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THE DAILY ASTOltlAN. ASTORIA, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20, 1895.
Cream White, Cardinal, La vend ar', $ Pink, X $ Blue and $ I Black $ Silk Gloves ! 24 and 30 Inches long. Just w what you want for the ball next Tuesday. g filbert Dtotaf i as The Moat Perfect Klttlnu j Corsets Are the t. N. YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. Local weather for the twoney-four hours ending at 6 p. m. yesterday, furnished by the United States department of agri culture weather bureau: (Maximum itontperalture, 65 degrees. (Minimum temperature, 48 degrees. Precipitation, none. Total precipitation from September 1st, 1SH to date, 7S.06 Inches. Excess of precipitation from September 1st, 1894, ito date, 4.40 inches. BUSINESS LOCALS. Try Smith's Ice cream. Gat your milk of Reltih & Wilson. Fresh candle every morning at Smith's. Sweet cream at Smith's 20 cents pint. Fresh candles every hour at the Bon bonnlere. Tennis shoes At Copeland & Thorsen's new shoe store, Bottle of Gambrlnus beer and sandwich, ID cents, at Jos. Terp's. Misses and Children's tan Oxfords at Copeland & Thorsen's. Curling irons, 5 cents each, at the Esres-Craln Drug S.ore. . Tan button shoes for Misses and Chil dren at CopeijuJ & Thorsen's. THE SAME PLACE-118 12th street It the placo to buy fresh fish evory day. . Meany is the leading tailor and pay the hlgbai wish prici- f.r fur skins The Astorian will hereafter be foun on sale at McGulre's Hotel at S aside. Our milk Is guaranteed strictly pure and fresh from the cow daily. Reitt. & Wilson. GRAEFE & PLANK No. 628 Commer cial street, will repair your clothes for little money. Try them. WORLD'S FAIR SALOON Keeps the finest line of liquors and cigars In the city. Call and sample them. If your watch don't run, call at B74 Commercial street, across from Shuna han Bro.' and have It repaired. DON'T FORGET That at Nos. 211 and 216 Tenth street Is the place to have your horse shod and repair work done. Smith's Ice cream U unequalled . Ice cream soda a specialty. Private par lors for. ladles. Commercial street. A nice line of fresh fish and a fine stock of spring chickens and other poultry at Pat Lawler', D74 Commercial street. If you want a delightful shave or s fashionable hair cut, go to the Palace Barber Shop, J. U. Hutehlns, propr.etor. WAH SING & CO. Merchant tailors, 624 Commercial street, cheaper than you can buy ready made. New stock com plete. , Are you going to tho seashore? If so, you should call at the E.tes-Craln Drug Stare and buy one of tlw new style Bathing Caps. Water melons! Waaler melons! Water melons! A carload received yesterday will be sold cheap today at Pat Lawler's, 674 Commercial. Trade with Foard & Stokes Co., deal ers li Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, provisions, flour, fruits and vegetables They wlil surely please you. Perfect cleanliness and modern con venience are tho adjuncts of all well regulated bath rooms, You will And them at the Palace. J. B, Hutch ns, pro prietor. Hunger Is a very disagreeable sensa tion. There is a place In this towyi where you can satsfy its demands with the cleanest and best 2T cent meal you ever ute. That place Is Joe Terp's. If you are going to Ilwaco Sunday on the North raclflc, you will have to buy your tickets Saturday to got the bent fit of the M cent round trip rate. Steamer Itmves O. R. and N. dock at iy a. m. No batter milk was ever brought to Astoria than is furnished for five cents a quart by Relth ft Wilson, and de livered In a clean and tightly closed glass bottle at your door every morn ing. Wit at brlnKS people back to the Asto-' rla Wood Yard after they have sounded the possibilities everywhere else? May ba It's one thing, and May be It's another, llut the fact remains hack they come. And of course the Astoria Wood Yard is proud of It. VJuslnes men of Astoria vislUng Port land have for years been accustomed let take their mid-day lunch at the "Oom," The ''Gem" Is now located at ?.1 ThlrtJ street, nest floor to the Alns worth Bank. Joe. E. Fenny. important xncE. A special meeting of the ''Committee Cf Direction" will be (held in itihe Chamber of Commerce rooms this imorning At 10 o'clock. A full Hitfcendaince to requested. 13. VAN DUSEN, SeC- AROUND TOWN. Who says 'the vcow Pacific can't sail. Everybody 4s going to the regatta ball. If you want a g'ood time, gj ito Fisher's Hall tonight. Mr. Zan, a Portland merchant, was In Aiatoria yesterday. Mr J. Smith, of Ban Francisco, Is a guerit of the Parker House. Schroder' ease was again continued In the Justice- court yeBtierday. It takes place' tonight ait the club room. What? The regatta ball. J. G. Megler and wife, of Brookfleld, are spending fire week In Astoria. Mr. J. A. Christian, cf Portland, la vis iting in Astoria duriiry the regatta. The rrterry-g-o-round on loiwer Commer dal street is doings good business. The wind and iwealtiier ,were all that could have been expected yesterday. This ordhestina a.t the Caislna is one of tfhe- fln-dst iShat ever 'played in this city. The hose race whiten take place this morning ought to draw out a lrge crowd, M. Wise, of r.waao, and1 8. K. Stanley, of Seaside, were in the city yesterday. Mrs, L. B. Moore was aimonr 'the Telephone passengers for Portland last night. Bonn, to 'the wife of Postmaster Alex Tagvr, of Ola-Mop, Saturday, August 17, a boy. Jiaimes Laldlalw, the Portland British vice-consul, Is spending ithe regatlta days In Astoria. Br. W. H. Boyd, a brother-in-law of Dr. W. D. Baker, of tills olty, Is visiting In Astoria. Don't fall tio see Miss Inez Mar in h r erprnltlne and other national dino?s at the Casino tonight. Mrs. Harvey, Misa Caae.and Miss Ed li Moreland are vlslltilng a't Dr. Tattle's during the regatta. Tom Williams, the well known com mercial traveler, was regisle-re'd at the Occident yesterday. Judge Thomas A. Stevens, of Portland, is a vls'l.or in ithe city and will remain during tr.ie regatta. R. W. ' ' Esbt rlt, superintendent of the Ilwaco lUiiroad, accompanied by his wife, wtas 1m town yesterday. Mr. S. SchmUlt, the up-river sturgeon packer, was In town yesterday. He Is quartered at the Occident. L. A. Loornis arrived from Ilwaco yes le.day and left in the evening for a bus iness trip to tile me tropoliis. The lalest styles and h'anusomeist drcsis goods rnre certainly to be found tl.ils sea son at Cclhen'ls Dow Prf.ce Store. le. Jay and left In the evening for a bus iness trip to the me tropeHis. A. M. Tworrtbly, 'R. M. Stewart, Mr. Weeks and Fred. Oberg are doing spe cial polloa work during thi regatta. For a flue line of fresh camdles and frulUs or a Kiss's of delicious soda, go to the "B'.inibonnlere," Commercial street. Twto hunllred different pieces of fancy aliks in wulst tc-ngiths. no two alike, at way down prices at Aihen'a Low Price Store. Col. John A'dair, J. N. Teal and a dele .Mtion of people from Sunnyunieade, ore in town and wltl remlain during the re gat da. Miss Lottie Hume, of Eagio CM ft, pass ed t'hrouK'ii tlhr.8 city yesterday, returning twine frtcim an outing at Seaside 'and Elk Creek. It won't be many days before the ce'.e bratekl picture "His Last Drift" will be rallied off. The tickets are now nearly all sold. Married at the Sw. iLuth. church, Aug. 18, 4 p. m. by Rev. J. A. Ed'.und, A. O. Santibtroim to SUas Seama Mathilda Hllding. Jos. Cart'.r, Western Union telegraph agent, and M. L. Cocvcrt, of Vancouver, Wash,, are visitors in Astoria during ie gatta week. ViJh., tire visitors In Astoria during i titta week. OeO. Taylor, C. H. Dodd, and G. A. Al len, the ticket Ibrokar, were pusuengcra from Seaside on the C.itzeilt Sunday nighi: Cor Portlamd. Dledv-Sunutiy, Aiawusit 18, 1S93. four weel rf-otd child of Mr. and Mrs. A. Hen ilrlckWon Funeral took place yesterday at Greenwood. RiM, Hlgglns & CV. ycsterelay receiv ed 1000 boxes of fruit of aW Manlett-s whkih are being clensed out ait five moat reason altiHe iprlces. "Miss Gtadyls Junes dlsp'.nyed her re markaiHle voice to advarrtage In a pleas ing Bolo, 'As the 'Dawn,' ar-ttdiica.".ly reudl.ire'd." Oregoinian. Prof. Midler, the during aeronaut, will make a 'balioon aisvenslon tomorrow af ternoon uit 4 o'cloerk from t-h corner of 9th and Duane l&'treets. . All lat owning Ituncthes of men could be seen otandlntr upon eveTy comer dli cuetiimg tho wrts of the Kty and plan ning bets on today's ewnts. Mr. T. M. Lighter, whose ekill is well known tin iE,8tern mtfslcal circles, will play at the concent ThurseVty evening In tihe Congreg-.ttiomal church. Martin Olesn j'wtcrelay sold five .tick ets to the oM country. Antengslt them wr one to G. Marcelli, to Italy, and Conrad Knutsen, to Norway. See tfhe McCorrnancka to the Dike at tlhe CaSino. Inciudlnff Marches, Btir Kcqut audi Specialities. Th; greatest act ever put on at rthls cosy little thea tre. Yi:ter4ay the sup-piy of nickels In the cltv wan exhUiite1 and h banks were compelled to wtre PonMand to send down a hinre conss'rwnent, whk-h wCl be here today. ; J. G. Woodworttt, uasistant general manasref of tihe O. R. and N.. yesterday rettumevl to Portlttmsl from Seaside, where he has been spemKng a fvw days In rec reation. - -- - --. Mr. It. A. Eddy, ia company with Chler tiouglyerr and aeverail others, went pigaoa shooting across the bay early 'Sunday morning. They were quite sucxesaful and enjoyed the sport. The funeral of Mrs. S. ScfolusBel took pi'ace in Porttfaand Sunday afternoon. The remains iwere interred In the Jewish Cemetermy. , Marriage licenses were granted yester day to Johan H. Kelnlko and Miss Kissa Weso, and Martin StUnovldh and Miss Anna Versetlo, all of Olatisop county. A professional eprlnter from sunny Cal ifornia arrived on the State -yesterday. It Is said that he intends entering the free for all footrace, which comes off tomorrow.. The Nehaltam road, near Frank Surpre rant's place, is Mocked by a fallen tree. Workimien were busy yesterday removing the obstruction land the road will be passable today. The names of Stone, of IlWaco, and Young and Binder, cf this city, have been entered In the amateur 100 yard foot race. The men are about evenly matched and the race ought to be a close one. Mr. D. Herrlek Jr. leaves up the Col umbia 'this evening. Mr. Htrrlck has been in the city only a short time, but has imadie a host of friends during his short stay. Col. Moore will join him in a few daya to look after another ship ment of Klmballs. The concert to Ibe held at ithe Congre ga'Uonail church promises to be well worth Jiearing. Miss Gladys Jone, of Pacific University, has won for herself the lalglheat praise in various towns 4i the etaXe. Her voice Is one of power and unusual sweetness. Manager Seeley, of ihe Ttlepihoinie-Ga't-zert line, yeaterday ibrougih't down an other parity of Vlsiitora who were taken out oh the government jetty Iby Superin tendamt Hegairdt. The pairlty returned to town late In 'the evening, eome of them going (through to Portland. The regatta fun commenced Sunday night; the etreeCs were crowded with llshermten and people of all classes were inclined to whoop it up. The contrast waa very mariced in passing from the church dlstrldta after evening service and wulklng itlwous1!! the lower part of towm. Conpult Dr. DeFreye, the European specialist from Portland, now at .the Main S.ree. house, !)th street, near Commercial street. He consults free In all modern languages on all chronic, difficult, intri cate and private diseases. This is Indeed a Xare opportunity for sufferers from chronic aad special diseases. Some one remarked yiatercJay ttat the Htoams-hip State of California never fulls to put In an appearance at Astoria on JmpDrlartt evcnitis. She arrived yciSt'erdViy just as some of the most important raoes were started, and the large number of passengers wh'o Mned the vessel's sldt were apparently as Interested as those who crowded the wharves. The Sedond Annual Regattia Ball given by the Foresters of this city, will take place at Polisher's Hull tort?ht. The com mittee aire sparing nothing that will make this ono of the pleaeianteat events of the season. The luul Is being handsomely decorated and Faiwn's Orchestra of 12 pieces furnishes the music. Do hot fort get the place, Fifllier's Hall tonight. ,,, Det'eotive Griffln, of Portland, arrived Saturday afternoon anil took charge of the man who was arrested the previous clay iby the police and Is wanted In l'enrti'ain'd for fitealtng cutlery from a large wholesale h'ouise In that city. The man was isupinos.d 'to have a companion or two concerned in the crime with him, but they have mot yet been dis covered. EairCy Sunday morning thu1 bay wiis quite foggy land dark and as the boat steaimeJ down Ito the' itailnoad br.Mge a beautiful sWhit wats wltneseed. Just as Smith's point wias rounded 'the rising sun, s'hilnlng over the lower and nearer strata of clouds, which humg like a curtain over land and waiter, brightly 'Illuminated Ft. Stevens, gilding every house and eltruc ture In the lmimpdiate vicinity, until the low hung vapors rolled away und left the whete bay one sea of glory. TWe Sunday echiool of the Swedish Im'tlheiran chureh iwdll hiave a picnic In u Kitove near Mr. Andreiw Young's on Young's River Friday o!f Ithis week. The steaimar Mayfloweir will take out the party from 'Booth's cannery at 9 a. m. For grown persons GO cents for the round trip, children free. All friend's are Invite, A short program will be ren dered on the ground's. The ladies tare . xpectfd to hrlng some eat'aibies along. A good t'infe i's anlttclpated. Thi.is'e bu.n-eiss bouses ithat hsd not d.vori.t'ai 'Saltiurd'ay did iso yeolterday. Am-ong t'hle m."re notnUle one's were C. H. Cxiper, C!o. Itairtley, Feiurd & Stoke, a:id R. L. Uoyle & Co. The fitneat cars nere iai In gala attire and p-ople on t"o streets had on their Sumtay clothes. A festive air pervaded everywhere and to hear the remarks made on the streets and on the grand stand was quite amus ing. Evid'enlt'ly i nuimher of 'Astorlans, as well as eonne of the visitors, were not worn uip in pponting terms. A Jeily oroiwd of Gviimlana Jeft on the Mayflower yesterday for a day's sport at the Clhrlstc-nsen farm on the Walius kl. Fully 100 ladles and gentlemen were In the party and 'she diy was rpen't l;i gam s of various klmla. A tug of war beiJvwen seventeen single and eleven miar- rln.1 m-sn mlll'n. crruxa f ItitnAor m..i d.voni.t'etl 'S.ilt'urday did tso yesterday. Among t'hle more n-entiiibCe ones were C. H. Ctoper, Go. Rnirtley, FeUird & Stoke, and R. L. Doyle & Co. The fitneat cars nere a In gala attire and p-ople on t"e streets hnd on their Sunday clothes. A festive air pervaded everywhere and to hear the remarks made on the streets and on the grand stand was quite amus ing. Evidently i number of 'Astorlans, as well as eonne of the visitors, were not woCI tup in sponting terms. A Jeily oroiwd of Gienmlana left on the Mayflower yestetrduy for a day's sport at the Clhrlstensen farm on the Wallus kl. Fully 100 ladles and gentlemen were In fhe party amd the diy was rpent la gam s of various klmla. A tug of war between Beventeen single and eleven mar ried men creating great Interest, the mar- .ried mien winning and oiVasionlng much fun Ihy pitfllng tlhe Mngle men over a small hill md Into a ditch. John Stelner proved iliiinr.iedf the chsnmpion foot rac r. The music iwtts furnished by a specially engaged orclwsatra. The return trip was made at 8 oVlock. the entire party feel ing MtfMy elated 'With the time had-and the hoipl.ality of Mr. and Mra. Chrlsten sen. - rl-"lo Jnll,v Afctorlnn positively KUilmnleeii to utlvertlMers a Inriter city circulation tlmn all oilier pit perH iutllNiecl lit ANtorla t4mlliiecl. MANY GOOD MEN. Would like to protect 'tihelr loved ones. JTj not be affrontetl if I do not call on you personally. We will organise the Woodmen some time this week. It is the cheapest and safes: order on earth. I cannot see ivery one, so If you want to get In on tWe charte list, which, in cluding medical examination, will cost you but T.00, leave your name with Mr. Hansen, of Parker & Hana-n, or with Mr. Parham, of the ailumlmim store. F. J. JdcHHNRY. 89 ute Organiser. 1 Greaft Vaudeville Show at the C.urf 1 during regatta wek. Thirty people. Ad-' mission 25 cents. 1 FURNISHED ROOMS WITH BOARD.'! A well-furnished sui'e of roons, with' use of parlor, and. if desired, good table board, at reasonable -rates. 4QJ X-a, ana street, tornr ef ninth. NAPOLEON Once Said : HERMAN WISE, The Reliable Clothier and Hatter.. Near Telephone Dock. . A TENNIS GAME. The Klnzle Brothers, of Ilwaco, Again Vldtori'ous. Another very interesting tennis contest took place yesterday on the local grounds between the Kinzie brothers, of Ilw-ico and Messrs. Wilkinson and Astbury, of Astoria. O large number of people were present and were greai'.ly Interested In 'the exciting game. The Kinzie brothers have high reputa tions as expends In the goime and played ladt .year In a contest for 'the Pacific coast ohamplnorihlp. The home team put up a very stiff garae and very mcirly were winners in the flrdt set. All through the games the contest was quite even ana good playing was exhibited on both eld s. The score it'tanda 6-2, 6-5 and 6-1. Tho IJaily Awtorlnn poNltlvcly ijiiarantceH to advort Inim's a Utr;or Olt.y uinl Oounf y 'lrt'iilu tlm llian ivll ulhor jiupers pub. 11m1i1 In AnIoi'Iu comltiioc1. Don't forget the only place of amuse ment In the city Is at Ithe Casino, the greatest .show over given In the city. Ad mission 25 cents. SENATOR MITCHELL. Paid a Visit to the Seashore on Sunlay. Senator John H. Mitchell parsed throus'h Ast'oria 'Sundkiy night on his way to Portland. The senator hod sper-t a fuw days with Wis son at Seaside and express, d himscilf as much refreshed by the Visit. The senator was not very talkative on tire subject of politics and as to business In the Bast, llhoirslhlt that relatively it was irore quiet thtre than on the Pa ciilc coudt. He is looking well and heaatty and is very much enjoytag 'his vislit in Oregon. A TWISTER. A twister In twisting May twist him a twist, For In twisting a twist Thre twists make a twist; Hut if one of the twists Untwists from the twist, Tho twist untwisting Untwists the twist. That is, when it's twisted with any other twine than MARSHALL'S. PIANO TUNING. For piano tuning, please leave orders at Clriflin & Reed's book store, Commer e.at street, or address Th. Frederikson, Piano Tuner, 2071 Bond street. Telephone X.i. 21. ACREAGE FOR SALE CHEAP, Ten acres In Summit Addition to Asto ria for sale at an extremely low figure, in view of all our railroad prospects. Will make terms to suit purchaser. Address R. Llddell, Astoria, Oregon. The World s W Tests showed 1:0 t. j?.ir.g powder so p'sro or i,r:at in leav ening power cs ta Poyai. NETS WANTED. Small mesh nets wanted, also second hand teine, old web bought. FOARD & STOKES CO. VUudeville perfonmancta every night 8 p. m. at the Casino, only place of a'nusemint in the city. Admission 23 cents. BALL TIRES. Another New Inve.-.Uon for the Bicycle Fhiltade'lph'U Times. This devtoe has just bern patented in Engloimi. It substitutes for the contin uous tubular It ire a series of rubber balls set In cups at the outer ends of the spokes. Thl. bails are so connected that they may be simultaneously Inflated. Several advantages are clalned for the devise, owe of rhem W tny thut i serious Inconvenience wBl follow tire accidental punvtturJng of the it'lre. It Is also claimed that th-eTe to la grealt saving of ground coh.aion or friction, and that this wilt Increase the ease and speed of propul sion. DANGER IN PARASOLS. Nowadays children sometimes suffer with inflammation of the eyes and more serius defects of vision. The mother is at a great loss to account tor tne pre valence of these troubles, tout she has not far to look for at least ow? cause for them. Very often the Innocent look ins parasol upon the baby's carriage is responsible for U this suffering. This parasol iamade of either whits lac? and silk or soma shade of red. pi 1 or blue. The poor baby. whv is not able to pro tect or Imeilliter.tly state his griavane. Is placedl behind has pars'"! and wbee-lwl nd nrbeeled la his carriage upon- the Victory always comes to the largest armies and the biggest cannon, if properly handled 1 Ws have the largest assortment and the lowest pricts and we naturally conquer opposition. During the past few days we received an enormous stock of fine Clothing, and now we are opening an im mense line of the latest things in Hats. . ' - Fashion and fit, combined with enterprise and low prices, are our main battery; so, if you would be on the win ning side, join trie army of buyers flocking to our fine store. piazza, or sld'.'walk for a sun. bath. For hours he winks and blinks in helpless misery in the dazzling reflection that pours Into hlg poor eyes. A disfiguring frown or squint Is the natural result, i and too often serious defects of vision I d'jvelop In later life. The carriage para- ' sol, If white, should be lined either with ' dark green or black, the preference be ing given t'o the former color, and be so tilted that the baby can look out upon the world with level direct gaze. Bright silks should nev t be used for the pur pose, no matter how attractive they may be In themselves. Exchange. A BOTTLE CANNON. How to Make and Discharge This Harm less J'l.ce of Artillery. Take a thick empity bcble, a cham-pug.-ie quart ibcl.i.Ce will do, and pour waiter into lilf until Si Is one-third full. In the water dissolve one of the powders tvlcair'bjn'a'te of soda-that'dYufe'gis's f-H to imake se'ltzer wu.t". Put the cont'enlts of the other package, tai-'uaric 'acid, in la playing card roll':d up In'fo a tube and tied around with a thread, one end of the tube being sealed or plugged, with 'two pelielts of blotting paper. Suspend this mintetun' cartridge from the cork by rowans of a piece of threuvi attached by a tuck. The open end of the cartridge must be uppermost, and whew all ia n.-ady, you cork the bottle tightly, having allowed enough thread t'o swing the auit'rt'dge cklar of -the water. To explore tOve caiHirlels-e and discharge your n'ovel cannon, you- lay the tuottl'e horizon-tally upon 'two pe-ncils upon the t'iible, they will act us your gun car riage. Pretty Won- the waiter will ptmJirate tlh'e btUJtling papier plugs 'and n.ach the tartaric acid. Eftetrvescence will at or.ee take pVi-tre -.in'd .the carbonic acfld 6'.is thus generated will Ibirow the cork from t'ho boittii? wilth a loud repo't't, the cartridge t-iUlllng JJ.Iter it HWe a rocket. And y'ju will have a ftlll further 1ml-tauicn-'Of ftcf.d aint'illery in the reded of kh bottle, whlah Iwliil roll havk s-everal inches. -Mike tto.' ilt'tle experiment. It is b.'.'i prtli'ty and harmless. AT A FUNERAL. Tine F'io:e Givea Way Under th.- Corpse1 and M'aurr.'era, NoiT'iU.'ci.vu -ipecCal to Philadelphia Rec lorek The iVJoilntua tlf Undet'.aker Monday aion'e prever.Usll u- ca'tat.'.i'e.iphe at thV furveilil of Mtarks Piter, retired Bridge port pork packer, who was buried toi-ay, As ft was three iwomea- falnti'd, ti rror iT.c'S al; Uhe proispeot of being dumped Into the cedalr wr Jh Ithe corpse. The ipurilor Jn iwlnitlh Ithe d'.ud man was lying in litis coffin wx crowdod with friend's, when a. Joist supporting the fltoior started Ito give way. Urns undiertaker heard the iwanalng 'r.uto,' in time to qukC ly pass wkwd to move out, and most o'f li-he people had taken advantage ct the admomlUon tlo gt out cf danger. The joist gave way as thie last of the mourn trs giot claw lof tlhie room, Wt the wreck was slight tu iwhlatt it would h'ave ben hlad the people iremalnisd. Tlio llully Afitorlan poslllvely frun.riiut.coN to advertlHcrs a larjrcr City, Oounly an A State circulation Hum nil other imperii published lit Astoria combined. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. D1X Most Perfect Made. 40 Years the Standard. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished rooms; good lo cation ronting river. Capt. P. E. Fer cihen. S30 17.h street. FOR RENT A nicely furnished mod ern house. For particulars inquire of Mrs. Smith, earner of (th and Irvine venue, .or A. R. Cyrus, 4S7 Commercial street. Clatsop Beach TIME CARD OP THE Seashore-Railway Company In Effect July 19, 1895. I!ot8 leave Astoria one half lour before trains leaves bildte. TRAIN'S LEAVE BRIDGE. Time. Connections. 0 a. m . Xi;ht boats fiom Tort- ia (I. o .t from Astoria. Day l oat from i'ortl nd. Bo-1 from A tjria. oum from fort and snd Asm ia. -toamcr I'ot er from Port Ian ; niid Attoila. .eats fiom AMorjn I il:3Un. m fa i. 1 . t-)-t"j p. 1 1 p. m. Saturday I 7 1. m,9iturday 0:l"i !. m. Sunday TRAINS LEAVE SEAisIl E 1:4S e. m... 8 a. m tl:-li p. m tl:13 p. m TAh p. 111. St tar my. i":r p. in Sa urday a p. 111. .-lines ay lay boats for I'urUmid. Buat for Asi r a. Mk'ii bouts for l'oitlun l. IV. u: f r A&Luiiii. Uo.tsfor Ant ri a 'el ! ott laud. miner l'o te-r f r 1;k''o. cats for Aftoiia an i 1 urt tin. I. Daily except Monday tbaily except taturd y and Suut'ay. Foi- 'reignt and passenger ri tcs ap ly tu Ci f LI-.SltH, bup't., Seashore Itnilw ay ( o , Seaside. Uro. WANTED. WANTED Immediately, a girl to de second girl's work in private family. In quire at this office. WANTED A girl to do general house work In email family at N. W. corner of 6th and Harrison streets. WANTED Painty to clear 3 acres of land. Appii'y to 8. IM. Bard, Commercial Bank, Vaincouver, Wash. WANTED Ta exchange House and- lot in Portland for Astoria property, or acre age near Astoria, - Address 'M,'! this of fice. WANTED Agenw to represent the old National Life Insurance Co., of Montpelier, Vt. For further liu'unu.v tion, address G. M. Stolp, General Coast Manager, 82-H4 Crocker Building, Ban Francisco. Cal. WANTED Man or lady to collect, do some office 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 tea cents for full particulars. John Finney Mgr., P. O. Box 184, 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 sale. FOR SALE 600 yards of earth exca vated from tunnel, to be delivered on premises. Pacific Paving Co. JAPANESE GOODS-Just out-Just re ceivedJust what you want, at Wing Lee's, 543 Commercial street. Boy's riding pony for ealle. Perfectly gemtle for youngest chlMren. Has all the fancy riding gaits. Inquire of Dr. Jay TUi'tlle. 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 Building. FOUND. FOUND A silver witch, which the owner can have by calling at this office and proving property. FOUND Near Jetty, scor almwt new, about 10x30 fee, not paiated. Small cabin on one end. Apply P. Haldnson, Fort Steven, Oregon. LOST. LOST Thursday night, about 10 o'clock US fathoms of net. Corks branded F. it. Warren. Please return to Warren's station.