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NEWS. tllllll WA1BM. I At Mi f. M , li in fl li h DATK. if iii ft in i' llll I tvlmi 'J W it n ; li L', U M n iiiiT mi i iw m a li in u niiail'y Mi i iliir.iiuy ' rlilii ,, , IMIjJell 4 V4 I IMSV V Ml ii m7 ii A (4 11 4 III W (l ft lUUl I Will I I I Mil i sluriluy 4 JIM III A 44 n IN 7 Uliil ! II 110 7 ' tlllllly , liiiiily,. 7 Ml in Hill 7 I V 1.1 ll M 1 3i n i The m-hmrnnr H..tsrt,r put to wit yes tenlay, TIki lierki'nOiw Nrtliut arrived fTuin Kan rYawkaw yi-atwlay, , In Tlht ptMiitir Klnwira aajlixl yoatiinlay f"r(hrgin inul iM'Uit. Ttm fatliK 'iWMmr ImuM live Iiujii.t yitiLmlny ami today, out Into 111 r to Tln Nliiinlliw ll so to TllM.in.ioh ll'k at 1 30 thin morning, to lam! ma. tprlal, wmtlior iwrnihiiiiK. Tlx m')wiiMitr Lucy yrati-rtlny nt-r-d In balla fruit Man Ktam Ism f .r Klfl..ici (o nu luinlmr. Ttir Moiuiht THIatixatk ynaim-.tay in. IwkI at the oiiiitii )n m mi fair-sixi'd -cargo frm Kmi rmiii-lj'.i fi Astoria ml I'mtlaiiil ma ai.iiwr ,Muni.la aiu.tv.l ir.Iy a lariia irr f fr.-i-ht from B4U rnuirla.'o, anil rrt Up tJl llvr at I" o fkH k, Jut aflrr i .In T.mif.Mi loiitt alio wltt an.iiKl, iliuwlna- H iwt of wat.f at tlu 1lm. H-onn of th ftr fnail iiiri wiurteil to know wlmra Sirluil'a Si.fiKi t'liajtiiH waa. ViifNd'H It f V i:ll I .Itll lr litgrlla Kxplulna thn I: Kutluiff to Hull.) anon fur tha ll. Clia.lwll, May 4 --iKilltor AMo tun ) -Tin- ronU ar oil try ami Hllh a f- llair tn nuwaxhliif tlwiu Ui, via ran have ciaitlniioua r-iml finm Viuimk' ltlvar to fclk t'rwk fur tram. Iminiy tir Iiiyi4a What a to tla intlan.ia of Aanmia that ttny aiv tlrirtvfsl i.f lli ua unit tmiH of thl ruii. tr tlia wan( iJ a hrt'titv, ar a ninaJI atrenui, tthlrli immiI'1 Im l.ullt fur fnan al or oliiht T In iu "Wiul tlntlani Hut u h la falo! Ho Iim aa .illilrlmia anil r-J aalnto aint'Ulatiira inMnil our nupt, ami nuikn Ihoin auharrvklK to thrir rrnal wtahr. ao limit will the ttta havn to wait aiul ufTT. I ain ilally aakvil. on tha wtrM, the Miif-tl.aia: "WHat a In. ill that lu-tilir-? WiVa will It ha butlt When can w" Ael.trtan r.pre.iUitlve at rvit art tm the ria.l?" ami almllar iuei.tw. li'. Captain IVtenain aalil: I aiwer tlmre la im proaf"'! wluurver of a M'le, no nnn lhan a thoua-h we l. no naxl. mKwlthtan.llii there waa a unanrnama aenlm4il by inmrly every taxpaiyer In AaftrU for ihe county nmi t li levy a evial ta to U-llUl thn lrl'tte. The muwa for the failur to carry out the eiiireae.l wlah tt th tajipayeia. lo built! tha Vouinc'a Hay brkl(fe. are aa followa- When I ctrnilalrt! the la-tMloli. that all tha heavy tara alifnotl, aakliitt the tammy i-mit to make a aiieclaJ levy of from ..m. I.. in., inllla in bridua Vounaa Itiv.r. tunny ank-M m the oti.'Mtloit. -Whnl will It cat?" I an- awen-.l fri.ni aeven lo rtirht ttlcHHajid ' .1,. ii,.,.. i..ii, .iv aij"iii.nt iiw.m font araatl,Hia h l wttn Fry A NU-yer Hurt they would build a ifo.l wooden iin.il.. l.n.lui. wILh 70 f,t m.an In cb-nr. f,.P tsnoil a brlilite which would have anawere.1 all tlx- reiiutrementa of th ....i.ii.. t. ji, iw.i t"tv" ..r nrtiMW year. Hut w hen the pnlltMl waa aftet! cai, the miurt voted to put In a ateal druw. tl.ila nimnwntlti the it aome I4.IMI0. Tln Jude If the brlil!' waa tlray Iiu4tet! tha ...in .i ihinmo'a'iuul comiN-lll na- to ty him IX Thia l.,mi. there ahotild lie a W f.a draw ! i ... if .l- l.iw..1,l 1..lni ua tnkvii 130 foot draw. Klther of which would nei-eiu1ly Increiuw the ooat of Die btidi. I Would any that Jlide Iray'a opinion mlirht be rmeiirnl In by aome attnuiibat m.-n, but tlnin far. ! 1 Ivnve mM. tnlkivl with a wliuclc ix-r-1 'n who nrc. d with him, and 1 have talked with many property hollera on! Voiinu'a Itlver. liicltidln Hi" owtn ta of Hih-iiiwoI comet ery. j 1.1 the third plHO". the Hon inilde County Court levl.il. and the aherlff hiu eiifted, a one-mlll tax fcr the ptirp.wi. if biilldln Ihe brldif. but by tird.'r if Hie court the proceed of the tax una put Into the r.m.1 fund W hy they did 'tluit. know In thai a Inrjte. ahmv uf that fund would b diverted to the tiviumry of the City . f Astoria, j throtiuh the ih-clnlon of the .Uuou- court n 'the nii'-ntlon im 'to .v I.cim. r city inn.l tiixca were under the e"!itrol of the county ruirt or city council, audi which liiu lien Inlcrpieted In fV'r of! the lilltiT, no one know. If tie one., mill ley h.td l'-m pul Into t!i' brld r fund or a HhvI1 fund, where It un- j lli!lolillbly iHNl.illKli'd, the m -Jiey u.i i ......i.l Vt.tt.i. Iu..." iiu.i I file the' niiBi-ii "i.io .!- ... - brld.'. Then, If tho ttiunly court wna I ton MMir lo build a uteel brlde, a ood wofulen one could have laen built and m.tt .1 . trm Vail IxOlV Ull ihe tinlil. o from Aalorln to TllliuixKik ooultl have Kill tihe Ik'IU'IU of the rond, a.nd other l.rl.lK.ti which are now rotlln down eraiwfiififtifivn Cooking Experts Say: "Not pound of lard per jmt I ooturamed In oar kitchens, and we. contoientionaly adrlie the public to ue aitnoat anv other fiit." Marion farand and Christian ftrkuni Htrridt, Uso GOTTOLEfJ that para, wholaaoma, vaffaUbla rbotl product Hattar than the bact and puieat lard, and Is strongly endorsed by phyalelwns for Its Inalthnilqiial1tla. Tha f einillie C Oltolnna la (old every whor In tms lo ten pound tins, wab oar trada-umrka "Lb.4rti" and ilrrr't htmd in eoUon-yUnnt u real ou Tiy tin. noi f uaraniaea li soia in any ou.ir way. THE N. K. FAIRIANK COMPANY, IT. L00IB, TW YORK, 0HI0AOO, aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiiais WlUi iiriwitliMilly iw gd to any one. Imvo hNinl I) atmtigly itiliited that the R4itm of I1m pounrty court was rnanlt'il laird liy lawyinv and lltli'Wuts to 1 fat His brldif", Wauae it did nt cm rvxit with property In whloh tln-y were liiUxrratwd. One thing In citiiiIm; 'Hliora I a nlKicr In the rWx oinw1ir, Whvn 1'lin wMi, of tli taxiay'M un i dun tliwurtnl mill tlio'r tinmi-y 'llvri' afh r Die lux luut bin Mutually 4eVlid ami cllrtiHl, fur Uw sins'lal iurym tliw lrldMK- iumI ii"ii o(ln r, TIh-ix. lata ! ivrtmlil-rttlilo talk late, of atarilng anew base, and try In U rulan fuiula to build tlio nxul on DIM tonKh alilo itf llw Itay, to coium' Mllh tha KnlrH.-liJ I'ulnt lt; uiul lli"r la a, rruwinalilA 4'liniK's of K"t'.lm tirldita Uiorv, I will Bnt 10 in r litt of my full almr. Hut Mt iu llm Kiunly tsiurt la illvldnl m thn lt ami liutlwt on a 1.1U foirf ilm. I think lh mila will hnve to wult a-wlill loimvr. On yiw tftum, th willMi'la.na w ill I i ruiuifeiir ttinnwli 4h mtmly ir clni'la tHHinr tha virtrni aw4t tir. of how llicy favor tinty rol mix lir..'-a auwl Ihny will h,v't l'l--i'.y of lln i- to inlk ID you tlwn, but im Uicy titiu a ilMif nr to avry UiImic yu Imvo to any, Th iroT thlna fiv to ilo I f'r (). ln am itlitln lli Fair II" Id 1'nliit l ttihm to call a iiuwmi inrt;nM In Attoclit bjiiI ! mi iiirwaloii of niiliiliiti fnmt tin- tiixhavi-rn J1 aa t what ktml of a brwlna tlay an- In fav,r r, oii.l on wliloh th. n iw rt.K mt,.,l, ami If It la Ilia lower u,t ,,, lf my rail rala.' the foil u, ttKtM ,,, ,,n,y mm wi.i m ,i.1(. (lur ltnornlil f.aifilv C.iur wrili a. vbw to carry out tha wtalo- of tlt taiy.mi I will auy, In rin'lualin, tlutt w liave n. i lirlily iillar on ham frmu thp aulm rllilli'll rali"'l Inat yi-ar, Jiul I iMoalmlil tuiM'iini la uiilxil'l. vi hli h thhik Hill tx mlil tut 'n aa tlu rr In i lix.Vr liy tile iv.intty o.urt touarj con airu. lliiif tlw lirl'lii". 1'iit pri-i-nt 111 oni' kii" whrrr to lay ut thn fumU on linji.l .r r tliry will bi thrown aay. V. J. IN'iAI.!.M COHT III M TWKNTV. Tluit la What falali Wrtm, of tha t.tw-y. I'nlil to In thn 1 1 arl .r. Caiitaln lVtTon, of Uvp aihiMniT l,u y, wtilrh arrlvJ In fntn Han Fran i lain yrati-rilay tr a rmi if lumln-r at Kmiiitim, la atlll womlerinir by what law tir uatoiu h iui rom-ll"Hl to pay jl.'O to a fHHn-rinan yunlay fur th prlMPim i. o'lnina Into the 0tutul.ta rlv-r, In r""iuiillnit hla eierlwrm to "After we hal enteral the river unJ were prK-elliiK with fair tera;r healay. 1 ixclvl a lante number of nulilna larnta In the rlwumel with tholr ' Now the lAM-y l like a pl!-t a. huer. ijulc k to iniial her helm, ami 'we taik ta care ti.t to run an .f tlie laM down or damajte their nn We ImkI poMasi a numlaT aaf-Hy. wlo n " fellow alntt.1 of ua iniul" a I it Ii for ua to kep to leewan!. I hal flinty "( r"1"". My vwa-l la a lontf w. and 1 "I tacked ahlp. The liiwtnian 't wwrwl, proUbly thinking we w,u d "" r '' l""n.tl tila net very f - llaliJy. and alao lrlfte.t In the hxn.e dlrm tl.m. Ihe Uatl Mng Init k by our lrt lw. If he luul iNinuineil tOM we wvuld have clmretl him and hl lie 'by fully i'i feet. The limn at one kicked Up a n.w, lhtnjk-h little rtumiire waa done, I conaldin llmt he really rin Into me. f, ao far aa the ahlp wi con certied Wie aitldttnl wna unavoldnole. we bavin omplhl with hla nlnala, and i it havlnu time to chivnce mir 'miurae after he chaji"il hla iionlliim The nwui follow el ua and maoe innHiii", did rather than lie N.OhetsM r tie laved 111 IIIV I'MullllK. but Would like to know wniu law ttmiiu naiita auch hlfc'hwny rblTy, ll menu to Inu.ta ouuhi to et out of the Ink. mill veaacl." me llrh way of ti:achi:hs' hx vmination. licKUlnr quarterly teun hem' exanilnn llim will be la-Id at the 111 till tcluiol lnillilt.'iir. Aatorln. Or.. lH-lnniii at I o'clock p. m.. Wednesday. May 1'.'. 1S.7. Ml applltnnta will ln preeoM pinmptly. and ootttlnup until the clixe. Kxiuiilnntl.in for Uiv dlploliuia will m, lt, tt, tno Mltm. place, Surilny Miiy l.V 1M7. hcKinnlitK t 9 a. m, 11. S. KYM AN. SuiK-rtnten lcnt of SeliooK Cliitaop fieiiity, Oif,in. HCtLPKItS AND CONTUACTOUS. If you want Rood lumber and Inwefit pi-lcea lliire with th Ontiel Mills. W. H. KnWAItnS, nitent. ll.'i.'i Commercial atreet. Aatmiu. $20 HKWA1U). The Klnnlali HrothrlioOil hetfl.y offer J:0 lewiird for the recovery of the body of John O. lleiidrlokwm, wlm wu- diowmv! on May lt. AUKX. HOLM AN. Financial So relary T.'r.r .ir.-tvi -iwr aft National Cook Booh. aladaonly by kORTMUi iU THE DAILY I'LAIN TA HI KK TIlUTHH. 1 A itreiM tiu and icy waa raJaad by thn' 4.in'irait In 1VJ and U that the filmier waa th tm to bi apacl illy lena. filed Iry a revenue or free trade tariff; that with free wool ami fr manufiui tureil t'l iil. ha ivmjIiI buy an nni'i chefip. vr afl theel ilhln for hlmaelf and fam ily, Now, b t us nee how tlw Wlla-m-OMiuui jlli;tlelKl him. I ask th fiifAn'r Vfiut ililwa wool: What did you y for A suit of clothe 1 you bouifht in JHU2f , ' . A newer I paid In wool at 30 ctila pound. How many pounla did you tiveT A'wwerFlAy imundai but In HiM ! oould buy Juel aa "! a suit at $10. Yea, Wlien you lK,uht a ault for $10. how many iwmiula of wool did you (five, A newer Well, brt'e ee. I eld my wihH for a little over 14 cent a. I irave seven ioun.la for a dollar, ant! ten time op vn ikmiii'U la anvnnty pounds, Then you paid Jut ten lananda nuire winl for your $10 ault than you did for tla. $1& ault. Your extra ten Kunde iU mwi prto-a was worth $1.40 and at 1 lr.c waa worth $3. Wliere do the benWIt come In? Aain. HiOaiharb eoufaty wae the only uMinty tn the elate to give In 1XV4 a ibmiiH-ratli: TTiaJortty. Thle la one of the irroxl twip fiiuntloa. I aek the hop rwer: I low many poun.le of Yum did you rive fir x IIJ eiHt of eloth- In IHS2? AnauerI eold my hope far 25 rant a pound- four laiunde for a dHlar. I Kave four times firt.x-n. whl h la sixty. Y-s, I paid sixty iiounds. laet full your IIS suit, after tlin-e or four yeiwa' wear, b'iran lo be thread bare, and you bmiidit Juat aa rn'd a aurt for $10? A new er Y-s. llow many jiounda of hot were ex- cliaiiKvd for that ault' Anawer W!l. I aJd my hia; for 11 cents (ilutt In more than aim- folks 'ii and It took ninety pound. Ko that you hod to lve the laljor to raise lanoty tnics titan you gave for alxty ounda In W2. Anawer No. not exactly: I did not ay my hired niiui ao much a ni'anth a I did tn 1MI2. Then a iart of your revenue tariff waa paid by your hired man? Anewer Well, it looks that way. Now we will aak the hired man. Mr. June, what la your occupation?! Anewer In 1177 I went to work In a faetory, arvl In IM2 1 wa RettlnK $2 a day. After itcn -eara hat la. In the fall of S92, the fnntory ahut down and I waa out of 1 Job. After waiting anl tnunpll for alx months I hired out to the hop fnrtnnr fur $14 a month, and Klad to et It, l thousands of fart ry httn-la were out of employ, and oould find nothln to do. Whn you bouht a suit of clothe In the summer of lH'.C for $15. how many lay did you have to work to pay for ihm? Anauvr Heven and a half. After three years of wear, and you liouxl't Just aa rood a suit for $10, how many day did you have to work fir them? Anewer Three wi-eita, or to be exact atwut It. twenty-one and three-fourths lays! Thle tw-o extra week' lalair that I luul to ley m 1H9 retireeented $24 In 1 l2. whltli ks more ihan a mechanic wtiuld iluive to pay In percentage on all the 1-niI he would buy In a lifetime. la-tter In New York I'reea. THE PROMIHED PROSPERITY. SKid Reason Why ll Pelay.. Has Hoen Hjiecial rorreepond?nce. WarthburtiNi. April 30, IW. The chief point which the IVtrhieraU are now making anlnm tho victorNms Republ:- cana I the assertion that they have no; product! the promlaed pneiierlty. Member of Ooiir are recelV.ni! In- I mat I' m from their dlntrtcts and slate Indlt-alhiK that this seed whlcti the emorat ari sow In amon a certain las of pt1le Is producing aome dli- satlxfaotlon and criticism. Of tur It Is abeurd Uiat ruch oomplarnta should be made, and thut the people should think tt worth listen ing to," eaid Chairman rlnley, talking ss'i'i''ai iaaeAS MANHOOD RESTORED u irrrtt all Ilia nnrmmiu inipniencr. s ' ive.n e.rirauauo uwurec, Hia BirONI HDSritn kiiliirrisndtlielirlriarTorrsi.aalaUUupurtUea The rruuu sutrerert sra not cured br . . . . ...ii.i i.lv i. , 1... n... immii Bis. A written jmersntee lven a box. ill (or IVOJ. by mall. . written imrirantee siren and money relumeil U box, six lor MXI. by niau. Menu lor raaacirctnar aim lesuuionuua. Addrea 11 A VO L, n KDlt'IS K t P. a CHAS ROOERS. Hustler's Twentieth St. and McICee Ave. 4 Good Reason Why Lots ...Are Selling... ASTORIA INVESTMENT CO. 483 Bond Street. fflfl U8Ua2JIi Dilia AdTOHI AN, THU1WDAY MORNING, MAY 6. 187. of these criticism. "It la oertaJnly un renaymable lo assume that buslnwa ae- tbm upon trlff rasii." "I M not a ft. Mr, DliiKley, that the knowledge that ft tariff ctuwifa I In mmetlbiite proepecl provee more d preaelnK to the) rrwwiufs;turrr than an tlvlty In ma-nufaoturln linen oould r vlve pumllfiK atlon uiaari tariff rate. "Mmmtmiy, y. I do not knrw that the word 'depreaslne la Just the one, but oertalnly It de have the effe f inakln It ImiKairlble for him to mak oriitract, even where Iw can gH them am of ma-kln M dimcult to K"t con traot at aJI. Dealer are unwlllln to make oontnu;ta for future delivery of Kood d urine; the pemlency of the tariff bill, beeaime they do not know what the rate of duty on Imported iriod of the hum irlae will be. Manufacturers are unwIIIInK to make contranUi durln th endency of the tariff bill, because they do not know what they will ha,v to nompet wllh In foflirn ipavl", nor do they krunv what they will have to pay f'r the raw material which they brlna- In frim abroad for uee In munufur. Inar" "K the preaent period hi protaUdy the moat difficult one for the manufacturer to do buelnee. to say mthln of the ImiwiaeltilUty ot WHTeaaln bulfe i aildln to I lie numbnr of exnploymai? 'Y. Th'nt'nilfhlUta?iii-menib-red( too, that Importer are rush In g-Mxl Into the oountry at the jreateel p'llile e-e, and that nearly a year' supply of fordn ad will be In the ware houws of the country by the time the i'w law K'e Into effect, tn sMte of everything we can do to prevent !t Thia mean that the manufacturer will n"t be able to reaume evrtl vlt y to any great extent for several montha yet The eople ouxht to understand this, I have no doubt that the new law will lirln Increasci! activity In manufact urln. awl thua produce pfairMTlty In every branch of Industry. Hut It I un r-aaonahle to exp-ct that this ran hap len tdtlier Ix-fore the new biw guei Into effect or Immediately a'ler tt, lnoe the stock of foreln fl.ale will be so great that tlie demand for home manufact urer cannot leln until this enornaau acrumulatbai of foritgn KxU 1 ab sorbed by the people of the country." STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Notloe 1 hereby given that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Astoria Ilulldlng and Loan Association will be held at tho office of the retary on Tuewlay. May 11, 1SJ7, for the purpoe of eJectlne; director to erve one year. The election will be by ballot, and will be held from 2 o'clock p. m. until $ o'clock p. m. CIIAS. 8. WRIGHT. Pres. Attest: FRANK L. PARKER. Secretary. The Daily Astorian Has the Largest Circulation on the Columbia River ! Everyone Reads It "CUPIDEWE" TtiH rrvat Vecsiabla Vital ifter.Uie anaiTle. lion ol a IsmouM Krencb physician, will quickly cure you of ail ner vous or dlwiwre of Uie svnerauve tirvnni, nui-h m Lot MnnbiHr IiiKini.ila, I'alnsln Uia Itut'k.benilnal Kuibsi.mm Nerv.nn lvlJlllj. rimplen, Viiauieai lo atarry. KxliaunUn llrnlna, Vsrlcorele si.q Omsiljistliin. Ustni'sall Itmspa hyiUr or nl(ht. prevents quirk row of Uiw'lisrte, whlcb 11 nolcnerVert Irwls to erw-rmsliirrhip and lio-iors Is bersuse ninety per rent are troubled wtlh remeciv in eilrawillinui an om.rautin. Hill ipMimoni. if six boxes doea not eilscl a peruMntaKuna, Vox WB, Baa laucfeno, Od. rar&il4t Commercial Street. Astoria Situated on the south side of Astoria's hills. Twt'iit' degrees warmer and vegetation 30 days in advance of the North side. Maguificent sites for res idences, overlooking river ami bay, sunny and shel tered. Easy and natural grades; little or no grading needed. MANHOOD RESTORED-K 3S eases, sach a Weak Memory, toe ol Brain Power, Ueadaohe, W ke. rnoai. Lost Manhood, Nlglilly Emission, Nervousness, aUdrslns, lost ol power 1" tJenerallve Omns ol either sex caused by over-eier-loo. youthful errurs, exousaiv. lue ol tobaooo, opium or sUmuiani, whlofi lead to luflrmlty, Consumption or Insanity. Can be earrled In Jsirpoe- P" ox. for I. by mall prepald Clroular Ftml 8" bTaUdraitlflsU. Ask lor It, take no other. Manulaolured by the FesuMne Co.; Paris. FrVnoe. Laoe-D.Ti. Druf Co, diiaxibttUui aeuta, Third and Yamhill it. PorUand. 0t J. W. CONN, Afent, Asterte. TH4 KBPOHTaTIOaJ LINEB. WHITE COLLAR LINE. STEAMER "BA1LIK GA1ZERT' Portland Astoria fltuners leave Portland dally as follows: Alder street dock 1.45 a. m, and 7:16 p. tn. Asb street dock 7 a. m, an4 I p. m. leaves AsVilav C. R. and P. 8. N. dock. IS a.a. arvl 4:45 p. m. O. K. ft N. dock, 7 a. m. and 7 pm. Baturdar nlrht steamer leaves) Port. arvl frum AVkr street dock at r:4S p. m. and Abb street dock at 19 p. m. Schedule Includes Sunday nigist yU out of Portland and AjstorLa, but no Hundajr moramr boat NlffUt boat from Portland oooiveots with Steamer "MILER" at Oathlamat at I a. m. dally eioept Monday for Westport, Clifton a Knappa, and all landings on Or side. U. B. BCOTT, Prcaidexst . E. A. Beeler, Acent, Portland. C. W. B to ne. Agent, Astoria. Telephone No. 1L t! ORTHERN PACIFIC RY. The only dining car route from Portland to the East. The only route to the Yellowstone Nation al Park. Days to Minneapo-iOma-ha, Kansas City and St. Paul. 3 1 Days to 2 Milwaukee and Chicago. 1 Days to Washington, 4 2 Philadelphia, New York and Boston, and other Eastern points. BueBiKe ebecked tbroagb to destin stioD of tickets. For sleeping-car reservations, tickets. maps and (all information, call on or rile. A. D. CHARLTON lu't Gea'l Past.. A (eat. Portlaad, Or. lit Merrlaoa lb. Cor. Third. INDIO Absolutely Dry and Pure Tropical 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 th past by the large numbers who otherwise would have been glad to take advantage of Its beneficial climate, ha been a lack ot suitable accommodation. The Southern Paclflo Company takes pleasure tn announcing that several Commodious and Comfortable Cottages have just been erected at Indlo statlen. that will be rented to applicants at rr?a sonable rates. They are furnished with modern convenienses, supplied with pur artesian water, and so situated as to gtv occupants all the advantages to be de rived from a more or less protracted residence la this delightful ollmate. (From the Ban Francisco Argonaut) 'In the heart ot the great desert of the Colorado which the Southern Paclflo traverses ther Is an oasis called Indlo, which. In our opinion. Is the sanitarium of the earth. We believe, from personal Investigation, that for certain Individuals, there Is no spot on this planet so favor able." Q. T. Stewart, M D., writes: "Th purity of the air, and the eternal sun shine, IUI one with wonder snd delight Nature has accomplished o much that there remains but little for man to da As to Its possibilities ss a health reeort here Is the most perfect sunshine, with a temperature always pleasant a perfectly dry soil, for rain Is an unknown factor; pure oxygen, decs, atmosphere and pure water. What more can be desired T It Is the place, above all others, for lung troubles, and a para, diss tor rheutnatlca Considering th number of sufferers who have been cured, I have no hesitancy tn recom mending thia rental oasis as the haven of ths afflicted." INDIO. Is 6ia miles from SAN FRANCISCO and 130 miles from LOS ANOELE8 Fare from Los Angeles .ce Strawberry lundheons are the latest fad. OASTOXIIA. m lie yy - . tfittait Braid Is used on all sorts of costumes. Til A IMPORTATION tfHE. GO EAST ..VIA.. . . Library Car Route AMERICA'S BCE.VTC LINE. Hcsl I Rock 5atltt So Dt DiBiag Car Cart Th all-rail route to Kootenai mining district, via Beattls and Spokane Shortest and Quickest Line TOe St. Paul, Minneapolis. Dulutfi, Chicago AND ALL POINTS EAST Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers, Dining and library Observa tion Cars. Dally Trains ...Past Time HCRVICI AND BCE3EKY CHEaQl'ELEO For tickets and full Information call on or address A. B. C. DENNISTON. C. P. 4k T. A., Portland. Or. R. C. STEVENS, O. W. P. A., Seattle. FOR PORTLAND (Via Koapps, Clifton, Westport, and' way landings.) THE STEAMER H, C, Leanes Astoria every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday at p. m.; Saturday al 7 a m. Leave Portland every Monday. Wednesday and ,iua Bt f, m., aio oaiuroay si y p. nv landing at Catblamet on all down tripe Tow In snd Jobbing around Astoria every 8un- u7, ucuaj nig luurKiay, BEDl'CEI) RATE Information fnot of Main street, PETERSON A QILMODE. Ateats. Holds the world's record for loof-aisunce rut mania, After a two days ride it to refreshing ft step Into a clean. bright, sweet smell- big train as you do If you go East via Blllrngs and the Burtlngjton routJe. Ko dust on the car aesuta no Utter - on (he car floors no foul air; nothing to remind yon of for mer occupants. Omaha, Kansas City. St. Louis, Chi cago ALL pornts East and South. Two routes east via St. Paul. Minn., and BllUngs, Mont. For tickets and Information apply to nearest ticket agent or to SHELDON.GetVl Agent. Portland, Oregon. A. O. ire You Going East? Be sure and see that your ticket reads via THE NORTH-WESTERN LINE. ths CHICAGO. ST. PAUL,. MINNEAPOLIS said OMAHA RAILWAYS. This to ths GREAT SHORT LINE Between DULUTH, ' ST. PAUL,, CHICAGO And all Points East and South. Their Magnificent Track. Peerless Ves tlbuled Dining and Sleeping Car Trains and Motto: "ALWAYS ON TIME " Have given tms road a national reputa tion. All classes ot passengers carried on the veetlbuled trains without extra charge. Ship your freight and travel over this famous line. Ail agents have tlcketa W. H. MEAD, F. C 8AVAQB. Gen. Agent Trsv. P. and P. Agt. MS Washington st. Portland. Or. Astoria and Columbia River Railroad TIME CARD. Trains leave Seaside for Astoria at 7:30 a. m. dally and S p. m. daily, except Sunday. Trains leave Astoria for Flavel at 9 a. m. daily and 5 p. m. dally, except Sunday. Trains leave Astoria for Seaside at 10:30 a. m. daily and 5 p.m. dally, ex cept Sunday. Trains leave Flavel for Astoria at !):40 a. m. daily and 3:58 p. m. dally except Sunday. Sunday afternoon trains one hour later from all points. TRANirORTAtlOM LINCH. Going East? IP YOU ARB, DO NOT fOMOBT ,., Three Important Points FIRST Co in the Bt. Paul because. ths line to that point will afford ytxt the very best service. BECOND Bee that the coupon beyond Bf Paul reads via th Wisconsin Cen tral because that Une makes doM ootv. neotlons with all ths traras-ooatlnanUl lines entering ths Union Depot there, ad Its service is Orst-olas) in very particular. THIRD For Information, call on your neighbor and friend the nearest ticket agent and ask for a ticket met. log via the Weexoneta Central Unas, or address JAB. C. POND, General Pasawnger Agent, Milwaukee, Wk Or GEO. B. BATTT, General Agent, Portland, Oregon. 0.R.&N; GIVES CHOICE OF -2- Transcontinental ROUTES. Via Spokane and St Paul Via Ogden, Denver and Omaha or St. Paul Penman and Tourist Sleepers Free Reclining Cnair Cars Astoria to San pranelseo. SLsXe of Ca! Monday. May 1 Columbia, Saturday, May S. State of Cal Thursday, May 11 Columbia, Tuesday, May Is. State of Csi., Sunday, May 23. Columbia, Friday, May 28. For rates and general mrormaOoa saQ on st address Q. W. LOCN8BERKT. Agent W. H. HTJRLB0RT. Gen. Pas. Agt, Portland. Or. E. sfcNCILL. , President and Maaager. iMlLWAUKEfl This Railway Company Operates Its train on the famous block system; Lights Its trains by electricity through out; Uses the celebrated electric berth retvd- lnj lamp; Runs splendidly equipped passenger trains every day and night between 8t Paul and Chicago; th Chicago, flilwaukee & ' St. Paul Also operates steam-heated veetlbuled trains, carrying- the latest private compartment cars, library buffet smoking cars, and palace drawing room sleepers. Parlor cars, free reclining chair can and tho very best dining car servios. For lowest rates to any point In th United States or Canada, apply to ticket aeent. or address C. J. EDDT. General Agent, Portland, Or. J. W. CASEY. Trav. Pass. Agent TILLAMOOK NEHALEM AND OTHER COAST POINTS STEAMERS R. P. Elmore W. H. Harrison Augusta.... ...ALL ...Open for Special Charter... Sailing dates to ssd Irani TUIaasook asd Nehaleaa depead epos th weather. Per Freight sad Pasaesger Rates Apply Ts . ELMORE. SANBORN & CO. AOBNTB 0. R. N. CO., Agaats, Pertlasd w V 'III. 'l..HISIi Ut ft f ll'aU'iyigl , Ivt I V "t V v 4 I hese tiny Capsule r smwr j Cubebs or Injections an? .'vny J fH I CURE IN 48 H0UBS"'-,yi Ihe tame flueasti witn- out Inconvenience. SeM A all Jr'rft't.