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TIIK DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 14, 180(5.
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rtv.. frum Hfaitln l.il nislil with a
ramu tit riml. ami, ull.r lukliis un a
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'Ih sieaiimr llaiilx.n iiiu.) mi ull.inpl
ttk rr.i.a out ilrr.l.O. till! til .llll V
aa Iihi avr Hln will "nil llila
mui nlli wltti a full t-arii
I'd i Mitntunliit n. u.li- aiimhir nl'-m.
In lam) ati..ltra uu llrii-llun l.luli.l
yeateriUy, Out. oln lo the n vnilljf ul
the wrollnr. aa unatila lu lu ao.
Th elcmr Km(ir rrlvrl diwn tin
rtvr from 1'i.rlUiul yrpity Mho lm
a a k Iini.I r !.. fret of liinitMir for
Han KramiKO Th ilumir will nail tMa
Tlia lrm aihouuer Hlnnal arrlvvtl In
purl frilrnlnf from llrltlah t'oluinlila
and J'ul KiiiihJ porta Hit lirouchi
ovrr titaien I'MiiMMi pawmrr, on ot
whom am lor Ihla port. Th Mlanal
tltuhantml a mail iiuaiillty of frnlu
hrra aial Ml up thr rlvr lata In I ho al
t or noon Tha Cliliwaa for Aatotta will
not b taialnl till Ilia etaamrr arrlvra
Captain Atklnu arrlvact hr today
o laaa olutria of Ilia llrtllah bar a I'aaa
of Kllllwraiikla. now l)ln In th ilrm
with a rario of lunil-r for Auairalla
frum Ih i "hi Taroma mill t'aptaln
Ailama. who rralarna from tha rhargn ol
lh ehip. will coon Irava for hn ol.t homa
In lHuiuhlrr, rwlaml Ma haa bran
followin llw aaa for U yrar ami haa
aalloU hla Uat 'voyaga. ha aaya. Ha haa
twn moairr of th Kllllo. ranklo two
yaara, or aim- h haa twn In romnila-aliMi.-
A Niriln of Ih dark of tha Tacoma
Mill t'onipany. f't, frll in Hatur
day nlht Tha pllln had tn ratn
away ty ti-mlna, wrakiiln( It to thn
ritonl that It waa unal.l lo hrar tti
load of tu-arly . ft of lunihrr whirh
haj hiM-n pllrd up. prarntory to load
Inc II aboard tha tlrrman bark Khora
aan. bio aloiwald Thr atrward of tli
rart had a narrow aiaa with hi llfo
II had Jut aiopiwd from th lumber
lo Hi lal mill on foot ovrr th rail,
whrn Hi atnirlur way Tlia af
clil.nl waa In no aotiao a landalld. "
th dork droio.l alralKht Into the wairr
Th lumlx-r la tx-lna: loaded on th Kho
ra.an. after wlili'h th dumrfK will lie
rrpnlr.it )-mra ara i nltrlained for lh
floot'of the wharf underneath III nhed.
aa i rnrklnaT of pllea and llmbera brtokrna
lit Itiaei-iirlly of that pari - l.lKrr.
In tha Cnlletl Hlalr courl Tueaday
Jn.llio llrlllnarr waa trying Ilia anil ot
Jjrry Hulllvan. Illxllanl. va. th ltualan
hli Krnnla, lo rrouvrr f1 nlli-d to
la dun for aeamen'a keep The Kennla.
Captain jtn. arrived In I'ortland
i-nmlier 7. in UilaUt. to load wheat for
th Cnlted Klnidoin. Iurlnic her t y
hero a liira part of th crew derfd.
nrreaallnllna; trie eiuCKKlnit of new men
Captain ln- Kik Kngllah. but Iwith
hla flral and aeeond oWiera were Hiiaalun
Klnna. and unuble lo ronveraa In any
other lanifunae. Ttila reiiitreil that the
lanfor iwrt of tl oeamnn alilpel "
a I xi Klnna. Aa It happened, Hulllvan
had aa boarder t Ih lime a number
of milora of Ih dealred nntloniillly. and
lo him Captain Un went, requeatlnK
that Jheaa nun be retained for the Ken.
nln 8ulllvim did re.im atit. l
thouitli " h lli'Be. he bud a number
of oiHMH-iiinltle of aliliipltm them on v
tela leavlna ahead of th Kennla. When,
however, th Roanlan hl redy for
aen. Capliiln iJine, throimh )il imetii.
Hllmon Kerr. rofii".-d to Hike Sullivan a
men IIIIInK the rompl-meM Iiiki. nd from
Ihn Martnera' Home nnd men brought
from Hn Kninclano. Hulllvan thereupon
lllndid th ahlp In th aiiin r I'-'H'. th
uni.nint he elalnied due lilm for the men a
board and Indulnif during- the lime he
waa hoMln them under Captain ljine'B
orders Tha rnao l of Inlereat lo fhlp
pliiK men nnd boarding- hounekeeperx
deeldlng mi oft-niooled nueallon. T le
gTiun. T 1 1 !: IIKAI I'ANACKA.
J nines I- Knini-lH. Aldermnn. Chlengo,
aaya- "I regnrd Pr. Klng'a New 1Mb
eovery a nn Ideal Kiina -eii for Coiiglia.
Colda and l.ung ConHilalnta, Imvlng lined
It In my family for th laat live years, to
the ..ulon of phynlelan's preaorlptlons
or other prepuniilone."
Uev John llurgua, Keokuk. Iowa,
writes- "I h"vo ,MVn enlnlator of the
Mothodlst KplKi-opnl rhun-h for Ml years
or more. nnd. have nYr found snythlnff
so lieneilelnl or that gave ms suoh speedy
relief ns Dr. King's New Discovery."
Try tills Idenl Cough Hemedy now. Trial
liotlles free at Chan. Rog-r' Drug Store.
"UOOKIW FORM A UNION.
Will Have Headquarters In New York
City to Bi'tlle Wagers Made
at the Tracks.
An Knatern PPr says that In spite of
severe obstacles the leading bookmakers
on the KiiHlern circuit havo at lust or
ganised and formed a protective union
for themselves and the public Under
the state of affairs Inst your and the
number of lind debts that accumimti'd on
Ihn hooks of the pencilling- fraternity,
sonuilhlng hiut to lie done to place Look
making on n soun and practical linals.
11 you want a sure
liiubj, use an
Bear in Mind-Not one of the hott of counterfeits, and Imita
tions is as good at the genuine-.
for May, 1896.
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I Aa Cie law tillowa the pimalng of
j money, n oetia a loophole for Hie aitinll
'la ltor lo plai Ida mmiey with a ri
IHiiialt.le maii, ri-.-pvlng the reiurri' the
! oil ill hlfcht or tleil day The law aa-
HiH-(itlult Hill b.en f-IMI'.-iMllelll iiltlri I
' Whrl all bualmaa Will II IriltOMi-lid lip
j lil u late hour al hlirllt, ao thai In pi... e
i of .ti Ina on alter a ruee. as In the old
itil, tile iKieker Will have In Walt lllllll
II rea' hea the elly lo eollerl tils wlli-
. minis Ttiis may AfTi.it th r ink ami
nle of two dollar plkera, bill II. I. I.ri.-.l
i urn not wiitilr.l nii.ler enlstlm; i lreum.
; at a urea
The in r.ii-tt- rricltne bus prurlli ulty
wlml out llm piklnk bilaudi', ai.d h. re
l alter II will he a last, uf tlir ur-Ivnl of
j the ntleel. Them In but lull iloul I
I tlutt a iiulvermil wall will go up rtoin
on rod of M.iutiutl.in lslal.d lo the
other, tin loitiiiir lUooklyn and th sur
rounding siitiiirl.s In Jt-rs y Ttu r la a
way out of the illftieiilly, and that Is by
tltn springing up of reliable mmmivslnn.
rrs. who are roni'tent lo du Inislneaa
In the reserved rmtoaura nt tha rae
The ptililli' must bow grare.'ully to th
Inev liable. The day baa gone by, ami,
It la lo lie liowd. for good, when the
unseemly slghle ol a big day In :he liet
ling ring were so familiar. Itoflng haa
dnvrloid Into a buslnrao, aiwl, like any
other bualheMI, must b cairteil on un
tha patent medicines advtrtlsrd In
a apwr, ioaiiier wnn ine rnoirrat
-fumery, and toilet artlrlna eta., ran
bought al th lowest prices at J. W.
nn's drug tiure, opposite Occidental
Hew good are plea If th rruais are
prepared by aid of Trice' HaklnaT
Th wlfa had been delaln'd to keep her
husband there. liryden.
UKSV KOIt KIIIDAT.
Ilratie's her. May Is her.
Th air la frvah and sunny.
And tha miser tires are busy
Hoarding golden honey.
Wheaillet. mouldnl with llananaa. Cream
Krleil K-g I'lant, 1'aralry llutlrr.
llrulleal Hluiil. Tarlalenno I'olaloea.
Crnam of Chicken, Herved In Cups.
IJrilled fetarillnea on Toast.
Ilaked 8Ntnlsh Mackerel, tin llerliea,
Kllet of ie4 a la Ho) sir
Orren I 'ease. r
Roaat Hprlng Duck,
lettuce and Tomato Halad.
Dusy peopl have no time, and aanslhle
people have no Inclination to uae a slow
remedy. On, Minute Cough Cur sots
promptly and ftvaa permanent benefit.
HI1K AITKAKKD IN rt'lll.IC.
"You ay you have never been on the
slag before 7" naked the manager, doubt
fully. "Never," replied the young woman.
"Hut you are not afraid of stne
"Not a hit."
"To on who la unaccustomed lo the
stage there ta a severe strain In a drat
appearance In public, and In these ta
bleaux all depends
"Oh, you needn't worry nboiit me."
hroki) In th young woman. "I have
never been on the stage, but I have lived
In a second flat next to an "1' station
for two years.
ROYAL Baking Powder
haa been awarded highest
honors at every worltfM air
Americana are doing two things now
adays In tlm way of fuel. They nre
prcNHlng sawdust Into bricks, and they
make n linn blase. Hecnnd. they nre
preaalug coal dust Into bricks for tie
sumo purposi'. You can kindle li Pro
Willi refuse anwiluat nnd keep It goliiK
with refuse coal dust. At tho mime
lime millions of logs lire rotting In the
forests too distant from tho market, nnd
the coal area will not be exhausted
this side of the millennium. Queer world,
Tk a dose of DeWltt s Llttl Early
Itlsers just for th good they will dc
you. These llttl Pill ara good for In
digestion, good for headache, good for
liver complaint, good for oonatlpatloa.
They art good. Chas. Roger.
Red haa almost entirely disappeared
from owns for evening wear, but la In
high favor for costume designed for the
street, moat of which show a hint ot
crimson somewhero In the make-up.
Burn ara absolutely painless when De
Wltt's Witch Haael Salve Is promptly
applied. This atatement It true. A per
fect remedy for ikln diseases, chapped
hands and lips, and never falls to our
piles. Chas. Rovers.
The anllor hat has adopted a purple
bund. This color Is undoubtedly to be
very popular this summer.
paint in the back, tide, chest, or
Crop lliilli'lln of Ih (iregon Cllmuie and
Western (iregiin. Wnolher: Mnr or
leaa ruin bus fallen every day during Dm
past week, though It has mil lieell lis
heavy ua In the week preceding Tiiday
rnukea the twentieth cunsrt-uilve day
I hat ruin baa fallen lit rnrilamf Kimn
this la hot to bu conslnn.il that II (ilia
been ciirillnuiiiia ruin. There h'M hieii
sunshine., bill not aa much ua usual, TV
rainfall at I'orlliuid la Ml Hutu n ho vi
lli avrrng for the first II days of May.
January, l-'ebniary ami March were torn.
paruilvely dry, and April hud more than
Ihn averag rainfall, milking a di-tlelnni y
In tha total rainfall frum January I lo
data of nearly 4 Im'hoa. Hlura Heptrm
tier I Inst thrr Is a dendnticy of allghlly
over II Indira, 'line ilelHiency was
causeil prliii'lilly by th dry period ol
th-t tier last. Ile. au of this ilellelency
It Is not lo lie sutituoMl that It will rain
rniiiigh lo make up Ihs dsnderu-y. Kit
the past 11 years the average rainfall
has not occurred except In 1X77. The
duration of the rain lias never been
greater limn II haa for tha past six
weeks, though In former years a greater
amount haa fallen In tha soma time.
Tha current weather Is not so marked
on account of Ha rainfall aa upon Ha
denclMicy of aunahllie and exfesa of
cloud. 'Itie rainfall for the pual week
amounted lo alaiul one Ihi h In the Wil
laitieiie valley, oomewhat more along the
eoaat om) a In iHniglas, Jooefihln and
Juekooii counties. 'Mia temperature for
Ihn week average about 1 degrees higher
during th paat Week than Hi, previous
week. The day tciiiiiertiiure averaged
from U Ui M deg. ami Ih night averaged
i deg. The lllghest during III Wei k
waa Ul dig and I ho lowest Hi g. Huow
fell on lb nioiiiilulua oh Hiiturday imirn
lug, and few frusta occurnl In th
rtouthern counties In the more exiaiaeii
liaalltlea 'I lie llleull leiiiM rat lire liua
averagiMl from & to 1ft deg. IJ-iow li e
averiufo siuie tlie nrst of tile month.
Tile Slllmllllle lias bet-It rnaikeilly lie
tlclelll. Crop -Tho eoutlnued cool, clmiily nnd
wet wt-athrrliaa Iweti d.-lrlinentiil to farm
work ami to the groaifi of vegetation
low lamia are ouk.l with water and very
low land la luiered wllh Water. Tl-c
high luml la too wet lo plow or nil
The result Is all fiirrnlng has la-en rac
llially atisiH-mlrd for tfie itn Ihrie
Weeks, eteept III purilutu Of IHjjkI.S,
JiiM-phliie and J.n kson louiiili-s, win re
tfie rainfall has t,et-ll lea Ulhl the Slll.-
shlue more ttiuii III the coaii cuumi.
or Wlllalnetle Valley; belli iMim spring
f.irm work has been don In IfieK conn
Ilea, but even In these farm work hits
U-en delayed. The to-asos la now so far
ad anted ttlul II la almost too late for
spring ellhg, unleaa It lie oats. The
uilfuvornbl weather has nol bei-n un
harmfiil, ami yet II has not been favor
able lo Hi growth of any vegetation.
All growth la at a standstill. Home
grain on the very low lands haa been In
jured by Ih aster remaining on It,
while many ftrlda show very markedly
the need of sunshine. Tha rain must
necessarily have Injured grain on low
lands, but a yet no damage has bevn
done to grain on other lands The grass
has had but lulls growth for th post In
days, the result la that the rang toon
I not aa good as dealred. Many gar
dens have not aa yet been planted, and
Ihoai that hav be-n show llttl growth;
sll garden truck requires sunshine. Thr
beaver dam land, where tha great onion
Imla are, have loo much water on them,
which haa delayed seeding and planting;
that which waa planted before the rain
began has made fair growth. All kinds
of berries hav made rlli nt growth,
and. wllh sunshine soon, a large crop ol
berriea la assured.
Krult There has been no Improvement
In tha fruit condition. The weather
for the peat week has been a detriment
lo the fruit, l-ata apples sre now com
ing Uilo bloom. While the correspond
ents all have somewhat of a "blue" feel
ing, yet tha condltlona are not anything
of a failure In any crop. The weather
has nut been unfavorable, some Injury
has l-en done, hut It will require fully
two weeks yel before damage, if any,
can be) determined. A failure of rroia
la almost unknown In Oregon, nnd II Is
a mol rar occurrence Unit the weather
la Injiirloiie lo cmpa of any kind, ao that
while Uila unprecedented cloudy and
rainy weather protlucea a deprea-don In
feclttu: and relurda development and
gniwth of vegetation. It should not tie
consul. -red thi rropa have been ruined
or even damaged lo a material exten-.
The iech crop Is an exception It haa
been materially Injuredprune and
other fruit have been Injured, but to
what extent tlm alone will tell.
III.IND BI-OCOH ITEMS.
Rain, rain, ruin!
Mr. Oerttula spent laat week In As
toria. Mr. Charlra Hnglund'a little boy Hnr
old met wllh a painful accident last
Hiitordity. scalding hla hand and arm
School la In aesslon now, witn thlriy
four pupils In attendance. The children
seem lo lie much Interested In their
work and doing well.
"More grnln, more grass," so ihe old
saw says, hence the prospect for a large
crop ot hay thla year Is of the best.
The fishermen In this vicinity are dally
expecting a settlement of the vexing
question between cannerymen and fish
ermen of price lo lie paid for fish litis
Among the number of flln1 Hloughltct
who visited the city of Astoria during
the past week were Mrs. llorKlund. Mrs.
Plxon. M. Dixon, Mrs. Pearson ami Mr.
Rev. Mr. Swain, of Knappa, held
church services nl the school houw Hun
day, May lOlh. There will be Sunday
school every Sunday, nnd Mr. Swain will
preach lure iwuln in four weeks.
Arthur lllllatrom has been on Ihe sick
list for several weeks. It Is hope. I thai
he Is now- on the fair road to recovery,
and will soon be utile to resume his work
In tho 1'onIiiI lelciiraph otllco nt Clifton.
I'rof. II. H. Lyman, the county school
superintendent, held a very Interesting
cduciillonul meeting nl the school house
Thursday afternoon. May Tlh, which was
preceded by a short literary proKtMiiitiie
liy the Hchool children. Despite the In
clement weather there were a isrent
many of the patrons and friends of Hie
I'rof. I.yninn spoke at length upon the
liberality of Ihe statu of Oregon In fur
nlahlng schools and colleges whereby her
youth may acquire a thorough education,
urging the young- to Inko advantage ot
the same nnd tit themselves for the vari
ous positions open to those who have
made themselves proficient nnd compe
tent. Prof. Lyman also dwelt upon tho
thought that In thin age of progress the
necessity of higher education become
more and more apparent, not only for
the boys to meet sharp the comiwtltlon
which they will encounter In nil lines ot
work, but, since woman has taken her
place among the wage earners of the
world, the girls, too, must receive t hla
education, nnd If they do not enter the
ranks of the self-supporting thry will
certnlnly be better prepared to take care
of tha homes and become Ideal "home-
CURED AS IF BY MAGIC.
Victual of Lost Manhood should send at
once for a book
that explains how
full manly vlitor
Is easily, qnlckly
rcstorod. No man
n fferlng from
weakness can af
ltork tella bovr
'full fltruuuth. div
wlonroent and tone are Imparted lo every
portion of the body. Sent with positivo
proofs (scaled ) frtt to any ma n on n ppilcailou.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, N.Y.
Cwttorl U Dr. Samuel Pltcber'i prescription for Intent
nd Children. It contalna neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Nitrcotlo aubgUnce. It U a lumnleM lubititut)
for Paregoric, Dropi, Soothing- Syrup., and Castor Oil
It it Pleasant. IU fuarantee la thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castorta destroys "Worms and allays
fererisbnesa. Caatotia prevent Tomltlna; Soar Card
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria as1mllatea the food, regulates the atomach
and bowels, riving- healthy and natural sleep. Cas
torla la the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
Castoria b as rxorlleat medldn fbrrhil.
drrn Mothm bsve repesledly told bko it
pod effect spoo their child res."
tin. O. C Osoooo.
"Castoria lath brat remedy for children of
Which I ara acquainted. I hope the day La not
far dlatanl when mother will consider Ihe
real Interest of their children, and use CaeUiri
Instead of the varksss quack ooet rural which
are deal raring their loved ones, by forcing
opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other
hurtful sgeat down their throats, thereby
tending Uicas to premature graves."
Da. J. P. Kixchslos,
Th Centaur Company, 77
makers - The following la the pro
gramme: (long "Welcome" 8t hool
Mediation "He True Boys
I.uther Cogawell. Kdwln Hllistrom,
John Oerttula, Victor Haglund.
Itecllallon "The Naughty Lamb"...
Itecllallon "Oh, Sixty Years Ago to
a Day" Cecilia Tskola
alary Kmpo, John Oerttula, Victor
Haglund, Mary 1'eterson, Thea
Anderson, Kdwln Htllslrom, Ce
Bolo "Two Llltle I'laymsles"
Concert recitation " Aspirations of
Address Prof. H. H. I.ymna
Bong-"Ve r th School" School
Children Cry for
ENGLISH CAPITAL FOR AMERICAN
Imxonant to AmerV-an seeking Brig
Hah fa ratal for new enterprnw A Uax
cvntalnlng the Dames and addrsaaa-a ot
JU sucre-Mfia promoter who rv ptneed
owr (100.irxi.OM Btcrting In Foreign In
veanmema alitiln uie laat six years, and
over fll.lWO.OuO for lite seven moatr? of
IkSf.. Iw, f5. or t5, payshle by postal
onter to the London and Universal Bu
reau of Investors. ID. Cneap.tde, London.
K. C. Sutiacritier) wil be entitled, by ar
rangement with the director to receive
nlttvrr persoiut or leatciM of introductotn
to any of them su. -crowaful promoters.
This lies, is fltnt claas in every respect,!
and every man or firm whose name ap-i
pearw therein may be depended upon.'
Kur DkttcUig the followtna; it will be1
found InvsJuauie Donda or Shares of In-1
duanrial. Commercial and Flnancl; con
cerns, Moneruf loan. Sale of Launla,
faxents or Mines. .
SIR EDWARD C. ROSS.
HON. WALTER C. PKPY8.
CAIT. ARTHUR STIFF" E.
AN ENIGMATICAL MILL OF FARE.
For a dinner, served on the Pining cars
of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. l'aul
Hallway, will be sent to any addrva on
receipt of a two-cent postage stamp, j
Apply to Geo. II. Heafford. General Pas
senger Agent, Old Colony Building, Chi
For Supreme Judge.
It. 8. BEAN.
For Representative In Congress Second
W. R. ELLIS.
For District Attorney,
T. J. CLKKTON.
WM. F. McC.RKCOR.
FRANK U I'ARKER
JAMES W. HARB. .
For County Clerk.
F. I. DUNBAR.
For Count v Recorder.
C. 8. GUNDERSON.
For County Commissioner.
For County Treasurer.
B. U WARD.
For Superintendent of County Schools.
J. O. SC11MID.
For County Assessor.
C, W. CARNAHAN.
For County Coroner.
For County Surveyor.
N. D. RAYMOND.
For Juitlce of the Teaca.
Tha Bop Lea Clothing Faotory and
merchant tailors, at iS Bond street,
make underclothing to order. Suit
and trousers mad to fit perfectly.
Every order punctually on time and
satisfaction guaranteed, Good goods
sold cheap. Call and be convinced.
"CaatotlsUaoweU adapted tochtldrrs that
I rrcoramrsd It aa iuprrlor to any preacrlptkai
kaowa to rae."
H. A. Ascnsn, M. D,
III 80. Oxford St., Brooklyn, K. V.
M Oar physiclaa la th cbUdren' depart
ment have spoken highly of their ex perl
race la their outside practice with Ostoria,
tad although w only haee amoeg oar
medical supplies what i known as regular
products, yet we sre free to confess that th
merits of Caatoris ha woo a to look with
favor upon it."
L'xmm liowrTAj, ajcd DiarxxxAxv,
Atua C Bam, Asx.
Murray Straat, Naw York CKy.
ROSS HIGGINS & CO
Grocers, : and : Butchers
Astoria aad Upper AeUrta
Roe Test and Cat ees. Table Dlkce. Dontsth
. ess T rostral Fralta. Vegeubl. Sogar
Car4 Naaa. eWos. Ek.
Choke Fresh and - Salt Meats.
Iron A Soel,
Grocerien & Provisions,
Flour tt Mill Fed,
Taint-s, Oils, Varnishes,
Dtxirs &. Windows,
Wagons & Vehicles.
A. V. ALLEN,
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies.
Cor. Tenth and Commercial atreeta.
Telephone & Bailey Gatzert.
"Telephone" leaves Astoria at J p. m.
daily (except Sunday).
Leaves Portland at 7 a. m. dally., ex
"Bailey Gatsert" leave Astoria Tues
day, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and
Saturday morning at :S a. m.; Sunday
evening at 7 p. m.
Leave Portland dally at I p. m.. ex
cept Sunday. On Saturday at 11 p. m.
WALLACE MAUZERY, Agent
Be su re
be very sure
that when you ask for a
ticket via the Burlington
you get a ticket via the
No matter what your ob
jective point Is. you can
reach it vi.- our line
EASILY. QUICKLY. COM
Two routes to the east
and south via Billings,
Mont., and via St. Faul.
To Omaha. Kansas City,
and St. Louis, the route
via Pllllnits, being over
200 miles shorter and many
hours faster than any oth
er. Is preferable. To Chi
cago and points beyond
take the Uurllngton from
Billings or St. Paul as you
Ticket via the Burling
ton and time-tables of the
Burlington on application
to the nearest ticket agent.
A. C. SHELDON, G.A.
THE ABOVE PICTURE DOES NOT
A passenger train on the Chicago, Mil
waukee and St Paul Railway. No. Its
tarlna are vestlbuled, heater by steam,
and lighted by electricity. Each sleep
car berth has an el ec trio reading lamp.
Its dining cars are the beat In the world,
and its coaches are palaces on wheels.
This great railway, connecting aa II
does with all transcontinental lines at St
Paul and Omaha, assure to the tarvellng
public, the best service known. Ticket
via the Chicago, Milwaukee and SL Paul
Railway are on sale at all railroad ticket
offices to any point In the United State
or Canada. For maps, folders and other
C. J. EDDY, Genera) Agent
J. W. CASEY, Portland. Or
Trav. Piss and Tkt. Agent
JOHN T. LIGHTER,
Office, upstair, Astorian Building.
OK. EILIV JAN HON,
PHYSICIAN' AND HJROEON.
-.en. .a nv.f (imm n m Arum all r flnura. Il
to 12 a. m.: I to i and 1 to I p. m. Bun
lay. 10 to 11. ,
OR 0. B. EST EH.
PHYSIC! aN AND 3URUEON.
rtperlai attention to disease ot worn
en and eargerv.
Office ovr tmnslger- store. Astoria
Telephone r U
JAT TUTTLR U. D.
PHYSICIAN. EURO EON, AMD
Office, Room I aad I, Pythias
Building. Hours, II to II and 1
I. Bean den o. ttt. Cedar street.
U. T. CKO0BT.
W. U. Lahore. . & fcaaia
La FORCE SMITH,
m Commarciaa ttreet
J. Q. A. BOWUBY,
ATTORN f AMD COUNSXLOB
Offioe so Beound Htrset. Astoria. Oa.
J. N. Dolph. Richard Nlxoa
Chesiter V. Dolpo.
DOLPH. NIXON V DOLPH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Portland, Oregon, 24. 26, 2a, and 27,
Hamilton (Building. All legal and 00.
leclioa business promptly attended La
Claims axainst the government a spe
cialty. SOCIETY MEETINGS.
TEMPLE LODGE NO. 7. A. T. and
A. M. Hegular cummunlcatlona held
on th first and third Tuesday evening
t each month.
O. W. LOUN8BERRT, W. M.
E. C. HOLDEN, Saaswtary.
W. C. CASS ELL,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE;
171 Bond street
WHEN IN PORTLAND CaO ea Js
F. Handley Co.. 124 Third street, and r
th Daily Astorian. Visitor need u
miss tbetr morning paper while thai.
j.A FAST A BEND,
Q EN ERA L CONTRACTOR.
HOUSE, BRIDGE fllD (OhW BUILDER
aTeTr Hoeus Mevlag Teeia fee Brat.
After (Deals I
Or at any other time
when yon wish a good
cigar fAk (or the well
hand-made, white labor
"La Belle Astoria "
Conceded by all imokera
to be the best cigar
W. F. SCH1EBE,
71 fJinti? Street,
BREMNER & HOLMES.
Bpectal attention paid to steamboat re
pairing, flrst-claas horseshoeing, eto
LOGGING Cm dORK fl SPECIALTY
127 Olney street, between Third and
and Fourth. Astoria, Or.
Wall Paper, Art! its' Materials. Palais.
Oil. Glass, etc. Japanta MaMag.
Rug sad Bamboo Good
365 Commercial Street.
flSTOHlfl PUBliIC IiIBHflHV
RKADINO ROOM FREE TO ALL.
Open every day from I o'clock to iJI
and JO to IJO p. nt
Subscription rate J per annum.
8.W. COR. ELEVENTH DUANE 8T8.
J. B. WYATT,
Phone No. 68 Astoria, Oregon
PAINXS and OILS.
ZSpecial Attention Paid to Supplying Skips.
Few Hen Would Ask
for a Finer Dinner
than those we serve. We're trying la
(very way to make them the moat en
Joyabl In town. All the "good thlnga"
of the season cooked by our excellent
000k In the most delicious style. Per
If you Invite a friend to the Palace
Restaurant the place Is a sufficient guar
antee that he will receive a good meal.
The Palace Restaurant
THE BOARD OF TRADE
PETER DOURELL, Prop.
ONLY THE FINEST LIQUORS.
Car. Tenth aad Bond Streets.
They Lack Life
There are twine sold to flahermea
on the Columbia river that stand la
the nam relationship to Marshall'
Twine as a wooden image doe to th
human belnr they lack strength Uf
evenness and lasting qualities. Don't
fool yourself into the belief that other
twine beside Mare-hail's will do "just
as well." They won't They cannot
The Oasis of thp
BELOW- IHE LEVEL
OP THE SEA " i
Dry and Pure Tropical
Pronounced by Physicians the
most Favorable in America
for Sufferers from ...
Lung Diseases and
Many Remarkable Cures
The objections urged against Indio la
the past by the large numbers who
otherwise would nave been glad to take
advantage ot Its beneficial climate, baa
ba a lack ot suitable accommodation.
The Southern Pacific Compacy take)
pleasure in announcing that several
have lust been erected at Indio station,
that will be rented to applicants at rea
sooaUa rate. Tby are furnished with
modern eonvenlenc, supplied with pur
artaanan water, and ao si lusted as to give
occupants all th advantage to be !
rived from a more or less protracted
realdeooe la this delightful climate.
(From th San rranclsco Argonaut.)
"In th heart f th great desert of th
Colorado which th Southern Paclfl
trav there I an oasis called India,
which. In our opinion, I th sanitarium
of th earth. We believe, from personal
Invastlgatloo, that for errtaln individual,
there 1 no spot oa this planet so favor
able.' O. T. Stewart, U. D., writ: The
purity of th air, aad th eternal sua
shin, fill on with wood nd delight
. . . Nature has accomplished se
much that there remain but little for
man to da As to It possibilities as a
health retort her I th moat perfect
sunshine, with a temperature always
pleasant, a perfectly dry nil, for rain I
an unknown factor: pur oxygen, dens
atmosphere and pure water. What more
can be desired T It la the place, above
all others, for lung troubles, and a para
dise for rheumatic. Considering the
number of sufferers who hav been
cured. I hav no hesitancy la recom
mending this genial oasis as th bamt
ot th afflicted."
Is 612 miles from
and 130 miles from
Fare from Los Angeles.
For further Information Inquire ot
any Southern Padflo Company agent,
K. P. ROGERS,
Aast Oea. Pass. Agt & P. Co.
J. & KIRKUAND.
Dist. Pas. Act
Cor. firs nd Aider Sta, Portland. Or.
Are Yon Going East?
Be are and aee that your ticket
Tola la th
GREAT SHORT LINE
And all Points East and
Their MarnlBoent Track, Peerless Vea-
ubulea inning ana pieeptus; vw
Train and Motto:
"ALWAYS ON TIME "
Have given this road a national reputa
tion. All classes of passengers carried
nn the vestlbuled trains without extra
charge. Ship your freight and travel
over una famous una. au ageuis nave
W. H. in&AD, P. C. BAVaQE,
Oen. Agent Tray. F. and P. Act
14a Washington t, Portland. Or.
Riff 49 fa ft sVrB-aVriaViTwwMi
iwmedy fur GoDurrhcn,
WhitM. n An tar I du
I charge, or ur in tttvm mar-
lion, irnu.(iua or ulcera
tion of id noom mem
IrHEEvusCMEMWiiCo. bnom. oD-wtr.nceut.
L ClNCmtun.0 Tl rfCTlto,
or ni in pimm wrapper."
bf xprwM. prftpaid, fur
J Otasvrmauwtl H
aa mi 11 MMiuri.