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TUB DAILY XaToWAV,: WEDNESDAY' MOIWINO, MAY 12. IBU7.
ARMY CHICLES .T Ciintrnl Dnmhc Is Ordered to Id (Hirt tu Kitshlinjron, may hi: mam: commamh.k Itli AiinUimcm iq ibt Vaunt flur (Ira ctalhli Kcrilcd a Almiml Certnin It Will Vlul.io t rrcitJcBU. l'lM t4.i, Way II.-Ilrigndlrr Uem-ral John Hniok.', romiiiikmlliif tint il.-pun-Iimih of tin. MuhkuiI. I ubiKiit fium III in. u In WAM)ihiti1ni l.y order of llm (.'ivluiy ,,f Sliri B) i in In u.utiiiin. rotiiiiMiul of tlw unity. No III II dlalllirlinii luui evi'r Injwii dtntloiv I iiim.ii mi ti.i'.rnr f III milk aim., in lii) nfit-r i mi rv vol till' mi my ur, witoii for .r 4 llMUiiitui( hum l;i iiiiiuiiI of lite lYiniieiits f tlm iniili Initial mi my. it':n il Mil. ., (in- ulr nmji.r gen nut, lit on fur l.mutw i g,-i a iIhIii of war oroul, iunt tkmeml Merrill luui " llw aroa. Tills h-aves lira army mill' nit a iiiujor K"iwroJ, n Major lii-iit-ml VIkuI.iii hiui rvtlral lost Ktn uriUy uiidi.r Ilw lontitvlty ruin. (iurul Hionkit im( U-liig uiikHl aa a major K.mi..u, m onUioil lo ViL4iloiitiiii n tt l"i iiiadl.r tfi'iMTttt, iniiiiiiAtily lo tuku "iihiuukI of IIm unity. i'iti'tiii lltoikc Ih Hie fltfrr li Itfiul'i-i irottwitl .a? tin. urniy tit i.l bli selm-Mon for ...iioiuunl r tin. urniy In lltu tt'i ii. i if ili'iaf'li Mll nitil Mnrrlu abroad ni.iil.l UIHai that he Hill !. Ilu, tri major g.-noiiU. In ortny cr l- til I III i lly Wt tut ! it no doubt of li.-liWnl HtMnkr'n l'l.MMi'MI, 1 1 lltm Im-.-II N-IIi vr.) Hull lit Would follow in ih.' iin i-tWiil .ntal.IUilt.il n ymr ait", w lint for it liimilll titiwial A. M'I. Mo- '.,k su tiUi-n ilia pivfiTin. nt nv. r loin-iul T. II Kttg.tr, to In' sutwil-d l.y Ilia hitu-r. Tt pnuitolliai of U lira Ion ,..r ir'k ula.ul Ihirly diiya itn hud nil Ilk' f -. uiva hIhhH It tltul I'hor a. t.TH. 'l Hi- it'ltniiiviii.xit of .M.i 'i ok for it iuoiiMi orr llilk'l. onllU.-l l.y imiK i-ujik to Umi .-"iiU"ii. It U milil l.'i aiitty livl' tluti tJ.'iH'ial lrkr . l.ilut l Hi- oroiin tflou nt till llino In ( lt iliApiitiM l.y I no of Ilk Juulor. In )"ii of mrik't1 UrlKnUl.r liwnriiil J v . K'H)tli. "T'ty," fornirrly of i o n. -I ill I'liU. rtlwrt-lull himIT, uii.l l.itt.i.ll.T 'utinul itlliM. twiitly n t.ointitl fix.in n itni'li y. Tln- nilMtiit liult If (lotD-IHl M.'t'ook oVM -Klouiil.cl lluii-r. it ).ar uo, iMiKtitw Itr Unlit., I '(lir tu it iiionlli, itiiU V.lKuti'ii Hie alllu IhU olio or tlio olhur null I In- pi "foi i-I iif tiKk al till ttllll', u. ho riltii In iw;. wlill" 1I1j.ii H'.w out In I itiwl Komyth lit ll, lion iul Mil v. wlio milk tlioin all, Mlil no: U. ix-tii.Hl unlit li. aN"Tiii:k vikw tiv run mattiiii WiirililntM.oi, May 11-- U-iwinl llr.kr, viiniiuiil,-r of tin. il"Mtrttii,'iil of the Mlowuiil. la In Wiutiilitii't.ni. Ilo ! Mt4..ltiK ill tlio hoiltr of S'ltaor gaity. Vii.-i. . ii lii ivifar.l lo llu- i'ta.n llml lioiwinl Ua.ki la to awiiiiM. ivmi lima. I of tit.- urniy I u i -1 1 if ()i- l, ..! of ili.iK-r.il Mllm lit i:ur-j-. U"inil ICiik'i-'. Hio u-IJntitiil of tho iii tny, ul Hull ii. i mi.'Ii ,.i-iir lui.l Uvii iMiir.l l.y th itr il,-ui'liiii.iit. U lt.'ii iimki'J. hoHrior, If mu ll an unlur wiw In txut .ii.lal.n. he Miiil il uu It liin4lT whl.'lt ho .ri'f'rnil nil lo JimiiKu f..r iniii.it -Hi 1011. 'I'l." tinny nt I'ltip-iit In li In mt it romniiinilor. (ionoiul M.l'n U i'.i Hi" ."t iiii wt'l il"t' not in i't t ivluiit to thi. it.untry for .vt'inl itt.'iiWw. Mtt n-tury AliftT U iimnlimlly In loiiiiiutiul, lluninh ouli r hit Im-Iiik Iwiiii-.I l.y ilw tiiljutiuit ttoiifinl. Wlttvt li.-itorul MIU rvrolvtil la rinlimloit to ito uln-oiol It niut li"lli'v,tl thu.1 tin' itrmy woitlil j;.-t lllolin tlul'llIK IliM lllw,-llir Willi, nil it iMinnininl.T, thounti tin- . r.'liuy l Mir i'i-rl"il to tritimlcr (lo.i.-uil Mil i tit to WanhltiKttin In i un til" 1.1'iiii'm of 11 I'otiiiniiiulliiK olllre.' VI. T" ll.t'.l".). AlHMIt til" tllllO llt'lu'llll Mlltw ,i"i hlttl l K iil.ionil. tint. M.'t Mil, txilllllliuiilrr of tilt! ll.'l'lllMllint of Hit- niut, imlo'il for loave of atm-rui' luui mtmiIwi1..ii lo KO ln'yonil mint. Till' WIU4 11111111. It In ImII.'vM by tinny oltlri'iB tliftl lioiK'nil' lii.Miki iiih 11 mi" hi'iv on a liiiilliT of inilrll BrilltT InuMirlitnro I" lilniM'lf limn lle tt'iniioriuy coininiinil of ilio iwniy (li'in'rnl Wlienton rr llii'il Salunliiy anil tin- inHlil.nt now Iiii.h mi lor i-onnlilotntlim til" HplHilnt iiioiil of it major K''iiTiil. Hr.Miko lit imillliil lo tlil.i honor. Ho una Hi" Hi'iilor olllitT a mouth hko when l"ii vial Kuhit rollrt'il aiul wiih then ntl tl.vl to iiiiinollon. llrltfiullor llt-neral Wlu'U.lon wiui li fotlro no bhmi, how-tti-rr. Hint It wiik d.'i'lil.'il to pronioti' him no llml ho mlht ivtlro with tin hlirlwt nmk. Il wan tiirllly uikIimhiimiii Until that tliMioittl llrooko Hhoulil hnv iiin iiiiiw-IIoii mIumi tli-nt-ral Wlicuinn ci'llifiJ. tloiu'ral lAii-Hylh, howcviT. Mho I'onmmiiilii I lie tl.'iuu'tiuonit of t'nl Ifolllllt, iunl (ii ditiiI HI Inn, conuiuinilluK I In- iloMU'liiiont of Ti'xim, have now ImiiIi npi'H'il for th viwjuit major K''n oralHlilp, on tlio Kiiuwl that tlwy will ivilr,. hfforo (loiiiTal llrookc ami tlint th.-y tttwiuld lx K'nnllttsl lo enjoy the Imiiiir f hMtt'lr nmk fir tlw mi,iim ren noii tli.it lit wim Riven a month ntrn to (lini. WltiMUm. While Clent'ral Hrooke frlonilti nay thiut Jt ww well pnotiR-h to inloi't oh In plan In the coho of Whea ton, who hiuj only a month bo rve, It would not Ut fulr to apply U to Koinyth or Ullne. TMK MACHINIHTH' ELECTION. Kamutn City, May 11. Tile Internat ional Awodatlon of MacltlnlnUi in con vention lu'-re re-leotel 1h present ln rumtienitJl of the ollloes of prtttldent, eecroUiry-tpeoBurer and trraoid fore man. The following offlcr were vhnwen: Preeldent, Jamea O'Connell, Chicago; Kiiiii'l foreni'iii ami mil tor of Hi" Jour mil, II, otirlM Wllnoii, ChloMto) 11'liiry.lifiunirt.r, rimrKn M. I'riloii, f'hleiijf i, lotiii'iai ikiiiIIv hoiiril Jinny Minllli, New Yorki J. Ilolini', Toronto; Hiiiurt l(,"-'l, 'IVili'ilo; 1', J, Coiiliin, Kiui Fk lily; lliitth lx.rwi, (Vileari, HKUINNINO KAIll-V. A HlK Konul Kirn imirinic In the Mln iiiKola t,unilr H'kIoH. WhltK l.iii'ili, Mliui., Muy ll.-llc-Hvy fnnwl flree .i rlnT hi I he .tn Ix'll alxnil ihi mil. l f tlw mrwiw y mul ,v,IIN.e'llbe illllllllltl. Ill Im'IiiK ll'MI" i Ilw llmlM-r. A parly of mmi w "nt front heiw lo mivn I he K"venimeil u mill 0 ntllin r-oiil of her". Tlny have loiunirHl anil reix'fl Ihnl the omutry U all on fire mt that th ifovenunint utiw, xlilntili' iunl planliiK mllU wine il.Nlloyeil l.y flic, itenplle nil elfin In ! wiv Ho, proM'rly, The Hi" liirrowly f iiH, with llielr llvoe. The fire inn tin-in off from their horeen ami fey w"i- iiniix'1Ii '1 t run Ulrica iDhi mill-. In a hike o nave tltt-tr Itvra. A lllllllla-r of llllllIxT 'UIII me ut.io Iniliu.l, with olilll'e, nli-liflte, ele. The Ii'illiuie' ettitiir eojiipe ie ttur;i"1. A heavy Ml ml la pr" vulllii anil If n tain fall iI'hh no I iviino notiii the wiiolr lOilliH) mil m- ,ui flnv MoTIIKIt lUCIjiKllliVKi:. KntwA (1. . It. I'eyn I ho did Army Nun, tt lltvett H'Wior. T"l-kt, May II. i'omninndi'r llolkln, of the Hiute i) A. A., haa iui-d an or-ih-r et'ttintt ald July In i.exi u .Mothir lllekrrdykn day." and dlre. t ln every Ht In the iui.. to hold M ape Mai III llilf Ml the tilitht of the l!Uh In h.mr of the ifletireed old ortny rtiniie. thai l.rlrii the "th ajililventtiry of h-r I'leth "Moiha-r Ml' kerdyke'1 U I'o.v living nt the Jon-e of her :ki:i In liiliiki r sltll, Kan. I'i iMTh'AI. TU A. Ml. I.iul .V Ii. null vlNlt.-l a iiu tiry hnue' nllere ho lllet till el'l.l'ly IlllllileJl ii nl ojik.il her for eonieth-iiK to eat. "I am lH-t 1110,111111," he auild, "and I make a mi laity of epitni'lM. If you w ill itlve me a ml I will write teie for you." The llldy h-lllllllid "If I IflVe you a tin-al. h.w do I know you w ill write nie en epitiii!i I like?" The trump re pll.'l. "I will write linlf of It, you lve lite MXIlrthlllK to .ill, noil then I will MiiUlt II. Wh.it Tiur o.imer' "Hit run," mild the woman, and the tramp T -te, Kir.th died of lute And i.eiit .'IraiKHl up lo lieaven'n Ke " Tli'U nail.ifai lory, hut hla ine.il ii-ior, -i Iw flulHhetl IiIn contrui't I y II IlllllR . "The AntH lul.rli-l t.M.k it rlttlt An I kn h'k" d h"ril"W il lo lleel.oulj,' liuiit ohewliiif ii not a modern tin I It Way Uo k In ltit lime of the Vetae the llindo-i iiilil.ii chewed truum. Hut then they were unclvlllxetl, and knew ll.i ln-ller. TlIK IIKST ltl"Mi:iY Full ltllElWIA TISM. I-Yiiii the FiUrhaveit tS. Y.) Iteirt!er. Mr. Jnmee Uowhuid, of thin village, alatee that fur twenty-five yearn hla wife lum lieen a eufrerer from rheuma tism. A few nltrhu oo alio wa in Bit. h puln t hut w wim nearly way. She at Mr. Itovvliunl for the doctor, hut he hud rend of (hiiiiil-orliUn' I'uln Italin anil liuiieHtl of R uiitf for the hy- itli liiii In went to the "tore and weoured a Untie of It. 1IU wife tltd not appn've of Mr. How liuid'it puivhane at flret, hut iieverthelemi applltvl the Italm thor oiii,'hl) and In in hotir'e tin wni ahte to uo lo el.fp. Sh ii, iw appll'-e II when ever ihe feeU iui nche or a pain and lln.U that It nlwuyw Rlvee relief, lie i- that no medicine which "he hail ueeil ever did Ifr lie much B'k1. The and f'O rem Mn fr anle by Itee Conn lrutt t'o. ).'0 KKWAItP. Th- riniilth llroth'-rhood hereby offer J:i) rewurd for the recovery f the laxly of John U. lleiidrlek-ion, who nv diMwne.l on May lt. AIJCX. HuhMAN. nnaneltU P re:ai y. A ChlcitKxi JuilKe h'tH ruled that It Is the c niMtltutloiml liKh: of a man to exp. i't .rate w hen nil I w'heit h ple.ine. and that ill- cxd t'tonitlun ordinance hl'.l 11 fiul. La G nppe a If you have hi the Grippe, H you know Its ach s and pai.is, R the fever, the chil s,the coogh, the depression you know them a l The Grippe exhausts the nervous syst:m quickly, lowers the vitality. Two thing;; shouli te done at oncet the bojy must be strength ened, and force must be given to the n-rvous system. Cod liver Oil will do tue first Hy pophosphitcs the second. These are perm inently and pleasantly combined in Scott's Emulsion. It lilts the despondency and heals the Inflamed membranes of the throat and lungs. But you need not nave LA GRIPPE. You can put your system In a condition unfavorable to it. You can have rich, red blood resistive strength ; steady brain and nerves. Scott's Emulsion prevents as well as cures. And whether you ser d or g-o for Scott's Emulsion, be sure you get the genuine. 9C0TT BOWNE, XtwYork. iPT AT VELESTINO A ThilllliKi Story of the GreHt lnt tie la Defense of Yolo. VJCTONY ll'HM.D IO DI-rKAT The l.rcclm (Ind Thrm Whipped Wbcl $ Shi met u I mil Myicriim Order In Hellcat W (litee. New York, -May It .-The Journal pub-lh- a i n' lennuu from HlOjiln-n Yhji-, who mot the buttle of Vcloatluo, where lii-ui-iul Hm..l"iikl hurlml biek Ivlliein r.chii Mr, t'inne "uy; "Ve.ui, ,.ib prov.-il Unit tlw ire'k "Idlt'ia, wli.-:i well .-., ,t,n ,,. pU,.. renefillly with tin- Turk", even thUth oiiimiiiil" Tt-d. Thle ball In hiui proved them kitat llitflii., ii,k fltflitem and Ktnyein, To U. eure, tlw army retri-at-e from Vfb-eiHHi, but It wua iui f,iul; of tlw army. The commander Ut hl rna.-m and cur.! wlum tlie order carne to retreat. He wue at tlmt time r fitily i-.iilioni of aiiiiew Kor three '! lie Iui,) been htillliiK the Turk buck und liiltlctliiK U"m them heavy lutMtH, Then come the order to fall back, due I i n veiw.ii or aomeihhiic In other p.iKto,, i;,,eiul rtmailellHkl knew 4 ioure bin retreat would lie at the eac rtlliv of V.d-i, and tie riiK-d. Hut or der mimt Ih- ol-yi-i, hence the oc:n patltet of I he Torkit llret of Veleeilno and litter of Volo. In tflw inlddle of th Int ixlcntlon of victory come tlie ordem to full buck. Why? I only arrived at noon of the Hcctind day. The Mil of i m. k "try wim tniiieiiilouB. Kriin a I 'llittmn. tt uua like teariiiit a cloth; 1 n.-ari-r It ou,nle.l like rain mi a r'Kif and Irnte up It wa Jiit a Khik e.raeh ufi.-r cnutli. Il wim a Ixoutlful Bound luullful li B I ever dreamed. It wan nioiv luipn-Mtive tlum the rour of Nl-auai-a and filter tlutn tJiuuder or ava li. urn Invnurn. it had Die wteul'-r of human tniKedy In It. It woe the mom Irautlful wiuud of my ex perl' -me, Uir lintc no yiiiiltiy. The crueh of It i an Vl.-al. The l.iui;!iter of tin1 Turku wan eiior iibiub Thu fliv of the (in-eka wub (i.-rce Hint tlw Turkleh aoldlem while itiuu'tcliitf ehleldtM their y.-e with tlieir 1 o.'mIb. i:iKlil chin ic e the Turkish ol-illi-m made on Saturday, and they mere i.luliei euih lime. Tlw Ji-Bperaie T.uklnh ca.olry even uttai-ked tlieir en emy on a Bleep, picky hill. The tn BJiie, uhked iiiulrtt were piocll- illy annihilated. Hcwrtred fratsmeittit ll-l nlouly Inn k, WvIiik ' plain I.Uuk Willi woiuidnl ami ih-ad mem aid hor'B. Kr-'iu a dletance h wua like a nam.-. There wan no blil, no ex pnanloii, no leror lo be aeon. All the ub'HuHii of the Turk thin day r-Buttel tllmuiiroUBly to them. The Uixvk trtKjiw f.UKht Willi a eteutllnnta of an Juried t"MkkeeioiB, iwver tired, never rotn pli'.nliiK. It won a imitriililcviii exhibi tion. The (irwka founht nil the time wllh the artillery fire tut ilwm, even In a miiBkotry lull, but nobody minded -uiylhlni:. The Turku were In Rrvat .it mi Im-in and ftniKht luntintlnt; t.i the , jr.vt-.ta of their rvlltrkiii. Hut the ,1'iixeka w.-re never dauiitttl and wtilp- pitl them well. Sonu'tluwJ tt wn llfc-ht-tnit uui'iiiK rlie it'iuut til Hit, a uneilint' IlKhllmii on the ifrecn piulna, but al ii aye the lireckB held their p.iltlon. When nlirht cm ne bIi'HIb burnt In fury. Pciillni! the durkneea. lly the led 11. i tie .t 1 Mint Ute wiiun.lcd taken lo Vol., Then- wan very little outcry aiii'MiK them. They were ln-i!iy Blle4it. I:i the gray early morning the nmskot ry lire U-khu ukiiIii. Il rititlol from hlU to hill; Uuterles n w .ike ami the whole play waa renamed. The Turk Mi truiw were auiM-riiM- to lltw of tlu- lireckB, who had moeily iiioiiiitiilu how -It sent. 1 wiilclud for a long time the blue ch'd linvk Infantry nuiivlUng Into po Bltltir ncrotiM a email plain. While I uiilch.-d the Turk changed ihcir at tack from the Creek right on the plain to the lirevk left tm the ivcky Wll. Then the lighting txvnme olncund from view. The tirecka lay In trenches itiitigly llattentvl ngaliwt liliedlrt, llrlng caivfiilly, while the Turk loomed clone before them. Kvory ridge was frlngeil ivilh sinoki. I aw aoldlers In the trctiehea eitne off and take a drink irom their canteens, twlnt their enrtrhlge Irt'lts to put I he tMnpty links tiehliul (hem, vr turn iirouiul to cay ttunelhlng to n comrade. They then went at It .igitin. 1 noiUtM tine lieutenant atiuid Ing up In the rear of a tiwich rolling a elgiuvlte, his lli wide apart. In this cureless attitude a shot went through his neck. Ills servant came from the trench ami knelt weeping over the body, regnrdleeB of the bat tle. The men had to drag him In by the legs. The tvservm conning up. posaeil a wayside sluUio. The men paused to cross themselves and pray. A shell struck the shrine .wnl demolished It. The men III the rear of the column wore obliged to prny to the spot where the shrine hud been. N.-ws came that the Turks hod trie! to turn the Hunk and failed. The Turks formed on the right and moved slowly acroe.. the plain and the battery tiened on them. I saw troop moving to the rear to prevent a poesi ble Hank attack In the direction of Vo lo. The lighting on the plain to the right begun. Musses of Turkish troops like shadows slowly moved forward to ward -the Greek trendies, Indicated on giny line of smoke. Shots began to rake the trenches on tlie hill and to also rake the battery to the rear. I hoped the Greeks on the plain would hurry and drive the Turks from their posi tion. They did It gallantly In a sliort ferocious Infantry fight. 'The bit of woods where the fight oc curred seemed on fire. There was a great rattling and " - then the Turka want out, defeated. There was general rejoicing all along the PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND Best Spring Remedy in People There ia one true aperiflo for dWriBi-a and that is I'aiiie'a celery oonipoon'1. o generally preeoibed bo phyaiciana. It ia probably the moat remarkable remedy that the acienlifie research in tbia country has produced. I'rof. Kdward M l'lielpa, M. I)., I.L. L of Dartmouth college, first prencril,) what ia now known tli world tive cure for dyspepaia, bilionmii-a, lin r complaint, oeuralgia, rheamatii.nl, all nerrona diaeaaea and kidney trouble. For the latter taine'i celery compoand baa anrceeded again and again where everything elae baa failed. Greek lines, the officers walked proudly, the men In the trendies grinned. Then mind you. Just at thlB lime, late lr. ilw afternoon, after another euccsnful day, came the order tt) retreat! MmolcsiBkl Iwl apparently mvlved the brunt of the fighting. Yet the cen U and left, near Karadjan and at lhaiultt, hail atailn retired. No one could expluln It. We were n aware of Die kltuathm they ruit-.!, but It seemed an extraiirilinary order. They sty Sm"lenkl wept. I went down t tlw reirat. A curloua thing was (hat the Turka seemed to understand the order as quickly aa we did. They moved up the batteries with startling rapidity for the Turks. The r-trvat wan not disorderly, but wrathful and siiil.ii. A regiment of Evsbwh, the klitcd men. 200 strong, came down to cover the retreat and In the twilight. I brightened by Turkish shells. the: Greeks slowly withdrew. Itooaie oloAi-s arfl downy cii.lilons bring only a negative rt of comnrt lo the woman uhi Is suffering with b 'tue ,11s. 'as- or demngi-ment t f the or giins dlBtlnctly feminine. Pome clothes nnd Bine positional make the pain and the discomfort seem lens. IVrhaiw the nerves are most ofTeoteJ and this In turn dlsfirb) the dlgew.hw. Nithlns will ever completely relieve but a rad ical eure. The rtart of eo-call, d "fe male cortplamtn" niay lie a very allKht thing tmlee l. Ii may lie that In th- he ttlmtliig some small hygtenle m'a.ure would stop the trouble. Certainly nt tills llm". a little bit of the riuht med icine would stop It. When the trouble becomes won't1, It 1s harder to cure, but still It can la? eurvd. Ir. Pit-rce's Favo rite Prescription will positively cure nny trou'ole of this character. It may l iitwihitely relied upon. It affonl.s 1-tMtltic relief to a woman whose nat ural modesty hn kept her from con sulting a phyck'kin. Send 21 cents In one-cent st.unps to World's I!spemsary Medical As--oc!a-tlon, ltuffalo. N. Y-. ami receive I)r. Pierce's 100S page "Commoo Siiae M.hI hal Adviser," profusely lllatrat. d. nUILDEHS AND CONTKACTOItS. If you want good lumber and lowest prices figure with the Oobel Mills. W. n. EDWARDS, agent. S.'.5 Commercial street, Astoria. THE OBJECTION NOT GOOD. j Therw are people who have objections to advertising matter In the oolumna of a newspaper. The ground of objection Is that they do not want to read ad vertisements. Now this objection Is not good, for oftentimes th.ve advertise ments convey valuable Information. : Kor Instance, how else would the trav- elmg public learn of the excellent din ing car service of the Wisconsin Cen tral lines between St. Taul nnd Chlcaso, or the general wmfort of traveling over this popular line. For particulars cull on the nearest ticket asent or address J. C. Pond. G. P. A.. Milwaukee, Wis., j or Geo. S. Tatty, General Agent. ."16 S;ark street, Portland, Or. "J In jmlUKl Signature Is printed In BLUB diagonally across tho ' 0UTS1DB wrapper of every , bottle of (the Original and Qenulne) Worcestershire SAUCE: 17 Xa a fnrtiier protactlom aiainsl aii imiuUoas. r AgsaU lor tb Ualtad 5Um, JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS, N. Y the World It Makes Well. Brining from a debilitated oerroos ayatem, nrer as Paine'i celery compound, a posi LIST YOUR Proptrty Win Us. CITT PROPEKTY TOD AT. We have a lot in XloClure's command ing the fliKst view In the whole city and convenient to the business portion of the city. Will sell ax a bargain. Summit avenue is on the crest of i he hill back from the water front and commands a vlewof the Columbia riwr, Young's bay and Pacific ocean. Is most de.rable location for residence, and corvsnlent. 100x100 for 1325. part cash. Is a great bargain. Three lots In block 23, Shlveley's; teh 50x100. Bargain at 12.100. Very easy terms. 75x75 corner block 15. Adair's, 11.500. Mtroet car and paved streets. Corner lot, S.1d and Franklin. 75x150, 4 houses, aJl rented. A bargain and easy terms. Lot 10, block 19. Alderbrook. Great bargain offered. WEST SIDE BARGAINS. A six room cottage, new, on lot 50x 100. Warrenton, 1750. Easy terms, or Installment plan. Lots 7 and 8. block H.Klndred Park; cheap for cash. Ut 21, block 27. New Astoria, with house, barn, cow, chichens, etc. Cheap at 1500. A BARGAIN 2tt acres near Flavel, $100 per acre, easy terms. BEACH PROPERTY. 200 acres Cne grasing land on North Necamle, J1.500. All clear. Easy terms. House, lot and barn In Holllday Park on Xecannicum. 1100, cash. A great bargain. 1G0 acres on Elk creek beach, 1200 fetit frontage. Beautiful tract, suit able for laying out In lots. Cheap and terms to suit Ten room house on North Beach, all furnished. Cot J1.500. Owner, who lives In the East, will sell for SS00. Lot 9, block 9. Ocean Grove, Sea side. House, blacksmith shop; well on property; Just like giving It away at J1.000. Sewn room house at Seaside; mrd ern Improvements; nicely located and cheap; terms easy. COUNTY LANDS. A FINE FARM of 120 acres on Up per Nehalem. About one-half of place timber land, balance pasture amd tilled land; $1,500 on easy terms; is a bargain. Store building, barn, large orchard, pasture land, tilled soil, twnprisee a beauUful place near Olney. We are prepared to offer It at a bargain. FOR RENT. FOR RENT 10-room house, $15 per month; 5-ivom house, $10 per month. 3 rooms near Clatsop Mill, $5 per month. 4 rooms near Clatsop MM $10 per month, upstairs. Small 4 room house near 4th and Exchange, $5 per month. FOR SA.LE. FOR SALE. 11 room lodging house cheap. Well located. Lots in Alderbrook. The most de slralbe residence portion of Astoria. Cheap and easy terms. If you wiah Uo sell your property list it with The Astoria Land &'Inv. Co. 355 Commercial St.. Astoria. Or . Printed matter descriptive of Astoria i mailed on application. FOR PORTLAND (Via Knappa, Clifton, Wejtport, and way lanillugs.) THE STEAMER H, C, 'ave Anuria every Sunday. Tuesday and Thursday at 6 p. in., taturtlsy at 7 a. in, Leaves Porlhird ewry Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 7 p. m.. a id Saturday at 9 p in. Landing att'athlamet on all down trips Towing and JobMnc .round Astoria every Sun day, Tuesday and Thursday. RKDUCKD RATKS. Jnformatlon foot of Mala street, Ft l btoun at uii-muKB, Agenu, TKANftPOKTATfON LIMK4. GO EAST i VIA i Library Car Route AMERICA'H SCENIC LINE. el ( Rock Ballast biaiag Car Carte The all-rail route to Kootenai mining district, via Seattle and Spokane Shortest and Quickest Line St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Chicago AND ALL POINTS EAST Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers, Dining and Library Observa tion Cars. Dally Trains ...Fast Time 8EKVICK AND SCESKKY t'XEAQL'EI.ED For tickets and full Information call on or address A. B. C. DENNISTON, C. P. T. A., Portland, Or. R C. STEVENS, O. W. P. A., Seattle. Going East? IF VOL) ARE, DO HOT FOHOET Three Important Points FIRST Go Ma the St. Paul because the lines to that point will afford you the very best aervlce. SECOND See that the coupon beyond St. Paul reads via the Wisconsin Cen tral because that Une makes close con nections with all the trans-continental lines entering the Union Depot there, ad Its service la first-class in every particular. THIRD For information, call on your neighbor and friend the nearest ticket agent and ask for a ticket read ing via the Wesconsin Central- lines. or address JAS. C. POND, General Passenger Agent, Milwaukee, Wis. Or GEO. S. BATTY, General Agent Portland, Oregon. WHITE COLLAR LINE STEAMER "Bill GATZERT" Portland-Astoria Steamers leave Portland dally as follows: Alder street dock 6:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Ash street dock 7 a. m. and 8 p. m. Leaves Astoria. C. R. and P. S. N. dock, 6:45 a-m. and 6:45 p. m. O. R. & N. dock. 7 a. m. and 7 pm. Saturday night steamer leaves Peru and from Aider street dock at ?:45 p. m. and Ash street dock at 10 p. m. Schedule Includes Sunday ntgfat boat out of Portland and Astoria, but no Sunday morning boat Night boat from Portland connects with Steamer "MILER" at Cathlamet at 5 a. m. daily except Monday for Weetport, Clifton and Knappa, and all landings on Oregoai side. U. B. SCOTT. President E. A, Seeley, Agent Portland. C. W. Stone, Agent, Astoria. Telephone No. IL east 5 Southern south Pacific. LKAVE TORTLAXD. ARRIVE. ' OVERLW i FX PUrSS for ali-m, ! Ko-ehnt.'. Aslii.tiul, 1:00 P. M. Mieraini'iit .. nuli-n, i;SJA-M. ; Sua Krannce, Mo- ' jave. L s Aiueles, ! Kl Paso, New Or- leans and tlie fast. S:30A. M.l Roseburg ramenger '4: P. M. Via WiHalliurn, for Mount Amiel, -11-verioiii Wis' Sv'in, Hrtiwnsvil.e, Spring Ili'U and Natron Iiaily except mi inlay. Paily except Suuilay. t":30 A. M. ti:W P. SI. Corvallis passenger. 15:50 P. M. Mi'ViniivllIf pa'r 't y. A. M. Daily, tPally except Suuday. Idrect eonnectlon at San Franelieo wi'h Oc cidental i Oriental aud Paelfle Mail steam ship lines .f.-r JAPAN 4M1 lllI.Ml. Siilllnit date, on itp.'lfealinn. Rates and tickets to Eastern points and Eu iope. AN,. JAPAN. t'HIXA. HOSOl.l l.l' and AUSTRALIA I an be olnmiu'it fr in J. B. KIKllLA.ND, Ticket Agnt, 1S4 Third at. YAMHILL DIVISION. Passenger Depot, foot cf Jcffers u at. Leave lor OSWKGO ilailv at 7 .-O a m.. 12:15, 1:4."., 5:2.i, :4., HiO'. p. III.; (11:39 p. III. on Sutunlava only), aim 8 tUn.ni.. and .'CIO n. ni. on Siuiilavs only. Arriv.-at pur land dally a' 7:10. 8:la. m.: M, 4:1-5. 6::tt, 7:.vt p. in iann lo a in., '3:15 and 5:10 p. in. on cuu dityaonlyi. Deave lor SHERIDAN d.llv except Suutlay at 4:3U p. m. Airive at Peril mil : a. in: Leave for Alrlle Miuirtays, Wedne divs and Prid::y ' at. :) a. nt. Arrive at Poilhunt Tuesday, Thursday and haturdays nt 3:05 p. in. Except Sunday, Except Saturday. R. K0EIILEB, Manager, E. P.R 'GERS. Asst. Hen. F. & P, Agt. OA8TOIUA. Til f- J - - ,, TRANSPORT ATIOW LINKS. 0.R.&K GIVES CHOICE OF -2 Transcontinental ROUTES. Via Spokaue and St. Paul Via Ogden, Denver and Omaha op St. Pan) Pullman and Tourist Sleepers Free Reclining; Chair Cars Astoria to Sao Fracelseo. Stage of Cal., Monday, May 1. Columbia, Saturday, May t. State of Cal., Thursday, May 11 Columbia, Tuesday, May 18. State of Cal., Sunday, May 23. Columbia, Friday, May 28. For rates and general tnrormaaon saO oa or address O. W. LOrjNBBERHT. As-sat. W. H. HTJRLBURT, Qsa. Pas. Agt.. Portland. Or. e. McNeill. President and Maaagsr. Two routes east. 1025 miles 1047 minutes the world's record for lonf distance fast running held by the Burlington Route. February 15, a special train made the run over its Bnes from Chi cago to Denver, a dis tance of 1025 miles, in the unprecedented time of 18 hours and 53 minutes. Al lowing for stops the time was 17 hours and 27 Min utes, and the average rata of upeed 6S mites aa hour. Write for booklet telling bow run was made. Write also for Inf ormatlon about rates and train aervlce, via the Burlington Route, to Omaha, Kansas City, St Louis. Chicago, and all other Southern and East ern cities. Two routes east: via Bil lings, Mont, and St. Paul. Minn. C. SHELDON, Gen'l Agent Port land, Oregon. Are You joiii East? Ba sure and see that your ticket' reads na THE NORTH-WESTERN LINE. 0 CHICAGO. ST. PAUL,, MINNEAPOLIS an OMAHA RAILWAYS. This 1 the GREAT SHORT LINE Betweaa DULUTH. ST. PAUL. CHICAGO And all Points East and South. Their Magnificent Track, Peerless Ves tlbuled Dining and Bleeping Car Trains and Motto: "ALWAYS ON TIME " Have given this road a national reputa tion. All classea of passengers carried on the vestlbuled trains without extra charge. Ship your freight and travel over this famoua Una Ail agents bar tickets. W. H. MEAD. F. C. 8AViGE. Gen. Agent. Trav. F. and P. Agt. US Washington at, Portland. Or. Milwaukee! St.- B,ii J This Railway Company Operates Its trains on the famous block system : Lights Its trains by electricity through out: Uses the celebrated electric berth read- In lamD: Runs splendidly equipped passenger trains every day and night between St. Paul and Chicago; the Chicago, nilwaukee & St. Paul Also operates steam-heated vestlbuled trains, carrying the latest private compartment cars, library buffet smoking cars, and palace drawing room sleepers. Parlor cars, free reclining chair' cars and thi very beat dining- car service. For lowest rates to any point In the United States or Canada, apply ' to ticket agent or address C. J. EDDT' General Agent Portland, Or.' J. W. CASET, Trav. Pass. Agent life.