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THE DAILY A8T0R1AN, ASTORIA, . WEDNESDAY MORNINtt, AUGUST M .180S, 1 i: to-measure, $35' HB only way to Ot a id in ti to first find out JuH what kind of a man you have to flt-that' Just what wa do -take jour measure exact and cat the tult for you and It muat fit, or we'll keep 'em. tailoring rexclusively. chas. Mcdonald, The Tailor. i23 Commercial Street Few Hen Would Ask for a Finer Dinner than those ve serve. We're trying in every way to make them the most en- lovable In town. All the "good things" of the season cooked by our excellent cook In the most delicious style. Perfect service. If you invite a friend to the Palace Restaurant the place Is a sufficient guar ante that he will receive a good meal. The Palace Restaurant ASTORIA - JvlATTESS - FACTORV, 378 Commercial Street Manufacturers of every dwcrlption of lounges. Mattresses, etc. REPAIRING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES The Resort On Cotnmorcjiil street,- is the plaoe where the businessman and the laboring man go for whnt is culled "BKH'f ON THE COAST," or a nice cool drink of tbe celebrated Oambrinus beer. Sand wiches of every kind made to order, fend an elesant free lunch served every day. Yoyare weloome. Grosbauer & Brach. Dalgity Iron Works, Oeneral ruchlnl.it and Boiler Works. All kinds of Cannery, Ship, Steamboat and Engine Work or anv Description. Castings of all kinds made to order. Foot of Lafavettc St, Astoria, Or. Utter (Deals I cr'7' Oral any other time when you wish a good oiKar ask for the well knowo, home-made, band-made, white labor cigar "La Belle Astoria-" Conceded by all smokers to be the bent ciuar manufactured. W. F. SCH1KBE, 71 fJintr? Street, . Astoria, Oregon. FOflRD & STOKES GO. O DEALERS I J ' ' Picnic Canned Goods, Tents, Camp Stoves, Camp Cooking Utensils, ' Baskets, And the latest All-Wool Sleeping Bags At all prices. Just the thing for camp- ers, prospectors, etc. Sure to keep warm at nights. Better than blankets. All the paten: meaialnea advertised In this paper, together with tbe choic est perfumery, and toilet articles, etc., ran be bought at tne lowest prices at J. W. Conn's drug store, opposite Oc cident Hotel, A- toria. Japanese Bazaar SINQ LUNG. Prop. Ladies' and Children's hats and duck suits. Ladies' and Gentlemen's underwear made to order. Lowest prices in Astoria. 417 Bond Street next door to Mouler's Fruit Store. EN(Gf?AVEr? ! aal Steel Dies, Wood & Metal Society Calling Cards and An- nouncemcnts Engraved and Printed, s W. G. SMITH, 205 Morrison St., Portland. Or. MAKE Attractive. Start by being the HfnC most uesuiuui crcuiura iu n. nUJ IC If you have beauty preserve It. If not, you can improve vour looks immensely. Where there's a will there's a W8y. A food way is the use of my articles, especially Lola fJontez Creme . 75c por not. tsnnga beauty to iS? I he face by feed- r Ina throuh the in pores, irivw life to faded fsefs. Hold by Mm D H. BLOUNT, 4.571)uane8t As- X"JT, t toria.OreBnn. ' trfSJ . Mrs Nettie llsr- I 1u2o. iiv Ibfauty do:tor, 43 and 42 Geary St., San Francisco. Cal. Suits I JUST . 1 Our Fall StocU OF- i I Saxony, g "I Spanish '$ '$ and I . . German Yarns. I l ' 1 filbert Danbar 1 ' The Most Perfect Pitting 'r CoracU Are the F. N. V 5sl3Wi yKfm foC &i 3' j( YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. Local weather for the twoney-four hours endirg at 5 p. m. yesterday, furnished by the United States department of agri culture weather bureau: Maximum temperature, 70 degrees. Minimum temperature, 46 degrees. Precipitation, none. Total precipitation from September 1st, 18)i, to date, 75.04 inches. Excess of precipitation from September 1st, 1894, to date, 4.61 Inches. BUSLNESS LOCALS. Try. Smith's Ice cream. Get your milk of Relth. & Wilson. Fresh candles every morning at Smith's. Sweet cream at Smith's' 20 cents pint. Fresh candies every hour at the Bon bonniere. Tennis shoes at Copland & Thorsen's new shoe store. Bottle of Oambrinus beer and sandwich, IB cents, at Jos. Terp's. Mlnses and Children's tan Oxfords at Oopeland & Thprsen's. Curfing irons, S cents each, at the Estes-CraJn Drug Store. Btst ice cream and .ce cream soda li the city at the Bonbonniere. Tan button shoes for Misses and Chil dren at CopclanJ & Thorsen's. THE SAME PLACE-US 12th street Is the place to buy fresh fish every day. Meany is the leaning tailor and pay be hlghat lash vrlre f.,r fur skins The Astorlian will hereafter be foum on eaie ait McGu-lre's Hotel at S.aslde. Our milk Is guaranteed strictly pure and fresh from the cow dolly. Roltli & Wilson. GRAEFE & PLANK No. 628 Commer cial street, will repair your clothes for little money. Try them. WORLD'S FAIR SALOON-Keeps the finest lino of liquors and clears in the city. Call and sample them. If your watch don't run, call at B74 Commercial street, across from Shana han Bro,' and have It repaired. - DON'T FORGET-That at Nos. 214 and 216 Tenth street la the place to h.ive your horse shod and repair work done. Smith's Ice cream Is unequalled . Ice cream soda a specialty. Private par lors Tor ladies. Commercial street. A nlca Hue of fresh flsh-anJ' a fine stock of spring chickens and other poultry at Pat Lawler's, C74 Commercial street. PLEASE STOP, As you pass by Mat. Strati's second-hand Btore, on Cummer clal street, and learn prices on his stock It you want dollKlitful tiliave or fashionable hair cm, go to tho PaUlce Barber Shop, J. 11. Hutolilns, propr.etor, WAII SINQ & CO.-Merchnnt tailor 626 Commercial street, cheaper than you can buy ready made. New stock com plete. Are yuu going to the eahore? If so, yau should call at the Ksittfs-Craln Drug Store and buy one of thu new sty Bathing Cups. Water melons! Water melons! Watc melons! A carload received ye.sterd.iy will be sold cheap today at Pal Lawler 674 Commercial. Trade with Foard & Stokes Co., deal ers H Groceries, Hardware, Crockery provisions, flour, fruits and v.getaibles They will surely please you. Perfect cleanliness and modern con vemence are the adjuncts of nil well regulated foaiBh rooms. You wflf "ftnd them ait the Talace. J. B. Hutdhlns, pro prietor. Hunger is a very disagreeable.. sen sa tlun. There .a a place In this town where you can satisfy Its demand with th cleanest and best 2o cant meal yuu. ever u'e. That place Is Joo Terp's. If you are going to Ilwaco Sunday on the Nortli raclflc, you will have to buy your tickets Saturday to get th benefit of the 50 cent round trip rate. Steamer leave O. R. and X. dock at i a. m. No better milk was ever brought to Astoria than Is furnished for five cents a quart by Relth A Wilson, and de livered In h dean and tltfhit'ly closed glass bottle at. your door every morn ing. . . What brings people back to the Asto ria Wood Yard after they have toundad the possibilities everywhere else? May be It's on thing, and May be It's another. But the fact remains back they come. And of course the Astoria Wood Yard is proud of it t ii, , . .. Business men of Astoria visiting Port land have for yoan be'icuBtomiJ to take their mid-day lunch at the "Gn." The '"Gm" Is now located at 73 Third street, next door to the Ains worth Bank. Joe. E. Permjr. AROUXD TOWN. , S. W. BlasdeJl, wife end daughter,. ar visiting In Astoria. I" A heavy cloud of smoke hung ov-or the city ail day yitwterday. Look out for Ross, Hlgglns & Co.'s novelties soon to be displayed. . John Peters and wife, of Portland, are spending a few days in Astoria. Prosecuting Attorney William T. Hume, of Portland, was in Astoria yesterday. Special , Officer Oberg will do regular! duty, from mow until after the regatta. Mr. D. W. Kyle tfias resigned his posi tion as night operator in the W. U. T. offlo. Mrs. Fred GroSbauer is a pissanger on the incoming Columbia, which, arrives today. Mr. P. Jackson, of Clifton, and Samuel Oliver, of Pillar Hock, were in town yes terday. Clarence Brown, district passenger agent of taa Union Paclilc system was in town yesterday. John Lana, lighthouse keeper at Fort Canby, was visiting in Astoria; yesterday. Hi is staying at the Parker. Gus Sutherland, of Westport, and A. P. O. and Willlaim Relschmati, of Mt. Angel, are registered at the Astor House. Joseph Rllp& is now prepared to sell rail end ocean tickets through to all Eu ropean points, v.a ail sieamainlp lines. Miss Susan Danforth Is visiting In As toria and 'Will remain during the regatta. She Is a guest of Mrs. David Morgan. Mr. Albert Feldienhelmer, the promi nent Portland Jeweler, passed through town yesterday on his way home from Seaside. Mrs. .'fcptaln Gore, J. W. Collger and wife, and A. G. Brlggs, were a party of Kait ma people who regis:9.-id at the 1 tr-k-r House yest-iday. Prof. Beggs' pupils will i,lv3 an example of fancy ilunclng at the A. F. C. ball, or. August 20. Some of the dances ere En tirely new on this coxt. Tne regatta reception committee met In the council chambers last evening and adjourned to meet Bubject to the lns;ruc ilojis oi tile nid.ii Cfiuimuee. Mrs. Jam;a Ashley aind family, lot Brookfleld, ere visiting in upper Astoria, .it HUcScB of .'.1.3. I'.cu iii.i. iney will remain to iwitness ttoe regatta. Marriage licenses vcre Issued yesterday afternoon to Charles Hall and Miss Carrie Harris and F. Ostmari and AIlss Mary Tihillla. The parties are all reeldtnts of Astoria. Tlie Oregon State Dental Association meets In th-a Chamber of Commerce rooms at 10 o'clock this morning. It Is expected that ufoout twenty visiting dentists will be present. Officer Oberg arrested a man last even ing for breaking a window in the lower part of town. He gave his name as John Doe and warmed the olllcer considerably by resisting arrest. A skiff belonging to one of the fish traps Has otcked tit tit Fart Stevens yes. rd;iy by diaries Jacobsen, uf the l.re saving cn.w. It Is still In his pjsses slo.r meaning a claimant. The 'hose boys are training faithfully fur the regatta races and it is safe to say fhat they will be In good condition to rhow their heels to any outside team tru.it may contend against them. 'The Swedish Lutheran Sunday school picnic -which was advertised for Friday of this week has hetn postponed Indefi nitely, because others ire to have a picnic at the same trine and place. Many visitors ore arriving dally who will remain In Astoria to witness the sport during tho regatta, which will com-me-nee next Monday. By Sunday nxt t'ho city will fairly swarm wtlh people. The city prisoners were out yesterday In charge of Special Oflic-r Warren, coin ing the strjeis. Several of them n-fustd to work and as a consequent were chain ed to a ring holt in front of the jail, The La-lies' St'ivlng Society of the Nor wegian Luth'i ran -church will hold a socia ble and auction Wednesday evening, Aug ust 14th, ut the l'acillc I'nloiv cannery. There will be a good program aid re fr.'lvments. The Ladles' Sewing Society of the Nor wegian Lutheran church will hold a socia ble and auction Wednesday evening, Aug ust 14th, at the Pacific Union ca-nnery. There will be a good program and re freshments. F. A. Sponcer and wife are among the many Portlnindera who are passing sev eral wenksi 1.1 this city, and at fii-.isid , away from the unpleasant heat of the metropolis. They have rooms at the Oc cident. Mrs. Charles Hesrele, wife of the Port land crockery man, is registered at the Occident. She Is accompanied by Miss Rose and Lilian If under. The party have be-m spending several weeks at North Bench. Theodore Moore, a -colored man, was ar rested last evening by Captain Hallock, and 'booked as a vagrant. He had been ordered to leavtf town and falling to do so 'was run in. His ce will 'be heard by Judge Osbu.-n this ufternuo Tho body of Patrick Broderlek, the nn-foi-Minate deck hand who d.ed from the Injuries he received In the accident on the telephone Inst week, was chipped to Oregon City yesterday morning, at which place the funeral will take place to morrow. The Astorhm baa on sale at its business otllce 000 copies of t'ho issue of January first containing the complete article by the celebrated engineer, A. A. Sehenck, on the advantages of th harbor of Asto ria as a port of shipment of the grain of the inland empire. While the steamer Dwyer, with the Baptist church pienio was making a landing on the return trip last evening one of the deck hands accidentally slipp ed, falling into the waiter. Bystanders threw a rope to him and ha was soon af ter landed on terra firms. While rldlmr his blcvcle th e other even ing, Albert Kinney had a cl se cU from what might have been a fa.tul accident. He was going at a swift race, when the front wheel caucht in a cn ok and the rider was thrown to th grouud. alighting on his head. His face was bailly brubvd. snd one of -the fingers of his v"tght hand broken. Great Interest l centered by the sport lng fraternity in. the open to all foot race which tatoee place the sKond day of the regatta, rt Is said that several professionals will be here, but those who now say the Fojiter, the fleeNfooted As- torlan, is more than a match for all of them. . A.vwmor IW-iwsmw y day by a local admirer of the Astorfant that ho would wit, no mutter who srent Agalnet Mm. MIm tt'iMaiMi. ProTOet Par, who ' spent the day ut 6 tatide Sunday, fwhll An Immense Assortment of NEW CLOTHING! Styles Way Up returning was thrown from the buggy ii.to tlw road and received severe injuries l '(Via tr,.ls a.nii WPn t to Portland lost night for treatment. The accident was caused by a large log protruaing into mo roadway which overturned the buggy. It wouid s.m that the road supervisor should have had tho roid clear of euch obstructions. The street commissioner yesterday serv ed not.o.s on merchants to remove all goods from the sidewalks la front of their places of business, within twenty lour hours. This action has been made necessary on account of some of the waiks being rentl.red almost Impatsubie by the -obstructions. The commissioners' action w.ll no doubt meet with general approval, as In a number of piaces dis p.ay goods are stacked on the sldkwalks to such an exu-.n-t tnat pedesirtai.e are o leniilmes compelled to take the stree-t. Will you bt atta, Aatoiia'a Regatta? if to, you should getta, A Huit ana iiulta, From HEKMaN WISE, , . 'llie itoliatile clotnier atia Iiattor. OOMMi'SSIONElt JlcCrL'IRE. Returned to' 'Portland Last Nis'h't. Fiah and Game Protector McGulre re turned t'o Portland last night, having fail ed to come to aa asreemen't with the two men whose cases wer,.- not dismissed yes terday. On Surrd-ay Mr. McGulre arrested seven men, the crows of four boils, who were ilslilng contrary t'o law.. Oa Monday, havl:.'3 learned that th? -Washington au thorities had given the men. until 8 o'clock Sunday tnarning in which to fish, he decided! that t would not be fair to dis criminate against the Oreso-i' 'flsftermen ai;d prop.sed to the man to dismiss the oases against them, as- -by law he Is em powered to do, providing they -would- pay the actual expenses f-o 'far Incurred of making .the -arrests, dismissing wl'thout reservation as to tho boat pullers, three In nu'rriber. Two of file fishermen accept ed and paid their .proportion of the costs, but the oi'hi.r t'w"o, Dan Nlcliolas a:;d P. H. Covatswlch', absolutely refused to do so, and became very abusive. These latter are still under arrest and their cases will haiv.,' to take their course. Mr. Mc Gulre remained here all day yesterday and gave the men- every opportunity 'to settle, hut with ik result. It must be remembered that these men were also infringing the Sunday closing law, but no convplalmts have -been made by Mr. McGulre und- r this la'w agiinst the Ushermen' since the question of con current jurisdiction was forced to aa sue, as he doe3 not deem it just to ar rest Oregon men v.'h; -n those of Washlng-t-o.i ire permitted to fls'h. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Office of J. E. Ferguson, Architect, No. 1S1 EUventlh Street, Astoria, Or. Sealed proposals will be received at this otllce mull ! o'clock p. m, on Wednes- d.iy, 'the Ht'h day of August, 1SS6, for fur nljjlilnn thevmatrlal's 4vnd lnhor for the completion and delivery of a frame dwel ling -for Mr. E. W. TaJlan-t, to be situated on Lot No. 11, of Block No. 16, In Shlve ly's AStorla, Oregon. The plans, specitlciatlons and alt neces sary informaition ca-n- be obtained at this otlice. The rls'Nt Is res:rved ite reject any and a'll bids, and ito waive any de-fecHs. ; J. E. FERGUSON, Architect. TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. The regular quarterly examination of applicants for certificates to teach In the public schools of Clatsop County, Oregon, will be held beg.nning at 1 o'clock p. m. Wednesday, August 14, 1S95, at MoClure's (Court Street) school house, Astoria, Oregon, and continuing three days. Examination for state diploma will be held Saturday, August 17, beginning at t a. m. H. S. LYMAN. School Supt., Clatsop Co., Oregon. A TWISTER. A twister In twisting May twist hlin twist. For la twisting a twist Three twists make a twist; But if one ot the twiBts I'ntwlsta from the twist. The twist untwisting Untwists the twist. That Is, when It's - twisted with any other twin than MARSHALL'S. , '.-? , f FURNISHED ROOMS WITH BOARD. t A well-furnished sul'.e t reons, with ue of parlor, and. If "desired, Vood taMs board, at reasonable rates. 403 Du-ane-treet, eornr sf Ninth. s . XETS. WANTED. Smalt mesa aota wanted, also second hand aetno, old web bought. nna FOARD & STOKES CO. HERMAN JUST RHCHIVOD The Reliable Clothier and Hatter. FOR SALE-GREAT BARO-ATNi AT GEARHART PARK. ' . , . Two of th? very -best lots to be sold at auction for cash to the; -highest bidder, Friday, August 16, becivee;i 10 uind 11 o'clock a. m., at Gearhart Park. Lots 12 and 21, Block 10, near the "Cut birth Cottage," lots valued at $250.00 each. If you cannot be present, send bids to R. N. Wright, Gearhart Park. NOTICE. . The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Odd Fellows' Land ami Building Association will be held a.t Odd Fellows' Hall on Thursday, August 22d, at 2 o'clock p. m. By order of the President. A. J. MEGLER, Secretary. The World's Tests shon-d :. - J powder to p-jr f ; ' r',t- I ft tenv- PIANO TUNING. For piano tuning, please leave orders at Criflin & Reed's book stor?, Commer cial street, or address Th. Frederlkson, Piano Tuner, 2071 Bond street. Telephone No. 24. Will you be atta, Astoria's Reaatta? If uo you should getta, A Sn' and II itt i, Frm The Rellabia Clorbter and EitU r. HOTEL ARRIVALS. ASTOR HOUSE. Chas McCanly, 6t. S Salvatare, City. M Johnson, City J Jensen, City Frank Nichols, Cityj Dan Nickles, City. Andrew Johnson, II. Gimerson, Knapp- Wlnlock, Wn 1 ton. P M Mess, Mt Angel E Sweeney, S F. A Relschman, Mt. Nick Ltguire, Ham- Anga. j llton, Or. P Relschman-, Mt. N P Salisbury, Ptld Angel. Mrs C E S toner, G Relschman, Ch- Sarah, Wn. nook. A E Holme, S F Win. Relschman, Il-I Jno J Brannon, Ptld waoo. A Anderson, City. A Marlam, City J W Marson, City. S Fcranm, City. j Geo Sutherland; Wst O Amico, City. uort Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.' Most Perfect Made. 40 Years the Standard. FOR THE CAMPAIGN! The Omaha WEEPY BEE will be sent lo nny address in lliis country or Cnun-1 1 from now to " December 31, 1895 FOR 25 CENTS. Send orders nt once to Ttie Omaha Bee, 1 Omoha, Neb Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. White Iid Slippersr ' 'White Kd Oxfor3s -J ' ' White Canvas Oxfords In Itmjrtnjr these goods from us Tot KTauliaTTon ung- -era - be suited here just as well as though they had , sent to Sn FraiH'isco and had the goods nude for them. JOHN HAHN & CO. WISE, nnnnniiiuiniininniQ 5 Sift one qnart of flour, two rounding tna C spoonfuls of halting powder, and one tua S uoont'iil of Bait into n bowl: add three tea- 5 spoonfuls nf C(lTT()hi;M: and rub to-5 - gettier nntu thoroiiKtiiy mixed; tnen add Z BUtticipnt milk to niakn a soft donirh : knead a slichtly, roll out about half an inch thick, 3 S and out with a small biscuit outter. Place a a s little apart in a greased pan, and bako in a 3 . S quick oven for hlteen or twenty minutes. 3 S These biecuitti hould beadelicate brown top 5 5 white when broken open. 5 The secret of succpss in this re- cipe, as in others, is to use but I two-thirds as much Cottolcne as 3 you used to use of lard. 3 will make the biscuit light, deli cious, wholesome. Better than any biscuit you ever made before. Try it. Be sure and get genuine Cotto- 5 lene. Sold everywhere in tins with trade-marks " Cottolene " and steer's head in cotton-plant wreath on every tin. THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, St. Louis, a Chicago, Snii tmRrlMo, PorlUod, Urffoa, a Riliiiuiiuii'uiuiiiiiiuiiiiiiliiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuniii Tiicso till V C-i. k.:i ... . to Balsam ct C'.e'utiiti, -. Cubcli3 an Ij..vtioiu. (- f-'i'l; J They euro iu 40 hours tho v. J j j same diseases without any!;'- r,. venionce, SOLD DY Ail CG.-'SIS1 PACIFIC COflWlSSIOJI GOPHPANY. Brokers and CommUsion Merchants. Consignments Solicited of Poultry, Eggs, But'fr, Fruit, Flour, Feed, Grain, etc. Returns Made QtticU. Oooda Sold at Wholesale. No. uj Twelfth St. Astoria, Gr. HEART DISEASE, like many other ailments when they have taken hold of the system, never gots hotter of Its own accord, but Constantly crows worse. There are thousands who know tbey have a defective heart, but Trill, not admit the fact. They don't want tbclr friends to worry, and Don't knoto tvhat to take for it, as they have been told time and again that heart disease was incurable. Such was the case of Mr. Silas Farloy of Dye svtllo, Ohio who writes June 19, 1G94, as follows: "I hed heart disease for S3 years, icy heart hurting me almost continually. The first 15 yoars I doctored all the time, trying several physicians and remedies, until my last doctor told me it was only a question of tine as I could not bo cured. I gradually grew worse, very veak, and completely dis couraged, ont.il I lived, propped h:i!i up in bed, because 1 eouiett't lie rfotrr l-or Kit -.ir. TMr.'. ily what I vactnS aono TT'ica 1 was But on the first day of March on gene. the recommendation of iji-s. Fannie. Jones, of Anderson, Ind., I commenced tfikine Dr. Jules' Xcso Ctera for the Heart and wonderful to tell, iu ten dr.ys I was working at light wcrk and on J'.rch 19 com menced framing a barn, whkh Is heavy work, and I hav'nt lost a day since. I am 56 yoars old, 6 ft. ' J inches and weigh 2501bs. J believe I am fully cured, an lam dow only anxious hat everyone shall know of your wonderful remedies." Dyesvllle, Ohio. Silas Farut. DrrWlles Heart Cure is sHi on a preitlre guarantee that the first bottle will benefit. AlldragglstssellltattL S bottles for IS or it will be sent, prepaid on leceipt of price by the Dr. ililos aiedlcalCo!, Eikhart, jtnd. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Restores Health nunniiiniiiiinnniiuiiniinninni Stolen Prices Way Down Clatsop Beach TIME CARD Of THE Seashore Hailmay Company In Kffcct July 19, 1895. r.o.Mn li-.ivi) Aitoria one half lour b-Cure trains l-.uvos b id.'o. TRAINS LKVE BK1DGI'. Tims. ii . m ::3.i u. 111 t.l t-:l" I', i" i p. 111. tuturijuy... 7 p 111. Sulurtluy ... i l i 111. Siiiuliiy.. CO-NEtTlO.-B. Mtl t l-uat-. fioin I'on U (1. ol (rum istotiit U.i) ' uat from i'ortl n J llo t f oul A t ria imir fioin I'cri and and Asm in, tcauier ret ir fr'-m I'ort- 1-ni . ami Asti) 111. :a!8 IMMII Ahlorill TUA X8 l.KAVE SK sli K iu i 11 tl : !5 p. ui ii. ij p. 111 J: I j p. 111. Untur .i.y. : I j p. in Sa urJay. J p. Ul. lllll.ll) I'Ky boats fur I'urlmlid. U,.al lur rtsi r a sU Lo -t fur I'uiilim I. ii u' f r nti.o in. , ilu Is fur Ast ii ami I'ort land. . -uun;r I'll t- r f r lwauo. aia lur AHuili i.ud I orl-l.m-1. Dally c- .fi-j;t Monday tbii.ty 11 .i .-cpt niiiiu y an I r-'iu ay. l or 'reia'tu and pusm utter r to apply lo (J. 1- l.l iall'.i., .-up't., M..ghiru Itu.l. a; ' n,buasid .Ore. WArtTEi ' WANTED Second hand . copy Black stone. Address T. B care Astorlan.' WANTED Immediately, & girl to 4o second Rirl's work in private family. In quire at this ofllce. WANTED A girl to do- general house wjrk in sv.nall family at N. W. corner or J.'.i a..d Harrison streets. WANTED Ti exchange House and lot in Portland for Astoria property, or acre age n-.ar Astoria. Address "M," this of fice. WANTED Agenw to represent the ..Id National lile Insurance Co., of .Montpelier, Vt. For further lulorma iluu, address U. M. Stolp, General Coast Manager, &2-t4 Crocker Building, San r'ranciseo. Cal. WANTED Man or lady to colltot,' do some ofllce work, and manage agents. You 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, Mo, 75.000 PER WEEK using and selling Dynamos for plating watches, Jewelry, and table ware. Plates gold, silver, nickel, etc., same as new goods. Dif ferent sizes for agents, families and shops. Easy operated; no experience; big profits. W. P. Harrison & Co., Clerk No. 14, Columbus, Ohio. FOR HALE. FOR SALE 500 yards of earth sxca- vated from tunnel, to be delivered oa" premises. Pac.flc Paying Co. JAPANESE GOODS-Just out Just re ceivedjust what you want, at Wing Lee's, 543 Commercial street. A good buy at Long Beach. Nine room house. Furnished complete for summer travel. For description and terms in quire at Real Estate Exchange, Occident Budding. FOUND. FOUND A silver witch, which the cwner can have by calling at this offlcs and proving property. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished rooms; good lo cation fronting river. Capt. P. E. Fer oh$n, 330 17Ua street. TO RENT House of 4 rooms and bath room, and modem conveniences. Just built. Apply J, E. Ferguson. FOiX IthlNT A nicely furnished mod- era bouse. For particulars inquire of Mrs. Smith, corner of (th and Irving avenue, or A. R. Cyrus, 487 Commercial street. LOST. LOSTVrbursday night, about 10 o'clock 129 fathoms of net. Corks branded p. II, Warren. Pleat return' to Warren's sta tion. trior a m nxrT"a nniw ih. F! 1 nsxri niipM. 1vm tf.ihn.il mrJ clearness to the compie-ion and cuies Constipation. 76 tt, SO eta . J1.00. or sals Dy j. w. coon.