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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, WEDNESDAY MOUNLVft, , JULY. 1, MM.
TIDE TABLE FOR JULY, 1090. K.irnm.) Wr.lii.,l,(V Thursday I'Vliln v Hiilnnlnv Ht'NUVV Mmi.lar TiH'.liiv Wednesday. . Thursday FrliUv Haiiiniiijf M'NIUY ... Monday Tur.uv Wedneidny Thursday Krl.litv HMtiiflav HI'MlAY Monday TiikkUv Wednesday Thursday ' IrldaV Hattir.lav HI'MlAY M.in.l.y Tuesday Wisin,.;,uv Tliuily,' Kriduv . I a. in. VtT. " i THE ASTORIAN JOB OFFICE Is Equipped to do All Kinds of Work in the Best flanner. HILL HEAHS, LETTER HEADS, STATEMENTS, I.l'SlNKSS CARDS, ENVELOPES, RFX'EllTS, Agents Wanted $,W.20! LIFE-'AVKINLEYl Ami IlnllAHT. Republican Candidate I f.ir president and vice-president, by Until. P. Porter, the noted journalist present editor nf the Cleveland Wurlii, Mini Inlllinnli) frl.-nj of McKINLKY for twenty years. Absolutely ttt only an th.ntlc LIFIC OF M KINLKY publish ed For more Itinn two yrum In nvp orullnii, nn. I tli only work Unit ha rwi'lvvr lht Mniliirai'mrnt nf MJ. Mo 1 1 1 1 1 y nml hli iiiimt Inllnmto fili'mli. No lunik iiiinl M It an a m'll.-r. Kv. ry luiily wnntii ttio lunik imtillHlu-il nt McKlnlry'a Immo. I'urtvr'a book al nlKlit. HraJora will aoofpt no olln-r. A Kolil mine for llvi, aollvo vnrk.Ti. our itKi-nln nrx clonrlnx from $10 to t:'0 it tiny. Clioni'O for tlioiixaiida of ollii'ia lo iln aa woll. Thla la th npior lunliy of your llf. Th- hluhoat coin mlaalon palil. OKIRU OI'THT NOW. Hi'ii'l ':'. (Hlniiipa liikcii) im un evLlmce of iiootl fnltli. ulili'li amount will lio rofiwltMl llh nifrtit'i !lrt onli-r. If It In only for oin- Imok. making DtTTFlT FltKH. Hooka on llmo. I'lmrm lro mli1, IrnvliiK inoriln rli-nr. Aft quirk or while you ni' wulllnit I'tlu ra will cut you out. TIIH N. l. HAMILTON Tfll. CO., I'i.'.S Aivinli', Cli'volnnd, O. KXllblHIl i'AVITAI. Fan AMERICAN INV1WTMBNT9. tinHrtant tu Americana nicking F5nir Hh (llal for now cntirprlm'. A lb nmulnlii( Ihe nm and aiUrena. ot 3fD auroeiwfiil promotera who tiavo ptacod i.v.T (Km.OU.OOO SterlliiK In Foreign In vi'.iinriiie within rho l.nt ilx ym, and ovrr f IH,ot0,oH for tho feven montln of 1M. Prlo. (S. or U5, pay.ibla by poHtal ordvr l It"! London and Unlmraitl Bu- rrau of Inveatora, 20, ChiptiW, London, K. C. Biiliminbena wll b ntltled, by ar-ranm-ment with tlia director to rwcelva vIiIkt peraomul or Inttor of Intruductoln to any of iheas aujcawful prwnotara. Vht Hat la llrat olaaa In every roapect, diul every man or firm whoaa name ap fvearo tliersln may be dnpended upon. For plaxrlmr Che following It wilt be found InvaJuaWe Honda or Btiarea of In iliiolrUl, Conunerolal and Financial con oerni, MorDcura Joani, Sal of Landa, I'auta or Mlnea. IHrectora: HIR EDWARD C. ROSS. HON. WALTRR C. PBPYB, CAPT. ARTHUR STim. CopyiifM. THE BOARD OF TRADE PETER DOIIRELL, Prop. ONLY THE FINEST LIQUORS. tot. Tenth and Dond 5trt. ASTORIA PUBLIC LIBRARY READINO ROOM FREE TO ALL. 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Will not the bent tnble and put up the bunt liquid ruf)fhlllolH 111 the city. billy WRIGHT & COLE-cash PROPH1ETOK8. CHA3. CLARK. Clerk. TIM IS TAHLK or THE Sea Shore Railroad. In effect KaturJay, Juno 20th, 1S96. Lt'Hvca rlraHldo nt 7:30 a. m., dully, lionvea Younx'a liny nt 9:15 a. m. dully. Lravca rteaalde at g;:iil p. nt. TtiHilay, Thurmlity and Saturday. Lruvoa Younu'a Pay nt B:15 p. m. Tumday. Thursday anil Baturduv. ! Lravi'l Pcntilile at 4:30 n. in. Sun. lav Leave Voung' lluy at 6 p. in. Sun day. Steamer E. V. Dwyer leave Flavor dock for Young1 Hay nt 8:30 a. m. dally; nt 4:30 p. m. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday; and at 6:30 p. m. Sun day. C. P. LESTER. Superintendent. NOTICE OF INTENTION To Chance and Re-etabllh the Orade on Jerome Avenue, Iletwecn Tenth , and Twelfth (treat, In Mo Clure' Aitorla. Notice I hereby given that the com mon council of tho city of Aitorla pro pose to change and re-eatabllan the grade on that portion of Jerome avenue. In MoClure' Aatorta, aa extended and ohanged by Cyru Olney, which lie be tween the west aid of Twelfth treet and the east aid of tenth atreet, at the following height above the baae ot grade, a eatabllahed by ordlpanoe No. 71, entitled "An Ordinance to Ktah!lah a llano of Qradoa for the Street of Ai torla," to-wlt: On the north aide ot the croialng ot aid Jerome avenue with Eleventh atreet, 193 feet. On the aouth ilde of ald crossing, m feet Hy order of the common council. Dated June 6, 1899. . H. E. NELSON, Auditor and Police Judge, Illltll WATCH MATTHNtt MA 11 IN 13. Moviitianla ot Vwtia nt Horn UMii hlK9Whfff9i NOTICE TO MAItlNKIIH. Han Kranrrii Jiay, r.'allfornla-iw-llig In tlm removal of the wrwk of the hlp lllitlrinore, the two i-cond-i'laa nun huoya plnred to mark this ob alrurllon have been reiiiovnd, Cresrent City, California Notlie la hereby given that the wlilatllng buoy off the entrance to Cresrent City, Cal ifornia, ha been replaced In Its old position. Hy order of the lighthouse board. FRANK COritTIH, Coinander, U. H. N., Insw:tor. (irrir of I'. H. LlKhlhouse Inspector, Twelfth Ulstrlrt, Hiiu Kranrlsro, t'al., June :3, im. The Metropolis wu tw. niy day com ing from Han Diego In ballast. The steamer Hlgnal expert to sail early this morning for the Hound end llrltlah Columbia with low crates of tin cans and 209 tone of flour. The Clarkmaiiuanshlre left up river at 3.30 p. in. yesterday In tow of the Harvest under command of IMI.it ()ri. II. I'ease. The vessel's largo consisted of l'H bales of gunnies valued at III. 28S.42. The llrltlsh bark Killnbiirgshlre, whleh arrived at Purloin, Houth Africa, from Taroma. had on board the cap tain and cr-w of the llrltlsh bark tilt ana, which Has abandoned off Cape Horn on April 2.1d. In a sinking condi tion In consequence of the terrlllc wmther she had encountered. The (ilinna nas bound from Iqulqul Ij Hamburg with a cargo of nlirate. Advice received from I-ornlon dated June 6th. state that th" Cape Horn s.'arn continues and affords busy em ployment for the brokers who deal In out of time rink. The llrltlsh ship (iltana aa well aa the (Jowanbank. be fore reported, haa been abandoned off the Horn and It Is to be feared that the Hat of causalities has not yet been ex hausted Reinsurance hua been offer ed on the steel four-masted bark Ce darbank and Jordanhlll. both bound for 'Frisco. The former Is IM day out today, from Antwerp, and the latter I'.l dny out from Liverpool. The llrltlsh ship Narcissus arrived In yesterday afternoon, 180 daya from Antwerp and H dy from Flushing, which latter port he left February i. Her cargo consist of in:: casks ce ment, W lona nf coke and 14 cask of alum. Capt. Curd aald that he expe rienced on of the must terrific and peculiar hurricanes that he bad ever known In his entire career while In 11 degree south. All of a sudden they were surrounded by mountalna of wa ter and in less than three hour they were in a calm. Prior to that, and af terwards,, they had fair weather all the way with light wind. The cap tain will leave up for Portland today If a tug ran be procured. The steamship llraemar, which ha been chartered by the Northern Pacific Steamship Company to go on the Oriental run. two trlpa, I one of the heaviest carrier In Pacific water, ."he was built in by John Warrack & Co., Lelth. England, tn run between New York and China, around the rape of ilooil Hope. The Hraemar ha a total length of 343 feet, and a width of 44 feet. Her gross tonnage la S600, and 2313 net. The bunker capacity la .110 tons; liter ballast, 70V tons; cargo 6lt'. tons; giving a total carrying power of 7o0 tons. The engines are 400 horse power, with 23, 41 and 67-luch cylinders, having a stroke of 43 Inches. Captain Porter, formerly of the steamer Al bany, I In commund. She la due In Tan. nia July 10. with 4300 tons of leu niid lonO tons of general merchandise. Her next arrival will be September 20. The recent reports of fearful We.tther encountered and disaster ih?t have oecnrrid In the vicinity of Cape Horn must have mad - underwriter uneasy. The Liverpool Journal of Commerce of June 4lh say regarding three ships now bound to this const that cannot yet be said to be overdue: Ten guineas per cent has been paid on the Iron hlp Fuhvoo.l, which sailed from Grimsby for Portland. Oregon, on the 31st day of January with a cargo of railway Iron, etc., mid wu spoken March 23, 20 south .Hi west. Twenty-live guineas has Jut been paid on the American wooden ship City of Philadelphia, own ed by W. V. Hasnr Co., of Philadel phia, which sailed from New York February 2 for San Frnnrlsco. About twenty guineas per cent hns been paid on the American wooden ship Santa Clara, owned by I, F. Chapman & Co. New York, which vailed from New York February ll'th for Snn Francisco. ROYAL Baking Powder has been awarded highest honors at every world's fair where exhibited. OUR CORNER, A gentleman' resort, at corner Bond and 12th street. Th fint brands ot liquor and cigar alway on band. Call and try u. ANDERSON PETERSON. Most so-called "salmon twines" are col ored with acid. The acid rot the fibre and render the material useless. In the offlo of Elmore, Sanborn A Co. la an ob ject lesson that ought to b examined by all fishermen. It Is the whole of the material used In the manufacture of Mar shall' twine from Hart to finish. Oo there and examine th color right through. You will see then why Mar hall'a I called th beat In the world. All the patent medicine advertised In thla paper, together with the choicest perfumery, and toilet articles etc., can be bought at the lowest prlcea at J. W. Conn'a drug store, opposite Occidental Hotel. Astoria. Parties desiring the best of Job printing at th lowest price should call at tbe Astoria Job office before going elsewhere. HL'MMEK HCHKfX'LK, 0. It, and N. Co, and the White Collar Lin. T. J. POTTKK. Leave Portland Monday ut a. in , running through to Astoria without! any stop, leave Tuesday and Thurs-j day ut p. m and Saturday at I p. m. Leave 1 1 waco Monday, Wedneaday and Friday at 4 p. in., and Kunday at 5 p, m and leave Astoria same day at 7 p. m. OCEAN WAVK. Leave Portland Monday, Wednes day and Friday at I p. m., and Sunday at 7 a. rn. Leave II waco Tuesday, j Thursday and Saturday at 4 p. m. and Hunduy at t p. in , and leave Astoria earn day at 7 p. m. II. II. THOMPSON Leave Portland Monday. Wednes day and Friday at 7 a. m. and Saturday at 11 p. ni. leaves Astoria Tueaday, Thursday and Saturday at a. m. and Sunday at 7 p. n. TELEPHONE. Leave Portland Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 a. m. and Sunday at I p. m. Leave Astoria Monday. Wednesday and Friday at a. m. and Saturday at 7 p. m. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. A TWISTER, A twister In twisting May twist him a twist. For In twisting a twist Three twtsta make a twist: Hut If on of th twist Untwists from th twist, Th twist untwisting Untwist th twist. That Is. when It' twisted with any other twin than MARSHALL'S. FROM NOW UNTIL EPItINO Overcoat and winter wrap! wilt be la fashion. They can be discarded, tempor arily while traveling In th steam-heated trains of the Chicago, Milwaukee and fit Paul Railway, For solid comfort, for speed and for safety, no other line can compare with this great railway of th West. B.F.AIiliEN&SON Wsll Paper. Artists' Material!, Palsts, Oils. Glaas, etc. Japaaat MstHagt, Ruga sn4 Bsnboo Goods 3A5 Cc mmerclal Street. J.A FASTABEND, QENERAL CONTRACTOR, HOUSE, BRIDGE AND OQHARF BUILDER HOUBK MOVER. Haas Moving Teols tor Rent. ASTORIA OREOON Emil Schacht ARCHITECT GEO. NIC0LL, Assistant. OFFICE: Kopp's iNew Brewery A. V.ALLEN, DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits "tgetnbles, Crockery, Glass and PiatedWare. Loggers' Supplies. Cor. Tenth and Commercial streets. NOTICE OF COMPLETION And Acceptance of Tenth Street Im provement. Between Commercial and Exchange Streets. Notice la herby given that 8. Normlle, contractor for the Improvement of Tenth street, between Commercial and Ex change streets, under the provisions ot ordinance No. 2u.j, on the Sd day of June, lSiS. tiled In the office ot the auditor and police Judgo of the city of Astoria, the cert I Urate of the city suveyar and super intendent of streets, approved hy the committee on street and public ways. After the expiration of the time herein after specified, if no objections to the ac ceptance of such work be tiled, and the common council choll deeem such im provement properly completed, accord ing to the contract and plans and speci fications therefor, the same may be ac cepted. Objections to the acceptance of said Improvement or any part thereof may be filed in the ofllce of the auditor nnd po lice Judge on or before Wednesday, June 17, 1NW. Astoria, Oregon, June 8, IK". H. E. NELSON, Auditor and Police Judge. These liny Capsule are supcnoi to Balsam of Copaiba, Cubebsor'niectionsandfmlDYl! CURE IN 43 HOURS VHl the came diseases withou' Inconvenience. 2v. s j tl iftrrt'stt. NOTICE OF INTENTION Notice Is hereby given that the com mon council of the city of Astoria pro pose to re-establish the grade on that part of Irving avenue, In McClure's As toria, aa extended and changed by Cyru Olney. which lies between the west side ot Twelfth (treat and the east aide of Tenth street, at the following height above th baae of grades as established by ordinance No. 71, entitled "An Ordi nance to Establish a Rose of Grades for the Streets of Astoria," to-wlt: On the north Bid ot the crossing ot said Irving avenue with Eleventh street, 126 feet On the south side of said crossing, 128 feet. By order of the common council. Dated June 6, 18S6. H. E. NELSON, Auditor and Police Judge. MANHOOD (BnNl mf as'aesartssa. as stlinah.. wbfc at mwtui la east foe, VaW.ar "vW sm rVae SUdleln. Om., rUKEUOUILRUSlriQ. etlag asasta. TUlr sad sssassasssl te sr aa asreeM !, aswi a W; W 1 an u . fc m prass tVsese, HsAms WSafliaBKsssB lasS saaseL lasasir asaastassa mm Ind 10 Thh Oasis op THP COLORADO DESl U A New Resort BELOW (HE LEVEL OF THE SEA Absolutely Dry and Pure Tropical Climate Pronounced by Physicians the most Favorable in America for Sufferers from . . . Lung Diseases and Rheumatism Many Remarkable Cures Th objections urged agslnit Indlo In the past by tbe large number who otherwise would hav been glad to take advantage of It beneficial climate, ha been a lack of eultabl accommodation. Th Southern Pacific Coropar.y take pleasure In announcing that several Commodious and Comfortable Cottages have just been erected at Indlo station, that will be rented to applicant at rea sonable rale. They are furnished with modern oonvenlenoea, supplied with pure art os lan water, and so situated aa to give occupant all th advantage to b de rived from a mora or less protracted residence In thl delightful climate. (From th San Francisco Argonaut.) "In th heart of the great desert of th Colorado which th Southern Pacific traverses there I an oasl called India which, tn our opinion, t th sanitarium of th earth. W believe, from personal Investigation, that for certain Individual. there la no spot on this planet so favor able." O. T. Stewart. U. D.. write: "Th purity of th air, and th eternal un- sblne, fill on with wonder and delight. , . . Nature has accomplished much that there remain but little for man to do. A to It possibilities aa a health resort her Is th most perfect sunshln. with a temperature always pleasant, a perfectly dry soil, for rain 1 an unknown factor; pur oxygen, dens atmosphere and pur water. What more can b desired? It Is the place, above all others, tor lung troubles, snd a para. dls for rheumatic. Considering th number of sufferers who hav been cured, I have no hesitancy In recom. mending this genial oasis as th haren of th afflicted." INDIO. Is 612 miles from SAN FRANCISCO and 130 miles from LOS ANOF.LE8 Fare from Los Angeles Ij.oc For further Information Inquire ot any Southern Pacific Company agent, or address E. P. ROGERS. Asst. Gen. Pasa. Agt B. P. Co. J. B. KIRKLAND, DUL Pass. Agt Cor. First and Alder sts.. Portland, Or j 1872 1895 Lubricating I r" f o.ls ; FlsI?er a specialty. ' Brothers, ! Sell ASTORIA Ship Chandelery. Hardware, Iron A Stel, Coal. Groceries tt Provisions, Flour tfe Mill Feed, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Loggers Supplies, Fairhank's Scales, Doors tt Windows, Agricultural Implemeu-9 Wagons & Vehicles. BREMNER & HOLMES. Blacksmiths, Special attention paid to steamboat re I palling, nrat-claaa horseshoeing, etc. 'logging caivip taoHK a specialty 17 Olney atreet, between Third and and Fourth, Astoria. Or. Few Hen Would Ask for a Finer Dinner than tho w erv. We're trying tn every way to make them the most en joyable in town. All tho "good things" of the season cooked by our excellent cook In the most delicious style. Per fect service. It you Invite a friend to the Palace Restaurant the place 1 a aufficient guar antee that h will receive a good meal. The Palace Hestanrant RESTORED vv0al eMsana Msaaaev. saw af SoSaaoe, 1iisi. famnnni r t any Ca I it sot Sub. I far fa, kr wad (waist ctraati Farts, fiii.ia, Tam-Da Xknas 0w atn TaaSm at.. PotkuA Or. J. W. CONN, Agaut. Astoria. srr SMSmer Dss ri'a Triknrlhm etna a.k - - - Are Yon Goins; East? B sur and that jour ticket read via T HE NORTH.WESTERN LINE. -th CHICAGO. ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS and OMAHA RAILWAYS. This to th GREAT SHORT LINfc Btwo DULUTH. ST. PAUL, CHICAGO And all Points East and South. Their Magnificent Track. Peerless Ves tlbuled Dining and Sleeping Car Trains and Motto: "ALWAYS ON TIME " Have given this road a national reputa tion. All clasae of paaengers carded on the veatlbuled trains without extra charge. Ship your freight and travel over thla famous line. Ail agent havs tickets. W. H. MEAD, F. C. SAVAGE. Gen. Agent. Trav. r. and P. Agt. 248 Washington L, Portland, Or. Ladies and Children who travel by the Bur lington Route are given particular care and at tention. Just to illustrate what this means: A few months ago, Ave children whose ages ranged from three to eleven years, made the journey over our line from Ellens burg, Wash., to Kansas CJty. ENTIRELY UN ACCOMPANIED. Tickets. time-tables. and full information about our service to Omaha, St Joseph, Kan sas City, St: Louts and Chicago upon application to the nearest ticket agent or by addressing C. SHCLD0X, G.JL rortlaad. Oregoi. J. B. WYATT, Pbonc No. 68 Astoria, Oreges Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Groceries, Provisions, PAINTS and OILS. Special Attention Paid t Supplying Ship. They Lack Life There are twine sold to fishermen on the Columbia river that stand in the same relationship to Marshall's Twins as a wooden Image does to th human being they lack strength lit evenness and lasting qualities. Don't tool yourself Into the belief that other twines besides Marshall's will do "Just as welL" They won't They cannot nir es la a noa-BOfaonooa f?m.dT fur Uonorrbiea. Itllevt, Ssermalorrhirs, Whitos, UBDiuril di rhivrg... or say ioflaauus tion, irritation or ulcers I 'riT.au oiOTe. tion ot uiueona mem lTHtEHsCHt'riro. nran aoa-a.mna.iit. aoia my mrrwwww or seat In plain wrapper, tr .xprrM. prtpall. for SI .01, or 3 bottle, p.n. Circular sent ou rvquen. THE ABOVE PICTURE DOES NOT REPRESENT A passenger train on the Chicago, Mil waukee and St. Paul Railway. No. It taring are veatlbuled, heater by steam, and lighted by electricity. Each sleep car berth has an electric reading lamp. Its dining cars are the best In the scrld, and its coaches are palaces on wheels. This great railway, connecting aa It does with all transcontinental lines at St Paul and Omaha, assures to the tarvellng public the best service known. Ticket via the Chicago, Milwaukee and St Paul Hallway are on sale at all railroad ticket ofllcea to any point In the United States or Canada. For maps, folders and other Information, address. C. J. EDDT. General Agent, J. W. CASET, Portland. Or Trav. Pass and Tkt. Agent. Portland. Or. Hi Ik - J----- --1 f .. dr VI I -J OnsumatMd 4ss tM B lUMMIw 3 We eiciIl.O Hustler's Astoria Twentieth St. and McKee Ave. Good Reason Why Lots ...Are Selling... Tf: ASTORIA INVESTMENT CO. 483 Bond Street. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. II. A. SMITH, DENTIST. Rooms 1 and 2. Pythian Building-. overr C. H. Cooper's store. Da ELIV JAN SON, PIIISICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Olsen's drug store. Hours), 10 to 12 a. na. : x to I and 1 IO I ,. B. Sundays, 10 to IL DR. O. B. E8TE8, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Special attention to dlseaaea of women and surgery. Office over Danilger's (tors. Astoria, Telephone No. U. , JAY Tt'TTLE, M. D.. .. , ., PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AN0 ACCOUCHEUR. Office, rooms f and t, Pythian Building. Hour, 10 to tf and 2 to (, Reldeno M Cedar (tract. JOHN T. LIGHTER, ATTORNIT-AT-LAW. Office, upstair, Aetorian Building. II. T. CROSBY, ATTORNET-AT-LAW. tet Commercial straet J. Q. A. BOWLBY. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Offlc on Bond street, Astoria, Or. J. N. Dolph. Richard Nixon, Cheater v. Dolph. DOLPH. NIXON A DOLPH. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Portland, Oregon. 24. 23. 2 and IT, 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 communication held on the first and third Tueaday evening ot each month. G. W. LOUN8BERRY, W. It E. C. HOLD EN, Secretary. MISCELLANEOUS. W. C. CA88ELL, DEALER IN REAL ESTATE, Notary Publlc , S18 Bond Street WHEN IN PORTLAND Call 00 Jno. F. Hand ley Co., 134 Third street, and get th Daily As to nan. Visitors need not miss their morning paper while there. E. rlcNEIL, Receiver. Gives Choice of f tab Transcontinental ttOUlCB Via Spokane and St. Paul. Via Ogden, Denver and Omaha or M.Paul. Pullman and Tourist tra Pre Reclining Chairs Car Astoria to San Francisco. State of California. Sunday. June 7. ' Columbia, Friday, June 12. Stat ot Cal. Wednesday, Jun L Columbia, Monday, Jun TL Stat of Cel.. Saturday, Jun !7. Columbia, Thursday, July 1 8 late of Ca., Tuesday, July 7. Columbia, Sunday, July 7. Columbia, Sunday, July 12. State ot Cal.. Friday, July 17. Astoria and Portlnd Steamers. - T. J. Potter leaves Portland Monday 8 a. m., Tuesdays and Thursdays at S p. m.. and Saturdays at 1 p. m., for As toria and Ilwaco, connecting with Clat sop Beach train. Returning, leaves Il waco on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 4 p. m.. Astoria 7 p. rn. Sundays, leaves Ilwaco 5 p. m.. Astoria 7 p. m. R. R. Thompson leaves Port land Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days 7 a. m., Saturdays 11 p. m. Re turning, leaves Astoria Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays 6 a. m.; Sun days 7 p. m. Tickets of steamers Ocean Wave and Telephone are good on all these boats. All tour boats go to each other's docks each night and morning for freight and passengers. For rates and general Information call on or address G. W. LOUNSBERRY, Agent. W. H. HURLBURT, Gen. Pas. Agt., Portland, Or. PCtW..l, r'. Eoi'.l.a DUwo.il Braad. ENNYR0YAL PILLS UrtKlaal Ud Only Omitift Art, nJ-AVi reliW. ttoiK ik 1 fsWW Brn4 In Kvd ud Goid meullloV Iiomb. M-aki with blue ribbun. Tukm tlOfti aabi tmUxllUMU. il Urumill armmnAA. la it amps, tut partictlaxa. (MtimoauOa ud 44 Keller ftP l.s.,1.." laltse h. J MiL lty4M Tpulanlftlt. JTsusm tnr. rl... a-- u.t r - Soldto-ulUul Uiuauta. i-killdlj'r Situated on the south side of Astoria's hills. Twenty degrees warmer and vegetation 30 days in advanr-e of the North pide. Magnificent sites for res idences, overlooking rivpr and bay, sunny and shel tered. Easy and natnral grades; little or no grading needed.