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THE DAILY ASTORIAN. ASTORIA. SATURDAY MORNINU, AUGUST 11. 1894.
Tide Table for August, 1894. VJlTE TtiiirMltiy , ii rriduy..., Kutiinfrtr. . 4 HUNIMY.. 6 Monday. ,. fi Tnimtluy , . . V Thursday.. Frlcluy.... 10 Huturilay.. II HiiimIuv. . Monday.., I'M Inwlay...H! Thursday II) Friday..,. 17 HhIimiIrv. IK HUNlAY..m Jlonday... ao JiiRHday.. 21 Weduend'yH Thiirwiay. ;t& r rmay . . , , ?i rlatiirilay.,) iY..aa llllili WATEtt r. . h.ni OK 141, 2i 8!!7 4 I'J (I U Hi) si; 4 8 lS 0 fix 61H (J !(! 7 M: 041; 111) . 14 12 01 12 8. ) 101 oie;1 loul 21 2 01 8 3hi 4 ill) r a) 0 47 81H 0ii loo. II 4:1 MJNKA Monday. .. 2; Tuiwday. . 2s Weriiimd'ytti 12 211 Friday..,, 81 1 0 4 li.lii.jft. I 4 7 2 1217 i 2 )8 0 8 H2 711 77 7 7 4 7 3 73 78 7 4 7 7 0 7 2 7 4 17 7 8 0 HO '8 0 Hill 711 7 HI); 8 3 18 01 8 8 7 8 3 2ii 4 0: 4 481 0 21 71 H 181 III .3 10 10 Horn 1148 1U 1 V; aooi 21 2 01 8 24: 4 01 441 6 28 621 731 8 4. 0 011 10 081 11 01 1 01 137 li.m 7 01 7 4(1! 8 27 9 Ml lU'i'i 0 40 II 10 0:il 1 4 2 07 4ol 4 04 5 W 010 6 4: 7 0S 7 40 8 00 8 awl 80: im 10 01! 10 u 1 Mi 8 10 4H; 6 II 6 0S 6 4:! 7 21 -2 1 -2 0 -14 (I7i 10 01 2 0 10 00! 0 51 Oil -0 3 0 0! -0 7! -0 8! -0 61 1-04 -01 0 2 0 8 13 19 26 0 71 04 -0 1 0 7 -1 -I ft 16 I 1 r. M. ft I1.111. 7 08 7&s 8 48 0 411 1127 IV 28 ii lii'i 12 i. 2 2! 8 K 4 00 5 4i 621 6 571 727 7 58 8 20 8 00 937 10 20, 1124 U29 I2 4'i SIS) 4 OX: 0O9 0 7 41 C. J. Curtis, armed with tho neces sary requisition papers, left last even 1i:b for Tacoma, after Pitta, tho col ored man arrested Wednesday by the chief of Police of that ' city. Sheriff Hare Intended to go after the prisoner, out urgent Dusincss here detained him. Pitta, the colored man v,"h.- married tho white srlrl at Cathlamet a few days ago, and who Is now under arrest in Tacoma, had ' a hard time securing a Additional Telegraph A TERRIBLE LOSS. ; H. G. Dun Figures the Corn Loss at 500,000,000 Bushels. New iork, August 10. II. O. Dun & Co.'s weekly review of trade tomorrow will say: The advance In corn disclos TODAY'S WEATHER. Portland. Aueust 10. For Western Washington and Western Oregon, fair weather, followed by snowers, oecom inir cooler. For Eastern Washington, Eastern Or egon and Idaho, fair weather, except showers followed by fair in Eautern Oregon; nearly Stationary, trnjepera- ture. YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. Local weather for the twenty-four hours ending at 6 p. m. yesterday, fur nlshed by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture, weather bureau. Maximum temperature, 72 degrees. Minimum temperature, 53 degrees. Precipitation, none. Total precipitation from September 1st., is3( to date, 88.20 inches. Excess of precipitation from Septem ber 1st, 1893, to date, 27.28 Inches. ROUND TOWN. "JEFF'S" The Only Restaurant. Water rates are delinquent today. Tho steamer 'Eclipse boilers repaired. Is having her F. M. Warren will build an addition to his cannery at Cathlamet. Ike Stevens came down from mokawa yesterday afternoon. Ska- Ilcense at that rdace. He i,n,Wwn. e8 general Doner tnat the injury to a rigid examination by the prosecuting 8 " BC mPnt crop has been bo attorney, of that county, and only got B.reat 88 t0 materla,,y elTect the fame it after claiming that the girl was of L l"c manurac- aev. rind had noirrn hrA in w i. lu,cu I"""-'is, ana me cost Ot meats 1 " " turning year, unless tne mar What a pity - the Skamokawa diver keta revive and are entirely rWoR-,i haa returned home, ! Yesterday on the jour country will have to face a real Young'a Bay bridge1', while a Mrs. calamity in the loss of something- like Graen from Portland was walling for 500,000,000 bushels of corn, and this loss the seashore train for Seaside, she consumers have to share through an dropped her purse, and two twenty-dol- advance of 14 centa in two weeks, and lar gold pieces fell out. They slipped 5 cents s'nce Friday of last week. directly through a hole in tho platform Neither an official or unofficial state down into eight feet of water at low ment naa yet precluded the hope that tide, and were aeon no more. the losa may prove less serious. Wheat has risen 3 1-2 cents in the two weeks, and 2 1-2 during the week. Although western receipts have been k..tim Scrvlcea at tho, Tresbyterinn church morning at 11 o'clock, and evening at o u .cai.nB uy me pnaior, Key. bushels against 3 1C2 G94 last vear Robert Liddell.. Sabbath school at clone g last year. of morning service. Also, adult Bible class, conducted by Mrs. M. J. Kin ney. Young people's meeting at 7 p. m. Seata free and a cordial Invitation extended to both citizens and sojourn- era to attend these services. SUITS AGAINST REINHART. Tonight ia positively the last per formance of "Forgiven, or the Gam mer's wire." Your last and only chance to see Mr. Readlck, Miss Free man, Mr. Kay, . and . Mrs. StutU in the characters In which thev .ha.vo New York, August 10. Matilda Wni. lace has brought suits in the superior court of the city against J. w. Rein hart, president of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe, to recover $53,000 dam ages. The grounds In the action are that Relnhart issued a statement on June 30, 1893, giving the Atchison a surplus at $1,918,380, as above the oper ating expenses, and on September 2 1893, made another statement showing an excellent condition of the company. f y Awarded Highest Honors-World's Fair. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. For Gearhart Park. The annual meeting of the stockhold ers of the Odd Fellows' Land and Build- mU, -fntri Tlr.hnne. Dwvpr ;ins AMwmuuii mi. """7 Eieclru;. all leave Astoria at 4 p. m. day. August ,23d, at 2 p. m at Odd Fellows' Hail. a, j. aiJiiuLilun, Secretary. every day to connect with trains for Gearhart Park. Fare, only 75 cents. NET LOST. MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. given sucn universal satisfaction. On Sunday night the-flrst performance ofTne Plaintiff avars that on the presen- Milla, In which the entire mammoth ta"n framed by Relnhart. she mir- company will appear In the support of cnasea 1700 sharea of Atchison stock, air. Readlck and Mlsa Freeman. Re- ana lnat sh0 18 damaged thereby to the member each piny put on with new amount of the sums she asks to re- stage effects. . -i cover. CORN MARKET MORE QUIET. Chicago, August 10. The grain mar. Tho custom house building will hnvo its new roof on and finished next. Mon day. The funeral of Michael Itllry will take place tomorrow afternoon from Under takor Pohl's. Tho civil Bcrvlce examination takes place today, commencing at 9 o'cloe in tho postofrice building. Tho poatofflce will be open tomorrow from 9:30 to 10 o'clock In the morning, and B:30 to 0 o'clock p. m. Mr. B. M. Phllebaum Is back at his post ns telegraph oiwator at Fort Ste. vons after a month's vacation. Court Astoria, No. S212, A. O. F. of A, intenu giving a Grand Regatta Ball August 17 at Fisher's hall, and a splen am time is assured. 1 i Henry Cook and Alfred llerkel, na tives pf ltiBsa, yesterday declared their Intention to become citizens before County Clerk Dunbar, Young men are so scarce at the re sorts that the girls havo been Keen to nil their glove with sand and Shake nana with It, Boys, where are you? Substitute Shae will take Mallcarrier t-uu-Ka mall route today while Mr. urves rb chairman on the civil sertlco commission which meets today. Duncan Stuart will spend Sunday at .... imp u.1 uearliart Park, where he Intends making a study of fattening .....ID. unuer me new method devised by him. At 13 o'clock Inst night the llsmlng season on tho Columbia closed, ciame 1,wcrar weuuiro is on hand this morning to seo that no fish are brought in during the day. The first moonlight excursion of the season will toko" place next Saturday evening the 18th, on the steamer Tel ephone, under the auspices of the La- J. T3. Ferguson lant nlirht lot of t.H.ls and material to Skamokawa for tho new draw bridge that Is to l, bunt across the slough at that place. Work will bo commenced at onco. A son of O. rohlson, of Lewis and Clarke, was brought Into town yes terday nml pluoed under the care of Dr. Jansen, he having been badly bit ton In the eyelid by a vicious dog. The Astoria Wood Yard haa received a lot of dry onk wood which Is Just the thing for those wishing a cheerful wood fire in their open grdtua this winter. Leave order at Carnnhan's store. C. B. Smith, the confectioner, haa se cured tho agency for tho famoiu Golden Qota compressed yoasU and Is supply ing every first-class grocery and con fectionery store in the city. Ask for tho Golden Gate. Rev. Robert Liddell, the newly called pastor of the Presbyterian church, re- m. iit-u iu uiis cuv, irom Everptt 1 l , Wash., his former charge. yoZTy'. !f nd i,., nj ti.i.i.m . , . ' me past lew uavs. to bring hls.fam.iy hither, Mr. tS2U ' Z Z??" ...,v .M.uttT, uvcr oepiem ber, the former becoming the leading option. The board of trade firm of Dodge, Frasar & Co. assigned today. Joseph Loferty and George Williams were arrested yesterday and put to a great deal of .trouble by the bookkeep er of the Astoria Packing Company. It seems that in closing up the season Mr. Lafferty was In debt to the com pany J37.50, and the bookkeeper under standing that he intended leaving the city with his net, informed the foreman but in the rush of settling up with the different fishermen, he gave the fore man to understand that he had over paid Lafferty that much money and wished It returned. The foreman in formed the company's attorney, Mj-. Smith, the situation as he understood and as Lafferty had left the city with his net in a boat, Mr. Smith swore out a warrant for his arrest and started Sheriff Hare up the river after him. The) parties were ; overhauled above Tongue Point and brought back to this city. A hearing before Judge Aber cromble brought out the facts and the men were discharged while the costs were assessed against tho Astoria Pack ing Company. LOST A net, 240 fathoms in length, and 44 mesh deep. Corks were marked li. L. Net lost near No. 8 buoy. Finder will please leave at Columbia cannery. TO RENT. . Hume wharf and warehouse from 01 ney street to West Ninth street. For particulars see J. E. Higglns, at Asto ria National Bank. FOR RENT Six room house fur nished or unfurnished, water, bath, etc., Uppertown, In Adair's, Ogned avenue or Third street. Inquire at this office or at Mi's. A. Feakes." FOR SALE. CHANCE FOR ALL Men of small means can buy real estate in Hill's first addition. REDUCED RATES. Between Astoria and Portland. STliAMIJll SARAH DIXON, Leaves Main Street Wharf Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday evenings. Returning, leaves Portlund, foot of Yamhill Btreet, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings. For further Information, inquire of ASTORIA SHIPPING CO., Agent3. THE FINAIv SALE. LOTS FOR (2. Call at the Astoria Real Estate Exchange and get a lot in Hill's First Addition for U N"OW oisr. JAPANESE GOODS. Just out just receivedJust what you want, at Wing Lee's, 529 Third street. nyVEKAGES. ONLY THE PUREST Wines and liquors are sold at Alex Campbell's uera. WINES AND BRANDIES. Use Zln- fandel wine instead of coffee or tea. peach and apricot brandy. Also French COme arOUIlU ailCl invest cognac, and wine at Alex Gilbert s. Clothing, Underwear, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes. The goods are going very rapidly. It will pay you to MISCELLANEOUS. HOTEL. Remember McGulre'a Ho tel at Seaside Is open the year around. CALL ON P. BAKER, 478 Third St., 6oo Commercial St: (Cor. VV. 9th.) had rented a cottage for his residence, and to it he proceeded on his arrival on the steamer Telephone yesterday after noon, to find that during his absence It had been Invaded, not, however, by J rutniess hands, but by kind heart? who hud taken this secret method of stock ing his larder with a bountiful supply of the necessaries of life. Deputy United States Marshal Smith left up the river last night with John ofter a reward of JDOO for the discovery THE GOVERNOR'S REWARD. Olympla, August 10. The disappear ance or Chas. Gloystein, the enthusl "epuDiican or Mica, Spokane county, supposed to have been mur dered, has Induced Gov. McGraw to Try Foard & Stokes' nln? cut trw,v ","'" at 60 cents a pound. It does not burn tne tongue and gives a better smoke man an otners. Of thA hndv AnnA . , cau ur auvei ana ,r mur. dered, J500 additional for . the appre- iiunsion or tne murderers. THEY HONOR THE FLAG. Dea Moines, August 10. The thirteen battlo finrrn pji.rrtnd w Tnwm ,wi un m omer siae of the during the late war, were this after fence. He says he located Pratt and noon transferred fmm tho .rmni . .u on muer lands, find advanced hermetically sealed cases in the cap. mem money with which to pay their Itol. In aeeordnnr ,lt.h . , f - ---! . . . I " co, wi.iv.ii mey agreed to return, but lost general assembly. There were never did. He also claims that he was nearlv n.000 vptorana m lino ooarmng with J. C. Popa on the Ne- woous, tne man wanted in Portland ror perjury before the land office. Woods claims that he can prove nn alibi in regard to the California case spoken of in yesterday'B Astorian, and aa to bilking tho man Pratt, of Ilwaco, he says the "bilk" part of the whole halem in March last, when it was re ported he was in California. 'EASTERN BASEBALL. Fish Commissioner McGuire expects to have a rather comullcated his hands toduy.'but will await the adeIh,a opinion of the attorney general before taking action. The close season went into effect at 12 o'clock last night, and he Is here to see that, the law la en forced. Located exactly in front of the ort Stevens lighthouse, one and one- half miles below the Jetty, Is a paying fish trap, the owner of which proposes to run it nnd supply the Portland mar ket with salmon in spite of the close season. He Justifies his rnnrao w uiim tnat the, trap Ih on the ocean beach and not on tho Columbia river. consequently lie feels that he is not ainenible to tho fishing laws which for bid fishing on tho Columbia river for tho next thirty days. at Pittsburg Pittsburg, . 9; Louis ville, 6. At Washington Washington, 4; Phil- At Chicago Cleveland, 2; Chicago, l. t Baltimore Baltimore. 12: York, 9. At Brooklyn Boston, 12; Brooklyn, 6. FASTEST ON RECORD. Minneapolis, August 10. T. J. Titus, of New York, and L. A. Cabanne, of SU Louis, tills afternoon broke the world's bicycle for tandem, bv rldlnir, the fastest mile ever covered by riders paced by a wheel. The time for the mile was 1:C2 4-5. Hair dressing, manicuring and prac tical wig making, at the San Francisco Parlors, 714 Third street (Welch block). h ront pieces a specialty. Meany is the leaaino- the highest cash price for fur Bkins. When baby Is teething or feverish, ask your druggist for St-e-e-dmon's Sooth ing Powders. whuin in PORTLAND Cull on Handley & Haas, 150 First street, and get the Dally Astorian. Visitors need not miss their morning paper while mere. iUUK FRIENDS IN EUROPE. If you have friends in Europe whose pas- mKV vuu wisn in nrpnnv tn AotnHq call at the Northern Pacific- office! steamer Telephone dock, and make known your wants. Reduced fare via an tne leading steamship lines. ISA DORE GRKJ3NU AUM, Secy, CHOICE LOTS in Hill's Second Addi tion to Ocean Grove, Seaside. Prices in reach of all. The days of tough steaks in Astoria Portland and Astoria. ARE YOU GOING EAST? Patron ize tne Northern Pacific railroad if you are Going East. Low rates of tare, tnrougtt tickets, baggage check ed to destination. All purchasers of secona-ciasB tickets can stop over at arix n 1 1 m hm. A tt...- ,7 "V. - "iiu-ti Itot of DeooirwhoJ SV"e Sor?!ant? Hates '"re taurani. i-oruana, Take a turn around among our new suitings. You'd expect to pay half as iMucii more, ana tney are all new pat. terns, too. Lake & Knlml. KH7 inm.nt.r. clat street. It is not always necessary to throw away a garment because It u unn. out in some places. Have it nunded. vyh ran un it. iMKe & Salmi, 367 Com mercial street. WANTED. WANTED To Tlpnr A house, centrally located, from 915 to $17 per month, this office. dwelling Will pay Apply at NET FOUND. FOUND 150 fathoms channel. Buoys marked W. u. rnm.tva PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. A. SMITH DENTIST. Kooms l and 2, Pythian Building, . v. iuuper b store. W. C. LOGAN. D. D. S.. DENTAL PARLORS. Mansell Block. 673 Third Btreet. J. E. LaFORCE, D. D. 8. HAS DENTAL PARLORS. In the -Flavel building, opposite Occident W REINHART HAS RESIGNED. PERSONAL, Miss mile Klrehkoff, of Los Angeles, is visiting In Astoria as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tnllant. George Nelson, bookkeeper for the Scandinavian Packing Co., has been, quite ill for the past few days, but is now convalescent. SEI-LINO at 25 per cent discount in Jiura First addition to Ocean jrove, beasido. Astoria Real Estate Ex change. All tho patent medicines advertised ... mis pnpar, together with the choie wt perfumery. anJ tn!lt niii,.i... an be bought at the lowest prices at J' w- Conn'i drug store, opposite Oe- lueni tioiel, Aitorla. New York, August lO.-Prcs. Relnhart haa resigned his position as president of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe road. The matter will be acted upon tomorrow at a meeting of the directors of that road in Boston. THE HOAG CHARTERED. Portland, August 10. The Oregon Railway and Navigation Company have chartered the steamer Win. M. Hong belonging to the Oregon Pncillo, for service on the Upper Willamette. DETROYED BY FIRE. Danville, 111., August 10. Almost the r.mru Business portion of Flthla, 600 Inhabitants, was destroyed by fire last Rev. C, A. Woody, editor of "Pacific Baptist," will preach at the Baptist church at H a. m., and at 8 p. m., Sun day, August It The ordinance of baptism will b administered at the morning service. SEASHORE ROAD. Trains for Clat ami cxmsiiie, r,a follows: Lvave Seaside, 7:30 a. m. and S:30 p. m.l Leave Pier 9 a, m. nnd 5 p. m. iwy excepting Sunday afternoon, when trains will leave one hour later connecting with boata for Astoria. IT SCCIEI! uraim Excursion nnd Picnic To Seaside, Sunday, Aug. I2tb. Now don't all bother Postmaster Wise at once, but h la trying to have th DoKt.lffl.w rWmrtn.ot ! I.H., v. - ! S!.i.i " , .7 ' 5 - .wufvu u hiuird "1,uw la.jw wi4ninir to tlano. dcjxit In each ward In the city. These ' ,.Uame n"l other amusements will be Steamer leaves Hume's dock at S:10 a. m, sharp. Sltn celebratd band has been en gr.ged for the occasion. A larg. platform haa been erected at I dep-t are generally given Uie store tho festlvltte of ih ilay. ke,w who can supply .tamp, to th.'J. U CrSon H Guntrson. M. 01 publio aer th postofflco haa closed, I Ben. A- I'nlelon. H. Ekstrom, and their conunsation for so doln' . ,scar Wiren. la $21 rear. . run 00 "''fBlned from the - . ""' it at ine Ihuii on K-avlng. You Need A DECENT BUGGY. "" "" 1 ' a You need it now. Don't spoil your creJt by a see ly buggy, or none at all. Loolc Like Hroaperlty If You Would Have Kolks Think You Are I'roaper- OUR. Jj We have a buggy, we S bought it che.ip. You jj can have it cheap. Why? h None of your busi tess. k Yougettlu juggy, we ? lose the rest. But . want the cash. & 3 NEW YORI I I flOVEIiTY STORE, t J Comer of Bond and Tenth streets. Opposita the Occident. Japanese Bazaar SING LUNG. There's activity everywliere among our new stock which is coming in fresh every day. Tnere wouldn't be if the stock were wrong or puces were wrong. Opposite Court House. 355 Third Street ITCHING SKIN DISEASES Are Instantly Relieved And Speedily Cured Cuticura Remedies STEAMER ':. KPIiONE Leaves Astoria every eveninc except Saturday at 7 p. m. Arrives at Astoria every diiy except Sunday at 4 p. m. Leaves Portland every day except Sunday at 7 a. m. C. W. STONE, Agt, Astoria, B. A. Seeley, freneral aetent,- Portland. Something for Families to Know. Charles Rogers, tho leadlnc drueglst of Astoria, announces the followinn facts: We have an assortment', of Drufffirlsts' Sundries ns large as any re tail druggist on the coast; we have 1700 tooth brushes to select from nt prices ranging from S to 75 cents: hair brushes in different styles from 15 cents to $7; an endless variety of lather brushes from 10 cents to $1; in toilet soaps, we keep in Btock the best grades manufac tured from 40 cents a dozen to si a cake; also the finest grades of Spanish and Italian soaps in bars. In perfumes, wo handle the finest extracts of Amer ican make, together with the best known odors of Plnauds & Lubins, of Paris, Gosnell's, Atkinson's and Piesse & Lubins, of London, and sell them in any quantity to suit. We rarrv n full line of drugs and patent medicines and M, LAFORCE, ATTOPNirv Am t a ttt Rooms 6 fi and 1 wi,. t . , man"f,-ctur a full line of remedies of ooms 6, and 7. Flavel a Brick our own, Sarsaparilla Blood Pi.Hfiw. cuiiaing. SILAS B. SMITH, ATTORNEY J.T LAW. Offle In Flavel's biiclc building. I 'V . Xlir-' V A warm bath with CUTICURA CV.T,URA' the eat skin cure, will afford instant relief, permit rest and sleep, and roint to a srvwiv economical, and permanent cure of me iiium uiremg or itcning, burn. iuk, uKxuinc. sea v. ana enrcteri d n ana scaip aiseases, after phv-sicians, inxusuma, dllU ail Oiner mcthrvl fl Cuticura Works Wonders, and il tuici or lonunnp'- iiKiuTnrir, humiliating humors are thf inner wonderful ever recorded in this or 2ny age. CtmrtnA Kmnm m u ,,-vnL . . , lVrr D.ro akd Ch. Coir.. SnU. vL TSlLTi' AU .bou. u Wood, Si S-ETSS: P,iv,. f ... - laiMiK. JN.I. 1'. I.K;iiikk. TAYLOR & LIGHTER, ' ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Astoria. Oregon. J. Q. A. BOWLBY, ATTORN Eif AND COUNSELOR AT LAV. Office on Second Stmt, Astoria, Or. DR. EILIV JANSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over pisen's drug store. Hours. ft 5 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sun! 11 to u. Cough Syrup, White Oak Linament, Juniper Kidney Cure, Beef, Iron ond Wine, Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil, Diar rhoea Mixture, Dead Shot for Corns, Saponaceous Tooth Wnsh Tnnth Pnn. der, and Lightning Cloth denser, are nmong our own preoai-atlona vriiinh wo particularly recommend, knowing them to bo of the best material and freshly made when used, not having stood in the manufacturers' wnrphrmoo o,i j with the jobber for years before re.ieh. Ini? the customer. We to show goods whether von bnv or n,.t as we know that after examining our stock you will call again when in need of anything in our lino. If you cannot call in person, vonr mull nrH,.r0 ,in t ' celye prompt attention. Prescriptions and family recipes cawfully prepares by competent men brought up In the WUJIIH..TO, CHARLES ROGERS, Drnggi&t- Odd Fellows BuilJinR LIBERTY P. MULLINIX, M. D.. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office. 6S4K Third St.. Ast.... nM Special attention given to all chronic diseases. DR. O. B. ESTES, " " sSSA.8EON. en and surrv "'oci"wa OI worn mc over Danzlger- .tore. Astoria JAY TUTTLE. M. D. PHYSICIAN SURGEON. AND ACCOUCHEUR. ()mrv Ti Building M., :;Z ,na.?- rythlun idence). 'ceto .St PJMPIXS, MacfchMAL rrd ,1 K im rliil vtd ud cJ by OmctKi W n HaSGUlM STPJUHS.PiUSS DOCTOR ALFRED KINNEY. u i" ICE AT HIS RESIDENCE. May bo tn,.A . . o'clock morning omc until 10 BUSINESS CARDS. wTwXrkerT REAL ESTATE AND INSUR ANCE 1GENT - P. W Benton street. Astoria. Or. . S. H. VVILLETT, PLUMBING, ua and Steam Fitting, not Air, Steam and tvater Heatina. Ajent for Champion hydraulic Beer mmpa. Twelfth strett. Aatoiia, Or. THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE (WORCESTERSHIRE) 51 SAUCE Impartt the moat delicious taste and teat la EXTRACT of U7ITER from MEDICAL GENTLEMAN at Madras, to his brother at WORCESTER, Mar, ,851. "tell LEA ft PERRINS' that their sauce is hlehly esleero edln India, and is in my opinion the moat pal. stable, ma well aa the moat wholeaome sauce that is A SOUPS. GRAVIES, FISH, HOT (010 Sgff-, GAME, ajFr WELSH- RAREBITS, SstJ - Beyare of iTnitafifms: ' cea that you get Lea & Perrina' SifRrtaiebmieftheoripnx'anJaeiiun . 4ohh Duwcaii' torn, New yon. G. CHRISTENSON Is now manager at Geo. McLean's old stand, corner Olney and A3tor streets and is better prepaid to all kinds of and HORSESHOEING thaa ever before. Dr. Price's Cream Bjki? lOTrSct World's Fair Highest Award.