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THE DAILY ASTOKJULN. ASTOltlA, THUltHDAY MOltHLNOU JULY 13. lbV3
LOOK AT THIS I Take the Daily Asto- rian and Get a LARGE LIBRARY FREE The Astorian's Latest and Uest Premium Offer. Every regular subscriber to Tho Daily Astorlan for the next twelve months will be entitled every ten weeks, to a set of ten first class novels, by sending us 30 cents (for each set of ten books) In postage stamps of silver, on receipt of which we will send tho books post paid. These books are complete novels by standard authors, each a handsome octavo volumn of 64 large double col umn pages, In a neat attractive cover, and printed from clear, readable type, us follows: THE BELLE OF LYNN; or THE MILLER'S DAUGHTER. By Chor lt(tte M. Broome, author of "Dora Thorne." THE BLACK TULIP. By Alexander Dumas. THE DUCHESS. By "The Duchess." NURSE REVEL'S MISTAKE. By Florence Warden. MERLE'S CRUSADE. By Rosa Nou chette Carey. A STUDY IN SCARLET. By A. Conam Doyle. RUCK RUIN; Or, THE DAUGH TER OF THE ISLAND. By Mrs. Ann d. Stephens. LORD LISLE'S DAUGHTER. By Charlotte M. Hraeme, author of "Dora iiiorne." THE AUMORER OF TYRE. By Syl vuiiuh Cobb, Jr. Mt, LilU'UL'a LOVE STORY. By i,,.uigo EiUutl. A SCAKLET SIN. By Florence Alur- ryat. TtiE SEA KING. By Cuplalu Mur iyut. xuE 8EIGE OF GHANADA. By 'Hlr E. Bulwer Lytton. Mr. MEESON'S WILL. By II. Rider Huggord. JENNY IIARLOWE. By W. Clark Russell. BEATON'S BARGAIN. By Mrs. .Alexander. THE SQUIRE'S DARLING. By Uiailotto M. Braeme, uuthor of "Dora liorne." THE RUSSIAN GIPSY. By Alexan der Dumas. TiiE WANDERING 11 KIR. By Charles Reade. FLOWER AND WEED. By Alius E. Bruudon. , NO THOROUUHFAUIO. By Charles tilckens und Wllkle Collins. THE GREAT HOGGARTY D1A ilOND. By W. M. Thackeray. The above books are nicely printed ' und bound in ulirucllve paper covers. They urn sold regularly at retail for leu cents each, bo that our offer en ables our readers to buy them at one third of their value. It is a grand t chance to securo standard, hlgh-closa works of llollou at merely nominal cost. Tho lowest price of these novels In uny other way, would be 10 cunts each, or $1 for the tun book, which The As loriun subscribers cuu have for SO cents. Every ten weeks a new set of ten uooks will be uttered on the some terms. Thus, In the course of the year, you will have a uluable library of GO books that will cost you only $1.G0. This offer Is open only to regular sub scribers. Subscribers to The Dally Astorlan, who pay V for one year In advance will be entitled to these books free of charge. Now la the time to get your home newspaper, and a valuable library be sides, for only the regular prlc of the paper. Subscribers to The Weekly Astorlan who pay $3 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 r sil ver to the amount of S 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. ITEMS FROM KNAPFA. Knappa, Oregon, July 8th, 1893. Editor Astoria: The Fourth passed off quietly, each one celebrating In his own way. A picnic at Bear creek, a number of Invited guests whlled away the time until a late hour In music and song, fire works etc., at Mr. J. A. Knapp'a, some "tripping the light fantastic at ' the hall until the 'wee sma' hours." The. weather Is fine, a greatfully ac cepted change, and crop prospects are good, loggers are happy, or would be If the lumber market wasi better. As It Is, they are Inclined to make the best of It, hoping that we shall have a reign of prosperity Instead of a rain of adversity. All the people here are In terested In the railroad proposition and were glad to read In the Astorlan that Mr. Remington is likely to bring the neeesfleary money Into the country to build the much-needed road. Mr. M. McFurlung made us a visit yesterday. Prof. J. T. Lee Is rusticating In the Willamette valley. Miss Laura Knapp is visiting friends In Forest Grove. Miss N. A. Spencer just completed a term of school In the Fourth district which has been concluded very much to the satisfaction of Its patrons and friends. The school closed with un entertainment at the church by the scholars, which was well attended. Marches, songs and recitations were rendered In a manner highly creditable to teacher and scholars, and showed thorough and careful training. Re marks were made by Revs., Kirkhope and Lyman, after which Miss Spencer was presented with a fine volume of poema from her scholars as a token of their affection. All left feeling that It had been a delightful evening. I. C. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. In the matter of the estate of Sarah' 13. Coltman, deceased. xT..tif.a ia Vtorohv irivpn ihttt flit un dersigned has been appointed by the County court ot laiaop uuuiuy, fre miti. mlmlnlHtrator of the estate of Sa rah E. Cofl'man, deceased. All persons having claims against Bald estate will present them to me at my ofllce In Astoria, Oregon, duly au thenticated within six months from this date. W. W. PARKER. A. R. Kanaga, Attorney for adminis trator. 1893. Dated nt Astoria, Oregon, April 4th, A RUINOUS LOSS. Why Is it thnt people In general are so prone to disregard loss of strength, clearly perceptible In lodlly shrinkage, failure of appetite, broken rest? Incom prehensible but true. Sheer careless ness, an overweening confidence. In the power of nature to recuperate thes3 are suggestible reasons. One omthe most observablo signals of danger thrown by distressed naturo is waning strength. An efficient tonic Is the best safeguard against impending peril. Among the lnvlgorants which modern science has developed and experience approved Is Hostetter's Stomach Bit ters, and It occupies the first. Diges tion renewed by this genial stomachic, compensates for a drain of vital force, nnd a regular action of the bowels and tranquil condition of the nerves, both Insured by its use, co-operate in the complete restoration of vigor. The bit ters remedies liver and kidney trouble and malaria. MRS. DR. M. E. McCOY, PHYSI CIAN AND SURGEON. Is In this city. She makes chronic dis eases a specialty. Deafness, catarrh, asthma, dyspepsia, diseases of the throat and lungs, kidney, urinary or gans and all private diseases. Special attention given to diseases of women, Consultation free. Cure or no charg es. Offlo hours, 9 to 12 a. m. and 1 to R p. m.. Ofllce rooms IS and 19, Hotel Tlgho. YOU SHOULD READ THIS. Tho popularity of tho Union Pacific Ik best letermlned by the superior service It accords to the traveling public in main taining two dally through trains to inmtm. 8t, Paul, Chicago and points east, II .....I. I., a.,.iltAnul ivlth nil thrt IlLtPMt ......II ..... tin. .i..i.tr..ft nlwl MllfelV of its patrons besides shortening the distance materially with Us fast trains. The pres ent train schedule enables pusseiwers to I each St. Paul seven hours quicker and Chicago twenty-four hours quicker. Omaha and Kansas City nnd Intermediate points, lorty Hours quicKer man any im i ..- ......1.1- I iruiu mo I ileum nuuuncDi. T'ntrnnlzft the Northern Pacific railroad tf you are going East. Low rates of fare, tliroUKIl IH'KPIS, nilKKnRO I'lin-ura iu ui-nii-tiullnn. All purchasers of second class H.-l.tH can Kton over at Portland. Rates of fare same bb from Portland. i v n ..a fl.milB In V.nrnn whose passage you wish to prepay to Astoria, mil nt the Northern Pacific ofllce.steonier Telephone dock, nnd make known your wants. Reduced rates via all the lead ing steamship lines. Hundley & linns, 150 First street. Port land, have on aula the Dally Astorlan, no that visitors need not miss their morning paper when they are here. SHERIFF'S SALE. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for the County of Clatsop. R. N. C.irnahnn plaintiff v&. V. J Goodonough defendant. By virtue of an execution and order of snlo Issued out of and under the seal of tho above entitled court In the above entitled cause on the 25th day of May, 1S93, upon a judgment duly mnde and rendered therein on the 22d day of May, 1893, which said execution and order of sale was to me directed and delivered, I did on the 6th day of June, 1893, levy upon all tho right, title, claim and Interest of the within named defendant In and to tho following des cribed real estate, to-wlt: Block for-tv-five (45), and the weet one-half of block forty-seven (47), of the part of Upper Astoria as laid out nnd recorded by John Adair in Clatsop county, Or egon, and I shall on Monday, tho 10th day of July, A. D., 1S93, at the hour of 10 o'clock a, m., of sold day In front of the county court house door, In the city of Astoria, In said county and state, proceed to sell the same or so much thereof as shall be sufficient -to satisfy the sum of $151.40 with Interest thereon ot tho rate of 10 per cent per annum from April 27, 1893. and the further sum of 22.15 costs and dis bursements and the accruing costs on this suit, at publlo auction to the high est bidder for cash In hand in United States gold coin at time of sale. H. A. 8MITII. Sheriff -of Clatsop County. Or. Dated Astoria, Or., June , 1S91 ARE YOU It is the small annoyances, like a lost collar button, that fret and .worry. Sour milk over night; no milkman in the morning; no cream for the coffee; no milk for the baby. The . MIL BORDEH EAGLE BBAHD Condensed Milk is always ready for use. Use it for tea, coffee and chocolatejfor icecream, sum mer drfnks and general cooking purposes. Your Grocer and Druggist sell it. This Country is full of fat, healthy EXECUTORS' NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given to all whom It may concern, that the undersigned have been duly appointed the executors of the last will nnd testament of Georgo Flavel, late of Clatsop county, Oregon, deceased, and as such executors, authorized to administer the estate of such deceased; nnd all persons having claims against the estate of the said deceased are hereby notified and required to present the same duly veri fied, to the undersigned at the ofllce of the undersigned, George C. Flavel, In the city of Astoria, Clatsop county, Or egon, within six months from thl3 date. Dated at Astoria, Oregon, this 10th day of July, 1893. GEORGE C. FLAVEL, MARY C. FLAVEL, S. S. GORDON, Executors.' A strong, healthy xvomun in stead of a tired and ailing one I Sounds like a mir aclo, dctsn't it ! But it isn't. It's only the ordinary, every -day work of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Proscrip tionjust tho work that it was made for. It's a woman's medicine, carefully com- .i ...) i i, ; , i and adapted to her delicato organization. It ma ices weak wotnon strong, suuenng women well. It's nn invigorating, restorative tonic, a soothing and bracing nervine, and a cer tain euro for all tho functional derangements, painful disorders or chronic weaknesses pe culiar to tho sex. For ulceration, displace ments, bearing -down sensations, "female complaints" of every kind, it's a never-failing remedy. ; And, among nil tho medicines that claim to help women, Favorite Prescription " is the only ono that's miaranlecd to do what is promised for it. If it doesn't benefit or cure, in any enso, you have your money back. Is somotliiug else, that may pay the dealer better, likely to be ujuat as good " for you I Easily, Quickly, r Permanently Restored. WEAKNESS, NERVOUSNESS, DEBILITY,' and all tlie train of evils Jromtai'ly errors or later exct-HhCH. the results of . verwork, sickness, worry, cto. FullHtrimgth, development ami tono irlvtn io every organ und iioitlnn of the body. NTrpKnntnrnl method I.nr.u-d Into Improvement K.'t'ii. failure imporwllrle. H,um rtiforeiKM. Book, exptftiuitlon and proof mullet! (Bealcd) free, ERIE MEDICAL CO. .BUFFALO, N. Y, BE '8 Cf.V. i '' f l-'V-w Curo r-wH FILES'. Ma -if i.'m i,, r .11) )cnn. ffir.-itt l... c.Vi;.... IIUIiv: t l.-sli-limli.u'H. Al thimiiistB, ur mi tiinl on nvt'ipi of pn.-i'-asjp, ihtiwx. k VJ $J W"W,,NN A BROWN 3 U'ia 'l tlVl 1 !'r"l.. luililiiiiire. Mil. dr. euNtrs ONON SYRUP F0R COUGHS, COLDS AMD CROUP. GRANDMOTHER'S ADVICE, In ratlin jt family of ninr children, my only rem edy Cor Coujihs, Colds ami Croup wan onlou syrup. It is Just as enVmlvo to-dav a it was forty years ntco. Now my Rmnrtohildr.Mi take Dr. Gun n't. Onion Pyrup which Uolrondv prepared and more ploant to tho laite. tiold ot U) cents bottl. For sale by J. W. Conn, Druggist. JAPANESE CURB A new and romploto treatment, consisting ol mipposttorlt'D, ointment in cnpsuk's, al,o In hox and pills! a iiositlve rare ( ir e ternal, In terunl mind or bteeilinff, Itching, chronic, recent or hrreilltHr!" nlleii, ami many other diaeaaca and female weakneaaca; It is alwavs a iieat bennlH to the general health. The first Hlcooverv of a ineilieal cure rendering an oner tlon with tho knife unnecessary hereafter 1 his remedy has never hem known to fail. 41 nor . t for 1f, sent hy mall. Whv sutler from this terrible disease when a written uar amesis etven with 6 boxes, to refund the money if not cured. Send stamps fer free samp'e. (limranteo Issued by Woodward Clark A C i.. Wholesale and R tall Prunrists Hole Agentt I'ortlai'd, Or. For s ile by J. W. Conn. Astoria Omir Safes, Fireproof. T..v coleb'aled Alpine Rfes kept In stock at the 474. Tlvlr.1 Kt Kent Catate Ottte. W'ar rantud a fv,'l 'l heat. Tvrma very easy W.t CASSKU, Agent. Dealer lit - Hsrdvsra sr.d Ship ChanUry. pure OH, Brtt-'M Vamlsh, Ptnaele Ott. Cot ton Onnv.-M, Hemp .Hat! Twine lard Oil, Wrought Irju Siikv l!lvanliedCut N.tl's rrooorloa, I'.fto. AlfXtcullurnl lmplementa, Swlii)t M nuu hinna, faints ami Oils. vim " mm m1 MARRIED? babies raised on the Eagle brand. SHERIFF'S SALE. In the circuit court of the Btate of Oregon for the county of Clatsop: Astoria Iron Works, Plaintiff, vs. Dean Blanchard, Defendant: By virtue of an execution and order of sale issued out of nnd under tho seal of the above entitled court in the above entitled cause on the 22d day of June, 1893, upon a judfrment duly made and rendered therein on the 19th day of June, 1S93, -which said execution and order of sale was to me directed and delivered, I did on tho 6th day of July, 1893, levy upon all the right, title, claim, and Interest of the within named defendant in and to the follow ing described real estate, to-wit: Lots numbered one (1) and two (2) of block numbered one hundred twenty-one, (121) of J. M. Shlvely's First Addition to Astoria as recorded by him In the record of said county, said real estate being situated in Clatsop county, Or egon, and notice Is hereby given that I shall on Friday, the 4th day of Aug ust, 1893, at the hour of 10 o'clock a m. of said day, in the city of Astorl.v, In said county and state, In front of the court house door, proceed to tell the same or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy the sum of $530.58, with Interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per annum from June. 19, 1893, together with the fur ther sum of J16.90 costs, and disburse ments, and accruing costs of this suit, at public auction to the highest bidder for cash In hand in U. S. gold coin at time of sale. H. A. SMITH, Sheriff of Clatsop County, Oregon. Dated, Astoria, pr., July 5, 1893. SHERIFF'S SALE. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for the County of Clatsop. A. Leberman. Plaintiff, vs. H. M, Spencer, and F. E. Habersham, De fendants: By virtue of an execution and order of sale issued out or ana unaer tne seat of the above entitled court in the above entitled cause, on the 7th day of June, 1893. upon a judgment duly made and rendered therein, on the 6th day of June, 1893, which said execution ana order of sale was to me directed and delivered, I did on the 2Gth day of June, 1893, levy upon all the right, title, claim and interest of the within named defendants in and to the following described real estate, to-wlt: Lots numbered 4, 6, 6, 7, 8, and 9 of block 7, and the undivided one-half interest in lots 14 and 15, of block 10, all in the town of Grand Rapids, as laid out and recorded by the Grand Rapids Improve ment and Development Company, in the county of Clatsop and state of Oregon, and I shall, on Wed' nesday, the 20th day of July, 1893, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. or saia aay, In front of the county courthouse door, In the city of Astoria, in said county and state, proceed to sell the same or so much thereof as shall he sufficient to satisfy the sum of Four Hundred and Eighty Dollars (less the sum of $G0 realized on the sale of personal property) together with interest on the sum of $430 from the 24th day of March. 1893. at the rate of ten per cent per annum, together with the further sum of $50, attorney's rees, witn inter est thereon, until paid, together with the further sum of $56 costs and dis bursements, and the accruing costs of this suit, at public auction to tne nign est bidder for cash in hand in United States gold coin at time of sale. H. A. SMITH, Sheriff of Clatsop County, Oregon. Dated, Astoria, Oregon, June 20, 1893, CAVEATS, ADB MARKS. MVX DE8IOM PATENTS, For Information and free Handbook write to MUNN A COM tt'.l Buoauwat. NKW Youtf. OldoHt bnreau for securing patents In America. Kvery patent taken out by us la brought before the publlo by a notioe given (roe of ohargo In the Largest drcnlatton of any aelcntlfie paper In the worid. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intnllleent nian ahould be without It. Weekly, J.O( a Ieart ai.fillalx months. Address MlINN CO, UUliblUild, atil Uroadwuy, Kc Vorfe City. Caveats, and Trade-M arks obtained, and all I'at ent business conducted for MoscaaTC Fees. Oim Offici is opposite u. s. Patint Omec and we can secure patent iu 1cm time luan thuse remote from Washington. Send model, drawing or photo., with descrip tion. We advise, if patentable or not, free of chanre. Our fee not due till patent ia secured. A Pamphlet, "How to Obtain Patents," with coat of same in the U. & and foreign countries sent free. Address, c.a.snow&co. t)M. lATrNT Arnev. UfAiuiNaTftN. tv C. j These tiny Capsules arc superior Cubcbs and Injections. They euro In 43 hours tho V J aaina disoasr without anyincon- Tenlence. SOLOBYAUDRUCMSTS i Scientific American f Agency w Hi) A TJ trade marks, SMJi DE8IOM PATENTS, -si SHERIFF'S SAXiB. In tho Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for the County of Clatsop. C. H. Page, Plaintiff, vs. J. H. D. Gray, Laura W. Gray, J. Q. A. Bowl by, "Wiley Ballew as executors of the last will and testament of Louis Wil son Deceased and the Astoria Box Company. By virtue of an execution and order of sale Issued out of and under the sale of the above entitled court in the above entitled cause on the 29th day of May 1893, upon a decree of foreclosure ana Judgment duly made ana renaerea therein on the 22nd day of May 1893, which said execution and order of sale was to me directed and de livered, I did on the 31st day of May, 1893, levy upon all tne rignt, title. claim and intereest of the above named defendants in and to the following described real estate, to-wlt: Lots number six (6), seven (7), twenty (20) twenty-one (21), twenty-two (22) and twenty-three (23), of tract numbered one (1), - and lot thirty-two (32), of tract numbered two (2), all of and In block numbered twenty-seven, In Olney's addition to the Town of As toria as laid out and recorded by J. G. Hustler and II. S. Aiken, executors and devisees of the last will and testament of Cyrua Olney, deceased, as said block Is sub-divided and recorded by J. H. D. Gray and recorded by him in plat book, numbered one, at page num ber 26. Record of Town or City Plats, In and for the county of Clatsop, and State of Oregon, and all of said land being in said county and state, and I shall on Monday the 3d day of July, 1893, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day ,in front of the county court house door, In the City ot As toria in said countv and state, proceed to sell the same, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to satisry tne sum of $892.41 with interest on said sum from May 2d, 1893, until paid, and the further sum of S22.60. costs and dis bursements, and the accruing costs of this suit, at public auction to tne ntgn est bidder for cash in hand in United Slates gold coin at time of sale. H. A. SMITH, Sheriff ot Clatsop County, Or, Dated Astoria, Or., May 31, 1893. NOTICE TO POLICY HOLDERS Notice is hereby given to all persons In the State of Oregon holding surance Company, of Ban jrrancisco. Of the withdrawal from the state of Oregon of the State Investment x. in nniiioci In tho StHtp Tnvpstment & In j,tl,.lL ... v..w . surance Company, of San Francisco, roiifnnin ami in all other nersons in terested, that the said company has reinsured its business in the State of Oregon, in the Fireman's Fund Insur ance Company, or Ban j'rancisco, Cali fornia, and has filed notice thereof with Yi aonrptnrw of state, of said state. ana nrnnnspa to withdraw its securi ties on deposit with the treasurer there of, and to cease aoing Dusiness in saiu state. Any policy holder in the State of Oregon, or any other person having claims against saia insurance company, herphv notified to file the same with secretary of tate of the state of Or egon, within six (6) months from the iap rtf tho nnhllpfl.tion of thl.q notice. This notice Is given pursuant to the provision of an act of the legislative as sembly of the state of Oregon, entitled "An art tn nmpnit Sections 3SB4.. 35B8 and 3580, of Chapter L, of the Miscel laneous Laws or uregon, as uompiiea and Annotated by W. Lair Hill." Ap proved February zd, issj. TWIT. KT ATP! INVESTMENT AND INSURANCE CO., By George L. Brander, President Attest; Charles M. Blair, Secretary - HUNTER & MERGENS, Proprietors ol the Portlaod Butchering Cos Markets O iniKr Hecond and lit-nton streets, 0 iiner Third and We-t Kixlilh streets. JEFF'S RESTAURANT -18 THE Bon Ton Ton Restaurant in the Town (And tho Finest on the Coast. i Dinner Parties, Banquets a Special!) Th Flaest Wines aid Liquors. MACHINE SHOP J AS. ALillTY, Frop'r. (Successor to Arndt& Fcrchen.) Boiler Rcpnlrln nnd f'nnnery Work. Hcnair- Ingof River draft aHneeisity. Machine work ol all Kinits (tone, nnnp, loyi i.ulayi llo Kt. BOOTS AND SHOES The Largest Stock, Beat Quality nnd Lowest rrlcea at the Sign of The Golden Shoe, DKALF.K I HARDWARE, IKON, STEEL, IRON PlPs: AND FITTINGS. STOVES - AND - TINWARE House Furnishing Goods, 8heet Lend, Strip Lead, Sheet Iron, Tin ami Copper. The Original and Genuhi (WORCESTERSHIRE) SAUCE Impart tho most delicious tuta snd reet tC EXTRACT of 1 LETTKK from MEDICAI, GEN TLEMAN at Mad ras, to nis brother at WOHCESl'KB, alar. 1S5L "Tn LEA PEEKINS' that their aauce ia bUriily esteemed in tndia, and la in my opinion, tho mot tnlntable. aa well aa llw m-wt whole- Kesk made" Beware of Imitations; 6ee that you get Lea & Perrins' BUmatnre on nry botlof Oritrlnal k Oranin f UUN PINCAX'S SOJiSi ShVf VOKK. rrs socph, j GRATIESV 1 FISH, - HUT COI.U SMC. l-:, 1 aiEAT, IllAttEBITa, M C Line Running 2 THROUGH DAILY TRAINS Leaving Portland, 8:45 AM. " . " 7:30 PM. 1 DAYS TO 2 CHICAGO 7 Hours Quicker toSt. Paul, 23 Hours Quicker toChicago 40 Hours Quicker to Omaha and Kansas City. Pullman and Tourist fcreoKors. Free Reclining Chair Cars, Din ing Cars. ASTORIA TO SAN FRANCISCO OCEAN STEAMERS r JUfT, 189a. Columbia Thursday July 13. Rate Mmidav July 1". Oregon Kritlay July 21. " Coluuit'la Tttetdtiy July 21. btate ratiirdny July i'j. ASTORIA & PORTLAND STEAMER3, MornliiK boat leaves Astoria daily, exoifpt; Sunday, at 6 a. in.; returning, leaves I'orUm.U daily, except Saturday, atSn. in. N'Rlif, ftoat. leaves Astoria dully, exeept Sinida , ht in.;: r turiilei' leaves Portland dally, exeept tiw.dny, at 7 n. in. The inorniiiK boat fnnn I'oi tlajiini;ik t liuidlnson tlie Ori'Kim tide Tnesdt!, Thurs days, him Saturdays ; on Washington. Side Mini davs Wednesdays and r'rldays. Proin Astorhu the morning boats makes lauding mi the Ore (run hide Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays., ami ontlm WaliliiKii,hi-ldu Tuesdays, Tliuia das and Sal unlays. For rales and general Inclination call un otr address, W. H. UUKtBURT, G. W. I.OUN8BEKB. A. tien. Pas. Ant. Ai?eiitL Purllaud, Or, Astoria, Or. Is the line to lake to all points EASTandSOUTH, It is the DIMNG CAF. JJUOTE Jt oirers the best sei ,y, com lnnuK SrEEDaiC'OMFOIlT It Is the popnh'r rnuie with tlue hIio. wiliu Irtivel on TH.TS SAFEST It Is therefore (be roul you should take. It runs linnHKh vesliliulcd trains ever day in tlie year to ST. PAUL AID CHICAGO No Change of Cars, Elfgant Piilliiiiin Sleepers, Superior Tourist Sleepers, Splendid Free Second-elass Sleeper Only one change of ears. Portland to New York Through Tickets To Any Part of tlie civilized world. Passcnecrs tieketed via. all Kisfs mnnini between Astoria, Kalnma and PorMand. . Full Information cnneemlnir rate. ttm nt trains, mutes nud ntber detnils fnrnloherl nn application to C.W.STONE, Aucnt Astoria. Steamer Telephone loek. A. D. CHARLTON, Assistant General Passenger Ajrnit No. 11 First St.. cor. Wa.sliin.ntou, Porllaud. Oreaoi. . THE : OREGO.N : JJAKEItY a. a. n.mxAjn, Prop. Good Bread Cakes and Pastry None but the Best Materials used. Satisfaction Guaranteed Customf- Bread delivered hi any part of tho city FISHER BROTHERS, SHIP CHANDLERS. HeaTT and Shall HARDWARE Car.7 in f'uyk Wagons and Vehicles,. rum Machinery, PalnK "lils. Varnishes LotTKers' Br.ppliea, Tai, bunk's clea, Doors anil Wim.ows. PROVISIOfJS. FLOCR ind MTU, FFED. ASTORIA, . . OREGXO.