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THE DAlL AST ORIAX, ASTORIA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, PEBHUAISY "21,' "1604.
ABOUT THE CITY. The Britinh ship Holj-wood, loaded v,-ilh Un-plato, Id expected dally. Thtllawalian Isles went up the river yesterday in tow of the Harvest Queen. The tug Fearless, CapU Haskell, crossed out yesterday morning, bound for San Francisco. ; The American ship Santa Clara sailed esterday for Queenstown or Falmouth; for orders with a cargo of wheat. Qutnlln lodge. No. 180, B. P. O. E., initiated Hon. C. W, Fulton last even ing into the mysteries of the order. President McClelland, of Forest Grove, gave a very interesting address on the subject of "Languages" at the high school yesterday. The st.3am3hlp Columbia arrived In from S?.n Francisco yesterday, and tfter discharging the merchandise for this port proceeded to Portland. Tho Ladles' Society of the Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran church will meet at Mrs. II. Ekstrom's, on Thursday next. Christine Nlssun, Secretary. The Salt Lake Herald Is responsible .oi this brief bit of wisdom: "How do you find -business?" asked a "hard times" man of a cheerful storekeeper. "I advertise for It," was the brisk reply. The citizens of St. Paul are bragging about their mllo and a half toboggan slide, that the late snow has enabled them to complete. They say it is the longest slide on record. How about the one from Jerusalem to Jericho? The German bark Irene and the Brit ish ship Annesley spread their white wings In the harbor yesterday, and un der the influence of a steady breeze from the eastward crossed the bar and started on their long voyage to Europe. The steamer R. P. Elmore arrived yesterday from Tillamook with a good passenger list and a cargo of canned salmcn and dairy products. She will pall again for Tillamook on Thursday morning, on the arrival of the night boat from Portland. Coasting was a favorite amusement last evening on the different streets running north and south, and also on the extension of Chenamus street. Sleds were numerous, and but one accident was reported, Harry Twilight colliding with a telegraph pole on Genevieve street and seriously hurting hla hip. The lad fulnted and had to be carried to his home. No bones were broken, and t Is not expected that the injuries will he more than sufficient to keep him in he house for a day or two. Collector Page has had all the old rec ords of the custom house properly seg regated, labeled end put away in pigeon holes. The documents date from 1852 to 1893. Several new and much needed ar (Icles of furniture in the way of book cases and shelves have been put into the ofllce, and all the records have been made readily accessible. Among the books Is one containing the requisitions mada by Capt. John Whltcomb, of the ynjled States steamer Jefferson. It Is dated 1S45, end Is the oldest book among the customs records on the Pacific Coast. To show the efficiency of the postofilce department, the following is an occur rence which happened, in connection witty one of our citizens: Last summer pe purchased a ticket at Seattle to Chi cago, via the Canadian Pacific, which was to take him as far as Port Arthur by rail, and from that point the Journey was by lake steamer to Chlaw. When he arrived at Port Arthur he fourd hia steamer had departed the day before. The agent stamped, hs ticket VNo steamer.' Thiu entitled. hm to a draw? back on the company tor the price of the ticket from Port Huron to Chicago, and when he arrived at the latter city he presented the ticket for the amount to tho CanadUn Pacific agent there, who refused to honor It, claiming it was o be paid at Seattle, and relerreij him tj the agent at that point. He. mailed the ticket; to Seattle, with he request pat th amount be forwarded to him at Pirn Francisco, giving street and house number, The letter was not properly addressed and was placed amongst the advertised letters, and then In proper time sent to the dead letter office in Vayhlngton. After the dead letter em ployees haq- reaij the writer's address, ihey mailed the letter to San Fr-nclscoi with the usual request that op its re fBipt iua titf notify the department, He had left San Francisco for Astoria be fore the letter reached there, but his friends sent it to him here, and in due time he received it; but failed to com ply with the request, So yesterday Tost uiapter Hare received instructions from Washington to look the matter up and notify them, which he did. Surely for two cents invested in a postage stamp Updo Scm gives a 'great deal of ser vice. q $80 lot "for ?S. Meany l the leading tailor and pays tht highest oasti price for fur skins. For 13, a lot Is dflivered every week to the buyer in Hill's First addition. Lovers of a good cigar can always find mild, fresh Belmonts at Chas. Ol sen's Hill's First addition Is located in the ! cnv. e of e city. Lots af.e now selling ,fl IKE SCHOOL BONDS. I 4 The Purposes ' for Which the $12,jU is ", Required. School DlrecforlwcWnson states that .?:-7 .! mat of the rof'mrytomeetthe i nr-tiv h .,i .ihle. and four.d tw '. -m'itu-ilv needed w nearer , t!i 00 4h-.n Vi M, Uivided follows: I Malaga, in- which he had cnerou bur-jrt-r ;;rtue on money borrowed for dM. but of which he could acquit hlm rv., trt a-hool. I3: due William I and in which be gained rights, ccd Tarant,2,500. borrowed two months aso for the purpose ol paylnj the salaries 0f teachers and due March l; duo L W. Case, aavanrou tor uo oi veaar street school before present board was elected, The additional 4,oou, Mr. Dickinson stales, was considered necessary for , the purchase or wooa ana Buppues or van i us kinds, tieierniifr vj ine suggestions e mnip tavnavpra. that the aalnrlen nf , ,.ora llR cat dow durln tho hllfU ,,inn Mr rl(.winnn rm,,ir ncno uci"-'" ed that - Uie department entered into contract with the teachers, as required by law, and while these contracts were in force no reduction was possible. Fresh fish and poultry at Welcome's Market, next to Foard & Stokes . If you want a first class photograph, call on Crow, the. Photographer, 638 Third street. There is no risk taken by Joining Hill's lot club Everybody gets the full value or their money. St-e-e-dman's Soothing Powders sue cesFfully used for children, during the teething period, ror over nrty yeuo. COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. The county court convened yesterday, Judge McGuIre ptesldlng, and ther be ing present Commissioner Carruthers, Clerk Trenchard and Sheriff Smith The first matter disposed of was the case of Nlnlan Eberman, an incorrigi ble. The mother and brother of the boy were examined, and after their testi mony wus taken it was ordered that the lad be committed to the reform school. Clyde Colby, a child 10 months old, was ordered gent to the baby home, hip mother, a girl not much over 17 yeare of age, being unable to support him. Japanese novelties and fancy dry good.-), can be had at half price, at th. store of Wing Lee, next to Olsen's cigar store. H. Ekstrom has fixed his prices foi Jewelry to suit the times, and the latesi novelties can be secured at the cost 0! material used in the manufacture. Ladles' writing' desks, rocklntr c .il.i and dining chairs, suitable for Christ mas presents, at G. V. Porter's, Secon street. Handsome crayon portrait wun j.'a purcnasea. THE CIRCUIT COURT. Judge Mclirlde Disposes of a Numbei of Cases Yesterday. The circuit court nwt yesterday morn ing at 9:30, the case of Young Sen Guy vs. Wong Yon Duch being the firs! called. Judgment was given by default and an order of sale of attached prop erty made. A similar decision was reached in the case of the Astoria Iron Works vs. the La Camas Transportation Co. The case of the First National bank vs. Mary R. Adair et al, was dismissed, on motion of plaintiff, A similar order was made In the case of the Astoria Savings bank vs. David Morgan et al. Defuult was allowed nnd judgment en tered In the case of George Leithoff vs. M, M, Dee et a(, The receiver was discharged and tin bonds exonerated in the case of J. W. Sraliam vs. the Pacific Construction Company. A motion to reinstate cause was al lowed and stipulation set aside in the case of R. A. Frann vs. Charles F. Slltei etal. The case of Charles Olsen vs. M. M Walker et al. waa set for trial on Salur- day, Monday was set for the trial of the case of the State of Oregon VB, R, Car ruthers, In the case of F. Ephralm vs. M. M. Dee et al., motion for publication of summons was allowed and dismissed as to A. P. Hotallng & Co. - Sen-Ice was set aside In. the. case of Dayld. TwedOJa vs. M. M. Ktchum. The case of S, A. D. Puter vs. Camp- bell Bros, was continued for the term. At this stage in the proceedings the grand jury brought in three true bills. Demurrer was overruled by consent and three days ajlowoc t. answer in the case of A. V. Allen vs 'hqodore Broem ser and Esther Broemser. In the case of Frernont Cobb va, Eri Beebe et al a motion to make more definite and certain was allowed, and disallowed motion to strike out. C. Olsen was arraigned upon all in- dlctment charging him with the crime of fishing for salmon during the close seiisqn. He was given until today to plead, anc bonds were fixed at t?50, May Ross was gyen. until Saturday to plead to a charge of larceny la a dwelling. Wm. Thomas, charged with larceny of personal property, was given until Sat urday to plead. Til suit, of Eva Wallman vs. Theo dore Brac'ker was set' for trial on March 1st. Adjourned until 9:30 this morning. DR. McCLELLAND'S ' LECTURE. The Lapor Question From An Historical Standpoint. The Congregational church was well r filled last evening to hear President Mc- Clelland present the labor problem from an historical point of view. Among other things, Astoria Is bus- talning the reputation o' furninHlng ex- vvi'uuuauy inieiugent audiences. Tliir tRe of n8tant- remark on the . J no visit us, ana part of the lecturers wl I la pleasant evidence of jriudly re lations that tnese lectures are estab- Ushlng. I The lecture of the evening befor, on 'he "Principle, and Theoite. of Political Economy," fed the way to a rapid, but Re view, of the progress of the lab- oror fiInc ancient times; from the con- u,Llon ot slavery in which he had no through tt.at oi stifdou. and at length the present condition, In which he has Dower tn fh n r.r,cn to cripplo and vanquish capital But tins condition of wartaro is not the end. There will be fraternity not only he- tween laborers, but also between labor- era and capitalists. Tries two eh-s.s are now equal enough to fear and respect - each other; in a truer order thev will respect and love each other. I I "Snow Flake" Flour, claimed to be . p' I?l t0.ai1 .others, yet costing no mure man interior brandti. Unas, H jr. Kins & Co., Sole Agents. Special attention is called trt our lnrire stock of staple and fancy groceries, which we are now seiiincr t. inro-piv pp- uuceu prices lor cash. -Ross, Higgins & PERSONAL. w. H. Webber, of Knappton, is in town. M. M. Ketchum arrived in town yes terday. A. S. Wadleigh, of San Francisco, is In the city. Mrs. D. C. Bowers, of Tillamook, is in the city. Mrs. Clayton, of Seaside, Is a guest at tho Occident. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Paddock, of Fort land, are In the city. C. T. Slsson, of San Francisco, was among the arrivals in town yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Matson, of San Francisco, are registered at the Occi dent. J. H. Brldgeford, deputy collector of custom's, came up from Tillamook yes terday. Miss C. Hilliary, of Skamokawa, came down the river yesterday afternoon oi;- ihe Telephone. W. J. May, LL.D., accompanied by hlr wife, came up from Tillamook on tht Elmore yesterday. Mrs. J. W. Hare, with her mother. Mrs. Margaret Brown, have arrived home from a three months' visit to Sar. Francisco. THE CITY FATHERS. A Short Session of the Council Last Evening. Tho city council met last evening. Mayor Kinney in the chair, and all th councllmen present. Shortly after the transaction of bus! uess was begun, the mayor called Mr. Lewis, president of the council, to th -hair, his honor having been called u Attend a patient. letltlon of Kenney Eros., for transfer of liquor license from 312 to 308 First street, wus granted. Petition from R. R, Marlon, for pas sage of ordinance authorizing the stree: onimittee to enter into contract will him for removing earth on crossing of Olney and Seventh street. Referred K street committee. Communication from W. A. Sherman,' ex-clty assessor, regardlnsr his alleged w'laiin for balance of salary, was re ferred to the committee on ways and means, A remonstrance airnlnst the propos-.d grade of Columbia and Alameda ave nues, In Unlontown, was referred to tht street committee. The committee on streets ond publL ways asked further time in which tc report on grades in Taylor's Astoria. The same committee reiwted adverse- Iv P Potion tor material to build wain long West Th(rd street. Adopted, The report from the samo eommittei that the re-establlshment of the grade it the Intersection of Fourth and Can by avenue was that the petition was in sufficient and indefinite. Report wat adopted. Tfce same committee repqrted on pro posed grades in Alderhrook by recom- meiidinc that the"' surveyor's reoort be adopted, and the auditor bo Instructed to give due and legal notice accordingly. The city surveyor filed report and nmi'B OI r'S"1 wy i"r rauroau aiong clty front. Referred to the street com mittee. The ee.rtjnc.ae, of work completed on Young s Bay coynty road by w. Kron- quist was adopted, The avuiUor reported that the Interest jn iwo, lWi and 1887 bonds would be due March 1, and that he had drawn warrants to cover the same. Adopted. A resolution instructing the commit tee on streets and public ways q make recommendation's ' ivjth & view, to re- newjjig the streets an4 alleys of the city was adopted, An ordinance was passed under bus pcHsion of the rules appropriating $30C for the benefit of W. Kronqulst. An ordinance was read a first and second time appropriating out oi the police, und. for the use of the police commission, . An ordinance making appropriations "or the current expenses of the city for the year 1894 was read a third time anil passed. The following claims were ordered paid: West Shore Mills Co.. $22.45; H. F. Prae Co.. $11; Clatsop Mill Co., $8.30; Foard & Blokes, $4.C5; R. R. Marl on, $3; Griffin & Reed, $2.50; R. Strauss, - 3: Abstract Co., 3; Astoria Transfer Co - M- Kronqulsts 130; J. R. Clinton. 37.30; Astoria Woodyard. $5.50; Mr, T. Tb. council then adjourned. The steamer Electric will leave for II- waco at 4.30 omorrow ; ,ruoou : with iihone who sttena the Odd Fellows' I ha( The wiU Great preparations have betn made-by the hospitable people on the Washing. ton aide, and the members of Beaver : lodge and their friends anticipate an en Joyable evening. FOR OVER FIFTY TEAP.J Mn. Wlrnl.vy's boniblnr fiyrup has us-il yUr chlldfti twlhlne It inihf th chill, w'nn n iim nllaya nil psln. nip wind rhollc and ip the rimo1y tnr iHnrrhoM Twn-tr-flve rnt a bottle. B"M by all drui- rists throughout the wurtd. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Tho following deeds were filed to rce ord yesterday: Elvin W. Godfrey njid r.-ifo to T. C. Norris, southwest 1-4 of the northwest 1-4 and the north west 1-4 of the southwest 1-4 of section 30. township 6 north, range 6 west Robert M. Gaston and Mary C. Gaston to Robert T. Gaston,, lot 12, block 2, Grund Rapids.. R. M. Gaston to Mary C. Gaston, lot 4, block 1, Grand Rapids.. George W. Wood nnd wife to J. A. Larsen, e-tflt 3 1-2 chains east and west of lot 3, section 18, townBhlp 8 north, range 8 west ... $250 110 State of Oregon to Mary Smith, northwest 1-4 of section 3ti, township 4 north, range 10 west, 60 acres 200 J. C. Dement and wife to J. H. Langworthy, lot 8, block 1, De ment's Astoria.. C5 Frank Sperling et al. to H. F. McElroy. lots 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8, 9, 10, block 15, Railway Ad dition 500 P. O'Hara end wife 'to Lloyd Loomls, lots 13 and 30, block 6, O'Hara'8 addJtlon to Warren ton CO United States to Frank Rynn. southeast 1-4 of section 4, township 7 north, range 8 west; patent.' J. C. end Mary Vx Adams to F. W. Alt, southeast 1-4 of the southeast 1-4 of section 14, ex cept a certain portion thereof;' and lot 4, section 13, contain ing 10 acres; also, 2 acres in front of lot 4, above mentioned. United States Receiver to Tom Rawllngs, south 1-2 of north cast 1-4 and south 1-4 of north west 1-4, section 21, township Cnorth, ranpe 7 west. 4,000 J. M. Cress, trustee, to C. W. Fulton, south 1-2 of the north east 1-4. nnd the south 1-2 of the northwest 1-4 of section 21, township 6 north, range 7 wes 800 T. Rnwlings et al. to A. J. Sellg- mon, trustee, south 1-2 of the .northeast 1-4 and south 1-2 of the northwest 1-4 of section 21. township 6 north, ran?e j west. 1,000 L. N. Mitchell to Lbzle A. Mitchell, lots 1 and 2, block 14, North addition 1 L. N. Mitchell ond wife to Jas. , Coulter. 10 acre in sections 19 and 20, township 8 north, ra.nge 7 west ' 350 Heirs of Mary Ann Adair to Jacob Ongendall, lot 14, block 68, Adair's ;.. H. 8. Norris to T. J. Norris, lot 1, north 1-2 of the northeast and southeast 1-4 of the north east 1-4 of section 18, township 4 north, range 10 west.. COO dMOKE! SMOKE! SMOKE- SMOKE! If you wont any thing good to smoke. .Cey West, Imported, or domestic, you nust go to cnas.' uisen. FOR RENT. FOR RENT A good farm on Lewis tnd Clarke River Apply to J. V. Mar- .en, care Ross, Higgins & Co. BOARD AND LODGING. BLiiav tbAoo iJUAKD With or .vithout rooms, at reasonable rates. Ad- vly at E, C. Holden's, corner Main and jefferson. WANTED. $23.00 to $50.00 per week using and aeuing uia tteltable i'later. Every fam ily nus iU'-Hy, worn knives.foi'KS, snooiib. etc, yuicKiy plated by dipping in melted metal, jxo experience or hard work: a good situation. Address W. P. Harri son & Co., Clerk No. 14, Columbus, O, WANTED Agents to represent lead ing typewriter. Exclusive territory. Ad- uretis facino Typewriter Exchange, ruruanu, jie. AGENTS Mukea $5.00 a day. Great est iqiuiien uumMl ever invented. Re tails acts. 2 to tl sold in every house. oauip e, postage paid, live cents. For siiee & MeMakln, Cincinnattl, O. FOR SALE. CHANCE FOR ALL Men of small oieans can buy rwil estate in Hill's flrat iuuhiu(, LOTS FOR S2. Call at the Aatorl ueai fc-suue Exchange and rat n. lot m uis lrst Addition for 12, JAPANESE CURIOSITIES Win Lee has JuHt received a full line of Japanese curiosities and fancy good.a. in Ben ai cobu oz inircj street, MISCELLANEOUS. HOTEL. Remember MnOnli-p'a H, iei at seaside is open the year around. CALL ON P. BAKER. 47 Thlr Al rnu uate your cioines tLyeq auu ' lenneu. SKWINQ MACHINFS And cftneral lepalring, lock-titting, etc, C. A. May, id& uiuiu Hireeu GEO. McLEAN, corner Olney and As- lor streets, does a general business in wacKsmuning nq repa'rlpg. vti.M 1JN raUTLAND-Call on Ilandley & Haas, 150 First street, ano I sei me uaiiy Astoiian. Visitors need not miss tbeir morning paper while nere. YOUR FRIENDS IN EUROPR If you have friends in Europe whose pas- Mage you wish to prepay to Astoria, I a. iuo inorinwiD facine olilce, mewmer Telephone dock, and make I wiuwn your wants. Reduced fare via in me leaaing steamship lines, ARE YOU GOING BAST? patron ise the Northern Pacific railroad if you are Going East. Low rates of care, larougb tickets. tucan check ed to destination. All purchaser of wcond - class tickets can stop Portland Rates of fare same over at as from ffniana Portland and Astoria, STEAMUH TELEPHONE. Leaves Astoria every eveninv excent Sunday at 7 p. m. Arrives at Astoria everv Aaxr rppnl Sunday at 4 p. in. Ivs port in nd every day except 8unday at 7 a. m. O. W. ST07E. Art. Astorix E. A, Eecley, generaTacent, Portland. BEVERAGES. FINE WINES AND LIQUORS-Call ni August uanlelaon a Sample Rooms. ONLY THE PUREST Wines and liquors are sold at Alex Campbell' A DELICIOUS DRINK. There is no placo in Astoria where John Kodd' famous beer is kept in such eood con 25 dltlon as at Utzlnger'a popular resort. WINES AND BRANDIES. Use Zln fandel wine instead of coffee or tea. Hfiy cents per gallon. Don't forget peacn ana opnect brandy. Also French uognao and wine at Alex Gilbert's. SOCIETY MEETINGS. PILOT COMMISSIONERS The reir. ular meetings of this board will be held on the first Monday of each month at iu a, m., at Uie olilce of Robb & Par Ker. W. L. Robb. Bee. NOTICE The regular meetings nf me Astoria uuiioing and Loan Assoclu tion are held al 8 p. m. on the first Wednesday of each month. Olilce on uenevieve street, south of Chenamus, W. L. ROBB, Secretary. OCEAN ENCAMPMENT No. 13. I. n O. F. Regular meetings of Ocean En campment No. 13. in the Odd Fellows' uullcllng, at 7 p. m.. on the second and fourth Mondays of each month. So. journing brethren cordially In (ted. By oraer C, P, COMMON COUNCIL Remilar meet. ings nrst ana tnira Tuesday evenings of each month at 8 o'clock In city hall. Persons desiring to have matters acted upon by the council at any regular meeting must present the same to tha auditor and clerk on or before the Fri day evening prior to tho Tuesday on which the council holds Its regular meeting. k. OSBURN, Auditor and Police Judge. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. A, SMITH DENTIST. Rooms 1 and 2, Pythian Building, over V. H. Cooper's store. W. C. LOGAN, D. D. S., DENTAL PARLORS, Mansell Block, 573 Third street J. E. LaFORCE, D. D. S. HAS DENTAL PARLORS. in the Flavel building, opposite Occident. FULTON BROS., ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 8, 4, 6, and 6, Odd Fellows' Building, Astoria, Oregon. W. M. LAFORCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office, Rooms 7 and 8, Kinney's build ing. SILAS B. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. .. Office In Flavel's brick building. FRANK J. TAYLOR, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Astoria, Oregon. J. Q. A. BOWLBY, ' ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Office on Second Street, Astoria, Or. DR. O. B. ESTES, PHVS1CIAN AND SURGEON, Special attention to diseases of wom en and surgery. Oilice over Danzlger s store, Astoria. JAY TUTTLE, M. D. PHYSICIAN, BURGEON, AND ACCOUCHEUR. Ofllce, Rooms 3. 4. over Astoria Na tlonal Hank. Hours, 10 to 12 and i to o. Residence, WJ. Cedar street. DR. STRICKLER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Dealer in DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS' SUN. DRIES. 357 Second Street, Astoria. BUSINESS CARDS. WICKMAN, CONTRACTOR. House moving and Btreet clanking. Screws and blocks for rent. Call on or address 2037 Pine street. A. GIBBONS, ADJUSTER OF ACCOUNTS and PROFESSIONAL BOOKKEEPER Office, with General Messenger Co., ol5 Squemoque street. J. II. MANSELL, REAL ESTaTE BROKER, Notary Public. Fire and accident In surance. VV. Yf. PARKER, REAL ESTATB AND INSUR ANCE AGENT. Office. 112 Beaton street, Astoria, Or. I, R. & N. CO$ Steamer Ilwaco. Leaves Astoria dally at 7:30 for Il waco, calling at Tanzy Point, and con necting with railroad running north at 10 a. m., and with boats on Hhoalwater bay for SOUTH BEND, SUNSHINE, NORTH COVE, and other point through to CRAY'S HARBOIC Return ing, coauects at IIwoco with steamers for Antoria. and NIGHT BOATS FOR PORTLAND. JOHN It. COULTER, Secretary. L. A. tXMI8, President, It, V. EGBERT. Superintendent TO SUBSCRIBERS. Those who do not receive their papers regularly and on time shoulrl notify this office. If the papers delivered by carriers are wet or in fc.id car.i'.'Aar.. finn't fall to make complaint at the business olSce. I. W. CASK, Insurance Agent, ., REPKIiSENTINO Tho Following O otTipnniew ( Ormtin-Airwkan, New Yo. k City, N. Union Hre and MArlne, ot Now Zealand. National Hr and Marine liu- "-. Hartrora. . Connectlf ut Hre Ins. Co., o Hartford. Homt Mutual Ins. Co., San rranclKO. New York Plate Glass Ini. Co. Phanljc. of London. Imperial, of London. A. G. SPEXARTH, DEALER IN "Watches, Clocks, Jewelrq, Plated Ware. Fine Kepairine a Specialty. Agent (or Winchester Repeating Fire Arms Company, (Hashburn's Guitars and fflandollns. Largest stock of Fishing Tackle and Bamboo Poles.. I he Uade suppuea. --BARGAINS IN Wheeler & Wilson Sealing Machines.' Kopp's Beer Hall. Choice Wlnts, Liquors and Clears. KENTUCKY WHISKEY Only handed over tha bar, Tha largest glass of N. P. Beer. Half-and-half, jc. Fret Lunch. Erickson & Witkkala, Proprietors, Cor. Concomly and Lafayette Sts, FREEMAN & BREMNER, Blacksmiths. - ' Special attention paid to steamboat re pairing, first-class horseshoeing, etc. LOGGING CAJflP 010RK ft SPECIALTY. 197 Olney street, between Third and and Fourth, Astoria, Or. - THE Astoria Rational Bank TRANSACTS A General Banking Business Accounts of Firms and Individuals solicited on favorable terms. Foreign and Domestic Exchange bought and sold. Money loaned on personal security. Interest paid or. time deDoslts as fol lows: For 3 months, 4 per cent per annum For 6 months. 6 per cent per annui.i For 12 months, 6 per cent per annum A Savings Department. Having been established In connection with the ubove, deposits will be re reived in suiriB of one dollar and up ward. Interest will be allowed as follows: On ordinary savings books, 4 per cent per annum; on term savings books, per ceni per annum. D. K. WARREN, President. J. E. HIGGINS, Cashier. : J. C. DEMENT, Vlce-Prest. D. K. WARREN, J. C. DEMENT, C. a WRIGHT, JOHN HOHSON, H. C THOMPSON, THEO. BRACK ER, Directors. HE ASTORIA SAVIJIGS BfliK Acts as trustee for corporations and individuals. Deposits solicited. Interest will be allowed on savin cs deposits us follows: On ordinary savings books, 4 per cent ptr annum. On term savings books, 6 per cent per nnum. On certificates of deposit: for tnree months, 4 per cent per an i-um. For six months, 5 per cent per annum For twelve months, 6 per cent per annum. Q. A. BOWLBY Vice-President FRANK i'ATTON Casnier DIRECTORS: Q. A. Bowl by, Gust. Holmes, Benj. Young, A. S. Reed. . M.C.CROSBY, Iisai.su m hardware, Iron, Steel, Iron Pipe and fittings, Stoves and Tinware. House Furnishing Goodi, Sheet aud Strip Uad, Tin and Copper, and Sheet Iron Central - Hotel Cor. 3rd and West Ninth Sts. On the European plan. Larce, airy rooms and a first-class restaurant, Board dally, weekly or monthly. Private rooms for families. Oysters an J fish In season. Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. EVENSON&COOK,- Proprietors. Jlorth Paeifie Brecaery JOHN KOPP, Prop. Bohemian Lager Beer And XX PORTER. All orders promptly attended to FISHER BROS., Sfpip Chandlers HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE. Woijonsa Vehiclies In B toe Is Farm Machinery, Paints, Oils. Varnishes, Loggers' Supplies, Falrtmnk s Scales, Doors and Windows. Provistlonss, Flour, end Mill Peed Astoria, Oregon. HUfJTEf &. MERGERS, Proprietor of th Portland Bulchering Cos Markd 1 Corner Becon-l and Betilon streets. Corner Third and West, Klubth streets SEASIDE SnVilILIi. A complete stock of lumber on hanrl In the rouKh or dreewml. Flooring, rus tic, celling, and all kinds of ilnlHh: mouldlnKS snd shingles: also bracket work done to order. Termn rrn,n.,ia and prices at bedrock. All orders promptly attends to. Office and yarA ftt i..!!J. IT. V, T.. 7 ..".... Seaside, Oregon. "