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THE DAILY ASTORlAJN, ASTORIA, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1805
J A n for Infants and Children. MOTHERS, Do You Know that Paregoric, Bateman'i Drops, Godfrey'! Cordial, many so-called Soothing 6yrups, aud most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine? tip Yon Know that opium and tnorphine'are stupefying narcotic poisons? Von Know that in most countries druggists are not permitted to sell narcotics without labeling them poisons ? Bo Yon Know that you should not permit any medicine to be given your child unless you or your physician know of what it is composed ? to You Know that Castoria is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of its ingredients is published with every bottle ? Io Yon Know that Castoria is the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuel Pitcher. That it has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria is now sold than of all other remedies for children combined ? Io Yon Know that the Patent Office Department of the United States, and of other countries, have issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word " Castoria " and Us formula, and that to imitate them is a state prison offense? Io Yon Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection was because Castoria had been proven to be absolutely harmless 7 no Von Know that 35 average doses of Castoria are furnished for 35 cents, or one cent a dose ? no You Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your children may be kept well, and that yoa may have unbroken rest? Well, these things are worth knowing. They are facts. The fac-BtniHe signature of Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. FOR niihflmooK; NEHALEM RfiD . . OTtfEf GO AST POINTS STEAHERS R. P. ELMORE, AUGUSTA. Sailing dates to fund from Tillamook and Nehalem depend on the weather. For freight and passenger rates apply to ELMORE, SANBORN & CO., Agents. 0. R & N. CO., AeentJ, Portland. The Packera of Choice olumbia ' River Salmon Their Brands and Locations LOCATION. BBAND. Astoria Pk'gCo. Klnney'a John A. Derlin. Astoria Pkgro Boo'n A. Pk'gCo.... Astoiia . Astoila .. Astoria...- . Astorta... Brookfleld.... AitorU... i Black I oval Cocktail Co ombUKlTeiPksCo I Magnolia 1 While Star tag, St. George.. Fishermen's...... Scandinavian fishermen'! Blmore Samuel..... J,0 MeglerftCo flsherjcn's Psi Co.- Japanese Bazaar SING LUNG. Prop. Don't buy any Spring goods until you have look;d 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 Mouler'i Fruit Store. As Franklin says, sood dress opens all doors, you sbould not lose sight of the fact that a perfect fitting suit Is the main feature. Wanamaker & Brown are noted for fit, workmanship and superiority of qualities. Their rep resentative visits Astoria every three months. Office 64 Dekum Bu ding. Portland, Or Reserve orders till you hare seen th spring Hn of samples. la on every wrapper. Ann Open por Special Charter. JOINTS. AT. M.J. Kinney 'Artoria A. Booth & Sons ...Lblcigo ... Cutting Pkg Co -...Ln KrancUoo E'm CoJ.-!. A,,orl J. G. Megler Biookfleld Wo Diamond.! I Fishermen'! Pkg Co .... Aatorla.. MAKE Attractive. Startby being the p most beantiial creature in it. ilUJ lti If yon have beauty preserve it. If not, yon can improve jour looks immensely. Where there's a ill there's a way. A good way ia the use of my articles, especially Lola Jlontez Creme 75c per pot. Brings beauty to the face by feed ing through the skin pores, (fives life to faded faces. Bold by Mrs D. K. BLOUNT, 457 Dnaoe St. As toria.Oregon. Sirs .Nettie Har J . .. T.Li'-- .-J rison, Americas beauty doctor, 40 and 42 Geary St, 8an Francisco, CaL 1 Tide Table for May, 1 894 Kioa Wint. 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G I'lioriduy. .. 7 iVwlnetiilay 8 Oiui'Miiay. 9 i i.i.iy.... ii' :m(ny. .11 U.VI)AY .U 'l"nlay..,.W ruoulay . . 14 f.lnV'i'y 15 I lllll'SUHy..H' Pmliiy 17 Smnnluy..l8 .l-'NDAY. IS Munday.... luesJuy...21 fhiirwlay .23 rriiiny .s.-iturUay 25 SUNDAY 26 Monday .. ?7 flitu'lay ..28 H O'lusd'y 2!l V'mrMlay .80 t ruiay.... at, ALONO THE WATER FRONT. Six thousand tons of shipping are now ln port. The O. R. and N. Co. shipped two car loads of salmon last night. The State of California should be up from San Francisco tomorrow. The new wheel for the steamer Iralda was shipped to Portland last night from the Dalglty Iron Works. The steamer Truckee discharged 25 tons of general cargo here before proceeding up the river to Portland. If he weather moderates today th Mendell will resume her sounding work at the mouth of the river tomorrow. A large stern-wheel steamer Is being loaded on a brig at San Francisco, piece by piece, to be taken to the Yukon river. The steamer Oregon left out for San Franolsco at daylight yesterday morning with a small freight list consisting prin cipally of oysters. None of the ships ln port moved from their anchorages yesterday, and the cap tains took the opportunity of spending a few more pleasant hours with friends. Nothing more has been heard of Willie Planting or his boat puller whose name Is now known to be Albert Kotajarvl. It Is now certain that both have been drowned. Louis Martin yesterday completed the new rudder stock for the San Jose and attached It to the rudder. It will be placed ln position aboard the schoontr tomorrow. The constant rain yesterday stopped all outdoor carpentering work and the Eclipse and several other small craft along the water front were left untouch ed ln consequence. The schooner Euneme came ln from Sin Francisco yesterday morning and tied up at Flnlayson's dock. After discharg ing ballast she will go up the river to load lumber for Redondo. The travel from Portland yesterday slackened up considerably. The passen ger list on the Potter and G-itzert togeth er did not exceed four people. And one of these was a tourist from Skamokawa. The Portland steamer Pilgrim went on the gridiron at the Astoria Iron Works yesterday morning. She will be over hauled thoroughly and is to have her rudder changed and repaired beCore she leaves up the river. Government barge No. 9 Is tied up at the Parker House dock. Yesterday car penters from Fort Stevens were busily en gaged placing in position a new rudder stock. She will be towd up to 'the barge anchorage this morning. , In spite of the Inclement weather a very large number of fish boats started down the river yesterday morning. Yesterday the returns at the cannerits were all very slack, the general average catch being seven to the boat. The Eize of the fish continues to Increase. The following vessels are now dua at Astoria, and with the winds now prevail ing, may ba looked for oft the mouth of the river at any moment: American ship James Drummond, 1749 tons, 123 dnyn from New York; British bark Gulf Stream, 1378 tons, 117 days from Calcutta. Captain Phil. Johnson can dock any ship In the stiffest gale of wind that ever blew, but he doesn't know enough about navigation ashore to steer clear ot tramps. Several of these gentlemen hive been visiting the harbormaster's resi dence lately, greatly to the aronoyancp of the family. All day yesterday the weather at the mouth of the river was very dirty. The wind which was guaged at 30 miles early ln the morning increased toward night, and at 8 o'clock was blowing 45 miles an hour. A great many flshboats were out In the thick of It, but no casuallties were reported up to a late hour. The steamer Edith brought down a large quantity of beautiful flowers from J. O. Megler's gardens at Brookfield y s terday. Pear blossoms and pansles form the bulk of the collection, and all tha crew sported fancy buttonholes, giving them more the appearance of Arcadian shepherds than prosaic workmen on a fish tender. The flowers were divided among Mr. Megler's friends. With a stiff northerly wind howling at the rate of 38 miles an hour, Captain Schrader, of the Harrison, dee'ded to wait over till today before starting the steamer out for the Nehalem. He .didn't seem to care about taking the chances of being blown up to Bering Sea ana getting arrested as a seal poacher. As he expressed It briefly yesterday morning, "I'm in a good place here, and, what's more, I know It" Discretion is the bet ter part of shipwreck. The revenue cutter Grant yesterday started from Tacoma for Bering Sea, car-l rylng the orders to the fleet made neces sary by England's change In her sealing regulations. Her boats and launches were kept busy all day getting the necessaries of life aboard for over fifty men. Ove t3,4O0 was expended for the trip, of whicn $1,200 was for stores, 11.900 for ship chan dlery, and $100 for cabin wardroom. She secured a new suit of storm sails. The cutter goes to Whatcom, and she will proceed at once for brlng Sea by way of Sitka, Alaska, where she will meet the Bear, Rush, Perry and Corwin. Th Wolcott is now at San Diego, but has or ders to start In ten days on the same trip. Bark Enoch Talbot, Captain Johnson, arrived in Tacoma on Tuesday night, 57 days from San Jose de Guatemala, in ballast to load lumber at the St. Paul and Tacoma Milt For the past seven months she has been having an exciting time. On the voyage south to Central America she encountered a hurricane off the coast of Mexico and was obliged to Jettison part of her cargo. Good seamanship on the part of her officers brought her Into port. On the return voyage from Ban Joss ao Guatemala at ons time rations were al most exhausted, and the officers and crew were put on short allowances. Just when the situation began to look serious the ship Speeke, from San Francisco for Antwerp, was spoken, and she gave the Talbot all the provisions she could spare. A few days later more food was gotten from the ship Sardonoine, en route from Calcutta to San Francisco. With these additional supplies the bark was enabled to reach Puget Sound. "Seaboard," of New York, says that a noticeable loss of the export trade Is beginning to be felt at that port. Consid erable comment, it appears, has attended the departure from there under tow and ln ballast of a British ship for Halifax, to load deals for Calcutta. A large number of vessels have also left New York recently ln ballast for deep water voyages. The British ships Forest Hall and Sulgate have sailed from this city to load wheat at 35 shillings a ton for the United Kingdom, or the continent. The British ship Clarendon is also bound on this errand from Boston to Astoria, and the ships Snlomene and Benlirlg have left New York In ballast for Newcastle, N. S. W., to load coal for San Francisco. Considering that wheat cargoes have besn taken from this coast to Europe for 17 shillings, it will be clear that the pres ent rate of 35 shillings is a strong at. traction. Fully one hundred million buEJhels of wheat will be shipped from the Columbia river and San Francisco this year. The San Francisco Chronicle says: "Not ln months have the wharves along the wa.ter front worn such a deserted ap pearance as at present. The front Is par. tlcularly bare of vessels, either loading or discharging. This Is said to be due In a large degree to the declaring off of the coast seamen's strike, and the large shipments of wheat. There are now but four deep-sea vessels ln port which ar disengaged, and the prospects are that they will be chartered within the next two or three days. The coasting business Is not at Its best, however, and many ot the smaller craft are accepting charters to carry sugar from the Hawaiian Is lands. The trouble with them Is that lumber Is cheap, and the market Is well supplied, and the same may be said ot coal, which Is always easy at this time of year. The reaction will set In, accord ing to Chief Wharfinger Boobar, early ln October. He predicts that the harbor will be overrun with ships at that time, and the rush is apt to continue all win ter. Business men say that the departure of the ships, all chartered, indicate a general revival of business, in view of the fact that, but a few months ago, the streim was crowded with vessels which could not get charters." A LAUGHABLE MISTAKE. Two ladles entered a book-store recent ly and the younger asked the clerk for a book called "Favorite Prescription. The puzzled attendant was unable to comply with her request and she left th? store disappointed. Inquiry elicted the fact that she had overheard a convcr satlon between two literary ladles ln which "Favorite Prescription" was men tioned with extravagant praise, and had jumped to the conclusion that It was a book. She now knows that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a sovereign cure for the Ills and "weaknesses" peculiar to woman, for she has been cured by Its use. Send for a free pamphlet, or re mit 10 cents ln stamps for Book (168 pages) on "Woman and Her Diseases." Address World's Dispensary Medical As sociation, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure permanently constipation, sick headache, bllllousnes, Indigestion and kindred ailments. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Notice Is hereby given that sealed bids will be received byfthe committee on streets and public ways of the Common Council of the City of Astoria, at the office of the Auditor and Police Judge, until Tuesday, June 4'th, 189s, at tne nour of 2 o'clock p. m., for the Improv m nt of Irving avenue, in Shlvely's Astoria, us laid out and recorded by J. ai. niveiy, from the east line of 13th s'rejt to tne west line of 13tih str et. Said Imnrovement shall consist or groov ing said street to its full width and es tablished grade, and planking tna same with new and sound fir planK, to me width bf twenty f"e(t through 'the center, and by building sidewalks on both sides thereof. All of said Improvement to be mnue strictly in accordance with plans nnd spe cifications now on file In the office of the Auditor and Police Judge, and ordl- nnnces in relation thereto. Bids must stnte the price per llnenl foot for planking and the price per cubic yard for all earthwork. No bid will be reeeueel that aoes not embrace all the work bid upon. . Bids must be made upon blnnks fur nished by the Auditor and Police Judge and must be accompanied by a guaranty signed by some responsible taxpayer to the effect that If the contract be award ed to such bidder he will enter into con tract therefor, with good and sufficient sureties for Its faithful performance. Work to be completed on or before tne 1st day of July 18K5, and the contract shall provide that in case such work Is not completed on or Drore tne sua ist dav of July, 1895, It shall be lawful for the city, upon giving notice to such con tractor or contractors, of its intention to do so, to proceed to the completion and to complete such work at the expense of the contractor or contractors tneretor, and ln such event the city shall hnve entire charge of such work from the time of giving such notice. The right to reject any or all bids Is hereby reserved. By order of the Committee on Streets and Public Ways. Attest: . K. OSBURN, Auditor and Police Judtre. City of Astoria. Astoria, Oregon, May 30th, 1896. Between Astoria and Portland STEAMER SARAH DIXON, SPRING TIME TABLE. Steamer Sarah Dixon leaves Astoria Monday morning for Portland at I o'clock, and Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday evenings at 6 o'clock. Returning leaves Portland fiunda) morning at 7 o'clock; Monday, Wednes day and Friday evenings at 7:30. SHAVER TRANSPORTATION CO ill o? I Easily. Quickly, Parmanently P.cstored, Weakness, KerTonnneM, Debility and il the train ol evils Irom cany errora or later ei-tur, tne resu.ioi overwork. sUkuew. worry. etc. t ui: sirengiD, .-vrs- . oiimrmuuuwi'si"."'" 'X I....... i..u.n and tiorllnn L: '!; o1thtb!f. Simple. Dt- F. Ax-.' .J" I i'.A oral mnthwU. ImuiwiW lit li I I f '7 sf improvement fp. Failure ln,ri!. references. Book, Mplausvicu sad proofs mailod (sealed) Ire ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, M. iE&i GRINDELWALD REUNION SUNDAY. To the Editor of ithe Astorlan. Dear Sir: A special committee of bishops in he Laimbeth conference, deal ing with tihe subject of home reunion, prayed the conference to "recommend he matter to the prayers of all Christ ian people, both within and (so far as it may rightly do so) without, our com munion." The conference received the report with the aspiration: "May the spirit of love move on the troubled waters of our religious differences." In harmony with these suggestions an influenitial'ly signed appeal has been is sued in two successive years by the leading members of the Grlndelwald con ference. This appeal recommended that on WhR-Sunday, which falls on June 2nd tMa year, Christian ministers shouia de vote at least one sermon to calling at tention to the good work of some branch of the church other than their own, especially those branches whoej many ex celletncles are Obscured from the obser vation of their fellow Christians by the prejudice and suspicion engendered by centuries of strife. Among tWose who are supporting the recommendation of the Grlndelwald con ference to observe Whit-Sunday as a day of special prayer for Christian unity, are: The archbishop of Canterbury, thj arch bishop of Armagh, the archbishop of Dublin, Che bishop of Durham, the bishop of Exeter, the bishop of Landaff, the bishop of Lichfield, the blwhop of Manchester, the bishop of Peterborough, the blshor of Ripon, the bishop of St. David's, the bishop of Soder and Man, the bishop of Wakefield, the bishop ot Worcester; the moderator of the Church of Scotland, the moderator of the Free Church of Scotland, the moderator of the Presbyterian Church ot Englamd, the dhalrman of the Congregational Union, the president of the Baptist Union, the presidents of the five Methodist confer. encea, the president of the Free Church congress. I am glad to say that those distln gulshed Americoni ministers whose names I append, have agreed to support this recommendation ln the United States, and I trust that by the publlca tion of this letter you will help to s.cure the uniform observance of Whit-Sunday in this manner by all churches in the English speaking worid. Yours very truly, HENRY S. LLN No. 6, Endslelgh Gardens, London, N. W.. May 8, 1895. The Rev. Dr. Lynnan Abbott, Brook lyn; the Rev. Dr. John Henry Barrows, Chicago; the Rev. Bishop C. P. Fltz. gerald, San Francisco; the Rev. Bishop Galloway Jackson, Mississippi; the Rlgilw Rev. P. D. Huntilntrton, bishop of Syra. cuse, N. Y.; the Right Rev. M. A. D. E. Wolf Hour, bishop of Cemtral Pennsyl vania! the Rev. DUUop J tin Hurst, Washington, D. C; the Rev. R. 8. ilac- Arthur, Calvary Baptist church. New York. ;Rev. Blslvop Nichols, San Mateo, Cal.; Rt. Rev. H. C. Potter, Bishop ot New York; the Rev. Bishop Honry W. .Varrin, University Park, Col.; the Rev. Bishop Walden, Clnclninalil, Ohio. NOTICE OF COMPLETION AND AC CEPTANCE OF 12TH STREET SEWER. Notice la hereby given that H. M. Thatcher, contractor for the construction of 12th street sewer, under the. provisions of Ordinance No. 11)17, on the SM day of May, 1895, filed ln the olllce of the Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria, the Certificate of the City Surveyor and Superintendent of Streets, approved by the Committee on Streeis and Public Ways. After the expiration of the time here inafter specified, If no objections to the acceptance of such work be filed and th Common Council shall deem such Im provement properly completed, according to the contract and plans and specifica tions therefor, the same may be accept. d. Obleetlons to the acceptance of said sewer or any part thereof may be liled In tha office of the Anil'nr ani Police Judge on or before Wednesday, May 29th, 1195. K. OSBURN, Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, Oregon, May 25, 18J6. NOTICE OF COMPLETION AND AC CEPTANCE OF 35TH STREET. Notice Is hereby given that L. Lebnck, Contractor for the Improvement of 35th street. In Adair's Astoria, under the provisions of Ordinance No. 1927, on the 25th dav of Mav. 1S95. tiled In th olllce of the Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria, the certiilcate or tne uity Surveyor and Superintendent of Streets, approved by the Committee on Streeis and Fuulic ways. After the expiration of the time here. Inafter specllled, If no objections to the acceptance or such work be men ana tn Common Council shall deem such Inv provement properly completed, according to the contract and plans and "peclflca- lons therefor, the same may be acceptid. Objections to the acceptance of said Improvement or any part thereof, may be filed In the office of the Auditor and Police Judge on or before Wednesday, May 29th, 1895. K. OSBURN, Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, Oregon, May 26, 189G. NOTICE OF COMPLRTION AND AC CEPTANCE OF 37TH STREET. Notice Is hereby given that L. Lebnck, Contractor for the Improvement of 37th street, In Adair's Astoria, unuer the provisions of Ordinance No. It'-'D, on th 25!h day of Mav, IWfi, filed ln the ofllce of the Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria, the certificate of the City Surveyor and Superintendent of Streets, approved by the Committee on Streets and Public Ways. After the expiration of the dime here inafter specified, If no objections to the acceptance of such work be filed and th? Common Council shall deem 'oh Im provement properly completed, according to the contract and plans and speciflcu lons therefor, the same may be acceptid. Objections to the acceptance of said Improvement or any part thereof, may be lied ln the office of the Auditor end Police Judge on or before Wednesday, May th, 1895. K. OSBURN, Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, Oregon, May 25, ISA. PH3 DISCOVERT SAVED HIS LIFE. Mr. G. Calllouette, Druggls., Beavera llle, III., says: "To Dr. King's New lscovery I owe my life. Was taken ivlth La Grippe and tried all the phy sicians for miles around, but of no u-all, and was given up and told I ould not live. Having Dr. King's New Discovery ln my store I sent for a hot le, and began to use it, and from the lrat dosa began to get better, and after jslng three bottles was up and about, igaln. It Is worth Its weight tn gold. We won't keep store or .house without togers' Drug Store, Odd Fellows' bulld '.t." Get a trial battle free at Clia. A THOUrHTFui PERSON. Consults his best Interests by having a box of Krause'a Headache Capsules at band: taken as directed will prevent or stop any kind of a h-3che, no matter what the cause In fact If your skull were cracked I would prevent pain. The frequency of the attacks will diminish, and by taking the cap sules at the approach of a headache, you will never ave another. Twenty five cents per box. For sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria Oregon. Bole Agent A Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Or. Price's Cream baking Poffder WarU'aFsir Higheit Medstanri Diploma. The Lungs are nearer the back than the chest. In case of sud den congestion, put an AHcock's Porous Plaster high up between the shoul der blades. It will give re lief, and ward off worse results. It cures rheumar tism, sprains, lame back, and all similar troubles. None arc equal lo I lie ccnulne Do net only ask for, but ivlh! u i;et " Alixock's." AHcock's Corn Shields, AHcock's Bunion Shields, Hare no equal as a relief and cure for corns and bunions. Brandreth's Pills tree the system from Injurious secre tions. There is no remedy like them. LOOK OUT FOR COLO WEATHER But ride inside the Electrio 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 ln your own library or boudoir. To travel between Chicago. S'.. Paul or Minneapolis, or Between Chicago ana Omaha, In these luxuriously appointed trains, Is a supreme satisfaction; and n the somewhat ancient advertisement UHn.l to read, "for further particular see small bills." Smo.ll bUIs (and large ones, too)i will be accepted for passage and sleeD nsr car tickets. All coupon ticket agents on the coast Bell tickets via the Chicago, Milwaukee ana or. Paul Railway, or addrena C. J. Eddy leneral Agent. Portland, O"1 A GOOD WORD. Mr. J. J. Kell, Shnrpsburg, Pa. Dear Sir- I am Bind lo say a gom vord for Krnusc's Headache Capsule' fter suffering for over three year vlth acute neuralgia and its consequen' nsomnla ('Vhlch seemed to hnffle tl' rtortg of some of our best physician ou BURb'ested this remedy "vhlch gav no almost Instant relief. Words fa' o expwps the praise I should like t iBlow on Kraure's Hendacba Capsulef Gratefully Ttours, MRS. E. K. HOLMES, Montrose, Pa. Pur sale by Cli3. Hogcra, Astoria, Oi E. flcNEIL, Receiver. Gives Choice of Jmo Transcontinental Koutee Via Spokane and St. Paul. Via OgcIen,Denve' and Omaha or St. Paul "uUman and Tourist Sleeper ree "eciinlng Chair Cars, Astoria to San Francisco. OCEAN STEAMERS State, Saturday, May 4. Oregon, Thursday, May 9. State, Tuesday, May 14. ori'gon, Sunday, May 24. State, Friday, May 24. Oregon, Wednesday, May 29. Astoria and'r'or'tlnrj Steamers. Hereafter the O. R. and N. Co.'s boati will run as follows, between Astoria and I Portland. The Thompson will leave As toria at 8:45 a. m. dally except Sunday. I and Portland dally at, 8 p. m. excepl Sunday. The T. J. Potter will Aatorla at 7 p. m. , ind Portland ! at 7 a. m. dally except Sunday, For rates and general information call on or address C. F. OVEREAUOH, Commercial Agent, Astoria, Or W. H. HURLBURT, Geo. Pas. Agt. Portland, Or. PROFESSIv H. A. SMITH DENTIST. Rooms 1 and 2, PytUUn n over C. H Cooper's atore. W. C. LOQAN, D. li. 8.. DENTAL PARLORS. Mansell Block, 673 Third struct. DR. EILIV JANSON. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Oillce over Olsen's drug store. Hours. 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 6 and 1 to 8 p. m. Sun days, 10 to 11. J. S. BISHOP, M. D., HOMEOPATHIST. Ofllce and rooms ln Kinney Block. Olllce 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. Office, 6S4H Third st, Astoria, Ore. Special attention given to all chront llseaees. OR. O. 8. ESTES. PHYSrCI N AND SURGEON. Special attt-ntixn tn dlsesse nt wi.hi n and surgery. Offlcs over Danzlgnr' store. Astm-in Telephone To. 52. AY TUTTLE, M. D. PHYSICIAN, SURGEON. AND , !COUCHEUR. Office, Rooms s nnd t, Pythian iulldlng. Hours, 10 to 12 and 1 to V Residence. 639, Cedar street DOCTOR ALFRED KINNEY OFFICE AT HIS RESIDENCE. May be found ln hla ofllce until II 'clock mornings, from 12 noon until I i. m., and from 6 until 7:30 evenings. German Physician. Eclectic. OR. BARTEL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Albert Dunbar's store :or. th and Ooinmerolal. Prices: Calls 1; confinements, 110.00. Operations at Iflce free. Medicines furnished. .IRS. DR OWENS ADAIR, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Special attention given to diseases f women and children. Also to eye ind ear. Olllce at Mrs. Ruckor'a on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 9:30 a. ii to 3:30 p."rn." W. M. LaForce. S. B. Smith, ua FORCE & SMITH, ATTORN EYS-AT-YAW, .185 Commercial street. FRANK J. TAYLOR, ATTORNEY AT LAW. storla, Oregon. Q. A BOWLBY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAV. v I (lice on Second Sutet. Astoria, Or. J. N. Dolph. Richard Nixon. Chester V. Dolph. DOLPH. NIXON & DOLPH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Portland, Oregon, 24, 25, 26, and 27, Hamilton Building. AH legal and col lection business pnmptly attended to. Olalnia against the government a spe cialty. JAMES W. WELCH, INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE A.GENT. Houses to rent. All kinds of prop erty for sale. Correspondence and ousiness solicited. Ofllce Welch Block, iio4 Commercial street, Astoria, Oregon, SOCIETY MEETINGS. TEMPLE l.nnnir lsrn i a rr a A. M. Regular communications held n me nrsi ana third Tuesday evening f each month. W. G. HOWELL. W, M. E. C. HOLDEN, S.rotary. MISCELLANEOUS. MASSAGE N. Meleen, scientific mas ai(e, 686 Commercial street, upstairs over Goodman's store. Office hours from 10 to 12 and 2 to 6. WHEN IN PORTLAND Cai' on 'landley tc Haas, 150 First street, and wt the Daily Antorian. Visitors need tot miss their morning paper while here. BBVERAGE8. WINES AND BRANDIES. Use Zln andel wine instead of coffee or tea. ""Iffy cents per gallon. Don't forget Teach and api-icct brandy. Also French "nrnae and wine at Ale Gilbert's. ONLY THE PUREST Wlnw and Iquora are sold at Ales Campbell's ?em. Gombrlnua Brewing Go's Cold Storage ia now ready to deliver 'his celebrated brew either by the keg or bottle. Drop a postal to box 800 or telephone No. 60, and your orders will be promptly deliver ed. Office, Commercial and 12th Street?. S. E. UTZINGER, Agnnt. Mrs. T. S. Hawkins. ChatUnoopa, Tenn says, "Shllor's Vltallzer 'SAVKD MY LIFE.' I consider it tne best rem edy for a debilitated system I rvef used." For Dyspepsia, Liver or Kid ney trouble. It excells. Piive 75 cts. For Sale by J. W. Conn.