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f THE DAILY AST0U1AN, THURSDAY MORNlSfl, DKOKMHKK 17, ISUfi. WESTON BY THE SER McKinley and Good Times! Now Is Your NEW TODAY! opportunity IVoplo who htive In vn hoarding away tlirir money mo now buying , Sitnated in Clatsop Coanty , Hear Astoria NOW being sold in "tracts of all sizes. Bond for deed given with everv purchase. . . . Each buyer has a chance for the CAPITAL PRIZE. For particulars call on Ladies' Misses' and Child's SWEATERS Columbia Harbor Land Co. CORNER... BOND and ELEVENTH STS. Maa on application. .LOTS Warrenton and Warrenton Park At Special Prices T". E. Z. FERGUSON, Trustee ASTORIA, Misses. Youth's and Children's GCHOOL JHOES- Ladies' and Gents Autumn Footwear Rubbers, Rubber Boots, Etc. John Hahn & Co. An Wan 479 Commercial St White Metal Celluloid Goods Sec the Display at Fancy Goods Couater of Choice Novelties lo White Metal aal Celluloid Goods Albert Duntar S1QNAL SERVICE REPORT. YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. Maximum temperature, 45 degrees. Iflnlmum temperature, M degrees. Precipitation, none. Total precipitation from September 1st, ISM, to date, 41. 4 Inches. Excess of precipitation from Septem ber 1st, 189i, to date, 15.47 Inch. TODAY'S WEATHER. Portland. Or, December It For Or egon, probable rain In Western por tiona, fair weather In Eastern portions. For Washington, fair weather, except probable rains on the coast. TO BIADIU.-The "Dally Aatorlaa" atalna twtoa as mack nadlag aMUr a nay attar panar nnbllshao! ta Astoria. It Is tha only p. par that sn.aata Its roadars with a daily telaffrmpkW report. TO ADTERTISERS.-Tka "Dally Aa rlaa" haa more than twlca a. many ra.d en as aay etnar nanar published ta Asto ria. It Is therefor mors taaa twloa as valaablo as aa advertising isdlaai. 8 lata of Oragon. Coanty of Clataop.) W, tha nndaralgned, local asnaagare roapaotlTaly of the Western Union and Yeatnl Telegraph oompao!, haraby eer Ur that tha "Dally Aatorlaa" is the only pa par published la Astoria which now re solves, or at say Una daring oar control at said aOtoes has received, a tclcgraphle preu report. B. D. JOHNSON, Manager W. V. T. Co. J. R. CLAKK, Manager Postal Tel. Co. AROUND TOWN. Buy your Groceries at 10th and Duane street. Just received Lowney's chocolates, at The Spa. Mr. Walter Rldehalgh has returned from Tillamook. You can get the best potatoes at 10th and Duane street Born To the wife of C. B. Smith, a son, Tuesday night A. F. C. dance at Foard A Stokes' Hall December 21st. Miss Mae Denney, of Portland, Is vis iting friends in the city. Mrs. F. M. Gunn is expected to return from Idaho in a few days. Engineer G. B. Hegardt was over from Fort Stevens yesterday. Just think, 72 Christmas tree candles for 10c this week at C. B. Smith's. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dament have gone to Taroma to spend the holidays. v e-1 Johnson, of Foard & Stokes, has gon-i to Chinook on a week's vacation. Private theatricals are being arrang ed in some quarters for holiday amuse ment Low Price Store Is selling 18.00 navy blue, velvet collar double cape mackin toshes at 15.00 Judge Cleveland says "Don't give In to trouble, and nine times out of ten you will conquer it" Don't miss the A. F. C. ball on the 21st at the opening of the neyir Foard & Stokes hall. Mrs. John W. Phillips and son, Char lie, of Ilwaco, visited with friends in Astoria yesterday. The latest for the winter tailor girl Wanted I Your tea trade from now on. Schilling's Best wants it VOUr money back if yOU ' A ' 11 -t. UUIl I llri.C 1U A Schilling ft Coapuy San frucucs .. g or STUART BROS., Nnles Agent OREGON ... On the QUEEN HEATER appears In large letter, "Queen." None genuine without It. Beware of Imita tion. We are sole agent (or the "Queen." FISHER BROTHERS H. EKSTROM Jeweler 560 Commercial St., Astoria. Or. a nxe iixe or Watches, Diamonds GOLD AND SILVER JCnElRT. CLOCKS E.1BRCLUS. riRSES. STERLING NDrUTED nRE. Suitable tor Christmas Presents, at Very Low Prices. Ever; Article Tarchsscd EsgrsTed rrte. Is a snort Jacket that looks almost like an ordinary waist. THREE SIZES OP QUEEN HEAT- ers now In stock and for sale only by Fisher Brothers. Captain Ashbury, and City Surveyor Bell leave this morning for their Can non Beach ranch. August Johnson. Chinook, and Aug ust Hllstrom, of Blind Slough, were In the city yesterday. Babies in the toy shops and bablee in the photographers' proclaim that Christmas Is at hand. John Quinn, of Qulnn's Landing, and F. Bartoldus and family, of Walluski, are visiting In the city. If you want any of those fine tree ornaments at C B. Smith's you had better get them this week. Yesterday, as the Irishman says, was a grand fine day but the knowing ones I predict snow for Christmas. Dr. T. L. Ball, dentist. Teeth ex tracted without pain. Price reasonable. No. 662 Commercial street Harbor Master R. Lemon, of Port land, who has been visiting In the city, returned home last night. Operator C. A. Anson, of the Portland office. Is temporarily assisting Manager Johnson, of the Western Union. It Is reported that the pet parrot ot the Bachelor's Club, died the other day. leaving a vacancy that will be hard to AIL We offer all our cast Iron stoves at 10 per cent below cost. The latest air tight stoves also on hand at 431 Bond street Christmas tree decorations, the finest assortment In the city. Candles, ten cents a box, all sizes, at Griffin & Reed's. Miss Clara Hutton, sister of Mrs. Dr. Estes, and well known In this city, was married last evening In St. Joe, Missouri. Books, all kinds, sizes and styles. In neat and tasty bindings, the finest as sortment ever shown In the city, at Griffin & Reed's. The Hon. John Fox, who returned from San Francisco yesterday, says that business seems to be improving In the Bay City. Money to loan In email sums on gold watches, family Jewels, diamonds, etc. Call from 2 to 5 p. m., at room , the Mansell building. The magnificent china tankard, re cently painted by Miss Belle Trulllnger, It Is understood will be raffled for dur ing the holidays. Mrs. 0. G. Root, Mrs. J. C. Dement's mother, who has been visiting for some time In the city, returned last night to her home in Seattle. Don't place your expectations of Chrl,itma Present too high. You may have to put your foot In your stocking to find anything in it. r- ti ci,i, - .. , i - " "c .ouioncr, just received his shipment of Gunther can dies for Christmas. You will do well to place your orders at once. An entertainment Is to be given next Tuesday night at the Columbia Opera House for the benefit of Mrs. Gus. Iver son, whose husband recently died. Call and see the Queen air-tight heat er at Howell & Ward's before buying; they can save you money both on the price of the stove and wood consumed. Xmas week ta wayt one for amuse. rnents and the A. F. C. will start thlngi ngs going by giving a dance In Foard & Coffee 5c, Woodcock's, 674 Com'l St. The Largest and LADIES GENTS In the City at BOTTOM PRICES C. H. COOPER Stokes' Hall on Monday, Pet-ember list, and the vaudeville show on New Year's Eve. J. W. Walker, Ilwaco; D. Ackerman, Kentucky; Thomas. Boyle. Helena; C. Ahlers, Seaside; and H. Kllnt, of Gray's River, are registered at the Parker House. Before purchasing, don't fail to see those celebrated air-tight stoves at Foard A Stoke.' They have them In a I dosen different styles, and every pos sible else. Regular W. C T. U. today at 1 o'clock at Rescue hall parlors. All holding pe tition blanks arc requested to bring them to compare notes. Strangers wel come. If you have not decided on what to send your Eastern friends, a handsome calendar, booklet or Christmas card will nil the bill. We have them; Griffin A Reed. Christmas packages to be sent by mall should be carefully done up lest the precious gifts contained therein are strewn among the heterogeneous mat ter in the mall bags. Don't forget that the Low Price Store has the only perfect fitting wrappers. the handsomest line of Jackets and capes, and Is selling them at wholesale prices. 491 Bond street. It was whispered around yesterday that Adolph Johnson Is to be married during the holidays. All the other bachelors are anxious to learn who will be selected as best man. It was reported last evening that Mrs. Scholfteld, of East Astoria. Is rapidly improving. Her mother, Mrs. Corne lius, of Washington county, arrived yesterday on a visit with her. The entire force at Ross. Hlgglns & Co.'s were busy all day shipping sup plies to the British ships Heathfleld, Rollo, Agnes Oswald, Lamaoa, Cham-1 pion, and the German ship Carl. Messrs. H. G. Smith, W. J. Belcher, R. Burnett, and J. R. A. Bennett As toria's favorites, have been engaged by the A. F. C. one night only. Don't miss hearing them In the latest songs of the day. Knowing one predict that next sum- I day afternoon. The men had their slg mer will be the most successful season ! nala down aivl played a clt'an' 8nal'Py ever seen in this city, both in all UnesiKame- A" Saturday draw nT ln,"r of genera business and real estate. As toria, it Is said, will be the boss town on the Pacific coast. Mr. SherifT Hare's gray eagle, which has proved to be a white elephant on his hands, was yesterday given his lib erty. The royal bird sailed away to the woods on Smith's point, and it is to be hoped that he will not be re captured. The Society Minerva met last night, and a splendid program was rendered, the debate being, "Should a reform In women s Dress Be Instituted?" The leaders were O. J. Settem and Mrs. Pe dersen. Mrs. Pedeisen, protecting her sex and dress, carried the house by a large majority. Mike Jacob, San Francisco; T. H. Curtis, John Fox. city: A. F. Rosrers. E. W. Murphy, W. P. Smith, D. R. Strauss, Portland; J. Nathan, New York; Mrs. Zimmerman, Miss Lilian Sutherland, Fort Canby, and Mrs. Wm. Turnbull, Ocean Park, registered at the Occident yesterday. An entertainment will be given at the Columbia Opera House, on next Tues day evening, for the benefit of Mrs. Gus. Iveraon. The ladle having this enter-' taiiiment In charge are among the most I experienced In affairs of this sort, and , there could be no better nor more en-! Joyable way to spend an evening than ,.,..,.,. j , by attending this charitable entertain-! ment Mr. J. R. Gllstrap, of the firm of R. I L. Boyle & Co., yesterday returned from j a week's absence In Portland. Mr. Gil-1 strap reports that business Is picking up In the real estate line, and that dur- ing the past few days they have sold; twenty-three Astoria lots. anuci- mi Best Selection of and CHILDREN'S HANDKERCHIEFS The Leading House of Astoria. Whatever else you do between now and Christmas, be sure and see our beautiful novelties in perfumes before buying any gifts for your friends. Mind you, we do not say buy of us. we merely say. see what we have be- fore you buy, and then do as you choose oTHKUS The captain of the above about the place you purchase. Of na,,ied Hi,p ,vi not to responsible for course we have an Idea about whatjy tl,.M or debts contracted by any tne result win be after having exam- Ined our varied stock, but that need not In any way Influence your choice. We are showing our goods with the understanding that we wish no one to purchase unless we make It their best interest to do so. We have in stock an elegant line of novelty perfumes In cut glass bottles, all new styles, never put on the market before, and filled with the choicest perfumes made by Adolph Spieler and Solon Palmer, the best manufacturers of perfumes In America; also a full line of Imported ex tracts by Lubin, Roger and Gallet, Ed. Plnaud of Parts and the Crown Ter fumery Company of London, who are known to be the leading perfumers of the world, and some of their entirely new orders In our stock are Metsukita, Orchlda, f'eau de Sprague, L Iris Blanc, Bouquet des Amours, Vera Vio letta. Violet de Parm, Parqulnta Lilly, Aurora Lily and QUEEN OK VIOLETS. We also carry the largest line of toilet soaps of any house west of the Itocky Mountalna (that Is not a wholesale house.) We have forty gross ranging in price from 40 cents per dozen to tl a cake, 12 gross of tooth brushes at from 5 cents to 50 cents each. Our 60c brushes generally sell for 75c. 24 dozen hair brushes at from 15c to IT earh: bath brushes from 50c to 12 each: also an endless variety of lather brushes and shoe brushes, and hundreds of other articles too numerous to mention, and all at the lowest cash prices. We take pleasure In showing goods, wheth er you buy or not, knowing, after ex amining our stock and prices, you will call when In need of anything In our line. CHARLES ROOEItS, Druggist Odd Fellows' building, Astoria. pates a heavy business after the holi days. Mr. Boyle is still busily engaged In Idaho. The first eleven of the Astoria Foot ball Club had another practice yester- est becomes greater and the men, r -al-lzlng that they must play against a better team, are working hard. Coach Eastland is well satlafled with the team's work. If you wish to save money In buying your Christmas presents, be sure and go to the Palace Jewelry Store, 466 Commercial street, as the business will be discontinued on January 1st and the entire stock consisting of watches, clerks, silverware, novelties, cut glass. decorated China ware, eye glasses and spectacles must be closed out regard less of cost. Fixtures are also for sale cheap. Fully one hundred men are hard at work along the Alderbrook water front, cutting wood for their winter's use. During the recent freshet hundreds of cords of wood and about two thousand shingle bolts from the Cowlitz river were thrown up on the beach. It was an Interesting sight yesterday to see these men cutting huge logs Into stove wood lengths, and rolling them up the beach to their homes. They used a large Instrument like a pair of Ice tongs with which to drag the logs along. In the early dawn yesterday morning 'he Milkmaid and Brisk, which were coming Into the city on their usual run wth milk, met with a serious accident at 5 o'clock, off Elmore's cannery. Both boat were making good speed, the ....... i .i Brisk being about 200 feet ahead of the Milkmaid. A big log was floating in the water, and in the darkness the Brisk struck It a glancing blow, immediately whistling for the Milkmaid to stop. The captain of the latter boat, not thinking there could be anything s.-rious, only slowed up, but ran Into the log. bow on; the blow tore away the entire front part or tne nont. and by the time she K otHild get her mwe pointed toward I ho shore- there a foot of water III the hold. The Milkmaid was run under the net ricks, and high up on the bench, and by the time she arrived there she was full of water and the Area out. Hu lerlntendent Lyman ami Proprietor Wilson were passenger on the liont, and the latter gentleman picked Mr. Ly man up and carried him to a place of safety. Itepu Irs were Inini.ilmtcly ootii muicvd, and II Is thouitlit the Mllkimild w ill be ready for hor regular run today or toimrrw. Sill I' HKATHFIK1.P. WARNING TO MERCHANTS AND OTHKKS The captain of the aliove- illumed ship will not Ik- responsible for I any debt or debts eotitruoted by any i momU-i- of his crew except un his written authority. Astoria, I Hi-ember is, ISM. l. NKMI, MASTER SHIP AGNES OSWALD. j WAIININO TO MERCHANTS ANI nienllM.r ot his crew except upon his wrtttcn authority. Astoria. IVeember 1. im. P. McKKNZIK, Master. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. In the recorders' office yesterday the lowing deeds wen (lied for record: Sarah llyrd to Hanna Cairns, tract of land described by m.-ets and bounds, S3 acres, section 10, township (, rangs 10 West t United States to Harry Ander :oo son southeast quarter of south east quarter, section 2S; and nnrtlx-a.it quarter of north west quarter, and north half of northeast quarter, section S3, township 7 north, range ( west. 160 acres, patent John M. Cres and w ife to It It. Narniway, south half of south east quarter section 6; north Ibilf of northeast quarter sec tion 7; and northeast quarter sectlion 1H, township 7 north, range west, 320 acres Geo. Hartley to P. O'Hiira. undl- vldul one-half Interest In north half southeast quarter; north east quarter of southwest quar ter; Lot 6, except rrrtaJn por tion, section 6, township 4 north, range 10 went Mary ('iisarlgola to T. S. Corne lius, north half Uit 5, Klock 39, Adair's I'pimt Astoria 200 THE II KATH FIELD. The lirltlkh ship Henthlleld. Captain P. McKenzle, from Kobe, Japan, arrlv eil in the harbor yesterduy after hav ling had an uneventful though very stormy passage, Captain MrKenzle has his daughter with him, and reports that he soiled from Japan November 17. "We had rough weather all the way. Inaone storm our ballast was shifted, and In another our malntopsull was blown to blazes, and Is probably flying yet. When carried away It made a re port like a shot from a gun, and you may be sure that the gale was a bad one when 1 tell you that my canvass was the best I ever saw put Into wills since the beginning of my career on the ocean." The Heathfleld Is not chartered and will probably remain In Astoria some little time. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that the un dersigned have duly qualified In the county court of the state of Oregon for Clatsop county, as executors of the last will and testament of John Hob son, deceased, and all persons having claims against the estate of said de ceased must present the same, duly verified, to such executors at the office of Fulton Brothers, Attys., In the city of Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon, within six months from this date. Astoria, Dec. 15th, 1S96. C. W. FULTON, G. C. FULTON, Executors. Great Britain's new cruiser Talbot, which Is to replace the Maglclenne on the North American station, will great ly strengths the fleet, as she Is twice the size of the vessel she replace, and has a much more powerful armament. The old way of delivering messages by postboys compared with the modern telephone. Illustrates the old tedious methods of "breaking" colds compared lwlth tnelr lt Instantaneous cure by One. Minute Cough Cure. Chas. Rog- res. Salton Sea .Salt for baths at the Estes-Conn Drng Store 10c and 25c per package. Meany Is the leading tailor, and navs the highest cash price for fur skins. ah of our Coats, Caps and Jackets will be closed out at one-half of Original Price. Now is the time to buy your girl a . . . nice coat or cape Remember that prices on these lots, side of the buy. within a stono's throw people are now living, will be advanced TWO DRV DOCKS FOR TOE PACIFIC (Continued from Klul I'nso ) I'utii-t Sound snd the other In the neighborhood of San Frunclaco. If the coiiKrnlonal re preseiilatlVeB from these sections make the right kind of .kil effort, they are likely to secure the selection of the points named for the ereat work. A naval officer connected with the docking service said, In speak ing of these mills to your corre.ond ent today: "This dN-k quesllon ought lo to Set tled right away. The corrosion of steel plat ik Is so rapid Unit Injury results lo battleships unless they are docked .n an average wet v six months. takes now four days ur more lo dork. clean and paint a vessel, and at this rate only fortv-flva vrwsels could be taken care of every six months at one dock, to say nothing of the more ex tensive repairs which frequently have to le made. The experience of the Texas allows thul a single vessel may iH-cupy a dock for weeks. If we are to have a fleet of from sixty to seventy war ships, and this now seems a mod erato estimate, and there an to lie thiwe auxiliary vessels In the shape of trans ports, tenders ami colliers for 'Very war vessel, the government wilt lutvs to dork nearly three hundred vessels every six months, and our present prv vision for that work Is simply trilling with a great ne-id. "The hastetiliiM oft the work on a. battleship by a single 1eets. When It Is considered that the! armored cruiser New York requires an I i-nitlay of a luur-inlllkm dollars a year for maintenance, coal. crew. etc.. It wllljANKSE Good, for Christmas and tho be seen that aay delay In It. repair I ". w'n L'. M5 Commcr- whi-n incapacitated Is pretty expenslv. i While It Is not prol-ulde that any one! ngtves will authorise so extensive t work as has been outlined, It Is tltne work was begun, and It Is better that ! un elaborate and comprehensive system should lx planned and carried out by ' plec-meaj." CAITAIN DAVIS Did WNK1. Mailer of the Delcalriilr Missing Since lat Monday Night Captain Davis, of the Krlllsh ship P--li .ill nle, w ho came ashore lut M oi d.k.v, has Ixi-n inlaallig slnti- early Mon day evening. The nILo authorities :u.l others have made careful search through the city, but failed to find the captain. At 7 o'clock last evening It was reported that Mr. Wright, of the Occident, had seen and talked wit vU within half an hour. Later Invent! gallon, however, proved that he had mistaken another captain for Pavls. From the best Information produced i up lo 2 o'clock this morning the evi dence seems to show- tl-ut Captain Da-1 vis Tuesday night was se n to pass the !eton on or Bbou, November . UK. on Parker House by the clerk and It Is the route from that point to tha Cc suppos.il that he went on board the. iautlle River, touching at all Intarm. Empire to signal his ship which lay In the stream opposite. The next morn ing a hat was found and thrown onto the dock, which corresponds to the de scription, even to the lining, to the one worn by the captain. One of the men aUiut the steamer Is said to have re- txirted that he heard a splosh In the water dsrlng the night but paid no par tlculur attention to It. The whole clr rumstani-e Is a peculiar one, and If the captain has not been drowned acoi lentally, aa Is the supposition, he h been foully dealt with, or Is taking rest where no one can find him. THE FINNISH WOMEN'S FAtlt The Women's Handiwork Association tt the Finnish Church intends lo hold a fair for the benefit of the church on Saturday, the Wth tnst, at the Finnish Temperance Hall, In Unlontown. This fair promises to be one uf the most enjoyable events of the season. There will In speeches In the Finnish, Swedish and English languages, besides songs, declamations, etc. The many articles of uw-ful and fancy work made by the ladles will be put up at auction, and this will be one of the most entertain ing features of the occasion. The doors will be open at 7:30 o'clock, the ad mission will be free, and a cordial In vitation Is extended to all friends of the church to be present VOLUNTEERS CALLED. Topeka, Kan., Di-cember 16. Itlchnrd Talbot, claiming to be the authorized agent of the Cuban Junta, today opened an office here, unfurled the Cuban llag along with the stars and stripes, and Is sued a call for 600 volunteers to take the field for Cuban Independence. A citizens' muss meeting, at which Governor-elect Iwly will preside, will !e held here Friday night to manifest sym- atny with the Cubans. HE- IS A GOOD SHOT. Georgetown, S. C December 18. The (.resident and party spent this morninir hunting ducks on the southern extrem- SHANAHAN BROS. At The Only Place in which are the best situated on tha west of tlto Warreiiton depot, and where 0 January I. MM. Ity of South Island. Ihclr icwuid being I.mi birds, of which the president t.rotiKlit down sUly-one. Prssldriil t lex eland bImi Joined th deer drive. Put te of Hie hunters got a shot, ow- Iiik lo high walyr on the Island. IIAMIKI' IN Ul'TMY. Wheeling, W. Vs., PecemUT " Captain-General Weyler was hanged In effigy this niornlng. ROYAL issuing iowdcr. Highest of ll la IcMvtnlnf Btrtnglh -V. a. tlavammasl Ransrl In Australia the growing of wheal r the share system Is rapidly r lending. To curs all old sores, lo heal an Indo lent ulcer, or t" speedily cure piles, you It! need simply apply leVltts Witch lla- el Halve according to dlra.-tl.ma. Its j maglo-Mks action will surprise you. naa. nog. OABTOnXA. Uhb NWbfoot Com Cure. No curt no imy. For hh1 hi Kates-Conn Druir Store. run HINT. FOB RKNT-Three room house oppo site court houss. Astoria !.and In- ;veslment Co.. SM Commercial street Four rooms to rent ISSl Kichango I street. Adolph Johnson. rOR BALK. ALL KINDS OF FANCY AND JAP- clal street . s LCUflr IimiTieS ( , , SEASIDE LUMPER TAHP. OFFICE 155 COMMERCIAL ST. C. P. KJAERBYE, M.A..M.D. . rnrsuux and mimed (iraduatrd from Copenhagen Univer sity. Specially, Female Plseas--.. No. !S0 Commercial street, SharuthaA lliilldlng. Hours, 10-12 a. m : 2-4 and 7-1 p. m. NORTH PACIFIC iSteamship Company's Will be dispatched from Portland, Or- dtate points as Inducements offer, and will remain permanently on that rout making regular trips. For rates or other Information apply at offices of the company, Worcester Block, Portland, Oregon, or 121-123 Da vis street, Pan Francisco. NEIL GILMOItE. Agent. Main Street Dock, Astoria, l7a 1891 Fisfyer Brothers, Sell ASTORIA Lubricating OILS A Specialty Ship Chandelery, Hardware, Trnn & Stfel, Coal, Groceries A Provision,, Flour A Mill Few!, Paints, Oils. Varnishes. Loggers Supplies, Fairbanks Scales, Doors & Windows, Agricultural Implement Wagons A Vehicles. Astoria and Columbia. River Railroad TIME CARD. Trains leave Seaside for Astoria at - 7:30 a. m. and 2 p. m. dally. Trains leave Astoria for Flavel at 9 a. m. and 4 p. m. dally. Trains .leave Astoria for Seaside at 10:80 a. m. and 4 p. m. dally. Trains leave FJnvol for Astoria at :40 a. m. and 2:58 p. m. dally. Astoria to Get Them.