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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY ; 14, 18.94.
ABOUT THE CITY. The ship St. John arrived in yester day from San Diego. She has been char tered by SIbson & Kerr to load wheat, and cornea In ballast. The steamship Columbia sailed for Ran Franelsco yesterday morning. Her freight from tliis iiort consisted mainly of shooks nnd oysters. Tho Sluttz Theatrical company re ; reived additional costumes from the east yesterday for use In one of the plays to be produced in the near. fu ture. It was rumored in town yesterday that John Hobson would hand in the deed for his subscription to the subsidy today, Mr. Curtis' assertion to the con trary notwithstanding. Suit was filed yesterday in the cir cuit court by J. v. Minaker vs. 17. D'Elta et al., for foreclosure of mort gage on lot 12, block 12, Shlvely's, and for costs and disbursements. The subscription of the West Shore Mills Company, ' which was handed In to the subsidy committee yesterday, is a valuable one, with which the mem bers of the committee are well pleased. The weather was so thick yesterday morning1 that the German bark Maria Mercedes did not leave for Portland. She will probably start up this morn ing, and the Cuplca will go down to anchorage. After suffering for over a year with cancer in the breasU Mrs. Annie Thomp son died yesterday morning at the resi dence of R. Dealy. Deceased was 33 years of age, and a native of Sweden. The business lot given by Hon, Pen Young to the BUbfidy la one of the best (n town, being that situated alongside the Congregational church, 75x100 feet. In the event of a railroad stir or any move in real estate, such as was ex perienced here a few years ago, it wauld brlnsr a handsome sum, The British bark Cuplca, Capt. Cas son, cleared yesterday for Queenstown or Falmouth for orders, with 63,000 bushels of wheat, valued at $C3,G0Q. (The value is taken from the manifest, and Is manifestly an error, valley wheat be ing quoted at 85 cents per cental, which would make the Cupica's cargo worth $32,430), Last night an alarm was turned in ' for a fire on Gray's dock, and before the engines reached the scene one of the buildings was burning fiercely, The blaze started in what was formerly the office, and was- undoubtedly of incen diary origin. A few streams of water quickly got the fire under control, and he damage amounted to about $75 or thereabouts; uninsured. The Lauren n Society of the State Uni versity lias conferred a signal mark of (lutim on an Astoria boy, having elected (Worge R Welch to the otilce ot presi dent, in which capacity he will be com pelled to become thoroughly familiar with parllam -ntary usages, and keep in formed upon all subjects that are de bated, in order ti decide upon their merits all questions that are laid be fore him at the society's meetings. Liberty hall was again filled last even ing with a large and critical audience fo witness the presentation of "Camille." It will bo repeated tonight for the last time. Tomorrow night "Un dar the Gaslight'' will be given, intro ducing to Astorians their first train of cars in actual motion on the stage-1-at the rate of fifty miles an hour. It is brim full of comedy, and will be hand (iojnely staged. The valentine party, given under the auspices of the Y. W. C. T. U. last even ing, was deserving of a larger attend ance than graced the hall, regardless of the Inclement weather; where, at Jaiitefully arranged table, emblematic ivares ' were offerejfat exceedingly mod est prices. Most of the valentines were ariiMUcally designed and decorated by the ladles of the order and their friends, and displayed a considerable degree of merit. The Misses Nickerson, Miss Bad dollet, Miss Rice, Miss McKean and Alisa fcjayrc prided oyer. H valentine (allies. The confectionery tables were tn charge of Miss rv.ckard, Miss Tolly McKean gave an appropriate recitation in her usual gifted style. Altogether the entertainment was a success, and retlected much credit upon the fadjes in Charge ' ' ' An ?so lof for l 'M?inv 'fl the lending tailor and pays tha highest cash price for fur skins. For $2, a lot Is delivered every week to the buyer in Hill's .First addition. Lovers of a good cigar can always find mild, fresh lielmonts at Cftas. 01- ttfll'B First addition la located in the centre -of "the city. Lots are now selling trf it for $2. CHINESE RELjlSTRATJON. The Celestials Daily Besieging Deputy Collector Stott. fJo further difficulty is expected in gettin-r the Mongolians to register. Dep uty Collector of Internal Revenue Stott having notified the heathen that they would be given a certain number of davs In which to appear with th.jir pho tographs, and falling to do so, that no further opportunity would be granted. ' Mcnit rf this admonition 23 of them appeared an4 were rf g!crel list I Saturday. Si ou Monday and 27 yester- " - ,lr-Hn1 thnt tVin ;!av. Mr. StOU 1 V ina.n reseon for the doipy In the pit wis the scarcity of money, and that many of the Mongolians had net the n-ce-raiT money with which to pur chase the photographs. As fir Mr. 3.;t can l:a-'- ? a-. a''i ii.a.efcmeVl.i to :; stlns3tes oi the total number made by Chinamen themselves varying from 1.000 to 1,500. Another reason, which was doubtless I n some measure responsible for the tar diness of the celestials was the fact that they did not at first understand fully what registration meant. This was evidenced yeaterday by the actions cf coma of them before tho deputy cc!- i,.irr They seemed to know what fines tlons would be put tr them, and when iw.imr measured each of them promptly divested himself of his shoes and etrMirhtened himself against the wall until his height was obtained. Mr. S'ott e ovcr to Ilv,'nco Monday next. Fresh fish and poultry at Welcome's Market, next 10 romu oc m,, There Is no risk ' taken by Joining Hill 8 lOl tiuua. ii,T.ijwwv4j gvia the full VOJUe OI mr iiiuncjr. Flashlight photos of the maskers; so printing on Bilk and satin, now at- on exhibition ar. v-row a guiieiy. o. rt--dmnn'fi Rnnthinff Pnwrlora qh, cessfully used for children, during the . . i . . . j: r, . teething penou, tor uvt-i niiy years. MEETING THIS EVENING. The members of the subsidy commit tee of twenty-one, and each of their al ternates, are requested to come to a business meeting of the committee to be held in the chamber of commerce parlor at 7:30 p. m. this evening. ALFRED KINNEY, President. Japanese novelties and fancy dry good-), can be had at half price, at the store of Wing Lee, next to Olsen's cigar store. H. Ekstrom lias 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. Ladies' writing desks, rocking cilia. and dining chairs, suitable for Christ mas presents, at G. V. Porter s, Second street. Handsome crayon por'ralis with $25 purchases. PERSONAL. R. B. May, of Portland, is In the city John F. Crowley, of Portland, is In town. Dr. W. D. Baker has returned from Portland., F. S. Rogers, of San Francisco, is visiting In this city. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Roberts, of New York, are guests at the Occident. Mr. and Mrs, A, J. McDanlels, of Portland, are registered, at the Occi dent. Mr. and Mrs.. J. A. Duffy and child were among the gliosis at the Occident yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. D. McArthur, of Port land, were among the arrivals in town yesterday. N'eal Crosby has returned, from school and will in future reside permanently In this city. F. Streiblg, of Streiblg & IIama3on, druggists, of Portland, was in town yes. terday. He left on the, Telephone last evening. All the finest brands, including Bel mont, Flor de Madrid, Lillian Nordlca, and Las Talmas, are sold at V. T, B.tv eiitlg's Columbia Cigar Store. 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 13 cents at any other place, 527 Third street. Anything tn the line of gents' furn ishing goods, in the newest styles, can be had from P. A. Stokes & Co. during the present month, at prices never be fore equalled. VICTIMS OF THE WATERS. Nils Johnson and Gus Melinski Drowned in the River. 'f huiv in every reason to fear that the waters of the Columbia have claimed two more victims, Nils Johnson and Gus Melinski, employees of the North Shore Packing Company, having- been missing , since Wednesday last. From James Thompson, whq 'was acquainted with both the piigsing men, the follow ing circumstances in connection with the disappearance were obtained yes terday: Johnson and Melinski, who Ijvet in the North Shore, cannery, started up the river for Brookfieid in 'boat No. 20, at 10 o'clock Wednesday mornng, for the purps of securing twine at Meg. ler's to begin preparations for the com ing season's work. Shortly afterward Thompson saw the boat a little above Knappton Mill In a heavy squall. She was run up into the w.li.d. and. sail lowered. Thompson then went Into the cannery, and when ho reappeared a few minutes later the boat was not to be seen. Another fisherman, whose pame could not be. learned, stated he saw the sail raised a feecbhd' time, and tjiat the boat shortly afterward' was lost to view; bjt the fact r?ir,a)HS that neither the boat nor Its occupants have since been heard of. Johnson was a single man and a na tive of Larvig, Norway, and MeHnski, who y.-as, ajso (jninarrM, was from Ger many, The former was well known among the Norwegians in San Fran cisco, where it is said he resided for sme time. ' "Snow Flake'" "Flour," cta(med to be superior to all others, yet costing no more than inferior brands.' Rofs, Hg 8in ft Co,, Sle'Agvnta, 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, Hlggins & Co. A SUP.S CTJrE KOit PILES. ' '. , ' , , ' ; , , ttchln piib a. e known by moiKture like perspiration, causing Intense Itchln when warm. This form, as well as Blind, ieeilm or Profrudini?. yield Rt once to IT. HoKPnUo.'a min t.umA.ii, il,h nrtf 'hrectty m llie parts atlwted, absorb 'umora. allayg Uehln? and effects rrmanent cure. 5ijc. Prussist or mall, circulars free. Dr. Botwnxo, S3) Arch Philadelphia. P. isoid by J. w BUCKLEN'-S ARNICA SALVE. Tbe best nalv In the world for cuts rso, pieers, scir r:.eurn i--ter.-r. oi.awxHl l.anus. cCllhldl conn!, snii'hll c&a crisptlor.s. ar.3 parm si Ye - ------ plica, or h iav r-equir-. ' t Kiianht.. a i ' . . 1 It ifac- in or mony rfunded. Price 25 cnt er DOX. Pnr idIa h. l-,m Trtrar mi' 'r to i. C. Dement RRIG1IT PROSPECTS.' Grand Work Accomplished by the Sub sidy Committee Yesterday Nearly Every Owner of Property Responding to tho Call. The work of the sub-commltto: cf the subsidy committee yesterday excelled even the fondest anticipations of the most sanguine. Of the number, called upon for donations of 20 per. cent ot their real estate holdings, there was but one refusal, and in that case tho gen tleman said he would take the matter under consideration There is a genertd feeling now that something must be done, if Astoria is ever to amount to anything, and tn or der to save property owners and busi ness men alike from tho inevitable con sequences of a continuance of the dull business of the past few months. It Is also realized by the people gcn erally that the more outside capital is interested in the city proper the better It will be for every one, and many of those who have given one out of four or five business lots which they owned did so because they knew that when the lot given to the subsidy is made doubly valuable, the property they have left must also be increased in value in like ratio. "Four lots worth $2,000 each," said one gentleman yesterday, "are worth more than five that would bring, if sold now, only $300 or $400 each." Yesterday the West Shore Mills Com pany handed in a deed to a full one fifth of all the real estate they own in the city, and tho subscriptions from the Badollet. estate and John Hobson are expected today. The property given by the West Shore Mills Company con sists of an entire block near the mill site, and several single lots in the same vicinity. The names of those who have con tributed full 20 per cent of their hold ings are as follows. Some of them have already been published, but It is tho in tention to add to the list from day to day, as the deeds are received, and let the public know exactly how each prop erty owner stands on the proposition to push Astoria Into her proper place, or allow the present golden opportunity to slip past forever: MAYOR ALFRED KINNEY. C, II. PAOK. I. W. CASE. PENINSULAR LAND AND TRUST COMPANY, W. E, DEMENT. J. C. DEMENT, BEN.T, YOUNG. U. and H. VAN DUSEN. VAN DUSEN INVESTMENT COM PA NY. G. WINGATE. C. R. THOMSON, DR. J. A. FULTON;. GEORGE HILL. MRS. NANCY WELCH, D. H. WELCH, V, EOET.IJNij. H. A. SHOREY. MR. and MRS. G. W. WOOD: WILLIAM B ADAin. A. McFARLAND. W. S. KINX&Y, LYMAN KINNEY. S. D.ADAIR. W. G. HOWELL, JOHNAPAHi S. U. CROW JOHN HAHN. WEST SHORE MILLS COMPANY ISAAC BERGMAN J. H. MANSELL, FRANK SPITTLE. MR, and MRS. WILLIAM EDGAR. S. T. McKEAN. D. McTAVISH, CHARLES pLSEN- FRANK S. DAM ANT. It would, not be fair at thl time to say that nuy will not give. It Is true some few happily a very few are still holding off, while a few others are out of town, but many names not snftntloned In the abovp Ut wH in al probability be seen on (he elite of progress In to morrow's issue. When, tho oqm.mHtue concludes tts la bors a list of all non-subscribers will be given, as well as the names of those who have in part shirked their duty as good citizens. Don't go to Portland to buy your tickets for t'tt "Old Country" and the East wneh 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. All the patent medicines advertised in this nausr. together with the choic est perfumery, and toilet articles, etc., can be bought at the' lowest prices al J. W.' Cprin's drug store, opposite Oc cident iiutei, AHOi'Mt UNCLAIMED LETTERS. List of Letters Unclaimed at the As toria Postoffice. in applying for the letters referred to herein, state when aaverusea. Akerstrom, I. F., Neole, Mac, Ostrand, Robert, Rotfgnrs, J., Roubek. C.,' S'-huyler, Esther, Shlpp,' Mrs. Lizzie, Shields, Jihp, fc-mit'h, W,, Hteel, Mrs. Wm., Vnrrella. N.. Bargi, H. Oskar, Beerman, F., Eisele, MiC? Kskola, John. ' Farringtori, James, Hamilton, Robert, Hill. John, JohnsonOscar, Laren, Wm, B Warita, Ieander, rr..'..i.' Tlormnnl White. Miss H. L. Marker, O., Wilson, auss Kitty L.tlOKKUIl1, " - - - ' .... Morris, Miss Grace. a-I so,i, Cull, " IVteraon, Sami, arisen. Peter. P.;denon, Svn r'k-'en, Mrs. Hilma J feakriuon, Sakart, ee, HJalmar, Seaburgli. F, A., JAMES W- HARE, P. M. STREET BONDS FOR SALE. Notice is hereby glvn tnut seaiea propoa ilH Will n receivri wjr mo auuh- or aim torla. police juusc vi. Clauwp county, Oregon, until March 1st, at. 2 o ciocK p. m., lor the sale . of Astoria street oonus, in me $-000 00, at 6 per cent, interest, Years. For full r-aitlc.ilc.rj ad- sum i of for Ten dross K. O.-ura. Auuiior auu j-ouce JuJfW, , ASlona, uiw... rielit tu reject any and all bids Is The hereby rpcrveu, - ord lr cf the common iimcii. I - r, LMTT V Attest ,,.ntni- and Police Judee. Astoria, Oregon, Feb. 10, 189.. the cllv another water . . . . Yin nivmnKM tO RhUL itf the column ui" i - water from all water consumers that (11th) are delinquent u,. v.-. : a ...K mnnth n I til 1 llt ill the fu uay oi "rt t rules ture ho propoaea uj ecu of the commission cove-ruins the mont of water rates arc strlctl; pay- en forced. LIMIT ON ROUND-TRIP TICKETS. oi-ixr Vehmarv 1st, the return Dortlnn ot all local round-trip tickets r a ,Y,a ITnlnn Pfltinc SVStCm Will !? ,i,itn,i tn thirtv divs from date of sale. G. W. LOUNKBERRY, Agent FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been used tor cnuuren iccluiuk. h . v,a hilri mifteriH the Emms. allays all pain, cures wind cnollc, and Is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Sold by all drug gists ttirougnom me C. R. F. P. U. NOTICE. Mass meeting of gill net fishermen will bo held at Union Reading Room on Saturday, February 17th. 1891, at 8 o'clock p. m. All gill-net fishermen in terested in the protection of tho salmon industry are reuuesieu iu .... meeting. gQFug JENSEN Secretary, NOTICE. After this date the undersigned will noti sell coke or coal Dy retail io " one within the limits of the city of Astoria, their retail business having this day been sola to n. . rntei ASTORIA GAS LIGHT CO. Astoria, February 1, 1894. FRUIT GROWERS' ASSOCIATION. The Oregon, Washington and Idaho Fruit Growers- Association win nuiu meeting nt Spokane during the week .,,.ir,o. Vohrnnrv 12th. All nersens wishing to attend this meeting will be given rate or one tare ior me ruunu trip. Tickets on sale February 12th and 13th u. W. iuuiNstsc.i. Agent OF INTEREST TO ATHLETES. James Robinson, the athletic trainer at Princeton College, Princeton, N. J., savs: "I have found it imperative to have sure and simple remedies on hand in caee of cuts, bruises, Btrnins, sprains, .olds, rheumatism, etc. Shortly after entering upon my profession I discover ed such a remedy in Allcock's Porous Plasters. I tried other plasters, but found them too harsh and irritating Allcock's Porous Plasters give almost instantaneous relief, and their strengh- enln power is remarkable. In rases of weak back put two plasters on the small of the back and in a short time you will be capable of quite severe exer. cie. In "sprint" and "distance" races and jumping, the muscles or tendons In the legs and feet sometimes we.iken This can Invariably be relieved by cut ting the plaster in narrow strips, so as o give free motion, and applying -cn muscles infected." EXTENDED SYMPATHY. "Do unto othors as you would have others do unto you," Is sympathetically shown In the following lines, the pre sumption being that sympathy is born, or akin to pain or sorrow: "Gentlemen: Please sond Krause'e Headache Capsules as follows : Two boxes to F'"ra Heay, Havnnna, N. Dak. Two boxes to Llllie Wilcox, Brookland, N. Dak. I have always been O great sufferer from, headache and your Cap sules are the only thing that relieves me." Ym'8 very truly, FLORA SEAY, Havana, N. Dak.- For sale by Clias. Rogers, Astoria. Or., Sole Agent. ROARD AND LODGING. FIRST CLASS BOARD With or without rooms, at reasonable rates. Ap ply at E. C. Holden's, corner Main and Jefferson. WANTED. WANTED Girl to do light house keeping. Apply in person or address 185 Eighth street. WANTEP-e-Agents to represent lead ins typewriter. Exclusive territory. Ad dress Pacific Typewriter Exchange, Portland, Ore. AGENTS Makes $5.00 a day. Great est kitchen utensil ever invented. Re tails 35cts. 2 to 6 sold tn every house, damp e, postage paid, five cents. For shee & McMakln, Cincinnatti, Q, WATrep..j4uo on g00(1 security. Address H. J thls.olilce. FOR SALE. CHANCE FOR ALL Man of small mennp. can buy estate tn Hilt's first LOTS FOR $3.-Call at the Astoria ileal Kstute Exchange and get a lot tn Hill's First Addition for $2. " JAPANESE CURIOSITIF.S Win Lee has Just received a 'full line ol Japanese curiosilles and fancy goods. Will sell at cost. 629 Third street. MISCELLANEA. - HOTEL. Remember McGuIre's Ho tel at Seaside Is open the year around. CAH, OJJ P. BAKER, 478 Third St, ana have your clothes dyed ano cleaned. SEWING MACHINES And general f'r"?8, loclt-""ing, etc. C. A. May, GEO. McLEAN. rarnnp ninnu anil A- lor streets, does a general business In bUtksnilthlng and repairing. it.--1. l" PORTLAND Call on Handley & Haas', 150 First street, and get tho Dally Astorian. . Visitors need not ruing their rnorolnj paper while vJ. iFR FRIENDS IN EUROPE. If you cave friends in Europe whose pas oou8 01iuwb!n to Prepay to Astoria, !). Northern Pacific oflloe, n Tk. ?our wa"f9- iucea fare via tho lading tleamt-hip linos. .A- TOU OOINO EAST? Patron ise tun Northern I'aciiic railroad if fr, thro-jh crcc!r, Za dr'stinal'"n. All purchassi of p?" r-e- of fare same as from Mr. .Smith, miperlntendent of . ' ...Ira irlVPfl llOtlCO in WANTED. WE WISH to employ a few good men to make $50 to JKHi n wnk o..ni.... Homo Electric Motor. Runs sewing ma- v iMiuunB preaacs, pumps, etc Everybody buys them. Steady employ ment Easv sitnati a ''v. CEVEUAQES. FINE WINES AND LIQUORS-Call at August Danlelson's Sample Rooms. ONLY THE PUREST Wines and Iquors are sold at Alex Campbell's A, DELICIOUS DRINK. There Is no place in Astoria where John Kopp's dltlon as at Utzlnger'8 popular resort. WINES AND BRANDIES.-UseZln. fandel wine Instead of coffee or tea, f ifty cents per gallon. Don't foruet peach and apriect brandy. Also French Cognac and wine at Alex Gilbert's. ojaETjircETmGa PILOT COMMISSIONEIib-Thc reit ular meetings of this board will be held ou the first Monday of each month at 10 a, m at the oflice 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. Olllce on Genevieve street, south of Chcnamus W. L. ROBB, Secretary! OCEAN ENCAMPMENT No. 13, 1 0 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 Jcurnlng brethren cordially inited. By order q p COMMON COUNCIL Regular meet Ings first and third Tuesday evenings cf each month at 8 o'clock in city hall Persons desiring to have matters acted upon by tho 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 mestlng. K. OSBURN, Auditor and Police Judge. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. A. SMITH I DENTIST. Rooms 1 and 2, Pythian Building, over C. H. Cooper's store. W. C. LOGAN, D. D. S., DENTAL PARLORS. Mansell Block, 073 Third street. J. E. LuFORCE, D. D. S. HAS DENTAL PARLORS. in the Flavel building, opposite Occident FULTON BROS., ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 3, 4, D, and 0, Odd Fellows' Building, Astoria, Oregon, VV. U. LAFORCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office, Rooms 7 and 8, Kinney's build ing. dILAS B. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office In Flavel's brick building. FRANK J. TAYLOR, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Astoria, Oregon. J. Q. A. BOWLBY. ATTORNEY AND COUNSULUU AT LAW. Office on Seconu Ctreet, Astoria, Or. DR. O. a ESTES, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Special attention to diseases of wom en and surgery. . Oflice over Danzlger's store, Astoria. JAY TUTTLE, M. D. PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, AND ACCOUCHEUR. Office, Rooms 3, 4, over Astoria Na tional Bank. Hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to o. Residence, 639, Cedar street. DR. STRICKLER, PHYSICIAN ANli SURGEON. Dealer In DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS' SUN DRIES. 357 Second Street, Astoria. BUSINESS CARDS. F. WICKMAN, CONTRACTOR. " House moving and street planking. Screws and blocks for rent. Call od or addrosa 203,7 Pine street. A. GIBBONS, ADJUSTER OF ACCOUNTS and PROFESSIONAL BOOKKEEPEh Office, with General Messenger Co., il5 Squemoque street. J. H. MAM-ELL, REAL ESTaTE BROKER. Notary Public. Fire and accident In surance, W. W, PARKER, REAL ESTATE AND INSUR ANCE AGENT. Office, 112 Benton street, Astoria, Ot I. R. & N. CQ.'s Se?Ts Hwaco. a ... jn n f 7-"n for II- ... . . T.jn antt nnn waco, caning ai iamy ,i.v, nectlng with railroad running nortti ai 10 a. in., and with boats on Khoalwatei bay for SOUTH BEND, SUNSHINE. NORTH COVE, and other polnlf through to r,r.AY'S HARBOR. Return- . . - . t , n ,t,K atunmerp fi AiwiU. aad NlUllT ii'JAXi JOH PORTLAND. JOHN IU COULTER. Secretary. U. n.. uw.nio, R. V. EGBERT, Superintendent. I. W. CASK, Insurance Aent, RCPRr.SlNTINH Tlw KollowInK ConiP"' Germn-Americn. New York : Uiy. Union Hre nd Marine, ot Nw Und. National Mr. and Marine fiS- .j Connecticut lire In Co.. of ?nJ Horn Mutual Ins. Co.. San K.inuco. New York PlaW Ulss n. Lo. Phanlx.otUndon. In.pen.-il. of London. A. G. SPEXARTH, DtALR IN Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Plated Ware. Fine Repairing a Specialty. Agent for Winchester Repeating Fire Arms Company, mashborn's Guitars and mandolins. ; Largest stock of Fishing Tackle and Bamboo Poles. The Trade Supplied. BARGAINS 1N-- Wheeler & Wilson Sealing piaehincs. , Kopp's Beer Hall. Choice Wines, Liquor nd Clears. KENTUCKY WHISK KY Only handed over tha bar, Th Urgst glass of N. P. Bear. Half-and-half, sc. Free Lunch. , Erickson & Wirkkala, Proprietors, Cor. Concomly and Lafayette Sis. FREEMAN & BREMNER, Blacksmiths. Special attention paid to steamboat re pairing, first-class horseshoeing, etc. liOGGlflG CHIYIP dORK A SPECIflliTY. 197 Olney street, between Third and , and iurUi, Astoria, Or.- THE Astoria Rational Bank TRANSACTS A . General Banking Business Accounts of Firms and Individual solicited on favorable terms. - Foreign and Domestic Exchange bought and sold. . Money loaned on personal security. , Interest paid on time deposits as fol lows: v For 3 months, 4 per cent per annum For 6 months, 5 per uent per annum -For 12 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 ward. -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. HIGOINS, Cashier. J. C. IXEMENT, Vice-Preat. ' U. K. WARREN, J. C. DEMENT, C. S. WRIGHT, JOHN HOHSON. H. C THOMPSON, ' THEO. BRACKER, Directors. THE JlSTOHlil SAVINGS BKHK: Acts as trustee for corporations and ' individuals. Deposits solicited. -, Interest will be allowed on. savings ' deposits us follows: ' On ordinary savings books, 4 per cent ftr annum. On term savings books, 6 per eent per annum. On certificates of deposit: jf or tnree months, 4 per cent per an j.um. , For six months, 6 per cent per annum For twelve months, 6 per cent per ' annum. J. Q. A. BOWTJ3Y Vice-President - FRANK t'ATTON Gasnler DIRECTORS: J. Q. A. Bowlby, Gust. Holmes, BenJ. lounir, a. a. jteeti. HUGHES & GO. Wliolenale end Retail - LIQUOR - DEALERS. Importers of all brands of foreign and domestic; wines, llquirs ar.d cigars. ' J. II. Cutter whiskies a specialty. Val Blats bottled beer. Finest brands of Key West and Imported cigars. Liquors for medicinal purposes. Fumlly trade solicited. All writers from tho country and city promptly filled. Squemoque Street, Astoria, Oregon. CliAS. tiEIIiBOljfl & S0L importer and Dcalei la FURNITURE Carpets and Upholstery. 591, S93 and t9S Third Street, ASTORIA, OK. FISHER BROS., Sfyip Chandlers HEAVY AND SI1LLF HARDWARE. Wagonsfit Vehiches In Btock Farm Maclilnary, Painta, Oils, VamWhej, tocra' Surplles, Falrbank'S Scales, Doora and Wlnjuws. provlniona, Kloitr, and Mill PeeJ Astoria, Oregon, HUNTER & MERGERS, Proprietor of tho Portland Butchering Co.'s LlarE's Corner Secon-3 and Rontnn stm-t. Corner Third and Wes b KlKhtb struts SEASIDE SflVTILI:. A complte stork of lurn!f r, j,- n the rough or (lrewiiod. Kloorltifr. ru c, ceiling, and all klnUis of jipi-h-nouldlngs and shitit'l-H; uIho brui.i..:i r.rk 3"t- t -. 'i"r:r.z r:;,.,. f " md prices at bedrock. Alic'i"''"- promptly attflnflfKl to. OfTi nn l i at mill. H. v. L. LOGAN, i'roj " PesMde, Orpn.