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THE DAILY AST0R1AN, TUESDAY MOU.N1NU, SEPTEMBER 529, 18JMJ.
It ,W,' JZluL', .'. ,i T'ii I '
AWtfctitilc Prcp.ir.itioirof An
slmllatlnf ihcrood fliulHcfluli
lliig tlx Sunuu aim! How-la of
Oj)iuin.Mtirj)tilnt twr Miiicxal.
Not Nahc otic.
4 Imt i.t hit
AKTfrfl lltnirtly forCoMlIp
lion. Sour Sloiiwuh.Didii tKK-a
Woriiw .CoimiLsioits ,1 Vvcrish
lm and LOSS or SLEEP.
1 ac Swale Signature of
II. A. SMITH.
Rooms I and 1. Pythian Ilulldlng.
overr C. If. Cooper alor.
bit li, II. KBTKH,
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON.
Special attantlun to dtnaaia of women
OOto over IMnilger'B ator. Astoria.
TalrfifoMM No. U.
-JAY TVTTL'S, M. D..
PHYSICIAN, Bt'ROKON AND
Office, rooma r ami a, Pythian Bulldlnf.
Hour, 10 lo tl and I la I llealdanoa,
aa Cedar airL
JOHN T LIGHTER.
Ottlro, upalalr, Aalortan Ilulldlng.
II. T. CHOSUY,
aU Commercial lreat
t Q A. HOWLIIY.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
OfTtc on llond alreet Aatorla. Or.
J. N. IH)lh. lllt'liard Nlioo.
Cheater V. Dolph.
IHiM'll. NIXON DOLPH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Purtlamt, Oregon, W. 8. K and tl,
Hamilton nulldlng. All legal and col
lorllon hiialn-aa promptly attended to.
Claim against tha government a !
TEMPLE LODOK NO. T, A. T. and
A. M Regular communication held on
tha Drat and third Tuaadajr avanlnf ol
(1. W. IXJIINSIIKIIRY, W. If.
E. C. HoLPKN, Boeratary.
W. C. CAH8KI.L,
PKALEII IN HEAL EHTATB.
611 nnitd Streot.
l, nKELL.IJlL.1 I muUrriirl
yl'w'f lil.xoli t'iMSON pvmianrailr
! 111 ril In 16 toil4 i1T . Vnu call Im Irfali-.t l
Ihniii.i (.raama nuimniiraiiimBiinrii
I it. ifii'UVi'lrriuiX'malnirowawmcuii.
irn.'l U' l') nillnwl ' aifniwl Imlal t.llt.niul
. ......n. if v.. 11 havnuikon lntr
in rv.. M.!. potioli. awl ill! lm' "'.Ij" ami
V'm '. .aVait.liMliiiiHiiuh.Horylhriiau
I'l.ui.tr.. '.iip-r i'..nrrl Kla. I Irera on
Jut. II la li Ni'i-miil'iry Hl. ',1s N
uato raara i.a rl..llliia- world f"r
iJ.wr.tt.iiiotcnri. l'hia .ll-o h.ia a ar
J B WYATT,
I'hona No. 611
Hard wo re,
HA I NTS and OILS.
Spaclal Attantloa Paid to Supplying Shlpa.
THE ABOVE PICTURE DOES NOT
A paaaangar train on tha Chlcajto, Mil
waukeo and St. Paul Railway. No. Ita
tarlna ara veatlhuled, heator by ateam,
and lltrhted by electricity. Eaoh aleep
car berth haa an elootrlo reading lamp.
Ita dlnlnaj cam ara tha beat In tha arnrld,
and Ita ooaohea are palaoea on whaela,
Thla great railway, oonneotlnaT a.a It
j .11 ran.nnnllnentaJ Unea at fit
Paul and Omaha, aaaurea to tha tarvellng
publlo the beat aervioa Known, iioama
via the Chicago, Milwaukee and St Paul
..-11 .. all railroad ticket
otncee to any point In the United Statea
or Canada. For mapa, loiuora aim iu.r
C. J. BUDY, General Airent,
. W. CASEY, Portland. Or.
Trav. Pau and Tkt. Agent,
IS ON THE
OuUrU li pi tp la eae-ali botlU tely, It
it sot toll la balk. Dos'l allow titjoa to wll
jo tajrUilaf all a tie ale or cranlae that It
la "Jail aa (tool" tad "arlll aaiwar every pr
pet." - 6. that yoa (at O-A R-T-0 H A.
Iron & Stol,
Orocffiert it T'njvisionH,
Flour A Mill Feed,
Paintu, Oils, VariuRhea,
Doorrt it Windows,
Wapt'iiB & Yehicltw.
A. V. ALLEN,
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provision, Frultj
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies.
Cor, Tenth and Co mm era) ej atreeta.
GEO. NICOLL, Assistant.
ropp's Hew Brewery
- . . . .muni., am
nr inmniiBiinQann itv iimnllMAia wrlla to
MUNN CO., aai Hmuiiw4T. Naw Yoat
Ol.io.i Imn-au for n-uriiut wunM in Amrrira.
Kvorr nnlrnl lak.n out lijf u. I. lirmucht lirfura
Liiti iuIiUu u auotioaglrrn traeoXouaJYOlu ibe
lann-.l rtrralatlnn of anr i lnun parr In the
Wiirlj. .rli.ll,llr lll.i.trnls.l, N iil,.im'ii(
man IhiiM la, without IL Wwklr, jm,4
Jraari IIAIall mnnllia. AiMmt, MUNN . IAX.
Vuammaa, abl UnaulKay. .Suw Vurk Ci-.r.
.SHAP A KODAK.
at any man coming out ol
our atore and you'll kI a
iwrtrnlt ol a dihu hrlminlug
ever Willi ptcaaHiit thoughta.
Hucli qiimlly In Him lliiiora
we hiivc to offer am itioukIi to
ploaae any man.
COMK AND THY THEM
HUGHES & CO.
ROSS HIGGINS & CO
Grocers, : and : Butchers
' Aalorla and Upper Aatorla
Flea Taaa and Cog eta, Tabla Dalkadaa. Domtitlc
and Tropical Frulta. Vtf.ublei, Sugar
Cur.d Hana, Bacon, Etc.
Choke Fresh and Salt Meats.
Beaver Hill -Gilman
For Family or
Reasonable In Price
ELMORE. SAPiBORN & CO.
Ag enta, Aatorla.
1 Eolentlflo America
TIDE TABLE FOR SEPT, 1896.
iiiiim A im.
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d in ri ;h. in rt
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I 1 1 ,1 llt I I
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7 m 1 lis. j 1 1 0 (.'il I 0 uni.a
a III !,.! I 7 .'.'l 7 1
U.'I7 i,.i , Vim,; 7 1
I ft. lln
II l', 11.6 '
Krldiiy., I il
til ni. a 11. in Jtx Vd. -IM, Iwliiw itii
11111111111 i.l Mmin- Ai, j,-l (Jr. 7, Now
Mim.ii. I.l, Hi. I nr.
il, Cull Mia,n,
Movamanla of Vaaaala Nt Home i
The (li-rmnn alilp llinrlilla Iff g up
rlvir yi-ali-rilny. I
The Imrge A Una
una r!turni'il lo
Tha Arcuu will h-ttvo thla mtrnlnK
fur Kan Kram lato and ronat pnlnta.
The atinini-r lllnmharil arrived In
yi-alt-nlny from Hun Kramlacu and
The llltln ati-ainrr Toimuln arrlveil
In yent'-nlay frum the Hlllti Klver,
llh a cargo uf aulmun.
The atimmiT Hlgiml arrived In and
will leave for I'ortluni), wln-rc ah will
tnke on the Imlani of the nrl-tilul
freight left l.y the llup. li.
NOTCH To MAItlNKItfl.
WllUmi'tte ItlviT, Cliniinel to Portland,
Or. HI. John I'oal IJilil, i'oaltlon
Notice la hereby given Mint on Hi p-
IcmlM-r ith. the Hi. John I'oat Llshl
Hill be moved lo I ho "o. Hmlih dock." '
Ht. John, Oregon, about rme-elfc-hih of 11
mile In a weaterly direction fiuni Ita
prea.-nt poallloii. On and aft"r Hepteni
ln r I'ntli. the pri-ei-nt light will be ill
coiilintii d and In Ita atead a 11x1 while
lltinl will lie ihown from a lunt:rn
nuNpemli'd from an ann "11 the lower
(weal) aide of the Hmlth Ixn-k.
Thla notice nnVcta the Mat of IJxlita ,
and Kik Hlgnala. Pailllc roaat, Ih'ji, 1
1'iiKe 24, No. I0S5; alao the I.lat of Ilea
Bona and lluoya. Pacific Cuaat, Mi,
Ily order of the Llghlhouae Hoard.
JNO. P. MEKUKLL,
I.leut. Commander U. H. Navy,
InapecUir Uth U II. Dlatrlct.
Office of the V. 8. l,lghthoue Inapcct
or. Portland. Oregon, Bept. 26th. 1KKC.
jMacaulay, written on the future of the
r!son Ivy, Inaect bltea, brulaea, American commonwealth, and publlah
acalda, bum are quickly cured by De-' In 0e year 18M. la certainly one of
Wltfa Witch Haiel Balve, the great
pile cure. Cha. Roger. drugglaL
McKINLEY HAT TRAVKL9 FAST.
Expreaa Meaaengerw Attach Bound
Kiprea meaaenger sre aou.ld money
men without doubt. Through the me
dium of a McKlnley hat they proclaim 1
their llctclam-e. That hat arrived here j
yeotenlay evening and leave thla !
morning nn It evangellatlc tour of 164.- 1
000 mile, travelling at the rate uf 11.- !
WO nillea a month. Il prefers the front .
end of the train lo Ihc rear platform. .
and declines to stay anywhere longer ;
than I ncoeamry to n-c-elve an exprea-I
alon of iiionelary acntlment or a politi
cal prediction from "the boys."' the
unanimity of which la gratifying In the
A few week ago the bat a plain,
heavy felt sombrero left Atlantic City,
N. J., on II political Journey, and al
ready It hiia traveled about 10.000 mile,
beating Hryan by many lengtha. From
Atlantic' City II went to Chicago over
the Krlo lines
tnence to weirou o er
the Iike Shore, through Canada to
Winnipeg over the Canadian Paclllc
railroad, to Ht. Paul via the 800 line.
The t'nlled HtatcH Express Company
atnrttM It and routed It through. Yes
terday the Western Exprens Company
received It here, and this morning will
deliver It to the Northern Pncltlc Ex
press Company for Portland. Or. From
Portland the route will be to Hun Fran
cisco over the Southern Paclllc, return-
w M-A, Ih,. Ponlrnl l'lti'ltlc. to Ot-iln 1
and the Snnta Fe to Chicago; thence to
New Orleans via the Illinois Central;
up the unit water route to Haltlmore,
to Cine Immtl via the Haltlmore .4 Ohio,
lo New York via the Hlg Four, then
via the Southern lo Texan, Arlxona
and New Mexico, returning over the
lirand Southern via New Orleans unci
the Uulf riMiil. attain on the Southern
to Ohio jKilnts and back to New Jersey,
whore It belongs. The express people
will try to complete Its circuit shortly
after the new president has taken hla
sent In the White House.
It will be observed that the route Is
xlg-xng from the beginning, but It Is
arranged that the Imt will cover the
most territory In a given time. In
fact, before the tour Is completed the
lint will have visited every Important
point In America and 'most Canadian
centers. The Idea of expressing old
shueH and huts all over the country
Is an old one, peculiarly pleasing to ex
press men as Illustrative of the un
bounded capabilities of their concerns
In overcoming distances and estab
lishing time records. Hut the cam
paign hat Is the most Interesting of all
their rapid tourists, for the tags It re
ceives everywhere Indicate the political
sentiment of the country pretty well.
Already the McKlnley hat Is smoth
ered with tugs, and an outsider on see
ing It wonders how the bandbox holds
them all. Some toga are pasted on the
hat. but most are attached by wires or
ENDORSEMENTS OF McKINLEY.
For Instance, a Wllkeebarre, Pa.,
agent writes: "Keep me going till Mc
Klnley Is elected." HarrUburg echoes
back: "No sliver In ours. Give us
;' It you wiuii a Mire icei j
l.niD.s, u:.e an
Bkar in Mind Not one of
tion la as good as the genuine.
aviiiwttilnK taiigllile. filva ua ap hull
Maa." fillir eiiiwa follow:
ll',a'llMK--"N free allvi-r for ua. Mc-Kinli-y
New York "I'm tlrMl of dut Tiiim
imtti y iiij'J I don't I'-t no fn-i- allv, r vx-pri-aa
MKi nt tug trie any mor."
A tin 11 1 lo City, Nnw Jcrw-y "I have
lii-i-n o tin. A I Inn llr, hi, l niU-J with
oxoiiu ami am now ri'U'ly to buck tin
Tammany tlgr cm llm nil vc r iiuvailon
1 in I nit."
Mlnniiiioll-"Juat wlilap'r If you get
a I'liarirc tu McKlnlcy, ili-ur. and aay,
'I am for aouml mom-y and protec
Wlnnlppa: "We I won n 1 allvcrr. You
hud buiii-r vole for Mac."
I'hlluitirlplila "I am a boltrr from
Hie ixipullala. No fr- allvr for me.
Hi-nil inn Knal."
ClilcaK' "Klrat. Iiuit and forever
Toronti "Thla la a ound money hat.
I'uah II along "
IelPilt "If I don't get protection
thla time I'm a goner."
llufTaltt "Whoop'er up for McKlnley.
Don't put me off here."
Haull Hln Marie
"III! He! III! He!
You are the tuff
Home liiaciiptlona. Inatead of eapou
Ing Hie 1 hum- of aound money by an
"""" mli'raement of Mi Klnley, throw
,lur fr'- ''". notable exam-
pie In-line furnlalied by ICh healer, N.
Y.: "Any old thing at 1C to I," C'hl
ciiko B'IiIm: "Kend 11m down to free ail
ver III ) an. He'll need me plowing corn
j lieorge H. Wlllliun of Ht. Paul re-
lli-vea tin- monotony of reiculatlon tax a
and proae parugraph by attaching the
following poem written on a anuare
pw-e of inatleHrd lo the Inalde of the
hat with a wire and aval:
"All thla talk about our money.
Home people think It'a funny.
Hut aound inoiii-y and protection I
Now llateii all to me, free allvtrllcB,
And I'll offer a lugKcatlon.
You're working all today
For that dollar. h,u can aay
Thnt ha HWc behinl It,
Hut If Kryan, with hla acheme.
Ih ele-el by hi team
That dollar won't be worth Ita price
In the light of the. pn-aent political
iltuatlon u thla country, the follow
ing extrict from the great eaaay of
,h nioat atoundlnr prophecies ever
made In the hlatory of the world
"The day may come In the United
"States when a multitude of the peo
"pie, opprenaed by hard times, will be
"called upon to choose rulers. On one
"aide will tand a statesman preach
"Ing patience, reaped for veated rights.
"and atrlct observance of the public
"faith. On the other side will stand
"a demagogue, ranting about the tyr
"anny of usurpers ant) capitalists. Let
"us hope that If such a season of ad-
"veralty ever comes, the American na
"Uon will not act like people who
"would In a year of acarcltv devour all
..,he corn nJ thu- make th.
.., ypnr a yeap , of Kllnlty bu,
..of ttbs0lule fnmlne."
ROYAL BaKtng Powder.
Highest of Mil in leavening
Strength V. 8. OovarnnMflt Report
Moat ao-called "aalmon twlnea" are col.
ored with acids. The aclda rot the fibre
and render the material uaeleaa. In the
office of Elmore, Sanborn A Co. 1 an ob
ject leaaon that ought to be examined by
all tlahexmen. It la the whola of tha
,ha m.nuf,ur. nf
ahall's twine from atart to flnlah. Go
there and examine the color right
through. You will see then why Mar
ahall'a la called the beat In the world.
FIRE ALARM BOXES.
Hog 5 Trulllnger's Mill.
Box 6 Astor and Seventh street
Box 7 Ninth and Duane.
Box 8 Commercial and Fifteenth.
Box 9-Clatsop Mill.
Box 12 Car Stables.
Box 14-McGregor's Mill.
One may kit'p home by theoretical
knowledge, but that won't do In riding
' the hli'vrWi
tlnplng pockets ure the most unlove
ly sight, but women are very careless
over this portion of their costume.
IO I'l ltK A COI.II IN ONK IIAY
Take laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablets.
All druRglsts refund the money if it
fulls to cure. 2,'c. For sale by Chas.
Things are coming Mr. Bryan's way,
but they are mostly things that hurt.
Use Webfoot Corn Cure. No
cure no nay. For sale at Es-te8-Coim
Parrots of genuine size are seen on
Women ought to take as much Inter
est In Insuring their own lives as they
do in insuring those of their husbands.
The best chemical compound tor wash
ing powder is "Soap Foam," as It will
not "yellow the clothes," nor burn the
hands. It's the finest thing In th world
for the bath. One trial 'will convince
;,l Hie back, biCu, i lies., oi
the host ( counterfeits and imita
ryour fofxl, length
ens your hie
The N. K. Pair bank
ji St. Iniia, CliiejitfO, Mon
k irciu. iwn I'ranciaco.
r- ' . ' ' Portland. Orecnn. .
In Medieval Days
Whan people wanted anything thy
knelt down and prayed for It How
ever, that waa aoma llm ago. Alone
about 1400 a fellow named Outen
berg, who had "com de Rhine
over," wa monkeying around a
carpenter hop In Lent. H whli
tied aoma little block and actually
mad an alphabet Then he rigged
a sort of well, a machine that
would look something Ilia our let
tar prasa of today. He arranged
his blocks In order, put Bom Ink
on ti.em, alao a piece of paper, and
then crewed hla preaa down. That
wa called printing. Old Outenberg
made a howling aucceaa of th
racket and hla head became 0
swollen that he really snubbed the
king one day. Tha king overlooked
It however, for he had an Idea
what kind of fellows piinlera would
be. Welt Anally they got the print.
Ing ayatvm down pat and, a the
centurle rolled by, began printing
newapaper nrat person. Invariably
alngular number, any gender and
There are many newapupers a a
matter of fact. Hut It la an utter
tmpoaalbliity to get a newapaper to
admit It The advertising patronage
of a newapaper dependa largely
vea, wholly upon Ita. circulation.
A newapaper la a great deal like
the human body; If Ita circulation
la good. It proapers: otherwise,
otherwise. Some papers publish
That la, a column, or a number ot
column, devoted lo email advertise
ments. If a fellow wants anything
trouble, a wife, a house don't
make any difference what It Is he
can get It by means of a small ad.
Include. In the "wact" column are
"For Sale." "For Rent" "Loet"
"Found," "Stolen" and "Mlacel
laneoua" Now, Just see what
chump some people are! Why, a
man haa been known to bunt over
a city thla city tor days looking
for a house In which to live. Had
he come to The Astoiian office and
asked for a want ad. he could have
gotten hla houae without the leaat
bit of trouble and for about B cent.
It Is Needless
To tell of The Astorlan' circula
tion. The paper ha been eatab
Ilahed for a quarter of a century.
Why, old Concomly read the first
rumor of the building of a railroad
to his braves from It Circulation
is The Astoiian' long suit. Conse
quently, when a fellow come Into
The Astorlan office, looks pleasant,
throws down 25 cents on the coun
ter and says he wants a bouse, he
Why, Just Think !
The Astorlan goes Into every house
In Aatorla and a great majority ot
those In the surrounding sections of
Oregon and Washington. Hence, It
you Insert an ad. In The Astorlan,
It Is equivalent to engaging a man
to go around to all those houses and
telling the inmates that you want
something or have something for
sale. Why, talk about a snap!
A Bit of Advice
When you want anything no mat
ter what It is when you have any
thing for sale; when you lose, find
or steal anything, come around and
tell your trouble to The Astorlan.
Bring 25 cents with you, and. above
all things, look pleasant Tell the
clerk that you want a want ad. In
the want column, give him your 2&
cents and go away happy. As Her
man Wise would say, a want ad.
will restore the blind, the bald 'and
the bowleg (red to manhood.
3 Lines 9 C
ENGLISH CAPITAL FOR AMERICAN I
Important to American seeking Eng
lish Capttal for new enterprises. A Us,
containing the names and addresses ot
350 successful promoters who have placed
over ClOO.Ono.OOO Storting In Foreign In
vestments within the last six years, and
over 18,000,000 for the seven months of
1S36. Pries, 5. or US, payable by postal
order to tho London and Universal Bu
reau of Investors, 20, Cheupdlde, London,
E. C. Subscribers wil be entitled, by ar
rangement with the directors to receive
either personal or letters of lntroductola
to any of these uccseaful promoters.
This Hat Is first alass in every respect,
and every man or firm whose name ap
pears therein may be depended upon.
For placing the following It will be
found 1 n valuable Bonds or Snares of In
dustrial, Commercial and Financial con
cerns, Mortgwge loans. Sale ot Lands
Patents or Mines.
SIR EDWARD C. ROSS,
HON. WALTER C. PEPY8,
CAPT. ARTHUR STIFFE.
to its Job
WANTED Ily competent dreaamak
er, engagement by the day. Enquire
H'mm 7, Commercial atreet, over Dun
WANTED situation, by competent
I girl, to do general houaework. Addreaa
I., Afltoiian ofllce.
WANTED An apprentice at Mr.
Johnaon'a dreaarnaklng parlor, corner
4th and Commercial atreet.
WANTED Situation a accountant
or experienced book keeper. Flrat-clas
reference. Addreaa A, Astorlan office.
Wanted A few pupil on the piano.
Mis Martha L. Gilbert, 1!9 Third
$10 to $18 per week for mea and women
for easy home work. No books or
canvassing. No experience. Bona, fid
offer. No Catch. Bend stamp for
work and particular. E. HERMANN,
tit B. Sixth street Philadelphia. Pa.
FOR KENT Cheap Seven room cot
tage, with bath and modem Improve
ment. Apply at the Aatorlan office.
FOR RENT Three or four rooma.
with board. Mr. E. C. Holden, corner
8th and Duane streets.
FOR RENT Newly furnished rooma;
hot and cold baths; call at thla office.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
with or without board. Apply 181 7tb
FOR SALE 12-room Lodging House.
Centrally located; cheap lease; bar
gain. Astoria Land and Inv. Co., Hi
JAPANESE GOODS Fireworks
Just out Just received Just what you
want at Wing Lee's, M3 Commercial
Plae M sale. Came ef All Kind. Two
Good Order and Everybody's Rights
J.A FAST ABEND,
HOUSE, BRIDGE BHD (HHRRF BUILDER
Hoae Mevlag Teal tar It tat.
ASTORIA PUBLIC MBiW
READING ROOM FREE TO ALL,
Open err ery day from I o'clock to l:M
and a: to I M p. m.
Subscription rates U per annum,
aw. COR ELEVENTH DUANE BTS.
ASTORIA . IRON WORKS
Cwaaly St. foot of Jackaoa, Aatorla
General Machinists and Boiler Makesr
Las aad Maria. Enrtnea. Boiler work. Staaai-
. . . f Hf .- C 1 L.
Casdaga of All DeKrlpttona Mada OrOar o
John Fox... .President and Superintendent
A. L. Fox Vice President
O. B. Prael Secretary
First National Bank, Treasurer
C A. HANSON
R. L. Boyle & Co.
LOANS AND INVESTMENTS
FROM NOW UNTIL SPRING
Overcoats and winter wraps will be In
fashion. They can be discarded, tempor
arily while traveling In the st4am-heated
trains of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St.
Paul Railway. For solid comfort, for
speed and for safety, no other line can
compare with this great railway of the
when you consult him
ab:ut your eastern trip,
to tell you about our
service to the East and
Ask him to tell you
how much shorter In
time as well as miles
our line Is to Omaha,
Kansas City and St.
Ask him, too, about our
service between St. Paul
Get one of our folders
from him and study the
matter yourself. Do this
and your ticket will sure
ly read, as it surely
should, via the Burling
A. C. SHELDON. G. A.,
Go to Elmore, Bannorn'a office and see
machine. Take along some of the twines
"aa good aa Marshall'," in your pocket
and teat them. Then see how much more
Marshall's will stand. It's money In your
pocket and flsh in your net to find out
their new and handsome twine testing
Dry and Pure Tropical
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To objections urgad agalnat Indlo Is
th past b the large aiunbtn who
otherwise would have been glad to take
advantage of Ita beneficial climate, has
been a lack of a ul table accommodation.
The Southern Pacific Company takes
pleasure in announcing that several
have Juat bean erected at Indlo a tattoo,
that will be ranted to applicant at rea
sonable rate. They are furnished with
modern convenience, supplied with pur
artesian water and so situated as to grr
occupant all the advantagoe to be de
rived from a more or lea protracted
residence la this delightful climate.
(From th 8an Francisco Argonaut)
"In th heart of th great desert of the
Colorado which the Southern Padua
t-everses thero la an oasis called India,
which. In our opinion. I th anllarium
of the earth. Wt believe, from personal
Investigation, that for certain Individuals,
there is no spot on this planet o favor
able." O. T. Stewart H. D.. writes: "The
parity of the air, and the eternal sun
shine, fill Tne with wonder and delight
. . . Nature has accomplished as
much that there remains but little for
man to da As to It ponlbllltle a a
health retort here Is the most perfect
sunshine, with a temperature always
pleasant a perfectly dry oll. for rain Is
an unknown factor; pur oxygen, dense
atmosphere and pure water. What more
can be deal red T It la the place, above
all others, for lung troubles, and s para
dlse for rheumatic. Considering tha
number of sufferer who have bees
cured. I have no hesitancy la recom
mending this genial oasts aa the hares
of th afflicted."
Ib 6 13 miles from
and 130 miles from
Fare from Los Angeles
For further Information Inquire ot
aay Southern Pacific Company agent,
E. P. ROGERS.
Asst Gen. Pas. Agt & P. Co.
J. B. KIRK LAND,
Dlst Pass. Agt
Cor. First and Alder ata., Portland. Or
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