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THE DAILY AST0R1AN, ASTORIA, FRIDAY MOKNING, MARCH 9, 1894. ABOUT THE CITY. A boy baby was bom on Wednesdri to Mrsohn Olaen, of this city. Two Chinese ijarablers were fined $2! rn'-h yesterday In the police court. Mr. Peter J. Shtstad celebrated bin thirty-second rnntversary by passing u round a box of cigars yesterday. Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, Utztn gei's orchestra, will give a grand con cert. The orchestra now consists fourteen pieces, and Is decidedly the best that has ever been In the city. One of the latest charters reported Is that of the Hawaiian bark Mauna Ala, 779 tons, lumber from Puget Sound to Melbourne, Adelaide or Port Plrie; 1 -yiSs 9d chartered by J. J. Moore & Co. In the rlrc-.ilt court yesterday the oase of N. P. Johansen vs. the Clatsop Mill Company was continued until the 11th .Inst., when It was set for trial. After discharging the Jury until today at 9:30 a. m., the, court adjourned. Jim. Rollins and Dick Star were up before Judge Osburn yesterday on a charge cf vagrancy. They wire fined $20 each, or In default, of payment of this sum ordered confined In the city prison for ten days each. Rev. Braekhus must find It rather awkward to pray for some members of the Lutherans, for they are rather skep tical; and It is profcably Just as awkward for the skeptical ones to pray for some good to come out of his work here. V. W. Raymond, of Slclpanon, is dan gerously ill, having been attacked by apoplexy, followed by partial paralysis, a day or two ago. Dr. Walker visited the old gnntleman yesterday and re ports his condition as serious. When a man stops you on the street and offers you a good cigar, or invites you Into a wet-goods store and asks you "What'U you have?" you may know he Is a candidate, or wants to be one. They're always pathetic about this time of the year. Liverpool advices, dated February 14, state that another part of a life-boat belonging to the British ship Afon Cef nl, which sailed from Swansea for San Francisco on January 5, had been pick ed up at the Ligard, and the rate of re Insurance was quoted at 60 t o70 guineas, The populists' county convention will meet tomorrow. The delegates elected at the primary leectlons were as fol lows: First ward, John Mattson, J. P. Scothan and Peter Anderson; second ward, H. A. Meyer, A. Frlcke and Geo. Johnson; third ward, Ole J. Settem and Martin Nelson. The McKlnley club met last night to perfect arrangements for the coming campaign. AH the elements In the local republican party were represented and harmony reigned supreme, The party Is now In a better condition for work than ever before, and many who have not heretofore taken much Interest in poll tics on account of dissatisfaction aris ing from different causes are now show ing a healthy interest in the success of the party. Is the Rutland Herald Bhy of type? Or Is it following the Benseless Btyle of abbreviation set by the Boston Adver tiser? Listen to this: "The public schools will be closed today In honor of the anniversary of the birth of G. Washington," This reminds us of an epitaph on a tombstone In a cemetery at Berne, Albany county, which con cludes: "At rest with J. Christ." It is less profane, though equally as sense ' less, Troy Press. Robert Collyer tells the story of a llttlo girl with a vivid imagination which constantly led her into amazing extravagances regarding thlng3 which she claimed to have seen. One day, af ter an extraordinary exhibition of her Inventive powers, her mother exclaimed In despair:- "Oh, my dear! my dear! my dear! Don't you know that Ananias and Sapphire, fell down dead on account fit thp lies thay told? Pop you remetn bdi that terrible story?'1 "Oh, ys," rc- P)Knded the child, unabashed, "I saw them carried In after they fell down dead!" 'The Old "toomtV by the Stuttz com pany, drew a largo audience last night at Liberty hall, ontwlthstandlng the In clement weather and the fact that the cars were unable to run on account of repairs. However, those who vere un able to attend on that account will be able to do so tonight, as the piece will be repeated. Mr. Stuttz scored a suc cess in the negro character of George Washington Nimrod. Mr. and Mrs. Bejden wsre also afforded splendid op portunities as Mrs. Floyd am osn. Mrs. ptiittz, while in ua unimportant part. filled a vacancy that would have been felt without her, -,The British ship Peterborough, the famous flyer, sailed from Yokohama last Saturday for this port, and will the old gentleman yesterday and re she keeps up her record, she will ar rive in port before the month Is gone. Bays the Oregonian. The ship was here last winter and carried grain to Cork, m;iking the passage In 124 days, but. when she distinguished herself was cn pap Q Portland from Toko, oaraa. m nM ine ru ... degree ot the Kee)ey Lea&ue yeBterdar Pacific in 24 days. This resord-which afternoml the mInbow waa en . was equaled In 1891 by the clipper Ob- cf ther Jt- eron, a vessel, however, built, for speed Jn the empty o g M .p -has never fc;n beaten. On one day ; 03pal apd at h passage the Pettirh..rough mailttlms wp ((the thju ft pof of wafi S'tO n'Hes. The ship Is now in command j ,o ftund at (he of Caot. Murehia. Sh arrived at Tko- th4W ,rni ri,M,.ii nt on, Bp1 ptn hama January 16 153 days fri..u Km : flyr tne p,K. York. ' I They are running yet , POSTAL MATTERS. Supplied With Straps For Securing Bundles CI 1-111 Postmaster Hire yoiwraiy receivou number of new'. hiHhcr straps ior iuu convenience of the carriers in deliver ing mall. Heretofore tne carriers ivc been compelled to use twine in securing the different packages of letters ana papers, arid as each letter or paper taken out of its respective package the carrier Is either compelled to re-fasten the string or run the risk of dropping some of the letters. The department in- tends to stop the using of twine for this purpose in the different offices through- out the country, as the following ex- tract from the Postal Record will show: An investigation recently made by the free-delivery division develops the tie matter could have been easily ar fact that a great quantity of twine is ranged. The real reason, however, for annually consumed by letter carriers in tying up and routing mail for delivery, Reports show that 274,000 poundti of twine were used by letter carriers last year, an average of about 23 pounds per caroler. Inasmuch as the twine used costs 7.3 cents per pound, this rep- resents a yearly outlay of about $20,- 000. "This large expenditure for twine can be dispensed with by furnishing car- riers with straps. A quantity or straps sufficient to supply all carriers with an average of four straps, will cost $5,000. As the life of a strap, considering wear, tsar and loss, may be safely estimated at four years, the cost per annum will be between $1,200 and $1,500. This a mount, as against $20,000 for twine, will show a net saving to the govern- ment of $18,000 to $19,000. "Straps have been used by the car- riers at the Washington city postofflce for a number of years, and it has been demonstrated beyond question that they are a positive convenience, as well as a saver of time. 'On July 1, 1894, every free-delivery offlee should be furnished with a quan- tit y of straps sufficient to amply sup- piy eacn carrier, ana alter mat aace the use of twine by letter carriers be prohibited." An $80 lot for $2. Fresh fish and poultry at Welcome's Market, next to Foard & Stokes . Meany Is the leading tailor and pays me nignesi casn price ror lur stuns, SAILORS' STORIES. Capt. Winchester Speaks About His Re- cent Trip to Victoria. The following letter was received es- terday from Capt. Winchester, of the ship Thermopylae. It will explain it self: Victoria, B. C, March 5, 1894. Editor Daily Astorlan Dear Sir: I received the enclosed extract from The jisLuimu una morning, ii me iieraia will loolr. at what was in the Colonist and what vou published it will see that there was not a thing said about rig- ging. It said some of our new sails were blown away, which was truerU said the clew-iron of the foretop liiain staysail was blown in two (it should have read foretopmast staysail). I re ported that the sailor died of consump tion, as I did not like his friends to know that the actual cause of death was In reality another disease. 1 will also say that no one was' abused on board the ship. The body of the dead ects- Not a,one dl(1 a" tne 0,d mem" sailor wa sewed up In new canvas, bera attend, but 25 new ones were elect such as all that die at sea are burled ed and tne society is now in even a In. The ship also arrived on Monday, more flourishing condition than before at 11 a. m. If the Herald publishes Mr, Braekhus' advent in this city, sailor?' stories that are not true, it will Tne Program was as follows: Short have a libel case to fight. Please pub- address by L .Nlssen; recitation. Miss llsh these facts in your pert issue and ol& Wilburg; vocal solo, Ludwlg oblige, yours truly, Christensen; music, Uppertown Trouba J. R. WINCHESTER. dours, who discoursed a beautiful selec- Uon, and who have on several occasions The extract mentioned was one from kindly volunteered to assist In making The Astorlan, In which it was shown thp meetings successful; paper, A. that the article to which the sailors Thompson: recitation, Miss Willis;. reel took exception was taken from the Col- flon, A. Stangeland; music, Upper onist and duly credited to that paper. town Troubadours; reading, C. Knute- There la no risk taken by Joining sen; debate on the subject, "Resolved, Hill's lot clubs. Everybody gets the That short engagements are better than full value of their money. St-e-e-dman's Soothing Powders suc cessfully used for children, during the teething period, for over fifty years. "STAGE-STRUCK." A Cure Wanted Foy a Girl of a Roman tc Turn of Mind, Astoria, March 8, 1894. .uir.or Astonan: What shall I do wiiu my uaugmerr sne is stage-struck and is practicing smlrklntr nnrt rntpr. wauling befpre a glass all the time, pr ! wiuum reciting pieces that no one want to hear. One day she wain ia ij a great emotional actress, and the next she has designs on comic opera. MRS. (The question Is a difficult one. In the absence of information as to the young lady g age, disposition, etc. One method that suggests itself is to have some of her young gentlemen friends talk her out of the Idea of becoming an actress or. if she is of too tender an ago, hr susceptibilities may be appealed to by a vigorous application of a slipper.Ed.) All the patent medicines nrlvertlsorl In this papsr, together with the choic est perfumery, and toilet articles, etc.. can be bought at the lowest prices at J. W. Conn' drug store, opposite Oc cident Hotel, Aitorla. Don't go to Portland to buy your tickets for the "Old Country" and the East when you can get them for the same price at the Union Pacific office In this city, and thereby save your lo cal fare to Portland. THEY BELIEVE IT STILL. While & COUnli of T.nrii'llar ur..pa yu.et.'y exct,apgVpg the gfip of the third THE PIPE-LIN12. Dick Marion Cannot Be Regarded As An Obstructionist. Knfi-.Hr,., r,r K - ,t a coinnusstcn t csacura ths right-of-way ior me nponnc fj Bear Creek. II. R - Marlon yesterday stated to an Astoriun .qirtntmauve mat on account of the commission having Instituted proceed lngs to have the right-of-way condemn is ed through the timber land which is owned by Charles Wright and himself, an Impression had gone abroad that he was obstructing the work. This Mr. Marion denies, and explains that the only difference that existed between the commission and himself as to the value or tne Umber which would be cut down in building the road, together with the land itself, was $100, and that that lit- the Institution of suit lay in the fact that the interest which he represents In the land is held in trust for the bene- nt of his minor children, and Mr. Bowl by had decided that the courts would have to be appealed to before any trans- fer could be made of the required strip. "No one," said Mr. Marion, "would more gladly see the work begun than myself, and I have instructed my law- yer, Judge Taylor, to take no steps to prevent a settlement of the case. I know that the expenditure of the monev in the hands of the commission will do a great deal of good In this city and the sooner lb is disbursed the better pleased I'll be." The commissioners have shown a dis- position to treat all the land owners along the rote with fairness, and It is safe to assume that the courts will not allow any more compensation than has already been offered those from wrom deeds for the right-of-way have been asked, When a given quantity of timber Is cut off a claim, the decrease in vni.m of the remainder is not measured ex- actly by the proportion that has been removed, for the reason that a logging road, once built, can be used fnr tho hauling of millions of feet, Just as readily as It cn for bringing a few hun dred thousand feet to the water. This point has been raised by the owners of land, but due allowance for all cnnsM- eratlons has been made by the commls sion, ana, as above stated If suits are brought, they will inevitably result in the defendants getting less compensa- tion than that which they are offered. and in addition, their loss will also be increased by the amount of their at torney's fees. For J2. a lot Is deliverer! AV0FV nraAlr to the buyer in Hill's First addition. Lovers of a good cigar can always find mild, fresh Belmonts at Chas. Ol- can's If YOU Want a first rlnsa nhntn can on urow, the Photographer, 638 xmru street. 1HW yCIJtx MINERVA An Enthusiastic Meeting at Kearney Hall Last Evening. Kearney's hall was packed to the doors last evening by an enthusiastic audience, the occasion being the first meeting of the Scandinavian Young PeoP'e's Society Minerva since the out raeTeous attacks of the "Inspired" Braekhus upon It and Its alms and ob- long' ones." The leaders of the debate on the side of short engagements ad vanced the sounder reasons, and were declared victorious. The next meeting will be held in Kearney's hall ot next Wednesday evening, for which occasion a splendid program has been prepared. On account of repairing, the street cars will not, run from 7:30 Thursday evening until 4 o'clock Friday after noon. THE UNION GOSPEL MEETINGS. Every seat In the Y. M. C. A. hall was occupied. Ia3t night by those who came to hear Evangelist Ford. Mr. Ford's text was: "Let the wicked forsake his way," Isaiah lv, 7. He preached a most eloquent and forcible eermop on social purity, and admonished hjs audience, especially the Christians, to extend a sympathizing and helping hand to the fallen apd lost, "The pitiful story of some who are in our own city," he said, "the victim of the hard times, would melt the hardest heart. Many who are now following a life of sin have been well brought up; some show evidences of r,ulture and refinement, but are living tiius, because they have no other means of subsistence, and there are vampires who take advantage of their condition. Others have learned their first lessons In the bon-ton homes, where they were taught the fashion able but Innocent airiujments. ' The BPi'mr appealed to the Christians to vote as they pray, and to the wives and sisters to plead with their husbands and brothers to vote aright, and In due time close up the oV.n of Iniquity and resciia th? perishing. Rv. Matkay, of Ilwaco, and Dr. Bu3hong. of this city, aln made a few pungent remark. Tu Congregational church choir fur- niched excellent imik- f-.r 1',- hiiIi,. Services bgin tonight at 7;30. PERSONAL. E. W. Murphy, of Portland, is in the clly. P. J. McGowan, of Chinook, is in the city. , Mr. and Mrs. II. V.'isc, of Ilwaco. arc in town. J. L. Stout, of Sea View, Wash., is n guest nt tho Occident. James F. Stevens, of San Francisco, ls a guest at the Occident. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Megler came down from Brookfleld yesterday. Ben C. Irwin,' of the book manufuc turlng concern of Ben C. Irwin & Co. of Portland, Is In town. Fresh Deep-Sea Fish Daily at thf. Astoria Fish Market, 118 Olney street Hill's First addition is located In the centre of the city. Lots are now Belling hi ti ior tz. II. Ekstrom has fixed his prices for jewelry to suit the times, and the latest novelties can bo secured at the cost of material used in the manufacture. UPHOLDING THE FAITH. Sunday School Teacher Tommy, was shocked to hear you swearing so dreadfully at that strange boy as I came In, Tommy-I couldn't help it. ma'am. He was making fun of ou kind of religion. Chicago Tribune. EXTENDED SYMPATHY. "Do unto others as vou would have others do unto vou." la symnathetinallv "hown in the following lines, the pre- sumptlon being that sympathy Is born, or akin to pain or sorrow: Gentlemen: Please sena Krause s Headache Capsules ns follows: Two boxes to Flora Seay, Havanna,-N. Dak. Two boxes to Lillle Wilcox, Brookland, N. Dak. I have always been a great sufferer from headache and your Cap sules are the only thing that relieves me." Yours very truly, FLORA SEAT, Havana, N. Dak. For sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria. Or., Sole Agent. BOARD AND LODGING. FIRST CLASS BOARD With Tr without rooms, at reasonable rates. Ap ply at E. C. Holden's, corner Main and Jefferson. LOST. LOST On evening of 7th Inst., be tween drug store of Th. Olsen and cor ner Wall and West Ninth streets, a black cape to gent's mackintosh. The finder will please leave at this office and receive many thanks from the owner. LOST A city warrant for $15. Vhe number Is 6,648, and the warrant was indorsed on November 9. lander will please return to Fred: Sherman. LOST A black clasp purBe, contain ing a sum of money. Kinder will please leave at this office. WANTED. WANTED A Well located city lot. Must be a bargain. Owners only. Ad dress P. O. Box 9'J5, Portland, Ore. $5.00 TO $15.00 PER DAY at home selling Lightning Plater and plating jewelry, watches, tableware, etc. Every house has goods needing plating. No experience; no capital; no talking. Some agents are making $25 a day. Perma nent position. Address H. K. Delno & Co., Columbus, Ohio. AGENTS Makes $5.00 a day. Great est kitchen u tonsil ever Invented. Re tails 35cta. 2 to 6 sold in every house. Samp e, postage paid, five cents. For- shee & McMakin, Cincinnati!, O. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Daniel H. Jory's house and two lots, in block 56, Adair's As toria. Inquire on premises, or of Ed ward Adams, on block 58. ' CHANCE FOR ALL Men of small means can buy real estate in Hill's first addition. . LOTS FOR $2. Call at the Astoria Real Estate Exchange and get a lot in Hiirs First Addition for $2. JAPANESE CURIOSITIES Wlmr Lee has just received a full line of Japanese curiosities and fancy goods. win sell at coat. 629 Third street. MISCELLANEOUS. MONEY TO LEND On Rood Inside real estate. Address Room 709, Cham, ber of Commerce, Portland, Oregon. HOTEL. Remember McGulre's Ho tel at beaslue is open the year around. CALL JON P. BAKER. 478 Third St.. anu nave your Ciotnes dved and cleaned. SEWING MACHINES And general repairing, lock-fitting, etc. C. A. May, loi luuiu sireet. GEO. McLEAN, corner Olney and As- lor streets, does a general business in blacksmllhlnir and repairing. vviic.N gzt i-uii j.l.AaNL uau on Handiey & Haas, l.r0 First street and get the Daily Astorlan. Visitors need not miss their morning paper while there. YOUR FRIENDS IN EUROPE. If you have friends in Europe whose pas sage you wish to prepay to Astoria, call at the Northern Pacific office, steamer Telephone dock, and make known your wants. Reduced fare via ill the leading steamship lines. ARE YOU GOING EAST? Patron ize the Northern Paclflo railroad U you are Oolng East. lW rates of fare, through ticket, baggage check ed to d&'.inatlon. All purchasers of second--cUiig tickets can stop over at Portland. Rates of fare same as from Portland. Portland and -Astoria. STEAMER TELEPHONE. Lpav.s Astoria every evening except Sunday at 7 .p. m. Arrives at Astoria every day except Sunday at 4 p. m. leaves Portland every day except Sunday at 7 a. m. E. A. Seeley, general agent, Portland. BEVERAGES, FINE WINES AND LIQUORS-Call at August Danielson a Sample Rooms, ONLY THIS PUREST Wines uud liquors are sold at Alex Campbell's (Jem. A DELICIOUS DRINK. There is no place In Astoria where John Kopp's Curious beer is kept In such coed con dition as at Uuingers popular resort. WINES AND BRANDIES. Use Zln- fandel wine Instead of coffee or tea. Fifty cents per gallon. Don't forget peach and apricot brandy. Also French Cognac ana wine at Alex Gilbert s. SOCIETY; MEETINGS. PILOT COMMISSIONER!-Tho reg ular meetings ol this board will be held on th9 first Monday of each month at 10 a. m., at the olllce of Robb & Par- eFi W. L. Robb, Sec NOTICE The regular meetings of the Astoria Building and Loan Associa tion are held at 8 p. m. on the first Wednesday of each month. Olllce on Genevieve street, south of Chenamus. W. I ROBB, Secretary. OCEAN ENCAMPMENT No. 13. 1. O. O. P. Regular meetings of Ocean En campment No. 13, tn the Odd Fellows' Building, at 7 p. in., on the second and fourth Mondays of each month. Ho- Jc"rnl"& rethren dlally lnited COMMON COUNCIL-Regular meet lngs first and third 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 the auditor and clerk on or before the Frl- day evening prior to the Tuesday on which the council holds its regular meeting. K. OSBUKN, Auditor and Police Judge. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. A. SMITH DENTIST. Rooms 1 and 2, Pythian Building, over C. H. Cooper's store. W. C. LOGAN, D. D. S., DENTAL PARLORS. Mansell Block, 673 Third street J. E. La FORCE, D. D. S. HAS DENTAL PARLORS. in the Flavel building, opposite Occident. FULTON BROS., ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 3, 4, 6, and 6, Odd Fellows' Building, Astoria, Oregon. W. M. LAFORCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office, Rooms 7 and 8, Kinney's build lng. SILAS B. SMITH. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Flavel'a 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, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Special attention to diseases of wom en and surgery. Office over Danzlgers store, Astoria. JAY TUTTLE, M. D. ' PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, AND ACCOUCHEUR. Office, Rooms 3, 4, over Astoria Na tional Bank. Hours, 10 to 13 and 8 to 6. Residence, 639, Cedar street. DR. STRICKLER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Dealer In DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS' SUN DRIES. 357 Second Street, Astoria. BUSINESS CARDS. P. WICKMAN. CONTRACTOR. Houso moving and street Dlanklng. 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.. 615 Squemog.ua street J. II. MANSELL, REAL ESTATE BROKER. Notary Public. Fire and accident In surance. W. W. PARKER, REAL ESTATE AND INSUR-, ANCE AGENT. Office, 112 Beaton street, Astoria, Or. I. R. & N. CO.'s Steamer Ilwaco. Leaves Astoria dally at 7:30 for Il waco, calling at Tanzy Point, and con necting with railroad running north at 1U a. in., and with boats on Shoalwater bay for SOUTH BEND, SUNSHINE, NORTH COVE, and other points through to GRAY'S HARBOR. Return ing, connects at Ilwaco with steamers for AstotlH, and NIGHT. BOATS FOR PORTLAND. JOHN It. COULTER, Secretary. L. A. LOOMIS, President R. V. EGBERT, Superintendent TO SUBSCRIBERS. Those who do not receive their papers regularly swl on time should notify fills office. If pTrs) dc-llvorod by carriers) are wet or in bad conunion, (tou t luii to make complaint at the buitlness olllce. I. W. CASE, Insurance Agent, RHPRSSCNTINO Tho Following Cotnpoalea i German-American, New York City. N. Y. Union Fire and Marine, of New Zealand. Njtional Fire and Marina Ins. Cv . "I Hartford. Connecticut hire las. Co..l Hut J. H. H.-irac Mutual Ins. Co., San Fnn;ls:. Nr York Plate tilass Ins. C:-. Phoenix, of London, Imperial, of London. V- A. O. SPEXARTH, - HEALER IN Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Plated Ware. Fine Repairing a Specialty. . Agent for Winchester Repeating Fire Arms Company, Olgshbarn's Guitars and mandolins. Largest stock of Fishing Tackle and bamboo Poles. Ihe 1 rade buppnea. --BARGAINS IN Wheeler & Wilson Sealing JVIashines. Kopp'a Beer Hall. Choice Wines, Liquors and Clears. KENTUCKY WHISKEY Only handed over (he bar. The largest glass of N. P. Beer. Half-and-half, sc. Free Lunch. Erickson &WirkkaIa, Proprietors, Cor. Concomly and Lafayette Sis. FREEMAN & BREMNER, Uluclcmltlia. Special attention paid to steamboat re pairing, first-class horseshoeing, etc. LOGGING CAHP (OOlft A 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 Domestlo Exchange bought and sold. Money loaned on personal security. Interest paid ot; time deposits as fol lows: For 3 months, 4 per cent per annum For 6 months, 5 per cent per annum For 12 months, 6 per cent per annum A Savings Departrrient. Having been established In connection with the above, deposits will be re ceived In sums of one dollar and up ward. Interest will be allowed as follows: On ordinary savings bookB, 4 per cent per annum; on term savings books, 6. per cent per annum. D. K. WARREN, President. J. E. HIUGINS, Cashier. J. C. DEMENT, Vlce-Prest. D. K. WARREN, J..C. DEMENT, , : , C. S. WRIGHT, ' . JOHN HOBSON, H. C THOMPSON, THEO. BRACKER, Directors. THE flSTORm SAVINGS BflHK Acts as trustee for corporations and individuals. Deposits solicited. Interest will be allowed on savings deposits as follows: v On ordinary savings books, 4 per cent ptr annum. . On term savings books, G per cent per annum. On certificates of 'deposit: For three months, 4 per cent per an l.um. For six months, E per cent per annum For twelve months, 6 per cent per annum. J. Q. A. BOWLBY ....President BENJ. YOUNG Vice President FRANK PATTON Cashier W. a DEMENT Secretary DIRECTORS. J. Q. A. Bowlby, C. H. Page, G. A. Nelson, Ben J. Young, A. S. Reed. D. P. Thompson, W. E. Dement. M.C.CROSBY, - Dealer in hardware, Iron, Steel, Iron Pipe and Fittings, Stoves and Tinware. House Furnishing Goods, Sheet aud Strip Ld, Tin and Copper, and Sheet Iron Central Hotel Cor. jrd and West Ninth Sti. On the European plan. Lam, alrv roomt and a first-class restaurant, Board dally, weekly or monthly. Private rooms for families. Oysters and fish In season. Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. EVENSON 4 COOK, Proprietors. Ilorth Pacific Brewery JOHN KOPP.Prop. Bohemian Lager Beer And XX PORTER. All orders promptly attended to FISHER BROS., Sfyip Chandlers HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE. Wauonait Vehicties In Btoclc Farm Machinery, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Loggers' Supplies, Falrbank's Scales, Doors and Windows. Frovilona, Flour, and Milt Feed . Astoria, Oregon. HUNTER &. MERGERS, Proprietor!, of tile Portland Butchering Gbs kkh Corner Second and Benton streets. Corner Third and West Eighth streets SEASIDE SlWjllLIi. A complete stock of lumber on hand In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rus tic, celling, and all kinds ot linMi; mouldings and shingles; u;:.a Lidikti. work dune to ordrr. Terms reasonnMo and prices nt bedrock. All cr ,; promptly Bttenil! tn. Hfiiv nn.i at mm. ii. v. I,. LutjAiN, iTop r. Seaside, Oregon, !