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TOE DAILY ASTORIAIM, A STOMA, SATURDAY MOliNINU, MAY 4, 1803.
THE BEST PIPE TOBACCO? Tide Table for May, 1 895. WOK WATIX. tow WATER. DATE. A. II. p. it. a u. I F. u. h.mft, h.m 1 U jimftj bin I ft Weilucsdny 1 610 7 8 0 67 93 . 1-.'"0(H Thursday..! 6 a 1 7 2 7W6fi ojj 8f 107 Kridfty. ... 8 7 45 7 1 8 K 70 201 3 1 2HJ09 Hntunlay.. 4 9(11 7 1 0 4-' 7 4 810 2:; 8:11 SUNDAY. . 51001173 1U27 78 4 0T. U 4112 Monday.... fi 11 OS 7 11 10 s 1 600 0 1 61214 Tuesday... 7 L!03 7 7 It fill ss 8 flu -0 6 5 65 1 7 tVedntsKdny 8 1J 5:: 7 6 0 117 -0 1 0 Mil 2 1 rhiirKday. 0 0191 142 7 4 62J -1 :i 71(124 Krl(l.l)'.... 10 1 10 9 0 280 7 1 8 07 -1 7 6028 Saturday. .11 1 fin 8 8 8 10 li 8 8 50 -1 1 8 :i!l :l 2 SUNDAY .12 2.11 8 1 4 00H2 II X, -07 92085 Monday.. ,.18 816 7 9 4 5 (i 1 1)20 -0 1 10 22 3 7 Tuesday .. 11 4 01 7 3 551 ti 2 1109 0 5 11 82 8 9 Wedn'sd'y 15 4 50 0 7 G 4J li 3 12 00 1 0 Thursday. .10 5 6s 6 1 7 30 0 3 0 51 87 12 52 1 4 Friday 17 7 0758 81107 2 00 8 2 1 45 1 8 Watu.-day.. 18 817 5 7 8 5.00 26'. 27 tm'iQ SUNDAY. 19 9 21 5 9 9 39 7 2 841 22 3 27 2 1 Monday....?" 10 20 0 1 10 1(- 7 0 4 27 1 4 4 17 2 3 Tuesday.. .21 11 12 03 1051 80 60s 07 4 58 25 Wedn'sd'y 22 12 02 0 0 11 30 8 8 5 47 0 0 2 30 2 6 Thursday .23 12 4h 0 0 6 20 -0 0 6 15 2 8 Friday... .21 007 87 18170 7 ft") -1 0 6 53 2 9 Hatnrday.. 25 0 47 8 8 2 217 0 7 40 -13 7 ft') 2 9 HUNDAY. 26 1 28 8 8 8 ft'. 7 0 8 28 -15 8 20 3 1 Monday. . 27 614 87 862 70 9 15.1 2 8 10 32 Tuesday.. 28 8 01 8 8 4 41 ti 9 10 04 -0 8 10 10 3 2 Wedn'sd'y 29 4 00 7 8 5 SI li 9 10 55 -O 3 11 17 8 1 Thursday .80 6 02 7 2 6 21 70 11 60 -04 Friday . . . . 3l) 6 15 0 7 7 12 7 2 0 82 -2 li 12 40 1 0 ALONQ THE WATER FRONT. The steamer State of California sail for San Francisco thLs morning'. It Is expected that the Cuplca, fully laden 'will reach here next Wednesday. The Cascades came down the rlv-jf last evening with two ibarge loads of atone. Phil Weeks came down the river to say goodbye to his old friend Captain Ellis, of the Ancona. The KlrkhlH was towed up the river to Portland yesterday by the Ockla hama. Pilot Pease was aboard. The steamer Harrison leaves out -for Tillamook this morning with a large cargo, 'and several .passengers. The launch Keystone la on the grid iron at the Astoria Iron Works hav ing her rudder and propellor repaired. The Colony finished loading In Port land (at noon yesterday and will leave down few this olty tomorrow In tow of the Emma Hayward. The Columbia is up at the buoy de pot having her engine room and boil ers cleaned and overhauled. Prepara tions will be made next week for her annual Alaskli trip. Yesterday afternoon the Signal came down from Portland with a full cargo of Hour for China via Vancouver. She will taike bark the Celestials who have been refused a landing on this side. The Eltevedlore's office has caught the lupirlt'of theitiimes and carpenters were busy yesterday in Scott Johnson's sanctum putting in a new door and otherwise embellishing the front of the etab'lishimenlt. Spring is coming. The Ancona, with 4.000 tons of cargo, wn3 brought down the river yesterday morning by the tugs Oklahama and Emma Hayward, with Pilot Pease in command. She lightered 1115 bags of wheat as soon as she reached her an chorage. " Capltaln Bills expects to leave out tomorrow. One of the most precious sea log books extant was recently exhibited at the Merchant's Exchange, Sydney, It was Captain Cook's official log of the cruise of his majesty's ship Endea vour, and covers the period from May 2.1th, 1708, 'to October 23d, 1770. The book was purchased by F. H. Dan gar and presented to the Sydney Mu seum. The British bark Mozambique, 2305 tona, Captain McCrone, arrived in yes. terday, 28 d'aye from Santa Rosalia, in ballast. The captain reports that he was off the bar seven days ago, but beut up to Cape Flattery by reason of souiihea,;it winds. The trip was a fair one with very little bad weather. The Mozambique is a fine vessel bJllt by Russell & Co., of Glasgow, the design ers of the Artcona.. She is heavily manned and carries 37 all told. i i-nn imrvnittant era lire wguuiiiig , was inaugurated in the history of tne Sandy Hook pi rota iasi w.-n .-... tlhey petitioned the New York Pilot Commissioners to allow them to re place their twenty-one sailing crart with two or more steamers tor tnat i rvha Vnw York Dl- lots also requested the privilege of com ... ...... - - t in.. i 1 a in mncng witn tne n&w jasw ... j n-h nilnts claim me new ut-piuuuii-c. i . that eighty per cent of their numoer .? . - 11 o)ini ravor tne cnange irom " If It is true that this large per centage of pilots belteve that, the time has ar rived to change their old established methods of serving the shipping of the port of New York to keep abreast of the times, there Is little doubt that It Is the correct thing to o. ,rr- i n.WA -,.iif,i for Vanahno on Monday from Pan Franidsco to loaa coal for (the whaling neei in uic -tic ocean. She had a crew a?r5 ai l t X kk a nnrtiA AT 1)U A m-or'th, and phe was scheduled to leave early. They were all non-union men, but some of the packets of tne union appeared emomr tnn v.nm Anon t.T TMr montn uiK.cu hit: 1 1 1 in i ii n and vrheti they refused to work he ., i m.kvm nn."p on Jano no boarding house master would give them shelter, some oi mem k, - their berths, only to be told that wages had fallen to 125 since mey ku. couple of the men accepted the re,JU0a wages, and the crew was filled by Japanese and negroes. Or. Price' Crecm Biking Powder World's Fa?r Hiz'jet Awari working (For rnm discount. Saltern Jobbers Still Trying to Force the Cannare to Their Peremptory Terms. Same buyers of salmon, evidently obeying an order from headquarters to .put on a little Judicious .pressure, are not only holding back from pur chases they desire to make from can nery men, but are also delaying on tfhlpmenits as long as iposslble after tire goods are bouh!t. This, of course, la a very poorly hidden attempt to "put the screw on" the canners and so co erce them that they may be forced, In some Instances at any rate, to come down to tiho one Bind one-half per cent dlscounlt torms according to the ulti matum of a few wholesale grocers In Chicago. As stated In, these columns, however, it Is always well to find out In advance whether your opponent Is loaid'ed or not, (and this precaution these few 111-iadvised Jobbers have evidently not itlaken. The foresight of the can nerymen has bnoufjht them to a posi tion WHere they can remain Indifferent to any such pressure. The canners are ceritialn'ly able Ito tfUartd Whe conse quences If the jobbers can, and there la little doubt but that the latter will be compelled to retire gracefully, and either abandon this useless warfare, or resort to less clumsy methods of fighting. This scheme to force down the market on the one Wand, and then hold shipments on the chance of some better terms turning up In the mean t:me, Is built on the Idea that the can ners are hanging onto the first few carload shipments and that It is a vitalpolnt with them that their Initial output shall be transformed Into cash to save them from starvation. Need lesB to say, the schemers have started their fight from a very shaky position. It really seems to the Astorlan that .these Jobbing men could do much more good for themselves and their cus tomers If they confined their attention to rooting out spurious brands of salm on, "more particularly when they know 'them to be spurious. Let them turn half the energy they are wasting on their discount fight Unto this serious "fake label" question and they will 'then Indeed be using what power they possess as large minded and honorable men of business. A LARGE WAIST Is not generally considered a necessary 'adjunct to the grace, beauty, or syme try of he womanly form. WHtlhin the 'body, however. Is a great waste made neoessary aocordtn gto the condition of things -continually in. process amd re quiring the perfect action of all bodily functions to absorb or dispel the ref use. When there is Irregularity or in action, ladles who value a clean, pure, (healChy body will take Dr. Pierce's Favorite PresonipMon the only remedy for woman which being once used is always in favor. To those about to become mothers, It 'Is a priceless boon, for it lessens the ipains and perils of child-birth, short ens labor, promotes an abundlant se cretion of nourishment for flhe child and shortens the period of confinement. Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure biliousness, constipation, sick headtache, Indiges tion, or dyspapsia, and kindred di seases. NOTICE. There will be a special meeting of the McKlnley Club at the Court House cn Monday evening, May 6th, 1S95, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of.electing tf n delegates to attend the convention of the Young Men's Sbate Republican Club, to be held ait Portland, Oregon, Wednesday, May 22d, 1895. A full at tendance is earnestly requested. H. J. WHEBITT, C. E. BAYLES, Secretary. President. REDUCED RATES. " Commencing April 30th and until fur ther notice the rates between Astoria and Portland via the O. R. and N. Co., will be $1.00 one way, and $1.60 round trip. C. F. OVERBAUGH, Commercial Agent. KIMBALL PIANOS AND ORGANS. If you want a piano or organ, buy a reliable make from first hands at a reasonable price. We are the only manufacturers of pianos ana organs who have a brandh house on the Paci fic coast, and are certainly in a posi tion to sell you a reliable instrument for less than any retailer or agent. A large shipment of Kimballs will be sold In your town direct from the factory in the near future. If you are ready to buy berore they arrive, write us and we will send you catalogue and prices. W. W. KIMBALL & CO., -Manufacturers. Pacific Coast Branch, Portland, Or EXTENDED SYMPATHY. "Do unto others as you would have thers do unto you," Is sympalhetlcall) hnwn In the following lines, the pre- .miitlnn hpincr that symiiathv is born. r akin to pain, or sorrow: "C! en tlemen: Please send Krause't Headache Capsules as follows: Twi luxes to Flora seay, navanna, in. van hnvu tn T.mio Wllrov. Rrnokland. M. Dak. I have always been a great ifferer from headache and your Cap lules are the only Wing that relievef me." Yours very iruiy. FLORA SEAT, Havana, N. Dak. For sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria r.. Sole Agent The U. S. Gov't Reports Show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. BHILOH'S CURE Is sold on a gvar- . t . ...ma InMnlonf rr,nailfinnt1nn 1 LUC. II m"w. t is the best Cough Cure. Only one ent a uose. o cents, dw buu fj.w. For Sale by J. W. Conn. T,a. GrlDi3 is here again with all Its )ld-tlme vigor. One Minute Cough Cure Is a reliable remedy. It cures and :ures quickly. Chas. Roger REDUCED RATES. The favorite steamer Bailey Gatzert leaves Flavel's wharf opposite the Oc cident Hotel, daily at 7 p. m., Sunday vnAnfprl for Portland. Fare only $1.00 one way, and $1.50 round trip. w. sruwia. Agent Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. DEI; mm fmm Most Perfect Made. 40 Yean the Standard. V PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND. Charles MacDonald, a Business Man, Is Within a (few eteps of the intersec tion of towo of the Ibaislest thorough fares in Chicago, it not In the entire country, Is a store through, the portal of -which more people pass In the course of a day tWan enter into and depart from any other establishment of its size In Hhe West. Men and wom en whose, faces bear the stamp of in telligence and culture; women who lead in sodaty, art and letters; men who are promlnemlt In professions; law yers, iphryslolans, artiste, judges, and JourmHslts. The exterior of the place gives immediate evidence of its charac ter, which Is that of a center of cur rent naws and Infopmiatran. It is tfhe r ews and perlodloall depot of Charles MacDonald, at 65 Washington etreet, who -writes the following letter: Chicago, Feb, 20, 1895. Messrs. Wells, Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt. Gentlemen: It is clearly the duty of every person to ackuowledige a service remterad, no matter What its nature. When, however, the character of the benefltjbestowed is such UhJalt it light ens the dally burdens of our lives, and changes our nllhlts from dreary watches to periods of tranquil and re freshing repose, the duty resolves itself BOND STREET " IMPROVEMENT NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the Com non Council of the. City of Astoria, Oregon, have determined to improve Bond street from West side of 42Q street to West side of 45th street, all In the City of Astoria, as laid out and recorded by John Adlalr, such improve ment shall consist of grading such portion of said street to the established grade thereof, throughout the full width thereof (together with filling as well as cutting) as to all thereof Is above the bank of the Columbia River and planking the same with sound fir plank three Inches in thickness to a width of twenty reet tlnrougnou tne center thereof, and laying a side walk ten fet wide of fir plank 1 and 1-2 inches thick on the South Bide of said street along Block 99, and on the North side thereof, along the balance of the part thereof that Is above the bank of said river and consequently to be graded, and driving piles, laying caps and stringers and ptanklng with sound fir plank four inches thick the part of said street which is North or West of the bank of said river (and therefore is n-rt to be graded) to a width of forty feet through the center of said etreet upon the established grade thereof, and placing substantial railings upon each side of the improvement. All of the Improvements to be made in accordance with the plans and spe cifications and ordinances in relation thereto. The land, lots and premises upon which the special assessment shall be levied to defray the cost and expenses of such Improvement and the district .embracing said lands, lots and prem ises, be and the same are designated as follows, to-wlt: Commencing at the Southwest corner of Block 6, in said part of said city and running thence East to the South west corner of Block 7, and thence South to the Southwest corner of Block 8, and thence East to the Southeast cor ner of Block 98, and thence North to the Northeast corner of Block 110, and thence West to the Northwest corner of Block 116, and thence South to the place of beginning, and all lands and premises wjtlhtn such district and not within any street or alley are sub J act to such assessment.' Estimates of the expense of such Improvements and plans and diagrams of suoh work or improvement and of the locality to be improved, have been deposited by ths City Surveyor with the Auditor and Police Judge for pub lic examination, and may be Inspected at the office of such officer. At the next regular meeting of the Common Council following the final publication of this notice, which meet ing will be held on Wednesday, May 15th, at the hour of 7:30 p. m., at the city haM, any objections that may toe made to such improve ments will be considered by the council, and If by the time of said meeting a remonstrance against such ImnroVBineiKt aimed bv residents of the city owning more than one-half of j the nroperty in mm oiamct snail oe filed with the Auditor and PoHce Judge suoh htvprovement shall not be or dered. If ait all, except by a vote of two-thJrda of all members of the ooino41. By order of the Common Council. (Attest) K. OSBURN, Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, Or., May 3. 1895. mmmmwmmm Prominent. Chicago Restored to Health'. -k.L'lti.t Into a pieasure.. A faw months ago, owing 'to the confining nature of my business, I begtui Ho feefl at first a sort of languor and llsttossness, to disguise which I was compelled to bring into play all -the strength I could command. The feeling grew up on me, however, and In short time it took eu'dh possession of me that It affected my appetite and caused ln Bomnia.. I approached my meals with La feeling amounting almost to nausea, and my bed with horror at the restless night that I was oer'tatn was before me. It was only by the strongest ef forts that I was enabled to hide the cNange from people who came into my place of business, but my Intimate ac quaintances were quicker to notice It. I hiad arrived at a point where I could no longer keep silent upon the sub ject, and speaking of it to one of my Mends one dfay, he sugswt'ed that I try Paine s celery compound. I pur chased a boWle. and before I had taken a dozan doses I knew, tlhait the sugges tion was a good one, for I felt en im provement. I continued to use it, and feel entirely restored. My appetite is good, I sleep well, and. Instead of an lrkisome grind, my business has again become a pleasure to me. You my put me down as a strong advocate of Faine's celery compound. Yours respectfully, CHAS. MAC DONALD. FOURTEENTH STREETH 8 EWER NOTICE. Notice is hereby given th'at the Com mon Council of the CUty of Astoria, Oregon, have determined to construct a sewer on 14th street, In the part of said city laid out and recorded by J. M. Shively, from the south line of Jerame avenue to a connection with the sewer already constructed in said 14th street, and ending 100 feet south of tlhe south line of Grand Avenue, where the sewer to be constructed Is to be connected with the same. The land, lots and premises upon wihirh the special assessment shall be levied to defray tlhe costs and expenses of such sewer and the district em. bracing eiaM lands, lots and premises, be and the same are designated as fot Commencing at the east line of Let 4, In Block 20. In said part of of said city at a point 100 feet south of the north east comer of ald lot, and running thence westerly parallel with the south line of Grand Avenue, to the west Un of Block 19, and thence southerly,, on a straight line to a point where the line dividing the two tiers of lots In Block 57 wouM, if extended westerly, lnltersect the west line of the Shively Donation Land claim, and thence east erly on a fltnadwht line to the southeast corner of Lot 4, in Block 68, and thence northerly on a straight line to the place of beginning and ell lands and premises In said district and not in any street or alley shall be subject to such assessment. The sewer ellrall be constructed by laying down a terra cotta pipe 12 inches tn diameter, with manholes, lampholes, sockets, branches and catch bawlns, at such points as the committee on streets and public ways of the coun cil may direct. Estimates of the expense of such sewer and plans and diagrams for the same, and of the locality to be im proved by the sewer, have been de. postted by the City Surveyor with tht auditor and Police Judge for public examination and may be inspected at the office of such officer. i At the next regular meeting of the Common Council following the final publication of this notice, which meet ing will be held on Wednesday, May 10th. 1895, at tne hour of 7:30 p. m at the city tall, any objections (hat may 'be made to such proposed sewer Improvement will be considered by the council, and If by the time of said meeting a remonstrance against suoh Improvement signed by residents of the city owning more than one-half ot the property in said district shall be filed with the auditor and police judge such improvement shall not be ordered if at all, except by a vote of two-thirds of all members of the council. By order of the Common Council. Attest: K. OSBURN, Auditor and PoHce Judge, City of Astoria, Astoria, Or., May 4, 1895. Doctor H. R. Fish, of Gravois Mills, Mo., a practicing physician of many years' standing, writes: DeWitt's WKch Hazel Salve has no equal for Indolent ores, scalds and burns. It stops pal instantly, heals a burn quickly, an leaves no scar. Chas. Rogers. Something new In the Una of Sachet Powders Just received at the Printx- Craln Drug Ster. FOR RENT. THE MANSELL." Furnbihed r-wma, cwtially l'xtes. 673 Commercial street. FOR RENT Two story house with l asement and bath. H:?rd finished. In quire at 'this office. FOR RENTSIx .room cottage, cor ir.,h ..( and Irving avenue. Apply to J. G. Higglns, 409 Bond street, i T.vm REINT Three ntce, umumisnea rooms for housekeeping; also one nice y furnlshctd irior tor "-.- this onrce. WANTED. rATTrkA Mrl to do light house- work. Call at this office. to 15 years of age apply at Can toria, Immediately. wnJt iKoUBfl of 6 or 7 VVAii ruv 'av rooms In desirable neighborhood. Ad. dress "B," Astorlan. xvK Pinond-lhan'd letter press; must be In good condition land cheap. Inquire ait this office. wvTnn Tn huv a fiah bcow. Ad dress P. O. Box 408, giving description, age and price, or apply at this ouit-e. nr k wnirr T Mnt nr will bUV at & fair price, a second hand type-writer. Smith machine preferred. Inquire at this office. nf a xr a n.rrr WAMTFrn To BDDOlnt salesmen to sell the Rapid Dishwasher. Washes and dries the dishes in two nlmilal nritfcnilt WAttlniT the fingerS. $75 a week and all expenses. Easy po sition, no capuai; no nuru wunv, w.u make $100 a week. Address W. P. Har rison & Co., Cleric No. 14, Columbus, Ohio. mmron AirnniM tn renresent ths ni" -n - ' - old National iue imuiuu w " Montpelier, Vt. tor runner iniuii .1 ,i.z n. m- ctnln neneral Coast Manager, 82-84 Crocker Building, San Francisco. Cal. A MAN OR LADY TO MANAUIi dlatributliur samples, cards, books, circs. Do correspondence. Send Syl van Co'y, Detroit, Mich., 10 cenW for samples, soap, etc., snd got special of fer to you. 1 AVANT SAMPLES HANDFJD TO your friends or neighbors. Sen3 A. F. Wood, Perfumer, Wood Ave., De troit, Mich., 10 cents for 5 trial battles Satin-Scent Perfumes; receive offer to you. FOR UALB JAPANESE GOODS. Just out Just received just what you want, at Wing Lee's, 529 Third street. ACREAGE FOR SALE. FUveaeres In Summit Addition, clear of encumbrance, for sale. Very cheap for cash. Address R. Liauell, Astoria, Oregon. Pffll KAT.TC Three furnished rooms for housekeepPub.0' All ready to step Into and keep house. Inquire at 431 Bond street. LOST. iVVVVVW'MTllVlbili LOST On Franklin avenue, between Iv.th anA aiv.tAon.tlh otrpnlA. ft ftmnll biack purse containing three or four eys ana sixty oenits. jt-uree naB ira tlnia "lVf n " in niitfllris Finder please return same to our offce. Chas. llellborn & son. LOST On Sunday, April 28, about one mile this side of the Walluski brldfre, a gold headed cane, engraved T. M. Howe. Finder pi earn leave at J. S. Delllnger's, and receive reward. FOUND. FOUND A gold ring with ruby set ting; also a society pin. The owners an have same by calling at this ofllos ind proving ownership. The World's fnlr Tests shoved no baking powder bo puro cr so reat la leav enlng power as tha Poya!, All city subscribers to the Dally As torlan will please bear In mind that lubscrtptlons for the month of April ira now due, and will kindly endeavor o have the requ'slte cash ready when Mr. Ranncla calls for it. KARL'S CLOVER ROOT, the greot Hood purifier, gives reoline!S and learness to the compm.'tiu'l nnd .r.urf Constipation, 25 r.ts.. f.O ct , tl.00. For Sale bjt J. W. Conn. Sick Headache, constipation, and In llgestlon are quickly cured by DeWltt's Mttle Early Risers, the famous little illls. Chaa. Rogers. Mrs. T. S. Hawkins, Chattanooga, renn,, says, "Shllor's Vltallzer 'SAVTE 1Y LIFE.' I consider It the best rem dy for a debilitated system I ever ised." For Dyspepsia, Liver or Kid ley trouble. It excells. Piivt li els. For Bale by J. W. Conn. FOUND THEM THE BEST. This is to certify that I have used rause's Headache Capsules perlodi- ally for over a year, and have very much pleasure lr staling that they ve hlways proved very beneficial and ave relieved me In from ten to fifteen minutes. I have beer, a sufferer from uad.iche for many years, and have never found anything to do me as nuch good us Krause's Headache Cap sules. Yours Truly, - . LOUIS HERMAN, 234 Poplar St., Wichita, Kan. For sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria, ROYAL ttalcing Powder. Highest ct ell In leavening - Strength. U.S.Oove7nnwnt Report at HUH, "i It is sold on a rubtantee by all drug- guts. It mires Incipient Consumption, ana iptn oem isougu wa -oup iux For Sale by J. W. Conn. LW Bottled J.Xr- y 1 1 Tfj Z, Onecentdoga.N4C -Z K ' W VIB0B"&E Easily, Quickly, Permanently Restored. Weakness, NervenaneMf Debility, ana all tuc train or evus irora eariy errora or later excesses, the result of overwork, oieknew, worry. etc. hiill ttrengtn, devel- opmenlund tone given 10 every organ auu poruoa oftheboriy. Simple, nat ural method. Immedi ate Improvement seen Colin imnnatllilf. .on0 references. Book. axplanatlou and proofs Dialled (sealed) Irea, ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, H.Y. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. A. SMITH DENTIST. Rooms I and i, Pythian building, over C. 11 Cooper's store. W. C. LOGAN, D. D. 8., DENTAL PARLORS. Mansell Block. 671 Third street DR. EILIV JANSON, PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON. Office over Olsen's drug store. Hours, 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 5 and 1 to 8 p. m. Sun days, 10 to 1L J. S. BISHOP. M. D., HOMEOPATHIST. Office and rooms in Kinney Block. Oftlce Hours, 10 to 13:30 and 4 to 6:30. Surgery and Disease's of Women a Spe cialty. LIBERTY P. MULLINDC. M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office, 6S4K Third st, Astoria, Ore, Special attention given to all chronlo diseases. DR. O. B. ESTES, PHYSICIiN AND SURGEON, Special attention to diseases of wont ec and surgery. OfTie over Danzlger'a store. Astoria Telephone Mo, 61 JAY TUTTLE. U. V.. PHYSICIAN. SURGEON. AND t!COUCHEUR. Office, Rooms and 6, Pythian Building. Hours, 10 to 12 and I to 5. Residence, 639, Cedar street DOCTOR ALFRED KINNEY, OFFICE AT HIS RESIDENCE. May be found in his office until II o'clock mornings, from ,12 noon until I p. m., and from 6 until 7:30 evenings. Qerman Physician. Eclectic. DR. BARTEL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Albert Dunbar's store cor. 9th and Commercial. Prices: Calls SI: confinements, 110.00. Operations at office tree. Medicines furnished. MRS. DR. OWENS ADAIR, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Special attention given to diseases of women and children. Also to eye and ear. Office at Mrs. Ruckor's on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 9:30 a. m. to 3:30 p. m. W. M LAFORCE, ATTORNEY AT LAV7, Rooms) 6, 6 and 7, Flaveli Brick Building. SILAS B. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Flavel's brick building. . FRANK J. TAYLOR, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Astoria, Oregon. I Q. A. BOWLBY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAV. Office on Second Sutet Astoria, Or. J. N. Dolph. Richard Nixon. Chester V. Dolph. DOLPH. NIXON & DOLPH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Portland, Oregon, 24, 26, 26, and 27, Hamilton Building. All legal and col lection business promptly attended to. Claims against the government a spe cialty. JAMES W. WELCH, INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE , AGENT. Houses to rent. All binds of prop erty for sale. Correspondence and business solicited. Office Welch Block, il54 Commercial street, Astoria, Oregon. SOCIETY MEETINGS, TEMPLE LODGE NO. 7, A. F. and A. M. Regular communications held on the first and third Tuesday evening of each month. W. O. HOWELL, W, M. E. C. HOLDEN, Sectary. MISCELLANEOUS. WHEN IN PORTLAND-Call 0D Handley A Haas. 150 First street, and get the Daily Astorlan. Visitors need not miss their morning paper wlin there. BEVERAGES. wivfo Aur Tin Mniir-a TIe In- fandel wine Instead of coffee or ten. Flftx cents per gallon. Don't forget oeach and apricot brandy. Also French Cognac and wine at AJex Gilbert's. ONLY THE PUREST Wines and 'Iquors are sold at Alex Cempbells Gem. NET LOST. Lost, down below, on April 27th, 20 fathom of net 100 fathoms last year web. large me, and 100 fathoms new Kmall mean nt. Bonv, corks branded S. P. Co. Finder please report to Sc-andin&vlan Cannery. 1 ki.. X- em If 1 I AT 1 1 1. mm Gambrintis Brewing Co'h Cold Stornjo is now ready to deliver 'his co!t:lr:ilci brew either by tbo keg or bottle. lr.ip a postal to box 800 or telephone No. i;0, and your orders will be prompilyili-iivi r- ed. Office, Commercial and 12th StKbts, 8. E. UTZINGEH, Ajrnnt. A. V. ALL,IN, DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, Feed,Provisions, Fruits Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies. Cor. Cast aud Squtmoqut Streets. Astoria, Oro. flof th Pacific Breiaery JOHN KOPP, Prop Bohemian Lager Beer And XX PORTER. Al orders promptly attended to Japanese Bazaar SING LUNG. Prop. Don't buy any Spring goods until you have looked our stcck over. It will pav you and as usual our prices are such as t i give us the bulk of the ladies trade in 417 Bond Street, next door to Moulor' Fruit Store. Betweca Astoria and Portland BTKAMER SARAH DIXON, SPRING TIME TABLE. Steamer Sarah Dixon leaves Astoria Monday mom lng for Portland at 4 o'clock, and Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday evenings at o'clock. Returning leaves Portland Sunday morning at 7 o'clock: Monday, Wednes day and Friday evenings at 7:30. SHAVER TRANSPORTATION CO Tlicao tiny Capsules orofiuperlcr to uaisam of Uobalua. Cubclw and lajoctlona. Ihev cure In AH hours tha same diseases without nnylncon-j vonlonce. SOLD BY AlLDnUGGISIS J. B. WYATT, Astoria, Oregon. Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Groceries, (Provisions, PAINTS and OILS. Special Attention Paid to Supplyln Ship. the asTOHm savings bjiHK Acts as trustee for corporations kO'l Individuals. Deposits solicited. Interest will be allowed on aavlniM deposits at the rate of 4 per cent per annum, 1 J, Q. A. BOWLBY President BENJ. YOUNG. Vice president FRANK PATTON CaBhiei DIRECTORS. J. Q. A. Bowlby, C. H. Page. BenJ Young, A. S. Reed, D. P. Thompson W. E. Dement, Gust Holmes. E. ricNEIL, Receiver, oiJAiowUio Gives Choice of Tmo Transcontinental Via Via Spokane OgJen .Denver and and St. Paul. Omuha or M.Paul. Pullman nd Tourlt i ! Free Reclining Chfir Cure. Astoria to Ban Francisco. OCEAN 8TEAMERH State, Saturday, May 4. Oregon, Thursday. May . State, Tuesday, May 14. Oregon, Sunday, May 24. State, Friday, May 24. Oregon, Wednesday, May 29. Astoria and Portlnd Steamers. Hereafter the 0. R. and N. Co.'s boats will run as follows, between ABtorla and Portland. The Thompson will leave As toria at :4fi a. m. dally except Sunday, and Portland daily at 8 p. in. except Sunday. The T. J. Potter will 'eav, Astoria at 7 P. m. ' . mil Portland at 7 a. m. dally except Sunday. For rates and general Information call on or address C. F. OVERBAUOIT, Commercial Agent, Astoria, Or, W. H. HURLEURT, Gen. Pas. Agt, Portland. Cr. "V 4 IJ i A JTnti osw Tim i i i in r -is n in J ( " 0 f .....,..,- . .- -. -. -- r- ( j - - 1 '