THE DAILY AST01UAN, ASTORIA, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH O, 1804. ABOUT THE CITY. The city council meets this evening. The steamer Signal Balled Sunday for Victoria, B. C. Taxea are being paid promptly at the office of the Bheriff. down The ship John Cook arrived from Portland on Sunday. Services at Grace church Wednesday afternoon as usual, at 3:45. The schooner Novelty crossed out yeS' terday, bound for Vulparalso. The regular monthly meeting: of the police commissioners was held last even Ing. The steamer Truckee arrived In from San Francisco yesterday morning and proceeded up at noon. The barkentine Chehalla Is Included In the shipping listed for this port. The Chehalis comes from Mollendo. Anyone having a house of six or more rooms to let can find a good tenant by applying at The Astoriah office. The steamship Columbia arrived down yesterday morning from Portland and crossed out, bound for San Fran cisco. The British bark Lorton, Capt. Arch er, has been added to the list of ship ping to load at this port. The Lorton will get her cargo at Antwerp. Charles Green, charged with drunken- ness and striking a police "officer, was tried before Judge Osburn yesterday and found guilty. He was fined $40. The F-cholars of No. 2, Cedar street school, had a holiday yesterday while their teacher, Miss Grant, visited the other school Miss Grant may have found larger children in the other rooms, but none, for their size, brighter or smarter than her own No. 2s. It was stated upon apparently good authority yesterday that the efforts of the canners for the formation of a com bination had resulted In failure, a.nd among those chiefly interested, 1. e., the employes of the canneries, there Is a feeling of satisfaction at the news. The Stuttz performance of "The Pearl of Savoy" was largely attended last nlsht and gave great, satisfaction. It Is a pathetic story of country and Parisian life, of a mother's prayer and a father's curse, with E. Alma Stuttz In the leading character of Marie, ".The Pearl of Savoy." The piece will be re peated again tonight and tomorrow night, which will probably be the last chance to hear the violin playing of Mrs. Stuttz, A. A. Cleveland and V. Boelllngr, two of the right-of-way committee, returned Sunday, and report good progress made by the entire committee. From the Jv'askanlne to the Columbia all the necessary deeds have been secured, with the exception of three or four, and those are expected soon. Mr. Cleveland and Mr. Boeiling saw seven property owners, between Mayger's and Major Ftjpearson's, and obtained the right-of way from four. COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. The business transacted by the coun ty court yesterday was as follows: Ole B. Olsen was admitted to citizen ship. INDOOR ATHLETICS. Program for the Exhibition by the Fo( ball Club Members. The coming gymnastic exhibition and In the matter of the estate or Anna o. - i.. . I Q-vmnnnlntn tt rim Auinrh cv..ti.nii -i.-.t. Sofia Thompson, an order was maae .Uv,u. the will to orobate. ,., m nnnolntlnir John tel'e8t among the members of the club E. Palmer guardian of Ltllle Victoria amJ their Mends. The various events . HrnH wh flerl Rt i,u-vc very weu, ana ciose ana A HUlllirauii, a. i'""111 - , . 1 . . rAA tW the will of John w" ' P-uB.esmng Bausiac ivtiijr uiiucr me cure 01 rror. spencer, and every member will be at his best. The events and handicaps as foi lows: Dumb-bell exercise by class. Twenty-flve-yard race, handicap V, E. TaJlant, R. E. C; r:uther3 and R. M. Olsen, deceased, be admitted to pro bate. A petition was presented asking that the boundaries of Clover precinct be changed. A remonstrance against such action was also presented. The court ,1 1 ,1 ...l rt nVtnnera fVio linmo trt tflulf t. but not to moke any change ' . . , , R. Hlggins, 1-2 yard; E .Hansen, I yard; J. Johnson, 1 yard: J. McCue. 1 1 yards; P. Bovey, 1 1-2 yards; J. R. Rath om, 1 yard; F. W. Gunn, 1 yard; C. Hell born, 11-2 yards; D. McLean, 1 yard ti OnnWn A T CI TVfoo-W A I , - ju,., . mini, Vciras: a. a. rripvpinnn i vmvi T HT nr. A a T7"1rrtA Actrtrlci Tr I ' " vestment Co., R. P. Elmore and S. El more, asking the county court to accept in the boundaries. In the matter of rebate of taxes of Arndt & Ferchen's property, the appli cation was denied In the matter of the application of Game of basket ball between teams composed as follows: Hlcclnn iVnnlnln DnnnnH nrti.. Kfin7 rvr nont nf 1S91 taxes, the COlirt .. " "6"l r , " ', Katnom, R. McLean, Young, McCue and Lovett. unanimously refused the petition. The court disallowed the application of Alex. Gilbert for a rebate of taxes on merchandise. In the matter of taxes for 1893, Dr. Alfred Kinney, D. A. Taylor, W. L, Robb and B. Van Dusen appeared and raiiant (captain), Geo. Smith, W. Trulllnger, Gibson, Stuart, Heilborn, Gunn, Berendes. Obstacle race O. Berendes, J. McCue, P. Sovey, George Cherry, C. Stone, Kunnine? hleh tnmn T? nn,0,,n ocba Vint tlna flma Via nvtnmlo fftia . . ' " " .... 8crat,;h. llt carruthers, 1 Inch; Oua Car- coiiecuon or same. lo.h.ui .ur me rutnerg, 6 Inches;- A. Dalglty, 5 inches J. R. A. Bennett, 6 inches; R. N. present. The bill of August Juhrs, supervisor Wrtenti , lncnea. n Btonp . ' . T oi roau aismci ino. i in xNU( waa aBam McCue, 6 inches; C. T. Crosby, 6 inches. piet;iiieu ttiiu uibuiiuwuu.- Jnmnlnir hr.raa. ovhll,ltl i, i X . O ..v.Ub VAUIUlllVll WJ One mile flat rar. hnndinn w w wue.B juBi. ii. OT i.mt Tallant and R. Gibson, scratch; C. Hell oeen iaia over, me court oraerea mat borlli 180 yai.d. D MrTn 1M vnr,,a M.ne oe pam. F n.nn v . T , ri. t t T nr wn, i ' "- o. ... ..i.., u.- yards: R. McLean. 22R vnr1- P n.,W. or oi rouu uiatnci io. la in was it oir ,,,i. r o one j . . . . . .. . Lilght-weight boxing exhibition B. F. .lc lulu uamuun uVC. lu Du' vla"n Allen and E. W. Smith, ior isyi. The report of M. McFarlane, road supervisor for district No. 11 for the year 1893, showing $25 due the super visor, was read and filed, and the amount disallowed. A communication from Chris Olsen, resigning the office of constable In Flsh- hawk precinct, was read, and the court decided not to accept the resignation. In the matter of the petition of G. C. Bolding and others for a county road, the report of viewers was read and laid over till today. ' The costa In the case of the State of Oregon vs. Stewart were ordered paid. The clerk was instructed to draw war rants for amounts due Magdalen Home Horizont.il bar performance by class. Walking match, five laps, handicap R. E. Carruthers, scratch; Gus Carruth ers, 45 yards; F. W. Gunn, 45 yards; Prof. Ilawes, 90 yards; George Cherry, 90 yards. Heavy-weight boxing contest W. E. Tallant and Prof. Spencer. Tug of war Teams selected by Prof. Spencer and W. E. Tallant. Indian club swinging by class. Wrestling contest P. W. Weeks and J. R. Rathom. Relay race, two miles Two teams of six each, selected from the following; D. McLean, J. R. Rathom, C. Lovett, R. N. Wright, R. Gibson, P. Sovey, R. E. Carruthers. W. E. Tallant. R. Mo and Baby's Home, and send check for , Mn AC"- omnunt f 1,111 ' ' " ' J court men adjourned until 10 a, m. to day. H. Ekstrom has fixed his prices for jewelry to suit the times, and the latest "No, Zurilda, my dear, that new bv.x nailed up along the east side of Howell & Co.'s Second street storeroom that you see i not a little birdie home io emlce the first spring bluebirds to cele hrate Easter In, as you think. It's the cold storage warehouse for the bach elors' club, who eat upstairs. I hear that the commissary general spent all the weekly allowance for chickens the first five days of last week, and yes terday it was the feathers or nothing.' An $50 lot for tZ. Fresh fish and poultry at Welcome's Market, next to Foard & Stokes, Meany is the leading tailor and pays me nignest casn price for fur skins. fHJ? UNION GOSPEL MEETINGS., rr; T.7 fjvangflist Ford preached to a crowd ed house last night in the Y. M. C. A. hull. His subject was; "Be filled with the spirit," Eph. v, 18 These Christian workers euro in earnest, and extend a special invitation to all non-Christians to attend. The lively interest that has jjjftt, manifested during these! meetings H steadily increasing The excellent i;holr and congregational singing is quite an attraction. The M. E. church I'fjolr had diarsre of th singing last pjght, and tne' Preshyteriaii church tholr will lead the singing tonight. Be sides these regular plghtly meetings, , there air? dally prayer mcttJiiB, be tween 8:30 and 4:3). Praise service be gins at 7:30. No collections. For 2. a Jot Is delivered every week tn1 t:s buyor in Hill'? Fjrst addition. ""ljQvprs"bf a good cluar' can always flrtd hilld, freah Belmonta at Clias. Ol seti's If you want a first class photograph, call on Crow, the Photographer, Third 'street, Hill's First addition la located In fho novelties can be secured at the cost ol centre ot tne city. Lots are now selling maionai useu in ine manuiacture, in it for 52. Special attention is called to our large There is no risk taken by Joining stock of staple and fancy groceries, Hill's lot clubs. Evervbnrtv irtta the which we are now selling at largely re- full value of their money. duced prices for cash. Ross, Hlggins & Rt.p-P-rtmnn'a Snr.fViln. T3.....l-.. ,, v0. cessfully used for children, during the leeming ponoa, ror over fifty years. THE- LECTURE. President Bloss Speaks on "The Civil War as a Factor in Education." PERSONAL. The theme of the lectura Inat pvpm. ino- w Ti-oci.i.it T3io ..mu i..n Col. John Adair, war as a factor in Education. G. W. Holeomb, of Portland, Is In the city, P. J. Brlx, of Gray's River, is in the city, E, A. Seeley, of Portland, is In the city. of Clatsop, is In Anything in the line of gents' furn ishing goods, in the newest styles, can be hud from P. A. Stokes & Co. during the present month, at prices never be fore equalled. Ladles' writing desks, rocking tnalis, and dining chairs, suitable for Christ mas presents, at G.' V. Porter's, Second street. Handsome crayon portraits with $25 purchases. BEVERAGES. FINE WINES AND LIQUORS-Call at August Danlelson's Sample Rooms. ONLY THE PUREST Wines and liquors are sold at Alex Campbell' Gem. A DELICIOUS DRINK. There ia no place In Astoria where John Kopp's All the imtent medicines advertised In thlB naDjr. together with the cholc-l famous beer is kept in such good con- est perfumery, and toilet articles, etc., union as ai uizingers popular resort, can be bought at the lowest prices at J. W. Conn's drug store, opposite Oc- WINES AND BRANDIES. Use ZIn. cldent Hotel, Ai torla, fandcl wine instead of coffee or tea. nnn't o-n tn Portland to buv vour Fifty cents per gallon. Don't foruet iinUpta t.,r fha "DM fmintrv" and the peach and apricct brandy. Also French East when you can get them for the "snao anu wine at Alex uiioert s. same price at the Union l'acuio omce ' 1 ' In this city, and thereby save your lo- SOCIETY MEETINGS, cal fare to Portland. PILOT COMMISSIONERS The rpir- SMOICE! SMOKE! SMOKE- SMOKE! ular meetings of this board will beheld on tns tirst Monday of each month at If you want any thing gooa to BinoKe, iu a. m.. at the office of Robb & Par. Key W est, imported, or domestic, you Ker. W. L. Robb, Seo, must go to Chas. Olsen I. W. CASK, Insurance Agent, REPRESENTING The fol low) tin Compnnles I Gorman-American , New York Cily. K. Y. Union Hre ind Marine, of New Zetland. National Fir and Marine Ins. i'.i.. of llartford. Connecticut Hre Ins. Co., of llariloril. Home Mutual Ins. Co., San rranclsco. New York Plate Glass Ins. Co. Phoenix, of London. Imperial, of London. FOR OVER FIFTY YEAE3 NOTICE The regular meetings of tne Astoria iiunaing and Loan Associa tion are held at 8 p. m. on the first Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has Wednesday of each month. Office on been used for children teething. It uenevieve street, Boutn or Chenamus. soothes the child, softens the gums, W. L. ROBB, Secretary. allays all pain, cures wind chollc. and Is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twen- OCEAN ENCAMPMENT No. 13. 1. O. ty-five cents a bottle. Sold by all drug- O. F. Regular meetings of Ocean En- gists throughout the world. ATHLETES OF THE PRESENT DAY. campment No. 13. in the Odd Fellows' Building, at 7 p. m.. on the second and fourth Mondays of each month. So journing brethren cordially in itsd. uy order C. P. J. E. Sullivan, secretary of the Ann fpnr Athletic. Union. President of the Pnstime Athletic Club, and AthKiin COMMON COUNCIL -Regular meet Editor of The Sporting Times, writes: Ins "rst and third Tuesday evenings "For years I have been actively con- i eacn montn at 8 o ciock in city nail. nected with athletic sports. I always Persons desiring to have matters acted found It to my advantage to use All- upon by the council at any regular cock's Porous Plasters while In trln- meeting must present the same to th Inc. as thev nulcklv remove Hnrenes auditor and clerk on or before the Frl and stiffness: and when attacked with day evening prior to the Tuesday on any kind of pains, the result of slight which the council holds its regular colds, I always used Allcock'a with nieatlng. beneficial results. I have noticed that most athletes of the present day use nothing else but Allcock's Plasters." K. OSBURN. Auditor and Police Judge. A. G. SPEXARTH, DSALUR IN Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Plated Ware. Fint Repairing a Specialty. Agent for Winchester Repeating Fire Arms Company, flashbara's Guitars and fflandollns. Largest stock of Fishing Tackle and Bamboo Poles. The Trade Supplied. BARGAINS 1N-- Wheelcpfi Wilson Seating filachlnes. Kopp'a Beer Hall. Choice Wines, Liquors anJ Clears. KENTUCKY WHISKEY Only handed over the bar, The largest glass of N. P. Beer. Half-and-half, ;c. Free Lunch. Erickson & Wirkkala, Proprietors, Cor. Concomly and Lafayette Sti. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ENDORSED BT THE PRESS. H. A. SMITH DENTIST. Rooms 1 and 2, Pythian Building, Gentlemen: This is to certify that I have used Krause's Headache Capsules with satisfactory results. I bought a box which cost me i)3. and one tacsi'le curea me or a dreadful sick headache. My wife and myself have both used the medicines manufactured bv the Norman Llchty Mf'g Co., and we re- over C. H, Cooper's store. commeua mem to me pumic as Deing Jjust what they are represented. Respectfully, W. J. HUTCHISON, Ed. Gazette, Pleasant Hill. Mo. Twenty-five cents, for sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria, Or., sole agents. W. C. LOGAN, D. D. S., DENTAL PARLORS. Mansell Block. 673 Third street BOARD AND LODGING. FIRST CLABS BOARD With Or without rooms, at reasonable rates. Ap- ly at is. C. Holden's, corner Main and FULTON BROS.. jenerson. J. E. LuFORCE, D. D. S. HAS DENTAL PARLORS. in the Flavel building, opposite Occident LOST. LOST A city warrant for $15. Vhe number is 6,648, and the wamnt was indorsed on November 9. Finder will please return to Fred. Sherman. . ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 3, 4, 5, and 6, Odd Fellows' Building, Astoria, Oregon. LOST A black clasp purse, contain ing a sum of money. Finder will please leave at this otlice. W. M. LAFORCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office, Rooms 7 and 8, Kinney's build ing. WANTED. WANTED A well located city lot. Must be a bargain. Owners only. Ad dress P. O. Box 9115, Portland, Ore. SILAS B. SMITH. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in navel's brick building. $5.00 TO $15.00 PER DAY at home selling Lightning Plater and plating jewelry, watches, tableware, etc. Every nouse lias goods needing plating. No experience; no capital; no talking. Some agents are making $25 a day. Perma nent position. Address H. K. Delno & Co., Columbus, Ohio. FRANK J. TAYLOR, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Astoria, Oregon. , Q. A. BOWLBY, ' ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Office on Second Street, Astoria, Or. This Mrs, C. W. Haskell was a passenger very suggestive subject was developed from PorUand yesterday, a. iiuuu.cr most, ciear anq attractive. Charles McDonald was a passenger As President Bloes is pot only an edu- on the Columbia yesterday cator whose work has left its impress District Attorney Barrett returned to upon more than one stat. h,ir . he the clty yesterday morning. served also both as a private and In Mr' d Mr3' Jonn H'Sm'th, w"e mmMi ... V. . amoug the passengers on the Columbia " "" uuiiiib me wa-r, ne speajts yesterday, ii urn an (UlginHl KnowlCCge ana thought Mr nnrl Mm H TV Thlna- lfr fnr Snn which give great force and Interest to Francisco yesterday op the steamship nis words. Columbia. Perhaps nothing was more impressive MiB,i Bessie Arndt leaves this morning than his car to a-fv ii .u J for visit of a few days to friends at ,, - " --' - Knappton, , '"'b,uu. """""M W. H. Hurlburt, of the Union Pa nation ana general stamina of clfic, came down from Portland yester- iue army oi me south, as well as of aay morning. tne north. This had the tones of chlv- J. C. Stanton, of New York, arrived In airy which it is well to listen to town yesterday, accompanied by J. T, AH followed him with enthusiasm as Campbell and Joseuh S, Smith. CM TKtJ "CIRCUIT COURT. Andrew Eskola Convicted of the Crime of Assault, ' 3"hq circuit court "resumed business yesterday morning and disposed of a fo cacti's, the first called beipg that of A- F. Kiager va0E. V. Brock and wife, ill which a motion for continuance was nllowed. In the case of the-State cf Oregon vs. Andrew Eskola, charged with assault, the jury returned a verdict of guilty. Counsel for defense asked until Wed nesday ' to rwvpare a motioii for1 a new trial, Wti'.cH was granted. The case of A. V. Allen vs. Theo. Broemser and wife was referred to C. E. Rur.yon to take testimony. A decree upon the pleadings was grained a the' cas- of lv-t.T' Fmn-t v V'i. h 'v itaWona TValtcr Frirt-tr-h. ' The demurrer was overruled. Judg ment allowed and onier of sale of at tached property made In the case of Theo. Braeker vs. Eva Wallrrran. he brought to view in succesplon the Olsen has 29 brands of clear Havana eneci upon tno three million young clBrs anq e win give you a Detter men. in th't. D,V,in" .V.vl' ..... frar for 10 ceptp than you can get foi dlscinl.ne ,ho t, rZ" , m!' ".I A".. ' 15 Third . , wlo 01Si,la yl icreai i street., MbinS of great military At ths Oulumbia Cigar Store (W. T. movements and terriblg VftttH-K, aHd the Bevcridge's) lovers of a good cigar can necessitiy of thinking these things over eei an uie nnesi nranas, inciuaing I' loi and writing ,.t thm i iit. anA waui,ui iNoruica, raimos ana u . 1 w.v., BeImont. ne wiuweu mo equally stimulating ef fect upon thos who were left at home LIFE OR DEATH? ( i thtnlr t.f ortA hao. . , ... V. ..... nwl r. .v. " " 1 . ' It Is of vital importance that it should ..uw ,1CLeHfciy arose ror Uie new be undrstorxi be nereons whose Iclrt. postal system, and the new great dally J neyn are Inactive, that this condition of paper?. Th,; fa (hat In the rtm. itfo' ;.f Vl l"" M-Iuy, eUUCatlOn, U nn... .MirhVl. rllseniu. rtl,.Woa jll... uiimru wuu uueuty ana courage, led to minurla are all diseases of a very ob promotion and success was emphasized stlnnte character in th;r mature stai?e. as the basis of much of the remarkable ana lal iaV" tendency. They ,i..i.,m .u . often batrle the most .practised medlcaJ nonooi- ,kul and tMe most approved remedies which has since the war. ceased to be a I of inateria medlca. But opposed at. the charity school for the poor. outset that la to say. when tha kidneys Other great stops in our progress, a IfS1," t0 fischarga t..ir. functions, inao . ,. , 1 ' tively-wllu Hostetter s St.TJnaoh Bit- ln banltary and temperance reform, got tera lne dangarous tendency is checked. meir impovun tit r.e enforced sanitation I Very useful, also. Is this household and temperance of the camp and the medicine for thoee ailmpnt of common """v- ""-i"' vaa we' loirineu ytmmM ad nervwusness. It Is a safe- uet-ejKtry Biaugiicg anq nrigni guard against malaria and averts AGENTS Makes $5.00 a day. Great- nr n -o ccpira klthnn i,l,.nEll '.ool 1... I - .. . .- ...... ........ - . . .uiciiu, ike tails 35cts. 2 to 6 sold in every house. Samp e, postaga paid, five cents. For- snee & McMakin, Clncinnatti, O. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Special attention to diseases of wom en and surgery. Oilico over Danzlger store, Astoria. FREEMAN & BREMNER, BldcksrnltHa. Special attention paid to steamboat re pairing, first-class horseshoeing, etc. LOGGING CfllHP (HOW A SPEGIflLTV. 197 Olney stVeet, between Third and and Fourth, Astoria, Or. THE Astoria Rational Bank TRANSACTS A General Banking Business Accounts of Firms and Individuals solicited on favorable terms. Foreign and Domestio, Exchange bought and sold. ' Money loaned on personal security. Interest paid on time deposits as fol lows; For 3 months, 4 per cent per annum For 6 months, 5 per cent per annum For 12 months, G per cent per annum A Suvinga Department. Having been established In connection with the above, deposits will be re ceived In sums of one dollar and up ward. Interest will be allowed as follows: On ordinary savings books, 4 per cent ' per annum; on term savings books, 8 per cent pec annum. D. K. WARREN, President. J. E. HIGGINS, Cashier. J. C. DEMENT, Vlce-Prest. i D. K. WARREN, J J. C. DEMENT, it C. S. WRIGHT, JOHN HOBSON, H. C THOMPSON, THEO. BRACK ER, Directors. FOR. SALE. , FOR SALE Daniel H. Jory's house ana two lots, in block 66, Adair s As torla. Inquire on premises, or of Ed ward Adams, on block OS. CHANCE FOR ALL Men of small means can buy real estate in Hill's first addition. JAY TUTTLE, M. D. PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, AND ACCOUCHEUR. Office, Rooms 3. 4. over Astoria Na tional Bank. Hours. 10 to 12 and to G. Residence, 639, Cedar street LOTS FOR $2. Call at the Astoria Real Estate Exchange and get a lot in win s i-'iret Addition for $2. JAPANESE CURIOSITIES Wing Lee has Just received a full line oi Japanese curiosities and fancy goods. win sen at cost, bzv xnira street. DR. STRICKLER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Dealer in DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS' SUN DRIES. 357 Second Street, Astoria, TflE flSTORlJRL SflVljflGS BflHK Acts as trustee for corporations and individuals. Deposits solicited. Interest will be allowed on savings deposits as follows: On ordinary savings books, 4 per cent per annum. On term savings books, 6 per cent pet annum. On certificates of deposit: For three months, 4 per cent per an- i.um. For six months, 6 per cent per annum For twelve months, 6 per cent per annum. ' Q. A. BOWLBY President BENJ. YOUNO .Vice President FRANK PATTON Cashier W. E. DEMENT Secretary DIRECTORS. J. Q. A. Bowlby, C. H. Page, G. A. . Nelson, Benj. Young, A. S. Reed, D, P. Thompson, W. E. Dement. M.C.CROSBY, Deai.sb in hardware, Iron Steel, Iron Pipe and Fittings, Stoves and Tinware. House Furnishing Goods, Sheet aud Strip Lead, Tin and Copper, and Sheet Iron MISCELLANEOUS. MONEY TO LEND On good inside real estate. Address Room 709, Cham ber oi commerce, rortlanu, Oregon. HOTEL. Remember McGulre's Ho tel at Seaside is open the year around. BUSINESS CARDS. F. WICKMAN, CONTRACTOR. House moving and street Blanking. Screws and blocks for rent Call on or address 2037 Pine street CALL ON P. BAKER, 478 Third St. aim nave your ciotnes dyed and cieanea. SEWING MACHINES-And general repairing, locK-uiting, etc. C. A. May. 132 Main street. A. GIBBONS, ADJUSTER OF ACCOUNTS and PROFESSIONAL BOOKKEEPER Office, with General Messenger Co.. 515 Squemoque street with wlCi illustrations. President Bloes has gained the friend ship of the people of Astui'ta. and will always find a welcome here. chron rheumatism. BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve in the world foi cuts. briilses, sores, plcers. salt rheum, fever UIT I Mm. and e!I f,kln u: i.i,(un. and i.ohMIvp ly ciircj Ptie. or m py requirea. it Japanese novelties and fanev goodU, can be had at half price, at ttir store of Wing Lee, pest to Uiseri'S CltWI lis tfuarsntoed to lv uerfect mUbihc stori, -', lon or money refunded. Price 25 centi "Show Flake" Mn,,r m.m t K !L aIe by Chas. Kogers, si.-- ...rv,... . .V." ' T Menaor to J. U. uemeut . .... uii uuicib, yei cuniing liu more than inferior brands. Ross, Hlg gins & Co., Sole Agents. A SURE CURK FCU PILES. . Ilcliina; Pile known by molsfiire (like pempiratl'in, cauclng InlcnRe ltchins I fchen warm. This form, as well as Wind. After this date the underslirned will Blee-JIne; or Protrud'nir. ylHd at once to wnirrt fccin efTects a p-ruuincnt cure. 50c. Lrrucirlat or mall. CircuUira free. Tr. Bo.ai.ko. XS .Ar-h .tree!, Itiladelphla, Ta. Bold by J. W. Conn. not sell coke or coal by retail to any ''r- lnko-m l'U Kerm-.ly, which A-lnrin ih.lVeJ;;JK.! Ch',l I tumor.. Cl-v, tiehinir And .Cfec this d:iy been sold to II. F. I'lai-t Cj. ASTORIA GAS LIGHT Cd. Astoria, February 1. lSSi GEO. SicLEAN, csrnar Olncy and As- tor streets, icts a general business In DiacKsnutning ana repairing. ! J. IL MANSELL. REAL ESTATE BROKER. Notary Public. Fire and accident in surance. vviiciN rvuiL,APnj tain on Handley & llaau, 15U First street, and get the Dally Astoilan. Visitors need not mlas their morning paper while mere. YOUR FRIEND3 K EUROPE.-Il you have fnonjs i,i Europe whose pas- .o yon Jn 10 jirepay to Astoria, can at tne Northern Pacific olllce, sieumur xeicprione uoclt, and make known your wants. Reduced fare via in me leading steamship lines. W. W. PARKER, REAL ESTATE AND INSUR ANCE AGENT. Office, 112 Benton street Astoria, Or. I. R. & N. COs 'ARE YOU GOINO EAST? Patron ize the Northern Pacific ra'.'.road i( you are Going Fas' ruten ol fare, thro"rh tickets, baggapn check-1 secona-cltttis tlcUtts can stop over at Portland. Rates of fare saiuo as from Portland. ' Steamer Ilwaxo. Leaves Astoria dally at 7:30 for li ed to domination. All purchasers of I waco, calling at Taiuy Point and con- neciing wun ratiroaa running norm ai 10 a. in., and with boats on hhoalwater bay for bOUTH BEND, SUNSHINE, NORTH COVE, and other points through to GRAY'S HARBOit Return ing, connects ot llwacn with steamers for Astoria, and NIGHT BOATS FOR PORTLAND. JOHN R. COULTER. Secretary. . L. A. LOOMI3, President R. V. EGBERT, Superintendent. Portland and Astoria. STEAMER TELEPHONE. Leaves Astoria every evening except Sunday at 7 p. m. Arrives at Astoria vry Any eTcr"t Suniiuy al 4 p. m. Leaves Portland every day except Sunday at 7 r. hi. C. W. 8TONE. Art. Astoria. E. A Seeley, general agent, Portland. Central Hotel Cor. yi and West Ninth St.. On the European plan. l arge, nlry room, and a (irst-clas. restaurant, board dally, weekly or monthly. Private room, fur families. Oyster, and (ish In season, Finest Wines, Liquor, and Cigar.. EVENSON & COOK, Proprietors. florth Paeifie Brewery : JOHN KOPP, Prop. Bohemian Lager Beer And XX PORTER. All order, promptly attended to FISHER BROS., Sfpip Chandlers HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE. Vatron& Vehlchea In Btoclc Farm Machinery, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Logger' Supplies, Falrbank't Stales, Door, and Windows. Provi.lon., Klour, unit Mill Feed Astoria, Oiegon. HUNTER & WERGEflS, lVoprletora of tho and idienojCos Mil Corner Reconl and Rcnton !, n-cta. Corner Third and West Ki;;i,ih streets not receive their pnpers regularly and on time should notify this olllce. If the p;ijiers delivered by carriers are wet or In bad condition, don't fall to make comjlalnt at the business office. SEASIDE SnUfJIIs?!. A complete stock of lumber on lipj, 1 In the rough or rtre.l. Floor!-,, r", tic, celling, and nil klmu r.t .'. work done to orii--r. 'iV-rins it . and prices at l-lro,.k. Ail i'. -promptly at'end-d to. me Cvi . at mill. It. v. u LOGAN j i Eeaislde, Oreg-in, ' ' "