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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, SATURDAY MORNINfl. MARCH 10, 1804.
ABOUT JTIIE CITY. Taxes nre coming In fairly well at the olllee of the sheriff. A daughter was born yesterday to the wife of S. Lapaduro. The steamer Truckee went down to Fort Stevens yesterday, but did not cross out. It Is rumored that two companies of soldiers will shortly ' be stat4oned at Fort Stevens. Rev. Allan Maekay will conduct ser vices In the Presbyterian church tomor row, morning and evening. The streets received a much-needed cleaning yesterday, and now present a decidedly Improved appearance. The r.rlllsh bark Highland Home, hence with grain, was spoken Decern 1mt 10, In latitude 13.03 north, longitude 25.C7 west. A republican club will be organized at Warrentown on Tuesday evening. A delegation will go over from the Mc- Klnley club of this city. Today Is the last day In which to pay water rates. The water will be turned off promptly from the houses of those who are delinquent tomorrow. The British bark Marion Crosbie, whk'h recently arrived at this port, was chartered at 1 13s 9J, to carry wheat to United Kingdom, Havre, Antwerp or Dunkirk. All the Intending participants In the coming athletic and gymnastic exhibi tion of the Astoria Football club are re quested to be present at the gymnasium this evening. Services at the Congregational church as usual. Morning subject: "Giving as an Act of Worship." Evening subject: "The Marvels of Jesus." The Y. P. S. C. E. meets at 6:30 r m. Qulnlln lodge of Elks will give a m cl.xl session on the 27th lnst., when the new officers will be elected. A number of the brethren from Portland will he present, and a grand time Is assured. Revival services on Sunday at Y. M. C. A. hall. An Interesting service at 3:30 p. m. At 7:30 p. m. ft special ser vice for the non-church going people of Astoria, all of whom, are cordially invited. A fisherman stated to an Astorlan re porter yesterday that salmon were be ing caught for the local market, and re marked that the Fishermen's union should take steps to have the offenders punished. Among the latest charters reported on the coast are the bark Charles B. Ken ny, 1,073 tons, and the ship Levi G. Bur gess, 1,536 tons, both of which will take cannery supplies to Alaska for the Alaska Packers' Association. The Clatsop Mill Company are cutting a good deal of clear spruce at present, for shipment to New York, where it is planed and'sold for shelving and other such purposes. When dressed, this class of lumber brings, It Is said, $55 per thousand. Methodist Episcopal church, at 11 a. m sermon by Dr. Bushong. Subject: "Gather up the Pieces." At G:30 p. m., Evangelist Ford will conduct a "Pente costal service." At 7:30 p. in., Bermon by the pastor. Subject, by request: "The Devil Who Made Him? His Two Greatest Lies." Let all who can attend the 6:30 service. Another large crowd filled the Y. M. C. A. hall last night to hear Evangelist Ford. The large audiences that listen to Mr. Ford from night to night are growing more interested and enthusias tic. Several have turned from their former ways and have resolved to live bettor live. The meeting tonight, be gins at 7:30. Everybody is cordially In vited. A dead cow was found yesterday in a .vacant building in Alderbrook where the populist meetings have recently been held. An Uppertown man remark ed, In speaking of the affair, that per haps the animal grew despondent over the prospects of a scarcity of grass when the farmers plow all their pas ture lands so as to raise wheat to sell at $1 a bushel. The entire program for the high school sociable at Odd Fellows' hall this evening will be furnished by the girls of the school. The boys will have their turn later. The object of the affair, as previously seated, la to obtain sufficient money U Py ior 4tie Plano' and al1 friends cf education will doubtless be present. The admission will be 25 centa, Including refreshments, and children under 13 w!l be charged 15 cents, The pn.grcm will tpgin promptly at 8 o'clock, V. T. Beveridge, of this city, yester day received the sad news of the death of hl3 youngest brother, Henry Hurl burt Beveridge, at the Mare Island navy yard, on the night cf the 7th Inst. The deceased was in the navy, and al though but 26 years old, had given prominence of rising to eminence in the service. He was considered unusually I bright for his years, and his taking . away just at the beginning of his career i is' much regretted by all who knew him.j yVn Wii-,r of death has not yet been! Itfarned. The Stuttz "company wr gr ted by' nriother good house last night to wit- neos "The Old Home." It will be re- peated today for the matinee, also for this evening's performance, for the last time. Tomorrow night "Uncle Josh" j Will receive ta first production. Both ineso pieces are'- brimful of convdy. j "Uncle Josh" particularly so. Mr. Stntta continues to da all that Is pos-j Bible to give the citizens meritorious; Dcrformances, and is deserving of lib eral support, especially from those who desire to advance legitimate and moral amusement. An $80 lot for 2. Fresh fish and poultry at Welcome Market, next to Foard & Stokes'. Meany is the leading tailor and pays the highest casn price ur iu nun THE RAILROAD SITUATION. The Young's Bay Bridge Question Sat' Isfactorily Settled. The Young's Bay bridge question has been settled at last, and that hindrance to the completion of the Seaside road into this city has been finally removed, The news reached this city yesterday, and the cause of the delay is fully and satisfactorily explained in tlri following dispatch: Washington, March 9, 1894. Hon. Alfred Kinney, M. D., Mayor of Astoria, Ore.: Everything all right. Dunlieate license papers being prepared In the department authorizing the hrlilire. Will be forwarded in a few days for execution by the company Delay caused by the secretary's ab sence. JOHN H. MITCHELL. The subsidy committee are now awaiting news from Messrs. Baxter and Dickinson that they are ready to sign the contract. There have been disquiet lng rumors afloat for the past few days about the status of the railroad situa tion, but the subsidy committee are satisfied that work will be begun in the course of a few weeka by some one or other of the parties who have expressed themselves as willing to accept the magnificent subsidy offered. The Stanton party have not yet been heard from, as far as any proposition is concerned, but they have been lnqulr lng into the value of the subsidy, and are apparently willing to enter Into con tract if an opportunity is furnished. Some more of the members of the risht-of-way committee returned home last evening, and report satisfactory progress. For $2, a lot is delivered 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 If you want a first class photograph, call on Crow, the Photographer, 638 Third street. THE CIRCUIT COURT. The Wallman-Bracker Case Draws Large Attendance. Judge McBrideconvened court yester day at 9:3n, and proceeded with the case of Frame & Stowell vs. Charles F Sliter. Plaintiffs declining to further amend their complaint, the court dls missed the case and ordered the costs assessed to them. The case of Fremont Cobb vs. Eri Beebe et al. was referred to W. S. Newberry, of Portland, to take testl mony. The case of Eva Wallman vs. Theo dore Bracker, for damages In the mod est sum of $25,000 for breach of promise of marriage, was then called, and the following Jurors sworn: J. P. Eberman, A. J. Hill, Angus- Gor, E. P. Noonan, George Voss, E. B. Stoner, Frank S. Damant, Gust. Holmes, M. Sharpe, John Burke, W. H. Bain and J. P. Morse. The plaintiff was on the Btand for three hours, and the examination and cross-examination developed some high ly interesting facts. When the defend ant was on the stand a question by Mr. Winton, who represented Mrs. Wall man, as to the amount of property owned by Mr. Bracker, was objected to hy Fulton Bros., and resulted in an ex tended argument. The question was finally allowed by the court. Through out the day the court room was crowd ed with an expectant audience, and the Interest never waned until court ad journed. AH the patent medicines advertised In this paper, together with the choic est perfumery, and toilet articles, etc., can be bought at the lowest prices at J. W. Conn's drug store, opposite Oc cident Hotel, Ai.toria, 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. ' SEASIDE. NEWS. Usual Weekly Meeting of Debating Club. The the The Aatorlan's Seaside correspondent sends the following: i Seaside, March 9, 1894. Editor of The Astorian: The Seaside Debating club met last Saturday, when the election of officers took place. Mr. G. M. Rowe was elected president by acclamation, The question debated was: "Resolved. That Nature Is more beautiful than art." Mrs, Philo Eberman and W. R. Steele led the debate for Nature, and Mrs, E, M. Grimes and Prof. Case ar gued in favor of art. The judges de cided in favor of the latter. The program, was jn excellent one, as follows: Dialogue, "The Paper Don't Say," by Mr, and Mra Case; song, Buck Stanley, "The Watermelon Smiling on the Vine;" solo, Miss Rosa Luce; vocal duet, Mabel McGulre and Nellie Eber man, "Undthe Willow She's Weep ing;" "Chinese Punishment," in one act, Fred. Optiz, W. Eberman, Joe Coffman; reading, F. D. Coffman, "How a MarT ried Lady Goes to Sleep-' song, H. Eralller; music. Prof. Grimes and Eber man; dialogue, "?wq Italian Girls," Mabel Steabb and Ada Coffman; recita tion, Toopy Eberman; "Shadow Polka," Edith Steele, Mabel Steabb, June Stan- ley. Nellie Eberman; solo, Alice Steele, The committee on program for next Saturday's meeting will be: Mrs. E. M. Grime3, Prof. Case, L. D. Coffman. -The question for debate wli be; "Resolved. That there lsfcvre danger In sawmills than on railroads." A pleasant surprise party was given Mr. and Mrs. Case Monday evening last at Seaside. VIDI. THAT FORFEITURE CASE. Opinion That the Northern Is Endenv orlng to Conceal the Full Import of the Decision. The opinion was expressed la this city yesterday by a gentleman interests ed in the recent decision of the supreme court of the United States In the North ern Pacific land grant forfeiture case, that an effort Is being made by the Northern to suppress the news of the decision, or at least Its importance. It will be remembered that the lirat d.s patch from Washington stated that the lands involved In the suit were situated between Taconia and Portland. Tti sec ond reference to the matter had its source in an interview with Paul Schulze, assistant general manager of the Northern Pacific Land Company, in which he denied the statement that the validity of the grant between Tacoma and Portland was In any way affected. Mr. Schulze then went on to say: "The question involved was whether the grant of the Northern Pacific Com pany for Its Pacific division was of prior date to that to the Oregon Central Railroad Company, and the lands in this state involved in this decision are confined to a narrow strip along the Columbia river In Clark, Cowlitz and Wahkiakum counties that is, lying within the overlapping limits of the grants to the Northern Pacific Railroad Company and the Oregon Central Rail road Company. Incidentally the title to some other tracts will be affected by this decision, but only In so far as the decision will fix a date when the North ern Pacific grant took effect. For the information of those who think the company has no grant between Tacoma and Portland, I may state that we re cently received patents for 85,000 acres of land in the indemnity limits of the Pacific division, and for 147,000 acres within the place limits between Tacoma and Kalama." According to the Northern Pacific map the "narrow Btrlp" referred to ex tends from Gray's Boy to a point a short distance above Kalama, and Is of about six miles In width. Every other section of this was claimed by the Northern. There are hundreds of set tlers on it, and all of those who got their titlt s from the Northern will be forced to bring suit for the recovery of the money paid for the land. Many of the settlers have nothing in the world but the land they occupy, and the decision Is of the utmost importance to them. There ia no risk taken by Jolnine Hill's lot clubs. Everybody gets the lull value of their money. St-e-e-dman's Soothing Powders sue cessfully used for children, during the teething period, for, over fifty years. THE ATHLETIC TOURNAMENT. The Football Boys Easing Up In Their Training Probable Winners. The preparations for the coming athlet ic and gymnastic events to be given by the Astoria Football club Tuesday even ing next are almost complete, and the Intending competitors ceased the more arduous part of their training and are now confining their exercise to light work. The handicaps have given pretty general satisfaction, although some dark horses" among the club's mem bers have, it is asserted, stolen a march on the handlcapper. Considerable spec ulation Is Indulged in aa to the probable winners, and the knowing ones assert that the handicap men have just a shade the best of It. All, however, are determined to do their best, and close finishes are expected. In the first heat of the 25-yard dash are McCue (1 1-2 yards), D, McLean (1 ard), Hellborn (1 1-2 yards) and Cleve land (1 yard). For this heat Hellborn and McLean should either run a dead heat, or finish very close in the order named. In the second heat but three contest ants are likely to appear. It should be won by Gunn, from the one-yard mark, with Sovey (1 1-2 yards) second. The, third heat will prove a pretty one, and the result will be determined at the crack of the pistol. Wright, with a yard concession, and Tallant and R. Carruthers at scratch, are the contest ants. Carruthers may win, but not by more than a few inches. The fourth heat has Higglns (1-2 yard), Rathom, Johnson atKl Hansen (1 yard each), The chances are slightly In favor of Hansen, with Higglns crowd ing htm. The obstacle race should be won by McCue. In the high-jumping contest the win ner should be Bennett (6 Inches), if he competes. If not, Wright (2 inches) should capture the event. If pressed, it is thought the professor, who Is a firm believer In the doctrine of a sound mind In a sound body, will clear the bar at a point between five feet six Inches and Blx feet The one-mile flat race will test the abilities of the scratch men to the ut most. Hellborn and D. 'McLean, with 180 yards each, ought to finish first and second, with Tallant not more than a few yards away. George Cherry, with a concession of 90 yards, ought to defeat his field in the walking match, with R. Carruthers a close second-. On account of the length of the pro gram H will be necessary to- begin at 7:45 sharp. Japanese novelties and fancy dry good-4, can be had at half price, at the store of Wing Lee, next to Olsen's cigar store. nisen has 29 brands of clear Havana cigars epd he will give you a better ci gar for 10 cents than you can get for 15 cents at any other place. 627 Third street. Sunday efternorm, at 3 o'clock, Utzin ger" orchestra will give a grand con cert. The orchestra now consists of fourteen pieces, and is decided ly the U-st that has ever been in the ciiy. PERSONAL. J. V, illy. J. A Cook, of Portland, is in the McKinnon, of Portland, is In town. Ex-Auditor Jewett Is up from Sea side on a visit. Mr. and Mrs. W. Dahlgren, of Port land, are in town. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Whltcomb, of Portland, are in the city. Miss Williamson and Mrs. Tolman, of Ilwaco, are guests at the Occident. W. H. Coats, of Detroit, Mich., was among the arrivals In town yesterday. Paymaster F. M. Coxe, U. S. A., ac- comitfinied by E. A. Pain er, were in the city yesterday, en route to Fort Can by. Fresh Deep'-Sea Fish Daily at tlif Astoria Fish Market, 118 Olney sireet. Hill's First addition Is located in the centre of the city. Lots are now selling in it for $2. H. EUstrom has fixed his prices for jewelry to suit the times, and the latest novelties can be secured at the cost of material used in the manufacture. Anything In the line of gents' furn ishing goods, in the newest styles, can be had from P. A. Stokes & Co. during the present month, at prices never be fore equalled. Ladles' writing desks, rocking trail s, and dining choirs, suitable for Christ mas presents, at G. V. Porter s, Second street. Handsome crayon portraits with $25 purchases. SMOKE! SMOKE! SMOKE- SMOKE If you want any thing good to smoke, Key West, imported, or domestic, you must go to Chas. Olsen. CHANGE OF ADDRESS. Mrs. Christine Nlssen, Teacher of the Piano and Organ, has removed to the house of Mr. M. Lar- sen Berrlnn, W. Fifth street, at the back of Scow Bay Foundry, and oppo site the Finn church. CHANGE OF ADDRESS. Rev. L. Nlssen, Scandinavian, German and English Lutheran Pastor, has re moved to the house of Mr. M. Larsen Berrlnn, W. Fifth street, at the back of Scow Bay Foundry, opposite the J) inn church. FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has Deen used ror children teething. It Bootnes tne cmid, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind cholio, and Is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Sold by all drug gists throughout the world. BOARD AND LODGING. FIRST CLASS BOARD With or without rooms, at reasonable rates. Ap Ply at E. C. Holden's, corner Main and Jerrerson. LOST. LOST A city warrant for $15. The number is 6,648, and the warrant was indorsed on November 9. Finder will please return to Fred. Sherman. WANTED. . $5.00 TO $15.00 PER DAY at home selling Lightning Plater and plating jewelry, watchea, 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 utensil ever invented. Re tails 35cts. 2 to 6 sold in every house Samp e, postage paid, five cents. For- shee & McMakin, Clncinnatti, O. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Daniel H. Jory's house and two lots, in block 66, Adair's As toria, Inquire on premises, jor of Ed ward Adams, on block 58. CHANCE FOR ALL Men of small means can buy real estate in Hill's lirBt addition. LOTS FOR $2. Call at the Astoria Real Estate Exchange and get a lot In Hill's First Addition for $2. JAPANESE CURIOSITIES Wing Lee has just received a full line ot Japanese curiosities and fancy goods. win sen at cost, tz Third street. MISCELLANEOUS. HOTPJL. Remember McGuire's Ho tel at Seaside is open the year around. CALL ON P. BAKER. 478 Third St and have your clothes dyed and cleaned. SEWING MACHINES And general (pairing, lock-fitting, etc. C. A. May, lu4 Main street. GEO. McLEAN, corner Olney and As- lor streets, does a general buiiiness in blacksndthing and repairing. WHEN IN POItTLAND-Call on Hundley & Haas, 150 First street: and get the Daily Astorlan. Visitors need not miss their morning paper while there. YOUR FRIENDS IN EUROPE. 11 you have friends in Europe whose pas sage you wish to prepay to Astoria, call at the Northern Pacific ollice, steamer Telephone dock, and make Kiiowu your wauls. Reduced fare via ill the leading steamship lines. ARE YOU GOING EAST? - Patron ize the Northern Pacific railroad 1( you are Going East. Low rates ol fare, through tickets, baggage check ed to destination. All purchasers of second-class tickets can stop over at Portland Rates of fare same as from Portland. ' Portland and Astoria. STEAMER TELEPHONE. Leaves 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. o C. W. STONE, Agt, Astoria, BEVERAGES. FINE WINES AND LIQUORS-Call at August Danielson 8 Sample Rooms. ONLY THE PUREST Wines and liquors are sold at Alex Campbell'fc Uem. , A DELICIOUS DRINK. There Is no place in Astoria where John Kopp's famous beer is kept in such good con dition aa at Utzlnger'8 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 Cognao and wine at Alex Gilbert a. SOCIETY MEETINGS. PILOT COMMISSIONER. The -eg- ular meetings of this board will be held on the first Monday of each month at 10 a. ni., at the oltlce of Kobb & Par ker. W. Lu Kobb. 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. Ollice on Genevieve street, south of Chenamus. W. L. ROBB, Secretary. OCEAN ENCAMPMENT No. 13, 1. O. O. F. Regular rrjeetlngs of Ocean En campment No. li, in the Udd fellows Building, at 7 p. m., on the second and fourth Mondays of each month. So journing brethren cordially lnited. By order C. P. COMMON COUNCIL-Regular meet ings 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 cleric on or before the Fri day evening prior to the 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 C. H. Cooper's store, W. C. LOGAN. D. P. S., DENTAL PARLORS. Mansell Block, C73 Third street J. E. LaFORCE, 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 ing. SILAS li. 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, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Special attention to diseases of wom en and surgery. Oltlce over Danzlger'a store, Astoria. JAY TUTTLE, M. D. PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, AND ACCOUCHEUR. Office, Rooms 3, 4, over Astoria Na tional Bank. Hours, 10 to 12 and 3 to 5. Residence, 639, Cedar street. DR. STRICKLER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Dealer in DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS' SUN DRIES. 357 Second Street, Astoria. BUSINESS CARDS. F. WICKMAN, CONTRACTOR. House moving and street planking. 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.. 515 Squemoque 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 Benton street, Astoria, Or. I. R. & N. CO.'s Steamer Ilwaco. Leaves Astoria dully 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 Shoalvater bay for SOUTH BEND, SUNSHINE, NORTH COVE, and other points through to GRAY'S HARBOR. Return ing, connects at Ilwaco with steamers for AHtoria. and NIGHT BOATS FOR PORTLAND. JOHN II. COULTER, Secretary. L. A. LOOMIS, President It V. EGBERT. Superintendent TO SUBSCRIBERS. Those who do not receive their papers regularly and on time should notify this oltice. If th papers delivered by carriers are wet or In bad condition, don't fall to make complaint, m Uuitte uuice. I. W. CASK, Insurance Agent, REPRESENTING The Kollowlrm Conninnlos German-American. New Yurk City, N. Y. Union Hre and Marine, of New ealnnrt. Notional Fire and Marine Ins. Co., of Hartford. Connecticut Hire Ins. Co.. of Haiuoid. . Home Mutual Ins. Co., San f-ranclscd. New York Plate (ilass Iris. Co. Phoenix, of London, Imperial, of London. A. G. SPKXARTH, ' DfcALtR IN Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Plated Ware. Fine Renairinff a Specialty. Agent for Winchester Repeating Fire Arm5 company, Clashbtjrn's Guitars and mandolins. Largest stock of Fishing Tackle and Bamboo Poles. I he 1 raue supplied. BARGAINS IN-- Whee!er& Wilson Sealing Jflaehines. Kopp's Beer Hall. Choke Wines, Liquors and Clears. KENTUCKY WHISKEY Only handed over the bar, The largest glass of N. P. Beer. Half-and-half, sc. Free Lunch. Erickson & Wirkkala, Proprietors, Cor. Concomly and Lafayette Sts. FREEMAN & BREMNER, Blacksmiths. Special attention paid to steamboat re pairing, flrst-closa horseshoeing, etc. LOGGING CAfYlP 0J01W A SPECIALTY. 197 Olney street, between Third and and Fourth, Astoria, Or. THE Astoria flational Bank TRANSACTS A General Banking Business Accounts of Firms and Individuals solicited on favorable terms. Foreign and Domestlo Exchange bought and sold. i ,' Money loaned on personal security. Interest paid on 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 Department. 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 books, 4 per cent per annum; on term savings books, 8 per cent per annum. 1). K. WARREN, president. J. E. HIGGINS, Cashier. J. C. DEMENT, Vice-Prest. D. K. WARREN, , J. C. DEMENT,, C. S. WRIGHT, - JOHN HOBSON, H. C THOMPSON, THEO. BRACKER, Directors. TtfEflSTOlpSRVlflGSBfll.K Acts' as trustee for corporations and individuals. Deposits solicited. Interest will be allowed on savings deposits as follows: On ordinary savings books, 4 per cent per annum. On term savings books, 6 per cent per - annum. On certificates of deposit: For three months, 4 per cent per an- t.um. For six months, B per cent per annum For twelve months, 6 per cent per annum. Q. A. BOWLBY President BEN J. YOUNO Vice President FRANK PATTON Cashier W. E. DEMENT Secretary DIRECTORS. J. Q. A. Bowlby, C. H. Page, O. A. Nelson, BenJ. Young, A. S. Reed, D. P. Thompson, W. B. Dement. M.C.CROSBY, DXALIB IN Hardware, Iron, Steel, Iron Pipe and Fittings, Stoves and Tinware. House Furnishing Goods, Sheet aud Strip Lead, Tin ' and Copper, and Sheet Iron Central Hotel Cor. 3rd and West Ninth Sts. On the European plan. Larcre, airy rooms and a first-class restaurant, Board dally, weekly or monthly. Private rooms for families. Oysters and tish in season. Hnest wines, Liquors and Clears. EVENSON & COOK, Proprietors. lorth Paeifie Bremery JOHN KOPP.Prop. Bohemian Lager Beer And XX PORTER. AH order i promptly Attended to FISHER BROS., Sfyip Chandlers HEAVY AND SHIiLF HARDWARE. Wagons ft Vehlchea in Stoclc Farm Machinery, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Loggers' Supplies, Falrhank s Scales, Doors and WlnJows. Provllon, Flour, oncl Mill FceU Astoria, Oregon. rroprlotor of th BolchefiojCosLidib Corner Second and Benton streets. Corner Third and West. Eighth street SEASIDE SflYpibb. A comDlete stock of lumber rn ,,.., in the rough or drexscd. I-loorlnif, run- tic, celling, and all kinds or finht, mouldings and shlnirIfH: !h .,),. work done to order. T.-iu.s Mm.rmL and prices at bedrock. All or-i. rs promptly e.ttnnrlrd to. OTT. a,..' v , , of- min w, v T,, .CJ r..... Beaflrde, Oregon. . "