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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1895.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor. TtRMS OP EUBSCklPTION. DAILY. Bent by mall, per year. ...... .17. 00 Sent by mail, per month 60 cti Served by carrier, per week.. .. 15 cts Address all communication to The Dally Astorlan. WEEKLY. Sent by mall, per year, 2.00 In advance. Postage free to subscribers. The Astorlan guarantees to Its sub scribers the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia river. Advertising rates can be 'had on ap plication to the business manager. The Weekly Astorlan, the second old est weekly In the state of Oregon, has next, to the Portland Oregonian, the largest weekly circulation in the state. ' Jno.'T. Handley'& Co., are our Port land agents, end copies of the Astorlan can be had every morning at their stand on First street. Telephone No. 66. AH commundcatloi Intended for pub lication should be directed to the editor. Business communication of all lands and remittance tnuet be addressed to The Astorlan. ' Wake her with the voice of cannon give her oolors to the morn, Make the day right glorious that saw the nation born: Bora to a life supernal, like the bird of storied fame From the ashes of dead empires sprlngi her altar's sacred flame. How, bright the skies above her! How fair her broad domalnsl How rich the warm life current that courses through her veins! Her young brow fronts the nations with promise half divine From the frozen hills of Norway to the - lands of. oil and wine; And Teuton, Celt and Saxon, bowed down with toll and care, With longing eyes look westward and bless her unaware. Wuke her with' the voice of cannon fling her colors to the breeze, From her mountains, and her cities, and her ships upon the seas; And wreathe her shrine with garlands, and crown her brows with bay, Tt the nation's hour of glory, and Free dom's natul day. TEN-PLATE AND QUININE. , we nave been favored wltn a news- paper clipping which shows 1a marvelous growth of the American tin-plate manu- facture, and the writer who sends It to us says that It Is only a short time since we were ridiculing and belittling every attempt to establish that Industry In this country. Not exactly, We did object to the attempt to double Uie tin-plate tax on sixty-five millions of people In order thiit half a dosen persons might carry on the business In this country. The Mc Klnley tariff . was enacted In ISM), and . (n it the tin-plate duty was raised from 1 cent to 8-10 cents per pound. Before the Industry was established, the Demo cratic party came Into power pledged to put th duty back to the old figure, and this has been done substantially,, the new mte being 1 1-10 cent per pound. The singular and admirable fact la that neither the advent of the Cleveland ad ministration nor the reduction of the tariff to the old figure has had any de terring or deleterious effect on- the tin plate Industry. On the contrary, It has grown more In the past two years than it did In the previous two years. New industries which support themselves are always welcome to us. Among such In dustrles we may mention the manufaC' ture of quinine, which Is now larger un- dr the regime of free trade, Imposed upon It amid groans and ahrleke by a Re publican congress twenty years ago, than when It wijs protected by a duty of 4t per cent." The foregoing from the New York Evening Post (s characteristic, but It does not state all the facts. We do not be lieve It Is true that the objection to the tariff on tla plate Is on the ground stated. We do not believe that the Posfobjected to the tax on 05,0000,000 people Just that half a dosen persons might carry on the business In this Country. We believe the real objection was because the Post be lieved if that Industry could be well es tablished It would take away the Industry from half a hundred manufacturers In Wales In which the Post Is Infinitely more Interested than It Is In any people on this sld. Then It tells" tobout the estab lishment or the McKLnley tariff and the results. It does not tell It all. It does not say that when the tariff was en acted It was with the express understand ing that It should only remain until the Industry 'should be well established. It does not tell that the Post and all kin dred papers howUd through column ufter column of the unmitigated wrong done this people by the levying of that tax; that the Post, In connection with the whoKj Democratic party, did Its unmost to kill the Industry In its very Inclpl ency,' as the party had beforj, but by the establishing of the Industry and the new Inventions which the Americans brought to bear on the manufactory of tln-piute, even In the limited time they had, they were able to so perfect the business that they can run now even under a Democratic tariff, and the result Is a great part of the 121,000,000 which for merly was annually shipped away to buy Iron plate wushed In tin Is saved to our people, and U Is because of the establish ing of the Industry, and the Improve ments mads In the manufactures that the advent of Air. Cleveland and the re duction of the tariff has not killed the In dustry, which would never have been re vived exc.pt for the McKlaley law. 'That It Is not killed la not bed.'. .ie the Post and the Democratic party did not try In every conceivable way to kill It. The reference to the quinine manufactory ne-eds a. little explanation. About twenty years ago a blight struck the trees from which the Peruvian bark Is obtained, Oift Of which quinine Is roul. Wbtlo other re were growing the article was very Ir.nh. Now there Is an abund- . .,. , on ev-.t-y otln-r article, have fullen more thin 45 per cent, which the Post talks about, and that fall Is due simply to the. sinister legislation which caused half the money of the' world to be thrown away. The way to understand the right on al most every question Is to get the opinion of the New York Evening Post, and then take, the opposite view. We hive another Illustration of the Portland "good will" toward Astoria In the article In yesterday's Oregonian charging the river pilots with the crime of running ships aground in order to ills courage them from going to Portland. It Is strange that a reputable paper like the Oregonian would permit such un unjust and groundless charge against so worthy a body of men as these pilots to be published In Its columns. The con dition of the river channel between here and Portland is known to mariners the wor.d over, and If the Astorlan were dis posed to retaliate on Portland for the shameful slur referred to, It might do so effectively by relating a few facts in connection with the trip of the new China steamer down the river a few days ago. The Oregonian will surely apologize for the wrong done the pilots in the article In question, which Astoria people are charitable enough to believe crept into Its columns Inadvertantly. It Is only through the zeal and patriot ism of Judge Gray, Mr. F. D. Wlnton and a few others, that Astoria,, the old est town on the Pacific coast, xescapes the shame of an utter failure to observe In some befitting manner the anniversary of the greatest day In American, history, ar.d one of the Important epochs In the world's history. For the sake of -the ex ample to the young and rising generation, every man and woman In Astoria who loves our country and the flag that rep- resents us ought to make It & special point to be present at the humble celebra tion In the Methodist church this even' lng. Judge McBride's able opinion on the Columbia river jurisdiction question ought to settle all doubt on the subject The law of the case Is laid down In such a sound and convincing manner thut It is difficult to see how there is room for any further contention. Whether Judge McBrlde's view is concurred in by the Washington authorities or not, It will remain as the Oregon construction and position on the question, and Is certain to be' sustained by the United States courts If they lare ever called upon to pass on the matter. Mr, J. E. Hlgglns has pleased his friends by accepting the call made upon him to become a candidate for school director, and his election will be hailed by the people- of Astoria generally as a worthy succession to the place so long and satisfactorily filled by the late Mr, Dickinson. THE OUTLOOK. Now York Trlbur.o. President Depew Is a close observer, and hie tidings from the west and south west Indicate a steady change In public opinion. One remark, contrasting the the passionate intensity of feeling on the silver question- In southern states witn the comparative Indifference elsewhere, may possibly create a mistaken impres sion. There is no excitement now In com merclal and financial centres, because It Is thoroughly understood that the exist lr.g Situation cannot be aisturoea oy mw legislation favoring silver coinage until after the next presidential election. In the financial and commercial world strong feeling would) be shown at once if there were any danger, but it is be lieved thatjhe people are gradually mov- lnir and will move toward a better knowledge of the question and it Is per ceived that the deafening discussion with in the Democratic party Is Intended for political effect exclusively. Each Demo cratic faction wants to get the upper hand within the party, and both fancy that Republicans can be drawn Into the contest and weakened thereby. Practical men know that there is not the least occasion to desire more money In circulation than there Is alreudy, for so much of it Is lying idle now, and gravitates to monetary centres In search of employment at rates as low as 1V4 per cent per annum, that tne accumuiunon is actually embarrassing. The general an- vance In prices, ranging from ao to iuu Der cent In many Important proaueis, has occurred without any Influence one way or the other from the sliver mar ket and the price of bullion has scarce- Iv changed for two months or more, while cotton, wheat, iniues ana ouier nroducts have made their sensational rise, There is nooouy anxious 10 aisiuru thexlstlng monetary situation except tne theorists, whose fanaticism or Ignorance blinds them to every experience. It this strange craze Is passing awuy at the wst and south, as 'Mr. Depew and others believe. It may happen that there will not be left-ienough of the money question to flKh't about when the presidential election conies, unless the struggles of the Demo cratic factions for the mastery carry them Into open antagonism to each other The primary intention ot those wno Stirred up this excitement was to divert public thought from the effects of the tariff agitation, mis was so cieany per ceived by the Republicans of the lengue conventlM at Cleveland tnat many were disposed to adopt strong resolutions on the tariff question alone until It was found that the organic law of the body forbade attempts to make platforms for the party. But the feeling In the con vention wlis nonio the less clearly mani fested. That body was practically unani mous in desiring an uncompromising fight against Democratic free-trade theor ies and 'Democratic blundering and dis honesty In tariff making. The work of the last Democratic congress, the lndus trfcil consequence of Democratic success In IS','3 and of Republican success In 1804. will beyond question be brought before voters as the main issue In the cam paign of 1806, no matter who may be the candidate. The general improvement In business, as soon as a beaten lemocratic con gress ceased to Hive power to do evil, is one of the most instructive events of this era. Its meaning will not be over looked by the Republican Journals and speakers, all may be sure, nor will the voters be slow to apprehend It. Indeed. It comes In such a shape as to Impress not merely the more Intelligent, who are fable to trace the effect of Democratic de feat in reviving confidence, but the more Ignorant all), who may only see that Democratic victory In 13 brought SO per cent lower wages and Republican victory In 1894 brought 10 per cent higher wages. AVhether the connection between the facta Is fully understood or not, men remember their ipxperlenee, and as a burned child dreads the fire, they will have a wholesome fear of votes for Democratic free trade. The greater the Improvement In business may prove, the more Impressive will be the contrast, and the stronger will be popular confi dence in that party whose defeats are calamities and whose victories are bless- nirs t the rTl- rrtOPOHITIUNt AM) ItBPLIES. Eto-i (Ga.) Messenger. The xtrem silverites ignore facts and Tason and imagine that epithets and bme will take their place. For example. here are some facts based on experience and history and the extreme ellverltes' enswer to them: 1. There Is not a free coinage country In the world todhy that Is not on a silver basis. The sliver extremists' answer to this Is "Shylock! Shylock!" 2. There is not a silver standard' coun try In the world to day that uses any gold with Its silver, while on the other hand levery gold .standard country In the world uses sliver with Its gold. The only attempted answer to this Is "Money sharks!" 3. There is not a silver standard coun try in the world thut has more than one third the money circulation of the United States. To answer this the extreme ellverltes shriek "Gold bugs!" 4. There Is not a sliver standard coun try In the world where the laboring man receives fair pay for his day's work. What answer do we hear to this fact? Men ly this: "Bloodsuckers!" Wherefore we are constrained to believe thi.it the third party doctrine of unlimited unconditional and independent coinage of silver at 16 to i 1s not at all a strong or sound one and that Democrats had bet ter keep clear of It. CHATEAU LAFITTE. In 1793 the vineyard belonged to M. de Pichard, president of the Gulnne parliament, and the Republican leaders did a good stroke of business by guil lotining him and appropriating his prop erty. It was, however, soon sold by the state, and after passing from purchaser to purchaser at an average price of about 40,000, It was bought, some twenty-five years .ago, by Baron James de Roths child for 180,000, and still remains in his family. About 6,000 a year Is spent on Its cultivation. There Is perhaps no wine that gains more by keeping; and some seven or eight years ago a bin of the vintage of 1804 fetched no less than 00 francs a, bottle at Bordeaux Itself. Blackwood's Magazine. TWO OF THEM. "I was in hopes your father would say u good word for me," exclaimed the hope less lover. "He did," replied the young woman. "When I asked him if he wanted you In the family he said, "Gracious hdiven!" "Take a hole and put soma dough around it, then fry in lard. ' ' This simple recipe has brought thousands to grief, just because of the frying in lard, which as we all know hinders digestion. In all recipes where yon have used lard, try the new vegetable shortening and you will be surprised at the delightful and healthful results. It is without unpleasant odor. unpleasant flavor or unpleasant results. With Cottolene in your kitchen, the young, the delicate and the dyspeptic can all enjoy tne regular laniily bill of fare Cottolons Is sold In 8 and 8 Dound nails, bv all tfrm-Am (jlet the genuine. Made byj THE r N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, ST. LOUIS and Chicago, Mew Ysrk, Bests WANTEIX WANTED Girl to do house work. Cull at 843 Exchange street WANTED A few more teams. Pacltlc 'i'uvliig Company. Apply WANTED Fifty men at the Jim to get a 10 cent shave and a 15 cent hair cut. 378 Astor street, next door west of the Parker House. WANTED Agents to represent the old National Life Insurance Co., of Montpeller, Vt. For further Informa tion, address Q. M. Etolp, General Coast Manager, 82-84 Crocker Building, San Francisco, Cal. WANTED Man or lady to collect, do. some otllce work, and manage agents. Tou will deal through your leading mer chants. Something new and very popu lar. We pay all expenses. Position per manent.. Send four references and ten cents for full particulars. John Finney Mgr., P. O. Box 484, St. Louis, Ho. 175.000 PER WEEK using and selling Dynamos for plating watches, jewelry, and table ware. Plates gold, silver, nickel, etc.. same as new goods. Dif ferent sixes for agents, families and shops. Easy operated; no experience; big profits. W. P. Harrison & Co., Clerk No. 14, Columbus, Ohio. FOR BALE. JAPANESE GOODS-Just out-Just re ceived JuBt what you want, at Wing Lee's, 643 Commercial street. good buy at Long Beach. Nine room house. Furnished complete for summer travel. For description and terms in quire at Real Estate Exchange, Occident Building. FOUND. FOUND A silver witch, which the owner can bave by calling at this office and proving property. FOR RENT. FOR RENT A nicely furnished mod ern house. For particulars Inquire ot Mrs. Smith, corner of th and Irving avenue, or A. R. Cyrus, 487 Commercial street. LOST. 1.(ST--Turwlar niirht. about W o'clock 129 fathoms of nvL Corks branded F. M. Warren. Plrnum return to Warren star tlon. CRptsiri fcw ny. TJ. P. A.. Pn Pies Cnl.. says: "Hniioii's Catarrh Remedy la the first medicine I have erer found that would 1 ms any good. Pries 60 eta. Sold by J. W. Conn. ' MB wis NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received at the .... .i. . ..j.. j t-ii t..,i oincB wi win Auuuur turn ", of the city of Astoria Saturday, July 6th, 1895, at 2 o'clock of said day, for corduroy ing a portion of Youngs Bay county road. Corduroy to be placed at points desig nated 'by etaloes to be set by the City Surveyor. Materials shall consist of new sound fir, or hemlock, poles, puncheons, or split timber. 'Roadway must be leveled up transverse ly, stringier placed lengthwise, 8 leet apart, firmly bedded. Covering (except on curves) shall be 10 feet, of regular lengths and laid to a line. Shall not be less than 4 Inches In thickness if spilt timber, nor less than r .... t Inches In diameter If poles, and It In ,m, ,,, im , notching over stringers and by adzing down, so as to present a comparatively smooth surface on top. The material used and work done shall' be subject to the approval of the street denartment: all work must be done In a inrt nmn 1 .n.P InH i cnnrWl a eilOWS WUllOlng. pleted to the satisfaction of the street department, All material and work must be done strictly In accordance with specifications on file In the office of the Auditor and Police Judge. The right to reject any and all bids Is hereby reserved. By order of the com- mm w .hii,. v J Attest: K. OSBURN, Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, Oregon, July 1st, USS6. NOTICE OF FILING OF ASSESSMENT ROLL NO. 2, ON ALLEYWAY IN ADAIR'S ASTORIA. Notice Is hereby given that Assessment Roll No. 2, containing the special assess ment for the improvement of alleyway running through Blocks No. 2, 3, 4 and 5, from the west line of 38th street to the west line of 42d street, all in the city of Astoria, as kid out and recorded by Ad.alr- W"'"' Aiiaire vutiona, nas Deen ihru in ine office of the Auditor and Police Judge and is open for inspection and whl remain open until the 15th day of July, 1895, airlor to which time all objections to &uch must meu un- wining; wiiu me Auuiiur nuu Police Judge. The committee on streets and public1 wtays together with the street aascsors of the City of Astoria, will meet in the council chambers at the City Hall, in the; City of Astoria, on Monday, Juiy 15th, 1895, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., to review and equalize such assessment ar.d report their action to the common coun cil. K. OSBURN, Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, Or., July 2nd, 1895. NOTICE) OF FILING OF ASSESSMENT ROLL NO. 3, DUANE STREET, IN ADAIR'S ASTORIA. Notice is hereby given that Assessment Roll No. 3, containing the special as sessment for the Improvement of Duane street, from the west line of 35th street to the east line of 37th street, all In the city of Astoria, as laid out and recorded by John Adair and commonly known as Adair s Astoria, has been filed In the omoe or me Auditor ana rouce judge and Is now open for inspection kind will so reamin open- until the 16th day of July 1895, prior to which time all objections to sucn musi oe niea un writing; wun the Auditor and Police Juige. The committee on streets and public ways, together with the street assessors, of the City of Astoria, will meet in the council chambers at the city hall, In the city of Astoria, on Monday, July 16th, 1895, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., to review and equalize such assessment and report their action to the common coun cil. K. OSBURN, Auditor and Police Judge Astoria, Or,, July 2nd, 1895. NOTICE OF COMPLETION AND AC CEPTANCE OF 42ND STREET. Notice Is hereby given that N. Clinton & Sons, contractors for the Improvement of 42d street. In Adair's Astoria, under the provisions of Ordinance No. 1940, on the 12th day of June, 1895, filed In the office of the Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria, the cert.flcate of the City Surveyor, and. Superintendent ot Streets, approved by the Committee on Streets and Public Ways. After the expiration of the time here inafter specified, If no objections to the acceptance of such work he filed and the Common Council shall dem such im provement properly completed, according to the contract and plans and specifica tions therefor, the same may be accepted. Objections to the acceptance of said Improvement or any part the-eof, may be filed lit the office of the Auditor and Police Judge on or before Wednesday, June 19th, 1896. K. OSBURN, Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, Oregon, June 13th, 1895. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that I have been duly appointed administrator of the estate of Mike Thompson, deceased, oth erwise known by his old country name, Michael Ontronoff, born In Jyskyjarwl district In county of Karjala, Skate of Arkankel, Russia, and .who was drowned on June th, 18U6, while fishing at the mouth of the Columbia river. All per sons having claims against said estate are requested to present the same to me. duly verified, within six months from the date of this notice, and all persons In Jubted to Bald estate are requested to pay tne amount or sucn indebtedness to me. Dated, Astoria, Oregon, this 30th day of June, 1SS6. NICK PETTROFF. A DETERMINED WOMAN Recently knocked down a burglar and held him until the arrival of assistance. Dr. Pierce's Oolden Medioal Discovery Is a medicine that checks the frightful In roads of Scrofula, and, If taken In time, arrests the march of Pulmanory Con sumption It cures Indigestion and dys pepsia, chronic diarrhoea and similar complaints. The wonderful medicine has also gained great celebrity In curing fever and ague, chills and fever, dumb ague, and like diseases. Asthma cured by newly discovered treatment. Address, for free pamphlet, testimonials and references, World's Dis pensary (Medical Association, Buffalo, N. T. "THE MILWAUKEE." The only railroad lighting its trains by electricity. The only railroad using the celebrated electric berth reading sunn. The coaches now running on 'The Mil waukee" are Palaces on Wheel a On aU H through lines, the Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway runs the most perfectly equipped trains of Sleep ing, rartor. and Ilrnng Cars and Coaches. or lowest ratsa ts any point in the United tsates and Canada, apply to ticket agents, or address C. J. EDDY, General Agnt, Portland, Oregon. NOTICE Is hereby given forbidding Puck wood or any other persons from cutting or re moving wood or stone from any of my land without first making satisfactory i rrmnscmwm wuu dimes W, WetCB. RGYAL Baking Powder. Highest ct all in leavening StrenthL. Qmrmaeat Report. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. Notice Is hereby given that the partner- ShlD heretofore existing- between the un- -i,, j., ,. ,, j ..., UCI Biauw, ........ ..... ...... ,a.,ia Mi fTV J Oregon Transportation Company, Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All outstanding bills or accounts being pay able to Capt. Daul Schrader, and he as suming the payment of all debts due by said Arm. Astoria, Or., May 13, 1895. PKTBR H. CRIM, PAUL SCHRADER. ALii FREE.. Those who have used Dr. King's New Discovery know Its Value, and those wnc- hf.ye not have now the opportunity to try It free. 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Odd Fellows' building, There is one medicine that will cure ? WHt'6 C"C ?,lnt8' 'J" 8nPPOntment, no xw&rs- ' ' A GOOD WORD. Mr. J. J. Kelt. Sharpsburg, Pa. Dear Sir: -I am glad to say a good word for Krause's Headache Capsules. After suffering for over three years with acute neuralgia and its consequent Insomnia (which seemed to baffle the efforts of some of our best physicians) you suggested this remedy which gave me almost instant relief. Words fall to express the praise I should like to bestow on Krause's Headache Capsules. Gratefully lours, MRS. E. R. HOLMES, Montrose Pa. NOTICE. The partnershto heretofore existing ho- tween C. J. Greenlund and Anlnn Ttrix florists, Is hereby dissolved by mutual consent, and all debts of the. said firm will be naid bv C. J. Qreenlurfd and f!. a. Palmberg, and all outstanding accounts are due and payable to them. C. J. GRBENLUND, ANTON BRIX. All the paten: medicines advertised lu this paper, together with the choic est perfumery, and toilet articles, etc., mn be bought at tne lowest prices at J. W. Conn's drug store, opposite Oc cident Hotel. A. toria. FOUR BIG SUCCESSES. Having the needed merit to more than make good ' all the advertising claimed for them, the following four remedies have reached a phenomenal sale. Dr. King's New Discovery, for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, each bottle guaranteed Electrio Bitters, the great remedy for stomach, liver, and kidneys. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the best In the world, and Dr. King's New Life Pills, which are a petrect pill. All these remedies are guaranteed to do Just what is claimed for them, and the dealer whose name Is attached here with, will be glad to tell you more of them. Sold at Chas. Rogers' Drug SHILOH'S CURB la sold on a gvar- niee. it cures incipient consumption, t Is the best Cough Cure. Only one ent a dose. 25 cents, 60 cts., and 11.00. For Sale by J. W. Conn. INDORSED BT THFi PRE33. Gentlemen: This is to certify that 1 have used Krause's Keadaune Capsules with -satisfactory results. 1 (.ought a box which cost me .53, und one eapsrle cured me of a dreadful Rick h?ndnche. My wife and mvself nave both used the medicines manufactured by the Norman Llcbtr Mf'g Co., and we re commend them to thd public as being JJust what they are represented. Respectfully, W. J. HUTCHISON. Ed. Gazette, Pleasant Htl), Mo. Twenty-five cents, for sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria. Or., sole agents. MARVELOUS RESULTS. From a letter written by Rev. J. Gun- derman, of Dlmondale, Mich., we are permitted to make this extract: I have no hesitation in recommending Dr. King's New Discovery, as the re sults were almost marvellous in the case of my wife. While I was pastor of the Baptist Church at Rives Junc tion, she was brought down with Pneumonia, succeeding La Grippe. Ter rible paroxysms of coughing would last hours with little Interruption and It seemed as if she could not survive them. a friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery; it was quick In Its work, and satisfactory In its re sults." Trial bottles free at Chas. Rogers' Drug Store. Regular size 60 Travelers And a safe companion in De Witt's OoBc and Cholera Cure. A change la drinking water and in dlat often causes severe end dangerous complaints. This medicine always cures Hum. Charles Rogers. Thin Children. The reason why they are thin is because their food does not nourish them. Probably they do not assimilate enough fat. Cod-liver Oil is the most easily assimilated of all fats, but in its natural state it upsets the stom ach and deranges the digestion. In Scott's Emulsion of Cod liver Oil with Hypophosphites this difficulty is overcome. It is half-digested already and is very palatable. Children grow fat on it -when all other food fails to nourish them. Doxtb4ptmodtd U teetpl nlttitwlt.' Scott 4 fcxnw, K. Y. AIIDnjijtk i0cssd$l. NOTICE OF COMPLETION AND AC CEPTANCE OF DUANE STREET. 4 Notice is hereby given that L .Leback, Contractor for the Improvement of Duane street, to Adair's Astoria, under the pro visions of Ordinance No. 1926, on the 12th day of June, 1885, filed in the office of the Auditor and Police Judge of the CHy 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 time here inafter specified, If no objections to the acceptance of such work be filed and the Common Council shall deem such Im provement properly completed, according to the contract and plans and specifica tions therefor, the same may be accepted. 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, June 19th, 1895. K. OSBURN, Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, Oregon, June 13th, 1895. FREEMAN & HOLMES. Blacksmiths. Special attention paid to steamboat re pairing, first-class horseshoeing, etc LOGGING CfljTIP QIOHK fl SPECIALTY U7 Olney street, between Third and and Fourth, Astoria, Or. STILL IN THE LEAD. Columbia River and Puget Sound Nav igation Co. STEAP5 TELEPHONE. Leaves Astoria lor Portland and way landings at 7 p. m. daily, Sunday ex cepted. Leaves Portland every day except Sun day at 7 a. m. C. W. STONE, Agent Astoria. 1 Telephone No. IX E. A. Seeley, Gen'l Agt., Portland. U. B. Scott, President Indio The Oasis of thf Colorado Desert flealth Resort BELOW THE LEVEL OF THE SEA Absolutely Dry and Pure Tropical Climate Pronounced ly Physicians tl most FavoraMein America for Sufferers from ... Lung Diseases and Rheumatism Many Remarkable Cu.es The objections urged against Indio In the past by the large numbers who otnerwise would have been glad to tak advantage of its beneficial climate, has neen a lack of suitable accommoda tion. The Southern Pacific Company, takes pleasure In announcing that sev eral Commodious and Comfortable Cottages have Just been erected at Indio sta tion, that will be rented to applicants at reasonable rates. They are fur nlthed with modern conveniences, sup plied with pure artesian water, and so situated as to gove occupants all the advantages to be derived from a more or less protracted residence In this de lightful climate. (From the San Francisco Argonaut.) "In the heart of the great deBert of the Colorado whloh the Southern Pa- cifio road traverses there is an oasis called Indio, which, In our opinion, li the sanitarium of the earth. We be lieve, from personal investigation, that for certain Invalids, the-e is no spot 01 this planet so favorable. G. T. Stewart, M. D., writes: "The purity of the air, and the eternal sun shine, 011 one with wonder and delight Nature has accomplished so much that there remains but little for man to do. As to its possibilities as a health resort here is the most per fect sunshine, with a temperature al ways pleasant a perfectly dry soil for rain is an unknown factor; pure oxygen, aenso atmosphere and pure water. What more can be desired? It is the place, above all others, for lung troubles, and a paradise for rheu matlcs. Considering the number of sufferers who have been cured, I have no hesitancy In recommending this genial oasis as the haven of the afflict ed." INDIO. lis 612 miles from SAN FRANCISCO and 130 miles from LOS ANGELES Fare from Los Angeles. Ij.Oo For further information Inquire ot any Southern Pacific Company agent, or address E. P. ROGERS, Asat Gen. Pass, Agt S. P. Co. J. B. KIRKLAND. Dlst Pass. Agt Cor. First vid Alder Sts Portland, Or. Are You Going East? Be sure and see that your ticket reads via T HE NORTH-WESTERN line:. CHICAGO. ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS and OMAHA RAILWAYS. This Is the GREAT SHORT LINE Between DULUTH, ST. PAUL, . CHICAGO And all Points East and South. Their Magnificent Track, Peerless Ves tlbuled Dining and Sleeping Car Trains and Motto: "ALWAYS ON TIME-" Have given this road a national reputa tion. All classes of passengers carried on the vestlbuled trains without extra charge. Ship your freight and travel over this famous line. All agents have tickets. W. H. MEAD, F. C. SAVaGE, Gen. Agent Trav. P. and P. Agt. 243 Washington Bt, Portland, Or. Are You Going East? If so, drop a line to A, C. Sheldon, general agent of the "Burlington Route," 250 Washington St., Portland. He will mall you free of charge, maps, time tables, and advise you as to the through rates to any point reserve sleeping car accommodations for you, and furnish you with through tickets via either the Northern, Union, South ern, Canadian Pacific, and Great North ern railroads at the very lowest rates obtainable. The Burlington Route Is generally conceded to be the finest equipped rail road In the world for all classes if travel. J. B. WYATT, Astoria, Oregon, Hardware, Sliip Chandlery, Groceries, Provisions, PAINTS and OILS. Special Attention Paid to Supplying Shlpj. J. A FASTABEND, GENERAL CONTRACTOR, PILE DRIVER, HOUSE, BRIDGE fifID WHARF BUILDER. Address, box 180, Postoffice. ASTORIA, OR TflEflSTOlp SAVINGS BAM Acts as trustee for corporations and individuals. Deposits solicited. Interest will be allowed on savings deposits at the rate of 4 per cent per annum. t J. Q. A. BOWLBT President BENJ. TOUNG Vice President FRANK PATTON Cashier DIRECTORS. J. Q. A. Bowlby, C. H. Page, Ben Young, A. S. Reed, D. P. Thompson W. E. Dement Gust Holmes. SEASIDE SflWPiIi. A cnmnlptA Rtnolr rf liimlSA An Van, In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rua tic, ceiling-, and all kinds of finish; moulding and shingles; also bracket wnrlr tinna in rrrloi Terms mAAlnnnKi. and prices at bedrock. All orders promptly attended to. Office and yard at mill. H. I. LOGAN. Pron'r. Peaslde. Oregon. S. H. WILLETT, PLUMBING, (las and Steam Fitting, Hot Air, Steam and Water Heatlnj;.- Vt Twelfth street Astoria. Or. t BONKS. Wa hnv fArtilivpra anil f0r4il!tnw m.. -. tenal of every description. Bones, horns, eta, and pay highest cash prices. Send eg a trial shipment Western Bone-Meal Co. -771 Mission Street, San Fnancisco, a