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tlW DAILY AST0R1AM A8T0RU; mUBSQAY -MOjRJflNG, PEBIJUARY 14, 1895.
H. I tK " T know cOu?d fty a cheaper Nuit ofclo'Jiet iomeuhere elte, but I don't know how it might wear." EVERT MAN who enter ft tailor shop in this city owes us good will that we have mode It go difficult to eel! unreliable goods. . so easy to buy the. best and buy U for so little compared to ran Francisco or Portland srlces. . chas. Mcdonald, The TsIIor . 523 Comiiie'rcfal Street PH,"..'1 flow To Make $1,000! We will tell you how to make easy. All you have to do is Induce u to quit offering HOPS WfllSflBY . . to the public, and other dealers of liquor in the city win reaany pay you toe above amount. ,' The OFFICE, "Tnaraatser Ecalap Eht" la not a Russian name, but is Dimply the name of THE PALACE RESTAURANT Spelled Backward. .This hi the new restaurant which la the 'talk of the town. It opent up for business today opposite Olsen's Clgac -Stores on Cora merclal street It has'-the largest range In town. It has the only broiler In the city. It Is the place where you are not smoked out while eating. It Is the place where the cook will make a steak taste like a quail. Come and see. T knowledge is Power And power Is salvation. To do a thing right one must know now to do It, This Is as true of carpenter work as anything else. C. G. PALMBBRO, Whose shop Is at 473 Fourth street, will build you anything from a wood box to a 150,000 building and do It well. COKE For any kind of cool, hard or soft, or coke, the best place to get It Is of the Astoria Transfer Company 423 Oommeroiil street, Telephone No. 12. GOAL A Poor Cigar, W. F. BCHIE8E never made, Don't expect to make, either. - - But marke thls-s-a-t-l-s-f-a-c. t-U-n of the 22-karet sort has accompanied every purchase of ..I . one of the cigars made by him - since he began business, we ve . got the notion that a satisfied customer "cuts a big figure" in building up a business. That's the reason La Belle Astoria takes so well. ' ' Little Giant. Beems Is It half the mothers In As. torla have bought a pair or two of those LITTLE GIANT school shoes for their children. The other half will as oon as thev hear of the wearing qual ities of those that are being worn about the city. You can have your choice of leather, kid, grain or calf, JOHN HAHN t CO. You'll Be surprised to see what a little money will boy In the way of Jewelry and Silver - Ware at lflkitrom's Jewelry Store. You'll also be surprised to see what line work the engraver can do. Astoria- v'-FACTORY, 878 Commercial Street Manufacturers of every description of juoungua, AU&Mireaeee, etc. REPAIRING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES Old Fashioned ' Country SAUSAOE. That's what the Washington Mont Market's sausage tastes like. It's made of the same ingredients, too-tame killed and dreased beef and pork. Our flavoring is moat delicious. During this cold weatn - or there's no ut dish ao good. WASHINGTON MEAT riARKET. CHK15TEM5BN CO., Prap'rs, Not only do Grosbauer 4k Brach offer you "CUTTER'S Whiskey." That Is Cutter's Whisky, but they hay takea the wholesale agency for -: St. Coord's ttieam&tls Bitters. Nothing that a physician can recom mend wtU have bttr effect in tonln Up your system than 'these bitters keep a bottle In your room and tak several doses a day, and sickness an you will be strangers. GROABAUCR BRACH'i RESORT." YESTKltDAY'8 WEATHER. Loral weather for the twenty-four b urn en ntig at t p. m. yesterday, tur ns ..el try ttie 1;n,ted States lpart t ,t f-f A'.l-nlti!r. weuwier luiu. -L- .t.iiii, ,an t!-'iii,r.-iin!, 44 decrees. A.;-!!.;!:..-!! t-.-!U, vfiwIO, St CitfTWS, ' ,t'il pr i'rir - i:A, t.i ti-i.-, "'- ( lr?- j.it ! tr ti .wl hi Pvptt-m- Tide Table for fobruary, 1895 man watks. DATE. A. . 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M Monday ...25 Tueday...S4 Wadn'iKl'y 27 Tfcureday .88 10 45 7 9 1181:80 12)28 0 12 478 0 1 227 8 1M7 6 5 26 -01 -01 6 09 6 91 103:74 12578 142 80 30888 2 8? 8 ft 100 8 8 8 46 700 723 7 45 804 00 1 04 01 12 1 717 7 4l! 815 8 40 Oil) 2 86 7 4 I9.il 116:701 9 05 , "JEFF'S" Only Restaurant The See Bwope. Br Swop about decorating. . See 8wope about decorating and sign woric j Meany la the leading tailor and pays me nignxst iash price for fur sicina A school of practical telegraphy for young women has been opened at Co- mayagua, Honduras, under the. direc tion of Senorlta Marguerlta Alcerro. For the next ten 'days, jackets and mackintoshes will be sold at wholesale prices at the Low Price Store. Mayor Sutro, of San Francisco, In his first veto, disapproved of an ordinance whloh extended the district In which buildings of other material than brick or stone could be built. Ladles, If you want a fine dress low er than any place will sell for, go to the Low Price Store. Congressman Tom Johnson, of Ohio, has given a corner lot In Elyrla, to earh of the principal denominations the Mebhodist, Congregational, Baptist, Dis ciple and Lutheran. They will erect new diurdh M at once. 1 , The Band Box Barber Shop Frank Drury, proprietor--'has moved from op posite Shanahan Brothers' to opposite C. II. Cooper's. S. E. UUInrer Is the agent In Astoria for the celebrated Gambrlnus )ottlel Ueer. of Portland. Dr p him a postal card and he will call for your otder. A portrait of the late Rev, Dr. Grin- dall Reynolds, who was at the time. of Ills death last fall and had been for a number of years the secretary of the American Unitarian Association, 'has been hung on the walla of the Unitarian building In Boston. ' Watch your watoh When it runs a little too slow or a little too fast, bring it to J. H. SEYMOUR. He will at tend to it. He knows how. He learn' ed his trade In a watch factory. New Torti Weekly Interviewer: I un deratand, (Mr. Murphy, that you are 100 years' old.' In that case you can no doubt give the public some valuable rules for the attainment of long life. Mr. MurpSiy There Is only wan. "On ly oneT So much the better. What Js it?" "Get born In Olrland." The Oregon Trading Co., having pur chased the interest of 8. Freldman & Co., n the Consignee Sale, the store 600 Commercial street will hereafter be known as the Oregon Trading Co. ' The lata George Inness was an Indus trious worker, and frequently spent fit teen hours a day at his easel. He had often half a dozen works In progress at the same time. He was no smoker, and knew nothing of the comforts of the pipe. He waa a ewedenborgian. L I Foard & Stokes Co. have secured th airenov of the famous utjuwauto TWINE9. the only UUNU1N3 FLAX TWIN ill manufactured in iuuuaml. Their new stock goo as are muon su parlor to any other kind. Rockland Tribune: "Well, you're a sight," exclaimed the bystanders as the uuui ten who uie iaui'utr-oa. xes." tne man (taid. soiivwluliy, at iie suauod fiunseif oil wiui a cm, uo-iuiie, " , . When a man buys a lottery ticket and draws nouilng but his ureatn nt iueis sola. Wueu lie buys his woou ajiu uoai of the bcow tony Wood xaiu. wnuae office is opposite Jf laner uros. in. is pieaaed, as Uiey sell only cue oesi, runtaJn A. F. Warley. the command er of tna confederate ram Mamutsea, who died in .New oneans s lew uuy ago, requested on his deathbed tuat uis body 'be not exposed even to the itavt at his old comrades, and his fam ily were ouillged to turn a deaf ear to we entreaties to see 0110 vi men old commander by men who had serve! under him during the civu war. vnr vears the Astoria Wood Tard has given our citizens only the very beat of wood and coal. They are stli. d..m tt. in fact they are taxing mi lead. WnyT wecause iy the publlo wants, and the publlo know them. How to save money! You'll learn the secret by trading wltn uooaman c Co. The prices they quote on shoes tell the tale. Their tlgures aon 1 mean Inferior quality of goods either, but rather the finest oroounwii. ' Indianapolis Journal. TH put your ir. Khl hloirranhy of eminent men of Boom county," said the solicitor, "for U5,wiiliportritliioni!a. "Who the dlokens would read It? asked the prominent citizen. You will, every aay. ti tfiimnhrey has some choice Chi nook salmon at his market near Res cue Hall. He also has oysters that sell at a Was price than at any oraw mar in th. eltv. He carries clams and other shell fish, and as a aide Issue. has a stock of Maranait s ismoua anu Ung twine. t 1. i.mrimln the ouantlty of P. C. Qt..nhanin iMasters that are being sold by the Printz-Oraln Drug Co. They are no old stoca inai w to get rid of at any price, but art fresh flrst-claas goods, whlfh they have made for them, and are selling like hot cak. Don't forget the prlce and place, 15 ronta each of two fr m cenis, 11 im Cr:!s store. Dr.'iVke'i Cread GAiaf Powdef WorWs Fair tU&tst AwarJ. ' ; AROUND TOWN. &i Valentine's day. Where am I at? Pat Ollara. i : The city council are a peculiar body. ' The Truckce crossed out yesterday morning. A boat club is a probable feature of the near future. The steamship Queen went out yes turday for San Francisco. The British ship Celtic Queen was towed up the river last evening. Both cheOlumblne and the Manzanlta were at the buoy depot yesterday. Mrs. J. T. Ross is expected home from California on the next steamer. Mrs. Sarah Ross left on the steamer yesterday morning for San Francisco. A' barge having 350 tons of wheat for the' Comllebank arrived down yester day. Dr.. J. 8. Bishop has gone to Portland on business. He will return Friday evening. The Seaside Sawmill continues to send, car load shipments of lumber to Portland. united states 'Alartflnal Grady was down from Portland yesterday on offl, clal business. M. J. Kinney continues to add little by little to bis cannery on the site of the one burned last spring. The Clatsop MM has been closed down for a day or two while a general over hauling of the machinery is made. W. F. McGregor has made considera ble Improvement in his residence in Alderbrook and will move in shortly. The Signal is expected In this morn ing from Vancouver, B. C, with a gen eral cargo, but no Chinese passengers, People sending Valentines today will do ..well to remember that It requires a. two-cent stamp on all sealed envel opes. . The party who lost a portion of a gold watch case can have the same by paying for this notice and proving own ershlp. Captain .Tno. Brown took the steamer Mendell to Portland yesterday where he will take In tow a barge of coal for the jetty. The steam schooner Harrison will leave out today for Nehalem and Tilla mook. Mr. James Fox will go as chief engineer. ' Commander Farewholt came down from Portland yesterday and stopped at, the buoy station where his tendei was lying. The British bark Comllebank arrived down ycsterJay from Portland. The Dunai'd also arrived down during the afternoon. The postotllce seemed to be doing a wholesale valentine buulness yesterday, Most of the valentines dropped In the oqx yesterday had but a one cent stamp on. They are having quite a real estat and building boom over at Warrenton, it 48 said that quite a number of choice iqts have changed hands during tin past week. Ths steamer Queen made two trip acrors to Deep River yesterday. 8ht waa unable to carry all the freight or the first trip. I O. M. iBaker, an old plonjer resident of Pacific County, died last evening ai Tarbell farm, near Ilwaco, aged 8f years. He Is well known by many real dents of this city. ; .A military gentleman is authority foi the statement that the Columbia's en tranoe Is to be guarded from the Fort Stevens side by several new and lin proved rifle guns. Robert S. Doubleday, formerly ed itor of the St. Paul News Record, wrltei the Astorlan Bureau of Informntlor from that city, asking about Astorla'i railroad prospect!. It Is said that the owners of the blp frame at Stella will construct anothet -aft next summer, and tow It to Bar Francisco during the months when th ea Is usually calm. Trams leave Seaside at 1 o'clock ev ry morning, except Sunday, foi Young's Bay Brltfjre. returning at 8:3 On Tuesdays an(j Saturdays the tralr makes two trips each way. Thtre are actually people In Astnrlr wha do not believe that the Montenr oapltaltsts mean business. It Is strangr yet there may be some excuse tc iffer for this lack of confidence. Mr. E. B. Ptoner, the lessee of tr Seashore road, reports a good winter business on that line. It Is the fir" Mm slnee the mad has bee-n wrat' that the passenger coach Is heated. Died Yesterday morning at her home . - c . on Exchange street, jura. o Walkley. of typbold fever. The dces- d was 48 years of sire and lias reside rt this eltv sinee girlhood. She leaves teveral ohlldrea Mr. Adams' new residence on Clat sop Plalna on the little laHe Just south of West's station, is one of the pretties homes In that vicinity. A number of new buildings will be erected over there he coming season. Last evening a very enjoyable Val entlne ball waa given at fort Stevens, nd attendd by a very larga number of people from that side of the bay. Several Astoria parties went down yes terday to enjoy the festivities. Car-lam Wlnant. with the Bandorllle. "jtme Into port yesterday from fhe Co nullls river. She has 4,000 feet of htm. Krr and eeveral tons of nilspeHaneom trclssn. all f -r r.wtlsa. lxt a ti aftr-moon the BanJorr.:; ft Op thr The funeral of the 'late Mrs. Walkley Will be held from Grace ohurch today at half-past one o'clock. Interment at Greenwood.' If Astoria does not have all the spring I conceits In millinery, It will not be the fault of her milliners, as two of them are now in. San Francisco, and will spend a month at the different open ings. ' '' Ranter has a new paper called the Review-: It Is a neat eight-page Journal raplete with Interesting local, news, and a sound editorial page. W. H. Imus If editor and pirtlfaber..' : ' : If the Oregon! an continues to publish allfged pictures of prominent , men, criminals, etc.. It will have Its hands full in the near future, with libel suits. It would not be hard to And a Jury to convict. - Next Tuesday night there will be an exceedingly Interesting lecture at the First M. E. Church toy a talented speak er, who will tell of personal experiences as a northern spy. -Tbe lecture will be Illustrated with stereoptlcon views. Another suit added to the docket list published yesterday morning is that of Frank Patton vs. P. H.. Robinson, for the recovery -of 1,800, money received for shooks, lumber, etc., sold to the Alaska Packing Co., and which it Is alleged the defendant failed to turn over to, the proper owners. Boston Transcript: Kate I want to tell Aunt Susan about my engagement, but I don't know Whether I can trust her or not.. I. don't want It to get out Just yet. Edith Trust her? Of course you: can't. You know she makes no secret of her, age, and a woman who will tell her age will tell anything. The lecture Friday night with Its fine stereoptlcon' views' will be a treat to all who attend. Tickets are on sale today at Grrfttn & Reed's, Olsen's Drug Store, ColmamVs, and the New York Novelty Store. . Secure.your tickets, and this will remind you of the time and place, 8 p. n 'Friday' evening,' at the Methodist church, for the benefit of the Astoria Public Library. , Up at Brookfield tonight there will be one of the most delightful gather ings that has ever taken place In that vicinity, ' the occasion .being the open ing of the new Club House. There Will be dancing and. feasting until a late hour In the morning, . and a number of people from this city will go up on Che Telephone tonight and participate In the merrymaking. If you want to get rich 'here is the easiest plan we know of. On the first day of March deposit in any bank in Astoria 1 cent. Most anybody can rake up a penny. On each! of the succeeding days double your deposit. Follow this program faithfully, and at the end of the month you will be surprised to find that your account will show the sum of 110,740,039.63 to your credit. With thait little sum all you have to do Is to retire and 'let the other fellow hustle. Who will be the. first to try the plan of getting rich. . ":'.': "Minerva's" meeting, last night wo: well attended and the program excel lent. It was unanimously resolved tc get up a sociable' for the benefit of Mrs. Christofferson, whose husband die appeared some time ago under suspl clous circumstances in Tillamook coun ty, and Who Is now In a very needy con dltion. The. sociable will be held somt time In March. ' The committee con sists of Messrs. Hailseth, Parsons, am Lund. The subject for debate next meeting will be: Whloh is the mos indtspenslble. steam; or horses. Foi team,' A. .T. Braklte j for horses, Ed Lund. .. ,.,v. AN ESTATE AWAITS HER. ' PoBtmoster Wise recently received the following letter: Formost, Kan., Feb. 4, 18D5. Dear Sister In looking over my pa .lapers, I found an old letter dated tc father, and he has beea lead, and mother also, for six or seven years. They left an estatu tor you amounting o about 5O0, and It Is in the hands f an administrator. Mr. Postmaster, please read this let ter, and If you have, any knowledge if Anna Hall or Lachy (Hall, or heirs olease let 'me know at once and I will take It as a great favor. ' . Henry Owens to Anna and Lac-hey Hall. . ' ; . 'A GOOD WORD. Mr. J. J. Kell, Sharesburg, Pa. Dear Sir" I am glad to say a gonr word for Krause's Headache Capsulec After suffering for over ' three years with acute neuralgia and Its conrequeni usomnla ;rvhlch seemed to baffle t!: efforts of some of our be3t physician ou suggested this remedy which gni me. almost. Instant relief. Words full to express the praise I should like t (K stow on Krause's Headache Capsules ' Gratefully 'Yours. MRS. E. R. HOLMES, M --' Montrose, Fa. fur sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria, Or.. Awarded Hlfkut Honors World's Fair. oa- - MOST PERFECT MADS - . 40 YEAE5 THH STANDARD. . mm '-. P, Sohul, the expert frescow, of I Portlarad, who Is sow in the employ of B. F. Allen, yesterday finished one of the finest pieces of fresco work ever executed In Astoria. The work was done on the ceiling and walls of Hamb let's Office Cigar Store, and It would be difficult to give a pen description of the 'beautiful effects produced by this artist, in the blending of colors, as can be seen at that place. Today Mr. Allen will start Mr. Schultz at work, fresco ing the ceHlng and walls of the M. E. church. "United States Income Tax Law, Sim plified for Business Men," Is the full title of an invaiuable little handbook bound in neat covers and soiling every where at 50 cents, being complied and published by Mr. Ferdinand, A. Wy man, a prominent member of the Suf folk County Bar, Bston, Mass. this little volume of 60 pages; the author, who enjoys an extensive law practice In the old Bay State, gives a concise account of the income tax law as it Is In operation In several foreign countries; the full text of the new United States law which came into 'ef fect on January 1st, and also a very careful digest of the same. This digest is a remarkably simple yet full Inter- pretation of the law, shorn of aU Its intricacies and Involved sentences, and by Its aid anyone can, almost at a glance, understand Just what has got to be done, and can make their returns to , government easily and accurately, and save money In so doing. A member of the board of pilot com missioners, of the port of Portlandi says the Sun,, suggests that If the In ferences made In these columns that several ships recently arriving here had trouble m securing pilots be true, that complaints be made to the board, Which will give the matter a thorough Investigation, and deal out Justice to the offending' parties. It Is pta.t pr fact that the pilot boat at the bar has olbcut 60 miles In circumference to -over, and that in thick weather the pilots migflit pass a ship within a mile and not see her. The pilot boat some times stays nut BO days at a time look ing for vessels, and all on board are hard workers, and have not been known to shirk their duty. If neglect of duty occurs, the ofTender Is promptly dealt with. . The service at the bar and on the Columbia is as good, or better than at any other port of the size anywhere, and Portland does not propose to take a back seat now for any place. Last evening th j little son of Charles Stockton was severely bitten by a vi cious dog, owned by Mr. Carlson, of the ' Sunuyslde Saloon. The little fel low was running by the place,, when the dog flew at htm. Some time ago the Astorlan called attention to this brute, as many people had complained of its viclouaness. Mr. Carlson tjrdmnt ly denied that his dog was Other than the most gentle of gentle animals, and said that under no circumstances would he bite anyone. From what occurred last night it would r.eem that Mr. Carl son was not as well acquainted with his own dog as were some of his neigh bors. A cold dose of lead from a Police man's revolver Is a pretty good cure fqj such worthless anlmafa as fihat belong ing to Mr. Carlson. ' The Elks will soon give the swell so clal event of the season. They hav a committee out now, making arrange ments for a "Ladles' Social Session,1' something new In this part of the world. Those who have sen the. pro gram as mapped out by the committee say that it will ellipse anything evei given by the Elks In this city. The U. S. Gov't Reports Show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. THE UNEXPECTED DI3CHARGE OF A CANNON Close by would not have a more dls. curbing effect upon the nerves which ire vigorous, than an ordinary noise upon those whloh are weak and un itrung. As a nervine, Hostetter's Jtomaoh Bitters Is unrivalled. By pro- noting digestion and assimilation they overcome that gastric disorder, which the most prolific cause of nervous debility, and whinh, so long as It, exists, lefeats in a large measure the action X sedatives and opiates. Such reme- lies, moreover, necessitate the uee of noreaslng doses, and finally cease to ict altogether, except In dangerous luantltles. They neveu- reach the foun- .aln head of ths trouble, and quiet the nerves only by semi-paralyzing them. Iqually objectionable are fiery unnvedl- -a'ted alcoholic stimulants. Kidney, oladdier and Bver trouble, malaria, con- Cipatlon, and rheumatism ore relieved y the Bitters, which also promotes 1 appetite and nightly repore. The CASINO. Grand opening Monday, Feb., n, I895 With a Strictly Fmt Class and Refined Entertamtmenl "They who laugh last, Laugh best," ---But they who see LANG and SHARPES, ASTEROIDS and the original BIG FOUR WILL, Laugh Loudest, . Price of Adnuioa 2aU., I0i ARC THE BEST CIGARETTE SMOKERS In ' who care to pay a little more than the cost .' 01 ordinary trade cigarettes will hnd the PET CIGARETTES SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS Made from the highest cost Gold Leaf grown in Virginia, and are ABSOLUTELY PURE A party of twelve St. Louis capital- Ists arrived In (Portland Tusday, from Seattle, In charge of Mr. William Gray, assistant general freight agent of the Burlington system. The party Includes the following gentlemen: Col j Henry Fladd, Julius S. Walsh, Charles Clark, George M. Paschall, Donald Bradford, Henry Semple Ames and Edgar Ames, Major D. H. Bradford, S. E. Hoffman, Thomas Dunn, Carl Sohraugstaetter, and Judge W. F. Doyle. They were met at the Union depot by Mr. ; Sheldon, .the resident passenger agent, and taken to the Port land hotel, where they will be quarter ed during their stay In the city. The party will remain In the city only until this evening, as the members lire an xious to reach home by Monday r.ext. They will return by way of the Orego Railway and Navigation to Bllllnrs, Mont., and thence to St. Louis over the burlington. They will not visit Astorls and the g-reat Jetty before returning east. THE NEHALEM MAIL ROUTE. Congressman W. R. Bills received the following letter from Second Assistant Postmaster General Melson, and for warded same to James W. Hare, stat ing that if it was not satisfactory to the petitioners to notify him at once: Washington, ID. C, Feb. 4, 1895. Sir Referring to a letter from Mr. James W. Hare, of Astoria, Oregon, also a petition of citizens, transmitted by you to this office, recommending a change in schedule of departures and arrivals, on route No. 73,102, Astoria to Elsie, Oregon, I have the honor to Inform you that an order has this day been issued to adopt the following schedule, as petitioned for, to take ef fect March 1, 1895: Leave Astoria 'Wednesday and Sat urday at 6 a. m. Arrive at Elsie Wednesday and Sat urday by 6 p. m. Leave Elsie Tuesday and Friday, at 6 a. m. Arrive at Astoria Tuesday and Fri day, by 6 p. m. Very Respectfully, C. MELSON. Second Assistant Postmaster General In groceries as tn everything else, It pays to get the best. Everybody is no' supposed to be expert in Judging thp value of all kinds of groceries, and must depend on the honesty of thf lenler. HONESTY IS THE REST POI TCY. There Isn't any doubt about it ""oard Stokes do not claim to do thr 'mposslble, but thy do claim to sell roods at lowest prices. There is n" -obblng Peter to pay Paul at their tore. Last hlght's show at the Casino dre out a big crowd,' and as on previous nights a splendid performance war placed on the boards. The "Big Four' would ba an excellent attraction on any stat?e, and It is more than likely thai they will fill the house every night dur ing their brief Btay. The next attrac tlon at the Casino is the "Irish Aristoc racy," and come with a first-class rep utation. HOPE CRUSHED TO (EARTH Will rise again In the bosom of a dys peptic wise enough to substitute for the pseudo-tonics, which has bamboozled him out of his belief tn 'the possibility of cure, the real invlgoramt and stomachic. HosteCter's Stomach Bitters. The bil ious, the nervous, the dyspeptic, the rheumatic alike derive speedy benefit from this healthful botanlo medicine Persons suffering from indigestion will gain no positive permanent good from Che fiery, unmediloaited stimulants of I oommerce, too often used recklessly. The Bitters is inuneasureably to V- preferred to these as a tonic, since tts nure basis Is modified by the con junction wfth It of vegetable Ingredi ents of the highest remedial excellence. U, and it infuses vigor Into the weak and sickly. A wineglassful three times a clay is the average dose. Laugh Longect, .v laugh Ali TOE TJSr PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ' .v H. A. 8MITH DENTIST. Rooms 1 and 2, Pythlnn M'llMna over C. H. Cooper's store. W. C. LOGAN. D. D. 8., DENTAL PARLORS Mansell Block. 673 Third strew M. LAFORCB. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Rooms 6, ( and 7. Flavele Brick Building. SILAS B. SMITH, ATTORNEY i.T LAW. Office In Flavel's brick building. wank J. Taylor. FRANK J. TAYLOR, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Astoria. Oregon. DOCTOR ALFRED KINNEY, OFFICE AT HIS RESIDENCE. May be found In his ollice until II o'clock mornings, from 12 noon until 2 p. m., and from 6 until 7:30 evenings. J. Q. A. BOWLBY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LA. Office on Second 8ti-et, Astoria, ov. DR. EILIV JANSON, . 'PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Olsen's drug store. Hours, 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 6 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sun days, 10 to 11. J. S. BISHOP, M. D., HOMEOPATHIST. Office and rooms In Kinney Block. Office Hours, 10 to 12:30 and 4 to 6:30. Surgery and Diseases of Women a Spe cialty. LIBERTY P. MULLINIX, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office, 684 Third st, Astoria, Ore. Special attention given to all chronic diseases. DR. O. B. ESTES, PHYSICI AN AND SURGEON, Special attention to diseases of wom en and surgery. Office over Danzlger store. Astoria. Telephone No. 62. I AY TUTTLE, M. D. PHYSICIAN. SURGEON. AND ACCOUCHEUR. Office, Rooms & and 6, Pythian aulldlng. Hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to . Residence, 639, Cedar street SOCIETY MEETINGS. TEMPLE LODGE NO. 7, A. F A. M. Regular communications and he.d jn the first and third Tuesday evening of each month. W. G. HOWELL, W, M. E. C. HOLDEN, Secretary. FOR SALE. JAPANESE GOODS.-JUHt out-Jnnt -ecelved Just what you want, at Wins, Lee's, 629 Third street. 1 . WAMTiiD. WANTED A first-class took a.;d jineial no use servant; good wages .o & competent girl. Appi at resilience of Samuel Elmore, corner 8in an J ranMinavenue. References required. WANTED An industrious couple avlug one or two well grown ohi.dicn j rua a dairy farm. Ai ply by letur r pei-sonally until the ziith or Febiu--ry, to John Aduir, Sipanon, Oregon, flying reference?. WANTED Agents to represent the Id National Life Insurance Co., of tiontpelier, Vt. For further Inform 1 ion, address G. M. Stolp, General Coast Manager, 82-84 Crocker Building, tan Francisco. Cal. WANTED Situation for houseworl ir nursing, by an experienced person. Address, A. B., this office. tto.00 to 150 PER WEEK using and selllnv Old Reliable Plater. Every fam ily has rusty, worn knives, forks, spoons, etc. Quickly plated by dipping In melted metal. No experience or hard work. A good situation. Address W. P. Harrison & Co., Clerk No. 14, Columbus, Ohio. 5.00 to 115.00 PER DAY at home sell. Ing Lightning Plater, and plating Jew elry, watches, tablewear, etc. Every house has goods needing plating. No xperlence; no capital; no talking; some igent? are making $25 a day. Perma lent position. Address H. K. Delmo & Co., Columbus, Ohio. MISCELLANEOUS. WHEN IN PORTIAND Call on Handley Sr. Haas, 150 First street, and get the Dally Astorlan. Visitors need not miss their morning paper while there. Captain bweeney, U. S. A., San Diego Cal., says: "Bhiloh's Catarrh Remedy Is the first medicine I have ever found that would "o me any good. Price 60 tts. Sold iy J. W. Coun. What Is the use to go and pay 12 1-3 cents for a clear when von pan mt in Robert Man tell at Chas. Olsen's for 10 cents,, the best Havana cigar In the I market, mild and free smoking. MEDIUM AND CLAIRVOYANT. Madam Nelson, reads head and palm. also cards, and tells past, present and luture. Consultation on all alTiiint Price, 50 cents and upwards. Recom mendations from several hundred per sona 455 Exchange street, corner of 10th street BEVERAGES. WINES AND BRANDIES. UseS m randel wine Instead of coffee or iw. Fifty rents per gallon. Uon't fo.-et peach and apricot brandy. Al Fre; cb Oonn and wine st Alex OIlhM-t'a ONLT THE PCREfT Wlr-M nd liquors are sold at Alex Csmpb.-.l'a Gem. pflcf, 1 4 .