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; THE DAILY A&TOIUAJS. ABTOltIA, THUH80AY MOllNLNU. MAY '4; ' Ifet.tf '
LOOK AT THIS! Take the . Daily Asto rian and Get a LARGE LIBRARY FREE The Astorian's Latest and Best Premium Offer., in umiir anhacrtber to The Dally Astorlan for ths next twelve ,nth will be entitled every ten to a. sat of ten first claw novels. by Mndlnr us SO cent (for eacn set 01 ten books) In postage stamps of silver, on receipt of which we will send the books post paid. These books are complete novels by standard authors, each a handsome octavo volumn of U larg-e double col umn pases, In a neat attractive cover, and printed from clear, readable type, as follows: THE SCARLET LETTER. By Na thantal Hawthorn. KINO SOLOMON'S MINES. By H. Rider Hagcard. THE MTSTERY OF COLDE FELL, OR NOT PROVEN. By Charlotte M. Braeme, author of "Dora Thome" UNDER THE RED FLAG. By Miss M. B. Braddon. AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGH TY DATS. By Jules Verne. . THE CORSICAN BROTHERS. By Alexander Dumas. LADY GRACE. By Mrs. Henry Wood. AVBRIL. By Rosa Nouchette Carey. THH ' BLACK DWARF. By Sir Walter Bcott. ' A NOBLE LIFE. By Miss Muloch'.' The lowest iprlca of these novels. In any ether way, would be 10 cents each, or II for the ten books, which The As torlan subscribers can have for 30 cents. - Every, ten weeks a new set of ,ten books will be offered on. the same rmi. Thus. In the course of the year, you will have a valuable library of Ea books that will cost you only ii.w. This offer Is open only to regular sub scribers. Subscribers to The Daily Astorlan, who pay $7 for one year in advanee will be entitled to these books free of charge. .' Now Is the time to get your home newspaper, and a valuable library be sides, for only the regular price of the paper. Subscribers to The Weekly Astorlan who nay 12 In advance for one year's subscription, will be entitled to any of these books they may select at the rate of S cents per book. On receipt of the list of books discrlbed, accompanied by a remltance In postage stamps or sil ver to the amount of 3 cents for each book ordered, we will have the books sent postpaid to the address of any regular subscriber to The Weekly Asto- rian as above. Bucklen'i Arnica Halve. The beat salve In the world for cuts, bruises, sores, plcers, salt rheum, fever soma, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and peattive ly cures piles, or no pay required.. it is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac tion or money refunded. Price 26 cams per box. For sale by Chas, Rogers, suc cessor to J. C. Dement . DO YOU LIKE OYSTERS ? Those who wUh to have the finest Shoalwater Bay oysters or clams by the quart or pint In Jars, can have ttium iiivtrf nlM and freHh bv Hom er Fletcher. Orders left at The Asto rlan office will receive prompt and care ful attention from him. VICTORY I The Greatest the World has Known. To many a man stricken on the field of battle, the cry of victory has fallen gratefully; but even more grateful to an 1 . . . 1 1 . . 1 .1 . . I l m mbIIbIiiv a.na. ,hat hv IIIUI1IUUMI . m...f -.... J the use of Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine ne nas acnieveu a yiciui-jt ur amy n- - .MlH.Inn ill' V. mm KMBtPfltllUI ttlU headache, poor memory, dlasineas, sleep leanness. neuralKla. hysteria, tits, dull ness, rexual debility, Irritability, convul i,tmr atilnal irritability. St. Vitus' dance etc. Testimonials of thousands of suoh cures are In the possession of the Dr. Mllea' Medical Co., Klkhart, Ind. Res torative Nervine Is sold by Charles Hog- era, Ine popular uruajgiat, on a gunmuiev Ask for a book, free. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria RThan Aaby was Sick, ws gwrs har Castoria. tvttea ah was a Child, aus cried for Castoria, IC&ea aha beeams Ulsi, ahs elung to Castoria, sThea an. had Childran. ah. gave them Oastori; 8ERIOU8 RAILWAY ACCIDENT. If Ilk train In collision: no milkman turns up; disappointed housekeepers; coftea without crajn. A petty annoy- nc resulting from a neglect to keep th. Gall Borden Eagla Brand Con densed Milk In thw house. Order now tor exlf ende. from Grocer or Druggist. OUR D1Y MARINE COLUMN Captain Mclntyre, who was In com mand of the Port; Carlisle last year when that vessel was here, has been promoted to the position of overlooker for the entire "Port" line of ships. In a letter from Liverpool to a friend in Portland, he announces that he Is once more hi landsmani and prepared to spend the rest of his days enjoying the comforts of a home on shore. Captain Mclntyre has spent many years at hard service on the sea and well de serves' his promotion. He reports the home voyage uneventful except for the suicide of an old sailor, who Jumped overboard. The Invermore, Captain Mclntyre writes, had a bad time of it. When two days out from Astoria her careo shifted In a gale and 20 bulwark? Htfliiinrhions were carried away. Half the cargo of wheat was damaged The British bark Oakbank is finish ing loading at the Greenwich dock this morning. A new tug 75 feet long, 18 feet beam and 10 feet depth of hold has been or dered by H. H. Morrison & Company. Sandstrom, who built the tug Mystic, have the contract for the construction of the new vessel. The merchandise in the bark Jennie Harkness is reported In first-class con. dition. . Thn TirltlBh bark British Army will leave down from Portland some time this week. Tha bark Kitty left up yesterday morning to load lumber at Weidler's mill. . 1 The steamer Augusta arrived in last night from Tillamook. The Cascades arrived down last even ing with two barge loads of ock for the Jetty. The steamer South Bend was dragged off the Bands at Tillamook bay on Tues day night, at high tide by the steamer Truckee. It appears that the captain lost his bearings and did not touch on th bar. The steamer was aground at Bay View, about ten miles from Tilla mook. MISSING LINKS. The pulsation of an Infant is from 130 to 140 beats a minute; of an old man 7& to 80. In Norway the average length of life Is greater than In any other country on the globe. In all the wars In which Britain has taken part she has won 82 per cent of the battles. The average weight of the male In fant at birth Is seven pounds; of the female six and one-half. A convict' in the Vermont state prison received $12,000 for a piece of real es tate a few days ago. A cow at Audrain county, Missouri bos been giving eleven gallons of milk dally for the past two years. The most wonderful vegetable in the world is the truffle; It has neither roots, stemt loaves, flowers nor seeds. The highest Inhabited place In the world Is the custom-house of Anco- 1 1. u,i ir.nnrt fpet above the sea. a thousand millions of the animal- julae found In stagnant water do not ....ll.'rtlvelv enual the Blze of a grain jf sand. The honeycomb presents a solution ,f th- createst uosslble strength and space with the least possible material, The canon of the Colorado Is 300 miles lone, and the cllils on eltner sue ait from 5,000 to 6,000 feet above the water. The oldest statue In the world 1 of nhlok of an Egyptian village. It Iw lloved to be not less than b.OOO years old. a rtnssifui Immigrant arrived the lither day clad In a long coat made from the skins of more than 1,000 Rus si an mice. The smallest bird is the West India hnmmlna- bird. Its body is less than an Inch long, and weighs only 20 grains, A cloth of very fine texture is made from the bark of the paper tree, a m,,ih.m vmnilni on the south sea Islands. The amount of air that a man will iv.i in tmt.iitv.fnnr hours Will nil pventv-three hogs-heads and weigh fifty-three pounds. A writer calculates that It takes eight times the strength to go upstairs that i rpoulred for the same distance on the level. The nautilus Is a genuine sailor, hav Ing a membrane for a sail, a perfectly formed boat and a set of atennae ror paddles and rudder. A flea Is provided with a genuine lan ..t ha irnifa u closed In a case In the' head of the Insect, the case open Ing sideways, like that of a razor, Near Tranquebar, on the southeast em coast of India, there Is a species of fish which not only Is able to walk on level ground but can climb trees. The largest cut stones In the world are In the Temple of the Sun at Baal bee. Many are more than 60 feet long, 20 feet broad and of unknown debth, The "Literary Ladles" of England, whose annual banquet Is one ot the events of the London season, have properly changed their official name to the "Women Writers." It has been estimated that a bell of common site, whose sound would pen etrate a distance of three to five miles on shore, could, If submerged In the sea. be heard over sixty miles. 1 It wlU scarcely be believed that wheat Is sold In the United Kingdom under nearly two hundred different systems of welKht. There la almost as much diversity ln'regard toi barley and oats Tha reeult Is that quotations from the "wlousinarkt'ts create bewilderment and confusion even in the minds of ex perts. Near Liskeard, in Cornwell, is a strange natural phenomenon. A pile of rock 32 feet high, shaped like a top, is balanced on the smaller end. It Is quite immovable, though apparently a very slight effort would upset Us equilibrium.. - ",7' V ' ' The "Domesday Book, written on vel lum and preserved in the British mus eum, is one of the oldesf and most cur ious books possessed by any nation. It is a complete record of English land owners and of their estates, stocks and other property. The Aderbach rocks, in Bohemia, cover some fifteen miles. They are formed of sandstone, and are Inter spersed with a perfect maze of passages shut in by smooth walls of such simi larity that to keep one's bearing is no easy matter. There are actually horse marines In the service of the United States, but these are merely those officers Who' are entitled by rank to ride. If they go on nhinhnnrrl fhpv An not take their horses with them. Majors; lieutenant colonels and colonels In the corps have horses One of the paying professions of Paris Is said to be that of a. trunk, packer. In many of the little trunk :shops you can hire a man who will pack your trunks artistically, folding expensive gowns and other garments In ,tlssue paper, anu slowing away uc"i a-Urac In the safest way. A professional acrobat finds employ ment at the zinc mines in Ogdensburg N. J. His services are required in get tine out snarls and removing obstruc tions from the cables and electric wires used about the ore cars, which are run on steeD grades. He can walk on tight rope when necessary. Crinoline dates from the days of niipon Elizabeth and survived until the commonwealth. It appeared again in 1711 and was enlarged in 1744 and con tlnued to the end of the ,century. It was abolished by. George IV. . From 1856 to 1806 it flourished again In all its glory and attained Its largest dimen sions. 1 COMPLETE MANHOOD AND HOW TO ATTAIN IT. At last a medical work that telU the taujej, dencrllMm the effect, points tue 'e,""1VI13, tha most Deautirui. nieuicui uw - -h peared loryeura; W ""f P'w '"J .. Ma.unna TloltllltV. ImiMl' W'uuy, nwjriinjt ick 'ku,"," . Husband, Tdone lntemmiff ?rr""' "J, the 1'lnln Facts, the Old Secret and AVir ins- cowrie of Median ticivneeas ftpjmrn iu ried Lift, trho would ntone, fur jwf nnrt ami future wrrnm. wwitt WONDERFUL LITTLE HOOK ! ...Ill I,. ant fun IlltrloS Snnl Wtl 1 1 A 1 11 A M I pay poatuge aloutj. A.ltl resit tho publishers, ERIE MEDICAt.CO., BUFFALO, . J, o GOOD NEWS e srs r'or the millions ol consumers ol ff .eTatt's Fills. fil Tt (rlvi-d Dr. Tntt i.uiiikiu that he i .' ulrng aa .-5k 'tflMtf 3 ??C3 nil I Gi .... a. .11. ..I.. ilk ..III., iTi TT'S TINY LIVER ri'.LS vu la tiio 7orilvr :f Hiiii"Md.B 3 FOR L1EH ONLY! (For LObT or rAiLm u ha nuuu, Wt5iaf Body and Kind, Lifocta Huliwl, obl BANUPOO fifllT KMnM. Hw la kulirp d4 6irmiiknKui,iiiiiaiuiI'Kii)Ki(iKaPinT8ofH0ii lb.olt.l aiSullnl llfllK TKKiTaKXT HrarfU l , firm tmlh ta to HlMd fortlmfualrie. Wrilr cb.m. DaariUK BMk, nipliailtaa awl prarfi MlM(lnl)rrM. k mm . . - Small nnarantnAd tn r.nra Rlllons attacks. BIck Headache and Coistlpatloa. 401a each bottle, nice ;o. tot sue 07 druggists. Ptntnra "T 17. VA anil i.niTil. Aevmm fraa. J. F. SMITH k CO., Proprietors, WW YORK, SIIILOH'S COIiSUMPTIOi! CURE. m. mmmmmmm m ,1.1. fimmmm AiM i AUV .UVVVU. V, .U. Waw uaw mm w i.uuu. m wwm , u iu. wmw. v. rew.. AlldrnKgiBUaraauthoriaaKltoatUltonapoan 1.1 " . ..v.. . - . . . i. . . . uiua, iu, ror ,a win vun yvu. child has the Croon, or Whoaplnt Congh.aaa ix .. . . . . . ii u JmuI that inaidlona dhwaaa Oonanmntloa. aao it. n promptly, ana rcuar im aura t, yvu Aak yoar Draniat tor 8aiUH'B CURB, PrtoalOcta.,oOots. andtl.W. If your Lasts are sore or Back lams, oaa Shlloh's Poroas Plaster. Price eta, Pva-sala by aU Pmi fiats and Psalera. mm HKHkllli! TH. - I "D T T fc - Tl. tt. nirrmt yrwi a . a . a ,j ojicwsuu -isi. a KM Pleasant Pellets. They are not like the old fashionod pill. Bad to take, and bad to have taken. Inefficient, too. Try something YlTlll. TJl l TllJ if. 1 It tz. ueicer. iiu i louiuut roiiois LuB Dencim is lnstincr. Thev cleanse and remilata tha liver. stomach and bowels. -Taken in time, they prevent trouble. In any cane, they curs it And they cure It tasitu; they're mild and gentle, but thorough and effective. Tboro's no disturbance to the system, diet or occupa tion. One tiny, sugar-coated Pellet for a laxative three for a cathartic. Sick and Bilious Headache, Constipation, Indigestion, T) i 11Misi A tf oolra m ryi sill rlurs nframonta et f )ia liver, stomach and bowels are promptly re lieved and permanently cured. ineyro pureiy veuiuuio, ponecwy ourm 1ms. tha pniftllpst. and the easiftrt to take but besides that, they're the cheapest pill you can buy. for they're guaranteed to give sat isfaction, or your money is returned, xou na nnlv fnW ( hat (Twl vmi Taaf Thiol (a la only ot Dr. Pierce's medicines. JAPANESE CURB 'a mw,A nAmnlAin f at a 4 TTI OT1 T ATI ( dtl Tl if fit Suppositories, UlinuirMb iu i;bub in m i v.tnj A Vunl,i itnhncr nhrntllA teruoM uiiuu ui uicvuiuft, "'""o 1 - a - .-m.Aitnw,t nllusi snrl niBinr nthAr aiseHBen and female weaknesses; it is always a rt . . xt . 1 mrm fl1! A A Ml real oeneni lo me lenerm nrniui. 1 mn llBCOvery of a medical cure rendering an oper- .1 tll, tha litiifa nnnflPPHHirV hHKIltier blUU fTl.M " " "V ' , . . ,, i per box, 6 for $6; ent by mail. Why uffer irom mi. lerriuiw mscwu ucu " n anie la eiven with 6 boxes, to refund the money II not cured. Bend atampa fr free ample. Guarantee issued by Woodward Clark & Co., Wholesale and Retail DruKi?lBti Sole Agents PortlanU, Or. Jfor sale oy j. n . Conn. Astoria Oregon. DR. GUNH'S ONION SYRUP FOR COUGHS. COLDS MND CROUP. GRANDMOTHER'S ADVICE In ratlins a family of nine ohlldran, my only nm dy for Cough,, Cold! and Croup u onion yrup. It iajuitaaeneouve w-amy m i t n Onion Syrup whioh is already prepared and more xtleaaant to to taata. Said at 60 oanta a botua. For sale by J. W. Conn, Druggist. C. P. UPSHUJI, SHIPPING and COMMISSION Astoria, - Oregon. CORE FITS I 1 . U iHM,..Ti1nnnl mnnn tnpvnlv in .t Hfl V ll. il x mJ iiuica vu nv.v ... . " ...... j . - - - r tliem for a time and then havo them return aiain. I niran a radical cure. I havs mndo tha dlrcsra of FITS, KHLKPSY or FALLING BICILNEE3 a Ufo-long Btudy. 1 warrant my remedy to cure tho worat cases. BecmiFO others have failed li no reason for not row rocoh lnsf a cure. Bend at enco fur a tn'atiro and a Free Bottle of my Infallible reinedv. Olvn K.Tpresa and I'oat-dSlce. O. RCOT, M. C, IE3 f-onrl fct., N. V. The Next Number Especially Good. TALES FROM TownTofics v read BV ALL MEN AND WOMEN. Published first day of December, March, DELICATE. DAINTY. WITTY. INTENSE. ErerT reputable news and book stand has (t. frioe. alnBletinrntKir. 50 CENTS. S8.00 . i-jun iuvi rau Thto brilliant Quarteriy reproduces the best stories, aketotae, burlesoues, poema, .wit etoSTeto., from the earify numbers of Owt much Oilkii-about New York Society .Journal, Tow Tories, which Is published uweWy. Bub- "Taus fsom Town Topics" together, at the low dub-price of $5.00 per year. Ask your newsdealer for them or address, TOWN TOPICS, 81WestS3dStret,N. Y.Qty THE JIOUSD-BUILDEiS, THEItt WOEKS AND EELICS, -BY- REV. STEPHEN D. PEET, Ph. D.. BD:ro or amkrican astiquakuk, Author ol Animal EfflKles and Emblematic . . a . i,a ummrl-tinll tiers: theli ou,.tioit. mo'ea ..f life, r.lit!io"a systems, WJ' ''""i'0!''. JS IIS th- earth " :::"h.v ;iBctio.. of the :"""'T:V..X aoMlna- to toeir ue., whether aa Tuio """'""-.S',-, ; -i mlii iKinus structurea, or aa aa;i...v. - P'"?"- , .-I-. m.n llhiKLrntlntik and The wotk contains mini '1",',""'V,,ir ""r I 3 i. Mniind-huiluera rtU, i..u v.1twi an.l rvnttt r ? periiapa e.Hnn Tolntne. K. .i.thn. lha author nH'it na-r,I;tina. nnlncan v"r.7. i Kn ..iiMUhli.r Wim:. 17Sshao avenue, iiro,ot to the autLor.i Avod, ill. riucE.slsor BOOTS AlfD SHOES The Largest Stock, Best Quality and Lowest Prices at the Sign ol The Golden Shoe. MAGNUM C. CKOSBY, rv a i v a int HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, ..'. . a immriVTrta STOVES - AND - TINWARE, llo.irfp Kurnili1iiR(toods,Shfrt Iad, Strip l.ea l. Bheet Iron, liu nud Copper. Safes, Fireproof. T- nelfh'ated Ali.lne Pf(- kept In "lock at the 472, Third St., Keal Ktt Ollloe. War rauted aa good aa the best. Term very easy W. U. CAHftKLL, Ageut. THE MODEL CHOP & OYSTER HOUSE Which has been closed for a month, hag been eulaiged and refitted, and will be Open to the Public on Saturday Joe Torn extends a cordial lnvlntlon to Hie public to cuino and get a square meal. COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO., WILLIAM WILSON, Prop. FEED - AND - SALE - STABLE tlem nil Express and Delivery Business. Jlfice ilfl Olney strwt. Htables foot of West PiliilU at, Aitoria. leiepuone no. h. Ripans Tabules Ripans Tabules act gently but promptly upon the liver, stomach and intestines; cure habitual constipation, dispel colds, headaches and fevers. One tabule taken at the first symptom of indigestion, billi ousness, dizziness, distress after eating, or depression of spirits, will remove the whole difficulty in a few minutes. Ripans Tabules are com pounded from a prescription widely endorsed by the high est medical authorities and are presented in a form that is be coming the fashion with phy sicians and patients every where. One Box (Six Vials) Seventy-five Cents. One Package (Four Boxes) Two Dollars. Ripans Tabules may be ob tained of nearest druggist; or by mail on receipt of price. For free sample addreit RIPANS CHEMICAL CO. HEW YORK. R . 1 .A i t e Cave i'i, and Tr;rde-Marks obtained, and all Pat ent b i: iness conducted for moderate Feis. ii a D.-rMT Orncr 5nd w M secure Pcnt iulesi lime than those re?.Oktrom aiiu:igtoa. . .., Send model, nrnwing or fj.ium., m... t'o;i. We advise, if patentable or not, iree ol cliarjte. Our ico nnt duo till patent is aecurea. cost oi aaSio Tin the U. S. and foreign countries a r- A ,1,Itvc 3CI1W OsA.SMOW&CO.j In the County Court of the State of n....n fn. Plnlsnn PoontV. In the matter of the estate of John L. Kolden, deceased. Notice i3 hereby (riven that the un dersisriid, administratrix of the estate of JVhrt I -Folilen, has tlle.l In the above entitled court her unai account .s rulrnlnlstratrlx of the above entitled "st;U- and the court has set Monday, .May 1st, is;:-:. 1 o'clock p. m., at the ourt house In said cow.ity and sUte, s thf tima and place for heftrin? said i .,T.v.nt. Ail persons inten-stod in S'.'.d esli-tc rrs notltied to then and there appear ur.d show cause, if any, - v t. i I nccount should not be al lowed and Ihs administratrix dls ,hrgod. (SiRRjj c fqi DRNf Administratrix of the estate o Jolin t.. li.lilen. deceased. mmmk These tinv CcdsuIcs arastipcrlc; to Balaam of UopaiDa, . a. Cubcra ana lnjocuocs. Thev euro iu A3 hours tho same diseases without nnyinconr Teaience. SOLD BY ALL SRL!3Bi5T3 Sdcctifio American A.escy for mm. CAVZAT2. YDanst rxA?S. COPVRSCKTO. etc. Tor 1nonnatlfflJ sn.1 frea H-cdbook wr;ti to MI NN CO, M B:ioaiw.it, Sk' Vout Olawt bunaa for Jtf.'i" f,,'?:f5; Uiij paoui M a uu;ioo n su K ea oi uiia.Ta tag tarrre""1!fa of ray STt. cUf ? tr. Ot 53 tv.-i mm ILil I E C 1 I- h3 BVR.S I BV1 A r3 rXumirf ar.-: j fmmjr ISk h;fuid ta wlibotu tt. Wacrr, a.O a l35lr MmM Line Running rTHROUGH W DAILY tJ- TRAINS Leav ng Portland, 8:45 AM. 7:30 PM. 3 1 DAYS TO 2 CHICAGO 7 Hours Quicker to St. Paul, 23 Hours Quicker to Chicago, 40 Hours Quicker to Omaha and Kansas City. Pullman and Tourist Sleepers, Free Reclining Chair Cars, Din ing Cars. ASTORIA TO SAN FRANCISCO MAT, 1893. State Piitiirlny May 8. Origon Wpdiiesdav Slav 10. C lumbla Sunflii" Mav 14. Mat itiursdiiy May 18. Oregon Monday May m. Cnlutnbla Kridnv Mil State Tuesday. May SO. ASTORIA & PORTLAND STEAMER3 Morning boat leavps Asf ria da'ly, except .Sunday, a 6 a. m.: 'etunlcit. leavvn I'ori I an J (Uily, except . Pat'uidity, nt 8 . lit. NlK't boat leaves Asmr.a tliil, rxcepi Mnnuay, in u p. m ; r liin li (r leiives Hdrtlaurt dull! ,exc pt "unduy, i 7 ii. m. Tlie niornliiK ' I'1' tiand nutk s iHiidiiigsoii tun Oreuoii id tiiesdays, Tliurs daya. "ii ' S I'lirduvs ! mi Wnil'li ulon side Mwi ilii' Wednt sdins and Krldaya. Vrmii Astrla the liioriniiE P.it makes )uniliim. Hp Hip Ore Hmt ride Wondiivs. Wednevclava and Fililuvs, old on tile Wahl"Kton side tueadayn, Tburs diiMi and Saiurdas. For r ues uiid geiieral liifmmiitlcn call on or address, W. H. HU R TiTORT, R. W. L0UNSHE KRY, A. Gen 'a'. Aitt. Aifeut Portland, Or, Astoria, Or. Is the line tn take to all points EAST and SOUTH It is the DINING CAR ROUTE It cfleis tie best swvice, com biuliig SPEED anil C0MF0JIT It U the poj'iil' r route with those v. ho V.1 li to tiuvtl oa THE SAFEST It Is tteefore the ri ti'e jon fhru'd take. It runs llinauh vistibiiled trail. s every duy in the year to ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO No Change of Cars, Elcgant'Pu'lman Slrrp'is, S'np'rior Tourist Slwpcr?, Splendid Free Second-class Sleepers, Only one change of cars Portland to New York Through Tickets To Any Tart of the civilized woild. Passengers ticketed via. all boatB mnninp between Astoria, Kalama and Poitiand. Full lufnrmatlon eoiicerriinir rates, tln.e oi (mil's, rouus k.ud other detkils furnished on ikunlluaiioa to . R. L WOLF, kireut Acto'ls. Steamer Telephone Pock. A. D. CHARLTON, Assistant General Passenger Agent, No. li First Bt .cnr. nahiiitrlon, Porflaiiit. 'tree.m. THE : OKEUON : BAliERY A. A. CLEVELAND, Prop. Good Bread Cakes and Prstry, None but the itest Materials nsed. Satisfaction Guaranteed Cu&tomtv?. Bread delivered In any part of the city FISHER BROTHERS , SHIP CHANDLERS. . Heavy and Shall HARDW ARE Cwr.-y in ' Ui'k AVagons and Vehicles, Farm Machinery, Paints ".ila. Varnishes, Lovnera' srplies, FsUtr.k'a t-caJea, Doors and Wim owa. PROVISIONS, FLOrB ind MILL TIZD.- - - ASTOSIi, - 0 KEG-NO,