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THE DAILY ABTORIAJN, A8T0JUA., BVXURDA JIORNINO, MAY 11, 1805
WORSE THAN POVERTY. Poor Blood and Nerves Paine's 'Celery Compound. Among all the structures that make up the human body, the nerves have been until recently, the least understood. The role of the nerves In the digestion and assimilation of food is a highly im portant one. The question whether the food shall nourish or become a mere load upon the system is a question of nerve force. Neglect to satisfy the demands made by the nervous system carries heavy pen alties. When this nervous force is ex hausted the digestive processes are oti structed, the body is weakened, and pains of neuralgia, indigestion, rheumatism, in vade its parts. During repore the nerves and great nerve centers feed upon the nutritive material that Is stored in the blood and tissues. It is when this sup ply of nourishment Is prompt and abun dant that the nervous system is able to recuperate, but when the system has be come too tired to appropriate sufficient nourishment and the nerves too shaky to get the rest they need, that boat of all blood purifiers, nerve foods, and nerve regulators, Paine's celery compound, should be given at once. Paine's celery compound has brought health, Btrength and freedom from ner vous weakness to thousands of tired women, "run down" men and sickly chil dren. It makes them able to sleep sound ly, to digest their fooa perfectly, and to win back health and strength. The tired brain and nerves are rebuilt and their wasted parts repaired during sleep, and RECEIVER'S SALE! The Gre;it Wholesale Dry Goods House of E. S. JAFFRAY & CO., NEW YORK, In the hands of Receivers by order from the New York Supreme Court. The fol lowing communication, endorsed by the firm explains the runtter: NEW YOKK, 350 Broadway. LONDON. 7 St. Mildreds Ct. GLASGOW, 54 Uuiou St. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that we have been this day appointed Receiv ers of the firm of E. S. Jaflrav & Co., upon a dissolution thereof, nuder an order of the New York Supreme Court. This firm has also this day by an instrument under he hands and seals of the partners therein, duly conveyed, transfered and assigned to all the prope rlv and eflVc.s of the firm. Under the provision, of our order of appointment the Receivers are autohrized to continu the business so far aa neces- BRrT to make payment to us as Receivers and ail persons holding any of the property of the firm are re Si to .ount to us therefor. Due not.ce will exhibit- i. ii i;m o.minut the ati firm. HOWARD O. JAFFBAY, Jllg Ull M - tw 5iM We be ' to confirm theenelosed circulaar notice of Messrs. Jaffray, c - . . Vn.,ra I tha firm accounted for to them. Yours The above communication explains the whole thing-one of the greatest whole-.-I- a . in the world retiring from business and in order to do so as l-nni.llv as Dossible they are bii.uKu., . 10 l genera dry XrInt rom what you find Ti.ijT'lu hi i he ffreatwt salefor firat-class mnoral drV B0Ols-aml we musi '-' general dr rintA tots This will be the greatest goods on this coast Come early tor nrst cm. jJeflllen&lilleDoDfiell, ' Parker's old store, Bona INDORSED BT THE PRE33. f Gentlemen:-Thls is to certify tha 1 have used Krause's Headache apsules with satisfactory results. I wught a box which cost me J3. and one ceperle m dreadful p.ck h?adr.che. My wife and mvself nave both used ; S"d1w.oth.P jjust what theyrepresented. W X HUTCHISON. Ed. Gazett. Pleasant Hill. a Twen-flve cents. r bJ. CL" Rogers. Astoria. Or., sole age""- a.a rriRK U sold on a 'ar nu" 7MoU.nt conumpnon. .. nice . - " r.ir. 1)111 S.". f,vh cur, on'?, one Out of Order-Take whare nervousness, Irritability, and inad equate nutrition of the nerve centers do not permit sufficient sleep, nervous pros tration, lassitude, and despondency are sure to follow. Paines celeray compound guards against all this by promptly feeding the exhaust ed nerves and making the blood pure, abundant, and nourishing. It cures neu ralgia, rheumatism, dyspepsia, all forms of nervous weakness, despondency, skin dlestses, and affections of the heart, liver and kidneys. It sends pure, vital ized blood to every organ, and thus makes people well Paine's celery compound has found Us way originally through prescrip tions by physicians, into every city and smallest village in the country. It would be very difficult to find a man or woman of mature age who has not either been helped by this remarkable remedy or has heard of Its marveloils properties at first hand from some enthu siastic friend or relative. Paine's celery compound Is the only great popular remedy that physicians of every school prescribe for disorders of the blood and nerves. Says Mrs. Kate Manuel, 216 1-2 3d ave., Minneapolis, whose picture is above: "I have been greitly benefitted by Paine's celery compound. I have taken six bottles of this wonderful remedy, and recommend It to all who are afflicted as I was. For years I have suffered from Indigestion, and know not how to give due thanks for the relief that I have re elvel while taking Paine's celery com pound. My son-in-law has taken two bot .es for similar trouble, and dt has made him well." NOTTINGHAM. Broadway . MANOHESTK.lt J 16 Portland St. PAULS. Bne Martel. New York City, March 25th, 1895. A. D. JlH.Ll.IABD, Jab. G. Cannon, Receivers of E. S. Jaffray A Co. truly, wt v Hi. rV .1 A r I1 HA I a I 1 1. We have secured fifty cases of n w-a Uarrraina Th fctnfttT If) HAW nn. tn in bankrnpt stock, and sheriff sales. goods ever known in the history of dry -""' "u "a .iTn .'i ropular Dry Goods House street, siona, irguu Mmm $1.00 Bottle. One cent a dose. It is sold on a cnkrantM by all drn- rlsta. It cures Incipient Uonsumptioa and itEa best CouhArd Croup Cuxa For Bale by t. V. Onn. p-,., cream Bikinr. Powder tt'orld'i Pair Wt'Mtt Awari Tide Table for May, 1 896 i t HIGH WITH. LOW WATta A. K. t. M. A H. I'. U. h.m ft.Hh.m I ft h.m I ft. 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Wednesday Thursday.. Kriday. ... Saturday . . SUNDAY.. Monday.... Pi leu day. ,. Thursday..: Friday 1 Saturday..! SUNDAY. 1 Saturday. . SUNDAY. Monday f . Tuesday . . Friday,.., 81 ALONG THE W ATE It FRONT. The Ellda Is tied ur at the hnndorl . house dock. The sealing schooner Kate and Ann passed out yesterday. The State of California Is due from San Francisco this morning. A 76-lnch section wheel for the atnmok Edith is being made at the Astoria Iron Works. The schooner Laura Pike came In ven. terday with a deckload of oak bark from Humboldt, Cal. One of the Shoalwater Bav nlumrera paid Astoria a visit yesterday for the first time, since last year's regatta. Stone barsre No. 4 had a new alem nlao. ed in her yesterday, and was towed up to her anchorage opposite the Scow Bay Wood Yard dock in the evening. The Alice TJIanchard came down tha river from Portland yesterday morning with a full cargo, and nassed out tn sen. at 9 a. m. bound for San Francisco and way ports. The run of salmon yesterday was again slack, all the canneries reporting small average return from the boats. The quality and size of the fish, how ever, continue very satisfactory. New shaft couplings for the steamer Miler are being manufactured at the Dal glty Iron Works, and it ts probable that the boat will be able to resume her regu lar trips to Westport by Monday. Ysterday, soon after daylight, the steamer CTillcat crossed In over the mouth of the river, and docked below the bonded warehouse. She will go to the bonded warehouse wharf today and take aboard seventy tons of tin for Alaska canneries. Boat No. 40, belonging to the-Astoria Packing Co., In which Fred Peterson and his unfortunate boat puller were up set last Tuesday, was recovered yester day and brought up to Kinney's dock. It Is badly smashed In .several places and Is half filled with sand. Last night the new propellor shaft that the Astoria Iron Works turned out for the steamer, O. K. was shipped aboard. This little piece of Improvement evens up the repairs that were effected on the sly to the Oregon on her last visit to San Francisco, and both cruisers are -now about matched for their two-mile regatta race. Over fifty men were working yesterday In the new addition to Kinney's cannery and packing went on all day, the machin ery running very satisfactorily. Carpen ters have nearly finished rebuilding the delivery slip and everything will be ready for the abandonment of the Devlin can nery on Monday. The traces of the re cent Are are now nearly all swept away, and the new structure Is so planned that every part of the worn going on in all departments can be seen at a glance by the foreman. "Chinook," In the Cathlamet Gazette, says Monday's storm made 'sad havoc among the fishermen of Baker's Bay. Boats came ashore and were smished Into kindling wood. The sloop Mayflower went ashore on Chinook beach. She had her centeV-board smashed and her rigging badly damaged by the drift logs. She was hove off again at high tide on the 7th. Ole Peterson lost a fine scow with a house on her. He had Just purchased the scow at Astoria for $159. She is a total loss. He also lost two skiffs." The agitation for more local yachts with which to compete agalnBt all com ers at the regatta is still a much dis cussed question among the various boat builders in town, all of whom seem will ing to be a little patriotic In the matter. Any one of them Is willing to build a yacht of any designated size, on the condition that she must beat anything or her Inches that can be brought against her on the coast, or no sale. The sale price may be placed at a fair figure, suffi cient to cover the labor and designing. This Is a proposition that certainly ought to be taken up by some members of the local sporting community. The boat builders claim that they can uphold the city's honor In the matter of turning out fast boats, and they surely ought to b given a change to prove their skill. Yesterday morning a little affair that will stand investigating occurred on the rlvar Just abreast of Tongue Point. The Lurline and Harvest Queen pulled out from their docks for the trip up river at about 7 o'clock, and for a little dis tance both boats had i. lively spurt, with the result that the Queen seemed to get the best of It. Both steamers slowed ui a little and the Lurline, the officers of the Queen claim, was headed straight for the paddle box of the latter boat. A moment afterwards the Lurline struck her on the wheel, turning the Queen completely round, and damaging both her own stem and the Queen wheel dox to the extent of about J200. The captain of the Harvest Queen, it Is stated in the local offices, will ask for an Immediate inquiry. They claim that this is not the first time that such an affair has happened with Captain Gray In charge of the Lurline, and considerable bitter ness seems to have bee naroused over the present occurrence. Bv the arrival of the City of Topeka at Port Townsend from Alaska, addition al particulars are obtained of the finding of the lost Montserrat's medicine chest, and Is is also learned that fragments of woodwork from both Montserrat and Keweenaw have lately come ashore at va rious islands of the Queen Charlotte group, clearly demonstrating the truth of the theory that both the lll-fatea col liers were lost well to the north, having stood to sea to escape the dangers of the Vancouver Island coast. The Victoria sealing schooner Maud 8., which arrived at Yakutat oa April 15 with Zt) skins, brought several- pieces of deck flitting easily recognized as having belonged to one or the other of the lost vessels. Captain HcKlel had obtained them at Rose Harbor. Queen Charlotte, where, he said, the Haida Indians had utilized considerable portions of Montserrat wreckage In repairing their houses, one of tha sub-chiefs having nailed beside bis totem pole a side signboard bearing the name Montserrat, while the nameboard of the Keweenaw had also been picked up and used to decorate pne of the smaller native homes. At Cross Sound Captain McKiel also found several pieces of fin lshed woodwork, evidently from some wrecked vessel of large size. Rose har bor, at which point some of the rello wreckage has come ashore, is situated at the extreme northeast corner of Graham Island, the last of the Queen Charlotte group; It was here, on Hose spit, Uiat the Dominion steamer Quadra came to grief two years ago, and as no steamers have made calls there for a year or more, there being no commercial Interests to cater to, it Is quite possible that much ad ditional Information concerning the wreck of the two colliers has for months been In the possession of the Indians there, who however have been unable, even If desirous, to communicate It' to the outside world. OFFICIAL. The Singer Sewing Machlno took M awards at the World's Fair, 28 more than all other machines nut together. You can buy the Singer with very little money. See Imhoff, the agent, 120 12th street. THREE FANTS. "Reason's whole pleasure, all the joys of sense. Live in three words, health, peace atld competence. So says the poet. Competence counts for little one Is sick, and peace is drsturbea when health Is upset, so that the poet rightly places health first. To have good health you must have pure blood. From the blood the system receives all Its ma terial growth and repair. The best blood purifier is Dr. Price's Golden Medical Discovery, which is world famed and sold everywhere. It is a sovereign rem edy for all diseases due to Impoverished or Impure blood, as consumption, bronchi tis, weak lungs, scrofula, old sores, skin diseases, and kindred ailments. Delicate diseases of either sex. however Induced, promptly, thoroughly and perma nently cured. Send ten cents In stamps for large lllustreated treatise, sent se curely sealed In plain envelope. Address, Worlds Dispensary Medical Association 663 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y. NOTICE Of Intention of Common Council to re-estoblish grnade of 18th street from south line of Exchange street to south line of Grand avenue: Notice Is hereby given that the Com mon Council of the City of Astoria have determined and lnitend-to alter tho grade of lath street in the part of the city laid out and recorded by J. M. SUvlvely, from the Bouth 'line of Exchange streat to the eolith. line of Grand Avenue, bo it hat the grade of suid portion of Bald street when re-established will be ait heilgihits above the base of grades for said city as established by Ordinance No. 71, en titled "Ordlnaaice No. 71, to establish a base of grades for the streets of As toria," as follows, to-wlt: At the south line of Exdlmnge street 19 feet. At (he norCh line of Franklin avenue, 30 feet. At the south line of Franklin ave nue, 30 feet. At the north line of Grand avenue, 45 feet. At the south line of Grand avenue, 45 feet. The street to be of the heights men tioned throug'hout the width thereof at the respective points above desig nated, and the slope of the street be tween such designated points to be straight or even. At any time within ten days from the final publication of this notice, to nit: wlt'iln ten days from the 16th day if May, ISfli, remonstrance oan be made asralnst paid proposed alteration of grade and If within said time a written remonstrance against the same ihall be made and tiled with tho Aud itor and Police Judge by the owners of three-fourths of the property adja cent to said portion of said street, such alteration of grade Shall not be made In any event. By order of th9 Common Council. tAttest.) K. OSBUUN, Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, Or, May 3d, 18K5. Dootor II. R. r'lsh, of Gravola Mills, ilo., a practicing physician ol man years' a.anjlng, writes: DeWltt's W'lto Hazel Salve has no equal for hiJolcn. .tn-e.s, soalds and burns. It stops pali. .nsuntly, heals a burn quickly, and u-aves no scar. Chas. Roger. l,OOK OUT FOR COLD WEATHER But ride inside the Electric Lighted and Steam Heated Vestibule Apartment Car trains of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St, Paul Railway, and you will be aa warm, comfortable, and cheerful as In your own library or boudoir. To travel between Chicago, S' Paul or Minneapolis, or Between Chicago and Omaha, In these luxuriously appointed trains, Is a supreme satisfaction; and n" the somewhat ancient advancement use! to read, "for further particulars see small bills." Small n'!!s (and large ones, too) will be accepted for passage and sleeping car tickets. All coupon ticket agents on the coast sell tickets i'ia the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway, or address C. J. Eddy General Aeent. Portland, Ov. NOTICE. Messrs. Hurtter & Mergens, butchers, having decided to retire from business In this city, have placed their affairs In the hands of a trustee. All debts due to the firm will be collected by Frank Spittle, attorney at law, Asto ria, Or., and all persons having bills ag'alnst them are requested to presen' the same duly verified, to said Frank Spittle, for adjustment. KIMBALtL PIANOS AND ORGANS. . If you want a piano or organ, buy a reliable make from first hands at a reasonable Tflce. We are the only manufacturers of pianos and organs who have a branch house on the Paci fic coast, and are certainly In a posi tion to sell you a reliable instrument or less than any retailer or agent. A Jarge shipment of Klmballs will be sold In your town direct from the facrtory in the near future. If you are ready to buy before they arrive, write us and we will send you catalogue and prices. W. W. KIMBALL ft CO., Manufacturers. Pacific Coast Branch, Portland, Or The XVor!Ti. fnlr Tests showed no baking powder eo pare or so great la lesv enlnz power as thi Poyal. Sick Headaot.e, constipation, and In digestion are quickly cured by DeWltt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills. Chas. Rogers. 11 Any Woman Should be Glad "to Learn It. ' AND PROFIT BY IT. Tho Blight That Comes to Ss Many Women Explained A AVay Shown By Which it Tan Be Avoided. No woman In America has given greater attention to the ailments and sufferings of women than Mary Lowe Dickinson, the popular writer and magazine contributor. She has frequently uttered words of warning and advice to women, but never with so Impressive an effect as In a re cent address, when she said: "Without health the beautiful woman ceases to be beautiful, and education and training are of little avail If she has to pass her life a helpless victim of sickness and weakness. We do not know half the truth about this, for three-fourths of the sufferers do not like to tell. For every hysterical woman who makes everybody about her Informed of her sufferings, there are a doenn who drag their own troubles dumbly and bravely into their graves. Sickness is a blight that no woman should permit to come over her if she can by any possibility cure It or keep It away. How to Becure health Is, Indeed, one of the first problems for this generation. 'Give us health!' Is the cry from all the worm or women, uivo us a system that will spare us the mor bid brooding of discontent, the hysterical tantrum, the nervous collapse, the look of gloom from the wells of our eyes." " Every woman must admit the truth of these words. They are spoken straight from the heart. There are thousands upon thousands of women who feel sick at certain periods, tired out, and who suf-r fer from weaknesses that doctors seem unable to relieve, and the saddest par of It all Is that they might be happy, Joyous, flush with healtih, and attractive to fam ily and friends If they only knew and acted upon the secret of happiness. Most women are ealthy and attractive Decause they preserve the organs that mane health. It Is true' comparatively tew know how this is done, but many have ascertained tt, and have relied as upan a true friend on that grnadest, greatest, and most reliable add to woman in her Critical periods, Warner's Safe Cure. rcverv doctor knows this truth, and hun dreds of the most prominent and reliable ladles In America have proven Its value in their own experiences, and are not onlj alive, but strong, healthy and happy todav. There are few women who can afford to Ignore these suggestions, few who should fall to avail tnemseives oi the valuable hints they contain. BUCKLEN-8 ARNICA SALVE. The best salvo in the world foi Cuts. Bruises, Sorfs. ulcers, .Salt rineum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped wanis. Chilblains. Con.s. and All Skin erup tions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required, n is guaranieea m bvc perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price. 25 cento per box. For sale by Chas. Roffers. Odd Fellows' oulMing. STANDS WITHOUT A RIVAL. fientlemen: I hnvi .been troubled vlth vprv severe heidaches for years. ind have taken a great many different fmedles. but have never rounn any hlne to elvo m as speedy and perma nent lure as Krnuse s Hendnotie t ap plies. In my onlnion they Rtnnn wnn- -int a rival; thev hnve cured me in erv rnse. ' .TNO. N WTT.KTW. I Artnms nvn . West. IVtrolt. Mich. For snle bv Chas. Rogers, sole agent. storla, Ores-on. Ta Grlpiva Is here aptln with all Its il(l-tlme viwr. One Minute Couch "nre Is a .rcllnbl" remedy. Tt cures Hnd -'ires aulckly. C!-as. Rostpih Mrs. T. JTliiiwUM,. rhaitdionjm, Tnn.. snvs. "Hnlliw'- Vltillrar 'SAVTP MY T.TFR.' T rorwMer tt tho h-st nrn- -dv for a debilitated svtm pvit d." For l ri'uneitsia. Mvrr or hin ney trnnhle. It xr'l. "iM'e "ii cts. For Pale by J, W. Conn. A HOUSEHOLD TREASURE. D. F. Fuller, of Canajlbarle, N. Y., ays tha.t he always keeps Dr. King's Vew Discovery In bouso and his family has always found the very best results follow Its use. G. A, Dykeman, Drugfrlst, Catsklll. N. Y., ay tha Dr. icing's New Discovery Is undoubtedly the best cough remedy; that he has ISV.-U It m his ramiiy for eignt years. md It has never failed to do all that s claimed for It. Why not try a rem edy sc long tried aaid tested. Trti! bot tles free. Chas. Rogvrs' Drug Store, Odd Fellows' Building. Regular size 60c and (1.00. The most effective skin purify lug and beau tifylng soap In tba world. It ii the only prsventlTS of pimples, thickheads, red, rough, snd oily skin, red, rmi;h kamli with shape. let nails, dry, thin, snd falling hair, and simple baby blemishes. It It to becauto It strikes at the cause of most complex lonal dlnKaratlon,Yli.,Tiir.f UKWjKD,lHuiTATr.i, Ixn.AMEII, OVKSWOkKKD, Oa filAJOGWII Pons. FOR FACIAL BLEMISHES nuket, freckles, bltet sndttinirt of Insects, Irritations, yellow, oily, and tnotby tklnt, channel, and undue perspiration. Ct'TI CCBA BOA I', becaute of its dllcatt nicill cation, Is the moit soothing, cooling, purify ing, snd healing application, as well as being beyond all comparison the purest, sweetest, and most refreshing of toilet, bath, and suraery aoapt. Bala greater than combined Saks of all other akin and complexion soaps. BolSthrooirlKitittbs world. Prlu.tte. Pffltil Dacs 4D Cmsm. 4Jottr., HW Woim., ttauon. . All Seoul lbs Bkio, Scalp, and llsix," frss, THE SECRET OF BEAUTY M'f.MEQ Easily, Quickly, Permanently rtestcrtd. Weakness, Nervousness, ueDiiuy, and all the train oi evui irom early errors or I later excesses, tha results of overwork, strlmeu. worry. etc. mil strength, devel opment and tone given to leverv omun and uortion ofthebody. biinple. nat ,M oral methods. immedU in ate Improvement seen. RVilliira Imrjostlhle. 2.000 references. Book. uplaoatiou and proofs mailed (sealed) tree. ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. A. SMITH . DENTIST. ' Rooms I and J, PytbUn oullding u,ver' C. 11 Cooper's store. W. C. LOQAN, D. D. 8., DENTAL PARLORS. Mansell Block, 673 Third street. DR. EILIV JANSON. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ofllce over Olsen's drug store. Hours, It to 12 a, m.; 2 to 6 and 7 to 8 p. m. Bun days, 10 to 11. J. S. BISHOP, M. D., HOMEOPATHIST. Ofllce and rooms In Kinney Block. Ofllce Hours, 10 to 13:30 and 4 to 6:30 Surgery and Disease') of Women a Spe cialty. LIBERTY P. MULLINIX, M. D.. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ofllce, 6S4V4 Third it., Astoria, Ore. Special attention given to all chronlo diseases. ' DR. O. B. ESTE8. PHTSrCI iN AND SURGEON, Special attbntlon to diseases of worn en and surgery. , Ofllce over Danzlgers store. Astorls Telephone No. 52 jay tuttle, u. d. physician, surgeon, and :coucheur. Ofllce, Rooms 4 and (, Pythian Building. Hours, 10 to 12 and 1 to 6. Residence, 639, Cedar street. DOCTOR ALFRED KINNEY. , OFFICE AT HIS RESIDENCE!. May be found In his ofllce until II o'clock mornings, from 12 noon until V p. m., and from 5 until 7:30 evenings. German Physician. Eclectic. DR. BARTEL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Albert Dunbar's store cor. 8th and Commercial. Prices: CallB 111 confinements, 10.00. Operations at ofllce free. Medicines furnished. MRS. DR. OWENS ADAIR, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Special attention ylven to dlseaju. of women and children. Also to e and eir. Ollice at .Mrs. Rucknr's i'uesdays and aturd.'irf 'rom 1:3') j .11.' tO i.'dM p. in. W. M . LA FORCE, ATTOKNKY Rooms 6, 6 and Building. AT I. A V T, Flavel s Krlc SILA9 B SMITH. ' AOTORNEY iT LAW. ' Oftti-e in Flavel's hilck building FRANK J. TAYLOR, ATTORN EY AT LAW. Antorla Oregon. Q. A. BOWLBY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Office on Second Htrset, Astoria, Or. J. N. Dolph. Richard Nixon. Chester V. Dolph. D.wLl'H. NIXON & DOLPH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Portland, Oregon, 24, 25, 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 kinds of prop erty for sale. Correspondence and business solicited. Ofllce Welch Block, 654 Commercial otreet, 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, Sooratary. MISCELLANEOUS. WHEN IN PORTLAND Call on Handloy A Haas, 160 First street, and get ths Oally Astorian. Visitors need not miss their morning paper whli there. BEVERAGES WINES AND BRANWE8.-Ut V-n fsndel wine Instead of Cfffee or te Flfiy cents per gallon. Don't forget peach snd ap'lcct brandy. Also French Cognise and wins st Alex Gilbert's. ONLY THE PfTREST Vlnes and liquors ars sold at Alex Campbell's ;-m W. T. Stanford, station agent of Leepner, Clarion County Pa., writes: I can recommend One Minute Cough Curo as the best i ever used. It gave Instant relief and a quick cure. Chas. Rogers. i iv. ta v dm mm DaJgity Iron Works, 4- 1 ft Oeneral Hachlnlst snd Holler Work. All kinds of Cannery, Ship, Steamboat and Engine Work of anv Description. Castings of all kinds made to order. Foot of Lafavelte St., Astoi la, Or. Gambrinus Brewing Co'a Cold Storage is now ready to deliver this celebrated brew either by the keg or bottle. Drop a postal to box 800 or telepbone No. 60. and your orders will be prorontlvileliter ed. Ofllce. Commercial nnrl 19f h Riai. 8. E. UTZINGER, AKnnt. A. V. AL,L,KN, DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, Feed,lProvIsloiis, Fruits vegetables, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware. Loeeers' Sunnlie. Cor. Cus aud Squtnoque StretU. Astoria. Ore North Paeifie Bremery JOHN KOPP, Prop Bohemian Lager Beer And XX PORTER. l ordtn promptly .Mended to Japanese Bazaar 8INQ LUNG, Prop. . Don't buy any Spring goods until you have looked our stcck over. It will pay you and as usual our prices are such as to give us the bulk of the ladies trade In 417 Bond Street, next door to Moulor's Fruit Store. Between Astoria and Portland STEAMER SARAH DIXON, SPRING TIME TABLE. Steamer Sarah Dixon leaves Astoria Monday morning for Portland at t o'clock, and Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday evenings at ( o'clock. Returning leaves Portland Sunda morning at 7 o'clock, Monday, Wednes day and Friday evenings at 7:31). SHAVER TRANSPORTATION CO jn.VD 3TUKE1 IMPROVEMENT NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that the Com lon Council of the City of Astoria, ireiron, have imumiined to Improve .lond street frjm West siJe oi 42J treot to West side of 45Ui stievt, all hi the City of Astoria, as lalj out and .e orded ly John A.lulr, suoa l.njjio.e went shall cornet of g.a ilnir su h j7ra.de thereof, uhroughnui til" lull viJiui thereof (together wUh IllUnit n woll as cutting) as to all ihcr oi' is aiove the bank ot the Columbia River and planking the same with sound fir pdank throt Inches in thickness to a ivliiih of twenty feot nbrouglKiut tne center thereof, and laying a side walit umi rt wide of fir plank 1 and 1-2 Inchus thick on the Bouth side of said "eot along Block U8, and on the North ulde rtior,y,f along iihe balance of the pant ttherwf utm i above the bank of wild rlvwr nntl enerutn.i bo graded, and driving pllw, laying caps and BtnlnKois and pkitikhig with sound fir plank four lreh" ttvtok the part of , suild street which Is North or West of the bank of said rlvwr (and thrf-fore , is nit to be raded) to a wiiWiri of forty J feet tlhrough the center ot said Mrcet .' upon the estaitillsnea gvaus ineniNjr,.. anu placing sumtfwumtu ruiiuiss m'wi ; each side of the Improvement. All of the Improvements to be made In accordance with ths plans and spe clllcatlons and ordinances in relation thereto. The land, lota and premises upon which the special assessment shall be levied to defray the cost and expenses of suoh Improvement and ths district embracing said lands, lots and prem ises, be and the same are designated as follows, to-wlt: Commencing at Che Southwest corner of Block 6, in said part of said city and running thence East to the South wertt corner of Block 7, and thence South to the Southwest corner of Block 8, and thence East to the Soutfheast cor ner of Block us, ana tnenoe iNonn to the Northeast corner ot Block 110, and thence Wee to the Nortihiwest corner of Block 116, and thence South' to the place of beginning, and all lands and premises wlrthln suoh dlrttrtot and not wltilvln any street or alley are subjsct to such assessment. Estimates of the expense of suoh improvements and plana and diagrams of suoh work or Improvement and ot ths locality to be Improved, have been deposited by th3 City Surveyor with the Auditor and Police juage for puD lio examination, and may be Inspected at the ofllce ot such officer. At the next regular meeting pf the Common Coundl following the final publication of this notice, which meet ing will be held on Wednesday, May ISth, at the hour of 7:30 p. m., at tha cHy hall, any objections that may be made to such improve ments will be considered by the ooumill, and if by the time of said meeting a remonstrance ag'alnst such Improvement signed by residents of the city owning more than one-half ot the property In said district shall bo filed with the Auditor and Police Judge suoh improvement shall not be or dered, If at all, except by a vote of tw thirds of all members of the co-moll. By order of the Common Council. (Attest) , K. OSBUUN, Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, Or., May 3, 1SU5. KARL'S CLOVER BOOT, the rreat Blood purifier, gives freshness and clearness to the completion and cites Constipation, ii its- SO cts , 11.00. . For Sale by J. W. Conn. r Tho U. S. Gov't 'Reports Show Royal Flaking Powder Muperhr to all cthen. for Sai by J. W. Cuim.