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I'jliiJ DAILY AifORIAN. ASTOEIA. UJiDAY MOEtflNG. .FEBRITAItY M. iva
Istonan-Colniabian FuMisiins Companj.
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Tb AgTOBtAir guarantees to lu advertisers
Ibe larxeot circulation of any newspaper pub-
TBuea ou iue uoiuinoiu mver.
In future nil llonm of local Interest forwarded
to ttila ollice must; be addresaod to ilie
Local weather for the twenty-four
hours ending' at 6 p. m., yesterday, fur
nished by the V. 8. department of agri
culture, weather bureau:
Maximum temperature CO desrreeg.
Minimum temperature, W degrees.
Precipitation, 1.32 lnchea.
Total precipitation from July 1st, 18D2
to date, 48.50 Inches.
Deficiency of precipitation from July
1st, 1892, to date. 1.81. Inches.
. This paper has tlu largest Circulation
on the Columbia river.
An honest and complete telegraphic re
port gives a newnpaper a right and title to
the name. Tlie news of the world, freih
evert morning at your breakfast table, is
what you can find in tlu Astorian. It
holds the exclutive teUgraphiO franchise,
and Us service it improving daily.
RE VENOE AT ANY PMCE.
The Oresonlan Is daied. Its senses are
stunned by the horrible fact that It Is no
, longer the Ood of Oregon, or the Moses
of Its people. Listen to Us heartrending
, V. ...... 1 t fit 1 ni (1 11
UtmUIKJIUVllMl CU1 lilt) BVBin) . l
fall away from Its eyes:
"Two of the pilot commissioners are
again given to Astoria, and 'independent
pilotage' on the river Is made compul
sorv at hlirh rates. This means that
everything possible will be done to bur
den with heavy charges, and with various
difficulties, vessels that would come to
Portland. Somehow It is supposed by thj
legislature that obstruction of commerce
to and from Portland will benefit the
state; or. If that is not possible, at least
It will Injure Portland, and that Is reason
enough. By this act, on additional charge
of 160,000 'a year Is loaded upon the com
merce of the Columbia river, and the
legislature, persuaded by emissaries from
Astoria, where this money extorted from
commerce Is to be absorbed. Is led to be
lleve It a proper thing. There IS no won
der that Oregon is a difficult state to do
hnalnMS in: there la no wonder that 1th
progress Is slower than that of any other
state with equal or nan its resource
Business Is burdened In every possible
way by law below, the Intelligence ot
three centuries ago, and Oregon, .so han
dlcapped, so loaded down by stupidity,
so cursed with an indolent and Ignorant
und unenterprising population, led by
cheap demlgogues, inevitably falls bjlo
- the other states In development and prog
res. This is meant to be plain speech
It Is necessary. The whole efforts of th
state, through Its legislation, and other
wise, for twenty-five years, has been s
to burden business (hat business coul
not be done here with advantage an
profit.' The consequence Is seen in th
way that other states leave Oregon be
hind. In the course of flttoe.
or twenty years, It may occur to tlu
Willamette Valley or Eastern Oregon far
mer to ask why the price of his whes
should be cut down that a few mor
"alleged" pilot schooner arrived In harbo,
Astoria saloons.'' '
Let us digress. Yesterday morning ou
'"alleged" pilot schooner arrived In habo
a flier three .weeks' battling with th
fiercest storms that ever blew. For four
teen days of that time the pilots were It
momentary fear of death. Sleepless lgl
lance, and perfect navigation of the fral
craft through the trough of every sea
were all that kept her from going to th
bottom. Night after night, tired out to
exhaustion, these "loafers," "drunkards'
and "boozers" kept anxious watch, pac
lns thfr deck In the bitter cold and anow
through the long continued hurricane
They reached home yesterday, thoroughly
weakened and unstrung.
We' all know these men, Hardy, bright
sailors who mission Is to risk all that lift
. holds dear, day after day, off the rough
est coast In the world, in order that ships
tha', come Into unknown seas may be
brought safely Into port. Maddened Into
stupidity the Oregonlan, with its grand
name, Its countless chances for. doing
gooa.ns power ana in wbjio. utw-r 10 lie
ami call mem orunKarus ana upiesuune
tramps. Have these men who write so
glibly ever smelt salt waterT Have they
ever seen tha sea? Would they step
down and out from their monumental
ciock tower and risk their lives every
day in tha week- that their fellow beings
might see their homes again?
Bhnme on the organ that seeks Its puny
revenge for defeat all along the line by
Vith each series of fifty
single or otherwise! on the fast and favorite steamer
Telephone, between Portland and Seaside, the As
toria Ileal Estate Exchange will give free one lot 5'v
hurling untruthful, slanderous epithets
on those who live their days out es hon
est, bravo American citizens should do.
Shcme on the cowardly scribblers who
under tho cover of a onco powerful name,
stoop so low as to bring their honor In
to a gravo too deep for resurrection.
The president elect has had proclama
tlons Issued In his name without authority
and has consented to them by silence,
ho has not reached two extensive and lm-
nortant determinations. The first is that
the great pressing business question 1
the silver question, and tho tariff reform
urgency Is secondary to it. The second Js
that, the Sherman silver law not being re
pealed, he will call an extra session of
congress, with special reference to flnnn
clal reform, 1
Take the two propositions together, the
meaning Is that Cleveland breaks with
the party that elected him, and will do it
speedily, peremptorily and conclusively as
the lapse of time and the connection of
circumstances will permit.
Mr Cleveland is in disagreement with
the great majority of his own party on
the silver question. He may apply the
whole power of his administration, and
yet will llnd two-thirds of the democrats
of this und the next congress vehemently
opposed to the stoppage of the purchase
of silver unless there Is substituted for
It Borne scheme that means more silver
and more paper than under the present
If Mr. Cleveland calls an extra session
of congress to take charge of financial
reform, he will find the republican vote
necessary In order to prevent the passage
of a free coinage bill over his veto.
The one question upon which a majority
of thoee who voted for him may be ral
lied Is that touching the tariff. ' A lower
ing of duties In the name of tariff reform,
however mechanical, horizontal,, unrea
sonable and unprofitable to the people,
would receive the support of the bulk
the bones and brains of the democratic
Mr. Cleveland's policy of calling an ex
tra session of congress for financial re
form, is a threat that he will refuse to
be guided by a majority of those who
have elected him; and prepares a way
for Vice-President Stevenson to become
the real representative of the party on
tho question It cares most about. Mr,
Cleveland breaks on the cold, gray, silver
Will the MlBoourl Baptist Conference
kindly explain how the prompt delivery
of a gentleman's supply of clean linen
and underwear Is "Inimical to the civil
and religious Institutions of our people,"
simply because that gentleman happens
to be of the order of "Molchlsedek" in
other words, a clergyman of another faith
Yet this Is what they have done sent
a protest to President Harrison, com
plaining against the expediting of the ex
amination of the baggage of Mere. Satolll
and O'Connell, and Dr. Puce, on their
arrlvul In New York from Europe a
messengers from Pope Leo to the Cath
olics of this country. Surely, if cleanli
ness Is next to Godliness, the M. C. C.
should encourage and aid the wearing ol
clean linen by everybody, Irrespective of
Senator Fulton's election to the presi
dency of the senate has been productive
of every good -result for his own future
prospects, and the city he halls from.
Astorlnns have every cause to feel proud
if his success, for It was their own. . He
promised his friends when he left here
at the beginning of tho session that they
could rely on his efforts. How he has
kept his word we all know.
The Salem Statesman deserves every
credit for its excellent special editions,
the last of which has Just been published,
giving a biography and portrait of every
representative and senator now at the
The communication of "W" published
in another column, certainly seems to us
to present an argument that should have
every weight with the commissioners.
Tropical Kanakas and American clti-
lens win not mix. The word "annexa
tion," as far as It concerns Hawaii is
Coopet'i Annual Sale,
Rules that will govern C. H, Cooper's
Great Annual Sole are as follows.
No goods will be charged except at reg
20 per cent oft on shoes.
10 per cent, off on cotton goods.
10 per cent off on rubber boots and shoes
Everything else 23 per cent off unless
listed goods, such as Starlight yarns.
Cenelmerl kid gloves, Royal WCC cor
sets, Warner' corsets. Standard patterns,
E. and W. collar and cuffs; Beldlng's
ana cutten'a silk. Owing to manufactur
ers' restrictions we are obliged to sustain
prices on same.
round trip tickets sold,
ASTORIA REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, Oaident Hotel Building, AsKvia, Or.
Tliut Diiiiirernn Locality.
The prophecy made by the Aitorian
that somobody would bo hurt on the Ne
halem road at Peterson's place, came
riffir being fulfilled yesterday. Whether
the roaj was put In at an niifrle sloping
toward the beach originally as a new
idea In road building, or with a view to
drainage, nobody but the builders know,
but that, it slopes so now Is a . very cer
tain fact. When Mr. Gibbons' sled drawn
by two powerful horses, and with two
occupants, reached' that place on their
trip to town yesterday, the sled took a
lurch down the slippery puncheon, toward
the river.- The occupants were dumped
unceremoniously down the steep bank to
the beach below, while the combined
strength of the two heavy horses was
taxed to the utmost to keep the sled la
midair over the edjjo of the bank. Luck
ily, the occupants escaped with nothing
more than a severe shaking and a few
bruises. After some trouble the vehicle
was lifted on to the road and brought to
the city in safety. ,
Mrs. Parrell, of Olney, came Into town
yesterday to do a little marketing. Cal
ling at Conn's drug store, she bought a
bottle of whisky, and when the clerk,
who was busy, gave her change, he hand
ed her change for twenty dollars' instead
of ten which she had paid him. Ort find
ing out his mistake a few minutes after
wards, he told Mr. Conn, who followed
the woman and asked her to return the
money, which she refused to do, and after
denying for some time that she had re
ceived more than her legitimate change,
ended by offering one-half In settlement.
Schwab, the clerk, refused to receive
anything less than the whole amount.
She then left the store without paying
anything, and was attempting to leave
town when she was arrested by Officer
McKevltt. She still denied the theft, but
on being brought before Judge Osburn,
found a friend, Mr. P. J. Goodman, who
made good the money to Mr. Conn: She
had a hearing in the police court, and as
as the money had been returned, was let
oft on payment of the costs.
YOU SHOULD READ- THIS.
The popularity of the Union Pacific- Is
best determined by the superior service It
accords to the traveling public in main
taining two dally through trains to
Omaha, St, Paul, Chicago and points east,
thoroughly equipped with al! tho latest
appliances for the comfort and safety of
its patrons besides shortening the distance
materially with its fast trains. The pres
ent train schedule enables passengers to
reach St. Paul seven hours quicker and
Chicago twenty-four hours quicker.
Qmaha and Kansas City and intermediate
points, forty hours quicker than any line
from the 1'uclllc Northwest.
Now that the election Is over and the
business of the campaign has been set
tled. Dr. Mullinlx has settled down to
prolesbional business at his ollice, up
stairs at No. 584 1-2 Third street, and will
give special attention to chronic diseases.
Patronize the Northern Pacific railroad
If you are going East. Low rates of fare,
through tickets, baggage checked to desti
nation. All purchasers of second class
tickets can stoo over at Portland. Kates
of fare same as from Portland. , .
If you have friends In Europe whose
passage you wish to prepay to Astoria,
ail at the Northern rucino oiuce.steamer
Telephone dock, and make, known your
A'unts. Keducea rates via ail me leau-
lng steamship lines. -
9 . ,
All the patent 'medicines advertised In
this pacer, together with the choicest
perfumery, and toilet articles etc., can
be bought at the lowest prices at J. W.
Conn's drug store, opposite Occident hotel,
Handler & Haas, IT First street, Port
land, have on sale the Daily Astorian,
so that visitors neea not miss tneir
morning puper when they are here.
E. W. Kuvkendall. the undertaker, em-
balmer and funeral director, has his par-
ors in tne welch diock, wo. via, water
street. Call up telephone No. 7.
L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising
6 Kent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San Fran
rlBCO, Is our authorized asent. This paper
Is kept on file at his office.
Wine. Lee & Co.carry a full line of Jap
anese and Chinese fancy goods, novelties
und curios. Ladies' underwear made to
order. 623 Third street.
Rlnir Lnnir. 3TJ Third street, carries a
full line of Japanese and Chinese eoods,
novelties, curios, ladles' underwear made
to order, at low prices.
Star Coffee and Chop House. 543 Third
street, meals at all hours, white labor.
Terms .very low. Oscar Peterson, prop.
Parties visiting In Portland can get The
Pally Astorian at Uandley & Haas' news
ttund, IdU First street.
Crow's gallery takes the lead for fine
work. Seee the new samples of Sollo
Cabinets now on exhibition.
The best 33 ladles' fine shoes at P. J.
Goodman & Co.'s Bign of the big Red
Remember the Austin House at the Sea
side la open the year around.
Commencing today.July 29, the rates on
the Union Pacific steamers between As
orla and Portland and Intermediate points
affected, will be $1.00 one way and 1,1.50
round trip, tickets good until used, O, Y.
Lounsberry, Agent, Astoria, Oregon.
Freurh Tansy Wafers.
Ladles will find these wafers Just what
they need, and can be depended upon
every tlma to give relief. Safe and sure,
can. be sent by mall sealed securely.
Price, $2.00 per box. For sale only by J.
W. Conn, corner Second and Cass streets.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
Astoria Real Estate Exchange Excursions.
xlOO leet, in Hill's second addition to Ocean Grove
a lovely, level tract with beautiful gloves and pure
water, ten minutes walk from the beach.
Tickets on sale at office steamer Telephono, at
ATTOUMKJt AT LAW.
oirice-Klimey's new bncK building, eoruer
Third and Ueuevleve streets ; up stairs.
J ?. A.BOWLBY,
A J TOMTY AAD COLTOLOR AT LAW
tfll-e on rlecond Mtreet, - Aatoria, ur.
J Al'lOKNEY AT LAW.
Office In KlnuevS new urU building, over
Astoria National B Uik,
Office over White House Corncrt Astoria, Or
REAL F.STATK AND INSURANCE AOEN'J
Ollice 1U liniiton stret. Anuria, Oregon.
DR.C E. COULTfR,
iTlYdltilAN ANlJ SURGEON-, 4
Oflloe In l'Uvel's brick builJin. OMi at
tended piiiiuptly at an j time nay or night.
D,P,ltY,3WlVANJ&N8Sfe0N. K OM 7.
Olllceover Oaool's Clothing Store, hours, 10 to
W in, 2 to S p, m, 7 toil p in. Uunduy, 10 to 11 lu.
DR h?f afffi a'AD SURGEON.
dpeelal attention to Dlneaiws ol Women and
Surgery. Oltlce over UaiiZlger's itord Astoria.
Surgery by r. J. A. Fultou.
Oltlce 178 Cass street. Hours 10 to 12 aud 1 to 4.
J ruYjllflANUhUE'A ACCOUCHEUR.
Office, rooms 8, 4ver Astoria NHtlonaiBank.
hours. It) t lz Si-i to 5. liesiuence. 639 Cedar at.
gHon. (flice, 4f. Third str-el. HoU'S 10 to U
and 2 to 4, Sunday 1 tn 2. Kusiiience 408 8il st reel
T P. MULLINIX. M. D., , ,
JLi. Uives special ueaiiiifiit for Calami,
Thioat Lungs, Kidney Oeiilio-Urinary organs
Ollice upstairs,5l tlilrU tic. Houri.D a.iu.9 p.m.
MOHaBD h Attar. - . h. mom.
JJARRY A ISOM,
CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SUKVEYOKS.
KOOMS S AMU 6,
OVER ASTORIA NAllONAL BANK.
W. I. BURNIY, J. W. DBAi-KB
Barney & Draper,
Oregon City, Oregon.
Twelve years' experience as reulster of th
V. 8. Laud omee her-', recommends us in mil
specialty of Mining and all oilier business be
fore the Land uOice or the Courts, and involv
ing the practice ol the Genera! Laud Ollice.
JROCKt NBROUCH tX COWlnJC.
LAW OPFICK, OREGON CITY, OR.
Hpeclal attention uivhii to land business Set
tiers on homesteans or pre-eniiiini claims und
timber land purchases shown every hi! vaiitns"
of the law. For as3l.-tauc In making Uial
proof call on us.
No. 231. West Sixth treoi..
Scandinavian Benevolent Scoiety-
UKMULAH MEETINGS OFTHIH SOCIkn
IV at their rooms lu r'vthtau buliUiiii! nt eiirht
o'ciocs, f m.. on uie seccuu ana ioiuui iiK-s
days ot eachuiomh,
Ocwtku uncaoipine-.t Ho. 13,1. O. U.F
lE(JULAK MKEITNOS OK 00 KAN EN-
I caniDnient No. 14. 1. O. O. F- at tlie Uidue
lu the Oild Fellows UullUiint, al Htvon p.
on the second and fourth Mondays of eiu'u
mouth. Sojourning brethren cordially iuviteu.
uy oraer u. r.
- Astoria BuiiaiJig & Loan Association
fJUlK MKdl'LAH MEKT1NOS OF THIS AKSO-
JL elation are held at s p. m. nn the first
Wednesday of each month. Ollice on Ueuevieve
street, south ol Chenaiuus.
W. L. KOBB,
. Common Council.
KKlHU.AK ftiKKIlMiti, FIKHT AM'
third Tuesday evenings ol each niouil
it 8 o'clock.
m Persons desiring to have mutters acted ny oi.
by the Council, al any regular mccttmi innsl
present the same to the Auditor and Clerk,
ou or before tho Friday evening prior to the
luesdAy on which the Council nin its reculai
meeting. K. OtfBUKN,
Auditor and Police .Indue.
Hoard i4S"yt Coiiiiiilnnl.inerr.
TINS HKM'LAR ilKETI.VIiSOFTHISBOARD,
will be hejil on the first Mondxy, of each
month at 10 a. in. In the rooms of the Atoriu
Chamber of Commerce. W. L KOHU, Bee
THE : OREGON : BAKERY
A. A. CLEVELAND, Prop.
Good Bread Cakes and Pastry,
None but the Best Materials used.
Satisfaction Guaranteed Customers
Bread delivered In auy port of tlie city
FOR A DOSE
IS YOUR STOMACH SOUR,
Breath bad or Read achica ? Ona ct these rHs re
lieve dutreu In ihs atotnach and cures headocno,
on each night for a week aweetenl the atomach and
pun Ilea the breath, lhey Ineure perleot digearlon,
reculatethe bowels and cure eonatlpatlcn. Uhry
ot promptly, jet mildly, never frripe or alcKen, oo
Brugiau or mall. BooackoItjd.Co,riula.,l'v
For sale by J. W. Conn, Druggist.
latest U. S. Gov't Report
Oelo F. Parker. Carl A. Hanson
PAESKLES & HANSOX,
CJ, L, I'urkrr,'
(Joncral :-: McrcJinndlse
NEW GOODS ON EVERY STEAMER.
TniS WKKK. .
Tho Old Stand, An'.oris, Occgou.
CLATSOP LAND CO
Ii'.corjiorated with $25,000 Capital Stock,
Red Kutfttn and Insurance Brokers, Notary
Public ana, uoiiveyaui eis. dvcim aiienuou
paid to rents, payment of taxes, etc., for non
residents. Sole aKeiits lor South Astoria, I'ros
nn,.i fa i it. Humluck 1'nrk and Owen's Addition.
also best HensMe, busliK-es and Inside property
audchoito acreage. 471 mint St., Astoria
6. A. STINSON & CO..
Hiilo and Cauner? work.HonHsnoelrsr. Wae
nns nimle and rcualred. Co hi work eubrantaed
On Cass street, opposite ine ' turn Tain o uce
GENUINE WALL'S END COAL
- FOR SALE AT
8 8.. 70 VIM TON $8.50
Leave Orders at Occident Hotel,
G. 0. . J10EN, . AGENT,
SIAttXUS C. CltOSBY,
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
IKON JPiriC ANU JNTri.NHN. -
STOVES AND TINWARE
House Furnishing Goods, Sheet Lead. Strip
Lead, Sheet Iron, Tin and Copper.
ASTORIA TRANSFER CO
FRANK DAMANT, Propr.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
Expressed delivery bus'nes4. Dealers
In Coal and Hay at lowest prices. Tele
phone No, 12. Third Street.
CARNAHAN & CO
Successors to I. W. Cnse, Importer and
Wholesale auJ Hetall dealer lu
Cor. Second anj Cass Street,
HUGHES & CO.
Wholesale aud Retail
Importers ot All brands ol Foreign and Domes
t'o Wines. Lnniora and Claare.
J. H. Cutter Whiskies a specialty. Vai Bint-
numea ncer, finest prauas oi tvey wediann
LhiiiorN lor Aiwllettial Purposes.
Family Trade rtollciteii All orders (row th
City aud Country proi'ij Bllrd.
8qucmo'ine Street, - Astoria. Oregoi
BDEFEKCEKf BOA? FOR P0HT1AS
Will leave Astoria for Portland, (Fish
er's Dock) on T;iP.sduya. Wednesdays
Thursdays, Fridays ' aud Saturdays at
7:0U a. m., nml Hun lay at 6:U0 p. m.
In the Circuit Court of the
Oreiron. for Clatsorr County,
Herman Hoj nemaa, Plaintiff, vs. M.
Dee and lleien Dee. Defendants.
To M. M. Dee and Helen Dee, Defend.
ants noovo namca:
In the name of the State of Oretcon:
You and each of you are hereby re.
qulrea to appear ana answer tne com.
Dlalnt of Dlaintiff filed aealnst vou in tlif
above entitled cause by the first day of
tne next resruiar term or me aoove nameu
court, next followlne six weeks puhll
cation of this summons. And If you fall
to answer said comolalnt as hereby re
quired, you are "hereby notified that tht
Dlalntirr ylll aoply to tne court for tn
relief prayed tor therein, to-wit.: foi
judgment against you and eacn ot you
for the sum of one hundred and thirty
seven nnd flftv ohe-hundredths dollart
and interest thereon at the rate of ter
per cent per annum from the seventh
dav of October. 1891. and for fifty dol
lars additional as attorney's fees, and
for costs and disbursements ot mis suit,
and for a further decree foreclosing tht
mortiratre seto ut In the complaint here
in, and for the sale of the real property
therein described, being, divers lota In
Chdrea llailroad Addition to Astoria.
Clatsop- County, Oregon, and that the
proceeds of said sale be applied to the
payment or saiu amounts, hjio lor bucii
othpr rpllef nil mav be proper.
This summons is published tn The
Weoklv Astorian bv order of the Hon. T.
A. McBride, Judge of said court, made
the 14th day of Jaunary, law.
J. A. BAKIN,
ATTENTION ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE.
All nersons indebted to' the firm of
Parker & Honson will please call at my
office, 112 Benton street, this city, and
settle Immediately with the undersized.
W. V. PARKER. Assignee.
Astoria, Or., January 28, 1893.
To the creditors of Parker & Hanson,
and of Gelo F. Parker and Carl Han
son, Take Notice:
That said Oelo F. Parker and Carl
Hanson have made an assignment to me
of nil their Estates for the benefit ot tftelr
Joint and individual creditors.
That all persons having claims against
them or either of them should present
the sa.me under oath to me at my office
In Astoria, Oregon, within Uiree months
from this date. '
W . W. PARKER, Asslimee.
Astoria, Oregon, January 27th, 1893
SCHOOL TAXES DUE.
School taxes are due In district No. 3,
comprising Adair's Astoria, West of
Jordan Avenue. W. P. McGregor,
trict Clerk. Office 55S Third street,
, L iptr
foot of Alder street; Isons & Co., 113$, Third St.;
Burlington Route oflice, 250 Washington street, and
t c Northern Tacific passenger office, 1st and Wash
ington Sts. DeeGS will be delivered at the office o
T. W. CASE,
TEAH8A0TC A GEKEEAL BAMglHO BUsIJISBt.
Drafts drawn available In any part of the O
8 and Europe, and ou Hong Kong, China,
Office Honrs: M A. H. to 8 P.M.
Odd Follows Bulldlug, Attorla, Oregon.
I. W. CASE,
, BKFRESENTIN9 .
Grmin-Amerioan, of New York City, N.'T.
C&Iifornit Manns InsuraoM Comp'y, of 8. T.
National Firsind Manna Int. Co., Hartford.
Homo Mutual Insnranot Co., San Francisco.
PhcBnir, of London. Imperial, of London,
Oregon Fira and Marine, of Portland, Oregon.
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ASTORIA NATIONAL BANK
GENERAL 6AKKINQ BUSINESS.
Accounts of Firms and Individuals solicited
on Favorable Terms.
Interest paid on Time Deposits. Money
Ixmaed on Personal security.
Foreign and Domestio Exchange bought an1
D. K. W arras, President.
' J. K. HlKsrlna, Cashier.
J.C Of meal, Vice president.
I. K. W arren, Y
I-'. 8. Wright, I
i John llolison, i Directors.
H. C.ThomwAB.l -Theo
Braeker, J .
THE ASTORIA SAVINGS BANK
Acts s trustee for 'orporatlons and Individ
uals. Deposits solicited
Interest will be allowed on savings deposits
On ordiiiary savlugs h Kki 4 per cent per
On terra savlugs hooka tpor oent. per annum.
Ou certificates of deposit:
For throo month", 1 per cent, per annum.
For six months, 5 per cent, per annum.
For twelve months, per cent, per annum.
I. W. CA8B . resident
J.Q.A. BOWLBY Mce-Prf sident
FRANK PATT-lN ..Cashler
W. K. DEMENT .......J.. .ecretary
tW. Case, J. Q. A. Bowlby, D.X.Warren.
C.H.Page, Boni. Young, A. 8. Reed.
F. J. Taylar.
THE PORILANO SAViKCS BANK
lr POBTLAND, ORBOON.
Paid up eapttal ...P60,000
Surplus and profit" 60,000
( RANK DKKUM. Prf sident.
D. P. THOMPSON, Vice-President
H. C. 8TKATTON, CaBhler
PORTLAND AUD ASTORIA.
leaves Astoria Every evening except Bunda
Arrives at Astoria Every day except 8uudar
at 2 p.m. '
Leaves Portland Every aay etcept Sunday
at 7 a. m. C, W. STOXK, Agent, Astoria.
K. A. Skeliy, General Agent, Portland, Or. "
QUICK TIME TO
ALL POINTS IN CALIFORNIA,
Via tbe Mt. Shasta Route of the
Southern Pacific Comp'y
The Only Route Tnrongh California to al
Pointa East and Sonti.
be Scenic Route of tbe Pacific Coast
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
SECOND-CLASS BLEEP fNG CARS
Attached to express trains, aflordlnar ann'-rlna
accoinmodatlons tor second class passengers.
i-or rates, tickets, sleeping car reservation.
no, can npcD or soorewi u, r. uuuhJtS, Astlai.
aniueoerai rreigniaua rasae
I Passenger Agent, Port-