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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTOIUA, FRIDAY MOKN1NM. APRIL 27, 1894.
AROUND TOWN. A brand new candy stand has Blerted on Third street. The Oklahoma lowed tho bark Port- luiloyds up tin; river ycMcrday. Tlic Union I'.-U'llk- steamer State of California arrived from San Francisco yesterday. The steamer Protection cleared for San Francisco lost night with a cargo of lumber. John Stuart Hltchen la mourning be cause Mr. Rudyard Kipling, his favorite poet, haa gone back to England with a "tummy" ache. Today, April 27, will be fittingly com .mcmorated In many sections of the country os the anniversary of the "old commander's" birthday. An JSO lot for 12. Fresh fish nnd poultry at Welcome's Alnrker, nexr. 10 roara ec clones . Meany Is the leading tailor and pays the highest cash price for fur skins. The energetic Individuals who have been shaking the Detroit railroad cap italist bean around In a quart can, peem to have lost their grip. Capt. William Whltcomb, of the steamer Cascades, haa bought a lot at Ilwaco, and is going to build a house there for himself and family. House packed nightly for "Uncle Tom's Cabin." Petite photographs, $1 per dozen, at Crow's gallery, 638 Third street. For a delicious plate of pure Ice cream, go to C. B. Smith, the Ice Cream Dealer. Ice Cream Soda a specialty. Pri vate parlors for ladles. 483 Third street. Last night waa the regular weekly meeting of the Young Men's Institute, but on account of the Inclement weath er, but few of the members came around. Nearly all tho drug stores In the city are displaying prominently In their sihow windows a good stock of insect powder. One druggist has also a few line-toothed combs scattered in among the powder, which is rather sugges tive. Hill's First addition Is located In the centre of the city. Lots are now selling In It for VI. Teeming tables und feverish 1,1'ilrei need St-e-e-riman's Soothing Powders. Try them. Only a few more days left to secure a fine, $10, Crayon Portrait by ordering one dozen cabinets, at Crow's Gallery. One girl has already committed sui cide in this country because she could not marry a football player. If this deadly game Is to carry off both our young men and our youngr women, whither shall we drift, and "where shall we be at?" Pat O'Hara Is standing dally, with his hands shading his eyes, peering towards the southeast, wondering if that little fusion cloud, the size of a man's hand, will really turn out to be a"sherlff's boom that will land his name on the Democratic ticket. For $2, a lot Is delivered every week to the buyer In Hill's First addition. The story' of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" is wild to have caused the late civil war. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" for the matinee next Saturday. Prices, 10c for school children under 12; adults, 25c. A new game has been introduced over at Ilwaco. The way the game goes Is this: Six girls stand In a line, and one of them takes a bite off an onion. Each young man In the company then pays ten cents to guess which girl bit the onion. If he guesses right he has the privilege of kissing the other five, but if wrong has to kiss the girl who bit the vegetable. H. Ekstrom 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. E Alma Stuttz as "Topsy" Is simply immense. The London letter carrier does not have to pay for hla outfit. That Is fur nished by the government. When he Is sick his pay goes right along, and he Is taken care of and his doctor's bill is paid by the government without taking it out of his salary. After he has served 25 years he is retired and he gets a pension. This Is In London not As toria. 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. A six-horse power upright engine and boiler, almost new, for sale cheap. For particulars apply at this office. A certain confectioner remarked, as he gazed at the large stock of vegetables in front of Allen's grocery, that the sea son of greens always runs until the middle of May In Astoria, and conse quently the Ice cream season will not be formally Inaugurated until the middle of next month, when It will open with a boom that can be heard clear to Cath-lamet There Is no risk taken by Joining "Hill's lot clubs. Everybody gets the full value of their money. 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 il fare to Portland. Secure seats early for "Uncle Tom" tonight The vulgar curiosity of the average American Is a matter of record, and it was never more strikingly exemplified than at our city undertaker's a few days ago. when a coffin was opened to allow some friends to gaze upon the face of one they hi " known and loved In life. The crowd which had congregated, as if by magic Jolted and crowded the mourners to get near the coffin. They were all men men who did not know the deceased, and bad no business where they were. They mado a disgusting ex hibition of themselves, merely to grati fy a morbid curiosity. When you feel that you want a good smoke, go to Chnrles OIktii'h, 527 Third fllreet. ilo keeps tin- llclmont, Ideal, American, Cleromi, M' hiller in Caballeros size, Sin Edwin, Itelna Lulsa, Flor de Stanford, Hoffman House, Upmans, La Corona, Pride of Key West and all the latest brands of 5 and 10 cent cigars in the market, and the best stock of pipes, tobacco and smokers' articles in the city. FUNERAL OF CAPT. CARLSON. The funeral of Capt. Charles Carlson took place yesterday afternoon from Grace Episcopal Church under the auspices of the Columbia Harbor Mas ters' and Pilots' Association and the lodges of the A. O. U. W. The simple services of the church were read over the dead, after which the body was taken to Greenwood cemetery and laid to re3k Among the floral offerings was a beautiful ship presented . by the Harbor. STRUCK BY A SQUALL. Tuesday afternoon, about 5 o'clock, a squall capsized John Olsen's boat while he waa fishing near Testimony Rock, throwing him Into the river. He suc ceeded In reaching the overturned boat, and clung to it until taken off by Emll Erikson, who very fortunately was In his boat near by when the accident oc curred. Olson's net waa picked up by Andrew Skulsen, so that beyond a se vere ducking and the loss of a few small articles that were In the boat, the accident caused no serious results. WEDDING BELLS. Rev. P. Steen and Miss Martha Olson were united In wedlock by Rev. N. J. Ellestad, at Bethanla church, on the 25th instant. The bridesmaids were the Misses Han nah Hansen, Lena Hess, Annie Gunder- Bon, Hilda Lund, Annie Venas and Ben- tine Syverton, and the groomsmen were Messrs. Edward Braekhus, B. Lee, T. Kundson, A. Llllenes, O. Estost and H. Tokstad. A reception waa tendered the happy couple, after the ceremony, In the base ment of the church, and they received many valuable presents. ENORMOUS TRAFFIC. J. B. Benton, an official of the Metro- politan street railway of New York, says that last year the elevated roads of that city carried 8,000,000 more peo ple than during the previous year. The figures for 1892 were 213,000,000, against 221,000,000 in 1893. Twenty new engines were ordered during the year, and the number of passenger coaches employed is 1,11675 new ones having been placed In service during the past few months. Over 200,000 tons of the best white ash anthracite coal Is consumed per year, and 3,300 trains are run every day. The employes number 5,000, and all of them are paid by the hour, with 12 hours as the longest time any man Is required to work per day on the road. The maxi mum pay is $3.50 per -day, while engin etera earn $100 per month. AVASTEFULNESS. This is a fault which cannot be too early corrected In children, for It Is apt to grow with time. They should be taught to use Just so much of a thing as they need and no more, and that the remainder should be put away for future use and not utter ly destroyed. They should also be taught that It Is wrong to waste any thing, and that If they themselves are unable to utilize something, some one on some thing else might he, and that the opportunity at least should be given them by not destroying It. This applies to small aa well aa to greater things, for the principle Is the same, and every thing has some value to something; and besides, If wasteful ness Is practiced in larger things and once the habit Is formed It Is very hard to break It, and too often those who can 111 afford It practice It to the Impover ishment of themselves and others. Waste not, want not" is a good maxim for all to follow. Ilssourl Record. SPRUCE LOGS WANTED. Seven million feet of first-class spruce logs, for which we will pay the highest market price. For full particulars, ap ply to CLAPSOP MPLL CO., Astoria, Ore. SALE POSTPONED. Notice Is hereby given that the sher iff's sale entitled "Fulton Bros., Plain tiffs, vs. Astoria and Portland Railway Co., Defendants, is this day postponed until Saturday, April 28th, 1894, at 2 o'clock p. m. H. A. SMITH. Sheriff. ANNOUNCEMENT. j To the Republican County Conven-' lion: I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of County As sessor, subject to your approve.!. i A. R. CVRUS. 1 KEEP UP WITH THE TIMES, I don't cling to the imperfect things. Do' you use cereal foods on your breakfast table? Then you need cream. Borden's Peerless Brand Evaporated Cream is decidedly superior In richness and flavor to ordinary milk or cream. INFANTS' AND CHILDREN'S White Hoods and Snn bonnets, dozens upon dozens of them, all one whole saler had, protty near. Brand new, this season's output, and just the shapes you'd choose. Don't let habit or per suasion lead you elsewhere before you see what can le got here t from vO cents to $2. Concede us that and the bar gain is made. ALBERT - DUNBAR. Corner Third and Main Streets. THE FOOTBALL CLUR Arrangements Being Made for the Opening of tho Season. A commillre of the Football club and a representative of the Motor Line Company made a thorough Inspection of the line from Smith's Point to Kinney's cannery yesterday, and It Is hoped that some arrangement can be arrived at whereby the track can be repaired. It now being In a bad condition, several slides having occurred during the win ter. The Football club Is very anxious to get the program for the year started as quickly as possible, they already having made a match with the Union Pacific Railroad Football club for Dec oration Day, when a large excursion Is expected to accompany their team down from Portland and help carry them to victory (or defeat. The Astoria team Is strengthened by the return of Bartholomew, and Bhould easily win this match. If the boys will practice hard at team work, with plenty of pressing, and obey orders. It Is cer tain that at the close of the season the number of victories will have made up for last year's defeats. The make-up of the team is understood to be as follows: Right Bell and Ridehalgh. Left Hlggins and Gibson. Centre Bartholomew. Half-backs Rathom, Tallant and Grant Full-backs Smith and Astbury. ' Goal Wright. If this team la kept throughout the season It will be a hard one to beat, and It is hoped the players, one aitd all, will Interest themselves sufficiently to get out and practice often. They can not begin too soon, and the sooner the better. ODD FELLOWS' ENTERTAINMENT. A Fine Program and a Delighted Audi ence Last Evening. Beaver lodge, No. 35, I. O. O. F., cele brated the 75th anniversary of the or der in America last evening at their hall In this city, and notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather, the beautiful hall was filled with members of the order, their families and many invited friends. A delightful program was rendered aa follows: Opening ode, the lodge; prayer, Rev. Dr. Garner; piano solo, Mr. Schwabe; dialogue between the Noble Grand and Vice Grand; proclamation, secretary; vocal solo, Mrs. H. T. Crosby; dialogue between the Noble Grand and Vice Grand; duet, the Misses Holden; Thanksgiving prayer, Rev. Dr. Garner; vocal solo, Mrs. S. Danziger; oration, Bra E. C. Holden; closing ode, lodge; benediction, Rev. Dr. Garner. After the program the floors were cleared and at 10:30 dancing was com menced, with the grand march led by Capt. Alex. Campbell and Miss Belle Cleveland. PERSONAL. Charles D. Wlllits, of Portland, Is In the city. A. M. Simpson, of Oakland, Cal., Is at the Occident. L. A. Warren, of Portland, registered at the Occident yesterday. M. W. Rosenblatts D. H. Stewart, W. J. Culllgan, H. S. Hogan, H. Plowman 'on4 n Unffman rt Qr.n ITvnnnliwn mew. in the city yesterday. Rev. N. J. Ellstad, a pastor of the United Norwegian, church, and who has hnon a. e-iioat it Rnv P fltAn fni. thA past few days, left last night for Aber- ' J -rwr i- ueen, vv an. TO CANNERS AND SEINERS. Just received from the Wlllapa' Har bor manufactory, a fresh supply of Hemlock Tannin Extract for tanning gill nets, selns, etc. W. B. ADAIR. W. B. ADAIR. Agent, 464 Third Street. ENDORSED BY THE PRESS. Gentlemen: This is to certify that 1 have used Krause's Headache Capsules with satisfactory results. I bought a box which cost me ."3, and one tapsvle cured me of a dreadful Blck h?adnche. My wife and myself have both used the medicines manufactured by the Norman LIchty Mf'g Co., nnd we re commend them to the public as bslng JJust what they are represented. Respectfully, W. J. HUTCHISON, Ed. Gazette, Pleasant Hill, Mo. Twenty-five cents, for sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria, Or., sole agents. THE NURSE'S DELIGHT. Every experienced nurse knows the value of a remedy which, without being an anodyne, will relieve soreness of the limbs or stiffness of the Joints, and en able a patient to sleep quietly and nat urally. Just such a remedy are Allcork's Por ous Plasters. Placed on the chest or on the back. If necessary cut Into strips and placed over the muscles of the limbs, they work marvels In the way of toothing and quieting restlessness. Be ing perfectly simple and harmless In their composition, they can be used freely, and many a sufferer has thanked them for a night of quiet rest, grateful both to him and those who care for him. Brandrcth's Pills do not weaken the bowels. All the patent medicines Advertised In this pap.r. together with the choic est perfumery, and toilet articles, etc.. can lie bousht at the lowest prices at J. W. Conn's drug store, opposite Oc cident Hotel, Ai toria. BOARD AND LODGING. FIRST CLASS BOARD With or without rooms, at reasonable rates. Ap ply at 13.' C. llolden's, corner Muln nnd Jefferson. FOUND. FOUND A 250 mesh net. In Tongue Point schute; about 1J00 small and 50 largo mesh. Inquire (Jn.pt. Chris John son, Astoria Packing Co. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Two large dwelling houses above the Clatsop mill. In quire of Mrs. Eliza Williamson, of Mr M. P. Olson. WANTED. AGENTS WANTED Pollard vs. Breckenrtdge celebrated breach of prom ise case; book ready; history of lit! gants; Illustrated; 600,000 will be sold; prospectus free. W. H. FERGUSON & CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. WANTED Any kind of work, by a middle-aged woman. Address, 373 Fifth street WANTED Sewing by a competent seamstress. Apply to Mrs. Mary Schultz, 174 Main street. WANTED A boatman to carry fish from Ilwaco. To furnish sloop. Stated salary would be paid for entire season. Apply at this ofilce. AGENTS Makes $5.00 a day. Great est kitchen utensil ever Invented. Re tails 35cts. 2 to 6 sold in every house. Samp e, postago paid, five cents. For shee & McMakin, Cincinnati!, O. MANAGER WANTED To appoint salesmen to sell the Rapid Dish Washer. Washes and dries the dishes In two minutes without wetting the fingers. $76 a week and all expenses. Easy po sition; no capital; no hard work; can make $100 a week. Address W. P. Har rison & Co., Clerk No. 14, Columbus, Ohio. FOR SALE. FOR SALE CIIEAP-The sloop May flower. Capacity, 1,000 salmon. Inquire of Capt. A. T. HARRIS, Ilwaco, Wash. FOR SALE A fine, new, roll, curtain top ofilce desk; automatic lock, exten sion arm slides, book closet, letter drop, und a five-drawer patent letter file and Indexes. Desk 54 inches long, 33 wide, DO high. Terms cash; or 30 days to re sponsible party. I also have a new, double-door, combination lock, 2,000-lb. safe I will sell at a low figure, one-half cash, bulnnee 6 months, with Interest. I will sell the above very cheap. W. I. CRAWFORD. CHANCE FOR ALL Men of small means can buy real estate in Hill's first addition. LOT3 FOR $2. Call at the Astoria Real Estate Exchange and get a lot In Hill's First Addition tor $2. JAPANESE CURIOSITIES Wing Lee lias Just received a full line of Japanese curiosities nnd fancy goods. Will sell at cost. 629 Third street. BEVERAGES. FINE WINES AND LIQUORS-Call at August Danielson's Sample Rooms. ONLY THE PUREST Wines and liquors are sold at Alex Campbell's Gem. A DELICIOUS DRINK. There Is no place in Astoria where John Kopp's famous beer is kept in such good con dition as at Utzinger's 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 and wine at Alex Gilbert's. At the Consignees' Sale You can buy clothing for two-thirds its value; hats, boots and shoes for one-half its value; furnishing goods nnd notions for less tlinu linlf its viilue. Good liome-inndc socks for 35 cents a pair. Carpenters' aprons 10 cents each. A good pair of snu penders for 10 cents worth -'.". Suit of Clothes worth $25 for $15.00 I it li m U e cn IU O.JU " " 8 " 5.00 And other goods in proportion, Good 1-4 lb German Yarn for 15c 4-oz, Zephyrs in all colors, 10c Ladies will find It to their advantage to purchase Coisets, Laces and Embroideries at this great Consignees' Sale. S. FRIEDMAN CO., Consignees. At 600 and 602 Third St., Cor, W. Ninth. I. R. & N. CO.'s Steamer Ilwaco. Leaves Astoria dally at 7:30 for Il waco, calling at Tanzy point, and con reetlng with railroad running north at 10 a. m., and with bonis on Kboalwater bny for EOCTH BEND, KUNSIIIN'K. NORTH COVE, and other points through to GRAY'S HARBOR, Return ing, connects at Ilwaco with steamers f..r AtrK and NIGHT BOATS FOR PORTLAND. JOHN R. COULTER. Secretary. L. A. LOOMI8. President R. V. EC BERT. Superintendent SOCIETY MEETINGS. PTT.OT COMMISSION Utth Tho reir- ; ular meetings of this board will be held on tha llrst Monday of each month at 10 a. m., at the Mice of tyobb Sc Par ker. W, f i." itolib, fc. NOTICE T'io regular meetings ol the Astoria Huilding and Loan Associa tion are held ut 8 p. m. on the first Wednesday of each month. Oillco on Genevieve street, south of Chcnamus. ! W. L. ROBB. Secretary. OCEAN ENCAMPMENT No. 13, 1. O. O. F. Regular meetings of Ocean En campment No. 13, in the Odd Fellows' Building, at 7 p. m., on the second and fourth Mondays of each month. So journing brethren cordially in '.ted. 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 clerk on or before the Fri day evening prior to the Tuesday on which the council holds its regulur meatlng. 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. D. S.. DENTAL PARLORS. Mansell Block, 73 Third street J. E. LaFORCE, D. D. 8. 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. Rooms ' 6, 6 and 7, Flavel a Brick Building. SII.AS B. SMITH, . ATTORNEY J.T LAW. Office In Flavel's bilctr building.' FRANK J. TAYLCJ5, ATTORNEY XI LAW. Astoria, Oregon. J. Q. A. BOWLBY. ATTORNEY. AN II CUUHSULUK AT LAV. Office on Second Street, Astoria, Or. LIBERTY P. MULLINIX, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Oflice, 6S4Mi Third Bt, Astoria, Ore. DR. O. B. ESTES, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Special attention to diseases of wom en and surgery. Ofilce over Danzlger's store, Astoria. JAY TUTTLE, M. D. . PHYSICIAN. SURGEON, AND ACCOUCHEUR. Office, Rooms 3, 4, .over Astoria Na tional Bank. Hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to 6. Residence, G39, Cedar street DOCTOR ALFRED KINNEY, OFFICE AT HIS RESIDENCE. May be found In his ofilce until 10 o'clock mornings, from 12 noon until 2 p. m., and from 6 until 7:30 evenings. 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 Ceneral Messenger Co., C16 Squemoque street J. II. MANSELL, REAL ESTATE BROKER. Notary Public. Fire land accident In surance. w. W. PARKER, REAL ESTATE AND INSUR ANCE AGENT. Office, 112 Benton street, Astoria, Or. iiutuu Kemcmuer Aicuuues no te! at Seaside la open the year around. CALL ON P. BAKER, 478 Third St., and have your clothes dyed and cleaned. SEWING- MACHINES And general repairing, lock-fitting, eta C. A. May, 132 Main street. GEO. McLEAN, corner OIney and As ter streets, does a general business In blacksntithlns; and repairing. WHEN IN PORTLAND Call on Handley & Haas, 1D0 First street, and get the Dally Astorlan. Visitors need not miss their morning paper whilt 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 oflice, steamer Telephone dock, and tnakt known your wants. Reduced fare via all the leading steamship lines. ARE YOU GOING EAST? Patron ize the Northern Pacific railroad if 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 exccpl 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. rn. C. W. STONE. Agt, Astoria, E. A. Seeley, general agent, Portland. INJUNCTION TIIRKATIiNED Bui, v,-c uniliiirt qui!. TllC fill' !ill( tl.01:' '.:''l lll.1t we arc hurting travel by not hurting foot.- Our shoes are made for comfort. All sizes for all people. John Haiin & Co Kopp's Beer Hall. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. KENTUCKY WHISKEY Only handed over the bar. The largest glass of N. P. Beer. Half-and-half, ;c. Pree Lunch. Erickson &Wirkkala, Proprietors, Cor. Concomly and Lafayette Sts. FREEMAN & BREMNER, 131acltamittia. Special attention paid to steamboat re pairing, first-class horseshoeing, etc. LOGGING CAJVIP tjQOHK A SPECIALTY. 107 Olney street, between Third and and Fourth, Astoria, Or. ' I. W. CASK, Insurance Agent, REPRESENT I NQ Tho Kollowlnii Companlea 1 German-American, New York City, N. Y. Union Fire and Marine, of New Zealand. National hire and Marine Ins. Co., of Hartford, Connecticut Hire Ins. Co., of Hartford. Home Mutual Ins. Co., San I ranclsco. New York Plate Glass Ins. Co. Phanlx, of London, Imperial, of London THE advantages of a bank account are numerous". It is not to business men we are talking they know alfa bout it-butto salaried men and women. There's safety if the bank is a good one. There's convenience the money al ways ready and always out of harm's way, out of the reach of your own petty squander ing. It is easy to spend small sums when you have a large sum in your pocket. .JVe open accounts in our Savings Department for as small an amount as $l,and pay you interest. We will bo glad to send our last state ment if you care to see it. The Astoria National Hank D. K. WARRRN, President, J, 10. HIGUINH, Cashier. J. C. 1JL0M10NT, Vke-1'iest; -1). K. WAItKHN, j. c. nuMNNT. C. S. WIMUHT, JOHN HOIIHON, II. C THOMPSON, THEO. J3UACKER, Directors. THE ASTORIA SAVINGS BflK 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, 8 per cent per annum. On certificates of deposit: For three months, 4 per cent per an l.um. For six months, 5 per cent per annum For twelve months, S per cent per annum. J. Q. A. HOWLBT President IIKNJ. YOUNU Vice President Fl'ANK PATTON.. Cashier W. K. DEMENT Secretary DIHKCTORS. J. Q. A. Dowlby, C II. Page, O. A. Nelson, benj. Young, A. S. Reed, D. 1. Thompson, V. K. Dement. IforthPaeifie Bremery JOHN KOPP, Prop. Bohemian Lager Beer And XX PORTER. All orders promptly attended to FISHER BROS., Sfyip Ghardlers HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE. Wagons a. Vehichee i 11 Btoclc Farm Machinery, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Loggers' Supplies, Falrbank's Scales, Doors and Windows. Provisions, Flour, and Mill Fod Astoria, Oregon. SEASIDE SAWfvIM. A complete stock of lumber on hand In ths rough or drcxMcid. Flooring, rus tic, celling, and all kinds of tlnlsh; mouldings and lilni;l'-M; also bracket work done to order. Terms reasonable and prices at bedrock. All orders promptly attended to. oTlre and yard at mill. H. f L. LOGAN. Prop'r. Senslde. Oregon. mwmmmiz (T flOOw'iol'ivMiisit-tarFarly5 r ZblU .. Ceriti. con,.::.f of t.p.ipe5 SS " tH Me Sh:e ,V.i.:.i,- ,i the" Hlfcht. st. 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