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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 29, 1894.
ABOUT THE CITY.
The steamer Truekee Balled from Ban
Francisco for this port yesterday.
The British bark Inve.rma'rk la on the
ws-y doTvn the river from Fertland.
Tlie BrltlHh bark Lor tori la expected
to Hull from Antwerp for Astoria during
tho presfiit week.
The British ship British Yeoman, 1,893
t. ns, has been chartered at Antwerp for
thin port, via Rcdondo. ,
The French bark Pierre Cornellle be-
frnn loading flour In Portland yes
The schooner Sailor Boy, from Sn
Francisco for Portland, entered at the
custom house yesterday.
The schooner Beulah, Capt. Johnson
from Redondo, arrived in yesterday.
She will load lumber at Portland.
A party of laborers at Coos Bay are
finishing the new sealing schooner Gen
Slglln on the co-operative plan.
The steamship Georgo W. Elder ar
rived down yesterday from Portland
and crossed out, bound for San Fran
At the drawing of Hill's lot. club yes
terday N. Clinton secured lot 37, In
block 30, and J. M. Jeffers lot 30, in the
An $S0 lot for $2.
Fresh fish and poultry at Welcome's
Market, next to Foard & Stokes".
Meany Is the leading tailor and pays
me nignest cash price for fur skins.
For $2, a lot Is delivered every week
to tho buyer in Hill's First addition
The keel of a large schooner has been
laid at North Bend. The dimensions are:
Length, 150 feet; beam, 38 feet: depth of
hold, 12 1-2 feet.
The British bark Marlon Crosble fin
ished loading wheat in Portland yester
day, and will leave down at the end of
the present week.
The barkentine Tarn O'Shanter, Capt.
Patterson, arrived down yesterday. She
is bound for San Francisco with 743
piles, 37,000 feet of lumber and 110,000
Word reached this city yesterday that
the British ship Vanduara went ashore
In Bristol channel recently. The dam
age is not stated, as particulars have
not yet been received.
the prospects sufficiently bright to Jus
tify tho purchase of all the latest styles.
No," Mr. Kyrie concluded, "there uru
no hard times here, and peoplo will al
ways 'purchase when barpalns in new
goods are offerr i " !!'.Tn of the latest
designs In xear r--"'lr marvcla of
bcautv In IpHh;t .iihI liUl'lu.
MesMiu Bullen aJid De Homer, of the
Bullen Bridge Company, of Denver,
went down to Young's Bay yesterday
to examine the site for the railroad
bridge, with a view to putting in a bid
for the work when the contract is let.
THH ELKS' SOCIABLE.
The Program Which Caused So Much
Merriment Tuesday Evening.
Tho great success of the Elltu' sociable
H. S. McGowan, of Chinook, is in the
was a favorite topic yesterday: and all city
who attended were unanimous in the! Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Cook, of Portland,
opinion that tlie alTuir eclipsed anything are in town
PILOT COMM IHSIONlSTlh The rcg-
elty. u'ar meetings or this hoard will be held
i uu mi mm niuiiuuy vi encn tnnntn at
it. . Alison, ui i-uriiuuu, is in uie ji a. in., at l he ore of Hohh Par
er. W. L. Robb, Bee.
Fresh Deep-Sea Fish Pally at the
Astoria Fish Market, 118 Olney f, reel.
Hill's First addition Is located In the
centre of tlie city. Lota are now selling
in it for fi.
NOTICE T'le regular meetings ol
ine ustoin miliums and Loan Aseocla
of llio kind ever irivi.ii In il. .,,,..1,..,..,. I , .... I ''. ,ue. "prI 1,1 l- I", on the 'first
ivi,ii v, i i i ,i I "lUHm 1,1 ",aml ,l -wiiuu iioin boh in vvediiewliiy of each month. Olllce on
- icunun niaimameo:; Bend yesterday.
tihelr rloufivAl ..r.i. ,.!.... i I
f r n,t. 2 , 7. w- J- In1"8 18 m town llle
.!' . , .WaS el?.l( chalr""' of. and CIa,.ke.
i.ic d,.iui Btasion. i ne program was
opened with a selection by Utzinger's
orcnestra, followed by the Mandolin
club. The other numbers were as fol-
&. Rey, of Portland, was In town ye
A letter was received by Herman
Wise yesterday from John Barrett, for
merly of this city, and recently appoint
ed minister U Bangkok, Slam, in which
Mr. Barrett states he will sail from
Vancouver, B. C, for his post on Mon
day next, the 2d of April. Mr. Barret.
desired to be remembered to all his As
The boys of the high school deserve a
good attendance Saturday evening at
their sociable. Their object is com.
mendable, and they are sparing no ef
fort to prepare an evening of solid
amusement. The meaning of the old
adage, "Laugh and grow Fat" will be
fuily realized by all who' attend. Re
freshments, such as only boys know
how to prepare, are said to be forth
Lovers of a good cigar can always
find mild, fresh Belmonts at Chas. Ol-
Mrs. Ross has just returned from
Portland, where Bhe has Becured all the
latest styles in dressmaking, and the as
sistance of a first-class forewoman from
iin Francisco. Prices will be the low
If you want a first class photograph,
call on Crow, the Photographer, m8
Fresh halibut and smoked salmon
dally at the Astoria Fish Market, Olney
Thousands of mothers give their chil
dren. St-e-eilman's Soothing Powder
during the teething period.
Dr. and Mrs. Tuttlc celebrated their
crystal wedding the other evening, and
ere the recipients of an elegant pres
ent of china from a number of their
friends, who surprised the doctor upon
his return from the parish meeting of
Grace Episcopal church. Dr. Alfred
Kinney, in a felicitous speech, made the
presentation, and hearty congratula-
Jons were extended by the many
friends of the recipients who were pres
ent. A most enjoyable evening was
spent by all.
The British bark Holywood entered
at tho custom-house yesterday. She
docked at the bonded warehouse, and than that at any previous democratic
S. Danzlger, who returned from Port
land yesterday, accompanied by Mi's.
Danziger, states that a large number of
Portland democrats will come down
here during the convention, Irrespective
of the question of whether they are
delegates or not. The local committee
has sent Invitations to all democratic
clubs throughout the state, and also to
prominent democrats Individually, to be
present at the convention, and it is
thought the attendance will be larger
will begin today to discharge her cargo
of tin, which consists of 25,505 boxes,
Hhe also has E0 tons of Liverpool salt.
Since Sheriff Smith published the no
tice to taxpayers that the city, county,
slate and Bchoo'l taxes would be delln-
conventlon in the state. The finance
committee is meeting with much suc
cess In raising an entertainment fund.
Olsen has 29 brands of clear Havana
cigars and lie will give you a better ci
gar for 10 cents than you can get for
ItS .. n. nn.. nt,nm COT mht.J
qpent on Saturday, the receipts have 13 l "'" u" iu"u
been large, and all hands in the sheriff's
office have been kept busy making out
In Tuesday's Astorian an item ap
peared which stated that the party of
excursionists from Ilwaco spent several
hours sightseeing in this city on Sun-
Ladles' writing desks, rocking tr-alis,
and dining chairs, suitable for Christ
mas presents, at G. V. Porter's, Second
street. Handsome crayon portraits
with $25 purchases.
A recent issue of the People's Journal,
of Glasgow, contains another very pa
thetic letter from one of the appren-
.1,. ...U.,. n I. Dhn.. kntr 1-.,.,... ,n.t
H.,,.,,.,,,,, ,mrTO.ll,1ce,j Brltlsh Bh,p p0,.t
nidi mey came uver iur me puipoae ot
attending services at Grace Episcopal
There is no risk taken by Joining
Hill's lot clubs. Everybody gets the
fiill value of their money.
Japanese novelties and fancy dry
gooiU, can be had at half price, at the
ttoro of Wing Lee, next to Olsen's cigar
J I. Eliitrflm has fixed hi prices for
jnwnlry to suit the times, and the latest
novelties ean be secured at the cost of
material used in the manufacture.
"Black" Martin and another man
whose name could not be ascertained
had a fistic encounter yesterday morn
ing on Third street. In front of thu Car
luthers buiidlng, in which they suc
ceeded in breaking some glass. Mr. Car-
rutihers did not care to prosecute, as
(he men agreed to pay all damages, and
consequently no arrests were made.
The wooden wedding Of Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Ward was celebrated by a party
at their residence on Front street Tues
day evening. Almost a hundred guests
were present, and several hours were
most pleasantly spent In singing, dano
jng ami yocal and Instrumental music.
The presents were numerous and use
ful. Opening days at the new millinery
store. 474 Third street, will be tomorrow
itji4 Thursday, the 21st and 22d lust.
For a delicious plate of pure ice
cream, go to C. B. Smith, the lee Cream
JJealer.- Ice Cream Soda a specialty. Pri
vate parlors for ladles. 4S3 Third street.
Anything In the line of gents furn
ishing goods, in tlie newest styles, can
lz had from P. A. Stokes & Co. during
te present month, at prices never be
tur equalled- .
The report frcnl Vancouver, B. C,
that sinall-pox has broken out among
the Chinese at that port and at Vic
toria, causes some uneasiness anions
custom house officials In Portland, but
needlessly so. The Signal is due here in
a short time, and the health officer will
take due care that she does not go up
I Jig river until it Is U-arnv4. bvWJ
doubt tha'the passengers are free from
While walking up Third street yes
terday an Astorian reporter noticed be
tween 30 and 40 large cases of dry goods
near Uie store of C. H. Cooper. "You
a-e evid.-ntiy not frightened at the cry
irf 'hard Uincs.'.'. remarked tbe newspaper
ir.au to Mr. Eyrlel "Not a bit," wrns
ine reply, "we are getting ready for
it.g wraasr busir-e-f., w-1 emiW
j Yarrock, which was lost on the south
west coast of Ireland after a voyage
from this port. From the letter It ap
pears that a number of the men on
board were scurvy stricken, and fresh
meats and vegetables were scarce on
board. Some of these were served out
to the men when It became evident that
a change in diet was necessary In or
der to save their lives. The writer of
the letter, a lad a little over 16 years,
states that he was fed on three-quarters
of a pound of biscuit daily for over
three months and a half, and was so en
feebled that on ono occasion he was
washed about In the lee scuppers for
several minutes, unable to rise on ac
count of weakness. What made their
sufferings all the more acute was the
fact that aiter tiio vessel arrived In
Brandon bay the captain went off Into
the country to see a doctor, leaving the
men to their own resources.
All the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the choic
est perfumery, and toilet articles, etc.,
can be bought at the lowest prices at
J. W.-Conn'? drug store, opposite Oc
cident Hotel, Ai toria. '
Don't go to Portland to buy your
tickets for the "Old Country" and the
Cast when you can get them for the
same price at the 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. Olscn.
Notice Is hereby given that the coun
ty, city. Stats and Behool taxes for the
yoar 1193, now due, will be delinquent
after April 1st, 1S34. Any one wishing
to save cost of levying on personal prop
erty must pay prior to that date.
H. A. SMITH, Sheriff.
CHANGE OF ADDRESS.
Rev. L. Nlf?sn, Scandinavian, German
and English Lutheran Pastor, has re
moved to the house oi ilr." il.
Larsen Berrinn.'W. Fifth street, at the
back of Scow Bay Foundry, opposite
the Finn church.
lows: Recitation, Bro. Waugh, of Port
land Lodge, No. 142; musical selection,
the Stuttz orchestra; violin solo, Adolph
Frelmuth; song, "The Midway Plais
ance," Harry Phillips; reciUitlon, Harry
Belden; selection, Utzinger's orchestra;
cornet duet, Messrs. Richardson and
Hall; recitation from "Hamlet," Bro,
btubtz; musical selection, Parsons' or
chestra; song, J. R. Lytle; piano solo,
Prof. Schwabe; Annie Polka, the Ut
zlnger, Stuttz and Parsons bands: eulta
solo, Prof. Bonlvere; musical selection
Mandolin club; recitation, Harry Bel
den; piano duet, Messrs. Waugh and
uribble, of Portland lodge; violin solo,
Prof. Frelmuth; recltat4on, Capt. G. W.
V oods. The remainder of the program
consisted of musical selections by the
tnree bands present, and the entertain
ment concluded with the singing of
"Aula Lang Syne."
The Imposition of fines created al
mcst endless merriment, and the re
ceipts of the lodge were increased to
the tune of $120.
Among the fines imposed were the fol
lowing: A. D. Charlton, for shaving his
whiskers off, $1; C. H. Clute, of Port
land, $1.50, for attending the sociable;
W. L. Robb, for filing complaint against
F. L. Parker, $1, which the latter was
ordered to pay.
E. A. Taylor was fined 50 cents, and
j. w. tiume was mulcted of a similar
sum for lending Mr. Taylor the amount
of the hitter's fine.
S. E. Harris was lined $1.50 for being
a good fellow and $2 added because he
It cost R. Carruthers 50 cents for tak
ing off his hat. promptly when entering'
the room, and Tom Brice was fined a
similar sum fcr not taking his hat off
on crossing the threshold.
S. S. Gordon was fined $3 for being a
police commissioner, and John Kopp a
similar sum for furnishing beer to the
Mark Warren was fined $1 for report
ing that the sandwich committee had
struck, and the members of the com
mittee 60 cents each for striking.
F. W. Overbeck, for allowing a dis
patch to come from Chief Hunt, In Port
land, ordering the arrest of A. D. Charl
ton for shaving off his whiskers, was
Chief Loughery, for arresting Sheriff
Smith, was fined $1, and the sheriff had
to pay $2 for allowing himself to be ar
State Printer Baker was fined $2 for
having so ably presided at the social
session, and John Fox paid $2 for hav
ing worn a dress suit.
E. C. Hughes paid $1.50 because he
was elected Exalted Ruler, and a num
ber of others paid various sums for vari
Altogether the members and their
friends made merry in a manner sel
Genevieve street, south of Chenamus.
W. L. ROBB, Secretary.
OCEAN ENCAMPMENT No. 13. 1. O.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. C. Crow, of Knap-,1 - i''-"'ar ,mc!"n.K8 'ct??, lin:
. . .. .. " campment No. 13, la the Odd Fellows'
pa, are stopping at the Occident. Building, at 7 p. m., on the second and
E. H. Palmer, of the firm of Palmer jcurtn Mondays of each month. So
journing oreuiren coraiany in '.tea.
Messrs. C. A. Bullen and J. R. De
Remer, of the Bullen Bridge Company,
went up tho river last evening.
Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Miller have re
COMMON COUNCIL -Regular meet
ings first and third Tuesday evenings
of each month at 8 o'clock in city hall.
Persons desiring to hav9 matters acted
upon by the council at any regular
meeting must present the same to the
turned from Canada, after a visit of. auditor and clerk on or before the Fri-
several weeks' dnrntlnn tn relative. BnH "ay evening prior to the Tuesday on
wiiic-ii iiio cuuuuu iioiub us regular
LUit we wouldn't quit.
The car Jines complain that
wo arc Inn ling travel by not
hurting feet. Our shoes are
miule for comfort. All sized
for all people.
L. O. Belland will leave next Wednes
day for Bristol Bay, Alaska, where he
will remain during the summer In the
employ of the Alaska Packers' Association.
Auditor and Police Judge.
LOST Round, gold breastpin, black
enameled engraving, with pearl in cen
ter, binder return to this office, or to
Mrs. M. H. Leinenvveber, and receive
II. A. SMITH
Rooms 1 and 2, Pythian Building,
over C. H. Cooper's store.
BOARD AND LODGING.
FIRST CLASS BOARD With or
without rooms, at reasonable rates. Ap
ply at E. C. Holden's, corner Main and
W. C. LOGAN, D. D. S.,
Mansell Block, C73 Third street
4fil."VT Mnlrnu tr. fill n rtnt, firu.il.
est kitchen utensil ever invented. Re
tails 35ct3. 2 to (i sold in every house.
Siinm f TinHltiir,. iviiit five nonta li'.ir.
shee & AlcMukln, Clnclnnattl, O.
$75.00 A WEEK paid to ladles and
gents to sell the Rapid Dish Washer.
Washes and dries them in two minutes
without wetting the hands. No experi
ence necessary; sells at sight; perma
nent position. Address W. P. Harrison
& Co., Clerk No. 14, Columbus, Ohio.
CHANCE FOR ALL Men of small
means can buy real estate In Hill's first
J. E. LaFORCE, D. D. S.
HAS DENTAL PARLORS.
Flavel building, opposite Occident.
Kopp'a Beer Hall.
Choice Wines, Liquors nd Cigars.
Only handed over the bar, Th largest glass
of N. P. Beer. Half-and-half, 5c.
Erickson &Wirkkala, Proprietors,
Cor. Concomly and Lafayette Sis.
FREEMAN & BREMNER,
Special attention paid to staamboat re
pairing, first-class horseshoeing, etc.
LOGGING CflJVIP KIORK A SPECIALTY.
107 Olney street, between Third and
and Fourth, Astoria, Or.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Rooms 3, 4, 5, and 6, Odd Fellows'
Building, Astoria, Oregon.
W. M. LAFORCE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms 6, 6 and 7, Flavel's Brick
SILAS B. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ofllce In Flavel's brick building.
FRANK J. TAYLOR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
LOTS FOR f$2. Call at the Astoria
Real Estate Exchange and get a lot
In Hill's First Addition for $&
JAPANESE CURIOSITIES Wing
Lee has just received a full line of
Japanese curiosities and fancy goods.
Will sell at cost. 6!i! Third street.
C. R. F. P. U. NOTICE.
Regular monthly meeting of the Co
lumbia River Fishermen's Protective
Union will be held at tbolr r.a,ilvS
rooms Tuiay, April 2. 14, at 7:30 p.
m. sharp. Final reading of the consti
tution, ana other business of importance
to be transacted. Members In good
standing are requested to be present
and have thMr hook or recotpi along,
SOFUS JENSEN, Secretary.
The Regular Ticket An Easy Winner at
The republican primary elections
passed off quietly yesterday. There were
two tickets In the field, the regular, and
one designated as the Welch, or opposl
tion, ticket. The former was as follows:
Alex. Murray, G. Kornatadt, J. W.
Douglass, Joe Rlipa, D. McTavIsh, J
McGuire, J. R. Clinton, J. L. Carlson,
Frank M. Green, F. J. Carney, A. A.
BringdaJe, B. Ward, T. S. Truilinger, G.
A. Moen.'O. F, Heilborn, C. S. Gunder
son, H. p. Drennon, Chas. McDonald, L.
Hansen, J. F. Morse, Geo. Stevens, P.
Kearney, H. H. Anderson, ' M. Knut
son, T. Sleverson, F. C. Reed, C. Tlm-
mons, W. F. McGregor, G. A. Nelson, O.
F. Morton, W. B. Painter, Wm. Scho-
deld, K. Larson.
The opposition ticket was as follows:
T. O. Truilinger, G. Reed, F. A. Fisher,
J. R. Clinton, C. E. Bayles. J. S. Del
linger, A. C. Carlson, P. J. Meany, John
Abercromble, John Halm, Q. Wingate,
B. War, T. 8. Truilinger, G. O. Moen,
O. F. Heilborn, C. 8. Gunderson, A. F.
Krager, Adolph Johnson, August Nel
son, J. L. Lovell, F. Wlckman, P. C.
Ryckman, H. H. Apdenson, M. Knut
son, T, Stoverson, F. C. Reed, C. Tim
mons, W. F. McGregor, G, A. Nelson, O.
F. Morton, W. B. Painter, Wm. Scho
field, K. Larson.
The result was an easy victory for the
regular ticket. The vote by wards was
First ward Regular ticket, 102; oppo
Second ward Regular ticket, 122; op
Third ward Regular ticket, 39; oppo
The vote was an unusually heavy one
for a primary election, and Indicates
that republicans are plentiful. Two
years ago the vote was but S8, against
365 this year.
CHA?dM OF ADDRESS.
Mrs. Christine Nissen, Teacher of the
Piano and Organ, has removed
to the house of Mr. M. L-r-
sen Berrinn. W. Fifth street, at the
back of Pcow Bay Foundi-y, and oppo
site the Finn church.
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Call
at August Danielson's Sample Rooms.
ONLY THE PUREST Wines and
liquors are sold at Alex Campbell's
A DELICIOUS DRINK. There is
no place in Astoria where John Kopp's
famous beer Is kept in such good con
dition as at Utzinger's popular resort.
WINES AND BRANDIES. Use Zln
fandel wine Instead of coffee or tea.
Fifty cents per gallon. Don't forget
peach and aprlcct brandy. Also French
Cognac and wine at Alex Gilbert's.
HOTEL. Remember McGulre'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, lock-titting, etc. C. A. May,
132 Main street.
GEO. McLEAN, corner Olney and As
tor streets, does a general business In
blacksmilhing and repairing.
J. Q. A. BOWLBY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Ofllce on Second Street, Astoria, Or.
DR. O. B. ESTES,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Special attention to diseases of wom
en and surgery.
Office over Danzlger's store, Astoria,
JAY TUTTLE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, AND
Office, Rooms 3, 4, over Astoria Na
tional Bank. Hours, 10 to It and 2 to
5. Residence, ti3!f. Cedar street
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES.
3S7 Second Street, Astoria.
House moving and street planking.
Screws and blocks for rent Call on
or address 2037 Pine street
I. W. CASE,
TIlO Followlnir Cr m ni.nf.a ,
German-American. New York Clly, N. Y.
union nre una marine, 01 Mew Zealand.
National Hire and Marine ins. Co., of Hartford.
Connecticut Fire Ins. Co.. of Hartford.
, Home Mutual Ins. Co., San Francisco. -New
York Plate Class Ins. Co.
Plianlx, of London, - imperial, of London
THE advantages of a bank
account are numerous.
It is not to businoss men we
aVe talking they know alla-;
bout it-but to salaried men and
women. There's safetyif the
bank is a good one. There's
convenience the money al
ways ready and always out of
harm's wa', ouf. of the reach
of your own petty squander
ing. It is easy to ?pond small
.sums when you have a large
sum in your pocket.
We open accounts in our
Savings Department for as
small an amount as $l,and
pay you interest. We will bo
glad to send our last, state
ment if you caro to seo it.
Tho Astoria National Bank
D. K. WARREN, President. '
J. K. HIGGINS, Cashier.
J. C. DEMENT, Vlce-Prest.
D. K. WARREN,
J. C. DEMENT, : j
C. 8. WRIGHT, ,
JOHN HOBSON, i
H. O THOMPSON,
ADJUSTER OF ACCOUNTS and
Office, with General Messenger Co.,
CIS Squemorjue street
WHEN IN PORTLAND Call on
Handley & Haas, 150 First street, and
get the Dally Astorian. Visitors need
not miss their morning paper while
TO SUBSCRIBERS. Those who do
not receive their papers regularly and
on time should notify this office. If
the papers delivered by carriers are
wet or in bad condition, don't fall to
make complaint i the business office.
YOUR FRIENDS IN EUROPE. If
you have friends in Europe whose pas
sage you wisli to prepay to Astoria,
call at the Northern Pacltio office,
steamer Telephone dock, and make
known your wanls. Reduced fare via
all the leading steamship lines.
ARE YOU GOING EAST? Patron
ize the Northern Paciric 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
FOR OVER FlifTY YEARS
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup baa
been used for children teething. It
sooth the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cure wind chollc. abd
U the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five
cents a bottle. Bold by all drug
gists throughout the world.
OFFICE CUSTODIAN. U. 8. CUS
TOM HOUSE, Etc., ABtoria, Oregon,
March 18. 1814. Sealed proposals will be
received at this office unUl 2 o'clock p.
m. on the 16th day of April, 181)4, and
opened Immediately thereafter, for all
the labor and materials required for
miscellaneous reiairs to the above
named building, in accordance with
drawings and specification, copies of
which may be had at this office. Each
bid must be accompanied by a certjtlcJ
check for a sum not less than per cent
of the amount of the proposal. The
risht Is reserved to reject any or all
bids and to waivo any defect or infor
piailty in any bid, should It be deemed
In the Interest of the government to
do so. All bids received after the time
stated will be returned unopened to the
bidders. Proposals must be enclosed in
envelopes, sealed and marked "projaii.
als for Miscellaneous Repair 10 the
U. 8. Custom House, etc., Astoria, Ore
gon," and addressed to Charles II.
J. H. MANSELL,
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
Notary Public. Fire and accident insurance.
W. W. PARKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSUR
Office, 112 Benton street, Astoria, Or.
A. G. SPEXARTH,
Jewelry, Plated Ware.
Fine Kepairing a Specialty.
Agent for Winchester Repeating; Fire
IQashburD's Guitars and mandolins.
Largest stock of Fishing Tackle and
Bamboo Poles. The Trade Supplied.
Wheeler A Wilson SeuiinglWaehines.
Cor. vi nj WVn KlstB Su.
On th European rlw. I uft. tiiy roomi mid
fi-st-ctau rrtuujrtnf. liuiJ daily. ?kly or
momMy. privat- room? f(ir famili. Ovsirri anJ
f.Oi In Mural, f-iintst Wliws. Lkjuori and Uxart,
EVENSON & COOfC, ; Proprietors.
Portland and Astoria.
Leaves Astoria every evening except
Sunday at 7 p. m.
Arrives at Astoria every day except
Sunday at 4 p. m.
Leaves Portland every day except
Sunday at 7 n. m.
C. W. STONE, At, Astoria,
K. A. Beeley, general agent, Portland
I. R. & N. COs
Leaves Astoria dally at 7:30 for II-wac-o,
calling at Tar.zy Point, and con
setting Willi railroad running north at
10 a. 111., and with boats on Klioalwnter
bay for BOUTH BEND, BUNSillNE,
NORTH COVE, and other points
throuRh to GKAlf'8 I1ARROR. Return
In?, connects at Ilwaco with steamer
f.ir Astoria, and NIGHT BOATd FOR
JOHN K. COULTER, Becretary.
L. A. LOOM IS, Prwldont.
R. V. EGBERT- Superintendent.
TpE JlSTOlp SAVINGS BAfty
Acts as trustee for corporations and
individuals. Deposits solicited.
Interest will be allowed on savings
deposits us follows:
On ordinary Btivlnga books, 4 per cent
vii term uavinga dooks, 0 per cent per
On certificates of deposit:
For three months, 4 per cent per an-
For six months, 5 per cent per annum
For twelve months, 6 per cent per
J. Q. A. BOWLBY President
IlICNJ. YOUN'J vice President
FilANK PATTON Cashier
W. K. DEMKNT Secretary
J. Q. A. Bowlhy, C. H. Page, O. A.
Nelson, BenJ. Yountr, A. S. Heed, V. P.
Thompson, W. E, Dement.
hardware, Iron, Steel,
. Iron Pipe and fittings,
Stoves and Tinware.
How Furnishing Guodi, Sheet ud Strip Lead, Tin
and Copper, and Sheet Iron
florth Pacifie Bremery
JOHN KOPP, Prop.
Bohemian Lager Beer
And XX PORTER.
All order! promptly attended to
HEAVY AND SHtLF -
WQtronHct Vehlcher in Stock
Farm Machinery, Paints, Oils, Vamlahes, Logger'
Supplies, Falrbank't Scales, Doors
FrovlBtona, Flour, and Mill Pd,
Astoria, Oregon. .
HUNTER St. MERGERS,
IVoprletort of tlie)
Portland Butchering Co.'s Markets
Corner Second and Benton street.
Corner Third and Wral Eighth Htrtetg
A complete stork of lumber on hand
In the rough or drexsed. Flooring run.
tin, ccllintc, and all kinds ot linlsh
mouldlnK and Bhlng1;; also bracket
work done to order. Turin mutonabii.
and prices at bedrock. All order,
promptly attended to. ome and vnJ!
at mill. M. . L. LOU AN, l"ro
Seasrlde, Oregon, v T'