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Sent br nO, per year.. ......
6iit by mall, per month.,
8enr4 by carrier, per week..
Sent by mall per year, S2.M In advance.
Postage, free to subscribers.
AX communications Intended for pub
lication should b directed to th editor.
Cieusmids of inMliittnt fair mlmWd men
in I m pnrlie.i who Mill regard Ihe money
"i ai r'!iounl !. d vte tor
tl. w.i pic-ii i.t f c.i ly with i-irrrnrc
iO liO llil'1! m.( r U.tl'lislimelll uf hcllr!
mency In Cii . m.i nv. In liuinmnv with
the moTiy ivf the enilrc civilised ,rW.
It It ntagnir.c-ent testimonial to iK ;
patiioiuni and wealth of the country that :
the subscription opened At the tte.isuty !
yesterday should nsfcrcgale neatly nx j
timet Hie amount of tht Im-i.Is ofervd ;
(or sale. The tr-vtsui-y iviik rv Mi. I j
to have been ast..m,,v -.1 nml the working
force of tin- department .'iiniJ by the !
Inmicnw number of applications filed tor I
the bonds, which gees to show thai we !
are after all not so dependent mvn the 1
we will uno FREE
One SSi Scarf Pin
Business communications ot all kinds and I Sliylo. ks of l-omlnnl sf-e the Till- '
remittances muat be addressed
Tha Aatorlan guarantees to Us
sorfbera th largest circulation of
llVKBtWH IUU4t4IW U1 ma VIMUTOOia
mans an.) MewnrlK onM r",n senl tin to
he. lnchU-in.illy, too, tlK sale un.l lstrl- i
biitlon of th';!o Kmi,U union our own '
peoil will j:n a loni; way to settle the '
Tor 12 Gonponi
2 Coujtoni ami 12 ot.
AdrrtiIn( rate can b ha J on ap
plication to th buaincs nmnacr.
Tba Weekly Aatorlan, th second olJ
at weekly tn th that of Ortcon, baa
next to th rortland Oraconian, U-
Vvrteit weekly circulation In th auta.
Jno. F. liandley & Co. are our rortlan.1
aitenta, and conies of the Ator;an can
be bad efry tnornlns at their stand, iZi
A GENCIN'S POi'l'UST.
Senator Tlllman'a remarkaMc cihll'itlon
of the other day In the senate
atlll continuea to be the talk of
the whole country. It is said that 1
In the economy of nature nothing I
whatever la allowed to so to waste, and
it now seems probable that the national
Lnlted States senate ma)-, after all. not;
be without Its compensation. One no-j
tleeeble effevt Is the sudden swukeninej
that has come to many real sensible pe i
pie who, out of prejudice or private bust-1
ne-j misfortune and failure, have devel-;
oped Populistlc inclinations, as to the
class of company they are keeping. The
Impudence, blatant domoROcy and dis
courteous and shameful references of the
So-ith Carolina rufpan to the president.
Secretary Carlisle an I Senator Sherman
have created universal disgust for him
and the party he belonps to all over the
country. As one of the old school party
snys. "Senator Tillman can congratu
late nunseir on one thins at lea-tt, am
that U that he startled and shocked the
senate by bis anarchistic utterances, ana
If he desired odious notoriety he secured
It." It appears from an examination of
the full text of his speech that some ot
his remarks were amasingly coarse, par
ticularly one wherein, referring to the
farmer's u.e of the pitchfork, he said:
'They also use pitchforks to handle man
ure, and possPdy I may get some of that
on the handle of my fork before I gt
through. " This was In line with his re
mark In South Carolina, that when he
reached Washington he would -stick a
pitchfork In Cleveland's fat ribs." The
decent papers of both the Republican and
Democratic parties can perform no better
service for the principles they represe.it
than to print and give the widest circu
lation to the doings and sayings of this
mountebank, for they are well calculated
to shame every decent man from ac
knowledging any affiliation or sympathy
with the party he undoubtedly belongs to
and fittingly represents. i
liver qno;.,m, sln.v tV.e country Is I
n,K likely to be forced to a xih'rr bus!.
through the exhaustion of the cold re- '
tr-e tas hood for and drliK-rately con
trived by the ehstructto-ilsis in the on
ele, so long as our own tinanciil insti
tutions have th will and ability to fur
nifh the gvvtrnment with not merely
M.tv,iV of trol l, but if n.c-
sary. Asain, there is loss danger Hist
the voters or this country will permit j
an- lantnorlni with the e staWlslu.l
btan.larvl and foundation ef our moncUirv
j f.vstem so lotu; n the government is
j debtor to ttu-tn in sown-.! htindml mll
j lions of gocl gold dollars. Secretary
I Carlisle's rxultation over lit unexfsvied
success cf this and it Is to be hoped
his last bond sehime. Is probably only
ojuautu ey tne ci 'jViiii of Sicwtiri el ai
that it ous not a failure: but then these
great atriots van have fie satisfaction
of remln-Iin l.'r. Carlisle tint he and I
the president are furnished with a fis.-i !
ii.. ..,w..i.,. i. ... 1
- ..... .in t . VI ,..,'ir
hindsight over their foresight, for if they
had only known that bonds could be so
easily and cheaply sold In America thty
might have been raved many sleepless
nights rause.l by the spectres of their
whilom friends and pnrinrs. Messrs.
Rothschilds, Morgan & Co.
wr will aoo tcNOFrtEE,
SSt Link Sleeve fcttons ) r 30cC.T
You will fil l e j t)':ii rtl rath t eetur big, and
tsve '4t i int.Jt caih 4 cuk2 ba ot
BCNa COUPONS WITH NAMC H3 AOOStM TO
EUl'IVTU'S EUREA3S TOBACCO CO., DURE IX, H. C.
liny n lu.c of iliis Cclobr.tbtl Smoking Tolvuvo, utul read ilia
coujxMt, tvlucli st cs a list ol otlier prt'iniums unU liow to get llicm.
8 CtNT STAMPS ACCCPTKD.
Not fivm the dusj niy sorrow spring.
Nor .!rw niy ci.nnort frnn tile lower
l.et all the baneful planets shed
Their mingled curse en my head.
How am their euros. If th- eleriml Kin
Look thrvueh the clouds ai.d Idess me
Ith his eyes!
Creatures wnh till boasted say,
Ar' but his rluvf and must oliey;
They wilt h!s nt-dirs from alone.
And eeute his wonl, the vengesn.v or
the l,v Pit. ISAAC WATTS.
Seiwl your aeklreM to II. K. lluckc.11 A
IV . CbKugo, and gw a free nHiipl box
of Pr. king s Now Ufe lMlta. A irla will
envuiee yu f Mi.ir mertta, Tlieaw pills
ara eusy In ctton and are innnculany
effecttve In th cur of (Vnatlpatton and
ftc Hr.nlrt.he. br Maktrak ami Uver
TiwuKm Bx y haw bn prox-ed uwlu
able. 1ey ar guaranrrl to toa iwfect
ly fTfl frvint every tMeterloua eutaawnov
ami eu be purely vewxtwble, Ttwy k not
weakAl by their evMt, tu by giving
ton tu axiSioh and biastns greatly In
xbrarvuinir the avav RrwuVir stse Kc
show Kayal Baking Powder ! J x. tsor i ra kkw. intgwtt.
White evening slltMera are not worn as
much aa pale colored one, save by
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Roys! Baking P
superior to all others.
lia'.lier a smooth scheme to charge an
The treasury department ha jt,.n Is
sued a diagrun covering the trade of this
country with foreign lands from IM
down to, and Including. l.C-V n Is s
Democratic document, pr;pir J by Den.o
cratlc officials. It ehouid be posted on
every gmr.ary doer on the farms of the
country, and in every school district
builJir.g In the Ian I. The diaxram shows
pialuiy tha: thj period when this country
waa enjoying her gp.atwt xolume ot
trade waa under Republication adminis
trations, and notably during the time
that the lleiviuley protective tariiT was
pxori..;i.iu rate for prl-illng was frus
trated In Seattle l'li lty by the appsar
anre ot a dally p'tivr. The city of .Se
at. !e Is to h.ue a new ohvier. and I lie
'nw reoulrs that It shall be published In
I two daily papers for a tve.-l 'd of thirty
. u.t.-. ineie were ouiy inree uauy papers: Chas. Rogers.
In Hie oily, and their bids were ns
I low s (the rosl-Intelllgeneer'a bid being : "
i In .ucordr.noe with Its eontrnct. it Iwlng I
I -he city o!iclal apcr: I'.-I-. .'vi.V; I
Tmu-s. l .'s. :.i. News, JI.Ui. The He-I
lm Mean, a v. e, k!y paper, entervd the
dallv Held when the council refused to
-.w.-.id ike printing to either the Times
er t ie ,.ws. and was given the printing
Ur $si. Another weekly, the Argus,
fade a proposlilkn similar to that of the
Itepu! llcan. but. as Its bid was ft.wO, It
will 1-e published as formerly. The two
defeated papers made application Tor an!
injunction restraining the council from I
erantlrg ihe printing to the Republican,
hut It was denied. .
lKn't Invite dlsapHintment by experi
menting. Ieiend tiiwn On Minute
Cough Cure anil you have Immediate re
lief. It cure croup. The only harmless
remedy that produce Immediate results
on our statue books. It shows three
striking facts. Flr:t. that the volume of
our domestic exports was greatest by
ov.f 1 i,i.('.o .lurln? the two or three
years immediately following the passage
of the JicKlnl.w act; sevond. that the j
volume ' il-ose exports has not only I
rapl.lly diminished tmd?r the present ad
ministration, but tspcially since the
Dcinoertitlc free trade tariff act hec-i no
law; third, that the value of the Imports j
free cf duty was greater during
KAHL'S CfcOVtll KtXJT will purlff
your bluod. elenr ynnr comclexion. rve'1
j ulato your Dowels, and- make your beaV
c.ear as a Den. n cts., 60 cts., and 11.00. i
Sold by J. W. Conn. I
and "VjU; 7 & M Ul .V -J
dose. wv;u.' 13
One cant a
Till: DAMS OI! Till'
COLORADO lltSI KT
111 LOW IIIU 1 1 VI L
Ol' Till! MA
Ontinary, apeclal rata or ty metsr,
Bleam, siwelal rata or by mlr, in
addltUin to ngln.
With one nix teen I It lurli liinnle,
With on-olililh Inch noitle, w
Machine Hhops, Snsh and IbHir Factories
In addlllon to engine and forge,,., I W
t)r by special rale.
Manufaelorle and Shop Not Otherwise
I. Meier for pipes more than on Inch
III diameter will be allowed only by pc
clal agreement with the applicant.
I. Th right la reserved to set nioteia
whenever, and In such place only, a
may lie deemed best, All meter 'mil
be and remain th nnuteriv ..r . ,nv
and may be removed whenever the e,m.
niltte or SUIH'rllltelldelit nmv .l.u'l I.,
1 In the event f a im tne iiin
of order and railing to register, th con
sumer shall be charged at ho avrraa
dally (Hinsiimptlon as shown by III meter
hvii in tinier. ,
, Kor water delivered bv meter, f.,
Use only In rase of rmerceney, lo build
ing. In which th. city water Is not u.ed.
th minimum charge will ha u
payahl in advam-e.
a. With tills exeentlnn. th M,i.,i....
rharge for water delivered by meter shall
( ,w.r rem or ma schedule rat.
1 Meters will be used wlih..., ..-
for the detection and nrvnn,.n
and th excess of th meter above the
schedule rate for any month will be
charged. In addition lo the achrdulo rat
payable In advance fr the ucedtng
T. Th rate for water nuimll.t l.v
meter, except for vlevator. h.ll t
Kor qiiantlllea up lo 10.MO asllons In
any on month at th rate of 60 rent for
ion l.inv gallon.
Kor th quantity so used in anv n.
month eii-enllng lo.(o gallon, an.i
l.i gallons, at Hi rat of rente for
each I. in! gallons
ror th quantlte so ued In anv ,n.
monlh exceeding ,(. aallona an.i nn i
W.OtO gallnna at th rat of at rents for
ach l.OiO gallon.
Kor th quantity so used In anv nna
month exceeding W.ow lalluns, and up to
hm,i gallons, at Ut rat of X cents for
irn i.tsu gallon.
Kor Ih quantity o uae.1 In anv mi.
month exceeding lnl.ixo aallnns an.i
M gallons, at Ihe rat of 1J centa for1
ten i.ito gallon. i
Kor the quantity so .used In anv on. navt Just been erected at India ata
monlh exceeding Suu.Ooo gallons, at lli! ,looi "at will be rented lo appllcatili
rate of in rent for each I.iU) gallons. . reaaonabl tales. TI:oy ar fur
item win tie charged on meters iter nuneu with inodirn oonvaiiieaca iun
A .. . . ... ... .... " ,.M I I.W . . ' '
Dry and Pure Tropical
Pronounm! by VUIvUm tlic
niHcit Favurublu in A morion
for SuflVrors from , . .
Lung Diseases and
Many Remarkable Cures
The iilvjrclloiia unfed agalnat Indlo
in me past by tha large number who
otherwise would hav been glad lo tak
advantage of Its bennflclul vlliuata, has
uen a lack uf suitable accomiiioda
tlon. Tha Soulhern I'aolflo Compaii).
im pienaura in announcing that v
Jul IN T. I.UHITKII,
Ollloe, iipsiulrH. Anluiinn Hlllldlng.
Clormaii I'liyslolan. Kol'BllO,
I'llVsU'lAN AND I'HUKON.
tme uvr Albsrl puiibira l.ir. cor.
Ith and t'o nmreUI. I'rlcesi Call. Ill
c.iiiiliieiiient, Iiihu fi.r4iluii at office
free; medicines (iirnlslxil.
till ICU.IV JANHUN.
I'UVHICIAN AVP hl.MH.IMlN
fimie tivnr filiM-n1 drug "lure. Ilmi'
to U a. m i I lo I and t to I p. m. Hun.
'lava, It) to It,
! O. II f;fTK
IMI V tlt'l V A VP HI (HOW in
SlM.elnl M -eb.p In is tesa iir miwr
n "'id i'ri
Orni-e t.ier Ianlge' wm -t.r
I AT t PTl'M1!. II P.
HVIHfUN. HHIIOlCiiN. ANI1
om.e. II. ...ni I and . i'yihlan
Hull. ling Hour. HI lo II and I In
Iteald-nee. IVdse tei
H. T. CIHtHllV.
ATV 1 1 n k v a t - l a w .
W. M. UTurc. . II. einlih.
t.tKOltCK A KM ITU,
IM ConunerclaJ slresL,
j. q. a. iiowi.nr,
ATTOKNKf AND Col'NHKI.liU
OITIc on Hvnond Mlrl. Alnri r
J. N. Ihdph. Hlchard NUwt
V'tieater V. Dulph.
POU JU NIXtN IH.HJ'11.
AnOH.N'KVS AT IJiW.
I'.irtlaud. Hregon, Jt. 13. :, aiid V,
Haiiillloii Hulldiiig. Ail legal and cub
e . I
x-OnilOrtaDIC LOttaiTCS lw,,h' buslne uroini:iy aitnfided lo.
month from 20 rent lo t! iu.
Omoet, Ihx-tors, Hanks.
Pentlsl oKlees. each..
rubllc Hull.llngs and Hlocks-
Kaeh room without taueet
Kaeh room with faucet....
ubllc Hall and Theaters-
It is nld ca gnMnniee by all drug
gists. It cures Incipient Consumption
aod 1 tba beat Cough erd Croup Cuiea
For BaJ br 3. T. Cnnn.
Price's is known ev ryw here ns
luck baking powder."
MONTIII.V WATER 15 AT ICS.
period covered by the Jlclllnley act than
at any time before or since.
Mmj'le diet Is best, for ninny dishes
bring v any ill --eases, and rich sauce are
even worse than hupl:ig many me.its
ur"u tach other." l'lliiy.
tin el. t wlih Rrgenre tlarnLshlng.
NO MIDDLE GROUXP.
There can be no middle ground between
honest and dishonest money. A dollar
la either a dollar or It Is not a dollar,
and the gr.-ernment that means to make
an honest dollar has no hesitation In
saybr so, not only in Its obligations but
In all Its transactions and all Its utter
ances on tha subject.
. There can be no middle ground between
a dollar Intrinsically worth one hundred
cents and a dollar that is Intrinsically
worth fifty-three cents. The government
may Interpose iu omnipotent power, end
maintain a fifty-three cent dollar by
practically redeeming it In gold, but the
vrMmmi V. - . ., .
uim .hub aegraaes its cur-
When Mr. rilulne was fcr ihe lust time
in New York on his way to Washington,
stopping, as was his habit, at the Klfth
avenue hotel, he asked mi? to walk with
him to his room, frontms on Twenty-t'iird
street, on the parlor floor, and he slowly,
as if it were a task, utilockc.l th? djor.
There wus a spark of autumnal crnt
ness in the air. and he had a fire that i
glittered and threw snadows ; i.uily. J
There was not much to say. Ii was '
plain at last that Mr. Blaine was fadit-.i.-, '
that ho had within a few v.-teks falln; j
very fc.-it. His grrat. bright eyes were !
greater than ever, but not to bright. His j
face w.;a awfully white: not that brainy !
pallor that was familiar something el.-eT '
He s?atct! himself in the ll-ht of the lire I
on an easy chair. There was a knock i
i::.si a la iionne 1-enime.
St. 'Weil Potatoes,
?'r.-;'!.l Vml Cutlets. Tartare Kaiu-e.
Fl.'h Troth. Kish ljuenelles and Oysters.
Falmor.. I'rle.i. Tomato Sauce.
!':) 'led Teiuierloin. with Mushrooms.
Hare, Sniffed and Roasted.
Lettuce gala. I.
Li i ii fori. Wafers.
The water rales will be due and pay
able In advanie at the office nf the city
water works on the first day of each
month (except for elevators or by meters,
which are payable on tha lint day of the
succeeding month), and if not paid within
th- llrst ten dayr the water will be shut
o!T from the premises, as provided In sec
tions 29 and 3ii.
It Is understood thnt none of the fol
lowing rates Include charges for Laths,
water closets, urinals and hose:
No rate less than S3 Ot
Kor each bat nil of flour used per
Each additional chair
First tub. private
Kaeh additional tub
First tub In hotels, boarding and
lodging bous"S, public buildings
i Kaeh additional tub
' Harbor shops and bathing houses,
l each tub 1 M
I fleer Pum
fn wnii purs ariesia-i water, and at
situated aa to gov occupants all Ihi
. advantage to be derived from a mort
or lesa protracted realdiiica In Ihi de
1 co I Ughtful climate.
irrom Hi Ban Francisco Argonaut)
"In tha heart of th great deerl til
the Colorado whlob. Ihe Houlheru I'a
cldo road travorsva there I an osl
called Indlo, which. In our opinion, Ii
lh sanitarium nf iI.m m n h i
11 fiA A 1 no lleve. from tlerannal 1 . . u ......11... i..
Houses and I.unch j for certain Invalids, the- la no spot 01
mi piajiei so ravoranie.
U. T. Hlewart. U. I)., write: "Tt-
puruy or me air. ami the eternal sun
WW to loo
mi against Hie government a Pe
Tt:IIM.i: UUKJK NO. T. A. r. and
A. M. Regular tHimniujilcalMia held
on th first and third Tuesday evening
of each month.
W. 0. MOW KM W M.
E. C. IIOMXCN. He-raiary.
U la II in
UNA!. ItTATIC. NOTAHT I'l'HUO.
W. C, CAtfctlQU,
IT! Tenth atrt.
I Rlaeksmlth Shops
On forge 1 CO
i Kaeh additional forge 3
i I!ookblnderle and Printing Ofllee:
When Daby was sick, we gar her Castoiia.
When she was a Child, she cried for Cattoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Caatoria,
When she bad Cbildrea, she g ave them Castoria,
rency necessarily Impairs its credit with ! at h'3 ',00r' an'' " servant handed him a !
the nations of the world, and paralyzes
business enterprise amongst Its own peo
ple. The greenback Is worth Its face In
every section of the world because It is
redeemable In gold, and the so-calll
silver dollar issued by our mints is ac
cepted in other countries at nearly double
caru, ami ne aul: "So." and we were :
alone. I eould not thir.k of a word (,: !
consolation; and in a moment he ap- j
peared to have forgott'.n me. and sture.i I
In a fixed rapt drcrm at the flickering r
flame I.i ihe grate. :t oecurre 1 to
to ,t up and go away uuletly. as con-
vi-rsniion was Impossible-tor there
Soon a f.-w .leys ut Atlantl" City
e tu-. M-rlb-.! for worn-out d.-liiiTatnei
For each l.CO brick laid, Including
water for lime
Wetting each barrel of lime for
plastering, or any other purpose
Wetting each barrel of cement
Stone work, per perch
Huteher Shops and Fish Markets
A GOOD W'OKD.
Its value, solely because the government! to ml"h to 'ay- Jt C!ime o mc that 1
credit Is pledged lo iu redemption in full.
The American visiting Mexico can buy
fifty cents worth of goods, pay an Ameri
can dollar to the seller and receive a
Mexican dollar In exchange that is in
trinsically worth mors than the Ameri
can coin. It Is simply the credit of the
government that makes the degraded sli
ver dollar In this country pass current
for a value nearly double Its intrinsic
There are whispers of negotiations in
toth th j great parties lo harmonize on
the money question by yielding mu"h to
, V. A I . -
auvoeares or cheap money. Both I
parties arc afraid of the coming presiden- I
Hal election, and the leaders of each are j
trying to harmonize their forces. This i
a simply impossible. The free silverite
believes In nothing but -heap money.
Whatever he may say, he means sliver
monometallism, for the policy of free Ffl-
Ver eolnaivA Ann. .. . . .
nuupiea in tnis country e
would bring us suddenly to Ihe free silver !
sianaara along with the
ougni not to leave him alone. Some
thing In him reminded me if tlic mystleai
phrases of the tr.inscendant poracrojih
of his oration on Garfield, picturing the
death of the second martyred .rldc-nt,
by the ocean, while far off white ships
touched the s.-a and sky, and the frvernl
tace ot tne dying man felt "ihe br.--.th
of the eternal morning."
Some ww-ks earlier Mr. r.lair.e end I
had had a deep talk about men un;
things, and he was v-ry kind, and his
boundless generosity cf nature n-ver re
veaied itself wi!h a greater or sadder,
charm. 1I. now rememlwre.i that eon-
verxatfnn-ua a word disilo-ed -anil said: '
I could have endured all thing if my '
boys had not .lied." The door on-ned i
and his secretary walknl In -and I took''
Mr. Hkine-s hand for the last time, ray- !
Ing. "Gco.1 night," and he a,, Rlth a'
' lUt rn'ani farewell-"Goodiv."
i Mr. .1. J. ICeiL Slmrpsburg, Pa.
Dear Sir- I am glad to say a good
i aruni fur Krnuse's li.-ndache Capsules,
j After sufteririg fur over thrje yenrs
I with n.-tite ri.-uralgla and Its cnnsoutnt
I :i;s.uii ii . cvm. ii srvined to haf.le the
i ".T)i ts of s .m-.- of our bnal phyaldana)
i vou fettirgestiil thW reme.ly which gave
I n:e almost tnst;int relief. Worda fall
j to expr;.is the praise I should like to
I Ishio-.v on Kmuse'a Headache Capsules,
j Gratefnllv Tiours,
Kits. K. It. HOI.MfCfl.
' Montni" rM
Chinese Buildings or Houses
First six persons
Kneh additional person
CM"ese Wash Houses
City Buildings, etc.
.. IIS to 25 00
13 0) lo t Ki
J. W. Pierce, Republic, Iowa, say: "I
have iifed One .Minute Cough Cure In
my famiiv nnd f..r m-jr u .
tne eartn, and in open hostility to the 'n"r'!V fatisfactory that I can hardly I
civilized nation. f words to express tnvseir ns ,n i,.!
Our credit would be lua'lv dea.r, i T, ' nt'vtr fa" ,0 """""""i
our seeH " ? ." that
v ,K n, i)aoK upon !"-".' useu. i.nas. Kcgern.
our maricet In vastly
man we have even looney to pay. and no
honest people on the earth would trust
our government, even on the silver basis
-that Is, taking our securities at two
dollars for one to the purchaser-for the
reason that the nation that once defrauds
Its creditors, or that permits Us people
to defraud Individual creditors, eannot
command the confidence of fair-minded
people In any country or climate. There
can be no middle ground on the mestlon
or money. It must be honest or
uvnesi, ana tne great parties
Peevishness may be considered the can
ker of life, that destroys Its vigor and
Cher-ks lis lmnrovnni.nl' ih,.,
Will, r,rl . ' ,1? . .!
... --'"" a,,.! i;linis end
vltiaten what It cannot consume.J0l,n.
f mrnm b
Children Cry for
The (inlet but beautiful town of Oxford.
In Wo.'i'es Icr count,- fr.c.-- A.ni .. ...
(IIS- I honor Of liavirc nrn.l.11
of the . now prominent in ruilillo vif.i ,m,i.
u.., uiuh in me next contest declare r ,nry M'ss Clara Parton and
either for honest money, or substantially I r?,at0r .w?,rott- whoe mother was a
declare against It. j "a"Ve of that town-
mi niiciiicn m-:rt iw mo! In Ih? com- CflVs 1 r 1 - , i
Ipg electlcn, and it can i e me, i i(U, ,. ; UYAL Baking POWOCr. !
way.' Partlfs mint l for lion, st money Highest Of all 111 leavening !
or against it. and t:,ere nr,. hlInrH,3 u( StreaSih.-V.S. OoversSnt Prprt '
ft V niese tiny Ct jx.nlca urosupcrlor
I ito Balsam of Cupailia,
vJA r"'1'- 'ii t:.-.: '
! "." .VVIKO 1
Six persons or Ics.i
Each additional person
Filling Cisterns (Private!
For each 1.000 gallons, sjieclal rate.
r ire I'rotectlon
Fach, In addition to engine and
forge f 1 CO to 5 Oil
Fa' h $; 00 lo M 00
For irrigation, Including space oc
cupied by building Kaeh lot of
ground (MxlMI feet or lesa) 1 Oil
All persons intending to use hose for
Irrigation during the present year must
make application at this office before
commencing to use the water, whether
they have paid for the use of the hose
during the past year or not.
To persons agreeing to pay fi.r hose
for Irrigation during the months of June,
July, August and September, no charge
will he mane during the remainder of the
j-ersons not so agreeing muat pay
rrom me time ine water Is turned on un
til notice is jjiven at this office that It
will no longer be required, and that the
hone bib has been detached from the pipe,
r or sidewalk- sprinkling
Kaeh 25 feet front or less (Including
washing windows and floors) 2f,
Sidewalk sprinkling must be confined
within the limits of the front of th
premises for which payment has b-cn
made, and not extended to the adjoining
The use of Ihe hose for sprinkling
streets Is forbidden under any circum
Hose Dili will not be allowed on the
premises excepting where hose rates are
Hotels, Boarding and Lodging Houses
In addition to famly rate, each
room , jo
ur ny special rate.
Ice r.Venm and Oyster ffaloon i-
. Vim lo S00
Laboratories, Soda Manufactorl. a. Bot
tling KslnMiKhmcnts, Vinegar Fac
tories and Packing Houses
r::ioh l W lo 10 oo
sonant (Public and Private!
Settling earth, sim-lal rale.
Fj-h room without faucet
Each room with faucet
One horse or cow
Kaeh additional horse or cow
A hove rates apply whether water
taken from stable or elsewhere.
I-lvery and Feed Stables-
Steam Engine and Boilers
Each horse power (ten hours each
day) lo ten hors power
Each, from len lo twenty horse'
Each, from twenty to thirty horse
Each, above thirty horse power...'.
For boilers for heating purposes.
-eunung io sue or building IV to
Slramlionls, Shlpn, Tugs, cic
Drug stores u 0J to
Dry good and other stores
Liquor stores (wholesale).... W IX) to
For famlliea living In th. aama
building , M
1 t Rwiu nnii olon n,mn,r.
for each lop hopper with outlet
or waste pipe two or more Inches
In diameter, and upplh-d with
water direct from faucet, or In
any manner other than ly buckets..
Other than self-closing....'.'.'.."!"!!'
I'ublle. self-closing !."!"""
other than self-closing
Water Closets (Olher Than
First closet, prlvata
Each additional closet .".,
First closet In tnres
Each additional closet..
Flral close! in hotels, hoarding and
lodging houses, saloons, public
buildings and blocks
Each additional closet
One closet for two families
i-.acn auditlonal family Co
Water Closet (Tank Closets)-
rirst closet private po
Each additional closet &
First closet In stores U)
I'.acn additional closet 2&
First closet In hotels, boarding and
lodging house, saloons, mil, Mo
building and blocks
Each additional closet
One closet for two families
For each additional family
Special rate or by meter.
Number of Occupants
In all dwellings, stores, offices and
other places (except hotels and
lodging houses), where the num
ber of occupants exceed six per
son's, the charge for each person
In excess of six will be. In addi
tion to tho above rate lo
For olher uses or business not herein
mentioned, by special rate or by meter.
The right Is reserved by the Water
Commission to amend or add to these
rules and regulations, or to change the
water rates an exnerlsnea mi. v ,.l.nw in
be necessary or expedient.
WHEN IN ltIITI.AM.C, on Jno.
I.' I l.,,.llv I .. I 1 1't....l ... . ....
CMio 6 00 Jhlne. nil one with wonder and delight ih- Daily A.niaii. Vi.nor, ,(
nils ihelr morning paper while tlinc
isatur baa accnmnllshed
; much that there remain bul little fm
j man to do. As to Its possibilities as
( health resort, hem is the most per
feet sunshine, with a temperatur l
I way pleasant, a perfectly dry soil
jo.for rain la an unknown factor: iur
oxygen, done atmuaphore and pun
waier. w nat mure can h. .ll..n
U la th place, above all olher. for
lung troubles, and a paradise for rheu
.......... .oni,irring the number of
aufTerera who have been cured. I havi
no hesitancy In recommensllng this
genial oasis aa the toven of Hi afflict
U 612 miles from
nrnl 130 .nilt'H from
j Fare from Los Anrln
. E V
For further Information Inqulr of
7 "luniern tacino Company agen
E. P. nOGRILH.
A-ast, Oen. Tasa. Agt. 8. P. c0
J. U. KIRK LAND.
,, . Wst. Pass. Agt
nr Klret n1 Alder .. Portland. Or
KKATI.NO CO will open their
Viulo lll' at so Asior ureei,
Ww Hslunlay th p.tli. 1 lie, win
keep tiumtiorlrsa .Kel lliiora
and I'lgais besides ,rliix innd nimlc all th
West -i- Trars CoDtiiiBntai
ROM Oil 10 OCQU
Palacc Dining Room and Sleeping Cars.
Luxurious Dining Cars.
Observation Cufs, allowing llnhrnlrn
Vlt ws jf the Wonderful Mount,
$5.00 and .$10.00
WINES AND HltANMrtt -f-M.ln
fandel wine Instead of ci-ffes ... it
Klftv i-.i is per Knll.ui. INin'l r..rr-,eai-ll
and apricot brumty. Al.i K,. -s
'..gnao and win si iei i)iie.
A. V. ALL12N,
MAI I WIN
Gfovcrlrn, l lcmr, rrcd. I'ttivMoin, f-fuit.
Vrgcub:r, Cfu.krf), tilaaiij
J'UlcJ Watc, Lot-en' Supplies.
I Gi. I J SMirau4M M..n A.fc-i. Or
Snap A Kodak
at any man runiln uu. i.t
our aioi and j.u i gn , 0
mrir.tl of a nun lirii.iii.ii.
o..f ail,, pi. .,, i Inuui,!.
Nil n .piil ) Iu li. ii.p.iH.
hnrv touttri AmriH.111 1
I'LtASt ANV MAN
Corpe and Tiy Them
U'fiMICH M CO.
KM'KNDIi;!) bTMl'A I Ii .
"Io unu o(hr y,iu would t.av
ilher do unto you." I ayni4Hh.tK.Hti)
"wn in the following line, th. ,,r
iiitiipil.iii bving that aiinpa.ny Is t-.r;i
r akin to pain or sorrow:
"i.i.utloii,en; l'le4e send Krane
Headache Cmpsiii m follow: Twu
"xca lo Kl'i-a hny, llavnrln't. N, iak
i'w.i iKixea In I.lllle Wllcoi. HiYMiklitnd.
. Llik i nuvw hlwya t-en a great
iiifferiT fnun bea.lachr and your Cap
ulea aie th cnly tmng Hint relieve
tie. ' Ynura vol truly,
Havana. N. Iwk
For wale by Chsa rtogera, Astoria
'r., ft.. In Agent.
J. B. WYATT,
tlclt Ksit, Tourist o"rs the
. . i ..pinciis in m vory lineal
IllDS FOH HTI1EET CltOHHINQ.
Notice Is hereby given that bl I will be
received by the committee on streets mid
public ways of the common council of
the city of Astoria, at the offbe of the
audilor and police Judge, for repairing
a crossing at tne Intersection of Thirty
first and Franklin avenue. In the city ot
Astoria, a laid out and recorded hv J M
Shlvoly, until Haturday. M:irch 1st. lli.
nt 7 o'clock p. m. of said day, raid bids
to ne in acordance with tha provision nr
ordinance No. 174 of Ihe city of Astoria,
and to be accompanied with a bond sign
ed by two sufficient sureties In the sum
of .VX). Bald crossing to be renalred In
accordance with plan and applications
now on file In the office of the auditor
and police Judge. Wnrrants for the pay-
ment of tho same will bo drawn upon the
read and crossing fund, and will lw n-ii
In c."-h t:pon nresentnllon. !
in" comrrllUo reserves the Hl-i.. in
rej-r t any and all bldii.
lly n-dcr of ihn rnmrrnn cnnnnll .1,..
hfs n.ih ilny of Janunrv. 1V
, If. R. NELSON,
Auditor end Pollea Judge.
Pa red on all
bht on wh e
ROYAL ill mm? UIE
I It in I wore,
Ship Chandlery ,
I'AINTM t.iul OII.H,
Sprcl.l Atlcntlnn P.U lo Hupplymg Ship,.
riiey Lack Life
There are twines .old nsherm.n
on th Columbia rVor tt UnJ ,
die samu reliitlotmhlp to Marshall's
rwlt... wuoden Image docs to tha
'lumaii bclng-thcy laog lreiiuth-llf.
- v..es-a lasting qualities. Don't
fool yourself t ln bBuf ,hftt other
twine be.idc Marshuira will do "Juat
t well.- ry won't. They cannot
Telephone & Bailey GatzerL
China steamets leave Vancouver, B. C.
Emprm of Intlli
i.mpr.'i, or janan
l-.mprrst of l.hlnA
Em.'ren of India
hmprMt of Jsrail
Einpreii ef China
Australian steamer lev Vancouver II c
I6th ol vry monlh.
1r i'i,et ratM and '"formation call
on fir anririre.)
S' M. And.
i. Astur'.-i, Or,
A, t. Cirv n, Trfvl!n l'as. An
I '.:iiui.i, W ihIi.
Rrn.vn, D st 'ass. Act..
V.niroiiver, H. C.
diillv o "."". """"a at 7
, niiin m vi.
, nalley (lui,.rf.
day, WrdiifMiiiv -
Haturday ,; ,, . . .. ,:,x' ' rl""v ""'1
' ni. it:ii. n. n u......
haves Astnrln T...
I liursilliy. p.lilau
iii nr S'ir.
,.-.. iiik ni 7 n
ia ve I'orlliind ,y ,, . .
cptBuniiay. ,, .
North Paeifie Bremery
JOHN KOPP, Prop
Bohemian Lap-ftr Beer
Am) XX p, ,,, , ,
Sunnyslde Baloon or ' l.. r.?n
th OoamonolltMi u.i,w ... at
promptly altsnded to
ii mi, wm