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THE DAILY ASTORUN, ASTORIA, SUNDAY MUliMNU, JANUARY 7, 1894.
fttiljj Jlotwrtrnt TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY.' Served by eatrler, pepr week.. 15 eta Sent by mall, per month ei cts Sent by mall, per year.. $7.00 WEEKLY. Sent by mall per year, $2.00 In advance Postage iree to BUDScriDers. The Astorlan guarantees to its suli scribers the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia river. Advertising rates can be obtained on application to. the business manager. This paper Is In possession of all th! telegraph franchises, ana is tne cr.iy paper on the coiumDia river mat puD Jlshea genuine aispatcncs. The Pally Astorlan's circulation Is Ave times as great as uiat of the com blned circulation of the other dally pa' pers of Astoria. The Weekly Astorlan, the third old est weekly In the state of Oregon, has, lifcxfc to the Portland Oregonlan, the largest weekly circulation in the state, Subscribers to the Astorlan are re. quested to notify this office, without loss of time, immediately tney lull to receive their dally paper, or when they do not get it at the usual hour. Hy do Ivg this they will enable the manage ment to place the blame on the proper parties and to insure a speedy remedy Handler & Haas are our Portland agents and copies of the Astorlan can be had every morning at their stund on First street. YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. Local weather for the twenl.y-four ' hours ending at 5 p. m, yesterday, fur nished by the U. 8. Department of Ag rlcullure weather bureau. Maximum temperature, 45 degrees. Minimum temperature, 33 degrees. Precipitation, 1.63 Inches. Total precipitation from. July 1st, lSDI to date, 45.86 Inches. Excess of precipitation from July Is' Iff 3, to date, 9.95 Inches. ., FISHERY REGULATIONS. As was generally anticipated, thf changes proposed In the new fishery regulations, a draft of which has just been Issued by the department at Otta wa, are not sweeping, and follow to 8 great extent those which were In force last season. The report sent from Ot tawa some weeks ago tq the effect that the usual cannery licenses were to be done away with, has turned out erro neous; they are provided as before. The reduction of the license fee from $20 to $10, which will no doubt be hailed with satisfaction by the fishermen, is one of the changes, and another is the exten sion of tho weekly prohibitive hours which it la Intended Bhal) be from Sat urday morning at 6 o'clock to midnight on Sunday, whereas last season fishing began at 6 o'clock on Sunday evening. These are the most important feuturer noted In the proposed bill which th minister of marine and fisheries ha made public, with the request that prac tical suggestions by those Interested ir the fishing Industry should be made at to any alterations that may be deslrabli In the new code. IJrltish Columbia Commercial Journal. The financial history of the past ea: is unquestionably without precedent Never before has there bean such wide spread distress among financial instltu tlons and business mod. Flnt, the sil ver bill aroused fear, at home ant abroad, that the country would get upor a silver busts; and then came 'hreat ened tariff legislation, wMch has put i wet blanket upon commercial ontsr prises of almost every kind, and throw thousands ot working people opt ot m ployment. The very decided move ir business which was promised, by tin majority party, as soon as -he sllvei purchase law was passed, has not come and as to the future, It is evident tha there will be no change until the ques tton of tariff is settled. Our natura resources are magnificent, and the re vival of trade must come eventually when we shall again be prosperous and happy. The present year cannot witnes: such a general disturbance in buslnesi as has characterized tho period Jus passed. Thero would be an Immediate revival of business were it not for thi tariff agitation in congress. Thus. th vital Interests of sixty millions of peopl are in the keeping of the national log Ulature, and the demand Is for prompt action. It is uncertainty, coupled with the fear of tariff changes, which is kill Insr business. There is every reason for belief tha the early consummation of Astoriu't long-cnerished railroad dream is al hand, if the property owners prompt! show the proper spirit. Information It at hand, and from the mot reliable source, that m soon as the title to th land subscriptions shall have been past cd upon, the contract will be signed for the construction of the road. In view of the great depression in busi ness throughout the country, and the quletnw of business affairs in this city, there Is cause or congratulation In thf knowledge that a few short weeks wU herald the arrival of an era of pros perity sui h as has never beore beer experienced. Without a railroad It Wll' b but a matter of a few years untF our property-owners ore bankrupt; with on will come good times that will bt , ii.uiu.iiy beneflcuU to all. The moot; needful thin now Is expedition )n get ting the subsidy raised. Why there should be any hesitation m making such an Investment as the one pro posed. Is not easily explained. ' The holders of realty can readily reach the goal of their choice, be it poverty or be It affluence. Doubts continue to lieressed re gardlng the sea-going .qualities of tlv monitor Mlantonomah, and the admin Istration Is falling in for severe censur. for sending the vessel south. Those wh should know most about the Mlontono mah say she should never have beet sent on the trip. Her usefulness for harbor defense is undoubted, and ii case one of our ports was assailed, sue! a vessel would be Invaluable. With he flat Iron deck but two feet out of the water, and her towera with ponderoui guns and all the features of the oris . ...... exaggerated, it seems t- hhn.u.i.. ... .. .... ounuuvg iu Benu ner to sea It iV,. ......... .t " -u.v.vcs me voyage, the dis comfort of tho wan, hii i. u comrori or tne crew will be much mor distresHlnir than .,. t wiw.ii in. men on the Mnnti, ,.11.. """"V plained. The officers and men an brave, and they obey orders wlthou complaint, but they know they shoul not be sent out on the Atlantic in mle winter on an Iron plank, especlall; when there Is not likely to be any u sent necessity for such a course. Andrew Carnegie, the chief of tl "robber barons," has decided to hea coals of fire on the heads of the mc who, by their votes, did their best I Injure his business and that of ottv manufacturers whose success depeni o largely upon the continuance of irotective policy in the United State tie has decided to keep his steel wort unnlng all winter at a loss, that tl men may -Tint be discharged, and 1 taking contracts for the Iron work fo- bdg buildings at less than Its cost o production. In addition to this his offe for the benefit of the unemployed o 'an equal sum to that which the clt' jens of Pittsburg contribute up to $5, Of per working day during the next tw months," stamps him as .1 "robber" o l peculiarly benevolent type. llased. upoi tho amount of duties re celved for 1892, tho democratic tarlf for revenue falls to provide sufflcler revenue for the legitimate needs of th irovernment to the extent of over slxt five millions, and if the present stugitt tion In business continues, the deficl will be much larger. After almost par alyzlng business for nearly a year, th majority In congress want to enact i measure which will cause an enormou shortage In the receipts of tho govern ment. This la in the face of the fuc that Secretary Carlisle Is obliged t recommend the issue of bonds to nice a deficit which Is present and actual. According to recent statistics, th output of gold on the Randt, In Soutl Africa, continued augmenting. In No vember last It rose to 138,640 ounces he highest yield yet attained, and th. iotal for the year Is 1,332,116 ounces. Ai iverag amount for December wouh make tho total over 1,470,000 ouncer which would represent a cash value o jver $25,000,000. What with gold In Co! irado, of which one mine is bald to con tain $100,000,000 in low grade ores, th world's supply Is feeing augmented con jlderably. FOUND THEM THE BEST. This Is to certify that I have usee Krauso's Headache Capsules period! .ally for over a year, and have verj much pleasure ir stating that the .-.ave always proved very beneficial am have relieved mo In from ten to lifted minutes, I have been a sufferer fron headache for many years, and have never round anything to do me as nuch good as Krause's Hendacho Cap axles. xours urwy, LOUIS HERMAN, 231 Toplar St., Wichita, Kan. For sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria, Or., sole agent ' CURE FOR HEADACHE. As a remedy for all forms of head u h Electric Cltters has proved to ui the very best. It effects a permnnon ouro and the most dreaded lmbima 4lek headaches yield to Its inlluenoc We urge all who aro afflicted to pro ure bottlei and. give this remedy i ralr trlnl. In cases of habitual consti .,i. RiAPtrie Hitters cui-es by glvuu iedo.l tone to the bowels, and fev innir resist the use of this tiled iclne. Try it once. I-arge bottles onlj rfty cents, at e..ni. lunru ums GUARANTEED CURE, nr. anihnrlx our advortlsed driiPKls' A ..,ii K'lnir'a New DlwovcrV for Cos million. CouKhii. nud Colds. uixn thli ii. I.... ir vim him nffllete.l with II f,vh Oi.i.l. cr anv Lunar. Throat or . .. u..i.id anil u-lll hum thin remedv as directed, giving it a fair trial, and ex rrlence no lenellt. you may return the .ottle and hv your "w,,Z,e,f1l'n,1, r. -,,i.i nni itn.kit this ofTor did we "Y h Tie. uirui's Kw Discovery " "" - .ii.....i.,,. i could tx rein' on. ' ""'"""'ri, Trial bottle, treo at Chas. Roars' Urug Store. Larfco site w M1LK3' NERVE AND LIVER .FILLS. I Art on new principle regulating h. liver, stomach and howeis mrougn A n Off"VTr. ur. iii..- r-nu nedllv cutej billlousness. bsd tux'o. torpid liver, piles, conailpa llon. Uneoualed for men, women and rhlMrtn. smallest, mileiesi. surei-ii u acres c- fi"co Ccaa. Rogers. . .. BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve In the world foi ruts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positive ly cures piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to Rive perfect satisfac tion or money refunded, l'rlce 25 centH oer box. Kor sale by Cliau. Rogers, !'' saor to J. C. Uemuiif. FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing1 Syrup has "".ii usea tor cnildren teething, it soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind chollc, and Is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Sold by all drug gists throughout the world. , Report of the Condition OK TUB ASTORIA NATIONAL BANK AT ASTORIA, In the State of Oregon, lit the close ol linsliie.i', December ltf. IKW1. ltKHOUIK'KH. Umns anil ellwoun . $!il,:7:U7 I u- S bond to secure ciicuiiiiluii.....'.'.'.". l:i.'i'u i' I ('milium mi ii H bo ils i ,r,iK in I 'locks, ncuiiti. et- :;.77ii 7.. I BiinkihK-lioiiStf.iiir iiur.iid llxitn.n a.iiwa I Due from tiutluinil bunks unit reserve I HiftnU) IMliW Due from suite bunks nud bankers... ...171 M I 'ub friiui airoveil reserve agents ;2.ii hecks and other c:wli ileum V. Ui I Motes ol other Natiounl banks W i jfraetiomil nailer ciirienrv. nickels. I and cents IH in I LAWITI. MoM-.Y KkHKK IN llAMt, VI: Hueele.. s.mil in l.-!(jiil-teniler m l s -KHI (JO U. h. Certif's nf Poi oil fur Lottl Tendor IVJOl W Keili-iniitiiiu luiiil w ih U.S. Treasurer (fi H!t vent, of circiiUtiunl Ki K lotill l:;.:r7.t N i.t Aliif.l rum, topltHl stock paid In S ai.ofM Ot uriilin bind fi.u. o w. uiullvliled nrnliis l.i'- HI iollul tliti.k lllites .11 B lii.dilil! V"1" I" ue In other National Hank .a :;1 ndlvlilliHl denosiu sill Ject to cheek.. 7 iIgiiiaihI (aTlilleules of (lvposit.... -I.!''l .'I' line cerliiluates of deiiosit :i7 , ;K Total Si:s:i,:t7:i M itnte of Oregon, County of ( lalsop, I. -I. K. litmus, fail ier i f tlx; alinve iiuned tiiiuk. d.is ileuuil v sivear tliat 1 1 1 almvi tub incnt is Irile to the best of my know.e Ue mil ue:iei. .1. Is. (HUiiliN.t. tinnier Su s.-rlliert and sworn to in to e iiieiini it'll l-iy of I'oi'ombei.lH'.'l. i; V. I- L'blO.N, I ska i.J Notary Public for Oregon. Correct-AtKMt : I'. K. WAIM1KV IM1KV ) illsiJX, J-Direi CilKM' J .IOIIN lliillsox, i-Direitms J. (J. UI' TOO OFTEN THE CASE, INTERESTING PROOFS. A young society lady, after a round of raycty, becomes suddenly conscious ol an mi ihii.iI sensation. She Ji.u frequent attacks ol iji'mw, her back achea, and she feels Hue and eiuraliy run down. Mothers, look well to your daughters! Daughters, look well to yourselves I Let the first Ry in ptom denoting the tip- iroat'h of disease receive your instant attin- ion. Healthy women aietlio Impo ol' tin ace, nml it is well-nigh criminal to ncirlecl .nythinpj which promises relief. There is Aniefor all sittlercrs from X.rroui 9i,imf. Jiead what follows: Mrs. Jonnio C Davis, a lino nrlir-t ami nr ecoinplished authoress, ot Westhehl, is. mil been sulijcct to licailaelio ever hinoc sin oi Id remember. So severe were hor at icksns localise at times temporary delirium VII treatment hail fail oil to relieve lur, Inn iftcr ti-itiR Dr. Miles' llcstorutivo Nervine iho writes: "My record is to mc, at least iuti factory. No headache, constantly in creasing appetite, and n consequent giiin ii: veiglit of two and a half pounds in just oik veek." Six weeks Inter she writes: "Have read mil sewed immoderately of late, but ni) icadaclies do not return." Wra. John It. Miller,of Valparaiso, Iml. .vas attacked three yours bro with turn of life m its worst form." It finally went, to lici 'end, and all indications were that it wouU' result either in insanity or softening of the bruin. Her husband thus writes; "It would 'ic impossible for mo to tillrmpl a tlrtrrijitinr if ftv mjlrringf (lurinjf all tins lime. No was trcatul by our ifry best lorn I physicians with hut temporary benefit. She lilts taker 'iitir buttles of Dit. Miles' Uts-rott vrtvi Xervink, nml is cured. Sho h is giinci 'wontv pounds in weight. I toll you, sin iften blc.-ses vou for what you have done fo: her." Kccollect that for tho ernr of sll Ker votii l)ienscs there is no remedy which pronclics I)i: Hfili' litvtnntliiv Xtrrint. It i free from dangerous ilrui." nml opiate Sol, by all drugffists. on a p.wiiive u'mriutee, o dr. Miles Medical Elklntit, Ind. Food - -Digestion - Complexion - a"faaaaa"aiw 3 re a" intimslely connected rX; practically inseparable. T-if'-ii Though the fact is often - ignored, it ii ncvertliclrs SSrSii ,ruo lnat a complex- ;-r5rr 7rt ion is nn iniosstUlity with- - .E? ont rochI digestion, which jjj pfi in turn dpeads on good There Is no more common '-E "-Tl cause of Indigestion than iE lard. Let the i .riclit hcue- TZXT- n kecjwr use S7miti' m Th New Vegetables Shortening and sultitute for lard, and ler checks, with those of 3.'.. her family, v ill be t.r IZ J more likely to lie " Like a rlz rose in the snow." 5r: Cottolekr is clean, de-H . Hi t 1 , 1 . I , . I , MM 1 , laic, iicuuiitui auu VpU y M lar. " Try it for yourself. , ndthptcrtil in stamps to , r-'.".." K. Kaiirhank & t!o,fv.'hicao, lor : .... handoniCottolrneC(iolcllo.)k. coaiuaing i hondred rKip, fc ; :3 imiund Uy nliit eioiKui u:l.ur- m y i on cooking. fleets only by N. K. Fairbank & Co., ST. LOUIS and CHICAQO, NCW YORK, BOSTON. ...ii in..i..r.i. ii(?23 kuiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiraiiaiiiiliiiiill GOOD GOTTOLEHE IT'S JIIQH TIME something was done, if youi blood is impure. You can't mi tuku the symptoms. Wotehei mid pimples, or a feeling of Um guor and depression of them. It yon "let jt co" you're an easy prey to all of serious ailnieiiUi. Now. tho Itfwt Uocd-niirifl. f J In the world is Or. tierce's Uold- on Mwlillil Tliaenvu. rr-i.. f 'i 'X that, and it will certainly rid 6i.- 4 you of every blood -taint and csfrj disorder, it starts every organ if'A into healthful action, assist i'tfii ull the bodily functions, and "'ft okMnwa. builds li n. ami In.,:.. k''irB orates tho whole system. F V- 3 Th.-" Isci.v ry far surpewset tM- r.-isfy ('"! Live r Oil nn( aji filtl.v oi:i:(L-i u., a L'tt.li-l.uilijtr and tftretV-Hi-iv-toinr. For e-.erv hs.a.'" ccusc-l by a torpid liver or impure blood, liytspesia, " Liver Complaint," tho most stubborn Skin, Sculp, or Kcrofulous affections even Consumption, or Ltmg-Kcrofula, in its earlier stages it's 'the only remedy that can lie (jiiuranteed. If it doesn't benefit or cure, you liavo your money back, Mav ilenend unon the way vo i treat h mnn ini,a which nature gives. A few bot.u-. ... 3. S. S. taken at the proper tiine may insure good y.nn 'or a year or iwo. i ikiki ore act at once, tot it IS IMPORTANT hat nature be arsisted at the right tlme.lOT icv-r fails to relieve ins system oi un- jurities, and is an excellent to.iic also.41" He Wants to Add His Name. jrmit me to add my name to you - nnny other rti :atesin commendation of tliecrent curativn roperties contai icd in Swift's Specific (8. S. S.) 1 ; , certainly one of the b?l tonics 1 ever used. J in V. Daniel, Andeiscu.S. C." Treatise o Lluol and skir. diseases mai ed rce. SWIFT bl'KCIKIU CO . Atlaa.a. Ga. g DR. (SUNN'S ONI0H SYRUP FOR COUGHS, COLDS MO CROUP. GRANDMOTHER'S ADVICE InrftiainffAfimlW of nine children, mv onW rem edy for Couch i, Ualdi and Croup was onion syrup. It is. just aaeftVctUo to-diy as it wan lorty yrara ago. Now my rrrintlftiililrrtn tVo Dr. Gunn'sOuion Syrup whtch is already pvnparl and morp plenaant to tho iMrer aom evfr?wnoro. Liarfro rxtn oo oAnts. Vdkauoflubatitutofor it. TbortPo uotbiug m good (Tur sale by J. w. conn. Druggist. BOOTS and SHOES The Largest Stock, Best Quality and Lowest Prices at The Sign of the Golden Shoe. JONX HAHN & CO WANTED. W'AN'I'I.n Pushing canvasser ef good tdihes.t. I.lboral salary and expenses- tiulil weekly; permanent position Uiiiwn Jtrns. to., nurserymen, i'ort uind, (iR'K'in. WAXTK1). $100 on good security, Address 11. J., this ufftee. V'ANTHP A position as bookkeeper, teiKignipher, or clerk. Or would take a set nt hooks to "stralnhten up lot he in -.v year. Address Uookkecpe .'tire Astonan. FOrt SALE. CIIANCB FOlt ALL Men of small means can buy real estate in Hill's first addition. LOTS Folt $2. Call at the Astoria Uenl KsMle Exchange and get u lot n Hill s Kiiot Addition for i JAl'AXliSE CURIOSITIES Wing Lee has lu.st received a full line ol Japanese curiosities and fancy goods U III sell at cost. 5-9 Third street. MISCELLANEOUS. MOTEL. Remember Mcllulre's Ho ;el at Seaside is open the year around CALL OX i BAKER. 478 Third St ind have your dollies dyed and .leaned. SKU'INO MACHINES And general eiaiiiiiK', loek-littliig', etc. C. A. Way, .Main street. . CEO. AlcLEAN, corner Olney and As ;er streets, clues a general business in I'lacksn'.itlilne; and repairing. W1IK.V I.V PORTLAND Cull on ilatulley & Haas, 150 First street, and ,ret the 1 mlly Astorlan. Visitors need .mt ini.ss their morning' paper while i here. -ML'S I C LESSON'S. J. W. Thoinp. ton, oigauist ut the M. E. Church, Ives lesduns in music, piano and or- an. th'Kiius tuned ana repaired, au liens r.sj Astor street, Astoria. TO Sl'1'..Si'UliJERS. Those who do nt receive their papers regularly and ui nine should notify this oltiee; ji he papers delivered by carriers are vet or la bad ciiulitioi, don't fall to nuke i-omplaint at the busltiess ottlee. YOI'U FRIENDS IN KUROP13. H you have friends la Eui-ope wnose pns- i:j.re you wish to prepay to Astoria, all at the Northern Puclllo ottlee. Ueamcr Telephone clock, and make enuwii your wants. Reduei'd fare via ill the leading steamship lines. AUK YOU noiXO EAST? Patron- ze the Northern l'aeillc railroad if you arc tlolng East. Low rates of fare, throuch tickets, baggage check ed to destination. All purchasers of second-class tickets can stop over at Portland Rates of fare same as from Portland. BEVKRAOES. FIXE WINES AND LIQUORS-Call at August Danlelson's Sample itoonis. ONLY THE PUREST Wines and liquors are sold at Alex Campbell's Cein. A DELICIOUS PRIKIT. Thf1? no nlaco in Astoria htre John U-opp s famous beer is kept In such ifood con dition as at VtJJlnger's popular resort WINES AND BRANDIEP. Use Zln fandel wine instead of coffee or ten. iflv renin rwr m lion. Don't foritet lnch anil aurlcct brandy. Al Freneh wooe at Osnv and wine at Alex Gilbert's. NOVELTIES IN JEWELRY Beauliful and Appropriate Christmas Presents. Kare and Tasteful Designs in Jewelry. ' H. EKSTROM, Third St. GREAT SACRIFICE SALE. Business Must be HaviiiK concluded to retlio from business I will dlwwe of my entire stock at a .acrlfke SCHOOL IIOOKS AND BTATIOXKKY at actual cost. All other goods will be sold bclnwco.t. No reserve. The entire stock must be closed out before the new year. Fixtures and show cases for sale cheap. This is a bona tide uncrlilce cluslug sKle R. STRAUSS, NEW YORK NOVELTY STORE t J'.H. Country Merchants will find it .to their fdvantiiito to PttH onu wj price our goods before purchasing eUeheie. This closing out sale is utm uy lor tasli only. SOCIETY MEETINGS. PILOT COMMISSIONEItfcv-Thc reg ular meetings of this board will be held on tha llrst Monday of each month tit 10 a. m., at the ollloe of Kobb & Par ker, w. L. ltobb. 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. Ollice on Genevieve street, south of Chenamus. W. L. ROliU, 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. rn., on the second and fourth Mondays of each month. So journing brethren cordially in '.ted. By order C. P. COMMON COUNCIL Regular meet ings first and third Tuesday evenings of each month at 8 o'clock In city ha Persons desiring to havs 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 meating. K. OSBUUN, Auditor and Police Judge. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. A. SMITH DENTIST. Rooms 1 and 2, Fythian Building, over C. II. Cooper's store. W. C. LOGAN, D. D. S., DENTAL PARLORS. Manscll Block, 573 Third street. J. E. LaFORCE, D. D. S. HAS DENTAL PARLOUS. In the Flavel building, opposite Occident. FULTON BROS., ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 3, 4, 6, and C, Odd Fellows' Building, Astoria, Oregon. W. M. LAFORCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office, Rooms 7 and 8, Kinney's build ing. SILAS B. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office In Fia.vel's brick building. FRANK J. TAYLOR, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Astoria," Oregon. J. Q. A. BOWLBY', ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Office on Second Street, Astoria, Or. DR. EL1V JANSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ofllce, Room 7, over Osgood's Cloth ing store, hours, 10 to L! m., 7 to p. in. Sunday, 10 to 11 a. in. DR. O, 13. ESTES, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Special attention to diseases of worn. en and surgery. Ollice over Danzlger's store, Astoria JAY TUTTLE, M. D. PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, ACCOUCHEUR. AND Office, Rooms 3, 4, over Astoria Nn. tlonal Bank. Hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to Kesiuence, wj, ceuar street. DR. STRICKLER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Dealer In DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS' Sl'V. DRIES. 337 Second Street, Astoria. BUSINESS CARDS. P. WICKMAN. CONTRACTOR. House moving and street plnnkintr crews and blocks for rent, t 1 1 ,,,, or address 2037 I'inp street. .V qiBBGNS, ' ADJUSTER OP ACCOUNTS and PROFESSIONAL BOOKKEEPER Office, with General Messenger Co' 515 Sejuemoque street. "' J. II. MANS ELL, ' REAL ESTATE BROKER. Notary Pil!ic. Flro and accident t: " W. W. PARKER. REAL ESTATE AND INSUR ANCE AGENT. Offlce, 115 Benton street. Astoria, Or. Closed Out Sure! THE " v Astoria Rational Bank TRANSACTS A 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 or; time deposits as fol lnws: Kor 3 months, 4 per cent per annum For ti months, 6 per cent per annum For 1 months, 6 per cent per annum A Savings Department. Having been established in connection with the above, deposits will be re ceived In sums of one dollar and up wind. Interest will be allowed as follows: on ordinary savings books. 4 per cent per annum; on term savings books, 6 per cent per annum. D. K. WARREN, President. J. E. HIGGINS, Cashier. J. C. DEMENT, Vlce-Prest. D. K. WARREN, J. C. DEMENT, C. S. WRIGHT, JOHN HOBSON, H. C. THOMPSON, THEO. BRACKER, Directors. THE flSTOfjlA SAVINGS SHHK Acts as trustee for corporatloriSand individuals. Deposits solicited. Interest will be allowed on savings deposits us follows: On ordinary savings books, 4 per cent rr annum. On term savings books, 6 per cent per j tiniium. I On cerllflcates of deposit: tor three months, 4 per cent per an i.um. For six months, 5 per cent per annum For twelve months, 6 per cent per nnntim. .1. Q. A. BOWLBY Vice-President Fit AX K i'ATTON Cacnier DIRECTORS: J. Q. A. Bowlby, Gust. Holmes, Benj. Young, A. S. Reed. HUGHES & GO. Wholesale and Ketcill LIQUOR - DEALERS. Importers of all brands of foreign and domestic, wines, liquors nr.d cigars. J. II. Cutter whiskies a specialty. Vf.l Hlalz bottled beer. Finest brands of Key West and Imported cigars. Lienors for medicinal purposes, Family trade solicited. All order from the country and city promptly filled. Siiiemo-iue Street, Astoria, Oregon. CjlflS. flEIItBOfy. & SOJ. Importer or.J Dealer In FURNITURE Carpets and Upholstery. 501, 593 and SOS Third Street, ASTORIA, OR. EleetPie Lights. Incandescent, all nfcht.. .. (1.50 12 o'clock,.. U'Q " 10 " ... T5 For particulars inquire of any member of the firm or nt the office, foot of Con eomly 8t. Wkst Shore Mills Co., T. O. TrnlJinger, president. FISHER BROS., Sfyip Chandlers HEAVY AND SHlit.f-' HARDWARE. Wo go r Veliielies in Stoclc l".irm M.ichlncr-, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Lnjrjjcrs' Suprlios. l aiibank's Scales, Doors anj WlnJows. Provisions, Kloeir, nml Mill Fcert Astoria, Oregon. HUNTER & MERGERS, I"roprietor of tle Portland Boiciierin j Co.'s Markets Corner Second mid Bentrn tr-et. Coiner Third nd West LIkUiIi streets. SEASIDE SAWftilJiL, -V ciinpiete stock of lumber on hand i'l the rough or diessed. Flooring, rua. cllir.s. and all kinds of finish; ni"iitainKS and shinples: also bracket "rk done to order. Terms reasonable and piirwt at N'drock. All oitirs promptly attendee! to. irrJice and yard t mill. II. F. L. LC3AX, I'rop'r. PeaElde, Oregon.