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THE' DAILY ASTORIAJN, ASTOK1A, THURSDAY MORN1NH, AUGUST 15, 1895.
fJ I IN V J P-l WW V 'K I E J t for Infants and Children. MOTHERS, Do You Know that Paregoric, Bateman's Drops, Godfrey' Cordial, many totalled Soothing Syrups, aud most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine? ftp Yon Know that opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons? po Vow Know that in most countries druggists are not permitted to sell narcotics Without labeling them poisons ? Io Vow Know that you should not permit any medicine to be given your child unless you or your physician know of what it is composed ? po Yoa Know that Castoria Is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of its Ingredients is published with every bottle ? Bo 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 Von Know that the Tatent Office Department of the United States, and of other countries, have issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word 44 Castoria " and its formula, and that to imitate thenrMs a state prison offense ? Io Von Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection was because Castoria had been proven to be absolutely harmless ? Io Von Know that 33' average doses of Castoria are furnished for 33 cents, or one cent a dose? Ho Yon Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your children may be kept well, aud that yoa may have unbroken rest? Well, these hlnga are worth knowing. They are facts. The facsimile signature Children Cry for E22s2 STATE OfAIi SCHOOIi Monmonth, Oregon. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS. I 4 .t Mattl felt j ji" p """srfSM -well-trained teachers. There is an over supply of untrained teachers, Catalogues Cheerfully Sent on Application. Address Or W. A. WANN, P.X. CAMPBELL, Secretary. President. UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, 1895-1896. THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eugene, Oregon, offers free tuition to ol students. ' Young men can obtain board, lodging, beat and ligbt in the dormitory for $2.50 per week. Roomers furnish their own liueD. Young women are provided with board in private families at $3.00 per week. Young women desiring board should address Prof. John Straup, Eugene, Oregon ; or Secretary Young Women's Christian Association, Eugene. The University offers three baccalaureate degrees, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science and courses of study. The following shorter leading in two years to b bneSnrs.' diploma and in three years to tho title graduate in English; an advanced cou:e fur graduates of normal schools leading to the de gree master of pe.lagoy ; a "three years' ooSrse in civil engineering leading to the degree civil engineer; a course of two years for teachers of physical education leading to a diploma aud the title director of physical education. , The University charges an incidental fee of ten dollars, which is payable in advance by all students. Students holding diplomas from the publio schools and those having teachers' cer tificates are admitted to the preparatory department without examination. Thos desiring information regarding the preparatory department should address the dean, N. L. Narregan, Eugene. " For catalogues and information address C. H. Chapman, President, or J. J Walton, Secretary, Eugene, Oregon. SEASIDE SflWVIILIi. A complete etoek of lumber on hand In- the rough or dressed. Flooring, rus tic, celling, and all kinds of finish ; mouldings and shingles; also bracket work done to order. Terms reasonable and prices at bedrock. All orders promptly attended to. Office and yard at mill. H. w. Ii. LOG AN, Prop'r. Heaairie. Oregon. . A FAST ABEND, GENERAL CONTRACTOR, PILE DRIVER HOUSE, BRIDGE AffD WHARF BUILDER. Address, box 180, Postoffice. ASTORIA. OR North Paeifie Breiaery JOHN KOPP.Prop Bohemian Lager Beer And XX PORTER. Leave order with J. L. Carlson at the Surmyslde Saloon or Louis Boentge at the Cosmopolitan Saloon. All orders will be promptly attended to. EVLRY TitOUiSITE FOR . : first Class Funerals : --AT- POHLi'S Undertaking Parlors, THIRD STREET. Rites Reonit Embalming Spclltr Easy to take, sure cure, no pain, noth ing to dread, p'.easant little pii:s. De Wltfs Little Eir'.y Risers. Best for Sick Headache, Biliousness, 6our Stomach, and Constipation. i on every wrapper. Pitcher's Castoria. Complete Eight Grade Train ing Department and t-trong pro fessional and academic courses. The Diploma of tho school entitles one to teacli in any County in the State without further examination. Board and Lodging, Cooks and 1 union, $150 per year. Beautiful and healthful loca tion. No saloons. , There is a eood demand for Bachelor of Letters, with corresponding courses are alsoofiered: An English course . i t j iTT.Ti-iri.. fpnwm Bold by Druggists or sent by mail 25c. 6UC, and $1.00 per package. Samples free. TFrt 'Pfl Tho Favorite I00IH POTOn JuLU ilUforUioToett'.wiXlrcaUi,2io, For Sale by 5. W. Ccnn. J. B. WYATT, Astoria, Oregon. Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Groceries, Provisions, PAINTS and OILS. Special Attention Pld to Supplying Ships. TtfE ASTORIA SAVINGS BflfJK Acts as trustee for corporations and individuals. Deposits solicited. Interest will be allowed on savin in deposits at the rate of 4 per cent per annum. J. Q. A. BOWLBT President BKNJ. YOUNG Vice President FRANK PATTON Cashier DIRECTORS. J. Q. A. Bowlby,. C. H. Page. BenJ Young, A. S. Reed, D. P. Thompson W. E, Dement, Gust Holmes. , ilP lib 1350, FOB A CftSE IT WILL NOT CURE, ti Tide Table for August, 1,895. IllOa WATER, LOW WATER. DATE. A. M. P. M. h.m ft. h.m ft! h.m ft. h.m ft Tliursduv ii at' ma 9 42 7 91 10 43:8 0 11 80 HO 4 2,1, 510 6 02 -0 61 -1 1 4 08i8 Friday ..,'1 Saturday.. 8 6121 -17 6 Oli SUNDAY.. 4 1 306 9 6 41 715! 13 6 49 Monday. 6 is 1 47 212 2 3(i 25H 1 1 7 37! Wwinemlay 7 7 4 -0 8 8 01 1 801 8 011: -04 -01 8 351 i uurKuuy. FrliUv. ... 2 0T) 2 4:.' 8 21 4 0f 4 57 8 81 9 Of 9 8f 8 24 853 930 950 10 21 002 -0 4 Saturday.. 10 8 52 8 0 0 9 1016 11 03 SUNDAY .11 4SOi8 0 14 Monday.. ,.12 Tiifsday . . l;i Weda'sd'y 11 Thursday..!.') 612 8 0 19 6 01 6 6; 1 1 1100 1158 7 2.li 8 51) 664 1 1 0 8 0 5 7 5H 2 SO 840 4 40 1 r ruiuy It SjiturilHV V, 10 Id 9 0S 1-0 2 800 4 24 6 26 6 20 70H 7 6i II 16 10 lOj 11 12 12 41 1 10 165 2 S3 -0 8 SUNDAY IX 13 02 681 1 8 -16 Monday.. ..if 6 16 6 50 737 816 865 9 35 10 15 10 65 0 85 iufHcmy...u 010 100 1511 2 8!) 8 30 -16 :-i 3 '-0 7 Thureday :ii Friday ....K 8 44 9 30 SON 86 3 50H6 4 :8 5 618 3 6 12,7 9 714 7 6 82217 4 9 3074 102876 00 08 16 25 nam may . SUNDAY. !io 10 25 1130 11 48 1 4 2f Monday .. 2 Tllt-ttllnv 9". 5 0 41 bH 04 08 01 -02 -04 Wedn'sd'y 8 25 3 0 152 804 4 00 1 091 2 49 410 6 07 inursuay 10 06 5 1 11 CfJ,5fl 11 fcsfJll rrmay no nnturdny. HI 4 6ti ALONG TllR WATER FRONT. TUB CLIMATE 13 O. K. Aflllcitlon sore long time foe bore. Physicians wuz ln vain; So for torn cod fished he, Breathed ozone from the sea, And now he is healthy again. The pilot schooner San, Jose will be r.ady to proceed to sea on the 1st of Sep, tem'ber. The Keystone came over from Chinook yesterday afternoon loaded down to the waters edge with men and canned salm on. Thi? Rt. -Jl.mfr p-jlUK la n.tn laM ut. n the winter. Extensive repairs will be maae to nor before the next cannery S'.a son. The Sierra Parlmj. did not onmnlAfa loading her salmon cargo yesterday thOllh eve-rvbodv worked hflrrl .in n-at the Job finished. All the salmon will be aboard ty o clock this morning. Tho fogs cf the last few days along the lower river have rendered navigation ex tremely difficult, but thanks to the care exercised .by steamboat managers, then have been no collisions or accidents ot any kind. The Robarts crossed In ovut the bar today from Marshfleld, says the West. where she loaded with 30 tons of coal for the cannery. After she discharges freight, she will leave for Taqulna, on bunday afternoon, about 4 o clock. From all outward appearances, no worK cf propagating salmon will be don.? in our hatchery this year, says the Florence West. Notwithstanding there is $500 ap propriated and the season, Is nearly on, no move has been made, to catch fish. A dense emoke obscured the mouth of the river all day yesterday until about 4:30, In the afternoon, when a thirty mile foreez; blew It away, and enabled the observers at the Cape to take a lode around. There were no vessels In sight Just before the arrival ot tint eteamer Columbia im the cky from San Fran cisco, yesterday morning, Mrs. T. O. Thayer, of Portland, gave Wrth to a healthy 'boy. As sodii as the boat reach' eJ her dock, Dr. J. A. Fulton, was sent for and pronounced both mother and child getting along nicely, and quite able to bear the trip up the river to Port land. Two weeks before the Damson Hill reached port the ship's carpenter fell down the forward hold, breaking one of his ribs. The next day one of the seamen. George Caswell, fell from aloft onto the dick and seriously Injured 'his back ana right leg. Caswell was taken to the hos pital yesterday. The carpenter is im proving and is In quarters aboard the vessel. When the battle ship Indiana Is com missioned she will be the most formidable; vessel in The navy. Last spring Capt. Boibly D. Evans preferred a request to command her, but Intimated that lie would like to remain, on the New York until after the Ilel celebration. As "Fighting Bob" is a Ifriend of the presi dent sutllciently intimate to go duck shooting with him, there Is a stronir prob ability that he will get what he ask3 for. Myers' cannery began operations for the .season, yetserday, and presented a busy appearunoe, says the Seattle Post Intelligencer. The expert paulmrs, some of them employed by Mr. Myers for 18 years, were rushing -herd and there, and the fishermen were busy unloading their queer, Cat-bottomed boats, which were well filled with thi first catch of oilmon, amounting to over 1,200, caught near Mu kllteo. The ouMook is fair for a good catch, and the fishermen are authority for the statement that this 19 the year for it. Thes hardy fellows 'have made all preparations, and for the next three morwhs will be up and about late and early. Mr. Myers and his assistant, Wil liam Stewart, were both on hand when the wheels started, and later In the day the former went down the Sound to look after some of the boats. The P. I. says "Oscar Lawrence, kper of the Clark & Bartlett boatliouie, at the foot of Union, street, had a thrilling en counter with a gang of water front pi rates at 2 o'clock yesterday morning and rescued two of the thieves from drowning. Mr. Lawrence sleeps In the loft of the boat'heuse, and has a faithful dog which sleeps lust outside of his door, and a: the slightest sound Is aroused and awak ens his master. A loud splashing la the direction of a sealing boat which wjb anchored near the railroad trestle, aoo:i told the story that In trying to steal the bout, one of the thieves had fallen into the water. Lawrence; in a boat, started in pursui t, and soon 'picked up a man, helping him to a float, from which he soon made shore and, escaped. There e.ems to haive been four of t'he men. two having escaped in the boat In which they came. The fog wa3 deruss and Law rence though he heard a cry for help, lie rowed around among th. plies for half an hour, and finally found another man clinging to a pile. He pulled the t. How aboard the boat and landed nlm at the boat'house. The man appeared to be well dressed but was much fatigued with his drenching. He aaked for whisky, but while Lawrence was unlocking a door to get It, he escaped sUervtly, probably going ashore. His silence while hanging to the pile was probably for fear of being shot."' The steamer Columbia came in from San Francisco yesterday morning with forty passengers and at 1:30 in the after noon left up the river for Portland. She has been entirely renovated and is prac tically new and very greatly improved. Eighty new steel plate have been laid along her keel and both forward and aft where before railings ran round the lower decks everything lias ben covered In. The boilers are entirely new, and the en gine contains a new high pressure cylln-d-r. Everything below is now worked with forced draught. A camplete elec tric light plant has bca put aboard wfclch besides running several hundred Incandes cent lamps, operates a iarg? searchlight which runs on aperies of rillroid tracks forward of the captain's bridge. The main dek Is laid in beautiful white c?dar, showing a perfect grnl.i, an! bordered the whole way a!.rr.s by str ps of black polished walnut. A magnlncint set ot lavatories and bathroom has takes th- THE EQUITABLE LIFE OP NEW YORK Is Che strongest and best managed life Insurance company on the face of the earth. Our rates are no higher than o till ers, for the same kind of a policy, and our contract is so much more liberal to the insurer that you cannot afford to take anything else but an Equitable pot Icy. Irresponsl'Me travelling agents will misrepresent facts to you by trying to make you believe that whit they have Is Just as good as the Equitable. By consulting the insurance commissioner's reports you will discover the falsehood. There is no company, "Just as good." The Equitable Is now and lias been for fifteen years past THE best. L, Samuel, Eugene Samuel, special egents. place of former arrangements in this re spect, and all the furniture In the cabins and saloons has been changed and im proved. Nearly $200,000 has been spent In the repairs. Mr. George Jackson, of the Union Iron Works, Sanl1 Francisco, 'has temporarily taken the place of Chief Engineer Van Duser, who has not yet re covered from a severe Illness. Mr. Jack son has charge of the engine room work of all trial speed tests of new steamers and cruisers turned, out by the Unin Iron Works. Yesterday morning, says tho Ledger, the government snaff boat Skagit cleaned out the channel of the Puyallup river as far up as the naphtha launch works by removing the snags and sunken, piles. Some time ago Capt. Ludlow, of the steamer Laurel, complained to Captain Jefferson, of the Skagit, of the condition of the river. Accordingly, yesterday morning Capt. Jefferson sent word to Capt. Sudlow and asked him to take him up the rrver. The trip was made, and as a result, the channel, which has been In bad shape, Is now clear. The sunken piles were blasted out. A party of sur veyors aib work in the vicinity had placed their marks on some of ths piles and protested against their removal While their protest was being courteously listen ed to by Capt. Jeffersonv marks, piles and all sailed skyward, the charge having been fired. Returning to the lower part of the harbor the Skagit blew up the old tank of the sunken hulk Messenger and then steamer out of the harbor for the Skagit river where she Is stationed. The British steamer Bawmmore will stll today for Payta, Peru, with a large cargo of general merchandise for Central end South American ports, Including building material, lumber, wine, cement, kerosene, beer, rice, live stock, carriages, coke, lime, machinery, furniture, etc., says the Commercial Nenvs. She also has two large copper bottomed sugar barges that aro stow! on the deck aft. The Bawnmore Is not exactly a beauty to look at, but she Is one of the strongest steamers afloat, and that Bhe is a fast sailer is proved by 'the fact that she made the trip from hero to Payta In 15 days. Hist lower deck Is divided by fore and aft and athwartship steel bulkheads Into tanks for carrying petroleum. These tanks, at the hatchways, extend through the 'tween, diecks to the upper deck. When loading, the tanks are filled to about two- thirds up from 'tween decks to the top of the hatch, so that whatever the posi tion the vessel is In at sea the lower hold is always full of oil. Captin Woodslde claims that the Bawnmore Is practically unsinkable. He says that If the bottom wen taken out of her and a number of the tanfts punctured In a collision, or oth. erwlse, as long as two tanks held togeth er, the vessel would float. The Bawnmore will go from here first to Astoria, Or., and then up to Portland, where she will take on a shipment of flour for Central Amer ica. This will be stowed In the 'tween decks, which are perfectly clean and sweet, in fact, strange to say, not a smell of oil can be detected tnroughout the ves sel. 'One of the midship tanks contains now 700. tons, or about 210,000 gallons cf oil. This will be pumped out at Fortlana for the gas company there, and then the flour will be taken In. Captain Woodslde Is accompanied by his wife. The U. 5. Gov't Reports Show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. SUMMER SCHEDULE OF THE O. R. & N. STEASIERS. T. J. Potter. Leaves Portland Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 1 a. m., Wed nesday at 8 a. m., and. Saturday at 1 p. m. Leaves Iliwaco Wednesday and Sun day at 7 p. m. tides permltitjng. Leaves Astor.a Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Fr.day at 7 p. m., saw Wednesday and Sunday upon arrival from Iiwaco in the evening. On Wednesday and Saturday the Potter will run through to Ilwaco, leaving here directly upon arrival from Portland. R. R. Thompson. Leaves Portland Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at t p. m., and Saturday at 10 p. m. Leaves Astoria dally, except Sunday, at 6:45 a. m. Harvest Queen. Leaves Astoria Wednesday and Sunday at 7 p. m.; leaves Portland Wednesday and Saturday at 7 a. m. North Pacific. Leaves Astoria for 'Iliwaco Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, 'Thursday, Friday. and Saturday at 5 a. m., also Monday, Tuesday, Thursday ana Fr day at 2 p. m. Leaves Astoria for Youngs bay Wednesday and Saturday upon arrival of Potter from Portland. Will make regular Sunday excursions to Ilwaco. Leaving time to be advertised in paper for each excursion. FARES. To Long Beach and Clatsop, 11.50 round trip. To Ilwaco, S1.00 round' trip. For details apply to the city office of the O. R. and N. ASSIGNEE'S SALE. NUice is hereby given that the under signed, Assignee of I. W. Oass, will sell at public auction to tfhe highest bidder for cash in United States gold coin, on Saturday, August 24th, 18, at ths hour of 10 o'clock In the forenoon, the follow ing described buildtngB, which are sit uated on leased ground subject to re moval, to-wit: 1st That certain building occupied by Caroaihan & Co., as a store, on the cor ner of lUth and Bond streets. 2nd That certain two-story frame build ii.g situated on tre southwest corner of the intersertloa of 12th and Commercial streets, and occupied on the first floor as a fruit store and barber shop. 3rd The bulkUng fronoing on Commer cial street bet, w en lotlh end llKih streets, known as the Bee Hive. Ail of said buildings in the City of Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon. The Assignee reserves the right to re ject any and aU bids. D. K. WARREN, Assignee. WORTHY OF NOTICE. There is" nothing but bold, clear-cut truth la the statement that to secure per fect fit, quality and style In your shoes at the lowest reasonable prices you must go to the firm of John Hahn & Co., 47 Commercial street. NETS WANTED. Small mesh nets wanted, aid seor' bend seine, old we bought. FOARD sc STOKES CO. Dr. Ertce's Cream Baking Powder ton taut M AsBOMots er Alsua. j Is ths making of a pie. The i making of a criso crust dencnd9 I largely upon the shortening. Use Cottolenc, the new vegetable ; shortening, instead of lard, and itioggincss will be an unknown t ; element in your pastry. ' should always be economically' I useu two-uiirus as mucu (.otto-1 I lene as you would ordinarily use of lard or butter, being ample to produce the most desirable re- j suits. The saying in a year rep- f i resents a considerable item, i j There are many imitations of I I lottoicne ; you should therefore De caret ul to get the genuine. Rold eTerrwhen In tin, with traila-mirka c j -uouoiene- ana irfr't nraa in rof((.iaiil i i wtmia od every tin. jnaae only bf I THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. SI. Louis, lairtvgc. mh r rnnriwD, rnriiua. uiffra.. : V C. R.F. P UNION PICNIC Read! Head! Read! RESOLUTION I Resolved, That the 0. R. F. P. Union give annually a picmo at the end of every fishing season. Resolved, That the proceeds acoruinv from such picnics shall be plared in a fond by itself, and be known as the C. R. F. P. Union's Benevolent Fund, and be utilized only to assist widows and orphans ot drowned finhermou who shall be in good standing when deceased. Said fund to be placed in the hands of the Secretary and audited by the Central Board, bnt shall otherwise be managed and disbursed by the general meeting only, , Further resolved, That a committee on arrangements be appointed each year at the regular meeting in July, aud said oommittee shall consist ot Kecretary and Patrolman and one from each cannery, the latter to be named by the fishermen representing the various canneries. A Grand Object. Let Us fill Turn Out AND fdake This a Great Success From Astoria to Seaside and return, with dance on tho picmo ground and at Fisher's Hall in the evening. Splendid musio. All for tL The O. R, & N. Co.'s steamer wiil leave their dock Sunday, August 18, 1895 At 8:45 o'clock a. m. sharp. $1.00 ALL FOR $1.00 Tickets for sale at the Union office ind by members of the committee at the different canneries. By order Committee of Arrangemeu'i. SAVE YOUR SHOES V AMES ? E SHOE E PRO- tector is warranted to Y make the sole wear as Y Olong as the remainder of n any ordinary shoe, and U II to save from 20 to 60 J times its cost in repairs. Causes the shoe to be easy, elastic and springy. ( A true godsend to heavy 1 eopie unu ncuus ui mic S families. Sent prepaid C for 10 cents. Send stamp Jj for catalogue and testi- Jj inonials. Agents wanted. 0 Crocker & Ames, 619 U E Montgomery St., S. I p O PAT. APPLIED FOR C SAVE YOUR SHOES NOTICE. The partnership heretofore existing be tween C. J. Greenlund and Anton Brlz florists, Is hereby dissolved by mutual consent, and all debts of the said firm will be paid by C. J Greenlund and C. O. Palmberg, and all buUtandlng accounts are due and payable to them. C. J. GREENLUND, ANTON BRIX. fitomich and bowel complaints are best relieved by the timely use of DeWttt's Colic and Cholera Cure. Insist on hav ing this preparation. Don't take any other. SHrLOH'B CURE is sold on a gvar ntee. It cures Incipient consumption, t Is the best Cough Cure. Only ons ent a de. W ent, M c"-, end $1.0. for Bale by J. W. Coon. Canadian Pacific RAILWAY. AMERICA'S Gratest Trans Railway System. TO -IN- Palace Dining Room and Sleeping Cars. Luxurious Dining Cars. Elegant Day Coaches. ALSO - Observation Cars, allowing Unbroken Views of the Wonderful Mount ain Country. $5.00 and $10.00 Saved on all tickets Eaat. Tourist car the heat nn whppl. tniilmnuiita nf thu lira flroit . - v. ... ,.UV. throughout. -ALS0-Canadlan Pacific T0- China and Japan. China steamers.leave Vancouver, B. C. Empresj of India Empress of Japan Empress of China Empress of India Empress of Jaran Empress of China Aug. ;th. Aug a6th. Sept. 16th. Oct I4lh, Nov. nth. Dec, 9th. Australian steamer leavs Vancouver, B. C , 16th of every month. For ticket rates and Information call on or address JAS. FINLAYSON, Agent, Astoria, (Jr. W. F. Carson, Traveling Pass. Agt., Tacoma, Wash. ueo. mcL. tirown, uist. rass. Agt., Jist. f ass. Vancouver r, b. C. Indio The oasis of the Colorado Desert a rw T-jealth esort BELOW THE LEVEL OF THE SEA Absolutely Dry and Pure Tropical Climate Pronounced by Physicians the most Favorable in America for Sufferers from ... Lung Diseases and Rheumatism Many Remarkable Cures The objections urged against Indio In the past by the large numbers who otherwise would have been glad to tak advantage ot Us beneficial climate, has been 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 applicant! at reasonable rates. They are fur nit hed with modern conveniences, sup plied with pure artesian water, and no situated as to gove occupants all the advantages to be derived from a more or less protracted residence In this de lifhtful climate. (From the San Francisco Argonaut.) "In the heart of the great desert ol the Colorado whloh the Southern Pa- cilio road traverses there is an oasis called Indio, which, In our opinion, li the sanitarium of the eartn. we De lieve, from personal Investigation, thai for certain Invalids, the-e Is no spot 01 this planet so favorable." Q. T. Stewart. M. L., write: "The purity of tho air, and the eternal sun shine, fill one with wonder and 'delight Nature has accomplished sc 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, imn atmosphere and pure water. What more can be desired? It Is the place, above all others, for lung troubles, and a paradise for rheu matics. 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 Is 612 miles from SAN FRANCISCO and 130 miles from LOS ANttELES Fare from Los Angeles 3.00 For further Information Inquire of any Southern Paclflo Company agent, or address E. P. ROGERS, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. S. P. Co. J. B. KIRKLAND, rw. p, Art Cor. First ind Aider Bts Portland, ur, PROFESSIONAL CAUi IL A, SMITH DEXTIST. Rooms I and 2, Pythian xv.lkih; over C. H. Cooper's store. German Physician. K..-1. i'tic. DR. B ARTEL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGiiUN. Office over Albert Dunbur 3 stc.re, cor. 9th and Co.imerclal. I"rlees: C'a!ifl, i; r-tonniiementu, 110.00. Operations at office free; medicines furnlalud. W. C. LOGAN, D. D. S., DENTAL PARLORS. Mansell Block, 673 Third street. DR. EILIV JANSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Olsen's drug store.- Hour, 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 6 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sun days, 10 to 11. . J. S. BISHOP, M. D., j HOMEOPATH 1ST. Office and rooms In Kinney .Block. Office Hours, 10 to 12:30 and 4 to 6:20 Surgery and Disease of Women a Spe--cialty. LIBERTY P. MULLINIX. M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office. 684tt Third sr., Astoria, Ore. Special attention given to all chronl diseases. DR. O. Bi ESTES. PHYSICI N AND SURGEON. Special attention to diseases of wom en and surgery. Office over Danslger's store. Aro',,s Telephone To. 52. JAY TUTTLK. U. D. PHYSICIAN. SURGEON, AND AOCOUCHEUR. Office, Rooms 4 and , Pythian Building. Hours, 10 to 12 and 3 to 6. Residence, 639, Cedar street DOCTOR ALFRED KINNEY, OFFICE AT HI8 RESIDENCE. May be found In his office until II o'clock mornings, from 12 noon until 1 p. m., and from 6 until 7:30 evenings. W. M. LaForce. S. B. Smith. LaFORCB & SMITH, ATTORNEYS-AT-YAW, 885 Commercial street. J. Q. A. BOWLBY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Office on Second Street. 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. All legal and col lection business promptly attended to. Claims against the government a spe cialty. 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. G. HOWELL, W, M. B. C. HOLDEN, Soaratary.' MISCELLANEOUS. ' WHEN IN PORTLAND Call on Handley & Haas, 150 First street, and get the Dally Astorlan. Visitors need not miss their morning paper While there. --. BEVERAGES. WINES AND BRANDIES.-TJse Zln fandel wine Instead of coffee or tea. ' Fifty cents per gallon.' Don't forget peach and apricot brandy. Also French Cognao and wine at Alex Gilbert's. A. V. ALLEN, DEALER IN ' Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies. Cor. Cut aud Squemoque Streets. Astoria, Ort S. H. WILLETT, PLUMBING, Gas and Steam Fitting:, Hot Air, Steam and Water Heatlng.-' 179 Twelfth street. Astoria. Or. FREEMAN & HOLMES. Blacksmiths. Special attention paid to steamboat re pairing, flrst-class horseshoeing, etc. LOGGING CflfflP ttJORK A SPECIALTY 197 plney street, between Third and and Fourth. Astoria, Or. . BUCKLEN'3 ARNICA SALVE. The best salve In the world foi Cuts. Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Bores, Tetter. Chapped Hands. Chilblains. Con s, nnd All Skin Erup tions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price, 25 cents per tox. For ssle 6y Chas. Rogers. Odd Fellows' building. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. THE REASONS 17HV Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil and ifypopliosphites Is so useful in all wasting diseases, such as Consumption, Anosmia, Scrofula, Rheumatism, . Bron chitis, and Marasmus and Rick ets in children, is because it furnishes to the depleted blood the fattening and ' enriching properties of the oil, and to the bones and nervous system the phosphorescent and vitalis ing propertied of the Hypophos phites, which together nourish the body arrest the progress of the disease, and commence a process of repair that iiuz.ll? means restored health and vic-r. Don't btprrtaadei to accept a tuiiti&U! vtt h it, Yl hil(itWH WVV. t.T. 0