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THE" DAILY . A8TGR1A1N, ASTOJUAf TtfFDAVL MORNING, A.FJU.L 3,0,, 1805.
- Tide Table for April, 1895. '
H1QH WATBB. LOW WATKh.
DATE. A.M. P.M. A.H- r.M.
h.m ft. h.m ft .m I ft. h m ' ft
Monday.... 1 4 25 8 4 6 00 5 7 1128 Ul UJIi:i8
Tuesday .. 2 6 22 8 0 7 20 5 0 124:i)o
Wednesdays 6 35 7 8 8 3H59 0 1- 3 1 !!0:0 5
Thursday.. 4 7 66 7 7 9 80 6 6 1 6H 41 81103
Friday 6 9 12 7 8 10 27 7 2 8 21 8:1 4 In 0 2
Saturday... 10 20 81 1 1 10 7 8 4 29 2 3 4 5et2
HUNDAY.. 7 U 1883 11 508 4 6 21 1 4 5 IV 0 3
Mouday.... 8 1212 8 4 6 01 0 5 6 21 1)4
Tuesday... 9 0 27 8 7 1 01 8 4 6 62 0 1 70IHI9
Wedn'sd'y 10 10)90 1 4H 8 0 7 8H -0 6 7 i 1 4
Thursday .11 1 42 9 2 S 87 7 (1 8 SM -0 7 8 20 0
Friday.... 12 2 21 9 1 8 25 7 0 9 11 -0 0
Hatiirdtty.. 18 8 02 87 4 lrt 02 10 (X) -03 9:it; .12
KUNDAY. 11 8 45 8 2 6 20 5 9 10 ,V 02 10 31 18
Monday ...15 4 S5 7 ? 6 32 8 6 11 65 0 7 11 46 I 2
Tuesday . .16 6 82 7 1 7 51 5 6 1 01 0 9
Wedn'sd'y 17 6 40 6 6 9 00 5 9 1 25 4 2 2 (Hi 11
Thursday.. 18 7 56 6 4 9 45 6 4 2 46 40 3 OH J
Friday ...19 9 02 6 4 10 19 6 7 8 47 3 3 8.1114
Saturday. . 20 1000 6 5 10 60 7 1 4 81 2 6 4 31 15
SUNDAY. .21 10 60(17 11 17 7 4 5 08 2 1 50S1I
Monday. ..22 U 81 7 1 11 45 7 8 6 41 1 4 6 42 14
Tuesday . . 2.1 12 15 7 2 6 12 0 8 617 11
Wedn'sd'y 24 0 14 8 2 12 55 7 2 6 4(1 0 3 6 45 20
Thursday..! 0 43 8 6 1 36 7 2 7 2" -02 7 1:1 22
Friday.... 2 1 15 8 7 2 20 7 0 7 57 -0 6 74ii-.il
Saturday. .27 1 52 8 9 8 07 6 8 8 87 -0 7 8 22 2 I
SUNDAY. 28 2 29 8 7 8 65 0 4 9 22 -06 90231
Monday... .29 8 13 8 6 4 52 0 1 10 13-04 VwsJ
Tueday...8Q 407 81 65261 1113 00 110381.
The ehlp Cuiplca la chartered.
The Eclipse came down from Brook
Captain Dolg went out on the pilot
The Cascades came down yesterday
morning wiith three stone laden barges,
Two seallons (have tieen captured In
Baker's Bay (traps In fhe past three
The South Coast left out lumlber la
den for San I'lranclsco yesterday after
Yesterday morning the Electric took
a plledriver down to the sands below
Trulllnger's mill where trap piles will
be driven today.
The Sea Foam is busily engaged tow
ing pile delivers to and from several
locations near Sand Island.
The Colony and Ancona wtll foe load
ed This week and will probaWy cmne
down itne river on S'aiturday.
At tihe Albion Iron Works on Sun'
day two new blades were fitted into
the propeulor of the steamer Edith.
The steamer Oregon left out for San
b ran.Jaco yesterday afternoon with
100 tons of snooks and 100 sacks of
Tides for today: High water, 4:07 a.
m. is teei tin.); 0:02 p. m. (H it. l ln.j
uow water, u:it a. m. u.u.; ilwj p. m
..u. o in.)
James Whlteomb is now In charge ot
the steamer Dispatcih, working on tow.
nge in the vicinity of Sand Island for
ii. A. Sealjjorg.
The Mayflower went up the Lewis
ar.d Clarke yesterday for a scowload
of 'hay (thirty tons) consigned to Fln-
layson s warehouse.
Yesterday morning the Columbine
was run onto the natural drydock
formdmg the inner edge of the channel
opposite tiie city and her crew 'at once
began to paint her bottom with ver
mil tan ship color. She floated off at
nign ttae witm tne worn completed.
On Sunday afternoon the three-masted
bark Southesk, Captain Hills, was
brought in by a towboat, and dropped
at Sand Island. From that point up
she sadled to her anchorage, and Pilot
McVlckar brought her up along tne
wharves very handily. She is 15 days
from San Pedro, with a part cargo of
cement, and carries a crew of twenty-
The steamer Ilwaco spent Sunday In
the 'hands of mechanics, who reoluced
her wiheel and shaft and made all the
other necessary repairs. She came out
yesterday morning looking like a new
steamer with her newly ralnted hull,
and resumed her run to Ilwaco. The
boats that changed their schedules and
terminations on aocouni; of her retire
ment have gone back to their old posi.
Hons once more.
Captain Hifwlns, tithe genial captain
ana owner of the steamer South Coast,
has sold out his Interest In that vessel
and is now negotiating for the pur
chase of another and largar steamer
Which he will p.ace on the Astoria and
San FTanclsco route. The new steamer
will be considerably faster than the
South Coast, and Capiat Hlggins is
positive that a good and lucrative
trade awal'ta his venture.
The four-masted bark General Rob
erts .arrived in from San Diego on
Sunday evening in sand ballast, with
Pilot Cordiner aboard. Her passage
up was uneventful, with fine weather
all the way, and her crew consisting of
28 men all well. She reports sighting
a three-masted steam schooner going
south on Sunday morning. The vessel
is consigned to Slbson & Kerr, and
goes up the river for Portland this
The Manzanlta leaves this morning
for a cruise to Puget Sound. She has
several buoys aboard, and a large
amount of work will be done before
(.he returns home again. Information
comes from several buoy locations that
renewals and changes will be neces
sary, and Captain Gregory cannot tell
how Jong the trip will last. Advantage
will be taken of a visit to Quartermas
ter Harbor to go into the dry dock at
that port, when the vessel's propellor
will be repaired and her after gear
generally attended to.
People up in Tacoma are mad be.
cauqe somebody Intimated that no
ocean-going tonnare was owned In
that city. The Ledger triumphantly
points to those two magnificent spe
cimens of marine architecture, the
"DasMng Wave," and the "Tidal
Wave," both bearing on the stern
the words, "of Tacoma." If Seattle, in
the face of this, doesn't get in and
build a "Sairy Ann," or a "Bouncing
Belle," her reputation as the boss "sea
port" of the Puget Sound mud slue,
is in grave danger of leaving her for
ever. The risu'.t of tet of the Beaver
Hill coal will n t bz made known offi
cially fr some days, as both Chief
Engineer Lord, of the Columbine, and
thejooal agents, Finlayson & Co., fle
nirelhat a longer trial should te made
before any ccnclusj ms are drawn. On
the trip down to tne llThtship on Sat
urday the coal was only tr'.ed for
three hourrs, and the time Is considered
tfxj shirt for a thorough test. It 1
stated, however, that the quality of
the coal, as shown on rhat trip, ex
ceeded all expectations, and that when
the final result is arrived at the su
periority of Oregon coal will be effect
At dead l.w water yesterday room
ing two fishermen had tair boat haul
ed up on the sand near Parker's dock,
and were busy over breakfast. A few
rashers of bacon were bubbling in th
frying pan and coffee was simmering
on the stove. Three hungry citizens
looked down on them from the wharf
with envious eyes. They tried to ne
gotiate, tout found that the flflinertnen
were Italians with no knowledge of
wihait they were talking about. Sua
denly one of them putting his hands
on Mi vest, remarked. "Da belly empt.
Then the fishermen caught onto the
trouble, and In a minute had the nun.
gry trio down the dock ladder into the
boat, and generously shared the meal
The fallowing buoy and beacon
changes are announced for Oregon
Umnaua river, buoy moved The out
side bar buoy, P. S. can, at Unrpqua
river entrance, Is shoijvn moved to
She bearings: Umpqua river llgwt, m,
1-2 N. : Unirwua river. i o. s.. injus,
3-4 E. Yaqulna Bay, new post lights
New Post lights are shown In Yaqulna
Bay as follows: Yaqulna bar ridge
(front) light (W), flagstaff, beacon A
S. 3-8 E. : Yoauina oia tower, w. i
I S. ; Yaqulna bar rang (rear) light (W)
' FlajMjtpff. beacon A. s. vv. lu-m a.
beacon 8, SE 3-8 S.; government wharf
ooat liaiht. (R) Beacon 8. E. 6-18 b,
I beacon C, S. 3-4 E. ; Middle ground post
linflrt Beacon 8. BE. by E. io-it &
flagstaff, beacon A, S. 1-2 iE., (easter
Falrplay, an English, Journal, says in
Its issue of April 6: It Is curious to
note hat out of the large quantity ot
Paoific Slope wheat which (has recently
arrived off the oaast, not a single quar
ter has yet gone to Scotland, whilst
quite a numlber of cargoes have gone
to Irish ports, sudh as Corn, Dublin
Limerick, Westport and Belfast. Why
the Scofities should turn up their noses
at a class of wheat which la so highly
prized and used In England, Ireland
and on the continent, is one of the
things which is beyond the capacity
oi orainary mortis to understand,
There has been a marked diversity in
the length of the passages, made by
tne large tleet of grain-laden ships
which arrtver off the coast during
tne ipast flortnlglht from Californ a an
Oragon, October, November and l)e
cember sailings all arriving about the
same time, the October ships almost
without exception having made very
long runs, whilst at least two Decern,
ber ships, the Principality and Ross.
shire, have made record runs of 95 and
97 days from Astoria.
The new racing yacht just being
completed by Harry Cribfo for the 1895
regatta is one of the handsomest boats
ever turned out on the Pacific coast,
Mr. Cribb has worked for seven or
eight years in yacht building yards,
ana nas auring that time been em
ployed on the Galatea, and other fa.
mous vessels. The result of the know!
edge gained in tlhls way has enabled
him to turn out what Is unanimously
decided to be a perfect little racing
yacht, end a boat that will show her
heels to anything of her Inches that
has ever yet sailed on the Columbia,
She has the Herreechoff bow and the
ordinary yacht stern. The following
are some ot her dimensions: Over all,
26 feet; beam, 7 feet 9 Inches; load
water line, 17 feet: draft, without cen
teroaard, 3 feet 6 Inohes: with center
board, 6 feet 6 Inches; height of mast
from truck to step, 45 feet; hoist of
mainsail, 20 feet; size of mainsail, 69
yards; boom, 24 feet; gaff, 16 feet
weather reach of sail. 29 feet: hoist
from sprit end to hounds, 26 feet; jib
tousaii, id square yards: earr toraai .
26 souare yards; length of topsail
yaras, zt ieet; spinnoKer boom. 32 feet
hoist of spinnaker, 34 feet; weight of
nun, 4uoo ids. She is to have a 2050 b.
iron keel, which Is now being fash
ioned and cast at the Scow Bav foun
dry. The 400-pound centreboard will
be cast at the same place. The keel
Is to be bolted onto the bottom. She
has a regular rule-joint rudder, verv
small and working Just on the water
line. Her keel is of so convex a shaDe
max very uttiie rudder is required, giv
Iiik the least puoniMe residence and
no drag at all. The mast she will
carry is a single pole of SDruce brought
over irom urays river yesterday with
topmast ana mainmast all in one.
The lower sails are to be of 8-ounce
ouck, ana the light upper saTs will be
made of umbtea ihed Holland. The hend
sans will be comtoined in a balloon iih
The yachlt is not built for pleasure,
but is purely and simply a raclnsr ma-
nine. it is probaMe (that he will be
launched In two months. The grace-
rui nifes ana excellent work on the
ooat apea.K wero for her future ner-
forrrjances, and all who have seen her
unite in praising her appearance.
ORAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC.
f'omrnrl rvf itiha r&ranl iiM, in
rilM of tftha TJallAf P eun.l riuil
dren and Fellow Citizens, Memorial
way rast approaches.
The (lav Apt flrrer tw ttlha fna(nhlAM
Logan in which to honor dur comrades
n'ho died that the nation might live,
around it cluster all the glorious meml
orie3 or rne past, we ask you to as
list US In iltq nmnMntlHflrvilna In ftA.
ing our tribute of honor and' love to
i ur comrauea wno nave passed the
Silent River and whose spirits hover
over A. fr lanri (hov halna
dsem from Blavery. The dear school
.-mmrfn, une tove, aamiration and hope
of our republic, are specially invited
full fllh:Aire tin niir nnhla vimxlr Tn.
while you learn to reverence the men
who died In defense of the Flag, you
-- ' " o 1 1
Our pnmrnHoa ara wllllno. n j -n
win parn rn nnnw iha
. . iiias iu uu ail
tney oan, nut their best efforts would
be poor indeed without your assist-
fl.nra. Puma Ana nOrl ct 1 1 AtJ .1
.... " -a.,,, uiu aiiu
yuuiiB, ami join xne grand procession.
me cnoois win ne vistted by com.
rales of the G. A. R on ine Friday
nrecadinc Mne SAth nnmoi,, m
1895, to talk to the children. '
N. a. Comrades Wright, Allen, Mil
ler and Hawes are appointed to collect
funds to nav thp Lovm
wmraaes cesseti ana Dealy, commit
tee on arrangomen'ts.
A LARGE WAIST
Is not generally ooneHered a necessary
aujunci to one grace, oeauity, or syme
try of tfhe womanly form. Wthln the
body, however, is a great was'e made
necessary accordin gto the condition of
things continually in process and re
quiring tine perfect action of all bodily
functions to absorb or dispel the ref
use. When there Is irregularity or In
action, ladles who value a clean. Dure.
healthy body will take Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Presort ption the only remedy
for woman whiah being once used Is
always In favor.
To those about to become mothers, ft
is a priceless boon, for It lessens the
pains ana penis of Child-'birth, short
ens labor, promotes an abundlant se
cretion of nouridhmerrt for the child
and shortens the period of confinement.
Tr Plpnpp'a Pktlpjti mim ki -
constipation, sick headache, Indiges
tion, or ayspapsia, and kindred dl
eas;S. Mrs. T. 8. Hawkins, rhattsnonn.
Tenn,, says, "Shilors Vitallzer '8AVFD
M i Lir'K. i consiaer it the best rem.
edy for a debilitated system X ever
used." uor uyspepeia. Liver or Km
ney trouble. It exce'ls. riive ?i cts.
For sale by J. w. Ccnn.
What Is the use of having a "human
form divine" unless you care for it
and drape it and clothe 'it so as tc
make It a source of joy to yourself and
pride to your friends? Nature sun-
plies the form. A. Lake, the tailor at
3.19 Commercial street will make tbc
raiment. See him.
Or. Price's Cream tsaKtag Powder
IkiU Cold Mlal M idvnaur Fi. - Fnusiw
The Tin Mar
' ket Glutted.
. It will be interesting to note In con
necl'oii with the salmon industry Hie
D.'cullar and unusual fluctuations In
the quoted prices of tin plate during
the next few months. It will be a
condition brought about mainly owing
to the general belief that the British
Ship Cuplca, with 30,000 cases of tin
plate aboard consigned to local can
nerymen, 'had foundered at sea. When
days and weeks hod gone by long after
she was due at Astoria, many of the
packers along the river Duplicated
their orders for tin plate elsewhere.
When the vessel turned up safe and
sound It was found that the market
was largely overstocked and that sub
sequent sales would begin to show the
falling value of the material. The fol
lowing table complied by the Aston an
will show the exact amount of the
tn received here, in cases:
Received, Owes , OS j4
Per Ship Cuplca H3.40. 7,446
Per Bh p Highland Home i,H3 B.Sai
From Bn Kraucirco aud the East 12,500
Left from last year 8,000 :
i"er Ship Cromartyshire (in June) 8,000
Totals 6o.b92 14,026
Making in all 74,91 cases
Reckoning 107 oases of tin plate to
1000 coses of salmon, and estimating
fhe present eeason'B pack of fish at
450,000 cases, the amount of plate act
ually needed to hold every can of fish
put up on the Columbia river this sea
son, will be 48,000 cases. Taking this
from the total amount of tin plate
here and on the way the surplus re
mains exactly 26,918 cases. Holders
are already trying to find purchasers,
and purchasers are few and far be
tween. Already the price is being
trimmed to suit the emergency, and
those carmerymen who have been
lucky (or perhaps far sigHted) enough
to hold off on their orders up to the
present time, will reap the reward of
patience by a very tidy saving on the
cost ot anew tin. Of course wihiat these
latter are compelled to buy for present
needs Chey are buying in smad lots,
with the knowledge that the next par
cel they -purchase, will show another
dwindling decrease In the price. Which
only goes to prove the old adage that
all things come to him who watts.
W. T. Stanford, elation agent of
Leepner, Clarion County, Pa., writes:
I can recommend One Minute Cough
Cure as tJhe best i ever used. It gave
instant relief and a quick cure. Oh as.
For years the Astoria Wood Yard
has given our citizens only the very
best of wood and coal. They are. still
doing It. In fact, they are taking tht
lead, vvnyr Because they know what
the public wants, and the public knows
If you want a bicycle repaired or a
lock fixed, or any other first-class
work done, call on C. H. Orkwitz, next
door to Martin Olsen's Auction House.
Our patrons will find DeWtlt's Little
Early Risers a safe1 aod! reliable reme
dy for constipation, dyspepsia, and liv
er complaint. Oh as. Rogers.
REDUCED RATE TO PORTLAND.
STHAiMBR SARAH DIXON.
Cammenioing Saturday evening, April
27th; Single trip, $1.00; round 'trip, $1.60.
Uipper berths, 25 cents; lower berths,
C. R. F. P. U. NOTICE.
Regular monthly meeting of the Col
umbla River Fishermen's Protective
Union will be held at their reading
room Saturday, May 4, 1895, at 7:30 p.
m. sharp. Members In good standing
are requested to be present and have
their book or receipt along.
SOFUS JENSEN, Sec.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
I have 80 acres of good farm rand In
Nehlalem Valley for sale cheap, or will
trade ft for Astoria Improved or unim
proved property. There are 69 acres of
the beat bottom land; 15 acres under
cultivation; balance easily cleared.
Small house and outbuildings; county
road from Astoria through land. I
alBo hwve 100 acres of good timber
fa'nd in Clatsop county to trade for
Astoria property. Call on or siddress
R. L. BOYLE,
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of Dhe Astoria Iron Works will be
held ait their office on Wednesday, May
1, 1895, at 7 p. m., for the purpose of
eleating directors for the ensuing year
and the transaction of such business
as may property come before the meet
By order of HJhe Board of Directors.
JOHN FOX, President.
Attest: 0. B. PRAEL, Sec.
Astoria, Or., April 20, 1895.
Notice Is hereby given that there is
funds In the city treasury to pay out
standing warrants indorsed prior to
November 1st, 1892, on the following
Lafayette Street Fund.
Hemlock Street Fund.
Court Street Fund.
West 2d Street Fund.
West 8th Street General Fund.
Interest will cease after .this date.
Astoria, April 23, 1895,
. J. W. CONN,
One cant a dose.
It is sold on s arokrantes br all dnir-
elsta. It onres InciDient Conaummiaa
ajullthbert Cough ard Croup Cui ,
Tot Sal by i. ft. Conn.
V, "41 f
ARE THE 5E5T
who care to pay a little more than the coat
of ordinary trad cigarettes will find the
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS
Made from the highest cost Gold Leaf
p-own in. Virginia, and ape
DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve cures
scalds, burns, Indolent sores, and never
falls to cure piles. Chos. Rogers.
The World's Fnir Tests
showed ao baking powder
so pare or so great la leav
ealng power as the Royal.
Something new In the line of Sachet
Powders Just received at the Prlntz-
Crain Drug Store.
A splendid line of silk waists re
duced from $3.50 to $2.00 at the Low
GREATEST AND BEST.
Four pounds of the best washing
powder on earth for 25 cents. Ask Ross
Hlgglns & Co. for SOAP FOAM POW
Rogers' Ood Liver Emulalon Is the
best, Is always fresh and the bottles
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT, the great
Blood purifier, gives 'reshness and
clearness to the tomii.!::io'i and jatcr
Constipation, 25 cts.. fu cts , $1.00.
For Sale by J. W. Conn.
At your own price it Foard & Stokes
WANTED To rent House of 6 or 7
rooms in desirable neighborhood. Ad
dress "B," Aatorfan.
Wanted, a eeoond-hand tetter press;
must 'be In good condition and cheap.
Inquire ait this office.
- WJLNTSJD Tu buy a fish ooow.. Ad
dress P. O. Box 4G8, giving deport jxtlon,
age and price, or apply a', this office.
Wanted The present address of Mai
von Swunklnzel, late of the Austrian
army, who left Vienna on the 10th of
Janucry last, en route for Astoria tc
purchase a pair of GoodmanSs $4 shoes
WANTED To rent, or will buy at a
fair price, a second hand type-writer.
Smlt machine preferred. Inquire at
MANAGER WANTED To appoint
salesmen to nell tho Dnnlrl niahwanhan
Washes and dries the dishes in two
minutes witnout wetting tne lingers.
$75 a week and all expenses.1 Easy po
sition, nn nflnirnl: no hnvti ornrLr nan
make $100 a week. Address W. P. Har
rison ec tjo., cierK ino. 14, (joiumDus,
WANTED AgenW to represent tha
old National Life Insurance Co., of
Montpeller, vt. For further Informa
tion, address O. M. Stolp, General Coast
Manager, 82-84 Crocker Building, "San
A MAN OR LADY TO MANAGE
distributing samples, cards, books,
circs. Do correspondence. Send Sil
van Co'y, Detroit, Mich., 10 cents for
samples, soap, etc., and get special of
fer to you.
I WANT SAMPLE J? HANDED TO
your friends or neighbors. Send A.
F. Wood, Perfumer, Wood Ave., De
troit Mioh., 10 cents for 6 trial bottles
Satin-Scent Perfumes; receive offer to
FOUND A gold ring with ruby set
ting; also a society pin. The owners
can have some by calling at this odlcj
and proving ownership.
JAPANESE GOODS.-Just out-just
received just what you want, at Wing
Lee's, 629 Third itrejt.
ACREAGE FOR BALE.
Five acres in Summit Addition, clear
tof encumbrance, for sale. Very cheap
for cash. Address R. Liddell, Astoria,
FOR SALE Three furnished rooms
for housekeeping. All ready to step
into and keep house. Inquire at 434
Lost, down below, on April 27th. 20
fatihrtms of net 100 fathoms last year's
web, large metst, and luO fathoms new
fmall mih net. Some corks branded
8. P. Co. Flndar please report to
Furnisihed rooms, centrally locates.
GTS Commercial stneet.
FOR RENT Two Ktory house with
l asemunt and bath. Hard finished. In
quire at this office.
H. A. SMITH
Rooms I and J, FytuUn oulldlm,
over C. H Cooper's store.
W. C. LOGAN, D. D. S.,
Mansell Block, 573 Third street
DR. EILIV JANSON.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Olsen's drug store. Hours, 30
to 12 a, m.; 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m, Sun
days, 10 to 11.
J. 8. BISHOP, M. D.,
Office and rooms In Kinney Block.
Onice Hours, 10 to 12:30 and 4 to 8:30.
Surgery and Dlseasei of Women a Spe
LIBERTY P. MULLINIX, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office, 6S4H Third st, Astoria, Ore. "'
Special attention given to all chronlfl
DR. O. B. ESTEf),
PHYSIO N AND SURGEON,
Special atlbntlon to diseases of wom
en and surgery
Office over Danzlger's store. Astorls
Telephone No. 52
JAY TUTTLB, M. D.
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, AND
Office, Rooms and 6, Pythiar
Building. Hours, 10 to 12 and I tc
S. Residence. 639, Cedar street
DOCTOR ALFRED KINNEY,
OFFICE AT HIS RESIDENCB.
May be found In his office until ll
o'clock mornings, from 12 noon until '
p. m., and from S until 7:30 evenings.
German Phytlcian. Eclectic.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Albert Dunbar's store
cor. 9th and Commercial. Prices: Calls
$1; confinements, $10.00. Operations at
office free. Mediolnes furnished.
MRS. DR. OWENS ADAIR,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Special attention given to dlseasei
of women and children. Also to eyi
and ear. Office at Mrs. Ruckor's oi
Tuesdays and Saturdays from 9:30 a
m. to 3:30 p. m.
W. M LA FORCE.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Room 6, 6 and 7, Flavel Brick
SILA9 B. SMITH,
ATTORNEY i.T LAW
Office In Flavel's bilcic building
FRANK t. TAYLOR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Astoria Oregon. I
' Q. A BOWLBY,
ATTORNEY AND fOUNSELOH
Office on Second Stifet, Astoria, Or
J. N. Dolph. Richard Nixon.
Chester V. Dolph.
DOLPH. NIXON & DOLPH,
" ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Portland, Oregon, 24, 25, M, and 27,
Hamilton Building. All legal and col
lection business pnmptly attended to.
Claims against the government a spe
cialty. JAMES W. WELCH,
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
Houses to rent. All kinds of prop
erty for sale. Correspondence and
business solicited. Olllce Welch Block,
6u4 Commercial street, Astoria, Oregon.
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, Seratary,
WHEN IN PORTLAND Call or
Handley Haas, 150 First street, anr
get the Dally Asturian. Visitors neer
not miss their morning paper whin
VVINE8 AND BRANDIES. Use 5Mn
"andel wine instead of coffee or ttu.
"Ifly cents per gallon. Don't forge
peach and ap'icot brandy. Also Frencl
oenni and wine si Ale Gilbert's.
ONLY THE PUREST Wines anfi
liquors are sold at Alex Campbell',
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Most Perfect Made
40 Yean the Standard.
VIGOR of hei
Easily, Quickly, Peimanently Restored.
ueoimr, ana U tho train
oi evws irom early errors or
later excesses, the results of
overwork, sicknew. worry,
v etc. Full strength, dovol-
opmenianu lone given to
luvery organ ana portioo
oftuelvvly. Simple, nat
ural inethodH. Immeill.
ate Improvement seen.
Failure Imposslnie. s.uwi references. Hook,
upUnatlou and proofs mailed (sealed) free,
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, NX
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
First Hands. One Price. One Profit.
Until satisfactory arrangements are
made to have the Kimball pianos and
organs properly represented In your
town, we will sell you one direct.
This Is an opportunity to get a high
grade towtrumenit from first hands and
save middlemen's profits and agent's
The Klrrfhall is the 'beat piano and
organ that money, brains and expe
rience can produce; the crass and char
acter of which no man oan question.
It is used , and endorsed by the best
musicians of the day, inoludlng all
grand opera companies which have ap
peared m OMoago, and such great or
ohestrall leaders as Souaa, Gllmore, and
El. Payen. We will mail a catalogue
to any address free and quote prices
If we do not succeed in finding a
satisfactory representative In your
town before August we will ship a
oar load of Klmbaills to your town from
the factory direct, and sell them out eit
special prices. If you want a fine In'
strument at a reasonable price, let us
hear from you.
W. I. KIMBALL,
335 Morrison street, Porblamd, Or,
243-253 Wabash ave., Chioago, 111.
BOND STREET IMPROVEMENT
Notice Is hereby given that the Com.
oon Council of the City of Astoria,
Oregon, have determined to improve
Bond street from West side of 42d
street to West Bide of 45th street, all
In the City of Astoria, as laid out and
rejorded toy John Adair, such Improve
ment shall consist of grading such
portion of said street to the established
grade thereof, throughout the full
widlkh thereof (together with filling as
well as cutting) as to all thereof Is
above the bank of the Columbia River
and planking the same with sound fir
plank three inches in tnnckness to
width of twenty feet throughout the
center thereof, ana laying a side walk
ten fe-t wide of fir plank 1 and 1-2
inches thick on the South side of Said
street along Block 99, and on Ohe North
hid" thereof, along tlhe balance of the
pant dhereof thiat Is above the bank
of said river and oonseouenwy to be
graded, and driving piles, laying caps
and stringers and planking with sound
fir plank four Inches thiick the part of
said street which Is NorUh or West of
the bank of said river (and therefore
is nut to be graded) to a width of forty
feet through the center of said street
upon tlhe established grade thereof,
and placing sulbgibanitl&i railings upon
each side of the Improvement.
All of Che Improvements to be made
in accordance with the plans and spe
cifications and ordinances in relation
Commencing at (he Southwest corner
of Block 6, in said part of said city
and running thence East to the South
west corner of Block 7, and thence
South to ohe Southwest corner of Block
8, and thence East to the Southeast cor
nor of Block 98, and thence North to
tlhe Northeast corner of Block 110, and
tihence West to the Northwest corner
of Block 116, and thence South to the
place of beginning, and all lands and
premises wiohln such dlistrlnt and not
wltihim any street or alley are subject
to such assessment.
Estimates of the expense of sudh
Improvements and plans and diagrams
of such work or Improvement and ot
the locality to be Improved, have been
deposited by tha City Surveyor with
tne Auditor ana ponce juage for puo
Ho examination, and may be Inspected
at the ofllce of such officer.
At the next regular meeting of the
Common Council following the final
niiblratioin of this notice, which meet
ing will be tWd on Wednesday, May
iirh, at the hour of 7:30 p. m at
tfhe city hall, any obieotions that
rav be made to such improve
ments will be considered by the
nniimnil, and if by the time of said
meeting a remonstrance asalnat suh
Improvement signed hv residents . of
the city owning more than one-half of
the property In said district shall bo
filed with tihe Auditor and Police Judge
such Improvement shall not be or
dered. If at all, except by a vote of
tw3-thirds of all members of the
By order of the Common Council.'
(Attest) K. OSBURN,
Auditor and Police Judgt.
Astoria, Or., April 23d, 1895.
STILL IN THE LEAD.
Columbia River and Puget Sound Nav.
STEAJVIEfl BfllliEY GRTZEftT.
In place of Steamer Telephone.
I ' Lnnatrrort ... ... .-r-r. s
Leaves Astoria ior Portland and way
landings at 7 p. m. daily, Sunday ex
cepted. Leaves Portland every day except Sun
day at 7 a.m. C. VV. STONE,
Telephone No. U.
B. A. Seeley, Oen'l Agt.. Portland.
U. B. Scott, President.
Are You Going East?
If so, drop a line to A C. Sheldon,
general agent of the "Burlington
Route," 2M Washington St., Portland.
Ha will mall you free of charge, maps,
time tables, ana advise you i u'
through rates to any point, reserve
sleeping car accommodations for you.
and furnish you with through tickets
via either the Northern, Union, South
ern. Canadian Pacific, and Oreat North
ern railroads at the very lowest rates
The Burlington Routs Is generally
conceded to bs the finest equipped rail
road in the world for all classes of
17 fli. I.
is now ready to deliver Jjik celebrated
brew either by tbe Veg or bottle. Drop
a postal to box 800 or telephone No. lid,
nn your orders will be promptly deliver
ed. Olfice, Commerciwl and l'itti Streets.
S. K UTZINGEIi, Agnnt.
A. V. ALLEN,
Groceries, Flour, Feed,,'Provisions, Fruits
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies.
Cor. Cast ud Squtmoque Street. Astorli, Ore.
Horth Paeifie Bremery
JOHN KOPP, Prop '
Bohemian Lager Beer
. And XX PORTER.
Al orden promptly attended to
SINQ LUNG. Prop.
Don't buy any Spring goods until you
have looked ourstcck over. . It will pay
you and as usual our prices are such as to .
give us the bulk of the ladies trade in
417 Bond Street, next door to Mouler's
Between Aatorla and Portland
SPRING TIME TABLE.
Steamer Sarah Dixon leaves Astoria,
Monday mom ing for Portland at
o'clock, and Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday evenings at 6 o'clock. .
Returning leaves Portland Sunday
morning at 7 o'clock; Monday, Wednes
day and Friday evenings at 7:30.
SHAVER TRANSPORTATION CO
30SS HIGGINS k CO.
Grocers, : and : Butchers
Aatorla and Upper Aatorla.
Pine Tea and Coffee,. Table Delkacle,, Doneatle
and Tropical Fruits, Vegetables, Sugar '
Cured Hams, Bacon. Etc.
Choice Fresh and Salt Meats.
St. George's Rheumatic
Specially Manufactured to aid those
.afflicted with RHkUMATISM. It Rives
tone tu the stomach and purifies the blood
better than any otli.r bitters known.
For sale by all leadlug dn.gglsts, or
Address "0. R." P.O. Box 66),
PETER BRACH, General Agent
437 Commercial Street, Astoria, Oregon.
Telephoue Nn. 94.
THE flSTOR Ifl SAVINGS BAKK
Acti as trustee for corporation and
individuals. Deposits solicited.
Interest will be allowed on savings
deposits at the rate of i per cent per
J. Q. A BOWLBY President
REN J. TOUNO Vice President
FRANK PATTON Cashier
J. Q. A. Bowlby, C. H. Page, BenJ
Young, A. 8. Reed, D. P. Thompson
W. E. Dement, Oust Holmes.
E. ricNEIL, Receiver.
. . of'
Spokane Ogclen .Denver
and . and
rft. Paul. Omaha or
Pullman and To oris Cleaners
Free Raoflnlng Chair Curt.
Astoria to San Francisco.
Htaite, Sunday, April 14.
Columbia, Frlility, April 19.
State, WetliK-Bdiay, Aiwll 24.
ColumUa, Monday, April 29.
State, Saturday, May 4.
Astoria and Portlnd Steamers.
Hereafter the O. R. and N. Co.'s boats
will run as follows, between Astoria and
Portland. The Thompson will leave As
toria at 6:45 a. m. dally except Sunday,
and Portland dully at 8 p. m. except
Bunday. The T. J. Potter will leave
Astoria at 7 p. m. " . ind Portland
at T a. m. dally except Sunday.
i MtfTTWai aVHEVW-M" t ' 111 mill .1 rT ai . uf
For rates and general Information call
on or address
C. F. OVERBAUGII.
Commercial Agent, Astoria, Or.
W. H. HURLBURT.
0n. Fu Agt, Portland, Or.