr Mf'c Co.. RUi we re
commend them to the public as being
JJust what they are represented.
itespeciruiiy,
W. J. HUTCHISON.
Ed. Gazette, Pleasant Hill. .Mo.
Twenty-five cents, for pale by Chas.
Rogers, Astoria. Or., sole agents.
"THE MILWAUKEE.'
The only railroad lighting Its trains by
electricity.
The only railroad using tne ceteDraiea
1 "Th. aim.
waukee" are Palaces on Wheels.
On all Its through lines, the Chicago,
Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway runs the
most perfectly equipped trains of Sleep
ing. Parlor, and DlrJng Cars and Couches,
For lowest rates to any point In tne
United tSates and Canada, apply to ticket
agents, or address
C. J. EDDY,
General Agent,
Portland, Oregon.
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT, th great
Blood purifier, given fresnness and
clearness to the comni-:ion nnd cuier
Constipation, to eta, so ctt . 11.00.
For Sale by J. W. Conn.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castorla.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY.
AMERICA'S
Greatest -f- TraDS-Coatinental
Railway System.
10
-IN-
Palace Dining Room and Sleeping Cars.
Luxurious Dining Cars.
Elegant Day Coaches.
ALSO -
Observation Cars, allowing Unbroken
Views of the Wonderful Mount
ain Country.
$5.00 and $10.00
?avcd on all tickets East. Tourist earn ihe
best on ivhecli. hqulpmciitp of the very finest
throughout.
-ALSO-Canadian
Pacific
-T0-
China and Japan.
China steamers leave Vancouver, B. C:
Empress of India
Empress of Japan
Empress of China
Empress of India
Empress of Jaran
Empress of China
Aug. ;lh.
Aug a6th.
Sept. i6ih.
Oct. 14th,
Nov. nth.
Dec, 9th.
Australian steamer leave Vancouver, B. C
loth ol every month.
For ticket rates and information call
on or address
JAS. FINLAYSON, Agent,
Astoria. Or.
W. F. Carson, Traveling Pass. Agt.,
Tacoma. Wabh.
Geo. McL. Brown, Dist. Pass. Agt.,
Vancouver, B. C
The oasis of thf
Colorado Desert
A Jievj
Health
fesort
BELOW THE LEVEL
OF THE SEA
Absolutely
Dry and Pure Tropica
Climate
Pronounced by Physicians the
most Favorable in America
for Sufferers from . . .
Lung Diseases and
Rheumatism
Many Remarkable Cures
The objections urged against Indlo
In the past by the large numbers who
otnerwiso would have been glad to tak
advantage of 4ts beneficial climate, hap
oeen a lack or suitable accommoda
tion. The Southern Pacific Company
takes pleasure in announcing that sev
eral
Commodious and
Comfortable Cottages
have just been erected 'at Indlo sta
tion, that will be rented to applicants
at reasonable rates. Tfcey are fur
nlthed with modern conveniences, sun-
plied with pure artesian water, and so
situated as to gove occupants all thf
advantages to be derived from a more
or less protracted residence in this de
Ughtful climate.
(From the San Francisco Argonaut.)
"In the heart of the great desert ot
the Colorado which the Southern Pa-
clfio road traverses there is an oasis
called Indlo, which, In our opinion, It
the sanitarium of the earth. We be
lieve, from personal Investigation, thai
ror certain invalids, the-e is no spot oi
this planet so favorable."
G. T. Stewart, M. D., writes: "Thi
purity of the air, and the eternal sun
shine, ill! one with wonder and delight
- mature nas accomplished sc
much that there remains but little for
man to do. As to its possibilities as a
health resort, here is the most per
fect sunshine, with a temperature al
ways pleasant, a perfectly dry soil
for rain is an unknown factor: Dure
oxygen, denpo atmosphere and mure
water. What more can be desired!
tt is tne place, above all others, for
lung troubles, and a paradise for rheu
matics. Considering the number of
sufferers who have been cured, I hav
no hesitancy in recommending this
genial oasis as the haven of the nffllot.
ed."
INDIO-
Ts 612 miles from
SAN FRANCISCO
ami 130 miles from
LOS ANOELES
Fare from Los Angeles - fi.ee
For further Information innulre of
any Southern Paclflo Company agent,
or address
E. P. ROGERS,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. S. P. Co.
J. B. KIRKLAND,
DlsL Pun Art
yor. First and Alder Sta Portland, Or
Indio
Are You Going East?
Ee sure and see that your ticket
read! via
THE NORTH-WESTERN
line:.
thlt
CHICAGO.
ST. PAUL,,
MINNEAPOLIS
and
OMAHA RAILWAYS.
This la the
GREAT SHORT LINE
Between
DULUTH,
ST. PAUL,,
CHICAGO
And all Points East and
...South.
Their Magnificent Track, Peerless Ves
tibuled Dining and Sleeping Car
Trains nd Motto:
"ALWAYS X)N TIME'
Have given this road a national reputa
tion. All classes of passengers carried
on the vestibuled trains without extra
charge. Ship your freight and travel
over this famous line. All agents have
tickets.
W. H. MEAD, P. C. SAVAGE,
Gen. Agent Trav. F. and P. Agt.
248 Washington st, Portland. Or.
Are You Going East?
If so, drop a ling to A C. Sheldon,
general agent of the "Burlington
Route," 250 Washington st., Portland.
He will mail you free of charge, maps,
time tables, and advise you as to the
through rates to any point, reserve
sleeping car accommodations for you,
and furnish you with through tickets
via either the Northern, Union, South
em. Canadian Pacific, and Great North
ern railroads at the very lowest rates
obtainable.
The Burlington Route is generally
conceded to be the finest equipped rail
road in the world for all classes of
travel.
J. B. WYATT,
Astoria, Oregon.
Hardware,
Ship Chandlery,
Groceries,
Provisions,
PAINTS and OILS.
Special Attention Puld to Supplying Ships.
J. A FASTABEND,
GENERAL CONTRACTOR,
PILE DRIVER, HOUSE, BRIDGE fiflQ
WHARl' nUlLDER
Address, box 1S0. Postoflice.
ASTORIA. Or
THE AST0fIfl SAVINGS BAfty
Acts as trustee for cnrnnintlnn nrfl
individuals. Deposits solicited.
Interest will be nllnwtvt (ln
deposits at the rate of 4 per cent per
L & tA', B0 WLBY President
BKNJ. YOUNG Vice Presldeni
PRANK PATTON Cashiei
DIRECTORS.
J. Q. A. Bowlby, C. H. Page, BenJ
young, A. S. Reed, D. P. Thompson.
W. B. Dement, Gust Holmes.
SEASIDE SAWPiIu
A complete stock of lumber mi hand
In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rus
tic, ceiling, and all kinds of finish;
mouldings and shingles; also bracket
work done to order. Tei-mn
and prices at bedrock. All orders
promptly attended to. Office and yard
at mill. H. L. LOGAN. Pron'r.
Seaside. Orgrn.
As Franklin says, (rood dreaa nnn
all doors, you should not lose sight of
the fact that a perfect fitting suit ia
me main ieature. Wanamaker A
Brown are noted for fit. workminshln
and superiority of qualities. Their rep
resentative visits Astoria every three
months. Office 64 Dekum Bulldlnir.
Portland. Or. Reserve ordprs till vnn
have seen the spring line of samples.
BEER HALL,
What the Gambrlnus Beer Hall tried
to do in selecting their liquors was to
pick out wnat intelligent people would
want If they knew it as exDerlenreil
people should know it Make a note
of this if you want pure liquors. George
uartiey, rropnetor.
NOTICE.
The partnership heretofore exiatlnr h-
tween C. J. Greenlund and Anton Brix
florists, is hereby dissolved by mutual
consent, and all debts of the said firm
will be paid by C. J. Greenlund and a G.
Palmberg, and all outstanding account
are due and payable to them.
C. J. GREENLUND.
- ANTON BRIX.
"A TALENTED EDITOU."
Gentlemen: I had occasion to usa
several boxes or Krause's Headache
apsules while traveling to Chicago to
attend the National Democratic Con
vention. They acted like a charm In
preventing headaches and dizziness.
Have had very little headache since
my return, which Is remarkable.
Tours, reaoectfullv
JOHN U. SHAFFER,
Ed. Renovo (Pa.) Record.
For sale by Cfcas. Rogers, Astoria,
Or., sole agent.
ROY,L Baking Powder.
Highest ci til la leavening
SireaihV. S. Oonraeat Report,