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THE DrULY ASJOfllAN, ASTORIA, FRUUY MORNING, NAVEMRER 8, 1895.
JOHN T. t.TOHTER. Editor. , terms op subscription t- TtP''ne No. " DAILT, Sent toy mall, per yeM fM 'Sent by man, per month 3 rarrlAr. ner week 1 WEEKLY. Sent by mail per year, 12.00 In advance. Postage free' to subscriber. AH communication Intended for pub lication should be directed to the editor. Business communications of all kind and remittances must bo addressed to The Astorlan. Th AstoriA-n guarantees to its sub scriber the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia river. Advertising rates can bo had on ap ' plication to the business manager. The Weekly Astorian, the second old est weekly In the state of Oregon, hat next to the Portland Oregonlan, the largest weekly circulation In the state. Jno. T. Handley Co. are our Port land agents, and copiea of the Astorlan can be had every morning at their stand on First etreet. THAT "ULTIMATUM." The (famous dispart oh of Becrdtary 01 ney to Ambassador Bayard anent the VerwxucOan matter now turn out to (have been an extremely mild document, wCilcih has been treated wifll contemptu ous alienee by tOie Drltlift government. Rumor In Washington diplomatic circle l i;o'Ui effect that Sir Julian Pauncefote advised this governrnervt that the dUpatch wa sent for political effect on the pend ing election), and meant nothing. The dispatch was sent on August 3 Uiwee imonShs nearly. Lord Salisbury Hii) voudheaifed no rep'.y, but the arro gant dema.nl In Venezuela for damage consequent on tihe Uruan incident may be taken ais the answer. Great Britain proposes, it possible, to steal territory from Venezuela to which tthe hae no fhUdiow of right, and tacitly dare us to Interfere. What Is our government doing In the race of Uhls decided enub? Mr. Stealey, iCva well-Informed Wa.ilng'ton corre spondent of line Loutovllle Courier-Journal, eaya 'the Venezuelan matter la not worrying tihe president and Ills official advisee to any great extent. Indeed, to far s can be ascertained, they are but little concerned, ami t'he opinion pre vail'" In administration circle tlvat the m.'ittci.- will right Itself without any un fileaisiaintinejBa transpiring 'between the country and England. Till is aa much to say ttoat the administration propose to do nothing. A dispute of that char acter does not right Itself. Washington g-oeslp 3ms It that Cleveland proposes to play on 'the voters of the country through a tilt of bluff. It Is thougiht tfihatt by the time congress meet affair, may assume a shape to cause Mr. Cleveland to send in a tinging lion roe message, vigorous and even Jlngoish in It tone. A penhapa shrewder con jecture, and one altogether more likely, Is Chat he wKl hold off hie Wands from foreign complications until next spring and then explode a number of Jingo bomb tout 'Will have the effect of again renominating Mm for president. This may he In the Venezuelan matter, or the Cuban struggle, or both; but the Im pression of those best qualified to Judge I that Cleveland will do absolutely nothing In eMher oaao except on paper, and for political bluff. Fortunately, tl Is only a year until the American people ave an opportunity to record at their polls their opinion of Cleveland and of I'lie party of wbilcti Die hi the head. THE ALASKAN BOUNDARY. Groat Britain 1 attempting to grab a slice of Alaska, after the manner of her VenesunU avteal. In both casta the mo tive Is the name to obtain the rich mines located in the territory to which dac lays claim. Trie only ground Eng.ta.nd has for tills attempt to bunko us Is the loose lan guage of n old treaty, which w neces sary anvblglous because of the lack of definite Information concerning the coun try through which the line runs. Fifty yearn ago we had a similar dispute with England concerning the Oregon boundary line. Ttie war cry of a political party then was "Fifty-four forty or fight," meaning that the United Stated would maintain her claim that the boundary tMould be Hie pacullol of 54 degrees 40 minutes, even by force of arm. But tin administration at Washington yielded, and Uhe line wa fixed at the 49th paraKel. Had we then maintained our contention, the northern boundary of .the United State from the Itoeky ,' mountains to the Pacific would be at t'.i aoutllMxn extremity of Alaska, and the Dominion of Canada would have no Pacific port, and the controversy over ..aeoil-kliHng in .Bering eea would never tvve arisen. Every Intelligent American desire that tie present Democratic administration :a!l be more determined In asserting Amtrk-an rights ihan its Dt'moc.wJc pre decessor, the admlnlutiatlon of Jamc K. roiK, 'won ha'.iT a century ago. But tMc-re Is reafly little ground for hope, In vie. of the Ci41ly-ihallylng In the Vene tian matter, and the pttlabe weakness the foreign policy of air. Cleveland We speak of the president personally In stead of his administration, for all are , aware that Mr. Cleveland I the adnvniu trutlon, and that his constitutional ad riser, the member of the cabinet, are little -more than dories to the president, a. Xing unMor ht dlrec't ordua. With the end of this monCh the new IK-al year 111 he one-third completed, and WKl have rnultel In a deficit ot - r.uirtmhig over lI.00O.000. That Is to say. that bhe new tariff fall to meet th re. qulremeats of a iMtUfnetory revmne producer at th rate of 11,000,000 a month. If this proportion ihould be miln'.a ned, the eieflclt by the first of July, 1894, will have re.icd W.0,ow, ahloh would maks a totai deficit for the Clevland kdmlnls. tMUoH af about tlflO.000.000. When It I rcoiill'-d that omthlu more than SM Onn,. ta iik'.wju.wi roelvd from the thiva hond Isw hs t-n applied 40 fy j-ovrnment expenditures, it ttn b Mn that at that ratio by th end of the fiscal year the treasury would have been prac tically bankrupt, had It nt beea for tih.se bet! Issues. Louliuiina sugar planters have 0cld;d ta appeal to &e courts for a, decision bt the legal point raited by Comptroller vt the Treasury Bowler agaJnit t'lie payment of Km sugar bounty. Of vouree. Bowler raised the point In order to keep tlx? de ficit as small o possible during the cam paign. Now the clectoiii is over. Bowler will be called don by his superiors. It In every day becoming more evident tliat George Oould, In failing to keep hi appointment 1n this city wlrA Mayor L'ln ney. Is either not e man of his word, or else that he has been unable to scrape lotfet'iicr a sufficient amount fo pay for tils fare. The eKntucky Democrats are evidently soured on tlitlr man. wlMi the Dcinjcrat party. Tho a-nomn'.y to strange, because cf all people In the world we would never have oupposed that tilie Kentucky Dent' ocratd would have allowed a little thin like sour Tna.ii to itand In their way. Tiie pie sellers and lunch counter keep ers of the lower Columbia respectfully call Uhe attention of their good frlendj the metropolis to the intervlow with Capt. Granger, of the ship Earl of Zetland, pub- lithd In this morning's Astorlan. Sewelury aioka Smith has returned to Washington, and the government -will now wag on. CHOLERA IN JAPAN. How th Patients are Burled Their CUth ing All Bumcii. Japan Cew. Now York Herald. Riding tbroug.il a narrow tlbreet In To kyo, a few days ago, I bum tame .TWnO' tion around a poor Japanese houue, and four policemen, wtth yellciw bond upon uneir a.eervea, ,wre dlsptoylngr grcuit ac tlvlty. Ais ttve otllcer in dHargo h jpp.ntd to be known bo rm, I was able to learn through hihn that a, coolie fhad Juat dicM from cholera In itfhe house. Hive ceoDle In the Btroet were tlrlven away, but I was penmltbed to rermaln. I was anxloua to see what would be done, and I entcrod the Dnont portion of the hovel. In the near room on a futiin lay the black corpse oi rne coojte. i 'naa 'hiardly taken note of the surroundings wden a coolie caot came up, drawn anu pu-fid by four men. It brought a large, pfiain box, lined with sine. The body wtaa hastily placed In it a liberal aupjily of quick lime was pitched 1n, the Nd won scrstwed down and away tne cant ana its grewsome load went. MwairtMime disinfectants had been brougiht up. Uhe poor wife anl tlirew children 'Were divested of thtilr scant clothlnr, hiir. meuiy warned with tome microbe xJci-trov. ing ipreparaitron, wrapped in fn-efi cotton khttlnos and eent to a place of care and detention 1n the miln'hfbonhood. Tiio work of burning every .particle of clothing umd oeHuing ana matting m the place then begun in the bockyurd, a bonfire being maue tor une purpose. Evory article of excrtimatory .mattr mpon iho premlw iwuu llirown upon this blazing pile. Then the wuole promises were bh.?TVURfh;y tatu rated with dislnfectaimts of the most s.n pcrveU character, tihe houja waa clewed and a policeman was left In charge to keep people ofT the premises. The officer In charge, who spoke a Utile Engl Wi, to.d me that If the . ep!dt-mlc had been showing a ellapoaHlon to In crease of late this hou30 would have been burned to the ground. The scant fur. furniture and belongings of a Japanese house of the poorer data enables the police to carry out t'hekr regulations a: no very great coat. The latest fijrurr fuinUhed officially touching the oho'.eru in Jupan place the total number of cas. to dtite at 48,129, an.J t'he nutmber of deaths at 32,818. STATE NEW3. Interesting Items Culled From Oregon' Leading Newspapers. The taxable property of &.ierman county had been listed at JS84.500. The h?p .market grows worse, while the hop fumiplon Increase, tays the Polk County Independent. According to the cenmis returns Go (XX) tons of coart have been mined lit Coos county ulio fast year. and stuvwed the ground for yards around as wecll i the engine, with dead car oasses of theep and parts thereof. It Is viafned that t'he Wallowa county has .produced and shipped more beef th'u year i,hat any other like territory In the state of Oregon, A'rXvur Pope, of Sheridan, has succe. fully cultivated tobacco this season on .he Yiainmhlll bottom. He Is using the leaves for hens' nests. S.vlem buyers estimate the hep crop for Uhls yenr at 100,000 bales. Already 10,000 bales have been sold at Salem, and as many mare delivered on contract, There is a movement on foot In Pendle ton. Or., to start up the foundry plant In enne the plans are carried out, the .water from the U'matIHa will be useM. A i.r.all locomotive belonging to the OiV'io.n Central A Eastern ral.road Vas been cold to the Jacksonville railroad whtre K will be of good service, us the gra'des on that roael are easy. The grand Jury of Umatilla vounty fas Indicted gamblews anvl owners, of realty where gambling has been earrled on, to the number of about forty persons. The ftMitfrnl':y In PenJleton are 'mudh ex.r- clecd. The nl-annua exhibit of Wasco county i'iows an Indcbtcdimes of 77,9e54.28, In oirtd.onding warramh. and 110,000 in teirest due thereon. The icounty debt has been since the luct seiml-annuail rX' hJbit deoxaied t,000. County war.iftints are 'idling at a prenvHm-.. The 'West Side passenger train drew Into Corv'Hs Wednesday whh the pilot anl other parts of the locomotive bc- jiattenvl iwllh blood, rateihes of law meat and wool. The train ran into band cf cihp In the vicinity of Carlton and i:rwl the vlclnl'tyoP cC There is a proposition before the la Oiarnd AtSklct'lc Clifb to change the name to the Commercial Oub and make It a buslnesj organization. The promoter ot '.the ne.w movtmnt do not propose to do away with the athletic and social feat tires of the present organization, but rather to enlarge and extend them. Fred" Jcihmson, a native of Sweden, aged 35 year, says the Salem Statesman of Tuerlay, was brought to the asylum tor insane from Yan-Jh-IM county yes.erday. The iu-jh of Ma Insanity la unknown but he Is off on mineral product. He crrlf pockets full of rock around, dis playing It aa containing gold and silver C. D. McFarlin harvested his cranberry orop, near Coos bay, fcist week, and waa in' tier d'sappolntei In the yield of berrler, crc9 amounting to only about Mt bushsl. North slough, wher hU cmn beiry bo Is rltuatfM, Is clean to th ocean, and th weather was unusually ro"l iher Uhl jirTW which account for 'th shortage. Th BMtMmini tmvm: "Th l bxurd of eetucation held a meeting in In governor1 otllce yesterlny and had sev eral routine matter under contdratlon. A request of Superintendent Carter, of the Bilnd School, .was granted tor per miaslon to purchase the neccraary ap paratus for a gymnasium, and the board authorized him to expend fttt for that purpoij." The pupi:a of the Blind School will wax strong and fat on 10 worth cf PF'ixatus. "Toting Chief. CJ.arlle ,CiaplcJ and othw Indiana were in town today pre paring for tho blggcjt pow-s-vjw they have ever planned. They propoae to gtr.wr alt the members of three tilbo. on tho Un-aftllU. reservation the Umatillas, Walla WaJli and the CayuiaeB-an.K aft!r making some eloquent spee'Shes, ask some wttkite man to rnft a formal protest to congreaj agullnst being held In the xela tton of citizens of the United Statta gov emmmnt. In tihe protest Chiefs Peo and No Shirt will Join, and the delegates Who were In town todiy assert t'.-.at every Indian on '.he resesrvo will unite whh thrir leijlJcu. Oongreaa, In live memorial, will be Informed that citizenship has demoral ized we Indians, giving them th'2 nrlvl lege c buying whisky, and that th's prtvilVge being abused to an oteirming extent. Thy wilt atstrt that dozens of Indian's who were formerly sober and rfi-mectoile are now habitual drunkards, anl .is f ".ntiy found In the police comi's of '.tie fwns near the -ee'erve, and have fines imposed which they are unable to pay. They ir-en must work on Mhe iitrects on the chain gamg. While tney nave no prot-'t to offer airalnnt any Indian going back on the race by departing from the ranks of gentlemen of leisure, they do object to anv aborleln irpolllng hJa escutcheon by raking rocks ana aeu'j leaves on the public blghwavw, under the lash of some guard who may be appointed by the street superintend ent. A tremendous dcmons'trutlon will be made ami oratom will elng the pan glories of the Slwash, when, unhampered by the civilizing Influences of the whltfs, they owned this country and roamed over it in rude race and exciting cWaew, In this BtrUIn the Indians talknt , Otedly, and they appearel to feel that a crisis tow come tn theCr affair of state. Oharfile Chaplevi is not a chief, but he Is ime oecrtary oiney of the Umatilla re. serve tribes, (and will have much influ. ence In conducting the negoWatdons with the federal government. The paw-wow wtM be held 1n a few weeks, when many wi'ifs win attend Pendleton." East Ore' gontan. QUEEN VICTORIA AT TEA. One of Queem Victoria's favorites is Mme. Albainl, and once a year hrr mai Jeisty honors Uhe prima donna by taking a -cup of tea. with her. Tihio Is when the qu-n Is at Balmoral castle, usually between September or October, ar.et ilme. Albanl Is at her country place, old 'Ma Lodge, an estate wlhioh fihe rents from the Duke of Fife, and which. Is In Mar forest, near Bal moral caatle. Thij tt'a. drinking occasion is wholly devotj of pomp and clroutnettuice. The queen drinks her beverage, which, by tihe way, to English breafeif'.iBt, quite like an ordinary mortal, but quite unlike the ordinary Engvlsh woman she never takes a second cup. Tne hicnor of eervln tea to her ma Jeifty Is one seldom accorded to other subjects. For Alba.nl the queen has al vriva t.Uil a partlcula.r affection and she deMfihta to honor her In various ways. Upon throe occasions of the afternoon function the queen sends word a day or two previously of her Intention to visit h-er nelcfabor. She Is accompanied by one of the princesses and a lady or two In .waiting, and she drlve3 the distance, of about ten mllesk In 'an cpen ca.rrlage. A'Hrir the brief cerfmony of tea drink ing Is over the queen talus a stroll through, her hwtreV beUutlful g.irden. Althoug'h not p-airtlcularly fond of flowers, he appreciates Mme. Albanl's fondness for them and frequent' y sends ho." superb bouquets .from Balmoral. The queen's dress Is uoually very simple a b'.'j Jk carf-.iirvere or toft llk, devoid of ornament or trimming; It Is the toilet of a ret-ipetetable lady of the middle cla-s, and 1s even more bare of orna.ment than tihe iplalnent and 'mart simple people ot that elapn would average. Dre..-s Is a 'miitltr In which; even in hoyourrsr days, Uhe queen appeared to be devoid of In terest. Albanl ihuo a oholce collecfon of photo graphs of her majerfry, each adorned with' her auttogwaph. She was a'.ai the recipient of one of the Jubilee .medals, and wns tihe only artist decorated by the queen herself with the order. Boston Globe. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. TIllMMINGS TOTJE USED THIS FALL. Velvet ribbons are glvn a i-neclnl vogue on the .winter gowns, the widths used varying from Mo. 9 ud to "'hnt wh'.Jli i.oems a'.micet llko a sash ribbon. Con.-se b'ack lacen are frequently noted in combination with black velvet ribbon on p-'.vns of solid color th:at stanjs black ou a contrast. Jet In special pieces to be .K t on the bodice, or tn stripes to trim It ltMigthiwliie, conies In fine designs. Silk net and dhliTon are draped over bod!o-o Intended for house wear, the soft, full vest (bonus retaining their popu larity. Finning bews are oftener no ticed mt eieh side of the collar than the I'C-soMra Whether the collar be a foWcd one or n turn-over one It must be very high, and the .maker thereof must know iV..v to elve It Ohe necensnry air or per fection, else the bodice Itself will be a failure. Silk paasementtTles In round and so u n re yokes. In side forms and In Jacket fronts, are fancied on wool bo.Uce, and Invariably differ in co:or ri&m tneir baekprounl, i that the be-auty of the de-ylgn la well brought out. Each dreju maker tries to arrange her trimmings In an Individual way, so fiat on a frock It is nut so much what the garniture Is as hew it Is disposed. Isabella A. Mallon In the Heme Journal. B.WLISH CAPITAL FOR AMERICAN INVESTMENTS. Important to Americans seeking Bng- Ha'.i Oiptlal tor new enterprises. A list contailiiliig the nainies and address ot 360 auvefir4 promoters who have placed over 1100,000,000 Sterling In Foreign In vestments within the last six years, and over 18,000,000 for the seven months of 1S95. Trio, 15, or $i5, payable by postal order to the London and Universal Bu reati of InvesLora, 20, Clieupal.le, London, E. C. Snbser.bciB wll be entitled, by ar- r.vncoinev'it with the directors to receive elt'lwr persunuC or loittera of Introduotoln to any of thesa oucf3fiu prvwnoto-a. Tcvis Uv Is first c'asa In every tvspect, and every man or linn whox nime ap pears tlioreJn may be depended upon. For pCudng the ror.vy.vl.nr tt will be found InvaluabCe Bonds or Shares of In dustrial, Commercial and Fineuicla; con- crns, MortgMge loans, Sale of Lands, Patents or Mines. Directors: SIR EDWARD C. ROSS, HON. WALTER C. PEPYS, CAIT. ARTHUR ST1FFE. Copyrlgh. NEW HAIR ORNAMENTS. Some ot the new Parisian novelties In hair mounts are very beautiful off the head ait least. A bunch of luscious scar let cherries is attached to a long gold pin U at Is to be thrust through litis knot at the buck of the head, letting the cher ries droop s.liihtly Just above and be hind the left ear. Fruit In the hair. however, under any guiee of enamel and metal. Is not to be commended. Its in congruity to obvious. W have accepted It on our bonnets, where Its use la lers distasteful than the plumage of fnur dered bids, but In the coiffure the asso ciation Is not accept abe. Frenchwomen resvMM their hair ornaments wth great attention, and take ss much ca.-e to cult- aMy .complete the coiffure toilet as that of ohs cortiur. Steel. Jet, gut ami silver vrtkNiKwts u eiv'ially auilel to dork iNalr; fa!r-ialred women should wear in- k,vf aim Aleut S1I ITvm- AWn. Ing wear, Jewtled ornotnent are properly j much worn. Except against a beautiful neck, there la no part of a woman's toilet itfhere gems may be so well dis played as In the hah New York Times. PROVEN A BOON. Gentlemen: I have always recom mended Krause's Headline Capsules wherever I have had a c nance. Tbey have proven a veritable boon In my family against any and all kinds of neadache. Yours truly. J. B. WALTER. Leavenworth, Kansas. For sale by Chas, Rogers, Astoria, Oregon, sole agent. ECONOMY IN FUEL. The EureJea Fuel Econovnlzer is a scl entlflcat preparation which augments the Intensity of coal and wood beat In 'the proportion of 83 per cent. If the direction prlntad on each pack age is carefully observed, the Eureka Coal Economizer will give to any crdlna ry or middling coal the isahie value as that ot superior quality. The Eureka Fuel Bcononizer prevents the shoots, the cinders and the fonmaion of smoke, which may spoil, in an apart ment, so many vaUmlle articles, such as curtains, paintings, etc. The Eureka burns any kind of gas which might destroy the breathlub'.e air apartments and factories In -e-hlch it Is used are conaequent-y more healthy and comfortable. In less than five minutes, one can obtain a very brisk fire which win last thirty hours without being sthr ed up and without any addition of fresh coal. Hence an economy of coal, work and money. The Eureka Economizer produces a heat more soft and more concentrated; when a normal boat ts wanted, the ventilutlon must be partly stopped and, again, an economy in fuel is to be rolled upon. We guarantee that our preparation pro duces no injurious effect on the health and does not affect in any way stoves, ranges, grates, etc. Large consumers con obtain the pro duct, which we do not hesitate In term Ing "marvelous," at much more reduced price. Each packlage bears, with very explicit directions, our trade murk, representing four hands crossed together above a Hon with this motto: "In union there Is strength." Any counterfeiter shaffl be dealt accordlln to law. ' We receive ioo frequently applications for samples, and It to with regret that we aro compelled to refuse the sending of the saime. Heretofore we have :1b ertx'.r.y given away samples In order to popularize our prod uW, but wo cannot afford to support such heavy expense any longer. Tha moderate price of our pro' duct is in the reach of anybody who wants to try It. It Is for the same reeoon that we have decided to send it direct on receipt of 23 cents. To try is to be convinced tWat our pro duct w a triumph of science. 25 cents each package, sent free of charge. AI1ERICAN EUREKA FUEL ECONOMIZER CO. 1180 Broadway. New York, U.S. A. In France there Is an Idea that If a fisherman counts the fish he has caught he will catoh no more during the day. 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Some time or other I hope 'don't' you? Same one or other will aay, 'Please do'!'' Acts at once, never falls. One Minute Cough Cure. A remedy for asthma, and that feverish condition which accom panies a severe cold. The only harmless remedy that produces Immediate results. Chas. Rogers. It Is eakl that among the Mexican popu lace there is an Idea that the lizard warn.i men of tho approach of a serpent. Or, Price's Cream Baking Powder Contains no Ammonia or Alum. Bobble They raise a tree from a peach pit, can't they, pop? Pop Yes, my boy Bobbie Well, what can they raise from a rlfle-plt? , Pop A disturbance, my boy. Youkers ototesman. A. O. Bartley, of Magic, Pa., writes: 1 feel It Is a duty of mine to Inform you and the public that DelWtt's Witch Ha zel Salve cured me of a very bad case of eczema. It also cured my boy of a running sore on his leg. Chas. Rogers. "You tay he contributes to the maga zines?' maid the literary girl. "Yes, replied this rival. "Anything worth us. Ing?" "Yes." "What?" "Postage stamps. Washington Star. ROYAL Baking Powder has been awarded highest honors at every world's fair where exhibited. "Would you kindly, madam, sign your name for a few dolilans for a charitable object?" "Not a cent." "Then won't you please put your name down for $30, merely 'as a matter Of form?" "O, cer tainly, you may make It 130." Fliegende Blatter. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla. When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla. When she had Children, she gave them Castorla. An agreeable Laintlve and NERVE TONIC Sold by Druggists or sent by mall 25ofi0o and $1.00 per package. (Samples free. Wsfc TT The Favorite TOOTH POTOH ilAJ llwfortiieToethiudBTOaUit2&4 For Sale by J. W. Conn. ts2Ajai l-.l j -.'. . t ;H L T ' J 1 Ct - f t . --r- Iv '3 '. These tiny Cupiulea m-esqeilori to iiulsara of Copaiba, f Cubcbs and InjoctionSb flUDY They cttre iu 48 hours the saino diseases without anylncotv-l vcnlence, SOLD El ALL DRUGGISTS! 0UNSET 0 i iMiTcn LI mi I L.L1 SUA SON OP IBq5-i8q6. WILL itUJN Tmiee a Week BETWEEN San Francisco - AND New Orleans Over the Great jj unset f oute Leaving San Francisco Tuesdays and Saturdays From Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1895. The mot compCWe. modern, elegantly equipped and perfectly nrrungd Veetl buied Transvontrnentat Train In America. New Equrpmw. epecli;iy dcaUned for this sen-Ice. Direct connections in New Orleans for all Eastern points. Quick time. feimSMst. fj 50. FOR A CASE IT WILL NOT CURE, tj TO HS, Real Estats (Deo, ' . Backers and Baslness ilen 0! Astoria Generally. fl POINTER! rCall Into the Astorlan office and get sample copies of our regu lar Commercial edition. It gleans ffloney j in Your Pocket. FREEMAN & HOLMES. Blacksmith a. Special attention paid to steamboat re pairing, first-class horseshoeing, etc. LOGGING CAJflP mOW fl SPECIALTY 17 Olney street, between Third and and Fourth, Astoria, Or. Aa Franklin says, good dress opens all doors, you should not lose eight of the fact that a perfect fitting suit is the main feature. Wanamaker & Brown are noted for fit, workmanship and superiority of qualities. Their rep resentative visits Astoria every three months. Office 64 Dekura Building, Portland, Or Reserve orders till you have seen the spring line of samples Snap A Iodak at any man coming out o( our store and you'll get a portrait of a man brlninilnx over with pleasant thoughts. Such quality in thr- liquors we havetoollerareenniiirhto PLEASE ANY MAN. Conge and Try Them. hughes & CO. IS THERE? Ia there a man with heart so cold, That from his family would withhold The comforts which they all could find In articles of FURNITURE of th right kind. And we would suggest at this season, nice Sideboard, Extension Table, or Be of Dining Chairs. We have the larges and finest line ever shown In the city and at prices that cannot fall to plens the closest buyers. HEILBORN & SON. Few Hen Would Ask for a Finer Dinner than those we serve. We're trying In every way to make them the most en Joyable In town. All the "good thlnps" 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 sufllcient guar antee that he will receive a gooa meai. The Palaee Restaurant ASTORIA IRON WORKS Conromly St., foot of Jackson, Astoria. General Machinists and Boiler Makers Land and Marine Engines. Boiler work, Steam boat and Cannery Work a Specialty. Castings of All Descriptions Made to Order on Short NoUce. lohn Fox. President and Superintenden a, L. Fox Vice President O. B. Prael Secretary Are You Going East? If so, drop a line to A. C. Sheldon, general agent of the "Burlington Rou3," 250 Washington St., Portland. He will mall yon free of charge, maps, time tables, and advise you as to the through rates to any point, reserve sleeDlne car accommodations for you, and furnish you with through tlcketR 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 jonceded to be the finest equipped rail road in the world for all classes of travel. Canadian Pacific RAILWAY. AMERICA'S Greatest 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 East. Tourist r th best on whtelj. I quipinents o.' the very tines through) ut. -ALSO-Canadinn Pacific ROYAL Ml STEAMSHIP , -TO- China and Japan. China steamers leave Vancouver, B. C : Empress of India . kmpress of Jjpan Empmsof Chin Emtrrss of InJIa Empress of Jarin Empress of Chin Aug 5'h. An acih. Spt. t6h. tkt. t4th, Nov. mh. hx. o'h Australia steamer leave Vancouver. B. C i6th of every Dioath. For ticket r.ites ard information cal on or address JAS. FINLAYSON, Aeent, Astoria. Or. W. F. Carson, Traveling Pass. Aet , 1 acoma. Wah. Geo. McL, Brown, DisL Pass. Art., Vancouver, B. C. PROFEHHIOVAL rA toman Physician. Eclectic. DR. BARTEL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ofllce over Albert Dunbar s store, cor. !Uh and Co lmercial. Prices: Calls, Jl; conlliiements. JiO.W. Operations at ifnes free; medicines furnished. W. 0. LOGAN, I, D. S.. DEXTAL PMiUJU Mansell Block. 571 Tiilrd cr-..e:l DK. KILIV JANSON, PHYSICIAN AND SUltOiJON Office over Olsen's drug store. Hours. H to 12 a. m.; 2 to 6 and 1 to p. m. ouu days, 10 to 11. LIBERTY P. AlULLINIX. M. !., PHYSICIAN AND bUKcili.Oi Office, !4, 'liilrd Ht., Astoria, Oix. Special attention given to ml chtoul diseases. DK. O. B. ESTE4, PHYSICi.iN AND miMVOX. Special atlisntlon to disease1 eii .' en and surgery. Otllce over Danziger s store. Vntui:a Telephone I'r 5i JAY TUTTLE. 11. D. PHtfSNJiAN. SURQEOJI, AND selCOUCHEUK. Office, Rooms & and 8, Pythian Building. Hours, . 10 to 12 and ! to 5. Residence, 639, Cedar street DOCTOR ALFRED KINNEY, OFFICE AT HIS RESIDENCE. May be found In his otllce until n o'clock mornings, from 12 noon until t p. m., and from 5 until 7:30 evenings. H. T., CROSBY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 4C8 Commercial Street. W. M. LaForce. 8. B. Smith. LaFORCE & SMITH, ATTORNEYS-AT-Y AW, 3S5 Commercial street. J. . A. BOWLBY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEI.OS AT Ul'P. Office on Second Sti-iet, Asimla Oi. J. N. Dolph. Klchard Nlxuo Chester V. Dolpn. DOLPH. NIXON & DVL.VH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Portland, Oregon, 24, 25, 26, and 21, 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 E. C. HOLDEN. Sectary. mSELAJrljl REAL ESTATE, NOTARY PUBLIC. W. C. CASSELL, 178 Tenth street. WHEN LN P(Ji:TI,A.Ni i Handley & Hans, 150 First ao get the Dally Astorian. Visit..'!- :,-.. not miaa their mnrnitis pap there. BVftltA''.CN WINES ANb UitAMJUi fandol wine !nst..-;-.e? -)I t:: Fifty centE per ,,'ui;on. peach and ap-ica bra nay (loffnac and wine EX TENDED SIM PATH 1 . "Do unto others as you would have others do unto you." is sympathetically shown in the following llne:, the? pre sumption being that s.vniim.n it. imn, or akin to pain or sorrow: "Gentlemen: Please sen'i Krause'i Headache Capsules as follows: Two boxes to Flora Seay, Havanna. N. D;ils. Two boxes to Llllle Wilcox, UrooUliuid, N. Dak. L nave always been a great sufferer from headache and your Cap sules are the only thing that relieves me." Yours very truly, FLORA SEAY, Havana, N. Dak For sale by Chas. dogers, Astoria. Or.. Sole Agent A. V. ALLEN, DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fr :its Vegetables, Crockery, Glass ai.J Plated VV are. Loggers' Supplies. Cor. Cass and Squemrijue Streets. A-.l.nU, Or DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. Notice U hereoy given that the partner ship heretofore existing K-tneiTi tlie un dersigned, under the lirm name. a:icl Btyle Oregon Trantiportution Conipanv, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All outstanding bills or accounts being pay able to Cupt. Puul Suhrader, and he as suming tho payment of all debts due by said firm. Astoria, Or., May 13, 1835. PETER H. CRIM, PAUL SCHRADER. STEAMERS Telephone & Bailey Gatzert. Columbia River and Puget Sound Nav igation Co. Two Daily Boats to Portland "Telephone" leaves Astoria at 7 p. ai. (iBily (except Snmlav). Leave- Portland ' daily at 7 a. tn., ex cept Stinrfav. ' "Bailrv tz..rt Imvm Artnrfa Tne da. WeeltiiHv, Tl r,rs.tBv, Fridny and SHturrlny ii.ori,,,,,, , 6:45 a. m ; .Snn,!nv evi'ninc; nt 7 p. m. -" Le-nves Poriln.hl di.ily at p. n... ex ce, t Suntby. On Srt!,ir,i:iv it V p. tn. C. W. STOXE, A jt'nt, Astiiiia. XT. R Scott PreR,deTnet!ePhne N" 1L A. Seeley. Qen'l Art, Portland. S. II. VILLETT, PLUMBING, n.vs and Sforrt Fittinjr, iiuiir,.r .;m ti! Water H-at:ns.-i. 178 Tvlflti rr.t trr1a. f Hortb Paeifie Bremepy JOHN KOrp.f.-.v lohemhn b?er Beer And XX MViPP. lie CorooDoUtaa JJr be promptly attended t.. ' "