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THE DAILY .ABTOlilAN, ASTOKIA. SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 28, 189,4.
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION.' DAILY. Served by carrier, pppr week.. Ij cis Bent by mall, per month.. W ets Sent by mall, per year i.w WEEKLY. Sent by mall per year, 12.00 In advance. Fostage free to subscribers. The Astorian guarantees to Us sul vcrlbers the larjreet circulation of any newspaper publlBhed on the Colun.bla liver. , Advertising: rates can be obtained on application to the business manager. This paper Is In possession of all the telegraph franchises, and Is the only paper on the Columbia river that pub lishes genuine dispatches, . The Pally Astorlan's circulation is five times as great as that of the com bined circulation of the other daily pa pers of Astoria, The Weekly Astorian, the third old est weekly In the state of Oregon, has, next to the Portland Oregonlan, the largest weekly circulation in the state. Subscribers to the Astorian .are re quested to notify this offlce, without loss of time, immediately they fall to receive their dally pape or when they lo not get it at the usual hour.. By do Jr this they will enable the manage ment to place the blanw on the proper parties and to insure a speedy remedy. Handley & Haas are our Portland agents and copies of the Astorian can be had every morning at their stand on First street TIDE TABLE. For the Week, Beginning To-Jy. hick A.M. WATHR I.OW WATKB DATS P.M. A.M. PM. b m I ft. h m I t. h m i ft Thu. 25 Fri.. 26! 3 50,8 5 4 28 8 6 61018 2 3 487"7li 110 0612) 10 05 10 47 1J 35 4 437 01 10 67 Sat.. 2 6 6 2 6 6616 6 8 2515 21 M 67 Sun.. 28 Mon. 29 Tue. 3", 5 5BI81I 104 217 3 241 6 47 7 40 35! 8 01! 0 27 127 2 47 10 1015 31 Wed. 31 U 27 6 6 4 2010 6 YESTERDAY'S WEATHEIt. Local weather-for the twenty-four hours ending at 6 p. m. yesterday, fur nished by the U. S. Department of Ag rlculture weather bureau. ' Maximum temperature, 48 degrees. Minimum temperature, 41 degrees. Precipitation, .41 Inch. Total precipitation from July 1st, 1693 to date, 57.63 inches. Excess of precipitation from July 1st, 1893 to date, 15.17 Inches. TODAY'S WEATHER. Portland, Jan. 27. For Western" Ore gon and WeBtern Washington, rain; warmer. For Eastern Washington and En st ern Oregon, fair weather, slightly warmer. The statement la freely made that the Cleveland administration ha "suf fered a defeat in the councils of Us own party" by the Income tax proposal. The worst things said of the mission aries' sons in Hawaii is that they are unnecessarily rich. Why not nnnex them and slap an income tax on them? In a once thriving New England com munity the only Industry running on full time Is a coffin factory. Silk mills, cotton mills and machine shops are on lialf time there. This Beems significant The people of Louisiana are confronted with the knowledge that If passed the Wilson bill will ruin an industry that of the manufacture of sugar In whlcr over $160,000,000 are Invested, beslder bringing to ruin, poverty and dlstrest half a million of homes. It would alsc destroy en Interstate commerce of $40, 000,000, a commerce that Is felt In ev ery workshop, and factory in the United States; the destruction of an industry that affects, more or less, the welfare of every person In the Union. With the great sugar Industry of the United Slates destroyed, or Its development checked, tho consumer would soon be at the mercy of tho foreign producer. Loulslanlona are waking from a long sleep, and if words count for anything, the shackles of prejudlco and party sla very will be burst asunder, and the state at tho next election will take her place where she belongs, In the protec tion column. If the democratic party survives Its present episode of general responsibil ity its first experience of the sort in thirty-three years It will be because Its discipline is superior to all considerations of doctrine o r pol icy, anr even of the distribu tion of patronage. There Is no sort of agreement among democrats as to what tariff reform means, save that the Wilson bill is a "step." As for a settlement, that Is at best remote. There is no possibility for the democratic par ty to let the tariff alone. They will meddle semi-annually as long as they have power. The most urgent appeals were made to the democrats In both houses, lu the name of the unity and honor of the democratic party, to have authorization for cheap popular bonds a moKt sensible policy. It meant that the secretory should have power to go to the people for money at the low rate the high credit of the country could command; that the denominations should b so small that persona having nAviugs would prefer them. Put no! Till wa a clear istop toward sound finance; and th democrats would not Jiava it. Mr. Carlisle mu, therefore, nM'.ed to n'M-t a erlnng tigma upon republican law by which resumption was secured. The fate of the bill which Representative Cummlngs, of New York, is to Introduce, Is extremely prob lematical, If tho course of tho demo crats in both houne and senato counts for anything. A great deal that was attractive at tho World's Fair in Chicago is to be gcen at tho Midwinter Fair, which was opened at San Francisco yesterday. TRe California supplement of the ' Fair which is famous throughout the world, appears to have sprung from the thought that many of the most splen did exhibits would pass through San Francisco on the way to Asia, and, as the plans advanced in form, the pur poses were expanded, until there Is gathered much that is fascinating. The buildings have been carefully construct ed, and while not on the gigantic scale of Chicago, they are Imposing and pic turesque and ample. Things have been done in California on a most liberal scale, and the results are of good re port. Tho season will be largely de voted to special festivals. In the month of April the anniversary of California has Us day; so also does the order of Chosen Friends and the Knights and Ladles of Honor. The Native Sons of tho Golden West also hold forth in April, having selected the 20th for their day. The Odd Fellows have selected April 25, and the Grand Army of the Republic the 27th. JOHN RIGDON'S REASONS. John Rlgdon was always a clean, shrewd, temperate, Industrious man. When he came up and received a loaf of bread, as It was being distributed by the New York World charity, I was surprised. "John," I said, "you here! How 1b this?" "It's not my fault," said Rlgdon. "Flf ten hundred of us are out of work at Amsterdam. Tho tariff is to be lower ed, they say, and knit goods will come In from Chemnitz, Germany, cheaper than we can make them here. They work for 13 a week In Chemnitz, and we used to get $12 in Amsterdam." "Do you think our old 60 per cent tariff increased your wages?" I asked. "Why, yes. We get 400 per cent more wages In Amsterdam than they do in Germany. How else could we have got It?" "Cut they say, Rlgdon, that woges depend upon supply and demand," I said. "Yes, but what demand would there be for knit shirts made at $2 per day when you could import them from Ger many mode hy 30-cent lalxr? The tar iff keeps that cheap labor out." "Then what will bo the effects In Amsterdam If the Wilson bill lowers the tariff 25 per cent on knit goods?" "Our wages will have to go down 100 per cent," said John. "We boys will have to stand the cut or the factory will stop. If 60 per cent tariff gives four times the wages paid In Germany, why, a 25 per cent tariff will make our wages twice as much as they are in Germany, or about CO cents a day." Economist. MIDWINTER FAIR TICKETS. Commencing with the steamship Col umbia, leaving Astoria Wednesday, January 24th, the Union Paclflo will lell round trip tickets to San Francisco U the rate of $22.00. These tickets will be limited to 30 days from date of sale. G. W. LOUNSJJERRY, Agent. BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve In the world foi cuts, amities, sores, plcers, salt rheum, fever ore, tettor. efuipped' hands, chilblain -orns, and all skin eruptions, and poiiltlve ly cures piles, or no pay required. H Is guaranteed to give perfect sntlsfac 'ion or money refunded. Price 25 cenU oer box. For sals by Chas. Rogers, SC.' BSor to J. C. Dement FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind chollo, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Sold by all drug gists throughout the world. A SURE CURE FOR PILES. Itching Piles a.s known by moisture like perspiration, causing Intense Itching, when warm. This form, as well as Mllnd. rlleedlng or rrotrudliiK, yield at once to Dr. llosanko's Pile Remedy, which act directly on the parts affected, absorb tumors, allays Itching and effects s permanent cure. Wc. DruKKlst or mail. Circulars free. Dr. Posanko, 8a Arch utreet, Philadelphia, Pa. Bold by J. W. Conn. ENDORSED BY THE TRESS. Gontlcmen: This is to certify that I have used Krause'a Headache rupsules with satisfactory results. I totight a box which cost me nnd one capnvle cured me of a dreadful sick hadache. My wife and myself have both used the medicines manufactured by the Norman Llchty'Mf'g Co.. nnd we re commend them to the public as being jjust what they are represented. Respectfully, W. J. HUTCHISON, Ed. Gaiotte, Pleasant Hill. Mo. Twenty-five cents, for Bale by Chas. Rogers. Astoria, Or., sole ageuts. A VALUABLE REMEDY. Hon. Edmund L. Pitts, late president of the New York state somite, writes: "Stat of New York, Senate Chamber, Albany. March 11. ISss. I have used Alleock's Porous plasters in my family f..r the past five years, and can truthfully Bay they are a val uable rmuy and effect great cures. I would not be without tluun. I have In several Instances given some to friends snfffvlnK with weak and lnme bi.cka. and they have invariably nflYrd ed certain and speedy relief. They cannot be too hlshly recommended," THE COMPLEXION OF A CHINESE, f Is not yellower than that of an unfor tunate Individual whoso liver complaint hnn njiRiimed a rhronlc form. The eye balls of the sufferer awwmo a saff ron hue, there is dull puln in the region or tho organ affected, tho tongue ia root ed, breath sour, sick headaches usually but not always occur, and there ia sometimes dizziness on arising from a sitting posture. Constipation and dys pepsia are also attendants of this very common ailment, always in its aggra vated form, liable to breed abscesses of the liver, which are very dangerous. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters wholly eradicates it, as well as the troubles complicated with it, and which it orig inates, in cnius ana rever, a com plaint which always yields to the Kit. ters. the liver is seriously involved. This fine alterative tonic removes cos- tlvenesa and indigestion, rheumatic, nervous and kidney trouble and debil ity. SUMMONS. In the circuit court of the state of Ore gon for Clatsop county. HarveyW.Bell, plaintiff, vs. Kate Thom son Bell, defendant: To Kate Thomson Bell, defendant: In the name of the state of Oregon you are hereby required to appear aim answer the complaint filed against you In the above entitled court on or before the regular term thereof, to-wlt: Feb ruary 19th, 1894. And you are hereby notified that if you fall so to appear, end answer, the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in his complaint, towlt: for a decree dis solving the bonds of matrimony now existing between you and tho plaintiff. This summons is published pursuant to an order of the Hon. T. A. McKride. Judge of the above entitled court, dated January 5th, 1894. ROBERT SCOULER, Attorney for Plaintiff. SUMMONS. in the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Clatsop county: William Lehnlg, plaintiff, vs. Emma Corder, Lydla Jamleson, Jennie John son, Sophia Lehnlg, and Augusta Mc Connell, defendants. To Emma Corder, Lydla Jamleson, Jen nie Johnson, Sophia Lehnlg, and Au gusta McConnell: In the name of tho state of Oregon, you are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed In tho above court, and cause, on or before the first day of the term of this court, next fol lowing the expiration of six weeks' pub lication of this summons, which will be the nineteenth day of February, 1894, and If you fall to appear or answer, for want thereof, plaintiff will take Judg ment against you for the sum of six hundred and ninety-eight dollars, with interest thereon from the 16th day of August, 1891, nt the rate of eight per cent per annum, and for costs and illa dursements of this action; and will also take an order directing the sale of eer lain reul estate property, belonging to you which has been attached in th'.s action; and which real property is sit uated in the county of Clatsop, stnte of Oregon, and particularly described as the northwest quarter of the north east quarter and the enst hulf of the northwest quarter of section thirty-one, of township seven north, range eight west, In Clatsop county, Oregon. Service of summons In this action by publication. Is made pursuant to an order of the Hon. A. McBride, Judge of the ubove entitled court, dated the 4th day of May. 1893. W. T. BURNEY, Attorney for Plaintiff. Dated Jan. 4th, 1594. SUMMONS. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for the County of Clatsop: IV. H. KlrkDatrick, plaintiff, vs. M. M Ketchum and Ida 11. Kctchum, de fendants. To M. M. Kctchum and Ida II. Ketch um: In the name of tho State of Oregon, you, and each of you, are hereby re milred to amiear and answer the com plaint filed against you in tho above entitled suit by the first day of the next term of this court, towlt: the third Monday in February, 1894, and if you fall so to answer, for want thereof nliilntiff will tnko Judgment against you M. M. Ketchum, for the recovery of the sum of 17.3S3.32. and Interest tnereon alnce May 11th, 1892, at the rate of eight per cent per annum, nna lor at torney's feces of eight hundred dol lars, and disbursements of this suit and against both of you for the fore closure of mortgage on the following described land, to-wlt: Lots six, seven and eight, ond northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of section 2S, In township 6 north, range 7 west, in Clat sop county, Oregon, andthe sale of your Interest therein, nnd for such other relief ns asked for In the com nlnlnt In this suit,. This Is served upon you by publication for six weeks In the Weekly Astorinn, a newspaper puousn--d In this county. By order of Hon. T. A. McBride, Judge of said court, made on the 23d duy of December, 1893. J. Q. A. BOWLBY, Attorney for Plaintiff. AD.MINISTWrOU'3 FINAL AC COUNT. Notice is hereby 'lvn that the un dersigned, udm'.nls'.r.u.ir of the v'nie of Alexander .McDonald, linn tiled in tho ounty court of tho stnti of c.vgon for Clatsop county, his tlnnl account as such administrator, praying ''or rettle ment of said estate and his discharge, nnd the enld court has set Mon J y, February 5th, 1894, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., of Bald day, at the court house, for the hearing of said account, and all persons Interested are notified hereby to then nnd there appear and show cause if any, why the sumo should not be allowed. WILLIAM McDONALD, Administrator of tho estate of Alex ander McDonald, deceased. FINAL SETTLEMENT ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. The undersigned, ustdgnoe of Parlcor & Hanson, insolvent debtors of Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon, Inning filed his tlnnl account as such assignee, wlt.h the clerk of the circuit court of Oi ron f'r Clatsop county. Oregon, the hearing and settlement of account will be held in said court on the tlint day of tho next regular term thereof, to- lt: on the lilueitenlh lay ot c'-ilv ay, 1S9. Objections, if any, to such settlement must then and there lie mode. - V. W. I'AUKEn. Assignee of Parker & Jlansin. Insol vent debtors. January 13, 1S94. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION. Notice Is hereby given that the un dersigned has been this day appointed the administrator of the estate of A. K. ll irrow. deceased, by the county court ' of Clatsop county, Oregon. All parties having cl dms iwilnst Buhl estate must present the same, duly verified, to the' undersigned, nt the otflce of Fulton ! Uros., ailorite), lit Astoria, O'U'anp countv, urcgon, wimia sis monius jrem this date. s. ii. Ai:r. January IJ. ISOt fjjsj Hie (1 Wm 1 ilstMai1 mil itw. Jioute. S picTO1 PUTS YOU in Chicago Omaha, Kansas City, St, Louis and all Eastern Points 24 to 36 Hours Ahead X Of Any Other Itine. Pullman and Tourist Sleopcis Freo Reclining Chair Cora, Oln. Ing Cars are run daily via the Union Pacific Flyor leaving Port, land at 7:00 p. m. Astoria to San Francisco, OCEAN STEAMERS SAILING DATES. Col imbla, Tuesday, Dec. 5. State, Sunday, Dec. 10. Columbia, Friday, Dec. 15. State, Wednesday, Deo. 20. Columbia, Monday, Dec. 25. State, Saturday, Dec. 30. Astoria and Portland Steamers. Steamer K. It. Thompson leaves As toria at u:4 a. m., uany except ouiiuay via Washington side of the river; re turning, leaves Portland at 8 p. m. .Inllir want KlillirrlnV. The TllOniD- son makes landings on both Bides of tho river above wateriora, on Dom up and down trips. S. II. H. CLARK, OLIVER MINK, E. ELLERY ANDERSON, Receivers. For rates and general Information call on or address O. W. LOUNSBERRY. Agent, Astoria, Or. W. H. IIURLBURT, Ast. Gen. Tas. Agt., Portland, Or. BOOTS and SHOES The Largest Stock, Best Quality and Lowest Prices at The Sign ol the Golden Shoe. JONN HAHN & CO. G. fl. STIflSO & CO., BLiACKSfOTHlHG! Ship and Cannery Work, Horseshoe ing, Wagons made and repaired. Good work guaranteed. On Cass street. v Cures Scrofula flirs. i. ,1. Howell, Meilfnnl, Mass., says her mutter lia Iwoneurpilof SorofnU hy tWttseof four bottles of Sj'f nftcr liuviuc had much other ire RjjVS? Rtment, anil neinfc reduced tifid tVsw.'5 iu low condition of health, as it na.i thought she. could not live. INHERITED SCROFULA. f'vw Jf2?i) f """! my littlo hoy of hereditary A?Jiyi Scrofula, which appeared all over Sm-mI UU (;'o. Kor a year I had Riven up all hojio ot hii recovery, when finally I was Induced to use 'cw bottles cured him, and LjfJ) no symptoms of tho disease rouiaiuT ' Mit. T. J.. Mathers, JIatherville, Miss. Our InoIc on Bloo I an I S':in Disease imitcri tree. hwiPT SeaciHic eo.. Atlanta. Ga. i4 1 do not Eat PastryM $i'jhr- vam mW 'A I low often you hear this expression, and the ex t)lanation that usually follows: "I am troubled O with dyspepsia." The (T$ frt explanation is not far to jf seek. In the past Lard hi M has been used as the prin fs:k cipnl Bhortening in all fi jl pastry, the result dys- O fc- A pepsia. The dyspeptic o be troubled, providing aJ fi is substituted for lard in :M the preparation of all food, i.i It is composed strictly of 1S (1 highly refined vegetable 'i oil and berf suet. When pj, used as a shortening, it produces wholesome and .i healthful pastry. Tiiysi- H 1 . cians and expert cooks v indorse it. Relay satstliptes. y y Sfnd llirce cent in ataifpi la K K , ) i"; A ! uti ink . Co .CliicAgo.foi ii.tttu-.otuc K. lu. 'ten Ct-k l-ook, cotu.itnn; six V c hun-Jred recijwv pn"p.tred by litiic ctiii- . r S, ulhotiltet on cuvktng. S 7 i ' Cott'iii-nt h sold by all cmotn. J ' J Xv Hatlv- only by - fdj N. K. FA'.RBANK & CO., ST. LOUIS and ?:.Tcm:CAGO, NEW YORK, BOSTON.;' w Y i 3 TIicso t!ny Capsules are suporter k V to Balsam of Conn-iiA y 1 euro n nours v S rii v . V..---J jb aoiuq uje"sn M-trnnnT imvtiwvifu ill II 3 Bil C. P. UPSHUR, Shipping & Gommission Astoria, .Oregon. -A. V. ALLEN, DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits, Vegetables, Crockery, Class and Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies. Cor. Cass and SquemXue Streets, Astoria, Ore. EVERY REQUISITE POR : First Class Funerals : I AT POLL'S Undertaking Parlors, THIRD" STREET. Rates Reasonable. Embalming: a Specialty. Vasic Hall -:- 3M Pirst Street, Astoria, Or, H. CHRISTENSEN. Prop. A FREE CONCERT every nlghf beginning at 8 o'clock. Good music. The best of wines, liquors and dears always on hand. Noe & Scully, Dealers In Stoves, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware. Sole Ajjentii for MAGEE STOVES AND RANGES. Jobbina a Specialty. 431 Second Street, Astoria, Or. Dalgity's Iroi? Works. JAHES DALGITY, Proprietor, (Successor to Arndt & Fcrchen.) Boiler Repairing and Cannery Work. Repairing of River Craft a specialty. Machine work of all kinds done. Shop, foot of Lafayette St. Washington JJeal Market Corner Second and Mnln Streets. Wholesale and Retail Butchers : and : Packers. Steamboats, Ships and Mills supplied on short notice. Families supplied promptly at the lowest rates. CHRISTENSEN & CO., Props. J. B. WYATT, DEALER IN HARDWARE AND SHIP CtfANDLEW, Pure Oils, Bright Varnish, Blnacle OH, Cot ton Canvas, Hemp Sail Twine. Lard Oil, Wrought iron Spikes, Galvanized Cut Nails. GROCERIES, ETC. Agricultural Implements, Sewinp; Machines, Paints and Oils. OCGlDEfiT HOTEL Is the Best of Its Class On the Pacific Coast. THE fltf UNEXCELLED TABLE. Rates, $3 dally and upwards. J. A. FASTABEND, GENERAL CONTRACTOR. Pile Driving, Hoose, Bridge and WHARF nUILDER, Address, box 180, posternce" ASTORIA, ORE. ROSS, IIIGGIXS & CO., Butchers : and : Grocers, Astoria and Upper Astoria. Fine Teas and Coffees, TaWa Delicacies, Domestic ana tropical rruits. vegeupies, sugar Cured Hams, Bacon, Etc. Choice Fresh and Salt - Meats. M.C.CROSBY, Dealer in Hardware, Iron, Steel, Iron Pipe and fittings, Stoves and Tinware. House Furnishing Goods. Sheet aud Strip Lead, Tin and Copper, and Sheet Iron TE OREGON BRIERY. A. A. CLEVELAND, Prop. GOOD BREAD, CAKES and PASTRY None but the Best Materials used. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED CUSTOMERS. Bread delivered to any part of the city. Central Hotel Cor. jrd and West Ninth Sts. On the European pl.in. Large, airy rooms and a first-class restaurant, Itojtd daily, weekly or monthly. Private rooms for families." Oysters and tish in season. Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. EVENSQN & COOK, - Proprietors. Jlortb Pacific Bremery JOHN KOPP.Prop. , Bohemian Lager Beer And XX PORTER. i All orders promptly attended to Portland and Astoria. STEAMER TELEPHONE. Leaves Astoria every evening except Sunday at 7 p. m. Arrives at Astoria everv dav r,n j Sunday at 4 p. m. Leaves Portland every day except I Sunday at 7 a. in. 1 - . o0-,- STONE. Ast, Astoria, E. A, Sceley, general aent, Portland. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY. AMERICA'S Greatest Trans "Continental Railway System. FH0K OCEAfl TO OCEAN -IN- Palace Dining floom and Steeping Cars. Loxorioas Dining Cars. Elegant Day Coaches. also Observation Cars, alloming Unbroken Vieuis of the Wonderfol JYIoantain Country. ALSO CANADIAN PACIFIC ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE To China and Japan, "2mprcs8 of India" leaves Vancouver Oct. 10. AUSTRALIAN STEAMER SERVICE Tho "Miowe'a" leaves Victoria Oct. 10 for Honolulu ml Atift railan Torts, For tickets, rates and Information, call on or imtlress JAS. FINLATSON, Agent, Astoria, Or. I. G. Knucky, Traveling Pas. Agt., Ta coma. Geo. McL. Crown, Dlst. Pns. Agt., Vancouver, B. C. CHICAGO, pWAUKTE find ST. PAUlt RAILWAY Connecting with All Transcontinenta Lines is the Only Line running ELECTRIC - LIGHTED - CARS BETWEEN St Paul and Chicago. AND Omaha and j Chicago. ! The Express Trains consists of Vestibuled, Sleeping, Dining and Parlor Cars, HEATED BY STEAM, And furnished with Every Luxury known In moder railway travel. For SPEED, COMFORT and SAFETY This Line is Unequaled. Tickets on sale at all prominent railway offices. For further Information Inquire ot any ticket agent, or C. J. EDDY, General Agent. J. W. CASEY, Trav. Pass. Agt. PORTLAND, OREGON. QUICK TIME -TO- SflK FRANCISCO AND fllili POINTS ll CflLIFOlWlA Via tho Mt. Shasta Route of the Southern Pacific Go. The Only $oute Through Califor nia to Points East and South. THE SCENIC ROUTE Op THE PACIFIC COAST PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS AND SECOND-CLASS SLEEPERS Attached to express trains, affording superior accommodations for second class passengers. Pot rates, tickets, sleeping1 car reaer- nnl??8, etc- 0:111 on or address E. P. UUGLRS, Assistant General t'asseu ser and Freight Agent, Portland, Or. $50 REWAp Will be paid for any infor mation that will lead to the arrest and conviction of the persons that recently broke into Jeff's Seaside cottage. R. L. Jeffery. ASTORIA IRON WORKS, Concomtj St., foot of Jackson. Astoria. Genera! Machinists and Boiler Makers -"J and .Marine Ertfnes. Boiler work. Steam- and Cannery Work .Specialty, of An IWrirtinn, M.Je Ordir Ca aoU Notice. 1? I -President and Secretary U rx .....Vlce-Presldont