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THE DAILY A8TOKLAN. ASTOJilA, Til (jit HDAY MOIINXNU, JULY 27. ktii)3
LOOK AT THIS! Take the Mly Asto rian and Get a LARGE LIBRARY FREE The Astoriau's Latest jiiid Host Premium Otter. Every regular sulwcrlber to The ally Astorlan for the next twelve t.ionthH will be entitled every ten wi'ekB. to a net of ten first class novels, )' Bunding us 30 cents (for each set of i. n books) In postage mumps of silver, ou receipt of which we will send the (Kiks post paid. These books are complete novels by Mandard authors, each a handsome octavo volumn of 04 large double col umn paces, In a neat attractive cover, md printed from clear, readable type, is follows: THE UELLE OF LYNN; or THE MILLER'S DAUGHTER. By Char i.itte ftt. braeme, author of "Dora Thome." THE liLACK 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, Conum Doyle. ROCK RUIN; Or, THE DAUGH TER OF THE ISLAND. By Mrs. Ann j. Stephens. LORD LISLE'S DAUGHTER. By Charlotte M. Braeme, author of "Dora Thome." THE ARMORER OF TYRE. By Syl vuiius Cobb, Jr. Air, CILFIL'S LOVE STORY. By George Elliott. A SCARLET SIN. By Florence Mar ryat. THE SEA KINO. By Captulu Mar ry at. THE SEIGE OF GRANADA. By Sir E. Bulwer Lytton. Mr. MEESON'S WILL. By II. Rider Haggard. JENNY HARLOWE. By W. Clark RuBsell. BEATON'S BARGAIN. By Mrs. Alexander. THE SQUIRE'S DARLINU. By Charlotte M. Braeme, author of "Dora Thorne." THE RUSSIAN 0.11'SY. By Alexan der Dumas. THE WANDERING 11E1R. By Charles Itemle. FLOWER AND WEED. By Miss i.t. E. Braddon. NO THOROUGHFARE. By Charles likens and Wllkle Collins. . THE OREAT HOGGARTY IA .UOND. By W. M. Thackeray. The ubove books aro nicely printed and bound in attractive paper covers. They are sold regularly at retail for ten. cents each, bo that our offer en ables our readers to buy them at one llilrd of their value. It la a grand iliance to secure standard, liigh-eliias works of (lotion at merely nominal cost. The lowest price of those novels In any other way, would bo 10 cents each, or $1 for the ten books, which The Aa tortan subscribers can have for 30 cents. Every ten weeks a new set of ten books will bd offered on the same terms. Thus, In the course of the year, ou will have a valuable library of 50 books that will coat you only 31. E0. This offer Is open only to regular sub scribers. Subscribers to The Dally Astorlan, who pay 37 for one your In advance will be entitled to these books free of i liurgo. 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 Tho Weekly Astorlan who pay 32 In advance for ono year's subscription, will be entitled to any ot t hese books they may select at the rate of 3 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 tho books srnt postpaid to the address of any rt gulnr subscriber to The Weekly Asto. rlun as above. All the patent mean-meg advertised In this pspwr, together with tlio clioleovt -funic rv, and toilet articles U. can . bonulit at th lowt prices Ht .t. W. IVim'ii drug store, opposite Occident hotel, Aalorta. NOTICEl Vsa Zlnfnndel wln Intend of cofT- or tVii'h and imrlc'ot brandy, ulso French Cnac: and wtn nt A1It GUUerfs. THE PORTLAND CHINESE CASES- .Washington, Tuly 25. Supervising Special Agent Tingle of the Treasury department says that tho government has a good case against the ex officials of the customs service, who have been indicted at Portland Oregon. NotwUh standing the indicted men claim that the action against them Is inspred by political motives, Tingle, who is a republican, says that this allegation Is untrue. He regrets as much as any body that he to perform ' a disagree able part but he was bound to do hi" duty and will push the' cases to. the end. He says the collector at Portland must have received about fifty dollars a head for each Chinese he smuggled in. There were 700 Chinese brought , in all, and the revenue derived by these enterprising treasury officers amounted In all to about thirty five thousand dollars. Tingle estimates that there were 8500 pounds of opium smuggled, the duty on which' would amount to $102,000. After the govern mcnt succeeded n making the eae, soveml meTnbers of the gang tumbled over one another In their do Biro to turn states evidence. GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER., Union. Or. July 26.-M the circuit court this morning the Jury in tho case of Dan Tartar, charged wHh killing hB brother, Robert Tartar,, In 'Eagle Valley, this county, brought In a ver die of manslaughter, CORRECTING A LIBEL. In last Tuesday's Oregonlnn appears a communication In which "the Inhu man conduct which Is taking place near the mouth of the Columbia river" Is described in the most lugubrious and mendacious terms. Tho correspondent, one E- G. Gran ville, gives ns Ma authority a certain Gus Snugg, of Astoria, who told the tale "with tears In his large, honest eyes." Yesterday Coroner William, Pohl was seen by a representative of the Astorl an, and asked his opinion of the matter. 'It is all mess of falsehood,," said the official. "I saw Gus Snugg yesterday afternoon, and asked him where the body lay. He didn't know himself, but hod heard the yarn from somebody else- We hunted up "somebody else," who had no better authority for the state ment. There isn't a body there." It is unfortunately true that a very large number of fishermen are drowned during the season, at the mouth of the Columbia river, but that is no more the fault of the authorities of Clatsop As toria and the federal government, than It is to the discredit of Providence. If Granville had merely become spon sor to Snugg" Munchausenlsm, he would have simply ranked as a green horn, or a softy who could have been Imposed upon by such a transparent gag. But to adopt, publish and pro mulgate such libels, and to make elab orate and derogatory comments thereon Is to remove E. G- G. from the plane of a fool to the status of a liar. A few days ago a trio of Celestials went bear hunting at Knappton. one of their having a narrow escape before hie return. Tho hunters wera armed with one shot gun loaded vv'th tlrd Bhot, and two clubs, the latter be ing intended for use in disposing of any Juvenile members of the Bruin fam ily that might be encountered. Before the party had been long out a monster she bear and two cubs were discovered making a meal oft Borne dead Salmon, and an effort was made to capture the cubs. The old bear showed fight, and two of tho Chinese learned suddenly that they hadn't lost any bears, leaving their companion, armed with The shot gun to face the music. The two chnrg es of bird shot were fired into the In furlated animal, but the next instant the Chlnanmn received a blow on the head that rendered him insensible. The bear then took her cubs and n nde for the timber, leaving the hunter pros trate on tho beach. FOR SALTS BY AUCTION. Improved machinery for the whole salo manufacture of mineral water will be sold at public auction. Particulars as to date ot snle, etc., can bo had by applying to Murtm Omen, auction cer, Second street. MRS. DR. M. E. McCOY, PHYSI CIAN AND SURGEON. Is In this city. She makes chronla dls eases, a specialty. Deafness, catarrh, asthma, dyspepsia, diseases of the throat and lungs, kidney, urinary or iran8 nnd all private diseases. Special attention given to diseases ot women, Consultation free. Cure or no charg i. Olllo hours, 9 to 12 a. in. nnd 1 to 6 p. m.. Olllce rooms 18 and 11), Hotel Tlghe. : A HOUSEHOLD REMEDY. Allnnck'a rorous Flosters are the only reliable plasters ever produced- Fra Krnnt, clean, Inexpensive, and never falling; they fully meet all the require monts of a household remedy, and should always be kept on hand- For the relief and cure of weak back, weak musolee. lameness, stilt or enlarged Joints, pnln In the chest, small of the back, nnd around the hips, strains, utltche", and all local pains, Allcock's Porou" Plasters are unequalled. Beware of Imitations, and do not be deceived by misrepresent tlons. Ak for Allcock's, and let no solicitation or ex lunation induce you to accept a pub siltute. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE- Notice is hereby g'ven that I have been duly appointed administrator of the estate of Mary Ann Adair, d ceased. All peons indebted to said estate are requested to call at my of flee at No. 119. Genevieve street Ato rla, Clatsop county, Oregon, and pay the same- And all persons having claim" against paid estate must pre sent the same to me. with the proper voucher", at the above named place, within six month from date of thU notice. ' Dated, Astoria, Oregon. July ?!. 1S33. B. VAN DUSEN. i t Administrator of said estate. PURITY! Hi 4 f r PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. R. N- Williams, of Port Angeles, is in the city. Sheriff Smith returned from Portland yesterday afternoon- Mr. .J It. Rathom, left for Portland this morning on business. Mr. J. P. Hayden, of Portland, came down the river yesterday morning. Mr. and Mrs. B. Hurt of New York registered at the Occident yesterday. Mr- J. G- Bardcn, of Bloomlngton, reg'.stered at the Occident yesterday. Mr- P. F. Du Flon, agent of the Independent steamer! line, was In town yesterday. Miss iAwrence and Miss Helen Dick eron contemplate leaving next week for a visit to Chicago and other East ern points. ' Mr- W- TrulUnger, who has been visiting Chicago and seeing the World's Fair for three or four weeks past, left Chicago for Astoria on Tuesday. Easily Quickly, Permanently Roslored. WEAKNESS, , NERVOUSNESS, DEBILITY, mi (I h tho train of evlln Irointinly eiToreor Inter xc Kti'.'rf, tku rusulu of i venvoik, nick no 8 tt, vorrv.eto. FullHtrcngth, (lovelopnient ami tono tflven lo every oitjan and portion of thti b.Hly. hlmplf. natural met ho& ImniKllHtHiinnroTPirirMit nt'vn, t'litlure finpOftuliilp. 2,(100 referencea. h.!t, explanation and proofri mailed (sealed) free. ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO. N, Y. c-TAPANBSR c A new mi l complete treatment, ccmsis'.lngol 8Uio.-tUrit cilntnmiit In ransulei, also In boj mid r-illls; s nositlvo euro for e teruul, In ItMii.il 1)HimI or liluciling, itclilm, chronic, rwent nr heri!di!nr vil.-s, nnd many other fllHcvmcs tiiiil ieinnlu wci'- inwi-s; it Is always a (treat twucitlt to the ,.-c n rti! h.-nllh. The Hrst dlnpovery of a medlrnl enr-' rHiidoring an opor tion whh the knlfo niiiieii -sry hereafter I'lilu r.-i-.iiiilv hue iinvi i- 1. 11 lrnnu'n t Ftill. tl per hnx, A for 5; wilt ly mull. Why sull'or from tlilfi terrible dlscuse when a written guar- aniec" is t'lveu Willi n I'cix' , to reniiid tne nniiiv If not mred. Hi-nd ittainnfi fnr frcP amnio, (jiiariuiteo It-ii-id hy Woodward Clurlt A Co., Wholesale ui) Retail DruirijlsH Pole Agents Portland. Or. Fur .in!o by J. W. Conn. AsMt-la Qtreuv sDR. GUMS IMPEOVJtD rlLLQ ONLY ONE FOR A DOSE A WORD TO LADIES. YhMO pilldariBO rlidcrriH i i tautt. smell and notion from oihera, Iht ih y unnl-.i io cilKd u Uicalcd confection. L;(H.-;i iU i ( ti:.m Jijodachm aud those with onllow i fui- .. hh a vho cannot tako ordinary ptllH nre rtfl'cM '1 w!th them. They make tha t:1? rM.i'''. fi-.-e frni bl(ttlfe and piuipleii, U.C towoiik.j lsi ii. Co.. lhfladclyUia, F For salo by J. W. Conn, Druggist. of; pii re - - .... i vi. j r, , n Mi;.V. t.Vntur Hi.ii- 1. Jikli.Kt i,ni;. iniHslii'a. At ilriiKitlsiA, or In JU-d ell icvint of JWJ 1" u v - Atle. rer box. f W3 1 VIM'.t' MiSH A, CR0WI A W lis ' 'Ol-c! i-wtlUttV. M.t Grand Annual Picnic k Tim Finnish - Brolhcriiood, At Seaside, Or., And Dance at Fisher's Hail Sunday, August 6. Tho commodious nn-1 t-U'Riint flosmor T. J. POTT33R Will leave toe V. 1. doek at .s m. - Tickets for round trip, inoludins mi mission to tho ball, $1.00. Utxiiitfor'g celebrated band nud or chestra will supply the music. F. Wiokman, A1it Ilolrattn. Harry Jouea, Charles Lnity, Win. PHittjn, John Stark, committee ot nrranijeinent. EF8 0 4i Un m ri PURITY! That is the fundamental principle of our business and on it; we stake our. reputation when making the Gill BOBDEH EAGLE BlilD Condensed Milk.. In times of epidemics when all foods are called into question the public can rely with perfect confidence on the Eagle brand and serve it with the assurance that it is a food Free From All Disease Germs. Remember that! It's the food for children. YourGrocer and Druggist sell it. Every can is sterilized and every microbe killed, BOOTS AKJ) SHOES The largest Stock, Best Quality mid . Lowest Print's at the Sign of Tim tiolilou Shoe. tjljsltzz&s eta oo. J". 13.. WTATT - Dealer in - Hardware and $ft!p Shscritery. Pure Oil, Bright Varnish. WliHi'ln U. Cut to n Cmivai. Ileum Hall Twine. I urd On. Wrought liou Spilicc, (jalviiiizted (Jut Nail (3-roooi'iois, 13ft o. Agricultural IiiiiOi-niciPb, Svln(r Miv in:i it'iir-c, Paints unci Oils. HUMTEfl 3c MERGENS, Proprietors of the M Co.'s a Comer Second and Itenton strfds Coiner Third and We.t liluhth streets. 3 UiXV . CROSBY, DKAl.ICK 1K- HARDWAIIK, IUON, STEEL, iTiov v,Y' am yrrnxiis. 8T0VKS AN I) - TLNWABE, tonse FiirnlMiini: '"-.'. Sliect l.ead.Slrip Lead, Sheet lion. m and Copiier. I. W. (' A S E, BANK Ell. TflAKSACTC i QENEAL BANKINQ ntlSiHSSB. Drafts drawn arnilublc In any par. of the V S and Kurnpc, and on Hong Kong, Chi on, Office Honrs:-10 A. M. to P. M. Odd Fellows Building, Astoria, Oregon. I. W. CASE, INSURANCE AGENT, - REPRESENTING German-American, Ncir York City, N. Y. Union Fire snd Marine, of New Zealand National Fire and Marino Ins. Co., of Hartford. Connecticut Fire Ins. Co., of Hartford. Home Mutual Ins. Co., of San Francisco. Phoenix, of London. I Imperial, of London. New York Plate Glass Ins. Co. THE AS'fOBIA SAVrNGS BAM ActB n trustee for .orpornilons and tudivid uaU DiyoaiiMoltoitcd lutorcsi bo allowed on diivlHgi dopolt as lollowM On ord'n.iry savings l loks -1 pi-r cunt nei aniinni. On term siiv lntjBbookii 6 per cunt, per anui m. On cerl Itlcatcs ol deposit: For tlireo montlii", i per cent, per Annum. For sis months. 5 per cent, per annum. For twelve months, 0 per cent., per anoiim. I. W. CASE - '. Prenideni J. Q. A. BOWLHY. .Vliie-l'nldenl FRANK PATTON., W. K. DICMKNT , Cashier Set rulnrj (lust Holmes. A. 8. Re-d. D1KKCTOKI': Q. A. Bowlby, fteiij. Yomitf, F. J.TffylJr. L W. Case, J C. U. P.'Ke, THE PORTLAND SAVINCS BANK Or rORTLAUll, OKKOOK. Paid up capital - 2Cfl,000 Surplus and profits CO.UOC RANK DKKUM, President. 1). P. THOMPSON, Viee-ProBidont H. C. STRATI ON, Cashier Tide Tal)lc lor Awtoriu. 1111,11 WATKK. low w.ai;:u. H . P H. S. M T. W T. F. A. M. 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Satisfaction Guaranteed Customers Bread deliTCred lu any part of the city ASTORIA NATIONAL BANK TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Account ot Flrun and IndivlduaU solicited on Favorable Term. Koreln andUomentlo ExchaneeboiiKht anl wld. Mooe? Loaned on Personal secuiitv. Interest paid on Xiiao UepoEita as follows: For 8 months, i per cent per annum. ' 6 " 5 " " " j ,. 6 .i ii A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Hiivlnu been established In connection wllb tho hIiOVP flonn.it.1 u-ill lia rAitiirMfl In :i lilii.ilil u of one dollar nnd inward. interest will be allowed as follow : On ordi nary savinm book, 4 per cent per annum ; on term savliini books, o per cent per annum. D. K. Warren, President. i. V.. Ilipfrlns, Caahlor. J.C. Dciucnl, VIch I'ronldent. P. K. Warren. 1 .1- C. Deinent, ! V.. 8. WrlUt, l,rtnI., John Hotaon, 1'lrci lor H. I'. Thoininon, I Tlieo ltracker, J Report of tho Condition OP THK ASTORIA NATIONAL BANK AT ASTORIA, In llic Stulenf Oregon. nt the close of litislnew, July 12.h. I8i:l IlKH'llIKI'I'.H. Ixmnsund discoini-s $02.Hi2 is t)verdrufL, secured nud uie-eeuied ... 200 aii U. S.Jjonds to secure-eireulnllim... 12.iuo 00 hlc ks, securities, Hi- r. a,s;;l ,T Due from tipproved'ri-si-ivi nuenl.-'.T.. . l.",4 0- Hue from otlu-r niilloiml bankH r,.; 117 Due from slnto bunks nud bunkers... 1.1,712 72 UonkluK-hciUHf, furr.ii urn an-l llMiir-s ii.ois current expensi-s mid l;ixis piiid, Woo iv-fiuiui on I' H holds t,!uOuo 1 ;. ks ami 0II1 r easii lii-ms .-. Sao 02 1 -. of other banks 207 110 ' : .nit onal paper curiency. nickels, and cents I.'i no l)echj. 13,1 07 :a l,-i!iil-leiid-r out- s loo 1111 lii'demptio . i- w ill U.S.'i'reiiMirer (r par i i'i.t. i,f uicuUtion) U:l no J'otal -i'Lii011 Jl' ' J.tAIIII.ITIK8. CupltHl storlt paid in 9 50,000 00 Surplus fund . 5 000 00 Undivided iiroiiis 72,i (',2 National biu.k iutes ms-midim; D,io0 00 lndividiiiil dep.isits sulijoct to c-IkcIc. t:),2iV) 117 Uein u d uertiflentox of cU- 10-.I t 7,0-M 21 1 hue eertilicui. -. i f U. sit Wi,:;al ml Cenllled eliecks 70 00 Due to otlitr Naltonal liauks 770 tifi J'otal "..Sl!iil..1oll 01 State of tlrepon, County of Clatsop, SI 1. .1. IC Uterus, easM,-r i-f the nbnve niimed l ank, do s ili-ninly swear that lh-i above stiitfini-ul is Irue to Ihe best of inv khowle-Je and lie.ie:. J. K. II IGti INS. Cashier. 811 s-i-ilii-d anil sworn lobifoie nietlds 211h d iyof.liif 1.-1C. 14. Z. Fi-.ntil'KON, Isi aiJ Notary Public lor Oregon. Co! reel .-Attest : O. S. WlifCIIT. ) JOHN llullS iN, VDIrcet'T Til K-1 ISRAOKl'.K, J NOTICE TO POLICY HOLDERS Notice la hereby given to all persons in the State of Oregon holding policies In the State Investment & In surance Company, of San Francisco, California. Of the withdrawal from the state of Oregon of 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 Oreeon. In the Fireman's Fund Insur ance Company, of San Francisco, Cali fornia, and has lllecj notice tnereof with the 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, are hereby notified to file the same with secretary of tate of the state of Or egon, within six (6) months from the 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 35G4 356S and 3680, of Chapter L, of tho Miscel laneous Laws of Oregon, as Compiled and Annotated by W. Lair Hill." Ap proved February 25, 18S9. THI3 STATE INVESTMENT AND INSURANCE CO., By George Ii. Brander, President. Attest; Charles jr. Blair, Secretary SHERIFF'S SALE. In the circuit court of the state of Oregon for the county of Clatsop: Astoria Iron Works, Plaintiff, vs. Dean Blanchard, Defendant: By vlrtuo of an execution and order of sale issued out of and under the seal of the above entitled court In tho above entitled cause on the 22d day of June, 1893, upon a Judgment duly made and rendered therein on the 19th day of June, 1893, which said execution and order of sale was to me directed and delivered, I did - on the 5th 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. Shively'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 Astoria., In sold county and state. In front of .the court house doer, proceed to sell 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 $16.90 costs, and disburse ments, and accruing costs of this EUit, at public auction to the highest bidder tor cash in hand in TJ. S. gold coin at time of sale. H. A. SMITH, Sheriff of Clatsop County, Oregon. Dated, Astoria, Or., July 5, 1893. North Pacific Brewery JOHN KOPP, Proprietor. Bohemian - Lager - Ueer And XX Torter. All orders promptly atteudedto. p, SOJWJ. J vnsa pwj fl ' 'I Is the line to take to nil points EASTand SOUTH It is the DINING CAB ROUTE It oilers tl.e best, set vice, com bitiii'K SPEED ami COMFORT It Is the popular route with those who wish to travel on TI-ZE SAFEST It is therefore ilie roule ynu i-hnuM take. It rims through vestibuled trains every dav in the year to ST. PAUL AM No Change of Cum, Elegant Pnlliiiiiii Slcqiirs, Superior Tourist Slooper?, Splendid Free Second-class Sleepers, Only cue ohange of ram Portland to Kcw York Through Tickets 'Co An Vail of I lie civilized vi-iiii I'assenirers Defected via. all bouts riinnii-.; between Asloria, Kuliima nnd 1'oillnnd. Full infommtlnn en!ei-nilng rates, tlm- ci trains, roi:t mid uta-.- .IiU-allS tuinisliwl on ptieiu.l.Mi io C.W.STONE, Agent Astona Steamer Telephone Hook. A- D. CHARLTON, AMlitwit (leiieral Passenger Agfiis, Passe-iiRer Agfii! or. Wanliinirton. mi. ii rum ni , cor. wasinnKton, Portland. Oregon,. . 1 -'?K'. '.Ifc -.-V-l , . Only Line jmi n rut" 1Ij!1!1!MI! THROUGH DAILY TRAINS Aeav ng Portland, 8:45 AM. 7:30 PM. 1 DAYS TO 2 CHICAGO 7 Hour's Quicker toSt. Paul., 23 Hours Quicker toChicagry. 40 Hours Quicker to Omaha ante Kansas City. Pullman and Tourist Sleeyers. Free Reclining Chair Cars, Din-, ing Cars. ASTOBIA TO SAN. FRANCISCO OCEAN STEAMERS JULY, 18W. Columbia 'I hiirsdav .'nlv lit. .State lilonunv .1 11 1 v IT. 'recoil Friilny duly 21. Colii-nMn i iieMbn .Iniy ?.ri. Hete Milurday July z'J. ASTORIA & PORTLAND STEAMERU Morning boat leaves Astoria daily, except Sunday, at 6 a. m. ana Sundays at 9 a. m.; returning leaves Portland dally, except Saturday, at 8 p. m. and Saturdays at 10 p. m- Night boat leaves Astoria daily at 6 p. m-; returning leaves Portland daily at 7 a, m. The morning boat from -Portland makes landings on the Oregon side of the river and night boat on the Washington aide The morning boat from Astoria makes landings on the Washington side of the river, and night boat on the Oregon side, except Sunday, and on Sundays via Washington side. All boats moke landings on both Bides of the river above Waterford. For rites and gireral Infonnatlon call on or Rll dre.-j, . W. H.HDBLBTKT, C. W. LOUNSBF.UN,. A. GVii. I'fts. Act. A.u-iit. Tor! hind. Or. Astoria, Or.. FISHER BROTHERS SHIP CHANDLERS. ' Heavy nj ?half HAEDAV R Carry In S'WK Wagons "an.l Vehicleo, Farm Machinery, PsJu-ks Vnni.she loggers' Knppli-s, Ksiil-snk ctlc's Doors nil Wiucows. PROvisionc. FLOCE Mid MiLL FD. ASTOIOA, . . OREGXO.