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i THE DAILY ASTORIA N. TIESDAY MORNING JINK . IIW7. row gaily glotoriau JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor. Telephone No. 61 terms or srnscitirrioN. DAILY. Sent by rrutil, per year Sent by mail, per month.. Served by carrier, per month... .J.00 . .50 . ,4S WEEKLY. Bent by mall, per year $2 In advance. Postage free to subscribers. All communications Intended for publi cation should be directed to the editor. Uut-Uii'sa communications of all kinds and remittance must be addressed to The Astorlan. The Astorlan guarantees to Its sub scribers the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia river. Advertising rates can be had on appli cation to the business manager. The Weekly Astorlan, the second old est weekly in the state of Oregon, has, next to the Portland Oregon lan, the largest weekly circulation In the state. John F. Handler & Co. ure our Port land agents, and copies of the Astorlan can be had every morning at their stand, 14 Third street. tlon along sound 'ami steady buxltirys llm. Sitting bnok for the "other fol low" to take the load n.l do the wvrk, while we drnw mnn and vll Ixnd In ImuKlntttloii, will acconillh nothing, but nuy lose the lubor of years In severing the rtrt railroad. How did Sisttthv Sj.o krino antl Chlongo accomillh Hitch grand ivkuHh? How are lhy protfewlng nowT Why, evoryliody was for Seattle flint rxeryboly put his shoulder to the ?io k.mo wheel .in.1 everhody slmiilrd "CM' cago," morning, luwn mil night and a hen any one canto alone who knew how to mako car wheels and v.uu..l to do I'lisiiiesH, th took w i-to-k in his oomvrn, lonatel him the nest !.' n town. Rave him five taxes for two yours. if they did not haw the mono;- to p.iy lor u?or!i'tlons to his to-k, ihcv i:. o htm a town lot Vr an .ntv. If a tn.m put In an ajipeuram with nton.'v, i'ropoMd to ni:inuf:i."tur il.xir, htis. iron or anything !. a Chicago, st attic or PiK'kane Kvirvl of trade never nllowrd him to v.an.ier about town mIoh". to bo disgusted by some real ratine shark, hut they gave him the grasp of fellowship and everything else neoxsaary to secure his location with them. After a while, when workmen tilled up the factories. foundries, mills and shipyards, town lots sold themselves and solid business blocks prang up ami took tit place of tents and shacks. ; It will go... i; i Right to the spot ' Ayer't Hair Vigor will go K ; ! right to that KtUl iot ami ; begiu to bruit? the bair back. ; ii It Makes i Hair Grow. MARINE NEWS. HIUII WAtKK. ' LOW W4TSH. OAtK. j A. . ;', P. . ;! a: H.,"K li.ni ft Inn ft Ii in ft h m tl Tii'iiiYiiy. v MtitTr, YrJ. :Mai I'HTIH wetliimty w TkMiO'MwTS' I l I' U Thiirsdny u! h'iii' ie, ..VI!ii!i trlihiv , to . o . a ,v ,1 ,vi ii ii Xniunl.ty I." II .".'s lii iSj a Mi nn suiutnv . i ; : is r ii ' i :i Mmulsv. Hi 1 os.7.1 . l.'i I " THK STAOK OK WATKU. .1 K s -i s 1 : it u :i it MVilN. Tin-: oiukctiox not coon. Tlie re are people who have objivtlons to adverilsing matter lu the columns of a newspaper. The ground of objection Is that they do not want to read ad vertlsvmonts. Now this objection Is not p'M, for oftentlm-s tlvwe ai).vi'tlse itients convey valuable Information. For Instance, how else would the trav eling public learn of the excellent din- tng car service of the Wisconsin Can tral llnt between St. Paul and Chicago, or the general comfort of traveling over this popular line, for particulars call on the iH-uvst ticket agvtit or adlrea J. C. Pond, U. P. A.. Milwaukee, Wis., or Geo. S. natty. GeneraJ Agent, Zlt Stark street, Portland, Or. t r V s clill , loir I'orilnud. Or ..... '.'I.T oi I The I Mil. -, or . I tnaililii, Or. , .n 7 Vm .lijmi ; ri-li X eiiaieiuv -ii ' s, ' .ii :i I eu i-Uiii, ll;ilii !.V .0 It W i l. r, IIhIi... s . .ii 1 MA KINK XOTK.S s'o a a. r At! i:ic- aril. 1..00 :ia :i -in r ii 'Miy.o gT0i I I J t 11 w rnl Tlirve plavs by Carmen Sylvia, the vjuoen of Komanl.i. were recently prod- -cl at Ihiehanst. and are said to have This Indomitable spirit of had a genuine success. enterprise alone will make a city and commercial center, and without it no railroad has ever nor can ever make a town. What Astoria wants is business busi ness judcmeni In Its men and hard aork day and night, by old and young. on Just one line the crwitlo.1 of business In Astoria. There nrist be no room left ! here for Idlers a rnl speculators, nnd no I tolerance for jealousies or Internal lis- There 1 no Joy In the world junl to the happiness of motherhood. A woman's health Is her dearest possession. Hood looks, good times, hnpplness, love and Its continuance, depend on her health. Al most all of the sickness of worm l traceabla directly or Indirectly to some derangement of the orgnns distinctly feminine. Troubles of this kind are often neglected because a very natural and proper ntotlesty ke,ps women away from physicians, whose Insistence upon exam sonslons. It there be such a taking Ination and local treatment Is generally ! hold of the Astoria proposition as was displayed by city of purpo: j it is beaten, ami live years will see growing, active and prosporoi!. com.ner c!al Krt at the mouth of the Columbia. ; the pride of the stale and a factor In 1 I the business of the world. as useless as It Is common. Tr. Ptenv's Favorite Prescription will do more fr th.m than 59 doctors In It will do A XEiV SPIRIT NEEDED. "Tlie ""time has arrived for serious thought on the part of the cltiiens of Astoria, and upon fc action taken In tne Immediate future and the line of policy pursued will depend whether "his generation ever sees a lar! and prosper ous city here or not. Astoria wants beautiful parks, boulevards, driveways. line streets and a seawall. Some time' In the future she will doubtless have tkem alL To Uilk ahsut them and plan i for the embellishment of the city Is very' . meet and commendable, when there is nothing else' to do. The main juestion : before Astoria is the practical one of what Is neVded now to advance the In Wrests of the community and see'ire the ' 1 greatest possible benefits from the ( chaiwtJ conditions which will soon con- DtAI, GENTLY WITH THE STOMACH front the people at the mo jth of tne Co lumbia. Idle speculation and talk will If It proves refractory, mild discipline Is The laruest newspaper circulation In not put Astoria one Inch In advance of the thing to set it right. Not all the nau-Iwurld Is that of the Paris Petit Journ.il, ,'seous draughts and boluses ever invented which averages more than l.T'. ) copies can do half as much to remedy Its dls-1 per day. orders as a few wlneglassfuls say, three a aay-01 iiosieuer 5 oiomacn inner. . pn,.P .h r. r .,fc,n. Th- Irw-itT HMir-u.) -.tnA hr.l fnnh! fnr ! which will nffnptl It sruvdr n-H.f. nn.l!. .... .... .- . " 1 - lruiiiuiapoits, mu., writes: "i nave nvvtr railroad will be in operation this fa!L ! eventually banish every dyspeptic w.d More given a testimonial in my life Tt kn a-aa amn.l t v. I . .r 1 s .1 ' r vi iMfet naa iuid iuom jivj:vtr4 a-vis, why Is It b?ing built? What will Sixikan, with that tenj that never knows when more than the humlrclth di-tor can un less he prescribes It. It Is a prescription of Iir. It. V. Pierce, who for X years has l-en chief consulting physician o." til World's Dispensary and Invalids' it Huffalo. New York. S-nd n one-cent stamps to cover rust of mallinir only, and set his urat l.oc. TV l'eOtl?'s Common Sense Medl.-:il Ad vis,-r, absolutely free. The steamer W illi a t:i'ii, i.tl 1 Il'Mii.-i' ar.'iie.l Suti.i 1 aixo itoin .ia I'riiiicl-,', The sK.ilucr ("uhinibl.t sail.' I Sand iy for S.111 rr.iiiclsco ttlth a I :t r freight and p-isseiiiier list. The Alice l-lanchard arrhcl ycr lny from Sui I-anclsco with a general cargo and at .nice left up the rl.'or. Word was tvo-lv '.I fr-vn Ctn.am Oor diner Sunday morning that he hud just arrived safety In Sin PraneUco with the Jessie and party, after a voyage of three days. The steamer SUti.il arrived Sun.liy from Seattle with a cargo of tM tons of civil, which Is being discharged at tlir O. It. - N. bunkers. She will load lum ber at Knapjuon for San Trail -Noo. The rners continue to full. At Port land the river showed :t.T fee! yesterday morning. It is fallliiK at the rite of one half a fool a day. The rivers will f:, several days and then ui.iv r.-nniln ,.t.i- tionarv. but a furtlnr material rise ' not exisvted. TEKRin.K ACCI!i:NT.-It Is at.r rlb'e accident to be bunie-l or scil-l.-d, but the p.iln and agony ami frlgh'f'.il disfigurement ca:i I" quickly oven' Mile llati 1. 1 without leaving a scar by using lr. WUfs Witch Haicl Sahe. Charles Movers. ANcficUiMo Prcpardlion ForAs sl mil. I (it ihc fvHxl mul KovJ ula tliig the bumuvtlii uiul IVvwcb of lomolfs Diioslion.f hcrtful ncsnikllwt.Contdlns neither 0mim.Moriliiiie wr Miiuiral. Nor Nahcotic. Akeyv tftA OSlM UmtHM WIm SmJ Ji Jmm in Cm mt$Jt t Itmm S4 Apfrfecl Romctly forrortilivv lion. Sour Sturtkich.DiairtkKM and Loss of Sleep. Tax Simile Siv'nnlure of NEW S'OWK. rxacT copy or wrapper. SEE THAT THE FAC-SlMILE SIGNATURE op IS ON THE WRAPPER OF EVERY BOTTIaK OF CwlorU ii pit cti U oi-!i Mtl.s oatr, It It tut telil la bilk. Pro'l l'.o kiifcus Is mU Jos inrU.iiuf ! en ti f or promlM tlsl ll i t.. ' . 1 . . 11. . 1 . S 11 Jl.1V 9 fwu sua will air vtvry par bom. 1 - Bs) tast Tt t C A 8-T 0 K-I a. - " til M.I... M nan ry . yvrizzr u Hustler's Astoria Twentieth St. nnd McKee Ave. where she stands. It is plain that some body must do something. Whj is to do it, and what must they do? I and! But I will say that for three years we vousness. sauowiess 01 tne complexion. tave w,thout chamberlain's fur upon tne tongue, vertigo, and those the ! Colic anil Cholera and ninrrhrpii Tiom. road do when It is completed? Is It many indescribable and disagreeable son- L,j,. In tne hou8e. , ,. -... ou. merely a Bcheme of speculation to sell j aationa caused by Indigestion, are too a8 90OO thnk of wlng wtnou, rtour u town lots, or it It to bear a part in toe j often PeTetuated In Injudicious do.-ing. a botte of tn the ,um eommerc, of world and b the means f . . .. . . season. Me have used It with nil three upbuilding UinJ enlarging the business the first step ln dlrecllon of J curpaot ,lmnlv ,n , nir alwolutely. It is all rlitht, and anyone who tries it will f nd It so." Kor sal- l.y Ilstes-Conn Drug Co. U hen a woman hi v. 'l-t learns to i. -aki-with h-T foot she thinks th. r.- Isn't am thliiR more about h. . lni; for !i r to know. "They are dandles" said This. Pow ers, of the Crocket, Texas. Enterprise while wiitlng about PeWltt'sIJttle Kar ly P.isers, the famous Utile pills rr sick headache and disorders of the stomach and liver. Charles Rogers. Good Reason Why Lots ...Are Selling:... ! of this port, earning profits for its ow n-; cure; the next step the use of this stand ard tonic alterative, which has received the highest medical sanction and won unprecedented popularity. ers and aiding et.ry inerchai and clt Ixen of the place to do a prosperous bus iness? Is the railroad to make it possible .a vutKliult lii.rr. matinfacfnrl.s ,f ! Mr. Isaac Horner, proprietor of the nous niiius. auroci. m-.e .m .uu;iiij,wii . VjUnoa House, Burton, W. V.. and and Industrious population, whose busy j one of the most widely known mn In hands will not only make tneiaselves . the state, was cured of rheumatism after three years of suffering. He says: "1 In the southern province of Russl 1 a drink resembling brandy is ohtaln.il by distilling the Juice of the watermellon. "There's no use In talking." says W. H. Iiroadwell, druggist, ha Cygne, Kas have not sufficient command of language "Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and IHar to convey any Idea of what I suffered, I rhoj Remedy does the work. After taking lrvdependent, but add to the material wealth of all the world, or Is It only for I show? If the road was orojccte.1 for 1 my physicians told me that nothing could medicines of my own preparation md business purposes, how are thosj pur-, be done for me and my friends were fully those of others, I took a dose of Cnarn poses to be accomplished? The careful consideration jf these convinced that nothing but death would inenains and it helped me: a second j relieve me of my suffering. In June, 1T4, 1 "ose cured me. Candidly ami ronsr ien Mr. Evens, then salesman for the Wheel- liously I can recommend It as the best questions by any sane man can lesult , r,e Drug Co., recommended Chamlnr- thl"8 n the market. The 23 nnd ft) cent In but one conclusion, and the man w ho Main's Pain Balm. At this time my foot sizes for sale by Kst. s-Conn Drug Co. thinks he can sit Idly by at his ease cn ' and llmb were swollen to more than iourie tneir normal size and It seemed On a small Island, not three acres In The woman who Is ashamed to ti ll that she Is earning her own living Is not very apt to uake a howling sucress of It. Hundred of thousands have tieen in duced to try 'bamls rlain's Cough Ri-m dy by re.n.'lng what It has done for others, nnd having tested Its merits lor themselves are today Its w irnv t filent-. Por sale by Kstes-fonn 1'rue (';. Ilicyclin these ple.isunt eentnis 1 Pleasure Imluk-ed In by those w bo the wlnt.r rev. .,l In the theatres Not only plies f the very worst kind can be cured by DeWltt's Witch IPir.el Salve, but eczema, scalds, burns, bruls Is bolls, ulcers and all other skin troubles can be Instantly relieved by the same remedy. Charles Rogers. Siluutt'ti mi thf south sitli of Ai-toriaV hiPt. Twtnty tU'pvi! Wiiruiwi mul Vfjftatioi) days in iiilvrtiict' of tin North sttl Mncuiifent sites f r i''S itlt'iict's, ovprlookinj; rivtt niiil hay, siinnv and shol tort'tl. si . 1 Jjusv iiiut nuturiil raiitp; litti or no pratlinn iicciIihI ASTORIA INVESTMENT CO. 482 Bond Street. itt nj" 1-1 BCFORC o AFTER MANHOOD RESTORED f VlbUlu.t,tli.r.si iit tlon of s tsiiHius 'mnrli ihjriUi'Un, will quickly cut 'mi of : ta-r. von. or (lu wm. id ih. H'r.mv i.rKtu... . m u ft M.'oit I'MomiiU. I'slll.lll III" M wl.,MmlhM aiiuwU .. ,TV,. m itiu. I'lmilr. t'llQlllvs. 1,1 M.rry, .tl..lMUli4 Prslns, V.rlrssili . "A t'ofittltHiU'tn. II .UM1. sd lsis hr iinir tr rlirlil. prvrto ini, k. til m of i'ehf m, whleb It nulcherhl )H,ts Ut hfiemislorrtHi. mt an Hi. horrors i4 lnipawr. it n:sir. njioumri, kidii.rssii't ihfnriturrnnr.M.uf auunpunusa f ' m n V V .in.n,lhn. ami M.lint .maJ I w.&k nrvaua. Tii rmiion ufTrrrs sr. no! raisl hr Iss uir. I. heii. nln.ty pet rnl are trmtiled wtlh Psitallllft. CX ' 11 hKM K I. tliefttiljr known frmt to rtin,wlihml .11 nf-mUun. si.iiriln,',nk .. a wrlii.n(nsrniMitiTnand mniwr rinnnl If i isntsi itor. nut ailocl a iwruuwoi I (uta IjjO hoi, ut (V,r ',uj, l. mslL MrnU for raiactrruUr slid iratimoaisJs, AOdreM D A Vo L H KDICIX tu, K U Uol Vl Bu rrsiwtsco, Cat JV MW tm CHAB ROUEItS, 469 Commercial Htrset. some corner lot until the railroad brings . along a tenderfoot from the j..as: who ! to me my leg would burst, but Boon after I extent, off the coast of Chile, there Is a I began using the Pain Balm the swell- d.-oslt of VX(i ton of iruano. win give mm a iaouious sum ior tne Ing began to decrease, the pain to leave, K"1 Wl vM 3 Btrai, Mill , vvimi-jri lll.il I (till fHlir"!! ITjj. VV It I1 t 1' T cured. For sale bv Estes-Conn Dm Cr, cuiwut, vuili tllie. cure no pay. For sale at Es- tlnue to sit there until Father Time calls him elsewhere. The building of ih rail road is only the beginning of better I Twenty-six years ago 230 of the leading teS-COMl DrUfiT Store. thlmrs. and of Itself can do nothing r.J dKtorn of England issue,! a caution ary - , . . . . , i declaration against the use of alchohol nminM van ictiij jjui vii anu wear , ,, , In mHlcai practice. tne mils or civic life, there must bt rev enue producing enterprises nere and work to do for a largely Increased population to help bear the burdens of a taxation al ready too heavy for the people. There must be some means devised ihat will render it unnecessary for property-owners to borrow money with which to pay hfcir taes. It is evident to the most casual ob Ktrver that the railioad was pn'ected and Is being built as a simple straight business proposition. Seventy - five pound English steel rails, the heaviest cedar piling, steel bridges, stone ballast and modern equipment are not usually purchased and put into a railroad plant on mere speculation. The road is being built to handle the heaviest traffic the teas and silks of the Orient for distribu tion In the East; the wheat flour and the lumber, fish and Jairy products of expor? to thT countries of the Old World; th elumber, fish and dairy products of Clatsop county to the Interior. Before the road can aecurj this traffic there must be the means here for producing traffic and for loading and unloedir.g h!ps. There must be saw mills, flour mills, as well as shipyards, dry docks and elevators. Last and not least, but rather above all. connections and ar rangements must be mad-? with transcon tinental roids for through service and through rates. These are the practical things that demar, I the Immediate and serious attention of every business man In the city. The mere building of the road, with all Its heavy rails ind substan tial equipment, will not produce these In dlsixjmiible accessories. They cn only be secured by determined and united ac- In lWrt the number of Bibles printed In England was 81, 157; in M, there were 3, !:i)K) copies published. Some for ten, some for twenty and some for thirty years have suffered from plies and then have been quickly and permanently cured by using De- witt's Witch Hazel Salve, the great remedy for piles and all forms of skin diseases. Charles Rogers. Scott's Emulsion is maie op of the most essential elements that go to nourish the body. Where the appetite is varying or lacking;, it in creases it, and 7. here digestion is weak, it aids it to perform its function in a more vigorous way. It enriches the blcod, makes healthy flesh ar.d cures chronic coughs and colds by making it possible f zt the body to resist disease. Our friends tell us "IT Wohks Wonders" but we never like to over-ctate the merits of our remedy even when it has been tested and tried for cvcrtwcnty-fivcyears. If you wi 1 ask for it, we will send you a book telling you more about th: subject than we can put .1 a iz ;r w-rus. Goto yovri.-; ?Con' Emul sion- I wo t-zez, cU znd 51.00. SCOTT & DOW SE, NtwYork. Economy Is something that everyody tries to practice, and yet Just a little oversight will sometimes rob the most frugal and thrifty family of a year's sav Ings. You want to do as J. P. Hick mann, of Montlcello, Ga., did. lie w rites for six years I have kept Simmons Liver Regulator ln my house, and used It in my family, and have had no need for a doctor. I have five as healthy children as you can find." Lansing, Jllch., attributes the falling off In the number of Its saloons to the bl- eycle. W. B. Johnson, Newark, O., says, "One Minute Cugh Cure saved my only child from dying by crouo ." It haa ave-1 thousands of others suffering from croup, pneumonia, bronchitis and other serious throat and lung troubles. Charles Rogers. A Mltiy Monday trie hotisekeejiers w no ire ll'le ting the washing 'ut of the th s.uils si,.i n i;,.t. way. Most coughs may be cured In a l hours or at any rate In n few days, by th ue of Ayer's fTierry Pectoral With such a prompt and sure remedy as ihis at hand, there Is no need of prolonging tne agony tor wcegs and montns. iM-ep this remedy In your house. It Is a great blow to the lover of straw berries to iliseovtr that they lire positively poisonous to the blood. Health and happiness nre. relative con. illtlona; at any rate, there can lie littb happiness without health. To give the body Its full measure of strength and en ergy, the blood should lie kept pure and vigorous, by the use of Ayer's Sarsnprllla. The strawberry festival Is now the great church, function by menas of which many debts are dissipated. Sick headache can b quickly and com pletely overcome by using thooe famous little pills krvnn as "DeWltt's Little Early Risers." Charles Rog-rs. The man who Is good to his mother won't go far wrong In his treatment of other women. tl t cl z.-i. o ft. M Br osiar nr. peua 1 ellow nsris fill. This wundrtiul remedy 3 MANHOOD RESTORED ltiisruuireiioc!irtii ocrvousuiMMrt, uh Wruli Memory lttl( liisin rowci, jiraunenr, w Hgriuiucst, ti jnaniUXMl, Mglltly Kmt. 10111, Nervousuru, ail drains, luaa of power III Of nrrallve Oijio. of eilhrr sex. Mused by oyer etrrtkm, ymilhfiil error., nee lye use of imacro.upiumnrwimutanta. wnim lesa l.i Inrirnuty, Conanmption or Inwniiy. Can berarrird In ye pocket. eo per li, 6 drr Is by mail tirrtaud CirruUr Free. Hold by all drugglMs Ak .'or II. Ukenootlirr. .lunnesnureii or me reau Mfiicine 10 . Pan.. Kfmire I sue Ihirla tout Lu., UistributlugSKCoU. TtiuU tud Yaoihlll bl. , Coitlaud. Or. J. W. CONN, Ageoi. Aaiun. WHITC COLLAR LC Portland-Astoria Htellor lrv IMrllimd daUly M rIUv: Alder sitwt disk : a, nt, MJid 7;46 p. 111. Ash irl I,M'I 7 And II p. in. Ivos Aat"H C, II, and I'. H. N. 'I''' ' 44 and :4& p, in. t. II. N. do. k. T a, 111. and 7 p lib Kttturduy nltfltf itiiii leaves) I'ort. and fis'tn Ald-- 'l'M' p, 111. mul Ash atrpeC dock at 10 tv ill, rwdiwliila InaluilM Hin4r nil lHt out of iriljvd sjmI AatUtrts tun no riundajr iiwraiD xl Nlffcl IsHit from Portland onit"i w-lth Steamer "MU I K" at Calhlamet I ' W ion Monday tr Westport, Cllft.n a4 KnaiUMi. and all landings on Or wtdv. IT. II. HCuTT, ITmIiUsL K. A. feeley. Agent, rurltaml. C. V. Htotus Agonl. AUi'l Telephmis No, II. Marshall & Company's Twine 13 1 111 ore, Sniiborti .ns.li fnnit tlio nulla for 1?T flahinf. Kvery lutll gimrantcnl, I'leauw rirt any Imi-rfw tlmm. HKW Atli; of IMI TATIONS. Kvrry ball must I tnaikfj MARSHALL CO.. HllllKWHIiritr MII.LH." Manufactures) fnun ssts'a4 flax sp.s tally fr C 'I.I'MIU A litVKIl rilHIINO. Hsn that every ball bears Ilia MARSHALL lM. . T, . . 10. II, 13. 11. II ply 4U S. l:, IS, II, IS, 11. ply W. 7. . . ID ply 30's, IrtlLODD PQISOIJ IrtA 5PECIALTYa:,r.'S: u nary III ul I uislis; asiiuiaiHir urcdlnUioa&aaf . V ur.iitwiiMinia) Imnis t1 'f ..nis ,f Msian.ler MU.id.raa, Jljr, If T""l'" lt-rilr, nah.rvil, w Lraettiinbr rllrsU fsieaii.l b lalhillaand S arr. It fall la rm I f e Innlum luar- rury, iikiui tiiaii, anil rs arhaa au4 I.aift. M ucitua 1 alrh In tr,mih. H,,r Thrqail, I'ioiplva, 4'iir 'ilird hMila, I lrr uai nj nn vi ma is-ir. ii nir nr r 1 eil(a railing auI, It k I Ma Seesiudsry til.lMilt I'OlsoS ttpgusraint0Uivurt W 0 as.41. a ue .tubal, aaiotaaaa anil rhalleima) Urn noibl fr a 1 w irnnit rurr. 1 10a o.mm Ii aiaara bniil thvaklll of IhS lunl ruiliienl .l, ,.. tuna, SiaOo.tHMi paiHl Uliitil our at,i)js nalasjaraily. AUas'lole lireer. K.e ,.alc4 is llrall n. Air. I milk III HI1IV (JUw ILlm f :T ! KIRK I.N Tl'.l.sro. S.iii Kranels-o, June 7. Another big bbize 'M ciirred In the southern part of the cty toiliiy. The lumber yards at' i tne Triiekce I.umle r Co., owned by Mrs. Kruger, were compl. tely burned out. en tailing a loss of alsiiit .'i,'Hi. The fire started In the sawdust bin shortly after the men returned from lunch this after noon, and In less than an hour after It was llrst discovered nothing but n pile of nmoklng ruins remained. TUANNI'OltTATIII.N I. INKS). MKT A TRA'JIC HEATH. Pendleton, Or., June 7. The news coin' s from Grant county of the tragic dentil of Jeff I'orb'y, bis cabin In the moun tains. He went to the creek to g' t water, and as he stoosl over, a pistol fell from bis belt .ignlnst the pull he wits nrrylng, il!ci;uKlng the wenpon, the bullet passing through his body, Corl. y lied the following day, as he whs In Iiik curried to bis home, f'orlcy was the son ol n wealthy sheepman of this county. Spinach Is rne for the complexion. During the last twelve years the British empire has added Z, W,Vf square miles to its possessions. Don't thin your blood with sassafras or poison It with blue-mans: but aid Xaiture by using DeWltt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills for con stipation, biliousness and stoma-ah and liver trouble. They are purely veget I able. Charles Rogers. And now the people who have rented a seven by nine cottage for the summer talk with effrontery of their "country I house." Don't nepleet a cough because the weather is pleanajit; lief one the next j storm rolls around It may develop Into la serious difficulty beyond repair. One Minute Cough Cure Is easy to take and will do what ks name Implies. I Charles Rogers. SILT u u u y i M'Hit tfrturii!g and d: fl aring of Itching, burning, scaly rliin an I s :iip humors is in stantly relieved by a warm hath with C'i.ti ei ha rk)!', a single ap iiiatlonof Ci tp i ba fointiii'iit;. the Treat akin cure, and a full dose of CUTHa iiA KKsolvkmt, ereatest of bhssl purifiers aud buiuor cures, wtiea all else falls. Bticura JiaMilthrotiirhmrlthaworl'l. PorriProiDCniK. Cuar., frcsa., Boatoa. " Hmr to Cora 8.ltKlMum,"fr. FALLING MfXP"- KI'ITOItH ON THK HOI'M). Tieoma, June ".The ('iillfortila Press Asuochitlon arrived here this evening on its annual outing trip and left on the sieiirm-r Klnston for llrltlsh Columbia, after an Informal reception tendered then by the Tacoma Press flub and the chamber of commerce. The visitors will return here Wednesday night. Are You (toni East. Tut sure and see that your ticket reads via THE KORTH.WESTERN iB LINE. 1 ..,b. ! CHICAGO. ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS - ai 4 - OMAHA RAILWAYS. This is th GREAT SHORT LINK Between DULUTH, ST. PAUL. CHICAGO And all Points Kat and South. San Francisco TO Astoria and Portland VIA Eureka, Cal. and Coos liny. S. S. HOMER Will Make Iieular Trips Kvery 14 Days, I'nswDcers nnd Freight at Reduced Rates. Their Magnificent Track, Pesrlfss Ves- tlbuled Dining and Bleeping Car Trains anJ Motto: "ALWAYS ON TIMe " Have given this road a national reputa tion. All clauses of passengers carried on the veetlbuled trains without itra charge. Hhlp your freight and travel over this famous line. All agents have tickets. W. H. MEAD, V. C. BAVAaDJ, Qen. Agent Trav. F. and P. Aft 2S Washington St., Portland, Or. SEASIDE SflWIVIILL. A complete stock of lumber on hand In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rus tic, celling and all kinds of finish; mold ings and shingles. Terms reasonable and prices at bedrock. All orders promptly attended to. Office and yard at mill. H F L. LOGAN, Seaside, Oregon. Proprietor, 1 Miaeuoia lauuils. CUlCAUO, , .SNAP A KODAK. at any man euinliii out o nur atore and you'll get a portrait ut a man brlmmliis ovsr with luruaul tlioua-hia. Hueli quitllly lu the lliju.a. w have tovffer are pihiiikIi t lilra.o any man. COM if AND THY Tl I KM Huanns & co. AHTOHIA IKON WOWKM Front Ht., foot of th. Astoria. General Macninists and Boiler Mak ei Land an Mar En(inaa. P.jll., ,, Si.aai oat tni Cannary Wurh a SfKiait,, Caailnta of All Dafrlr.tlnn M.la u OrJar na Shorl Notlra. John ro....PrHil.lent and flutrfrlntendent - a rrMl Becretarj Aatorla Havings Dank Tn-aeurer J. B. WYATT, Aatoria, Oragea Phone No. 6H Hard wore, Ship Clinnrllcry, Orocerlen, ProvinioriH, PAINTH and OILM. Special Attention Paid to Supplying Ship.. to Balsam of r,.,.,. 1 " '' ' Ctibebs or Injfictioris nn.'' v J. ' CURE IN 40 HOUrtl'1'"'' ine ame oueast's with out Inconvenienre. aTnSuT! 1 . n"" l"nnona iii7'h '"' " rr,". iil-l, nprmai.irrli.i.; Vlhliaa, un natural .Ii. "r.au aootaaloa. ll.,ni,f murniia rHtFM OiiiM'fO ny. urtnin. Noii-aairliirui, i iwr.tNaiari.O .f? "J l llrnggiau. ' or axlil in plain wranixr I Hi, .r 3 l,ll..., tj.n ir. uir ai ur uu n,iu.- Emil Schacht ARCHITECT Rooms 3 1 7.3 18 Portland Savings Bank Bldjf. Portland, Oregon.