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iflb ivyiY' -AsroixAN, asmla, bAttojdusa mm?, traoEiiM ii i&i for Infants and Children. MOTHERS, Do You Know that Paregoric, Batcman's Drops, Godfrey'! Cordial, many so-called Soothing Syrups, and most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine? Po Yon Know that opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons? Io Yon Know that in most countries druggists are not permitted to sell narcotics without labeling them poisons ? Po Yon Know that you should not permit any medicine to be given your child unless you or your physician know of what it Is composed ? Wo Yon Know that Castoria Is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of its ingredients la published with every bottle? Po 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 ? . Po Yon Know that the Patent Office Department of the United States, and of other countries, have issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and' his assigns to use the word " Castoria " and its formula, and that to Imitate them is a state prison offense? po Yon Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection was because Castoria bad been proven to be absolutely harmless 7 Po Yon Know that 35 average doses of Castoria are furnished for 35 cents, or one cent a dose ? po Yon Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your children may tie kept well, and that yon may have unbroken rest ? Well, these things are worth knowing. They are facts. The fac-slmlle signature of Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. FOR www TlbhflmOOK, NF.HALEM 1 AND . OTHER COAST POINTS STEAflERS R. P. EhjVLORE; M. H. HARRISON, AUGUSTA. Sailin dates to and from Tillamok and Nehalem depend on the weather. For freight and passenger rates apply to ELMORE, SANBORN & CO., Agents. 0. k & N, CO.. After (Deals! Or hi an otlur time when "U it'll M KliOll cttfHr ask (or ths well known, Ijoma-BHile, liHiid mad, whita lalwr citfar "La Belle Astoria." 0uovleii by U smokers to b- the" bt-nt cigar uimufno 11 red. W. F. SCH1EBE, 71 flintr; Street, Astoria. Oregon. As Kranklin says, good drees opens ail duurs, yuu atiuuid nut lose sight of thf fact that a perfect fitting suit la the main feature. WananiaKer & mown are noted for fit, workmanship -miJ superiority of qualities. Their rep-.--iitallve visit? Astoria every three :..iith Offl.e 64 Dekum Building, !''.rlianl. Or Reserve orders til'. nu n thf nrlnr lln ""i'" IS THERE? la there a man with heart so cold. That from his family would withhold The comforts wnicn they all could Ond In articles of FURNITURE of th right kind. And would uggnt at this saioa. ni. e Sldt?l-oard, Extension Table, or ae f Dining Chairs. We have the lanrea md finest line ever shown In the city and at prices that cannot fall to pleaa u rlwet buyer HEILBORN & SON. ' 3 1 l ! II I on every wrapper. ALili Open por Special Charter. Attn. Portland. FREEMAN & HOLMES. Blacknmlth. Special attention paid to steamboat rr pairing, first -class horseshoeing, etc LOGGING CAfflP OlOKK A SPECIALTY 197 Olney street, between Third and and Frnirth Astoria. Or. EVERY REQUISITE FOR : First Class Funerals : AT POflb'S Undertaking Parlor, THIRD STREET. Rate tiwiiin Eaalala( Specialty "A TALENTED EDITOR." Gentlemen: I had occasion to DM several boxes of Krause's Headsvrbe Capsules while traveling to Chicago to attend the National Democratic Con vention. They acted- like charm la preventing beaoachra and dlsxlneaa Have had very little headache sine my return, which la remarkable. Toiira. resoectfuH JOHN U. 8HAm, -Ed. Ranovo (Pa.) Record. For sale by Chaa. Roger. Astoria, Or, sole agent Hi Q Is a aoP'Svlsoaaaa l-lwt, BfirBftlofmirt, Whites. iBlitirtl du ll charge, or aav In a. ffi (na tion of si a c o s f Bmm- 'KlnnO"W".1. bra. lo-newiii k. - . M mmwtt in Sklsxits vnnfT ClrcuUr sect a nijccit- Tlde TabU Iop December, 1895. niOH WiTIR. LOW WATXB. DATE. a.m. II p. M. j a. a. r.u. I 1 1 1 r. 1. 1 .r h.m lft.Dh.in 'ft SUNDAY U :it 6 u 121 711 II. Ill II. II. Ill 111 IU7K8: A':)4 o".!-)6 ! 2'i V n It 8.1 S 151 7 81 -41 s 107UO!, 71835 8 00 1 .ill 1 1 8Hl 8 8.-V.1 O'.l 2:W87I 84M85 U-"ll:-0 1 8 31 8 8 i)42iti) 10 21 -01 I 4 :ri 7 7 in 4 1 111! Il 13 06 6 .tii 7 2 U52H0i 6 ,! 7 OOri 1 2 1 On 2 8 SO-IS lOJill 212 18 9 .'ft U 2 In 2 4 8 20 0 9 III. Till 9 8(M29 4 20 0 1 II 87 0. 4fl.i38 5 1.) -OR . .1 Si084 ii.l-l 1 118819 8; GM.H6 0 5-U I23-(I8 4l!8' 78C.-14 I 1011 1 7 811 8 7 8 In I 2 1 n4.8 71 8 irj3 7 "' 0 7 2 .1 8 2l (l 0i 8 (i 9 :tn-(l I 8 2J 7 fi 0 8-8 5 10 On 0 5 4 00 10 (7 8 4 104-1 1 1 A00S8U14 -i Hi" 17 0 0 Oili 1J87i8 0 11 w 2 4 7 05.16 . 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The steamer Signal sailed for Vancou ver, B. C, yesterday, with 4(K) tons of merchandise for Japan and China, and fourteen Chinese passengers. The State of California left out for San Francisco yesterday with 700 tons tt freight and 226 passengers. She went down to the mouth of the river early, but lay Inside the Jetty for an hour before crossing out. Wong Ding, a Chinaman who was brought down from Vancouver, B. C, by the Signal, Beveral days ago, and taken up to Portland on the steamer on account of the absence from the city of the neces sary witnesses, returned here yesterday, and was permitted to land by Collector Page. The witnesses were present and swore to his Identity. TI. A. Jones and William Macliay, wealthy citizens of Vancouver, B. C, are making arrangements to erect a very large salmon cannery at Village point, Lummi Island, across the bay from New Whatcom. They have already purchased the giound for the site and are now pre paring to build. The cannery will be one of th: largest and most expensive on the Pacific coast and will be ready for oper ation next season. Yesterday, says the Call of Tupsday, the big battleship Oregon grounded on a sandbank that has grown up around her. So helpless Is the huge craft in her shoal that the Union Iron Works yesterday asked the harbor commissioners for a dredeer to dig her out. Colonel Chad bourne, of the commission, who is the chairman on naval affairs, was directed to hurry to the scene ofthe imperiled battleship and dredge her out of the chan nel. Cautain Jung, of the German ship Flot beck, now at Shoalwater Bay, came to the city yesterday morning overland and arranged for the Relief to take his vessel In tow from her present anchorage to this port. The consideration could not be learned, bjt it was satisfactory, and the Relief starts round for Shoalwater Bay in a couple of days. The captain co'rob orates the particulars of the Flotbeck's arrival at Shoalwater, published in the Astorian some days ago. The output of the Beaver Hill m'ne, Coos bay. Is Increasing and the nua'lty Improving. To keep up with the de:rand further transportation facilities are requisite, and the steamer Czarina, now under the American flag, and formerly the British steamer O. W. Jones, an Iron vessel of 661 tons net register, is on the way from Penascola, Fla., to take her place in the line from Coos bay to San Francisco carrying Beaver Hill cal Ar rangements are being perfected which will give ample accommodations for landing the product of this mine, as well as other descriptions of coal here. Gaston Dambrlne, the steward of the steamer Washtenaw, which Is lying at Lombard street wharf, fell Into the hold of the vessel yesterday afternoon and was killed, says the Examiner. The main hatch of the Bteamer was open, . but on account of the rain a tarpaulin had been stretched across the opening, and, the unfortunate man thinking that the wooden cover had been placed over the hatch, leaped from the end of the fore-and-aft bridge down on the tarpaulin and went through It to the bottom of the vessel twenty-four feet below. ' When found a few minutes after he was un conscious and died almost Immcd'ately. It Is against all orders and is considered almost a crime to cover an open batch with a tarpaulin or canvaf, as anybod; Is liable to attempt to walk across such a veritable death trap, consequently the gross carelessness which sacrificed Dam brine's life ytsferday was little short c' manslaughter. The hatch had been cov ered by the stevedores who were hand ling the cargo. The following Is an extract from a let ter received from Captain Bogen, of the British bark Sabrlna relative to the loss of the Farthla. The communication is dated Valparaiso, October 15: "On the passage up here from Talcahuano I picked up part of the crew of the Ameri can ship Parthla, from Liverpool for San Francisco with a cargo of coal. She burned In about latitude 40 south, longi tude r. west. On October 1st the crew left her in three boats, one with the cap tain, one with the mate and the other under the second mate. I picked up the second mate's boat They had bem In the boat eighteen daeys, eight of which they had been without water, and wire In a very exhausted condition when I got them on board. They had burled one man the night before who had died of thirst. His name was David Jones, of Swansea, South Wales. The following is Is a list of the survivors, whom I have placed under the care of the American consul: John Lade, A. B.; Thomas Hen ley, A. B.; John Gannon, A. B.; Albert 8andlll, A. B.; William Scott, A. B. (not expected to recover): Otto Btackman, car penter, and Mr. Crocker, second mate." Regarding salmon the last Issue of the Cutting Packlrg Company's clrcu ar S ys: "Business In this article Is of th most meager character, owing both to the lim ited stock remaining In the hands of pick ers and to the near approach of the holi days and of the time In business, houses for the annual stork taking. The season Just past has been a fairly satisfactory one In the business, and the volume of goods prodncd Is. Including the Increase In low grades, nearly, up to the years whl-h show the lanrt parkin?, and as stocks here are light the natural Infer. er is that th ronsumpt'on of ihe ar- ll"le Is on the InrreMe and that It more than rralntalns Its position among the standard food products of the wor d As a rratter of fact, under the modern enn (litlon of systematic work in pack'ng of food In a shape to be we'l preserved for an Indefinite time and In enoromus quantities, the consumer is often able to purchase his supplies at a less price than he can buy, even In the market of Initial production, the samo article In Its fresh state as offered In a retail way for dally consumption, and this, added to the con venience of having an article available at any moment and at any Reason of the year, is a factor constantly at work to make a larger demand of any wholesome article of food which may he for sale at a reasonable price." The Pacific ocean is becoming more Im portant In the ocean carrying trade than was ever before known. Quite a fleet of vessels under sail and steam are engaged in carrying lumber and wheat from this city, San Francisco and Puget Sound ports to South Africa, Australia and New Zealand. There Is a great need for a more thorough appreciation of meteoro logical matters over the North and South Pacific oceans, especially the latter, for which tho hydrographio office has, as yet, not Issued a pilot chart. A knowledge of where to find a fair wind and a favor able current U a Oeslrable thing to have on board ships of all sorts and conditions. There Is a fleet of coal carriers trading between Newcastle, N. S. W., and this Coast, and their passage varies from be low 50 to 100 days. An old shipmaster who recently ransacked accumulated data and tabulated the positions of each ot seventy-six ships on this route, has come to the conclusion that the longest pas sages have been made by crossing the equator too far east or too far west. Tho actual meridian most affected by the ves sels mentioned was 158 west, but the pas sage of vessels that crossed there var ed from 59 to 77 days. The most rapid pas sage of these seventy-six ships were made by crossing the equator between 148 west and 158 west. The equator was crossed anywhare between 116 west and 179 east, Irrespective of month. Shipmasters en gaged In the trade mentioned should supply all the data they can regarding their voyage to the hydrographlc office, and, in time to come, the same would no doubt tend to shorten passages. During the cereal year 1894-95, ending June 30th last, 164 vessels left this port with grain cargoes. Four of them were bound to New York and the rest of them to direct points in the United Kingdom or to Cork for orders. All of them have arrived at their destinations with the ex ception of the ship Belle O'Brien which left here on June 19th and was lost .off the Irish coast the latter part of last month. The New York ships made the following passages: I. F. Chapman 126, Arabia 111, E. B. Sutton 136, Aryan 107 days. There was great difference in the passage made by the vessels .bound to the United Kingdom, most of whom were Britishers homeward bound. Many of their captains expected to get there for Christmas dlnnris, but missed them by taking too long a trip. Captain Mercler, of the Bcecroft, left here on August S8th, and thought he could spend New Year's, If not Christmas, day among his rela tives. He slipped up on it though,, get ting to London on March 10, after a pas sage of 194 days. The Kenyon was 182 days, the Laomene 180 and the Calllrrhoe and Traveler each 175 days on the trip. There were 126 other vessels that were over 150 days on the passage. The Pin more, hence April 28th, made the best passage home, getting to Cork In 96 days. No other vessel of the neet made tne passage in time that could be written with two gures The next best were the Kllbrannon In 105 and the Salvatoore Cl ampa and the Stronsa each In 107 days. Some good trips have been made by the grain fleet In this cereal year. The Ger man ship H. F. Glade, hence July 3d, arrived at Cork in 108 days, the I. F. Chapman went to Liverpool In 114 days-, and the Kelat an fhe Waterloo to Cork In 116 and 118 days respectively. Commer cial News. Wife Here's an acount of a man who shot himself rather than suffer the pangs of Indigestion. Husband The fool! Why didn't he tnke DeWitfs Little Early RIs ers? I used to suffer as bad as he did before I commenced taking these little pills. Chas. Rogers. The Rochester Chamber of Commerce has Invited Joseph O'Connor, editor of the Rochester Post-Express, to address the chamber on December 19th, the hun dredth anniversary of the signing of the Jay treaty, on "A Century of American Commerce. ROYAL Baking Powder. Highest ot alt In leavening Strength. V. S. Government Report Royal Prescott Hubbard, one of the old conductors of the "underground railway" system before the war, has lust died in Chicago at the age of 90 years. He was born In Sunderland, Mass., and took an active part In Owen Lovejoy s slave-free. Ing Bchemes. He came of the same fam. Ily as Prescott, the historian, and Harriet Prescott Spofford. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria Miss Pert (In bloomers) You stare at me, sir, as though you expected to see me wearing horns! Innocent Young Man Yes, I thought you might be the gnu woman! Cleveland Plain Dealer. Coughing liritates the delicate organs and aggravates the disease. Instead of waiting, try One Minute Cough Cure. It helps at once, making expectoration easy, educes the soarness and Inflammation. Every one likes it. Chas. Rogers. Telegraph wires and cables have done much toward making the world smal ler, and the work Is still going on. The latest movement In that line is the proposed laying of a cable from Para to i point 1,100 miles up the Amazon river, v. Ith the view of ultimately' carrying It ino Peru, which is entered by the Ama zon near the 70th meridian. Here the '-xtensive branches of the great river .arh out west and south to points with :n seventy miles of the Pacific. That tl:e river so far from Its source is broad and deep Is shown by the fact that 20 years ago he Peruvians had a system of gunboats on It which were all sea-going vessels of about 800 tons and twelve fret draught They were built In Europe and taken from Callao to the Amazon through the Straits of Magellan. People In Llmt expect that within a few years steamers will run from the headwaters of the Aira zon direct to Europe. This Is a hint for enterprising Americans engaged In the South American trade. Miss Simper Now, Mr. Photographer, I do hope you have succeeded In taking a good picture. Photographer It's a good likeness. Detroit Free I'rttss. riST.'fl nynvvm BOOT will nnrlfV your blood, clear your complexion, reg ulate your Bowels, and make your head, near as a oen. zt eta., w era., ana it.uu. 4old by J. W. Conn. HER PERIODS' OF REST. "Mrs. Smylax Is very talkative at times, Isn't she?" "At times!" "Well, yes when she's awake." Chicago Record. CURED AS IF BY MAGIC. Victims of Lost Manhood should send at . once tor a dooi that explains now full manly viiror is easily, qnickly and permanentl rentored. ho mar suffering f roc Wtai l ff ford to Ignoio t tlmel r d vh Bor.lc tell lo full straudb. de 17EAK IMl E3 elopment and tons are Imparted to r portion of the boly. Bent with ponitlr. proof (sealed ) re to any ma D on applkauoo EFJKED:S.UCO.,BUFFALO,N.Y. TOU'RE AN EASY PREY With your flesh below a healthy standnrd, for Consumption end ether Scrofulous an 1 dangerous diseases. And It's for Just this condition that Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery Is especially valuable. If you're thinner than you ought to bi whether from wasting diseases, defective nutrition, or whatever cause, the "Dis covery" will surely bring you up to the healthy standard. By restoring the nor mal action of the deranged organs and functions, It arouses every natural source and means of nourishment As a strength restorer, and flesh builder, nothing like this medicine Is known to medical sci ence. Filthy Cod Liver Oil and all Its disguised compounds can't compare with it. Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure constipation, Indigestion, or dyspepsia, biliousness and heada?hea A man Bllghtly Imbued with alcoholic enthusiasm called at the box office of the ew iorg uasino where "The I.Izard of tne Nile is in course of production. "1 am a wizard and T want a miia aanH When Henry B. Smith, the librettist of mo iipcru, neara thi3, he relate! that In a Chicago theater one evening a mar. stenDed forward and snld! 'T wnnt a seat for my dog." They gave him K 9. ineairicai rulings. DID YOU EVER Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your troubles? If not, get a bottle now and get rtJIef. This medicine has been found to be peculiarly adapted to the rallef and cure of all female complaints, exerting a wonderful direct Influence In giving strength and tone to the organs. If you have Loss of Appetite, Constipa tion, Headache, Fainting Spells, or are Ntrvous, Sleepless,- Excitable, Melan choly or troubled with Dizzy Spells, Elec tric Bitters Is the medicine you need. Health and Strength are guaranteed by Its use. Large bottles only GO cents at Chas. Rogers' drug store. "I reiterate it!" It was an emancipated woman who spoke, and her earnest tone bntrayed the depth of feeling. "I reiter ate it, I say! A woman who will beat har husband the tender, timid darling she has avowed to lovo and chnrlsh doe) not deserve to have one." Judge. ,If suffering with piles, tt will Interest you to know that DeWitfs Witch Haze! Salve will cure them. This medicine Is a speclfto for all complaints of this char acter, and If instructions (which are sim ple) are carried out, a cure will result We have tested this In numerous cases, and always with like results. It never falls. Chas. Rogers. The late marquis of Waterford was on account of his lameness allowed to ad dress the house of lords seated. He was, nevertheless, quite a forcible and con vincing speaker. SHILOH'S CURB la sold on a gvar ntee. It cures Incipient consumption, t Is the best Cough Care. Only on ent a dose. 26 cents. 60 cts., and $1.00. For Sale by J. W. Conn. Count Wllhelm von Stollberg-Wernlger-ode and his counters have Just celebrated their diamond wedding. The count Is 88 years old and the. countess ten years younger. One Mlr.ute Cough Cure is a popular lemedy for croup. Safe for children and adults. Chas. Rogers. Miss Louise Imogene Gulney, the poetess, Is described as a "light, blue eyed girl, delicate as a wild rose, elusive as thistledown." Miss Guiney has both Irish and French blood In her veins. All the paten. ineaiJliea advertised in this paper, together with the cholc jst perfumery, and toilet articles, etc., in be bought at tne lowest prices at J. W. Conn's drug store, opposite Oo ldent Hotel A. tnria When Kink Thebaw of Burmah was de throned the English left him an estate In his own country for his maintenance. They now propose to seize on the Income from it in order to pay his creditors. Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder (Contains no Ammonia or Alum. At the very lowest estimate Mr. Bran don Thomas has mado J150.000 out of hlB share of the profits connected with "Charley's Aunt." Probably Mr. Henry Arthur Jones has made as much out ot "The Silver King." One Minute Cough Cure Is rightly nam ed. It affords Instant relief from suffer ing when afillcled with a severe cough or cold. It acts on the throat, bronchial tubes, and lungs and never falls to give Immediate relief. Chas. Rogers. In a recent Issue of the Hoxle, Kan., Democrat the editor said: "Last Satur day night at 10 o'clock was another anni versary for us, and it made l.oiu nays since we stepped out of the back door of our office and broke our beloved whisky bottle, pledging never to ueo the vile stuff Biraln. To our certain knowledge we have kept tho faith." Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria A WISE COOK. 'GMI.r.nn,lA Tllnnl I of New Chambermaid Are there really so many mice In this nouser kt.., -nnirnr miraA nni T win deter mined, however, that the mistress should get a cat. You see, I've a young man who calls on me pretty orten, ana wo must be able to account in some way for the food I give him. unfortunate Cod-liver oil suggests consumption, which is al most unfortunate. Its best use is before you fear -consumption; when you begin to get thin, weak, run down ; then is the pru dent time to begin to take care, and the best way to take care is to supply the system with needed fat and strength. Scott's Emulsion of cod-liver oil. with hvno phosphites, will bring back plumpness to those who have lost it, and make strength where raw cod- liver oil would be a burden. A n&ittiuit out tmitttn tJU arirmal. Scott k Bowm, Chtmwu, New York. yx. tni $1.00 How maSe Fortune $100 for every $10.00 invested WD De made oy our new SYSTEMATIC PLAN OF HHKCULATION. 110.00 and more made dally oa small In vestments, by many persona Who llvs away from Chicago. All we e. Is to mrt'irate rr new ami original method. Pat rorfclno of p an and higSest reference furnished. Our Booklet, "I'olnts and Hints," tow to take money even when on the wrong Wt of the market and other Information iS'lmora Co., Bankers and HnJiere. 0; en Board of Trade JiUg., Chicago, r.l. mm? rRW m THE BEST PIPE , TOBACCO. 1872 1895 Brothers, Se'l ASTORIA, Lubricating OILS A Specialty, Ship Chandelery, Hrdware, Iron & Steel, Coal, Groceries & Provisions, Flour & Mill Feed, ! Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Loggers Supplies, Fairbank's Scales, Doors & Windows, Agricultural Implements Wagons & Vehicles. E. flcNElL, Receiver, icy .smif an if.1 smmcar Gives Choice of Tmo Transcontinental IH- T iwuica, Via Via Spokane Ogden, Denver and and St. Paul. Omaha or St. Paul. Pullman and Tourist Sleira Fro Reclining Ctnlra Oar. Astoria to San Francisco. Columbia, Thursday, Deo. B. State of California, Tuesday, Deo, 10. Columbia, Sunday, Deo. 15. State, Friday, Dee. 20. Columbia, Wednesday, Deo. 23. State, Monday, Dec. 30. Columbia, Saturday, Jan. 4. Astoria and Portlnd Steamers. The T. J. Potter will leave Astoria at 7 p. m. daily, except Sundiyj leavs Port land at 7 a. m. daUy, except Sunday. The Bteamer Durttne will leave Astoria at :4S a, m. dally, except Sunday; tear Portland at I p. m. dally, except Satur day. For rates and general Informatlqn cal. ja or address Q. IV. LOUNS BERRY, Aent. H. HURLBURT, Gen. Pas. Art., Portland. Or. Are You Going East? Be sura and see that your ticket reads via T HE NORTH-WESTERN LINE. -tw CHICAGO, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS and OMAHA RAILWAYS. This la tha GREAT SHORT LINE Between DULUTH, ST. PAUL, CHICAGO And all Points East and South. Their Maa-nlfloent Track, Peerless Vea- Ubuled Dining ana eieepiac w Trains and Motto: "ALWAYS ON TIME " Have given this road a national reputa tion. All claaaea of passengers carried on the veetlbuled trains without extra charics. Bhip your freight and travel over this famous Una. All agents have ticket. W H MEAD, F. C. SAVaOK. Oen. AcenL Trav. F. and P. Agt U WMMnytOB rt., Portlffnl. Or. Mrs. T. 8. Hawkins, Chattanonm, Tenn,. says, "Bhllor's Vitalise 8AVrt WT LIKE.' I consider it tnt best rera dy for a debilitated system I evet ned." For Dysperwia, Liver or Kid nty trouble. It axoalla Pjlve Is eta. For Bale by J. W. Conn. TP p? H W Japanese Bazaar 8INQ LUNG, Prop. We have Just received a fine aasortinont of Chrlfltmaa toys and noveltli-x, and we can save you money on anytlilni; yon r. uy need in this line. 417 Bond Street, next door to Uouler's Fruit Btor. B. F. ALLEN, WH Piper. Artists' Materia',, Paints. Oils, Glass, etc. Japanese Mattli gs, Rags anj Bamboo CouJ 365 Commercial Street. QUNSET 0 WILL KUJN Tuiice a Veek BETWEEN San Francisco AND New Orleans Over the Great s unset Route LeaviDg San Francisco Tuesdays and Saturdays From Tuesday, Nor. 5, 1895. The mot compiote, modern, elegantly equipped and perfectly nrraiured Veatl- nuiea Tiunoconttnanrtai Train In America. New Equipment, especially designed for ttite aervtce. Direct connect! n In New Orleans or all Eastern pot ' . Quick time. THE flSTOip L;ijics mu Acts as trustee for corporations and In dividual. Transact a general banking business. Interest paid on time deposits. 9: A. BOWLBT President oruj. iuuku vice President FRANK PATTON Cashlar DIRECTORS. J. Q. A. Bowlby, C. H. page. BenJ Toung, A. 8. Reed. D. P. Thompson W. E. Dement, Oust Holmes. . Few Hen Would Ask for a Finer Dinner than thos w serve. Wi'ri trying in vary way to make them the most en Joyabla In town. All th "good things" of the season cooked by our excellent eook In tha mnart i1llnUit,a .Hrl. Ty. . . .... " J . W. OTACU. service. If you Invito a friend to the Palace Restaurant the place Is a sufficient guar antee that ha will receive a good meal. The Palace Restaurant J.A FASTABEND, GENERAL CONTRACTOR, PILE DRIVE?, HOUSE, BRIDGE 0d WH1RT BUILDER. Asdrets. boi ilo, PeitoBce. ASTORIA. OR SEASIDE SflWfJILL complete stoca of lumber en band In tha rough or dressed. Flooring, rua tlo, oelllng, and all kinds of finish; moulding and shingles; also bracket work don to order. Term reasonable and prices at bedrock. Ail orders promptly attended to. Office and yard at mllL H. L. LOGAN. Proo'r. laaaid. Orecna KARL'S CLOVER ROOT, th, great Blood purifier, give fresnuew and clearness to the MmniAvmn Constipation. H eta., to cts , 11.00. j"or eai oy j. w. Conn. INDORSED BT TUB PRESS, (lent lumen Tki. tn --t. .l . . . - w .r. ' " j mar nave used Krause'a Kedaco fapmiies With atfLtlsfaj'tnfr Ma,iW . t . box which coat me Jij. and one tpi i cured me of a drearl'ul ei k h-nUach. My wlf and mvaeif have both v-i the madlrinM muntifcr.r.,. .... - Norman Llxbty Mfg Co.. ar.d we re commend thrn to tL4 tuLi.u t c-hit Aiw nuak VaJO j m.l o r- i IJ U. X . 4.., a 4euHLfiC Jrti: Mo. Twntvflvii ruin fx fo mi. u t Porm. Astoria, Or., oi n. Captain Bwen, 13. a A f.tn r. Cal. aaya; "fchiioYa C:trrh y . , la th fin medic'nt 1 fcava ey-r , that woull o m rj r -i. i eta. Bom fcy J. W. UtuxL M Trn s umi 1 i.u SEASON Of I805.1896.