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TULK DAILY ASTOldA, A.HXOU1A, FCIOAY MOKNLN(i, JUKE 2. itiDii
LOOK AT THIS! Take the Daily Asto rian and Get a LARGE LIBRARY FREE The AstoriauV' latest and Best Premium Offer. Every regular ubacrlber to The Dally Astorlan for the next twelve months will be entitled every ten weeks, to a set of ten flrut class novels, by Rending us 30 cents (for each set of 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 04 large double col umn pages, In a neat attractive cover, and printed from clear, readable typo, as follows: THB1 SCARLET LETTER. By Na. thanlal Hawthorn. KINO SOLOMON'S MINES. By H. Rider Haggard. THE MYSTERY OP COLDE FELL, OR NOT PROVEN. By Charlotte M. Braeme, author of "Dora Thome" UNDER THE RED FLAQ. By Miss M. E. Braddon. AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGH ,TY DAYS. By Jules Verne. THE CORSICAN BROTHERS. By Alexander Dumas. LADY GRACE. By Mrs. Henry Wood. , " AVfcRlL. By Rosa Nouchette Carey. THE BLACK DWARF. By Sir Walter Scott. A NOBLE LIFE. By Miss Muloch. The lowest price of these novels In any other way, would be 10 cents each, or Jt for the ten books, which The As lorlun subscribers can have for 30 cents. Every ten weeks a new Bet of ten books will be offered on the same terms. Thus, In the course of the year, you will have a valuable library of 60 books that will cost you only $1.50. This offer Is open only to regular sub si'i'lbers. Vitib-crlhera to The Dully Astorlan, Who pay $7 for one year In advance will be entitled to these books freo of charge. Now Is the time to get your home newspaper, and a valuable library be' sides, for only the rvgulur price of the paper. ' Subscribers to The Weekly Astorlan who pay 2 In advance for onu year's oubHcrlpllon, will bo entitled to any of these books they limy select at the rate of 3 cents per book. On receipt of the list of books diBcrlbed, accompanied by a remltance In postage Btamps lor 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 rlan as above. REDUCED RATES ON THE UNION PACIFIC. Commencing May 1st, round trip rateB to Chleugo will be reduced to J'JS.50; Omaha, Kansas City nml Houx Cltv. ISO.: Denver. $70. Tickets good via other lines returning. For further Information call Rt ticket ofllee II. P, dock. G. VV. LOUNSHEltRY, Agent, Astoria, Or. Hufklcu' r. Ink Salve. Th best salve In the world for cuts. brulnes, sores, ulcers, wilt rheum, fever surra, tetter, clumped linnda, chliblnliiB, corns, uml all Bklu eruptions, una positive ly cures plies, or no ony required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satlsfue- Ion or money refunded. Price -5 cenu per box. r or ni uy i. mis. uogera, sue ceuor to J. C. DomenL CAREFUL PREPARATION Is essential to purity of foodB. It Is wisdom and economy to select those that are pure. The Gull Borden Kagle Brand Condensed Milk is prepareu with the greatest care, and Infants are assured the best. Grocer ana urug' gists, HoikiUcli nil llt.liir8.-Kreqnnit Cannes of Apopln)' and Paralysis. The mort recent and profound - uiir'Iu'ii In thin direction liv specialists. have dewloned eonoluslvoly 'tluit tlie nlve illHiM-ilers trooueiitly Tvmilt in rteiiih or uernmnent dlwihiltty. Dr. Miles- ItHKtorstlve Nervtn Is th irrentMt rem edy for either of ttiexe apparently lnsig nlllesiit causes. Nothlnir approaches It In merit. Mrs. V. R. Ilurim, of South Mend. lnd.. who hnd suffered from van- Btiint headache for three month, wiih cured by It. The daughter of Daniel My ers, of Brooklyn, Mich., had been Innaiie for ten years, mvd wi hnvlnx from lf to 5 fits a duy. Nervine cured her of both fits and Inwardly. Fold on guar antee by Vha. Hogvrs. Get a book free. CORRESPONDENCE. Opinion, It seems, Is slightly divided on the question of granting any further extension to Mr. Remington. No In formation having been disclosed by the subsidy company as to the reasons advanced by Mr. Remington for the non-settlement of the railroad question up to the present time, a little Impa tience Is manifested, as the following will Indicate; Astoria, June 1, 1893. Mr Editors I am not In the secrets of the railroad building and subsidy managers. understand, however, that Mr. RemlrifAon Is here again, asking more tlmo to get started on the rail road. It Is Jfald that he wants to tie up the whole mutter three months longer. He; has had It nearly nine months now1. Three months more would mnkeJust a year. What has he doue In this nine months to lead to any confidence that he will be able to do anything In three more? We have heard time and again that the money was raised, and all the debts would hi paid off, and work begun forthwith. So far nothing Is done, and the pros peot Is not encouraging. Meantime, nre not others who might take hold of the rood being kept out by Us being tied up with-with Remington? I want to see nomr work done. We have had talk and promises enough. 4 A CITIZEN. ALONG THE WHARVES. A letter has been received In thli city from Captain Tote of the Brltlnh ship Foyledule, which sailed hence with wheat In the latter part of last year after having lain so long at this port, Captain Tate was 154 days from port to port, and although the passage was long, It was better than that of many ships that sailed from Pacific Coast iiorts for England about the same tlm The Foylcdalo will bring coal from Newcastle to Sun Francisco on her next trip to this coast. The British steamer Coqultlan, Cup- tain Sears, arrived In yesterday mom Inir from Vancouver. B. C. She had a cargo of Chinese merchandise for Port land merchants, and after being ex amlned by Deputy Health Officer Wal ker proceeded up. Captans Archer of the British bark Iredale, and Smith of the' British ship Ulloch, both of which vessels spent many weeks in this port last year, have been relieved of the command of their vessels. During their stay here both of the gentlemen made many friends, who will regret to hear that when the Ulloch and Iredale again visit the Col umbia they will not be in charge of Ca.ptaJn! Smith and Captain Archer respectively. The, schooner Webfoot sailed from Knappton yesterday morning with a cargo of lumber. The steamer D. S. Baker, which is to be brought down from the 'middle Columbia, will be In charge of Cap tain Baughman when she shoots the falls. The steamers Orient and G-aUert were Inspected on Wednesday by Mes srs. Edwards and McDermott. Yes terday the, Inspectors went to the Cas cades to Inspect the steamers Quenett and Sakana. The Harvest Queen and the barge Atlns have been engaged to convey the pilots' excursion party from Portland to St. Helens on Sunday. WOULDN'T YIELD TO THE KAISER How King Humbert Refused to Turn Out the Troops at Midnight. Emperor William's passion for unl- idrns and his hobby for nocturnal ale-rtes and the maneuvering of troops nre well known, says the "Corres pondence do Rome." Tho great clock of tho qulrlnal struck midnight. Con versation began to die away, and the princes and courtiers mode no effort to conceal their fatigue. Tho emperor alone appeared wide-awake and full of energy. He was dabbling with a cup of tea. Suddenly he turned to King Humbert: "Your majesty does not want to re fire," said ho. "With your permission wo will now go through a most Inter esting experience. Sound the alarm and call out tho troops!" "Such a thing would be quite strange and contrary to our custom," replied the king. "That Is another reason why It should ba done," sold the emperor. "There Is nothing' Wee It for keeping your officers and soldiers In shape. Send out the order for the troops to proceed immediately to the maneuver ing ground, the rratl di Castello, and there at day break we will review them In earnest." "You must remember," said the king, "that Rome la not Berlin. Neither Is It Strasburg or Breslau." But tho em peror Insisted. Happily tho qulrlnal has a good fairy in Marguerite de Sa- vole. Sho appreciated the dlfllculty of treating the eternal city like a cltudol or a town In revolt Hut to convince the emperor was another matter. How ever, she was equal to the occasion. "Your majesty," said she. "is prob ably not awure that two regiment are quartered under tho walls of the Vat ican. An alerte In the night would cre ate an Immense noise and arouse the whole Vatican, with tho pope himself. The august old man might easily Im agine that something terrioie whs about to happen and the conaequenees might bo serious." The emperor hod to yield. Through rorpevt for tho pope and his repose he renounced his bugle calls and his pro posed review. That is how Leo XIII, without knowing It. spared the garrl- con a ihui nigni witn rum i" triple alliance and a probable panic for the entire population. The Italian staff officers should burn two candles, one for the pope, and the other for Queen Marguerite. HER BOOK AS A DOWRY. How a Bibliomaniac's Housekeeper Secured a Husband. An amusing story of how a con firmed old bachelor, who combined' with his bachelorhood the qualities of the bibliomanias, came finally to marry, is told by an English newspa per. The -lonely old bookworm em ployed an old servant to take care of his rooms. Upon her fell the task of arranging and dusting the library, and she soon came to be smitten with a taste for reading. She began to spend all her earnings In buying books, and, strange lo say, they were old books that Bhe bought and read. One after noon, she came In with a parcel of vol umes 'picked up from the bookstalls. Out of curiosity the master turned over the leaves, of her treasures, and we can well Imagine the more or less supercilious smile that played upon his countenance as he thought of the hu morous phase of this old woman turned bibliophile. Suddenly his face lighted up. "How much did you give for this?" said ho, picking up a volume with great eagerness. "Fifteen pence," was the answer, "Fifteen pence? Why, this Is worth a thousand pounds," cried the collector. IIo reflected, when too late, how stupid he had been to speak and In vain tried to recall his words. "I will givo you fifty shillings for it," said he. "Sir, you nave Just told me It was worth a thousand pounds !" The old creature was not to bo cheated, and the bookworm at last offered 100. It was a first edition, ex tremely rare, of Montaigne. He was a good buyer, but his servant would not take a fraction less than 1,000, which sum was more than he could afford That night the connoisseur dreamt longer. At any price he must have the old book. "This woman takes good care of me; she . appears to be smitten with the same passion for old books." said he to himself next. "Why should I not marry her? I would then have my Montaigne." So he went to her (he following day and "popped the auction." She atv cepted him, and they w?rs married. The clever old Oame brjtight him the book as a dowry. NOTICE TO FISHERMEN. T will rofplvn Htiirrwm and nav cash for them at the following places: North Shn rannnrv Frankfort: AuSF. Lar son's scow, Tongue Point; Lars Paul son's scow, Point juiiis, ana ar. aubt. Danlelson s Astoria. JOHN AKWgulSi. THE FORCED MORTGAGE SALE. rf Uormon Wlao'a irtnrk Ih now In full blast. Everything sacrificed. t c an noraons' indebted to Her man Wise will please settle at once. NOTICE! ttoa tfinfnnrlpl win Intead of coffee or tea. B0 cents per gallon. Dont forget Peach and nprlcot Dranay, biso itoiku Cognac anu wine at Alex, uiioen-., A Wonderful Engim1 Cannot Be Surpassed An ono-lnn pxprtlnir surpassing - power 1b always a source of wonder, and yet nnttrelv forcetful of the existence within themselves of in en- Klne more powerful ana enduring mnn any over inveiueu. cioi nmiuuB umu tiipv oTnprlpnoe. lrroiruiiur Diuse. nenri tlnt'toHnir. iisthmatlc breathing, tender ness In Bhoulder and arm, swollen ankles, wiHik and hungry spells, nmoherlng, Rhort breath, or pain In side, when Us existence is no longer to be denied, as the pos sessor must know ho has heart disease. Mrs. Lellnr, Kltchburg, Mich., had heart illHejiM llfteen vears: hnd to hire house help; lived on lliiuld food,, used nr. nines' Heart t'uro ana nil synuoms iuii ner. (onihiiieil use cured her. Hold bv Chus. Kokith on a guarantee, who will give you a doctor s uook iree. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. In the matter of the estate of Sarah, 10. Coffninn, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been appointed by the County Court of Clatsop County, Ore gon, administrator of the estate of Sa rah E, Cofl'man, deceased. All persons having claims against said estate will present them to me at my olllce In Astoria, Oregon, duly nu thcntlcuted within six months from this d:te. AV. W. PARKER. A. It. Kanoga, Attorney for adminis trator. 1S9.1. Dated nt Astoria, Oregon, April 4th, INSDR3PTIOI3. 1 lis vn u pc nillvo remedy for tho abovn dlptww; 'v i(e .mo tl.onnaiuU of caeea of tho woret kinc tiiil Inn ; Dtanilcii' h:ivi' U rn cured, luiiteil, i;f alroiitf le my Ctllll In It. cl'icikry, t!i:'t 1 wil. f'ld two rioTTi.Ka n r, v liii V ALl'ACl.1' :'1H 0:1 ibl. (lufiii"-to :-.y suiTi rvrwat V. ill :d ntc t!uir i'.ipretj au;' f.O, tUilna. v a. '7.07""'. W 0..!3i i-r1 &U.i flie Next Number Especially Goods TALES FROM Jovm Topics BEAD BY ALL MEN AND WOMEN. Published fintt dny of Peoomber, March, Jnue tuid tM-pteiuber. A DELICATE, DAINTY. WITTY. fwy repnuble neira oud book stand has ft i x!ce,ilMi;lounri(or. SO CENTS. S3. 00 l'KK u-tiro FKl.K. Tiii' hrllMnnt QusrterlV reprodnc. tho Ntt utonefi, hkviwmm, liurlt-smiea. ixwins, witti tismx, r:.' , f;iu tint wiriy iiuiubera ot that inue'i tiilCit-A't New Yorlt rjicitjr Jnumal, Tows TiM'i-'.,'iicUi. ptiMLsbed KtrWik 6uU -i ijHi'Ui pri,-rt, Jl.il.' pT year. 'J'lw two pi:li!i"nti.M 'Tn Ttpio auid "U'is vaosi l.r.vi Topics'" togoUjcr, at ilta k- i Iii'i pi v ef T9 ;W per ye.r. vi::rijilt-jlrrfrkiMUOrldri, ' tViH XOl'K'S, v.'. st 'A U '.rw S, N. V. t it !fl08 urn Easily, Quickly, Permanently Restored. WEAKNESS, NERVOUSNESS, b DEBILITY, anil all tho train of evils lnnm-iu-ly errorsor later excesses, tue re.tulta of overwork, B I dentins, worry, etc. Fullstrengtli, development and tone given to every organ and portion of tho body. Jiliiiple.nntiirnlniethoila Immediate! innroveineiit Been. Failure fmnonnllile. a.KJU referenced. Hoolt, cxptauntlon and proofs mulled (sealed) free. ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO, N. Y. 00O GO OB NEWS r'or the millions ot consumers of o 0 0 Tett's! 3 it. fives Dr. Tn It nlenKiiro to nn- O o tlii-.t lie i niiiv putting upi T8SY LIVER FILL ,, !.! !; orcxrwdlngly small slzo, ) M'tiiiiiingiill Hsu vlrtiuwof Hie 'in 7; r iu-h. ti:iranteei! purely fi!'!-. ro' I sii'Koi'tlKMcpilift . . iill bulled. TIid exact tilu of 7 ,7T'S 7i?;Y LIVER PILLS . . ..on it in Hie );.ii!i-i-cf!liis"iiil." Q 0 0 e Q A new ami eomploto trentiuunr,enuiilMtiiit; ol iiiimisii,irii'. iiiiunient in eanFiiles, nl ' in bos Mid jill; - podltlvo cure f r e ten-tn ternal hllml or bleeding, itr-ti t nt, e1 mic. recent or hereilitnry piles, and man j .Hhcr illHnaHen anil feniHle weaknesses: it in hIivavh great bunvtlt to the general health. Tho first discovery of a medical cure rendering an oper tiou with tho knlfo unnecessary hereafter This remedy tins uevci' ueMi known to ia i (I ner hex. 6 fur M: sent bv mull. Why suite from tli's terrible disease when a written guar nw is elveii with U boxes, to refund tin money If not cured. Bend Btamps for free iimn e (iiiarnutee issued ny nooawara CI rk A Co., Wholesnleauil Retail Druggist iole Agents Portland, Or. Fur stile by J. W Conn. Asm Oregon. DR. GUNTS LIVER PILLS ONLY ONE FOR A DOSE RESULTS ARE WHAT TELL We guarantee that ono of these pills at a dose, will produce better reaulta In the euro of Headache, CoBtiveneeB. Sour Stouiach, Bad Breath and DiEzi nesu, than three to live of any other make, and do It without griping and sickening. Their wonderful aotlon makes you feel like a new Doing. do. a box BruggisUormaU. EomuioMed. Co,rha,P For sale by J. "W. Conn, Druggist. BETTO!7S APiytin Cure KftCia UOKPILES. III lle over .Ml ..,- tiimi.k. Wrctivr. HV; dnjut. lliuhi-st testi. iniiiilals. At ilriifnrtsta, or ninlltHl on iicijit of piice-5((e. per liox. WIHKElMnHH & BROWN D.l'JO CO., l'rupi., liiiitiuiure, Jfil, Rather ritkjf tho offer that's mado by the pro prietors oi vr. Bacid's Catarrh Remedy. Risky lor tiem. f or you, if you have Catarrh, it's a certainty. You're cortaiu to bo cured of it, cr to bs paid 3500. That's what thov oiler, and in pood faith they cure you, or nay you, no matter how bad your cose, or of Low Ions stKUdir.p:. Dirt 'a it so much of a rirlc ? Tlioy bavo a meuicino mac cures t ..atarru, not lor a time, but for all time. They've watched it for vear3. curing tlio most uopelra caacs. Tliev know that in your caso there's ovcry chanco oi suoc.-s, aunosc no cur.nco ot laiiuro. Wouldn't nny one tukd such a riak with euch a mexlicino ? The only question is are you willing to tnnka tbo test, if the makers aro willing to taitn tuo risK i If so, tbo rest is easy. Tou pny your drug gist fifty cents und the trial bcgiiis. Can you ask moro I BOOTH Am SHOES 'he. largest Stork, Rt Quality and lowest Prices st the Sign nf the ;i!leti Shof . icac 3l oxr DKA r.H IN . HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, IKON P1PH" AND FITT1VOS. STOVES - AND TINWARE, House Fnmlshlne Pooils, Sheet Lead. Strip Lead, Sheet Iron, Tm and Copper. Safes. Fireproof. T. celebrated Alpine times kept In stock n! the Third St., Heal Entte Olllce. War ranted aa gooil aa the best. Term, very easy W. 0. CAS6ELU Agent. COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO., WILLIAM WILSOST, Trop. FEED - AND - SALE - STABLE . General Express and Delivery Business. Dfllce 116 Olney street. Stithies foot of West Ninth t, Astoria. Telephone No. 44. C. P. UPSHUR, SHIPPING and COMMISSION Astoria Oregon. . NOTICE TO POLICY HOLDERS Of the withdrawal from tho state of Oregon of the State Investment & In surance Company, of San Francisco, California. Notice Is hereby given to all persons In the State of Oregon holding policies In the State Investment & In surance Company, of San Francisco, California, and to all other persons in terested, that the said company has reinsured its business In the State of Oregon, In the Fireman's Fund Insur ance Company, of San Francisco, Cali fornia, and has filed notice thereof with tho secretary of state, of said state, and proposes to withdraw Its securi ties on deposit with the treasurer there of, and to cease doing business In said state. Any policy holder In the State of Oregon, or any other person having claims against said insurance company, aro hereby notified to file the same with secretary of tate of the state of Or egon, within six (C) months from tho date of the publication of this notice. This notice Is given pursuant to the provision of an act of the legislative as sembly of the state of Oregon, entitled "An act to amend Sections V.WA,, 3508 and 35SO, of Chapter D, of the Miscel laneous Laws of Oregon, as Compiled and Annotated by W. Ialr Hill." Ap proved February 2.1, 18H9. THE STATE INVESTMENT AND INSURANCE CO., l!y George L. Brandor, President. Attest; Charles M. Dlair, Secretary ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. Notlce is hereby given that, pursuant to and by virtue of the order of the honorablo county court of the state of Oregon for the county of Marion, duly made and -entered of record by sold court on the 28th day, February, 1893, tho undersigned administrator of the estate of W. J. Herron deceased, will on the 1st day of July, 1893, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said date at 'he front door of the court house, In tho city of Astoria, in the county of Clatsop, in said eitate, rtdl at public sale to the hlglwst bidder for cash, the fol lowing described real estate belonging to the estate of said deceased, to wit: Lots numbered nine (9) ten (10) eleven (11) and twelve (12), In block number one hundred and thirty-eight (138), in town (now city) of Astoria, as laid out and mapped and recorded by John M. Shively, in Clatsop county, Oregon. Dated May 29, 1893. J. J. SHAW, Administrator of tho Estate of W. J. ITerren, Deceased. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. To whom It may conccrn.All persons having claims against the estate of Henry Powell, deceased, are requested to present them to tho undersigned ex ecutrix of the last will and testa ment of deceased at the ofllee of Judge liowlby in Astoria, Oregon, within six months from date, Asto-i-i, Or., April 12th, 1893. 16-5t MARTHA POWELL, Executrix. Scientific American Agency for OAVEAT3. TRADE MARKS. DESICN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, etc For Information and free Handbook write to MUNN & CO., 801 Broadway, Nbw Yoior. Oldest bureau for socurliiK patents In America. Kvery patent taken out hj us is brnuglit before the public by a uotloe given free of cbargo In tho $ mxXxixt mxm Lamest clrmtlatlon of any scientific paper tn the world. Splendidly Illustrated. Mo Intclllircut man should be without It. Weekly, S3. 00 a year! 1.6UsiX montlis. Address MUNN & CO, VuuLisii-lts, 301 Broadway, flew York City, Caveats. and Trade-Marks nhtainerl. nnil nil Pat-' ent business conducted for Moderatc Fees. Our Office is Opposite 0. 8. Patent office and we can secure patent iu le9 time than those remote from Washington. , Send model, drawing or photo., with descrip tion. We advise, if patentable or not. free of charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured. A Pamphlet, "How to Obtain l'atents," with cost of same in the U. S. and foreign countries sent tree. Address. t C.A.SNOW&CO. Opp. Patent Ornci, Washington, D. C. These tiny Capsules aro superior to uaisam of Uopalba, Cubcbs and . Injections, (fff Tliey cure in 43 Lours tho S same diseases without anylncon- venlcnce, SOLD BYALLDRUGOISTS SHILOH'S GOIISUMPTIOII CURE. The snccess of this Oreat Congh Pnrc ih without a parallel in the history of medicine. All druggists are authorized to sell iton a pos itive guarantee, a test that no other cure r in successfully stand That it may become known, the Proprietors, at an euormous ex pense, aro placing s Samr'.e Bottle Free into every home in the United States and Canada. If von have a Cough, Sore Throat, or Bron chitis, use it, for it will cure yon. If your child has theOronp, or WhoopingCongli, nse it prompt!?, and relief Is sure. If you dread that insidious disease Consumption, nse it. Ask your Druguist for SHILOH'S CURE, Price 11) cts. , 80 cts. and $1.00. If your Langs are soro or Back Inme, osa Shiloh's Porous blaster. Price 5cti. i'ersale by U Urog gista asd Dealers CURE FITS I Vht-ii I;jrcu:el do not lcena merelT to stop them for n.ean(! then havethL'mrctnnni:a.n. I iPffio ridVslrnrc 2 hnr- nude tha lii.'e c? FITS. Krlf-EiY or KAI.UNii SJIOitSS a liic-o?.. stiiiir. I warrant my remcdv to cure the vort: H-ynum ot5i 3 hiTe failed it norsen l.'rn:t now receitir.g a cure. S;".:tl at o.i. - '.)i 3 :.- :i:iie an.l a Free lun.'.e of my i::".'. d -rireedv. t.'ro Enrfstmd l)st- imce. M L.. r iOT. 'M. C-, lei t'ertrt 3t. K, Y. 17n Lm i ful Is the Hue to take to all points EASTandSOUTH It is the DINING CAT. ROUTE It offers the best sei vice, ron E bmiiii: . SPBBDand C0MF0UT It lil Ho populHr route with tliu.-e wlin wi-h to travel on THE SAFEST It Is U1c1cforetliflmnlp3r.il Mmu'd take. It rutin through vostibiiled trains every day m Hie year to ST. PAUL AND CIIIOAGO No Change of Cars, ElcganllPiilliiiiiii Sleepers, Siipi'rior Tourist Slccpei'?, Splendid Free Second-class Sleepers, Only one clmnge of ears Portland to New York Through Tickets To Any Tart of tlie civilized world. Passengers ticketed via all boats runnlin between Antoria, ultima and l'or! luiiti. Full Information concerning riles, lime r. Iran n mutes mid other detuils ftiniislteil application to B. L NOLF. Agent Astoria Steamer Telephone Dock, A. D. CHAfiLTON, Assistant. (TCiieral Pittsonner Agent, 12) First St.. cor. Wahluiiitou, Port.lmid. (iresoii Smm Only Line Running THROUGH DAILY TRAINS Leaving Portland, 8:45 AM. 7:30 PM. 3 1 DAYS ro 2 CHICAGO 7 Hours Quickerio 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 MAY, 18!!J. Stnto f'iitnriliiy May 0. Oregon Weiliiesiluv May III. Oliinibhi Snntinv May M. Mate 'l liiirsilnv Miiv IS. Oregon Monriuv M:iy ?-. (.'olninliiA Kriiinv L'li. Suite TueMluy May aft ASTORIA & PORTLAND STEAMERS i..,i. n-iwitn ..i.,, i.Airj.. ii,,ii,,., , i u ,. in., r ttirnli'jr leaves J'ortl.uid daily, except Sunday. atTa. in. The inorninjr boat f loin I'oi t l:inl niiiki-s laniiliiirson the Oreunn side Tnesdavs. Thurs days, and Saturdays : on Wnsliineton .side Mon days Wednemlavs and Kridavs, Kinlu Astoria ll. 1,w.l,t I hinl-ao l.....ll..... .... ,I.A IW iiiv .Moulin ,1,1(110 iiumcii iiiiiiiii'i;' wii iiit- wir- If 1 I, ,I,U kl..1.,U WA.I....U.I....U r..l L'.t.l....- .'1 on, I'lviniltli, I ,.nn mill and on the W:u"lili:ptoii side Tuesdayi, Tliu'rs- um iinii cluiuiiiEii For rates and general liifniimitioii call oner address, W. II. HtTRl.BUBT, (i. W. I.OluNSBEKKY. A. ieii irt. .t, Portland, Or. Astoria, Or. THE,: OUEtJON : UAKEHY 1. A. CLE TELA SI), Prop. Good Bread Cakes and Pastry. None but tlie T.eU Material used. Satisfaction Guaranteed Custome. Brend delivered In any part of the city FISHER BROTHERS SHIP CHANDLERS. Heavy and tball HARDWAHR t:ar.7 In ' loefc Wagons anl 'vYhrdt-.a, . Farm Maehinery. Paints. VntU!:es. IS?.;r' Bi fili". KahNrlt' "-eales. Door and Vkiui.rn.iL PROVISIONS FLOUR ind M!U- ! KEL. ASTOPJA, - - OREGNO. V..tjivtfiA ' Morning boat leaves Ast'iri dally, eseent, Sunday, in C a. in.: returning, leaves rortlnml daily, exeepl, Saturibiy, nt S n. in, Nlelit boat l....iro Jul,,,,, .1..1U. U.....I .11 ... .