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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, THUKSDAY 5IORN1NU, MARCH 8, 1894.
ABOUT THE CITY.
Jacob Peterson was fined $20 In the
jolioe court yesterday for drunkenness.
The British bark Elginshire, 2,093 tons,
Capt, GrplR; In on birth at London for
The TirltiHli ship flly of York, hence
with wheat, arrived nt Sunderland Feb
The popullHt baby has evidently
grown weary of Its wet-nurse, und re
fuses to take the prescribed diet.
The steamer Truckee arrived down
from Portland yesterday. She la bound
for San Francisco, via Tillamook.
On account of repairing, the Btreet
ears will nob run from 7:30 Thursday
evening until 4 o'clock Friday after
noon. The sheriff collected over J7,000 of
county taxes yesterday, and still a few
disgruntled ones indulge In the cry of
The drawing of Hill's lot clubs yes
terday resulted in Mrs. Myrtle Sloan
getting lot 35, in block 30, and T. Dal
gtty lot 27, in the same block.
The Finnish Sisterhood was organized
last evening at Suoml hall with a mem
bership of 40. Mrs. Thompson was elect
ed president, and Miss Wilson vice
A gentleman from the east is said to
be investigating the limestone deposits
in the vicinity of Frankfort, with a
view of opening them up and supplying
tne marKets or mis section wun nrne.
A dispatch was received in thia city
yesterday stating that the steam, launch
Ida Hazel had been blown ashore the
previous night at Iiwaco.' It was ex
pected she would be floated at high tide
Senator Mitchell has succeeded in
having passed! a bill authorizing the I.
R. & N. Co. to extend their line from
the present terminus in Iiwaco to a
point opposite Astoria. The lino will
run through Scarborough Hill Reserva
tion. The "L. S." sociable, by the girls of
the high school, will be given on Satur
day evening, at Odd Fellows' hall. A
splendid entertainment will, it Is said,
be given, but its nature will not be
learned until the audience has assem
bled. The Kindergarten Magazine pro
pounds the following Interesting ques
tion: "If you had a slowly growing
plant which refused to bud, would you
take it by the stalk and pull it ever so
little, or would you irrigate and sun
It? How about the stupid boy In the
kindergarten, or school, or house?"
The steamer South Coast arrived tn,
yesterday from San. Francisco. The
freight for this port consisted of 1 case
cigars, 0 mats "rice, 3 boxes Chinese
goods, 20 sacks flour, 102 sacks feed and
.1 barrel whiskey. The consignees were
A. Gilbert, Wa Hung Jan, Fisher Bros,
and Johnson & Carlson.
G. A. Massle, the populist sheriff of
Columbia county, who sometime ago ab
sconded, leaving a heavy defalcation,
has been heard from. He Is at Cape
Town, on the extreme southern coast of
Africa. He writes his wife that he ex
pects to send her money enough to re
imburse his bondsmen.' '
Frank Cabajiniss, arrested on a charge
of vagrancy and malicious injury to
personal property, was given his choice
yesterday by Judge Osburn of leaving
the city or having the charges against
him pressed to the limit. He concluded
to leave the city, and took the Tele
phone last evening.
The Norwegian temperance literature
which is disseminated in this city by
the W. C. T. U. i3 published, in this
country. Instead of being imported, as
was stated in the report prepared by
the ladies of the Union. Mrs. Kron
qulst, the superintendent of foreign lit
erature for the W. C. T. U., states that
the Finnish literature only comes from
A fire occurred In Muckle's store at
St. Helens yesterday morning, starting
just a few minutes before the arrival of
the steamer Telephone on her way
down the river. Capt. Crang had his
men to work promptly with the steam
er's hose, and soon extinguished the
blaze. The building was not damaged
to a great extent, but the stock suffered
considerably from the water.
In a mention of the date of the next
meeting of the Minerva Society In yes
terday's issue, Thursday, instead of
Tuesday, should have been given. The
first meeting Ih the new quarters,
Kearney's hall, will be held this even
ing. A splendid program has been ar
ranged for the occasion, the debate be
ing on the subject: "Resolved, That
short engagements are better than long
ones." The debate will be led by two
The steamship State of California ar
rived In from San Francisco yesterday.
For this port she brought 400 sacks of
malt, 66 packages fruit and vegetables,
22 packages groceries, 44 packages hard
ware, 28 packages assorted merchan
dise, 11 empty trunks and 01 packages
sundries. v The consignees were John
Kopp, Ross, Higgins & Co., Foard &
Stokes. M. C. Crosby, C. R. P. Co.. W.
S. Mudd. G. W. Lounsberry. The State
proceeded up after discharging her As
One of the officers of tie circuit court
walked hurriedly into the sheriffs office
and stated to Deputy Sheriff Weeks
that there was a bundle of books in the
court room which Jud;e McBride had '
borrowed frvm Mr. WIni.w.. and which.
Ilia-Honor desired. Mr. Weeks should
carry to the owncr'8 office. Mr. Weeks
promptly snatched his hat and made
his way to the court room, where some
one pointed out the books. The deputy
p!ck.d them up, and with a look of mild
surprise directed toward the bench a3
he realized the wotght or the bundle,
he started off and succeeded in reach
lug Mr. Winton's office after a hard
struggle. Upon his return a general
laugh greeted him, and it was then ex
plained that no order had emanated
from, the court. The victim of the joke
accepted the matter philosophically, but
remarked, as he wiped the perspiration
from his forehead, that he would care
fully Investigate the next order he re
ceived before executing it.
Evangelist Ford again preached to a
packed house at the J. M. C. A. hall
last night. This series of meetings is
being well attended, and quite a num
ber have become deeply concerned
about their future welfare. Mr. Ford
has a practical and effective way of
presenting his thoughts, and as often
"hits" the professing Christian, as he
does the sinner. The BapUst church
choir furnished excellent music last
night. The CongregaUonal church cnolr
will have charge of the singing tonight,
beginning at 7:30.
The Stuttz company gave the last per
formance of "The Pearl of Savoy" last
night. Tonight "The Old Home, or Over
the Hills to'the Poorhouse," will be- put
on for a three nights' run, and also for
the usual Saturday matinee. It is a
comedy drama, with Mr. Stuttz in the
negro character of Mr. George Wash
ington Nlmrod. There has been a large
sale of seats for this performance. "Re
gina, the Rabbi's Daughter," written by
Mr. Stuttz, is to be published In a con
tinued series of "The Morning Baby,
commencing with Sunday's edition, and
distributed free. Later the play will re
ceive lfs first production on any stage.
John Electric Trulllnger is In a, griev
ous condition, indeed. He hears voices
In the night. Ghosts come to him and
sit for hours about his head, talking
loudly and threatening to hang him in
the garret if he does not do his duty
John's duty is to sing a song at the
next Elks' open session, and after try
ing his voice for the past week, he had
made up his mind to funk, but the
spo6ks (who are first cousins to the
Elks' guardian angels) won't let him
Can't some one send up a rabbit's foot
to the electric light foundry for John,
so he can be relieved of the fantads?.
Rumor That the Nominees Have Al
ready Been Selected.
It is asserted that some of the advo
cates of the populist movement have al
ready taken steps to form a ring and
fix up a slate, and that at the last meet
ing of the Blue Jay ctub the following
names were suggested for the various
offices: For senator, Mr. Fry, of the
Carpenters' Union, or Mr. Swenson;for
representatives, C. W. Shively and J.
W. Walker; county judge, E. C. Lewis;
commissioner, C. S. Dow or James Cu
sick; county clerk, Jeff . Crandall ; re
corder, J. H. Langworthy; superinten
dent of schools, H. S. Lyman; coroner,
Dr. O. B. Estes; justice of the peace,
CWarles Rogers; constable. Jack Reed;
sheriff, Pat O'Hara. As the Blue Jay
society Is a seci-et one, it cannot be
stated definitely that reliance can be
placed on the report, which is only
given for what it Is worth. Several of
the names mentioned are, however,
those of life-long democrats, and in all
probability the mention of their names
in connection with the populist move
ment Is without good reason.
There Is no risk taken by, joining
Hill's lot clubs. Everybody gets the
full value of their money.
St-e-e-dman's Soothing Powders suc
cessfully used for children, during the
teething period, for over fifty years.
Popularity of the Recent Decision
Against the Northern Pacific.
The news that the supreme court of
the United States had reversed the de
cision of Judge Sawyer in the North
em Pacific land grant case
has been received with pretty
general satisf tctlon among the settlers
on the Washington side. The lands in
volved are what have been commonly
known as the "lap-lands," lying along
the Columbia, embracing several hun
dred thousand acres, the title to which
has been In litigation since 1884. Those
who bought from the railroad company
will now, of course, be compelled to in
stitute proceedings for the recovery of
the money paid by them for their land
One of the largest holders of this land
is J. B. Montgomery, who had between
20,000 and 30,000 acres. The Northern
Pacific made a strong fight to retain
possession, and It was doubtless owing
to efforts made by that company that
the removal of Commissioner Sparks
was brought about some years ago. It
was Mr. Sparks who first held that the
title of the Northern lapsed upon the
forfeiture of the original land grant,
and his head quickly fell beneath the
official ax, Mr. Cleveland taking the
stand that he was too officious.
Japanese novelties and fancy dry
good, can be had at half price, at the
store of Wing Lee, next to Olsen's cigar
"Snow Flake" Flour, claimed to be
superior to ail others, yet costing no
more than inferior brands. Hobs, Hig
gins & Co., Sole Agents.
DOWN IN ARKANSAS.
"Well, Jim, how's the ague?"
"Didn't I tell you about that? Why,
I went Into old man Sharp's field one
night about a week ago, and the old
man got. up and loaded his gun in the
dark, and cum me If he didn't blow me
full of two griiu quinine piiia. I hain't
had an ache nor shake since." Life.
The Impostor Narrowly Escapes Re
sponslbility for the Death of
a Sick Lady.
It has laakad out that Ilr. Eraekhus,
during hiu stay here, tool; upon hlmseit
to cure the sick, and that as a result of
tho Imposition Mrs. Bue, who resides
on Arch street, had a narrow esoHpo
from losing her life. It appenrs'that the
lady had been seriously 111 for some
weeks, and about the time of Braekhus'
advent here was recovering rapidly un
der the care of. Dr. Janson. Mrs. Bue
was confined to her bed for a time, but
had just begun to regain strength and
move around the house when Braekhus
was brought to her house by some of
his adherents. The "ln.cplred" one went
into one of his fits, and ordered the
lady, in the name of the Father, Son
and Holy Ghost, to go to church. She
concluded to make the attempt, but the
exertion proved too much for her, and
she had to be taken home in a carriage.
In future the services of a regular phy
sician will be secured if there is any
sickness in Mrs. Bue's household. Mr.
Braekhus' excuse for the relapse was
that the lady had not faith enough, and
Mrs. Bue's friends think it fortunate
that the imposition was not practiced
before the patient became convalescent,
as the result might have been fatal.
Another instance of the manner in
which, Braekhus humbugged the people
Is told in Uppertown. The impostor was
taken to the residence of a lady who
was suffering from consumption, but
without being told the nature of the
malady which he was expected to cure.
As soon as he saw the patient and
learned the real cause of her sickness,
he coolly announced that the Holy
Ghost had deserted him for the time
being and he could do nothing.
For f2, a lot is delivered every week
to the buyer in Hill's First addition.
Lovers of a good cigar can always
find mild, fresh Belmonts at Chas. Ol
sen's If you want a first class photograph,
call on Crow, the Photographer, 638
Andrew Eskola Fined $75 for the Crime
Judge McBride yesterday morning re
convened court at 9:30, the first business
disposed of being a motion for continu
ance In the case of N. P. Johansen vs.
the Clatsop Mill Co. The motion was
disallowed and the trial set for today.
In the case of Andrew Eskola, charged
with the crime of assault, the defend
ant's counsel stated that he did not de
sire to proceed further, and asked that
sentence be passed. The court decided
that Eskola be fined In the sum of $75,
or be Imprisoned until the same be
In the case of E. L. Blodgett vs. S. N.
Johnson et al ten days was allowed in
which to file answer to amended com
The bill of District Attorney Barrett
Adjournment until 9:30 this morning.
Hill's First addition Is located in the
centre of the city. Lots are now selling
In it for $2.
II. Ekstrom has fixed his prices for
Jewelry to suit the times, and the latest
novelties can be secured at the cost of
material used in the manufacture. '
Special attention is called to our large
stock of staple and fancy groceries,
which we are now Belling at largely re
duced prices for cash. Ross, Higgins &
R. A. Hawkins, of Iiwaco, is in town.
James Hlslop, of Portland, Is in the
Judge Brumbach, of Iiwaco, was in
the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs.-T. C. Lewis, of St. Paul,
are guests at the Occident.
J. Mandel, of Sunset City, was among
the arrivals in town yesterday.
Mrs. Lowe, of Fort Stevens, was a
guest at the Occident yesterday.
Olsen has 29 brands of clear Havana
cigars and he will give you a better ci
gar for 10 cents than you can get for
15 cents at any other place. 627 Third
J. H. Bratt has opened the old Schus
ter gallery, 583 Third street, where he
will make portrait work. For the next
SO days, to Introduce his work, he will
make Cabinet Photo3 for $3 per dozen.
Mr. Bratt's view work here in Astoria
during the past year has been crcatly
admired. He has made some of the
finest cloud effects we ever saw.
THE SALMON MARKET.
Another Advance in Prices Looked For
In Alaska Fish.
The market continues fairly active,
says the San Francisco Herald of
Trade. The odds and ends have been
cleaned up on this coasts and also !n the
east, and as the remaining stock !s In
strong hands dealers need not be sur
prised if another advance in prices is
made by the Alaska Packers' Associa
tion. Low prices have stimulated con
sumption. We hear that the outlook is
favorable for a combination of Colum
bia river packers on similar lines of
the Alaska Packers Association. If this
combination is formed a better condi
tion o faffairs can be looked for.
The London Grocers' Gazette of Feb
ruary 10 reports as follows: The de-
. I . . . V. marlrat la
mana continues u, ... v ...
without excitement The Dltton, which
is the second steamer with Alaska sal
mon', hag arrived, but with only a very
small quantity, and as we mentioned
before, there Is very little of this kind
of salmon to arrive thli season. The
DIMon has also a few cases of new
Fraser river salmon on board.
An $80 lot for $2.
Fresh fish and poultry at Welcome's
Market, next to Foard & Stokes.
Meany Is the leading tailor and pays
the highest cash price for fur skins.
Oim .'or f 'oli!, temn una i-7!rl le
MJ:tA SmiR liik-Jmi. pt-r bniiiu.
Ishing goods, In the newest Btylcs, can
be had from Jr. A. Stokes & vo. uurin
tho present month, at prices never u
Ladies' writing desks, rocking trali
and dlniiiff chairs, suitable for Clniat
mas presents, at G. V. Porter's, Second
street. Handsome crayon poi'rl
with $23 purchases.
All the patent medicines advei-Us
In tills pnp.;r, together with the cholc-
pRt nerfumery. ana toilet articles, etc,
can bo bought at the lowest prices at
J. W. Conn's drug store, opposite Oc
cident Hotel, Aitoria,
Don't go to Portland to buy your
tickets for the "Old Country" and the
East when you can get them xor tne
same price at tho Union Pacific office
In this city, and thereby save your lo
cal fare to Portland.
SMOKE! SMOKE! SMOKE- SMOKE
If you want any thing good to smoke,
Key West, Imported, or domestic, you
must go to Chas. Olsen.
FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the. child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind chollo, and
Is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twen
ty-five cents a bottle. Sold by all drug
gists throughout tne woria.
ATHLETES OF THE PRESENT DAY.
J. E. Sullivan, secretary of the Ama
teur Athletic Union, President of the
Pastime Athletic Club, and Athletic
Editor of The Sporting Times, writes:
'For years I have been actively con
nected with athletic sports. I always
found it to my advantage to use All
cock's Porous Plasters while in train
ing, as they, quickly remove soreness
and stiffness; and when attacked with
any kind of pains, the result of slight
colds, I always used Allcock s with
beneficial results. I have noticed that
most athletes of the present day use
nothing else but Allcock s Blasters.
ENDORSED BY THE PRESS.
Gentlemen: This Is to certify that I
have used Krause's Headache Capsules
with satisfactory results. I bought a
box which cost me iSs, nnd one capsvle
cured me of a dreadful sick headache.
My wife and myself have both used
the medicines manufactured by the
Norman Lichty Mf'g Co., nnd we re
commend them to the public as being
JJust what they are represented,
- W. J. HUTCHISON,
Ed. Gazette, Pleasant Hill, Mo,
Twenty-five cents, for sale by Chas
Rogers, Astoria, Or., sole agents.
BOARD AND LODGING.
FIRST CLASS BOARD With or
without sooms, at reasonable rates, Ap
ply at E. C. Holden's, corner Main and
LOST A city warrant for $15. The
number Is 6,648, and the warrant was
indorsed on November 9. Finder will
please return to Fred. Sherman.
LOST A black clasp purse, contain
ing a sum of money. Finder will please
leave at this office.
WANTED A well located city lot,
MWst be a bargain. Owners only. Ad
dress P. O. Box 91)5, Portland, Ore,
$5.00 TO $15.00 PER DAY at home
selling Lightning Plater and plating
Jewelry, watches, tableware, etc. Every
house has 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.
AGENTS Makes $5.00 a day. Great
est kitchen utensil ever Invented. Re
tails 35cts. 2 to 6 sold in every house
Samp e, postage paid, five cents. E'or-
shee & McMakin, Cincinnatti, O.
FOR SALE Daniel H. Jory's house
and two lots, in block 56, Adair s As
toria, Inquire on premises, or of Ed
ward Adams, on block 58.
CHANCE FOR ALL Men of small
means can buy real estate in Hill's first
LOTS FOR $2. Call at the Astoria
Real Instate Exchange and tret a lot
in Hill's First Addition lor $2.
JAPANESE CURIOSITIES Win
Lee has Just received a full line of
Japanese curiosities and fancy goods.
will Ben at cost. 629 Third street.
MONEY TO LEND On good inside
real estate. Aaaress Room 709, Cham
ber of Commerce, Portland, Oregon,
HOTEL. Remember McGuIre's Ho
tel at Seaside is open the year around.
CALL ON P. BAKER, 478 Third St.,
and have your clothes dyed and
SEWING MACHINES And general
repairing, loek-flttiug, etc. C. A. May,
132 Main street.
GEO. M CLEAN, corner-Olney and As
tor streets, does a general business in
blacksntlthlng and repairing.
WHEN IN ( PORTLAND Call on
Handley & Haas, 150 First street, and
get the Dally Astorlan. Visitors neeti
not miss their - morning paper while
YOUR FRIENDS IN EUROPE. U
you have friends In Europe whose pas
sage you wish to prepay to Astoria.
call at the Northern Pacific office,
steamer Telephone dock, and make
known your wants. Reduced fare via
all' the leading steamship lines.
ARE YOU GOING EAST? Patron-
ize, the Northern Pacific railroad if
you are Going East Low rates of
fare, through tickets, baggage check
ed to destination. All purchasers of
second-class tickets can stop over at
Portland. Rates of fare same as from
Portland and Astoria.
Leaves Astoria every evening except
Sunday at 7 p. tn.
Arrlvc3 at AHtorla every day except
Sunday at 4 p. m.
Leaves Portland every day except
Sunday at 7 . m
C. W. isro.NK, Agt, Astoria,
E. A. Sftley, general agent, Portland.
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS-Oall
at August Danlelson'a Sample Rooms.
ONLY THE PUREST Wines and
liquors are sold at Alex Campbell.
A DLLICiuUtl DRINK. There Is
no plaeo In Astoria where John Kopp's
lumoua Deer 1:1 Kepi in such good con
dition as at Utzlngcr'B popular resort,
WINES AND BRANDIES. Use Zln-
fandel wine Instead of coffee or tea.
Fifty cents per gallon. Don't forget
peach and apricot brandy. Also French
cognac ana wine at Alex Gilbert a.
PILOT COMMISSIONERb-Tho reg
ular meetings of this board will be held
on the first Monday of each month at
10 a, m., at' the ollice of Robb & Par
ker. W. L. Robb. Sec.
NOTICE The regular meetings of
the Astoria Building and Loan Associa
tion are held at 8 p. m. on the first
Wednesday of each month. Office on
Genevieve street, south of Chenamus.
W. L. ROBB, Secretary.
OCEAN ENCAMPMENT No. 13. 1. O.
O. F. Regular meetings of Ocean En
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 i ted.
lsy order C P.
COMMON COUNCIL -Regular meet
ings first and third Tuesday evenings
of each month at 8 o'clock in city hall.
Persons desiring to have matters acted
upon by the council at any regular
meeting must present the same to the
auditor and clerk on or before the Fri
day evening prior to the Tuesday on
which the council holds its regular
meeting. K. OSBURN,
Auditor ana Police Judge.
H. A. SMITH
Rooms 1 and 2. Pythian Building,
over C. H. Cooper s store.
W. C. LOGAN. D. D. S.,
- DENTAL PARLORS.
Mansell Block, C73 Third Btreet
J. E. LaFORCE, D. D. S. .
HAS DENTAL PARLORS.
Flavel building, opposite Occident.
FULTON BROS., .
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Rooms 3, 4, 5, and 8, Odd Fellows'
Building, Astoria, Oregon.
W. 1L LAFORCE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office, Rooms 7 and 8, Kinney's build
SILAS B. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office' In Flavel's brlclc building.
FRANK J. TAYLOR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
, Q. A. BOWLBY,
ATTORNE t AND COUNSELOR
Office on Second Street, Astoria, Or.
DR. O. B. ESTES,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Special attention to diseases ol wom
en and surgery.
Office over Danziger a store, Astoria.
JAY TUTTLE, M. D. .
PHYSICIAN, BURGEON, AND
Office, Rooms 3, 4, over Astoria Na
tional Bank. Hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to
Residence, 639, Cedar street.
DR. STRICKLER, .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS' SUN
357 Second Street, Astoria.
House moving and street planking.
Screws and blocks for rent. Call on
or address 2037 Pine street.
ADJUSTER OF ACCOUNTS and
Office, with General Messenger Co..
CIS Squemoque street.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
Notary Public. Fire and accident In
W. W. PARKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSUR
ANCE AGENT. '
Office, 112 Benton street, Astoria, Or.
. R. & N. CO.'s
Leaves Astoria dally at 7:30 for Ii
waco, calling at Tanzy Point, and con
necting with railroad running north at
a. tn.. and with boats on Hhoa water
bay for SOUTH BEND, SUNSHINE,
OUTH COVE, and other points
through to GRAY'S HARBOR. Return
ing, connects at Iiwaco with steamer
r AmorlA. and NIGHT BOATS FOR
JOHN It. GOULTER, Secretary.
Ij. A. tXOMIS, President.
R. V. EGBERT, Superintendent.
TO SUBSCRIBERS. Those who do
not receive their papers regularly an l
on time should notify thin ofsice. If
wet or in bad condition, don't fail to
make complnlnt nt the business o.Tice.
I. W. CASK,
The Followlnir Companies t
German-American, New York City, H. Y.
Union fir and Marine, of New Tn'arJ.
Nvjonal Hre and Marine In. 4. t Hartford.
Connecticut Fire Ins. Co.. i f Hjrli .rJ.
Home Mutual Ins. Co.. S;n Frmclsco.
Ne.v York Plate Cilas Ins. Co.
Phinlx, or London. Impcrll. of London.
A. G. SPEXARTII,
Jewelry, Plated -Ware.
Fine Repairing a Specialty.
Agent for Winchester Repeating Fire
GJashhoPD's Guitars and mandolins.
Largest stock' of Fishing Tackle and
Bamboo Poles. The Trade Supplied.
Wheeled Wilson Sewing flTaohincs.
Kopp's Beer Hall.
Choice Wines, Liquors and Clears.
Only handed over the bar. The Largest glass
of N. P. Beer. Half-and-half. sc.
: Free Lunch. .
Erickson & Wirkkola, Proprietors,
Cor. Concomly and Lafayette Sts.
FREEMAN & BREMNER,
Special attention paid to Bteamboat re
pairing, first-class horseshoeing', etc.
LOGGING CflIP 010RK A SPECIALTY.
197 Olney Btreet, between Third and '
and Fourth, Astoria, Or.
Astoria Rational Bank
General Banking Business
Accounts of Firms and Individuals
solicited on favorable terms.
Foreign and Domestic Exchange
bought and sold.
- Money loaned on' personal security.
Interest paid on time deposits as fol
lows: For, S months, 4 per cent per annum
For 6 months, 5 per cent per annum
For 12 months, 6 pelt cent per annum
A Savlng 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 bobkg, 4 per cent
per annum; on term savings books, 6
per cent per annum. '
1. K. WARREN, President.
J. E. HIGGINS, Cashier.
J. C. DEMENT, Vice-Prest. ...
D. K. WARREN, .
J. C. DEMENT, , : !
C. S. WRIGHT,
JOHN HOBSON, j
H. C THOMPSON,
Acts as trustee for corporations and
individuals. Deposits solicited.
Interest will be allowed -on savings
deposits on follows:
On ordinary savings books, 4 per cent
On term savings books, 8 per cent per
On certificates of deposit:
r or three months, per cent per an-
For six months, E per cent per annum
For twelve months, 6 per cent per
J. Q. A. BOWLBY President
BENJ. YOUNG Vice President
FRANK PATTON Cashier
W. E. DEMENT Secretary
J. Q. A. Bowlby, C. H. Page, 0. A.
Nelson, Benj. Young, A. 8. Reed, D. P.
Thompson, W. E. Dement.
Dialer in j
hardware, Iron, Steel,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
Stoves and Tinware.
Hous Furnishing Goods, Sheet aud Strip Lead, Tin
and Copper, and Sheet Iron
Cor. 3rd and West Ninth Sts.
On the European plan. Large, airy rooms and a
first-class restaurant, board dally, weekly or
monthly. Private rooms for families. Oy.tters and
fish In season. Finest Wines, Liquors and Cl(ari,
EVENSON Sc COOK,
flofth Pacific Breoiery
JOHN KOPP, Prop.
Bohemian Lager Beer
And XX PORTER.
All orders promptly attended to
HEAVY AND SHELF
Farm Machinery, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Loggers'
Supplies, Falrbank's Scales, Doors
Provision, Flour, and Mill Feed.
HUNTER & MERGERS,
Proprietor of trie
Corner fieoonl and Benton Ktrocts.
Corner Third and Went KiKhth streets
A complete stock of lunit.tr r,n
In the rough or drerwd. Fluorlrv ru
ne, celling, and all kin. If of 1'
mouldings and shlrirlH: i,.u 1 , ...
work done to ordt-r. Terms rm,.VV .,
and prices at bedrock. Ail ... ; '
at mill. H. y. L. LOuan,