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Misses', Youth's and Children's QCHOOL UHOES Ladies' and Gents' Autumn Footwear Robbers, Rubber Boots, Etc. Off John Hahn & Co. Arm Warranted 79 Commercial St. TESTKRDAT8 WEATHER. Maximum temperature, SI degrwa. Minimum temperature, 4S degree. Precipitation, none. Total precipitation from September 1st. IK to date, 4.57 Inches. Deficiency of precipitation from Sep tember 1st, ISM, to date. 4.1S Inches. TODAY'S WEATHER. Portland, October St Forecast for Oregon and Washington, continued fair weather. TO RKAftBRS.-Tha "Dally Astnrlaa' eoatalaa twice a anarh reading matter a ay ataar paper pabltahad la Astoria. It la th aaly papar that preaaata Ita reader with a dally fcslaarrankle report. TO ADVERTlSKRg.-Tha "Dally As- terlan ha mora thaa twice as many read era as any other papar pablUhed la Aalu ria. It Is therefore mora thaa twlea as valaablo a aa advertising aaedlam. AROUND TOWN. The "Astorian" hereby of fers to dona te One Hundred Dollars to St. Mary's Hos pital, payable on demand to Father Dielman, when ever legal evidence is pro duced showing that any af ternoon newspaper publish ed in Astoria has printed, within the last ninety days expiring prior to this offer, a single "special" or other kind of "telegraphic press report," received over the wires entering either of the telegraph offices in this city, fronl Qny point outside of Oregon. Astoria, Oct 13,1896, Mr. O. Wlngate Is absent for a day or two In Portland. Mr. H. Harris, of New York City, was In the city yesterday. Mr. . George Robinson, of Wayn Mich., Is at the Parker. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Kendall are ab sent on a trip to Portland. Gunther'a, the only candles In the city. C. B. Smith, sole agent If Snodgrasa doesn't make photos you don't get the beet your Mr. L. Coblenu, of Portland, is in the city, a guest at the Occident. Mr. and Mrs. E. Z. Ferguson went to Portland last night on the Gatzert. If you want to save money In mack Intoshes go to the Low Price Store. C. B. Smith's selection of choice can dies are the finest put up In Astoria. Just take a look at C. B. Smith' famous Gunther candles. It will do you rood. ' Mrs. J. Gribbler has returned from visit with friends and relatives in Port' land. Mrs. Hans Jacobsen has gone to Gray's River for a week's visit with friends. Messrs. J. M. Haron and W. E. Wat son, of Warrenton, were In the city yesterday. Mr. O. L. Warden, of Chevalier & Co. San Francisco, is visiting his friends In the city. Don't forget the meeting of Alder- brook property owners this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mr. H. Crohm, a Portland business man, will shortly open a store In the Welch Block. Mr. Watson Binder has accepted position on the government works at Fort Stevens. A complete painter's outfit for sale. Apply at once to F. J. Carney, at Fish er Bros.' store. Dr. Howard's residence Is at 525 Com merclal street, over the "Spa." Night calls promptly attended. Dr. T. L. Ball, dentist. Teeth ex tracted without pain. Price reasonable, No. 562 Commercial street. r Judge F-alelgh Stott, of Portland, will peak upon the issues of the campaign at Bear Creek this evening. Peter Wedge, Nehalem; Chas. Eck- lund, Chinook; H. P. Ahlberg, Gray's River, were In the city yesterday. Plenty of air tight stoves In the mar ket, but only one with hot air draught We want your tea-trade for the rest of your life. Do you see now how we can afford to say: "Get every sort of Schilling's Best of your grocer, and get your money back on what you don't like"? A Schilling tk Coaapaa Ml r it tube. The Queen, at Fisher brothers. Trice. 110.00. The manager of the Sunset Telephone Company was busy yesterday placing new polis along Commercial street. The Library Association will re-open the Woman's Exchange, November IT In the library rooms on 11th street. Don't psy ten and twelve dollars for air-tight stovea when you can get them for half the money at 431 Pond street. Mr. .Tos. Peterson returned yesterday from a visit to his Gray's River ranch. He reports having had a pleasant out ing. The short days are here and now Is the time when the gas and electric companies succeed the Ice man in popu larity. Carbons are the only permanent photos as well as the most artistic, and Snodgrasa knows how to make them. The ladles of Astoria never had such chances offered before to get dress goods cheap as ran now be had at the Low Price Store. The railroad people say It will take until next Wednesday or Thursday to unload the steel rails from the barge Wyatchle at Flavel. At the Occibent yesterday were reg. istered H. Harris, New York; L. Cob- lent. Portland; L. E. Duvol and Jos. McP. Israel, Olympla, A large consignment of handsome Japanese goods arrived yesterday and w as unpacked for the Inspection of vis itors at Foard, & Stokes.' Mrs. Carrie Ray, medium. Circles Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday even ing; 10 eents admittance. Readings, 50 cents. 410 Bond street. A. P. Bradbury, who sells the cele brated Cracker Jacks, was in the cfly Vesterday. He says he is determined to be in Astoria on election day. Raymond, Boy Medium Main Street House, 159 9th street Test circle to night, also Sunday afternoon at o'clock, and evening at 8 o'clock. George Robinson, Wayne, Mich.; W. J. . Ingalls. Lewis and Clarke; W. E. Watson and J. M. Haron, Warrenton, registered at the Parker yesterday. The old ferry formerly at the Chad- Weil bridge, has been sent up to John Day's to be used at the crossing of the road from Alderbrook to Bear Creek. huh, tne oaroer, is building a new shop In Warrenton. That burg Is grow ing every day, buildings are leing erected, and property is being improved there. Herbert Hiltstxom, the infant son of August Hlltstrom, died Thursday evening of brain fever. The body was taken to Knappa, where Interment took place. No store In this city ever sold woolen underwear, stockings, cloaks and dress goods for so little money as the bar gains now to be had at the Low Price Store. P. J. Schofleld Is an expert at flower and general landscape gardening, and offers his services for such work at a reasonable rate. Leave word at Asto rian office. A number of deer are reported having made their apoearance In the neigh borhood of Greenwood, and some of these animals have been nearer the city than that. The flower gardens and windows of Bridge Tender Fisher's house at the Walluskl are brilliant with fall flowers, and everything about the place is as neat as a new pin. The plat of Clatsop Gardens, contain ing thirty-six lots, on the line of the Astoria and Seashore Railroad, was fil ed in the recorder's office yesterday by Mary N. B. Morrison. Mrs. Nell, the mother of Mrs. F. P. Kendall, left last evening for San Fran cisco, via Portland, where she will spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Ken dall accompanied her as far as Port land. If you want drugs or druggists' sun dries, go to Rogers, 159 Commercial street He carries a full assortment In his line and sells at the lowest cash price. Call and examine goods and prices. The Casino Theatre, which caused so much trouble, la now being overhauled and It Is stated that the place will be turned Into a first class family theatre. The location, it would seem, Is not all that might be desired for such an In stltutlon. The street railway company will this afternoon give free rides to all property owners and others who are Interested the development of east Astoria, who desire to attend the weekly meting of the East End Improvement Club, Steps are to be taken to create a dis trict for the purpose of Improving Date street. Mr. Frank Stokes personally has paid particular attention to the acoustic properties of the new Foard & Stokes hall on Franklin avenue. The building Is rapidly nearlng completion and the hall Is sure to prove one of the finest concert halls In Astoria The seating capacity will be large, and the decora Hons, while plain, will be most pleas Ing. The owners of Greenwood Cemetery have placed everything In that beauti ful burying ground In readiness for the inter months. The large well has been completed on top of the hill and now contains eight or ten feet of wa- er. Early In the spring a tank with a capacity of 10,000 gallons and a wind mill for pumping the water from the well will be erected. Distribution pipes will be laid throughout the grounds so that water can be had on every portion. New flower seeds have been planted In the hot houses, new trees are being set out, rose bushes are being trimmed, hedges planted, and all sorts of shrub bery made ready for the winter season. Work will probably be commence I this fall on the extension to the boat land ing so that the largest river vessels can be properly accommodated. Things are booming at the A. F. O. at present. The recently Improved bil liard rooms are crowded nightly, w hile o.ulte as many smash the apparatus In the hall. The reduction In the price of the Initiation fee to 12.50, which re mains in effect for a few weCEs. has greatly Increased the membership. The club now has 210 active member. The director are now considering the ad visability of building an annex to the hall. The good people of Clatskanle turned I out a few days ago and sawed up a large quantity of wood for use at the schoolhouse. The ladles, not to be out- lone, prepared an elegant spread for the public spirited wood choppers and j the forest was the scene of a pleasant repast. Several ladles, among them Misses Abble and Maud Bryant. Miss L. May Reld. Mrs. English, and Mrs. Hlatt. tried their hands at sawing wood. In the police court yesterday the esse of the city of Astoria vs. Wm. Kelly, charged with Interfering with an oltl cer. came up. From the evidence It appears that the poundmaster found j a cow belonging to Mr. Kelly roaming the streets and made preparations to take the animal to the pound. Mrs. Kelley, however, witnessed the per formance and started for the P. M. In the altercation which followed the cow made good Its escape. The poundmas ter was Rioting law to Mrs. Kelly rath- er forcibly when Mr. Kelly appeared upon the seen, Kelly executed a flank movement, completely routing; the Offi cer. AftMV l(renlnir Ik. .1 ' cer. After listening to the testimony Ige Vesfi dismissed the cose. The opinion expressed on the direct Is that the city council seems bent upon placing Itself on record for queer legis lation. That body Inaugurated the ob solete curfew ordinance, which other cities are abandoning, and now the city fathers would make it mandatory upon all persons to exterminate dogs not licensed to exist. The dog ordinance make every person an officer. If It should become law no one might necessarily be punished for discharg ing firearms within the city limits, be cause be could allege that some poor canine was the object of his deadly bullet. Then, again, ow ners of valuable animals would be In constant fear of losing them, through the failure of citlien-offlcers to properly Investigate the dogs' legal career. And the butch ers! They'll have a standing army on the streets from morning until night The only worthy feature of the meas ure la that It may possibly reduce the price of sausage. The ordinance will no doubt become a law, as Alderman Welch's bills generally go through all right. A trip over the Walluskl road now will convince anyone that good work has been done during the summer to. warda Improving this country thor oughfare. Cuts and fills have been made, grades reduced, new bridges built, and new planking and puncheon laid. Many old mudholes which have heretofore been a terror to the traveler, are now passable In wet weather. There Is still room for Improvement, but the road Is now so much superio to what it was twelve months ago that It Is a comparative pleasure to rive over it. The farmers in both the Nehalem and Lewis and Clarke Valleys have not only awakened to the Importance of transportation facilities to Astoria but have taken the lead In active measures for securing the same. Many leading Astorlans have Joined In with the farming community and It Is cer talnly most gratifying to all business Interests to know that organized and systematic efforts have been made and well laid plans Inaugurated for con tinuous Improvement of Clatsop county roads. TO Cl'KE A COLD IN ONE DAT, Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money If it falls to cure. 25c. For sale by Chas, Rogers, Druggist. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that I have been appointed administrator of the estate of W. H. Ryan, deceased. All persons having cUlms against said es tate must present the same to me at Astoria, within six months from the date hereof. All persons Indebted to said estate are hereby notified to pay said Indebtedness to me, forthwith. F. J. CARNEY. Astoria, Or., October 8, 1896. Many political speakers, clergymen, singers, and others who use the voice excessively, rely upon upon One Minute Cough Cure to prevent huskiness and laryngitis. Its value as a preventive is only equalled by Its power to afford In stantaneous relief. Charles Rogers. OUR CORNER. A gentleman's resort, at corner of Bond and Twelfth streets. The finest brands of liquors and cigars always on hand. Call and try us. ANDERSON & PETERSON. C. W. Goodpeaster Is a Palmer and Huckner elector In the Ninth Ken tucky District. He will stick. De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve Is an an tlseptlc, soothing and healing applica tion for bums, scalds, cuts, bruises, etc. and cures piles like magic. It instantly stops pain. Charles Rogers. Sal ton Sea Salt for bat lis at the Estes-Conn iJinp Store 10c and 25c per package. There's more clothing destroyed by poor soap than by actual wear. "Hoe Cake" contains no free alkali, and will not Injure the finest lace. Try It and notice the difference In quality. Ross, Hlgglns ft Co. sXr ONE run down, .GT or emaciated from any cause whatever, will be helped at once by the use of Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil and Hy pophosphites. It possesses in a peculiar sense flesh-making, strength-giving ele ments. There are plenty of cases where persons have gained a pound a day by taking an ounce of Scott's Emulsion. Al.KKItHliOOK TO TUK FiMlK. Property Owners Pushing Ahead and Polng Hood Work. There will be another meeting of those Interested In the development of the east end of the city, today, at the Alderbrook school house. The Kast End Improvement Club, under whose auspices the meeting will be held, Is doing everything In Its power to pro mote the Interest of that end of the city. The main objects to be obtained Just now are the Improvement of street and the extension of the street car line as far east and unto the Van Iusen proerty. The street cr com pany made the property owners i'f that end of the city a proposition some time ago which In all probability will result In an extension of their line, as several of the larger property holders have already subscribed their names to the scheme. The mfrJing today w ill be held com - meiu'lng at I o'clock and the members of the club will probalby turn out In force. Every one Interested In that section of the city above the present terminus of the car tins Is resumed to be pre, ent at the msstlnir, and It Is the In tention of the street railway manage ment to grant free rides lo all property owners who wish to attend. With the push and energy already shown by the I'ppertown people it la clear that no ston will be left un turned to start things moving in that part of ths city. Other localities would do well to follow In their footstep. WOHK NOT STOPPED. Astoria Railroad Contractors Pushing Operations, and Have Not, at Any Time. Quit. A. P. Rradbury. the traveling man. came up this morning from Portland, He has recently been In Astoria. Mr. llradhury was asked what he learned regarding the Astoria railroad, and was Informed that the report was out thut the contractors had laid off all the men and teams and that the general understanding all over the state was that no work wus being done. Mr. Kradbury replied: "The contractors are now ut work, have been at work, and only laid off a J (, portion of the force because at the time the work was of such a character thut the full force could not be worked ad-! vantageously. The expectation is that the new company will run trains Into Astoria during August of next year. "Astoria Is gradually Improving. The city Is not experiencing a boom anil the principal business men wisely avoid creating a boom. The tow n Is putting in imr,.emn,. . ...k -i - ture, and. by the time the cars are run into the town, business thereby created will be easily handled. Astoria Is now one of the best towns In Oregon, and has before It a future which Is bright, Indeed. It will be a bond business point, and now Is doing its share of business." Pendleton East Oregonlan CHURCH SERVICES. Congregational Church "In gather Ing Day" tomorrow. Morning theme, "The . Model Congregation." Evening topic, "A Campaign for Christ." Ap propriate services for the Sunday school at 12:15, and the Junior and Sen ior Endeavor Societies at the usual hours. Ail are cordially Invited. Swedish Lutheran Church Services Sunday at 10:30 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. will be in Swedish. Rev. P. Carlson will preach. The pastor will preach In the English Lutheran church In Portland. Sunday school at 12:15. i-resoyienan cnurcn services as usual tomorrow. As this is Mr. Mar cott's first Sunday as pastor he earnest ly requests that all church members and all others who are not connected with any other church or congregation will be present. Theme for the morning at 11, "Listening for God's Voice." For the evening, at 7:30, "The Divine Car penter." Sunday school at 12:16; T. P, S. C. E. at 8:30. You the most cordially Invited to all these services. M. E. Church The pastor will preach at 11 a m. and receive members Into the church at the close of the sermon, Sunday school meets at 12:15. The pas tor Invites any young ladles or gentle men who do not attend any regular school to become members of his class ine class has a room to Itself. In the evening Rev. Dr. Gue, of Portland, will preach and administer the sacrament of the Lord's Supper. The U. S. Oov t Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. Miss Younger of Perry (O.T.) says that If Bryan is elected she will marry T. J. Stanton. If McKlnley Is elected sho will not. If Mr. Stanton really de sires to get married he might as well be looking up another girl. New York Tribune. Pure blood means good health. De- Witt's Sarsaparilla purifies the blood, cures Eruptions, Eczema, Scrofula, and all diseases arising from Impure blood. I inanes nogcra. WARRENTON Columbia Harbor Land Co. CORNER... BOND and ELEVENTH STS. Una on application. HAtl.OKS ON A ST It IKK. Captain Adams, of the An.lrada. Has Trouble With Ills Men. The Hrltlsh bark Andrada has been In port nearly a year and her long stay Is being lengthen, d by the refusal of her crew to "turn to." Since the vessel's arrival nearly her entire orliilu. al crew has left her and when Coplln Adam was ready for sea he found It i necessary to ship another crew, I Twenty men were accordingly signed In Portland, among them several "sea I lawyers" -seamen who make It their I Business to create .nseontent among tne men. me ursi complaint was iui tiny had been unjustly treated hy the sailor boardmghouso men, who, they alleged, took their advance notes for 140, . and did not give them even their thing. This claim was s.kui satisfied, I t the men were not. and demanded! cl. but money In the aggregate amounting to Kw. The $.'0 was not forthcoming and the men refused duty Captain Adams yesterday morning crTvrvd to pay one - I half the demanded sum. but the men 1 refused to accept these overtures, and are holding out for the full amount. Evidently thers I Justice In the mens' demand, M Captain Adams' action In offering to compromise the nintlir would Indicate. The men are all old seamen and know what to expect on their advance notes and art no doubt holding out for what Is right. If not, Captain Adams should immediately hip another crew, a everything r1 reived by th men is still In hi posses sion. The life of a ieanmn at best Is ths life of a dog. and It Is not to be wondered that the men refuse to go I to sea improperly brovlded w ith w inter so close at hand. The suffering endured by seamen In winter must be rxpv- rlencvd to be appreciated. With evei y rope an Icycle, frozen deck, piercing winds, uncertuln "tricks," or hour of duty, according to the severity of the weather and the severer the weather the longer are the "tricks "with a poor tire below, the sailor has no easy time. I Men who follow the sea are supposed I to be "hardened" to such sufferings. but sailor are only human. That the men who sail the ships of the sea should be treated thus Is Indeed a strange condition a condition not wor- thy of the great shipping Industry. FINANCIAL KKVIKW. (Continued from First Page.) si-n toward higher price. A fact wor thy of notice s that New York K eham:e seals are nuoted this week at 1Ml(rti Bn Blvill)(., f .v,.ra thousand over the last transfers. MI ST HK A POPOCRAT. At Least, the Symptoms Would Indi cate thot Such 1 the Case. ! I Wan Francisco. Octotier 23.-Wm. Kt'nnwly. ul"l'r. astonished the l"'rKu"'' the receiving hospital to- day by refusing to die, after his skull had been smashed by a crowbar which fell a distance of sixty feet and struilf him on the head. Kennedy was at the bottom of the weM and was hauling a crowbar by means of a rope and pulley when the bar slipped and struck him a glancing blow on the head. Kennedy's skull was cleft as If by a tomahawk and his brain was laid bare for five Inches. He never lost consciousness and though It took the doctors three hours to dress his wound he still re mained conscious. He talked contin ually and his chief grievance was that the razor with which they shaved his scalp was dull. Acocrdlng to the doc tors ninety-nine men out of 100 would have been killed, but there Is a chance for Kennedy to recover. OREGON 8AFE FOR McKINLEY. Chairman Hlrseh Thinks We Will Ureak from the Popocratlc Ranks. Portland, October 23. Discussing the political situation In Oregon, Sol Hlrseh chairman of the Republican state cen tral committee, says: "I consider Oregon won for McKln ley. It Is entirely out of the list of doubtful states and placed In the Mc Klnley column. My advices from all parts of the state make it certain that the electoral vote of Oregon will be given to the Republican presidential candidates, all rumors to the contrary notwithstanding. I never felt so con fident of carrying the state as I do now." SONOMA FLOATED, flan Francisco, October 23. The hark Sonoma, which was reported ashore at Hakodate, Japan, has been floated. The vessel has been fully repaired of all damage sustained, and is now pro ceeding on her Journey. The Sonoma sailed from Astoria bound for Vladi vostok, carrying a cargo of general merchandise and supplies. A hacking cough is not only annoying to others, but is dangerous to the per son who has it. One Minute Cough Cure will quickly put an end to It. Charles Rogers. The best chemical compound for washing- powder Is "Soap Foam," as It will not "yellow the clothes," nor burn the hands. It's the finest thlnK In the world for the bath. One trial will eon vince you. A irlaiH't' i t tltti tiuii will allow (lint tlio town of WARRENTON f coot tin tlu host xituutod properly on tin wost . mii of tlio Uiy. Alrindy fix luiiulivtl peop'lo live within httniii'i tli row ol' the new rnilruiul depot, mid at tho Spec In I PHccm iiuw iill't red tlit'it can bo no hotter iiivcntmriit lor HOUSES OR BUSINESS PROPERTY Choice Intu tiro boinjj Hold daily at Hptviullv low rmVerf, on installments, to mi it the times. In u lVv weekn tlere will lo tin tulvnnt'o. Now in the time to buy the best harp inn on the Peninsula. lllinelalllsm cannot he secured by In- J,.ing our mints to free silver until lntei national agreement la had It Is the Inly of tint Pnllisl States In maintain the gold standard. Tetter, ccs.-tna, an. I all similar skin w;rch,,Lr r,:;:! at once, and restores the tissues lo their natural condition, and never falls 1 to cure piles. Charles Kogor. I Seed and stfrty are the watchwords ' f the age. One Minute Couuh Curs' ,., ,r,H,yi ,fey. and never fulls. lubnn l.r,,.,, 1,111. rough and colds! are cured by It, Charles linger. OAHTOniA. 'Jj'JJ' t m HgMiusy jCCFr TVZ-CUcAdM Use NVbfoot Corn Cure. Xo , piiri IHI tin V. Kill KhI.i h( Kb. 1 r-M(l ,-,, Meany I the leading tailor, and pays the highest rash price for fur skins. ' - ' WANTED, J - - .v-.- $ 10 to $S fKT CcK f lir MICIl Uflil WOlllCfl for easy hm Wtrtt. No book or ' canvassing, K txperlcnca. Ilona fl'l offer. K'b Catch. Send stamp for j wlk and particulars). E. HE KM ANN, :i3 S Sixth strset. Philadelphia. Pa. FOR KS NT. poll HK.NT A front room nicely fur nished. Imiulre 241 liond strvvt, city. Full liKNT- Tbrre or four furnished dm. ins. suitable for light house-keeping. Iii'iulre at Crow's Dallery. FOR It KNT -Three or four rooms, with hoard. Mrs K. C, llolden. corner '.nil and Puane streets. FOIl UKNT-Three furnished room with or without board. Apply lsi fth treet. FOR HAI.K. JAI'A.S'KSK lUKit'H Fireworks Just out -Just received Just what you want -at Wing Lee's, ' street. fIJ Commercial Cedar Shingles SIOASIPE Ll'MItlOlt YARD. OFFICIO JW1 COMMERCIAL ST B.F.ALiLiEjN&SON Wall Pw. Aftl.u' MilsrUlt. Paints. Olli. (jlsst, etc, Jspsatts Matting', Ruga ani Baaiboo Goods Jftj Cl mmerclal Htrcet. A. V. ALLKN, DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provision, Fruits Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies. Cor. Tenth and Comraarcla streets. AHTOHIA IKON WOHKM Cooroaly St., fool of Jackaos. Aalorl General Machinists and Boiler Makesr Land ant Marina Enzlnas. Bollw work. Steam boat and Cannaty Work SpUlt)r. CaaUazt of All Daacrlpttona Mada to Ordtf oa soon noaca. John Fox.. ,, President and Bupsrtntandant A U- Fox Vis President O. B. Praal Bacretary First National Bank, TrsMursr Report of tno Condition or tu ASTORIA NATIONAL BANK AT ASTORIA, In the Stale of Oregon, st ths cloae of buslneaa, Octobar , IWO. RKaOUHCZS. Loans and discounts. 1100,412 7it Overdrafts, secured and iiriseonred .... 667 OS I!. 8. bonds to secure clreulallon, ..., U fc0 1X1 Premiums on II H boada-. Ijvis on Hloeks, securities, eUj,..M II. MA Banking-house, furnliure and lUliirva IM 01 Othar real eatato and morlgagui owned 1,000 00 mi iroiii naiiiuiul uuma (not ressrv sitenU) 5,,'iM 7 Due irom ilw DsuKs sua nsnksrs.., 4,719 t IMih from approved reserve agent 6,:fy0 A4 Checks and other cash :cwn l,87n In Notts nf other National banks ttW 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels. and cents DM M Lawful Moszr Rzatsvz is Bask, viz: Specie 11240 M Leiral-tiidr nolo irU) 00 lMiB N Hedeinption fund with (I.H. Tremurcr (6 per cent, nf clrciilHtlon) ...,...,.. Wi N 1'otaL tni9,;rs Mt LIASIMTI KS, CspltHl stork paid In w.ono no Murpliis fund g.unu oo Undivided brents, leas ex pen e and taxes imlil 8,124 Vi National bank notes uutstundliiK line to other National Hanks Individual deposit sulijeet In check- M,8'J8 27 Demand certificates of de posit o.47 95 8,000 00 Time ceitillcatss iirdepoiit 88,7'JA 411 tlfm 71 Total .... H0..t;:I 83 BtRle of Orexnu, County of ClsUnp, ta: I, J. Y. Illuiflns. civdilcr of ths sImivh niirneil hnnk, do solemnly swear thut the above tntenieiit Is trus to the best of my kuowls lxe and Iwllei. J K. IIKIOINS. (Juililer Hu"serllHd and sworn lo liefme ma tins iflth day of October, IrtKf. (i. V. KUII'ON. NZAL,j Notary Public for Oregon, Correct Attest: f, K WAItRRN. C. H. Wltmil'l', VDIrsetor .. R. L. Boyle & Co. Real Estate loans and investments .lr... COMMHUCIAI, nr. "The Louvre" AS TONUS I.OKbCOIH ENTERTAINMENT HALL a noons rins Music. lawia nf All Kinds. Two. Magnlltraut liars, tVERTTHIXO rinsr-mss ' n-j .-j r t.j.. n.w. I .."". J ' ' STMITI.Y OHSKHVKII. c. a. hanson Cash Grocer COMMERCIAL STREET ROSS HIGGINb & CO Grocers, : and : Butchers Astoria aai Uppsr Asiuria tins T snJ f oi. TM tll. tkuastdc n4 TrupKsl f-rultt, VtlaM, Su(r CutJ Hsai. lUtua. tic. ChoL Freh anJ Salt Meat. IM71 I N)f l.utukatlng OILS A Specialty. Fisfyer Brothers, Sell ASTUflA, Ship Chitml lerv Hani wit re, Iron Stf't'l, Coal, ItrotvriVi Si I'rnvUiotiH,. Flour. t Mill Ke.'.l, Painta, Oils, Vnriiifliiw. Luors Supplies, Fairbank's Scalps, Poors it Windows, Agricultural 1 in jilpmn Wagons it Vehicles. The Palace Cafe Is the Place for a Good Meal... Eastern Oysters la the shell or can Served to Order or Sold at Retail WW. WHIPPLE THE PALACE the rspri VJCI I... A RESORT FOR Corner Co mmerclal and nth St GENTLEMEN ALEX CAMPBELL, Prof. .SNAP A KODAK. at anj man oomlng nut of our store and you'll get a portrait of a man brimming over WIUi pleasant tlioiiKlits. Such quality In ths liquors we bare to offer are snouith to pleats any rata. COMB" AND TRY THBVt HUGHES & CO. Emil Schacht ARCHITECT CEO. NIC0LL, Assistant. OFFICK: Kopp's Is! ew Brewery SEASIDE SAWMILL A complete stock of lumber on hand In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rus tic, celling, and all kinds of finish: mouldings snd shingles; also bracks! work done to order. Terms reasonable and pvleea at bedrock. All orders promptly attended to. Office and yard at mill. H. F. L. LOOAN. 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