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THE DAILY A9T0E1AK, ASTORIA, .flATB&i 'iftmTDfG, EGCEMBElt &3, 1805. What is "3 ft Ml l I C Castorla Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It Is Pleasant. Its guarantee Is thirty years' use by Mllons of Mothers. Castona destroys "Worms and allays feyerishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castorla relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Castoriaassimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. Castoria. "Castor! U in excellent medicine for ckll 4ren. Mother have repeatedly told me of lu food (fleet upon their children." Da. G. C Osoooa, Lowell, Mau. " Castoria b the best remedy for children of Which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not br distant when mothers will consider the real Interest of their children, and use,Castorla instead af the various quack nostrums which arc destroying; their loved ones, by forcing pium, morphine, soothing syrup and oth.r hurtful agents down their throats, thereby Hading; tbem to premature graves." Da. J. P. Kmc, blob, Conway. Ark. Th Centaur Company, 77 FOR TlhhAmOOK;, NEHALE'M AND COAST POINTS OTHER STEAHERS R. P. EhjVlORE, (VI. H. HARRISON, AUGUSTA. Suilin (la esi., and Irom Tillanx" k and Niha'eip depend on :vf we.ih.T. For freight and passenger rates apply to ELMORE, SANBORN & CO., Agents. O. k & N, CO., After (Deals I Or hi any other time when u is'lt a good oiK'ur ask for the well kuiiwu, Lome-made, ban J maJe, wbite lalKir oiiiar "La Belle Astoria." Coucv.ied ly hII smokers to b- the bt-nt oiuar mauufno ured. W. F. SCHIEBE, 71 JMiritl? Street, Astoria. Oregon. Aa franklin says, good dresa opena Ail doors, you should not lose sight of. the fact that a perfect fitting suit is the main feature. Wananmker & brown are noted for fit, workmanship and superiority of qualities. Their rep resentative visit Astoria every three months. Offi.e 4 Dekum Building, Portland. Or Reserve orders ill. ' v en fh !.rtnr lln i '""Pi"' 15 THERE? la there a roan with heart That from his family would withhold me comforts wnich they all could find In articles of FURNITURE of th rig-ht kind. Mid w would suggest at this season. i. e sideward. Extension Table, or ae f fining Chairs. We have the lanrea I Ineoi line ever shown In the city . d at prlr";i that cannot fall to pleas 'Mt Trover Castoria. . " Castcrla is owell adapted to children that I recommend U as superior to any prescription known to me." H. A. AxcRca, M. D in So. Oxlord St., Brooklyn, N. T. "Our physicians in the children's depart ment have spoken highly of their experi ence in their outside practice with Castorla, and although we only have among onr medical supplies what U known as regular products, yet we are free to confess that the merits of Castorla has won us to look with favor upon it." Ckitbo Hospital Aim Disfbrsaky, Boston, Mass. Aura C. Buith, frt:. Murray Strsat, Now York City. AMI Open For Special Charter. Agenis. Portland. FREEMAN & HOLMES. Blacksmiths. Special attention paid to steamboat re pairing. first-olaa horseshoeing, e'o LOGGING CAMP (DORK A SPECIALTY 197 Olnay atreet, between Third and end Fourth Astoria Or EVERY REQUISITE FOR : First Class Funerals : ' AT P08l'S Undertaking Parlor, THIRD STREET. RitM Puvmdw Embalming Specialty "A TALENTED EDITOR." Gentlemen:! had occaslun to use several boxes or Krause's Headache Capsule while traveling to Chicago U attend the National Dimocratlt Ton vention. They acted like a charm In preventing heaoaobee and llzxlnem ti.. hnH rorv little headache since I my return, which is remarkable. I Cm m. reBwuuuK. JOHN U. SHATTER. Ed. Re novo (Pa.) Record. For sale by Chaa. Rogers. Astoria. Or., aole agent. Hit Aba aon-rolramis ffrnwlT lor Ounorrbflfea. OI-t, 6permiorrh'ra, Uhiu. annftttiral 4u rharg, fr Anr iiid-taima- MtMKfHtif- lion, imimtH'U w urn. f flu I U4T i VV; rw,' J ..r will... fi-'' "H yay.v" t, (j,Iruf teat ku rajui-tS. Tfde 'Table for December,' 1895. lllfill Watch. i. u. li p. a. tow wTtn. HATE. A. U. P. H. h mjjr' ' 0 Tit mi I 21 7n! .'113 7 11 'J 17 7 VI :l :l 7:i, I 1 i7 3i .'(l I 41 S r.7 fi :u; 7i 7ai7M H 1-2 8ii h.m I ft fl III t ft Tf 6 8 4i f,8 i 3 ! Ih.m i f: M'NDAV . I M'jlny. .. '-' ruesilny .. ttrilii'wl'y 4 I'liiii'sdiiy.. ' II 475H: is ;;"' i orliio, 1 'miit' ; 4 Ml;7 7! ! :uii7 2 .t;!-o 6 7 81 1-0 a 8 :2 0i 8alj 0!) B Mi'-O 0 7 IK ..) u ill ! 8 4 '! inasA Truiuy , Sutiirilav.. i'ndaV. Mon.lay.... 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Captain Charles Davis takes command of the barkentine Portland on her nut trip to this river. The British ship Andrlta Is anchored at Brookllelcl. She will be at an Astoria anchorage this afternoon. The steamer South Coast, from San Francisco, is off the mouth of the river. She will probably cross In the morning. The British bark Samarkand v-as brought' down as far as Tongue Point lar-t nlsht from PortUnd ard anchored there. None of the steamers or vessels waiting to leave out got away today. The Co lumbine, Augusta Harrison and Elmore will try to cross to sea today. The Norwegian steamer Florida sa'led last Saturday night from Vancouver, B. C, for South Africa with a cargo ot lumber, consisting of 2,500,003 feet, valued at over f21.500. Captain Houd'ette, j)f the steamer Aus tralia, spends his first Christmas ashore since 1S72. One Christmas ashore In 23 years Is a low average and should be par ticularly enjoyable. The repairs to the Ped'ordshlro will not be completed till the 8th of January. It Is understood that the owners of the Glencairn will pay the bill, though no definite agreement has yet been reached. The telegraph line to the Oapo was in working order again yesterday, the first time since the 22nd. The op rator's last report, at 4 p. m., slnted that the weather was very rough, with Ihe galo moderat ing. I During the month of November 22.91B Immigrants arrived In the United States, of whom 12.SS6 were males and 10.C30 fe males. For the eleven months ending with November 174.459 ma'es and 130,678 females; total, 305,137 arrived. Experiments on the coast of Eng'and lately showed that sky flashing signals were often visible during fog when noth ing could be seen toward the horizon and vessels were Invisible within pound of their machinery. This Is an argument for sky flashes from lighthouses. The British bark Aldergrove arrived at Honolulu on December 14 after a I'ngthy passage of 174 clays from L'verpool. She wus thirty-five days off Cape Hern bat tling with head winds and then ran before them and went by the Cape of Good Hope. In one storm a sailor was lost overboard. The steamer State, of California came In from San Francisco yesteidny morning and after discharging CO tons of cargo at the O. R. & N. dock proceeded up the river to Portland. She had 185 pasen gers for Portland. Her captain reports a very rough trip from Cape Mend clno up and a particularly bad slxiy m.nutes crossing the mouth of the river. The American bark Topgallant, which un lved yesterday from Port U ake ey, suys the Journal of Commtrce, hud a very rough voyage. On Dcemb r Bth heavy seas struck the vessel, sia. t ng the forecastle three feet below the water 1 ne. Seventy-live thousand feet cf lumbtr And 3.C0O laths had to be th own overboard to keep the vessel afloat, and the bow had to be patched up with canvas. There Is being prepared at the Brooklyn navy yard an electrical device for signal ing at sea which presents novel features. It Is a frame 3'j feet square, with 1 gilts so arranged as to show ail the letters of of the alphabet as they are illuminated one after the other by electric connection with a circuit for each. It Is claimed that these V tters will be visible for a dis tance of t -n miles, and a sea trial w'll be given as soon as the apparatus is com pleted. The ocean wharf at Port Los Angeles 13 dlslant from Santa Monica about two miles. I? Ik about 4.TU0 feet in I ngtl' and for 1,000 feet at the outer end It Is 131 feet wide. It points southwest hy w st, In latitude 34 def 1 mln. 20 sees, ncrih, and Icngltude 117 deg. 32 mln. 20 tsec.?. west, Santa Monica bay. The derlh of water along the outer 1,001 feH of the wharf at high tide Is about 40 feet, with a rise and fall of tide from five to eight feet. The O. C. & E.'s boat William M. Hoag, under command of Captain James ,8mlth, arrived Vre yesterday morning about 9 o'clock, rays the Guard. On board the boat vre Manager Edwin B. Ptrne, of tho (). l: & E. R. R., and W F. Ciosby, of San Francisco, owner of the Fara Ion, which plies between Portland and San Francisco. The Hoag arrived here on a &Vi foot stag? of water, as r g'a'ered at this city. She is a boat of 800 tons bur-r-r, nd drew 24 Inches of water on this trip, but experienced nc difficulty in get ting up here. She did not have to line up over any of the riffles, and ran from Harrlsburg up In 5 hours and 10 minutes. Tha boat had about five tons of freight for this city. The Hoag left for Harrls hurg early this morning, having on brard 25 tons of oats which Mr. Crosby had purchased of S. H. Frlend'y. Manager Stone stated that the O. C. ft E. would run boats to Eugene wh( never they could. Lll'y. Bogardus & Co. revived rotlec by telephone from Everett yrste'day morning that at 9 o'clock tie!r Meanvri Clan McDonald was "fnagirrd" at Marys- vllle, three miles below West Everett, and was taking water rapidly, saya the P.-l. Throughout the day no further Informa tion was received. Mr. Lilly sought for a steamboat to go to the assistance ot the Clan McDonald, but at a late hcur had not bfen able to engage one. He met with the new owner of the steamer Mary F. PeHey. Mr. W. F. aner. hut Ihe Prrlev is on Mnrnn's gridiron for re pairs. The C'nn McDona'd le't he-e at mln'eM cn Christmas eve, wl'h a 'oad r,f fr.-'-M and several pswnger The 1 : r ;ri taVf n f Hi''flt aid s f f.rtd Utile Inconvenience. It Is r oKHe flat the freli'ht will be taken off by the K'faTr Mabel, belonging to the same company, this) evening. It Is not bt- lleved that the Clan McDonald Is serious ly damaged, but, as before stated, the firm had received no definite Information up to a lato hour last night. According to Dutch law, a shipowner who loses a vessel'ls .only personally li able for the wages of his crew up to the dute when the ship discharged her last cargo; for wages after that date up to the date of the loss only the ship and freight are responsible. A rase In point has Just arisen. The Dutch schooner Nordster went to pieces on the shore of the Isle of Wight on the 24th of March last, and the crew lost all tlfclr effects. Her last cargo was discharged cn the 3d of December, 1894, and the steward (a German) made a claim of 8 6s for wages from that date up to the date of strand ing. But only 5s 6d was apportioned to him out of the proceeds of the sale of the wreck, and the law barred any further claim. Oregon: Willamette River Light Sta tionNotice Is hereby given that on or about December 31, 1895, a fixed red lens lantern light will be established on the platform projecting from the north cor ner of the structure recently eree'ed In the water off the north point of Nigger Tom islands, cast side of the Wll a- ette river, at Its conjunction with the Colum bia river. The focal plane of the light will be about 31 feet above mean ("da ) high water, or 10 feet above average sum mer high water. The structure Is a one-and-a-half-story house, painted white with lead-colored trimmings and red not, supported on a platform on piles. The approximate geographical position of the light, as taken from chart No. 8,145 of the United StateB Coast and Geodetic Survey Is: Laatltude, north, 45 39 02: iongl'ude, west, 122 45 63. During thick or foggy weather a bell will be struck by fa- chlhery, a single blow every 10 seconds. This notice affects the list of lights and and fog signals. Pacific Coast, 1895, page 20, after No. 972, and the list of beacons and buoys, Pacific Coast, 1894, page 45. By order of the lighthouse board. JOHN O. WALKER. Rear-Admiral tr, 8. N., Chairman BIRTH OF THE STAG. When All the World Was Young and Happy. McMillan's Magazine. Who shall presume, unless by rare chance he may have assisted at the cere mony, to na.-io the day and place of birth of a wild red deer? Yet, If the knowl edge of the ways of deer bo not vtln. and all experience of teeth and head and slot be not at fault, our conjtcture will not lead us very far from the truth. 80 he came into the world a downy-haired white-spotted little red deer calf, with four rather long legs and two rather larce ears, and looked around him with two great, beautiful eyes, and saw his heritage of Exmoor before him, fold upon fold of grass and heather with the ehad' ows of the clouds coursing over it, bound ed on one hand by the blue sky and on thn other by the blue sen. A peaceful, happy world it must have seemed to him In those early months, singularly full for the moment of heed- less voung creatures like himself. Now he would see an old vixen with hec cubs around her playing merrl'y, as only fox cubs can play, and hunting distracted beetles among the stones; now a sober old pray hen, much cumbered with the cares of maternity, watching anxiously over her brood-of little poults; now a b'ood thlrsty old weasel with two couple of young weasels behind her, all hurrying forward with little, short legs, and long, lithe bodies on the line of some hapless rabbit, and speaking Joyfully to the scent as they ran. Sometimes when walking leisurely among the burning stones on the sunny combe side his dam would back her ears and look fierce, and he would see the old mother viper open her hideous, wicked jaws, and the little vipers rush down her throat to their haven of refuge. Nay, even when she took him with her to the brown peat stream, the trout fry dashed away from the shallows before him, and he could watch them scurrying from stone to stone, half In fright and half in p ay. For all the world was young in those days, and all the young, except the trout, Beemed to have a kind mother to look after them. The London TlmeB says Thomas B. Reed la "one of the ablest and most masterful politicians on the Republican side." ROYAL Baking Powder. Highest ot all la leavening Strength V. S. Government Report Regardless of the economic principle In volved In the case, the fact remains that Mr. Bayard committed what even his strongest partisans will admit was an In discretion of a grave nature, and his utterances at Edinburgh, containing such a serious characterization of the Amei leans who honestly believe in pro tection, was wholly uncalled for and Im properWashington Star. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. The house of representatives deserves the thanks of the American people for the scathing rebuke It has administered to Thomas F. Bayard. If Mr. Cleve land's ambassador to England were a pi r son of keen sensibilities who reallz d his obligations to the nation which he Is sup posed to represent, he would resign his position Instantly. New York Commer cial Advertiser. KARL'S CfcOVER BOOT will purify vour blood, clear your complexion, reg 'late your Bowels, and make your bead I ear aa a bell. 26 eta., 50 eta,, ana xi.uu. 'iild by 3. W. Conn. WHEN PRAISE 18 A DUTY. Tr-llh. Tourist What's the mean temperature ai ound here? Boomer Stranger, thar ain't any mean temperature hyaro bouts. It's alius de lightful. The utterances of Mr. Bayard, If from the lips of an American bearing no of ficial title, would have been a deep and lasting offense, but In a pub'le official they were Intolerable. The house Is act ing well within the scope of Its duties In condemning Bayardism most forcibly. Our unfortunate ambassador Is likely to give a new name to the slurr'ng ol Americans and their Institutions. Ro chester Democrat and Chronicle. One Mlr.ute Cough Curs is a popular tt-medy for croup. Safe for children and adult. Chaa. Rogers. THE USUAL FATE. Spare Momenta. Brown You look aa if you had the blues. Robinson So I have. I've lost my beautiful new silk umbrella. "Where did you leave ItT" "I didn't leave It anywhere. The owner met me and took It away from me." IWU UIGGfl iNCE MORE la harmony ' with the world. 9O00 completely eared men arc in(pnf nappy praises tor ma BTeauas aranu at and most aao ceasf ul enr for acx nil waakoeea and loatrlror known to medical rlrare. As (account of thtavoit cfcrui ducotxry. In bonk form, wlih n maces mud proof, Kill t. sent to feHag men (Sealed) fret. Fnli manly rivor pcrmaotaUy tmuovL- Failure impossible. ERIE BENGAL C0.,EUFFALO,M.Y. YOU GET STRONG, Tf you're a tired out or "run-down" woman, with Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription. And, If you sufTer from any "female complaint"- or disorder, you get well. For these two thingsto build up women s strength, and to cure women's aliments this Is the only medicine which, once used, Is always In favor. Therefore, nothing else can be "Just as good", for you to buy. The "Prescription" regu lates and promotes all the natural func tions, never conflicts with them, and is perfectly harmless In any condition o the female system. It Improves diges tion, enriches the blood, brings refreshing sleep, and restores health and vigor. For ulcerations, displacements, bearing-down sensations, periodical pains, and every i chronic weakness or Irregularity, It's a remedy that safely and permanently cures. GOT OUT AT HEAVEN. Exchange. A little boy of 5 years was "playing railroad" with his little sister of 2. Drawing her upon a footstool,, he Imag ined himself both the conductor and the engine. After Imitating the puffing no'se of the steam he called out, "New York," and. In a moment offer, "Patt.r cn." and then "Philadelphia." IMs knrw'eige of towns was now exhausted, and at the next place he cried "Heaven." His little sister said eagerly, "Top; I des I'll dct out here." FREE PILLS. Send your address to II. E. Bucktan ft Co., Cbtaago, and get a free sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will convince you of their merits. Thee.- pills are easy In action and are particularly effective In the cure of Cons'.tpailon an1 Sick Headache. For MaitirJa and Liver TroufUiea tlhuy have been proved invalu able. They are guaranteed to be perfect ly frae from every defoterloua substance and to be pure'.y vepa;ble. They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone tu eooTrtach and bowV.s greats y In vigorating tie ayxauBL Keffulur size 25c per txox. Sold ba Oana Rivera, Druggist. Marquis Sacreponte, member of the Noble Guard, who Is bringing Batolll's red hat, is on board the steamer Fulda, due In New York next Thursday. 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 take EeWltt's Little Early P.la ersT I used to suffer as bad as he did before I commenced taking these little pills. Chaa. Rogers. Du Maurler has recently made the statement that his profits from "Trllhy," including his royalties from the play, amount to $125,000 so far. If suffering with piles, it will Interest you to know that DeWitt'a Witch Hazel Salve will cure them. This medicine Is a specific for all complaints of this char acter, and if instructiona (which are sin pie) are carried out, a cure will result. We have tested this In numerous cases, and always with like results. It never falls. Chaa. Rogers. M. Hanotaux, the French ex-minister of foreign affals, describes the sultan ns a dark little man, pale-faced, with restless eyes and a lady's hand. SHILOH'S CURE Is sola on a guar Dtee. It cures Incipient consumption, t Is the beat Cough Cure. Only one ent a dose. 26 cents, 60 cts., and 11.00. For Sale hy J. W. Conn. JEERING AT MISERY. "Doctor, I want a tooth pulled. I'm a great coward when It comes to enduring pain, and yet I'm afraid of both laughing gas and chloroform." "You might be happy with ether." All the (juien. inedUl'iea tdvertised n this paper, together with the choic est perfumery, and toilet articles, etc., 11 n be bought at tne lowest prices at J. W. Conn's drug store, opposite Oc cident Hotel A. toria Grover waB a long time getting ready, but when he did he gave the lion's tail a good twist. What will he do when the lion roars? St. Louis Star Sayings. Or. Price's Cream baking Powder Contains no Ammonia or Alum. Publlo sentiment has at laBt had Its ef fect upon President Cleveland, ard he has flnnllv tnken the stand that was demand ed In behalf of the Monroe doctrine. Peoria Transcript. One Minute Cough Cure Is rightly nam ed. It affords instant relief from suffer ing when afflicted with a severe cough or cold. It acts on the throat, bronchial tubes, and lungs and never fails to give Immediate relief. Chas. Rogers. As to Johnny Bull and his big ships and his big guns, It will be reca'led that it was predicted back In 1776 that they would be too much for us. Washington POBt. Cnildren Cry for Pitcher's Castona NOT WHAT KIND OF A BOY. Visitor Johnny, are you making great preparations at your Sundey school for Christmas? Johnny I'm not goln' to Sunday school now, ma'am. Visitor Not going to Sunday school?' Johnny-Nome. I quit last Sunday. 1 don't want folks to think I'm one of these boys that's good only during the holi days. I'll start again after ChrlBtmas Is over. scrofula Any doctor will tell you that Professor Hare, ot Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, is one of Ihe highest authorities in the world on the action of drugs. In his last work, speaking of the treatment of scrofula, he says: " It li hardly necemary to state that cod-llvci oil it tha best remedy of all. The oil should be given In eiuulMutl, so pripared a to be palatable." He also savs that the hypophosphit.es should be combined with the oil. Scott's Emulsion of cod livef "oil, Twitli hypophos phites, is precisely such a preparation. How mISe Fortune $100 for nvery $10.00 invested Can be made by our new 8Y8TEMATIC PLAN OP KPECULATION. 11000 a.nd mora mad dally on small In- veatmonts. by many persona who live away from Chicago. All we ak la to Investigate our nw and orKrlnal method. Pa rorklno of pan and highest reference fmlih4. Our Bofc,,. "Points and Hint." how to 'ke Tv.ty ven whii on th wrcr .. '. of tha market saJ other Information u;. FREE. (Mniore Co., Bankers and Rrolcera. Ojn Board of Trade Bldg., Chicago, HI. THE BEST - PIPE TOBACCO. I872 1895 Brothers, Sel ASTORIA. Lubricating OILS A Specialty. Ship Chandwlery, Hnrdware, Iron & Steel, . Coal, Grocerie ct Provisions, Flour & Mill Feed, Paints, Oils. Varnishes, Loggers Supplies, Fairbank's scales, Doors & Windows, Agricultural Implements Wagons & Vehicles. E. flcNEIL, Receiver. Gives Choice of Tuio Transcontinental -A. a I M T A. Koutea, Via Spokane and St. Paul. Via Ogden,Denvei and Omaha or bt. Paul. Pullman and Tourist tloera Free Reclining Ch vlra Cur Astoria to San Francisco. Columbia, Thursday, Deo. 6. State of California, TueBday, Deo. 10. Columbia, Sunday, Dec. 15. State. Friday, Deo. 20. Columbia, Wednesday, Doo. 25. State, Monday, Deo. 30. Columbia, Saturday, Jan, 4. Astoria and Portlnd Steamers. The T. J. Potter will leave Aatorla at 7 p. m. dally, except Sundiy; leave Port land at 7 a. m. dally, except Sunday. The Steamer Lurttna will leave Astoria at :46 a, m. dally, except Sunday; leave Portland at p. m. dally, except Satur day. For rates and Kenurul Information oh i in or address . o, w. lounSberrt, Arrant, vV H HURLBURT, On. Paa. AsTt. Portland. Or Are You Going East? Be sure and see that your ticket reads via T HE RORTH-WESTERK LIKZ. CHICAGO, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS ajid OMAHA RAILWAYS. Thla la tha GREAT SHORT LINE Between DULUTH, ST. PAUL, CHICAGO And all Points East ami Sdjltll. Their Magnificent Track. J'ecilcas V' Ubuled Dlnlnf and Sleej lug Cur Train and Motto: "ALWAYS ON 1IML" Hava given this road a national reputa tion. All claasea of passengers carried on the vestlbuled trains without extra hin vnnp frrlirht and travel over tills famous Una. All agent hava ticket. VV II MEAD, JT. U. DAVAUu, Oen. Agmt Trav. P. and P. Aft Ut Waahlnirton at.. Portland. Or. Mrs. T. 8. HawRlns, Chattanooga, Tenn,. says, "Shllor'9 Yiializer SAV1 1) MY L!FK.' I cws'.drr It t.".e hist rcrz dy for a debilitated system I eve! nei" For Dysperiaia, Liver or Kid nty trouble. It txcella. Pilve eta. For Bale by J. W. Conn. Japanese .Baztuir SING LUNG. Prop. We have juat received a Hue nsHortmvnt i)f ChrlBtmas toys and noveltks and we can save you money on anything yuu may need In this line. 417 Bond Street, next door to Moiiler'a Fruit Store. B. F. ALLEN, Wall Piper. Anlits' Mit.rla',. f'-u tL Oils, Cilam, dc .jp.im Mailt . us an J ll.imboo.Go:. S 3C5 Cumiricrciol Street. 0UNSET v) iiMiTrn LI INI I LUi BKASON OF 18o5-t86. WILL KUJN Tuiice a Week BETWEEN San Francisco - AND . . New Orleans Over the Great C unset Leaving San Francisco Tuesdays and Saturdays Fronr Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1895. ThA mrt Mmn'nl. m.vlarn al..iranllu equipped and perfectly itriMjiged Vtetl- iucu imnw.-uiiunem.i4 train in America, New Emiinmwnt. eeoeclLllv dral.ntd fur tills service. Direct connections in New Orleans or all Eastern points. Quick time. THE ASTORIA SAVINGS BAHK Ada as trustee for corporations and In llvkl uale. Transact a general banking bualneas. Interest paid on time depoalts. I. Q. A. HOWLBY BEN J. YOUNG FRANK PATTON President ....Vice President Cashltr DlKfcCTOrtb. J. Q. A. Bowlby, C. II. Page. BenJ foung, A. 8. Keed, D. P. Thompson VV. E. Dement. Oust Holmes. Few Hen Would Ask for a Finer Dinner than those we aerva. We'ra trying In every may to make them the most en joyable In town. All the "good things" of the season cooked by our excellent cook In the most delicious style. Perfect service. If you Invite a friend to the Palace Restaurant the place la a sufficient guar antee that he will receive a good meal. The Palace Restaurant J. A PASTA BEND, GENERAL CONTRACTOR, PILE DRIVER, HOUSE, BRIDGE ilfJD ' WHARF BUILDBH. AddrtM, box 180, Posloflice. ASTORIA, OIJ SEASIDE SAWMILL A complete stoca of lumber on b:tnl n the rough or drecsed. Flworlng, cuj tlo, colling, and all kinds of llrimii; mouldings and ahliiglen; r!.o bracket work done to order. Terms r:ts'.iriji)i! and prices at bedrock. .AH vniis promptly attended to. OPlfe end v,ri at milL H. L. LOGAN. Pror' Maid. Oreron KARL'S CLOVEH HOOT, thr ureiit Blood purifier, glvex 'rerbnes nH rlearnees to the ecmrif::ici'i mul :-.,,it Constlpatlpn. ?5 ta.. r.n oih. U.Mj. for Hale by J. W. Conn. INDORSED BY THR VUlCi'S. Gentlemen: Tblx in tn ..riif.J n,,. i have used KTrause's Hiion -n i 'asulea with satlHfactury result. 1 v.uk!:? a bOZ Which COHt inn ,V ,-....,.. cured me of a dreadful Iclt li .it!uche. my wire and mvapir nave both ve;t the medicines manufactured bv the Norman Llcbtr Jirr r n.i . commend them to the puhlU- as being jjusi wnar, iney are represented. nfniotnniv W. 3. HUTCHISON'. Ed. Gazette. Pleasant Hid 'n. TwAntv.rlve renin for H Roger. Astoria. Or.. ow asrent-t Cat., says: 'r'nutia's f'atiirrh r. Is the tlrt me..! ill ae I rmvo ever r. ,t,.,f that would "n me any o.i. 1;, . eta. Sold by J. W. C ui.u. fjoute HEILBORN & SON.