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TIIE DAILY ASTORIAN; ASTORIA, SUNDAY ' MORNING, FEBRUARY!' 18, 1894.
ABOUT THE CITY.
Tho circuit court -will meet tomorrow
The BrltlBh ship Annesley will prob
ably will tomorrow.
The German bark Irene lias finished
loading at Portland.
The steamer Elmore, which has been
bar-bound at Tillamook for ten days
past, Is expected daily.
The British ship Clan McPhersoit did
not leave Portland until yesterday
morning. She will probably arrive down
some time today.
Alderbrook school will celebrate
Washington's birthday on Wednesda
afternoon next with literary exercises,
commencing at 1 o'clock.
The last of the jurymen who are to
attend the session of the circuit court,
tomorrow were summoned yesterday by
Sheriff Smith, who went to West port
for that purpose and returned In the
News conies from Seaside yesterday
thnt on Thursday night last the smoke
house belonging to Tom Jewctt was
broken into and robbed of a quantity of
Bmoked salmon. So far no clue has been
obtained to the perpetrators.
If Councilman O'Hara makes his ar
pearnnoc on the streets today with
ONLY a boiled shirt on, as announced
In the Budget, Chief Loughrey will
probably have a case fur the police
court docket tomorrow, Dame Rumor
having it that the police commission
had given the cnlef orders to that
The Clatsop Debating club, at its last
n:eetiner discussed the interesting ques
tion, "Resolved, That married life If
preferable to single blessedness." The
debate was won by the negative, whe
were awarded the decision bv Judnrer
every one of whom was nvtrrled. Thr
h'dles think tho jude-es have been guilty
of nothing less than treason.
An ISO lot for $3.
Manny Is the lending tailor and payi
the hlphest cash price for fur skins.
For $2, a lot Is delivered every weel
to the buyer tn Hill's First addition
Liovers of a good cigar can always
flpd mld. fresh Belmonts at Chas. Ol
Hill's First addition Is located In the
centre of the city. Lots are now sellinr
In It for U
The third presentation of "Under thr
Gaslight." was witnessed last evenin"
by a still larger audience than those at
the preceding performances, and the ap
preciation was not abated In the least.
It lg worthy of note that all the playf
presented so far by Mr. Stuttz and hlr
Company are standard., anil the price of
admission Is so small that people can
well afford to give the company the
liberal patronage it has received. The
performance will be repeated tonight
Tomorrow evening tit society drama,
t'Lady Audley's Secret, and Family
Jars," will be presented.
Fresh fish and poultry at Welcome's
Market, next to Foard & Stokes'.
There 1b no risk taken by Joining
Hill's lot clubs. Everybody gets the
full value of their money.
Flashlight photos of the maskers; al
fio' printing op silk and. satin, now on
Cxiiblton at Crop's gallery.
Bt-e-o-dman's Soothing Powders suc
cessfully used for children, during the
teething period, for over fifty years.
Edward Brekhus, who has created
such a sensation In the Sound cities by
h)o I'nisptrcd" utterances while in a
trapes condition, la a native of Norway,
having been born In Hylleslad Presteg
feld, Bergens StifU He came to this
country about three years ago, and since
then has made the state of Washington
hjs, home. He will speak In Bethanla
JSorwggfan Evangelical Lutheran
church on the 24th Inst., and not, as
previously announced, at the Swedish
Lutheran church. All Scandinavians are
Invited to attend. The inspiration ser
vice will begin at 7:30 p. m, The Nor
wegian clurgyi(iii iu this city ai con
vinced that Mr. Brekhus Is certainly In
spired. Japanese novelties and fancy dry
good.i, can be had at half price, at the
ore of Wing Lee, next to Olson's cigar
tl. Ekstrpm has fixed his prices for
Jpwplry to suit the times, and the latest
jioveltit-s can be secured at the cost of
material used In the manufacture.
Ladles' wrltlnj desks, rocKing i .i,e.
and dining chairs, suitable for Christ
mas presents, at G. V. Porter's. Rpnp
street. Handsome crayon por'ralu
With 125 purchases,
- - , thI:' RESCUE CLTJB.
An Interesting Programme and Good
Attendance Lal Eyonlpg.
A very large sudlence. considering the
Inclement weather, attended the enter
tainment given by the Rescuo club last
evening. President Estes was in the
chair, and Miss Fr?nlde Holden pre
sided at the piano. The program was
an excellent one, as follows: VoeM solo, j
"Then Tou'll Remember Me," Mis
fchne 1'aiirer; reojfHion, '"fhe White
Ribbon." MIR Myrtle Denska; rsclta
f.'on, "The Temrerane Girl," Minnie
Doenaka; recitation, "The W. C. T. U.."
Miss Tena Kronoulst; violin and pno
duet, P. Pirker and Miss Trene John
K-.n: rc-'t tion. "The Price of a Drink,"
?::; T'J I j'repwebep re-ittioji. 'lss 1
Al!m" Nvl'Trt: sor". VSnr M" Vtov.v
Itlrs. tVru.i. Miss Catherine Powell Mr.
P.obe-t C. Molnto-h and Dr. O. B. Fstus.
pled by Mltfi MaUl Powell. Be
In? he-rtlly encored, they responded
with "The Drunkard's Child;" remarks,
pleif"nt. perMnent practk-1 pnd philo
porh'l: erl'T ?nli. Pro'. PoMvii,
,.-,, . '--Ty enrwel nr.d f"ve tr.
In.'if Mr" "-p e' f-"""l i v-a
f-c t-.the pl'fVp-?. t!.
vere three to the temperance pledge j
and ton to tho clgarbtto pledge,
Tho High School Choir wa appointed
a committee on program for next week.
It was announced by Piesldent Estes
that the Columbia Camera club has
kindly consented to exhibit a large col
lection of world's fair views, for the
benefit of the Rescue club, on Monday
night, at 8 o'clock, in the Rescue Club
hall. The admission Is only ten cents,
and as these views are exceptionally
fine and well presented, all who attend
are sure to bo delighted.
All thr finpHt hrflnita 1imt,ill,. r,t
niont, Flor de Madrid, Lillian Nordlca,
anil IjUS i-uiiima, are soul at W. T. Btv
eridg's Columbia Cigar Store.
nluon has 29 brands of olonr lin,,
cigars and he will give you a better el-
' ,n i . I. . . -
gar iui ju ttriiio iuau you can get ror
,3 tciiio a.. any umcr j,uui:e. oil Third
Anything In the line of gents' furn-
I5M1HB su"i i" ": iieweui Biyies, can
je had from P. A. Stokes & Co. during
me present inuiun, tu prices never be
A SMART VESSEL.
Interesting Facts in tho History of the
The barkentlne Tarn O'Shanter is still
'.n the river near Parker's dock, but will
start up for Vancouver as soon as a tug
rrives. Capt. Patterson has been un
able to secure definite information as to
the depth of the water at Vancouver,
authorities here differing In their state
ments. The Tarn O'Shanter draws 18
feet when loaded, and in shipping circles
the assertion Is made that she cannot
load at Vancouver and get away from
that port. During the entire passage
from San Francisco, which lasted ten
days, the Tarn O'Shanter encountered
exceedingly rough weather. Capt. Pat
terson states he was In company with
the bark Aureola the day after he start
ed, but thinks that if the Aureola en
ountered as unfavorable weather as
did his vessel, it will be three or four
days yet before she arrives at this port.
The Tarn O'Shanter is one of the
smartest vessels that ever, wag built on
his coast, and has been singularly for
tunate In all of her trips. She is now
8 years old, but Capt. Patterson be
lieves that today she is far superior In
?very respect to many of the more mod
tii vessels. All of her trips have aver-
eed up well, and on one occasion, dur
ing the days tho old Bteamer Ajy
was running on this coast, the Tarr
O'Shanter gave the steamer a good race
having left San Francisco within an
hour of the same time, and made the
dock here as soon as the Ajax.
On four occasions Capt. Patterson has
'last anchor opposite this city threr
days after leaving San Francisco, and
wts never detained a single day outside
the Columbia river bar fifteen years
Thl3 not liana speaks well for the bar.
but is a record that any shipmaster may
well be proud of. The cargo to be taker
from Vancouver will consist entirely of
"ffnow Flake" Flour, claimed to br
superior to all others, yet costing nr
more thn Inferior brands. Roas, Hig
gins & Co., Sole Agents.
Special attention Is called to our largf
stock of stRple and fancy groceries
which we ore now selling at largely re
duced prices for cash. Ross, Higglns &
COURT HOUSE NEWS.
Things were rather outet about th
temple of Justice yesterday, though
preparations were being made for thf
opening of the February term, which
commences tomorrow. Sheriff Smith
has been practicing the last few days
with his head in an empty barrel cry
ing the usual "Oh yes!" "Oh yes!" etc
He's got the tune all right, but there'f
not a very large docket, so he won't
have to keep the key-note long thlf
Two appraj' casta were filed, that of
A. K' Kragttf vn. Eusene Brock and
Ellen Brock, and Charles Olsen vs. M.
M. "Walker and City of Astoria.
Don't go to Portland to buy your
tickets for the "Old Country" and th.
East when you oa;i get them for tlu
same prica at the Union Pacific office
In this city, and thereby save your lo
fal fare to Portland.
All the patent medicines advertised
In this papsr, together with the choic
est perfumery, and toilet articles, etc.
n be bought at the lowest prices at
T. W. Cortn drpg foe. o.j;po.site Oc
cident Hoel Ailoria
Jacoh A, Jordan, engineer of the As
toria Box company, has Just returned
from an extended trip down east. Be
fore going away Mr. Jordan says he
had an idea that A3toria a the dullest
tqwu on the map, but he's changed his
mind. He found some cities, In fac
whole counties down In Ohio, as dead
as Lizarus. He behoves, fts a. whole
A.sU la is as lyely as any city east of
Chinamen to the right of him, Chlnn
men to the left of him and Chinamen
all around him, was the condition o'
J. M. Stott, of the revenue service, ove
at the custom house yesterday, I
Biott has been in Astoria for a- week
and during this time has issued ove
200 certificates to Chinamen reglstere;
here. He went back to Portland on la?
night's ste-mer, and will return to Af
torla next Thursday.
UNIFORM RANK, fc. OP P-
t . . -
Attention. Sir Kni"htsl All member
f the U. R. In good stindlng in thet
--r,bord!n?te lodges will meet al O
hpn's hall, on Monday evening, Kebru
ary 19th. at 7:30 p. m. sharp.
PLPlneps Election of officers for thr
ensuing year. By order of
SIR KN'IGHT CAPTAIN-
M-.f-r t'uif! tj.iu :ue' uudfan-itrned
r.r.t .pit -nip r.r o-'l by rpfll r
n-itUn be lim'tf f the tv '
-p'r b-'rp" hpvlr
'h'.s d'iv h- "M to " V t"p' r
ATOPIA GA3 LIGHT CO.
Astoria, February L 1S9I.
AN EXCITING EXPERIENCE.
A Xehalom Rancher's Mlaadvonturo at
A party of Nehalem people, one of
whom had an exciting experience at
Arch Cape, arrived at -Seaside yepter-
iday. The party Included J. B. Pace,
.Hen. Hlgglnbotham, Mr. Zimmerman
I and three others, and made the trip on
iuui, witn tne exception 01 wi "
named, who was on horseback and took
charge of the baggage. -The latter in
eluded a valise, containing money and
other valuables, and a number of water
proof coata, etc. When near Arch Cape,
Mr, Pace, who was In the rear, was in
formed by Mr. Clutrie that he could
ride through the arch, and thus lessen
the distance he had to travel. This he
decided to do, but he had not proceeded
far beneath the overhanging rocks when
his horse got into deep water and threw
the rider over his head. The animal
swam In one direction toward a rock
which was surrounded by water and
effected a landing, while Pace made the
liest of his way toward the beach. He
spent some time pelting the horse with
rocks in the hope of gett4ng the animal
to swim back, but without avail, and
seeing their baggage, including the va
lise containing the money, being tossed
about by the waves, Pace concluded to
seek assistance. He borrowed a fishing-
pole some distance from the scene and
recovered the property, but found that
the horse had faced the waters and
made off down the beach. After a long
chase the animal wns captured, and
when Pace reached Seaside he was In a
woful plight, being almost chilled
through and with his clothes buttonless
and badly torn.
TRIBUTE TO LINCOLN.
Memorial Address Delivered in Chicago
by Luther Laflln Mills.
Luther Laflln Mills recently delivered
before a large audience at the People's
Institute, Chicago, a memorial address
on Abraham Lincoln. The speech bris
tled with goad points and was frequent
ly and heartily applauded Among other
things Mr. Mills said:
We contemplate, for one brief mo
ment, Abraham Lincoln in the largeness
of his attributes; his general influence
jri mankind. This Is an old contempla
tion, but It wears like truth; It Is never
.hreadbare; It Is like a lofty story of
morals or religion, which constantly as
sumes a fascinating newness for our
faith and Interest.
In his mentality ho shone In Judg
ment, common sense, consistency, per
sistence, knowledge of men. In his sen
Jmenta he was kind and patlenb and
brave, No leader ever more completely
:omblned in his personality the graceE
of gentleness with rugged determina
tion. In his morals, truth was his star;
honesty tl) vital air of his living. In
his religion he was faithful as a saint;
Providence wns his stay; 'he walked
Fundamentally the two vital charac
teristics of Abraham Lincoln were his
love of men and his faith In God, Pov
erty had schooled him to pity and had
taught him the general equality of all
mankind.. Abraham Lincoln waa the
vindication of poverty. Ho gave glory
to the lowly. In the light of his life the
cabin became conspicuous, the common
est 'toil no longer common and the pool
man's hardship the road to honor. It
put shame on the prejudice of wealth
and birth, anfl dignity on common man
hood. The poor received from him in
spiring hope; he taught the humblest
youth that there was for him a path to
CHANGE OF ADPRES3,
Rev. L, Js'lssen,
Scandinavian German and
English Lutheran Pastor,
Has removed to the house of Mr. M.
Lareen Berrinn, W. Fifth street, at the
Dack of Scow Bay Foundry, pjiposltt
the Finn church,
CHANGE OF ADDRESS.
Mrs. Christine NIssen,
Teacher of Piano
Has removed to the house of Mr,
Larsen Berrinn, W. Fifth FUvet, at the
jack of Scow Bay Foundry, and oppo
site tUf f'i'Mi church.
SMOKE! SMOKE! SMOKE- SMOKE!
T f ...it want nnv thins- mwl tn amc.1...
tTow WpRt- imnoptpd. nr Hnmitatln
must go to Chas. Olsen. '
This sum will be paid for information
leading to the arrest and conviction oi
inv person selling or ueiiverinjr wines.
Hnh-ltuous or matt liquors in ouantltlpc
less tnan one gallon in the city of Astoria
unless holding a city license for selling
same under the provisions of the or
dinance regulating harrooms and drink
LiyUOH JJEALEttH' AS'N.
Tkn nAvt T'nk'trol t f l7vtaMa(nH T
I IIC iiai. v. ....... j uAitiinmu UCIJ
tures will be given 'next Monday and
Tuesday evenings at 7:30 a'clook fhese
...III ha hv Vn f '1: ILfW'lollnrwl n.
Mill J i T ' - '.ii-i, j MT'I-
effic University, upon "Political Econo
my. lii-Kem may ue nu ai mo aoor.
Seventy-five cents for the remainder of
the course. Ten cents each.
OF INTEREST TO ATHLETES.
Tnmna T r n ttfin ilia fi 'h 1 n I . a i
urn"- .--v -.ini iritinPr
it Princeton College, Princeton, N. J.
I have found It imperative to. have
sure ana simple remedies on hand In
case of cuts, bruli.es, strain, sprains
ilH, rhr.lim:il!t--m. Ptf. ChnHl.. '
' """i vi.r uliit
n'rlng upon my profesplon I dlnrover-
u eucn icni-ij. in jiiicir-K l'orous
TJInatom T trifll rithpff rlnuAM i .
' ' - ' , lU L
found them too hrsh and irritating
Allcork's Porous Plasters give almost
nr.i. . nn n i fi
eri In cc power is remarkable. In cagv t
- - ' " rrnvmu U4 fcinfilt
of thp b'oK nd in a short time you
will be capable of oulto severe exer
els. In "sprint" and "dlstancs" races
snd Jumping the mu"fln or tii.l.mx in
Wn and fe Rome time rr.ikPn
This run lnvrisMy bp rM'-o , (
ting the plaster in narro-r sir;j, bo m
o give free motion, and applying on
Only bad weather can check the deepening '
interest inspired by the continuance of our Great
Silk Sale. We have all kinds of Surah Silks,
Brocades and India Silks, all at prices that are
interesting. You expect such things here. In
fact you expect more here than elsewhere more
to buy and cheaper than anywhere else in As
toria. Are you often disappointed? Not often,
We've heard somewhere of a woman with
. black hair who bought a red switch, because it
What a elorious place our Velvet Stork
wou'd be for such a woman these days!
These . days are opportunities for any lady
wishing velvets in any style. Whatever kind or
color you need, you'll find that it takes less
money to supply it, through us, than ever before.
It seems as though we must be selling Ham
burg and Swiss Embroideries very low, judging
from the crowds that have attended our great
sale the past week. It isn't a very profitable
business, we can assure you, to let goods go so
low, but we intend having the embroidery trade
of this town. , '
We're not stopping this sale yet. Better-we're not eolng to stop, This
week you will find plenty of bargain nuggets left
C. H. Cooper,
The Leading Dry Goods House of Astoria.
FOR RENT. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. '
FOR RENT A good farm on Lewis "
and Clarke River Apply to J. V. Mar-
len, care Ross, Higglns & Co. i '
BOARD AND LODGING. H SMITH
" ! DENTIST.
FIRST CLASS BOARD-Wlth or Room8 j .j 2, Pythian Building,
without rooms, at reasonable rates. Ap- ovcr c h. Cooper's store,
ply at E. C. Holden's, corner Main and
efferson. : :
W. C. LOG AN, D. D. S
WANTED. J DENTAL PARLORS.
Ls. Manscll Block, D73 Third street ,
WE WISH to employ a few good men ! :
to make $50 to $100 a week selling our J. . LuFORCE, D. D. 8.
Home Electric Motor. Runs sewing ma- trie npsrit ptmnne
nines, printing presses, pumps, etc. HAS DLIhTAL PARLORS.
Everybody buys them. Steady employ- . , ., n lne " , , ,
.nent. Kasy situation and good wages. Flvel building, opposite Occident.
Address W. P. Harrison & Co., Clerk '
No. 14, Columbus, Ohio. FULTON BROS.,
WANTED Agents to represent lead- ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Ing typewriter. Exclusive territory. Ad- Rooms 3, i 5, and 6, Odd Fellows
dress Pacific Typewriter Exchange, Building, Astoria, Oregon.
Portland, Ore. . :
AGENTS Makes J5.00 a day. Great- W" M t aw
,-Bt kiwhen uumsll ever invented, ite- ATTORNEY AT LAW.
mils Sacts. 2 to 6 sold In every hoiiBe. Office, Rooms 7 and 8, Kinney's build-
3am p e, postage paid, Ave cents. For- lng. "
hee & McMakln, Cinclnnatti, O.
' " " SILAS B. SMITH,
SALE. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
""TniTlr'Tr offlce ln Fuel's brick blinding. ,
CHANCE FOR ALL Men of small
means can buy real estate in Hill's first
tldltion' FRANK J. TAYLOR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
LOTS FOR $2.-Call at the Astoria j, Oregon
ueal Estate Exchange and get a lot ABtona' uregon-
in Hill's First Addition for $i
- J. Q. A. BOWLBY,
JAPANESE CURIOSITIES Wing ATTORN EST AND COUNSELOR
Lea has Just received a full line of AT LAW.
mpunese curiosities and fancy goods. nm. cnii Rtroet Aatorla. Or.
Will sell at cost. 629 Third street Offlce on Second Street, Astoria, ur.
" MISCELLANEOUS. 'pHYSIClAN AND SURGEON,
rTtrrTr" T rrrT Special attention to diseases of wom
HOTEL. Remember McGulre's Ho- ' nd sureerv
tel at Seaside is open the year around. office over Danzlger's store, Astoria
CALL ON P. BAKER, 478 Third St., , . r mIT.
nd have your clothes dyed auo JA- TUTiLii., w. v.
cleaned. PHYSJCIAN, SURGEON, AND
SEWING MACHINES And general Offlce, Rooms 3, 4, over Astoria Na-
repairing, lock-fitting, etc. C. A. May, Uonal Bank. Hours, 10 to 12 and i to
1 32 Main street. 5. Residence, 6W, Cedar street.
GEQ. McLEAN, corner Olney and As-
tor streots, does a general business in LR- STRICKLER,
olacksndthlng Mid repairing. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
WHEN IN PORTLAND Call on ORUGS AND DKUUQISTS' SUN-
Handley & Haas, 160 Flrut street, ano DU1K8.
get the Dally Astorlan. Visitors neeo
not miss their morning paper whlli 357 Second Street, Astoria,
YOUR FRIENDS IN EUROPE.-It BUSINESS CARDS,
you have friends in Europe whose pas- .--vwvW
aage you wish to prepay to Astoria. 'vr"n"w
call at the Northern Pacific offlce, F. WICKMAN,
steamer Telephone dock, and make CONTRACTOR.
ARE! YQU GOING EAST? Patron- r addre8d 2037 flne Btrect-
me the Northern Pacific railroad It
you are Going East. Low rates of . nrpnnvfl
fare through tickets, baggage check- " ,,J nr ArrouxTS and
ed to destination. All purchasers ol ADJUSTER OF ACCOUNTS ana
second-class tickets can stop over at PROFESSIONAL BOOKKEEPER
Portland Rates of fare same as from Offlce, with General Messenger Co.
Portland. il6 6quemoque street
-..-...-j.;.....r,.;s.-.-j.-ss.:-.sss.-ss S- H- MANSELL.
FINE WTvrcs lien i.TnTTrmstrali
at August Danlelson's Sample Rooms.
ONLY TUV. rrTrT7aT ..j
w&v7- . ...
liquors are sold, at Alex Campbell's
A DELTfTflTTS nmvv frhro u
no Dlarn In Aami-ln
. - - V" IL T HV I t V' S I
famous ber la kept ln such good con
dition aa at Utzlnger's popular resort.
WINES AND BRANDIES. Use Zln
fandel wine Instead of coffee or tea.
Fifty cents per gallon. Don't forget
lach and apricct brandy. Also French
rVenac and wine at Alex Gilbert's.
Portland and Astoria.
Leaves Astoria every evening except
Eunday at 7 p. m.
Arrives at Astoria every day except
Sunday at p. m.
t.revca TV.rtUr.. day except
Sunday at 7 . m
C. W. STONE, Agt, Astoria,
. A. Scelcy. general agent, Portland.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
Notary Public. Fire and accident In
surance. W. W. PARKER,
BEAL ESTATE AND INSUR
Office, 112 Benton street, Astoria, Oi
I. R. & N. COs
Leaves Astoria dally at 7:30 for II
in . tv. -TJiJnt. and ron
WACO, UUI1IIS m jmu - " '
nectlng with railroad runuing north at
10 a. n, and witn ooais u"f '
bay for SOUTH BEND. SUNSHINE,
NORTH COVK. ana omi-r iwum
i. . I-.R1V9 HARUOR. Return-
AMoand NIGHT BOATS FOR
JOHN R. GOULTER. fiwetary.
L. A. LOOMI3, Presldent
B. V. EGBERT, Superintendent.
i, y. CASK,
Xixu uranc e Agent,
- - . RtPRESENTlNO
. , 1 rr I'll. nflflnlCH 1
Cerman-Ameilcn, Nt-w York tlty, N. I.
Union I-lie una marm ui i. ',r"",";,,.,.,,i
NatloiiAl Hre and Marine Ins. Cn- nf HarlforJ.
Connecticut Hre Ins. to., of Hnrlford.
Hume Mutuel Ins. Co.. San hrancisio.
N. York Plate Cilass Ins. Co.
Ph(Enlx,of Undon. Imperial, of London.
A G. SPEXARTH,
' . DDALtR IN
' Watches, Clocks,
Jewelrg Plated Ware.
Agent for Winchester Repeating Fire
. Arms company,
Eashborn's Caitars and Eandolins.
Largest stock of Fishing Tackle and
Bamboo roles, ine i rauc oupimcu-
--BARGAINS IN .
WheelM&jWilson Semlng Machines.
Kopp'e Beer Hall.
Choice Wlnei, Liquors and Cigars.
KENTUCKY W HI8ICEY
Only handed over the bar, The largest glass
& of N. P. Beer. Half-and-half. y:.
Erickson &WirkkaIa, Proprietors,
Cor. Concomly an4 wiayeue w.
FREEMAN & BREMNER,
i ottonttnn nntd to staamboat re-
nnlrlnc. flrflt-nlasa horseshoeing, etc
LOGGING CAiTlP OlOfiK fl SPCIUiTY.
197 Olney street, between Third and
and Fourth, Astoria, Or.
Astoria Rational Bank
General Banking Business
Accounts of Firms and Individuals
solicited on favorable terms.
Foreign and ,, DomeBtlo Exchange
bought and sold. "
Money loaned on personal security.
Interest paid Ob time deposits as fol
For S months, 4 per cent per annum
For 6 months, 6 per cent per annum
For ,12 monlhB, 6 per cent per annum
A Savings Department.
Having been established in connection
with the above, deposits will be re
ceived ln sums of one dollar and up
Interest will -be allowed as follows:
On ordinary savings books, 4 per cent
per annum; on- term savings books, 0
per cent per annum.
V. K. WAHKiSN, fresiaent.
J. E. HIGGINS, Cashier.
J. C. DEMENT, Vlee-Prest.
D. It. WARREN,
J. C. DEMENT,
C. S. WKIGIIT,
- H. C THOMPSON,
TflEflSTOfilfl SAVINGS Bflffi
Acts as trustee for corporations and
individuals. Deposits solicited.
Interest will be allowed on savings
leposlts us follows:
On ordinary savings books, 4 per cent
un term savings books, 6 per cent per
On certificates of deposit:
For three months, 4 per cent per an-
For six months, 6 per cent per annum
For twelve months, 6 per cent per
!. Q. A. BOWLBY. Vice-President
FRANK i'ATTON Casnler
J. Q. A. Bowlby, Gust. Holmes, BenJ.
xoung, a. o. ueea.
Hardware, Iron, Steel,
, Iron Pipe and Fittings,
Stoves and Tinware.
Houm Furnishing Goods, Sheet aud Strip Lead, Tin
and Copper, and Sheet Iron
Cor, jrd and West Ninth Sts.
On the European plan, larce, airy rooms and a
lrst-clas restaurant, Board dally, weekly or
nonthly. Private rooms for families. Ovtwn
list) In season. Klnest Wines, Liquors and Clears.
tfVENSON & COOK, - Proprietors.
florth Pacific Brcmery
JOHN KOPP, Prop.
3ohemian Lager Beer
And XX PORTER.
, . . . .
Ml orders promptly attended to
HEAVY AND SIILLP
Wagons & Velilelies (
arm Machinery, paints, Oils, Varnishes, Loneers"
Supplies, Fairbanks Stales. Doors
Provisional, Flour, and Mill Feed
rroprletor of the
Portland Butchering Co.'s Markets
Corner Pocon'l nnd Benton streets
Corner Third anil Went Klnhth BtrV(8
A complete Btock of lumber on l.nn l
In the roiiKh or lrpH1. Kin"'-'-.- .
tic, celling,' and all kinds r,f 'ri 'i
niouldlnk-s and uliinrrlq- i,o hr-,
u-?.?" Z"!!Zuit.?T1?r Tc'lma r.M,..m...-
promptly atte"nad ta'cmr" n.i"v
UL nil I. ! M' r
1 Senslde, Oregon.